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Array LEGISLATIVE UBRAKY        \  Part.amentB.uWm(*S  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  COAST  50 cents per copy on newsstands  itiMHumwBB  NEWS  June 29,1992 Volume 46 Issue 26  /  Wilson  to resign  SCRD post  in August  by Jane Seyd  He's said it before and he'll  My it again.  Gordon Wilson has announced once more that he'll be  resigning his position as regional board director for the Pender  Harbour area.  While the exact time frame  is still vague, Wilson indicated  his resignation will likely come  in August, so that a by-election  for his director's seat can be  held along with a referendum  on the Pender Harbour landfill  in October.  "The letter is written," Wilson said. Now it's just a matter  of deciding when to send it.  Wilson said holding a by-  election in the fall would be  "the most responsible thing to  do," since combining the by-  election and the expected referendum would be cheaper and  would allow fishermen who  won't be around in the summer  to consider running for election.  About his lengthy leave-of-  absence from the regional district, Wilson said, "There's a  legitimate concern...but I'm  very conscious that by-elections  are expensive."  1 "It isn't as if the area is not  being represented. Some would  say it isn't being democratically  represented, but there is representation."  Originally, Wilson announced in January of this year that  he would be resigning from his  director's chair in February.  "In my role as Leader of the  Opposition it simply will not be  possible for me to discharge my  regional district responsibilities  in the way I'd like to," Wilson  said at that time, "...realistically, I just can't do justice to both  demands."  Since then, said Wilson,  both the issues of the Pender  Harbour land use bylaw and  landfill - which he wants to see  through to resolution - have  been delayed, so he chose to  put off his resignation.  At a recent public hearing on  the land-use bylaw, several residents said they were upset at  Wilson's absence.  But Wilson said he has not  received any comments directly  from constituents asking about  his pending resignation. "I  haven't heard a word," he said.  a\rea A alternate Cy O'Leary  also reported he hasn't received  complaints about his unelected  status.  At a recent meeting,  O'Leary commented to other  directors, "I wonder if this is  more fun talking about the Pender Hnrbour dump or the constitution."  Since December, Wilson has  not been receiving payment  from the regional district, while  O'Leary recently received a  retroactive cheque for the regular stipend due to the Area A  representative.  O'Leary said he does not  intend to run in the by-election  after Wilson's resignation,  because of the time commitments required "to do the job  right."  't  m  SCRAPS group  proposes Coast  recycling study  Local llama breeder Ev Siemans supervised the birth of this adorable baby llama Wednesday after  eleven and a half months of waiting. The yet-to-be-named male joins four-year-old parents and a  one-year-old brother on the Siemans' West Sechelt farm, Joel Johnstone photo  by Jane Seyd  The SCRAPS recycling  group is putting together a proposal for a Coast-wide study of  recycling needs, after getting a  tentative go-ahead from the  regional district.  If the study takes place, at an  expected cost of between  $12,500 and $17,500, it would  then form part of a larger waste  management plan expected in  the future from the regional district. And when in comes to  recycling, said Jim Gurney,  public utilities chairman,  "SCRAPS is the logical body to  do it."  To begin with, SCRAPS proposes concentrating efforts on  recycling of cardboard on the  Coast, including material  thrown out by commercial businesses.  Albert Eger, vice-president  of the recycling organization,  told the public utilities committee that between 750 and 1,000  tons of cardboard now going to  the Sechelt landfill each year  could be recycled with the proper equipment.  And unlike the situation with  some materials, recycling of  cardboard is a real economic  possibility, said Eger, as recycled cardboard currently fetches  a market price of $50 per tonne.  Such an initiative will  requirt money, though. Right  now, the Gibsons recycling  depot processes 365 tons of  material a year, said Eger, and it  "just isn't do-able" to add a further 750 to 1,000 tons to that  facility. A new horizontal compactor would be required, as  well as a truck, forklift and  warehouse space to handle the  cardboard. For the businesses,  some kind of pick-up schedule  would also have to be introduced.  In total, a "hazy idea of the  cost" would be around  $100,000, said Eger, "...that's  not brand new equipment  either."  Grants from the provincial  government are available to  finance 30 per cent of capital  cost.  SCRAPS would also like to  look into increased newspaper  recycling, said Eger, perhaps  making use of designated dropoff points at locations around  the Coast.  With two new malls on the  Coast, said Eger, "each of those  represents a potential for consumer recycling."  Any plan for increased cardboard and newspaper recycling  wouldn't affect the other operations of the Gibsons depot.  GRIPS to  join in  SCRAPS  survey  by Roxanne Gregory  The Pender Harbour Recycling group, GRIP, is planning  to participate with SCRAPS in  a survey which will try to determine how much commercial  cardboard is available.  This information will be  used to determine the needs for  transportation, and the size of  compactors which will be  required.  Commercial cardboard is  now being stored by individual  businesses in the area. In addition, GRIP is working on the  establishment of a manned  depot to be operated in conjunction with the interim SCRD  transfer station, at the Pender  Harbour landfill site.  Currently GRIP is working  on its internal organization and  is actively recruiting volunteers.  Said organizer Linda Goble:  "We have the community commitment, it's just a matter of  time and organization."  We are attending regular  meetings with the SCRD. What  we want is an active recycling  depot at the interim transfer station site."  Strike mediator Ready attempts reconciliation  by Stuart Burnside  The government-appointed  mediator in the pulp and paper  dispute, Vince Ready, has been  returned to the fray in an effort  to reunite the unions and  employers. Ready made contact  with the Canadian Paper Workers Union (CPU)last week and  talks were held on Saturday.  "We don't know whal to  expect," CPU local 1119 president Terry Duffy said before the  Saturday meeting. "It's not like  it's the companies calling us  back to the table." Duffy said  receiving the call from the  employers was the ideal indication things were moving for the  better.  "Mr. Ready is trying to get  both sides talking again," Duffy  said, "and that's good. But if the  employers aren't ready to negotiate then it'll probably be a  waste of time."  The mediator's job, according to Duffy, is to act as a go-  between for the different fac  tions, even when bolh sides are  talking. "We (union representatives) are in one room," Duffy  said, "and (the employers representatives) are in another, and  Mr. Ready does the communi  cating."  In a press release, the Minister of Labour Moe Sihota called  for both sides to demonstrate a  willingness to negotiate and follow Ready's lead. "There can be  no resolution unless both parties  are at the bargaining table,"  Sihota said, "...(Both sides)  must be prepared to make some  compromises to bring about an  early resolution."  Bugs become lever in HSPP mill strike  The President of Canadian Paperworkers  Union (CPU, local 1119), Terry Duffy elaborated on his union's position on the effluent  and molasses eating "mill bugs" Wednesday,  while acknowledging the micro-organisms  had become a bargaining tool in local 1119's  strike effort.  "What we're looking for," Duffy said, "is  for the company to pay our medical during  the shut down (the CPU lost that benefit  when the strike started)."  According to Duffy, the cost of paying  workers' medical coverage for a two-month  period would be equivalent to one day of  operating time. He pointed out that if the  bugs die the mill could lose up to 30 days  operating while the bug population is rebuilt  after the strike.  The 'bugs' are effluent eating microorganisms and an intricate part of the mill's  pollution treatment system. Now that the  mill has ceased operation, the "bugs" are  running out of effluent to eat.  A substitute diet is molasses (a tanker  truck a week), but the mill has none stored  and must bring a supply from Alberta, then it  must get across CPU picket lines.  Duffy, in defending his local's stance on  the bugs, noted that Howe Sound Pulp and  Paper had enough strike warning to get a  supply of bug food stored up, as other mills  around the province had done.  "They should have done something about  it earlier." Duffy said, "Now they have to get  molasses across the picket line but they  won't give us anything in return."  New municipal powers would let towns protect trees  Si  by Nancy Moote  Sunshine Coast mayors are  cautiously welcoming a proposed provincial law that would  give them more power to restrict  tree cutting in their towns.  Bill 77, tabled June 19 and  expected to become law by the  end of the legislative session,  would give municipalities the  power to prohibit or regulate  the cutting and removal of trees,  the damaging of bees or activi  ties that may damage trees.  Councils could decide to protect individual trees because of  their importance to the community as heritage sites or wildlife  habitat. They could also require  the replacement of illegally  removed trees at the owner's  expense.  However, tree cutting bylaws  could not be used to prevent  development or other land use  allowed by the property's zon  ing.The proposed law gives  more latitude to towns than the  current law, which requires  geotechnical evidence of danger  from erosion or flooding before  cutting can be stopped.  Sechelt mayor Nancy  Maclarty said she discussed the  proposed law with the town's  clerk and planner Wednesday.  She-was pleased that the provincial government is "recognizing  we know best for our municipal  ities and giving us powers to do  things," but she was doubtful  Sechelt could enforce a tree-cutting bylaw with only one bylaw  officer.  "We have a hard time even  getting people to get building  permits," she said. "People have  this frontier attitude." Regarding  the tree replacement section of  the bill, she scoffed at the idea  of replacing a 70-foot fir with a  seedling. "Once a tree is down,  it's down," she said.  Gibsons mayor Erie Small  said the law would be a welcome addition, and Gibsons will  definitely consider a tree cutting  bylaw. "It is certainly another  tool we will have that we didn't  have before," he said.  Small was doubtful that the  proposed law could apply to  Gospel Rock property, since the  law is not meant to be used to  prohibit development.  Check out our  ^Wu)rW^  supplement Coast News, June 29, 1992  Happy  Birthday  Canada!  We're open everyday  Mon & Tues 9-7  CANADA DAY, Wed July 1,10-6  Thurs 9-7 ��� Fri 9-9  Sat 9-6 ��� Sun 10-6  ^#y\adA  I        JemW   wvJem.  Groceries  green can  i round  toffee   .yousave 1.11  French's - prepared  all flavours  e  ream  bucket yousave 1.27  i Dry Ginger .Me or  ike or  irite   .you save .71  6��.t-**m f  3  188  ).F. - granulated  ilte  igar  I kg .yousave 1.70  158  598  UD. 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(  Batteries  ��� �� 9      4xAA yousave 1.10  8����  .  I "a  5"  . '  _  498  148  248  239  1��  188  1��  488  488  388  IiauBiiaHiiiai  L- ���  ���  mtmmamm\\m\\\\m\\\\\\\\\\%  ��� ��� . ������f^a^^arr.-.^.^Mt.t.^aTla'Aiaa^a.T.^M^MaaiiMMaaaatMMIMi11*-^ Coast News, lune 29, 1992  "Your Family Food Store"  Serving the Community Since 1950  Trail Bay Mall Sechelt 885-2025  Meat 885-9812       Bakery 885-9823  Shop Easy is changing it's name!   | Save-A-Tape  Help us choose a new name for the store.  Submit youi sujgwtions lor a new store name. There is a box at the service counter for your suggestions.  Deadline Is Saturday, July 4th, 1992. We will draw one entry from the suggestions submitted to receive a  deluxe Kingston! barbeque grill.  Why are we changing our name after all these years?  Recently our main wholesaler, which owns the "Shop Easy" name, asked us to sign a new franchise  agreement Signing the agreement and remaining the "Shop Easy" store would radically change the way we  conduct business. We would have lost a lot of the flexibility we currently have in buying that has allowed us to  biini^ you the selection and quality of products you have enjoyed. And our prices would have risen. Because  we are so much larger than the usual "Shop Easy" store, a common advertising policy and standardized  pricing wilh the smaller stores would have meant price increases. So, after 35 years, we are letting the name  g".  The ownership of the store is not changing.  Yon will see the same laces and receive the same good service to which you are accustomed. We will continue  to supply the greatest selection of top quality products at competitive prices. We look forward In the  continuation of our 42 year history as an independent, family owned supermarket in Sechelt.  lit eUiftaeti.  All names suggested become the property of Trail Bay Developments Ltd. Trail Bay Developments Ltd.  appreciates the input of persons submitting suggestions but is under no obligation to use any of the names  suggested  Kor a limited time, you can save cash register tapes for yourself. Any  tapes dated between March 1. 1992 and Dec 1. 1992 can be  exchanged at our service counter for a gift certificate, redeemable at  any one of the following Trail Bay Mall stores: Bobbie's Shoes. Ralsten  Zales. Books and Stuff. (loddard's. Nova Jewellery. Headquarters,  Upstairs & Downstairs Shoppe. Sew Easy or Sole Keetures.  You will receive one $1(1 gift certificate for each $5(10 in tapes. Your  certificates can he redeemed for goods or services, any time prior to  Dec 24. 1992. Spend them as you get them or save them up!  Our Recycling  Depot is open  9:30 - 5:30  everyday except  holidays  These are just a few of the more than 350 specials you'll find in store for you.  Prices effective Monday, June 29 to Sunday, July 5  Meat  Canada Gr. A Beef  Prime  Rib Roast  7.60 kg   3*��.b  For the Bar-B-Que - Boneless  Eye of  Round Steak  6.59 kg    *; '  rutv. .,<(.... 4*1*  2"  Medium  Ground Beef  3.51 kg   1M.b  Fresh - .Bone In  Chicken Breast  5.49 kg   ^���ib  Fresh -Family Pack  Chicken Legs  Back attached 2.18 kg  ���99 ib  Fresh  Chicken Wings  3.29 kg   I49 ib  Bulk - Grimms  European Weiners  7.69 kg   34*��b  Grimms - Bulk  Popperoni  7.69 kg   349  ������������  Schneider  ���Smoked Sausage  with Cheese  8.80 kg   Schneiders - 7 varieties  Meat Pies  250g..   Seafood  Fresh  Cod Fillets  6.59 kg   Imitation Crab  8.80 kg   Previously Frozen  Scallops  19.82 kg   Smoked  Cod Fillets  9.90 kg   Dairy  Schneider>  Soft     .  Margarine   00  454gtub yousave .67 U^kW%0  Parkay ��m|    ?-v��f*-9?WPQttl.*  Margarine  958  1.36kg yousave 1.11=-. v    mm  Dairyland **    c     '���  Cottage Cheese  500 g you save .34 ���  Armstrong - superthin  Cheese Slices  500 g. 32's you save 1.37 3  Armstrong  Medium Cheddar  random cuts  (OS /O off  BC  Blueberries 449  3.28 kg  I lb  5 lb case 725ea  BCorUS  Cauliflower 7q  399  J-74*:  f^ib  California - Navel  Oranges  1*70 Large 86 kg iv9 lb  Co  California  Carrots  5 lb bag  ���       lb  California  Peaches  299,b 1*74 kg .    .79 lb  8M.b  449.b  UPO  and a $60.00 grocery order (excluding toba  Will receive one durable canvas shopping bag (reg.  value $4.99) limit one per customer while supplies  last.  Sale price without coupon $2.99  VAS SHOPPING BAG  Otter Expires July 5,1992 \  Bakery  Crusty  Rolls  Pkg of 12   Chowry  Coffee Cakes  8"   Pi.ua Pretsels  Pkg of 3   Cheese Broad  454 g   Fruit Broad  454 g   Blueberry  Cheesecake  8\'.]..?.1.2,   Deli  Schneiders  Harvest Tyme  Turkey Breast  Sliced 100 gr   Schneiders  Black Forest or  Old Fashion Ham  Sliced 100 gr   -J 89  ���J .29  J-MS  What tM. SdwKNfcr ��in��j tm  bueanrm in 1090. tat made only ihe  ���Vie* meat product! money rouM buy  Hit legacy oi quality continues lo iha  day, and OlM'l why. when you  perfuse My product bearing the JM'i  Dt* Beat laM. Sttmckkn guvani��a  your oomptrtc IMWkHoil  SflMlajLe  "Taste the difference quality makei"  V  6O0off  Any Deli Item  Limit one per customer  Offer Expires July 5,1992 Coast News, lune 29, 1992  opinion  The country,  not its leaders  Our sonorous Prime Minister has, on the eve of Canada's 125th birthday, issued yet another deadline before  which we can quake.  "If the first ministers," intones Mulroney, "cannot  reach agreement before July 15th. ihe federal governmenl  will take unilateral action."  Does anybody still care? Has not (his endless minuet  been danced ad nauseam'.'  Look, this country got by many a crisis between !Sf>7  and 1982 when it didn't even have a constitution. Then  thai guru of Canadianism. the arrogance known by his  Liberal minions as Pierre The Finger' Trudeau, decided  that his place in the history books would be assured by  the so-called repatriation of the constitution.  They met. you may remember, in Ihe kilchen in Ihe  middle of the night alter Premier Rene Levesquc of Quebec had gone lo bed and together ihe Prime Minister -  Levesque's principal rival in La Belle Province and the  nine Anglophones who led the other provinces hammered  out an agreement and brought the constitution home.  They would bring in Quebec later, they told us And  Brian Mulroney saw thai as Ihe path by which he would  find immortality in the history ol Ihe country. That took  us around the lake with Ihe Mccch Lake Accords and  down the tangled garden path of the last Ihree years.  Alter what seems like a million denunciations from Ihe  politicians and millions of meetings attended by earnest  Canadians who sought to do their bit to save their country. Mulroney now tells us lhal Ihe federal government  may act alone on Ihe constitution, as il is apparently  empowered lo do.  Ah. had they but told us this 10 years ago.  This much, surely, has become as clear as crystal. If  this country has a third Prime Minister in a row who  aches for immortality we are done for.  Let the silly buggers take unilateral action. If we don't  like it we will throw them out. which we are most likely  to do in any case. If Ihis country isn't sick of grandiose  posturing and mellifluous bilge by this time it doesn't  deserve to survive.  On the eve of the fifth quarter of our history it is  mandatory that we wrench our minds away from the crew  of pathetic posturers with which some-unfortunate-how  we have saddled ourselves What a tribe of nitwits. From  Premier Welch, ponderous and inepl in everything except  agreement scuttling, to his obedient Liberal echo in this  province, there is not a one of them who inspires credibility let alone confidence.  Forget the rascals, we say. Don't even invite them to  our birthday party. What makes this country unique and  breathtakingly beautiful in the world has got absolutely  nothing to do with these sanctimonious and self-serving  windbags.  From Long Beach on Vancouver Island to Cape Spear  in Newfoundland, this is a country which inspires awe  and respect. It is peopled by those. French. English. Aboriginal and others, who have endured and survived an  often harsh and challenging climate. There is much to  marvel at and much to admire.  Let us cling to that. Let us respect each other, each  from our different backgrounds, for the fact remains that  in an often harsh climate we have sculpted a kind and  reasonable country. That we have abysmal taste in politicians and are saddled as a consequence with these masters of pompous flatulence is unfortunate. Bul it is the  country we are called upon to celebrate, not its leaders.  letters  Change thinking  and lifestyle  An open letter to  Clifford Smith,  superintendent of schools  As a concerned citizen on the  Sunshine Coast. I have been following the various discussion  regarding the proposal to put  condom machines in the Chatelech washrooms.  It seems like one has to join  forces with either of Iwo lines of  thought: If you are in favour of  this proposal, you are saying yes  to "free sex" and allowing the  young people to* make decisions  for themselves; if you are  opposed, then you are trying to  impose morals on another and  are guilty of increasing the  "Aids potential" among our  young people and our society.  (After all. "they will do it anyway'js the mentality.)  I personally believe that if  the education process would  include the right substance of  education curriculum (not sex  education), that a change in  thinking would reflect itself in a  change in lifestyle. This education change would not need to  incorporate the Holy Bible or  religion (although I believe this  would be the ideal), but should  train our young people lhat normal sexual behaviour involves a  monogamous sexual relationship within tbe bonds of marriage  Further, it is the accepted and  condoned mentality of promiscuity where S.T.D.'s are a genuine concern to die innocent, as  well. This means that either we  become content with deterioration, or we clean up our act. The  hardest thing for our children  and young people is to learn to  practise right and moral living  without-seeing any!  An educator in a school district in California attempted this  kind of change in the grade  seven and eight level curriculum  and in a matter of a few years  saw big results.  Out of a school enrolment of  800 students there was an average of 147 pregnancies per year  before this program change  began. The following year this  number drgpped to 20; and the  years since then have been averaging about 40 per year.  History verifies that "what  one generation does in modera  tion. the next will do in excess".  Therefore, it behooves us to take  steps to decrease the level of  sexual immorality within the  children and youth section of  our society, thus slowing down  the process of depravity.  I do not envy your position  or responsibility regarding this  and many other matters affecting our education system. However, 1 do promise to pray for  you. that God would grant you  wisdom in rightly dealing with  this issue.  REV. ED PETERS, Pastor  Sunshine Coasl Gospel  Church  Help find  a better way  There is an echo in this community. For years we heard:  young people are going to  experiment; this is a high risk  activity: as adults we need to  help them to experiment safely.  So we bought graduating classes  alcohol, we provided 'safe'  places for graduating classes to  drink; we drove inebriated children around so they wouldn't  die on the roads.  Thei. we found a better way -  dry grads. We said: There is a  strong temptation for you lo  associate alcohol with celebration; we know that there is  letters welcome  Vie welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 68  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  extreme danger in your use of  alcohol; we love you; we will  help you leam a better way. .'  Now we hear: we are going  to experiment; this is a high risk  activity; as adults, you need to  help us to experiment safely; put  condom machines in our school  washrooms. I pray we will find  a bener way.  I want lo say: we love you;  Ihere is a strong temptation to  engage in sexual activity; we  love you; we know that sexual  activity with a partner who has  had other partners is now life-  threatening; we love you; we  know lhat no device can truly  protect you from the tiny AIDS  virus; we love you; we will help  vou leam a better way.  AUDREY OWEN  Gibsons  Local business  commended  I agree with Peter McPher-  son's opinion, set out in his  recent letter to the Coast News,  about the good quality of business services on the Coast.  I have dealt with three of die  firms he mentioned in his letter.  Gibsons Building Supplies.  Radio Shack in Sechelt and  Sunshine GM in Wilson Creek  Gibsons Building Supplies  always has time lo give me  advice. The owner of Radio  Shack look the time to deliver a  TV to my Halfmoon Bay house  and hook it up to my VCR. Sunshine Coast GM went out of its  way to satisfy me in a major  overhaul of my pick-up truck.  Now, if Shop Easy, who  turn to page 5  From Confederation Centre to the Sunshine Coast  It seems to me particularly appropriate that, in  the immediate vicinity of Canada's national holiday, a group of Ulented West Coasters led by Lyn  Vernon, should be planning to present for public  enjoyment that perennial favourite and tbe pride of  Prince Edward Island. Anne of Green Gables  Whether the timing is accidental or deliberate.  this is surely a sea to shining sea undertaking and  this often fractious country. God knows can use  all the ties that bind that are available.  During, our Ctaadian odyssey last summer my  wife and I found another connection between the  Sunshine Coast and Lucy Maude Montgomery's  beloved island on the Atlantic coast of thi- country  The Confederation Cenue in Charlottetown.  P.E.I. is both an edifice erects to commemorate  the meeting there in 1864 of John A Macdonald  and ihe rest of the Fathers of Confederauon and the  prime location in the country for the presentation  of Lucy Maude's moving tribute to spunk and  character in 19th Century Prince Edward Island.  Daily outside the Confederation Centre, actors  re-enact the meeting of John A Macdonald.  D'Arcy McGee. et al. Nighdy in tbe summertime  the Confederation Theatre inside presents Anne of  Green Gables to packed audiences. Many young  Canadian theatrical ingenues get their professional  career lucked into high gear playing tbe carrot  s' \|  musings  john burnside  hatred orphan on the island of her author's birth  There is a plaque on the wall of the Confe<lera-  non Theatre which caught our attention dunne our  visit there The Most Promising Young Artist of  1990 working at the Confederation Theaut was  none other than Jennifer Copping, daughter of  South Coast Ford s Bill Copping We took pnde in  finding the evidence of success in the professional  life of one of our most promising local products  They say that the winters blow in cold and  snowy off the Atlantic Ocean of Canada s east  coast Certainly, however, the place has a bewitching charm in the summer time Some of the most  beautiful beaches I have ever seen encircle the  entire island The famous red soil and sandstone  beaches contrast beautifully with the verdant green  of the mixed fanning community.  When we were there it was lale August and the  dark green of the potatoes ready for picking and  the gold of the wheat, the blue of the sky and the  deep red soil made for a pastoral beauty which was  both dazzling and peacefully soothing.  For this old refugee of the West Coast of Scot-  land. the omnipresence of dairy tattle was a peaceful and familiar joy.  Though by far the best known. Lucy Maude  Montgomery was not the only Prince Edward  Islander of genius living on the island in the second lulf of die 19th century. There is something,  sadly, more typically Canadian in the story of  architect William Critchlow Hams  Scattered throughout the island are some of the  most picturesque churches we had ever seen They  were of all denominations and all in predominant  white with black trimmings. Within these narrow  parameters the architect, and it was obviously the  same person, tad worked little miracles- of tasteful  and subtle design which made every single church  unique and all were outstandingly pretty.  1 lost track of the number of I -turns 1 made to  go back whilst my wife took pictures of churches.  In the green and undulating landscape the white  and black edifices were sometimes visible from  miles away. Sometimes you turned a comer of a  rural highway and there among the trees and fertile  fields was another breathtaking little wonder with  the unmistakable sump, as we discovered, of  William Critchlow Harris.  What made Harris's story more typically and  poignanUy Canadian than that of the island's illustrious lady writer was that, despite his obvious  genius, he was generally considered something of.  a failure in his lifetime.  And surely, too, there is a familiar Canadian  resonance in the story of how he lost his one big  chance at fame and recognition. Harris was to have  designed the Halifax Cathedral - many of his  churches adorn the mainland province too - but  shortly before the work was to begin there arrived  from Lpper Canada a new bishop who decided lhat  an architect who had never left the Marilimes  could not be trusted with the design of a major  Anglican Cathedral.  It is not too much to say that shortly thereafter  Harris died in heart broken obscurity.  The Sunshine Coast Music Society will present  its version of Anne of Green Gables at the Festival  Pavilion at Rockwood Lodge in Sechelt from July  3-11 at 7.30 p.m. There are matinee performances  July 5 and 12 at 2 p.m.  The performance will be conducted by Lyn  Vernon, directed by Edo Boersma, and choreographed by another local talent, dancer Karen  Boothroyd.  Frances and I will be there with vivid memories  of the birth place of the story dancing alongside  the performance.  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The  lake is a long nana* sun of lake like hundreds of others in that part  ol the country, with an island in the middle of Ihe lowei pari, and a  small can n built nn the island and a picture of Alec in the cairn.  I he lake is central in the regular sequence of aerial maps for ('ana  da and so ihe map is called Nutter l-ake, bul Ihere are no towns on  this map and certainly no n,al|s. ll is aboul on a latitude wilh  COUrchill on Hudson's Bay and about central in the province and  nobody goes there.  I probably Hew ova it on occasion, belore it was named as il is,  and before Ihe anient map was printed. I was Instructing at the  NAK) Navigation school in Winnipeg and we needed this kind of  almost featureless countr) to try oui navigators over.  Anothei young bioiliei of mine, and cieaily a mote intrepid tyjie,  conceived ihe notion a lew yeais ago lhal he should go up and visit  this lake and build this calm and pul Alec's picture in it. He was a  lawyei hy trade and not auv kind of notable voyageui.  We .lie not. alas, a particularly good letter writing family, which is  probably mainly my fault, mid Philip's plans weie well advanced, and  he totally committed, before anyone else heard the Drat thing about it.  He was going to have In lly up lo The Pas from Winnipeg, take a bus  Iruiii there In llie nearest rivet system which could lead, wilh a numbei ol portages up into Nutlet Lake, pick up an aluminum canoe,  stock ii wiih all llie siulf that he had meticulously decided that he  would need for aimuith and more (and he is a good detail man), and  lake oil against the strongest and strongly given advice of the RCMP  and all ihe natural resources people about.  He made it up there alright, going mostly down river since all lhat  watei is draining into Hudson's Bay. and he buill Ihe little cairn and  he pul in the picture and he sal around loi a bit and did a little fishing.  There was nobody there ol course, and he didn't even see one aircraft  'fly ovei.  Coming back was something different, going against Ihe stream  and all Eventually a fortuitous bush pilot spoiled him lying in a  bunch of reeds and ix'nple got him back to Ihe General Hospital in  Winnipeg.  A silly nothing venture some might vety well say, costing after all,  letters  in a nutshell  s. nutter  the realm a certain amount of dough. It is haid to disaguv with Ihis.  but I do in fact, disagree. Nothing it would seem has resulted from  this sashay north. The lake as far as anyone knows surely must remain  the same. The same lish swim about in it I he same ddeks and geese  alight on it. Ihe sedges are the sedges that they have been since the  lasl ice age. It is simply as it has been since the first tree trod heie  and certainly a hell of a long time before the first Nutter  We, the Nutters that is, are not supposing that we should take pos  session of Ihis lake simply because it is called by oui name. Ihcie aie  things you could do wiih ihis lake I suppose. A fisher) might be ihis  sible heir In Ihe pasl ihey used to lly fish out ol ihe north An intei  national rcscaich headquarters could be cited on Ihe island, coming up  with Ihe very latest on black tiies, and deei Hies elc.  A kind of music might be managed oul of a small sludio on the  island, a blend as it were of Dogiib and limit and Nashville, and il  would sweep the land. Within a few years, very lew, we could have a  writer's festival on this island, and who knows who might turn up  with entourage?  Better il seems lo me, which is going to be the easiest thing any  way, if we just leave il up there in Ihe sun and the snow and the  bu/zing of Ihe Hies and whatnot. It is not a bad situation lo have this  band of country to the north that few people teally want lo live in; and  lo have this band of country to the soulh that for one reason and  another we don't all feel we want to live. Given a little time you  know, we might actually figure out whal sort of a country we really  do want to live in.  Meanwhile, boys and girls, ladies and gents, men and women, let's  know what we've gol up there and know what we've gol down there,  and let's give a little thought to what we've got in between.  Marlee Fashions  celebrates Canada's Birthday  with  50% off  EVERYTHING  IN STOCK*  *bniv|�� Utt-Jt-Tganiirf** & Am*Mt.��tt-*  TWO DAYS ONLY       ~~  Fri. July 3rd & Sat. July 4th  HACKETT PARK  from page 4  must be com mended lot Iheir  .recycling efforts and whose  sales clerks are always friendly.  would give us seniors a ten per  cenl discount day once a month,  as do Id A and Supei Valu, that  would make my day.  BROCK B. IIANSKN  Huliniiinii Buy  Proud to service  'prolific' BC writers  We weie surprised to read of  Ihe difficulties Mr. Stuart Nutter  has experienced Hying to find  replacement ribbons for his venerable Corona manual typewriter, loi the last 29 years, Poison  typewriters of Vancouver has  done its best lo provide ribbons  and other supplies for typewriters of all makes, ages and  descriptions. Spool ribbons of  the kind Mr. Nutter requires are  still being manufactured and we  stock many of ihem. He might  also enjoy seeing our display of  antique tyjiewriters at our show  room on West Broadway.  Mr. Nutter is understandably  wary of giving up Ihe machine  which has served him so well  these many yeais foi Ihe apparent overkill of the computer.  But progress has brought wiih it  more, rather than less, choices  for humanity, at least as far as  the typewriter is concerned.  Between Ihe manual typewriter  and the computer, there are a  myriad of machines of varying  ability including sturdy  electrics, electronic typewriters,  and wind porcessors ideal for  lite intrepid columnist.  We hope to be of service in  Ihe near future to Mr. Nutter and  all prolific IK' writers who wish  lo abandon themselves to the  inevitable march of progress.  ART SKILL, president  Poison Typwrilers Ltd.  I shall return  Weeks of fuming traffic  clogging lungs with gas and  diesel smoke, ears assaulted by  vehicle noises, sirens, traffic  jams, rush, hurry, horns blast,  uptight angry drivers insulting  each olhei wilh uplifted middle  lingers.  Iwo heavenly days of fresh  clear air, drinkable clean water,  liesh ocean swims, quiet clean  hiking trails, birds chirping, the  smell of fresh pine and blackberry. Fresh farm eggs, homemade bread, squeezed orange  juice. No TV, no phone calls.  No schedule. Laughter, hugs,  warm times with peaceful people. Quality conversation, a  bubble bath by candlelight,  fresh gingei tea. t hale to pack  my bag. I hate to even think of  returning to big city life.  Bul go I must from this  Incredible bed and breakfast  experience, saying so long and a  heartfelt thank you to Sharrou  and Ken McMillan or the Old  Mayiie House. lhank you for  the recharged batteries that will  allow me lo cope with a few  more weeks of fuming traffic. I  shall return.  JASON FKKKIS  Vancouver  #  ROLL-UP ALUMINUM AWNINGS  SUN WHEN YOU WANT IT  SHADE WHEN YOU NEED IT  ��Control sun and shade to suit your comfort level.  �� Protect valuable furnishings from sun damage.  ��� Custom tailored to your house.  > Wide choice of colours and patterns to enhance your exterior  ��Inside control at no extra cost  CONTOUR  LTD.  SHOVVROQM851 HWY. 101* GIBSONS ��� B.C.  ; PH/FAX: 886*3191  H^  SATURDAY           SUNDAY  .       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A Dollar a Bag Day  (-p^Thi-iHy*  HELP THE  Donation.,    8*6 2486 or Bo. 59S  Town turns tap on new water supply  APRIL 1992 "BEST SELLERS" AWARD  BETH PATE & LINDSAY BEYNON  ��E  (.llaSOYS Kl  CANADA DAY  CELEBRATION  Friday and Saturday July 3 & 4  -1���-  PRIME RIB DINNER  $>  with mil that trimmings  Reservations Requested  SENIORS  SPECIAL  Every Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday  SAVE  15%   on your  menu selection alcoholic beverages  not included  DOCKSIDE DELI  Open dally from 6am - 4pm for breakfast and lunch  by Charles Hart  The valve turned Tuesday  opening the tap in the first phase  of a joint water supply agree  mem between the Town of (lib  sons and the Sunshine Coast  Regional District.  The principles for calculating  a user fee for the regional sup  ply have been worked out, hut  an exact price has still to be  finalised, according to Sieg  lehmann, SCRD public works  superintendent.  "We're almost there,"  Lehman told Ihe Coasl News  Thursday. "There's still ongoing  discussions. As far as the over  all rate of so much per thousand  gallons, il still hasn't been deter  mined."  Lehman said a decision  would likely he made at the next  meeiing of the joint water com  mittee, bul a date for that meel  ing hasn'l been set yet.  (iibsons mayor (trie Small  said he was under Ihe impres  sion lhal a fee for the water, sur  plus SCRD supply that will he  pumped into the town's third  zone reservoir above the town's  works yard on Henry Road, had  been agreed.  In any event, the town is  comfortable with the formula  discussed and Small said based  on that the town has calculated  lhal Ihe costs incurred for SCRD  supply will be returned in  reduced pumping costs to zone  three reservoir, the highest and  most expensive to operate.  Ihe Town of (iibsons came online with the SCRD water system Wednesday with a valve tiirnint,  ceremony. SCRD chairman Peggy Connor, superintendent of public works Sieg Lehmann, andjj  regional directors Jim Gurney and Brett McGillivray shared the ribbon cutting honours will*  (iibsons councillor Ted Hume and Mayor Eric Small.  The town spent $20,000 from  its waler fund to pay for the  hook up, installing a new pump,  water meters and connection  pipes.  Major improvements are  planned within the next year as  the integration of the two systems is phased in.  (iibsons is applying for  grants lo help offset the estimated $450,000 cost of installing a  14 inch water main from (led  des Road to Leek Road in  Joel Johnstone phokjt  ',  Roberts Creek. ,  In addition, the town wilf;  construct a new 5 million gallon*  reservoir al a cost of $350,000,!  The cost will later be reim-J  bursed by the SCRD, said town*  administrator Dan Legg.  3  Another council kick at Pavilion use policy  by Stuart Burnside  Rehearsals for Anne of Green Gables narrowly missed being barred from the Festival  of the Written Arts (FWA) pavilion last  week when a property owner neighbouring  the facility complained that council permission hadn't been sought before the rehearsals  began.  Council permission is needed to utilise  Ihe Pavilion in months other than July and  August and the firsl on location rehearsal  for Anne of Green Gables (which is to be  performed at Ihe pavilion throughout early  letter asking for Ihe rehearsals to be permit-  led. The letter became the subject of a special closed to the public council meeting last  Wednesday in which Sechelt's reigning  seven debated for an hour and a half before  allowing the show to go on.  "The actors are all working very hard on  this production," Keller said the day after the  meeting, "bul they need to continue rehearsing."  She said none of the performers except  Ihe producer knew of Ihe problem. "We didn't tell Ihem (the actors) because Ihey already  July) was held last week without the. re-  have enough on their minds."  quired council nod.              *fa- Restrictions on Pavilion use have been an  Festival organizer Betty Keller, after issue in Sechelt since council built the strut-  receiving word she was out of compliance lure for the FWA in 1989. Al that time, and  with council dictates, wrote the prerequisite in an effort to appease the property owner  mmmmmtmw��tm*7<''-^���>>**  Notice Board  Ongoing events must be updated monthly  We reserve ihe right toedll submission] !<>r brevity  All submissions should refer !���> mm-profii events nf genuine community interest  Ilems will be listed three weeks prior lo Ihe event.  The Sunshine  Coasl News  MONDAY, JUNE 29  Tht Canadian Federation ol University  Women will hold an evening meeting at 7:30  pm. The Community Futures' Otlice. Toredo  Square. Foi Into call 885-9589 28  Gibsons But Society Membership Meeiing.  7:00pm. Maiine Room.  TUESDAY, JUNE 30  Pott Natal Clatt 7-9pm. Gibsons Health Unit.  To register call Sue Lehman. 885-7930.  Eveiyone welcome. 30  WEDNESDAY, JULY 1  Ctnada Day Celebratlont! 10:30 am  Children's parade. 11:00 am. Official Opening.  Dougall Park, Gibsons. 27  Marine Lift Fitld Trip al Sargeant Bay duiing  th lowest tide this summer. We meet at the  beach at 12:00 noon. We will diag a nel along  the beach and catch (and release) some ol the  variety ol intei tidal maiine lite. 30  SATURDAY, JULY 4  Fishing Derby fa BBQ at Coopeis Green,  sponsored by SC Ducks Unlimited Canada.  Limited tickets available. For inlormation call  Mary Jackson 885-7650 28  Hunter Gallery will give a reception loi painter  Audrey Buchanan and potter Ross Buchanan to  open threir show "Clay and Color". 30  Hard Timet Dance sponsored by the Sechelt  Chamber ol Commerce at 8:00 pm in the Royal  Canadian Legion, Wharf Street. Tickets $10  available at Chamber Office. Sew Easy or  Axana-Dew. For Info call 885-3100. 28  Sechelt Celebration Days r.ontinuos in Hackett  Park all day. Everyone is welcome. 30  SUNDAY, JULY 5  Pender Harbour Mutlc Society welcomes  Columbia Boys and Girls Choirs. USA at Pender  Harbour Community Hall. 3-4:00 pm. Tickets $5  members $6 non-members. Children under 12  Iree. Tickets al Ihe door. 29  Botany Field Trip at Sargeant Bay. Get to  know more about the large variety ol plants on  the beach. Sargeant Bay Society. Meet at the  beach at 9:00 am. 30  Sechelt Celebration Dayt continues in Hackett  Park all day. Everyone welcome. 30  MONDAY, JULY 6  Sunshine Coatt Arts Council sponsoring the  Yu-Tsai Elementary School Choir Irom Taiwan  at Ravens Cry Theatre and 7:30 pm. Tickets  available at Ravens Cry Theatre and outlets.  $10 each.  MISCELLANEOUS  Sunshine Coast Music Society presents Anne  ol Green Gtbltt at The Festival Pavillion  Rockwood Centre. Sechelt. July 3,4,7.9,10,11 at  7:30 pm. And July 5, and 12th at 2:00pm.     30  Children! Theatre Workthop July 6-11th. by  Driftwood Players. Performance at Country Fair  of Halmoon Bay. For Into call 885-5527.  Bethel Baptist Summer Fun. July 6-August  26th. Monday to Friday (ages 6 to 11 yrs old) lor  more info please call Tracey Jardine. 885-2454.  27  Parent Tot Summer Fun 1992 Outdoor  summer adventures lor children up to age 5  accompanied by a parent. Cost $25 To pre-  register and program details call Wendy 886-  3287 or Tammy 886-2699 30  Sechelt Star Starch Auditions lor Sechelt  Celebration Days. Open to ages 13 to 21. For  into 885-9091. 28  Chatelech Secondary School Seeking  donated books. Please drop oil at Shadow Box  Gallery. 26  Elphinstone Pioneer Muttum is open seven  days a week. The various displays are constantly changing Everyone Welcome. Located at 716  Winn Road in Holland Park, across from  Gibsons Post Office. For info 886-8232. Wheel  chair access. 26  Totem Lodge - Everyday is visiting day at  Totem Lodge. Visit Ihe uioneers ol your community. 26  Folk Dancing at Roberts Creek School,  Community Use Room. Every Tues 7:00 - 9:00  pm. Fee $3.00 Drop in, everyone welcome. 26  The Inter-Active Video Butlnett Ditc  Program is now available at Ihe Sunshine  Coast Business Development Centre, #205-  5710 Teredo Square. Inio 885-1959.. 26  MONDAYS  St. Hilda's 1 St. Andrew's Youth Group every  Monday nighl. All young people welcome. Call  885-6036, lor more info. 26  Seniors' Branch 69, Carpet Bowling, Mondays  1:30 pm. Entrclte with Joan Fiembd Mons. &  Thursdays -11-12. 26  Overeaten Anonymous 7:30 pm. Holy Family  Church Hall., Sechelt. Phone 885-2108 or 886-  4781 lor details. 26  Adult Children of Alcoholics or  Dytfunctlonal Families meel at St. Mary's  Church HaH In Gibsons, 7:30 - 9. 26  Sunshine Coatt Breakaway Parents Meeting  lor parents concerned about their children's  drug �� alcohol use. 807 Kiwanis Way. Gibsons.  7:30 pm For into call 886-2423. 26  TUESDAYS  First Tuesday ot every month, local art rental &  tales it Sunthlne Coatt Art Centre. Open 2-  6pm. Colfee served. Original works by Sunshine  Coast artists lor sale or rent; any donations ol  unused Irames gratefully accepted. 885-5412.26  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic at Coast Garibaldi Heallh  Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday Irom 7  lo 9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment  necessary 885-7770 26  3C't Weight Lott Support Group meets  12:45-2 30pm, at Ihe United Church. Glasslord  Rd.. Gibsons. Info: 886-7159. 26  Adult Children ol Alcoholics or  Dytfunctlonal Families meet at Ihe Action  Centie in Sechelt, 7:30 - 9:00pm. 26  FRIDAYS  United Church Thrift Shop in basemanl ol  church off Truman Rd.. open Fridays, 1 to 3 pm.  26  Gibsont Pensioners Org Branch #38 Tia Chi  at 1:30 and cards al 7:00 pm lor seniors at  Harmony Hall every Friday. Info 886-9619 or  886-9000.  court notes  who is now complaining aboul its rehearsal.;  use, council stipulated that the building;  would only be used in July and August and)  no event during the rest of Ihe year was to bej  considered. i  Last year, however, the new and present;  council decided, after lengthy discussions,'*  lhat it was inappropriate to have such a limit't  ed use for the facility and opened the pavil,}  ion year-round, provided each event received*  their approval ���%  "It never occurred to me we would need!  permission to rehearse (Ann of Grcertl  Gables)," Keller explained. "One of tho!  main reasons for the restrictions is the park-''  ing difficulties, bul there aren't any parking)  problems rehearsing the play, just a few pe*b-!J  pie and a few cars." ^  i  In provincial court June 23, Judge Doug Campbell elected not lo*  send a father of two to jail for driving while under suspension.       ;-:,l  Just before midnight on May 9, Charles Storvold was pulled ovtr1,  as he drove by a large gathering of youths on Bums Road in Gibson^ J  When the police officer asked for his licence, Storvold admitted he>  had none; he was prohibited from driving until August 20 due to nn!  impaired driving conviction last summer. Storvold was also convict-!}  edof impaired driving in 198.1. I  "It was a mistake," Storvold said. When the judge asked if he pre-ij  ferred jail alone, or a shorter jail term plus a fine, Storvold asked In]  he could serve his sentence on weekends so he could keep his job.     j  "I don't like to see a sentence that takes a man away from his fam-i|  ily," said Crown counsel Anthony Rowley, suggesting (he further"  suspension of Storvold's license instead of jail. "That's a serious!!  punishment in this area, because there's no alternate transport," he''t  told the judge. l!  Judge Campbell decided to impose an $800 fine and no jail sen-!!  lence, but left the length of licence suspension to the discretion of the;;  superintendent of motor vehicles. .a  Impaired fined j  A Sechelt man who was giving a friend a ride home after an|;  evening of drinking May 21 was pulled over when an RCMP officer!,  spotted him speeding through Davis Bay. Harold Joe's speech was!,  slurred and he had trouble with his balance, according 10 the police"!  report; at the police station an hour later his breath lesl showed .19!!;  ml. of alcohol. He pleaded guilty to impaired driving, was fined $575 |  and prohibited from driving for one year. I]  26  SATURDAYS  Youth Drop In Center. Grade 7 and up. Come  and go as you please. 5123 Davis Bay Road.  7:00 -11:00pm. 26  SUNDAYS  The Sunshine Coatt Stamp Club meet 7:30  pm 1st and 3rd Sunday at Sechelt Library.  Phone 885-3381 or 885-7088. Open forall  ages.  26  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  CompeUtlvB Prices  Camp Run  CEDAR-RH-HEMLOCK  -7033  886.2622  885-3930  Coast News Classifieds  ..'. ^^^.^a^m^^^H^aU  M^MMMI  ���MMN Coasl News, June 29, 1992  Prices Good June 29 ��� July 4  Come shop at IGAPtta open seven days a  week, Mon - Sat 9-9, Sun 9-6. You'll find a  large variety of grocery products, choice  meats, produce items, bakery and  deli service.  FRESH SUMMER PRODUCE  Whole .Seedless Watermelon 025 Ib  California Cantaloupe ��33\b  Roosendal Farms  Long English Cucumuers mS9ea  Ms?  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By putting  clippings back Into your lawn, the Recycler mower helps solve a disposal problem lor you as well as  'a'********' a land fill problem lor your community.  matfiSae^  THIS WEEKS   ha���j,*  SPECIAL    *1049  Liquid Chlorine mmmmmmm^  ���fi***  Pick up your  SUNSHINE COAST  SALMON ENHANCEMENT  Fishing Derby Tickets  At GBS  Derby Date is Sat Aug. 1st  Th9  <S  you  S^CCEi  a?*  trie,  * **&�����*&  ���flUNA  5 gallon  rn0/u*  Gibsons 886-8141  Sechelt 885-  GIBSON  OPENMon-SatS^pr  Sun (Gibsons only) 10am-4pm  Vancouver (toll free) 688-6814  y   **�����   y    t*^,Jf  S    va    '������'��� ������?������;  BUILDING SUPPLIES  TWO LOCATIONS SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY ��� GIBSONS WHARF AND DOLPHIN ��� SECHELT  a  '���'   '���'._���.:-���.���  ���    ��� - -      ;-;���'-���-������  . . toast News, June 29, 1992  community  *  .f*****ff Aij^sons  by GetH ki C'ooptT  Noted in the lilphinstone  Museum a new display cut ol  arctic mementos loaned by Hill  White, now of Sechell, who  from 1931 io 19.14 was a constable on the KCMP's St Koch  in Coronition (lull the St  Roch had been sent lo the Arctic to assert 1'anudian sov  ereignt) in those distant  regions; regions that "lell like  anolhei country" to Constable  White  While, a man oi exceedingly  itrong principles, lefl the  RCMP In the 30s when he dii  coveied policemen weie going  lo be used lo hieak up peaceful  demonstrations ol the Qnem  ployed  On of the (iiMiiniiiiisi I'any  organlzen and leaden oi the  trade union movement in those  limes. White later defied llie  party upon finding Ihey ���would  compromise ihe most lunda  mental trade union principles if  Ihey figured il was an assel  politically "  While's years as union lead  er aie recorded in A Haul Man  lo Heal by Pendei Harbour's  Howard White Here we meet a  man with a brass mouth, a  bareknuckle adversary of tough  bosses Hut beyond the su|ierti  cial we discovei a man with an  unyielding sense of fair play  and au astute tactician in negotiations.  White was undermined and  skidded oul of Ihe party for his  opposition lo Iheii practices in  union affairs He had always  Ihoughl the objective of the  party was "supposed to eliminate privilege, not jusl lake il  from one group and give it to  anolhei." But it wasn't operal  ing thai way. he found  While went on lo war with  the press for their slanted  reporting, but found a tough  opponent there.  White fought ihe injustices  in ihe Workers' Compensation  of his day and saw changes  come that treated workers as  humans. He fought a case of  closed shop all ihe way to the  Privy Council in Britain, a  precedent-selling case.  As he reads his lively  account, the reader soon conies  to feel ihe intense earnestness  of this unsung man of history.  BC's history.  Library notes  Ihe Gibsons and Districl  Public library now has the  1992 edition of Encyclopedia  Brilannica. Ihis 29 volume  addition lo the reference collee  lion was presented by Dorothy  Wormian in memory of her  longtime friend and companion,  Jean Fallows.  As a leather at Elphinstone  Secondary. Jean Fallows is  remembered as "giving with  pleasure, knowledge spiced  with wisdom, friendship with  affection."  Through the generosity of  Jean tallows, Ihe whole community can now make use of  her posthumous gift, one she  would have delighted in giving  in peison.  Congratulation!!  Congratulations to long time  Coast residents Verda and Cius  Schneider, who's 12 year old  grandson Shown Jones Perry  was recently chosen lo participate on the Norther Alberta  Selects hockey team.  Shown, who has been play  ing hockey since he was five,  was one of .IS Atom division  players chosen for Ihe leam.  Three wotds about  Great Coffee   FRESH,  FRESH,  FRESH!  Three words about  Fresh Coffee   AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  ball Doug at  886-7686  OFFICE S- RESTAURANT COFFU  Supplies tV Equipment  Lowest Prices of we Year!  m pioneer Car & Home STEREOS  BRAND NEW STOCK arming dally  Loaded with Features'      We will MEET or BEAT VANCOUVER PRICES  SOUND ADVICE  Ihe llii.il touches on (.ill. ins I'm k I'lu/.i hi ought, lilt lo right. Wai in mid Duvid l.iiiigpre of Marcorp Ih.t'lupiiiiiit loip lovaii ill (.ilisiius Mm in I hi Small. 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To place your classified ad, call us...  COAST^NEWS  i^^^^ffli  COAST NEWS  WEEKENDER  886-2622   or 885-3930  VISA  MMMMMMMMI  ���MM  Afti  mmWa Coast News, lune 29, 1992  ��� 23 Modern Rooms  ��� Kitchen Units - by week or month  ��� Colour Cable T.V.   ��� Full Bath & Shower  ��� Direct Dial Phones ��� Reasonable Rates  886-2419    Sunshine Coast Hwy. Gibsons, B.C.  community  davis bay  roberta creek  ?& f^r^i^i^rgi'fD'  Fri. & Sat. night, July 3 &4  Bing  HOT SNACKS  EVERY NIGHT  So General Meetings  until September  .".(H-.4 Lower Road ��� 886-9984  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-J42V  Calling all architects, builders and creators:  now is Ihe lime to exhibit your talents at the second annual sand caslle competition to be held Sal  unlay. July 4 al Davis Bay beach  Sponsored by Trail Bay merchants, the competition is open to all ages and starts at 12 noon, finishing at 2:.K> pm when the judging will begin.  Then will be l plaque for Ihe besl caslle, with ribbons for second and third, give a ways, kite flying  and oiIh'i surprises.  Among Ihe judges selected so far will be Ml.A  (ioidon Wilson and John Nicholson, a local school  principal Pick a picnic supper, pul some cold  drink) in Ihe cooler and throw in the bathing suits.  What a way to s|hmuI a family day al ihe beach.  Ihe Music Recital featuiing Alice llorsmanand  liieiids which was held al Si John's Uniled  Church in Dtvil Bay Sunday June II was io all  accounts, a smashing success.  Iheii repertoire included selections ranging  front Draw, Roulnl and Handel Included weie  .mas front Madame Butterfly, Carmen and The  Magic I line, among others llie accompanist,  Aiila I eiing. played brilliantly,  Some topical songs from Lei Miserables and  Phantom Of the Open, two well known slage pro  ductions currently in vogue. Altogether Ihere were  eight artists who performed, two of which are local  talent: one being soprano Alice llorsman and the  other, mezzo-soprano Shelley Cross.  The audience was so enraptured by the pei loi  malice that they sustained a two-minute standing  ovation amid calls of Bravo. A wonderfully enter  taining afternoon.  On Wednesday we will celebrate the 125th  anniversary of confederation, a day when we can  give lhanks for the privilege of living in this greal  country called Canada. As a young new colony,  British Columbia was lured into confederation  July 20, 1871 by Sir John A. MacDonald's  promise of a railway thai would link the country  from sea to sea. True to his word, lhat became a  reality November 7, I8K5 wlten the lasl spike was  driven to unite the rails of Ihe CPU linjoy your  holiday. Wave your flag.  She's intuitive, sensitive, patriotic, maternal  and helpful she's a crab and she has a birthday  July 2. Greetings to a good friend, Shirley Gagnon  Cathy is still in ICU on life support and still in  need of prayers and loving encouragement. If you  haven't already, please send her a card in care of:  Cathy Frenken, RR#t,C34, Heather ;Site, Sechelt,  BC. Blessings to you...  I    I  ^N^V@^iS^M^L\^E I0J lljfjj^ ilgk  CALLING ALL KIDS!!} Pi^  Decorate Your Bike _ "ESJ  or Trike for the DECORATION  CAN.ADA DAY BIKE PARADE  at the Mall 12:30 pmjuly 1st  SUNNYCREST MALL  Join Us at 1pm for  FREE CAKE & BEVERAGE  in Recognition of This Day... A Day To Be  PROUD to be a CANADIAN!!  HIGHWAY 101  - UPPER GIBSONS  by Beverify Shipley 8M-22I5  When planting a new section of flower beds or when  looking for a vine lo cover a  trellis or fence, just look  around you or in your neighbouring wild bush. A favourite  lhat is easy to transplant and  looks really elegant next to  flowers such as snap dragons or  tail wild flowers, is the sword  fern and its smaller variety.  I ems will not do well in a hoi.  dry spin. Try them in a shaded,  cool area along the edge of a  lifeline or in a partial sunny  corner. Ihey will seem to die  off but be patient, as the nexl  spring they will push up their  curly fronds and grow larger  every year.  Two vines thai grow locally  arc very hardy and useful as  well as beautiful. Ihey are the  dark green ivy and our own  variety of wild honeysuckle  You will find honeysuckle any  where in the shade around wild  roses, under cedar trees, even  in beach grass along the rocks  and sand. Honeysuckle takes a  while to establish, but once it  does, it grows many feet each  year providing sweet smelling  pale yellow flowers thai really  permeate the air on a summer  night. Hummingbirds love their  nectar.  Honeysuckle loses its small  green leaves every fall, but ivy  does not, which makes it an  ideal cover for ugly boards,  pipes or any unsightly area. All  il needs is water and ties to  train it. Bul remember, this ivy  will eventually kill another tree  if allowed lo grow up and  around a hemlock or fir.  Then there are those delicate-looking but hardy wild  roses. If kept under control  (prune twice a year without fail  or they will become a prickly  nuisance) these local bushes  make a beautiful paych or border. Their pink flowers only  last a day or two each, bul  when pruned and healthy they  produce large amounts of  bloom. Then leave the flowers  to reveal their bright fed fruit  (rose hip). Wild roses also can  be trained as a climber.  The question of whether or  not Foxgloves and Mullein  plants are native to this area is  debatable. But since the West  Coast Indians used the leaves  of the Foxglove as diapers for  their babies, long before any  white explorers arrived on the  Coast, it suggests that they are  natural to this area. Along any  logging road far up the mountains on the Sunshine Coast  you will find doited clumps of  Foxgloves. Whether or not the  above plants are truly native is  beside the point. They arc wild  species that grow here and they  do look great in flower beds,  but I cannot see planting fire-  weed or skunk cabbage which  does smell like a skunk, hence  ils name, thai only grows in  very boggy areas, in your flower beds.  Pitch and putt on hold  The zoning application lo  allow a pitch and putt course at  Maskell Road and the highway  has been put on hold. During  Ihe SCRD's committee meeting, directors were scheduled to  give first and second reading to  the revised bylaw, but it was  put on hold awaiting a sight  inspection. Does this mean that  a sight inspection is supposed  to be done and so far has not  been? Is it possible lhat public  opinion does really mean  something to our politicians? It  looks as if the SCRD is actually thinking of not repeating in  this case, their bad habil of 'the  cart before the horse' syndrome  (eg. Regional District Park at  the mouth of Roberts Creek).  Remember  il you're going to  gamble with your  Septic Tank  a Hush �������������   ^ ^\  is better lj!        9  than a '. ///  lull W  house! J  loi seplic lank pumprnq"'  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064  ask tor Lucky .any  MMMMI  Mtom*aamM*%m*m&aammmmm, Coast News, June 29, 1992  11  taMMiff.fcqr*ypMfcf��  Not-so-decp under the kindergarten building at Sechelt Elementary, students are building a smaU llotUla or handmade canoe)  out of scrap wood pieces. Under the direction or Arts Centre  curator Larry Westlake and the guidance or teacher Roger  LaGasse the kids hope to sell the boats to get back money invested in screws, tools and stick-em materials.        Joel Johnstone photo  by Ruth Forrester, ��85-Ml,1  Halfmoon Bay is no longer  the happy relaxed area that it  used to be and residents must be  warned of what is-going on  right under their noses. When a  car can be stolen from one's  own driveway, driven up a  rough road and vandalized  beyond all repair, this is indeed  a sickening phenomenon. This  happened last weekend on  Redrooffs Road with the occupants sitting right there in their  living room and the vehicle  parked only about 50 feet away.  We are now forced to live  under tension, listening for any  strange or unusual sound, but  this is what now has to be done,  since it is impossible for a few  RCMP to be constantly patrol-  'ling our area. It is up to all of us  to immediately report anything  suspicious and if you have  something unusual, to find out  what il might be and report It  right away. Now we have to  lock ourselves in our homes,  lock our vehicles and be on the  alert at all times.  A truly sad state of affairs in  what was once the most desirable and safe area on the Sunshine Coast. Where do we go  from here to get away from this  influx of criminal activities?  On a happier note - hope you  athletes are getting in shape to  tackle the three and a half mile  Trophy Run at the Halfmoon  Bay Country Fair on Sunday,  July 12. The race starts at 10:30  am at Connor Park, but you  must be there half an hour ahead  of time and have pre-registered  by calling Peggy at 885-9347.  Another excidng fun event is  the annual Car Rally on d*e Friday evening of July 10. All that  is needed for each car is a driver  and a navigator to help solve tbe  mysteries of the clues,* gpod;  sense of humour and an entry'  fee of $12 per car. There'are  some worthwhile prizes too,  First prize is $100 and second,'  boat rental provided by Buccaneer Marina.  Once again,' pre-registration  is required, and it would be wise  to do it now by calling Eunice at  885-5180.  Entry forms for the Baking  Contest are available by calling  Betty at 885-5029. There are  some great bakers out there, so  . let's see a whole vaariely of  goodies which will be auctioned  following the 1 pm judging.  ; Marine life  This Wednesday, July I, is  the date for the annual intertidal  marine life events at Sargeants  Bay, when there will be one of  the summer's lowest tides. A  beach seine will be dragged  along the beach to catch, then  release, some of the creatures  normally hidden from view.  Don't miss this educational  event and bring your children to  the beach at 12 noon.  Then on Sunday, July 5, a  group will meet on the beach at  9 am, when Teny Taylor will be  guiding a tour to identify the  varied vegetation on the beach  area which separates the salt  water of Sargeant Bay from the  fresh water in the marsh and the  new Colvin Lake.  Retirement tad Insurance Planning  ��� Retirement I ��� Lawrence KL  Planning l^ii^tiiH    Chambers. 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Wear off  those calories and donate to the  Lions at ihe same time while  taking a brisk walk to Purpose  Bay Park and back. You can  pick up pledge sheets at local  merchants.  At 12 noon, the second annual sandcnsllc contest al Davis  Buy will egin airing yi r  shovels, bucket. and children  (sand available on site). The  Trail Bay merchants will begin  judging the masterpieces at 2:30  pm.  Meanwhile back at Hackett  Park, there is fun and food in the  making. Strains of a familiar  lune will be wafting through the  trees as the Teddy Bears Picnic  . begins. Graham Walker and the  Dancing Bears will entertain.  If you can sit still long  enough, you could get your face  painted into a jewel-like mask  by a member of the arts council  and once you're feeling so decorative, stroll across the street to  their open house al the Arts  Centre.  If you'd like a different perspective on your community,  you can get yourself to the fool  of Inlet Street and hop on an  Airspan Helicopter for an exciting tour of the area.  At 2 pm the famous Waiter's  Race is being held in the parking lol of (iillignn's Pub. del  there early and cheer on your  favourite team.  Nikki Weber will be hard at  work in Oreencourt at the Star  Search Talent Contest, a preliminary to the PNE talent contest  later this summer. Be sure to  drop by to see these talented  leens (under 18). Pre-register for  participation by calling Nikki at  885-9091.  Decisions. Make up your  mind which stars lo watch  because the Little League baseball teams will be playing on the  west diamond starting al 2 pm.  If all this activity makes you  tired and thirsty you can gel  yourself a spot in front of the  stage in Hacketl Park. Your  favourite beverage, served by  the seniors, will be available and  you can jusl sel a spell, and  watch Ihe live entertainment on  stage from noon to 9:30 pm.  There is something for every  musical tasle - folk, gospel, soft  rock, jazz and rock and roll.  Take a deep breath now, run  home for a quick change of  clothes and put the kids to bed.  Babysitters will be at a premium  because the Chamber of Commerce is pulling on a dance at  the Legion.  Sunday, July 5  Did you miss the Lions Pancake Breakfast on Saturday?  You're in luck - they are back.  Once again, you'll need ihe  energy. Today's Journey for  Sight is a triathalon. It all begins  at 9:30 am. Cam Cameron at  885-7470 will fill you in on all  the details.  Hackett Park will be buzzing  wilh activity all day. Come by  for story telling, stage entertainment, free origami workshop  and more.  At 1:30 pm kids field events  hosted by the Chamber of Commerce will begin. Sack races,  three-legged races, foot races -  all the traditional children's  events. The RCMP's Bike  Rodeo will also take place on  the fields at Hackett Park.  The firemen and the RCMP  have a chance to show their  stuff at a ground shaking tug-of-  war at 3 pm. Just watching them  will build up appetites for the  Doughnut Eating Contest being  held on Cowrie Street in front of  Ye Olde English Doughnut  Shoppe. Hungry kids under the  age of 12 will vie for cash prizes  totalling $150.  Tittle for winding down at 4  pm. Ppll up a piece of grass and  give the organizers an opportunity to tell you how Celebration  Days came about. There will be  speeches (short) and while they  have you all in one place, they  will be awarding the prizes.  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Janet  LAWYER  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX:883-9524  community  by Jacalyn Vincent  Lots of goodies at this July 4  swap meet at the communily  hall in Madeira Park. Doors  open at 10 am. For lable rental  please contact Ruth Kobus at  883-960.1.  Celebrate Canada Day  AC Rentals will be hosting a  bang up day celebration from 10  am to 5 pm on July 4. Here are a  few of the manufacturers that  will be demonstrating and representing their products: Ryoby,  Makita, Black and Decker will  display power tools, Synko Dry-  wall and Indal Roofing and Sid  ing, of course, will be there.  Ocean Concrete, Stretch Decking and Coating, National Window, finlex Doors and Hniroy.il  Tires will be putting on a greal  show. Also there is a one day  only special buys throughout ihe  store along with door prizes,  balloons and coffee.  PH Library presents  The Pender Harbour Library  is presenting story telling beginning on July 17 to August 22.  Preschoolers to Grade 2's are all  welcome to attend from 10:30 to  II am.  New businesses  Balance Fashions has now  opened by Gail Bull. Gail does  golden lifelines  home parties displaying a line of  100 per cent cotton casual wear  for men and women. For further  information, contact her at 883-  9730. Mad Max Pizza recently  opened their doors giving any  McDonald's a run with their 10  to 14 inch deep dish pizzas.  Legion news  The Pender Harbour Legion  is now open Sunday effective  June 21, from 2 to 8 pm. The  branch has recently donated  $2500 to various community  groups and this money was  raised by the Saturday meal  draws.  Tara O'Coffey was awarded  Ihe branch's bursary this year.  To all legion members, there  will be no regular meetings until  September.  GRIP clothing swap  Congratulations to Helen  Ross, winner of a Tupperware  recycling container and lo  Wendy Millner winner of a  beautiful pottery sculpture made  and donated by Addy Gill.  These lucky raffle winners also  received free clothing from the  Clothing Swap as did all Ihe  other ladies who visited the  GRIP clothing swap. Thanks to  everyone who bought clothing  and participated in the event.  Ann Struthera received the U.B.C. Agricultural Science! Alumni  Entrance Scholarship al Pender Harbour Secondary School's  Graduation ceremonies June 20. The award Include* one full  year's tuition, assured residency and $1,800 toward her second  year's tuition based on her grade point average. Strulhers also  received a bursary from the Sunshine Coasl Medical Society.  Roxanne Gregory pholo  .4s the tide changes  Communily hearts all go out  to the Campbell family in their  time of greal loss.  If you enjoy live entertainment, Ron Ulrich will be performing on June 30 to July 4 at  the Garden Bay Pub.  Lawn buffs - it's time to  water your grass when footprints remain after you walk  across it - a sign of wilting.  Happy birthday to Mr. Hall  berg and to Al Lloyd.  by Joyce Ostry  UIC Challenge Underway - courtesy of Transition Magazine of  BC Coalition of People with Disabilities:  Q. Could you give some background information on what the  seniors challenge is all about?  A. There was a Charter Challenge of Rights and Freedoms regarding section 19 of the UIC Act. It staled that if a person reached 65  and quit work they were entitled lo a three-week lump sum settlement  by UIC - that's it. This gave rise to a lot of ill feeling from seniors  who had paid into the system.  Q. And there was a challenge that came out of this?  A. There was a challenge under section 15 - the title case is called  Tctreault -Gadoury. They challenged the right of UIC only to give  lump sum payments and not to issue full amounts of UIC benefits.  They made the challenge on the basis of age discrimination. Knowing  what was coming, UIC revised section 19 by issuing a circular as of  /DEPENDABLE"  AUTO SERVICE  Old you know...  We sell & back  RELIABLE  USED CARS  The Soulh Coast s Only BCAA AIFBOVID Shop  i Special consideration lo BCAA mambars)  January 1991. It details the rights of those over 65 as a result of  retroactive amendments to Bill C-21.  Q. So, how exactly does this affect people of retirement age?  A. What has happened is the Act states that only workers who turn  65 after September 23, 1988, are recognized as being fully entitled to  the benefits of the changes. Workers who reach 65 before that dale  and had pending appeals to the board of Referees and Umpires could  be entitled to further benefits.  All other workers who did not file claims or appeals will not be  allowed to file for late appeals or antidated claims. In effect, this  means that if you turn 65, after September 23, 1988, you are entitled  to receive UIC benefits for the full benefit period. If you filed for  benefits before September 23, 1988, and were not given a full three-  week lump sum and did not appeal that decision, you are not entitled  to retroactive payments.  Next week's column will conclude the above issues.  Library promotes  kids summer reading  fyCLmMNL   AUTOMOTIVE  From Londo- , *****irio  ioLondon*  ALLIED  The Careful Movers  Whether your next move takes you across the world or to a new  hometown In Canada, choose Allied. Mors than 1,100 Allied  representatives is one reason why Allied moves twice as many  families as any other mover.  Call today for a free no obligation estimate.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTR.  Custom peeking, storage, leeal �� long distance riving.  HWY 101, OIRSONS       ^ffiMSBT *.-**��  The Gibsons and District  Public Library will sponsor its  annual summer reading club for  young people beginning ihe  week of July 7.  The theme of this year's club  is based very loosely on the  children's educational television  program Where in the World is  Carmen Sandiego? Children are  encouraged i read stories abom  far away places and cultures. At  the end of the five-week reading  program in August, there will  be a draw for prizes of books  and toys donated by local vendors.  As of July 7, children are  invited to come into the library  to receive their Summer Reading Club Expedition Journal,  bookmarks and buttons. Don't  forget to enter your name for  thcdrai .  For more information, call  Myma Short at 886-2130.    ���  Conflict resolution  workshop offered  The Volunteer and Information Centre is continuing to offer  courses from The Justice Institute in Vancouver, right in Sechelt.  The next course will be: Conflict Resolution in the Workplace July  8, 9 and 10 at the Sunshine Coast Community Services, 5638 Inlet  Avenue, Sechelt.  The course will look at how to handle those minor workplace situations that can often cause stress and possibly resentment. Problem  solving and communication skills will be examined and practised.  The course is a valuable tool for expanding existing skills, developing new ones and for helping workplaces function smoother.  The Justice Institute's trainers are skilled professionals wroking  in the field of management. For more information call 885-5881. >  B.C. FOREST SERVICE REQUESTS PUBLIC INPUT ON  RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PROPOSALS FOR THE CAREN RANGE  The public Is invited to review a resource  management proposal for the Caren Range.  Information available will include harvesting  proposals, old growth management, wildlife  management, watershed management  strategy and recreation management  Representatives from Resource Agencies,  International Forest Products Ltd. and  Terminal Forest Products Ltd. will be  available for discussion.  .Location - Driftwood Inn, Sechelt  Time - 7:00 - 9:00 pm, July 7,1992 Coast News, June 29, 1992  leisure  |Yu-Tsai choir to perform in Sechelt  The Yu-tsal Elementary School choir comes July e.  Forty young singers in the Yu-Tsai Elementary School Choir who  attend a private school of the same name in Tapei County, Taiwan,  will perform at the Ravens Cry Theatre, Monday, July 6 at 7:30 pm.  The school and choir were founded by Yulan Kuo, whose love of  music has largely influenced the music curriculum at Yu-Tsai. The  choir started the year after the school opened in 1963.  Members of this young choir are selected from students between  the third and sixth grade. In the last 28 years these students have won  many county and national choral competitions. Tu-Tsai has been a  frequent choice lo perform at Taiwanese ceremonies and has  appeared on national television specials.  Conductor Jui-Ching Chen has worked wiih other choirs thai have  also won honours at the county and national level. He has been teaching and conducting the Yu-Tsai Elementary School Choir since 1972.  Yu-Tsai made its first international lour in 1990, when it competed  for the first time in Powell River's International Choral Kathaumixw.  NEW?  On the Coasl  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL  US!  Helen Milburn        886-8676      Huth Bulpit 885-5847  Nan Nanson 886-3416      Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  Choral festival opens June 30  Powell River is close enough  to attend daytime concerts during the community's fifth international choral festival.  The same choirs lhal will be  touring Vancouver Island, Ihe  l.ower Mainland and ihe Sechelt  Peninsula during the second  week of July will be performing  daily in Powell River during the  International Choral Kathaumixw.  The title of the biennial  choral festival is a Coast Salish  word for a gathering together of  different peoples, and that's just  what Kathaumixw achieves,  says festival music director Don  James. "We have choirs coming  from Europe, Africa, Asia,  North America and for the first  ���time, South America."  In all, 24 choirs from around  (he world will gather lo sing in  venues that range from Powell  River's Evergreen Theatre to  historic Dwighl Hall, churches  and malls.  This year, for the first lime, a  symphony orchestra will join  the Kathaumixw choirs for the  June 30 opening that features  legends of the Salish nation and  the July 4 closing that presents  the combined voices of the  1,100 singers.  In order to accommodate out-  of-town visitors, Kathaumixw  organizers are offering a variety  of daytime concerts during the  week. "Hotel space in Powell  River is at a premium during the  festival, but people who live on  Vancouver Island or the Sechelt  Actors approach 'Gable roles  with excitement and enthusiasm  The excitement of live theatre based on a popular story, is  to see your favourite characters  come lo life. The challenge for  the players in the upcoming  Anne of Green Gables is lo be  those characters in, such a way  as to meet or exceed those  expectations. It was the task of  III 'the directors of Ihe Sunshine  <^iat'oast Music Society to select  n- players who could best portray  L.M. Montgomery's classic  n i characters, as well as be able lo  pt sing the moving songs.  11.'   I.ayle Kenyon is our Anne  la and those who know Layle will  I nunderstand what a perfect Anne  to' she is. Like the adull Anne of  Green Gables, Kenyon is viva-  IIa cious, self-confident and, coin-  cidentally, a school leacher.  The part of Manila poses an  interesting challenge as those  familiar wilh the stories realize  lhat she is a character with various dimensions. Of brusque and  stern demeanour, she comes to  love her orphan Anne, as Anne  firings Marilla's humanity back  ,1 to lire.  '., Caryl Worden, local journal-  , i)st���takes on the role wilh enthu-  J siasm. Ironically, Caryl auditioned because of Ihe singing  , parts, and Marilla is mostly an  ��� acting role. The songs which  ���J" *a\  M      ) 1  Marilla sings, however, are Ihe  most moving in the play and  Worden's musical talents will  be fully realized.  Marilla's brother Matthew,  the timid and quiet farmer who  fears females, quickly succumbs  to the lively, uninhibited Anne,  and becomes her staunches!  defender. Matthew's illness  adds another dimension to the  challenge faced by Gibsons'  resident, Brian Corbelt.  Corbel! started young as a  singer, as a boy soprano al  Toronto's St. Simon's Anglican  Church.  r  raaminar FRIDAY JULY 10 direct from Surfer's Paradise, Manpower Australia Male  teZe THE AUSTRALIAN EQUIV.ALENT TO THE CHIPPENDALE DANCERS,  they're the "Thunder From Down Under". Six male entertainers, they bring with them  n arpHt stace show with lights, special effects with an Australian flavour.  AUSTRALIA'S HOTTEST L/UMES NITE OUT. In BC for only 1 month, at Elphie's  Cabaret one nite only. Tickets available from Elphie's and the Party Shop (Sunnycrest  Mall).  Come join Elphie's in celebrating Canada's 125th Birthday Tuesday June 30. Balloon  extravaganza. KickofTto the Great Canadian Party.  Jat ��aV ��jV ��*V Sony, we're closed July 1 for Canada Day. WffV   '  ^f*     ^^    ~      T ADUHtlSIMfNI llll  arts beat  Peninsula can come for the  day," says James.  Two concerts are offered  each afternoon between July I  and 3. Some feature four choirs  from countries as varied as Hungary, Latvia, Canada and Sweden.  Others feature just one, such  as the Ensemble Turkvo, an  army song and dance troupe  from Tashkent in the former  Soviet Union.  Each performing choir is a  leader in its category, explains  James, adding that Kathaumixw  gets two and a half times as  many applications as it can  accept.  Tickets are $10 for each concert and are available by calling  the Kathaumixw office at 483-  The Arts Centre's annual  Summer' Invitational show  begins Tuesday, June 30 with  the first of two installments  running until July 19.  This year returns to the popular survey format to offer a  sampling of some of the besl art  and craft work being done  locally. The large number of  artists deserving attention  makes it necessary to split this  show into the two parts just to  skim the surface of the pool of  talent on the Coast  Visitors and residents interested in local visual arts activity  will have a chance to meet and  speak with the artists at a reception Saturday, July 4, 2 pm at  the Arts Centre. Everyone is  welcome to attend and to partake of the food and refreshments provided. The Arts Centre at Trail Avenue and Medusa  Street in Sechelt is open Tuesday to Saturday 10 am to 4 pm  and Sunday, I to 4 pm.  Anne of Green stars, Caryl Worden (left), Brian Corbett, and  Layle Kenyon. photo submitted  The romantic role once again  goes to David Dykstra, known  to music society fans for his role  as Frederic in Pirates of Penzance as well as highlights in  Cafe Broadway and Spring  Tonic.  A cast of dozens rounds out  the musical with significant  roles by Pal Forst as Miss Stacy,  Karen Boothroyd as Diana, and  Carol Stewart as Mrs. Lynde.  Anne of Green Gables runs  at Ihe Festival of Ihe Written  Arts Pavilion in Sechelt from  July 3 to 12. Tickets are available now by calling 885-9631.  DAVEN'SCDY  THatATRE  presents  Final Analysis  With RidMfd Oere a Kim liaslnut-r  11 n,ir liniiuil .hIiiiismoii      fux v��Ae>IV  SHOWTIMES  Friday June 26th  THROUGH  a Thurs. July 2nd a  W One Show Only at 8 pm W  Matinee Performance  July 18th at 2:00pm  "FERN GULLY" The Last Rainforest  TICKET PRICES  Adults $6*  Students $i*>  COMING  ATTRACTION  Seniors S Children  , Under Twelve $3  Ami   II  Thunderheart  Rated Mature  July 3rd-July 9th  w^  ������������������������'���������"r'YrTTt^*********" i  Raven's Cry Theatre  Located at House Of Hewhiwus, Sechelt BC  PHONE NUMBER  885-4673  RAVEN'S CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  for the performing arts  Sunshine Coast Arts Council  presents  from Taiwan  The YUTSI Children's Choir  Monday, July 6th, 7:30pm  TICKETS: $10.00   Children under 12: $5.00  I      X.  Watch for the return of   Claire de Lune  Saturday, July 11th  with an afternoon  FAMILY MATINEE  Tickets: $5.00  and an evening of  CAJUN MUSIC  accompanied by Mark de Basile  Tickets: $10.00  A musical blend of Acadian .md Ca|un music.  'Kt-ve Acadien' is leading the musk scene for  traditional folk music today. Clflire brings  vocals in a crystal clear presentation lhat is  heightened hy haunting fiddle melodies and  hard driving accordian.  (()MIN(, SOON.  S7( OND ANNUAL  Indian Summer Festival of the Arts  Labour Day Weekend...Svptvmbvr 4, 5, 6 & >  For your convenience you now can purchase  tickets at Reflections in Madeira Park'883 2545  and Sayward Books in Gibsons��886-3626  Call box office for information: 885-4673  wmtmmmmmmm  mmmmtmmamm 14  Coast News, lune 29, 1992  KS^*^  is, B.C.      ^  NORTH OAKS  767 North Rd, Gibsons,  26 Adult Oriented  Single Level Townhomes  1 & 2 Bedroom Units  from  $91,900 - $101,900  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP.  886-4680  SOIL 6�� GRAVEL SUPPLIES  ��� Uwn & Garden Mix  ��� Manure St Bark Mulch  ��� Sand & Gravel  ��� Lava Rock  ��� Concrete Lawn Ornaments  ��� Landscape Fabric - 6' & 12'  widths, any quantity  SEE US FOR THE BESTt  Lawn Turf  Now available  Allan Block  A Mortarless Concrete Block  Retaining Wall System  EASY INSTALLATIONS  VERSATILE  DURABLE & STRONG  AFFORDABLE  HOURS: MON   SAT 9 AM-5 PM   CLOSED SUNDAY  B&K  SOILS \ KV\I)S( \n:  632 HOUGH ROAD & HIGHWAY 101 GIBSONS  HHt,tW2'l       vihv .H.iiimil    miiiuii KisMAii-    FAX8ShO<)26  SHOPPING MARINE SERVICES  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarfa & Covets  UfiohUTi &? lirfnirs  Kenmar  Draperies  NEEDLECRAFT SUPPLIES  883*2274  MADEIRA  MARINA  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing Store  & Lotto Centre  10% OFF FOR ALL SENIORS  Madeira Park Centre  fauU&evtaJT  MARINA  TOTAL SHOPPINO  7 DAYS A WIIK  All Chevron Product*  Pender Harbour  Golf course  Visitors welcome  t /a MILK NaMTOI or OAROCN BAV RD.  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For table rental  please contact Ruth Kobus al  883-960.1.  Celebrate Canada Day  AC Rentals will be hosting a  bang up day celebration from 10  am to 5 pm on July 4. Here are a  few of the manufacturers thai  will be demonstrating and rqiiv  senling iheir products: Ryoby,  Makita, Black and Decker will  display power tools, Synko Dry-  wall and Indal Roofing and Siding, of course, will be there,  Ocean Concrete, Stretch Decking and Coating, National Window, Bntex Doors and Uniroyal  Tires will be putting on a greal  show. Also there is a one day  only special buys throughout the  store along with door prizes,  balloons and coffee.  PH Library present*.  The Pender Harbour Library  is presenting story telling beginning on July 17 to August 22.  Preschoolers to Grade 2's are all  welcome to attend from 10:30 to  II am.  New businesses  Balance Fashions has now  opened by Gail Bull. Gail does  golden lifelines  home parties displaying a line of  100 per cent cotton casual wear  for men and women. For further  information, contact her at 883-  9730. Mad Max Pizza recently  opened their doors giving any  McDonald's a run with their 10  to 14 inch deep dish pizzas.  Legion news  The Pender Harbour Legion  is now open Sunday effective  June 21, from 2 lo 8 pm. The  branch has recently donated  $2500 to various community  groups and this money was  raised by the Saturday meat  draws.  Tara O'Coffey was awarded  the branch's bursary this year.  To all legion members, there  will be no regular meetings until  September.  GRIP clothing swap  Congratulations to Helen  Ross, winner of a Tupperware  recycling container and to  Wendy Millner winner of a  beautiful pottery sculpture made  and donated by Addy Gill.  These lucky raffle winners also  received free clothing from the  Clothing Swap as did all the  other ladies who visited the  GRIP clothing swap. Thanks to  everyone who bought clothing  and participated in the event.  Ann Stria-then received the U.B.C. Agricultural Sciences Alumni  Entrance Scholarship at Pender Harbour Secondary School's  Graduation ceremonies June 20. The award includes one lull  year's tuition, assured residency and $1,800 toward her second  year's tuition based on her grade point average. Slruthers also  received a bursary from the Sunshine Coast Medical Society.  Roxanne Gregory photo  a\s the tide changes  Communily hearts all go out  to the Campbell family in their  time of great loss.  If you enjoy live entertainment, Ron Ulrich will be performing on June 30 to July 4 *>  the Garden Bay Pub.  Lawn buffs - it's time to  water your grass when footprints remain after you walk  across it-a sign of wilting.  Mappy birthday to Mr. Hall-  berg and to Al Lloyd.  by Joyce Ostry  UIC Challenge Underway - courtesy of Transition Magazine of  BC Coalition of People with Disabilities:  Q. Could you give some background information on what the  seniors challenge is all about?  A. There was a Charter Challenge of Rights and Freedoms regarding section 19 of the UIC Act. It stated that if a person reached 65  and quit work they were entitled to a three-week lump sum settlement  by UIC - that's it. This gave rise to a lol of ill feeling from seniors  who had paid into the system.  Q. And there was a challenge that came out of this?  A. There was a challenge under section 15 - the title case is called  Tetreault -Gadoury. They challenged the right of UIC only to give  lump sum payments and not to issue full amounts of UIC benefits.  They made the challenge on the basis of age discrimination. Knowing  what was coming, UIC revised section 19 by issuing a circular as of  /DEPENDABLE  Did you know...  We sell ft back  RELIABLE  USED CARS  The South Coast's Only BCAA APFIOVID Shop  const deration to BCAA mambarat  January 1991. It details the rights of those over 65 as a result of  retroactive amendments to Bill C-21.  Q. So, how exactly does this affect people of retirement age?  A. What has happened is the Act states that only workers who turn  65 after September 23, 1988, are recognized as being fully entitled to  the benefits of the changes. Workers who reach 65 before that date  and had pending appeals to the board of Referees and Umpires could  be entitled lo further benefits.  All other workers who did not file claims or appeals will not be  allowed to file for late appeals or antidated claims. In effect, this  means that if you turn 65, after September 23, 1988. you are entitled  to receive UIC benefits for the full benefit period. If you filed for  benefits before September 23, 1988, and were not given a full three-  week lump sum and did not appeal that decision, you are not entitled  to retroactive payments.  Next week's column will conclude the above issues.  Library promotes  kids summer reading  ^GHUfiflOK   AUTOMOTIVE  From Londo , *^iH��  to London^^^-^  The Caretul Movers  Whether your next move takaa you across tha world or to * new  hometown In Canada, choose Allied. Mora than 1,100 Allied  representatives la on* reason why Allied moves twice aa many  families as any other mover.  Call today for a Iree no obligation estimate.  LEH WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom packing, storage, local at long dlatane* rr ovtng.  HWY 101, QIBSONS       teffiKSBP �����*.:26 '4  The Gibsons and District  Public Library will sponsor its  annual summer reading club for  young people beginning the  week of July 7.  The theme of this year's club  is based very loosely on the  children's educational television  program Where in the World is  Carmen Sandiego? Children are  encouraged i read stories abom  far away places and cultures. At  the end of the five-week reading  program in August, there will  be a draw for prizes of books  and toys donated by local vendors.  As of July 7, children are  invited to come into the library  to receive their Summer Reading Club Expedition Journal,  bookmarks and buttons. Don't  forget to enter your name for  Ihedrav .  For more information, call  Myrna Short at 886-2130.   i  Conflict resolution  workshop offered  The Volunteer and Information Centre is continuing to offer  courses from The Justice Institute in Vancouver, right in Sechelt.  The next course will be: Conflict Resolution in the Workplace July  8, 9 and 10 at the Sunshine Coast Community Services, 5638 Inlet  Avenue, Sechelt.  The course will look at how to handle those minor workplace Situations that can often cause stress and possibly resentment. Problem  solving and communication skills will be examined and practised.  The course is a valuable tool for expanding existing skills, developing new ones and for helping workplaces function smoother.  The Justice Institute's trainers are skilled professionals wroking  in the field of management. For more information call 885-5881. >  B.C. FOREST SERVICE REQUESTS PUBLIC INPUT ON  MANAGEMENT PROPOSALS FOR THE CAREN RANGE  The public is invited to review a resource  management proposal for the Caren Range.  Information available will include harvesting  proposals, old growth management, wildlife  management, watershed management  strategy and recreation management  Representatives from Resource Agencies,  International Forest Products Ltd. and  Terminal Forest Products Ltd. will be  available for discussion.  Location - Driftwood Inn, Sechelt  Time - 7:00 - 9:00 inn, July 7,1992  ���SJULJ: Coast News, lune 29, 1992  15  leisure  u-Tsai choir to perform in Sechelt  .^Mm^  II. The  Yu-taal Elementary School choir comes July t.  Forty young singers in the Yu-Tsai Elementary School Choir who  attend a private school of the same name in Tapei County, Taiwan,  will perform at the Ravens Cry Theatre, Monday, July 6 at 7:30 pm.  The school and choir were founded by Yulan Kim. whose love of  music has largely influenced the music curriculum at Yu-Tsai. The  choir started the year after the school opened in 1963.  Members of this young choir are selected from students between  the third and sixth grade. In the last 28 years these students have won  many county and national choral competitions. Tu-Tsai has been a  frequent choice to perform at Taiwanese ceremonies and has  appeared on national television specials.  Conductor Jui-Ching Chen has worked with other choirs that have  also won honours at the county and national level. He has been teaching and conducting the Yu-Tsai Elementary School Choir since 1972.  Yu-Tsai made its first international tour in 1990. when it competed  for the first time in Powell River's International Choral Kathaumixw.  NEW?  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL  US!  Helen Milburn        886-8676      Huth Bulpit 885-5847  Nan Nanson 886-3416      Rosemane Cook 885-5821  Choral festival opens June 30  /y     Powell River is close enough  _ to attend daytime concerts during Ihe community's fifth inler-  " national choral festival.  llie same choirs that will be  ' touring Vancouver Island, the  I  Lower Mainland and Ihe Sechell  I Peninsula during the second  week of July will be performing  ''daily in Powell River during the  International Choral Kathaumixw.  The title of the biennial  __ choral festival is a Coast Salish  word for a gathering together of  o different peoples, and that's just  what Kathaumixw achieves,  says festival music director Don  II James. "We have choirs coming  i from Europe, Africa, Asia,  ii'lNorth America and for the first  '''time, South America."  In all, 24 choirs from around  the world will gather to sing in  venues that range from Powell  River's Evergreen Theatre to  historic Dwight Hall, churches  and malls.  This year, for the first time, a  symphony orchestra will join  the Kathaumixw choirs for the  June 30 opening that features  legends of the Salish nation and  the July 4 closing that presents  Ihe combined voices of the  1,100 singers.  In order to accommodate out-  of-town visitors, Kathaumixw  organizers are offering a variety  of daytime concerts during the  week. "Hotel space in Powell  River is at a premium during the  festival, bul people who live on  Vancouver Island or Ihe Sechelt  Peninsula can come for the  day," says James.  Two concerts are offered  each afternoon between July I  and 3. Some feature four choirs  from countries as varied as Hungary, Latvia, Canada and Sweden.  Others feature just one, such  as the Ensemble Turkvo, an  army song and dance troupe  from Tashkent in the former  Soviet Union.  Each performing choir is a  leader in ils category, explains  James, adding that Kathaumixw  gets two and a half times as  many applications as it can  accept.  Tickets are $10 for each concert and are available by calling  Ihe Kathaumixw office at 483-  Actors approach 'Gable roles  with excitement and enthusiasm  The excitement of live theatre based on a popular story, is  to see your favourite characters  come to life. The challenge for  the players in the upcoming  Anne of Green Gables is to be  those characters in such a .way  as to meet or exceed those  expectations. It was the task of  llivthe directors of the Sunshine  UtbCoast Music Society to select  I,' players who could besl portray  L.M. Montgomery's classic  11' characters, as well as be able to  r.t sing the moving songs.  11.'   Layle Kenyon is our Anne  la and those who know Layle will  l uiinderstand what a perfect Anne  io she is. Like the adull Anne of  Green Gables, Kenyon is viva-  llaxioui, self-confident and, coin  cidentally, a school teacher.  The part of Marilla poses an  interesting challenge as those  familiar with the stories realize  that she is a character with various dimensions. Of brusque and  stern demeanour, she comes lo  love her orphan Anne, as Anne  firings Marilla's humanity back  ." to life.  ',,. Caryl Worden, local journal-  , ist���takes on the role wilh enthusiasm. Ironically, Caryl auditioned because of the singing  ,, parts, and Marilla is mostly an  ��� acting role. The songs which  Anne of Green stars, Caryl Worden (left), Brian Corbctt, and  Layle Kenyon. pholo submitted  Marilla sings, however, are Ihe  most moving in the play and  Worden's musical talents will  be fully realized.  Marilla's brother Matthew,  the timid and quiet farmer who  fears females, quickly succumbs  to the lively, uninhibited Anne,  and becomes her staunches!  defender. Matthew's illness  adds another dimension to the  challenge faced by Gibsons'  resident, Brian Corbett.  Corbett started young as a  singer, as a boy soprano at  Toronto's St. Simon's Anglican  Church.  The romantic role once again  goes to David Dykslra, known  to music society fans for his role  as Frederic in Pirates of Penzance as well as highlights in  Cafe Broadway and Spring  Tonic.  A cast of dozens rounds out  the musical wilh significant  roles by Pat Forst as Miss Stacy,  Karen Boothroyd as Diana, and  Carol Stewart as Mrs. Lynde.  Anne of Green Gables runs  at the Festival of the Written  Arts Pavilion in Sechelt from  July 3 to 12. Tickets are available now by calling 885-9631.  i���-^- Va^gnna  aCftV         aW^      m         mmTmt  am                                      H ��� j H  Jj   W^Oftjamw > \fl  \w i  *a*                                "                                                      1  Kf i U  1              i BRAND NEW  Cnminir FRIDAY JULY 10 direct from Surfer's Paradise, Manpower Australia Male  fflS AUSTRALIAN EQUIV/UaENT TO THE CHIPPENDALE DANCERS,  thev're the "Thunder From Down Under". Six male entertainers, they bring with them  a great stage show with lights,  special effects  with  an Australian  flavour.  AUSTRALIA'S HOTTEST LADIES NITE OUT. In BC for only 1 month, at Elphie's  Cabaret one nite only. Tickets available from Elphie's and The Party Shop (Sunnycrest  Mall).  Come join Elphie's in celebrating Canada's 125th Birthday Tuesday June 30. Balloon  extravaganza. Kickoffto the Great Canadian Party.  Jat atV tam* *\{\* Sony, were closed July 1 for Canada Day. WW*f#  ^fr    ^fT    ~     ~                                             ADHHIMMIN!                                                llll  arts beat  The Arts Centre's annual  Summer' Invitational show  begins Tuesday, June 30 with  the first of two installments  running until July 19.  This year returns lo the popular survey format to offer a  sampling of some of the best art  and craft work being done  locally. The large number of  artists deserving attention  makes it necessary to split this  show into the two parts just to  skim the surface of the pool of  talent on the Coast  Visitors and residents interested in local visual arts activity  will have a chance to meet and  speak with the artists at a reception Saturday, July 4, 2 pm at  Ihe Arts Centre. Everyone is  welcome to attend and to partake of the food and refreshments provided. The Arts Centre at Trail Avenue and Medusa  Street in Sechelt is open Tuesday to Saturday 10 am to 4 pm  and Sunday, 1 to 4 pm.  TOaCATOE  presents  Final Analysis  With Richard (frr & Kim llasinitrr  It year limited admission  (WVtAM)J  SHOWTIMES  Friday June 26th  THROUGH  Thurs. July 2nd a  One Show Only at 8 pm W  Matinee l-erformance  July 18th at 2:00pm  TERN GULLY" -The Last Rainforest   Anytotdfflm   rSgJBuB)  TICKET PRICES  Adults $6 ���  Students $�����.��>  Seniors & Children  %, Under Twelve $}  COMING  ATTRACTION  Thunderheart   Rated Mature  July 3rd- July 9th  cram  Raven's Cry Theatre  Located at House Of Hewhiwus, Sechelt BC  PHONE NUMBER  885-4673  RAVEN'S CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  for the performing arts  Sunshine Coast Arts Council  presents    *mmhaaaWr   *rom Taiwan  The YUTSI Children's Choir  Monday, July 6th, 7:30pm  TICKETS: $10.00   Children under 12: $5.00  Watch for the return of  Claire de Lune  Saturday, July 11th  with an afternoon  FAMILY MATINEE  Tickets: $5.00  and an evening of  CAJUN MUSIC  accompanied by Mark de Basile    Tickets: $10.00  A musical HenH of Acadian and Calun music    'Reve Acadien" is leading the music scene far  traditional folk music today. Claire brings  vocals in a crystal clear presentation lhat is  heiRhtened hy haunting fiddle melodies and  hard driving accordian.  For your convenience you now can purchase  tickets at Reflections in Madeira Park��883 2545  and Sayward Books in Gibsons��886-3626  Call box office for information: 885-4673 1(��  Coast News, lune 29, 1992  UPPER DECK CI.E1.nErs  A  CLEAN  MARINE  SCENE  Decks swabbed ft waxed    *   Interior cabin-keeping  FOR A FREE ESTIMATE, CALL 886-7574  leisure  For the finest in area dining  Dining guiDE  FiiATimn  RJiSTAURANTOI'  i hi: wi:i:k  Fine dining with an ocean view  overlooking Malasplna Straight  Weddings, conferences and groups welcome.   HOURS   Breakfast a*. I unch ��� 8 am ��� 2 pm  Dinnei ��� o pm   to pin  Reservations Requested ��� 885*7038  L  FAMILY DINING  Andy's RnlMirant- lunch and dinner  special eveiy d.i>. Kery Wednesday  ninht is dime Rib Nit^ht. Htiuse specialties include veal o%hes, steaks,  Seafood pasta, pi.v.i, Thai food and  lots nt NEW dishes. Don't miss  Andys great Brunch Bullet every  Sundav from II am ��� 2:\\) pm. Hwy  101, Cllisons, mifi-UHH. Open Sunday and Monday 11 am - 9 pm,  Tuesday ��� Saturday 11 am - 10 pm.  Tht Boat Houtt - lust a terry ride away  in heautitul Horseshoe Ray, offering  daily choices ot tresh and flash fro/en  seafood from the West, East and Cult  Coasts as well as a variety of other  specialties, loin us after *> pm tor dinner of (ot our Spectaculaf Sunday  Brunch, served between 10:30 am  and 2 pm. Friendly service in a  relaxed atmosphere and fahulous  meals aie just some ul the reasons  you'll keep coming hack. Ii you have  an Important rendezvous or a ferry to  catch, please let us know and we'll  make the necessary accommodations. For reservations call 921-8188,  All majpt credit cards accepted.  Cell WtffOt- Comfortable atmosphere  wilh warm, helpful staff. Homemade  pastas, quiches and daily specials aie  all prepared with the freshest ingredi*  ents - both healthful and delicious.  Our whole wheat bread and scrumptious desserts are baked fresh daily,  on the premises. Outside dining, take  out orders for the beach and cappuccino are available. The Coasts's  bistro,,.as unique as the Coast itselt  Mon A Tues 9 ��� 5. Wed ��� Sat 9 - 9.  Closed Sunday. Teredo Square,  Sechelt, Phone ahead for your lunch!  BflS-9%2..  Dar Lebanon Restaurant ��� Now open in  Gibsons Park Plaza, Hwy. 101. Lunch  and Dinner features include Chicken,  Beef, Lamb and Vegetarian dishes,  Shishkebabs, Falafeis, Cappuccino,  Espresso and Desserts. Open 7 days  a week, 10 am ��� 11 pm. Eat in or  take-out. Catering for parties and  weddings. fifl6-.)S72. Everything we  make is made with love!  Hald-A-Way Restaurant ��� Bring the  whole family and |oin us for great dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in  Gbsonj Motor Inn on Hwy. 101 at  Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff  and warm, pleasant atmosphere will  add to your enjoyment of our excellent breakfast, lunch and dinner  menu, which includes a children's  section. We're open Mon - Thurs  r.; 10 am to R pm, Fri - Sat 5:30 - 9 pm  and Sunday 5:30 am - H pm. Our  Sunday buffet (11 am ��� 2 pm| features a scrumptious salad bar, with a  large selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart's content. Reservations 8AM 501. 55 seats  plus banquet room.  HWtMe Family Restaurant Now Open  in Seaview Place, Hwy 10) Gibsons.  Family Dining wiih Special Children's  Menu. Relaxed country atmosphere  and reasonable prices. Our specialties are steaks and burgers, homemade soups, pies and salads, and  entrees. Daily Specials. Take-Out  available upon request. Sunday dinner buffet 5:00 - 9:00 pm. Open Mon  ��� Sat 11 am -11 pm. Kitchen closes at  10:00 pm. Sunday 5 pm to 9 pm.  The Omega Pine, Steok and Lobster  HOUM - With a perfect view of Gibsons Marina, and a good time atmosphere, the Omega is a  people-watcher's paradise. You'll  often see Bruno Gerussi, former star  of the Beachcombers, dining here.  Menu includes pizza, pasta, steaks  and seafood. Steaks and seafood are  their specialties. Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's  menu. Reservations recommended.  Located in Gibsons Harbour at 261  Gower Point Rd. 886-2268. Open for  lunch Mon. - Fri., 11:30 ��� 2:30; dinner  daily 4 - 9 pm, Fri. & Sat., 'til 10 pm.  Village Restaurant - Cozy-family style  cafe wilh an extensive menu featuring special pasta dishes, steak and  seafood dinners. Dime in and check  out our dally lunch and dinner specials or have breakfast anytime. Saturdays are Prime Rib nights. Fully  licensed. ()pen 7 d.ivs a week, Mon, ���  thuis., 7 am to M pm; Tri., Sat. A Sun.,  7 am to 9 pm. 5i%5 Cowrie Slteet,  Sechelt. 885-9811, Visa t. Mastercard  accepted.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Jolly Roger -Spectacular waterfront  dining in Seciel Cove, lunch and dinner served seven days a week from  11:00 a.m. ��� 2:1X1 j.iiv lunch specials  daily. Dinnei menu includes fresh  seafood, chicken, steaks, pasta and  pizza with homemade dough made  tin the premises. A children's menu is  also available, loin us tor Brunch on  Sunday from 10:00 a.m. - 2-00 p.m.  Our Dockside deli is open weekends  only 5;IH) a.m. * 2:00 p.m. for breakfast and lunch. Fully licensed. Visa,  Mastercard and American Express,  Mercer Road, Secret Cove. Reservations recommended. 885*7184.  The Whart * Open for breakfast) lunch  and dinner seven days a week. For  the month of luly a series of European menus will be presented wilh a  different countiy featured each week.  The firsl country represented will be  France followed by Switzerland, Italy,  Germany and England, Ihe food and  beverages will be offered as a table  d'hote package that will be unique lo  the Sunshine Coast. Sunday Brunch  from 8 am * 2 pm. Fully licensed & air  conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy 101, Davis Bay,  885*7285  New China Kitchen ��� Now open in  THE GIBSONS PARK PLAZA, 1100  HWY. 101. Come enjoy our  Gourmet Chinese Buflet featuring  over 16 hot dishes plus salad bar &  dessert. Also featuring two full service  menus including Canadian Cuisine.  Lunch or Dinner. Licensed premises,  dining facilities for meetings, banquets and parties. Hours: Sunday -  Thursday 11:30 am - 10 pm. Friday &  Saturday, 11:10 am -11:30 pm, lunch  buffet 11:30 am ��� 2:30 pm, dinner  buffet 4:30 pm ��� 0:30 pm. For reservations call 886*3028. Visa/Mastercard accepted.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homesiyle specialties in the pub; or the casual surroundings of our family restaurant.  Our "Skookum Burger" is a challenge  to the biggest appetite. Backeddy  Pub - located 1/2 mile north of  Egmont on Maple Rrrad.  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub - Great  food every day all day. Appetizers  and full menu along with terrific daily  specials, available 'til 9 pm every  night. We're known for our great  atmosphere and good times. Sun. ���  Thurs. open 'til midnight, Fri. & Sat.  open 'til 1 am. Visa, Mastercard and  reservations accepted. 886-8171.  Sechelt Legion #140 - One of the best  bargains on the Coast, every Friday  night, are the fabulous barbequed  steak dinners served frr>m 6 to 8 pm  for only $6.75. Dinner includes a 6  oz. top sirloin steak served with your  choice of baked potato (with all the  garnishes) or delicious potato salad.  Also included is a green salad with  choice of dressings and garlic bread.  Lunch is served Monday to Friday  from 11 am to 2 pm. Daily specials  are featured along with a regular  menu that includes chicken strips,  burgers and sandwiches. Thursday is  Fish & Chips, featuring a full order of  the tastiest fish and chips with cole  slaw for only $4.55. Take out orders  available. Members and guests welcome. 5591 Wharf Street, Sechelt.  885-9922  Irvine's Landing Pub - Dinnei menu  offers a variety ot appetizers and  entiees featuring local produce and  tresh Seafood In a relaxed setting with  Ocean View. Average dinnei for two,  $ 10. We're now optii 7 days a week  11-11 with our kitchen open fiom 11-  10. Pender Harbour, 883-1145, Mas  leu aid & Visa. Fully'liiensed,  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn I ocated on the waterliont, enjoy the view of Fast Porpoise  R,iy. Relax and experience the deck  which is now open for lumh and dinner .Observe the tranquil ducks and  geese or dine by moonlight with a  candle at your table. To savor this  superb dining experience, reservations are required foi dinner. Fully,  liienced<Hours, Wednesday* Sunday.  Lunch 11 am* 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  8850847.  Choi Philippe at Bonniebrook Lodge.  Open for Sunday Brunch. Chef  Philippe, formerly ol the Roof Restaurant at the Hotel Vancouver is now at  Bonniebrook. We hnvtj fine West  Coast cuisine prepared from fresh  B.C. ingredients,- an extensive wine  list and expert service, intimate dining  in the Heiitage Lodge dining room  with a superb view of the Georgia  Strait and the surrounding shoreline.  Wabh the sunset from your table.  Take a stroll along the beach after  dinner. Follow Gower Point Road to  Ocean Reach Esplanade. Reservations recommended 886-21H8. Visa,  Mastercard. Full licensed. Open 5:10  to 9: to pm, 7 days a week.  Creek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck, crab,  clams, scallops, steaks and daily specials from a constantly changing  menu. Reservations recommended.  Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 885-9.(21. Open from 6  pm. Thurs. thrrxigh Sun. Visa & Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean view  restaurant in Gihsons Landing.  Savour the delights of fresh seafood  from around the world. Our extensive Dinner Menu includes fresh  seafood in our soup, salad, hot or  cold appetizers, main courses and  pastas. Other entrees include steak,  veal, chicken and lamb. Caesar salad  tor two and flamlie desserts are prepared at your tableside. Our lunch  menu contains sandwiches and burgers, lunch hours: Thurs thru Mon  11:30 - 2:10. Dinner hours: Wed thru  Mon 4:30 - 9:10. CLOSED TUESDAYS. Visa and Mastercard. Reservations recommended. 886*3891.  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel - A tranquil  view of Thormanby Islands and  Malaspina Strait set the theme for a  beautiful night out. Friendly, courteous staff, fine international cuisine,  special desserts, comfortable surroundings, and soft music add up to  make yours a night to rememlwr. We  feature daily dinner specials as well  as our popular 'table d hote*. Summer hours Monday through Sunday  B:(XV 2:00, 6:00- 10:00. Visa, Master  card, American Express. Reservations  recommend. 885- 7038  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emit 1 Qmn'i Dm* In - Take out..��  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads, burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks, ice  cream. Free home delivery within 4  miles, after 5 pm only, on $10 mini-  mum orders. Small charge for orders  under $10. Hwy. 101. Gibsons. 8B6-  7813.  '���'-��������� "   ,-.!,.. ',   ' '."H'.".' '. ... ......     ... . ,...-   , . . .'..  QiH'Miil Forks is one or BC's kssci-known and Irust-visited ghost towns.  Yvonne Kiwi photd ���  'il  Pages from a lifelog  In the footsteps of the fur  traders  ,i  Purl 4  Ai one nl the town's prime  eateries, we connect with  Shirley Bradley, a charming,  talkative lady who's also a pub  lished writer. The reading has  been widely advertised and she  expects a good crowd Lunch is  on Ihe college, a smorgasbord  affair in a plush dining room.  Ihe cuisine is excellenl and I  overindulge on garlic pork to  ihe detriment of my stomach.  Strange link* girls in Iheii besl  dresses, pan of some pre gradu  alion ceremony, wander in and  oul like Alices in Wonderland.  We talk of Fort St. John, ll  seems lo be exactly Ihe way I  once heaid my good friend J ll  describe it a liny aloll of cul  lure surrounded by a sea ol red  necks Ihe head of Ihe college  was'recently dismissed foi  espousing lefl wing political  views Ihis is one ol Social  Credit's lasi grassroots  strongholds and seems fated lo  slay lhat way Ihe recent  lool'oraw about Ihe Peace Kivci  Country wanting to join Alberta  is mine ih.in an idle |est  Shirley Bradley heads back  lo the college Waldo and Ann  are free foi the afternoon Ihey  drive us lo a cliff lop vantage  GIBSONS SEA CAVALCADE  ���92  CHALLENGE TROPHY  BUILD A "BOAT"  CONTEST  Sun, July 26,1992 ��� Armours Beach (tinw to be announced)  ��� 2 member teams (team members in costume)  ��� $25 maximum in materials (ie pop cans, milk jugs,  inner tubes)  ��� must be launched and complete a set water course  ��� may be paddled, rowed, sailed or pushed  PRIZES FOR  ��� Best Plan ��� Best Construction ���  ��� Best Launching ��� Best Costumes ��� Best Sinking ���   mtBBmiMammmmmWa   Bflmm   Entrlei to be picked up by July 22 at Grammas Pub or Cedar* Pub  For more Information phone:  LINDA REEVE at 886-3714 or BILL HUGHES at 886-2191  by Peter trower     ���  point neai Ihe company town of.  layloi and an absolutely spec'  laiulai view oi the Peace Rlvei  winding east among lolling hills  like a huge la/y snake  It is a  breathtaking panorama that liiei  ally engulfs us wilh ils stark-  beamy   II you ignore Ihe woik  ings oi modein man in the loie,.  giound. llie rivei looks just as il  musl have 2(10 years ago  Wc,  drive back to I oil Si  John and,  spend some lime wilh Ihe cuny  loi ai ihe local museum, looking,  ovei liu trade material  lhal evening, the reading  goes oil as planned   Sliulc)  Bradley, ihiough diligent puK.  in.iiy. has drummed up a good  crowd of aboul 60 people.       ...  loui of hei sludenis 'reM,  first. I hen Waldo Introduces me  wiih ihe information that I did  my first public leading tm hijq  uiajh class^t llphinstone Sec__  oiidary. many yeais before. Ihis  is a fact. Waldo Dahl is thaw  happy anomaly -   a math teachei who also happens lo lovtli  poetry i!T  ilg  I do my usual schtick and tht?/  warm lesponse is gialifyingo  Afterwards there is a wine audit  cheese party ,;>,j  Yvonne and I mingle will),  Ihe audience and aie introduce?;  10 a bewildering number of pey-,,'  pie   One of these is a gooa'  liiend of Waldo's named John.  Koyei, a conipulei insliuclor ttL  Ihe college Royei is a fascilMtu  ing character, a one time hippie,,  who fled Ihe risky sheets of  Vancouvei in the early 70s ana  journeyed nonh wiih his lady,  Anne, to become a farmer, Ihii  homesteading idea fizzled ancr  he look up leaching instead.  He's a fiesh faced, well read  guy wiih a wide range of interests.  to be continued Coast News, June 29, 1992  17  sports  Sunshine Coast track & field stars shine   $105  Sunshine Coast track and  field athletes turned in some  excellent results and many personal bests at the Pacific Invitational Track Meet held in Surrey  June 21 and 22.  The most outstanding performance went to Devon Brown,  who threw 35.52 metres for the  gold medal in the Javelin.  j This throw places her in the  BC Athletics all time top len  record book as the eighth best  throw ever in BC by a 15 year  old female. She is definitely  coming into fine form for a  potential gold medal performance at the BC Summer  dames in July.  Also tuning up for a medal  peformance in the octathlon at  the Summer Games is Jesse  Paquin, who earned the silver  medal in the shot put (11.27  metres), and the bronze nedal in  both the hurdles and discus  (26.20 metres).  He achieved a fourth place  standing with personal best performances in many of the  remaining events in the  octathlon (400 metres - 54.8  seconds, 1500 metres - 4:31.2,  high jump and long jump).  Other medal winners and  sunsNne coast golf  personal best performances  went to Glenn Allen (gold in the  javelin - 50.04 metres), Janaki  Pogreba (gold in the triple jump  - 8.69 metres). Kevin Bell  (bronze in the 1500 metre -  5:00.2). and Nicolas Half  (bronze in the 3000 metre -  10:08.0).  Ribbons and personal bests  went to Erica Acton (fourth in  shot put - 9.87 metres and sixth  in discus - 22.82 metres), Susan  Pinkney (fifth in the 300 metre  hurdles - 52.4 seconds and fifth  in the tirple jump - 8.98 metres),  Ryanne James sixth in long  jump - 4.17 metres, seventh in  triple jump - 8.32 metres, and  eighth in discus - 21.24 metres),  Krisiine Woolford fourth in the  triple jump - 9.49 metres, eighth  in long jump - 4.12 metres, and  eighth in the 100 metre - 14.52  seconds), Robert Beaupre fourth  in shot put - 10.18 metres and  seventh in long jump - 4.39  metres), and Adam Brown seventh in high jump - 1.50  metres).  Next season, the Sunshine  Coast Athletics Track and Field  Club will be holding practices  starting in the spring for anyone  Cold Beer &  Cider To Go!  rooms  $4.r\coQ  PER WEEEK  PLUS TAX  886-2804  71*9  /  Chatelech student Devon Brown, BC's eighth beat javelin thrower  of all time. file  by Marg Skelcher  The ladies' 2nd team played at Point  Qrey last week and had a most enjoyable  day. Not only were the course and the  weather good, so was the golf, as they  defeated the Point Grey ladies 57-51. Congratulations to them!  The 18-hole ladies' 1st flight winners  were: Isabelle Rendleman (67), Vi Gibbons  (71) and Wilma Sim (72). 2nd Flight was  Won by Helen Milburn Sr. (71), Edna  Hilditch (71), and Marlis Knaus (72), while  3rd Flight prizes went to Olive Shaw (69),  Greta Patterson (73) and Joyce McMillan  (74).  Harry Johnson was the grand winner of  the Milsted Eclectic Tournament for senior  men. He had a net 54. Frank Nanson was  second with 55. Six players lied for 3rd at  57: Ian Kirland, Harry Cargo, John Petula,  Ed Brenton, Burt Hobbs, and Joe Mellis.  Bob Hagar was closest to the pin on #8 and  Bill Bader took that honour on H17.  The men enjoyed a great chicken dinner  with free liquid refreshments after this event.  The Twilight had 33 golfers on Monday  evening. The leam of Rose Webster, Frank  Taber, Les Cowley and Howard Webster  tied with Adeline Clarke, Aleta Giroux,  Chuck Bames, Bob Mahar and Harry Johnson, each team scoring 35. Rita Clark,  Donna Johnson, Walt Faulafer, Art Giroux  and Ed Brenton had 11 puts. Bob Knight had  a chip-in. A prize for this event was donated  by Tzoonie House.  The grounds-keepers are doing a wonderful job keeping the course green during this  warm weather and Ihe golfers are keeping in  shape dodging all the sprinklers!  PENINSULA MOTOR INN  JStihl  Quality  Starts At Only  99  .95  stihl naa  No need to trim your  standards when looking  for a reasonably priced  weed and grass trimmer!  The low price  of $99.95 delivers  these professional  Stihl features in our  high-value FE55  electric grass  trimmer:  S w ��� Bala  ��� 2 Year  Consumer  Warranty  ��� Balanced,  top-mounted  engine design  ��� Powerful, 660 watt  electric molor  ��� Comfortable, adjustable  loop handle  ��� Automatic 'tap N go'  linehead  See us today for legendary Stihl  quality at an affordable price!  STIHL  Available al.  731 North Ht\. Qlbsons 886-2912  mmm.  by Wendy Haddock  Twenty-nine golfers attended  the Monday twilight June 15.  The winners were: first low  gross Jay Deyman and Tom  Vanichuck; second low gross  Dutch Haddon and June Reeder;  third low gross Jay Deyman and  Marv Boyter; First low net Bob  Richardson and Sylvia Thirl-  well; second low net Len Best  and Carol Reid; third low nel  Richard Frappier and Joan Mag-  iiuii. Longest drive on number  five Moni Langham longest  drive men on number eight  Hugh Maginnis, KP number  three John Willcock and number  six ladies Sylvia Thirlwell and  men Eldy Gandy. Low putts  went to Jay Deyman and Tom  Vanichuck. High gross went to  Eldy Gandy and Carol Frappier.  Senior men's day June 16  say 37 golfers play hidden  teams. The first team was Bill  Dean, Wilf Crowe, Murrell  smith and Brian Disney, 189.  Second team George Langham,  George Grout, Bill Cameron  and Bill Hawkins at I98. Closest to the pin on number three  and number six, Bill Dean. Bill  shot a 69, George Langham 77,  and Dutch Haddon 79.  Ladles Day June 11  The final round of the Senior  Ladies Championship saw win  ner Joyce Reid with a 36-hole  total of 201 and low net went lo  June Reeder at 146. Pin round  low gross Joyce Reid and low  net saw a tie - June Reeder and  Jacquie Hooper.  Nine holers played Tic lac  Toe: first Shirley Groul, second  Lii Abbott. Congraluations lo  the winners of the Senior Ladies  Championship and well done to  all who participated in ihe tournament. A luncheon followed  the final round when the wards  were made. On June 13 and 14  at Myrtle Point Golf Club in  Powell River, Moni Langham  won low gross and June Reeder  won low net - congratulations to  by Rudy NoUl  Sunshine Coast Bridge Club  Winners: June 15: first, Doris  Housley and Jean Coyle; second, Marjorie Paterson and  Gwenda Thain third, Marilynn  Lyons and Willie Rousseau, and  fpuith Mike and Fay McCarthy.  ��� June 17: first, Shirley Huggins and B.J. Miller; second,  ports Housley and John Paterson; third, Jean Coyle and Fay  McCarthy and fourth, Marilynn  Lyons and Willie Rousseau,  fourth.  The Free Bridge Mini Series  attracts good-sized audiences.  Coming up this Monday, June  22 at 7:30 pm in the Senior Citizens Hall Sechell, late Jim Jaco-  by's: Major Suit Bidding,  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  jSafeWithUs  I Leave your eves at home wilh us.  M/Animal Can  ���   Mail Clearing and Forwarding  'Indoor Hani and Yaid Maintenance  iVgtilir Home Check or Lawin Service  I CALL SHa-VRON 885-2228  everyone welcome.  To mark the first quarter of  SCBC operation the club will  conduct a championship, limited  to present club members and  invited guests. The time and  place will be announced shortly.  ACBL Contest: First, Pat  Ashby; second, Patti Phillips;  and third, Jean Coyle.  mtMaatHama-Wahk  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  ffflnttrt.ca.��tToCoiat     1  One stop  does it all!  Seivice value to get  your car In shape  Lube & Oil  Change  Includes chassis lube,  five litres major brand  motor oil, filter, & 57 point  maintenance check  $1695*  ���By Appointment only - Most Cars & Vans  PROPANE CONVERSION  leclal for pre-1986 Chevy Pick-upl  $1450  Includes  sll taxes  bale's  886-3437  AUTO CLINIC  <jrL\ Imarnan PROPANE CONVERSION SPECIALISTS 22  S �����  \n |IIH����'%II Highway 101 (Rear of Petro Canada) 'jga,  *l>��*/; |,,,<lll_---_--BBBIa,ia.ia.ia.i>a.a.a.a.a.*>*  ^aH*?  GOOD  CENTS*  I  MAKES GOOD 0ENTS     j  MEGA  STOCK LIQUIDATION  MOUNTAIN BIKES  CROSS/AFS BIKES ��� YOUTH BIKES  ALL BIKES SOLD AT DEALER COST  (ASSEMBLY AND CREDIT CHARGES EXTRA)**  ** Assembly Charges $15.00 per bike.  ** For VISA or MASTERCARD purchases add 3% to Dealer Costs.  WAREHOUSE LOCATION  1038 Venture Way, Gibsons  (BESIDE MUDDY BILL'S)  CLEAROUT TIMES  JULY 01,1992 GATES - OPEN 7:30 AM. CLOSE 4:00 P.M.  JULY 04,1992 GATES - OPEN 7:30 A.M. CLOSE NOON  JULY 11,1992 GATES - OPEN 7:30 A.M. CLOSE NOON  YOUTH BIKES STARTING FROM $104.75  CROSS/AFS BIKES STARTING FROM $177.75  MOUNTAIN BIKES STARTING FROM $177.75  CARBON MNTN BIKES STARTING FROM $647.65  COME EARLY FOR BEST SELECTION !!  OVER 100 BIKES IN STOCK!!  DON'T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE A NEW BIKE AT COST!!  ��  SPELTAUZ&l.  uoKOTa  <�� GIANT  The Precisely Right Choice Coast News, lune 29, 1992  AUTOMOTIVE  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  EXCAVATING  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  lmlu-lri.il     AUTOMOTIVE        Mjrine   ,  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  \_ i Mam In b-b s.il at. Sun  10-1/  Forest  tS Tsars la  a  (604)*M5-7S76N  IMWI885-5281  kitt evans  Construction  KR ENTERPRISES  ��� 4x4 Backhoe Service ���  ��� Screened Topsail  ��� Single Axle Hauling  Kerry: 883-2184  ^ SUNtoASf  1M 4 MttiUHEXT  aujja*ual hMS-^^tiftMl 9amf'mm\%a  n��  KAtitTIRE  If we sell it...we guarantee itt  5fiJJ Wnari Rosd. Sschttt ��� N5-7K7'  V, ; ���, ia -.mnaeNcv- unvici ass-MM       7  Ci)      *l        Fi*a��lumhmt:*MHb  H m  Eric's Drywall  -pM-uwtjaf  CENTURY ROCK  1  rctttrac  SEIVICE  ��� StPTIC niLDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� WATER LINES  ��� CLEARING  1  Cal 411 4X4  Steve lories    886-8269  HEATING  SECHELT RADIATORS  ***B ihiu/ilftt' Coating System Service Centre  ( Vr'Rrpair'li to-pUiVkiaU. Ileaie'r (iorw 1 fiaYnkT  AITOS TRUCKS TtUCTOaW IMDISTWAL MARINE  New, Used �� Rohulll ��� Pack ui  '.llll  4349 S.C. Hwy.  Across from Sunshine GM  k up �� Dellvny  mW   I a a a a  J U,.n      I  Mon ��� Sat.  88S-7986  VX&.  TJLC  .Electrical APIunttng  Reiavktei*a*lal-Corni*i��cW  Water Heilsn ��� Electric Hist  OnMMUa NoeeaH  880-3344  Land Clearing 885-3489  Demolilion 888-8053  Stump Removal  Sile Developmenl  Roads f*Ye *B  Fri*��ft��r*iatos^_xeW��I.r EXCA  Furnaces. Fireplaces, Hot Water Tanks.  QUALIFIED MALM ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  Call NOW 118-7111  Showroom: HI Poyne M. Qlbsons       j  ARCHITECTS  r gmtm VtiiaM *7�� 1(~ti Individual ��ut<4titt  ���.. sJ?\ Custoat Hoffln * Rfnovitioni' Additions  PtMR call: David Etlon  KavinRym  ������..,. ��aS4��t / 737-0161  COAST mmbat'olthaArcNtactml  ARCHITECTURAL GR0UP**��w**l,'8C-  *K  If  Via  aa   a  rv.-l !���        "  ���-1  .lllui'l tlSIIK|    lll'IC,  Va  aaa  ll  111-  if.idiiK)  .iliout  V<  aaa  sell  -  Ami  *-,i��  mm.i.i��i  .'.*.  ��� ������  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  Cel: 1-240-3490  Fiee Estimates  Coastline Builders  Residential ��� Commercial ��� Renovetlons ��� Additions  .     MlkeM5-7028 Joel 886-2583     i  direct  DRYWALL   SYSTEMS  " Residential ��� Commercial  HOARD STEEL STUDS  sp��ey      886-8657  Qersld R. McConnell  (eel) 250-5073  CUSTOM CEIINOS  Ron Hovden  (eel) 644-6717  1  Bli or Small We Do Than All  G & S DRYWALL  FREE ESTIMATES  For All Yom Drywall Needs  Please Call: 886-9204  M J J. Vinyl Siding  C  Fred Cocker  l Leave Mraaaitc)  Phone 889-606)  Soffits, FASIA, Shutters  CEDAR SIDING  3  PO Box 1596  Sechelt, B.C.  VONMOV  KobaCCn>k,B.C  RnidentialA  Commercial Construction  Renovatioiu  Additions  ^   Laurie Lacovetsky ��� 885-2887  FREE  Specializing in all types ol  commercial & residential roofing  estimates 886-2087 *u""  eves   GUARANTEED  A ��� T ENTERPRISES: ConetruetKm Services  Serving The Coesl Since tats  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  ���������-MM  T. WONO, BOX TM, QISSONS, S.C. VON IVO  tehward Contracting  QUALITY home  BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN & DRAFTING  For Eslimale Call fiae 0iJA  . How.rti ajiwww .     885*6443 >  'Professional  Roofing  Services  "FREB  ESTIMATES"  Bpeelatlilng In all  types otrr"-  ea advertised  In yellow pages  KmMmcm\^\mm ttff  RENOVATIONS WEST  CONTRACTING  Custom Building ��� Remodelling ��� Framing  Foundations -Home Repairs ��� General  Contracting ��� Small Jobs Welcome  MS-OMI ate. 6:00 pm  Residential  ��� Commercial  Auto glass  Mirror Walls  p.eninsu.la Glass  & Aluminum  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  Heating - Ventilation ��� Flashing  Air Conditioning  1010 VENTURE, GIBSONS  CALL 1 - 979*8377 tolifsu or 885-4425  FOR ESTIMATES  SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.tgp  GAS ��� PELLET* WOOD       1EJ  Complete Solas & Installations  SHOWROOM Open Tucw. Sat.  5631 Wharl Rd., MI-7171  ��*"  706 Hwv. IOI. Gibsons 886-8580  |24hr. Commercial Emergency    886-8414,  ��� Auto Propane    ;  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. O'S  885-2360  Hwy 101. across St  Irom Big Mac's, Sechelt i  Licensed & Bonded  PARKYN BAY CONTRACTING LTD.  IH  MIMIDROW  Hiiidnttial 'CmImtaltatimuOf Siwut  Res: (604) 3S8-6707 Propane ft  lot Toll Free Paper: 1979-4.171 Natural Oas  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  GIBSONS SflND  & GRAVEL LTD.  Office: 886-8511  ���'�����***'   Cell: 328-7117  Res: 885-2008  (BEDROCK EXCAVATING LTD.  Service Hookups, Sewer Systems,  Land Clearing, Driveways etc.  experienced operatora  885-4522     885-3768  Cleaning Service  Owner Diiti Stark  Swanson's  Ready-Mix Ltd  Dispatch     .���Aciounu .      _���_ Fa* ���.  W-9M6     I ilM-533n   fW-aMl  3 Balcn Plavni on t��a Sunslvna Coasl  OOsons SajcltM PaHvcasr Harbour  Bo�� 172, S4I7 SurnaHHa , 8aach.ll  R.  :N  CRANE  RENTAL  SFCHELTPLANT  885-7180  Ready Mln Concrete  Sand t Qravel  C    CONCRETE  O  ����HKC IHI iUrvtHlrVI I CMSr]  MuJisni       m?���l "i*NT  cunes. f re 886-8174  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  A. J. CONTRACTING  Roofing * Insulation * Painting  Concrete * Vinyl Siding  Free Estimates  8854924  n  CONTOUR!  Quality Supply & Installation  Ceramic Tile, Carpet & Blinds  VSHOWROOM851 HWY. 101-GIBSONS- B.C. ��� PH|FAX:M6-3191/  SPOT-LESS PAINTING  & WALLPAPERING  ��� Inlerlor/Exlenor  ��� Pie��ure Washing  ��� Spe-irtlty Wall Finishes  FREE ESTIMATES  883-9843  PETER J. SUGARS  Custom CaUntti  Kitchens ��� Bathrooms ��� Mlllwork  shop 886-8615    ���    res. 886-2231  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  SJL Clectrtc  For Professional ft Courteous Service  RJ.t-1��4SWanMcklU.a.   FaWPMHI MO-tlM  MslllriraTa-aT.8X.WS Mte       la*��.��s.18Mt  POMFRET  :oi\i��tructioi\i  Selective Land Clearing - Design Consulting  BB2 841 C5, Qlbtoni, B.C. VONIVO   Ptione: 886-8900 j  A VII* Stors  Furniture land  Highway 101. Bon 2549. Sechell. BC. VON 3A0  ���a Telephone (604) 895.5756-Fa�� (604) 885-2756  D & B CRANE RENTAL  Phone: 884-5266  Night: 885-7085  (SECHEL T PRESSURE WASHINQ\  _ ., , 'Free Eslimates  ��� Fully Insured To Do Cedar Roofs  and Vinyl Siding  85-2612  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS �� BATHROOMS ���  EXCAVATING  Callulmr 044+007  'BRIAN NEWMAN EMAVATIIVE R        N  ��� Septic Fields -  - Drainage ��� Excavation  - Water Lines     - Rock Walls  - Landscape Construction ���  ���Call 886-3977 J  y*      THE  RENOVATIONS WITH  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL ft RESIDENTIAL [  IMPROVER M5d  IXD HALFaMOON  /PRTCISE PAINTING & PLASffeih  ��� AUPtWioi'Drywill ^^*  ��� rTSw*��wDsnar^^ %j[#"* ' W  ���JoymcriMn WorkanntMp j"  j **  - em  Neale  8864W28 Coast News, June 29, 1992  19  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl & Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Railings  *-*   Vinyl Sundeck Flooring. Patio Coverings  S      ALWEST  ^fi        HOME  SERVICES  17 - 5522 WhartI St Sechelt j,m Bain ,385.45-,.,  VISIT OUR SHOWnonu ANYTIME  ephemera  TOWN OF GIBSONS  ES| Janitorial  CONTRACT  The Town ol Gibsons is now calling tenders for a vearlv  janitorial contract. .  The contract would include daily (based on a 5 day  - week) janitorial service lor the Municipal Hall and  . infrequent duties at the Motor Vehicle Branch, Marine  Room, Museum, School Board Offices, Clinic and  �� Ambulance buildings.  Details ol janitorial work to be performed can be  obtained at the Town of Gibsons Municipal Hall at 474  Soulh Fletcher Road.  All lenders must be sealed and clearly marked "1992  Janitorial Contract" and submitted to the Municipal Hall  no later than 4:00pm July 3rd, 1992.  TENDERER PLEASE NOTE:  All information received in response to this invitation to  tender, including the tender documents, become the  property of the Town of Gibsons, and after the closing  date, at the sole and absolute discretion of the Town of  Gibsons, will be opened in public and thereafter  examined by any member of the public.  The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  If further information or clarification is required, please  contact   the   Town   of   Gibsons,   Public   Works  Department, Mr. W.A. Fair, at the Municipal Hall or  telephone 886-2274.  Wilbert Fair  SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday  June.10 ,1992  7:00  Coast Interfailh  Beverly Peters and Maria Kaltio  discuss their trip to  Western Samoa.  7:.M>  Smiles, (tones & Butter Churns  Producer Laurel Suko lakes us for a look al lools from Ihe past.  Taped on location at Ihe (iibsons Pioneer Museum  8:15  "I Am A Camera" #1 in Ihe beginning.  Due lo popular requesl we are repealing Ihe series on  photographer Ken Bell.  8:45  Stale of Ihe Art...Papier Mache.  Wednesday  July 1,1992  7:00  Chinook Swim Club  I'un Meel  Coach Dan Cross is the commentator for Ihe full coverage of  Ihis year's annual swim meet held al (he (iibsons Pool.  9:00 .  Parliamentary Talkback  Harold Fletcher is the host M.I..A. Gordon Wilson is Ihe guest.  Thursday  July 2,1992  6:3d  Chatelech Secondary School Graduation Ceremonies  The Chatelech Class of '92 invites you lo join them in their  commencement ceremonies taped in the  Chatelech Secondary Gym.  7:30  F.lphinstone Secondary School Graduation Ceremonies  Programme your VCR, and enjoy Ihe Class of "92 school  leaving ceremonies (aped last week in Ihe Elphinstone  Secondary School Gym.  5SSS3K*1"S0lTH HF0R[I  ���5 YEARS AGO  Carole Rubin, director, BC  Coalition for Alternatives lo  Pesticides was in Ottawa for the  tabling of the new Environmen-  tal Protection Act as part of a  Canada-wide environmental  caucus. Rubin stated "We feel  that this is a good first step."  Tidal Rush Salmon Hatchery  operated by Pacific Aquafoods  Ltd. of Vancouver is to generate  ils own hydro power on Nelson  Island with Ihe help of the federal government.  10 YEARS AGO  The Sechell Indian Band Act  is due lo be released to the public this week. Firsl presented lo  Ihe Human Rights Commission  on October 29. 1981, the act is  an attempt to free ihe Sechell  Band from Ihe strictures of Ihe  Indian Act. The Band is asking  for the right lo local govern  nienl  Two residents of Ihe Gibsons  area have been awarded a  $10,000 explorations grant by  the Canada Council lo document, research and photograph  the life and work of renowned  Sunshine Coast sculptor, Dudley Carter.  15 YEARS AGO  "After four years of hard  work I'm very happy. I think it  is a historic occasion," said Gibsons Mayor Larry Labonle after  agreement in principle was  reached lo tie Gibsons into the  regional water system.  Seventeen year old Chris  Millner of Madeira Park will be  the stroke for the Shawnigan  Lake rowing team at Henley  Regatta this year.  Ian Hamilton, a blind player,  wins his way through to the  finals of a Cedar Inn chess tournament.  25 YEARS AGO  Final respects were paid in  Ihe Harvey Funeral Chapel in  Gibsons to Sven Gisvold.  Gisvold had a gallant career  Fighting against the Nazis in the  Second World War as saboteur  and commando. Included  among his escapades was his  escape from Nazi imprisonment  in a stolen patrol boal pursued  by Ihe German navy across the  North Sea.  35 YEARS AGO  Davis Bay Flementary  School is opened by A Funnell,  chairman of Ihe school board.  F.xeculives of Pender Harbour Board of Trade complain  about rowdincss following a  Friday nighl dance.  Celebrants look to the waler  after the affair in boats yelling  and cursing and indulging in  dangerous twisting and turning  of small craft at high speed.  45 YEARS AGO  Edward Green, storekeeper  at Secret Cove, was charged  wilh shooting at Vern Backman,  fisherman. The shooting took  place after an argument between  Green and Backman  Sechelt Inlet cruises, first  organized by James E. Parker,  are proving very popular.  The building boom continues  in Gibsons Landing.  SPCA NEWS  A friendly disposition assures  that this 18-month old  neutered male lab-cross will  be a great companion to  anyone willing to give him a  good home. Call 885-4771 to  v, j-jflv the numerous dogs and  cats the SPCA has to otter.  :-ing  [APPROVED REINFORCED MEMBRANES  FOR SUNDECKS/ROOFDECKS  ALUMINUM/GLASS RAILINGS  883-2898  /Brians roofing & attic ventilation^  REROOFINQ SPECIALISTS ��� LEAK REPAIRS  'LOMANCO- WHIRLYBIRD ATTIC VENTS  ��� KEEPS VOUR HOMF COOL IN SUMMER  ���PREVENTS CONDFNSAtlON IN WiNIEn  BBB LICENSED* INSUHf D-FFIFfc FSTlMATES  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  1885-46661  LANDSCAPING  buccaneer  Marina tj Resort Ltd  located in Secret Cove 885-7888  Wiiaf MARINE SPECIALISTS n Tears  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K J, C Therirmglass 4^_ V^U  Cobra. Boals now   f^       ,_- "a _V ��'  In-Stock  [outboards  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  S & G TREE SERVICE  y  Topping ��� Trimming -Pruning ��� Brush Chippw  Dangei Tiee Removal  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Years Experience  885-3897  I  5  GIBSONS: 886-0225   SECHELT: 885-6422  % Putt U %ini, 6�� Sue Ifcmtmt  MARINE SERVICES  ?  UTHERLAND  _SALES * SERVICE LTD������  BOX342 Madeira Park. B.C. VON 2H0 MHHQMHw.  ROS  _. jxiuet  mem HNIwaMUPI  YANMAR  BOAT TRAILERS  Mignacbirie Hitlerite  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  ;fty*tt-*W  Mt'  m  .   ' 731 North Hd., Olbaona 386-2912  COTTRELLS MARINE SERVICE  Yamaha  Outboards.  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE^  Custom Culling ��� Planing  Bevel Siding - Posts & I  Chris Napper 886-3468  & Beam,Liii4ik  TOWN OF GIBSONS  INVITATION  TO TENDER  1992  SIDEWALKS  The Town of Gibsons is inviting tenders for the  construction of approximately 300 lineal meters of  concrete sidewalk of which approximately 275 lineal  meters arc to be constructed on Gower Point Road  fronting Dougal Park and 25 lineal meters on Gower  Point Road fronting Gibsons Marina. In addition  tenderers are requested to submit bids for the  construction of approximately 105 square meters of  concrete cap on existing slab in Dougal Park.  In your tender submission, please quote ajfcm price  per lineal meter for installed sidewalk and a separate  lirm price for 50mm installed cap. Prices should  include all layout, base preparation and installation  for sidewalk and slab preparation, tile removal and  foundation wall removal (2 only) for cap installation.  TENDERS PLEASE NOTE: All information  received in response to this invitation to tender,  including the tender documents become the property  of the Town of Gibsons and, after the closing date, at  the sole and absolute discretion of the Town of  Gibsons, will be opened in public and examined by  any member of the public.  THE LOWEST NOR ANY TENDER NOT  NECESS.-UULY ACCEPTED.  Detailed information, work clarification and locations  can be received at the Town of Gibsons Public Works  Department at the Town Hall or phone 886-2274.  CLOSING DATE:  Sfiakd. tender marked "1992 Sidewalks" must be  received at the Town of Gibsons, Municipal Office,  474 South Fletcher Road, P.O. Box 340, Gibsons, BC  VON 1V0 not later than 4:00 pm local time, Thursday,  July 9th, 1992.  Wilbert Fair  SUPERINTENDANT OF PUBLIC WORKS  Cyclists  beware  in busy  summer  Here we are wilh summer on  our doorstep. For those who  enjoy riding bicycles, who  encounter drivers and pedestrians in Iheir travels, it is time a  reminder of the rules of the  road get through the season  wiih fewer bad habits and no  injuries.  Wilh that in mind, here are  some thoughts to consider when  you ride.  Some cyclists have forgotten  thai although they have the  same rights and duties of  drivers, cyclists have additional  duties and responsibilities specified in ihe Motor Vehicle Act.  lui those who would like them  all, check out the act and section 185.  Cyclists are prohibited from  obstructing pedestrians using  the sidewalk; it appears that  familiarity has led many to con-  tempi here.  Riders are also required to  ride as near as possible to the  right side of the road, regardless  of how fast ihey can go or what  the posted speed limit is.  In as much as motorists are  required to yield in many places  to cyclists using Ihe road, common sense must prevail.  So far this year the Sunshine  Coast has been very fortunate  with its low number of vehicle/bicycle accidents.  If cyclists can't ride to their  responsibilities, keep in mind  that the fine for most moving  violations under the Motor  Vehicle Act is $100, whether  you are a cyclist or motorist.  �����  I  at  ��  ;���  !  ���MHMHM 20  Coast News, lune 29, 1992  Pay for 2 inserts Coas��News <Mon��v> Clas,j^ ^Xys  Ge' 4 inserts #7J?#7#7/ 5 s^aM^  ���'���:*  I    Homes &  Property  _3  in'  SECHELT VILLAGE $177,000  ���i>-upixjs new 4 bdrni. 3 balh gas  ��� I o'aie. vaulted ceiling, 2 storey  " .vtri view All natural gas,  .->, --tHJeni Must ilrive by Ihen  '  i io view Excellenl neigh*  OOd, 5816 Anchor Open  n StHidays 2 to 4 pm Phone  ���iH*.  t*,/2  l^6W  Homes &  Properly  Homes &  Pioperty  ill  MQugti island 20 acre oiganic,  ��� ��� '"-(Pad. gardens, orchard,  140   iq ll home $135,000  '��������� 4*4-5935 ss  Panorama  '���  .'.���i .-Pai. kit inn Im my mm  1 1 MMiaWk  gi-ntlr ��ln(-f titttt  .������ m mmoMka. i;g ��pn  ' i ng abAlrr OlM 1/2 M ii-  ���     -I Vfllh lllliaVig<iatl|��| pOWM  ���it'll- Villi HI    Willi*!    rtl  Contact to Poppcl  1  H'WJbl oi 9SO-/J49  I'  lly townhouse ��� J bdrms, 1  '  MlhiOQms, 2 yr old1 Lovely  --liiiivi Close to schools, clime.  bul *��rvice S shops $123,500 NO  QSI $40 monthly maiiilenance  B86-3313 I26W  i bdrrn basemenl home. 2 tne-  pliCSS, large sundeck on 1.6  Bergs wih 1000 sg ft workshop  with rement lloor. 9' ceilings A  200 ?,,Tip service with large dnve  indoors Close to schools A shop-  ping ���entfe Musl be seen to tie  appreciated Www 886*859or  B86 9i)59 ��26W  PRIVATE SALE  No GST, no commission  5816 Anchor Road, Sechell Village  Completely linished and landscaped  4 bdrm ��� 3 bath ��� Lvg * Dng ��� Rec ���  Nook ��� All gas Appliances (5) ��� 2 sundecks  Phone Joa or Mindy  885-3572  Quiet afreet and excellent neighbourhood  Homes 8.  Properly  5    Thank You  | Mew  1 bdrm. 1400 sq 11 with  i mo'tyage helper down Tralee  ' aru (179.900 Cat Craig 885-  1946 H26W  WAN1ED ./��� 3 bedroom house  large lot. qultt raid, Roberls  Cmk Phone 6661755. lv  mm lor Brim.  TM  -ACREAGE NEAR SECRET  COVE' Serviced, my btKh  access $67,500 1-224-6110  n  Laige Lot in Selma Paik. 3 bdrm.  2 balh, 2 l/p. A inlaw suite.  $M5.0008856489 evenings  ss  2 rare view acreages These 5  acre parcels are wilhin 10 min.  wak lo Saigeanl Bay. Marine Paik  i Less than 10 man diive la  Sechelt. An architect's dream, Ihis  (anions view pioperty lends ilseil  to west coasl living at it's best. As  this 5 acie subdivision becomes  established expect values lo rise  rapidly. Foi serious inquiries Cellar Vintners Ltd. $92,000 Finn.  946-7655 or pager 1-979-4544  GAMBIER ISLAND  1111.000 Over I fere ol unique  wml-mttrtronl wilh 2 bdrm.  log cabin, tundtck. shop and  carport t/2 acri Itnctd with  gardens and trull tries IM-  4917 No agents please.    TFN  Langdale. by ownei. attiactive  1056 sq It 2 turn bungalow Bat  8J.I6J lol 690 sq It iH.stwd  bsml. 2 FP, vised ��i bsml New  double windows and caipei cai  poil and cedai siding eiienor  666-9290 I26SS  48' i 330' ol pnme low bank  wateitiont in Gibsons Harbour  near Gibsons Manna House  needs lepau bul could be li.ed  up tor recieatjonal or 'enlai uM  Property zoned lounsl Conimei  cial il' ,'i Double gaiage pka  storage shed JI89.50U l*x��e  jeia.ivi i tm mm ss  H2 acre lol Lohn Hd. Heduxills.  conliolled subdvisaoii. 149,50X1 I-  2289660 ss  Laige, view lol. Davis Hay.  approved seplic tank, aaattn.  hydro 1 18 It tiaalei ��..;>. No  agents 9871541  CLASSIFICATIONS  1 Home A Property  2 Births  3 ObltuaaiM  4 In Majmorlatm  5 thank Vsu  s     Personal  7     Announcement  a     flacreetbn  a     WaxtdlngaA  FngagajmanU  10 loll  11 Found  1?   Pelt 4 Livestock  IS   Mutk  Travel  Wsrilajd  fm  Oarage Sale*  Barter a Trade  Appliances  14  15  ia  17  ia  il  ?0 Furniture  21 For Sale  ?? Heavy Equipment  23 Autos  24 trucks  25 Csmpere  n   Msrine  27   Mobile Homes  Motorcycles  21   wanted to Rent  30. Bed and Breekfeet  11. For Rent  31. Commercial for Rent  M. Entertainment  34. Help Wenled  31. Buslneaa and Home  Servleee  -at. Work Wenled  37. Child Cen  N. Bmlni.s Opportunities  31. Legal  40. TooLatetoClaeea>  THINKING  OF SELLING  loonHooketnaatnp/inaorumia  houses I look eta as helper people  actmr. atat (hey mant out of *ie.'  no yuisnoN Aaoui it���  CALL  KEN SHEARSMITH  BSS-6277  sctwaaiauryiNc.  snoTtarooST scchclt  MS-5290  Soames I acie view lot, attiactive  Iwo bedioom home with lovely  sunroom nicely landscaped  Close to beech A lerry $129,500  886-2182. ss  Wanted 3 bdrm house lot larruly  with 2 pie schoolers Vendor  assistance oi Hem To Own loll  tiee 240-9862. I26w  DPOPOFFYOOP  ss��*��k  At any of our convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 88.1-2888  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 883-9551  In Halfmoon Bay  BAJ STORE 885-9435  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 885-9721  In Roberts Creek  Rl 'HERTS ( REEK GENERAL STORE 885 .1400  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  I        5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930     |,  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (behind Dockslde Pharmacy) 886-2622  VISA  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  I here's always service with a smile when you/  place your classifieds at B&J Store, our 1  friendly People Place in Halfmoon Bay J  Redioolls-1700 sq.lt. 3 bdrm; 2  bath, 20'x36' in giound pool -  compiele bath house - woik shop,  sloiage shed, 1.2 acres. Fully  landscaped. $229,000.865-3674.  Href]  30 acres on Nelson Island, beach  access, view property. {65,000.  883-2580 lax 883-2119.    ��27cn  Roberts Creek Halt acre, ocean-  side ol highway. 2 bdim plus studio on park like setting. Private  sale. Please No Agenls.  $195,000.685-7981.  I27CT1  Keats island  Eaatbotime  3 bdim, lully lurnished cabin on  I large lot. $49,500. Phone 886-  18076 or 8B6-2S61  #27W  REDUCED 1/2 acre lot KAtder-  wood was $55,000 now $49,900  OBO. 986-1672. I27cn  Four bdrms., 3 balhs, view home,  Yacht Rd., Selma Paik, wood and  elec. heat. $185,000.885-9748.  I27W  Home on quiel, cul-de-sac, reasonable. 885-9091. I27W  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Reciaitlon ��� Retirement  ��� Relocitlan  CATALOOUC  5f8f Cowrie St . Box 1219  Sechelt. B C VON 3A0  M5-3211 FAX 665-2699  Van Toll Free 614-1016  21/2 acre seiviced lol lor sals,  near Secrel Cove. 224-6180.  ss  View lot, waler, hydro, $46,000 '  lirm. Chamberlin > Central, Gib-,  sons. 886-9049. ss  Stillwater, South Powell River.  Basemenl home, view, beach.  $96,000,487-9334. ss  Waterlront 3 bdrm home plus  downstairs, developmem potential. 1.3 acies with lower she* at  beach $199,000. 685-5114 Jan  McKenna. as  By owner, 3 bdrm. split level  home. 11/2 berhs, family rm.. dW.  garage, 3 appis. 1 wood heater.  Located on 63'x96' lol in central  Gibsons. Close lo all amenities,  773 OShea Rd. View by appoint-  rnenl only. Call 886-3940. I28cn  Vew property, Gibsons, Reed Rd.  by ownei, close to beach A ferries. Phone 1-248-6584.    #31cn  1/2 acre treed lol Garden Bay,  close to marinas A lakes. No  agents. $45,000.886-8010.��28cn  Pander Harbour Semi-water-  front. 3 bdrm epttt level home.  16x34 shop on 1/2 acre plus.  OPENS 2-4 pm. July 4,5.11.12  Watertront Gibsons BlaiH This 2/3  bdim home oilers speclaculai  views, beautilul beach, 3 cai  gaiage. Live-in or use as suminei  cottage - gat potential lor Iutuie  developmenl! 358 Avalon Drive  Asking $289,000. Bell Really Lid  Lois Mllington 926-7631. |24his)  686-9206. ��28w  WESTSECHELT  $139,900  Over 2500 sq. It. immac. 4 bdim.  2 balh, 2 FP laige formal dining  room, new capets, big lee room.  and more on nicely landsc. lot.  Nn* 885-6340 Valley Pacilic  I26w  New quality built home, YMCA  I Rd., Langdale, 3 bdrm up ensuite,  soaker lub. angle showei, cumin  sink. Main balhioom combination  bath/shower unit, 2 bdim. downstairs wilh bathroom tub/shower.  Large utility room, rumpus room.  2 cai garage. 685-4616,885-2/35  eves. ss  Allowability is now up to you!  We'll build you the Irame. complete with windows, exl. doois,  siding, roofing and you finish Ihe  inside. 2 level house 1125 sq ft.  $27,500; Rancher 1200 sq II  $21,500; Bungalow 900 sq. II.  $16,500. Build lor less than $45 a  sq. It. It's last, inexpensive, high  quality, energy efficient and Fun!  See completed house. Phone  949-7655 Pager 1-979-4544.  #28cn  Fantastic View Property  Must See. Sandy Hook. Ready to  build, 77x139. Save on Commission. $44,900. 732-67/1.  I27cn  Building lol, Shaw Rd.'one block  Irom shopping centre. 60'xl20'  zoned lor single dwelling oi  duplex, $69,500. Phone 666-  8550. ��28W  In Granthams 2 bdrm house wilh  a great view, new deck and very  private backyaid. $129,900. No  agenls 8864515. I28w  Roberls Creek - 4.64 acies.  House, 2 bams, year round creek,  super naluial yet close lo every  thing. Trades welcome $229,000.  Sutton Group. Excel. 298-5215  Hide.  MOBILE HOME SALES  Brand new modular homes. Single S double wides lor your lot or  pad. Custom ordeis avail. Com-  AMossageof  Gratitude from Erica Parents:  ihe musl dieadlul liagedy lhal  haunts eveiy parent has hap  pened lo us Ihe loss ol a deai  son. Ihiuugh a liagic accident  trie was a son to be proud ot  gentle, thoughtful, patient, and  easygoing stall |usl a kid. barely  19 wiin a positive uajtlook txi life.  dieams ol yelling good employ  mem, ol buying pruuetly and ut  meeting Ihe nghl can Nothing will  lili the emptiness m our heart Yuu  would think lhal when you have  losl someone you love, no winds  huwevei kind, can uaally ease the  grief yuu feel tn lying you peace  ol 'mi.I Bul all lhal caring support  and deepest sympathy liom all ol  you touched us deeply during Ihis  lime ol deep sorrow Ihe support  weTeceived liom all oui Iriends  was simply oveiwhelming. tor a  numbei ot them, we would go as  lai as saying that Ihey basically  pul then lives on hold dunng lhat  week and lived lot us II is nice to  know lhat dunng Eric's bnel stay  on earth, he had made so many  Inentls We lind happiness in  knowing lhal you all keep a good  memory ol oui son, Eiic. Fiom  rum, liom us...Ihank you. ��26cn  A Gieat Big Thank You to Mini-  Tad coach Rob Williams Ihe best  coach in the work). Youi leam  ��26cn  Sincete lhanks lo our friends who  gave comfort during our time ol  sadness when Dad passed away.  Thanks to the ladies lot providing  relieshmenls following Ihe seivice Frank had a special mleiesl  in establishing a fund to purchase  a defibrillator loi Gibsons lestden  lhank you to those who have  alieady contnbuled to the Frank  Campbell Memohal Fund al Ihe  Royal Bank, Gibsons. Peggy  Campbell and lamily        I26cn  6    Personal  Ate you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk?.  Call the Sunshine Coast Transition House lot conlidenlial 24 hi.  service. 665-2944. TFN  Martha,  Mom.  We love you forever  Love Jim, Nicholas  and Nitasha  Palm Readings - accurate, discreet, informative. Conlact Elizabeth at 886-2980. *28W  TAROT TEADINGS by: 'The  Sensitive' Mauiine Pally. Appis.  866-3140. 2l26w  Announcement  MASSAGE THERAPY  David Dressier, R.M.T. accepting  appointments now. 886-3622.  ���26W  BROOKS ft MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  | pelitive pticing. For inlormation  call Nick Ptoach 885-6340. I26w  Lot lor sale, Shaw Road, 60x120  being zoned lor R3. No agents.  ���28w  perfect for boater. Reduced  pummmi    mm  Redroolts area on 6 acres. Private and lovely 2 storey cedar  home. 1500 sq. ft. Bright, newly  linished, 3 bdrms, 1 1/2 balhs,  decks. $184,900.8B5-7492.#28cn  Environment  Friendly Paints  in All  Colours Ot ���  The Rainbow ,  Including Qtaan  Bill Wood  SECHELT 2.  A  Bus. 885-2923  Res. 885*5058  Howard and Tracey Honeybunn  are thrilled to announce the birth  ol Iheii baby boy Colin Douglas  Lloyd, a little brother lor Courtney  and Carly, born on June 10,1992  weighing 7 pounds, 15 ounces.  Proud grandparents ate Lloyd and  Sandra Mitchell ol Winnipeg and  Doug and Lii Honeybunn ol Gibsons. Special thanks to Irene  Veale daddy and Dr. Burlln lor  their much needed support.#26cn  Hlatky, sisters Aja and Teiida are  happy to announce the birth of  their brother Kerry Patrick Stanley  Klatky bom May 29,1992. Proud  parents are Angetque and Kerry  12601  Fnends ol Al Lloyd are invited to  drop by July 4 at Madeira Legion,  4-flpm lor his 80th birthday celebration  RAINBOW COLLECTIONS  is le locating al 982 Hwy. 101.  Gibsons.  '/  Announcemer  Oiscovety Replica ol Gibsons  Laving, June 1992. on Ihe ?00th  aiHiiveisary ol Ihe original cap-  tamed by GeofgeVancouvet LoH  m onevmg memory those citizens  ol the Sunshine Coast who dare  to have dreams that lead to ieali  ty Co<)do>ences to Joe Belange<  and the onguial Discovery Protect  ere* #26cn  PRINCESS HOUSE CANADA  Products a>e here1 You ll love  Ihem' have a home parly and  see1 Gorgeous stemware * China  Cookware and greal gilt ideas al  a traction ol department store  pnees Make a FUN evening ot it>  Call Paula Southm hw. ai*) tor  details tA'YV  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  ALCOHOLICS ANONVMOUS  6857883, 24 houi line. UN  Does someone in youi family  have a dnmVrng piotiiem* Call Al  Anon 8669903. 885/484, 886-  9059. AlAteen866-2565      NC  Adull children ot Alcoholics ot dis  lunclional families please call  886 3849 018854622 lot help  NC  Landing Unisex now ottering  Sunday opening tanning only  electrolysis Mondays and open  late Thurs 4 Fri. till 8 pm Book  now 866-3916  LOG ENDS  by container  load  886-7033  ATTENTION SMALL BUSINESSES! Ask about our FREE letterhead servicel CONFIDENTIAL  SECRETARIAL SERVICES 686-  4740. ��26cn  EARLY FRENCH IMMERSION  L'Ecole Passe Patlout. Camp  Douglas Roberts Creek - enrol  now lor K A 1. Into call Robbin  885-5/79. Allison 885-5363.I31W  8    Recreation  Leam lo scuba dive. Piolessional  instructors. Full Padi Certification.  Seaspod Scuba. 885-9830   TFN  9.   Weddings &  Engagements  WEDDING VIDEOS  Piolessional packages - reasonable tales. JB Media. 686-8747.  ��26cn  7 1/2' White Livingston dinghy  liom Pender Harbour aiea. 883-  917701883-9855. H26cn  Male Ginger cal, neutered Sun-  nyside Road. Around 2-3 years.  B86-6233OI8864201       ��26w  Ladies ptesc. glasses 886-8285.  ���26cn  Ladles glasses, brown nrn. black  case, claim al Coasl News. 886-  2622. ��26cn  Would Ihe owneis ol two minis-  lure Schnau-ets please call Gibsons Animal Hospital (SPCA)  686-7313. ��26cn  12   PelsS  Livestock  f "ST*  Expert S\  repairs and  servicing on all  brands of sewing  machines.  Singer, Kenmore,  Praff, Janome,  Elna, Bernina,  and all makes of  vacuum cleaners.  - Free Estimates -  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  SEWING MACHINE  ft VACUUM CENTRE  Cowrie St,, Sechelt  (opposite Sank of Montreal)  ,     885-8843     J\  W�� buy beer bottles and beer  cana, paying 10 (/dot. 6S6-  6039. TFN  Fiee kittens: Litter trained. Lovable labb.es Call 885-7906  ��26cn  HEMLOCK/BALSAM  WOOD SHAVINGS - for hoise  bedding (no cedai). Gibsons  Sand S Gtavel. 886-8511 eves.  865-2008. TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Conlacl Then I Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716 oi Madee Fashions.    NC  Help induce the pet ovei-popJa-  lion problem - spay or neuter your  pet. NC  Male Mulllcoo I yi old All shois  A neutered. 866-7224.      ��28w  Pels &  Liveslock  I am died and old with tour male  small Chihuahua X Ternei puppies lot sale, $100 lo good  homes Btfb 4/04 f?7W  Beachcomber  Doc Grooming  Big or Small - We do lti*in all'  CUP, Bathing 4  F*. Dtp  urtiln'it I Lag l ifinnin-'i  19   Appliances  Kennwe dryer $100.885-452(1  ��27cn  Wanted lo buy: Non woiking  maiot appliances 885-769/  HK*I  I tee lo good home. 1 yi old  ItnaleSIMSiavX 86632/9 S26W  w  Will leach beginner iniemiediale  clarinet, saa. flute, vuice 865  4/33, Scott's music  j Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  ^-Mt Krn Dalulflsh  j��f  886-2843  Used wall trail 886-3924   I27W  lop $ paid lor military items.  Rifles, bayonets, badges, medals.  886/591 I29cn  Rool tacks or cat lop lo 111 77  Granada 886-8680 ��26cn  I ticycles & Wheel toys in good  condilion. Toys and games suit  able lot pie school age childien  B85-0//6.  ��26W  Boal lo rent lor one week  between July 4lh and 18th, 14-20  feel with motoi and trailer. 885-  9486 Aller 6pm D26cn  Used canoe. 16 fl libieglass pielened In good cond 885- 7651  ��28cn  Non-airtight wood stove, good  condition, some rust. 885-60/0.  ���Men  17. Garage Sales  Sklai kweseal. biege, $125. colonial loveseal. biege. Si25.'Jiolh  exc cond 886*36 belore 9am  ���2/W  Moving Sale queen sire bed, Kil  lam catpel./'��9'; light oax table. 4  chaiis. antique tables. amlQue  settee, tinned pent. Mi mi siutl  and lamps, bookshelves, etc 686-  0080 am  Couch A Love seal I xcellonl  consilion J/50 886 331/ ��26cn  5 piece Medileiianuati style bud  room suite, butlel and hutch, wall  unit. 3 bar stools, locking chair,  two twin headboards and bedspreads, draperies 685-36/5  Eves. ��2!��:ii  9 piece Eastern Maple complete  Oiningioom suile. $4,000 865-  36/4. ��26cn  Oueen size waleibed Motionless  maltiess. Headboard 16 drawers. Exc. cond. $225 OBO 885-  5774. ��26cn  Couch, loveseal A chair. Gold A  rusls, floral design. Excellent  shape .$350 886.3211     *28cn  Oueensize bed, like new, $200  OBO 885-9249. >28W  21   For Sale  Aitco Gas luinace Good cdnd.  $315 885-62/6 !ss  SALE  8' cedai 4x4's, $6 each. 685-  5031. iss  Sat. July 4,660 Bums 10-2 J26cn  Miilli-lamily yaid sale, July 4, 10-  4,530BridgemanRd.      I26cn  Lois ol goodies Sat. > Sun., July I  4 t 5, 9:30-3, 2025 Hwy. 101 al  Leek Rd. I26cn  July 4, 6051 Southwood. Fiom  9am. House hold items elc.��26cn  18. Barter* Trade  Will trade 1965/ 7.5 h.p. Mercury  outboaid, 25 hours, excellent con-  ditioniptus cash) lor 15-20 h.p  outboard in equal condilion. 886-  6558. TFNs  FOR TRADE  10' Rustler campei. Threeway  fridge, stove, oven and furnace.  Sleeps six. Mind condition!!  TRADE FOR  17'or larger boal, motor and il  available trailer. Musl be in Ihe  value tange ol $2000 to $4500.  863-9710  T a SSOIL topsail-BaikMulch-  Mushroom Manure. Phone anytime 685-5669. Tf^N  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, lighl weight, eigononnc  design grip bell. $850 OBO. 866-  7097. ss  Floal house, 750 sq. It one  bdrm., propane appliances, wood  heal, $12,800 030.885-1942. ss  SAWDUST Hemlock/Balsam loi  gaidening and hoise bedding  Cedat and bark mulch lot other  Gibsons Sand 1 Gravel Lid. 666-  8511 eves. 865-2006. TFN  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Eadh Station  884-5240  TFN  19  Appliances  New. Gibson Upright Heavy Duty  commercial Ireezer. 10.1 cu. II.  $500886-7141.  Woodslove, Fisher Mama Beat,  aidight, $300 665-/914.   I26W  inglis washei A GE dtyer, exc.  cond., $400/pt 886-9372.  Avocado fridge 1 slove, sell-clean  oven. $200/ea. or $350/pr.; old  beer fiidge, $50 886-3410 all.  6pm. #26W  Inglis washei, 5 yrs old $550. GE  dryi $50. Chest deep Ireeze $250.  685-3675 Eves.  Gumey H. Gold 30' stove $249;  Gumey H. Gold 14 cubic ft. 2 dr.  I.I. Iridge $329; Inglis Citation 7  piogiam built-in dishwasher/energy savei $249; Inglis Liberator  2sp 3cy HO. Washei, white $339;  Inglis superb 17 cubic It. almond  Iridge $449;lnglis Niagara 17  cubic ft. almond like new $569;  While Westinghouse, white 30'  sell dean stove, coming lop 1297;  Admiial 30' H. Gold sell clean  $279: Moffat while dryer $249 -  All recorrditioned 90 days to 2 yrs  wananty. Call Bjorn 885-7897 or  toner Clipboard 665-4434.  12701  4' PVC solid or perforated pipe,  $10: ABS 4'$20,3. $15; 2. $10.1  1/2', $6. all 10 lengths, will deliver. 886-9033. IFN  CEDAR SHAKES ( LUMBER,  any size. Will cuslom cut. 685-  5669or8B5-560l. TFN  6 cyl. Foid maiine diesel. 4 - 1  capilol gear $6500. o.b.o., ot  tiade lor tractor plus cash, 886-  998V       ss  USED RAILWAY TIES lot retaining walls.; Unscreened lopsoil  $110 load. 8866204.  Anything Give us a make A  model l II requiied, how much  you want to spend. We'll try out  best. 686-9033. TFN .  MOVING SALE  9' Hercus lathe, complete $2,000,  10' Till Aiboui saw, compiele  $400, Singer knitting machine, all '���  accessories, $375. Ofleis conskl-  ered. 886-30/3. I25W  LUMBER SALE  2xl0-70t7��nFt.;2xfi-30��/Lin.  Fl. All mill run Douglas Rr, Gibsons Mobile Saw Service. 886-  3468 I25W  Kid's scooter w/ hand biakes $50;  boys Mickey Mouse Holler skates,  size 2 $20; Small box canopy  $50.885-6160 I25cn  Samsung etectronlc cash register,  10 depl., 2 taxes, 4 opeiatuis.  $350,886-3752. I26W  Latge desk, $150; dishwasher,  $350 kexc. cond. Double bed  $75.8860184. ��27cn  New Noico bushpilol, $250; and  Pinnacle, $385; new 500'roll 1'  high pressuie watertlne, $250; 1/3  HP jet pump and piessute tank,  $75; 4 new RV trailer Urea, Shell  X-10OF78-15,$200;(4)2'6'x8'8'  6 Incdooi jams i (1) n'tSff 4  inch door |am, $35 each. 886-  WW- I27cn  (1) King bed liame, nevei used  (cosl $135.60), $95; (I) queen  tad frame, $50; Husk 2100 chin-  saw, 30' bar, runs well, $250  886-2513. I26W  Fitewood ��� Alder, $85; iHamlock,  J95; Fir $105. awesome cord tree  oetrvery. 886-937Z. I26W  Washer/dryer, $300; microwave  cart,$50.Odda and Ends. I26W   .  .^^^at^m^M Coast News, June 29, 1992  21  Take Advantage o/owr Mew Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times,  and pay for only 2 times I  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  21   For Sale  .(  C��T**le 35 mm. Camera outfit  Ricoh XR25 loom. Telehpolo ���  macro 2x rxnverter elc Exc. condition. $575 080.885-5774.    I26cn  10 hp Riding mower. Kabota. 40'  cutting deck. Deisel luelod 885-  2273. Ask lor Carl. Joe lo view  $2500 Parkei Sweeper and  axlias.  -26cn  Welder ��� 12hp Canox 180 needs  some work $300; will tiade loi  shop compressor 2100 Husky  chalnsaw $200 OBO 866/890  allot 6:00pm i26cn  Buill In vacuum system. Com.  plete Top ol the line Bioan System. Brand new $500 8B5-5//4    ��26cn  Black A Decker 19' electnc lawn-  mower with rear beg Good condilion. $150.886-7714.       I26cn  Good 6 cyl. AMC moloi. $200  OBO. 6664487. i?6W  Scuba Gear Regulator, large wet-  suit, fins, mask $399.685-4064.  ���26cn  Loiance Depth Sounder, sel ol  lellhanded metal woods. 885-  2243. I26cn  British India caipet 100% wool,  18' x Iff. $150.886-7859. ��26cn  Clarke TB21 commeicial floor  sctubber A stripper. Exc. lor laige  stores or mall. Battery operated  $1900.865-9068 ss  Universal gym ��� Weight Lifting  Equlpmttnt. $125. S86-32t1  ���Men  GOOD GREEN HAY  $5.00 BALE  DELIVERED. PHONE M5-9357  TFN  Wanted: Acquaiiums and accessories. Reasonable. Phone B86-  3673. I26W  Seasoned mixed firewood, mostly  alder $75 per full coid. U Haul  Fiom Mddlepoinl. 883-9382. (27  Chlnon aulo camera, 35 mm,  case, Hash, ready to go, $60 Jim.  i-2277 I27W  MOVING SALE-Like new Cialls-  man radial arm t milling attchls..  giant antique glass A oak display  case, folding 12 It. dinghies, steel  shelves, redwood shelves, Mustang Me petservers. Good antique  oak verier dresser wilh haip mirror, tiny pink, bicycle. Excellenl  white crib, never used painl supplies and tools. 886-8768 alter  3pm I26w  Two Zeiox 860 wotd processors  includes haid diive, discs, keyboard, screen manuals, $100 ea.  686-2581. ��26cn  Goil clubs, darkroom A camera  equipment, bias glass fireplace  screen, misc. lurniture. Best offer  ���will take. 885-8895.        I28W  FIREWOOD  Split t Delivered  885-5032 I28W  3'2'x3'4' Miirrot, $50; 6 diawei  dresser, $50.886-/687.    I27W  Black leathei motorcycle jacket,  size 46, trade lor helrnel 885-  9600. ��26cn  I960 Chev Classic Wagon; 1977  GoWwing; tots ol chiome. 7.5 outboard motor; sofa hide-abed;  lazyboy recliner; colfee table.  686-4766. ��2BW  Chesterfield A chair, $375; love  seal, $175; coffee A matching end  tables, $250; ovei Ihe stove  microwave, $300.886-3824.  ���28W  Quality Screened Topsoil Pender Harbour area. Kerry 883-2154  Ol Ron 883-1136. ��28W  Canning jars, pinls t quails.  $5fdozen. Custom made lully  lined diapes, beige, 84' long x  166* wide $400; Beige wilh  green, small ami. or red, 66' wide  x 41'long, and 46' wide ��41'  long $100. Older model, Brother knitting machine wilh libbet.  knilleadet, all manuals and  attachments. $200. 886-2673  ��26W  Three piece wall unit, oak finish,  $900; antique dresset w/mirtor,  $300,686-3103. ��27W  Extension ladder. $54; fire screen,  $2u?colfee table, $10: utility cupboard, $40; matching table lamp,  $10; and much more. 886-2077.  I28W.   25'x12' ha-d Iwisl carpeting.  camel colour; ait light heater CSA  appioved; DW; Venetians, dusty  ios��; above slove micipwave with  Ian A lighl. 885-9820.  i    ��28cn  6x11 Persian lug. $200 OBO;  anlique double bed Irame, $100;  Philishave electric shavei, used.  | once, $60.865-9792.  We Can Sell It For Voul Consignment Sale lurniture appliances and sporting goods. Call us  and rind oul more. 666-0225  now  Moving: spoitcaid collection,  lawnmowei, weedeater. antique  stereos, pio-leem T-shirts. 1977  Olds, misc. 685-9789.      I25cn  Parker Hale 2100 Mainland 3006  cal with Leopold scope, $600  886-7591. 5S  38" neo-angte glass showei door.  as in GBS Ityar, $100 886-8691.           I27W  Raspberries ��� Fresh or Frozen.  Orders laken. U-Plc. Sat A Sun.  886-2932 I28w  24' Fibrelorm sedan ciuiset 188  meictuiset 1/0, trim tabs, CB  soundei. dinghy $10,500 OBO.  683-2746 Leave message. I26w  Elect Lawnmowei $50, alum,  staii tailing, offers, skillsaw $29  crabtrap $10.886-6239.    I28cn  Wood heatei. glass dooi, gold  plated. $1200 New, Asking $750.  New prop, fits 60 hp Meicuiy.  685-7251. ��28cn  DOWN TO EARTH  Top qualify baik mulch, topsoil,  mushtoom manuie delivered or  you pick-up, also, concrete  pavers. Ramon. 685-7692. ��28cn  Cold drink vending machine $300  OBO. Phone 886-9011. Maureen  ���28w  Washei/Otyer $300, microwave  cart $50, odds A ends 886-3279.  ��26w  Womons pathfinder 5 speed bike  1 year old $100, lasco telescope  A tripod zoom, 30 to 90 power  $75.886-8226. ��28w  Quality screened Topsoil  Available Pendei Haibour Area  883-1136 oi 883-1154.      d?8w  10' Dewall tadial atmsaw, 110-  220 voll. $325 686-6065. ��27cn  22. Heavy  |       Equipment  1974 Olctsmobale. new brakes nl  exhausl. Mechanically sound,  $2400080. 865-1941  as  Oldei 690A John Deere excava-  tot, 2 buckets, tunning condition,  $6500.886-8691.  WANTED  Alder Sawlogs  Norvik Hardwoods Inc.  GRAEME FITCH  946-9878 or Cellular 2206472  955 CAT loader $10,000 885-  2503 ss  r     BOBCAT &    ^  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments Available  DAY, WEEK, MONTH  1386*8538 220-8767  V       ii,it <arll J  John Deere 440 Skiddei dry  machine, $11,000.885-3670.  ���28W  1981 fotd Faitmonl Wagon  107,000 kms, no rusl, clean,  Alpine stereo $1900 885-3736 ss  1974 Datsun 260/ alpine steieo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 886-7378 ss  1989 Dodge Omni 36.000 kms.,  P.T wananly, $4500 OBO. 886-  8922 ss  1990 Ford Aerostat, XL 7 passenger A-1 condilion, $14,900. 886-  8481. ss  '88 Mercury Topaz, like new,  $5500 886-2833 or 886-7484. ss  1986 Ponliac 6000 4 dr, 4 cyl.,  aulo, PS/PB, power dr. locks,  AC. AM/FM sleieo. $4995 OBO.  886-2111 or 886-9018. ss  CASH PAID  For Some Cars And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  886-2020  TFN  1973 Supei Beetle, $2500 OBO.  883-9234.  1980 Camaro 305 auto.. T-Tops,  Rally rims, $2600. 885-7113.  ss  High Performance Engines -  Gas A Propane. Ask about our  build It yoursell classes. 866-  9475 Jack. I27W  1979 Dalsun 210 wagon, good  running cond.. $/00 OBO. 885-  5492 ss  1981 Fold Grenada as is. $500  OBO. 886-8095 TFNs  1976 New Yoiket. A-1 cond., low  mileage $900 OBO 886-9025 ss  Used Camaro T-Top. $495 lor the  sel. with covers, 886-9500 any-  lime. ss  19M MUSTANG GT  loaded, like new, 25.000 ks. one  owner, a real gam $10,500 Firm.  885-2544 M  1988 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  aulo/od, 4 door, exc. cond.  $7.495.868-7520 or 888-211 l.ss  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  inl/exl. rebuilt engine A Itansmis-  sion. Priced lo sail $3850 Call  886-8510 alter 6:00 pm aa  1981 AMC. aulo. good cond. No  rusl $2350OBO865-1942.     ss  1977 Volvo DL, lusty, reliable,  new parts. $750 OBO 885-1942  1971 LandRover - 68 completely  rebuilt. $7600 OBO. PTO Avail.  883-2669. 88  1984 CRX Honda, gd. cond., 4  speaker steieo, Ml sel winter ties  A Rankin mags, sunrool, new  clutch A brakes, $5500. 885-  8831. I26W  1980 Buick Century s/w, gd.  cond., PS/PB, musl sell, $1500  OBO. Call Mike 885-7641.  I26W  '72 Coronet 318 eng., 68,000 org.  miles, one owner, $600. 886-  7386. ��26W  1990 VW Cabriolet auto, black  with grey interior, loaded, like  new. 886-4962. I26W  1986 Toyota Teicel, reliable, economical, exc. cond., $5500 OBO.  886-0073. U26W  1979 Buick Century station  wagon, $1500.685-7023.  ��28cn  '86 Camaro Mops, P/W, P/T,  P/lks, $5000 Offers. 886-2338.  ���27W  1980 Sunbird PS/PB, steieo,  alarm, tuns and looks gieat,  $2600.885-9869. I27W  1970 Nova, 2 dt, 6 cyl. auto, good  body, many new parts, runs good.  $700 060.1977 Aitow Mack,  5 speed, some mst everything  works $250 866-9594.      I26cn  1961 Malibu. urns but needs body  work. $200.886-8680.     I26cn  1962 Datsun 260zx $3500 OBO  886-4552.  12601  GOOD. BAD A UGLY. '80 Volvo  $2600 OBO; '79 Fold Pick-up  $2000 OBO; '80 Chev Pick-up  $1200 OBO. 886-3811.  ���26cn  1980 Pinto Hatchback. $300.886-  2512. ��26cn  1976 Volvo wagon. 245 DL excel,  cond. Completely rebuilt luel system, ps/pb, am/lm cassette, o/d  transmission. $2995 OBO. 885-  6477 I26cn  1976 Plymouth Fury. Excel, cond.  Aulo, ps/pb. $500 OBO. 886-  7859. #26cn  1977 Cadillac, needs Iront  bumper $600.886-2512.   I26W  1975 Trlump TR7, excellenl condition, new dual exhaust, radial l/a  low profile tires. Sacrifice $3600  oi Hade up or down loi lamily size  car or 11 ft. camper. 865-9068. ss  1977 BMW $4000. Good condilion 1976 TR6, $3500.885-9512.  12701  '70 POWER WAGON New tires,  biakes, good motot. $2500. 685-  9357 TFN  F/G Dune Buggy. Runs good and  looks good. Lois of new parts.  Ready loi summei fun! Car is In  Gibsons, $4300 OBO. 271 -7199.  12801  1981 Mercury Zephyr wagon  PS/PB, A/C, AMFM Cass., rebuilt  motor, new battery cables, starter,  etc. tuns excellenl w/ltailet hilch,  $1200.885-2630. ��6cn  1973 Datsun P.V. tuns OK, body  good, $200.885-2630.      ��26cn  1987 CRX excellent cond., $7500  OBO. 685-8895 or 683-2145.  ���28W  '85 Tempo lor parts, damaged  Itonl right, otherwise very good  cond., offers. 865-4116.    I28W  1961 Buick Skylark, very good  cond., new Ironl tires, brakes.  886-3368. ��2BW  Will trade 1961 Mercury, 4 dr.  stat/w lor carlo? alum. boat. 885-  5846. Leave message.     I27cn  Supei - Reliable, Low Cosl Car.  Squeaky clean '79 Olds Royale  Irom Manitoba (no mst) See to  believe. New biakes, muffler, front  tiies, tune up, 90,000 ml only.  $1400 Firm. 886-8768 aller 3:00.  I27W  1982 Camaio. 68 hoc Running  gear A engine. Inienor. $5000.1-  977-2059. elm  1972 Super Beetle $995. 886  8522 12/cn  1977 Porsche 924 S. silver, son-  root, 4 cyl. Have all receipts since  new $4000 080 883 2/56128cn  81 Firebird, new tires, engine,  paint, exhausl, etc A steal al  $2800.886-3140.  MN  UNDER $1001  19793/41 Chev Md  1977 GMC van 305 V8  1980 Suntxrd 6/auto  1972 Scamp 6/ auto  1979 Mustang 4/std  1981 Citation 6/auto  Dealers leasing 886/227. I28w  1979 Olda, reg. 98 new tires,  brakes, Ian bel(s,gd. cond. 885-  2265 aft. 7:306m.  ���27W  1981 Buick Skylark, very good  cond, new front tires, brakes  $1800. I28w  1981 Capri 6 cyl. aulo, sunrool,  am/lm cassette, asking $2500.  1973 VW Super beetle $2600  OBO. 885-4019. I28cn  1967 Chev Si5, box liner, tape  deck. 85,000 kms, $5600. 885-  3982 or 885-9629. I26W  ��4 Inlernalional 4X4 steel lladeck  duals, extra motor, $500 OBO.  686-9453. I27W  1982 Chev SIOp/u, 4 speed,  good body A mechanical condition $2500 OBO. 886-3641. Alter  5pm. #25cn  79 Foid 12 passengei van. V6  aulo good cond. $3295 OBO.  886-752001886-2111 SS  6 Toyola cargo van $3000. 885-  9886. I2bcn  1977 F250 crewcab, 351 mod.,  auto., P/S, canopy spate moloi  and Hans, $1600 886-8682  12689  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 Ion  pick-up. 4.3 litre V6, PS/PB,  61,000 km., box mal, toolbox,  $6700. 885-2836,885-7413.   ss  1985 Btonco II 4X4, aulo.. CD  player, gd. cond., $7500 OBO.  Days 886-9332 alt. 7 eves. 686-  2983. ss  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, pads. 885-5102. ss  1989 GMC Tracker. 4 wheel  drive, 5 speed. Hardtop. $9000.  886-4599 SS  1961 Foid F250, 4x4 with lock  box $5500.686-4599. ss  1991 Black 4x4, GMC Jimmy.  Absolulley loaded. Excellenl condilion. Wananty remaining Musl  sell. 665-9561. ��26cn  Ford 3/4 Ion 400, 4 sp., 8000  lbs Warn winch, HD steel box,  clean, $2800 w/winch, $2200  without. Must be seen. 886-7386.  I26W  1981F1506cyl..aulo..gd cond..  $2250060.883-2228.     ��26W  1979 black Ford F-100. V6, std.,  PS/PB, till, mags, no rusl, tuns  [great. $3200.885-7214.    (28W  ! 1981 Ford F250,4x4,24,000 original kms. Reasonable oilers. 885-  15287 ��26cn  i'75 Dodge window van. 318 auto,  {good mechanical shape. $500  {OBO. 886-9339. ��26cn  5 Ion Iruck wilh Uab $5600 886-  0212 ot 686-4903. ��26cn  1982 Ford Ft50. aulomalic,  $3500060,886-2017.      ��26W  70 Poweiwagon 4X4, big block  383 Std., post, new tiies, susp. lift  $2500 OBO 885-9357.        TFN  1976 GMCheavy 3/4. new gas  shocks, 4 spd., runs gieal. exc.  work truck, $350 or tiade lot good  mountain bike. B85-5589.  ���25cn  Poische 924 good looking cat -  want to trade lor Chevy 4X4 PU  or Blazer in decent shape. 863  2756. ��27W  1972 Foid 3/4 Ion, many new  parts, gd. tun. gear, $700. 885-  5405. ��7W  1965 Btonco II 4X4 V6 auto.,  powei windows, locks steering A  brakes, clean, good condition,  $7600 OBO. 886-8871 alt. 4pm.  I26W  1979 Propane Dodge Van, gd.  cond., $3000.886-7848.    "28W  Easy Load trailer, big double axle.  Needs brakes A wiring, $650: It'  F/G runabout with oars A buillin  ftoalalion, $650.886-25)3. ��26W  50 HP Metcuty oulboaid pull  slatt, cleaned inside, new seals  and gaskets $800 turn. 885-1981,  865/264. ��26W  1991 30' Citation 5th wheel,  loaded, as new. must see 886-  4982. I26W  20II Havel trailer, sen-contained.  $2500 886-3512 I27W  New 1992 19 fl Piowlet. trailer.  showei. awning $13,900. Phone  886-4194 I27W  23 It. Hokdane. very dean. $6395  iOBO will considei smaller liaiiet.  17'lo 18' as Hade Phone 886-  3374 ��27W  1973 Dodge. 3 way Indge. luinace. stove, sink $4,000 OBO  886-7141 i26cn  23 Piowlei, leat bedioom, laige  Iridge A lieezet, buinet stove A  oven Dble sink 2 doois Vety  dean $5495 ot poss tiade lot 24'-  26' cabin ctuiser. 885-57 74.��26cn  15' Tiavel Trailet, good condition.  $1950060.886-9708     12701  1979 GMC 3/4 Ion campei van.  Iridge, stove, toilet, sleeps 4.885-  7777. ��27cn  18 fl. Bellboy hardtop, 120 Merc.  In/out board, trim labs, VHF, CB,  soundei, bail lank, lull canvas,  exlras.lrailer. $5500.883-9059. ss  KCHELT MINK  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain llll Marri* I  MCMMC    MNAM.Sj  MABYC    ���Manne  Suiveyots and Consultants!  41' Cruiser home $26500 Phone  885-5374 ��26cn  14II. Hourslon 35 HP Johnson.  $800.886-9453. ��27W  1981 20' double Eagle hardtop  200 HP Volvo 280 leg, (H-6), Gibsons Marina, $17,500.686-2694.  Galvanized E-2.ee loader boat  trailer, 14-16 IL, $500 firm. 883-  9078. I25W  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1989-  1990 Evinrudes. Excellenl condition. Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.  TFN  High Performance Engines"  Gas A Propane Ask aboul our  build It yoursell claasea. 886-  9475 Jack. I27W  Yes! There is a reliable local  propellor repair seivice. 885-  5278. TFN  12' Mirrocrall, 25 HP, Merc,  calkins trailer, accessories, $3500  OBO. 885-7214. I28W  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, vety  last and in lop condilion, surveyed  value $8500, oilers A tiades considered. 686-2738. ss  1979 2/' Bayliner Victoria C/B  255-280 Leg, new engine, low  hours, lots ol exlias, $24,900  OBO. 463-8919 oi 463-6959.  ss  Davidson sailboat, new main,  new cushions, exc. cond., $3600,  885-9333. ss  MV. Blacklist!, 24' Owens, well  appointed laige lish deck, Coasl  Guard inspected, featuring new  Swann aulo, anchoi pkg., new  LMS, 200 wrloian C, new lenders  A brackets, mooring lines, new  windows, completely relinished  hull and swimgrid, new handrails,  Hush mount Fishon rod holders  (5) FWC 318 Chiyslet, $6,000.  885-7977. ss  9 II. Sealonet Volvo Penla  Calkins trailet needs exhausl  manilold, $3500.686-3457.    ss  Will Hade 1986/ 7.5 hp Metcuty  oulboaid, (25 hours) excellenl  condilion (plus cash) loi 15-20 hp  oulboaid in equal condition. 886-  8558. TFN  Moorage ��� Sechelt. 2 dollars pet  loot pei month.  Royal Reach Molel A Marina.  885-7844.  'Ask loi the summer special'.  ��26w  91 Prowlei as new VB Powei met-  ctuisei FWC view al South Coast  Ford. 885-3281. ss  14 fl. Sangsler comes with 40 hp  Meicuiy oulboatd. Includes trailer  all sel lor fishing. $1500 OBO.  883-9978. ��26cn  27   Mobile Homes    I 31    For Rent  'A GO' FISHING 'GOOO BUY'  NOW' 16' Martin Bow Rider 65 la?  Merc 6 hp, Johnson/Bracket,  loadrunner trailer, all new canvas,  fish A depth tinder, compass, hie  |acke|s, bumpers, circulating bait  tank, anchor, chain, rope, extra  gas tanks, paddles, idd holders,  ski rope, wood Hame plus taip.  $5996 885-5112. ��27cn  74 - 18 1/2 ft. Fibeffotni 165 HP  OMC, I/O, load rui.net trailer,  needs upholsteiy, $2500 886-  8691 12 /W  24' Tela I960 oflshoie, 350 Qhev  eng 260 Volvo. $19,000. View al  Silver Sands Resort, Pendei Hai-  bour 987-8366. 12/W  $100 Volvo Penta leg lot pals.  good prop. 8862512.       I27W  Cash loi 151/ft fibreglass boat.  40 50 hp, soil oi haidlop wilh  trailer, must be in good condilion.  Jm 886-2027 ��27cn  12 It. aluminum boat A trailer and  9.6 Johnson motor. $2,450. 886-  2673. I26W  1976 26' Cabin boat, sleeps 6,  galley and head, 6 his. on GM  305 engine. New steering, new  gas tank, newly painted. Ownei  leaving Coast. $5000 Film. 683-  9382. 127  14' Piinceciall, $400 - aluminum  anchoi A oars. 885-3510 alt. 4pm.  new  15 If. Flying cat on custom trailer.  ready lo sail $900, 14 II. Runabout hull on cuslom trailer $400.  866-7516 I27W  11981 16' Silveiline with 50 hp  Meic. OB.easyload trailer, exlias.  $4000.686-9202. ��27W  Wanled: Boal trailer lor 20' boat.  8869625. ��28w  15II Dotal. 70 hp Johqson power  tilt ��� trim open deck full lop galvanized Highliner trailer, great family  or ski boal. $6500. 866-3471.  ���28w  Crew 215 211/2'225 GMI/D FWC  Lawrence x4, DS VHF power  winch, head, bait boxes esttas.  $8000.885-956/ I28CI1  Moorage, RV sites available, Pendei Haibout'883-91 77 ot 883-  9855. ��2Bcn  27. Mobile Homes  NEW A USED  Good selection on display, open  daily or call for appl. 886-9826.  Homes starting al $19,900 ready  lor occupancy, financing avail.  OAC  S.C.M.H. Park. 1413 Hwy. 101.  TFN  Reduced lo $29,990, 24x52 Double wide moduline, 3 bdtm, 5  appl, Musl be moved by June  30th, 886-9229. ��30W  Two bdrm. unit al 024 Big Maple  Adult Park, Sechelt. Veiy nice  condilion. Five major appis. 886-  6320. D2BW  2x52 Iwo bdrm. wilh laige shed,  small deck. exc. cond.. priced lo  sell lasl, $16,900. Call evenings  685-6296. ��26W  ON STRIKE  WE CAN HELP  We have 3 show homes lo be  sold: 1416 sq. II. doublewide ,  iwo 924 sq. II. single wides. All  homes ready lor immediate occupancy ��� lor information call 597-  3322 01886-2597. TFN  1973 3 bdtm. 12x68 wilh large  addilion A deck. $25,000. 886-  4599 ss  By owner, 12xG6 mobile home,  call 886-3039.886- 7306        ss  'REDUCED'  Biighl. immaculale. 3 bdim. 1248  sq. It. Moduline, Gibsons. 886-  7067. ��26W  New Show  HOMES  DELUXE 2 BDRM WITH  FAMILY ROOM  1400 sq.ft. includes fridge,  stove, deluxe hutch,  diapes A carpets-plus  many other lealures.  14x70 DELUXE 2 BDRM.  with over $7,000 worth ol  options.  These homes ate ready lor  immediate possession.  AS LOW AS 5'/, DOWN  wilh M.A.P. program OAC.  For inlormation lo view,  call Sylvia McLean  886-2597  ONLY6LOTSLEFTI  Mobile Home Sales  Blanch New modular homes, single A double wides lot your lot ot  pad. Cuslom orders avail. Com  pelilive pricing. Fot informalion  call Nick Poach. 885-6340. #26w  3 bdrm 19/4 12x66 mobile home  with laige addilion. Lois ol extra  storage space. Perfect tot inexpensive living. Sechell $26,000  OBO Phone885-2272     '^cn  19/1 12x66. 2 bdrm lenovaied  mobile lo be moved. $21,000  OBO includes new deck, addilion.  shed l/s 686-9649 ��28w  28   Motorcycles  '66 Honda Aspencade. exc  cond., gaiage kepi, $7500. B66-  9595 ss  1962 Yamaha /50 BV 'win low  ks. exc shape, crash bais. lights.  pipes 865-5405. 427W  19/8 CB400I needs repairs.  $300.865-9600 Jell ��26cn  1981 Honda CB650 cuslom,  immaculale 25,600 original K's.  $1250 OBO 886-7378. SS  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new.  offers. 886-8622. ss  29  Wanted to Rent  Responsible single, woiking  woman seeks sell-contained  cabin/cottage lot reasonable rent,  beginning mid-July. Prefer Pender  Haibour area. Please call Jane  885-3930 (w) or 683-9007 (h)  TFNs  Piolessional couple requite 2-3  bdrm. unfurnished house, Rbls.  Ck. area by Sepl. 1.866-2332. lv.  mess. nm  Single parent. 2 teenage sons  need 3 bedioom apartment ot 3  bedioom townhouse in Sechell  area. $850-$l000 month. Call  885-7191 Room 107        ��26cn  Rental piopedy wanted for mini-  mum ol 2 year lease lot lamily  wilh new Doublewide. Gibsons -  Robeds Cteek atea. 886-4853,  886-9183 ask tor Dennis.   ��26cn  Wanted, 3 bdrm house lor lamily  wilh 2 pre-schoolers. Vendor  assistance or Rent-lo-own. Toll  Iree, 1-240-9682. ��26W  Family of four seek 3 bdrm home  in hallmoon Bay area. Refs. Avail.  Ron, 865-8801. ��28cn  31   For Rent  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  British Columbia legislation prohibits advertising which discriminates in Ihe rental ol property.  For example a peison who  stipulates 'No Children' as a  condilion ol rental would be in  violation ol the Family Slatus  and Ihe Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places Hie advertisement and the newspaper  which publishes il would bolh be  in contravention ol the legislation  and could have a complaint filed  against Ihem Ihe Coasl News  will theietote not accept such  discnminatoty ads.  Delached bachelor suile,  panoramic view, adull ouented.  pool and laundry access $600  plus ulils. Phone 686-0990  Ivmess. ��26cn  2 bedroom A den. School Road.  Relerences. Heat/cable included.  $625,886-8150. TFN  1 bedroom suile W. Sechell N/S,  $4/5 pet monlh. Utilities and  cable included. 885-2382. ��26cn  2 bedioom apartment Central  Gibsons Refetences. Heat/cable  included. $625.866-8150. ��TFN  3 bdim house $850 monlh i  utilites. Close to mall. Gibsons.  Sunroom, l/p, double carport.  Avail. July Isl. 886-2530.   I26cn  Available July 1st. 2 bedioom  trailer. 3 appliances, no rugs.  $375 month. Phone 885-4514.  ��26cn  Gaiden Bay, clean 3 bedroom  view home, 2 car garage/workshop area, lenced yard, RSF  wood healer, Now available. Relerences. 883-9343. ��26cn  ���SECHELT VILLAGE"  Duplex - Open lo view Salutdays,  5669 Trident Ave, Sechelt. 11:30-  3:00, new 2 bdim. rancher wilh 5  appl, w/w, window coverings, jac-  cuzn/hol tub. Very clean, no pets,  duplex on large lenced lol. Available immediately. $850 per  month. 1-985-2872. #26cn  3 bdtm house, lull basemenl. veiy  close lo school/bus. $750 per  month Avail July 1st 666-8271  ��26W  Gibsons, 3 bdrm townhouse. 2  baths. 1500 sq tt. plus some  view. 4 appl. new paml. $/60/mo  696-472101844-0164        I27W  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  Don Sutherland ol PEBBLES  REALTY LTD win support your  Residential. Commeicial or Industrial investment. Pebbles provides  a lull sewce PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. Call Peb  bles al 886-810/ lot details 3  bdtm. lownhouse available July  l5,$/00/mo.tels TFN  N/S lemale prelers same lor  shared accommodation in my  home, $350/1*10. North Rd Gibaona 986-8095. TFNs  Commuters ��� latge clean adull oriented 1 bdim apl with view - new  flooring and caipel. laundry and  pool access, walk to terry, avail  July, Phone 886-0990, lv mess  ���2BW  NATIONAL REAL  ESTATE SERVICE  Start  at the  TOP!  t  JfcJ  I  &  STEVE SAWYER  Pta/ftvttki 1UttU"  ' Residential  'Commercial  'Industrial  1 retitement unit  available  .Restrictions apply.  Relerences  requited.  Call Steve  Business  Opportunities:  I have a number of  very exciting  business  opportunities  available.  Call Me  We will        itwirnmriiirniii-i-i  Screen potential renters  Do moving- in inspection  Arrange tor maintenance &  repairs  Collect the rent & damage  deposit  Dispurse rent monies to  owner  Do moving out inspection  mMMeHMMIIMMM  IOK LEASE  Approximately 600 lo 1300  sq. It. of fabulous olfice  splice In lowei Gibsons  aiea. Landloid may  provide some leasehold  improvemenls.  FOR LEASE  LOCATION!  LOCATION!  LOCATION!  Fabulous tetail space  immediately adjacent to  Galiano Matkel. Sechelt  (Betnadelle's Galleries).  Perlect location for your  relail business.  Avoid all llie hassles and  problems and lot just a  pittance.  CALL Ihe Property  Management Expeit  STEVE SAWYER at    '  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  Central Sechelt - spacious 3 bdrm  top ol duplex $750 per mo lease  255*2044 or 885*4045,       #26w       i  Sechelt village ��� 3 bdrm house, j  view, lenced yard, close to all j  amenities. $850 per month Avail ,  July 1st. 324-1676 #26W I  �������� 22  Coast News lune 29, 1992  Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  Quiel secluded space lot RV or  small trailer. Roberts Cteek $200  Also, will shaie my rural home  and gardens with n-s mature petson whc enioys classical music  and art $350,885-7228    I27cn  I bdtm view actoss Gibsons manna $500 July 1 886-9737 or 1-  739-3493. 426W  For Rent. Upper Gibsons, side by  side duple* All appliances. Avail  July I, Renl $825. Phone 255-  '   5470or 88502II ��27cn  2/3 Bedioom apl Futn ot non  I  fun. Available immed. 886-7516  ���27W     ' Immaculale 2 bdim , 2 balh. 3  level adult-oriented supeib view  lownhouse m lowet Gibsons  Month to month or lease Asking  $850/mo.. no pets Call Jean 886-  0170 (lv. mess, il no answetl  ���2*aV  Gibsons newei 2 bdrm single  level lownhome. quiet location,  avail. July I lease required.  $650 Call Susan al 886-3228  ��27W  Avail. July I, spacious 1 bdrm  basemenl suile, close to amenities, access to W/D utilities incl,  $550.8869168. I26W  Ptelet single woiking lemale lo  shate house. 2 bdtm . 2 balh.  $400 ulils. incl. 8860825.   I27W  3 bdim ��� 1825 sq fl Upper lloor  ol New house $1000 monlh or  entire house wilh 5 bdrms ��� 3400  sq. It loi $1350 �� utilities. Avail.  July Isl. Gibsons. 886-8952"27cn  Wanted ��� Family  3 bdrm, 1400 sq. II. home lamily  toom. 1 1/2 balhs, 3 appliances  Available July Isl. Uppet Gibsons. $800/mo plus Util. SCMH  Patk. 866-9826 I27cn  Bachelor suile, Gibsons semr-lui-  rushed, avail. July 1.885-6009.  I27W  Basement suite lot rent, 2 bdtms..  den with fireplace insert, 1/2 balh,  large yatd, shaied laundry/kitchen  facilities, musl be neat/quiet, single lathers welcome. 885-8866.  I27cn  Small I bdrm. house, lower  Roberts Cieek, $450/mo��� avail.  July 1, refs. 886-4679.      I2BW  Beautilul view 1 bdrm. apt., quiet,  new, secure, blinds, balcony, car-  pott, lower Gibsons. Call 886-  3420. I28W  3 bdim. house on acieage at  Gunboat Bay, F/S fireplace,  garage, $600/mos. 1 -467 4260  I28W  Spacious, new 3 bdrm. town-  house in Gibsons close lb amenities, sundeck. carport, skylight, 5  appl., rels, no pets, avail, .now.  Call 1-230-4099. I27W  Aug. 1, very clean, quiel shaied  accom., utils ind., $350. Christine  68&8277. I27W  TEKOO SQUARE  Newly tenovaled olfice space.  101.'sq It phone 885-4466.1 FN  Bnghl clean 3 bdtm lumished  suile uppei Gibsons, lop Hoot  duplet view, sundeck, liteplace.  i sher/dryer. non smoking, no  pels. $650 . util 27/.3205 I28w  Partial suile with lull house &  laundiy pnveleges Utilities inc  n/s. Avail mid July $450 month  8662679 <28w  Gibsons 3 bdtm lownhouse. 1 172  balhs, 5 appl. $775/mo Avail July  I 886-3313. a*28w  Quaint oceanvtew 3 bdtm house  lo shate lowet Gibsons Female  pieletted $400 ind uttlilies Fruit  ttees thioughout yatd Close to all  amenilies 8864649 Altei 5pm  ���SOW  Gib! is ��� Spacious near new 3  bdtm. 2 1/2 balhs. gouimet  kilchen, 5 appliances, gaiage  $850 298 5215 428*  Garden Bay Beauly. 2 bdtms, fireplace, view. 6 appl. pan basemenl No pels $650  Latge 2 bdtm home on acieage  wilh view, liteplace. 4 appl. part  32   Commercuil  tor Renl  Warehouse-'ollice space liom  1500 sq It up Diane 885-2772  34   Help Wanted  Roberts Cieek ita* avail. dances,  parties, weddings Yvonne 886  7815 TFN  Are you looking lot space to tent  in a piolessional building whete  leceplion. secretarial, wotd processing and FAX seivices ate  avaifole >l you tequite Ihem7  you may wish lo consider locating  at Russell Ctum Law Olfice  Inqunes welcome at 8862207.  STORAGE  Healed, pallatized, gov't  appioved ten Wray's Translet  I kl 886 2664  1FN  34   Help Wanted  $200-1500 WEEKLY  Assemble produds al home.  ta'semen'l', a,��J taiced 7gai*i   J-"*1 \**2$1&J&  atea MKkJepoint $650  NRS CENTURY WEST REALTY  LTD. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT DEPT M5-2235    I26cn  direct. Fully Guaranteed. FREE  24 Hour Recording. 801-379-2985  Copyright IBCI040H.        I26W  $40O0O/yr! READ BOOKS  and TV Scripts Fill oul simple  'like/don'l like" lorm. EASY! Fun,  ���26W  Neat new two storey lownhouse.  $miiiion view ol Porpoise Bay and  suttou.id.ng mounla.ns. Almosl  ,ela"9 al hofl* beach' v��c��  level walk to mall. Two bedtooms,  Tl Guaianteed paycheck  two baths Five neat new lop line   FREE 2* Hou' Rec0,din9 �����'  appliances. Enclosed, attached 3'9-2905 Copynghl .BC104EB.  garage wilh inside entry. Shrub  enclosed patio. Quiel. Available  July I. $725.  NRS CENTURY WEST REALTY  LTD. PROPERTY MANAGMENT  DEPT 885-2235 I26cn  32. Commercial  lor Rent  *... iii'ln.lii.il In | inii Im ,���  I lV.ilth Ll.ut hi ililf vvhi< h will I*  III list' ill .lss,>SS!ll|', .III'! |.l.ll|llltl|!  r iHiimilllily HaMllh Semap  Program  f lll.illl,.ll.uis A M.lslws  I Vi:ri4> hi I l.-.illli Sa-tv. ,-> ill ,1  wtotajcl Pingram  Skills 5111*1.11 writing' ompulan  skills plus,, iliiiiniii'.li kn..ssU-,1,:,,  il si.iiMti s .uul, ifin. ignphy  IntemteH [amoru ihnokt Bfifily  illaoR l>v 4 II) pm, lun,' II)  ' tn Helen n.niiR.in, Ada-ia;  i i.'.iiih u.i.i Matwjat, Coanl  Cmfbaldi HejIHiUnii. Box 78,  414 Soulll I len l��'i Ki'.iil.  iGlllvans, II.C          1165 sq fl. retail. Sechell. Ihtee  private offices $780 net,  2000.-10.000 squate leel. exposure, will build to suit  New office space 800-2400 sq. fl.  Wilson Creek. $8.00net  Relail space New Plan 900-3000  sq.ft. 14.00 net  Giant Really  886-3330  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall  available, wheelchair facilities.  885-275201885-9663.      I32W  Mint-storage units lot tent in Gibsons 24 hr. access. 885-2499  alter 5 pm. I25cn  600 sq. II. piolessional ollice  space, ground lloor. lots ol parking on Famham Rd., upper Gibsons CaH 886-7020 days.    TFN  Relail or Office Space  ForLMM  600-1300sq.lt. $300- $1100       ^^^^^^^^^  Seaview Place. Hwy 101 Gib- Caribbean, Bahamas. 1 -504-646-  sons. Lome. 1-733-9883. Marie 4500 exl. C305, 24 hrs., directory  886-7018. TFN refundable lee. ��5W  4 ADS  when you  pay for 2  FOR ONE WEEK  in ���ithar tha Monday  or Wookondor odltlon  up to 10 words  25 cents for oach  additional word.  | Births, lost &  ml founds; Froo  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion.  Sure* Sell Classifieds  $15 up to 10 words I   $1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks,  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  by classified deadline ��� Not available for commercial advertisers \  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Edition Weekender  Noon Friday Noon Tuesdays  Qlbsons 886-.Z622 Sochelt 885-3930  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  A tourist inlormation  centie in Gibsons needs  help lot the summei  Excellenl job enperience  and training provided  July 4 & 5 is SECHELl  CELEBRATION DAYS'  Volunteers are needed in  sevetal areas 2 - 3 hi  stmts  Host lamilies ire still  needed lot Japanese  exchange students liom  July 14- Aug 23. A gieat  opportunity lor cultural  growth.  A wildlife centre needs  help wilh garden mainl  enance. Set your own  hours. All tools (a  materials provided.  Love lo bake? Lois ol  cookies are needed lor  the upcoming Anne ol  Green Gables show. All  materials provided.  FOR THESE AND MORE  OPPORTUNITIES  CONTACT THE  VOLUNTEER AND  INFORMATION CENTRE  AT6S5-5Mf.  A seniles lunded by tho  Ministry     of     Social  Services.  Prlime deckhand on chattel boal  M/F sting experience an asset.  885-7345. I27W  Cruise lines now hiring' Photographers, tour guides, casino workers, deckhands and more. Hawaii,  Caribbean, Bahamas. 1-504-646-  4500 ext. 305, 24 hrs., directory  refundable fee. I29cn  Cruise ship jobs hiring  summer/year round, S300-S900  weekly. Photographers, tour  guides, casino workers, deck  hands  and  more.   Hawaii,  Assemble light products liom  home EASY WORK, EXCELLENT PAYI We provide detials 24  hours. (604) 623-2380. Ext. *A74  ���26W  Full caretakers lor ptivale maiina,  Egmonl atea, house provided,  duties minimal, handyman a plus.  Reply lo Box L, c/o Coast News,  Box 68, Sechell, BC VON 3A0.  I26W  Part lime merchandiser. Must  have own car. $7.55 lo start.  Retail expenence pielened, cat  allowance ptovided. Send  resumes lo: Quadra Distributors  Ltd, 7470 Bullet Ave. Burnaby,  BC.V5J4S5. Alt: K.Kent.  ��26cn  An energelic and enthusiastic petson with a degtee or diploma arid  related experience m the Human  Relations field is required to lead  the staff in providing an integrated  lifestyle in the least teslricrve enviionmeni lot three menially handicapped ladies. Musl be able to  develope creative varied programs lo build communily connections and relationships lor the  residents. Musl have strong committment to the empowerment,  dignity and rights ol individuals.  Reply In writing with resume lo:  The administrator, Sunshine  Association lot the Handicapped,  Box 1128, Gibsons. BC. VON  IVO. Closing Dale: July 3,1992.  I2DW  Bus Persons and dish washers  needed by lasl week ol June.  Seaview Gardens - apply within.  I26cn  Dancing Beat Eatly Childhood  Cenlie has posilion opening lor  classroom assistant. Starting September. Experience in an early j  childhood centie is an asset. Also [  accepting resumes lor pad-time,  sludenis, ECE substitutes and.  casual workers. Send Resumes |  by July 15 lo Box 55, Fawn Rd, {  RRII, Halfmoon Bay. BC. I26W  35   Business &  Home Services  UOUO VINYL PAINTING  Oft  SOLID VINYL SIDING  REUABLE, QUALITY WORK  FOR THE BEST PRICE  MS-7I1I  Whistlers One Ton Truck Setvice  rubbish removal, landscaping,  tree removal, hauling, etc., 7 |  yeais experience, Iree estimates.  885-2670. I27W  HOHEIMmOVEMENT  Construction, Carpentry Finishing,  Painling, Wallpaper, Drywall. SU-  lan Perry 686-3792.        ��30cn  NICK'S PAINTING  Small job specialist Quality work i  guaianleed. 865-3340.       TFN !  I  tertlflsfj ts* tiler  JDH MILL SERVICES  Sharpening A Repairs  to tail cutting tools Including, I  Mower Blades A Chalnsaws  Jsssls Nsrrsa  t-ttH-aytOiatM^eg,  main I  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR '  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper,  paint, carpentry, drafting, free  ' ���itimitu, References avall-  M.M-lM-3463 TFNS  TREES TREE SERVICE  Danger Tree Removal, pruning,  I limbing J lopping, shaping, land  clearing, logging. Fully  insured.We buy limber. 10% rjs-  count seniors. 884-5263(24hrs)  KAVNOR  it.iiii.0. cleaning big oi small,  bonded 1 reliable 884-5324 oi  8862328 TFN  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  lopping - limbing - Danger Tree  Removal. Insuied, Guaianleed  Work Free eslimales 8852109  TFN  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Gaiden out ol  rondo!7 Need Iree ptuning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, tellable service. Fully insuied. Commetcial I  residenlial Relerences available.  FRED 866-3526. TFN  Computer Spr-edslvtets OuiK-  lled mstruclor lor Individual or  group. Evo Mir con. M5-7214.  ���28W  CONSTRUCTION a RE NOV*-  TION. From ptanning lo painling.  Call loi an eslimale. Tom  Ikhatdson 866-2644.     I26cn  PAINTING  Residental, Commercial   ��7W  Log a Timber liame home builder.  Will build solo oi assist owner  865-5322. S29CN  IN HONE CATERING  Relax Enjoy your guests. A la  cade service. BBO specialties,  seafood delights, for lhat personal  touch. Phone 865-3455.    12801  JOURNEYMAN CARPENTER  B. Varcoe lootings, foundations,  sundecks. References available,  885-7977. I28W  Concreta ��� IfNcMUni In driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, expostd  aggregate. TFNs  THE PAINTER*  SAM  MH57I  Reliable, University student does  Painting, property improvemenls.  8 Years experience. Rels. Any  size jobs/contracting 885-5846  Leave message. I27W  Couple will do Gardening. House  and Boal cleaning. Window washing. William 866-0990 Leave message. 12701  HOME RENOVATIONS  Intenot/Exterior renovations, additions, decks, demolition, drafting,  etc. Ftee eslimales. Quality guaranteed. Seniors discount. Ron  865-8801  I27W  Building Design Services ��� Customer stock plan changes ���  Millions ��� renovations - modi-  villon plini * fUMMMI ritw.  (ton Jensen A.Sc.T. D85-M0I.  Cal: 250-1317. I2IW  14 year old boy ready lo mow  lawns and yard work. Call Tare  886-2172. 42601  Man with 1 Ion truck will do tubbish temoval, demolition, tree  removal, hauling, lies eslimales.  Pat 865-2870. I27W  Randy's Plumbing Repairs and  New Installations. Rets Call 863-  2667. I27W  COOL RUNNINGS  Light hauling, rubbish removal,  yard mainlenance. nxotiing, odd  fobs 885-3917. TFNs  Cntiplsle Bobcat Services  Excavating. Backfilling  Retaining Wails-Trenching  LaiTdscapeConslniclion  Drainage  TFN  Yard maintenance. Reasonable  tales. Call Mark or James al 888-  0186 or 88641656. ��26cn  Would you like someone responsible and experienced lo clean  your house? Excellent references.  Call Lisa 886-0065. I27cn  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets ��� Uphditsry   ataa,  P0WfHfUt IRUCH-MOUNtED;^'.  EQUIPMENT '  BEST POSSIBLE RESULTS  JUST ASK AROUND1  i  886-3823  ��� DIVISION 01 KEN DEVRIES  t SON rLOORCOVERINOS  Selective logging. The way you  want H. - Brush cleaning - debris  removal - yard mainlenance. 885-  3346 or 685-3670. I26W  Capable woman will work, gardening, housework, childcare.  Eitj-etienced. 8660135. Deborah.   Kflcn  Hard woiking 18 yr. old male  needs woik on bus route, yard  work, child care, anything.  Andrew. 8650999. I26w  Province of  British Columbia  Ministry of  Forests  Government  of Canada  Forestry  Canada  Gouvernement  du Canada  Forest  Canada  NOTICE Of FEDERAL / PROVINCIAL CONTRACT  PROJECT'S) TO BE FINANCED BY THE  GOVERNMENT OF CANADA-FORESTRY CANADA  AND THE BRITISH COLUMBIA MINISTRY OF  FORESTS UNDER THE FOREST RESOURCE  DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT (FRDA)  NOTICE OF SIUVICULTURE CONTRACT  Sealed Tenders for the Mowing Silviculture contract will  be received by the District Manager, Ministry ot Forests,  7077 Duncan Street, Powei River, British Columbia, V8A  tWt on the dates shown below.  Contract: JS92V05-02  Location: CtowhomLaka  Sunshine Coast Forest District  For       Juvenile Spacing  On:        126 hectares more or less  Viewing Date:  Jury 16,1992 departing tha Sechell  Field Office at 1000 am  Viewing of the sits prior to submitting a bid is mandatory.  All prospective viewers must pre-register by noon on  Wednesday July to, 1992 with Mike RomaNs at 885-5174  Deadline tor receipt of tenders is 3:30 pm on July 24,1992  The proposed start dais is August 3,1992 and al works  must be completed by October 1,1992.  Tsnde-s must be submittsd on the hrni and In tha  envelope supplied which, with the particulars, may be  obtained Irom the District Manager, Ministry of Forests,  7077 Duncan Street, Powei River, British Columbia, VSA  1W1. Telephone Number 485-9831 or the Sechel Field  Office, 1975 Field Road, Sechell, British Columbia, VON  3A0, Telephone No. 885-5174.  The lowest or any tender wl not nttcasaaifry ha  aoceptsd.  Btddmg on the contnKt is rest-toted to CV>rviiac-tora who  haveMrnpleted a juvenile spacing contract of 75  hettaieswt'wtsrinrei-atfei-w^  previous 24 months.  37   Child Care  Strong and milling guy has chain-  saw and Iruck. Odd jobs oi Full  lime. 885-7601 or Eves. Lee or  message 885-3611 I27cn  Lighl moving and hauling, yaid  and basemenl cleanups. Norm  866-9503. I27W  Caipsntry, renovallons, additions  by houi or contract. Call 886-  3107. I26w  'SOB'S PAINTING'  20 yrs experience, quality workmanship and materials. Satisfaction guaianleed. 865-4804.128cn  The Kids Slop Centre opens Sepl.  8. Hall day ��� 8:30 ��� 1.30 Primary  oul of school program 7 -8:30am  and 2:30-6pm. Fridays 11am-  6pm. For Inio, Jane Ballance al  685.3845. I28cn  Established lamily daycare close  to Cedar Grove School has space  lor 1 or 2 more. Debbie 866-3483  ���26  38   Business  Opportuni  FUNSHINE DAYCARE Dairy fun  age appropriate activities fot your  21^5 yeatoW child. EDCE certified stall Lie. Facility. 886-3377.  I33W  Molly Mouse Day Care spaces  available -16 months lo school  age. Fun-filled caring environment  with early childhood trained stall.  6660913. 430  For Sale/Lease new Industrial  building 3700 sq.ft. 3 bays /1800  sq. ft. upper slorage space, olfice  rental potential, $24,000 per year,  Barry 886-8204. ss  Marketing business seeks a lew .  good people lor expansion. FT or I  PT, no experience necessary.'  885-4064. I28W I  Province of  British Columbia  Ministry of  Forests  INVITATION TO TENDER  Sealed Tenders tor Road Construction (1.39 kilometres) on  the East Wilson Forest Service Road will be received by  the Ministry ol Forests at 7077 Duncan Street, Powell  River, British Columbia, VSA 1W1, until 3:30 pm on July  23,1192.  All enquiries should be made to Trent Meyer or Glen Allan,  Ministry ol Forests Sunshine Coast Forest District, Powell  River Olfice, phone 485-9831, fax 485*4033.  Contract particulars are available from the District  Manager, 7077 Duncan Street, Powell River, British  Columbia, VSA 1W1, Telephone No. 485-9831 or tha  Sechelt Field Office, 1975 Field Road, Sechtlt, British  Columbia, VON 3A0, Telephone No. 885-5174."  Tenders must be completed on the form and submitted in  the envelope supplied in accordance with the Conditions of  Tender.  No Tender shal be considered which contains any  qualifying clauses whatsoever.  The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted.  Site viewing b consldsftd mandatory and is scheduled  for July 16,1992. Interested patties are advised to notify  the Resource Officer Engineering of their intentions lo view I  prior to July 14, 1992. Transportation to site will be  responsiblity ol the tenderers.  INVITATION TO CONTRACTORS  Bids will be received not later than 1992 July  30, 14:00 hours Pacific Tlma at the school  district office for Additions a Renovations to  Cedar Grovs Elementery School.  Document sets will be available from CJP  Architects, 301 Sixth Street, New Westminster,  B.C., V3L 3A7 commencing 1992 July 2, 13:00  hours Pacilic Time. General Contractors only  may obtain up to 2 seta for their own use, upon  receipt of $200.00 certified cheque refundable  deposit per document set, made payable to CJP  Architects. No partial sets will be issued. No  sets will be Issued to subtrades.  Each bid must be accompanied by Bid Bond or  by Certified Cheque each in the amount of 10%  ol total bid price, aa outlined In the Instructions  to Bidders.  Document sets will be available lor viewing at  plan rooms located in Vancouver, Burnaby,  Nanaimo, Victoria and Duncan.  The Bid Depository system will apply to those  trades listed in the Instructions to Bidders, which  will be received not later than 1992 July 28,  15:00 hours Pacific Tims, at the Bid  Depositories located In Vancouver, Nanaimo  and Victoria.  Bids submitted will be deemed Irrevocable and  will remain unchanged for a period of 60 days  attar closing date. A contract will be awarded  after full consideration of all bids The Owner  reserves the right to reject any or ail bids  received.  School District 46 ��� Sunshine Coaat  494 South Fletcher Road  Gibsons, B.C.  VON IVO Coast News, lune 29, 1992  23  New mill pollution rules proclaimed;  reports due from mills by June 30  by Jaite Seyd  While local pulp mills cog  United their dispute last week  with striking winkers, iIn-  provincial government ton  firmed that new mill pollution  standards - first announced in  Januaty this year will be (,ffi  daily proclaimed July I.  The standards require nil  mills to reduce the level of chlo  rinated organic compounds  (AOX) in Iheir effluent i<> is kg  per air-dried tonne of pulp by  1995 and to "virlually elimi  lnale" AOX from ihe bleaching  process by 2002.  In the January announcement, the Ministry of Environment also required ihe pulp  mills to submit plans lo the government by June .TO detailing  how they intend to eliminate  chlorinated organics from iheir  effluent.  Jon O'Riordan, assistant  deputy minister, said lasl week  lhat so far reports had not been  received from Ihe mills, but the  government still anticipated  receiving ihem by the deadline.  Ron Wilson, technical services manager for Howe Sound  I'ulp and Paper, said the mill  would be handing in its responses as pari of a group submission  from I'aprican, the research and  technology arm of the Canadian  I'ulp and Paper Association,  which worked on a group report  for of a number of mills. That  report, in progress for three or  four months, said Wilson, will  primarily address technology  and marketing issues involved  in eliminating AOX from the  bleaching process.  Drew Kilbach, spokesman  for MacMillan Bloedel's Powell  River operation, also said the  mill would be submitting plans  lo the ministry, including the  Paprican report, and details  about how the mill intends to  meet the 1.5 AOX regulation by  1995, Both the latest reports on  mill pollution levels and further  details about their reports will  be made public after the June 30  deadline.  But even the ministry is saying not all weAt smoothly following the January announcement. A plan to consult with  various interest groups about the  regulations fell through, said  O'Riordan, when a "consensus  building" expert hired by the  ministry concluded that "there  wasn't enough common ground  on the appropriateness of these  negotiations during the period  January to June to make it a productive session.  "Because the standards  weren't actually proclaimed,  there weie some parties thinking  maybe there should be some  adjustment to these standards,"  said O'Riordan.  In the meantime, the government has commissioned H.A.  Simons, a Vancouver consulting  firm with experience in the pulp  mill industry, to do its own  study at a cost of $40,000 on  eliminating AOX from the  Colleen Spooner, Rose Wright, Julie Skagfjord, Kirstcn Salmon, Charlotte Williamson and Heidi  Hoechsletter, all or Sechelt Elementary, stitched this nature-theme quilt in three months, finishing It  off at teacher Linda Spooner's house. The kids will raffle il off in the fall to raise money for the  School Joel Johnstone photo  �������.!*'t fi-.l-j������*<-S*tSa*-<  uMa)  Interest -Snw  'til 1993  No Down Payment  No Interest 'til  January, 1993  ON  APPROVED  CREDIT  ALL sofas, all dinettes, all love seats, recliners,  swivel rockers, dining room suites, bedroom  furniture & mattresses & box springs  ���  Huge inventory to choose from and  remember, No Down Payment 'til 1993 oac  ���  For best selection, shop early  SALE STARTS TODAY - ENDS JULY 15,1992  bleaching process. Among  issues addressed ip the study are  costs involved in-converting to  new technology and how the BC  pulp industry compares with  other pulp-exporting countries.  Information from that study will  be made public in July.  "The technology to gel to  1.5 is reasonably well understood and the costs are well documented, but the technology to  get to elimination is not well  developed and the costs are not  well understood," said O'Riordan. "There's not full scale technology currently up'and running  to eliminate chlorine from the  bleaching process and provide  an acceptable product to the  market."  Asked if the standards would  be changed if costs proved too  high, O'Riordan said, "At this  point in time, the answer is no."  lie added, however, that the  government would continue to  work "collaboratively" with  industry.  Davis Bay  mill benefits  from new  three-year  timber  licence  Victoria and Fl. Enterprises  Ltd. of Wilson Creek have  been awarded a three-year limber sale licence which will  allow the company to increase  its production capacity, Forests  Minister Dan Miller announced  last week.  "As a result of being awarded this sale, the company can  now install two more dehmidi-  fying kilns and add four to six  new employees by 1993,"  Miller said.  The company, known locally as Specialty Wood Products,  produces flooring, panelling,  moulding, and kiln dried lumber primarily for local markets  with some shipments to Ihe  US.  "With access to about  28,000 cubic metres of timber,  the company can use its production capacity to the fullest,"  Ihe minister said in a press  release. "This is another example of the success of the small  business program."       '  BSEEfflaEiEina  "Siahwav101 Box 2549 Tel: (604) 885-5756  ^W.C.:vSN3A0 Fax:(604)885-2756  New hours: Mon - Thurs 9-5:30, Fri 9 - 9, Sat 9 - 5:30, Closed Sunday  NO BURNING PERMITS  will be issued until further notice  due to extremely dry conditions  SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  PLEASE STOP SPEEDING  STOPS YOU.  YOUR LOCAL POKE  Government ol  British Columbia  f\  F* bc ferries Schedule  JVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  JEBVIS INLET  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Lv. Langdale Lv. Horseshoe Bay  6:20 am      2:30 pm   7:30 am      3:30 pm  8.3C 4:30        9:30 M        5:30  10:30 6:30        11:30 7:25 M  12:25pmM   6:20M      1:15pm       9:15  M denotes Maverick Bus  Lv. Earls Cove  6:40 am       4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 6:30  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  Lv. Saltery Bay  5:45 am       3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:25 M 7:30  11:30 9:30  GLASSFORD PRESS DESIGN STUDIOS  Contemporary graphic design for all your communication needs.  ��� 886-8755 ���  I  I  i   sr  i  i  CLIPS. SAVE  GIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  ROUTE 1 via North Rd. Seacot.  Fletcher, Gower PI.. Franwm. Marine Dr.  '5:45 am 1:45 pm Depart 8:14 am 4:11  7:45 3:45      Langdale 10:11       6:11  9:45 5:45      Ferry 12:11pm 8:08  11:45 7:45      Terminal 2:08  "No 5:45 am run Sat., Sun. or Holidays  NOTE: Shoppers Loop leaves Mall 10:45 am,  12:45 a 2:45 pm, Mon.-Sat.  Information, comments or suggestions - 886-9311  ROUTE 2 via Pratt. Chaster. King, Veterans,  Hwy. 101. Wookcreeia Pk.. SC Trailer Parti  Depart    7:30 am 4:25   Arrive   7:45   4:40  Mall     -12:25 pm 6:20   Mall     12:45    6:40  '12:25 p.m. routes via Bonniebrook, Gower Pt  NOTE: No 5:30 a.m., 7:30 a.m. or 6:20 p.m.  service Sat., Sun or Holidays  mi  iffmn  SiuccomI Agetfite*  INSURANCE TRAVEL  886-2000 886-9255  Rad Carpet Service from Friendly Professionals In Sunnycrest Mall, Gibaona  Travel J 4  Coast News, June 29, 1992  %  i  Coast water supply holding out  .���*���:  vr*.  K^  tata  I  ,  I  I  I  . >  I  . I  I  by Jane Seyd  While the Giealer Vancouver  Regional Dislricl was sounding  warnings last week aboul diminishing water in the reservoirs  which supply the Lower Mainland. Ihere is no immediate  cause for alarm about Sunshine  Coasl water supply.  "There's no need for panic or  greal concern, as long as people  don't waste water," said Jim  Gumey. chairman of the regional district's public utilities committee, which oversees water  supply for the much of Coast.  Despite the recent hot weather and earlier dry spring condi-  Blistering sun, dry  conditions raising  forest fire fears  by Stuart Burnside  Ihe Sunshine Coast, after  lasl year's cool summer and  mild moist winter, finally seems  to be living up to ils name. The  ocean is warm. Ihe skies blue  and people are browning under  I U)-plus degrees Celsius sun.  Unfortunately, the landscape is  browning as well.  "We're already       in ihe moderate to  moderately high  range for Ihe level  of dryness," Mike  Whitehouse of the  Sechell District  Forest Service told  ihe Coasl News.  He said Ihe Coasl  could be in for a  long summer of  serious fire danger  if the weather continues.  "It's unusual weather for this  time of year. Usually June is  wetter, and the region is damp.  We don't have to worry too  much about fires until later in  the summer." lie pointed oul  thai the mountain snow pack  was also far below normal,  adding io the problem.  As of yel there have been  no bans on campfires or restrictions on the logging industry,  but many companies are taking  'Most of tbe big  logging  operations  have stopped  work  voluntarily'  their own precautions.  "Most of ihe big logging  operations have stopped work  voluntarily," he said. "There's  some road work going on, and  ihings like lhat. bul nothing with  a high fire danger."  Despite Ihe increasingly dry  conditions, the Coast, which  hasn't had a major  ��������� fire  this  year,   is  doing much belter  than other parts of  the province.  According the the  Ministry of  Forests, there have  been 681 forest  fires in BC over  ihe last two  months, which  destroyed 3,891       hectares of land.  Five hundred and  eighty-four    of  those fires were caused by people while 97 occurred through  natural causes.  Whitehouse said the District  has an available firefighting  ground crew and there are lire-  fighting helicopters and DC-6  walerbombers within a half an  hour's flight, but if more than  one or two large fires in the  region are burning at the same  time, resources would be  stretched.  tions. the regional district has  not yet had to dump any water  from its mountain lakes storage  - unlike Vancouver, which start  ed draining its lakes storage last  Tuesday  "I  notice  that  Chapman  Creek is getting low, and we  may have to begin that soon,"  said Gurney. "ll  will be a matter of  time, unless we    ~~"~���~"~  get   some   rain,  before fisheries  wants us lo slart  releasing   some  water."  As of last  Tuesday Ihe water  system has been  running "full oul"  said     Harney,  including a "fair  amount" of water  which is now  being delivered lo  the Town of Ciib-         sons.  Hut while the  regional districl has been  patrolling more often to enforce  sprinkling regulations, a sprinkling ban is not being considered.  "As long as people remember  there's a finite limit and not to  waste it," said Gumey.  The Greater Vancouver  water system is in a more dire  situation, said Gumey, because  they have a different type of  storage.  "They use the winter rains to  fill their great big reservoirs.  And the reservoirs this year did  not start out in as healthy a condition as they could have  been...so Ihey kind of started oul  behind the eight ball."  On the Sunshine Coast, most  of the district's water supply  comes from Chapman Creek  and tributaries which flow into  il. Several different lakes,  including McNeil (Haslam),  Garden Bay and Hotel lakes are  used as water sources in Pender  There's no need  for panic or  great concern  as long as  people don't  waste water'  lim Gumey  AIDS prevention video released  The original version of a video on AIDS prevention for young people - banned by the previous  government - will be shown in movie theatres in  British Columbia later this summer.  Health Minister Elizabeth Cull said the one-  minute video, produced by the ministry will be  released as pari of a comprehensive effort to educate a variety of groups at risk from AIDS and sexually transmitted diseases.  "We want teens and young adults who are sexually active to realize that using condoms is one of  the choices they need lo be aware of in order to  lead safer, healthier lives," said Cull.  The video will be shown during August in 14  Cineplex-Odeon theatres throughout BC. in association with PG, Mature and R-rated movies and will  not be shown with films intended for younger  audiences.  ��� SUNSHINE COAST INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD ���  AUTOPLAN   Must everyone pay  19% more?  ��� ���.  :  ���  ".  -..  No!  Most of our clients pay less.  D  It seems that prices only ever go up.  At Sunshine Coast Insurance Agencies we want to reverse that trend. We  give drivers with five years of claim free  driving an additional discount of 10% on  their collision/comprehensive auto insurance. Our unique and exclusive Safe  Driver's package effected at Lloyd's of  London is a very good deal.  At Sunshine Coast Insurance we don't  think safe drivers on the Sunshine Coast  are getting the type of break they deserve.  While we have no  control over the /*��.  cost of auto in  surance premiums \7a, ���  we have found a way  to save you some of your hard earned  money with our innovative Safe Driver's  package. Come in and check us out!  So why pay more for your insurance  coverage when we can put some extra  money in your pocket this year and start  reversing that escalating trend!  Sunshine Coaat Insurance Agencies Ltd.  Check us out!  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  885-2291  Oibioiu Paik Plata, Gibaona  886-7751  ��� SUNSHINE COAST INSURANCE AGENCIES LTD ���  Haibour, and Trout I ake is used  to supply Halfmoon Bay in  months of high water consumption.  In addilion. the regional district has a reservoir of 300 million gallons of waler stored in  Chapman and Fdwards lakes,  which is calculated lo give the  Coast   a   three-  month water sup-  ���*���'���******��'������*"-   p|y, based on a  fairly high rate of  consumption  of  three million gallons a day.  Often during  the end of summer months, the  average consumption drops lo two  million gallons per  day, said Gurney.  lhal compares lo  353.2 million gal-_  Ions (1.66 billion       litres) of water  used in Ihe Greater  Vancouver district  last Monday.  So far, the regional dislricl  has never had to use the mountain lake water supply, bul Gurney said it's likely "we're going  to be damn glad we've got it  before summer's over."  In previous dry years, the  district has used water restrictions, but that was because the  supply pipes at the time could  not to deliver the quantity of  water being consumed, rather  than indicating a lack of water  at the source.  Concern about summer water  supplies was first raised in  April, when several districts,  including the Sunshine Coasl,  recorded dramatically reduced  levels of winter snowpack in  Iheir watersheds, because of dry  winter and spring conditions.  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