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 JS^iltWr- 90.8  vl��oria, B.C. V8V ,X4  The Sunshine  Published on the Sunshine Coast       25' per copy on news stands May 21,1990        Volume 44        Issue 21  Students visiting from Kapuskasing in Northern Ontario hive beten given a whirlwind tour of the  Sunshine Coast while here on an exchange visit. ���Kent si��rid��n photo  Exchange students see Coast  by Row Nicholson  TwCTty-five students from  Kapuskasing in northern Ontario have been touring the Sunshine Coast and the Lower  Mainland as guests of Elphinstone High School.  The visit is part of the federal  Open Canada program that saw  25 students from Elphi travel td  Kapuskasing in April.  In an interview with the  Coast News, Elphinstone  teacher Peter MacDonald said  that the Kapuskasing students  were met at the airport by the  local students and taken on a  tour of Vancouver which included Granville Island,  Canada Place, the Capilano  Fish Hatchery and the Suspension Bridge.  On the ferry trip to eUtngdale  the' crew gave them a tour of  ship, and ever since their arrival  on the Coast they have txen  kept busy seeing the local sights.  They have toured the pulp  mill, hiked the trail to the  Skookumchuk, taken a trip on  the Alibi Wahoo, tieen entertained at a banquet put on by  parents, climbed to the top of  Soames Hill and enjoyed a  salmon barbecue on the ebejach  at Roberts Creek.  "It's been a great experimce  for.aU thesfJ-ttds.-M'sai*) Mac-'  Donald. "It's good for them to  see other parts of the country,���'  We were lucky. The Open Can-  da program has been cut. We  were one of the last to get in."  Gospel Rock  rezoning passes  by Ellen Frith  Gibsons Council gave rezoning By-law 555-28 (Gospel  Rock) third and final reading  May 1] with Alderman Lilian  Kunstler recorded as opposing  the motion.  The by-law, which involves  approximately 70 acres of land  slated for a 150-house subdivision above Gower Point Road  in the vicinity of Gospel Rock,  has been before council for  several months end was the subject of teheree public hearings.  A group of residents calling  tebemselvers Friends of Gospel  ' Rock, who .ve opposed to any  rezoning in the area before  more complete impact studies  are ecarried out, are now proceeding with legal action to  quash the by-law under a provision of the Municipal Act, the  . group's spokesman Catherine  , McManus told the Coast News.  According  to  the group's  lawyer, Robert Bauman, there  appears to be 'a number of  significant irregularities in the  processing   of  this  by-law',  | which questions its legality. The  Clown's lawyer, Chris Murdy,  however, had advised council to  proceed with giving the by-law  / third and final reading.  "We were instruct^ to com-  ' mence proceedings if the by-law  Was adopted," McManus said,  adding that a motion to quash  may well delay any further  moves on the property by  developer Hayden Killam.  According to Bauman, the irregularities include the conduct  of the public hearings; the  preparation of summaries for  absent aldermen; the conflict of  interest of Alderman Ken Collins; and other irregularities.  Alderman Collins was not  present at the May 13 meeting.  A full petition, 'McManus  versus the Town of Gibsons', is  expected to go before the  Supreme Court of BC vtwy  soon, possibly this week,  McManus told the Coait News.  In moving to .adopt the bylaw, Alderman Jerry Dixon indicated he felt the final offer of  18.5 acres of parkland from  Killam was a generous pro-  "This one (By-law 555-28)  has ebeen before us for some  time," he said. "Everyone at  this table would like to do  what's best for everyone."  He said his concerns in regard  to access and drainage of the  property could be dealt with at  the proposed development's  subdivision stage.  Alderman John Reynolds  spoke at some length from a  prepared stat<anent in favour of  adopting the by-law.  "It is now appropriate for us  to make our decision finally and  perhaps irrevocably on whether  we approve of thi; zoning requested on the land as outlined,  taking into consideration the irrevocable covensints received,"  he said.  According to Reynolds,  council was not the body to  decide on technical details such  as "services, access and  legalities, etc. We have staff and  consultants we pay to address  those needs.  "We must just decide if we  want, or are willing to have  growth in our town and the type '  and location of that growth.  "Growth by definition includes imparts and I think that  is really the'nature of the concerns that have bwn raised."  Reynolds said, "Many people  are not willing to have any real  or perceived impart on their  lives, presumably, untess they  Please turn to page 7  Pender Harbour plans medical  water  opens new  intake site  clinic expansion  by Rose Nicholson  Plans are underway for a new  extension to alleviate the overcrowded conditions at the  medical clinic in Pender Harbour.  At the May 17 meeting of the  Planning Committ<ee of the  Sunshine Coast Regional  District (SCRD), Billy Griffith,  spokesman for the board of the  clinic, asked that the regional  district provide interim financing for the project.  Griffith told the committee  that Harbour residents hope to  be able to raise the nrcessary  $251,000 locally. So far $15,000  in donations from private individuals has ebeen received esnd  a corporate fund drive is ex-  epected to bring that amount to  $100,000. Application has bwn  made for a lottery grant of  $83,000, leaving $70,000 to be  rased by taxation.  "That would mean aii increase in taxes of about $15 a  year on a $100,000 home," said  Griffith.  The present clinic provides  accommodation for one doctor,  one dentist, nurses, one day a  week services of public health  and mental health personnel,  and several other related  groups.  "But the congestion is  severe," said Griffith, "and the  staff is rather unhappy about it.  They're providing really good  service. We have just as good  service as you have down here."  Director Jim Gurney expressed some concerns about the  proposed plan to raise money  by taxation.  "I appreciate what the community is trying to do and I  think you are to be commended  for it," he said. "But I believe  there has to be a point reached,  and I'm not sure if it's now or  later, where the facility should  be able to pay its own way."  "That's a good concern,"  replied Griffith. "Our board is  concerned about that too. But  we have a problem. We are still  a somewhat isolated area, and  we have trouble attracting and  keeping good personnel. In the  past we have had to subsidize  the service, and we still do. Our  doctor is quite concerned that  he's not making enough to continue. We have increased our  fee schedules, and when the addition is complete we will in  crease the rent."  "What would happen if the  referendum did not go  "through?" askesd Gurney.  "If the referendum doesn't  pass," replied Gurney, "the  project will not be going  ahtud."  A motion was passed to refer  the request for interim financing  to the Finance Committee of the  eSCRD.  Unused fish farm  leases to be cancelled  The Sunshine Coast Regional  District (SCRD) Planning Com-  mitttt has bren asked to support a move by the Powell River  Regional District that would  "Cancel the tenure of any fish  farm operating in a 'No Aquaculture Oppor. jnity' zone in the  event the existing operator becomes insolvent."  "This case applies to Powell  RivCT, but we have a similar  situation in Sechelt Inlet,"  pointed   out   Planner   Judy  Skogstad.  "These leases didn't cost very  much," commented Director  Jim Gurney. "If they're not being used, they should be canceled. This is Crown eland - public  property. It should not be held  as a private asset."  The Committee agreed to  support the Powell River case,  and to bring forward a recommendation to the Regional  District that unused leases on  any Crown Land be cancelled.  Sad loss  Sunshine Coast residents will lie saddened to lean of the  death this past weekend of Rai Purdy, till recently President  of the Gibsons Landing Theatre Project.  Mr. Purdy suffered a massive lieart attack oa Wednesday  and (Bed in Sbaughiwssy Hospital on Saturday afternoon. He  was 79.  There will lie a memorial service la the Unitarian Church at  49th and Oak on Tuesday, May 22 at 11 am.  Salaries go up  At the May IS meeting GHnom Council caaded a Council  Indemnity By-law la which an Annual Indemnity of $7000  would be paid to the mayor and $4500 would be paid to each  alderman.  Mayor Diane .Strom said the by-law wU be effective from  the first day of December 1909 and the Indemnity would lie  paid in quarterly installments.  Alderman Johb Reynolds said what the by-law would really do Is give council members an aim '$500 a year'.  by Rose Nicholson  The new Chapman Creek  Water Intake was officially  opened at a ribbon cutting  ceremony at the site last week.  The new facility, which triples  the capabilities of the Sunshine  Coast Regional District (SCRD)  water system, cost approximately $1 million and was completely paid for out of revenue.  "We didn't borrow My  money for it," said SCRD  Public Utilities Committee  Chairman Jim Gurney. "We  don't owe anything on it, and  we never have."  The pay-as-you-go policy was  adopted in 1983 with the endorsement of property owners  who opted for a $50 a year increase in water rates rather than  pay financing charges on bor-  rowesd money that would have  more thejn doubl<td the exists of  upgrading the system.  Gurney spoke of a desperate  situation that occurred in 1983  when a freshet look out much  of the existing facilities and for  a few days endangered the water  supply to Sechelt and essentia  services like the hospital and fire  fighting.  "We realized then that we  receded to upgrade the system."  The new intake, at 575 feet  above sea level, is almost twice  as high as the previous one. This  will reduce pumping costs as  much of the area will now be  supplied by gravity feed.  "It will also lessen the  likelihood of pollution," exploited Agris Berzins, president  of Dayton and Knight, engineers for the projert. ''The  higher you go, the fewer people  will be able to get in*  ihe site.''  The new intake, which includes a sedimentation chamber  with a capacity of 1550 cubic  feet and a supply main of 2870  feet of steel pipe, is part of a  10-year waterworks phui that  was started in 1983.  At that time, "some of the installation had been in place  since 1930," said Berzins. "I'm  surprized that they hadn't been  declares! a heritage site.  "There's still a few things  that have to be done," he ex-  plained. "The existing reservoir  is too small. A bigger one will  be needed to take care of  suspended matter in the creeks.  "In a few years, storage in  the lakes above the intake will  have to be added. Fisheries  resources are becoming more  important every year and water  will have to be released in the  summer months to compensate  for what has been used and to  keep the supply replenished for  the fisheries in the lower levels.  "But this system you have  now should take care of your  needs for many, many years."  f'"':*4i$&  v  ,w  fit     *^H  re  vf  H3  .  Pf  wk  ^- - ��� v.,-..���-.-,.s* r*j*\3^*-!  **". v ������'-���*' .:'=���' &-:2temPtsv-i  ^  Members of the public joined local dignitaries last week at the  opening of the Chapman Creek Water Intake. Above front (left  to right): Jim Gurney, Peggy Connor, former chairman of the  regional board Frank West, Jeremy Frith and Brett McGillivray.  Below: the new Chapman Creek Water Intake triples the  capabilities of the regional water system.      ��� Rom MctmiHa pMot  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945 Coast News, May 21,1990  Commendable  A wide variety of activities which creates a high stan-  dard of living depends on a commitment to .esthetic values  by the inhabitants of this country. Without public and cw-  porsue support most of the cultural .activities, which  elevate us beyond daily survival, would disappear.  It is therefore important to acknowledge the contritm-  tions of corporate citizens who make our community a  better place to live.  Weldwood of Canada has contributed $29,000 worth of  building mate-rials to the construction of a facility wliich  will house an iiKreasing number of cultural events. While  the pavilion at Rockwood Centre has been conceived and  constructed by the Festival of the Written Arts, it will be  available for use by musicians, dancers and a wide varkty  of activities.  This is the kind of 'advertising' which works to  everyone's best interest. Rather than publishing tons of  glossy brochures telling the world they're good corporate  citizens, Weldwood has put that money to work being a  good corporate citizen.  When alcohol and tobacco companies were restricted in  advemising to the sponsorship of athletic .tend cultural  events, their sales did not decrease.  Corporations would find their images vastly improved  and opposition diminished if they stopped spending  millions of dollars on slick advertising campaigns designed  on a propaganda format and began pouring that money  into projects which addressed the concerns raised by their  opponents and/or improved the quality of life in the communities where their operations are located.  Weldwood is to be commended for its foresight in investing money where it really counts.  Lamentable  Brothers Park is vandalized again and Gibsons Council laments the cost to the taxpayers. And so they  should.  Last week there was a polite little notice that council  was seeking to re-establish higher development cost  charges after they were lowered in the 'mid-eighties'. It  should be noted that, with Ken Collins the sole exception, this was the council that lowered the charges. How  many thousands of dollars has this cost the Gibsons taxpayers? This too is lamentable.  S YEARS AQO  The Village of Sechelt has begun public discussions  on restructuring its boundaries to include West Sechelt,  Porpoise Bay, Selma Park, Davis Bay and Wilson Creek.  The study, completed by Tom Moore, indicates that taxpayers in all areas will pay less under a restructured  Sechelt Municipal District. The Town of Qlbsons has  written to the Minister of Transport nominating a wharfinger for the government wharf and asking (bat he be  appointed enforcement officer as well.  10 YEARS AQO  Seventy-seven real and pseudo grandmothers set out  on the Gran-a-thon walk from Sunnycrest Mall on Sunday, May 25 with their destination the Kiwanis Village  off North Road. The walk was to raise funds for the  Kiwanis Intermediate Care Centre.  Over the objections of its chairman, Director Charles  Lee, the Finance Committee of the SCRD has voted to  recommend to the regional board that Davis Bay School  be given priority for Joint Use funding in 1981.  20 YEARS AQO  In a letter to the Gibsons Council, the Sunshine Coast  Environmental Protection Society urges that the  regional board undertake to obtain letters patent covering sewage disposal. The letter also urges that a  sewage disposal study covering tne whole Coast be carried out and a 10 year plan formulated.  This weekend, in the Gibsons Elementary School  Hall, the Driftwood Players will present the last production of their award-winning performance of Harold  Pinter's The Lovers.  30 YEARS AQO  A 25 foot BC cedar log leaves the Coast to begin a  career in art that will take it to Ontario and eventually to  the University of Michigan. Ellen Neel, prominant  Kwakiutl artist, will go to the Stratford Shakespearean  Festival to begin a carving session that will result in a  22 foot totem pole for export.  40 YEARS AQO  Municipal clerk Robert Burns opened the new Shell  Gas Station in Gibsons, operated by popular Jules  Schutz. John Theed, speaking as president of the board  of trade, pointed to the structure as being a forward  step in the building of the peninsula and a tribute to the  Shell Oil Company for initiative and belief In the coming  years.  The Sunshine  9MI f IIff  p.bii.h.d by GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Editor:  Penny Fuller Olllce Mgr: Anne Thompwn  Kmt Sheridan De* Grant  JtffeCar|>fmtcr  Prodtacflo. Mgn Jan. Stuart Adv.rtl.lM Mr: Fran Burtnldt  Sherrl Payne j���hn Gubw,  Bonnie McHeeffuy  Brian McAndrew  BUI Rogers  The SUNSHINE COAST NEWS Is a locally owned newspaper,  published on the Sunshine Coast, BC every Monday by Qlasslord  Press Ltd., Box 460, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0. Qlbsons Tel. eS86-2622 or  ���SW-7817; Sechelt Tel. e385-3930; Pender Harbour Tel. e383-9099- Gibsons Fax Tel. e386-7725. Second Class Mail Registration No. 4702.  The Sunshine COAST NEWS Is protected by copyright and reproduction of any part of It by any means is prohibited unless permission In  writing is first secured from Qlasslord Press Ltd., holders of the  copyright. SUBSCRIPTION RATES  l: t year ISC �� momha 130; Foreign; 1 year 140  Down from the mountain  Cost effective logging?  by Sam Moses  Having lived right in the  forested area of Elphinstone  that is littered with artifacts  from the days of the shinglebolt  flume, every day seeing the old  cedar stumps with the springboard notches cut into either  side, and using long forgotten  skid roads for trails, it was hard  not to get a sense of what it  must have been like in those  days.  Being a child of the 20th Century, it was hard not to run a  comparison between what it was  like then and the present day.  When 1 embarked on my jour-  ney to go and live on the mountain, I built some newer structures but used the old tools - the  ones that a lot of people of today spray paint black and hang  on their living room wall.   .  Somehow I felt that if I used  anything in the way of tools or  building materials that were of  the modern day, 1 was cheating.  After three years of using a  Swede saw or a six foot cross  saw with a pullback (a large  rubber band that takes the place  of a person on the other end of  the saw) for larger work, a  friend of mine gave me my first  chainsaw, an old 650 Pioneer.  it was a noisy old beast and it  took me a while to get used to it  and to convince myself that I  wasn't cheating. I had done it  the old way long enough to prove to myself 1 was capable of  doing it as they once had. The  In a nutshell  old Pioneer was quite temper-  mental at times so I still kept my  old saws close at hand, and to  this day whenever I'm working  with natural wood (that's the  round stuff) and have to make  some special cut, I reach for the  Swede saw.  1 eventually got a new  smaller, lighter chainsaw and  like most newer saws of today it  ran at a considerably higher  RPM (speed). While not as  powerful as the old 650 Pioneer,  it was quite an improvement.  More recently 1 got a new  Husky 50 for cutting the  winter's wood, and with more  power along with the higher  RPM, it blows me away to  think back a few years to when 1  was still doing it by hand saw.  ' When I think of the size of  the chainsaws they use in  today's logging, it's no wonder  the taking is so easy as compared to the days of old when  they had to be a little more  choosy because of the amount  of labour involved in the taking  of a single tree.  It is evident to me, however,  that a lot of loggers still take  pride in being able to do it like  they used to, as competitions at  the logging shows during the  PNE and elsewhere demonstrates. I think it's great to keep  the old ways alive so they aren't  lost in this thing called progress.  Something I keep hearing a  lot about these days from the  head of Forestry and big timber  companiw alike, is that the un  sightly clear-cut logging practices of today are 'cost effective'  whereas selective logging practices are not 'cost effective'. In  plain English, what dots this  mean?  It seems that one of the biggest problems facing us in this  new decade is eliminating waste.  While 1 have trouble looking at  trees as waste, when you knock  down 20 or more and leave  them strewn on a hillside to obtain one that's of a usable size  they can hardly be called useful,  now can they?  Perhaps the oiks at the top  who set the standard for today's  logging practices would understand the true value of a single  tree, if our past was altered and  the internal combustion engines  had never come into being,  eliminating the existence of  chainsaws in today's logging,  leaving us to do it by hand onoe  more.  Certainly we wouldn't see  any more of those unsightly  slashes with trees lying about  simply because progress made it  easier to get them out of the  way.  Yes, I think there is a lot to be  learned in the history of Mount  Elphinstone with her old skid  roads, tramways, and the  flumes that once brought down  the shinglebohs...but 1 wonder,  was it 'cost effective'?  From WHAT IS LIFE?  And what Is Life?���An hour-glass on the run,  A mist retreating from the morning sun,  A busy, bustling, still repeated dream;  Its length?���A minute's pause, a moment's thought;  And happiness?���A bubble on the stream,  That In the act of seizing shrinks to nought.  What are vain Hopes?���The puffing gale of morn,  That of Its charms divests the dewy lawn,  And robs each flow'ret of Its gem,���and dies;  A cobweb hiding disappointment's thorn,  Which stings more keenly through the thin disguise.  John Clare  QC^^C^^QC^QePQC^^QeC^QeV^fl^QPQC^Qp  The call of the old sod  by S. Nutter  Michael these days is writing  lead feature articles for the Irish  Times of Dublin, a paper that  preens itself on the quality of its  writing. His cohort when we  knew him, Paddy or 'Baldy'  Conroy, now well into his 70s,  is still, I think, stringing in  Toronto for the London Sunday Times.  We knew them first in the late  60s. It was hippie time in  Toronto and we shared a rangy  apartment at the Yonge Street  end of Yorkville. Yorkville, of  course, was something like the  national centre of Canadian  hippiedom. Every night and  through until dawn the street  was almost totally jammed with  the shaggy folk, the few cars,  containing 'tourists', just barely  inching along.  It was a happy if muzzy scene  but we were too old to really be  a part. We sat in the bistros, got  involved in the musk, played  chess at the 'Onion'; but we  were in our early 40s when there  can lie a ray real feeling that  life is just about to pass you by.  Paddy and Michael had another  problem. They couldn't make  up their minds whether to stay  in Canada or return their undoubted talents back to the old  sod.  Michael was actually younger. Over the hippies' cut-off age  ('never trust anyone over 30')  but definitely a post-war bloom.  Paddy had, in a way, been in it.  He'd gone from Dublin to a job  in .Fleet Street and stepped off  the train in London into an antiaircraft barrage. Throughout  the blitz he loudly maintained  his neutrality, in the pubs and at  the newspapers, and after it all  lie had the grace to acknowledge  that 'the English had been very  kind'.  During this time though he  learned to use a film camera and  many of his early jobs in Toronto wine as a roving news  reporter/cameraman. He tore  about town in a tomato-  coloured Volkswagon, a big old  35mm film camera in the trunk  and the back seat filled with  .papers. He did a fair amount of  waiting around in the car, read  peapers and just tossed them into  the back. Once they caught on  fire.  He was covering a company  picnic and arranged to pick up  Toby the Clown for the event.  Paddy was late and Toby had a  thing about bring on time. He  urged him on ever faster,  distractedly chain smoking, and  eventually tossed a lighted butt  into the back. They arriral at  the site doing near 80, a clown  in full paint, a white faeced  cameraman, and a trail of black  smoke billowing behind.  Michael's problems were different and sure they were all his  own. He'd come out to Canada  in a way following Brian Moore  whom he'd met back in Dublin,  but he had a very strong, very  deep, genuine and poetic feeling  for Ireland which was never going to leave him. He also held a  my strong distaste for what  was going on there.  Also he came to have a pretty  vigourous distaste for what was  going on here. He got jobs in  newspapers and later television  without any problem, and without any problem it seemed rose  quickly up the ladder; but he  never liked it there .snd soon,  often by phone at night, he  would quit.  At a stage he'd dropped out  to the point of refusing to have  a place to live. There was an  apartment building behind the  CBC, built to a parfait plan by a  Swiss consortium. It had broom  closets 12 by five, kept spotless  clean, with lights, sinks, hot and  cold .running water, and locks  on the inside of the doors.  Michael would leave one of  these at six in the morning, go  down to the laboOr exchange,  pass the day humping beeves into a refrigerator, cleaning  Eaton's candy kitchen or  whatever, and turn up at the  pub at the usual time, in the  usual spirits, .and no one I think  ever the wiser.  After a bit he went bat to  work for CTV and within a  month was lining up the news.  Within a couple of months he'd  had it again. This time he went  back home, and for sure that's  where the heart was.  During this time Paddy  bounced back and forth several  times, each time bring finally  sure that Ireland (or Canada)  was where he wanted to stay.  Each time meant doing something about a house, scraping  up money, burning bridges soon  of course to be needed again. I  don't think it can really be said  that he finally decided on  Canada. I think that at last he  just got tired out and Toronto  was wlwre he happened to be.  1  Your community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper  I    '      --  amtmMmtlmtm*mfM Coast News, May 21,1990  Parent - school board dialogue urged  .Editor:  After reflection, I feel  motivated to respond to Frances  Fkming's letter to the Coast  Netws of May 7.  Ms. .Fleming's argument giving her views on the French Immersion issue deserve consideration, no matter how .belated.  However, she would not let it go  at that. She follows it up with a  diatribe against young French  immersion parents. Then came  a gushing tribute to the present  school superintendent, adding  that education in this school  dUerict was in the hands of the  school board and the  superintendent...and thus  children will blossom and grow.  I would like to comment  about in whose hands education  actually is.  There are three major players  Sea Cavalcade  Editor:  I would like to take advantage of your editorial page to  give our local citizens an update  of the progress of Sea  Cavalcade and the Miss Gibsons  Pageant. Both committee's,  he-acted by Gwen Koftinoff and  Bob Hyams respectively, are  well underway putting together  the various functions that make  up these events. I expect that  when July rolls around we will  see a show everyone will be  proud of.  I would also like to take this  opportunity to clear up any misunderstanding regarding "a dry  Sea Cavalcade". At an Executive meeting in March, the  Gibsons & District Chamber of  Commerce voted unanimously  to recommend to the Sea Cavalcade Committee that they eliminate the beer garden in the  lower village during Sea Caval  cade weekend and that we not  sponsor any events that relate to  alcohol.  We felt there are plenty of  watering holes, both pubs and  licensed restaurants around  town and that the Sea Cavalcade Committee didn't need to  sell alcohol in order to have a  successful weekend on July 27,  28, and 29. Our fund raising to  date has proven this to be so.  1 look forward to the next  couple of months and hope to  attend as many of the upcoming  events as possible, knowing that  both Bob and Gwen are committed to a first class show as  they try to match or better the  great trade show chaired and  organized by Art Geisbrecht last  month.  Yours Truly  R.A. (Dick) Thomas  Prwident,  Gibson & District  Chamber of Commerce  YOUR CAR WILL SPARKLE!  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To book an appointment in Sefhelt for one-on-one discussions of your business proposals and ideas contact:  Government Agent's Office  102 Toredo Square, Sechelt, B.C.,  Phone: 885-5187 or Fax: 885-3710.  m  Together. A Belter B.C.  Harold Long, MLA  Honourable Stanley B. Hagen  Minister of Regional and Economic Development  .  We care  We Are Always There  When You Need Assistance  For further information  contact:  579 Seaview Road  Gibsons, B.C.  886-9551  in public school education: the  children, the parents and the  teachers. My experience in  education as a parent, a grand-  parent and a teacher have suggested to me that the school  board, the supmntendent and  his numerous assistants can only be successful insofar as they  relate to the major players. If  that tak<N place, children may  truly blossom and grow.  However, if the parents are  frozen out of the process, and  only enter the game every three  years at the time of the school  board elections, as Ms. Fleming  appears to be suggesting,  children will be unlikely to experience that growth.  Notwithstanding, Ms. Fleming's weighty opinion to the  contrary, the parents had and  have the right to enter into a  dialogue with the board no matter how heated.  Now, to Ms. Fleming's  remarks about the superinten  dent. They bring to mind a conversation with a brand new  superintendent I had as president of the Sunshine Coast  Teachers Association back in  the 1970's.  He laughingly told me, "The  first thing I have to do is get  control of the school board."  Unfortunately, this philosophy has characterized some  of the superintendents I have  known in my 20 years as a  classroom teacher and as a  teacher .association officer. This  makes me more than a little  skeptical of gushing evaluations.  I hope that Ms. Fleming, an  outstanding educator in her  day, will reflect on the intemperate remarks in her letter  and consider the harm they may  have done to dialogue between  .parents and the school board in  this district.  Frank Fuller  CHAMBERS PLANNING SERVICES  ���Retirement Plaaaiag ��Life lasuraace  ���Investment Planning ���Employe* Beaeflt Plans  'Serving the Sunshine Coast for over S Years'  LAWRENCE K. CHAMBERS  LIFE UNDERWRITER  ��� Mulual funds lecarea well, Aacol Financial Saeveccs Lea  ��� Lila Ineeu.anca licanca eneen National Lela of Canada  TELEPHONE: MM111  FAX: MM121  TOLL FREE:    1 100 lite 2051  New Service  Sechelt ��� Victoria  $78  OO  ONEWAY  SeKhelt-Vlctoria Harbour  Victoria Harbour-Saclwll  FLT    YHS     YVR      FREO  FLT    YVR     YHS      FREO  601    07:45   08:30 Mon & Fri  602   09:00   09:45 Mon & Fri  605    15:15   16:00 Mon & Fri  606   17:00    17:45 Mon�� Fri  Forester saves birds  1-800-561-5756  Editor:  It is a rare event these days  when logging companies and  environmentalists or naturalists  cooperate on a matter of common interest to both parties. So  when it happens, people (skeptics for the most part) should be  told and made to understand  that the gap between these people, in some jurisdictions, is not  as big as it might appear to be.  A good example of this was  demonstrated recently when  Chris Ortner, forester for Inter-  for, telephoned Tony Green-  AIRWAYS  LIMITED*  field of the Sechelt Marsh Society and the Tetrahedron Alliance  to report an osprey's nest that  had been observed in an active  logging area at Wilson Creek.  The nest is very active and to  prevent further disturbance of  the birds, Chris pulled out his  crew of falters, marked the trees  for protection from any future  activities and in doing so elicited  the thanks of birders and like-  minded .people on the Sunshine  Coast.  John Hind-Smith  Tetrahejdron Alliance  UBC waffles  Editor:  There are ever increasing  questions about the wisdom of  the forestry practice known as  clear-cutting. Where has UBC's  School of Forestry been in this  and othw public debates?  .Last fall, a five person committee chaired by UBC vice-  president of research Robert  Miller, released a 20 .page review  which examined UBC's School  of Forestry. When it came to  the school's role in facilitating  public information gathering,  the come-nittee concluded:  "It is seen as not meeting expectations, nor rising to challenges nor exploiting opportunities. It is believed to be insular and uncommunicative.  There is good reason to agree  that these perceptions and  beliefs are solidly grounded in  facts." (Executive Summary, P.  1).  In an angry, 10 page memo  dated December 7,1989, School  of Forestry Dejan, Robert Kennedy, made this biased reply:  "To be completely realistic,  the faculty must be drcumsprxt  about their involvement in con-  stroversial or emotional issues.  The large integrated companies  ate increasingly sponsoring or  Thanks  Editor:  Thank you very much to everyone at the Coast Netws and  particularly to Fran Burnside  ibr all the support we received  in putting on Drug Awareness  Week.  The week went very well,  with attendance at all the  workshops exceeding the  numbers we expected, and the  social events drawing rave  reviews from those who participated.  Though we don't expect a  profound effect as yet from  Drug Awareness Week, we do  feel that we made some very  positive 'in roads' in having our  community deal with substance  abuse.  We are hoping to have two  more workshops as follow up in  the future. The first one is tentatively scheduled for mid-June  with Brut* Gilmore addressing  "Why the community needs to  change their attitudes about  alcohol use/abuse". The second  workshop we hope will be in  late September.  It is hoped that the junior  league will provide an all day  workshop on "How the community can better deal with  substance abuse". If you or  anyone else would like to participate in these workshops,  please give my office a call and  leave your name and number.  We'll let you know exact times  and dates when they are confirmed.  Again thank you for all your  support.  Jim Doyle  D.A.W. Coordinator  supporting our faculty's  research. They can easily be  alienated by the perception that  the faculty is promoting a subject which they deem not to be  in their best interest." (P. 8).  Considering that the main  forestry building on the UBC  campus is calH the MacMillan  Building, such comments are  not surprising.  i!<j<>3         Jira Pine  ��> Victoria, BC  More letters  on pf����e 23  ATTENTION  HOMEOWNHttAND  -w*-  -m  ���������'������ilAi!^  ��� DEC-K-ING is now available on the Sunshine Coast  ��� DEC-K-ING is a revolutionary new development  ' in Sundeck and Roofdeck materials  Backing is fiberglass-reinforced vinyl  for exceptionally strong heat-welded seams  This is NOT a fabric-backed material  ��� 5 Year Guarantee  on work and materials.  ��� Government-approved vinyl  membrane lor roof (feels.  ��� for More Information contact:  Richard Hartley  VICKTERY DEC-K-ING  r. ,        883-9907 883-2878  [/��� *V  D��ys Evenings.  ��-a V3 Weekends  Any way you Slice it  the Classifieds bring results  ��     *     ��     9    *  Buy Any  TWO  CAR CARE CHEMICALS:  wo/on  AT THE REGULAR RETAIL PRICE  AND RECEIVE  500 ml.  (CXC 83)  CAR WASH  $4.95  Reg Retail  M0LS936  Wharf Rd.,  Sechelt  885-3261  Parts  885-7211 [  Vancouver Toll Free 684-2911 Coast News, May 21,1990  Public hearing  Elphie's faces charges  e>:; by George Cooper  �����; The Liquor Control and  ';T; Licensing Branch held a public  ,>;��� hearing May 14 to deal with  5< notie�� by the RCMP of vio-  k~ ilations of regulations by Elphies  C: iCabaret in Gibsons.  J-; The informal hearing, held in  &;Town Council chambers, was  ��*'chaired by Mike Voynovich of  .v^Kelowna, and assisted by  ^!Liquor Inspector Mel Tail.  Jfv;Allan Gould, a Vancouver  lf��;lawyer, represented the owners  K-Gordie McCormick, the  fe-licensee, and John Kavanagh, a  3j .'Gibsons resident.  ��-" The chairman said he would  jl.eiear the notices of violations  jZ-T ;and the responses of the owners  v; and give a summary of the pro-  tw-^ceedings and his findings in  "{'"seven days. He stated his  5J "authority in this matter allowed  K;the imposing of a three-day or a  Vv;seven-day closure if he found  1> ithe  cabaret   management   at  I  ,'fault.  In the series of notices of  jjv ���violation delivered by the  JtjTRCMP, Constable Wickson  �� stated that he had, on a given  yilate, observed six drunks staggering from the cabaret  ������^premises.  g& Gould aske*d, "Were they  eS*served in the Elphies bar? Were  Kjthey actually drunk? Did they  KHget liquor at Elphies?"  ���S: There was no answer to any  Svof these questions since  gf-Wicksons' report had ebeen read  i&out in his absence.  &.* Constable Moss' report was  fe also read out in his absence; viz,  grtn two hours of observing the  ij Stairway to the door of Elphies  Jv he saw 12 persons staggering  jl-away and three staggering  ��down.  Lawyer Gould noted that the  only clue to drunkenness given  in this report was "staggering".  Liquor inspector Stewardson  stated he had visited the cabaret  about a week after Moss' report  was made and he thought there  appeared to be over-service by  the staff.  Chairman Voynovich asked,  "What is over-service?"  "Too much liquor served,"  Stewardson responded.  Gould in questioning John  Kavanaugh said, "There has  been only one notice of violation prior to these present  ones since McKormick and  Kavanagh took over in 1986."  Kavanagh stat<ed, "We are  not rookies in the liquor outlet  business. That previous complaint was for once closing eight  minutes late. We tightened control after the LCB cautioned  us."  Constable Murphy stated  that on January 26 this year he  observed three persons come up  the stairs from the cabaret entrance one with a glass of liquid  in his hand and the other two  each having an open bottle of  beer in hand.  Lawyer Gould: "Did you see  them come out the cabaret  door?"  "No"  "Do you know the door-  mans' job is to check patrons as  they leave?"  "No"  "Do you know what the  weather was like that night?"  "No"  Gould asked, "Assuming  from the time of year, that it  was chilly out and these patrons  wore coats, is it possible that  they could hide drinks from the  .���Tarry Giannakos hands over a cheque for $2297 to Sea Cavalcade  ^chairman Gwen Koftinoff (right) is treasurer Loraine Arthur  ��*.(left) looks on. The money Is the proceeds from Gibsons First  j-klght.  Sea Cavalcade  gets cheque  S  X Gibsons 1990 Sea Cavalcade  Cfc richer by $2297 as a result of  jtlhe Sea Cavalcade's 'First  '^Night' fund raiser.  '���Z' A cheque for this amount  ^;was handed over to this year's  ;-Cavalcade chairman Gwen Kof-  ;te*inoff. Making this presentation  ���>was First Night organizer Tarry  -'Giannakos and treasurer  [jioraine Arthur.  I"'. Participants were Pronto's,  >Gramma's, Elphie's, Andy's,  HJie Omega, Ernie and Gwen's,  "���Cedars Pub, and the Mariners'.  ��; The next event on a busy  dm  calendar is the Miss Gibsons  Pageant Fashion Show. It's being held at the very .popular  Cedars Inn on Tuesday, May 22  and Wednesday, May 23 at 7  pm.  This year's show is no doubt  the best even and by request it is  being held on two consecutive  evenings.  The committee urges  everyone planning to attend to  get their tickets as soon as possible. All proceeds go to the Miss  Gibsons Fund.  GIBSONS,  YOUR VOTE  IS IMPORTANT.  B.C.Tel is conducting a referendum In your  community concerning long distance calling Irom  Gibsons to Vancouver.  You have the opportunity ol having one-way  Extended Area Service to Vancouver. II the majority of  votes received are in favour of this service proposal,  basic monthly exchange rates for customers in  Gibsons will increase and long distance charges on  calls to Vancouver will be eliminated.  The deadline for voting is May 29, so please take  a few minutes today and send in your ballot. For more  information, or if you have misplaced or did not receive  a ballot, please call your local B.C.Tel office.  VOTE BY  MAY 29.  view of the doorman and the  hat-check girl?"  Gould questioned Constable  Quinton regarding another  recorded incident: a woman sitting at a table 'obviously drunk'  yet 'unnoticed by staff.'  He asked Quinton: "Did you  know she was one of a group  doing a pub crawl and would be  leaving with them in a bus?"  "No"  Clint Thompson, Elphies  manager stated, "She was only  serrvefd coffee."  Later, Lawyer Gould noted  the police had made eight walkthrough checks of the cabaret in  one night. He quipped to  chuckles all round, that the  owners might well issue shares  in the business to the police.  Still another reported incident, that of patrons squirting  shaving cream on the female exotic dancers, brought this  response from Gould, "Did you  know  this  was  a  men-only  private party? Similar parties  have been held in the cabaret  for the past two years."  John Kavanagh, when interviewed a day or two later, said a  cabaret license requires the bar  to close at 2:00 am and all  patrons out by 2:30 am.  "We close the door at 1:00  am ��� no one is allowed entry  from outside after that time."  In reply to a query John said   f.  the cabaret could not supply bus  service for patrons to get home.  "And taxi service is very limited  after midnight."  Generally, he intimated, his  staff has been running the  cabaret in the same way since he  and McCormick took over the  business in 1986. He said that  now they can only wonder why  this close attention is given the  cabaret by the police.  "Are they going to change  the drinking habits of the-  people?"  CeMmanitu Squar* Dance  2:00 p.m. Sunday, May 27  ��� Free*  .Gibsons Elementary Top Field  ��� (Rain? Elphinstone Cym)  ^ f'lT* Caller: Harry HobwJion  and skills   ���������������������-������  Sponsored by Salmon Rock Rani$m, Girt Guid��  Canada's Fitness Week  ANNOUNCEMENT  OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY!  Police news  Sechelt RCMP have attended  to several business break-ins  during the past week.  Police are reminding  residents and business owners to  properly secure their residences  and businesses when left unoccupied.  On May IS, police attended  to an injury accident on Ocean  Avenue at Highway 101. A  Sechelt resident was attempting  to pass a school bus which was  making a turn onto Ocean.  The motorcycle driver received injuries when he was trapped  under the bus.  OPEN HOUSES  in  THE VANCOUVER SUN  May 25th  We'll all be out there with exciting listtnqs lo show yoi  SEE YOU THERE!  10.9APR/48MonthFimdnff  or $750 Cash Back   ��  aren't the only reasons  people are buying  T^posand'Rpaz.  We believe in incentives, just like the next guy. In fact  we offer a choice of 10.9% financing for up to 48 months  or $750 cash back on two.of British Columbia's best  sellers, Tempo and Topazi And we freely admit we do it  to ease your payments.  But that's not the point. You buy a car for its quality,  not just the savings. And we believe you should be able to  get into a dependable car without paying through the  nose. Consider the Tempo and Topaz L, with value  packages 101A or 331 A, they're packed full of  features that include:  ��� air conditioning  ��� automatic transmission  ��� four-wheel independent suspension  ��� 2.3 L electronic fuel injected engine  ��� power steering and brakes  ��� gas-pressurized shocks  ��� interval wipers  ��� dual electric mirrors  In short, a  Complete Car.  Remember, when you're looking  around for a new vehicle, think of  incentives as simply another feaJure.  But don't forget the quality. With  Tempo and Topaz you get "both. Do  you suppose (his could be the reason  why, in the past four years, more  than 20,000 people became Tempo  or Topaz owners, right here in  British Columbia?*  ITlSr SSriirB'!!*?^ f0,"*,n*>-- ���������������l *��y��*-�� ettoo����aa��j ttt radtaexl (UnafKlats ra��a> In ��aeu    oanh rettoMa (n allalbela to* 10 fnek fekuaveam_ ����� _  me��mi�� Kfem la eUM H ..v, ��aeoftaeeang la U ��7> M 1U elva feu. aneewnl lo ba >��W0 ealMr) ���OAMuneen.aVei,.;. ��?,��   '"' ��" ** mMm> ���"�� ���> ��STtte��  ^M*T*"�� " ",l*��l" "��� "����� ���*a-��:i*t'.ilTo�� ���**��.- llaail eh. aeeeoone erf liVTJJJ, ij�� Z,����Z%!���'! S,,*'" "*"'a">all��.. aexHjkf,��, cfeoen.7  SSmTffSa\Zm^^  The Sunshine Coast  Srchck  South Corn ford Sreln Ltd.  Dealers  Scjuamish  Squamish Ford Sain  ..\*. -.;  -���''���" ������-'�����-  ���.-..  .  ��<?a  ���������il.' ���---,   ��.-������=.% i*  .*   . PULL OUT * KIEP     Coast News"May 21,19 Coast News, May 21,1990  ;~0':  ..y.-^..".-. <*..*..*> '���   ���> ��� Coast News, May 21,1990  Sunnycrest Mall held a silent firewood auction last weekend to mark the end of Forestry Week. Winners had their written bids drawn frota a ballot box. -mi Caipntcr pkoio  Dumped sand and gravel  Council addresses problem  An irate John Burns addressed Sechelt Council at the May  16 meeting, repeating his complaint of sand and gravel  dumped on East Porpoise Bay  Road. The problem, Burns  reiterated was with overloaded  trucks coming off Brunette  Road.  "The dust is a particular  nuisance to .myself and other  residents in the  neighbourhood," Burns said.  He went on to point out the  destructive effect the sand and  gravel have on the environment  in Porpoise Bay.  The sand, he explained  abrades both tires and asphalt,  which are composed of petroleum compounds. When it rains,  these poly-cyclic compounds are  washed into the storm drains  and out into Porpoise Bay, contaminating the waters and  marine life.  Economically, he went on,  the sand and gravel will cost the  taxpayers 'a bundle' as the road  is rapidly being destroyed and  will soon need repaving if the  problem isn't addressed soon.  Alderman Bob Graham acknowledge the problem and  told Burns the municipal district  had requisitioned $35,000 to  purchase a proper sweeper.  However, by the time the  money was approved, the  equipment had been purchased  by another municipality. The  cost of a new sweeper, he added, could run as high as  $100,000.  Burns retorted that the two  companies who persist in  overloading their sand and  gravel trucks should be held accountable. Acknowledging the  enforcement of load limits is a  matter for the RCMP, he sug  gested pressure be brought to  bear on the local detachment to  position a patrol car near the intersection of Brunette and East  Porpoise Bay Road.  Mayor Tom Meredith told  Burns, "We understand and  sympathize, and we'll do  whatever we can. You can appreciate that throughout the entire Coast we have a problem  with enforcement. We have two  patrol cars between Roberts  Creek and Egmont, and the  RCMP haven't been allowed to  increase their ranks."  Alderman Shanks added that  an attachment has bem purchased for Sechelt's tractor,  which should be able to clear  the sand and gravel from the  road. Alderman Graham said  he would have the public works  department look into the situation.  Roberts    Creek  Trade and barter  by Bev Cranston, 886-2215  The definition of the word  barter is: To trade by exchange  of goods or services without use  of money. The barter system is  alive and well on the Sunshine  Coast and especially In Roberts  Creek where there is not a huge  cash flow among most residents  and the average Creeker is often  a very skilled and self-taught  craftsperson, builder, machinist, etc. with his/her own tools  and equipment.  "I'll pour your foundation  cheap if you'll deck my porch"  is a common example.  The under-the-table method  of payment is not a new system  either and is going to be more  prevalent with Brian  Mulroney's proposed Goods  and Services Tax (GST) looming over our already overburdened shoulders in 1991.  Have any of you Creekers  thought of starting a Barter  Registry? This is a system where  everyone with a skill or trade  (even babysitting) register  themselves and their trade. It is  like a directory of services to  trade with others. No money exchanges hands. Sounds like a  good idea to me, but maybe  Brian Mulroney and the queen  could find a way to .penalize us  for this, also.  HOUSE BURNS  Henderson Road resident  John Turnbull thought someone was just burning May 8, on  the property two lots above his  house. But when he heard the  crackling and the pop, popping  of windows, the smoke intensified, and he realized  someone's house w,as on fire.  He ran tip the road and the  flames were coming out of the  north side of the building. It  was almost gone.  A call to the Roberts Creek  Volunteer Fire Department saw  the firemen arrive within five to  10 minutes, and their hoses  hooked up right after. Two  cedar trees were literally melted  with the heat and flames.  As John said, if it had been a  hot July day with a wind coming down the hill the flames  "could have come back in their  direction."  Juan and Shirley Burton were  the owners of the house, who  were away at the time. All their  possessions along with their  house are gone.  If you would like to help  these people, you can contribute  to the Burton Fire Fund at both  Sechelt and Gibsons branches  of the Royal Bank or at Seaview  Market. The deadline is June 16  and you will receive a receipt if  so desired.  FAIRE THANKS  Roberts Creek Elementary  Parents Group would like to  thank the following for all their  help at the Fun Faire, which  netted $1100: Seaview Market,  the Roberts Creek Volunteer  Fire Department, donours,  volunteers, teachers and participants.  Harmony Hall  The Gibsons Branch (38) of  the OAP (Harmony Hall) is  promoting an event in Canada  Fitweek, May 25 to June 3. The  event, Spaceweek 2000, is a  walking program for individuals over the age of 50.  It is intended, as are all the  Fitweek events, to encourage  Canadians to adopt a more  physically active lifestyle. The  plan is to ask 50 plus people to  keep a record of their walking  mileage (20 minutes equals one  mile) during Fitweek and to  register the total at the end of  the week.  These totals can be registered  by calling .Belle Wallace at  886-3027 or by coming by Harmony Hall between 1 and 3 pm  on June 4.  The mileage tallied locally  will be added to that of other  participants across the country  and converted by an appropriate factor, to space miles.  The objective is to walk across  the solar system by the year  2000.  The particular objective for  this year is lo walk from Neptune to Pluto, a distance of  932,000,000 miles. For each  mile walked on Earth there will  be an allowance of 1000 space  miles. In other words, it will  take 932,000 actual miles to  reach this year's objective.  So get out there and walk  yourself healthy. Then register  your mileage and help increase  the national total.  Gospel Rock rezoned  Condoned from pee* 1.  design and construct that impact."  He concludes his statement  with, "I am confident that out  of this zoning proposal will rise  a good deal for our town and  that we are adequately protected by the by-laws that come  into play following our political  decision tonight."  Reynolds made one remark  which McManus said she  resented:  "1 trust that the Friends of  Gospel Rock will be pleased if  the by-law passes as it insures  that 20 per cent of the property  this developer owns here will be  tunwd over to the town to be  used and protected as a park..."  he said.  Reynolds was absent due to  illness at the third public hearing April 30.  Alderman Kunstler told  council she realized the by-law  was at the rezoning stage but  she felt, in this particular case,  that, "We must consider the impact on the people and the  land."  She said council just didn't  have enough information to  adopt the rezoning by-law such  as the latest map on the proposal.  "We don't know the exact  parametres of the land to be  developed," she said.  Killam's lawyer Michael  Welsh was present at last week's  council meeting and later told  the Coast News that, speaking  on behalf of Killam, he was  'glad to see council address the  issue tonight' and adopt the bylaw.  "Lilian Kunstler is a hero,"  McManus told the Coast News,  adding that .Mayor Diane Strom  was willing to accept the rezoning by-law at the point where  the developer was offe-ring very  little parkland.  Friends of Gospel Rock is  'going full steam aheead' in its  action against the town,  McManus, said, adding, "It  ain't over 'til the fat lady  sings!"  ARROW  in  DRESS  llll  SHIRTS  (Striped)l  mi  $29*  Reg. to $47.00  885-9330  Trail Bay Centre Sechelt  ELDERHOSTEL  Why are people from Tennessee, California  and Texas coming to the Sechell Campus  of Capilano College?  ELDERHOSTEL is bringing them .and  other students over 60 years of age, to two  one-week long programs in Sechelt.  If you ve over 60 years old, you can join  them in up to 3 courses June 11-15 or June  18-22. The cost is $35 per course for  HIGHLIGHTS of ENGLISH  LITERATURE, BIRD WATCHING and  WEST COAST WEATHER.  There are no exams, and you'll meet  interesting people. You can also join some  out-of-class activities.  Please call us at 885-9310 for course  schedules and information, at the Sechelt  Campus, 5627 Inlet Avenue.  CAPILANO  COLLEGE      5627 Inlal Antnin ��� SmMH ��� Irmah C^mMa  TOURIST AND RECREATION GUIDE  ,..'���;'  rm  $~ d&&    k'we"er>'   Prin,s  fS> & J& Pointings   Fabric Art  ��    ��   �� pottery      Cards  HUPsi JCtn OAaLlaeeCJeClr ftefteefaef/fed uorfc b\ local artists  Upsrairs, Corner of Se-hejol&Goevefr Ft. Rds., Gibsons 886-9022 I  VISITORS  WELCOME  *K]A*      SEA KAYAKINQ ��� MAY SCHEDULE  * May 12 ��� Introduction to Kayaking I  * May 13 4 27 - Introduction to Kayaking I & II  * May 26 ��� introduction to Kayaking ll  * Wednesday evening Sunset Paddles  Pn**gM��. sae-31M - SpKM HmHtd  CANOE RENTALS  goLrausj^  ^  lounge i Snack Bar ^^      Power Can Available  Hwy. 101,2 kms. north ot Gordon Bay tumoff  Phont 883-9541  xikf R(kvt  883-2269  Local Authors/Local History  M.ide'ie.i Park Shopping Ci'nfre'  883-��� 11  ^AanaatfaMtf  eaiMliaMtaat. Coast News, May 21,1990  wm.  GIBSON MROiaC  ��� Ihe aebove space is provided  courlHy of ihese Gibsons Landing  Merchants  i���mr  A Little Bit of History Just For You  In a community which is  changing rapidly, it seems appropriate to look back at our  roots. For many years the town  of Gibsons centered around the  wharf or landing and the  downtown core. As the downtown portion of Gibsons grew,  many businesses started, some  flourished and many disappeared.  During the 1960's some of  the businesses moved up the hill  to the present location next to  Elphinstone School and the  SuperValu store started by  Keith Wright and Johnny Matthews. That location developed  into the present mall. The  downtown section languished  lor a period after that but  became revitalized during the  1980's. It was during this period  that 'Just For You' was opened  by its present owners Sechelt  Sew Easy Investments Ltd. We  were curious about the building's past so we dug a little and  were able to reconstruct a little  about the store's history.  In 1946, the land was owned  by Nellie and John Goodie,  'Ranchers'. The land was purchased by Craig Wilson Anderson, a shoemaker, and we  understand the store was  operated for many years as a  shoe store on one side and a  shoe repair on the other. The  next owner was Ruby Blanche  Anderson who acquired the  property in 1949. She held the  land until 1951 when it was acquired by Toronto General  Trust Corporation who owned  it until 1958 when the land was  re-acquired by the Anderson  family in the name of Greg  Wilson Anderson. During this  period, it seems the store  operated under the name  Fjadiger's as a five and dime  and variety store.  In July 1977, the store was  purchased by Dorothy and Bill  Murray from Judy Leaman  (nee Judy Anderson). For  many years they operated a pet  and flower store from the location. Lower Gibsons still has a  j pet store at the Wishful Thinking location and as Goddard's  'took the Fladigers Clothing  'store up the hill to the new  ' mall, 'Just For You' went down  ! the hill with a new Ladies' Wear  Shop, and things have gone full  cycle. For more interesting  reading about many of the early  businesses of Gibsons, try The  West Howe Sound Story by  j Francis J. Van Den Wyngaert.  It is truly informative. By the  way, did you know that Gospel  Rock was formerly known as  Sheppard's Rock and School  Road was known as the Rocky  Road?  If anyone has any knowledge  or pictures of the old Fladiger's,  Anderson's or Murray's stores,  we would love to hear from  you. Just contact the staff of  'Just For You' at 886-2470 or  drop by and see us.  We hope you enjoyed reading this little bit of history about  'Just For You' as much as we  enjoyed researching it.  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Just stick a eprlg ol It In some wine  vinegar and let 11 sit there lor a couple ol weeks and  you have a delicious flavouring tor your salad dressings. Mell a little butter, add a splash ol lemon juico  and a touch ol tarragon next time you cook sole. Tills  lime I made  TARRAGON CHICKEN  1 chicken cut In serving pleas  2 tablespoons ok  2 tablespoons butter  vi cup Htetethr chopped onion  Vi cup dry white wine  Vicepwiter  salt end pepper  t teaspoM dried tarragon  (or 2 teaspoons chopped Melt)  1 tMspoon chapped frath persley  Heat the oil and butter. Saute the chicken pieces  'til ihey are golden brown all over.  Drain ofl any surplus oil. Add onions and saute '111  transparent.  13. Add wine and water. Season with salt and pepper.  1'  Cover and cook at a medium heat tor 20 minutes.  Add tarragon. Stir mixture well. II the liquid Is  runny, remove the chicken and boll the liquid until  reduced lo the desired consistency.  Pour sauce over chicken and serve sprinkled with  parsley.  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UPHOLSTERY  & BOAT TOPS ltd  63? Wyngaerl Rd . Gibsons  886-7310  MARY'S  VARIETY  886-8077  pen 7 Day. A Week  New Shipment  of Abalone  Jewellery  Ste-rlinK Silver  Cl'.ain Nee.kla.e'v  Slifffk.il Pe>*r faStTingl  lOown Pi. Rd. Dry Owning  I Glbtfont Landing Drop OH  SHORTS  Reg. $12.99  Now  $9.99  Hew Houri:  Fridays 9:00 am - 8:00 pm  Sundays 11:00 am - 3:00 pm  YOUR NEIGHBOURHOOD DRUG STORE  0 WORK WEN?  Ah WORLD  ttmamm eceniino  West Sechelt in reading blitz  Student* at West Sechelt Elementary School spent an afternoon  cleaning up Ihe area. -Ruih Forrester phoio  D.tvis B.iy News & Views  by Margaret Watt, 60SJ3H  West Sechelt Elementary  School is at it again. They're  having a reading blitz. The  parents and the students are enthusiastic about the blitz, which  is called 'Reading is Fun in the  Sun'. June I is the windup date  for this project.  On May 30 at 7 pm there will  be a choir festival at the school  with primary and intermediate  classes participating, and a  musical entitled Anything But  Fair written and performed by  students in Division I, which  School plans flea market  Solli, 885-5212  A Flea Market/Yard Sale will  be held at the Davis Bay School  on June 2 from 10 to 2. Tables  can be rented for SS by calling  Dede Gower at 885-4627 or  Joan Graham at 885-3436. Proceeds of this sale will go to purchase outdoor benches. Dona  tions would also be appreciated.  ST. JOHN'S CHURCH  Construction of the new St.  John's United Church on Sim-  pkins Road is coming along on  schedule. The tower is arriving  this week.  Two fundraising events are  being held Ihe weekend of May  26/27.  .Happy Holiday Motorhome  .Rentals, Sales & Service I  ii ���  Rent A MotOrhOme   This Summer or Fall  Also, we have new and used Motorhomes for sale  SPECIAL: New 9' Fibreglass Truck Campers on Sale   *9495  Phone: 886-9025   Or: 886-8481  9S9SSS9BSa9SSB9  r'NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP  **  New Testament Church  5531 Wharf Rd��� Sechell  Sun. Worship Service      10:30 am  Wed. Bible Study 7:30 pm  Morning Prayer 6:30-7:45 am  Tues.-Sat.  New Life Christian Academy  Enrolling Kindergarten ��� Grade 12  Pastor Ivan Fox  Principal, Davis Cliff  Phone 885-4775 or 885-2672  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Service  GIBSONS  Glassford Road  Sunday School  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay  SundaySchool  Rev. Stan Sears  Church Telephone 886-2333  11:16 am  11:15 am  9:30 am  9:30 am  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  School Rd., opposite RCMP  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Phone: Church Office 886-7107  Pastor Dan MacAulay 886-7107  Youth Pastor J. Morris 886-3499  Affiliated with the Pentecostal  Assemblies of Canada  LIVING FAITH       \  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Whlttaker Road a Coast Highway  Davis Bay   885-2202  Rev. Frank W. Schmitt, Paster  Sunday Church School     9:30 am  (in home at 4862 Coast Hlghwayl  For inlormalion call .385-6792  Sunday Worship 11:00 am  Come Grow With Us  ANGLICAN  CHURCH OF CANADA  Sunday 10:30 am  Parish Family Eucharist  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  Wednesday 10:30 am  Worship and Bible Study  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  Rev. Esther North eSB6-7410  The Anglican Parish ol  St. Aidan & St. Bartholomew  PENDER HARBOUR  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  Lagoon Road, Madeira Park  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Sunday School-all ages    9:45 am  Prayer & Bible Study  Wednesday 7:30 pm  .383-2374 & 883-9441  Pastor Mike Klassen  Affiliated with the Pentecostal  Assemblies of Canada  ANGLICAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH OF CANADA  St. Columba of lona Parish  8835 Redrooffs Rd.,  Halfmoon Bay  1st, 3rd, 5th Sundays  Holy Communion, 2 pm  The Rev. Canon E.S. Gale  1-525-6760  Information: 885-7088  "Prayer Book Anglican"  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road  Telephone: 886-2611  SundaySchool 9:30 am  Worship Service 11:00 am  Hour of Inspiration 7:00 pm  Cai Mclver, Pastor  Arlys Peters, Music Minister  . "The Bible aa It Is...  lor People as they are."  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to join us  In Sunday Worship  Children's Progress 9:45 am  Prayer 10:00 am  Morning  Worship Service 10:45 am  Wednesday 7:00 pm  599 Gower Point Road  Pastor Monty McLean  886-7049  GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:30 am  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship    7 pm In homes  Wednesday  Bible Sludy 7:30 In homes  J. Cameron Fraser, Paster  885-7488 Olfice 885-9707  ���     THE  f*\ ANGLICAN CHURCH  VA  OF CANADA  St. Hilda's. Sechelt  Sunday Services       8 & 9:30 am  Nursery & Sun. School 9:30 am  St. Andrew's - Pender Harbour  Regular Sun. Worships 11:30 am  885-5019 Rev. June Maffln  "We extend a Warm Welcome  to all"  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  MASS SCHEOULE  Saturday  5:00 pm St. Mary's Gibsons  Sunday  9:00 am Indian District  10:00 am Holy Family Sechelt  12:00 noon St. Mary's Gibsons  CONFE8SIONS  1st & 3rd Sat. 4-4:30 pm  Holy Family Sechelt  2nd 8. 4th Sat. 4:30-5 pm  St. Mary's Gibsons  885.9528  On Saturday, May 26 from  10 am to I pm there will be a  yard sale at the Wilson Creek  Hall on Davis Bay Road. Coffee and cookies will be servesd.  On Sunday, May 27 at 2 pm  at the Living Faith Luiheran  Church at the corner of Whit-  taker and Highway 101, there  will be a concert with Alice  Horsman and friends. Tickets  are $8 and can be purchased in  advance at Talewind Books or  from any UCW member.  SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT  Don't use disposable dish<es  and utensils. Buy energy-  efficient appliances and  automobiles. Install double-  glazed windows at home. Lower  Ihe temperature of your hot  water tank. Turn the water off  while brushing your teeth.  PALS get  grant  Recently the Sunshine Coast  Regional District granted PALS  (Peninsula Association for  Leisure Services) $10,000  toward a study and action plan  to be done on recreational  facilities and services on the  Sunshine Coast. Sechelt Council is now anticipating a request  from PALS for a contribution  from the municipal district.  Alderman .Bob Wilson told  the council meeting of May 16,  "Two years ago council said it  would support this study. It is  unfortunate that our budget is .  cast, and a tight budget too."  He said Mayor Koch suggested at the time an appropriate amount would be one  dollar per resident, which would  now amount to approximately  $6000. The best council could  do, he suggested, was assure  PALS that if another project  slated for funding this year fell  through, the money would be  diverted to help fund their  study.  Sechelt Council is considering  amending zoning by-law  number 25 to permit the location of an animal pound on property owned by the regional  district located at Mason and  Wigard Roads.  The amendment will go to  public hearing on May 23.  will, I'm sure, be .enjoyed by all.  Registration for Year I is  underway now. This used to be  called Kindergarten, but under  the new dual entry system, it's  now Year I of the primary program.  COMMUNITY ASSOC.  West Sechelt Community  Association will be having a picnic on June 5 at 7 pm in the  community use room at the  school.  AUXILIARY LUNCHEON  The Sechelt Branch of St.  Mary's Hospital Auxiliary is  planning a spring luncheon on  May 31 to which the general  public is invited. The luncheon  will be held at the Sechelt Indian  Band Hall starting at 11 am.  A feature of the luncheon will  be display tables of handicrafts  made by members of the auxiliary. A wide sample of the  crafts are already on display  and are for sale at Marlee  Fashions on Cowrie Street  Erika and Marlis, convenors  of the spring luncheon, tell us  that this year's event will feature  an entirely new menu of  delicious dishes, displayed and  sold as in a food fair.  Funds raised from the spring  luncheon will be used by the  auxiliary for general purposes at  the hospital. Also to purchase  special equipment designed to  ease the stay of patients not normally covered by government  funding.  Recent donations to the  hospital from the auxiliary went  towards purchase of a birthing  bed, special baths for the handicapped, and for the mammography machine for the early  detection of breast cancer.  M.E. .MEETING  Myalgic encephalomyelitis  sufferers are invited to the  meeting at Rockwood Centre  (living room) May 28 at 7:30  pm. Guest speaker will be  Holistic Practitioner, Evans  Hermon.  SHORNCLIFFE  Shorncliffe Auxiliary is alive  and well, working hard with the  administration to see what new  creative ideas and services they  can give to the residents of  Shorncliffe.  Thanks to the many active  volunteers for the hours spent in  helping at Shorncliffe.  A special thank you to Jane  Pheasey and Margaret Gemmel  and all our executive members.  DREAM  What's your dream? Do you want  to pay off your mortgage? Retire in  luxury? Buy a cottage at the lake?  Whatever your dream may bt, it  probably costs money. How do you  realize your goal? The first step  is to start saving, by paying yourself first.  We can show you how to do it - und  how to make ymir savings grow.  Call us today.  Yum H'sidt?nt Invtfslors Planning Team  J N W (Jim) BUDD Sr  Investors  Group  pRomnon our experience  8853397  DEBORAH MEALIA  8868771  J.H (Jim) BUDD Jr.  886-8771  Slacks &  T'Shirts  ���rrrri  illtlllTl  Mill  $ MATCHING FUNDS ��  AVAILABLE       ^>  HAVE A PROJECT IN MINDTHAT  WOULD CONTRIBUTE TO  EMPLOYMENT ON THE  SUNSHINE COAST?  FUNDING MAY BE AVAILABLE THROUGH THE COMMUNITY  INITIATIVES FUND PROGRAM OF THE SUNSHINE COAST  COMMUNITY FUTURES ASSOCIATION  * Innovative project or study with long term employment prospects  * Available to individuals, businesses, groups and associations  * Profit or non-profit  * Shared funding of maximum 50% federal contribution  More Information and a detailed information package may be  obtained by contacting:  Sunshine Coast Community Futures Association  Phone: 885-2639  SATURDAY.     MAY    26       AND      SUNDAY,     MAY     27  OPEN  WIN!  mmm  NATIONAL REAL ESTATE SERVICE  AM ALASKAN  CRUISE  SATURDAY, MAY 26,1990  5608 Mlntie Rd., Halfmoon Bay  7769 Hart Rd., Redrooffs Rd. area  6563 Anchor PI., W. Sechell  5685 Creekside Cres.. W Sechelt  5904 Highway 101, Sechell  5821 Anchor Rd., Sechelt  5778 Neptune St., Sechell  Lol 38 Marmot Rd., Sechelt  5157 Radclifle Rd., Srtma Park  4961 Highway 101, Davis Bay  3054 Lower Rd., Roberts Creek  1498 Port Mellon Highway, Langdale  11:00 am-2:  Ruth Moon  Qtry McCluikle  Marg Bony  Patty Knit  Carolyno Bnodnor  Edna Tough  Lynda Chomborln  TamaSladfy  Rob ON  Bruce eLtiuti  eButari McFoo  00 pm  885-2432  885-9512  886-7081  885-4719  885-9029  885-5304  886-7352  883-2233  885-5454  885-5645  865-3247  866-2917  SUNDAY, MAY 27,1990  9207 Truman Rd., Halfmoon Bay  5291 Taylor Crescent, Halfmoon Bay  5310 Natalie Lane, Halfmoon Bay  7799 Hart Rd., Redrooffs Rd. area  6563 Anchor PI., W. Sechelt  5642 Osprey St., Sechelt  4961 Highway 101, Davis Bay  2412 Milliner Rd., Roberts Creek  463 Veterans Road, Gibsons  417 S. Fletcher Rd., Gibsons  1:00 pm-3:00 pm  Carolyns Bnodnor 885-6029  Carolyno Bnodnor 885-9029  Cirotyne Breidwr 865-9029  Gary McCluikle 885-9512  RobGHI 885-5454  KeHyTherlen 865-5516  Bruce Liiuti 665-5645  Jonotto Gordon 866-3247  Marg Barry 866-7061  Lynda Chomborln 666-7352  OPEN  Win a 7-Day Alaskan Cruise!  ! Fill in this entry form and take It with you to  I an NRS Open House this weekend! Your  I search for a new home could end in Alaska!  | Name   ! Address   ! Clty_  _PlWfa.  ��� Postal Code_  I      ' Pull details at you. NRS gllece S participating HUB Ocean HoeeeaM     |JSM����5f*3 ���  For more Information  about these properties  call the above Salespeople or contact  CENTURY WEST REALTY LTD.  5549 Wharf Avenue, Sechelt, BC  885*2235   689*5838  CRUISE  fit .��   T  f   T.  mmMMm   aMmmMmmmmamma^mmsmshmsmmsmsmsmmt  ���T,.-e s.ta-i . f��;r:^-;����ft^.;.T-;*;a;e��.<;.<>;^^.-a  mmMmmsmOamsm^ - ���- Pender Patter  ���  Coast News, May 21,1990  11.  Artist's gallery open to all media  ***-  ��������  ef  Robi Petraschuk (left) was scot off in fine style when she retired  is Director of the Pender Harbour Aquatic Centre. On hand to  honour her were many friends Including Shirley Cawley (right).  by Myrtle Winchester, M3-90W  The Harbour Artists' gallery  at the old Forestry station complex is now ojxn, and it's no  longer restricted to paintings.  All media (that can be considered art) will be displayed in  the gallery, and if you have  something in mind call Wendy  Simmonds for more information, at home, 883-9271, or at  work (PHSS), 883-2727.  VOTER REG. UPDATE  I can't get voter registration  forms until AFTER the election  is called, and then you have only 10 days to register, unless  you're already registered  somewhere else and want to do  a change of address on your  form, in which case you have to  do it before the election is called  and therefore must fill out your  form at the Government  Agent's office in Sechelt.  Confused?   Of   course.  Rememeber, we're dealing with a  government office here. Call  them for more information.  LEGION NEWS  This weekend is a doubles  pool tournament at the legion,  beginning at 7 pm on Friday.  The entry fee is $5 per person  and teams will be designated by  pulling names from a hat.  LIEUT-GOVS VISIT  This weekend is also the visit  of Lieutenant-Governor David  C. Lam and entourage, who are  arriving on Friday afternoon.  There will be a reception for the  Lieutenant-Governor at 6:15  pm in the legion hall and a banquet at the community hall at  7:30. Tickets for both are  available at the Paper Mill.  BAZAAR WINNERS  Raffle winners: Margaret  Paine   won   the   crocheted  tablecloth, John Haddock won  a half-case of salmon, Aleezah  Charboneau won $50, Dorothy  Woolsley won a teddy bear, Andrea Nicholson won a doll,  Phyllis Knudson won a n*d  rhododendron, and Phyllis  McLeod won an azalea.  Grocery hamper gift cej.  tificates wwe won by: lean Gib-  son, -Georgia Hall, Frances La-  jlar, Elspeth Logan, Bev Hannah, Shirley Dumma, Julie  Reid, and Chrys Sample.  The gift certificates were  donated by IGA, Oak Tree  Market, John Henry's, Colonel  Flounder, Frances' Hamburger  Takeout, bingo players, Kristi  Hately, Beaver Island Grocery,  and Shop Easy.  Irene Pratchett won a grocery  baskrt on tea tickets, and Nancy  Footz and Shirley Crowe won  plants.  A note from Muriel  Cameron:  "The community dub would  like to thank etveryone who  donated and worked to help  make the bazaar a success. The  Girl Guides .did a fantastic job  of serving the afternoon tea.  "At the regular meeting of  the community club on May 14,  members votefd to offer two  $500 bursw<es to high school  paduates."  HELLO FROM FRANCE  The Paper Mill received a  postcard today from Noreen  Marshall, who is taking part in  painting workshops and enjoying the French cuisine.  ./*'���  :���  Pender honours Petraschuk  j?*sr  v_^  A great time was had by all as  we honoured Robi Petraschuk's  retirement as Aquatic Director  at the 10th Anniversary Celebration of the Pender Harbour  Aquatic Center. Staff and guest  speakers congratulated Robi for  her many years of dedication  and hard work at the center  since its conception in 1976.  Robi was presented with an  inscribed silver tray and a personal gift of gold earrings from  the pool staff and Aquatic  ,Soci��y.  Honoured guests at the dinner and dance included Liz and  Gordon Wilson, Peggy Connor,  Marsha and Mike Phelan, Marg  and Richard Gooldrup, Shirley  and Gordon Cawley, Sheila and  Bob Adkin, Mari and Dave  Egmont News  Pancake breakfast  by Ann .Cook, 883-9911  We .are letting it all happen in  Egmont: Pancake breakfasts,  seafood dinners, teas, a  smorgasbord and a Coffee  House, the Thrift Store, library,  Backeddy, Skookumchuck trail  and sport fishing - who says  there's nothing to do in Egmont?  The Egmont Lions and Community Club and Maverick  Egmonsters are all pulling  together to make Saturday,  June 9, Egmont Community  Day, a fun day for you and me.  ; I have volunteered to do a  50/50 raffle. Would you ask me  for a few chances for you to  win?  The Mother's Day pancake  breakfast was rained out, but  the seafood dinner will go on  the 19th, rain or shine.  TEA TIME  There will be a tea, plant and  bake sale on Wednesday, May  30 at 1:30 in the community  school building. Plants and  baking will be appreciated.  Thanks to Iris and Vern for  convening this social occasion.  COFFEE HOUSE  What is a Coffee House? It's  a casual gathering of persons interested in music or entertainment. They like to relax in a  small theatre environment and  play, watch or meet other  players.  Musicians have the opportunity to use a professional  sound system, and gain stage  experience entertaining a small  intimate crowd.  The audience relaxes, samples  tea and baking while a surprising dynamic array of impromptu talents present themselves on  stage.  Usually memorable - Egmont  Community Club is sponsoring  a Coffee House May 31 from 7  to 10 pm. Admission is $2, all  welcome, please join us. For  more info call Denny at  883-9375 or Marten at  883-1188.  AROUND TOWN  A rash of accidents this week  kept the clinic and ambulance  busy. Don, Lyn and one other  person (I didn't get their name)  all three employees at Egmont  Fish Plant, ircedcii medical attention.  Doug Silvey tangled with his  .Bobcat and is in Vancouver  General. Get well soon, Doug,  it's too nice a season to spend in  hospital.  Musical jobs: Kathy and Val  Silvey are at the Backeddy,  Gaye Beardmore at Ruby Lake,  and Barb at Garden Bay  Restaurant. Belated royal  bumps to Barb for her May birthday and a pinch to grow an  inch to Tom Patterson on May  25.  NO THUMP ON THE HEAD  Isn't it wonderful to live in  Egmont where it's hud to find  someone to thump?  Bisson-Monpetit, and Karen  Adamson.  Gordon Wilson, our Area A  representative happily announced the purchase by the SCRD of  an additional recreational asset  to Area A, namely, Brightside  Resort and surrounding acreage  with lake, already a very  .popular summer swim and sun  location.  Bob Adkin was awarded a  beautiful gold watch for appreciation of his first class job  as president of the society over  the past few years and Karen  Adamson was given some  jewellery for her excellent  secretarial job.  And, finally, Nancy MacKay  presented Robi Petraschuk,  Marg Gooldrup and Shirley  Cawley, the original three  founders of the pool, honorary  lifetime membershps to the  Pender Harbour Aquatic  Center.  It was with great pleasure that  Mari Bisson-Monpetit along  with her husband Dave, was introduced as the new Aquatic  Director for the pool.  The pool has been a huge success story for the Pender area  under Robi's expert direction  eand we have every confidence  that with Mari's expertise that it  will continue. Good luck, Robi  and welcome Mari!  A special thanks to Rita  Zotoff for all the lovely food  and to the Volunteer Fire  Department at Madeira Park  for their great job tending bar.  V>  W  ^ ��l-g "-.' ��� ���  THE PENDER HARBOUR HEALTH CLINIC  is raising funds for an expansion  to better serve our community.  CAN YOU HELP?  Sand your tat-tlediictlbli donation lo:  Box 220.  Madeira Parle B C    VON 2H0  AB Haddock Marine  AC Building Supplies  Beaver Island Grocery  Centre Hardware  CIS Contracting  Coho Marina  Fisherman's Resort  Garden Bay Hotel  Hanna Industries  Headwater Marina  Irvine's Landing Marina  left Fletcher Contracting  lohn Henry's Marina  Kleindale Nursery  Kleindale Roofing  Liddle Bay Resort  Lowe's Resort  Lyle Forties & WW Harper  Madeira Machine Shop  Madeira Marina  Marina Pharmacy  Miss Sunny's Hair Boutique  Oak Tree Market  Paper Mill  would like to thank  the following businesses  who helped make our  annual auction  a greal success.  Park Motel  i��enfJer Harbour Chevron  Pender Harbour Diesel  Pender Harbour Coll Course  Pender Harbour Hotel & Gallery Inn  Pender Harbour Realty  Pender Harbour Restaurant  Penderosa Grocery  Peninsula Power & Cable  R & L Contracting  Ray Hansen Trucking  Rob's Video  Ruby Lake Resort  Seahorse Construction  Shilcomb Lookout Resort  Snap-On Tools  Sundowner Inn  Tom loolery  WC Sutherland Sales & Service  * *  I ������wii||iiinait  111  ij   ���*.. -. i  w  Enjoy a Day of Business, Leisure  and Shopping In  VENICE NORTH  (Pender Harbour Has  REMEMBER:  If you're going to  gamble with your  SEPTIC TANK  a flush  is better  than a  full house.  BONNIEBROOK  INDUSTRIES ltd  e% Septic Tink Pumping  I Ask For Lucky Larry  AUTOMOTIVE  PENDER HARBOUR  CHEVRON  Complete Auto Repair  24 HOUR TOWING  883-2392  COAIT if a! VI  In Pender Harbour Centre  883-9099  883-9551  MISCELLANEOUS  Tom Toolery Ltd.  Sales, Services & Rentals  883-9114  NURSERY  CBNTRB HABDWARS  hardware  housewares  tackle  paint  885-9914  FOODUNER  "Check our Flyer"  9(enmar (Dr  ienmar 'JJrapenes  ft NEHM t< NAM SUPPLIES  883-2274  ROB'S  VIDEO RENTALS  883-2988  A MARI ISA  PHARMACY  883-2888  Oak Tree Market  Open 7 days a week  10 am - 8 pm  rf.<Jin .iCeniu ��  Marina  tot Al SHOPPING  7 Daya a WeHfe  All Chaveon Peoefucta  883-2253  JWa RESORT  BOAT RENTALS  AIR  883-2456  ���     Like  YOUR NAME -<  Hotel  TIM laeeuhleea  in Pentler Harbour Centre  MeinFri. 883-WS9  PENDER HARBOUR  GOLF COURSE  Visitors Welcome  Vi M. North ol Garden B.iy R.I.,  Hwy. 101 883-9541  Boyit Canadian Liglon ��� Branch 112  i.     PENDER HARBOUR  9 LEGION  PROFESSIONAL  SERVICES  like  YOUR NAME  HeSffitf  _ llta laeaealeaM  CMffTIIfS  in Pender Harbour Centre  Mpn. ��� Fri. 883-9099  ���TYPING  ���WOOD PROCESSING  ���ACCOUNTING  ���FM SERVICE  ���PHOTOCOPYING  ���ANSWERING SERVICE  ,Z���'���*. HARBOUR INSURANCE  !5F'EC AGENCIES LTD.  MARINE  COMMERCIAL  HOMEOWNERS  883-2794  fa, �� o  PENDER  HARBOUR  CREDIT  UNION  883-9531  Pender Harbour  Realty LTD.  883-9525  fax 883-9524  HUGH W. JONES  Lawyer  883-9525  CONTRACTORS  SPECTRUM CONTRACTING  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  JenyNetilaw        Phillip NeUltw  885-9341 885-4801  J.P.FORM RENTALS  Rentals & Construction  883-9046  eahorse  onstruction  Indian Isle  Construction  Backhoe & Dumptruck  Service  883-2747 or 883-2730  Roofing  883-9303  Tat ft G<a-#l. Shake*, Shln9l#i,  fTUtal Boot.. Totch On, Duroldi  Peninsula Power &.  Cable Ltd.  MiKh * �������* VolUnr Pinter lint-*  OulHimr Suh-M'linn..  883-2218  Ray Hansen Trucking  & Contracting  Gravel, Hearing  Vplie Systems  883-9222  HARBOUR BOAT TOPS  883-2929  fops, T.er|)s e\ Lovers  Upholstery & Repairs.  LcK.ite-el .et Headwater Marina  Madeira Marina  883-2266  c  like  YOUR NAME  Until  Ilea SeaetatelM  cMirim  eei Pentler H.irbour Cenlre  Mem     In 8IIT-909'  COMPLETE  GARDEN  CENTRE  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  9:30 am   6:00 pm 883-9183  MOBILE HOMES  Hint ind Uiid - Instant Homing  883-9338 or 580-4321 (call collect)  Miss Sunny's Hair Boutique  883-2715  Drop oft your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  it  Marina Pharmacy  In Pender Herrwur  Garden Bay  Motel  Pub. Waterfront HesUturant, Moot-Ma. Air  Charters, Fishing CharUra. Blko Rental*  M8-MT4 Vub  8S3-M19 iMtaurant  Difllntj Rooffl 1kw7  I 5 pete   ^>IIKI  Cattmst  ���1  C#tae1lffj  Oraaeea at 5 pete  /-"V"* 11^,..   .  car. Gal ery  s=&       inn  Brian Schieftr, Mfr.  MS-242S  rt Mm NMMW  Rtstauran.  Canadian ft Chinese Cuisine  883-2413  HEADWATER MARINA ltd.  Ways. Hi-PrnMW Washing,  is War-Round Mneerage  883-2406  I  hr> ** w  4  * ' * ��� K ft --* ��������� 12.  Coast News, May 21,1990  AUTOMOTIVE  ��� CONCRETE SERVICES  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE        Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Mon.-Fri. eV6 Sat. 8-6, Sun. 1M  I Reedy Mix Concrete  a C Send �� Qrevel  N/"    CONCRETE  V.O  LTD. _,  o  SECHELT PLANT  S85-71M  GIBSONS PLANT |  Need this space?  ���"SECHELT  Complele Cooling System Service Cinlrt  We Repair & Replace Rads. Healer Cores ft Gas Tanks  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MAMNi  Ham, ustd * Rebuilt  9510 Mint   Ask Aboul Pick-Up i Delivery Mm - Sat  (Old Fern!* SiftffJUmi    jfljj        685 79667  J*?  T6P Line UoncketE  Curbs ��� Patios ��� Stairs  Foundations ��� Sidewalks  Retaining Walls  "We build 'em, We pour 'em"  Res. 885-9203  Bus. 885-4828  YOUR "COMPLETE"  TRANSMISSION CENTRE  ���FRONT AND REAR WHEEL DRIVE  ���AUTOMOTIVE ��� MARINE ���CLUTCHES  V*    -AUTOMATIC * STANDARD  Come see the Specialists at  S  ^HL--^-  '��� EAGLE TRANSMISSIONS  The Coast's (Irst Trensmlselon only shop.  Phone Kerry at  886-2111  677  Peyne Rd.  TRANSMISSION SPECIALISTS FOR 18 YEARS  ��� BUILDING CONTRACTORS*  WOLF'S HOME IMPROVEMENTS  Rinovitlons, Siding, Painting, Fencei,  Hoofing, Windows, tit.  Specializing in all phases ol cement  (sidewalks, driveways, patios, retaining walls, etc.)   886-3078   /^M.J.J. VINYL SIDING���  Soffits  Fiberglass Decks  Fred Cocker               P.O. Box 1596  (Leave Message)                 Sechelt, B.C.  V Phone 885-4404 VON3A0  Hallmark  Custom Homes  & Renovations  Enquiries 886-3344  886-3364J  /"DAlUhfcTE Glass ft Door Ltd. N  Bllolds ��� Screens ��� Oarage Doors  Prehung Doors ��� Aluminum Windows  8745 Young Street S., Chilliwack, B.C. V2P 4P3  Bill Allan-Sales Bus. 792-0086  Res: 853-4101 Fax. 792-3475  "We service the entire Sunshine Coast"  ������CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT ��  Need this space?  C   'I   lh.'   CHAM   Nl WS  ' L-a BUILDING n  CONTRACTORS  Surveying, Foundations, Framing i Siding, Fallot, Stairs  "Custom Buildintt"  COMMERCIAL AND RESIDENTIAL  "Wc Build 'Em From The tot'fom Up!"  VeMarcQuiriun    �� FREE ESTIMATES *        885-9203,  Alpine Trusses Ltd.  886-8801."  Oms\ lg>  Money Spent At Home  Stays At Home  Truss Manufactured Right Hers  On The Sunshine Coast  ROOFING  Specializing In all types ol  FREE     commercial & residential roofing  IS T I M A T E S 886-2087 eve.   ou.'Lm!  D.R. CLAFP  &  ASSOCIATES  BUILDING & DESIGN  -Post & Beam New Homes- Renovations 8136-38111  CLEANING SERVICES  SUNSHINE COAST  DISPOSAL SERVICES  Port Mellon to Ole's Cove  Commercial Containers Available  686-2938  CONCRETE SERVICES*  Wolfe  fit All Vour eSfmetffte NMtta  Sleatwalku, Dflwwiyi, Pelfoe, aec.  Expowd ex Plain  AUo ���peKlamtftg Iff Hlgtt OIom  SlofMOmHytolataeftlfyeilelejoeecfffW  KYurtUiBuUmu ���  FestServtoe       ^6-3076     Free E-tlnsatee,  TURENNE  CONCRETE  ���PUMP TRUCKS "CONCRETE WORK  Placing & Finishing ol:  Basement Slabs. Patios, Driveways,  Sidewalks. Exposed Aggregate  FOR QUALITY WORK, CALL US! 866-7022  rron rrtr acsr or stancr"!  Swanson's  ���>   - ss     .   ���~- ���-.-. _BeadyMix Ltd.  a��� ;i"i()un ciNutetL UiSfAtCn-j       . ACCOUNTS ���  1885-96661 [885-53331  3 Batch Planlf on Ih. SueejtelfM Ceeeal  Gibaoua a Sachtle a P.nd.e Henboeti  ���  ELECTRICAL CONTR  Need this space?  Cell   I ll.-   COASI    Ml WS  .el  KM, ?fi7? nr D8S 3930  ���  EXCAVATING ���  WILSON  i CONTRACTING  EXCAVATING  HAULING  Septic Fields  Sand  Building Sites  Gravel  Ditches  Soil  Landscaping  Manure  886-8313  TAN-DO EXCAVATIN  Septic Fields, Landscaping,  Hauling of sand, gravel & topsoil  Bobcat 743 Diesel  .  George 885-7553 Eittewy  CMST BOBCAT SERVICI  Small In Stxc - Big In Production  hist Holes ��� Trenching  Spreading/It-veiling  Light Hauling  886-7061  SECHELT mummfottt?  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  885-2447  886-3558  Wmdlglhm eunmhlnm Cornell  Land Clearing  Excavation*  Sapllc Tank*  885-3924  885-7487  D I L ENTERPRISES  1989 416 4W0 Caterpillar  Backhoe Loader  Septic Systems, Ditching Etc  Call Nick  Jor all your Backhoe Neath'    >>6-T 146  Irnle Fallis  Contracting  Completes Baokhoe  Servloe  . 888-9198  EXCAVATING  ���  ��� SEPTtC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� WATEBUNES Col 41* 4Xt  ��� cufuuHG Steve Jones    888-8289  ��� GEN   CONTRACTORS*  ( UUSURIAL BHOVATIOHI "\  Oyproo le Lamination Work  Kitchens, Bathrooma, Painting  Looki MdNnoee  i Iris Wood  J.T.R. Trucking  Dump Truck Rental  Sand, Gravel & Blasted Rock Sales  R.R. #1 Bay Rd. Site  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  ciihtas-zare jimrobinson  TOP SOIL ON SALE  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  General Garden Maintenance  Lawn Care ��� Landscaping ��� Pruning  Ruck Walls & Rockeries  Senior's Discount - Friendly Service  Fred 886-3526  e/.X CftatrBetmf  460TnaokHoe  ���Toeysoll  ���Septic Fields  ���Sand k Gravel  Deliveries  ���Stump Removal  ���Lot Clearing  ���Building Sites  ���Water Lines  410 Butter  TIN Bo*  743 Bobcat  886 9764  MobU.: 649-8879  lor the Professional  and the Homeowner  RENT-IT!      \  CANADA INC.  HI    TOOLS & EQUIPMENT     ffr  a.5540 Inlet Ave., Sechelt       885*2848 J  m.       A     ' RENOVATIONS WITH *1  WnthiR K T0UCH 0F CLASS  PQfA Utf   COMMERCIAL ( RESIDENTIAL  **^ THE ...    caaa  IMPaROVTER    -T  LTD HAITMOOWBA^  Residential  Commercial  Industrial  Land Clearing  FUTURE  Excavating & Developments  Underground Installations  & Repairs  Roads & Driveways  Satisfaction Guaranteed  CALL MIKE OR MIKE  886-2182  ^^Residential Commercial Industrial^.  r      PAINTING      ^  30 Years Experience     Fully Equipped  Free Estimates        j�����  M.B. Painting     ^L,  Marcel Beaunoyer 886-9626   ���},L*-��    886 3321        "  CENTURY ROCK  885-5910  Q t\ D Contracting  ���Sand & Gravel Deliveries,  ���Stump Removal  Gary Davies 886-9585  Dan Zueff    886-8070  BIQ EAQLE Enterprises Ltd.  ��� Custom Built Sun Decks   - Fencing  Patio Doors -Skylites and Windows  - Renovations and Additions  Free Estimates  Mike 886-2688  Will Buy Timber  or will do Excavating  For Timber  Big or Small Amount  or will Rent 518 Cat Skidder  by the hour with operator  Will Go Anywhere  Louis & D. LePage Logging        886-3821  ��� GEN   CONTRACTORS  ��� HEATING  ^SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.���>  ��� Gas Fireplaces KJBl   * VIM S,0V*5  ��� Wood Fireplaces       (Q��   ��� Chimneys (Hi-Temp)  ��� Inserts *����8OT   . Liners  STEVE CHRISTIAN Complete Sales * Installations  Certified Technician IT'S ALL WE DO  i    M5-7171 oSalety & Sanitation Guaranteed i  ICQ LIQUID DAS  ��� Auto Propane   7  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  aes-23eo  Hwy 101, across St.  Irom Big Mac's, Sechelt  fcdp:  SUNDECKS  ���K^              by  j 1 N    WRIGHT'S CONSTRUCTION  Free Estimate  I 885-7736                     885-7099 ���  MARINE SERVICES  ]Vjwv   Cottrell's Marine Service  V  K|i SERVICE TO Al L MAKES  fl|     Hflt     Specializing In MetcOutboatd  reTwc^^'^kfc      * stem drlte rebuilding  DIVER -mr Located at  BOAT V        Smitty's Marina, Gibsons  HAULING SHOPBee-7711     RES.eMS.sa40  rich  board]  "il  Pbcfgrrigs Schedule  e/ANCOUVFR   SECHELT PfNINSUlA  ^TWaM-lCft  Lv. Langdale  6:20 am      2:30 pm  8:30 M'       4:30  10:30 6:30  12:25 pm M 8:20 M  M aaaaeat Mffeeajrecfe Sue  Lv. Horiethoe Biy  7:30 am      3:30 pm M  9:30 M       5:30  11:30 7:25 M  1:15 pm      9:15  Lv. Earls Cove  6:40 am      4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pm M 10:20 M  Lv. Saltery Biy  5:45 M     3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:25 M      7:30  11:30       9:30  MMi ���Coast News, May 21,1990  13.  B.iy H.l|)|)(Mliif(js  Fair celebrates the nineties  by Rrtfc FomHer, HS-3418  This year's Halfmoon Bay  Country Fair will be the 24th  year of this event and something  different is added each year,  What used to be a fairly small  strictly local affair, has now  ebecome a popular weekend of  activities in which the whole of  the Sunshine Coast participates.  Celebrating The Nine-ties is  Halfmoon Bay firemen cooked a pancake breakfast at Coopers  Green on Mother's Day. In tplte of rainy weather the men served  e thin 100 breakfasts. ���Ruth Forater photo  the theme for the dates of July  13, 14 and 15 which will start  off with the Friday night car rally, always a popular and fun  event,  The fair's executive committee are busy finalizing this year's  events which will include the  kids' fishing derby, family  social and dinner, pancake  breakfast, three and one half  mile trophy run and, of course,  the final fair day with (rafts,  ���booths, food stalls, contests,  raffles, bingo, beer garden and  children's races and games.  By the way, if you are planning to rent a booth you should  call now as they are going  quickly. Call Fiona at 885-3483.  PANCAKE BREAKFAST  Despite the fact that it was a  dull drizzly morning on  Mother's Day, the Halfmoon  .Bay Fire Department volunteers  served more than 100 delicious  pancake breakfasts. It is fortunate that the hall is available  for such occasions when the  weather doesn't co-operate.  Thanks fellows, for faithfully  continuing this annual event.  The next fundraising function  will be the Giant Garage Sale  Services  Directory  MARINE SERVICES  ��� MISC SERVICES  MARINE WAYS  BOAT MOVING  POWER WASHING  merCrui/er  Mercury Outboards  VotVO RB HADDOCK MARINE ltd.  MARINE REPAIRS        .������...  ��� cjsaiMM 883-2811  Garden Bay. BC.  Et  'uccaneer  Marina tt Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove        885-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS i\ vears  - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  PARTS  K ft C Thermoglass I  Cobra Boats now  In-Stock  i.'.i=i:m-J!1'.  [outboards  PENINSULA INDUSTRIAL  & LOGGING SUPPLIES  PORT  MELLON  & GIBSONS  ��� Wire Rope & Rigging  ��� Welding Supplies  ��� Hydraulic Nose & Fittings  ��� Misc. industrial Products  Gibsons 886-2480 ,,    .,   .-.���,.���  Port Mellon 884-5303     Van- Direct 689-7387  1042 Hwy. 101, Gibsons (across from Kenmac)  X  ' A. J. (.JIM) WALLACE  24 Hr. 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LANDSCAPE GROUP  OVER 20 YEARS    886-2226  685-5846  RESIDENTIAL  COMMERCIAL  LANDSCAPING tt GARDENING  Landacaplng tor a Diatlnctive Daalgn  Complete service from design to Irrigation Installation plus  new shruti plantings, installation of large trees and  fiedges for privacy, patios, lawn Installations and retaining walls. Over 500 plant species to choose Irom for your  own design. Call for a free estimate.  jjMjjj Mann tod, (musty Toll Free ot 885-4806)  Personal  Tax Returns  Nicky Zavaglia C.A.  Appointment eae-IMl  ��ummm.KiTCHMii  CABINKTi  888-9411  1  ���Showroom Kern'a Pleze.Hwy 101  Open Tuaaday to Saturday 10-4 pm)  DOLPHIN ALARM  SYSTEMS LTD.  Burglary  ���Fire  M  Music & Sound - Intercoms       Don Watson  RR#4 S15 C17    Bus. 886-8144  Gibsons. B.C.   Hal. M6-3304J  * Commercial & Residential *  ��� Carpet & Resilient Flooring *  *. * * * .   Phone  .......  income 880*8868  *����JZ     SHOWROOM at  5601 Hwy. 101, Sechelt  Tuoi.Frl., 12:30-5 Ml day Sit.  ���t ".oo�� STOKE ��T roun ooort ��._^__  For successful  BUSINESS MEETINGS  targe or Small  CEDARS INN  895 Hwy. tot, Gibsons  Fax 886-3046    886-3008  /     Complete, contloentlil, & Professional     A  BUSINESS > PERSONAL OFFICE SERVICES  lOUte gaper ffllll       883-99. i  \j)\ 886-7359  Conversion Windows,  Gloss,  Auto & Marine Glaas, Aluminum Windows  * Scrtena   ���     ,���,������.��� ��� .   Mirrors  e Hwy 101 & Pratt Rd.  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE )  Custom Cutting. Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Pent* f "  Chrli Nipper 188-3488  R.R.M, SS, C78,  VQIbiona. B.C. VOW IVO  ���Pitting i  itt & Beams      a A  1 A  JtmW  scheduled for Saturday, June  30. We all look forward to this  one. Donations will be gratefully accepted and if you have  large items call 885-5972.  HIKE-A-THON  Despite a howling gale and  heavy rain, the Halfmoon Bay  Cubs recently completed a hike-  a-thon and managed to raise  over $400 in pledge money.  Congratulations to all the boys  who made such a great effort.  TEEN SHOW  You could do your part in  helping support the "Cystic  Fibrosis Foundation and at the  same time, spend a most enjoyable evening at Greenecourt  next Saturday at 8 pm. Nikki  Weber will ebe presenting the annual T��n Show with a wealth  of young local talent performing.  These young people give it all  they've got to help youngsters  less fortunate than themselves  and deserve a packed house.  Try to get there, the date is  Saturday, May 26. Tickets at $5  and are for sale at Ntarlese  FasWons on Cowrie Street.  FRIEND PASSES  Friends and neighbours were  sorry to learn of the passing ol  Dorothy Temple, beloved wife  of Jack Temple of Redrooffs.  She is survived by a son and a  daughter and several grand and  great-grand children.  Jack and Dorothy took up  permanent residence at their  Redrooffs property some 15  years ago upon Jack's retirement.  Dorothy was a home loving,  caring wife and mother who will  be sadly missed.  A private family gathering  was in attendance at a memorial  service.  Our deepest sympathy to  Jack and family.  KIDS  Trail Bay Centre Mall, Sechelt  Dresses and  Summer Jackets  SALE 25% oft  885-5255  Notice Board  e*M  C.A.P.E. (Coast Association lo Protect the Environment) annual general meeling.  Wed.. May 23. 7:30 pm. Community Services building, Inlet Ave.. Sechell New  members welcome. For Inlo call 885-7502.  United Church Stewards yard Sale May 26 Irom 10-2 In parking lot ol United Church  Hall, il dry, in hall il wet.  Gibsons RCMP Ladles Fishing Derby June 1.2, & 3. $25. tickets available at Gibsons  RCMP and Family Sports, Sunnycrest Mall.  Heritage Society and Drlttwood Players dinner and theatre night, Sun., June 10 at  6pm, $30 each, tickets available at the Omega Restaurant.  Giant Flea Market at Gibsons Winter Club (curling club) Sun., June 10 from 10am to  2pm. Book a table now 886-7801 alt. 6pm.  Sunshine Coast Amateur Radio Club - The May meeting will be held at 7pm, Wed.  May 23 at Regional District Oflice. Sechelt. New members welcome. Into 685-9491.  Canadian Fitness Week Community Square Dance May 27 ay 2 pm at Gibsons  Elementary (top Held). In case ol rain, Elphinstone Gym to be used, sponsored by  Salmon Rock Rangers Girl Guides ol Canada.  Gibsons Branch of Friends ol Schizophrenics monthly meeting May 28 al 7:30 pm.  Garibaldi Health Unit, S. Fletcher, video and discussion, all welcome.  Attention: Ex-NwT Residents - 4th Annual Picnic, June 10,1990,12 noon - 8 pm,  Bear Creek Provincial Park, Kelowna, BC. Bring your own lunch and refreshments.  BC Friends ol Schizophrenics next regular meeting to be held at 7:30 pm, Friday,  May 25 at the Mental Health Unil in Sechell at 5571 Inlet. Any Sechelt/Pender Harbour area residents are welcome to attend. 885-1927.  Next meeting of the Sunshine Coast Unit ol the Canadian Cancer Society will be Monday, May 28 at 1 pm in the regional offices. All welcome.  Canadian Federation ol University Women ot ths Sunshine Coast meeting on Monday,  May 28, 11:30 am, Kirkland Centre. Mary Pellat will speak aboul 'A Senior off the  Beaten Path'. For more information call 865-9589.  S.C. Unitarian Fellowship meets 10 am Sunday. May 27 at Community Use Room.  Roberts Creek School. For info. 885-9863.  Any way you Slice it  the Classifieds bring results  Save  thousands $$$  on the cost of a new home!  iB���YOUR PLAN OR OURS*���  J   &   1   Pr@-F.ab   3S@meii  has designed economical house packages simple enough for the average person  with little or no construction experience to assemble. Our quality woods are cut to  precision and assemble in easy-to-manage, exact-to-measurement sections. Using  a hammer and a handsaw, two people can assemble a 1200 sq. ft. home within a  few days, at an average price to lock-up of under $20 per sq. ft.  Visit Lot 74 in Woodcreek Park  and view the construction of our  Show Home this week.  Benefit from the quality and the many advantages  of building a J & E Pre-Fab Home.  ��� Save Money ��� Save Time  ��� Eliminate measurement imperfections common  in traditional stick-built homes.  Pre-Fa  For more Information call  LTD.  984-3386  984-3644  mSmsmM  bmsmsmst  msmsmsM 14.  Coast News, May 21,1990  I he list load of siding neceded to complete the new pavilion it Rockwood Centre arrived on May 17.  ���Pearty Filer photo  New pavilion  Weldwood donates lumber  Once more, Weldwood of  Canada has come through for  the Festival of the Written Arts.  On May 17 a truck, donate by  City Transfer, delivered the last  load of siding required to complete the pavillion al Rockwood  Centre.  The siding, estimated at a  value of $2800, will finish the  work on the back side of the,  pavillion in time for this summer's festival.  Weldwood has donated a  large amount of the material used to build the structure, with  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  ��� CEDAR ��� FIR ��� HEMLOCK ���  886-7033  You Are Invited To Attend The  ���BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  AT YOUR DOORSTEP"  CONFERENCE  PLACE-  DATE &  VME:  LEARN  ABOUT:  CAPILANO COLLEGE  S627 Inlet Ave.  Sechelt, BC  SATURDAY, MAY 26,1990  Registrants Sign-in, 8:15am - 8:45am  Opportunities for new and expanding  businesses in these growth areas:  * Specialty Wood Products;  * Arts & Crafts Businesses.  FIND OUT: ' How to identify business opportunities  and start a business;  * How to tap the retirement market.  hear:       Successlul business people and professionals  share information and ideas:  * Bill Moore will provide ideas on  potential business opportunities;  * Sharon Sawchuck will discuss a recent  study on the "retirement industry";  * Tim Clement will discuss opportunities  in producing specialty wood products;  * Neil Olson will discuss product  innovation and promotion.  FEE: $40.00, includes conference material,  lunch and nutrition breaks.  register Sechelt & District Chamber of Commerce  AT: Box 360, 5509 Shorncliffe,  Sechelt, BC, VON 3A0  PHONE: 885-3100  DUE TO LIMITED SEATING,  PRE-REGISTRATION IS ADVISED  PRESENTED  BY: Ministry of Regional and Economic Development  Stanley B. Hagen, Minister  IN CO-OPERATION  WITH:        Harold Long, MLA  CO-SPONSORED Sechelt & District Chamber of Commerce,  by: Sechelt Business Development Centre,  Gibsons Chamber of Commerce  Municipality of Sechelt,  Capilano College,  r[]   The Ministry of Regional  and Economic Development  il   Stanley B. Hagen, Minister  total donations to date reaching  $29,000 worth of lumber and  shakes.  Most of the labour used in  building the facility has also  been donated, but as this year's  festival approaches, Betty Keller  told the Coast News the Festival  Committee will probably seek  funding to hire a few prople to  complete the construction.  In addition to individual  volunteers, Gibsons Building  Supplies (CBS) has donated the  use of a forklift and driver,  necessary to offload the gifts  from Weldwood.  Of both companies, Keller  said, "They've been wonderful.  They've been very supportive  and helped us all along the  line."  Queen's  rep on  Coast  by Ann Barker  Friday, May 25 is the eperfect  chance for all Pender Har-  bourites to share that famous  hospitality, put on that sunny  smile'and weather, and show  that great community spirit! It's  not every day that we have the  Queen's representative in our  midst and the opportunity to  learn something about our  heritage and traditions! Come  and enjoy!  It's the Pender Harbour and  Egmont Chamber of Commerce's first fund raising event.  All proceeds from ticket sales  go to our community in the  form of an annual award for  the high school, and proceeds  from bar sales at the reception  go to the firemen for the Jaws  of Life.  You can even go to Hospital  Bay at 3:15 to see them leave in  Ian's boat, Calavanter, for the  harbour tour. Or you can take  your own boat and make a  welcoming flotilla. That would  be fun!  Tickets are going fast for the  reception (6:15 pm) and the  banquet (7:30 pm) so hurry to  get yours as space is limited.  They are collector's items on  recycled card stock!  And don't forget the special  Lions pancake breakfast on  Saturday at Lions Hall. It's for  families too.  If you need a ride to any  event, please call Ann at  883-2689 or Jo at 883-1108.  Mulroney  signature  'mistake'  Prime Minister Brian  Mulroney refused to sign the  original Earth Day Proclama-  tion recently, when invited to do  so by Mr. John McConnell,  founder of the First Earth Day,  held in 1970.  The original leather-bound,  hand-lettered proclamation has  the signatures of world leaders  who have dedicated themselves  to improving the globfd environment. The document was  returned by the Prime  .Minister's office, with an exact  outline of his signature whited  out.  A spokesman for the PM  says the signature was a  "mistake". The proclamation is  ���being delivered to other world  leaders who can't fail to notice  Brian Mulroney's smudge .between the signatures of New  York Mayor Dinkins and New  Democrat leader Audrey  McLaughlin.  Public  waking up  to waste  by Rose Nicholson  The general .public is beginning to wake up to the serious environmental problem of toxic  wastes and hazardous  substances that are part of the  modern way of life.  But the problem now is, how  do we dispose of all the  pesticides, paint thinners, cleaning fluids, old car batteries, used motor oil and the multitude  of other poisonous substances  that we have been ignorantly using to provide us with the good  life?  Disposal of these substances  is expensive, and where do we  put them?  This problem was tackled at  the May 4 meeting of the Sunshine Coast Environmental  Task Force.  "The Waste Management  Branch has given us a list of  guidelines of what to do with  these things," said Chairman  Bob Graham, "but there is no  provincial money available for  the costs of disposal. None of  the local governments have  money in their budgets for this  either. Some of the bigger  disposal companies charge as  much as $6 a gallon to dispose  of waste materials."  Coast Association for the  Protection of the Environment  (CAPE) member Pam Robbins  suggested enlisting the help of  Bruce Wallace of Sunshine  Coast Waste Disposal Services.  "He's been very helpful to us. It  might be possible to create a  hazardous waste disposal site on  the Coast," she suggested.  "That would be less  expensive."  "I'm all for dealing with it  locally," added Jeremy Frith.  "When we get to the point  where we don't have the expertise, then we can bring in someone from outside."  After further discussion, it  was agreed by the members of  the task force that a strongly  worded letter be sent to the  minister requesting financial  assistance.  Member of  ST0R  ALLIED...  The Careful Movers  '"���   iWrifii  ��� 10,000 sq. ft. of heated, gov't approved storage.  ��� Dust-free storage in closed wooden pallets.  LEU WMV'S TRANSFER LTR.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local & Long Distance Moving  Pender Harbour Customers  HWY. 101, GIBSONS      Please CALL COLLECT IIS-2SM  NOTICE OF  INTERRUPTION TO  WATER SERVICE  Residents of Lower Gibsons in the area  bounded by Winn Road, Gower Point Road  and Franklin Road will experience periodic  short (Vi hour approx.) interruptions of  water service during the period April 10th,  1990 to May 31st, 1990, between the hours  of 9:00 A.M. and 4:30 P.M. The interruptions  will be for the purpose of valve and water-  main maintenance. 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N  John Hind-Smith exhibits a wedge from a yellow cedar tree 1178  yean old which wis taken from the Tetrahedron area.  ���Penny Fuller photo  Ancient trees  need protection  Dating of yellow cedar from  t the Tetrahedron e\rea indicates  tehat some very old trees are  threatened by this summers'  logging plans.  A slice taken from a stump  near Tannis Lake was displayed  in a Tetrahedron Alliance contest during Earth Day. Passers-  by estimated its age and a segment was sent to Vancouver for  dating.  "With an official ring count  of 1178 years plus a rotten core  of one to two hundred years, we  were all suprised," commented  Alliance representative Chris  Beach. "This stump was  selected at random and larger  trees remaining in the vicinity  may well be older.. Interfor  plans to log yellow cedar in the  area this summer."  Last Thursday, John Hind-  : Smith presented the dated segment to contest Winner Michele  Maedel of Granthams Landing.  Her estimate was only five years  on the high side. Along with  others who attended Earth Day  at Sunnycrest Mall she was  under the impression that the  Tetrahedron is already protected.  Chris Beach pointed out that  none of it is protected at present.  "This slice is from a clear-cut  located just outside the .boundary of a proposed wilderness  area. But there is disagreement  over the amount of land it  should include. This year's proposed cut blocks lie in disputed  territory between Edwards and  Bachelor Lakes.  "There hasn't even been an  opportunity to assess the  significance of these trees. They  will tie lost unless the Ministry  of Forests moves quickly to  preserve the Jtrea between the  five lakes as well as the alpine  region. All it requires is that one  three-hundreth part of the Sunshine Coast timber supply area  be set aside."  GiJ*��"8f District  ���raiy  Tues  Wed.  Thurs  Sal.  ST��RVTIME  9'30-5pm  Wed  3 pm  10 am  j ATHIRDANNUAL .^.    a      .  When: Sunday, May 27th  Where: Rockwood Centre (Sechelt)  Time: 10:00 am ��� 5:00 pm  ��� Astrology  ��� Crystals  ��� Herbs  ��� Readings  ROCKWOOD CEN1  ��� Reflexology  ��� Festival Tea  ��� Music  ��� Speakers  Come and onloy  tha festivities!  (Data Fee 11)  Second Section  Health of feeding birds endangered?  Mort disposal causes concern  by Rose Nicholson  The Waste Management  Branch of the Ministry of Environment is concerned about  the fish mort composting operation  at  the  Sunshine Coast  Regional District (SCRD) land  fill site.  A letter from Dennis Barlow  of Waste Management stated  that there is "an unacceptable  risk" to the eagles, herons and  other birds that are feeding on  Sechelt Legion Pipe  Band pick of  Apple Bloseom time  On Friday, May 4 and Saturday, May 5 members, families  and friends of the .Sechelt  Legion Pipes and Drums joined  with the Courtenay and Campbell River Legion Pipe Bands on  a trip to Wenatchee, Washington to participate in the Apple  Blossom Parade.  They travelled together on  two international buses. On arrival in Wenatchee, band  members donned uniforms and  led the Gassic Car Pwade on  Friday night.  Saturday morning the massed  band paraded with about 153  other drum and bugle bands  and floats in the two and one  half hour parade. Also participating from BC were the  PNE and Penticton floats.  The combined pipe band received first prize in the Special  Entry category and were  presented with a plaque. The  American Legion proved to be  good hosts and appreciated the  piping and drumming performances given by band memb<ers  on Saturday night.  The teenagers of the bands  enjoyed the fun and excitement  of busy Wenatchee and especially enjoyed the midway and  the 'cruisin', which went officially down the main street  and up the other parallel street  lasting all evening and well into  the small hours.  The Sechelt Legion Pipe  Band meets Thursday nights at  7 pm in the Sechelt Legion Hall.  Anyone requiring information  please contact band manager  Don Karnaugh at 886-7084.  The band is led under the  direction of pipe major Alex  (Ian) Buchanan.  improperly covered dead fish  "due to the unknown effect of  antibiotics and cleaning solutions present in the fish waste;  there is an unacceptable odour  generated at the site; and containment of fish waste and runoff is not properly managed."  The composting operation is  due to come up for review at the  end of May and Barlow requested that "specific solutions  to address the concerns should  then be presented to Waste  Management as a proposed  amendment to the Operating  Plan."  The matter was discussed at  the   May   17   SCRD   Public  Utilities Committee meeting.  "The composting operation  does not have a disposal permit  because. they are not  disposing," explained Chairman Jim Gurney. "But because  they are operating on our site,  we have the permit and we are  responsible.  "I suggest that we strike a  committee with people from the  Aequaculiure .Association, the  operator, the conservation officer, Agriculture and Fishetries,  and Fisheries and Oceans."  The motion was passed and  will go forward as a recommendation to the regular meeting of  the SCRD.  "f 16.  Coast News, May 21,1990  King off Safoci  jUSTB0WLSd  GUILD  B0vl^  Just .Bowls Ii aa exciting display of the diverse possibilities of  creativity to be explored through this medium. The display is on  at the Hunter Gallery in Gibsons. -Kent SkcridH photo  At The Arts Centre  Jazz quartet  In the last year, the Babayaga  String Quartet has captured the  attention of jazz buffs on the  West Coast. Attired in black  Spandex and hooked up to  amplifiers, the group defies the  audiences' expectations of whal  a string quartet is supposed to  be.  All four memebers (Claude  Guiguere and Paula Wise,  violin; Marie-Claude Brunei,  viola; and Kristl Armstrong,  cello) have a strong classical  foundation and work in several  of   Vancouvers'   orchestras  VI Gowet Pi ReJ        eW-7744  l**"^1  (Vancouver Opera Orchestra,  Vancouver Symphony, CBC  Vancouver Chamber Orchestra  to name a few.)  Three of them teach at the  Vancouver Academy of Music.  But in search of a challenge,  Babayaga has moved in a new  direction towards the adventure  of jazz.  Through close collaboration  with Canadian composers, they  have developed a fresh approach to the string quartet  presenting a unique sound and  an atypical stage presence.  John White, Director of  Visual and Performing Arts at  Ihe Burnaby School District has  commented, "Their ability to  bring to life the excitement of  the string quartet medium and  expand our vision for its. potential has rekindled interest in  many of us and has initiated an  interest in those who become acquainted with the gendre for the  first time."  Babayaga appears at a coffeehouse concert at the Arts  Centre in Sechelt on May 26 at 8  pm.  Tickets are $8 at the Arts Centre, Coast Bookstore, Seaview  Market, Books and Stuff &  talewind Books.  WORD OF MOUTH  presented by  College of Dental Surgeons of EC  DENTAL CARE ON A SHOESTRING  BUDGET  Although many British Columbians have some lorn ol dental Insurance  coverage, there is a small portion ol the population who find dentistry  difficult to budget lor. Pensioners and others on llxed Incomes may find  that their limited finances simply donl keep up with the rising cost of  Inflation. A* a result, many goods and .services such as dental car* may  be deemed as non-essential.  However, It's Important to realize that for the price of toothpaste and  dental floss, 95% of dental care can be done by Individuals at home.  Regular proper brushing and flossing habits will dramatically lower the  cost ot professional services. Poor home care is cited as one of two  reasons why patients usually lace larger bills. The dental team points to  patients who avoid tegular dental visits as the second reason. Their  dental prot>lems go undetected until they become large, complex and  thus more expensive to treat.  For those who want to maintain their teeth but are concerned about tha  costs Involved, start by .making a dental appointment for an examination  and consultation. A general exam will cost about $20. X-rays, If needed,  will range from approximately $9 to $57, depending on the number  required. At this point your dentist can determine tha status of your  dental health, outline treatment costs 11 required and, alxwe all, suggest  Improvements In home cat* that ran reduce future costs. Price-  sensitive patients can then discuss extended payment arrangements or  an affordable treatment schedule that can provide can over a period of  time.  The dental profession continues to Investigate way* of malting high-  quality dental care more accessible to all residents of British Columbia.  Omastcoeaalu\prorimm,\m?kmeiittsd  ,kt the 1960*, wn the establishment of four low-cost denture clinics In  tha Lower Mainland and Victoria. Low-cost dental care Is also provided  by supervised students In dental, dental hygiene and certified dental  assisting schools. However, there are no wide-ranging solutions to  dental coats on tha Immediate horizon, and wa must continue to  encourage Indlvlduats to usethe learn approach" to good dental health.  Tha lem afiproacfi starts with an Individual's conscientious oral  hygiene program and Includes maintenance care provided at the dental  office. It requires open communication with tha dentist about any  financial concern*, budgeting, and most of ail, Individual commltmant.  Today, although It may be Impractical for everyone to have Ideal  oxnpretwnslvo dautiatiy padortnati, a mouth free ol disease Is Indeed  aiMUetlcgoal.  >e\9wiaWtnay&ii*awmmrwa%iAv. WMtMoMeoe.  mmmmamtaata *%%*"���<* aim eeatmwt, mim* eneMeeammlmlr  a**.- mi^atmiam,Cmmaa��arDmmiammammafa.C^atilmeOe\1Tm��.  Arcade of Mysteries  by Peter Trowtr  "Welcome to our little emporium," the elderly man says  in a solemn voice that fails to  mask a certain eagerness. "Permit me to introduce myself. The  name is Wilson, Herbert Emerson Wilson."  Those who happen to have  heard of their notorious host  before, are duly impressed.  They eye him warily. It is hard  to equate this mild-mannered,  well-spoken individual with his  flamboyant legend. But it must  be the same person. They  wonder what he did with all the  money he is reputed to have  stolen.  There are a few questions  about the content of the bizarre  paintings. Wilson fields them  with aplomb. "I paint only the  truth as I saw it and see it," he  declares, somewhat pontifically.  The lurid canvasses are optimistically priced in the $400  range. There are no takers.  Herb Wilson is full of enthusiasm for his latest project.  The role of entrepreneur is a  familiar one and he falls back  into it easily. He has sold rugs,  furniture and hopeless chances  on rigged wheels in carnivals.  He has sold salvation to  repentant sinners on the tent-  show circuit and nitroglycerine  lo New York mobsters in  shadowy underworld haunts.  And for the past decade or  more, he has ebeen doggedly selling his own myth.  Herb Wilson's hunger for  publicity hits sharpened over the  years. He fervently hopes that  this black museum-cum-art  gallery will stir up a bit of controversy in the papers. ("I don't  care what they write about me,"  he is fond of averring, "as long  as they write.")  The basic idea for the .Arcade  of Mysteries has been in the  back of Herb's mind for some  years. It saw ils first incarnation  in the village of Horseshoe Bay,  the previous year, as a more  conventional art gallery. But a  local ordinance forbade the  charging of admission. Now  Wilson has moved into the city  with his wife, Amelia, engaged  his friend, Jack Bird as the convict pitchman and set up the  present augmented display.  In addition to the paintings,  the Arcade of Mysteries contains numerous other items of  ghoulish interest. One of them  is a batt<ered steamship trunk,  reposing innocuously in one  corner. "Believe it or not, my  friends," Wilson confides  casually, placing a hand on the  lid, "this very piece of luggage  was once employed by a murderer called The Fox to hide the  body of the innocent young girl  he kidnapped and brutally killed."  (The grey walls of Murderer's  Row in San Quentin are never  too far from Herb Wilson's  thoughts. The 18 months he  spent there among the condemned men, perhaps the most  harrowing of his life, still rise  unbidden to haunt him. The  Fox was the most infamous  killer to walk the last mile during Wilson's tenure on Death  Row.  He recalls clearly that crafty  handsome face. But time has  dulled the. deep contempt he  once felt for the cowardly killer.  It is almost 40 years since The  Fox balanced the books with his  life.)  Wilson moves from the trunk  to a related artifact, a coil of  rope sitting on a small table. Its  ominous slip noose is prominently displayed. "I suppose  most of you will recognize what  this is," he observes drily. "Just  such a rope broke the neck of  The Fox and countless more like  him.  This particular length of  hemp served its purpose at  Oakalla Prison, several years  ago. I was privileged to acquire  it from the official Canadian  hangman who goes only under  the name of Mr. Ellis. I am told  that particular execution was  conducted cleanly and without  incident. Such, unfortunately, is  not always the case. A slight  misjudgement in body-weight  or length of drop can result in  strangulation or even decapitation!"  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It  means a home built by a trained, certified  Quality Plus Builder - a home that has been  monitored and certified by the Canadian  Homebuilders' Association of B.C.  Quality Plus is an advanced  system of design and construction     /  incorporating the latest Power  Smart advances in heating, clean  air ventilation, and insulation. The  Quality Plus Home is one  designed for today's lifestyles, for  people who are discriminating  about workmanship, energy  efficiency and comfort in their  living space.  A Quality Plus Home  looks like any other. The  difference is inside, where   j  you live. You enjoy a '  protected environment and  a clean, quieter, more comfortable home  with lower ongoing maintenance costs.  Another point to consider: resale value. In  today's volatile real estate market, it's  difficult to predict where the market  will be when you might want to sell.  With all the features of Quality  Plus construction, your home has  added value, whatever the  market conditions. Find out  about Quality Plus before you  buy a new home. <4nd  remember, if it doesn't have  the Quality Plus Certificate,  it isn't a Quality Plus Home.  Whatall  the best addressed  new homes are  wearing this year.  Builder currently building    Puchalski Construction  Quality Plus Home:    1615 Clover Road  Gibsons, B.C. 885-9208  BC hydro CS  CANADIAN HOME BUILDERS'  I ASSOCIATION OF BRITISH COLUMBIA  in partnership with:  BC Gas ��� New Home Warranty Program of B.C. and the Yukon ��� West Kootenay Power ��� National R-2000 .Program  am Coast News, May 21,1990  17.  Rhythm-  of Life  ^^  Know-lt-alls  cause stress  ||*GIBSONS  <��)LEGION  WLW   Branch 109  Members and Cuesis Welcome  by Penny tmtet  Kay Bethell of the Vancouver Hiflyers wowed the crowd with  the aerial dance of the six-kite 'boomer' at Davis Bay last  Sunday. -Jeff Carpenter photo  Kites dazzle  by Jeff Carpenter  A crowd of onlookers, young  and old, stood in amazement at  the incredible aerial stunts and  tricks put on by two kite-flying  members of the Vitncouver  Hiflyers at Davis toy last Sunday.  Stunts included high-speed  propeller-bladed spins,  kamikaze dive-bombs (narrowly  missing this reporter's head)  and last second pullouts, sharp  wind-defying reversals and  turns and a low altitude hovering stunt which had a 'boomer'  hanging motionless mere inches  above the heads of a group of  obviously delighted youngsters.  Ray Bethell, founder of the  Hiflyers, and 14 year old Sage  Marie, youngest member of the  kite-flying group, spoke to the  Coast News about the history  and future of the Vancouver  Hiflyers, while displaying their  skill with the modified wind  powered contraptions.  .Bethell said he got the idea of  getting involved in lute-flying as  a sport 10 years ago in Hawaii.  Cable 11  Tuesday, May 22  5:30 p.m.  Drug Awareness Week Special  Darian Seed hosts a panel  discussion on the problems of  drug and alcohol abuse on the  COaSt- a: ,0.  6:30 p.m.  Parliamentary Talkback  Harold  Retcher hosts this  month's program that allows  viewers to talk to their federal  and provincial representatives.  7:30 p.m.  This New House Part 1  Getting Started  Shaw Cable White Rock produced an eight-part series on  building your own home. The  first part deals with lot selection  and building permits.  8:00 p.m.  b Your Yard Addicted  To Drugs?  Carole Rubin talks with host  Qint .Davy about the use of  organic fertilizers.  9:00 p.m.  This New House Part 2  Wednesday, May 23  7:00 p.m.  ESP TV News  Thursday, .May 24  5:00 p.m.  The SPCA Be Kind To Animals  Month Show  Live  6:00 p.m.  Economic Development  6:30 p.m.  This New House Part 3  7:00 p.m.  Hie GST  Live Phone-in  Harold Fletcher talks with tax  interpretation   officer   Stuart  Coffee from Revenue Canada  aebout the new General Sales  Tax and how it will affect you  as a Canadian.  SKM p.m.  Coasl Profiles  Join Stan Dixon and his guest  Father John Fitzgerald OMI for  another of Stan's informative  programs.  8:30 p.m.  School Board Speaks Oat  S0U1H'COAST FORI)  BR.r> :i?81   "I saw them flying in competitions there and I thought  that was something 1 could do  back in Canada."  In the years since, Bethell has  flown in many international  competitions and has formed  the Vanrouver Hiflyers.  Sage Marie was hand-picked  by .Bethell as a promising young  kite-flyer and allowed to join  the 'elite team' of Hiflyers.  Marie has been stunt-flying  for just under a year and says all  you need to start, along with  dedication and some degree of  skill is "$200 for a dual line  stumer with lines included."  While Marie stuck to flying  his 'peregrine' kite, Bethell  preferred to alternate between a  'skydart' and a 'boomer', a  parallel construction of six kites  flown in unison in a strange  deltoid chorus line.  When not in use, Bethell  planted the kite line's handgrip  in the sand, but, as Bethell  showed when he flew both kites  in an impressive display of two-  fisted determination, sometimes  there was no need for any anchoring.  Marie hasn't yet competed in  any stunt flying events, but  plans on attending two this  summer at Harrison Hot  Springs on June 3 and at .Long  Beach on June 29 and 30.  With feet plants firmly on  the ground and eyes set on the  open sky, anything is possible  for this boy with a kite.  Everyone knows someone  who 'knows it all'. These people  can be stressful to be around,  especially if you think you know  something. Of course the more  you know, the more annoying  you find the know-it-alls. If you  know it all, you will find it  unbearable to be around them.  People bom when the Sun is  in Gemini (May 21 to June 22)  may often find themselves enduring the informative diatribes  of people who know it all. This  can be attributed to the Reflective Nature of the universe.  Whatever we observe in  others we will always find in  ourselves, with a little hon��t introspection. Those people who  annoy us most, are reflecting  something in us that we don't  want to look at.  .Easy now, don't rip up the  paper yet. As the people who  really get to you flash through  your mind, it's perfectly natural  to be repulsed by the idea that  they are in any way, shape or  form a reflection of you. Most  people reading this will think,  "Boy, she's really off the wall  this time."  If you are experiencing those,  or similar feelings, you're normal. And if you're normal (as in  not a saint) there tire aspects of  your behaviour that some might  not like. Mayt>e you don't even  like them or want to look at  them. So the universe conveniently provides you with a  magnified version in someone  else. That's right, magnified.  For example, in the case of  Geminis, there is a tendency to  be insatiable in your thirst for  knowledge. For that reason  when young, you tend to drive  your parents and teachers crazy  with questions. Once you  discover books and are able to  read, you know you've found  heaven.  Then you hit your teens and  realize you know much more  than the people around you.  This belief may fade as you  mature, but because you tiave  been asking questions and  reading, there is some validity in  your self-evaluation. You probably do know about a lot of  things.  Because you value knowledge, it is this aspect of yourself  you will offer people when you  want them to like you. You may  not realize that in the process  you can get carried away and  come across as what you most  abhor - a know-it-all.  This is not really an ego trip,  or your experience of yourself  so you may not realize the affect  of your behaviour on others.  That's when the universe shoves  a larger-than-life version in your  face, just to make sure you  notice it.  Think about it. Forget about  your inner experience and try to  get an idea of what others are  percriving. The two are hardly  ever the same.  The people we dislike most  are our best teachers. They  allow us to observe ourselves  from a detached perspective. If  you feel surrounded by a particular kind of behaviour you  don't like, shrink it down and  see if you can't identify it as  your own.  There is a less irritating side  to this process. You know the  people in your life that you really admire and respect? They are  also reflections of you. So take  credit for the good and use the  negative as a way to teim  about yourself.  True  Colors  Royal Canadian Legion 140    *  SECHELT {��*  Due to the success of   w  Friday steak dinners  wili continue through June.  6-8 pm  Entertainment starts at 8 pm.   Members & Guests Welcome   Sechelt Celebration Days  will be on Sunday, July 1  Various events will take place.  Get your floats ready for the parade.  For more information call 885-5881.  ,   m ���*������  iiM��a����i��  Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  A listing of  restaurants  and pubs  oiflce  Cwt  It's not often that I visit the same eating establishment  twice in one week. Not often, that is, unless that place is more  than just a place to eat, a neighbourhood pub. And that's  what the Cedars is. A nearby friendly place where anybody  can come and relax after a hard day's work. Construction  workers, business people, a wide cross-section of people come  to the Cedars neighbourhood pub. Everyone's welcome.  There's plenty to do when you're not talking to friends.  There are dart boards, two TV screens (for those who need  their TSN fix), pinball games, and tabletop video .games.  The atmosphere was rdaxed and comfortable, with a  nautical theme conveyed through the decor. Wooden timbers,  picture of sailing ships, a stylized porthole, and an engraved  inscription over the bar add to the authenticity of the bar being a sailor's home port.  Apart from the bar itself, and its many activities, is the  friendly service and hot, hearty food, pwfect for watching a  baseball game or playing a game of darts.  I chose a beef dip on my first visit, thinly sliced roast beef  on a toasted bun served with piping hot French frws.  On my second outing I enjoyed 'Cedars Own Burger', a  bulging hamburger overflowing with bacon, mushrooms, lettuce, tomato and cheese. Just thinking about them makes me  feel full.  Following both satisfying meals I ate a Caesar salad, crisp  green lettuce leaves in a tangy sauce, chock full of crunchy  croutons.  1 wonder if I'll pop in on the weekend?  Andy's Restaurant- Every Wednesday flight is PrifiK Rib Night. House  specialties induete veal dishes, steaks,  seafood, pasta, pizza, Thai food, and lots  of NEW dishes. Don't miss Andy's great  UruiKh Buffet every Sunday from  I lam-2:J0. Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388.  Cltek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual alnxespherec. We serve rack of  lamb, duck, crab, dams, scallops, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6 pm. Cosed  Mondays A Tuesdays. V. MC. 40 seals.  Mariners' Restaurant - On the  waterfront with one of the mosl spec-  facular views in Gibsons, the .Mariners'  specializes in fresh and live seafood, and  also offers a full range of lunch and dinner entrees. Both menus change daily,  with factitious daily specials. Marine  Drive, Gibsons Landing, 886-2334. Monday to Saturday: Lunch 11-3, Monday lo  Saturday: Dinner 5-10 and Semday 5-9.  Sunday Bntnch 11-3. 100 seals. V. M.C.  The Omega Pisa, Steak And  Lobster House - With a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good time at-  Mvr/n n/s/v,  mosphere, the Omega is a peopte-  watchcr's rearaelise. Cast members of The  Beachcombers can usually be found dining here. Menu includes pizza, pe��a,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and seafood  are their specialties. Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average flintier for two: $20. Reservations recommended. Located in Gibsons  Landing al 1538 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open Sun-Thurs, 11:30 am -10  pm, Fri and Sat 11:30 am ��� 10:30 pm.  Seals 145.  Pronto's Restaurants Two locations  lo serve you. Both serve an extensive  variety of pizza, steak, pasta, lasagne,  tit*,, souvlaki in a delightful family atmosphere. Children's menu available. All  dinner enfrees include garlic bread and a  device of soup or salad. Average family  meal for four about $15-520. Located at  Wharf Rd., Sechdt. 885-1919; and on  Highway 101, across from Gibsons  Medical ante, Gibsons, 88MI38.  The Parthenon Greek Tavern  l exated on ihe esplanade in downtown  Sechdt. We specialize in Greek Cuisine,  fresh seafood, steaks, pasta, and pizza.  Open 6 elays a week - Tues. through  Thurs., from 11 am -10 pm and Fri. a  Sat., II am - 11 pm. We are open for  lunch - try our daily luncheon specials.  Lunch is saved from II am - 3 pm.  Reservations recommended. We also  have take-out - pizza, rites, pasta, Greek  food and much morel 885-1995 or  885-2833. Kalherina ��� Hostess.  The Wharf ��� Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets  from every table. Continental cuisine and  seafood al its best. Sunday Brunch from  II am ��� 2 pm. Fully licensed and air-  conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub ���  Great food every day all day. Appetizers  and full menu along with terrific daily  specials, available 'till 9 pm every night.  We're known for our great atmosphere  and good times. Sun. - Thurs. open 'till  midnight, Fri. & Sal. open 'till 1 am. See  you at the Ceian, home of the "other"  Bruno. Visa, .Mastercard and reservations  accepted. 88641171.  s Landing Marine Pub  Eoxllein lunches, dtnners and appefizets  served in a frienelly aerd casual waterfront  pub setting overlooking the mouth of  Pender Harbour. Prime rib every Satur-  flay. FTee tmwrage available for boaters  viaatiitg with us. We're loafed at the end  of Irvine's Landing Road, and we're open  7 days a week from 11 am to 11 pm. Pub  open llam-llepm. Kitchen open llam-  I0pm.ail 883-1145.  Suiting  LordJhi  Friday, April 6 we wH be open for limited  how. Cai fa addUoiial inf  883-70M.  Ruby Lake Resort - Picturesque  lakeside setting, poa-emd4ieam dining  room, children's play area and tame  swans are pan of Ruby Lake Resort's  charm. Sunday sfrttxgftsbord features  baron of beef and other rn* meal dishes,  a beautiful salad bar and hofinMnade  desserts. Atisoluiely superb prime rib on  Friday. Breakfast from 6:30 am, lunch  from II am and dinner from 4:30 to 8  pm. Daily specials, licenced, reasonable  prices, menus have somethifig for  everyone, on- and off-premises catering.  Hwy 101 just north of Pender Harbour,  good highway access and parking for  vehicles of all sizes. 883-22*9.  Ernie & Gwen's Drive In- Take  out, or delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  bursas, chicken, desserts, drinks, ice  cream. Free home delivery within 4 miles,  alter 6 pm only, on $10 minimum orders.  Small charge for orders under $10. Open  hue every night. Hwy. 101, Gibsons.  816-7813.  PAID ADVEtniSetMENTff  5  riMHIMliMii  M8M ix>ast News, May 21,1990  Slo-pitch ball  by Mark .Benson  1.KAGUE STANDINGS  Stenner's Thunderbolts gained sole possession of first place  by upsetting Cedars Pub 12-11  in the Cedars Mixed Slo-Pitch  League last week. It was the  first loss of the season for the  Cedars who won the League  and Play-off Championship last'  'year.  In the big game, Cedars  jumped out to an early 3-2 lead  but the Thunderbolts battled  back to lead 6-5 by the bottom  of the fourth inning. Stenner's  built their lead up to 8-5 by the  end of the fifth.  The Cedars exploded with  five runs in the sixth and  another in the seventh to lead  11-9. But with last bats, the  undefeated 'Bolts saw a chance  for a win.  First, Bob Stevens made it  home to narrow the margin to  11-10. With two outs and runners on second and third, Steve  Hoops drove in the game tying  and winning RBIs to win 12-11.  Gibsons Auto Body beat the  Coors Scummbies 10-9. Steve  Carey was the hero for GAB  with a late game winning home  run.  Cedars  a*<;  GBS  GAB  l"t��  Coon  Creek  Wreck  Wahoos  Commuters  WLTP  e CM  I  111  i ete  t tie  3 e e  6 e 4  s e 4  5 2 2  6 0 2  6 ��� 2  0 6 11  0 7 0 0  NEXT WEEK'S GAMES:  Monday, May 21: Commuters vs. Coors at Cedar  Grove; GAB vs. Creekers at  Langdale N; Thunderbolts vs.  A&G at Langdale S; Wrecks vs.  Blasters at Brothers 2.  Wednesday, May 23: Cedars  vs. GBS at Brothers 3; Pigs vs.  Wahoos at Cedar Grove; Coors  vs. Stenner's at Langdale N;  Blasters vs. Commuters at  Langdale N.  Thursday, May 24: Creekers  vs. Wrecks at Langdale N; Pigs  vs. GAB at Langdale S.  Sunday, May 27: Wahoos vs.  GBS at Langdale N; A&G vs.  Cedars at Langdale S.  \  r                          Sunshine Coast  Equestrian Club  Sunday, May 27  A  9:00 am Start  ?  Judge: Daphne Brown ol Vancouver, BC.  9  CONCESSION AVAILABLE - FREE ADMISSION  1  Entry Forms available at Quality Farm & Garden, Ellinghatn  ���"it  Stables, Village Hobby Brew, Sechelt.  ?:  ^                       For more Information call 885-7243  FLYER SALE  Continues!  Up to 50% off  Selected Items.  Many In-Store  SPECIALS  atlas  OFFICE SOLUTIONS LTD.  5511 Wharf St., Sechelt  Phone 865-4489 Fax 885-4696  ��0>*  S.C   GOll   AMD COUNTRY CLUB  Monday night Twilight  byFraakNa  Things really picked up on  Monday, May 7 at the mixed  twilight when 43 players turned  out. I hear the bar host was really kept busy mixing lemonade  and some of the other more exotic items ordered.  The winners of the TioTac-  Toe event were Louise Dorais  and Cliff Salahub with a net 18,  followed by five teams all tied  for second place! Harry Cargo  picked up the men's longest  drive and took home the prize  donated by Macieods Hardware.  Late news from the  twilighters of April 30 is that  Mary Orr won closest to the  hole on the 17th along with the  prize donated by Ann-Lynn  Florist and Gifts. Maureen  Heaven and partner Bill Clark  won the scramble played that  day.  The Thursday senior men's  event was won by the team of  Cliff Salahub with Glen Davies,  Joe Mellis, Bill Skelcher and  Larry Boyd. In this went the  four best scores of the five  players are used. Gordon Dixon's team were proud winners  of the wooden objects.  Bob McKenzie picked up a  win for closest to the pin on the  8th.  Please take note that the  Senior Men's Eclectic will be  run off on June 7 and 14, in  place of regular play on these  mornings. It is open to all pud  up me-mbers of the senior men's  group whose age is 55 or more.  The directors' tournament is  to be held on Sunday, May 27.  This event is open to all  members who are or have in the  past served on the board of  directors. Please sign up at the  club if intending to play in  either of these events.  Sidelines - Stu Lefeaux made  a beautiful drive on the 5th last  week. His ball flew high and  straight, rolled onto the green,  and disappeared. Was it in the  hole?  The excitement was supreme  as Stu led a very high-speed  walk (trot?) down the fairway  to confirm the possible hole in  one. Sadly, we found the ball  had run a few feet past the hole.  Stu however, in his usual calm,  well controlled, almost unconcerned manner, made his  putt for par. Better luck next  time Stu.  Remember golf also has two  official language, English and  eProfanity.  3:55 14.6  ,.  2311:20 .8  flWE 6:45 15.0  11:45 11.0  Relarance: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Tlma  3:35 11.1  28 7:50 12.914  MO 3:10 2.0  10:55 15.5U  leer aomlreplejaieee In toe aach ff.olelaa.  ��eed 1 mm. foe aach fl. of fall  Boats In-Stock  TIDELINE  MARINE  5637 Wharf Rd  Sechelt  885-4141        ^  Pender Golf  Tic-Tac-Toe winners  by Jerry Holmes  The Monday night Twilite  results are worth reporting for a  couple of reasons:  1) Moni Langham and Neil  Reeder posted a low gross of 46.  Not bad! In fact, pretty darn  good!  2) Low net of 9.5 was alleged  to have been scored by the team  of C. (like in Cathy) McQuitty  and J. (like in Jay) Deyman.  This remarkable score suggests  one of three possible explanations, a) They didn't count/play  all required holes, b) Their handicaps should have been subject  to a federal court of enquiry, c)  They actually are great competitive golfers.  Readers are required to select  one of the above. Alternative  "C" is recommended."  Tied for second and third low  net were the team of Mary  Roop/Milt Watson and Shirley  Dumma/Bob Sagansky. Sylvia  Whirlwell found the sweet spot  on her five wood to grab the  K.P. on the third hole, and  Dutch Haddon, proving that he  is only moderately stronger than  Sylvia did the same trick with  his six wood.  The special driving competition, designed to allow the  straight hitters, rather than the  pure ball whackers, to show  their prowess, was won by  Janice Watson, who smoothed  her tee shot to within four fejet  six inches of the marker on HI.  Bobo Sagansky was the men's  winner at four teel five inches.  Rumours started by eye  witnesses that his drive, while  V  The  Beachcombers  We're Back for  Our 19th &  Final Season  Will be casting extras  Thurs., May 31 & Fri., June 1  Call for Appointment 886-7811  straight, was probably not over  100 yards, are no doubt  misleading.  Jim Buntain won the special  drive, enroute to his prize winning low net of 29.5 in the  Seniors outing on Tuesday. Se  cond at 32.5 was Hugh Magin-  nis and tied for third were Ernie  Holloway, Bill Jack and Bobo  Sagansky. Bill Jack's K.P. on  #3 must have served him well in  his search for the gold.  The King is dead! Long live  the King! For the past two years  Ernie Holloway has reigned as  Men's Match Play champion,  but no more! When the 1990  version was completed on  Saturday, Ernie relinquished his  title to the pride of Garden Bay,  Jim' Menzies. Congratulations,  King James!  Guess  Where?  (Hint ��� 886-9415)  sponsored by  Super Valu  Any way you Slice it  the Classifieds bring results]  ��    ��    *    *    a    ft  GIBSONS  BUILDING SUPPLIES!  TWO LOCA TIONS   sunshine coast highway qiisons  wham and dolphin sechht  laae-laa  ItakaaaaeMfl  llaeeeaaeee  HMiai  letVlllt  ITatFrNIMMiti Coast News, May 21,1990  Ladtes'  fastball  Nine elementary schools participated la the second annual track  and Held games at Chatelech Secondary School. High school  students manned the concession while the younger kids competed  la shot put, 50 metre dash, baseball throw, and other events.  ���Mt Carpeat.tr photo  The ladies fastball season has  started off with a great bang.  This year's teams are all out  there and ready to give it all  they've got.  This year's league game  scores go as follows:  Wakefield 5 ��� Roberts Creek  5; Eagles 9-TBS 8.  April 25: Cedars 7 - Eagles 5;  TBS 13 - Wakefield 2.  April 26: Cedars 2 - Roberts  Creek 0.  ���May 1: Roberts Creek 17  -Eagles 3.  May 2: Cedars 9 - Wakefield  3.  May 3: Cedars 9 - TBS 3;  Wakefield 4 - Eagles 3.  May 8: Wakefield 4 - TBS 8;  Eagles 3 - Cedars 4.  May 9: Cedars 1 ��� Roberts  Creek 7.  May 10: TBS - Eagles (scores  not available; Roberts 7  -Wakefield 6.  Next week's games are:  May 15: Wakefield vs.  Cedars; Roberts Creek vs. TBS.  Hackett Park.  May 16: Cedars vs. TBS at  Brothers Park.  May 17: Roberts Creek vs.  Eagles at Hackett Park.  SC Track & Field results  Once more the sun shone on  the 5th Annual Sunshine Coast  Athletics Track and Field meet  held at Chatelech School on  Saturday, April 28th. Almost  300 competitors from 10  schools competed for ribbons  and trophies. Roberts Creek  Elementary sprinted to an early  lead and never looke*d back as  they once more garnered the  overall School Aggregate  Award with 496 points, followed by Gibsons (340 points) and  Sechelt (324 points) in the  Elementary School Division.  Chatelech once more took the  Secondary School Aggregate  with 387 .points, followed closely by the increasingly competitive Pender Harbour Secondary with 340 points.  Individual aggregate trophies  went    to    Glenn    Allen  (Chatelech), Colin Fenn  (Pender Harbour), Steve Bell  (Chatelech), Trent Turner  (Sechelt), Mark Johnson  (.Langdale), Jordy Radymski  (West Sechelt), Ryan Jennings  (Davis Bay), Blake Randall  (Roberts Creek), Jo Percival  (Pender Harbour), Maria Peters  (Chatelech), Devon Brown  (Davis Bay), and Janaki Borns-  tein, Corina Schnyder, Laura  Spani and Robin Lawson all  from Roberts Creek.  The Sunshine Coast Athletics  Track and Field Club would like  to thank all the volunteers who  helped with the meet, especially  those who filled in on the day of  the meet. We would also like to  thank the Sechelt Indian Band  for ones more providing the  trophies and ribbons for the  meet. Without such support,  PHSS team Impresses  The Pender Harbour Senior  Secondary (PHSS) track and  field team continues to build an  impressive reputation for  themselves.  At the recent Sunshine Coast  Allcomers Meet, Pender Harbour gave friendly rivals  Chatelech some close competition. Considering Chatelech has  triple the population, Pender is  doing well.  Aggregate Awards (for each  age group) were won by Jo Percival and Colin Fenn. Almosts  (lost by one point) were Nathan  Gough and Jesse Paquin.  Coming June 17th  ENGLISH  RIDING CLINIC  with Windy EIHott  mf-MMflUrlOff MfWHTfMT  PHONE 115-7143 FOR CAM" ENTDT  Sponsored by  South Coast Equestrian Club  PHSS won four medals and  eight ribbons at the Best in BC  meet at Bear Creek in May.  Jesse Paquin, competing in a  class of competitors a year older  than himself, placed second in  javelin and third in the 1500  metre event. Nathan Gough  placed in all events he entered  and won a second place medal  in javelin.  These kids deserve high praise  from their communities.  They've been training four days  a week for the last six weeks.  They're strong evidence to  dispel the myth that 'youth does  nothing'.  Nathan, Joe David O'Cof-  fey, Jesse and Colin will continue track and field aaivities  with the Sunshine Coast  Athletics Club throughout June  and July.  David, Jo and Colin will  compete this weekend and next  at Swangaard Stadium to  qualify for the BC Summer  Games.  01  It  Your Fishing Report  sponsored by  THE COAST NEWS  and  TRAILBAY  (to/  INTRODUCING  TH11090  FISHING REPORT"  Tha main .point is that  tha "Closures ara Over".  Good Spring Fishing in  most traditional holes.  Bluebacks (small Coho)  have ebeen caught up and  down tha coast.  More apeclfica next  week.  All reports are welcome.  * Don't forget to deposit  any Tagged Heads with ua.  SPECIAL    of    tin:    WELK  DAIWA 375  RIO. S40.SS  N0WS44.SS  tliis popular annual sporting  event would not happen.  In other track and field news,  Sunshine Coast athletes travelled to Bear Creek Park in Surrey on Saturday, May 5, to  compete against athletes from  'Vancouver and other Lower  Mainland area schools in the  Fraser Valley Invitational.  Fourteen medals in all were captured by the local athletes.  The Chatelech Grade 8 girls,  led by triple medal winner  Teresa Hudson (1st in javelin,  2nd in shot put, 3rd in .discus)  and bolstered by Devon Brown  (3rd in high jump) and Christie  Stoochnoff (6th in 100m finals,  5th in discus) finished second in  the 1976 Girls competition.  Other medal winners included  Kathy Cuthbertson (3rd in the  800m), Megan Smith (3rd in  long jump & the 800m), Zoe  Mackenzie (3rd in the 3000m),  Jo Percival (2nd in javelin),  Jesse Paquin (2nd in javelin,  3rd in the 1500m), Steve Bell  (3rd in discus), Glenn Altai (1st  in javelin), and Nathan Gough  (2nd in javelin).  Expedition^torttodiMtmlng  cyclist with an eye for v*yln��.  ��� Modified frame design wltt  a sloping top-tuiw ��M     ���  oversized chromoly  downtu.be which effectively  increases rigidity and  strength.  SPORTS  ��� Shimano 21 speed STI  pushbutton thumbshifters  With Hyperglide cogs for  flawless shifting response.  ��� Qrfppy Tioga Partner John's  Nephew tires. ' ��������� ��� ���;���:4;  ��� Durable Araya VP<J$ alloy  rims with a Shimano quick  release front hub.  ��� Comfortable control enhancing Tioga Bio-Grips.  >3TL  TRAIL AVE & COWRIE ST   SECHELT      885 2512  Summer Houra:  Sunday 10-4:30  Mon-Thurs 0.5:30  Friday 8-1:00  Saturday .9-5:30  iraji ��vt t rowDi! st   sfcKtu     lit hi.  Now is the  time to  get ready for  the proposed  GST.  Help starts with this  GST information kit,  mailed to businesses  across Canada  If you didn't get yours,  or if you have any  questions, call now:  1800561-6990  8ajn.-5pJN.Moii.-Fai.  Or pick up a Idt at your  nearest post office.  Telecommunications  device for the hearing  impaired: 1800406-5770  Prepare Early  ��� You'll receive information on how the  proposed GST applies  to your business.  ��� You'll have plenty of  time to choose the  administrative options  most convenient for you.  ��� You'll know how to  take advantage of tax  rebates on the Federal  Sales Tax.  ��� You can get help to  adapt your accounting  system and prepare  your staff for the change.  ��� As well as getting information and help in person  or by phone, you can  reach a GST question and  answer data base via PC.  Call: 1800267-4500  Revenue Canada is  ready to help you understand and prepare for the  proeposedGST.  Canada's GST. It's good business to prepare now.  ���Al mMmrmCmsmsa        -MeeeeCeMi  ������I CeatemaMelMlM     DoeamatAeaOa.  Canada 20.  Coast News, May 21,1990  ^ COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS"^  By owner, charming 4 immaculate  3 bdrm , 1% balhs.. hone on  spacious corner lot, partial water  view, close to beach and all  amenities. 7755 Redrootts Rd.. or  call 683-4971. #21  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  ���IN PENDER HARBOUR���  The Coast News  (Madeira Park Shopping Cenlre) 883-9099  Marina Pharmacy 883-2888  AC Building Supplies 8839551  ���IN HALFMOON BAY���  B&J Store sas-9435   IN SECHELT   The Coast News  J 3 bdrm, rancher, fireplace, rec  room. i'/f baths., also adjacent  ���W^  vacant lot in new subdivision  ��� Grandview Heights, $159,000  .386-3841. 121  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930  IN DAVIS BAY-  Peninsula Market 885-9721  ��� IN WILSON CREEK���  Wilson Creek Campground 885-5937  ���IN ROBERTS CREEK���  Seaview Market 885-3400   IN GIBSONS   The Coast News  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  The Knit Wit  Sunnycrest Mall  886-2717  DEADLINE IS 3:30 FRIDAY  Spectacular Sechell Inlet view  from this large cleared ready to  buik) on lot in Timber Cieek  Estates past the Arena. Hydro and  water. Price $47,900. 885-7738.  #21  Save Thousands  on the Cost ol  a New Home  Our economical packages  are pre-tabricated to precision in our factory using  quality materials.  Using a hammer and a  handsaw, you and a friend  can assemble a new house  within days.  Vim out Shew Ham on  Lot 74 In Woodcrtek Park,  Construction begins  Tills Week  For Inlormation Call:  ME PRE-FAB HOMES  1-984-3386 or 3844  NOON SATURDAY  AT COAST NEWS OFFICES  SECHELT & GIBSONS  Them's always service with s smile when you  plies your clssslllsds at B & J Store, our Frlsndly  Psopls PIscs In Haltmoon Bsy.  1982 14x70 mobile, fully lenced,  landscaped lot. upper Gibsons.  $75.000.886-2809.        #21sr  Pender Harbour. 2 bdrm. mobile  on private lol, $40,000.  276-2338. #20s  View lot above hwy. opposite  hotel overlooking Pender Harbour. $28,000 OBO. 885-9778.  #19sr  For sale by owner, 'ft acre lot on  Gibsons Bluff, fantastic view! Fully serviced, top access, to view  call 886-8757.  ������      I     #20sr  Lot 16. Creekside subdivision on  mountainview drive in Gibsons.  Large lot on Park ravine side.  $29.500.886-8698. #20sr  Commercial Lot  50'xl20' North Rd. in Gibsons.  886-8866 or 886-9111.  #22s  5 acre corner lot close to  Langdale Ferry, Price $73,000.  886-9049 (owner).  #18ss  By owner, serviced level lot,  70'x150'. Gale Rd., West Porpoise Bay. Sechelt, $22,500.  885-3437. #!9ss  By owner. Hwy. 101 4 Norwest  Bay Rd.. West Sechelt, ft acre  plus. Can sub. Into 2 lots.  $38.500.885-3437.        #19ss  5 acres ALR, view, hydro, merchantable timber. Roberts Creek.  $95,000.886-3422.        #19ss  Beautilul treed lot in Creekside.  Fully serviced. Backs onto ravine,  private sale. 1-530-6207. I20ss  Lot lor sale by owner, cleared,  serviced, close to school, Grand-  view Heights. Gibsons, $35,000.  886-3591. ��1ss  Cozy rancher, 11 years old. 1200  sq. It.. 3 bdrm.. immaculate condition. $75,000. Powell River.  485-6941. ��lss  By owner: Upper Gibsons,  57x123' cleared, on sewer,  quiet cul-de-sac, all new homes,  easy walking distance to schools.  shopping, etc. Asking $28,500.  Call Donnie eves, or weekends,  886-2881. 121  New side by side halt duplex,  2300 sq. ft. ready lor occupancy  July '90.4 bdrm, 3Vi bath, near  all amenities $149,000. Call Hilde  298-5215. Sutton Group Excel.  #21  New side by side duplex, Gibsons, avail. July '90. 4,600 sq.  It.. 8 bdrm.. 6 plus bath potential. Yearly revenue $38,400.  Near all amenities. $289,000.  Hilde 298-5215, Sutton Group  Excel. #21  BV OWNER 3 bdrm.. view. 4  acres, Madeira Park. 883-9140  eves. #J3  5.1 acre parcel, Langdale  $13.000/acre. timber, hydro,  view. 886-9049. #21  Houseboat. Gibsons Harbour,  fridge, micro., sundeck. dinghy.  Whaler c/w 45 hp. mere, all  $32,000. Terms 886-8426.  #21  1176 Flume Rd.. Roberts Creek,  new quality'built 2500 sq. It.  home, 4 bdrms.. 2ft baths,  covered wrap around verandah  on * acre lot, 2 mins. to beach,  numerous leatures. $169,900.  By owner/contractor 886-3327 or  885-3307. #21  OPEN  HOUSE  Sit., May 26,1990  808 Pleasant Place,  Gibsons  1-3 p.m.  Perfect Starter or  Retirement Home  1 year old rancher  3 bedrooms  2 bathrooms  Bay windows  Fenced 4 landscaped yard  Asking $107,500  Call Jeannie Howden  866-8107 886-8729  Lot tor sale, 86'x168' with house  trailer 12x64' and storage shed,  on FairviewRd. 886-8087.   #22  I have client with cash lor 10+  acres ol reasonably level and  arable land with or without dwelling. Not under transmission  lines. Jock Hermon. 883-9525.  Pender Harbour Realty Ltd.   #21  The Bwt Ved f\md\  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  S/IOO  4  (minimum) lor 10 words  25'  each additional word  (Berths. Le.si ^ Pound FREEH  Suite SeK"  CLASSIFIEDS  Pay for 2 weeks, get the 3rd week FREE  (When paid by  CASH. CHEQUE, or MONEY ORDER)  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS must be       ,  PRE-PAID before insertion.  VISA & MASTERCARD accepted    ,���  81500  8100  up to 10 words  each additional word  Yeeeet ad. (e'aturinej 1 Item only, will run 4 consecutive ive'efks. fheen will bv caeiceflleel unlefss  Vieu instruct us lee remew il BY NOON  SATURDAY. IN.il avni'.ible le, c. nmncial  advertisers).  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  Gibsons & secheit omceS Noon Saturday  "Friendly People Places"  FRIDAY 3:30 pm  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Madeira Park Shopping Centre 883*9099.  Cowrie St.. Sechelt 885*3930  Cruice Lane. Gibsons  886*2622       \  FAX: 886*7725   Available leer public use  Pender Harbour Office  FRIDAY 4:30 pm  Obituaries  PURDY: Passed away Friday, May  18,1990 in his 80th year, Rai Purdy. late ol the Gibsons area, altera  briel illness in Shaughnessy  Hospital. Survived by his loving  lamily, wile Verity: daughters  Heath and Brenda: sons Roger and  Bu2zy. A memorial service will be  held Tuesday. May 22 at 11 am in  the Unitarian Church, 49th and  Oak. Vancouver. In lieu ot (lowers.  donations to the National Advertising Benevolent Society (NABS).  West Coast Branch, would be appreciated. Fade to black.      #21  SIMMONS: Passed away in Trail.  BC on May 18, 1990. Nicholas  Berdyne (Bert) Simmons late ot  Trail and formerly ol Gibsons aged  70 years. Survived by his wife Anna: 12 children, Marge, Jerry,  Bonnie, Terry, Shirley. Beverley.  Alan. Valerie. Nick. Rick, Dale,  Diane: 31 grandchildren: 4 greatgrandchildren; 1 brother Dal: 1  sister Clayra. Cremation at Trail,  BC. A memorial service will be  held Wednesday. May 23 at 3 pm  in Ihe Chapel ot Devlin Funeral  Home. Gibsons. #21  LOWE: Cyril Edward  away May 11.1990. Survived by  his loving wile Vera; one  daughter Valerie: Iwo sons. Edward and Martin; six grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, donations to Pender Harbour Clinic.  #21  SOMMERFELDT: Heinz, on May  11.1990 at St. Mary's Hospital,  age 64 years, after a courageous  light with cancer. Beloved husband ol Doris, cherished father ol  Christina, loving son of Mrs. Her-  ta Sommerfeldt. Regensbury.  Germany, and dear brother ol Ar-  lur Angelika, also of Germany.  Private service and cremation.  #21  If) Mt'ieioiM  Im memory ol Norman Stewart,  passed away May 22. 1988. I  sure miss you Dad. Love Eflie.  #21  Thank You  I'd like to thank Edna 4 John ot  Kilchen Carnival for giving me the  opportunity to be back in the  working force. Many thanks.  Leanne. #21  My sincere lhanks to the Sunnycrest Mall Merchants Association lor the memorable words ol  praise on Mother's Day. The gilts  were as wonderful as the people  who helped to put this whole  event together. Special thanks to  Jan and Ken Willoughby ol  Gussy's Deli lor the lovely luncheon. Mrs. Norma Frank.   #21  Many thanks to everyone who  worked, donated, baked, sewed,  knitted, and helped in any way to  may the annual Community Club  Bazaar a success. Thank you to  Ihe Girl Guides lor serving tea.  Bazaar Convenor. #21  Our gratitude and appreciation  goes out to all the wonderful people who helped lo make Pirates ol  Penzance such a success.  Lyn Vernon 4 Sunshine  Coast Music Society  #21  Personal   ll   Announcements  Are you in an unhappy relationship? Call the Transition House  for free conlkfential counselling.  U5-2944 TFN  Do you need some inlormation to  deal with your legal problem? Call  Ihe Legal Information Service  115-Sllt; Mondays and  Wednesdays 9-4. TFN  RONIN RESOURCES  Workshops.   Seminars   4  materials lor personal 4 professional growth. 886-3546 (day)  886-8376 (nights) #23  Announc ements  Are you wishing to lose weight?  and seeking help? For inlormation  aboul the 3 C's call Pat 886-7159.  #23  Phone us today about our selection ol beautiful personalized  wedding  Invitations,   napkins,  matches, stationery and more.  Jeannies Gifts 4 Gems  886-2023  TFN  ALCOHOLICS ANONVMOUS  885-2896. 886-7272, 886-2954.  TFN  Does someone in your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 885-7484. Al-Ateen  886-2565.   . TFN  Looking lor SHAKLEE Products?  Nutritional supplements.  biodegradable cleaners, personal  care products. Call Dale  ���386-3805, Mavis 885-7464. #22  O  SUNSHINE COAST  COMMUNITY  SERVICES SOCIETY  Annual  General Mealing  Tuesday  June 5,1990  7:00 p.m.  5638 Inlet Avenue,  Sechelt, B.C.  All Community members  Welcome.  Auditions lor Youth Talent Shew  lor Sechelt Celebration Days will  tie held soon. For inlo. call Nikki,  885-909). #21  Pets  eS. livestock  01  FORST  POTTERY  Open Wed-Sat, 10-4  New pots made every  day  886-2543  Adull children of Alcoholics or  disfunctional families please call  885-5281 or 886-8165 for help.  TFN  TANI  TANI  TAN!  at Coast Impressions  5531 Wharf Rd��� Sechelt  885-7174  #21  REBIRTHING - Circular breathing  lo move beyond emolional blocks.  REIKI - Enhancing Ihe body's  How ol natural lite energy. Sessions avail. Michael Hamer  886-7589. #24  Then and Now Furniture  699 Highway tot 886-4716  Come and benefit financially from  our overstocked position.  LOTS OF BARGAINS!  v #21  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  Bonded ��� insured - experienced  Steve D. Sawyer  Gibsons Realty Ltd.  886-2277 #21  Bright. Clean Dog &  Cat Boarding  Dog Training  Science Diet  Pet Foods  886-8568  CATTLE: 2 cows with calls, 1 bull  Preler lo sell as herd. $3500  886-9410. #23  PET FOOD  SCIENCE DIET, IAMS,  TECHNI-CAL, NUTRO-MAX,  PURINA, WAYNE.  Also lull line ol bird seed  And much more.  Duality Farm t Garden  Supply ltd.  Pratt Rd. 886-7527  TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then 4 Now Furniture.  699   Highway   101.   Gibsons,  886-4716 or Marlee Fashions.  TFN  T  CASTLEROCK  >  KENNELS  I  YOU'LL  FIND IT  HERE  Coma In & Browsa  New Selection ol Books  OPEN SUNDAYS  For  Old*  Timed  Sake SB  1095 Hwy. 101 at Pratt Rd.  Gibsons I  885-9840  Bearding <1 Creaming  INDIVIDUAL THERAPY  COUPLES COUNSELLING  Call Eleanor Mae 885-9018  #21  Have 3 tickets worth approx.  S600 in refunds for VIA train.  Must be used before June  Anywhere across Canada. One  male, one female, one child can  be used In conjunction with cash  For example t ticket has 100%  return) one way, 50% return  Well sell for $300. Call 885-9209.  TFN  Early French Immersion K and  Grade 1 Registration Independent  School. Sept. 90.886-8029 #22  Wo Teach Skin Cars  Mary Kay has a proven-effective  skin care program for you. Call  today Gladys. 886-3063      #22  Tax 4 Accounting Service  A.J. (Jim) Wallace  886-4823  #23  Fire Fund donations lor Juan 4  Shirley Burton can be made to the  Royal Banks or Seaview Market  by June 16. #23  Single female, new in area, do  you like country/western, early  50s. 80s music? Love lo dance?  Need a partner? Enjoy nature and  animals? If you're fairly tall, between 35-45 years ol age I'd like  lo hear Irom you. Object - friendship & laughter. Please reply to  Box 414. c/o Coast News. Box  68, Sechell, BC VON 3A0.     #23  Gentleman will be moving lo lite  Sunshine Coasl In the near  future. Am Interested in meeling  lady companion. 40ish. Reply In  writing to Box 415. c/o Coast  News. Box 68. Sechelt, BC VON  3A0. All letters will be  acknowledged. #22  MIKHAILA ALLORAH  is back! She looks forward to  seeing her many clients and  Iriends at the Healing Arts  Festival, May 27, Rockwood .Centre. Ml 885-5115 lor Inlormation. #21  Congratulations Gaey on your  June 2 wedding lo Heather Folk.  We welcome you lo the family.  Heather. Mom, Stephanie, and  Carol. #21  Want to improve the quality ol  your lap waler? II you do we have  a pure and simple answer - the  Amway Water Treatment System.  Effectively removes more than  400 EPA priority pollutants. For  Inlormalion or a demonstration  call 885-7144. #26  Rainbow Preschool, Roberts  Creek. Camp Douglas Fall 1990  morning and allernoon classes.  Registration June 2, 11-1,  Roberts Creek Library. Phone  Vickl 885-9333, Jane 886-7610.  #21  Kerry blue Terrier, male pup,  $550, health, tempermenl  guaranteed. 886-2505.     #24sr  Reg. American quarter horse, 11  yr. old, Bay Gelding, exc. beginners horse, road safe and very  gentle, $1500. Chris 886-3093.  #20s  Purebred Registered Pomeranian  pups, shots. 8 wks. old. 1 male.  1 female. $500 ea. 886-3521.  #22  Registered working Border Collie  'male pup. Shots 4 wormed.  885-5345. #22  Horse boarding 885-5267.    #22  Free to good home: 4 yr. old  Bassell/Corgi, spayed lem.. gd.  watchdog, loves kids, needs permanent home with yard.  886-9575 days. #23  Kerry spayed tern, lo gd. home,  no charge. 886-2505. #23  Gala is looking for a good home.  She's a 1 yr. old. spayed black  LabX Into. 886-4947 #23  Free Lab cross, spayed. 9 months old 886-8611 #23  SPCA ADOPTION  Young cats and assortment ot  baby kittens. 886-7313.      #21  Help reduce the  population problem  neuter your pet.  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  #  Ken Da.ejle.sh  886*2843  Williams mahogany upright piano  and bench seat. $2250  886-3344 #21  9-piece set maple Gretsch studio  recording drums, sacrifice al  $2500.886-4599. #23ss  tit Ford Ranger lo  rem (Of 1 week. 885-5385.    (21  Teen metal steamer trunks in gd.  cond.. will pay up to $50 aa.  886-3680. #22  In good condition - a swing set 4  a gas powered weed eater.  886-9026 #23  Sturdy travelling cage needed to  move two cats to new home. To  buy or rent. 886-9370.        #22  Garage Sales  Mariners' Fair and Swap Meet.  Gibsons Marina Sat., June 9,  tables $10. Call Merv Dunlord  886-8830. #22  GARAGE SALE  at Gibsons United Church Hall  Glassloed Rd (Paiteeng Lot)  Saturday, May 26th  tOam-lpm  (llwetlttthatml)  3 family Frontage Rd..  Sun.. May 27.10-.  Langdale.  #21  Moving sale 823 Oceanmounl  Blvd.. Sat. & Sun., May 26 4 27.  10-2. #21  Sat. May 19.20 4 21-10 am-4  pm. Piano, buffet, conv. oven, TV  4 stand. Moulinex food chopper,  misc. dishes, alum, boat, crab  trap, hand mower, baseboard  heater, boat trailer, misc. tools,  misc. carpets 4 underlay, misc.  plastic pipe, approx. 500' H.D.  wire 4 cable, asst'd ft" twits,  nuts, washer, etc. many other interesting items incl. pictures,  shake splitter, old logging saws.  #21  Sat., May 26. 10-2pm, 1491  Russell Rd.. across from Coastal  Tires. #21  Yard Sale - Sunday, May 27,10  am 'til 6.765 O'Shea Road. Gibsons. #21  Barter 8. Trade  Huge ravine lot In Creekside on  Mtn. View Drive, fully serviced.  $30,000.886-8698 or 583-3234.  #22sr  Local prof, artist needs a bright  secure, long term sludio In Gibsons area in return for art work,  lessons or very cheap rent.  886-8918. #21  Finders    'A  KEEPER.S &  *  k  y  Collectibles  Behind the Chevron  it the Sunnycrest Mall  886-4551   10-spd lire engine red bike. exc.  cond.. girls model, Linda  .386-8545. #23  Girl's  bookcase  dresser  886-8545  sin^  gle   bed  w/drwrs,  headboard. 6 drwr.  4   mirror.   $350.  #23  FIREWOOD  Split 4 delivered. Seasoned alder.  $100 per cord. 886-8955 eves.  #22  TV antenna, plus 20' tower. $100.  886-8974. #21  Commercial counters, best oiler.  886-3365. #21  Newly overhauled TV's. 1-26"  RCA, $189 OBO; 1-20'' Elec-  trohome. $169: Motlal Fiesta 14  cu. It. Iridge, almond, frost Iree.  $389 OBO. 885-7897. #23  Large freezer, gd. cond.  OBO. 883-9312.  $275  #23  Kilchen table/chairs, $125; china  cabinet, $50: baby dresser. $25;  small bookcase. $10: misc.  lamps. 885-2777 alt. 6 pm.   #23  FIREWOOD  Mixed firewood.  $90  886-3310.886-9674.  cord.  #23  6 YDS. DELIVERED  $40.00  LYLE FORBES  MM-P7  Sofa-bed. used, double size, excellent condition. $399. Kern's  Home Furnishings. #21  Electric (GE) lawnmower, good  condition, only $45. 886-2727  alter 4 pm. #21  Drafting table and instrument.  $250: ceramic moulds. $150; antique corner wicker table, $25;  2-4' fluorescent light fixtures,  $15 each: 1 easel, $15.  886-4743. #21  mm  mamm Coast News, May 21,1990  21. ''���  CAM PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Peru  ���no TnvwQ  886-2020     TFN  1979 Dodge Diplomat, sell for  $1500 or trade lor equal value  auto ft Ion truck. 886-7307.    #20ss  78 Ford Fiesta, original owner.  new clutch, sunrool, $1050 OBO  886-2706. #21ss  68 Cadillac Sedan Deville Irom  California, power to burn, just  needs a little 'tinkering', $1200  OBO. 886-3912 between 5-8pm.  #23ss  '69 Chrysler Newport 2 dr. hi;  gd. cond., new paint, brakes,  shocks, dependable. $2200 OBO.  886-3912 between 5-8pm. #23ss  1988 Mazda RX7 silver/blue,  29.000 kms.. exc. cond. 6 yr.  extend,   war., $15,000.  886-8727. #22  1985 Honda wagon, excellent  condition. 5 dr./spd., extras.  $7900080.885-7502.        #23  Getting married - need cash  -forced to sell. 1989 red Ford  F150 short box, 13,000 kms.. 5  yr. extended warranty, box liner,  rust protection, Zebard, custom  cab., rear sliding window, cloth  seats. 886-9760. #23  76 Corvette HP 350 auto, PS,  PW.PB, $9500 OBO. 885-7891.  #23  Super Economy '86, Chev.  Sprint. New brakes, clutch, exhaust, tires. $3400 obo.  886-2429. #24ss  1987 Chev pickup, black, step-  side.  4  by 4.  canopy,  immaculate. $15,000. 885-3448.  #22  1986 Merc Topaz G5. low miles,  fully loaded. Must be seen.  $8500.883-9317 eve.        #23  77 VW van. $900 OBO.  886-7591.  #21  8' Canopy, fiberglass, $275.  885-2618.  #21  1976 Cutlass 350, runs good,  $750 060 or Irade lor motorcycle. 883-9215. #21  1973 Ford pickup, good rubber,  S9000BO. 883-9215. #21  1973 VW Bug. runs well. $500.  886-9856 leave message.     #22  76 Dodge Aspen, slant 6.  79,000 original miles, some rust,  $650.886-8610. #21  Campers  Motorhomes  1976 24' motorbome, 70,000 ml.,  sleeps 6. immaculate cond.,  w/extras, $16,500 OBO.  885-7590. #21  28' Prowler 5th wheel, excellent {I  shape, air conditioning. TV aerial.  $11.500080.885-5661.    #19s  1987 deluxe motor home. 24',  perfectly clean and At condition.  886-8481. #21sr  73 Econoline motorbome, good  shape. $3900 OBO. 886-2924  alt. 6 pm. #22sr  Older camper. 3 power propane,  2 sleeper, good condition, $300.  886-2108. #20ss  1988 25'Terry Taurus 5th wheel,  used twice, $18,000. 886-9292.  #21  1989 Prairie Schooner 36' 5lh  wheel, loaded, $46,700.  886-7489. #22ss  31' Terry Taurus, exc. cond.,  many options, $15,000.  686-9286 alt. 5 pm. #21  '80 ��� 23' Class C motorhome.  clean 4 well equip., new radials,  bunk beds, sleeps 7, $18,900.  886-4943 TFN  54 passenger 1975 bus.  motorhome. all appliances,  system monitor, power converter,  split axel, tongue 4 groove cedar,  shower, toilet, loaded lor bear.  Dunman Rd.. Port Mellon. Ken  884-5313. #21  1974 Class C motorhome, gd.  cond., 52.000 mi. $14,000.  886-8021. #21  1983 Komlort trailer. 32', self-  contained, full bath., stove.  Iridge, furnace, air cond.,  $17,500.885-3688. #22  1987 Citations Supreme, Ford  diesel, 6.9 motor, 27'. 2 airs,  stereo, CB. awning, TV 4 ariel.  rear 54" lull size bed plus  goucho, sleeps 6, 33,000 mi.,  approx., 14 mil per gal., exc.  cond., ph. 886-2776. #22  8' camper w/lridge. stove, furnace, sleeps 4. $1200.  885-7606. #22  Wanted: A used travel trailer lor  lamlly while they're building  house. Must be at least 24' lor 2  adults, 1 child. Between $2000  $5000, or lor rent between $150  $200. Call 885-9209.      TFNs  1988 Travel*��� 25 5th wheel,  $16,500 886-231 latter5pmOf  weekends #23  LET'S TALK  MONEY  Let's get together and sell  your RVunit.il we can't sell  it we'll buy it. Free Appraisal  and pickup anywhere.  LANTZVILLE RECREATION  COMPANY LTD.  ���.ar,.. 1-800-663-4234  D7363  23 It. F/W cabin cruiser. 130  Volvo. 250 Volvo leg. Dying  bridge, heavy duty batteries,  depth sounder, slandup head,  H ale. stove, sink, extra prop  $4500.886-4988 #22  11'6 Honey Camper, shower,  toilet 4 wash basin. Double s/s  sink, propane stove with oven,  hoi waler, furnace 4 fridge.  Sleeps 4 plus fold down bunk.  Excel, cond. $4400 OBO  885-3602 #23  Built-in '79 25 tt. motorhome,  propane, gas power, 360 Dodge,  Iridge, stove, etc., includes 10'  boat, 4000 watt Honda generator,  $13,000.886-8643. #23  SECHELT .MARINE  SURVEYS LTD  Captain BID Murray  M.C.M.M.C     M.N.A.M  M.A.B.Y.C.   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  fUS-MI*  1  S.  !  its  Owens Flagship 26', 225 HP,  rebuilt. 250 hrs.. head, mahog.  Kim. sleeps 6. $12,000 OBO.  1-682-8012. #24  22' Bayliner Sunbridge - sleeps  tour, VHF, new canvas. F.W.C  886-8250. #24ss  Year-round  moorage.  Harbour. 883-9177.  Pender  #23  19ft' glassply hard-top wilh  tandem trailer, fully-equipped  883-2462. #24ss  Bel  25' Apollo 225 Merc I/O,  w/lrailer, $12,500 OBO.  883-9440. #23ss  16' K4C Tbermoglass boat, 85 HP  Evin, new canvas, new leg. trailer,  $3000 OBO. 885-5858 or  888-9078. #24sr  19' FG cabin, 60 HP 0/B, 4 HP  0/B, sounder, tanks, trailer, extras. 883-9080. #24sr  17' Double Eagle exc. cond., new  171 Volvo motor, gas tank, road  runner, many extras, must sell,  $9500. 487-9585. Powell River.   #22  17' Cai Glass, 120 HP I/O, trailer,  sounder, compass, $6000.  #23  Like new 4 HP 0/B motor, $475  Firm; 15' older Iravel trailer, $375.  885-7738. #21  BROOKS 4 MILLER |  FLOOR COVERINGS ltd.  Banlamlee Itoem > Inlaenalloeeal  Palms  Marine  Find  l Commerclel  I Drlatfau.  1  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bus. 885-2923   Res. 885-5058  VHF RADIOS   $299.  LOWRANCE SOUNDERS  x-35       $289.  X60      S599.  CLEARANCE  PRICES ON  ���PowBr Winches  Floater Suits/Coats  More  BIC Sailboards  9.9 HP      $1699.  is hp      $1999.  'Uohnsan  TRAILBAY  SPORTS  TDAIl AVE t COWRIE ST  SECHEIT    lls-HU  24'  Hoiidatre exc. cond  , must  sell  ,   $9300  OBO.  Mess.  886-8126.  #24  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70      HP  1988-1989 Evlnrudes. Excellent  condition.   Lowes  Resort.  883-2456. TFN  Cal25, fully equipped, moorage  included, $11,500. 886-8706.  #21ss  Yes! There is a reliable local pro-  pellor repair service. 885-5278.  TFN  Totally rebuill 318 cu. In. left 4  right wilh gears. 883-9110.  #22sr  23' Brandlymr. Volvo. Work required, $1850 OBO; 22V  Sangstercralt. No molor. $1100  OBO. 885-3127. #22sr  1989 9.9 Mariner, excellent condition, $1350.883-2211. ��1ss  Davidson D-12 sailboat, good  condition, $1100 OBO. 886-4912  alter 6 pm. #21  17 II. fibreglass bare hull, handyman special, U-haul, $200  OBO. 883-2149. #22s  28' F/G Unltlyte (Salty Dog).  Brand new engine, elec. loaded.  George 886-8139. #21  14' F/G boat, 40 HP Merc 0/B  and Waler, $2200. 886-2801.  #21  Wanled to buy: 18' to 24' 1979  or newer 0/B or I/O, cash.  885-4031. #21  Houseboat Gibsons Harbour,  Iridge, micro, sundeck, dingy,  whaler, c/w 45 HP Merc. All  $32,000 terms. 888-8426.   #21  19 V Cai Glass hard top lull canvas, head, V-berth, new engine,  manifold, riser "0" hrs. OMC  leg. Exc. cond., very last,  $6750.883-9188. #21  14' Flbretoam boat & trader.  Good cond. 40 hp. Evinrude.  Needs work. $1,600. 885-2633  and 885-9467. #21*  20' mm F/G, C/B 2.5 6PH at  24 MPH tresh 170/280 7.5 Honda nix. winder, Ms ot spar*  eng. & leg parts, $5500 Htm.  885-4404. #22  Pacitica 20 1988 20' centre consol boal, complete w/power,  $8500.883-9110. #20s  Evinrude 15 HP. $300: Silver  Seagull, $500: Yamaha 9.9 HP,  $1500.885-9772. #22s  17V K 4 C. 140 HP. I/O, trailer,  well maintained, fully loaded.  view al Hyak marine, $5500 OBO.  #21  26' Clipper Marine sloop, sleeps  6. lull head room, retractive keel,  4.5 Johnson OB, DS/CB, tandem  Easyload trailer. $8500  885-3472. #22  18' Sangster 4-cyl., I/O. runs  good, sounder, stainless prop,  trailer, full canvas. $4495.  886-9047. #22  1980 24' Campion 260 Mercruiser, FWC, trim tabs, stand-  up head, power winch, VHF  sounder. A/E stove, charger,  downriggers. 886-2155. .   #22  Sub lease 28' Moorage at Gibsons Marina, June 1st to Sept.  30th, $500. 886-8341,  886-3667. #22  20' Fisherman and lamily boat on  trailer, 25 HP 0/B. Used only 15  hrs., $5400.885-9986.       #22  17' KC boat, 70 HP Johnson, 8  HP Evinrude, Irailer, fish tinder,  CB radio, exc. cond.. $7000  Firm. 885-6128. #22  Mobile Homes  1962 Honda (Passport) Scooter,  $400: 1964 Honda Elite Scooter.  $850 863-9107. #21  1983 Honda Gokfwing (Aspen-  cade) A Quality Motorcycle at an  affordable price (replacement  value approx. $14,000)  Only $4495  - very clan, garage kepi  - never been in a motor vehicle  accident.  - low kms. (43,000 range)  - equipped to tow light travel  Irailer  - red/maroon in colour with  pinstripe highlights.  - new lires and battery  - professionally maintained  - comes with lire gauge, metric  tools, gd. quality helmet and  motorcycle cover.  - digital gauges 6 onboard air  compressor lo adjust suspension.  Phone 886-4935 anytime.    #22  1984 Yamaha R2350, exc. cond.,  low kms.. $1800.885-4109. #22  '81 Honda XR80. good condition.  $300.886-8568. #22  1987 535 Virago, exc. cond., tarings, crash bars, 2 helmets.  1100 kms.. 2800. 886-4690  alter 6 pm. #24ss  K  In Stock at  EN MAC   ; cycle  Oil Filters, Batteries, Tires,  Riding Gear, etc.  Phone Jay at 166-2031  Wanted (o Rent  2-3 bdrm. house, resp. couple,  gd. refs. Sechelt/Madeira Park.  Call collect 420-1332. #21  N/S. N/D female requires al-  fodable accom.. Sechelt to Gibsons. 886-7424. #22  Mature couple require 2 bdrm.  house wilh garden ASAP. Wilson  Creek lo Sechell area. Refs Hana  885-4694. #21  Rural home wanled by a family ol  4. Good tenants are worth seeking out. Call 885-7196 - check  our references. #22  3 bdrm home Gibsons/Roberts  Creek area. Good refs. 886-7359.  #22  Wanted - summer home on beach  lor 6, month of August.  985-0806. #22  Bed X.   Bieakfas'  Selma Park, Sechell. Oceaifview  garden, privale. 885-7034.   #25  Pender Harbour waterfront, very  private. 883-2881. #22  TRAILER  WANTED  We are building and  we need a trailer to live  in for 6 month -1 year.  Will buy tor between  $2000-55000 or rent  lor $100-$200/mo.  Any takers? Call  885-9209.  117' er I  3 bedroom 24x40 double wide,  woodstove. skylights, all appliances, large sundeck, sunken  hot tub, storage shed, $49,500.  886-3006. Sunshine Coasl  Trailer Park. #23  USED HOMES  STARTING AT:  $12,90000fob  Collect 580-4321  FAMILY PARK  '155/month  ONLY 5% DOWN  wilh M.A.P. Program OAC  Call Collect 580*4321  Motorr. v< les  1982 Y2490J Yamaha, only 30  hrs. since new. Mini cond..  $1500.886-4599 #22sr  1200 Yamaha louring bike, t  owner, mint. 863-9110.     #20s  1986 Honda GH250G Scooter  461 km., like new, $2200'  885-7501. #22  83KawiKDX175asnew,$1200  OBO. 885-5492. f"1n  1983 Midnight Virago shall drive  low kms., saddle bags. $2250  866-3844. #2,  1982 Honda 750, 20,000 kms  lairing, luggage rack, lull cover'  lair shape, $1200. 866-6450.  aim  3 bdrm. home immaculate in  Redroofs area, $875 plus util.  Open Sun., please call Fri. 4 Sat.  am. 683-4971. #21  Roberts Creek Hall avail.,  dances, parties, weddings,  equipment rental. Yvonne  885-4610. TFN  MINI STORAGE  886-8628  #23  1 Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall  available. Wheelchair facilities.  885-2752,885-9486. #26  1 bdrm. furnished, Jolly Roger  Inn. Weekly or monthly.  438-7811.525-6637. #21  Construction and mill workers, a  place to rent. 885-2100.      #21  Woman has house lo share in  Sechelt. Female preferred.  885-9611. #21  2 bdrm. fully furnished house  West Sechelt. July and August  only. N/S, N/P, N/children.  Refs., $1000/per mos. 885-1962  eves. #21  600 II. storage area. Gibsons,  hydro, 8' ceiling, reasonable.  886-2226. #22  me: 4 bdrm. fully  turn., renovated home. Beach  Ave, Rbts. Crk.. $1300 month.  Min. 1 yr. lease, max. 2 yrs..  rels. req. 885-3832. #22  June 1 to Oct. 1. 2 bdrm. mobile  home, turn., close to beach in  Bonniebrook Trailer Park. $600  plus utilities. Refs. 4 damage  deposit required. 886-3659. #2t  One bedroom, relerences. single  6 honest. $300/month.  886-8641 #21  Jolly Roger -1 bdrm.. lurnished,  pool 6 marina.  1-435-2668  #24ss  Room tor rent, shared accommodations.  886-4567 Roberts Creek  #21  Resumes tailored to meet your  needs! Arbutus Office Services  885-5212. #24  fan time - full-time registered  Massage Therapist lor busy  opted-ln clinic. 885-3685    #21  Aquarius Sealarms Ltd. is looking to till (arm technician positions for us Sunshine Coast  growoul operation, shift work.  Send resume lo Box 2540  Sechell, BC VON 3A0.        #22  Journeyman floor layer tor carpet  and sheet goods, Must have own  tools and truck. Must be reliable.  Start immed., call Custom Carpet  Sales 6 Installation 886-8868  #21  Wanted: 85 overweight people for  doctor recommended diet disc  program. We pay you to lose 10  to 29 lbs. in Ihe next 30 days.  ���Catherine 1-978-3017.        #21  Qualified hairdresser, lull-time or  part-time, call 886-3916.     #21  Production assistant required lor  Tilly's Galley Applicant must be  16-24 years old. Start Immed.,  35 hrs. week Please call Kate  -2400. #22  Short order cook, bartender and  cocktail waitress. Exp.  necessary. Call Lynn or Donna  885-7666. #22  Promotional  Sales  Energetic self-starter  required to assist in  sales and recreation  promotions lor new  miniature goll course.  Must have car and be  willing to start immediately. High earnings lor those with  good sales skills. Call  88S-9209, 8-8 pm.  Live in nanny for single dad and  two boys, 3 4 2. Room and board,  plus wage, one child welcome.  Rets. 886-7737. #23  Waitresses  Bartenders  & Cooks  Full or Part-Time  Peninsula Molor Inn   866-2804  INTERIM ADMINISTRATOR  For Sunshine Coast Community  Services Society lor Ihe period of  July I to December 3t. 1990.28  hours per week. Responsible lor  program, personnel, and financial  management of non-profit society  sponsoring 12 social services.  Experience required in social service adminislration and support to  volunteer Board ol Directors.  Please submit resumes by May  25 to Hilary Eslergaard. President, Board of Directors.  S.S.C.S.S.. Box 1069, Sechelt,  BC.V0N3A0. #21  nn  Juiljl fttHtf r t  Waitresses,  Bartenders,  Cooks, Maids, Dishwashers  and   Front  Desk  Clerks.  Apply In person at Ihe  Jolly Roger Inn  General Labourer, lull-time,  chance lor advancement. Reply  immediately to Box 338. c/o  Coast News. Box 460. Gibsons,  BC. VON tVO. #22  French tutor lor high school student during summer. Contact  i383-9380 #23  Looking lor Part-time  Waiters. Waitresses 4 Door  Personnel  Please apply between  8 to to pm Wed. to Sat.  Ask lor Clint  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel is now  accepting applic lor Ihe lolloing  positions lor Ihe summer season.  Asst. manager, front desk clerks.  waiters/waitresses, cooks/kitchen stall 6 maint. stall.  Call 885-7038  Ask lor manager #22  HELP WANTED  Full Time Summer  Part Time Fall/Winter  Looking for outgoing,  sports oriented people.  ���Experience an asset.  Please bring resume to  TRAILBAY  SPORTS  TRAIL AVE t COWSef ST  SECHELT   MS-IS 11  Henry's Bakery - part-time,  afternoons/weekends. Suitable  lor student.  Apply A.M. only #21  HAIRDRESSER  for busy shop  Full or part time  Call Wayne  8864510 eves.  t societies wanted to  pamclpin in July 1st Sechelt  fcWrattai Days. Please call  865-5(61. #21  Infant Development Consultant  Part-time position (17 hrs. week)  Qualifications required are prates  skmal training in held related to  child development (such as  special education, psychology,  therapy) plus extensive experience working with families of  children with special needs. Starting salary $1135. Send resumes  by May 31 to: Cindy Ratrlalt. IDP  Programme Coordinator, Box  1069, Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0.  For into phone 885-5940.     #22  Flagging personnel needed, musl  have own transportation. Send  lull resume to Road Warrior Traffic Control, RRI. Box 17. Silver-  sands. Haltmoon Bay. B.C. VON  TVO. #22  SAFETY/LOSS  PREVENTION  ASSISTANT  Pulp & Paper  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper  Limited is seeking a  motivated individual to acl as  a Safety/Loss Prevention  Assistant lor Ils Kraft Pulp/  Newsprint operation.  The Safety/Loss Prevenlion  Assistant will be primarily  responsible to provide relief  lor the Safety and Loss  Prevenlion Supervisors; additional duties will include  development and delivery ol  employee training programs  in both safety and loss  prevention, in addition to the  monitoring and administration ol company programs.  Minimum requirements will  include Grade 12 graduation, current Industrial First  Aid Certification (WCB); an  ability to conduct classroom  training programs is considered essential. The ideal  candidate will possess experience and/or training In  Loss Prevention. Safety and  Fire Suppression (industrial  or municipal), and will have  proven administration and  communication skills.  A comprehensive salary and  benefits package is offered.  Persons Interested in Ihe  above position and possessing Ihe outlined or similar  qualifications are asked to  reply by forwarding a handwritten letter ot application  together with a resume ol  work experiences and  history lo the address shown  below.  Employee Rotations  Supervisor  Howe Sound e*irip  And Paper Limited  Port Mellon, BC  VON 2S0  Clowns, jugglers, street entertainers wanled lo participate in  July 1st Sechelt Celebration  Days. Please call 885-5881. #21  Sunshine Coast Electrical  Manufacturer requires experienced person to assemble and wire  control panels. Must be neat, accurate and sell-motivated, union  rates and benellt package. Apply  lo Box 829. Gibsons. B.C. VON  1V0. #21  "Volunteers Needed"  Crew Members - needed 10  operate last response  lifeboat in rescue work oul ol  Gibsons area.  Driver needed lor Meals on  Wheels Program - in  Sechelt. Three days per  week. 30 minutes per day.  Adult Oay Care ��� need help  with the program two or  three hours on Tuesdays or  Thursdays to help in the kitchen, play cards, and  socialize. Musical ability  would be really appreciated.  Treasurer - needed lor auxiliary at Shorncliffe in  Sechell. Meet new people,  develop new skills.  For these and more  opportunities please  contact the Volunteer  Action Centre  888-5681  Receptionist/data entry clerk, full  time, temporary position,  possibly leading to longer term  employment. Applicants musl  have MS-DOS experience. Submit resumes by May 25/90 lo  Aquarius Sealarms Ltd.. P.O.  Box 2540. Sechell. BC VON 3A0.  #21  WANTED: 62 OVERWEIGHT PEO-  PLE. II pays lo lose 10-29 lbs.  THIS MONTH! DIET DISC weight  control 'Doctor Recommended*  TOLL FREE 1-978-3014 Recorded  Message #22  We want you!  Kitchen 6 floor staff. Experienced 4 inexperienced.  Full time/part time. Day or  nighl. Big or small. What  else can we say? II you lake  pride in whal you do.  understand quality and want  lo be part ol an exciting new  restaurant in Sechelt, see  Steve tor an interview at the  previous site ol Sechelt Cafe  en Wharf Street.  Help Wanted  Reliable part time person wanted  lor athletic dub. Contact Connie  at 885-3642. #21  Two F/T cashiers/stock people  at Pender Harbour IGA Apply in  person. #21  Part-time help. exc. hours, Call  Ken or Jan (Gussys). 686-7922.  tn  Babysitter lor morning fitness  class; Monday. Tuesday. Thursday. 9:15 lo 10:15 am.  866-8305. #21  29.  Business &  Home Services  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal.  Insured.  Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  Crystal Serendipity is a new age'  store opening in Horseshoe eBay  in May. We invite local craltsper-  sons and artists interested looking for an outlet lor their work to  call 885-7702. #21  Computer Tutor: Bedford. DOS.  Word Perfect. Accounting services also available lor small  businesses Michael Hamer  886-7589. #24  Arbutus Office Services ottering  word processing of resumes, letters, manuscripts, mailing lists,  etc. Rm. 217. Teredo Square  885-52)2. #21  Is your accounting still in a  shoebox? I can get you organized. Manual or computerized  bookkeeping. Arbutus Office Services 885-5212. #21  GRANDVIEW  PAINTING  Professional and Courteous  Service  Interior - Exterior  C. Strand    886-3284  TnO TREE TOPPING  SERVICES  Topping. Tapering, Falling,  Shrub Removal, Trimming, Pruning and Cleanup. Ted 885-9509  mess.     #24  ANDERSONS CONSTRUCTION  Foundations, Framing, Finishing,  Renovations, Additions. Decks.  Patios, Siding. Fair Prices  665-4699. #23  Typing   service  available.  manuscripts,   term   papers,  business letters, etc. 885-7604.  #23  Ankorstar decorating for all your  painting needs. 20 years experience. Satisfaction  guaranteed. Bob 885-4804. #21  Work Wanted    j  H0n* PROFf IS40NAL  10 STEAM CLEMUNS  Carpets ,�����-  POWHFUl IRUCK UOUKIfO  SOUIPMEM1  Bf SI POSSIBLE HESUIIS  CHERISHED  CARPET CARE -  886-3823  aggejajME ee����ef e��>ee  - Interior and  Exterior. Call Samuel Dill  886-7619. #23  Alan Your Handyman: Carpentry,  electrical, drywall, painling, patio  stones, fencing, roof demossing,  driveway sealing, hauling. One  call does it all. 886-8741.     tit  COAST RENOVATIONS.  Skylights, sundecks. drywall.  painting, additions Call Franz or  Andy, 885-2493. #121  Carpenter,  4  yrs experience,  knowledge in Iraming. renova-1  tions, siding 6 decking. t*  866-8288. #23 ��  WINDOW WAfNINt.  Final construction clean-up.  886-8680 Of 885-2615        #23  Bob's Hauling: All kinds ol debris  removed. Tree work, odd jobs.  Bob i385-4804. #21  Sundecks. lences, small additions, drywall and linishing work.  885-5914 alter 6 pm. #23  Vinyl siding, porches and decks.  Call Gary for free estimate.  883-9215. ��3  00 YOU NEED  Brush cutting, Rubbish  Rolalilling. weedeating. carpet/  upholstery cleaning, window  cleaning, hedge trimming. Skip's  Mainlenance Service. 885-2373.  #23  MOUNTAINSIDE  PRESSURE WASHING  Trailers, homes, all types ot  buildings, boats, raols, paint [*,  stripping, patios, equipment,  driveways, sundecks. swimming  pools, gutters cleaned, quality f:  workmanship, free estimates.  8857473. #23  Child Care  Child care for 2 and 5 year olds,  my home. Sechelt village. 1-3  days a week. References please.  885-7008. #21  Help! Childcare needed for 11  mos old., May 15 to June 30 in-  home preferred. Gibsons area.  Tues. mornings, all day Wed.. 6  Fri.. Please call 886-3736.    #21  Throwing A Dinner Party?!!  Buffet. BBO. A La Carte, relax and  enjoy your company. A taste lor  Ihe palate. For the personal touch,  call In Heme CaMng. 885-3435.  885-4804. #23  Carpet 6 UplKHstery Cleaning  Special $49.99 - living room, dining room, hallway. BIG EAGLE  ENT. LTD. 886-2688. #23  Work Wanted  Painter...have brush will travel.  Interior-exterior. 886-3078.   #21  1 Ton pickup, prompt service,  moving, yard maintenance, landscaping, etc. 885-9363.       #23  Interior ��� exterior painting, house  repairs. Prompt service, reliable  experience. 885-9363.        #23  Framing crew available, air  equipped. Ph. alt. 6 pm.  886-7830 TFN  MY PUCE OR YOURS  Professional auto body mechanic  will contract your work. Autos,  trucks, industrial, marine hulls.  Iibreglass. plastic 6 exolic  llnishes. welding. For appointment 885-7659 alt 6 pm.     #23  Family Day Care, my home, refs.  avail. 866-300). #22  Child care lor my 2 sons, age 4  and 8 yrs.. 3 lo 4 days a week,  rels. please. 886-2088.       #22  Babysitter wanted lor 1 or 2 afternoons or mornings a week. Jane  885-5345 #22  Experienced N/S. N/D nanny  seeking live-in position.  Relerences are available. Please  call Carrie, days 886-8988 eves.  886-7049. #22  Hallmoon Bay Child Care Centre  has spaces available for children  18 months up to and including  school age. Please call 885-3739.  #21  Responsible mother ol two is  eager to have additional children  to care lor in our home. Refs.  avail. Phone 886-8333.       #23  Babysitter required on occasion  for day lime appointments, elc.  Please call 886-8333. #23  Babysitter required weekdays lor  4 4 6 year olds. 686-3075 after  6. #23  Babysitter wanted lor 18 mo.  boy. preler in my home. W.  Sechelt. Please call Lorraine.  .385-9041. #23  Business  Opportunities  Start now - local Amway  distributor otters opportunity lor  good earnings. Vou pick the  hours We assist you. For appointment call 885-7144.    #26  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR  A DISPOSITION OF CROWN LAND  Take Notice that Bill McCrindle, Madeira Park,  B.C., ironworker/welder, intends to apply lor a  lease of Ihe following described lands: Commencing at the N.E. corner iron post of D.L. 5856 East  76 Metres, turn South 61 Metres, then West 76  Metres back to D.L. 5856.  The purpose lor which the disposition is required is  a roadway to his house.  Comments concerning this application may be made  to the Office ol the Senior Land Officer. 210-4240  Manor Street, Burnaby. B.C. V5G 1B2.  File #2404842.  iammmmmmm  ^LmiMmsl "HOT  SMOKED SALMON  Aiwur. tv, lbs. per bag  *84* per Ib.  APPA SEAFOOD LTD.  1177 Field Rd., Sechelt  between 9:00 4 4:00  T t S SOIL  Mushroom Manure-Bark Mulch  Topsoil mixed-Hog Fuel  By the yard or truck lull. Top  quality products at reasonable  prices. Vou pickup or we deliver.  Phone anytime 885-5669.    TFN  Inglis auto, washer, exc. cond.,  guaranteed 4 delivered. $325  883-2648. TFN  IBM compatable computer w/30  meg hard drive, keyboard and  amber monitor, brand new, just  $1199.886-8356 days or eves.  #20sr  HORSE MANURE  Nature's Fertilizer  $20 per pickup  885-9969  TFN  7 ft. burl coffee table, beautilul  883-9110. #20s  Merit woodstove wilh oven and  warming oven, $500. 883-2396.  #19sr  'Autumn Flowers' 69 pc. studio  stone dinnerware set, like new.  $175. 886-4671 (Iv. mess.).  #21  Full size microwave. $250;  walnut veneer kitchen table 4 4  chairs. $275: living room set,  $450; JVC quartz lock turntable.  JVC 4 Bose 301 speakers. $300;  4 Ford 16.5" 5 spoke rims.  $150; Mac 9 drawer toolbox.  $160; Stilh chainsaw. $250; Mc-  Collough 75 HP 4 cyl., two stroke  aircraft engine and prop. $450;  21' welded aluminum jet boat,  professionally upgraded H.D.  B/B Chev, $15,800; Harley  Davidson 1986 Sottail Custom.  $10,800; leather riding pants.  30" waist. $80.886-7652.  #21  Older util. trailer, wooden tool box  for % Ion. 883-9588 days.    #22  \VIDEO GAME  AND  MUSIC STORE  We lake your used  Nintendo Games  tor Trade-ins  Jim 6 Yvonne Peers  888-4868  104-140 Teredo Square  (behind Tri-Photo)  Singer sewing machine 4 console  touch 4 sew model 600E. $300.  886-7175. #22  Maytag washer 4 dryer - moving,  must sell. $400/pr. exc. cond.  886-8352. #23  Danish teak dining room lable;  2-54 litre wine carboys; TV  antenna. 2 house doors.  886-2146. #21  Plywood cuttings, various sizes.  886-2664 or 886-7159 alter  7pm. #23  Moving Sale - Sears gas chain-  saw Craftsman Pro. 3.4/16".  $250 extras incl.; size 11 black  Dayton-style boots, as new. $50;  size 10 custom made suede  cowboy boots, new $200. sell lor  $100; remote control Goldstar  20" colour TV w/builtin VHS  video cass. recorder, almost  new. $500: heavyduty tixed incline bench, $50. Norco Bush  Pilot' men's 23" 18 sp., black  min. bike. exc. cond.. $300;  men's size X-large black lealher  jacket, as new. $100. Call  886-2482 123  Speed Oueen reconditioned  dryer. $125; H/D Kenmore dryer.  $175. 885-4529 after 6 pm.  #24ss  16' fibreglass kayak, single rudder and sprayskirt. very stable,  reasonably priced. $650 lirm.  886-9760. #23  Admiral almond washing  machine, good condition. $150.  885-7604. #23  , Vitol 27 Herbal Alixer - 27 com-  I piimentary herbs, readily absorbed lor great benefit - $35 per bottle. 886-8438. #22  SHAKES 18" lapersawn and 18"  barn. Evenings 883-2250.    #23  ENTRY DOORS  Solid cedar or lir, 6 panel, $180.  5 only. Timothy Clement Cabinet  Maker. 886-82)8. #23  Queen size waterbed mattress  with pads, liner and healing element. $100.886-9370.       #22  Prof, type drafting table 31 "x55"  wilh lamp, storage comparment,  slider, etc. $300. 886-9880 alter  6 pm. #22  Wedding and engagement rings  lor v, appraised value  ���M6-7819 not  Complete kitchen cabinets 6 appliances (apt. size). 886-2924  aft. 6 pm. #22sr  Fischer baby bear wood stove  $150,883-9110. #22sr  . SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644 TFN  Modern 30"x58" solid oak executive desk 6 tiller chair. $650  885-9665. #2oss  Double seater entry door,  chandelier, and misc. light fixtures. 885-5870. #21"  Rough lumber lor lencing, decking, siding. 886-9633.        #22  Grey hideabed, exc. cond.. $300;  green loveseat, $25. 886-3521.   #22  Utility trailer 6'x8' with sides.  $350,885-4109. #22  Coast Computer  Sales  XT with  30 Meg.  Sale '999  Call 886-8356 Days or Eves.  Maple bdrm. suite. 5 pee. (9  drawer dresser, 7 drwr. desk, 1  drwr. bedside lable. hutch with  large drawer, bookcase) - $1300  large briquet BBO - $75  Panasonic stereo and 2 speakers  $75. All excellent condition.  886-2899 #21  Wool carpet blue/green  sculptured 11.6x15" plus $400  OBO. 886-8579 eves. #22  Husky chainsaw. 40" bar/28"  bar. new chain, great firewood or  shake block saw. $395.  885-7177 days 885-7874  #20sr  Full cords ot split 6 delivered  firewood. $90 Gibsons, $100  Sechelt. 886-3360. #22  All steel bush box tor S.W B  truck, $700 060 886-2198  #21S  IBM clone 640K, 40 mgb. hd.  built-in modem, keyboard,  monochrome monitor. MS-DOS  asst'd software. $1200 OBO.  883-2284.  #20ss  Premier Whirl-Bath 10 Jets,  beige, 5'x4' complete. Never used. $1,000 OBO. 12'TV antenna  $25 885-9270 #21  Hoover Spinner Washer. Works  well $50; apart.-size dryer,  needs minor repair. Oilers.  886-9596. #21  Black 4 Decker 10" Radial arm  saw. Motor needs work. $300.  885-2395  #21  Pair R/V seals convert to bed  c/w table, seats 4. Seal belts  $200. OBO. 886-8426.        #21  Washer, dryer, apartment size  Ireezer,  elect, floor  polisher.  Everything reasonable.  866-8109. #21  1975 Maverick good bealer  $350. New brakes, snow tires.  Everything works. Little rust.  886-3464  #21  Seasoned birdseye maple burls  and California redwood root burls,  open lo oilers 886-3344.     #21  1984 Honda Aero 80. Red  scooter, auto., low miles, windshield, basket, elec. start. Exc.  cond.. $650.886-7831.      #21  Coldspot HG 2-dr. comb. 16 cu.  It., beautiful shape. $399 OBO:  Gibsons/Coppertone 2-dr FF. 15  cu.lt.. $385 OBO; Whirlpool matched set washer 6 dryer. $679  OBO; Viking 30" copperlone  stove, sell clean, $399 OBO; Mc-  Clary 30" H. gold slove. $369  OBO; Roy 30" while stove, $339  OBO: Inglis Normandie 5-cycle.  2-spd., sell-clean filler $357  OBO; very nice H. gold 30"  slove. $349 OBO; Moffat original  500 white washer, 3-cycle  2-spd.. $359 OBO; Viking while  2 dr. F/F Iridge, 16cu.lt., $397  OBO; Viking white 2 dr. F/F  beautilul shape, $457 OBO; Admiral 20 cu. tt.. almond, side by  side with ice maker, ice water  dispenser. $879 OBO; rigidaire  30" almond stove with convection oven, solid elements, like  new $849 OBO. All reconditioned  appliances. Corner Cupboard  885-4434 or Bjorn 885-7897.  Will buy non-working or used appliances. #22  Rhododendrons 6 Azaleas  $3.25 - $15. large selection.  Roberts Creek Nursery. 2569  Lower Rd. 886-2062. #22  BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  These Ads appear in the more than 90 Newspapers ol the B.C. and Yukon Community  Newspapers Association and reach more lhan 1.400.000 homes and a potential Iwo million readers  $165 tor 25 words S3.15 per additional word        Call the Coast News at 885-3930  AUTOMOTIVE  Active Aula Brokers, diapo.nl  ���gent lex Active Bailiff Servian.  Repoeeeeiione, estate, legale,  aui, nuclei, motoftiomes. boats.  Cel Mr. Price (only), (604)434-  1610. 06476.  COLLECTOR CAR AUCTION,  May2S*26. Canada's Premiere  Sale. Brochure available. Ex-  amplee: 33 Fort, '48 Ponliac. T.7  Chev., '65 Lamborghini, '63 Ferrari, '66 Aston. Corveit.es, Mustangs, Ponches, Cadillacs, Un-  oolne, Rods. (403)938-4139,  Okotoks, Aberta.  TRIUMPH! BSAI NORTON!  Enlburtut wishes to buy all.  nukes and models ol old British  mrfoexycles.anycoeidlton.rijsty  or running. Call Brian (403)278-  5328 evenings.  BULDMQ SUPPLIES  FREEtxxjklet. Concrete or wood  lex your basemenl? Beloreyou  decide get the facte. Call FOUNDATION FOCUS 1-800-663-  7774,8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. POT,  M-F.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  START YOUR own lirtpon/expoel  business, even spare lime. No  money or experience. Since  1946. Free brochure: Wade  World Trade, c/o Cdn, Smal Business Inst., Dept. WI. 1140 Bel-  limy ltd. N. #1, Scarborough,  Ont��io,M1H1H4.  Invest 112,000 in a high end fleck  watefr>roolirtg dealership lor Ihis  area. Top quality product line allows lor above average relum on  Investment. We supply opening  inventory, tools snd training.  Successful dealerships eatab-  lished across Canada. Phone  collect: Mr. D. Chaisson,  (604)860-1200.  ReSfMrtKamloopearea. Seduefed  6 acres lake front. Log lodge. 6  cabins, fully equipped. Fish 6  lakfts. Ofsal fishing and potential  Private sale, $99,000. 1-376-  7070.  BUSINeESS OPPORTUNITIES  Earn megabucks, outstanding  ground lloor opjwrtunHy. New  into Cauda, lui or part-time, initial investment $350. Call lor Ihe  opportunity o( a lifetime. Demi  hesitate. 1-261-1882.  ATTENTION COOKIE LOVERS!  Take a bile ol our new fibre filed,  lowchoeVislerol, diet cookie. Distributors nqulrad. Ground lloor  opportunity. 3730 Winston Cres  cent, Victoria, V8X1S1.  Aulo electric rebuilding business.  Exomlent fleet, logging and industrial accounts. Good Inventory,  equipment and localion.  1,500  sonabie lease. Estsebttslwd six  years, highly respected. (Steal  town lor raising kids, fiahlng, hurting, lakes are mm*. $85,000.  (604)442-5666, Monday lo Saturday.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  DIVORCE? No court appear-  ance or consent ol ttpouea necessary! Just 5-16 weeks. $69.95  Plus axis. You or we type.  Lawyer endorsed Sendlor oopy  of Canada's new Divorce ad and  literature. Seme system since  1970. Divorcervice, 201-1252  Burrard, Venoouver, 1-687-2000.  Franchises evaiable.  ORDER YOUR "LOVE STLIFP  BY MAIL FROM OUR NEW  LOVERS LANE CATALOGUE!  You're assured privacy and security Irom our established slorel  Check us out with the BBB IN  HOME SHOPPING! BEST SELECTION! GREAT SERVICE!  $5/catalogue: LOVERS LANE  BOUTIQUE, 1074 SHOPPERS  ROW,CAMPBELL RIVER, B.C.,  V9W2C6. PHONE: (604)286-  1010.  FOR SALE MISC  SAVE OUR ENVIRONMENT.  Save minimum $2,000 yearly.  101 simple costculting ways.  Tested by iwo women who care.  Booklel/$3 plus S.A.S.E.: Envlro-  Savlngs, P.O. Box 40002, Victoria, B.C., V8W 3N3.  TYPESETTING EQUIPMENT-2  CG Trendsetter 812s, $5,000; 5  CG MDT-350 terminals, $1,000;  CG Easy Coat waxer, $300;  Nuarc VVI418 vertical camera,  $800; Omega DTS diffusion  Iransler processor, $200; Com-  pukwik 2 processor, $100; 2  Gralab darkroom timers, (100;  ByChrome vacuum easel and  pump, $300. Also assorted typesetting and darkroom supplies.  Phone (604)768-4561 or  (604)767-3313.  Arthrilicpain? Achingback? Still  joints? Sleeping hands? "Beulah  Oil" helfjs!! Brochure/inlorma-  lion-$2. Or phone (204)723-  2828. Beulah Land, Box 26, Tre-  heme, Manitoba, R0G2V0.  SAVE MONEY! If you love  wooden loys, why pay through  Ihe nose for them? Build your  own! Slej>-by-step book/SIO.  Shows you how to design and  build your own, plus tree plana lot  an awesome loaderl Write: R.  Martin, 26 Matkson Cres., Saskatoon, SK, S7L 3 V8.  Rock bottom prices on new  mountain bikes: Norco, G.T.,  Kwahara, Rocky Ml.. Kona.  Guaranteed, fully assembled.  Free shipping by Greyhound.  Rocky Cycle, Surrey, B.C.  (604)594-2453.  GETTING MARRIED? Wedding  snd patty decoralkms via Ihe mal  at 20 60% oil retail prices. Write  to: Wedding i Party Decorating,  385 Fairway Rd., Suite 4A, #222  Kitchener, ON, N2C 1X2,  EDUCATION  Ready lor change? Jointhebest  home party plan Best product,  people, service, promotions.  We're tops setting lashlon trends.  Cai Lynn Rooney, ton-tree 1-800-  2684670.  CANADA'S LARGEST Calendar  tuidbtfSlfieesgllloeDfitpeany needs  Mlfusmrej ssling lo local businesses. Highest commissions.  Small relundable investment re-  quked. O'Donnell-DRG, 487-16  Weilney South, Ajax,L1S6W8.  (416)427-8520.  ���USINeEtt OPPOflTUNrTIES  ���Maple Rkfge bueftwu lor sale.  ���Spedskzlng In raepeJra eat T.V.,  V.C.R, microwave snd sound  se-jfrrnenl. (W)46*-0Mg.  Flooring and drapery buatneea lor  eiloInGolden,B.C. Established  14 years. Arae has solid eco-  nofnte base with steady growth.  Goode*jpoftuiwy lor right penon.  Phone (604)3444444, or Box  1003,Golden,B.C.  Purchese Ihe inventory at coal  (approximately $20,000) and  beoome your own bouse. Retail  store on busy Hwy.W in Willams  Lake, B.C. Owner wiring to lease  or Ml equipment. Good lease t>f  holding Irom ptssoti owner. Interested parties ootdsct: M.C.10  Hms.Ltd.(604)39fr6005.  16 pw) intar perk wWi 8 yr. old 3  bedroom home, 6226,009. 15%  lo secure. Excelent retirement  peadiage. Phone (604)442-5352.  Box 2282, Grand Forks, B.C.,  V0H1H0.  RAISE CHINCHILLAS for extra  income. We onetr graded braed-  me stock, cages, tame, delivery,  InelrucHon. FidHlimiriooiMipo-  tertW. Ouwnieed nmrkat, guar-  ewteed production. Ceinidlan  ChtfKrMS, Box 1664, SI. Marys,  ON, N0M2V0, (619)22*6117.  FREE: 1990 ejuide fo study-at-  home correspondence Diploma  courses lor prestigious careers:  Accounling, Airconditioning,  Bookkeeping, Business, Cosmetology, Electronics, LegairMedi-  cal Secretary, Psychology,  Travel. Granton, (5A) 263 Adelaide West, Toronto, 1-800-950-  1B72.  Learn installation, repair and  maintenance ol computer controlled HVAC systems. Graduates ol Hie 14-month Automated  Systems Technology program  are In high demand. Nexl course  begins September 4th. Contacl:  Selkiik College, 2001 SilverKing  Rd., Nelson, B.C., V1L 1C6.  (604)352-6601.  Career-oriented individuals with  technical ability sought lor six-  month Major Apeplianoe Repair  program, beginning September  4th. Inquire: Selelrte CtHlege,  20OI Silver King Rd., Nelson,  B.C..V1L1C8. (604)3524601.  EQWMENT* MACHINERY  SawmM, National Machinery Tie  Mil on steel, diesel power, edgar.  M.eSOO. Box 10, Lytlon. VOK1Z0.  Pteene (604)4554671.  FOR SALE MISC  Lighting fixtures. Western Canada's largest display. Wholesale  and ratal). Free catalogue available. Notbum Lighling Centre,  4600 EM Hastings S|., Burnaby,  B.C., V5C 2K5. Phone:  (604)299-0666.  SAN Horn Shopping dub,  61,000 credit Ine guaranteed.  Calnowlorpre-aepprovedappk-  catlon. (604)3894069,3211 lima  St., Victoria, B.C., V8Z3R9.  LOVE NEST. "ORDER BY  MAI". - Lovers' Toys, Sexy  Novekies - Meofourcatalogue.  Love Nest, 161 EM 1�� a., North  Vancouver, B.C., V7L 1e92.  (6e34)S87-1175. See this eld every  odierweaek.  Magnetic signs lor cars and  trucks. 12"x 2476110. per pair or  $190. lex 2 pairs, tax and stalling  included. Four lines, one color  copy on white background.  (604)530-5657. Fax (604)856-  6578. 25512-12 Ave., Alder-  grove, B.C., VOX 1A0, R.R.K10.  Shoe linishing machine like new.  High speed machine grinds,  trims, bulls, finishes, lis powerful  vacuum system keeps dust away  Irom worK area. Only $5,600.  (604)766-2369.  GARDENING  THE ULTIMATE GARDENER'S  STORE, 1,000's of produds,  greenhouses, hydroponics, hugs  bookselediexe. eJ4 lor catalogue  lull ol money saving coupons.  Western Water Farms, #103,  2012044th Ave., Langley, B.C.,  V3A4P7.  HEALTH  VITAMIN DISCOUNTS. Since  1973, offering high quaHy-lowesI  prices on Vitamins, Minerals.  Herbs, Body Building and Weiejht  Loss, Supplements, Hak Treatment, Skin Care and More. FREE  CATALOGUE. Write: VITAMIN  DISCOUNTS, Dept.BCIS, 260  S.W. Marine Drive, Vancouver,  B.C..V5X2R5.14004634747.  In Vancouver, 321-7000.  Diet Disc program. Doctor recommended. Normalizes oppefie  naturaly and salely. Lose cel-  luite and up to 20 pounds  monthly. Free delivery. Calllejl-  ftee.B.C: Natalie 1-978-3060.  HELP WANTED  Train to manage en Apartment/  Condominium complex. The  government licensed homestudy  certification Indudea Iree placement assistance. Free brochure:  (604)6614456. On RMTI, 1120-  789W.Pefnler,Vancouver,B.C.,  V6C1H2.  HOUSEWIVES, Mothers and In-  temsW persona needed Immett-  aiely to eel loya and gits lor National Home Party Plan. Nom-  vestment, eielivortos or money  coledion. Cai (519(256-7TO.  HELP WANTED  The Cranbrook Regional Hospelal  is seeking ftpeplicafioni Irom Registered Nurses tor lull-lime ptaai-  Ilonslnour150bedladlity. Must  beeHgWefororhavecurrertBC.  reglslrallon. Send resume to:  Mrs. P. Janzen, Cranbrex* Regional Hospital, 13-24lh Ave.  North, Crantwook, B.C., VIC  3H9.  PERSONALS  Low weight; we need 40 overweight persons to lose 10-29 fee,  In Ihe next 30 days with Ihe brand  new Hetbalife Disc Program.  Totally natural. Dodor recommended. Guaranteed satisfaction. Earn $$$ while you lose. 1-  ��7e34056, TOLL-FREE.  Lumber graders lor Tahala sawmill and planermill complex.  Coast Lumber Grading Ticket  required and experience grading  under the British Standard Grading Rules. At* lo maintain a high  degree ol accuracy and adapt to  various in-house, customer sepe-  ceiic grails requirements. Send  resume to: Canadian Pacific For-  est Products, Attn: Sid Bennett,  Industrial Relations, P.O. Box  488,Tahsls,B.C.,V0P1X0.  NEED A NANNY? British and  Filipino nannies waiting to be  sponsored. Call us for your next  runny. BRITISH NANNIES  PLUS, (604)682-2113. #423-  1035 Pacific St., Vancouver, V6E  4G7.  Auto body prep wanled Immediately. Full benefits, experience  necessary. Phone (604)287-  6258. After 6:00 call (604)923-  3172.  Place your classified ad here!  Licensed technidans required tor  G.M. dealership located In Chilliwack. Due to the growlh of our  service department we require  two technicians. G.M. experience  an asset. We provide excelent  wages based on flat rale system,  wilh bonus based on perform-  anoe, medical plan with insurance  and dental plan. Please contact  Deloy Kompp, Service Manager.  Colled: 1-795-6104.  Journeyman carpenler with TO  required for steady employment.  Wages with benefit package.  Experienced in concrete, remodelling, Iraming. Notkan Construction, Box 1210, Port McNeill, B.C.,  VON2R0.  PETS �� LIVESTOCK  6-year old Clyde stud, solid dark  bay; excellent conformation, ap-  proximalely 2.000 bs/$3,200. 7-  year old Clyde-X mare, bred to:  Memwoth Jack.dueioloal 1992/  62,300. 2-year old Unwuaine  be* eeereen lested-SI ,800; Yearly SknmentalbulW,400. For  mora Ho call Chris: (604)��8-  6092.  Belgian Sheepdog (T) bom May  2. Bred lor trainaebilily, good lam-  iety temperament, protediveness,  conformation, working and show  lines. 6 reserved, 2 left. $350.  (604)4674566, Maple Ridge.  REAL ESTATE  Kamloops and Area Properties.  Write for Information or Buyer's  guide lo: Inland Really, 322 .Seymour SI., Kamloops, B.C., V2C  2G2. Attn: Property Coordinator.  Phone: (604)3744022.  RELAX COUNTRY LIVING.  1,6,10 acre lots. Waler, hydro,  telephone, river view and river  Irani. 30 miles wesleX Kamloops.  Call collect: (604)373-2282.  Summerland, B.C., sunny Oka-  lutgan. Archied designed, 4  bedroom brick house on 10  wooded acres. Beautilul 360  degree view. $189,000. Please  cat evenings (604J4M-9327.  156 acres. Grand Forks area.  Original ranch buildings. Hydro,  plumbing, near skiing, golfing.  fishing, boating;, swimming. Private. $119,000. (604)9474081  (before May 25 or after June 15).  Gymnastics Coach (Level ll/lll)  required. Start September 1/90.  Wage 81,500.-62,000. depending  on qualifications. Reply with resume to: Box 653, Brooks, Aberta,  J0J0J0.  Work at home. Be financially independent. Earn higher than  average Income. Take phone  ���xdws lor publisher. People call  you. Bara A Associates. 23003  Applegrave Close, Maple Ridge,  B.C., V2X 9K3. Phone:  (604)467-9841, extension H5,  9sm-2pm.  11.5% Financing. Oyster Bay,  Camptal River. 4.67 acres, view  property, overlooking Georgia  Straight, 100' Irom beach. Dou-  blewide3-bedroom.2-beth,livin-  groom, lamilyroom, klchen, dining 6 wet-tar. Also I-bedroom  cottage 6 large storage/shop,  plus 1-room guest collage. New  Island Hwy. just behind property.  By owner. 8126,000.1-1*23-4066.  Electric Black 6 Decker mower. 1  yr. $80. Used tires 950R-16.5  steel-belled radial $100. New  lires P155-80R1345, all seaoned  radial $90. Near new West Bend  Portable Gas BBO $40.  883-9976. #22  Good   unscreened   topsoil  $!6/yard. Delivered. 885-2251.  #22  FIREWOOD t> Ion pickup load.  Balsam - Hemlock - Fir. Split and  delivered $75. STOCK UP FOR  WINTER 885-5032. #22  Two Iwin beds. exc. shape. $80  each. 886-9856, leave message.  #22  Clearance 4 x 4's. 8' and 12'  lengths. 885-3529. #23  Washer and dryer, $350 pair.  Kenmore, good cond. 885-3415.  #23  20" Candle colour TV, $175 firm.  885-7942. #21  Complele domestic oil-fired hot  waler boiler. 200 gal. oil tank.  383 car engine, very cheap.  885-9754. #23  Heavy duty 1981 Econoline"/. Ion  wants new owner, $3450  885-7331. #23  flare t977 Plymouth 8 passenger  SW, very reliable. $950.  885-2521. #23  1977 2-dr., Plymouth Brougham,  100,000 mi., P/T, exc. $1000  OBO. 885-2854. #21  72 VW Beetle, off frame, restoration completely redone. Lots ol extra parts. $4900 alt. 6 pm.  886-9741 and lve msg.        #23  71 Dodge Scamp, $500 OBO.  886-2426. #23  72 Demon, good body for parts,  nol running. $100. 886-8974.  #21  77 Ford F-250 PU. needs rear  end. $600. 886-3139 alt 6 pm.  #21  '80 GMC short Vandura 305.  P/S, P/B, $3500 OBO  886-2169. #20sr  1976 GMC 1 ton. gd. for parts.  $500.886-4599. #22sr  77 Volkswagen Van lor parts  886-3331. #20ss  1973 Muslang Legrande, 302  auto., gd. rubber, solid body.  $1400.885-2207. #20s  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van.  caplains seals, needs work,  parts. 885-2207. #20s  BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADS  Reach more than 1.5 million  WANTED: 55 OVERWEIGHT  PEOPLE FOR DIET DISC .PROGRAM. We pay you while losing  10-29 ha. in 30 days. Doctor  reoommended. Cell Marie, 1  978-3017, TOLL-FREE.  OFFICE CLERK REQUIRED lor  Ford tlealershtp In Upper Fraser  Valley. Dealership experience  prelerred. Apply In writing with  resume to: Box D46, c/o The  ChlHwack Progress, 45860  Spadlna Avenue, Chilliwack,  B.C.,V2Pi3H9.  JOURNEYMAN AUTOBODY  MECHANIC lor mainly heavy cot-  Hslon repairs. Minimum 10 years  experience. Muat do top quality  work. $18Jhour Hal rale. Cai  Kim's Kustoms (604)265-4012,  Nakusp, B.C.  To place your daaaWed ad call  yowloe^ixiemniurVaynfewispMer  fordslallslOrcalllhaBCYCNA  c6k��al(e04)66e4222.  MISCELLANEOUS  CUDDLESWATERPROOFDIA-  PERS. Etghttayor cotton diaper  j-^v-^rprod shell. Acustom  * with adjustable vekxo labs.  Cel CUDDLES hotline TOLL-  FREE: 14004664831.  SERVICES  Me|or ICBC and Injun/ claim..  Joel A. Wener, trial lawyer lor 21  years. Call coted, (604)736-  5500, Vancouver. II no recovery,  no lee. No Yukon onquirkK.  XBCfXIerad me 63,500. Carey  Unde egof me 8tM,000." G.N.,  AfaboMord. LawollicesolCarey  Llnde. Vancouver 664-7796.  Serving dents throughout B.C.  tex18yeam.  WANTED  WANTED: Experience ooftedor  wishes to purchase older  MfXtronjN potkefy. EspsdalylMt,  Iree or miahroom designs tend  any let or dinner senvteiae made  by Moororoll or Maclntyra. Cai  cdM: Victoria (604)656-2898,  (604)65.3-4312.  For luel 8166.00 you cut  r��a2Swordriaiafcdad  over 100 newafaapera  lliroughoul B.C. and Ihe  Yukon. F��m<oraMomi*lon  -"*"*'.'��  ial(l  74 Ford Van Econoline 200, runs  well. $650 OBO. 886-4917.  #21sr  1988 Chev S10 pickup. 5 spd..  extended warranty, tool box &  rally wheels. $8000 OBO  886-3885 all. 6pm. #2lss  1971 Volvo I44S. 4 dr.. aulo.  needs work. runs. $600  885-7906. #21  1981 Chevelle 2 dr.. 4 spd.. gd.  cond., $1200.885-7906.     #21  1982 Dodge 400 2.6 Hire engine.  4 spd., new carb.. mulllers. all  season radials. $4500.  885-7929. #21  1964 Chevrolet pickup custom  Hat bed. H.D. spring. H.D. radial  tires, 21 MPG, 6 cyl.. $750.  886-3844. #21  1981 Dalsun 280ZX, exc, cond..  sllv/black, 5 sp.. fuel inj.,  T-tops, power everything, new  T/A lires. alpine stereo. $7000  OBO. 885-9224. #21  79 Cordoba, sunrool. very gd.  cond.. only 43.000 mi.. $2500.  886-7394. #21  1972 VW station wagon, rebuilt  engine, good brakes, excellent  Interior. $850 firm. 885-5306  #19"  81 GMC heavy y, ton. VB aulo..  PS/PB. very clean no rust,  $3950.886-8957 #21  74 Blazer, gd. run. gear &  engine. 6 cyl.. 4 spd.. body  rusted, no back window. $200  OBO. 886-4988 #22  1984 Honda Civic. 120.000 kms,  exc. cond.. $5000. 886-9086.  #22  1984 VW Rabbit Cabriolet, red  w/black top. exc. cond., P/S,  5-spd manual, AM/FM cass.,  alloy wheels, sport seals, low  mil, $11,500. 886-2599.     #22  79 Ford F100 Cuslom Explorer,  302 - 3 spd. wilh overdrive, lots  ol work done, bills lo prove.  $3500 lirm. Call 886-2482.  #23  '81 Aries K. 148,000 kms. 4  door, automatic. 4 cyl.. $1500.  885-7208 eves. #23  1985 Toyota Tercell. 2-dr..auto.,  gd. cond.. $5500. 885-4520  eves. e*22ss  1983 Mazda 82000 PU. 5-spd..  AM/FM,   cass,   fibreglass  canopy. $4000 OBO. 886-2748  #21  1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass  Supreme conv.. musl be seen to  be appreciated. $4500.  883-2400. #21  74 Cutlass Supreme HT. P/B,  P/S. $485.885-3585.      #21ss  1980 Ford 250 4x4. 6 cyl. standard, sleel construction box,  $5000. 886-3921 eves.     #20sr  1986 Ford Tempo-L. $5900.  883-2906. #21s  76 Camaro. 350 aulo. 4 barrel,  dual exhaust,  new rubber 8,  brakes, am/lm cassette, goes  good. $1000 OBO. 886-8428.  #19ss  1976 Ford Supercab 'It ton pick  up, rusty, runs great, $775.  885-2207. ,#21ss  74 Toyota ft Ion PU wilh cab &  exlra parts, needs one rocker  panel, asking $600: 74  Plymouth Crickel. $250.  886-7993,737-1504, #21  1975 Cutlass Supreme, twisted  frame, everything else exc.  (parts?). $500. 883-2574.    #2t  1980 Dodge van. 318. 8 pssngr,  power-train exc, $4300.  885-2064 eves, 885-5034.   #21  75 Dodge Dart, 4-dr, V8, auto.,  gd. cond., $750 0B0. 885-9270.  #21  1977 GMC Ve ton PU, good wood  Iruck. runs well. $500.  885-3881. ft1  1989 GMC Tracker 4X4 conv.. 7  mos. old. low km., exc. cond.,  $13,500 OBO. 885-5466 alt. 6  pm. #21  1989F150ClubCab.3O0.6cyl.,  5 spd.. 37.000 km, air. lilt,  cruise, pulse wiper, tack.  AM/FM cass., dual tanks, split  RW anti-lock brakes. $17,000;  12' aluminum boat, $300.  885-5700. #22  1964 Chev Impala, $1500. Ph.  alt. 5 pm. 885-4650. #22  1982 Cavalier SW. 4-dr.. stand..  gd. cond., $2500 OBO  885-7319. #22  Gold 72 MG, molor good, needs  bodywork and brakes. $750.  Firm. 885-5033. #22  77 Grand Safari SW, gd. cond..  new lires & brakes, low mil..  $2500.886-7323. #22  78 Datsun 510, $1100.  886-2826. #21sr  76 302 molor, $200. 886-2826.  #21sr  '69 Plymouth Valiant. $500.  886-2826. #2lsr  1983 Chev Blazer Silverado 4x4.  305 auto., gloss black, grey int.,  exc. cond.. $12,000 OBO.  886-7938 #20ss  SOUTH COAST FORD SOUTH COAST w  THE COAST'S LARGEST SELECTION  USED CARS  1989 TEMPO 2 door. 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1989 ESCORT LX 2 door, 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1989 THUNDERBIRD ve. automatic  1989 DODGE ARIES 4 cylinder, automatic  1989 000GE ARIES 4 cylinder, automatic  1989 CAVALIER SW 4 cylinder, automatic  1988 CUTLASS SUP V6. automatic  1988 OMNI 4DR 4 cylinder, automatic  1988 MUSTANG GTV8. automatic  1988 TOWNCAR 8 cylinder, automatic  1987 FIER0GTV6.5 speed  1987 COUGAR 2DR/CPE V8. automatic  1987 TRACER GS H/BK 4 cylinder, automatic  1987 HONDA SW 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1987 TAURUS SDN 4 door. 6 cylinder, automatic  1987 CAMARO H/BK 6 cylinder, automatic  1986 ESCORT L 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1986 CELEBRITY 4 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1985 TOY SW4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1984 LTD 4 door. V6. automalic  1984 ESCORT 4 door, diesel. 5 speed  1984 CHARGER 2 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1982 EXP 2 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1981 GLC 2 door. 4 cylinder. 4 speed  1981 T-BIRD 8 cylinder, automatic  1981 DATSUN 310 2 door. 4 cylinder. 4 speed  1981 AMC EAGLE 4x4. 6 cylinder. 4 speed  1981 PONTIAC TRANS AM V8. automatic  1980 COUGAR XR7V8. automatic  1980 COUGAR XR7 V8. automatic  1980 GRANADA 2 door. 6 cylinder, automalic  1980 GRANADA 2 door, 6 cylinder, automatic  1980 MUSTANG H/BK V8. automatic  1980 MUSTANG 2 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1979 T-BIRO V8. automatic  1978 CUTLESS SUPREME vs. automatic  1978 LTD II4 door, V8. automatic  1978 DATSUN 510 4 cylinder. 4 speed  1976 SEDAN DEVILLEV8. automatic  1975 T0R0NA00 2 door. VB. automatic  USED TRUCKS  1989 F-150 V8. 5 speed  1989 F-250 V8. automatic  1989 F-150 V8.5 speed  1989 AEROSTAR V6. automatic  1988 RANGER 4 cylinder. 5 speed W/OD  1988 F-150 V8. 4 speed  1988 RANGER S 4 cylinder, 5 speed  1988 F-150 SC 4x4, vs. automatic  1988 AEROSTAR V6, automatic  1987 AEROSTAR ve. automatic W/OD  1986 BRONCO SW 2 door. V6.5 speed  1986 BRONCO IIV6,5 speed  1986 RANGER P/U V6. automatic  1986 RANGER P/U V6.4 speed  1986 RANGER 4x4, V6,4 speed W/OD  1984 BRONCO II 4X4 V6.4 speed  1978 GMC 4X4 V8. automatic  1978 WAGONEERSWve. automatic  1977 FORD ECONO-CAM vs, automatic  1977 DODGE VAN 6 cylinder, automatic  1976 F-250 S/CAB VS. automatic  1973 VW CAMPER VAN 4 cylinder. 4 speed  1968 F-250 VB. 4 speed  SOUTH COASTFORD  FORI) ��� 1INCOIIM ��� MFRCURY  ���J)  SOUTH COAST FORD SOUTH COAST  S  ttr���-   -1 ��� ^-1 As there were no correct entries received a prize of $10 will be  rewarded to the first correct entry drawn which locates the above.  Send your entries to reach the Coast News, Box 4(0, Gibsons by  Saturday of this week.  Minor ball  MOSQUITO DIVISION  Horn Sound P*P  Bson Glass  Peetrocan  Blue Wave  Proato's  Omega  WLT P  3 6 0 6  17 0 2  6 4 OU  5 2 1 11  6 4 012  5 J 1 11  TADPOLE DIVISION  Gibsons Really  Kinsmen  Truffle  EkctricCo.  Legion  WLTP  5 4 610  7 1 5  7 1 3  3 014  1 0 16  SOS  GIBSONS  LANES  886-2086  BRONCO DIVISION  WLTP  DevHtn 5 2 1 11  Kems 3 4 17  SuperValu 3 3 2 7  Sunnycrat Mall 3 5 0 6  PONY DIVISION  NRS  Legion  Iran Workers  WLTP  4 2 0 8  2 4 0 4  3 3 0 6  NOTICE  GAMBIER ISLAND  TRUST COMMITTEE  TUP-03-90  NOTICE is hereby given that the Gambler Island Trust  Committee will, on Thursday, May 31,1990 at 2:00 P.M. IN  THE OFFICES OF THE ISLANDS TRUST, SECOND FLOOR,  1106 COOK STREET, VICTORIA, B.C., be considering a  resolution allowing the Issuance of a Temporary Commercial and Industrial Use Permit, pursuant to Section 975 ol  the Municipal Act, 1979, R.S.B.C. Chapter 290, for the purposes of siting, constructing and operating a temporary  log dump facility on Lot 4, Plan 20538, District Lot 3161,  Land District 37, New Westminster Group 1, and adjacent  land covered by water (foreshore) to allow for watering of  logs originating Irom the aforementioned lot.  "      //      "       /  fits    I   I /��/<��  I297  HOWE  SOUND  SUBJECT AREA  atr,    fit*   tita  GAMBIER    ISLAND  A copy of the proposed permit may be inspected at the  Islands Trust Office from May 14,1990 to May 31,1990 between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday  inclusive, excluding statutory holidays.  Jim Windsor  Secretary  Coast News, May 21,1990  23.  'Peace activists9  Editor:  Recently I read in local  papers that a group of "peace  activists" was trying to .petition  the government to declare the  strait a nuclear free zone and  deny the use of the naval base at  Nanoose to .U.S. naval vessels  because as they, the activists  claim, is the terrible danger they  would be subject to in case of an  accident.  Of course you know that we  have similar small groups of activists here, mainly living on  Gabriola Island, Hornby Island  etc. and not right at Nanoose at  all. So it is interesting to know  what the people of Nanoose  Bay (the ordinary residents not  the base employees) who would  presumably be by far the most  vulnerable think of the workings at the base.  Well I know several residents  there and they are not in the  least worried and have absolutely no use for these "activists."  A few years ago a group of the  latter set up a tent protest camp  at the side of the access road to  the base and far from welcoming them as saviours the local  residents, not the base workers  or military, demanded that the  GVRD kick them out as they  regarded them as a bunch of  grubby non-working parasites  who were nothing but an  eyesore near thar homes.  The GVRD did kick them out  whereupon they moved onto a  piece of private commercial  property a few miles away and it  took repeated action by the  owners to kick them off their  land too. Does this sound like  .people agree with the activists or  strongly disagrw?  The activists then received  from some source a house along  the main highway which they  have christened "the Peace  House" but is known to the  general public as "Hippie  House." Everybody wonders  where these people get their  money as none of the regulars  appear to work.  Strangely these peace and  disarmament folk have never  once criticized any military or  human rights crimes by the  Soviet Union, they either ignore  them, or if pressed, try to make  excuses for them. Yankee  bashing is their prime objective.  Wm. L. English  Editor's Note: In all fairness the  'peace activists' in this case are  our largest local government.  Thank you Gibsons  Editor:  As organizers of the Cancer  Society Campaign, we would  like through your newspaper to  express a sincere thank you to  all the canvassers who assisted  in the Gibsons area during the  month of April.  We would also like to thank  householders, businesses and  organizations, including: Debbie Boghean, Jean Barney, Ev  Cooper, Bonnie Davies, jean  Donald, Ann Gibb, Martha  Hoe, Terry Owen, Mary  Schroler,   Jayne   Sketchley,  Norma Frank of Gibsons was  chosen last Sunday as  Mother's Day 1990 Queen for  the Day. In addition to the  prestigious title, she received  flowers, jewelry, gift certificates, cosmetic supplies,  beauty services, food, chocolates and a photograph to capture the memorable day,  donated by local merchants.  ���Jeff Carpcater photo  VLASSIFIFD ADS  Furniture Land  StCHKT  ,hinc Coast Hwy  Best Print's1 Besl Selection1  Bi'sl Quality1 Rest Service1  Senia Eyton, .Daphne Taphouse, Lily Degnan, Gale  Woodhouse, Sue Wiggins,  Eleanor Arnold, Peggy Campbell, Rhonda Cundliffe,  Frankie Christofferson, Lil��  Eidet, Ethel Harding, Gwen  Nimmo, Gwen Robertson,  Lorea Raymond, Lorraine  Sampson, Julie Skippon, Pat  Schindel, Barbara Wiseman and  Roxanne Wiseman.  The total collected was  $5005.08 plus $970 from daffodil sales. A special thank you  also to Gibsons Council and to  BC Hydro for displaying the  Cancer Society Banner.  Cancer can be beaten with  your help. Thank you, Gibsons.  Gladys Sluis & Dorothy White  Organizers for Gibsons area  Garbage  Editor:  Recently my wife and I walked a half-mile, stretch of the  Port Mellon Highway near the  turn-off to Twin Creeks. We  elected to do our bit and pick up  trash alongside the roadway.  Following is a list of what we  found in that short section:  Approximately two dozen  styrofoam cups, 48 beer cans,  three beer .bottles, six pop tins,  three pop bottles, one wine bottle, one gin bottle, two whiskey  bottles, a variety of milk cartons, cigarette packs, potato  chip bags and other sundry  plastic and cardboard items,  plus some pieces of metal, a sign  find a cassette tape.  Who knows what more is  there to be picked up after the  snow melts?  This suggests several points to  be considered about those who  trash our roadways.  a) They are not into recycling.  b) it doesn't bother them to  pollute our natural surroundings, c) A good many are  drinking and driving.  Why is it that people will not  take responsibility for their own  garbage particularly when it is  only a slight effort to keep a bag  in the vehicle to dispose of later  in a proper way? It doesn't say  much for one's emotional  maturity or level of intelligence  to roll down the window and  pitch their garbage out as if someone will pick up after them.  Robert Nichol  Objects  Editor:  May I correct your reeporter  re the Roberts Creek Community Association meeting last  wirek?  I did not say the Roberts  Creek Settlement Plan was a  "wish list". Maybe someone  else did?  In regard to zoning, lot signs  and development etc., the  Roberts Creek Settlement Plan  is definitely a by-law, has been  so for 10 years and I believe has  been very effective.  H.J. Almond  THE PRICES ARE  GREAT!  ^THRIFTY'S  HELP THE  GIBSONS j   m. h��  SM-24U or Bo�� 59��  Upstairs, abovi Kan's lucky Dollar. Qlbioni  WIN A TRIP FOR TWO  to RENO  3 or 4 nights, including accommodation & airfare.  Contest ends May 30/90.  Pick up your entry form at ���*�����  Siutceodt Aqwm  Travel Dept.  (formerly Gibsons Travel)  886-9255  Sunnycrait Mat  WE SERVICE  ��� All makes of cars & light trucks.  > Brakes, mufflers, transmissions,  & tune-ups.  WE INSPECT  Authorized motor vehicle  inspection facility  Safety checks  WE SELL  ��� Selected, inspected & serviced  pre-owned automobiles  1 Consignment sales welcome  OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK  gat  SUNCOAST MOTORS  1 I l/7 Sunshine Coast Hwy ...  fl...  (Near Pratt Rd ) Gibsons 000-O.fclO  Any way uou Slice it  the Classifieds bring results  4       ��       9      14  PACIFIC HOMES...  OUR REPUTATION  IS BUILDING.  ��� Pre-assembled components speed erection time  ��� Windows - factory installed in wall sections  ��� Premium quality kiln-dried lumber  ��� Floor, wall and roof sheathing:  standard grade fir plywood  ��� Control cost by controlling waste - nothing to burn  ��� Your timetable sets our delivery schedule from pre-  assembled framing components to kitchen cabinets  ��� Ottr plans or yours - custom design service available  4��PACIFIC HOMES  THS        VIAaLl       ALTSANATIVe  2007942nd Avenue, Langley. B.C. V3A 5E6  Tel. (604) 534-7441    ���    Fax (604) 534-1802  DAVID PYE CONSTRUCTION  P.O. Box 1873  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  8854490  i 0��ce again the Brothers Park washrooms are vandalized. (See story).  trash washrooms  by Jeff Carpenter  At last Tuesday's council  meeting Municipal Clerk Lorraine Goddard report^ that the  Brothers Park washroom had  been vandalized again  "Both lamps were smashed  and the toilet bowls were smashed by large rocks," Goddard explained.  Because of earlier instances  of vandalism the washrooms  were 'only open when control!  ed'. The doors had been locked,  so the vandals apparently forced their way inside.  ���Goddard told council the  doors were dented and 'it appeared a vehicle had been used.'  Though Goddard didn't  believe the vandals had initially  come to intentionally destroy  the washrooms, she believed  that in their frustration of not  being able to get inside, they  were so annoyed they smashed  them'.  She added that the washroom  doors had been unlocked  recently as an experiment, but  that attempt had failed to stop  vandalism as well. She said she  hopes the 'superintendent of  works comes up with something'.  Goddard is angered that  repair costs limit funds to other  worthwhile projects.  "For every dollar spent (on  repairing the washroom) is one  we can't spend on improving  something else."  CONTRACTORS PLEASE NOTE  "All in a day's work." Cocker spaniel 'Tammy' has adopted an  abandoned kitten and provides all the mothering needed.  Spaniel mothers kitten  When Grace Johnson arrivefd  from Vancouver for a quiet  weekend on the Sunshine Coast  she mentioned to the owners of  Sunshine Lodge, where she was  staying, that  she hoped her  grandson located the source of a  mewing sound coming from her  attic in town.  The next day, her grandson  joined her complete with a three  day old kitten and a doll's baby  bottle. The tiny creature had  been abandoned by her straying  mother. _,  |  lot o limited lime save S3 00 per void on  Aiimttong's two 'best pioducls! Designer  SolorkW and Designer Solution' II. Ihese  Soloiion no-woi floors feature Aimstiong's  eiclusive Moid Color' monuloctuiing process  Designer Soloiion piesents o richness in (obui  ond a handoafled look that no primed floor con  match, bul wilh a speeiol toughness to lesist  dents, cuts, ond teots.  an uvoet yard en ttrefettteeeally  eiettofied Aemitroeeg Hoofing  Act now to choose from nearly 80 Aimsliong  Designer Soloiion hlgh-loshion patterns and  colours .in gleommg high shine .. luxurious  matte    oi exguisitely sfulpluied finishes  Beautiful flooring designed in step with oil yaw  deeotahng needs  Armstrong... Really Great Looks  ...Extra Value  (Armstrong  When her brother, Douglas  Cawthera on Flume Road,  heard about the little orphan, he  (in true Sunshine Coast style)  came up with a possible solution. Not far away from where  he lives reside Chris and Page  Ricard and their cocker spaniel  Tammy.  Tammy it seems has an  unusual habit of producing milk  but not bearing pups.  A quick trip to the Ricards  and the kitten and Tammy were  introduced. Tammy was conveniently lactating at the time and  a bond was soon formed.  The official adoption took  place on Mothers day.  SPCA  One hundred cents out of  every dollar raised supports  humane work sheltering homeless animals, investigating  reports of cruelty or abuse and  controlling animal population  growth.  Your tax deductible donation  to the SPCA helps provide spay  and neuter programs, adoption  and exercise programs, food  and medical treatment for the  hundreds of animals that come  into our shelters and hospitals  werry yrjar.  Kindness to animals means  loving and caring for those in  your own life and helping us to  take care of the rest.  For further information  about Animal Kindness Month,  donating, or about the SPCA  generally, please contact  885-4771.  OPEN HOUSE  Friday, May 25, 4 to 6 pm  Saturday, May 26, 11 am to 2 pm  1263 NORTH ROAD (by Chamberlin Road) GIBSONS  A landscape of meadow, orchard, pond and woods epltlmlzes the ease of ranch-style living In this  home that has been designed to harmonize with nature amidst Its S acre expanse. The 4 bedroom  6-year-old 1745 sq. ft. home offers privacy, quality and charm and the easy and open single-level  design boasts vaulted ceilings, rough cedar walls and beams, skylights, beautilul doors and windows  and a floor-to-celling (ireplace. Vegetable gardens, cedar deck with spa. $225,000.  ANDERSON REALTY  Stan or Diane Anderson  5686 Cowrie Slreet, Sechelt 885 3211  88S 238', Home 885-2899 Fax  I

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