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Array LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  J  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  June 8,1992 Volume 46 Issue 23  Keller  accepts  cultural  award  by Stuart Burnside  A three piece Chinese musical group strummed cultural  and classical harmonies on traditional Asian string instruments as the crowd Altered into  UBC's Museum of Anthropology late last Wednesday afternoon. Many arrivals paused to  listen and nod their appreciation  before giving the trio a respectfully wide birth and moving  with hushed steps into the  reception area.  The backdrop to the speaker's podium was an expanse of  window stretching hard in all  directions to attain cathedral  proportions, and through the  windows Coast mountains and  vistas could be seen marching  off into the distance.  Salish and Kwaguiti carvings, some with diameters of  six feet and towering 40 to 50  feet above the floor, stood as  silent sentinels. Their hewn  faces and images, designed by  unremembered native masters  to represent all things evil and  good in the world, brooded  omnipresent over Ihe proceedings.  On this occasion, the ceremony for presenting the national Lescarbot Awards, the wooden giants themselves bore witness to a recognition of some of  the good in life, as outstanding  Canadian cultural volunteers  were acknowledged and honoured for their ail-too-often  unsung efforts. And the Sunshine Coast was represented in  the form of one Betty Keller.  Keller, the founder, producer  and driving force behind  Sechelt's Festival of the Written Arts, was one of three recipients of the once-in-a-life-time  national honour for the  BC/Yukon region.  Sechelt mayor Nancy  MacLarty chose Keller for consideration when the matter  came up as a routine portion of  a council meeting some eight  months ago.  "We received a letter for  nominations," mayor Nancy  MacLarty recalled, "and it was  probably going to be 'received  and filed' like so many others  letters...I couldn't think of anyone who deserved recognition  more than Betty for the work  she's done on the Festival of  turn to page 6  Land-use plan  to be reviewed  for second time  by Jane Seyd  Pender Harbour residents  will get another chance to tell  the regional district what they  think of revised land use bylaw  .137, as it goes to a second official public hearing June 10 in  Madeira Park community hall.  The second public hearing is  being held after directors were  forced to rescind third reading  of the bylaw, which was legally  challenged by the Ministry of  Municipal Affairs. The ministry  questioned whether the first  public hearing had been properly adjourned.  Originally, only text and map  changes were to be brought  back to the public. Now, the  whole bylaw will be up for  comment.  Residents who were hoping  major changes would be made  to the document are likely to be  disappointed. But several more  cautious alterations have been  made.  One of the most important is  a recommendation to accept  split zoning on on some of the  larger properties currently zoned  R3.  The regional district's planners say split zoning already  exists for a few industrial situations in Area A. But they also  say it is more difficult to apply  split zoning lo vacant properties  or where the intenlions of the  owner aren't known, than to  parcels where multiple land use  already exists.  For this reason, planners  have recommended split zoning  only in cases where specific  development plans are being  considered.  Some other changes made  since the last public hearing are:  ��� including in the new R3 zoning additional properties currently zoned R3 under the old  land use bylaw;  ��� specifically allowing boatbuilding in II (light industrial)  zones;  ��� recommending removal of  yacht clubs from uses allowed  by the R3 zoning;  ��� removal of wood preservative  operations, animal processing  and pulp and paper mills from  the heavy industrial (14) zone;  ��� allowing a maximum of three  non-family members to be  employed as part of a home-  based business, in cases where  extra traffic isn't an issue;  ��� increasing maximum floor  space allowed in auxiliary  buildings; and  ��� allowing occupancy in any  zone when buildings are under  construction.  turn to page 2  Everyone gets into the action as teacher Paul  activities, Monday.  Kelly tries his luck at Davis Bay Elementary Fun Day  Joel Johnstone pholo  Respected teacher  H ends 23-year career  by John Burnside  One of the Sunshine Coast's most respected educators is stepping  down at the end of this month.  Colleen Elson has given School District 46 some 23 years of distinguished service since arriving here from Vancouver Island in 1969.  "I am taking early retirement to make way for the younger people  entering the profession full of bright ideas and youthful energy," Ms.  Elson told the Coast News last week in her office in the School  Board Building on Fletcher Road.  Ms. Elson is a native of Queensland, Australia. She came to the  Sunshine Coast from Holberg Air Force Base near Port Hardy on  northern Vancouver Island to teach a Grade One Class at Gibsons  Elementary School. She continued lo teach there until she became  vice-principal of that school, then principal.  She served as principal of Gibsons Elementary School and as  principal of Cedar Grove Elementary School for several years. She is  remembered fondly by students and teachers at both schools.  Four years ago she accepted an administrative role with School  District 46, serving as Director of Special Services for two years. For  the last two years she has been Director of Programs for the school  district.  Ms. Elson says she has enjoyed all the roles that she has filled  turn to page 2  Condominium plan  draws public protest  The prospect of a new condominium on the Sechelt waterfront is beginning to be a matter  of concern to many Sechelt residents.  At last week's council meeting letters from citizens decried  the loss of natural habitat which  would occur if the proposed 96-  unit Beachcomber project  becomes a reality. *  "If Sechelt continues to allow  projects of such high density to  spring up in its most desirable  locations, the very reasons that  attract people to live here will  be destroyed," commented Marjorie Gooding's letter.  She went on to suggest that  council take some action to  modify the scope of development now, before there is a  repeat of the situation faced by  the Town of Gibsons, which has  been forced to place a moratorium on development because of  accelerated demands on services.  Pat Chamberlin urged council to find some way to acquire  the property for a park and  ' pointed to Block 7 "which used  to be a varied woodland of  mature maple, alder, cedar and  fir and could have remained so  until now, retaining al least pan  of that natural growth with judicious development. Not only the  trees, but the soil was removed."  Doug Roy pointed out that  according to the 1909 survey a  strip of land between high water  mark and the south boundary of  the property was dedicated as  'boulevard' or public road.  "Development," he said,  "must not be such as to create  the feeling that the boulevard is,  by some alchemic process, the  private preserve of those who  buy into the development. The  property is not a waterfront  property."  Planner Rob Buchan said that  although there has been a preliminary meeting with the  developers, no building plan has  been submitted. The matter will  be discussed at an upcoming  planning committee meeting.  Contamination by depot donors  drops glass from recyclables list  by Nancy Moote  There's a new sign at the Shop-Easy recycling depot in Sechelt, a few feet from the one  that says "The success of this recycling depot  depends on you."  The new sign reads "No Glass."  Shop-Easy manager Neil Clay-      ton says people keep putting green  glass or plastic in the bins for  clear and brown glass, and two  Lower Mainland recyclers have  refused to take any more contaminated shipments.  "People were ripping down our  signs that were pleading with  them not to put green glass in the  clear glass bins," he said. Two  weeks ago, the second recycling  centre finally said "no more,  please," and Shop-Easy went out  of the glass recycling business. _____  When Clayton started a recycling depot at his supermarket three years ago,  the plan was simple.  Since the store was sending an empty truck  into Vancouver every day, he thought, why not  fill it with cardboard, bottles, and newspapers on  the trip south, and drop them off at recycling  We sympathize  with tbe people  in Sechelt who  have been  responsible  recyclers  ... but we're  frustrated.'  centres before picking up the groceries?  "We knew even before we started that we  wouldn't make money," Clayton said, but he  believes in recycling and thought he could keep  costs down by making the depot a sort-it-your-  self dropoff.         Clayton is still committed to the  project, but doubtful he can educate the public about recycling.  "People are spoiling it for themselves," he said, "We sympathize  with the people in Sechelt who  have been responsible recyclers for  the last three years. ... but we're  frustrated."  Bins are clearly marked for the  different materials, and Shop-Easy  distributes a flyer explaining how  to recycle. But on Wednesday  afternoon, glass bottles and a plastic bleach bottle were piled up next  to the "No Glass" sign.  Old running shoes, dirty diapers, glass, wire,  and batteries leaking acid have been dumped in  the paper recycling bins. Valuable computer  paper is continually contaminated with scrap  paper.  Turn to Page 3 Coast News, June 8, 1992  SUMMER ANTIQUE  SHOW-SALE  COLLECTIBLES GALORE  Western Canada's Largest  Quality Show  3 DAYS June t It* 13  Thurs.: 5pm    Wpm  Fri.:      lOtim - 10pm  Sat.:       I On n i   5pm  fVrc Parking  Door Man  trim. $4.im  7325 MacFhrrstm Mt.. 'lurma^ liuiai .Sami* ���MWKl'iti.at.aija'   l>,�� 431 WHIP  **����� 90 l��u"r  Summejk Specta-fe  Hanging Baskets - Mixed  & Fuchsia only MT  Petunia & Impaticns  only W*  All Annuals 79< a Container]  Geraniums only $1IW  -___-.  Milore Nursery  W2 Pia.nl.it, Ilalfmoon Bay  urn' litis > iim |  IK'    aiai|'��  SHSi'W  i^^\  Parade ��������� Talent Contest ��������� Helicopter  Rides ���>��� Doughnut Eating Contest  Craft Booths ��������� Tennis Tournament  Sandcastles ���>��� Journey (or Sight  Tug ofWar-'- Waiters Race -'-and Morel!!  ���  Organized by:  The Rotary, The Lions, Chamber of Commerce, Trail Bay Merchants,  R.C.M.P., Sechell Bremen, Arts Council, Sunshine Coast Peace  Committee, Gilligan's Pub, Ye Old English Doughnut Shoppe,  Suncoast Racquet Club and Ihe Municipalily of Sechell.   Respected Sunshine Coast educator  closes book on 23-year school career  from page I  with distinction, but being a Grade One teacher was probably her  favourite. "Of course, if you stay in one role too long you can  become less effective," she says.  Away from work, Ms. Elson has also distinguished herself as an  actress. She was one of the earliest members of the Driftwood Players  and was designated Best Actress in the Province in die B.C Drama  finals of 1970, and again in 1973. She was last seen on stage locally  during the Summer Play Parade of 1986.  As she leaves her career as educator behind her, Ms. Elson  expresses some reservations about Ihe direction education is taking.  "I regret that the movement of education seems to be away from a  focus on children and towards a focus on the structures of education.  We seem to spend more time seeking ways to improve our structures  than we do enhancing the well being of children."  Elson balances this observation with the view that one of the  healthier changes taking place is lhat both teachers and parents are  getting involved in the way the structure works, more so than was the  case a few years ago.  "Within the nexl 20 years I expect there will be profound changes  in the governance of education, wilh more emphasis on Ihe individual  school as the decision-making force, rather than a school district.  "The world is demanding that education become more competitive. It's a question of both abilities and attitudes. We are going to  have to produce creative thinkers and students who have initiative  and can collaborate. That is the kind of people we have lo start turning out."  Her plans include some travel and possibly more theatre work than  her career has recently allowed her. She might, she says, write a book  about education. "I think I'm going to call it Blurred Vision," she  chuckles, "and if it isn't fun I'm not going to let anybody see it. I  would like to try to let people know what, in my view, is happening  in education."  Colleen Elson will be honoured al a reception for colleagues and  friends held by the School Board at Rockwood Lodge at 6 pm on  Wednesday, June 10.  ��l  Colleen Elson  Ted Heiers pholo  Good Cents Sports gutted by fire  by Nancy Moote  Good Cents Sports in Gibsons was gutted by fire early Friday  morning, just a few weeks before employees planned to celebrate the  store's first anniversary. No-one was injured.  The blaze was the third fire in six weeks at the North Road store.  Local assistant fire commissioner Clay Carby, who is investigating  the fire, said he hasn't ruled out arson, while RCMP Sgt. Ed Hill said  a possible connection between the three fires is "being considered."  Store co-owner Denis Hoslland said the fire began at the rear loading dock behind the store's office, at the same spot where the first fire  started on April 25.  After a second fire was set in a dumpster behind the store May 29,  Hostland started shopping for a surveillance camera, but the final fire  struck before he found one.  The loading dock was the worst possible location for a fire,  according to Hostland. Bicycle tires and boxes of running shoes were  stored there, he said, and "the rubber would just bum and burn."  On Friday morning, the metal shelves which liad held the shoes  were lying empty, twisted and blackened, outside the shell of the  store. Bicycle repairman Ron Clumpus was guarding the store against  looters, but "everything is a writeoff," he said.  Hostland said his grandmother, who lives at the nearby Twin Oaks  seniors development, spotted the fire and phoned him at about 2 am.  "She said 'Denis, you'd better phone the fire department, your store  is on fire again'."  When Hostland reached the store IS minutes later, the building  was in flames. Two RCMP officers were already on the scene, and  Ihe Gibsons Volunteer Fire Department arrived a few minutes later,  said Hostland, "but it was too late."  Carby said four fire trucks and at least 17 firemen contained the  blaze within 30 to 40 minutes. The back storage area of the building  had Ihe most structural damage, he said, while the front suffered heat  and smoke damage. A fire watch crew remained al the store until  9:45 am.  Hostland said he has no idea who might have set the fire, but "it  looks as though somebody's out to get us."  Zoning amendments  go to public hearing  from page 1  A number of zoning requests  from specific property owners  have also been either approved  or denied in the amended sec-  ���ond reading.  Essentially, the proposed R3  zoning ��� objected to by many  residents at the first public hearing ��� remains unchanged. It  prohibits some uses allowed  under current R3 zoning. Many  properties in Area A are included in the old R3 zoning.  The planning department  says all present uses of property  will be allowed under the new  zoning. But many residents  have objected to the idea of having possible future uses of their  property removed by the new  bylaw, saying it reduces their  land values.  The public hearing will be  held June 10 at 7 pm in the  Madeira Park community hall,  and will be chaired by planning  committee chairperson Brett  McGillivray.  Copies of the bylaw are  available for viewing by members of the public before that  date at the regional district  offices.  WINDSHIELDS  BACK TO YOU-  GOOD AS NEW!  i  Put your car in our CARE  and let the EXPERTS handle  THEJOB  ��� 34 Yea?aTs Experience  ��� Large Inventory Selection  ��� ICBC. ClaJims HaAndled Promptly  CALL RON AT 886-7359  PARGATZ qfm 6 q>g    Hwy. 101 at Pratt Rd. Gibsons Coast News, June 8, 1992  ���j^^^^^^Hr  ���a^a^RS^         m  iP^fP^r^  fl  Bfl                                ���.*��� ���. B      3R**.  ���                            L y  Shop Easy manager Nell Clayton shows Ihe result of recyclers not separating their coloured glass.  Nancy Mmite pholo  Depot  rejects  glass  from page I  The depot was initially open  24 hours a day, bul after some  one tried to lighl a fire Clayton  restricted Ihe depot's use lo  store hours. "The insurance  company has never been  pleased with the idea." he said.  "It seems like the only way  for it to work is lo pay people lo  do the sorting, but it seems like  a waste of effort," said Clayton.  "People should be able to sort  green glass from clear glass on  their own."  The depot currently accepts  scrap paper, newspaper card-  board, clean tin cans without  labels, and clean four-litre milk  jugs without lids.  KIDS  OSHKOSH  20%off  June 15 ��� 20  TRAIL IAY MAIL, SECHELT ��� 885*5255  SOIL & GRAVEL SUPPLIES  Hospital Employees Union  St. Mary's accepts three-year contract  ��� Lawn & Garden Mix  ��� Manure & Bark Mulch  ��� Sand & Gravtl  ��� Lava Rock  ��� Concrete Lawn Ornaments  ��� Landscape Fabric - 6' & 12'  widths, any quantity  SEE US FOR THE BEST1  nt*'  Lawn Turf  Now available  fll)  Allan Block  A Mortarless Concrete Block  Retaining Wall System  USY INSTALLATIONS  VERSATILE  DURABLE & STRONG  AFFORDABLE  HOURS: MON -SAT 9 AM-5 PM   CLOSED SUNDAY  B&K  SOILS & IWIIMAI'I,  632 HOUGH KOAD & HIGHWAY 101 GIBSONS  ���AMI ABU     Nil HUH 1(1 SMAII       f AX HH<> ()<)26  by Stuart Burnside  The Hospital Employee's Union (HEU)  ended one year of labour dispute and job  action last week by voting 80 per cent  province wide to accept the latest three year  provincial contract offer.  On Ihe Coast, St. Mary's HEU members  voted in favour of tbe deal by an even higher  percentage than the provincial average at 86  percent.  "I'm glad it's over," HEU spokesman  Linda Moseley said Thursday, "We learned  a lot from this."  Despite the high percentage of acceptance, said Moseley, there was still a lot of  dissatisfaction with the final agreement.  "We're accepting it, but we've still got a lot  of work to do." She pointed to the pay equi  ty issue as still being a major sore point with  the largely female union, saying there was  "still a long way to go."  The new contract, accomplished through  a government appointed mediator, will see  pay equity increases amounting to an average 2.4 percent for the first year, 2.1 for the  second.  Union wages will go up an average of 3.8  per cent for the first year (retroactive since  the first year was spent in negotiations), 3.2  for the second year, with the third year still  to be negotiated.  A representative for the union said the  actual amount per employee could vary  "wildly" depending on the union member's  job description.  The Administrator for St. Mary's, Ted  Wright, also said he's glad the strike is over.  "We're back lo business as usual."  He noted that there was no major disruption at the hospital during rotating job action  by the HEU, but surgeries were reduced to  emergencies only in case the situation erupted into a full-scale strike.  "If picket lines had gone up," he said,  "then we would have had to assume the  other unions would honour them."  He said only elective surgeries were  delayed through the negotiations.  "People might have gone to Vancouver to  have (the surgeries performed), but they  would have had the same problem getting  admitted there," he said. "If not harder."  The new contract expires at the end of  March 1994.  Request to chop trees  turfed by town council  Developer Hayden Killam wants the town of Gibsons to repeal  bylaw 623 so he can cut 18 acres of trees on the bluffs of Gospel  Rock. But Gibsons council rejected the request without discussion  Tuesday.  The timber is worth $40,000 to $50,000, Killam said, and there are  "tremendous views available" once he cuts the trees.  Killam says a May 8 inspection by the North Vancouver engineering firm of Piteau Associates proves there is no danger of erosion or  flooding if good logging practices are used. In his letter to council,  Killam said the bylaw "was not based on any of the requirements of  section 978 of the municipal act."  "Typical of the town of Gibsons, they will not recognize expertise," said Killam.  Alderman Steeves, standing in for vacationing mayor Eric Small,  would not comment because "the case is before the courts."  Killam is appealing the February 12 BC Supreme Court decision  upholding bylaw 623.  Break and enter thief  caught with pants down  A 16-year-old boy was literally caught with his pants down after  he broke into a house on Abbs Road in Gibsons on April 21.  According to the police report, home owner John Cavanaugh woke  up around I am, hearing noises behind his house. At 1:30, when his  daughter yelled that there was someone in the house, Cavanaugh discovered a young man wearing a red shirt - but no pants - making his  escape.  Some tools had been stolen from the property and a truck had been  ransacked.  Police discovered the youth hiding inside a van at around 2 am,  "extremely intoxicated." His pants and shoes were later found in  Cavanaugh's driveway.  In court Tuesday, Judge Shirley Giroday put the youth on 15  months probation and ordered him to complete a Maple Ridge wilder-  nets program for young offenders, despite the teen's own statement to  ('���own counsel that he'd "rather go to jail."  Giroday also ordered the boy to attend counselling, at the request  of the boy's mother.  Member of  ALLIED...  The Careful Movers  LOCAL  Call the Moving  Specialists  For all local moving, or for help with  moving awkward heavy Items, pianos, etc.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTR.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local & Long Distance Moving  m m. mm    "tSS 866-2661  JUNE  INVENTORY REDUCTION  SALE  Btt 25%otf  Frames with Liners  Ii  'Greal on Grad Portraits,  ramlly Photos, Oil's & Acrylics)  Any in stock  Moulding & Mats   25%0ff  IN STOCK  POSTERS  501  p������ 25%to50%o��  Come In Today for Best Selection  Sale Ends June 20  NSHOW PIECE FRAMES!  Wilson Creek Plaza  88^9215  Sea Cavalcade '32  Crossword Clues  CLUE # 1     2 DOWN 4 ACROSS, 13 DOWN  "Stump ranchers and hand liners would feel at home, Along with many an  Interesting tome. We might find keepsakes and hand-me-downs and  treasures as well Irom their hometowns."  CLUE # 2 14 ACROSS 18 ACROSS  "There's a cairn along the strand where foreign sailors came  to land. Off the boat and down the ramp, looking for a summer camp."  %\w Corporation of i\)t jB&tritt of &ecljelt  PUBLIC NOTICE  BYLAW NO. 152  Being the "District of Sechelt Sanitary Sewer  Specified Area Extension Bylaw No. 152,1992  TAKE NOTICE that pursuant to Part 16, Division 2, of  the Municipal Act, the Council of the District ol Sechelt  proposes to adopt the above-mentioned bylaw which  will extend the boundaries of the existing "Sechelt  Sanitary Sewer Specified Area" to include the  additional areas as shown In the map below.  The intent of the bylaw is to apportion the annual debt  cost of the existing Sanitary Sewer Specified Area to  properties connected or capable of being connected to  sewer in the larger area.  The existing annual debt is $74,000.00. The estimated  annual cost per property is $3.52 per taxable metre  (present cost in existing area is $5.25 per metre  <$1.60 per foot>). The debt repayment period is ten  years.  Plans and the bylaw may be viewed at the Municipal  Office, 5545 Inlet Avenue, Monday through Friday,  during regular office hours, 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.  Objections to the proposed bylaw may be submitted  in writing to the office of the Municipal Clerk no later  that 4:00 pm, Tuesday, July 7th, 1992.  This is the second publication respecting Bylaw No.  152.  Dated at Sechelt, BC, this 8th day of June, 1992.  Michael P. Vaughan  Municipal Clerk  SECHELT SANITARY SEWER Trail Bay     &"  SPECIFIED AREA  Bylaw No. 152  Schedule "A"  i ii-ia-i i*i-tfcaia^aB*jyita*a^ai*i*aaMi  atmmatmm  Ma^M  namMHiM  amm Coast News, lune 8k 1992  Burns move  another blow  to Quebec  No one who has not lived in ihe Province of Quebec  specifically in Moniic.il. can understand the shock which  must have been registered in lhal city lasl week when Ihe  city's pride and passion, the Montreal C'anadiens, lost  their coach to the Toronto Maple I.eats.  Back in the days of the old six team league.theic was  no more virulent rivalry in spoils than lhat between Ihe  hockey teams of Canada's two majoi cities  But it is the reason for Coach Pat Bums's jumping ship  to the ancient rival which should he of interest to the rest  of Canada, even that portion which has no interest in  hockey. Apparently he could no longei endure the stress  es of coaching a team in which there was constant friction  and jealousy between the English and trench speaking  members. Oh Canada.!  During the greal years lot Ihe C'anadiens in the seven  ties and early eighties there was no hint of linguistic liic  tion. Coaches named Dick livin. Toe Blake, and Scotty  Bowman had no difficulty in melding Iheir players into a  cohesive whole. To the galaxy of line French Canadian  players there was added such stellar Anglo names as  Larry Robinson. Hob Oalney, Dickie Moore. Doug liar  vey, Don Drydcn, and the talented lol made lor an harmonious and highly effective whole.  As in so many areas of Quebec lite, things may have  begun to go awry in the mid-eighties when Scotty How-  man, heir apparent to Ihe long lime general manager Sam  Pollock, was by passed lor Ihe lop job in favour of former  defenceman Serge Savant who had no coaching or managing experience but who was French Canadian.  Yes, that's the same Scotty Bowman who just won the  Stanley Cup as coach of the Pittsburgh Penguins.  There has been a very high price paid in the province  and particularly in the city of Montreal for the linguistic  chauvinism which has marked the last decade.  Before Pal Rums' defection lasl week, il seemed that  most French Canadians were growing painfully aware of  this fact. We are told that the mayor of Montreal has  pleaded with Premier Bourassa to rescind Ihe infamous  Bill 178, the legislation passed a lew years ago which  made English language signs illegal in the province Hill  178, says Mayor Dore. has given Montreal a black eye in  the eyes of the world. Indeed.  Of all the ill-considered acts of government it has been  our painful business to watch in recent years lhal single  piece of legislation by the Bourassa Liberals may have  been most damaging to the fabric of this country. It was  passed just before the abortive Meech Lake discussions.  At the time of its passing there was across the country a  developing upsurge of good will towards Quebec which  was squandered with a single stroke of the Bourassa pen  as well wishers of the province across Ihe country felt  betrayed.  Bill 178 discouraged supporters of Quebec, damaged  national unity like nothing else, and gave heart and  tongue to bigots across the land.  Ironically, this loss of a hockey coach may hit the  province harder than Ihe departure of dozens of corporate  head offices which preceded him in fleeing from the  repressive atmosphere which has in recent years marked  that once most cosmopolitan of Canadian cities.  Look to the repealing of Bill 178 in the not distant  future and perhaps some Canadian healing can begin.  weu,r Wats a  PRIMA BAllERiha, P*x,  UNTIL THEY ASKED M�� w  GO TV MB AT le-YEtfS-M��>-  MY POCTOgATEs  IH POLITICAL  science ano /maiNftTiwAi-  ECONVMlCS, AS KEU. Ai Mi  lAaJ DEbg��E AHD KNOWLftXiEOF  VU> l/lrVWAtes, 4U 4Ut*j&Jjj&  -rv HELP WRITE PEACE    "    *  TREATIES ALL OVER  THE  WORLD'  Ignorance about  plight of parents  In her response lo Ms. Path's  letter ahout abortion, Karen  t'hiiiips demonstrates as much  ignorance about the plights of  parents wauling to adopt children as she claims Mr. I nth has  about Ihe kind of children parents will accept.  ll is an insult for Karen  Phillips to prejudge would-be  parents who. she claims, want  only a "blond, blue eyed infant  who is perfectly formed." Most  adoptive parent's greatest job  would lv lo have an Infant, any  Infant, give them a hug and a  sloppy kiss as ihey fall asleep.  As a couple which cannot  have children, my wife and I are  willing lo accept any child  regardless of colour, sex or  health status. I know of many  couples in our posilion. All have  ihe same openness tu adoption.  We are blessed with one adopt  ed child and hope lo have more.  The difficulty in gelling children stems in part from abortions Pan of the shortage of  babies also arises from young  mothers' wanting to keep iheir  child. Some are successful parents bul many cannot provide  ihe child with the kind of life  Ihey want iheir child to have.  Ms. Phillips also suggests  thai Ms. lath is not truly concerned aboul children's welfare  and questions whether Ms Path  has been a luster parent or any  number of things. Having been a  fostei parent three times (none  ol which were my race), I can  vouch for Ihe value children  receive living in loving, caring  foster families. I trust Ms.  Phillips has a foster child.  But I ask Ms. Phillips, what  better way to care for a child's  welfare than to act on the child's  behalf when it is incapable of  acting on its own?  PETER N. MOONKN  Vancouver  Prepared to look  for goods on coast  I am writing you about Ihe  quality of businesses services on  Ihe Sunshine Coast because  your paper advocates local pen  pie purchasing goods from local  suppliers! agree strongly wiih  Ihis perspective and since I have  just sent a letter lo a local business laudatory of Iheir service to  me, I felt I would like to contribute to this campaign.  Shortly after buying land on  ihe Coast in 1990. I decided to  build a very small home. Concerned that I could find the  skills and right price, I explored  prefabricated and 'kit' homes. I  also talked to Terry McBride  (Toina Developments). Mis  price was better; he and his crew  finished on time, within budget  and produced a top quality job. I  have lived in my home for 14  months and Ihe 'quality for  price' is better than homes built  in Vancouver.  Prom Ihis experience, rein  forced by excellenl experiences  wilh (iibsons Building Supplies  and their staff and wilh Radio  Shack in Sunnycrest Mall, one  would expect thai when I decided to buy a new cur in August  1991. I would at least Iry the  dealers on the Coast. I didn't.  I checked with dealers in  greater Vancouver thinking,  knowing rather, that I could not  get the same deal here on the  Coasl. Al this lime I made Ihe  decision lo live in Robeits  Creek, full time, and thought I'd  heller try one dealer up here, for  service reasons.  Sunshine GM met my besl  Vancouver deal on the automobile I had chosen. When there  was a major problem with the  car, they not only fixed il well,  bul handled ihe problem wiih  consideration for my transport;!  lion needs. The car was fully  repaired; il operates superbly.  During ihe whole episode  when I was frustrated and iinpa  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine (foast News  Box 68  Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  tient, I was treated with courtesy  and given insight into the problems faced hy the dealer in solving my problems. The dealer  acted as my advocate in the  whole procedure.  Talking to a friend who  works for an excellent dealership in greater Vancouver, he  confirmed that the service I  received from Sunshine GM  was better than even the 'best'  service in town.  So? I am prepared to look  here on the Coasl for everything  1 need., before I look elsewhere.  Whenever possible I will buy  from a local source. I will note  the advantages and merits of  local sources and tell others  about it. In all of this I will try  to he less of a pain in the  butt...both as a customer and as  an advocate for doing business  on the Sunshine Coast.  PETER MCPHERSON  Roberts Creek  Thank you banquet  slated for teacher  A long-time employee of our  school district, Colleen Elson,  will be retiring al the end of this  school year. Colleen's career  has included being a teacher,  principal and director of programs on the Sunshine Coast. In  honour of her 23 years of service lo our district, a banquet  will be held on Wednesday,  June 10, at Rockwood Lodge in  Sechelt, at 6 pm. I would like to  invite all former students and  colleagues, as well as her  friends in the community, to  attend. Please contact Vikki or  Diane at 886-8811 or 885-7871  for further details.  Diane Wagner  The stuff dreams are made of... starts with the dog  r  I used to have a real life. Ii ebbed and flowed  within the strict geographic confines of a rocky  outcrop in the Georgia Strait, ruled and ordered by  the likes of haphazard ferry schedules and ihe kind  of rural initiative thai fixed the ills of old trucks  with chicken wire, not with merchandise from  Canadian Tire.  Alas, it was not to be a forever kind of thing.  One day, the alignment of the planets intervened  and sent me scurrying across the waves io I he  City, where the belongings and attitudes acquired  across three decades of backwater life were forced,  lucking and screaming, inside the off white walls  of a two-bedrooms-plus-den close to bus mutes  and shopping.  It's not a bad life. At times, ii even manages to  snuggle up lo the border of the 1-and of Good This  is what I tell myself.  Then the siren song of the Coast News wafts  across the long-distance telephone wires, harken-  ing me to come north across the water for a few  days, and the complacent acceptance of my current  lot is no more. Instead, we dare to dream of life as  it once was, and wonder where and why it went.  The stuff dreams are made of cannot be measured by stopwatch or yardstick, or be brought io  life by a change in a mailing address. They are  bemused  duncan macdonell  snippets of brief moments in time, each one resur-  tecling a memory of mood or attitude or happenstance that breathed real life into a day.  That's why simply stepping ashore at Langdale  does not revive the dream It returns as it lives, in  quick flashes like the one resurrected by a brief  sideways glimpse of a dented fender hanging horn  an old pick-up truck, or by the sight of a landlocked sailboat banished to the tall grass at the  back corner of a faded bungalow - w iih-shed.  Bul mostly, it is dogs. The sight of any dog ��� it  should really be a working-class hound, though ���  brings the dream into crystal-clear focus. It recalls  the happy memories of two yellow labs who scampered with me across the meadows and through the  trees of that island in the strait, the two dogs who  remained there after I left because they did not  deserve to be assigned to life on pavement.  There are no dogs of consequence in my neighbourhood in The City. 1 am surrounded by wise  folk who know the unhappy life, the injustice,  given to dogs who are left to strain al the end of a  chain tethered to the backyard clothesline. My  neighbours answer their need for animal companionship like I do, by adopting a cal. but I like io  imagine that their faces betray ihem for what they  are ��� dog lovers at heart, and therefore good people to have living with me on my street.  Thus, the stuff.of my dream is defined by one  thing only: the surroundings suitable for a dog. It is  like the lead domino in a chain of events, because  once you define that requirement and push it to  become a reality, the other pieces fall into their  well-ordered places.  Having a dog means having a truck, and having  a truck means driving it on dirt roads, where it realizes its full potential. Driving on din roads is best  done full-time, which means moving to the rural  safety of the country, where gravel surfaces are  most abundant. Living in the country means setting  up quarters on a modest plot of land with a green  thicket of trees to discourage prying eyes. The  absence of prying eyes means the freedom to uri  nate outside late at night, from the safety of a deck  buill just high enough to escape the reach of grass  growing tall. And the freedom to urinate outside  late at nighl brings the dream full circle, by symbolizing the laissez-faire altitude I prefer in my  surroundings.  Simple, isn't it? For the lack of a dog. the land  of his dreams has been pul on hold. The end of the  journey, the deck built jusl above the tall grass,  must wait until the first domino is safely secured  and put into ils rightful place at the head of the  line.  I know what you're thinking: build it. and he or  she will come. Stan with the deck, and work back  to the dog.  It doesn't work that way. There is a natural  order to the shape and substance of dreams, a way  they must be defined and built and put into place  before they can become reality. The dog is the cornerstone; and like the construction of a large building, the dream collapses without the proper foundation.  Someday, my Prince will come. Or maybe it  will be Spot or Rover or Sparky. Until then, the  dream shimmers jusl slightly offstage, awaiting the  assigned time and place of its evolution. Life in  The City borders on the Land of the Good.  COAST^NEWS  Tht Stnttv Cam Mm ��� Ha% aand mo   and wrou-vr t�� *���*���*,-��- * <��� ���> ^ w *  puttM on tm Sutfm Com. 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Run  Forrester UmMMt,  MamtM WlH JmOk*/n  Vtnctrl Joyce Ostry-  Marguerite Jonn R.uner.  jo-Anne Sneann  I  Your community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper Coast News, June 8, 1992  opinion  In taking it in, questions arise  One morning in June a man, call him llereward, was leaning out of  the tup half of his Dutch door, addressing Ihe day. It was, he could  see, perlecl in all respects. The woodlol behind was well leafed al ihis  time and from ii came a veritable chorus of thrush's song. Thrush's  song, wiih the seraphic notes performed on an instrument so far, fortunately perhaps unmatched by man.  In the foreground of llereward's view there was a plot of land lhat  someone in the past had probably thought of as a lawn. In llereward's  day no mowing machine, certainly none propelled by him, had been  allowed to touch it. The grasses now rose to Iheir normal height and  moved wilh the breezes. There were buttercups and daisies moving  aboul in Ihe grasses, and all. as Ihe Lord once said, was well.  At llereward's back Ihere was Ihe sound of sizzling bacon and Ihe  plop of coffee in a pot There was also a half of grapefruit back Ihere  he remembered. In fact, scouring about in his head in his ingrained  Puritan way of finding the worst to face up lo, Ihere was absolutely  nothing on this day's plate lo engage the conscience of Augustine  himself.  A lew bees buzzed about, a few wasps He became aware lhat a  grey slick up against a dead tamarack was in fuel the old heron. He  caught him, once, with his eyes open. The wild cats began lo prowl  Ihis mini Tsezengctli plain. Butterflies visited the buttercups. God  was in His world.  llereward. an agnostic he thought, was nonetheless taking il all in.  And questions rose to his mind. Why in the hell he thought should  these fellows here be eating those fellows there? Is ihis in fact the  natural pattern of events for us all?  llereward you will see was a bit on Ihe naive side, and il was after  all ihe first Hush of the morning. He turned on ihe radio. He was used  to the radio and often had il on there without listening lo a bit of it.  The newsreader was an Pnglish voice. This had been objected to  originally bul when everyone realized lhat he was black and from  Jamaica ii was of course, OK.  People were dying in Yugoslavia. People were being put to the  torch in Dechucnaland. Genocide was rife in Armenia. The Jews  wouldn't meet the Syrians. The U.S. of A. owed more money thai  anyone could imagine.  llereward was not immune to all this misery, but here he was after  all on the Sunshine Coasl on a June morning. He could not suppose  that all these miserahles should get on a plane and come lo Ihe Coast,  God forbid. Whal was his actual stance then, to the world in which he  lived?  in a nutshell  s. nutter  A pair of eagles tumbled over his head in their spectacular courting  go. A friend, a fisherman, dropped in wilh a six pack. He was going  up lo Ihe Charlottes but the was something the mailer with the engine  in his boal. llereward knew nothing about engines. He knew something aboul navigation but nothing about engines. You could gel  aboul you see from Pole to Pole, bul you couldn't actually move wiih  out a workable engine.  The conversation turned therefore firmly In carburetors. Heieward  tried to move it away, to the Middle But, IS Billot, anything, but no  it came back lo carburetors.  So, thought llereward, so we talk aboul carburetors. He had once  instructed on Ihe ins and outs of radar He had instructed in Ihe arctic  use of Ihe aslro compass. The carburetor alter all was mil that Complicated of a gadget  Hut there it was, somehow a different world. Either you were Into  engines or they were simply something you accepted, and took it for  granted that they worked, and paid the least possible attention lo  Ihem.  llereward had spent some years, eighl in fact, flying, he had  known generally of course how this craft operated and stayed in the  sky and so forth. But there were engineers, and pilots and wireless  operators and he was perfectly happy to leave all that to them.  Later, when he got involved in documentary film, it was much the  same thing. He never wanted to look through the view finder or know  what was the focus or what was Ihe stock or whatever. There were all  these guys working away and he knew them all and like them all, and  all these complications were their particular concern.  It was with this background that he listened away to his fisherman  friend and his problem with his engine. His every inclination was lo  think of going up to the Charlottes as well, bul he would never in the  world figure out the problem of the engine.  letters  Thank you  The Gibsons Landing Heritage Society wishes to thank all  those who participated in Heritage Week. You all helped to  make Gibsons look really  colourful. Our lhanks, also, lo  our judges, to the Sunnycrest  Mall and lo all those who came  lo our display Ihere.  We would also like lo lhank  all who came to our Open  House at the Womens Institute  Hall on May 30, Community  spirit is obviously alive and well  in Gibsons.  We hope lhat you will continue to support the creation of  the Community Cultural Centre  for Gibsons. Renewal of membership of Ihe Heritage Society  is due now. Our AGM will be  held on June 24 in the Marine  Room at 7:30 pm. If you have  any questions, please phone  886-8998.  NEST LEWIS  Banners found  Thank you for your article to  help us locate the missing banners for Sea Cavalcade. It was  successful and they are now in  our possession. A small story...  Lasl year was my first real  involvement with Sea Cavalcade and 1 had a lot of fun. This  year I am more involved and ,  believe it or not, I am having  more fun.  The trail of the banners led to  your paper, to Chilliwack, then  back to Gibsons. The found  banners were taken lo WW  Upholstery where it was my  pleasure lo discover that Bill  and Helen Wynhandel and family originally manufactured and  have subsequently altered the  banners yearly for 12 years at  no cost, as iheir contribution to  Sea Cavalcade.  Therein lies the secret of Sea  Cavalcade success. People  donating lime and good will;  many hands each doing a little  bit. Without individuals such as  Ihe Wynhandels, Sea Cavalcade  could not succeed.  Near Ihe top of the list of  unsung heroes goes Sunshine  Coasl Disposal Services who,  year in and year out, before,  during and after ihe festivities  donate the containers and  garbage pickup service as Iheir  contribution. A thank you to ihe  Wynhandels, Sunshine Coast  Disposal and all the others that  have contributed and are contributing now.  BILL HUGHES  Put halt to project  Please put a halt, in any way  you can, to the Beachcomber  condominium project planned  for ihe Sechell waterfront in  Trail Bay and find some way lo  acquire the land as a park.  I am guilty, as are many others, of remaining half asleep  while Ihe monied people move  in wilh arbitrary ideas of what  constitutes a community. Por  this land to be developed as  planned is tantamount to a  crime against our children. The  visionaries who gave us Hackelt  Park, the Snickett, Sechelt  Marsh and Rockwood Gardens  saw as far as they could into the  future. It's lime to look farther.  In the 15 years that Sechell  has been my home I have  watched il 'grow' painfully.  Prom Ihe loss of heritage buildings such as Whitaker House  and the old Forestry complex, to  Ihe development of Teredo  Street and the compiele devastation of Block 7. Block 7 used to  be a varied woodland of mature  maple, alder, fir and cedar and  could have remained so until  now, retaining at least pari of  lhat natural growth with judicious development. Not only the  trees, bul the soil was removed.  We need a bylaw to protect  our trees. If every landowner  were to cut down their fir and  cedar we would be left with  very few. We all know the value  of tall trees. They help to mitigate the reflecting heat of our  passion for asphalt and concrete. They help us breathe.  They give us aesthetic pleasure  and spiritual renewal. They  house our songbirds. They provide logos for Ihe developers  and real estate agencies who use  Ihem blatantly as symbols,  while destroying the real ones.  Public land is so important.  Already some of our public  space, such as Ihe school  grounds and Rockwood Gardens, has been encroached upon  by expansion buildings. Close  lo half the population of Sechelt  is comprised of pedestrians:  children, the elderly, the disabled, and those who cannot  I afford or choose not lo own a  vehicle. Their numbers are  increasing and Iheir needs have  lo be within walking distance.  Occasionally everyone needs  quiet time by the wean. Please,  jusl for a moment, forget the  Chamber of Commerce, Take  time by Trail Bay. Consider the  nature and geography of Sechelt  and the real dividends of Ihis  land as waterfront park.  PAT CHAMBERLIN  Sechelt  Due to overwhelming response to our  Grand Opening Sale selected sale items  have been held over. _ -    ttm\\mC\&  New  rJS<  Thanks to all our clients who supported our Grand Opening. Door prize* wen won by-  Friday: Yan Sowa, Clenn Bell, Slan MtKenzie, Tom Body, Kay Wood  Saturday: Kerry Drake, Pal Cook, W.D. Dennis, I. McLachlan, Larry Henderson, Grace Swift  CONTOUR  SHOWROOM 851 HWY. 101 GIBSONS PH/FAX 886*3191  COMING  SO   N!  B^kK   ll-V   I U&tins  ?mZ\\l I^J   * Elaxttical  ���TIY^ ���    ^�� I    ^i Supply  1044 Seamount Way, Gibsons e 886-7466 or 649-4146  Province ol Ministry of  British Columbia    Forests  Sealed Tenders lor the Burnet Creek Major Culvert Installation  Contract will be received by the Ministry ol Forests at 7077  Duncan Street, Powell River, British Columbia V8A 1W1, until  3:30 pm. on June 25, 1992.  All enquiries should be made to Trent Meyer or Glen Allen,  Ministry ol Forests Sunshine Coast Forest District, Powell River  Office, phone 485-9831, fax 485-4033.  Contract particulars are available from the District Manager,  7077 Duncan Street, Powell River, British Columbia V8A 1W1,  Telephone No. 485-9831 or the Sechelt Field Office, 1975 Field  Road, Sechell, British Columbia, VON 3A0, Telephone No. 885-  5174.  Tenders musl be completed on the form and submitted in the  envelope supplied in accordance with the Conditions of Tender.  No Tender shall be considered which contains any qualifying  clauses whatsoever.  The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted.  Site viewing is considered mandatory and is the responsibility of  Ihe Tenderers.  QUALITY FARMS  Your year-round garden centre  SUMMER HOURS:  Monday - Saturday 9 AM  Sunday 10 AM   4 PM  Time to Get Growing I  ��� Bedding Plants ��� Shrubs  ��� Ornamentals.  ��� Fruit Trees ��� Perennials  ^20%,  ON ALL FRUIT TREES  AND BERRIES  X.  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With our scanning capabilities the  sky is the limit as far as your creative horizons are  concerned.  Take advantage of our state-of-the-art computer  hardware for all your quality output needs.  You can't beat the convenience or our superb  service. For details and further information  please call 886-2622 and ask for Roger.  GLASSFORD  PRESS  DESIGN STUDIOS  "*���        ��� --.^-^-.^-^ ������1  iMHMH  mmMmm toast New-,  lune 8. 1992  --3S  Ufif .) Kiwanis VILLAGE CARE HOME  iN^SE^-  Annual General Meeting  Wednesday. June 10, 1992  7:30 p.m. *> Maun Lounge  /���in mmr nifiiiiiitilii'it mil SSh 9ISJ  community  Keller accepts award  from federal minister  Victoria  HOUR  CALL Mr Reservations,  Flight Schedules and  enquiries about OUI  connecting flights to  Seattle .md Ton -Vngeles,  885*2214  E AIRWAYS to  I 'nun page I  tbe Written Arls, so I nominated  hei lot ihe award..."  light months later, in a ceie  nun)) punctuated with applause.  camera Hashes, and television  cameras whirring unobtrusively  in ihe background, Canada's  Ministei of Communications,  IViini Heatty. summoned Belly  Kellei to the podium.  Her acceptance speech was  shmt and to the point, in  essence "I didn't do ihis  alone "  Keller is nothing it rot diffi  dent .ihaHit ihe time and energy  she coiiiiibutes to make the les  na.il i>l the Written Arts a sue  cess 'It's ihe whole Sunshine  Toast community that's getting  this aw aid.'' she told ihe I'oasi  News.  kellei s personal determination and effort! with the Festival  of Ihe Written Alls, however,  have seen it go from an in debt,  not expected to continue first  production in IP83, to the  nationally acclaimed and  respected institution it has  become. This summer the likes  of Thomas Berger, Pierre Bur-  ion and Peter Gzowski will be  in attendance.  And while Keller's modesty  downplayed ihe honour and  importance of the Leacarbol  Award. Mad.arly sums il up  concisely: "This is greal for  Hells, it's ga'at for Sechell. and  it's great for ihe Festival of the  Written Arts."  Created by the Ministry of  Communications in June of last  \ear. the l.escarbot Award is  named for Mare l.escargot. a  man thought lo be Canada's  first cultural volunieei (he  staged the first theatre production in Canada in 1606).  Wednesday's recipients of a  medal, pin and certificate of  recognition in his name were  the first ever to be so honoured  >    r-*j  .Al  V 11  ra  1 ' �� w  M       ���  i       I  1 ju   r*  \l.  i  fl, fc  Betty Keller (cenlrel received Ihe national l-escarbol Award from  Minister of Communications Perrin Beatly during a ceremony at  the I BC Museum of Anthropology last Wednesday. Sechell  mayor Nancy Macl.arty (right I nominated Keller for the award  in recognition for her dedicated work with Ihe Festival of The  Written Arts, Sluart Bun"'*161*"1"  Police investigate prowler report  Ai approximately 8 p.m. last Sunday, (iibsons  RCMP received a report of a male hiding in the  hushes of the 600 block of Shaw Road and watch  mg children, ihe man is described as being in his  mid-203 with a stocky build and shoulder length  brown hair. He was seen leaving the area in a 1990  blue Chevrolet pick-up Iruck, bearing Alberta  licence plates.  Gibsons RCMP are interested in speaking with  :  40%off  ALL  MENS  DRESS  SLACKS  SALE-J50OO  Reg. $199.99  SAVE 49.99  15%off  BARBECUES  a  ACCESSORIES  ALL  MENS  SHIRTS  TEAM  SHIRTS  Oakland 'A's.  LA. Kings Etc.  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According to the police  report, the owner first asked Ihe  girls 10 pay for ihe damage,  then locked them in the arcade  room and called the police.  The girls, age 16 and 13,  declined legal aid and offered  no defense when Judge Shirley  Giroday asked Ihem to explain  their behaviour.  Giroday sentenced the older  girl to 30 hours of community  work service and one year's  probation, wiih the condilion  that she return to school or else  find work.  "You are acquiring a fair  record for your age," Giroday  told the girl. "You obviously  have too much time on your  hands."  The younger girl, who is in  high school, received a lighter  sentence of six months probation and 15 hours of work service.  Giroday also ordered the  girls to stay away from the  Sunny Market and not to contact each other.  An Egmont man who  showed up drunk at the Lafarge  Concrete site on March 6,  threatening employees and racing a machine back and forth  across the property, was found  guilty in provincial court Tuesday of violating his probation.  "The defense and prosecution agree lhat your problem is  alcohol." Judge Shirley Giroday  told David Jay, 24.  Qiiodaj imposed a "modest"  fine of $100 and three more  years of probation, with the  condition that Jay "abstain  absolutely" from drinking.  SAVE  25%  ON  BEACH  TOOL  CHESTS  Men's  ARTRAM  WATCHES  SAVE  45%  Prosomc AM FM  CLOCK  RADIO  CW Cassette Player  SALE 3209  Reg. $39.99  SAVE $7.00  MTC Compact  DISC  PLAYER  sale fl g*>  Reg. S149.99  SAVE $30.00  \Vool\vortO\  STORE HOURS  THURS: 9:30 - 6. FRI: 9:30 - 9. SAT: 9:30 - 6. SUN: 11-5  Going Away  on Vacation?  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Jtiel Jnhnsliine phtmi  george in gibsons  BORN IN OUR  FACTORY  ��� Prestige homes tailored lo eveiy  budget  ��� Full range ol traditional, oonlcmporaiy  or recreational styles and sires.  ��� Purchase directly from the factory  with a guaranteed, lined price.  ��� Custom plans oi standard plans.  ��� Because you never have enough  time or money - Westwood saves  yon both  ��� We woik with you fiom planning to  delivery  A HOUSE YOU'LL BE PROUD  TO CALL HOME  BUILDING   SYSTEMS  63S7.JMtll.8t., SUR.REV, C7a1.ni 19  B C . CANADA V3S 4K5  |   Send $5 00 (or colour catalogue |  |    Name . ,  j  |    Address  , ,  ��  !Clty Province  I  PC _ Phone  1  by George Cooper  The bustling business of ihe Beachcombers each summer for  nearly 20 years at Molly's Reach has left one more trace in a new  name, Molly's Lane.  Now, down this lane in quieter times one can stroll to a new  enterprise, Molly's I-ane Market. Or drive. Yes, there is parking ���  plenty of it ��� at the end of the lane. Just drive slowly.  Molly's Lane Market (Joy and Trev Germaine, proprietors) is an  outlet for more lhan a dozen craftspeople and artists, as well as Joy's  Corner Closet, which stocks ladies consignment clothing.  One would need to make a number of browsing visits to appreciate all that is on display in the market. Have a cappuccino or a cup of  lea while you look.  There's pottery, soapslone carving, hand-roiled beeswax candles,  jewelry, stained glass, unusual children's toys, T-shirts with applique  designs, handmade clothing, organically grown herbs, handsewn  dolls, machine knit woolens and more. Home-baked sourdough  bread and tarts, too. But see it all for yourself and go often to see  their mural evolve on the fence panels across from the market. Catch  the entertainers occasionally scheduled.  Youth Leadership  Two local young people sponsored by Gibsons Rotary were  selected to attend the Rotary leadership Conference for youth held  at Trinity Western, in Langley from June 3 lo 6. Leila Roberts and  Brad Palm were Ihe ones picked to attend this seminar, the purpose  of which is lo encourage and assist potential youth leaders.  Travel  Like lo retire to Costa Rica (the rich coast)? The government welcomes you and, providing you have $600 per monlh minimum  income, offers you most of the privileges of citizenship. In case you  didn't know, Costa Rica has never had a civil war and has not had an  army since 1948. Costa Rica is well known for its abundance of coffee.  Pebbles from the past  wwtM^fW  )  '  ><��-*-���  ^1 ���  ���9 \WmL L^*\l  ajH .'"I. ^H  ijtM*     ��� ����� f'*'i,'W"iSiiia^JS"-*"��'**M  i !  i  ��  It  t  ;*��\t**l"*��i-**-i~  St. Hilda's Sechelt Anglican Church waa built and dedicated  in 1936. It followed the old tradition of having the grave  yard next to the church. Today we have a number of  different traditions represented on the coast in many churches,  old and new. St. Hilda's is still one of the most picturesque and  important historical sites on the coast.  In the last "Pebbles from the Past"  <PM(t  es  REALTY LTD.  we asked you to date the picture of the  Gambier Store. The right answer,  as provided with thanks by Mrs.  Maureen Zueff is, the early 1930's.  For the right answer to all  your real estate questions,  call the people at Pebbles  Realty Ltd.  Youi locll Bt.l E.ntf Compiny ��� Gib��on�� Qua,  #8,  Boa J]!-, Oow.i  Point  Ro.d, GID.on.. B C. 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Ihe main topic was the recently announced go-ahead for the  Town of (iibsons lo tap into regional water. The supply is not  great, but time will tell how Chapman Creek is going to handle  this extra drain.  Discussed were concerns regarding increased development in  (iibsons. therefore an increase in population with a resulting  demand on water reserves.  Consideration was given to conservation techniques such as  low Hush toilets and restricted-flow showerheads in newly-built  houses. Protection of the Chapman Creek watershed was also discussed, and in particular the relationship between the water supply  and the delicate surrounding watershed.  Area I) Director Brett McGillivray announced that a public  hearing on ihe proposed expansion of the Sunshine Coast Golf  Course is set for June 22 at the hall. Maps of the area in question  will be up for viewing at the Roberls Creek Library a week or two  before the meeting. There will also be an information meeting  from 6 to 7:30 pm before the public hearing begins.  The next RCCA meeting is Wednesday, June 24 at 8 pm.  Creek Daze organizers are having another meeting Thursday,  June 11, at the hall at 7:30 pm. Many people have volunteered to  help out at the Daze but at least a dozen people are needed to form  a committee to head up each event. The date for the Daze has  been set ��� Saturday, August 22, at Cliff Gilker Park.  School News  It's winding down in a big way at Roberts Creek Elementary.  During the month of June most classes are going on some pretty  exciting Held trips and longer trips. Some classes are going camping to the Pender Harbour and Tetrahedron areas, while others are  going on a bike trip to Nanaimo. Thanks to the teachers and parents who put in the time and effort on these adventures.  Sports Day will happen on June 16 at Cliff Gilker Park. It's  going to be great. Volunteers are needed to dish out hot dogs,  juice, etc. If you can offer an hour or so of your time please contact your child's teacher.  The fifth annual Healing Arts Fair is happening Saturday, June  20, at Rockwood Centre. Doors open at 10 am to 4 pm and admission is $3. Booth spaces and private rooms are available for rent at  885-2522.  This fair has been very popular with every service from reflexologists and healers to palm readers, astrologers, herbalists and  vendors selling everything from books to crystals. According to  organizer Bronwen Sutherland the fair is a "celebration." Also,  says organizer Sandy McBride, "it's meant to be fun."  Building or renovating? Installing  compact fluorescent light fixtures  is an easy way to save. Each fixture  you install means a little bit more  off your energy bill. Not only that.  Compacts use 75% less energy to  give the same amount of light and  last up to ten times longer. So your  pocketbook isn't all that benefits.  The environment does too. And  that's just the start of being  Power Smart.  Here's How  Other ways you can be Power Smart  ��� Halogen lighting J Motion detectors 3 Low voltage outdoor lighting  ��� Electronic and mechanical timers ��� Dimmer switches ��� 34-wait fluorescent tubes  J Electronic ballasts ��� Infrared heat lamps.  Ask Us Where  To find where to buy Power Smart products in your  neighbourhood, just call:  1800663-1689  Monday -Friday 9 a.m.-9 p.m.  .Saturday 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m.-5 p.m.  BC hydro  SAVES  : 1  davls bay news  Cedar Grove Elementary students trek about Camp Byii((  Wednesday and Thursday to learn about the woods In the  Roberts Creek scout camp. Joel Johnstone photo I   j  I  v  I  by Jo-Anna Sheanh  885-3(29  We have a couple of vcy  sharp crib players here in our  midst and I wonder how many  people realize it? Lloyd Breeden  and Ray Page won the Zone  Championship at the legion,  then went to Langley and won  the Provincial Championship.  Three weeks ago, they represented BC in the national playoffs in Ottawa and won first  prize in the Crib Doubles - con  gratulations guys. Their wives  accompanied them and all had a  marvellous time, bringing back  trophies and prizes. That's  putting Sechelt on the map, isn't  it?  Sea to Sea, the Sunshine  Choristers Concert held on Friday and Saturday nights, was a  fun time for everyone. The performers in the show enjoyed  what they did and the audience  caught the enthusiasm and  joined in. The finale was a  ^erts Creek I^0  LAST  GENERAL MEETING  Wednesday, June 17  SNACKS  Bingo  Tuesday Nights floors  open 530 Bingo at 7:15  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  I Closed Sundays   |  FINAL MEAT DRAWS  (UNtlLSEPT.)  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CAPILANO  COLLEGE      2055 PurceN Way-North Vancouver-BC  heart-grabber with Ihe colour  party of the Royal Canadian  Legion dipping their flags and  members of the Sechelt RCMP  Detachment in their scarlets*  marching smartly onto the stage  and taking Ihe salute.  Some people told me the  nexl day that when O Canada]  was sung, Ihey were so proud lo  be Canadians, ihey had tears in  their eyes. Truly, it did make us  all proud. A super show.  There are three dales for you  to remember ihis week ��� June  14 at 2 pm is the spring concert  at St. John's Church featuring  Alice llorsman and Friends..  The potluck supper al the hall is  the same day at 6 pm. Hilda  Coslerlon will give a talk on  Islam at the association meeting  on June 9 al 1 pm.  Father's Day is coming up  June 21 so you still have plenty  of time to choose that something special for dad. Maybe  this year it can be something  altogether different ��� pictures  of the grandchildren are always  appreciated, a best seller he can  cozy up to at night, some fishing tackle, or maybe just a letter  or phone call ��� the possibilities are limitless.  NEWS TIPS  CALL  M5��3930^  ' Special Events_  '    Outdoor Picnics  '  in ���Yjjftdinqs, etc..  Also Septic  Tank Pumping  Bonniebrook  Industries    I  886-7064 community  ( nasi News,   linicH. I't'lJ  Mayor Nancy MacLarty  'mailed Ihe 3000th and 3001st  jjosIciikIs last week demanding the "immediate and  unconditional release of Zhang  Weiping," u Chinese cartoonist sentenced to nine years in  Jail alter the Tianamen Square  massacre. Since 1990, Zhang  has been the "prisoner of conscience" for Sechelt's Amnesty  International group.  halfmoon bay happenings  by Margaret Wall, 885-440*  There's nothing quite so  scary to new parents as the first  lime they're left on iheir own  with Iheir new baby. In Ihe hospital everything was laken care  of by ihe staff, and if a problem  arose Ihere was a professional  person right Ihere to turn to.  Now, at home, you're totally  responsible for this liny human  being. And you're tired. And  maybe scared. Enter Tell-a-  Ciran.  Tell-a-Oran is a telephone  support system for new parents.  It allows women who have  raised their own children lo give-  valuable advice lo young parents struggling with a new baby.  If you want lo volunteer for this  service call 883*9310 for more  information.  It sounds like a great idea to  me. Wish they'd had it 31 years  ago when my son was born.  Hospital Auxiliary  The hospital auxiliary,  Sechelt branch will hold ils reg  ular monthly meeting on Thurs  day, June 11, al I Ml pm in St.  Hilda's Hall. This will be Ihe  last meeiing until September  and everyone is wished a greal  summer.  Sechelt Elementary  llie school is justly proud of  Ihe fact that the students raised  J4.MX) with their Jump Rope for  Heart and there are some funds  yet to come in. Congratulations,  Jump Ropers; the Heart Fund  people are proud of you, loo.  livery week a different class  gels a chance to visit with the  folks al Totem Lodge. Visitors  and residents alike enjoy the  experience.  Many lhanks go out to Barb  Johnson for encouraging Ihe visits to Totem Lodge.  Volunteer leaders are needed  for the Cubs, Heavers and  Scouts groups which will be  reassembling in September.  Carillon Music Program  Sunshine Coasl School District's Continuing Education  department will be offering Car  illon Music courses for children  age four to five years and six lo  seven years, starting in Septem  ber 1992.  The cosl is $40 per month  for weekly one hour sessions  and parents learn along wilh  their children.  For more information about  this course or lo register call  885-2991 or Judy Mclver al  8864949.  Writers Forge  On Wednesday, June 10 Ihe  Writers Forge will be having its  annual polluck supper/party to  wind down the meetings until  the fall.  This is rather a special occasion, though.  It's the 10th anniversary for  Ihe forge and there will be a  cake.  Non-members are invited  also, so come along and help us  celebrate. It will be held at  Rockwood Centre in the dining  room at 6:30 pm.  by Rulh Forrester, 885-2418  i'. If you have ever wondered  ijust what goes on al Ihe Wildlife  ���Rehabilitation Centre in Halfmoon Bay, you will soon have a  Meat opportunity lo see for  ���yourself some of lite great work  accomplished on behalf of our  animal and bird friends.  An Open House is planned  for Saturday, June 27, from  noon onward. Refreshments will  be served and there will be  entertainment by Reg Dickson.  NORTH OAKS  767 North Rd., Gibsons, B.C.  26 Adult Oriented  * Single Level Townhomes  1 & 2 Bedroom Units  from  $91,900 - $101,900  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP.  886-4680  Joanne Dickeson, who runs the  centre, will be on hand lo  answer questions and explain  what is involved in taking care  of injured wildlife.  There is always a need for  funding for this establishment,  so donations and memberships  will certainly be appreciated.  The localion of ihe site is on the  second Trout Lake Road as you  drive the highway front Sechelt  past Trout Like.  Annual meeting  Residents are reminded of  Ihe Welcome Beach Community  Association's annual general  meeting al the hall this Wednesday, June 10 at 7:30. This is an  important meeting requiring as  much input as possible from all  members old and new.  Homeward bound  By the time this column hits  the newsstand, our visitors from  Scotland who were here lo celebrate their golden wedding  anniversary, will be back home.  They left on Sunday after a  month of absolutely wonderlul  weather and of seeing some of  the beautiful interior parts of  BC, Some of the highlights were  an evening dip in Radium Hot-  springs as the rain battered  down; some nights spent in log  cabins at the edge of one of Ihe  beautiful emerald green lakes al  the base of the mountains near  Fort Steel.  Canoeing was a whole new  adventure for ihem.  Another night was spent in a  motel on Lake Osoyoos where  the temperature was about 104  degrees, making it essential to  have a swim in the lake to cool  off.  Then we stayed wilh some  long-lime friends at a ranch just  outside Kelowna where we were  joined by some other friends  wilh whom we had spent some  years climbing and skiing. This  was a wonderful reunion of  some old buddies wilh lots of  teminiscing about good times  together.  Notice Board  Deadline fair submissions is Wednesday noon (lor Monday distribution)  On-gtiing submissions will he deleted alter *��� weeks unless a specific renewal request is made.  We reserve the right to edit submissions for brcvlly  All submissions should refer lo nun-profit events of genuine community interest  MONDAY, JUNE 8  The Sunahina Coaat Peaea Group meets at  Roberts Creek School Llbary at 7:30pm. Local  resident Caiol Stewart will speak and show  slides on her recent El Salvador trip.  Refreshments. All welcome.  TUESDAY, JUNE 9  Pandar Harbour Acquatlc Soclaty Annual  General Meeting at the Centre. 6:00pm.  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 10  Ravena' Cry Theatre Cedar Gove, West  Sechelt and Sechelt Elementary School Choirs  to perlorm at 7:00 pm. Free. Limited seating.  West Howe Sound Electore Association  General Meeting, Langdale Elementary School.  7:30pm.  Elphinstone Electors Association General  Meeting 7:30. Cedar Grove Elem. School. All  Aiea "E" welcome and urged to attend.  THURSDAY, JUNE It  Hospital Auxiliary Sechelt Branch regular  monthly meeting at St. Hildas. 1:30pm.  RNABC Dinner Meeting 6:30pm, Blue Heron  Rest. Contact Bev Miller 885-3648 lor lutther  info.  SATURDAY, JUNE 13  BC Coalition of Motorcyclists Meeting at 5:00  pm. Caie Klaus, Sechelt. Foi more Info call 885-  7570.  SUNDAY, JUNE 14  Spring Concert Alice Horsman and Friends. St.  John's Uniled Church, Davis Bay. 2:00 pm.  Tickets $8.00 available at Talewind Books and  Books n' Stuff.  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17  The Sunshine Coast Home Support Society's  Annual General Meeting will be held In the  Home Support ollice, Room 202, 5710 Teredo  Square Sechelt.  THURSDAY, JUNE 18  Dessertl Fashion Showl Special Speakerl  Ladles' Fellowship Night 7:00pm, Bethel Baptist  Church. Contact Marilyn 885-9065 for ticket  information.  SATURDAY, JUNE 20  Sth Annual Healing Arts Festival Rockwood  Centie Sechell. 10-4pm. Bring whole family.  Some spaces still available 885-2522 tor more  Information.  SUNDAY, JUNE 21  12 30 noon The Opening of an Exhibition ot  Paintings by Patricia R. Logie and Patricia L.  Forst will take place at Rockwood Centre, the  north wing. Public welcome. This exhibition will  continue until September.  MISCELLANEOUS  The Parent Tot Drop In In Sechell and Wilson  Creek Is now closed for summer break. Will  reopen in October 1992. The Gibsons Drop In  will remain open til the end of June, on  Wednesday and Friday Only, 9:30 to 11:30 am.  Gibson Uniled Church. For into call 886-8648 or  885-5861.  Square Dancing - Beginners classes start  September. Register now. For Info 885-9680 or  885-9500.  Attention: Ex - NWT Residents 6th Annual  Picnic. June 14th, 1992 at 12:00 noon - 8:00  pm. Bear Creek Provincial Park, Kelowna, BC.  Bring your own lunch and refreshments. For info  call Al Hall (604) 764-2347 or H. Glick (604)  768-2158.  Sechelt Star Search Auditions for Sechelt  Celebration Days. Open to ages 13 to 21. For  info 885-9091.  Volunteer canvassers are urgently needed in  the Roberts Creek area for the Canadian  Cancer Society during the monlh of April, if you  are Interested, have a few hours lo spare over  the next four weeks, then please Katharine  Trueman 885-2282. thank you,  Chatelech Secondary School Seeking  donated books. Please drop off at Shadow Box  Gallery.  Elphinstone Pioneer Muaeum is open seven  days a week. The various displays aie constantly changing. Fvsiyone Welcome. Located at 716  Winn Road In Holland Park, across Irom  Gibsons Post Office. For info 866-8232.  Totem Lodge - Everyday Is visiting day at  Totem Lodge. Visit the pioneers of your community.  Folk Dancing at Roberts Creek School,  Community Use Room. Every Tues 7:00 - 9:00  pm. Fee $3.00 Drop in, everyone welcome.  The Inter-Active Video Business Disc  Program Is now available at Ihe Sunshine  Coast Business Development Centre, ��205-  5710 Teredo Square, Info 885-1959. The user  fee Is only $10.00 tor three 3 hour sessions  MONDAYS  St. Hilda's A St. Andrew's Youth Group every  Monday night. All young people welcome. Call  885-6036, for more info.  Gibsons Penelonera Branch #38 Scottish  Country Dancing at Harmony Hall al 8:00 pm.  Information 866-3043.  Sunahlne Coaat Breaat Feeding Support  Group. Informal drop-In meetings on the first  Monday of each month. Luinda, 886-4502 or  Wendy, 885-2950.  Seniors' Branch 69, Carpet Bowling, Mondays  1:30 pm. Exercise with Joan Frembd Mons. &  Thursdays-11-12.  Ovsrsatsrs Anonymous 7:30 pm. Holy Family  Church Hall., Sechelt. Phone 885-2108 or 886-  4781 for details.  Adult Children of Alcoholics ��� or  Dyslunctlonal Families meel al St. Marys  Church Hall In Gibsons, 7:30 - 9.  Sunshine Coaat Breakaway Parents Meeting  for parents concerned about their children's  drug S alcohol use. 807 Kiwanis Way, Gibsons.  7:30 pm. For info call 886-2423.  TUESDAYS  First Tuesday of every month, local art rental &  sales at Sunshine Coast Art Centre. Open 2-  6pm. Coffee served. Original works by Sunshine  Coast artists for sale or rent; any donations of  unused frames gratefully accepted. 685-5412.  WEDNESDAYS  Sunshine Coast Toastmasters Final meeting  Wednesday at 7:30 pm at Chatelech High  School, Room 112. Finishing June 10 until fall.  Into 885-3206. Guests welcome  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic at Coast Garibaldi Heallh  Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday from 7  to 9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment  necessary. 885-7770.  3C's Weight Loss Support Group meets every  Thursday alternoon 12:45-2:30pm, at the Uniled  Chuich, Glassloid Rd., Gibsons. Into: 886-7159.  Seniors' Branch 69. Exercise with Joan  Frembd Mondays & Thursdays 11-12.  Adult Children ol Alcoholics or  Dysfunctional Families meet at the Action  Centre In Sechelt, 7:30 - 9.  FRIDAYS  United Church Thrift Shop in basement of  church off Truman Rd��� open Fridays, 1 to 3 pm.  Gibsons Pensioners Org Bianch ��38 Tia Chi  at 1:30 and caids at 7:00 pm for seniors at  Harmony Hall every Friday. Inio 886-9619 or  886-9000.  SATURDAYS  Youth Drop in Center. Grade 7 and up. Come  and go as you please. 5123 Davis Bay Road.  7:00-11:00pm.  SUNDAYS  The Sunshine Coaat Stamp Club meet 7:30  pm 1st and 3rd Sunday at Sechelt Library.  Phone 885-3381 or 885-70B8. Open tor all  BIRKENSTQCK  It's More  than a  Shoe   It's a Lifestyle  Ar��liable at  Coast Cobbler --*.  5W- tutfi, liny i<> i sethi-it HH5-6393 rn*^  ,                            I  ^  i? 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Ill OF GARDEN BAY  RD  HWY. lot 883-9541  Pender  Harbour  Legion  Branch 112  Members & Guests  Always Welcome  Telephone 883 9632  MARINA  'HARM AC Y  883-2888  porf  Pender Harbour's ONLY  Full Line Sporting Goods Store  Francis Peninsula Place  Comei ul Sunsliine Coast Hwy A  Francis Peninsula Rd. 883-2763  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580*4321  CALL COLLECT  Pendei llaillmia, B.C. 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  "CALL DENISE AT  885-3930  DINING  kl  ROOFING  emdale  Tar & Gravel, Shakes, Shingles,  Metal Roofs, Torch On, Durolds  883-9303  /&*  Garden  Bay  Hotel  I'nti ��� WntPrtnml Hmtniiriinl ��� Mi minor*  AliCtwHlet* ��� tlnhtng Charters - Btki- HwiUli  PUB RKSTAJRAinT  8832G74 883-9919  HAIRDRESSERS  Peninsula Power  & Cable Ltd.  Hkjli and low voltage powei lines  Outdoor Sub-Statioiis  883-2218  Cert 7111  Ray Hansen Tiitcking  & Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883-9222  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  ���CALL DENISEflT  885*3930  m matrix  Miss Sunny's  HAIR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  SERVICES  Hugh W.Jones  LAWYER  883-9525  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX:883-9S24  la*^^lta<aai 10  CcMstNews, lune 8, 1992  Your Family Food Store9'  Serving the Community Since 1950  Our Summer Hours  are now in effect.  4O0off  Trail Bay Mall. Sechelt 885-2025  Meat 885-9812       Bakery 885-9823  Sunday 10 ��� 6  Mon ��� Thurs 9 ��� 7  Fri9-9 ��� Sat9-6.  DETAILS  AT THE  DELI  These are just a few  of the more than 350  specials you 11 find  in store for you.  Prices effective Monday,  June I*. ��� Sunday, June 14  Groceries  Groceries  Bakery  Best Poods - reg or light  Mayonnaise  750 ml you save 1.51  Orange Juice  909 ml you save 1.01  Imperial  margarine  1.36 kg you save 1.41  Becel - soft  Margarine  907 g you save 1.01  Tortilla Chips  454 g you save .81  ^���J��:��������������^^w*<���,���i^���l*a^��l7:^M i  ���Roses "':���     >���*������." '   \  tur  10 kg   .you save 3.51  goM-regorgrariola  Raisin Bran  925 g I, yousave 1.51  Kellogg's  Fruit Loops  275 g .you save .97  Steinfeld  Mil Pickles  750ml yousave .51.  Sun Dew - organic  .Apple Juice  3.7 L you save 2.11  ���BmH Con Carne  425 g you save .61  Salad Dressing  L... .you save 1.11  lid Dressing   you save 1.47  Sauce  'ml you save 1.31  gleemark  ulbs   you save .51  Vood  709g yousave .41  Friskies - Miss Mew  Cat Food  298  148  288  298  188  I48  548  248  228  .98  588  1"  188  188  268  .68  .58  300 g .......you save .90  Produce  Callfdrnia  CO!  >m on the Cob  U.S. - Seedless  Watermelon  cut or whole 55 kg  LC>    -A  Cornmeal Bread  454 g   Lemon Cream Pie  8"   Date Super Muffins  pkg of 4   Cherry  Almond Slices  pkg of 6.  echelt  our Dough  454 g.  Marie Anne Shells  Canada Gr. A Beef  Top Sirloin  Steak  iroom Tissue  4:8 you save 1.01  you save ..30 %3��mmwlaW  118  s - cups or  am Cones  .....you save .97  Drinks-reg or diet  or Pepsi  21.... .you save .71  Ho Name - regular  Marshmallows  46-tf you oave .41  23S  V*  Canada Gr. A Beef - Inside Round  Baron of  Beef Roast  6.59 kg   Fresh  Frying  Chicken Halves  2.84 kg   Fresh - Boneless  Chicken Breast  11.00^   Fresh - Back Attached  Chicken Legs  Family Pack 2.16 kg  Vans - Breaded  Chicken Cutlets  3.29 kg   Fletchers  Smokehouse  Bacon  Brothers - Garlic, .Seer or  Ham  Sausage Rings  500g   Schneiders - all varieties  Weiners  450g   Ohrmpic - hot or mild  Italian Sausage  5.05*1.^;...,...:.:  299  248  229  ea  lb  6O0off  Any Deli Item  yfrqi*** Limit one per customer  i,tA*-��aqe'   0tfer Expires June 14,199,'  M^M^BBBMl Coast News, June 8, 1442  11  community  The thought of painting one's abode Is rarely deemed a joyous undertaking, but the recent fine Pender weather has  made most otherwise mundane outside chores seem a pleasure. Anne Cook photo  Foster parents  help change world  Local residents are making a difference in the world. Exchanging  thoughts for action, Gibsons' residents Lome and Cheryl Baron are  now making an impact on the lives of Mamta, her family and community in far-off India ��� without ever leaving home.'  The Baron family has chosen lo sponsor a child thYougli a small  monthly contribution to Foster Parents Plan of Canada. In so doing,  they are helping lo change the world ��� one child at a time.  Foster Parents Plan is an international human development agency  that links sponsors in Canada with needy children in the developing  countries of the world. The sponsor's contribution of $27 a monlh is  used lo help not only the child, but an entire family and community  as well. Plan programs offer medical care, education, technical training and counselling.  Recipient families participate fully in their own development ���  one half of a true partnership of hope, ensuring that projects will  carry on long after Foster Parents Plan is no longer needed. The contribution sent by a family's sponsor enables them to participate in  whatever program} are applicable to iheir own development needs.  There are over 600,000 children in 25 countries being sponsored  by people in Canada, Australia, Belgium, Japan, the Netherlands, the  United Kingdom, ihe United States and Germany. Canadians alone  sponsor more than 100,000 children.  Foster Parents Plan is a non-profit, non-sectarian, non political  international development organization, officially registered with the  federal government. All donations are eligible for tax credits.  Further information may be obtained by writing to Foster Parents  Plan at 153 St. Clair Avenue West, Toronto, Ontario, M4V IP8; or  by calling toll free 1-800-268-7174.  Beachcomber  Dos Grooming  Big or Small - We do them all!  ���Clip  ��� Bathing &  Flea Dip  886-8191     Kelly Freeman-Krom, Certilied Dog Gioomer  Buy one, get one.  %  harbour watch  by Jacalyn Vincent  A public hearing will be held  on June 10 lo review the Sunshine Coast Regional District  (SCRD) Electoral Area A  Bylaw 3.17. This important  meeting will begin at 7 pm in  the Pender Harbour Community  Hall in Madeira Park. If you  would like to voice your opinion  and cannot attend the meeting,  you may address written concerns lo the SCRD at Box 800,  Sechelt.  Volunteers are still needed  for the centre, please contact  Linda Curtis at 883-2819 or the  Info Centre at 883-2561. Retired  persons welcome.  Small Craft Safety  Here's a great course for any  age group to participate in. On  June 15 a Small Craft Safety  Survival Instructor Course will  be presented at Garden Bay  Lake in Pender Harbour. You  musl pre-register for this course  by contacting Marie al the Pender Harbour Aquatic Centre  883-2612.  Tent for rent  The Marquee tent owned by  the May Day Committee is now  available lo rent. This 20 by 20  tent is great for weddings, pares or just a good time. The  committee charges $300 which  ncludes setup and removal. For  details call 883-2770 before 5  pm. II is wise to book well  ahead of the planned dale of use.  As the Tide Changes  News buffs, here's an interesting fact if you have been in  tune wilh Ihe World Environmental Summit in Rio: the  world's population is growing at  a rate of 92,000,000 per year.  The new owners of Ruby  Lake Resort hope to have their  doors open by the middle of  June.  Until next week ��� be good  to yourself!  BUY ONE PAIR OF CLASSES AND  WKI.I. GIVE YOU A SECOND PAIR.  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PEMiBms  v i s i o a i  emsscs m om now  Park Royal South, West Vancouver  925*9515  CiMOPHnaViaanCaaMfolCanaaa. UtnM  by Lynn Mees ���  So this weekend is the big day. Yes, that's right ��� Egmont Day  on June 13 and that is a Saturday, folks, the day after Brent and  Annet's big day ... wedding day, that is. Can we handle all this celebrating? You bet.  There's a fun-filled day lined up for Egmont Day. Starting in the  morning is the kids' fishing derby, followed by the kids' sports  events, with hot dogs, juice and coffee on the go at the hall.  Get your face painted by some of our young local talent.  The dinner event is the famous Egmont Community Club smorgasbord.  If you're a member, please bring one of your favourite dishes.  There will be a list at the post office, so check it out.  To top the evening off, we're going dancing. Egmont's favourite,  The Purple Gang, is showing up to get on down. To get your presold, not at the door tickets, see Betty, Yolie, Kelly M. and Marten or  just ask around.  Also, rumour has il that they're looking for a queen to preside over  Egmont Day ��� that's male or female, folks. The only hitch is lhat the  queen's attire has to come from the Egmont Thrift Store. See Pat  Thibideau for details.  Pat has also mentioned that on lhat day, you can bring all your aluminum cans and cardboard for recycling and John Dafoe will take it  away for you.  The Backeddy Pub is now open on Mondays again. I hear that  oysters will be a regular item on the menu.  Baby talk  We wish Cheryl and Don the best wilh the birth of their baby and  hope you gel home soon so everyone can swoon. Take care everyone,  see ya around.  CpASTNEVvS  V   ���*���    ���     M  JgSEgrate pica  DOUBLE  YOUR  IMPACT.  When you want maximum coverage of'your target customers in the  Sunshine Coast market, you should consider advertising in both  the Coast News on Mondays and  the Coast News Weekender edition on Thursdays  This double-barreled combination of the Coast News and the Weekender  will ensure that your advertising message covers  your target audience most effectively  Call the Coast News advertising department today at  885-3930 or 886-2622.  Take Advantage  Of No-Holding-Back,  WhHe-Wesrinahouse  .Savings. Ami  GSfBack!  MMM  ma  mm  mm 12  Coast New* lune 8. IW2  IIMI'KI KIMM'R.iM til llll WEBK  The Creek House  Intimate  Dining  European  Cuisine  Summer  Hours  Open im Dinner  fi pm I Inns - Sun  Reservations  Requested  aRS-Wil  Dim tly AcraM From  Ihe KnhMs Creek Store  FAMILY DINING  Andy ��� flnlwnnl I unch .uul dinner  special everyday. Every Wednesday  nighl i^ Prime K.l> Night House ine  clottlei Include veil dishes, iteaks,  seafood, paite, pizza, thai foixl .md  lotaol NHVdi-.hr* Don't ml�� Andy's  greal Brunch fluffel every Sunday from  ll .mi 2:30 pm, llw) 101, Gibsons,  w> nin ( y n Sunday and Monday  ll  am   9 pm, ruesda)   Saturday il  .un   lUpm.  Tht Boil Houi* |usl fl ferry ride .iw.iv  in beautiful Horseshoe lf.iv, offering  daily choices ol fresh .md flash frozen  seafood from the West, Host .uul (.nil  ( posts ii well .i-i.i variel) ol oUter spe  dallies. |oin us after .1pm foi dinnei or  for our spectacular Sunday Brunch,  served between 10:30 am nnd 2 pm.  Friendly service in 0 relaxed atmo  sphere ond fabulous meais arc jusl  some ol Ihe reuotu you'll keep coming  Kick. II you have an Important ren  dezvous or .1 ferry to catch, please let  ns know and we ll make the necenan  accommodations. For raervaHons c.ill  121 8188. All nt.it.-r credit caeds accept  ed,  Gift Plstrat t omfortaMe itnmphete  with warm, helpful stall. Howesnade  pastas, quiches .md daily specials nt  all prepared wilh ilw Iri'tlw*! utft'evlt  fills bom hf.iltliiulanddebrioua (Vr  whole wheat bread and ���.crump-Ji.-w*  desKrls .irt- baked fresh daflj  premises. Outside dining, iake out  orders for lite beach and cappucdnc  are available. Hie Coasts's bistro, a*  unique as the Coasl itself, M-ixiav if  Siitunl.iv. 9 am ^ pm. <��� losed Sundaj.  teredo Stjunri*. Sechelt. Phone .it�� .ii  for your lunch! 885-9962-  Dir Ubanen Rsslaursnf ��� Now open in  Gibsons Park Plaza, Hwy. lot. Lunch  and Dinner features Include Chicken,  Beef, I amb and Vegetarian dishes,  Shishkebabs, Fa la fe Is, Cappuccino,  Espresso and Desserts. ��� Ipen 7 days a  wepk, lit am . ll pm. Fat In or take-out.  Catering for parties and weddings. 8W<  1^72. Everything we make is made  with lovel  HsM-A-Wsy Restsuraat Bring the whole  Familv .md Join us (or greal dining al  the I faid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons  Motor Inn on I fwy, 10I al Park R��i. ()ur  friendly, helpful staff ami warm, pleas  ant atmosphere will add lo youi enjoy  merit nt our excellent breattast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section. We're open Mon -  rhurs530am to8 pm, Fri-Eta!5:30-9  pm and Sunday 5:30 am 8 pm. Our  Sunday buffet (11 am 2 pm)fr.iiutc.a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes and  desserts. Fat to your heart's content.  Reservations 886-4301. " scats plus  banquet room.  Tht Omega Pizza. Steak snd Lobsttr House  - With a perfect view of Gibsons Man  na, and a good time atmosphere, the  Omega is a people watcher's paradise.  You'll often see Bruno Gerussl, former  star of the Beachcombers, dining hen*.  Menu includes pi/za, pasta, steaks and  seafood. Steaks and seafood are their  specialties. Banquet facilities available,  very special children's menu. Reservations recommended, located in (iibsons Harbour at 281 Gower Point Rd.  886-2266, Open for lunch Mon. - Fri.,  11:30. 230; dinner dally A -9 pm, Tri,  A: Sal.,'M III pm.  Vlllags Rsstaurant Co*) family style  cafe wilh an extensive menu featuring  special pasta dishes, steak and seaftxid  dinners. Come in and check oul our  daily lunch and dinner specials or have  breakfast anytime. Saturdays are Prime  Rib nights. Fully licensed, open 7 days  a week, Mon. Ihurs., 7 am to R pm;  Fri., Sat. h Sun., 7 am to <i pm. 5665  Cowrie Street, Sechelt, 88^ ��8i i . Visa h  Mastercard accepted.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Crash House- Intimate dining and European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. We serve rack of  lamb, duck, crab, clams, scallops,  steaks, also daily specials. Reservations  recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue 885*9321. ('pen fi  pm. Closed Mondays & Fuesdays. Visa  & Mastercard. 4" seats.  Joty Roger Inn * Spectacular walerfronl  dining in Secret Cove. I unch and dinner served seven davs a week from  11:00 a.m. - 2.(111 a.m. l.unch specials  daily. Dinner menu includes fresh  seafood, chicken, steaks, pasta and  pizza with homemade dougn made on  the premises. A children's menu is also  available. Join us (or Brunch .Saturday  and Sunday from 10:00 a.m. 2HKI p,m.  Our Dockside deli is open weekends  only 5:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. for breakfast  ami lunch. Fully licensed. Visa, Master  can! and American Express. Mercer  Road, Secret Cove. Reservations recom*  mended. 885 7184.  The Wharf - Open for breakfast, lunch  ami dinner seven days a week. Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets Irom  every table. Continental cuisine and  seafood at its besl. Sunday Brunch  from 8 am 2 pm. Tully licensed ami  air conditioned. Dinner reservations  recommended. Ilwy. 101, Davis flay,  8857285.  Now China Kitchen - N, -w open IN 11 IF  Gfffi-ONR PARK I'l A/A. IIOOItWY.  101. tome enjoy our Gourmet Chinese  Mullet featuring over |6 tiot dishes plus  salad bar & dessert, Also featuring two  tull service menus including Canadian  Cuisine, I unch or Dinner, licensed  premises, dining facilities for meetings,  banquets and parties. Hours: Sunday  Fhursday 11:30 am   Hi pm. Friday &  Saturday, 11:30 am   llwO pm, lunch  buffel ll Mlaui 2: Htpm, dinner buffet  4 ���(> pm    8: II out. Pot reservations call  88r, HJ28. Visa/Mastercard accepted.  Bscssddy Pub Enjoy the natural beauty  ol [ervls Inlet while tasting one of our  man) homestyle specialties in the pub;  oi the casual surroundings of our fami  \\ restaurant* Oui "Skookum Burger"  is ,i challenge tO the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub located 1/2 mile north  of Egmont on Maple Road,  Cottars Neighbourhood Pub    (ireat food  every day ail day. Appetizers ami full  menu al.tig with terrific dally specials,  available tit g pm every night. We're  known tor our gnat atmosphere and  goes! t-p-v* Hnv Ihurs open 'hi mid  ��� Kg ��� J-M! open til l am. Visa,  hb-a-Sf.rr.wvf jf-J itsrrvoMbhs accepted.  NM17I |  mtaf i .tm*ni **t*   (Hirsmrt menu offers  ��� .���'���*. 4 KMv^nvn-anj Mittees fea  : . i i panJ-B i kiJ fresh vaftxxf  m j nr toted! -wTOe-i-jf. wi*h ocean view.  Au-ap JtflnmcT tv* Itro, $30. We're  r*-���� (-pert 7 ilsv-t i wvrk llll with our  lukfrmc-r**- frr-cn II 10. Tender liar  boor. OT HIV Mastercard fc Visa.  Fully licensed.  SachottLoatoniiSO One of the besl bar  g.Tins on the Co*asi, every Friday night,  are the fabulous borbequed steak dinners ��enrd trom fi to 8 pm for only  y* 75. Dinner includes a fi at. 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 lo Friday from 11 am to 2 pm.  Daily specials are featured along with a  regular menu that includes chicken  strips, burgers and sandwiches. Ihurs-  day is Fish 6c Chips, featuring a full  order of the tastiest fish and chips with  cole slaw for only $4.55. Jake out  orders available. Members and guests  welcome, "ui Wharf Street, Sechelt.  88S W22  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn I mated tm the waler  front, enjoy the view of Fast Porpoise  Bay. Relax and experience the deck  which is now open for lunch and din-  ner.Observe the tranquil ducks and  Seese or dine bv moonlight with a can-  le al your table. In savor this superb  dining experience, reservations are  required lor dinner. Fully licenced.  Hours, Wednesday* Sunday, l.unch 11  am 2pm, Dinner 5 pm. fl8<3847.  Choi Ptiippe it Bonniebrook Lodge. Open  Chef Philippe formerly of the Roof  restaurant at the Hotel Vancouver is  now at Bonniebrook. We have line  West Coast cuisine prepared from fresh  B.C. ingredients, an extensive wine list  ami expert service, intimate dining in  the I leritage I odge dining room with a  superb view of the Georgia Strait and  the surrounding shoreline. Watch the  sunset from your lable. lake a stroll  along the beach after dinner. Follow  Gower Point Road to Ocean Beach  Esplanade, Reservations recommended  88fi 2188. Visa, Master card. Tull  licensed, (>pen 5.30 to W0 pm, 7 days a  week.  Et Mao - Dine in the finest ocean view  restaurant in Gibsons landing. Savour  the delights of fresh seafood from  around llie world. Our extensive Dinner Menu includes fresh seafood in our  soup, salad, hot or cold appeti?ers,  main courses anil pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and lamb.  Caesar salad for two and fIambi*  desserts are prepared at your tableside.  Our lunch menu contains sandwiches  and burgers. Sunday buffet brunch is  served from 1130 am - 2.*) pm $12.95  I unch hours: Ihurs thru Mon 11:30 -  2:30. Dinner hours: Wed thru Mon 4:30  - 9-30. CLOSED TUESDAYS. Visa and  Mastercard. Reservations recommended. 886 3891.  Lord Jim's Resort HoM A tranquil view  of Ihormanby Islands and Malasptna  Strait set the theme for a beautiful night  out. Friendly, courteous staff, ftne  International cuisine, special desserts,  comfortable surroundings, and soft  music add up to make yours a night to  remember. We feature daily dinner  specials as well as our popular "table d'  hole". Summer hours Monday through  Sunday 8:00 2:00, 6:00 10:00. Visa,  Mastercard, American Fxpress. Reservations recommend. 885- 7038  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Ernie I Omits Drive la lake out, or  delivery. PIzm, dinners, salads, burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks, ice cream.  Tree home delivery within 4 miles,  after 3 pm only, on $10 minimum  orders. Small charge for orders under  $10.1 Iwy, HH. (Iibsons. 886 7813.  leisure  The Sunshine (nasi Choristers pel fm nieil two nights nl Ihe Hindi's Cry Theatre.  Sunshine Coast Choristers perform  Talented Coast group bits high note  hy Ruth Forrester  last weekend's audience m tbe Raven's  Cry Theatre was musically transported front  sea In shining sea ul Ihis groat land wo call  Canada, thanks to the Sunshine Chin islets  and guests.  Under the leadership of director Joan  Scales, llie choir members were in line form  and showed much Improvement over last  year's presentation, which was at that time  very good ll was even better ihis time  around,  Ihe harmony and feeling in the selections  was outstanding ��� in particular, their gentle rendition of "All In An April livening"  was quite moving.  Coasl News columnist Jo-Anne Sheanh  did a fine job of introducing and giving brief  histories Of each province from the Atlantic  to the Pacific.  Piper John Webb was first on stage, rep  resenting the Atlantic Provinces, followed  by Scottish Country Dancing.  lor Ihe Irish in Ihe audience, liddlet Katie  Angermeyer and Maun McCappln on bor-  ran drums had feet lapping with jigs and  reels.  Soloist Alice Horseman, who always  delights, gave two beautiful solos in French  to represent Quebec,  The Sunshine Coasl Counlry Stars performed some lively square dances to represent the Prairies, followed by soloist Anne  Wilkinson who had the audience sing with  her in some good old Weslem selections.  Between solos, Ihe choir sung popular  pieces: Working on the Railroad, Church in  Ihe Wildwood, Peace in the Valley, the  Maple Leaf Forever, to name but a few  familiar songs.  Comedienne Ronnie Dunn was at her  most glamorous when she spoke in praise of  (ieritol, and how you loo could have a body  like hers. Ronnie always brings the house  down wiih her deadpan comedy and perfect  liming.  All loo soon came time for the grand  finale, when ihe choir came among ihe audience lo join hands in the singing of This  Land is Your Land. While Ihe choir was offstage, two members of the RCMP, resplendent in scarlet uniforms, look Ihe salute wilh  flag bearers from Ihe Royal Canadian  legion as Ihe theatre rang wilh Ihe rendition  of 0 Canada.  This whole program was in celebration of  Ihe 125th anniversary of Canada, and I know  we all lefl the theatre feeling proud to be cit-  izent of this great country, regardless of  where we were born.  Lei us hope the remaining celebration  programs are as inspiring as Ihe show by Ihe  Sunshine Choristers,  [  Q|A|tfy@*CHlK  CHICKEN AND PASTA  The Home of Charbroiled Chicken  OPEN 7 DAYS  Monday to Saturday  11:00am- 10:00pm  Sundays & Holidays  4:00pm- 10:00pm  DELIVERY HOURS  ��t:00pm- 10:00pm  886-2445  POOIIOOHIGHVMV 101  CIIRSCllNS PARK PI AM  GIBSONS. 0 r  TAKE OUT, PICK UP  & FREE DELIVERY  Watch for  OUR  GRAND  OPENING  IN JUNE  poetry  When The Mill Was Our Mother  ll dreams on in green memory  thai small shabby iiulpnn  j.uiuiK'tl between woods and waler  in a suii'forsaken place  where life proceeded slowly  In Ihe mill's growling edicts -  where lime was kepi by shift whistles  below Ihe hooded mountain's lace.  When (he mill was our molher  orchestrating the days -  an erratic-tempered mother  of timber, brick mid rank smells -  an uncouth molher  of belching slacks and old machinery -  a strict minded mother  bending us surely to her will.  Yet, a nurturing mother  who deeded us a town to live in  tumbledown without prelensions  on the rainy river's brink  full of inrpaper palaces  wilh pulp-lined interiors -  full of simple caring people -  full of truth and common strength.  Like one family we lived  in the lost times, the unlorgolten times  in the lean limes. Ihe rough and ready times  thai were not like any other -  in that kingdom of friendly destiny  we had nothing, we had everything  by the tossing seas of silver yesterday  when the mill was our mother.  ���Peter Trower leisure  Anne of Green Cables choreographer Karen Boothroyd  Lionel Trudel pholo  Boothroyd's talents essential  element of 'Gables production  by Bill Forst  Crucial lo ihe art of a musical theatre production like Ihe  Sunshine Coasl Music Society's  upcoming staging of Anne of  Green Gables is the movement,  dance and placement of the  characters.  In Ihis second of a series of  profiles of the directors, we feature choreographer Karen  Boothroyd.  Those familiar wilh the  Music Society and Lyn Vernon  productions will recall the many  moments of thrills on the stage  of Pirates of Penzance, Cafe  Broadway and Fiddler on the  Roof. Karen Boothroyd of Gibsons directed the choreography  for all of these productions.  What is most remarkable is  Karen's still tender age of 25.  Her choreography debut with  Lyn Vernon's Fiddler was at the  age of 14,  ; Boothroyd was born and  raised in Gibsons where she  attended Elphinstone Secondary  School. While a student,  Karen's first love was dance.  Her first lesson was at the age  of four and she danced with  local instructor Marie Gracey  through childhood.  'Boothroyd was born  and raised in Gibsons'  Karen began to tutor fellow  students, which soon developed  into regular leaching.  In 1984 she founded Karen's  School of Performing Arts,  offering classes in dance and  movement which continue to  grow in popularity eight years  later.  Away from the Sunshine  Coast, Boothroyd studied and  performed at London's Pineapple Studios and in Los Angeles,  and in Vancouver with Theatre  Under the Stars' Guys and  Dolls, and in Company with the  Arts  Club's   'workshop  in  progress program.  Anne of Green Gables offers  an excellent vehicle for  Boothroyd's talents. The enthusiastic company includes a  dozen school children, some of  whom are star pupils of Karen's  School of Dance. Rehearsals for  the children's dance numbers  give every indication that they  may steal the show and the adult  stage settings arc an exciting  challenge.  As major a task as the choreography may be, Boothroyd will  also be on stage in the part of  Anne's bosom friend, Diana. To  make the challenge complete,  Karen will also learn the major  part of Anne, to serve as understudy lo Ltyle Kenyon.  Anne of Green Gables will  be performed at the Festival of  Ihe Written Arts Pavilion in  Sechelt in the first Iwo weeks of  July. Tickets are on sale and  may soon be in short supply.  Telephone the festival box  office at 885-9631.  ...BUT FUNNY  MacLEAN  MacLEAN  ONE NIGHT ONLY  TUESDAY,  JUNE 23  ELPHIE S CABARET  invites you lo win .i chance lo atlend  THE GREAT  CANADIAN  JULY 1. 1992  THUNOIRIllfll) 11ADIUM   UBC   VANCOUVER  w.lh  THE TRAGICALLY HIP, COLIN JAMES CRASH TEST  DUMMIES, CHRISSY STEELE, THE GRAPES OF  WRATH, THE SKY DIGGERS, EUGENE RIPPER  PLUS AS SPECIAL GUESTS  K ��*.  advance ticket* $10-at the door* $12   ���*���*��������**������ I���*'���* "J*"- M0REI  OORS OPEN 8:00PM each friday at imo a.m.  f AVAILABLE,  ELPHIE'S CABARET  HE'S CABARET  COMING SOON  w mm  THURSDAY - SATURDAY  JUNE 18 - 20  OPEN WED. - SAT.  8 PM-2 AM  GIHSONS I ANOINC.  886-3336  onthoartsboat  Lionel Thomas spoke'to an  attentive group ot people at the  Saturday opening of his exhibition, Celestial Visions.  Although most people easily  appreciate his work on a visual  level, few are probably aware of  the many fascinating concepts  which inspire Thomas and  which provide many of the  symbols, motifs and principles  shown in his work.  Chief among ihe sources of  inspiration are ihe named constellations which stimulated the  minds of ancient days lo perceive a world of beasts and personages in the heavens.  Thomas finds almosl equal  visual potential in scientific systems of understanding the heavens. His prints are a decorative  combination of information  from star charts, planetary  probes and telescopes (from ihe  scientific realm), plus the gods  and goddesses, beasts, monsters  and other fanciful beings from  ihe realm of mythology.  Lionel Thomas will be  donating 40 per cent of proceeds from sales of his work  during the exhibition, to be split  between regular revenue and the  building fund for the Arts Centre. He has also offered to  donate SO per cent of proceeds  from sale of unframed portfolio  prints to the building fund.  These portfolio prints will  only be available on Saturday  afternoons (June 13, 20 and 27)  from I to 4 pm, when Thomas  will be in attendance in the  gallery, or by appointment. For  more information phone 885-  5412.  Arts Centre hours are IO am  to 4 pm Wednesday to Saturday, and l to 4 pm Sunday.  NEW?  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL  US/  Helen Milburn        886-8676      Ruth Bulpit 885-5847  NanNanson 886-3416      Rosemarie Cook 885*5821  DISCOVER  THE HIDDEN TREASURE  IN SECRET COVE  JOLLY QOCED  DAILY LUNCH SPECIALS  Homemade Soup <bAQG  Sandwich  Served from 11:00 am"  Also Available after 10:00 pm in Smugglers Lounge  LWffi  Gibsons Legion/  Branch #109:  NCRIB  Saturdays  MIMIIRI ADD QUEST! 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UHJfmJ Coast News, June 8, 1992  15  sports  Coast victories at  provincial games  by Roxanne Gregory  Jolaine Percival and David O'Coffey are both smiling after reluming from the Provincial BC Senior Secondary Games which were  held last Friday at Swangard Stadium in Burnaby. Percival and  O'Coffey, bolh Grade 11 sludenis, participated in the track and field  events and were chosen to represent zone Five which includes the  North Shore, Squamish, Pemberton, and North and West Vancouver.  About 300 students from all over BC participated in these games.  Jolaine Percival won the gold medal for javelin throw wilh an  incredible 38.82 metres. Second place fell short at 34 metres. She  also competed in the shot pul events. This was Percival's second year  competing at the games. Jolaine has a competitive spirit, having previously competed twice in the BC Summer Games.  David O'Coffey ran the 1500 metre race with a personal best time  of 4.29.7 minutes. This was David's third race Ihis year, although his  first time in the BC Secortary Games.  Jolaine, who is planning lo attend UBC, will be going to the  Junior Development Camp Ihis summer which is sponsored by Sport  BC. She is also hoping her gold medal standing will enable her lo  participate in the Western Provincial Games lo be held later ihis year.  Coach Wendy Simmonds was obviously pleased when she said  "This is the first lime anyone on the Sunshine Coast has taken a gold  medal at these games...the kids work so hard, it's good that they get  some recognition."  Chatelech students who competed were Jesse Paquin, (800 metres  race), and Glen Allen who placed sixth in the javelin throw.  Roller blade hockey  rolls into Sechelt arena  Learning the finer points of wind surfing is no easy thing on a  blustery day on Davis Bay. Fortunately, this novice is well  acquainted with accomplished windsurfers like Rob Jackson (in  the background) who can show him the ropes.   Jiicl Johnstone  Roller hockey glided (with  less grace than enthusiasm) into  the Sechelt Arena last week,  and the only thing putting a hip  check on the proceedings,  according to organizer Gordon  Clayton, is ihe number of slick-  ���ING  APPROVED REINFORCED MEMBRANES  FOR SUNDECKS/ROOFDECKS  ALUMINUM/GLASS RAILINGS  883-2898  II you werf! .i<luei tisintj hern:  you'd he ri:.iilini|  .iliont  yourself - And so would  everybody else  JUTHERLAND  -~>r       SALES t IFRVICE LTD.__  BOX 342 Madeira Pari, B.C. 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About 40 to 50 people  showed up for the first skating  session, Clayton says ��� enough  to demonstrate a real interest  but not yet enough players to  allow for the formation of an  actual league.  He said the first session  proved to be a good time for  those who participated and there  was a lot of interest in the public skate portion of the program,  which about 35 people attended.  He said that he hoped there  would be enough players Sunday to hold a three-team round  robin tournament.  According to a 10-year-old  participant in Sunday's action,  Tyrone Joe, about 40 people  showed up to play. "It's great, a  lot of fun," Joe said.  Tyrone, who has been skating for less than a year, plays  hockey with the Sunshine Coast  Minor Hockey Association and  says roller blades are a good  way to practise for the regular  hockey season.  "Skating with roller blades is  a good way to stay in shape,"  he said, "and it's challenging lo  play ... bul the key word is  fun."  "WE'LL KEEP YOU COOL THIS SUMMER"  BAIT AND BLOWN  KNVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY  CELtXJLOSE  WIN A TRIP  ..   TO    m.xv:-,^i  MAZfflLAN  Q 886^.8741  Mori Time Ht. Ft.   Tun Time HI. Ft  12:10 15.5  8    7:15 6.8  MO  12:50 10.8  6:05 7.9  Fri    Time Ht. Ft.  2:50 14.4  12 10:30 2.4  FR    6:15 14.3  10:50 11.6  12:50 15.3  9    8:15 5.5  TU    2:40 11.4  7:20 9.5  Sat   Time Ht. Ft.  3:30  13 11:10  SA    6:55  11:50  14.0  1.9  14.8  11.6  Wed Time HI. Ft.  1:30  15.1  10  9:00  4.2  WE  4:15  12.4  8:35  10.6  Sun  Time  HI. Ft.  4:15 13.6  11:45 1.7  7:30    15.1  Thura Time Ht. Fl.  2:10 14.8  11    9:45 3.2  TH    5:25 13.5  9:50 11.3  w.  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson   f�� skookumchuk Na.io��.��M  2     ,,,    _.        .       . ���. I hr. 40 man. plu. 5 mln. loi each fl. ol Heat  Pacific Standard Time ami i mm. to. each n. ot i.n  Tide Tables courtesy nf  PRONTO'S  FINE DINING RESTAURANTS  Gibsons ��� 886-8138 Sechelt ��� 885-1919  CUPS, SAVE      ^  F-* bc ferries Schedule  VANCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  I  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Lv. Langdale  6:20 am       2:30 pm  8:30 4:30  10:30 6:30  12:25pmM   8:20M  M denotes Maverick Bus  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am       3:30 pm  9:30 M 5:30  11:30 7:25 M  1:15 pm      9:15  Lv. Earls Cove  6:40 am       4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 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  If you are Buying or Selling.  the realtor you choose can make the difference.  FOR DEPENDABLE SERVICE... Call us!  \~JiA /MITTEN  aaadUU REALTY LTD.  885-329S  681-7931  (Van. Toll Free)  (QTx*->        CUPS. SAVE  GIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  ROUTE 1 via North Rd.. Seacot.  Fletcher, Gowei Pt.. Fianklin. Mamie Dr.  Depart '5:45 am 1:45 pm Depart       8:14 am 4:11  Mall       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 <V 2:45 pm, Mon.-Sal.  Information, comments or suggestions - 886-9318  sons litis Si lu'ilulc courloxN ol  ROUTE 2 via Pratt, Chaster. King. Veterans.  Hwy. 101, Wookcreek Pk.. SC Trailer Paik  Depart    7:30 am 4:25   Arrive   7:45  Mall    -12:25 pm 6:20   Mall    12:45  4:40  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  SuicioMt Agejtciw  A member j  mi  Independent  Travel  Professionals  fled Carpet Service Irom Friendly Professionals In Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  INSURANCE  886-2000  TRAVEL  886-9255 lb  Coast News, lune 8, 1992  c\as;  Homes &  Properly  Pay for 2 inserts ^"��Ne-<Mo"^c,a^^uFerida7s  Get 4 insertspREE! 3S secilSl.  Homes &  Pioperty  I  WANTED .(��� 3 bedioom house  large lot, quiet toad, Roberts  Crook. Phone 116-1755, lv  mess, lor Brian. TFNs  latge Lot in Selma Paik 3 betm.  2 balh. 2 l/p. I in-law suite  $'45 000 885 5489 evenings   SS  QAHWR ISLAND  $111,000 Over 1 Kie ol unique  semiweteiliont wilh 2 bdrm.  log cabin, sundeck. shop and  caipoil. 112 acre lenced with  gardens and trull trees. 886-  4917 No agenls please     TFN  I' 2 acre seivced lot loi sale.  ���wSawel Cove 224 6180   ss  Van M walei, hydro. $42,000  ' aa CHa*ioeiiin a Cental. Gib-  s��isS869049 ss  ]Ml|l|l Soulh Powell River  Basement nome. view, beach.  $98,000 487 9334 ss  New quality bum home, YMCA  Rd. Langdale. 3 Ddim up ensuite.  soaker tub. angle shower, corner  sink. Main bathroom combination  bath/shower unit 2 bdim. downstairs with bathioom tub/shower  large utility room, rumpus room.  2 cai gaiage 885-4616.885-2135  eves. u  Langdale, by ownei. attractive  1056 sq It. 2 bdim. bungalow on  83x163' lot. 690 sq. It. linished  bsmt., 2 FP, insert in bsmt. New  double windows and carpet, carport and cedar siding exterior.  886-9290 #23ea  THINKING  OF SELLING  ���I Ami too* d * ����� home ��aaalne  touaavj llx*talrta��'W|��>v'WI*  admn dial met ear* width'  NO qt'tMIOS 480411 ir*  CAU  KIN SHIARSMIIH  8654277  ^21  smmrsaiiairvac  ���llOIfMOOSI sicwu  Stillwater. South Powell Rivti.  Basement home, view, beach,  $89,900487-9334 It  Watertront lot, Hallmoon Bay, low  bank. Irontage serviced, moorage.  685-7703. *25W  Chastei Rd. acie need lol with  1979. 14'��70' shingled root,  mobile home, $78,000. 1-980-  7534, #25W  Charming home on 6 acres,  Redioolls area,, 1500 sq It. 3  bdim. vaulted ceiling, skylights,  laige deck, naluial setting,  $184,900,885-7492.        #24W  "ACREAGE NEAR SECRET  COVE" Serviced, easy beach  access $67,500.1-2244180  ss  CLASSIFICATIONS  Honw�� Property  Births  Obituaries  in Mwnonwn  Thank Vou  Announcement  10. Lost  11. Found  12. Pete A Uveetock  13. Muele  14. Travel  II. Wanled  II. Free  17. Oarage Sale*  II. Berter 4 Trad*  11. AppNeneea  20. Furniture  21. For Sel*  22. Heavy Equipment  21. Autoe  24. Trueka  28. Cetnporo  2S> Marine  27. Mobile Hornet  2t. Motoreyclee  21. Wanted to Renl  10. Bed end Breakfast  11. For Rent  12. Commercial lor Renl  11. Enterutnmanl  M. Help Wanted  M. Bualnaea and Home  Sea-vleee  M. Ward Wanted  17. Child Cera  11. Bualntse Opportunities  IS. Level  40. Too Late to Classify  ssvsssa-.  At any of our convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 883-2888  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 88.1-9551  In Halfmoon Bay  B*J STORE 885-9435  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 885-9721  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930     :.  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (behind Docksidc Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  Homes &  Property  48' > 330' ol prime low bank  wateiltont in Gibsons Haiboui  near Gibsons Marina House  needs lepan bul could be lued  up la recreational o< rental i:*e  Pioperty zoned Tourist Commet-  cral (C 21 Double gaiage plus  sloiage shed. $189,500 Phone  Jemlei I 689 i'O'O U  1/2 aae lot lohn Rd, Redioolls,  controlled subdivision. $49 W0 I-  2289680  ��  luge, vie* lot. Davis Bay.  appioved seplic tank, water.  hydro 116 It tiaiiei $67,900 No  agents 987-1541 U  Soames 1 acie mew lot. attractive  l*o bedioom home *ith lovely  sumoom, nicely landscaped  Close lo beech t lerry $129,500  8862182 ss  For sale by Ontano owner older  Davis Bay view home 3 bdims, 2  balhs, 4 appl, laige tec room  $129,000 Suite potential. 885-  3572 ��24cn'  1/4 aae kit unobstructed vie* ol  water/i*tountains. Only minutes lo  Gibsons ind lerry in deniable  Woodaeek Paik $88,500. One ol  the last lots lelt here. Call 261-  5941 alter 5 pm (o vie*     ��24cn  Pendei Harbour semi-wateifiont.  3 bdrm. split level home. 16*34  ���hop on 1/2 aae ��� Overlooking  Heidwstei Marina. Period lor  boalei Now only $152,000 883-  9317. ��24cn  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Reciaalion ��� Retiremanl  ��� Relocation  CATALOOUK  568f Cowrie SI   Bo< 1219  Secnell  B C VON 3A0  685-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van Toll free 614-8016  By owner, Pendei Haiboi 1720  sq. II. house, 1 yi old, 3 bdim,  wood/ptopane/electnc heal. Close  to beach i boat launch.  $124,000.883-2172 to view  12401  Lasqueli Island 20 aae organic,  homestead, gardens, orchard,  1400sq.lt. home. $135,000.  Phone 474-5835. ss  Family townhouse - 3 bdrms, 1  1/2 bathrooms, 2 yi. oldl Lovely  condition Close lo schools, dime,  bus service > shops $123,500 NO  GST. $40 monthly mamlenance  886-3313 #25W  Panorama  Wain vie* lot 160  lacing Howe  Sound Langdale, gentle slope.treed  Appro, dimenaion 179'�� 211'  Facing water Ovei 1/2 acre  Serviced wilh underground power  cableviaion, water, etc.  Contact M. Poppel  6S2M6IOISM-734*  3 bdim basement home, 2 lire-  places, large sundeck on 1.6  acres with 1000 sq. It. workshop  with cement lloor, 9' ceilings 6  200 amp service wilh large drive  in doors. Close to schools 6 shopping centie. Must be seen to be  appreaated. Phono 886-4859 or  886-9959. #25W  New, 3 bdrm, 1400 sq. II. with  moitgaga helper down. Tralee  Place. $179,900. Call Craig. 885-  0946. ��25W  Benner: to Garry and Tiacey a  daughter born May 24,1992 at  3:10 am weighing 7 pounds, 13  ounces. Gnndpirenti are Brim  and Alms Stanley ol Powell River  and Sonny and Audrey Benner ol  Sechelt. Special thinks to Di.  Rutland, Dr. Fairer ind wonderlul  nursing stall of St. Mary's. ��23cn  5    Thank You  A very sincere thank you goes out  to the doctors and stsll st St.  Mary's, Kiwanis Village Care  Home, Hospice, OAP ind Anne  Miria Latuti lor their cue ind  support ol our Did. The Roth  lamily. #23cn  Bouquets to Bob and Joy  Maxwell, Lili ind Minder ind all  Ralph's friends and neighbours lor  their understanding, compassion  and friendship to our lather during  his recent illness. Think you. The  Roth lamily. <23cn  To my bingo buddiai Lloyd,  Grace, Peter and Dorisse and the  rest ol the gang. Think you for  your caring support ind laughter.  Jennifer Dutton. #23cn  Special thanks to the community  I Iriends Jeanette 8 Gill lor all  the support in my lint month ol  business. Thank You. Laa. Out of  Time. Roberts Creek.       #23cn  Are you a woman in an unhappy  leiaHonship. do you need lo talk'  Call the Sunshine Coast Tiansi-  lion House loi conlidenlial 24 "<  service 885-2944 TFN  Local resident ol Sunshine Coasl  who en|oys writing letters and  meeting new people would like a  pen pal II Ihis sounds like lun.  why not wnle RRni, Sile I.  Comp 26, Gibsons. BC, VON 0  ���25cn  Active reined piolessional engi  neer interested <n natuie. animals,  the sea. the ails, ethnic loods  desires lor a lasting relationship, a  petite well educated, outgoing  happy lady over 55 lo love and  spoil Musl have a keen sense ol  humour, appreciate good living,  wines and spinls and be Iree lo  tiavel Please reply soon lo Box  380. c/o Coasl News, Box 460.  Gibsons. BC H24VV  Debbie Simpson call Edwin Cop-  paid ASAP. 926-0909.     #25cn  7.   Announcement  -wha  COMING AUCTION  Taking consignments lor household goods, lurniture, tools, bikes,  art, electrical goods, boats, cars,  elc. For reservations 885-4501 ot  885-7618 ��24W  We buy beer bottles ind beer  cans, paying 60 t/doi. 866-  8039. TFN  LOG ENDS  by container  load  886-7033  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7883,24 hour line.       TFN  Does someone in your lamily  have a drinking problem? Call Al-  Anon 886-9903, 885-7484, 886-  9059. Al-Aleen 886-2565      NC  Gieen rimmed Allied Sung prescription lenses losl May 28 ���  Georgia Kirk 886 2473     I23cn  12   Pels*  Livestock  Fiee to good home 1 most exeat-  lent oiange cat, 1 yr old.  Nlid/shols Call Joel 886-7817 or  8862469 TFNs  Baby ducks  2990  Fiee roosters 883-  ���2401  Rhodesran Ridgeback/Golden  Retriever Cross, needs new  home/lots ol TLC. Couple oi 1  petson lamily. Call 886-2040.  #24W  Household Hems gas powered  lawnmoavei and woedealar, leam  patio set with umbrella, inside  plants, outside hingng baskets,  clothes, Ireezei, csrpei, utility  bailer, misc. Hems. June 13-14,  104pm 797 Fisher Rd.,  Granthams, #23cn  305 Headlanda, Gibaons. Sat.  13th, 10-5 kids clothes, toys,  books, household items.    ��23cn  June 13 10-4rjm 5852 Deerhotn  Sandy Hook No early blrdil  Multiple household items, 54'  white bed, veiy good spnng ind  mattress, bedding and curtains,  laige diessei mirror, maple  sewing machine cabinet, light fixtures, Equi-Flo lood dehydralor,  tapes. 15 doz gollbalia. etc '23W  5856 Mason, June 13 ( 14,  10 00am Household items, elc.  ���23W  Yaid Sale-Sail Sun, June 13 6  14th. 9-2pm No eailybitda. #3-  1416 North Rd K3cn  18   Barlei & Trade  Dminr/oom suite w/hutch t cabinet House ol Biaemet $800  OBO 685 5051 #25W  On* laige sola and 3 pee. sectional, superior quality, exc. cond.,  $500 lakes both 885 9972 #24W  Teak dinette table with two leaves  ��lout chairs $225 8860094  #24cn  21    For Sale  Beachcomber  Doe Groominfi  Big ot Small - We do them alll  Clip  Bathing (a  Flea Dip  KoJtyFjeenaarilJfoiTi  <0:  886-8191  '/  Expert |  repairs and  servicing on all  brands ol sewing  machines.  Singer, Kenmore,  Pfaff, Janome,  Elna, Bernina,  and a!l makes of  vacuum cleaners.  - Free Estimates ���  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  SEWING MACHINE  & VACUUM CENTRE  Cowrie St., Sechelt  (opposite Cant; cl Montreal)  a     885-8843  We're celebrating summer with a  select merchandise salel 30 per.  cenl oil all stained glass as well  as other stock that needs lo travel  on. Sale ends June 15. Hope to  see you soon. Sandra Leach,  Prop. FOR OLDE TIMES SAKE,  Pratt Rd & Hwy 101 886-8261  *23W  Nanny goal t 2 doe kids. 886-  7538 #23w  Miniature Daschund pups, only 1  lelt. Pick now, ready June 16.  $325 each. 886-9595      #24cn  Purebred Registered, white male  kitten. First shots, litter trained,  with coppei eyes. 487-4168��23cn  Free to good home kittens. 886-  7478. #23cn  I will give permanent home to  gentle Iree pony. 1469 Clover  Road, Roberts Cieek. 885-2819  #25W  Baby milk goats lor sale. $65.  1469 Clover Road. 885-2819.  Ring awhile please. #25W  HEMLOCK/BALSAM  WOOD SHAVINGS - lot hoise  bedding (no cedai). Gibsons  Sand 6 Gravel, 886-8511 eves.  885-2008. TFN  Shepherd Woll ooss pup, lemale,  3 mos old, his first shots $100  OBO 682-0260 Days. 885-7823  evenings. #24cn  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Conlact Then t Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716 otMarlee Fashions.     NC  Help reduce the pet ovm -population problem ��� spay or neuter your  pet. NC  Male neutered Corgi X, great disposition Iree to good home. 886-  8659. D23W  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Enviionmeni  r-nenitli Paints     p.'  man  Colouis Ol  The flamoow     /,  IncluUing Gieen ^',  A  Bus 885-2923  Res 885-5058  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  tt  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Two keyboard Wizard organ,  $250 OBO. 886-7067.       #24W  Adult children ol Alcoholics or dis-  functional families please call  886-3849 or 885-4622 to help.  NC  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  8.   Recreation  Instruction book lor old straight  stitch singer sewing machine.  *99K. 8859005. I24W  Top $ pud lot military items.  Rifles, bayonets, badges, medals.  886-7591. #29cn  Cast weights. All sizes. Leave  Message 885-9630 Kevin.   #23  Reliable cir, struggling Ismily  i mom it school, Iree or cheap.  Box 485. Sechelt. #23  Tennis partner, or partners wanted, Gibsons or ?. Phone Al 886-  4965 #23*  Lawnmowei in good working condition. 886-9420. #23  Used watei skiis, tow ropes etc.  816-2332 ��25W  Singer faither weight tewing  machine. Aller 4:00 pm. 886-  2300. ��5W  Set ol new squared edged irons,  2 to land wedge, chamoise grip,  $250; used titanium driver -  arthritic grip, $110.885-5766.   ��23W  Learn to scuba dive. Professional  instructors. Full Padi Certification.  Seasport Scuba. 885-9830  TFN  Will tiade 1985/ 7.5 h.p. Mercury  outboaid, 25 hours, excellent con-  dition(plus cish) lot 15-20 h.p  outbosrd In equal condition. 886-  8558. TFNs  Body wotk ot mechanical swap  for boal, car, truck ot W.H.Y. 886-  0475. K24W  19. Appliances  Enjoy cappucdno and dessert on  the sundeck at Shadow Baux Gal-  lories, 12 noon, 5pm. Weekdays  10:00pm, Friday/Saturday. ��23w  Five families Sat. i Sun., June 13  1.14,10-4.575Qo��(w Poirt FM.  12301  Will buy nonworking appliances.  885-7897 #23cn  15'Gumey I.I. Iridge h.g., 30"  Gumey slove h.g., almond Gibson  I.I. Iridge, polar small bn Iridge,  woodgrain door, very nice $149,  Admiral X' h.g., stove sell-clean,  corning cooklop $297; Inglis  portable wisher $289 Inglis  supeib 17 cu. It almond Iridge l/l  $449. Gibson 16 cu. It. almond l/l.  Itidge.'$379 and mote. 90 days to  two yens warranty. Call Bjorn  885-7897 ot Corner Cupboard  885-4434. ��23w  Used washer - working. Fiisl $100  takes. 885-3572. #24  White Danby stove $250; Modal  dishwasher $150; 14 cu It. RCA  Ireezer $85.886-4533      #24cn  Harvest gold dryer, $150; Iridge 6  Stove, $550 pair. 885-4623. #24W  New, Inge capacity FF Iridge and  Hove, almond: also Admiral  microwave incl., $900 lor set;  Speed Queen dryer, almond, new  $325 or $1200 takes all;cordless  phone, $60. Moving, must sell.  885-2630. #24W  Inglis wisher and diyer. $300  Pair. 886-3977 leave message.  24cn  Electric range, coppeilone 30'  good condition $150, white manual Indge 16 cu It. good woiking  condilion. 886-9856 leave message #25W  Luge upiighl Ireezer, like new  $375.885-2544. #24cn  Kenmore electric tange $100,  dishwasher $80, china cabinet  $25.885-5107 liter 5pm. #25cn  Cheslerlield w/milching chill 6  footstool $95 held 1  footboard/matching solid wood  33', dtesser $65, small chest ol  drawers, painted $15, end table  $15, hinging limp $25. Roxton  solid maple 58* dresser/matching  minor $290. Franklin wood/coal,  slove/liieplsce $280 885-7651  ���25cn  20   Furniture  Electnc hydiulic tailgate llll lor  van ot pickup 885 5008  D23CN  GENESIS conceit tickets at BC  Place June 14 Phone 886 9799  #23W  Epson 24 pin punter with cable,  biand new, still in box, $275.883-  9078. #25W  Pair P155 80 R13 snowlires, $60;  recond Btrggs 3HP lawnmower,  $80.8855779. #25W  Cheslerlield, $100; loveseat, $75;  Skin hideabed, exc. cond., $350;  maple kitchen suite, $125; tiunk  mount bike lack, $35; 6-drawerr  chest, $25; X-counliy skis, $40.  #25W  FRESH PRAWNS $6/pet lb. 686-  0960. ��25W  Sola, 2 chairs, hassock, beige  tweed, $450.886-7902.     #25W  Airco Gas luinace Good cond.  $315 685-6276 ss  SALE  8' cedai 4x4's, $6 each. 885-  5031. ss  T��S SOIL Topsoil-Bark Mulch -  Mushroom Manure. Phone anytime 885-5669. TFN  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, light weight, ergonomic  design grip belt, $850 OBO. 886-  7097. ss  Float house, 750 sq. It. one  bdrm., piopane appliances, wood  best, $12,800 OBO. 885-1942. ss  SAWDUST Hemlock/Balsam lor  gaidening and hotse bedding.  Cedai and bark mulch lot other.  Gibsons Sand 1 Gravel Ltd. 886-  8511 eves. 885-2008.        TFN  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Eartl Station  685-5644  TFN  4' PVC solid or perforated pipe,  $10; ABS 4: $20:3: $15; 2: $10:1  1/2', $8, all 10' lengths, will deliver. 886-9033. TFN  CEDAR SHAKES > LUMBER,  any size. Will cuslom cut. 885-  5669 or 885-5601. TFN  6 cyl. Ford maiine diesel, 4 ��� 1  capitol gear. $8500. o.b.o., or  trade lor tractor plus cash, 886-  9981. ss  USED RAILWAY TIES lor retaining walls.; Unscteened topsoil  $110load.886-8204. ss  K-fftf  r  IT  Coming Sat., July 4  at AC'S  Canada Day Celebration  Cardy Shop Imtuies at equprrrenl.  nicho     machine.     Indie,  miciowave. awnings . etc. Call  Lamella Hay.  NRS Gibsons Realty Ltd  886-2277. ��*"  Gardner Denver heavy duly ait  compressor, head 150 psi, 2  cyl, 3" bote. 3 1/2" stroke. $450  OBO. 8869543 24W  34 boxes kindling i 50 logs (7/p  size) coidwood, besl otto takes  You have 686-7266       "23CN  120 base accoidian; day bed  886-7505 WW  MOVING SALE  Boats - 26 II. Febralorm Twin  350's. 40 nous and all new aces  Command bridge. 290 Volvo legs  Tow sounders. $19,500 oi OBp  24 It Rernell 350, 60 houis and  new aces, haid lop, 280 Volvo  legs Eagle lish finder and  sounder $6500 OBO. 13 It. Fibre-  glass. Trout Lake boat with utility  nailer and Viking motor $500,  Decca Radar, 48 mile radius all  new ends and wire. $500 Cars,  66 GTO convertible. 400 wilh 400  turbo tianny, all new undet carriage, need moie work lot total  restoration. $7500. 1987 Grand  Prix, all electric, one lady ownei,  never seen highway. Willing to  tiade loi motorhome. Yamaha  organ $800 and bai t stools  $100,886-3426 ��24W  DOWN TO EARTH  Top quality baik mulch, topsoil.  mushroom, manuie, delivered or  you pick-up, also conaete pavers  Ramon. 885-7692. #24cn.  9' Hercus lithe, complete $2,000,  10' Tilt Atbout saw, complete  $400, Singer knitting machine, all  accessories, $375. Oilers considered. 686-3073. #25W  Macintosh Ilex computer DTP,  Graphics workstation, 8Mb Ram,  105 Mb HD, 13' Hi-Resolution  RGB. Coloi monitot c/w 2400  6PS modem, software 4 games.  $3200 . GST. Integrity Graphics  885-6424. #25W  Bike with training wheels. $20,  Amber pale lamp $15.886-9420.  LUMBER SALE  2x10-7W"in Ft.; 2x6-an/Lin.  Ft. All mill run Douglas Fit. Gibsons Mobile Saw Seivice. 886-,  3468 #25W  Kid's scooter w/ hand biakes $50,  boys Mickey Mouse Roller skates,  size 2 $20; Small box canopy  $50,885-6160 #25cn  Weedealei - New 10' $30, Smith  Corona electric portable typewriter, exc condition $35, complete set ol Jenish House Plans  $100.686-9165. #25W  "SELL IT BY AUCTION"  865-7618 or 8854501 '  AUCTION NOW  Super Single waterbed. complete.  $150 OBO 885-4704.       #25W  Good TV converter. Only $17.  886-2727. #23cn  Full louvted rotary mahogony  bilold doois 3/0 x 6/8 $35 each.  666-9856 leave message. #25W  22. Heavy  Equipment  6-71 4 valve long block all  machining, kits, gaskets, ( bear-  ingsloi assembly to suite. 896-  9464. #23w  Mobile dimension sawmill-and  Hayes TI20 three dium winch.  ���25W  2 pee. Ratlin 8 gilts will unit.  Exc. cond. $350 OBO 886-7520.  #2301  3 cushion chesterfield, malching  chair, like new, $350.685-2896.  ��2SW  Couch ( loveseat, exc. cond.  $400,886-7386. #23cn  Sectional sola hide-a-bed (biege),  $550 OBO. 886-3067.      ��24W  5 piece Mediterranean '���/#> bedroom suite, bullet indjutch; will  unit -3 bar stools, rocking chair,  two (win headboards and bedspreads, draperies.,885-3675  Eves (25cn  Walerbeds, King ind Oueen  sizes, toll bad. Phone 185-7594  weekends. #24cn  Mediquip Chair, elect, good condition. 883-2248 #23w  Firewood I due cord, lies delivery  in Gibsons. 886-0955.886-7136.  ���24  Utility trailer 4x8 Heavy duly.  $300.886-7013. #24  Playpen, umbrella style $35,  Getty baby carrier with neck sup-  pott $30, Jolly lumper $13, Nintendo guns 6 2 games $50 All  excellent condition. 886-2932 #23  NewHiy$5,00/bale  Phone 885-9357  TFN  Getting married or want a beautilul diamond ring foi yourself or  loved one? Ring with 1 round brilliant diamond (.47 eta.) flanked by  2 marquise diamonds (.12 eta.)  Appr. at $4600. Asking $4250.  Call Val at 885-3295.       #24W  White norge Iridge used 5  monthi, $795; Ikea pine table  $1200; while cheat Ireezer only  $85; Simmons box spring 6 mattress $200; pine chairs $20 each.  886-3755. #23w  Anything Give ui a make (  model # il required, how much  you want to spend. Woll try our  best 886-9033. TFN  Prawn tails F.A. S. $8.00/lb. Gibsons Whirl. 'Mystic Moon'. 885.  5478. #23cn  Dicor regulator with console (  whip $350 OBO, Wardell ultralight  drysuit $200 OBO. 883-2172.  #24cn  955 CAT loader $10,000 885-  2503 . ts  r    BOBCAT &    ^  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments Available!  DAY. WEEK, MONTH  886-8538 220-8767  76 Buick Regal, new tad/tires.  runs good. $500 886-9539 .  #MW  1981 Foid Fairmont Wagon  107,000 kms, no rust, clean,  Alpine stereo $1900 885-3736 ss  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinnei hubs, Pirelli ties,  new biakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 886-7378 *s  1989 Dodge Omni 36,000 kms.,  P.T. warranty, $5000 OBO, 886-  8922 8S  1990 Foid Aerostat, XL 7 passenger A-1 condition, $14,900 886-  648T  sj  '88 Mercuiy Topaz, like new,  $5500.6662633or886-7484. ss  1986 Pontiac 6000 4 dr, 4 cyl.,  aulo, PS/PB, power dr. Ipcks,  AC. AM/FM steteo, $4995 OBO.  666-211101886-9018. ss  CASH PAID        f  For Some Cars And Trucks  Dead Car Removal'.  Abex Used Auto Parts  886-2020    >N (oast News, |une 8, 1992  17  Take?   Xtit (tnttty>f <>fo**r Netv tCUassiflrtt Ad Specidat  Run yottr classified ad 6 times,  and pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Mi.  1973 Supei Beetle. $2500 OBO  8839234. ���  1980 Camaio 305 auto. I lops.  Rally lims, $2600. 685-7113  High Performance Engines -  Oas I Propane. Ask about our  build It yoursell clssses. 816-  9479 Jack. n?;vv  CENTERLINE PERFORMANCE  AUTO RESTORATIONS Reason  able Puces 886 9475       #24W  1979 Dalaun 210 wagon, good  tunning cond , $700 OBO 885  5492 ..  1981 Fotd Gtanada as is, $500  OBO 886 6095 TFNs  '47 Ftasei 4 dt, needs compiele  restoration, not running, $500  OBO 886 9584 ��2jw  1976 New Yorker. A-1 cond, low  mileage $900 OBO 686 9025 ss  Used Camaio T-Top, $495 lot Ihe  sel, wilh covets, 886 9500 anytime, ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound.  $2400 OBO. 665-1943 ss  1966 MUSTANG G.T  Loaded, like new, 25,000 ks. one  ownei, a teal gem $10,500 Firm  885-2544. s|  1981 Buick Cent s/q looks i luns  good. Loaded, good transportation I lamily cai. Take it away loi  $1500 can be viewed at Denies  carport ask fot Danny.       #23w  1985 Chev Citation ll, V6, 4  speed only 33.000 km one owner  $3,000.685-9553. #23w  1988 Ford Tautus, am/lm, Ac V6,  auto/od, 4 doot, exc. cond.  $7,495.666-7520 or 886-2111, ss  1964 Z-28 5 speed T-iool. $3500  OBO. Trades Day 1 Nile towing  885-5111,885-3942 ��23w  1976 Rymouth sport in exc. cond.  $1200.866-7013. #24  1952 Chev. Beian 2 DR. HT, 235  CID std trans Restored, rust free  California Car $8500 B85-4/l6ss  1965 Chev. Sprint. New motor  with no mileage on new motor.  $3500OBO885 7697.     #24cn  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  int/oxt, rebuilt engine 1 transmission. Priced lo sell $3850 Call  886-8510 altei 600 pm.        ss  1965 Toyola Tercel 4 di, h/back.  5 spd, good cond. 106,000 kms.  $3500 Please call aftei 6 30 pm  686-9639 #24cn  1981 AMC, auto, good cond. No  rusl. $2350 OBO 885-1942.     ss  1977 Volvo DL. rusty, reliable.  new parts $750 OBO 865-1942.  I Towing  full)  Insured  Old car recycling  Cash for 82-92 cars  and clean runners  {'        Free Piek-up  886*7227   ��ZZ7  '1981 Foid Escotl lot pails you  tow. $450 886-9126.        #24W  1979 Rabbit. Good condition.  Asking $800.886-8165.     #25W  1982 Nissan Stanza, h/b, auto,  ps/pb, cruise $1000 885-5694.  #25cn  1965 Chev Nova - new motor,  paint, brakes, excellent running  condition. $4900.8856160. #25w  1991 Reliant K Station wagon.  $1,475,885-9299 #25cn  'COMMUTER SPECIAL' 1985  Ply Tunsmo. Black, AM/FM. sun  tool, 4 cyl, 5 sp. Itansm, lac. alum  mags $200 each This cat has  41000 spent in last yeai on  repairs, compiele exhaust, new  clutch, new rad, new Ir. pads.  musl sell Quick $1900 OBO 886-  8034 ��25W  1971 LandRovei - 88 completely,  rebuilt. $7500 OBO PTO Avail.  883-2669. ss  1983 Toyola Corolla Wagon. Reliable, good condition $800 OBO.  885-7775. #25cn  For parts Pinto 1975 International  PU, 66. $250 each. 685-4190 or  683-2475. #25W  1986 Escort. Top condition. New  clutch, biakes, mulller and pipe.  Compression exc. AM/FM cass,  good radiais, no rust 106,000  kms. Seivice tecoids available.  $2600 060 886-4790 or 886-  9147. ��25W  1966 MUSTANG OT  New rebuilt 289 4 apeed, good  condition. $5000 OBO 885-5478  .#25W    1970 Nova. 2 dr, 6 cyl auto, good  body, many new pails, tuns good.  $,700 OBO 1977 Arrow lastback.  S speed, some rust eveiything  .works $250 886-9584.      #26cn  1961 Fotd F150 Wrangler custom  PU. V8 auto. PS. mag wheels,  suniool, low kms, 64,000. gieat  shape. $3500.886-9078.   #24W  1987 Chev SI 5. boa liner, tape  deck 85.000 kms. $5600 885-  3962 a 885-9629 I26W  1982 Chev SIOp/u, 4 speed,  good body & mechanical condition $2500 OBO 886-3641. Altar  5pm. #25cn  1964 Toyota SR5. 4x4 extia  campeiette, new paint, rebuilt  bans, alternator; dual batteries  centie lorce dutch webbei carta,  header, alpine stereo w/equalizei  t 2 amps Clesn $6500 885-  4539 #23w  '79 Ford 12 passenger van, V6  auto good cond $3295 OBO  886 7520 or 886 2111 ss  FordF250~V4ton'dubcab'3904  speed gieat wotk tiuck. Some  rust good power train. $1300 lum  8869449 #24w  1978 Jeep J10 P/U 4X4, good  tunning condition, new exhaust,  $1100 OBO. Gabs 885-6381.  #24W  1986 Toyota cargo van $3000.  885-9888. #25cn  '87 SI 5 Boxliner, tape deck,  65,000 kms, $5600. 885-3962 or  885-9629 #24W  1980 GMC Suburban, traileiing  special t/2 ton cruise, a/c, tit. pwr  windows, rebuilt 350 auto, brake  controller Solid Ion vehicle.  $4500 OBO 8854143       #23w  Ford 4x4, 390 V6 4 speed, dual  exhaust, ball tanks, cass. stkox-  es. exc workhoise. Heavy duty.  Reliable. 886-8593. #24  1977 F250 crewcab, 351 mod,  aulo, P/S, canopy spare motot  and It ans, $1600.866-8682.  #2311  1988 Chev Cheyenne t/2 ton  pick-up. 4.3 litre V6. PS/PB,  61.000 km, box mat, toolbox,  $8700.8852836,885-7413.  sa  1985 Btonco II 4X4, auto, CD  player, gd. cond, $7500 OBO.  Days8869332 aft. 7 eves 886-  2963. ss  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts 685-5102. ss  1953 Chev. 1/2 ton. Rebuilt  engine. Radiais, $2700 OBO.  885-1943. ss  Various full size csnoples lor  sale. 686-2020. #24W  1982 GMC SI 5 Long box, 4 spd.  2.8 Litre. V6. $2000 OBO. 885-  7578 Eves. #25  1989 GMC Ttacket, 4 wheel  drive, 5 speed. Hardtop. $9000.  8664599. as  1981 Ford F250, 4x4 with rock  box $5500.8864599. ss  1991Toyota 4x4, extra cab pickup, V6, extras.like new $16,500.  886-6180. #25W  1986 Btonco 4x4 $6500. 886-  8027. #25W  25. Campers  i  Due to heallh reasons selling 23  It wilderness 5th wheel, exc.  cond . sleeps 6 'eat balh. also  F150 Lanat XLT, ext -ab all  options. Phone 865 7244   #23W  7914' Triple E Travel trailet. fibre-  glass. TV, luinace. slove. 3 way  Inge, sleeps 4, very dean. $3250.  666-8467 SI  Fudge stove, luinace > waler lor  import $900 885-7995      #23w  8II. Alashan camper, gd. cond,  $1400; campei tie down, $40.  883-9570. ��23cn  1989 Terry I8-5A. 5th wheel trailer, garage stored, like new, diy  weight 2670 lbs. Ideal lor compact  low truck $10.800 883-2260  ���24cn  Molothome 1976 establishment.  Good condition. $10,000 885-  3673 #23*  vel trailer sell-contained. $2500.  885-3512. #2Sw  1991 Holiday Rambler monitor  31 It Deluxe, designer decorated  motot home. Many exttas. Only  8,600 miles. $66,000.883-9443  #25W  1987 VW Salan campet, 3 way  fudge, 2 bum. stove, sink, holding  tank, 20K on teb. engine, new  area, bat 6 stereo very good condition. $2850.886-3216.   #23cn  25   Campers  1968 - 24 It 5th wheel, as new.  AM/FM cass. TV am tooliack.  spite tie kit. elec. lacks, 5th W  hitch, twin 30#LP tanks, bed  spread. $16,500; 1966 F150 Lanat Explorer, good condition, air  ciuise, ill options, new lues,  wired brikei loi 5th Wheel.  $9500 or both lor $27,000 885  4114 ss  Foi sile - Bolei trailer, $1950  080 8664487. ts  18II. Bellboy hardtop. 120 Mete,  in/out board, trim labs, VHF. CB,  sounder, bsit tsnk. lull csnvss,  extras .tillei, $5500.863 9059 ss  14 It Lund 1965 18 HP Mete, low  hours, oirs, trailer, $2350. 883  2433. #24W  Heavy 12 It. Lapstiake libreglass  boal, with oais snd tinier, $500  OBO. 886-9584. I23W  1981 20' double Esgle hndlop  200 HP Volvo 280 leg. (H-6), Gibsons Marina, $17,500 866-2694  ss  Galvanized E Zee loader bolt  trailer, 14-16 ft, $500 liim. 683-  9078. #25W  Okanagan campei lor small p.u.  piopane, Hove, Iridge, lurnace,  sink, leady to go. $1600. 885-  3848. #24  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9 9-20 30 40-50-70 HP 1989-  1990 Evinrudes. Excellent condition Lowe's Resort, 863-2456.  TFN  "High Performance Engines"  On 6 Propane Ask about our  build It yoursell cissies. 686-  9475 Jack, #27W  Yeil There ii a reliable local  ptopellor repair service. 885-  5278. TFN  19 Inboard Clinker runabout, very  fast and in top condition, surveyed  value $6500, oilers I tades considered. 886-2738. ss  1979 27' Bayliner Victoria C/B.  255-280 Leg, new engine, low  hours, lotl ol extras. $24,900  OBO. 463-8919 or 4634959.  ss  16' Davidson sailboat, new main,  new cushions, exc. cond, $3800.  8859333. ss  ��� CAMPION 18V>lt -j>  $8,000 O.B.O.w  ���iicuav uo nt {under .oo Has.)  rullYLOAOED  ALIO IVIKSU0E S.S limit USIP1  ���aoe o.a.o.  MUSTBIUI  .�� TEL 883*2100 ��  19 It. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkini trailer needa exhaust  manifold. $3500.886-3457,    ss  20' Sangstei libreglass, hardtop,  wilh trailer, good cond. $2000  OBO 865-3673 23W  Campion 16 1/2 It. Meicuiy 470,  l/OB under 600 his. 1/2 cabin, lull  canvas Mariner II ship/shore, tod  hajders, anchor, spaie prop elc.  $8,500 OBO, alio Evinrude 9.9  outboitd, little used, complete  with link elc. $900 OBO 883  2109. #23  30' x 40' Bolt house Foi Sale  663.9177.    #23  1989 Yamaha outboard (short  shilt) with new controls. His less  tun 50 his, liking $2200 OBO.  Cab j'ne 885-961).        I24W  1611 Sangstei, new motor/tiailet.  Leslie's manna - East Porpoise  Bay Rd See Roger. #23  Will tiade 1985/ 7.5 hp Meicuiy  outboaid. (25 hours) excellenl  condition (plus cash) lor 15 20 hp  outboard in equal conditon. 886-  8558. TFN  12' Boat trailer. $300.885-9268.  MOORAGE  At Pender Harbor by month or  year. 883-9177. #23  11 II. libreglass, runabout w.  floatation. Excellent condition.  $650. Phone.886-2513.     #23w  26' Crew setup foi Fishing Charter 883-2246 #23w  17 1/2 It. KC. with 85 hp evinrude, fully galvanized ttailer  $3100 OBO 8854011.      #23w  6 - 71 4 valve long block all  machining, kits, gaskets I bearings ready lor assembly to suit.  886-9464. #23w  12' Aluminum boat, 4.5 Johnson  motor 6 lull link. $800. 885-  0950. #24  24' Fibeilotm on nailer, Merc leg.  head. Indge Galley, depth  soundei, VHF radio, bait tank, lull  canvas, dinghy, extia motoi,  steeps six $15,000 885 0950  #24  Moorage - Sechell 2 dotal per  loot per month  Royal Reach Motel t Marina  885-7644  'Ask lor the summer special*.  ��26w  91 Piowaw as new V8 Powei met-  onset FWC view al South Coatt  Ford 885-3281. H  26 It 225 Chrysler Marine, sleeps  4 lo 5. piopane fudge, Hove (toilet) new Loranz L200 lish finder.  New anchor t prop, new live bail  tank. VHF radio. 6 lile|ackets,  rods, Hare gun and lots ol new  extia molot parts Engine needs  little work Boat needs hole fixed  (Nothing amipr) $10,000 invested.  first $2,000 takes an, is is 686-  7655. #25W  ���ClifKsV I InHHim*  OMITS LTD.  ciitim iiii Mrm I  MCMMC    MNAMSl  M A B Y C    ��� Maiine  Surveyors and Consiliums!  Eide boat tack 6 loader $600.  686-9908 #25W  19 aluminum LS boat, rebuilt 440  Cry. 10 his, hull exc. cond. many  extias $18,000 OBO Mike 686-  2751. #25W  20' Custom built, glass over wood  inside t out, 7' beam small cabin,  very stable, 65 h Suzuki OB, on  tandem nailer, excellent listing 6  pleasure boal $4500.685-4099.  10' Aluminum boal $500 OBO  Alter 4:00 886-2300.        #25W  M V. Blacklist. 24' Owens, well  appointed laige lish deck, Coast  Guaid Inspected, lealuting new  Swann auto, anchor pkg. new  LMS. 200 w/Loian C, new lenders  4 brackets, mooring lines, new  windows, completely relinished  hull and swimgrid, new handrails.  Hush mount Fishon rod holders  (5) FWC 318 Chrysler, $8,000,  865-7977. ss  Mobile Homes  NEW t USED  Good selection on display, open  daily or call lor appt. 886-9826.  Homes starting al $22,500 ready  lor occupancy, linancing avail.  OAC  S.C.M.H. Patk, 1413 Hwy. 101.  "GREAT STARTER HOME"  2 bdim, WD, Itidge, slove, dish-  wash luinace, fireplace, 8x40'  addition. $15,900.886-3580.  #24cn  10' x 56", 5 appliances, air conditioning, ceiling lans, ready lo  move Into. Madeira Park.  $17,500 883-9082 #25cn  12x66 renovated mobile lo be  moved, $21,000 OBO includes  deck, addition, shed, FS, DW, AC.  886-9649 #25W  1973 3 bdim, 12x68 with large  addition ( deck $25,000 886-  4599 ss  28   Motorcycles  New Show  HOMES  DELUXE 2 BDRM WITH  FAMILY ROOM  1400 sq.ft. includes fudge,  stove, deluxe hutch,  drapes & caipets - plus  many other leatutes.  14170 DELUXE 2 BDRM.  with over $7,000 worth ol  options.  Theso homos aie teady lor  immediate possession.  AS LOW AS 5% DOWN  wilh MAP piogiam OAC  For inlonnation to view,  call Sylvia McLean  886-2597  ONLY 6 LOTS LEFTI  By ownei, 12x68 mobile home.  call 886-3039.686-7306.       ss  24x52 three bdim. doublewide 5  appl, must be moved avail. mid-  Match, $35,000 666-9229     ss  GREAT STARTER HOME  2 bdim mobile with addition. New  lurnace, l.p. w/d. l/s. dishwasher  886-3580 or 883-2930 #24  BRAND NEW 1992  2 bdrm. ovei $10,000 in optons.  aaking $54,900. S C M H Park  886-9826. TFN  WHAT A STEAL!  3 bdrm. front kitchen, good cond,  very clean in & out, asking  $22,500 OBO. SCMH. Park  886-9926. TFN  Worried about sttike. II you purchase a new home Irom us to go  to coast. We have a Itee strike  plan. For moie inlormation contact Regal Homes. 597-3322 or  886-2597. #24W  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc.  cond . gaiage kepi, $7500. 886-  9595 ss  '85 F2.750 good shape, runs  excellenl Make an oiler 886-8581  01886 2556 #23w  1961 Yamaha 550 VIRAGO hardly used, 8.000 kms. great shape.  $800 886 9078 (24W  29  Wanted lo Rent  mm  in fo  2 bdrm, Rbts Cik/Secret Cove,  Single Patent w/tesponsible teen,  one dog. July 1. Call Collect. 1-  395 5241 Good tenant/wtel.  #23  Professional couple require long  term rental accomodation near  Sechelt. 1092-3448.       #24W  Urgently needed 2 bdrm tow-  house/condo. Sechell area lor  long term. Relocating with  employment by July tst. Contact  Gaiy Swill 885-5187 days.   #24  W/F home lor 1-2 weeks August,  Hallmoon Bay/Sechelt atea. Will  pay excellent rent. Need latge  home and sunshine. 1-623-9038.  #23W  Responsible single, woiking  woman seeks sell-contained  cabin/cottage lor reasonable rent,  beginning mid-July. Preler Pendei  Harbour area. Please call Jane  885-3930 (w) or 883-9007 (h).  TFNs  Desparately needed - responsible, prolessional working couple/  small child - expecting another  seeking 2 or 3 bedioom house in  Sechelt to Pendet Haibour. 885-  4502. #23w  Shared accomodation 3 bdim.  house, lowei Gibsons, $400.866  8649. #24W  Small house 1 bdtm. in secluded  spot Robeits Creek, il possible,  $350 max. 886-7592.       #24W  Rel. Cpl. Sm. dog seek 2 3 bedroom home. Pdr Hbr. July 1. Rel.  Avail. 6839351. #23w  Looking lot shaied house in  Roberts Creek or Sechell. Now f I  Sepl. Nancy 885-3930 days, 885-  3512 evenings. TFNs  Responsible, mature, non-smok-  ets need 2 or 3 bedioom house  July 1. Wateiltont or view, willing  lo lease Rels avail 885-5435.  #24cn  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  British Columbia legislation prohibits advertising which discriminates in the rental of property.  Foi example a person who  stipulates 'No Childien' as a  randiton of rental would be in  violation ol the Family Status  and the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places Ihe advert  isement and Ihe newspaper  which publishes il would twin be  in contravention of the legislation  and could have a complaint filed  against them, the Coasl News  will Iheielote not accepl such  discriminatory ads  2 bdrm. suite avail immed, lowet  Gibsons, large laundry, yard ft  parking, $475 mess 883-9707  ���24W  W/F Soames Point, I mile Irom  Langdale ��� lum well maintained  2 bdrm plus suntoom deck on  over 1/2 aae. Sepl I lo June X,  $650. Responsible wilh rels. 1-  263-7900. #25W  1 bdtm. house near Gibsons Marina. $550/mo. 6867381.    #25W  2 bdrm townhouse, 5 appis,  $700 Avail July I. Sechelt.  I bdtm. townhouse. view, pool,  long term. $550. Sectet Cove.  Avail, now.  3 bdrm. home, 4 appis,  Redrooffs, $800 Avail. July 1.  3 bdrm. hideaway waterlront, 4  appis., labulous view. Brooks  Cove, Avail. July I  3 bdrm, 2 bath, partly lurnished  lownhouse, 8 appis, terrific view,  Secret Cove, $600 Avail, now.  NRS CENTURY WEST REALTY  LTD., PROPERTY MANAGEMENT. 885-2235. #23cn  1 bdrm. suite in triplex Mnine  Drive, $650 indudes hydro. 868-  2260. #23W  31    For Renl  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  Don Sutherland ol PEBBLES  REALTY LTD.will support your  Residential, Commercial or Indus-  trial investment. Pebbles provides  a lull setvice PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. Call Peb  bles at 886-8107 lor details TFN  N/S lemale prefers same lor  shsred accommodation In my  home, $350/mo. North Rd, Gib-  tons. 8664095. TFNs  2 bedroom character cottage in  Gianihams Great view, avail.  June 15. $625/mo 886-4996  TFNs  36 yeai old easy going male willing to share my 3 bedroom home  in lowei Gibsons Clean responsible, adull $325 plus 1/2 utilites.  886-3463 #23w  2 bdim. cottage, quiet, view, deck,  N/P neai Gibsons nel, $450/mo.  July 1 886 9170 #25W  Watch the sunset liom out waterliont Selma Paik Bungalow. $850  pet month. 926-5536. #23  Supeib 1 and 2 bdrm. apis, $590,  $695. Opposite Gibsons Maiina,  new building, quiel, secure, car-  poll, Winds, pattos, laundry. 886  3420. H24W  4 bedroom fantastic view, Gib-  sons $900 semi-watetlionl.  Phone 886-7712. #23*  I bdrm $325 per month, 1 bachelor suite $250 pei month. On  Francis Peninsula/ view ol Bargain Bay. Utilities Included. I -855-  4926. #23  Furnished sell contained suite  Haibour view. $300 pet month.  663-9177 #23  New 2 bdrm basement suite in  executive home on acreage. W.  Sechell. 4 appl, non smokers, no  Pets. Mautre responsible people,  rels. Available immediately.  $575/mo. 1/3 utilities. 524-8406.  ���24  Single parent (male smoker) 8  year old boy, dog, cats, have 2  rooms in bisement, shire rest  house t mil Roberts Cteek Near  beach, store, school. 886-7358 ot  1-976-3182. #24  Gibsons -1 bdrm brighl, view,  skylights, l/p, cedai $500 ft available July - Aug. Furnished or long  term unfurnished also 1 bdrm  bright basement $400. Plus.  Arthur, 885-9859. D24W  Deluxe I bdrm suile Hallmoon  Bay area. $550 per month. Rela.  requited. 885-5591. #24  New 2 bdim, 2 bath, den, 5 appl,  dbl garage, panoramic view, neai  ferry. Avail July 1st. $850. 886-  7394. #24  Gibsons 3 bdrm home on  acieage 1 year lease. $725 Avail  July 1.266-1501. #24  Newly renovaled 2 bdim cottage,  Roberts Cieek, Avail July 1. $760  p/month. 686-0929 eves.   #24cn  Blight, dean, 3 bdtm, top Hoot,  duplex, uppei Gibsons. F/P,  Southview sundeck, lum, w/d,  n/s, no pets $750 plus utils 277-  6205 altei 6:00 pm. #24W  One bedroom in Sechelt home  Daily or weekly 885-6473. #24cn  2 bdim house available July 1st  Selma Patk. $575 p/monlh. 921-  935601250-4216. #25cn  2 bdrm lurnished w/lront home  available lot July and August.  Hallmoon Bay 885-7984 eves  #25cn  Gibsons Blull waterlront, large 2  bdtm smle. 2744662       ��25W  Furn bachelor suite, lower Gibsons n/s $475 ind. utl 886 0230  #23cn  3 bdim, 2 bath house, 5 appl.  Avail July I $695 pet/mo. 1-731-  6696 Collect. #25W  1 bdrm lop floor suite neai Gib-  tons. $450 pet month plus utilities. Avail July 1. Rels. 1-922-  1880 Eves. #25  3 bdrm semi-waterfront with view.  Good parking, double carport.  HalloonBay. $750 per month.  883-2474 or 885-5112 message.  #23  3 bdrm plus den, view, garden,  parking, hot tub. Hopkins Landing.  $785 pet month. 886-8602 ot  2774725. #25W  New, 3 bdrm, t/2 duplex. Ensuite,  1200 sq. Il.'jvith lantastic view.  Call Craig. 8850946.       #25W  Sechelt spacious 3 bedroom, top  ol duplex $750 plus utilities,  lease. 255-2044 ot 8654045.  #2301  Gibsons - spacious near new 3  bdrm townhouse 11/2 balh, cash  washei, washer/dryer Close to  amenities, skylight, carport. Relerences. No pels. Avail June 1  2304099. H24W  Roomate wanted $300 per month  Utilities included 885-0713  between 4 30 ft 5 30pm    #25cn  Supeib view, laige beacheloi  smle with l/p Avail June 15, laundiy ft pad access $550 Walk to  'evry Phone 866-0990 leave mes  sage #25W  NATIONAL REAL  ESTATE SERVICE  Start  at the  TOP!  STEVE SAWYER  "Stitttcttuf /4U Tftux  Piattit*) TtettU"  ' Ktsklcntl.il  'Commercial  'Industrial  1 reliremenl unit  available  Restrictions apply.  References  required.  Call Steve  Business  Opportunities:  I have a number of  very exciling  business  opportunities  available.  Call Me  We will  ��� Screen potential renters  ��� Do moving- In inspecton  ��� Arrange lor maintenance &  tepaits  Collect the tent ft damage  deposit  ��� Disputse tent monies to  ownei  Do moving out inspection  HMHaiaaMMajaiaiaaw  FOR LEASE  Approximately 800 to 1300  sq. II. ol labulous offke  space in lower Gibsons  area. Landlord may  provide some leasehold  improvemenls.  FOR LEASE  LOCATIONI  LOCATIONI  LOCATIONI  Fabulous relail space  immediately adjacent lo  Galiano Market, Sechell  (Bemadette's Galleries).  Peilect localion lot youi  tetail business.  Avoid all Hie hassles and  problems and lot just a  pittance.  CALL Ihe Piopeity  Management Expert  STEVE SAWYER al  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  32. Commercial  for Rent  1165 sq ll retail, Sechelt, three  private offices. $780 net,  2000.-10,000 square leet. exposure, will build to suit  New ollice space 800-2400 sq. ft.  Wilson Cieek, $8.0Onet  Retail space New Plaza 900-3000  sq.ft. 14.00 net  Grant Realty  886-3330  TFN  Ollice, lower Gibsons, light i heat  ind. $175.886-2588. #24  Women in Trades shop available  lor sublet (Gibsons), July to Sept.  31. Reasonable tent. 886-3807 or  8864708. #24W  Davis Bay/Wilson Cieek Hill  available, wheelchair facilities.  665-2752 or 685-9863      #32W  Mini storage units lot tent in Gibsons 24 hi access 885-2499  alter 5 pm, #25cn  600 sq II piolessional ollice  space, giound lloor, lots ol parking on Famham Rd., upper Gibsons Call 896 7020 days    TFN  Freezer Warehouse  Space  2200 sq ft.  Warehouse Space  1500 to 3500 sq.ft.  Office Space  100 to 1500 sq.ft.  Call Dianne  885-2772  Retail or Office Space  For Lean  600-1300 tq. It. $300 $1100  Seaview Place. Hwy 101 Gibsons Lome. 1733-9883. Marie  686-7018. TFN  900 sq. It. 6.00 triple nel warehouse space in new building. Hwy  lOpancyAug 1st. 8859719.  I26W  Warehoute/ollice spice Irom  1500sq ft up. Diane 885-2772.  ss  Hwy 101, Gibsons. $6.00 tq. ft  tuple nel. Call 885-9719.      #23  Roberts Cieek Hall avail., dances,  patties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815 TFN  STORAGE  Heated, pallatized, gov't  approved. Len Wray's Transfer  Ltd 886-2664. TFN  34. Help Wanted  S20O-S5O0 WEEKLY  Assemble products at home.  Eaayl No telii You'ie paid  direct. Fully Guaranteed. FREE  24 Hour Recording. 801.379-2965  Copyright #BC1 (MOH.      #26W  Established marina located in  Secrel Cove is seeking to fill I full  lime secietaiial/ollice admini.  position. Duties include: postal  clerk, cashier, receptionist, data  entry, merchandising. Pievioui  exp. important. All applicanta  must be leasanl and possess  good communication skills  Phone 885.7868 lor further  details. #24cn  $40,000/yr! READ BOOKS  and TV Scripts. Fill out simple  "like/don't like' lorm. EASYI Fun,  relaxing at home, beach, vacations. Guaranteed paycheck.  FREE 24 Houi Recording 801-  379-2905 Copyright ��BC104EB.  ���26W  $40,000 yrl READ BOOKS and  TV Scripts. Fill oul simple  ���like/don't like' loim. Easy! Fun  relaxing at home, beach, vacations. Labor shortage, guaranteed  paycheck. Alto, Corrections $30,000, Read TV  Scripts $50,000, Number  pages $21,000. Make  Index $30,000, FREE 24  hour recording reveals details.  801-379-2905 Copyright  ���BC 104GB Hurty! Oiler endi  soon' #23  EARN MONEY Reading books!  S30 000/yr Income potential,  details I 605 962 8000. Exl.  CY308. #24W  Sunshine Propane, Gibsons,  requires lull I part-time attendants. Training provided send  resumes lo RR#2, Site 48, Comp.  1. Glbtont, BCVCN1V0      #24  Aie you proud ol your resume?  Prolessional resumes - last. 888-  2521. #23W  Cruise ship jobs hiring  summer/year round, $300 $900  weekly. Photogiaphert, tour  guides, caaino workert, deck  hands and moie. Hawaii,  Caribbean, Bahamas. 1 -504-646-  4500 ext. C305,24 hrs., directory  refundable fee. #25W  POLARIS BOTTLED WATER  requites sales representatives to  assist Sunshine Coatt distributor.  Box 379, c/o Coast Newt, Box  460, Gibsons, BC #24W  Cook with minimum 3 yrs. experience. Call or apply in penon,  ChaikOChik 886-2445.     #24W  Assemble light pioductl Irom  home EASY WORK, EXCELLENT PAYI We provide detail 24  hours. (604) 623-2380 Ext. #A74.  tm 18  Coast News, lune 8, 1W2  Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  A  Established marina located in  Seael Cove is seeking lo Wl a Ml  time tectetitiil/ollice admins  position - duties include postal  deik, cashiei, receptionist, data  entry, merchandizing Previous  tap important, all applicants musl  be pleiunt and posess good  ciximuncation skills Phone 665  7868 la Whet details     #24W  Cooks, waitresses dish wathe.  requited 3 yrs expenence loi  cooks Mult be able to woik  under pressure, be reliable, well  groomed. bondaCJe S have a big  Mine ol humor Pay $6-$l2 pet  hour depending on expenence  Resume and lelerencet requned  883-2269 #24cn  35   Business 4  Home Seivices  (JgStlrV^_ ���   )  YOUR RILL  FLOOR COVERING STORE  ���Ma, %m U* 1   I���V-*  fill ESTIMATES V. 1*4  iisasmas  Full time  Bartender  Peninsula Molor Im  886-2804  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Tht Healing Arts Fair at  Rockwood Ledge needs volunteers to assist with food  sen/ices on June 20th  A Workshop Coordinator is  needed lo assist with a program lor teachers of children's  art. Great opportunity lor  invorvemenl.  Grandparents ate needed to  give support to parents by  phone. Great listening skills aie  needed. Orientation provided.  Host FamieVts aie needed for  Japanese exchange students  from July 14 - Aug. 23. Call us  for more inio.  Concerned about the Earth?  A recycling depot in Gibsons  needs help on Sals, 2-4 hr.  shifts. Commitment is important.  For These And Mors  Opportunities Contact  TNE VOLUNTEER AND  ���(FORMATION CENTRE  at 685-5681  A seivice lunded by the  Ministry ot Social Seivices  Miture salesperson able lo work  eveings ea diyt apply in Person  It Snmount Carwash       #23w  Lord Jim's Resort Hole tequites  miintenince poisons 885 7036  25cn  35   Business &  i        Home Services  IA8Y ASSEMBLY my hours,  $339.84 week, family, ol 3 earns  $M17.92maithly.iTO!24HouT  Recording Reveals Details 801-  3792965 Copyright #BC104liH           #23  REGISTERED NURSE,  HOME SUPPORT  Pirt-time position, approx. 22  hit/week. Respontrble lor esse  mimgement, supervision ind  bsning of Mill. Mutt have current  RttABC i-egistrstlon, relisble vehicle Muth hive eHecave super*-  lory, orgiinzitionil 1 interpersonal skills. Mutt be willing lo  work In ��� teim letting. Home  Suppi"rtSa*aTOt*iovidestervicei  to the (Marly, disabled ( others  living it home. Please tend  reaume A hindwritlen cover letter  to: Eiiecutive Director, Box 2420,  Sechelt, BC.VON SAO. Deadline  lat-x*|ijixi.June12,1992.#23  UQUB VTNYL MMTMQ  OR  SOLO VTNYL SIOtNG  RELIABLE, QUALITY WORK  POR THE BEST PRICE  865-7618  YUK - Lit mi change Ihi  YUKKY colours ol your counters, Iridge, stove, hood, dlih-  wasa-ier, sinks and bilhlub. Call  885-7027. #23W  Whistlers One Ton Tiuck Service  rubbish removal, landscaping,  ttee removal, hauling, etc., 7  yeara experience, Iree estimates  885-2870. #27W  NICKS PAINTING  Small |ob specialist. Quality wotk  guaranteed 885-6340.       TPN  Computer spreadsheets Qualilied  Instructor lor Personal ot Bunnell Applications Individual or  group. Phone 885-7214. Evo Mar-  con. #24cn  Willi Window Washing Si's discount. 885-7733. #24  t.rilllod ii* Kl.r  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS Wallpaper.  painl. carpentry, dialling, Itee  eitlmilet, Reterencet available. 8664095 TFNs  TREES TREE SERVICE  Oanget Tree Removal, pruning  limbing & topping, shaping, land  clearing. logging Fully  insured We buy timber i{K dis  count servers 684 S.'Kli.M'nsi  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded S reliable 884 5324 ot  8862328 TFN  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing  Danger Tree  Removal, Insured. Guaranteed  Work Free eslimales 865 2109  TFN  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems7 Gatden oul ol  control? Need bee pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly reliable set-  vice Fully msuted Commercial 6  residential Reletences available  FRED 666-3526 TFN  Styles Carpet &  Upholstery Care  STEAM CI ( ANirtC. OF  ARPF1 A  UPHOlSTER'  CARPET   Ht PAIRS  lllll MILL SERVICES  Sharpening 4 Repairs  lo all cutting tools Including  Mower Blades 4 Chahisaws  Jimii Harrt��  HOME SHOPPING UNLIMITED  Call lor details ol Ihii convenient service: 6866324.     124  HOI��E IMPROVEMENT  Flaming, Carpentry, Finishing,  Drywall, Painting, Wallpaper.  Stefan Perry 886-3792.    #23W  DRYWALL FNSHINQ  Large or emill, last, reliable, pro-  tosswrwl. Rob Holier. 886-3573  #25 W  Creative seamstiess ��� curlains,  pillows, dressmaking t alterations. Please c-all 886-8309.  ���24W  MIM EXCAVATOR  Takeuchi TB. 25 reasonable  ratet. Service hookupt, sewer  systems, driveways, elc. Experienced opetatot. 865-4522 Glen  665-3768 ��24cn  CLOCK REPAIRS  DAVID BURGGRAF  885-7226  H.M.S. DISCOVERY PRINTS  NOW AVAILABLE  885-7228  #24W  Does yout garden need a tune  up? Experienced gardner, lor  quality miintenince. Rob 885-  5308. #25W  Greenttead Contt. Ftaming or  Finishing crew. Available now. For  Iree esl 896 0280. #25W  DO YOU NEED  Lawn/Landscape maintenance,  weedealing, brushculting, rubbish  removal, hedge ttiimmlng, window, cleaning, elc. Skip. 885-  4522. #25w  4 ADS  4ft  when you  pay far 2  FOR ONE WEEK  In ���Ithar th<* Monday  or Wookondor odltion  up to IO words  25 cents for oach  additional word.  Births, lost &  founds; Froo  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion.  Sun Sell Classifieds  $15 up to 10 words  $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 Wookondor  Noon Friday Noon Tuesdays  Gibsons 886-M22 Socholt 885-3930  36   Work Wanted  Ma" with 1 ton truck mil do rubbish removal, demolition, tree  removal, hauling, Iree estimates  Pat 885 2870 I27W  For all youf home improvements  interior, eitenor. lenovatws You  tell us what you want and we will  deliver No job too big or too  small Reasonable rates Call us  tor a tree estimate 886 8251  ��5W  COOL RUNNINGS  Light hauling, rubbish lemoval,  yard maintenance, rototillmg, odd  iobs 885*3917 TFNs  Housekeeping Heubie, reliable,  phone Afii after 6 pm 886 2676  ���23W  37   Child Care  Playmalea Daycare on Chaslei  Hi has spares available Fun,  canng. loving environment.  Lunches and snacks provided  Yvonne 886 4643 U23*  looking for responsible adull to  look aller my 7 month old in my  home 886 8832 ��25W  Light moving and hauling, yard  and basemenl cleanups Norm  886 9603 ��24W  Bob's Painting  20 yrs e.penence, quality workmanship and materials Satisfaction guaianleed 885 4804    124  B Vaicoe lootings, foundations.  sundecks Reletences available.  8857977 ��24*  Compiele Bobcal Service!  Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walls - Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  886-6538  TFN  Malum woman available lor  Spanish lessons, housedeanmg,  S babysitting. Reasonable tales.  Phone 886-8464. #23  Man wilh small tiuck, weedeatei  will do odd jobs 886-8464.   #23  IN HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Caipets ��� Upholstery   ��%  I'llWIWUI IRUCK MUUNltll IV**.  10UIPM1M (t    ,  I  886-3823  ��� DIVISION OF ��1N DEVRIES  i son nooacovEaiNCS  Part time or lull time. Trained in ���  chemicals, operating heavy duty  equipment, power saws; motorcycles; S outboard lixing; fencing;  rooling; spacing; pinball  machines; Illness instructor; yard  up keep; cooking; disc jockey,  fishing guide; managing; promoting; entertaining; catering; banquets, will do anything. Need work  please. 886-4688. ��23w  Will provide homemaking or personal care lot the elderly or disabled. Hourly, daily or short teim  live-in basis. Phone 886-4688 lor  more inlomation. #24lrV  Molly Mouse Day Care spaces  available - 18 months to school  age. Fun-filled caring environment  with early childhood named slall.  886-3913 130  Rainbow pieschool. Robeils  Creek Now enrolling lor 2 halfday  sessions Phone Joyce. 886-  80%. ��25W  38. Business  Opportunities  <*  For Sale/Lease new industrial  building 3700 sq.lt. 3 bays /1800  sq It. uppei storage space, ollice  lental potential. $24,000 per year,  Bany 886-8204. ss  Established lamily daycare close  to Cedar Grove School has space  lor 1 oi 2 more. Debbie 886-3483.  ���25  Excellenl inveslmenl opportunity.  Older, substantial, commercially  zoned building in head ol Sechelt.  885-5693. Evenings.        #25W  SAVE PAPER:  We've Got The  Why buy, when we've  got your number?  LOW COST FAX  TRANSMISSION  SERVICE  886-7725 or 885-3954  Send or receive  ��� Local, national,  international  ��� Reasonable rates  ��� Confidential sen/ice  Foi* more information  call 885-3930 or 886-2622  COAST^NEWS  Cruice Lane  Gibsons  Cowrie St.  Sechelt  BCYCNA  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  ANDYUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  255  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear in more than 100 community newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THE COAST NEWS AT 886-2622  lor 25  words  $195  $3.70 each additional word  ANNOUNCEMENTS  Nakusp Centennial Homecoming August 1-3. Slo pitch  Tournament, Dances, Waler  Sports, Golf Run, Much Morel  Plan to come home lor tun  and visiting. Pass the word.  AUTOMOTIVE  Engines rebuilt lor cars a  trucks. 6 Cyl. Irom $995, 8  Cyl. from $1095. 5 Year or  100,000 Km limited warranty.  Bond Mechanical 8720641  8-7 p.m. 7 days. Toll-tree  Mon-Fri 1-800-663-2521.  1985 Ambulance Maxivan,  dual air, 81,000 miles. Completely equipped, scissor bed,  oxygen, beacons, siren,  clean, ready to go. Only  $15,900. Truck Stop Auto  Sales 1-597-2022.  CANADA ENGINES LTD.  Quality Rebuilt Engines: cars,  light trucks. 6 Cylinder Irom  $995., 6 Cylinder Irom  $1095., 5 year, 100,000 Km  ltd. warranty. 7 Days,  (604)580-1056, 1-800-665-  3570.   Samurai, Tracker Bikini Tops.  Sale $39.95. Replacement  tops for Samurais $189., Bikini tops lor Jeeps $54.50.  Gemini Sales, 4736 E. Hastings Street, Burnaby, B.C.  Phone: 294-4214.  BUILDWM SUPPLIES  DOORS! WINDOWS! Interior and exterior wood, melal  and French doors, wood windows, skylights. MORE! Call  collect to WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW In Vancouver  at (604)266-1101.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  COLOURFUL BUSINESS.  Do you have a flair lor colour  and design? Decorating Den,  Canada's fastest growing Interior Decorating Franchise  IsexpandinginB.C. Training  provided. Lower Mainland  525-8722, Provincial 1 800-  565-8722.  Travel Business From Homel  Hawaii, etc. Materials, Training, Listings provided. Minor  Investment produces excellent income potential, travel  benefits. Write: E.V.A., 857  Stuart, Kelowna, B.C. VIZ  1G8.  Be your own boss! Earn $25  - $40 per hour working part or  runtime as a totally tropical  silk plant consultant. Phone  Bev 1(604)598-0105 collect.  PROFIT FROM THE RECESSION? Every few yearsatruly  different opportunity comes  along from ANYTHING you  have ever teen. Minimum  Investment $499. CALL TO-  DAY! 1(519)944-6000.  Make $$$ Driveway sealing  units lor spraying asphalt, interlocking brick, acrylic seal  ers, foundation coalings. Line  painters, blowers, heated  tanks. Commercial lawnspray  equipment. Inlormation call  1(416)372-3902.   EARN HOO'S WEEKLY DOING PLEASANT Honest  Work. Start Immediately.  Free Supplies. Rush Self  Addressed, Stamped Envelope: GREEN, Box 42069,  2200 Oak Bay, Victoria, B.C.  V8R 6T4.   BUSINESS PERSONALS  ADD A LITTLE SPICE! B.C.  College Roommates - Cindy,  Wendy and Lisa - have exciting Personal Photos of themselves lor sale. For discreet  info write to: Spice, Box 670-  GB, Kelowna, B.C. V1Y7P4.  Adults only please.   FOR SALE MISC.  Backhoes 2*4 W.D., 950,  960, loaders, 18" x 36" |aw  crusher, dump trucks and  pups, 455 case loader, water  truck, excavators, and more  equipment not listed. Call Vic  493-6791.  EDUCATION  TRAIN TO MANAGE an  Apartment/Condominium  building. Many jobs available.  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We ship  anywherel Equipment repair,  Team & Uniform Sales & complete retail. Excellent prices  ���.delivery. 1(604)876-2600,  934 Kingsway, Vancouver,  B.C. V5V3C4.  BLANKET CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISING  Slankelclassilieds appear in all BCYCNA  member newspapers  and reach over 3 million readers every  week.  The cost per Insertion  is $195.00 for the first  25 words and $3.70  for each additional  word. Pender residents fight slash fire  by Jane Seyd  A brush fire which broke out in an area of  Togging slash above Haslam Lake burned for  over five hours before Ministry of Forests  stall arrived on the scene, while a group of  local people dug a fire break and tried to pul  it out with dirt and shovels.  ��� In the two weeks since the fire, Pender  Harbour residents have voiced concern at the  lack of quick response by Forestry, the  potential threat to water supply from the  lake, and the risk of similar situations in a  hotter, drier part of the summer.  ��� Meanwhile local Forests staff blame the  delay on "poor communication" and lack of  accurate directions lo the fire scene.  i And the acting protection officer for the  forest district has said the ministry often  "relies on local people" lo put out small fires  in instances of low hazard.  Neither response has pleased the residents, who did mosi of the fin-fighting work  by themselves, wilh no proper equipment or  legal prelection.  Donna Ford, who lives just below Haslam  Lake in Middlepoint, said she and her husband were out bike riding with their children  on a Sunday afternoon two weeks ago,  when they noticed Ihe fire smoking in an  area of slash.  First on the scene about IS minutes later  were trucks from the Pender Harbour fire  protection district, which sent men up to  look at the fire, now smoking in an area  aboul 40 feel by 60 feel.  But the fire was outside the fire department's jurisdiction, said Pender Harbour fire  chief Bill Hunsche, and was burning on  Crown land, under the authority of the  Sechell forest district.  Often Ihe local fire department will  respond to calls, to make sure the fire isn't  wilhin their jurisdiction or burning out of  control, said Hunsche. However, the department still has "no legal or moral obligation  to go and fighl (he fire," he said. "It's noi  our problem "  According lo a mutual aid agreement with  Forestry, local fire departments will help to  battle a fire which is out of control on Crown  lands, bul only if requested to do so.  In the case of the Haslam Lake area fire,  the Forest Service was notified and Ihe local  fire department left the scene.  Bul over four hours later, said Ford, still  nobody had arrived to put it out. "It was very  very hot and dry," she said, and a wind had  started, causing flames lo leap up between  the timbers.  Finally, at the point when local residents  were abandoning their efforts, the fire boss  who had been on stand-by wilh Sechelt  Forestry office armed with a neighbour.  Ron Diprose, acting protection officer for  the forest district, said part of Ihe delay was  because fire conditions didn't warrant having a crew organized in Sechell and only one  person was on stand-by lhat weekend.  At the time of the call, which came  through the zenith number - and was therefore routed through the Powell River office -  the fire boss was also involved in mopping  up another slash burn near Sechelt, said  Mike Whitehouse of the local Forest office.  Once near Ihe scene, a mix-up in directions  also meant the fire boss firsl started on the  wrong side of the lake, said Whitehouse.  Often small fires don't get reported, said  Diprose, and Forestry tends to rely on local  people to put ihem oul, who can later receive  payment from the ministry.  That answer hasn't impressed Ford,  though. "It was absolutely pathetic that  Forestry didn't even come by, (while she  and her husband were fighting the fire)," she  said, especially since the fire was burning in  a reforested area.  "How much money does forestry put into  replanting this? And they're jusl going to let  it burn?" she asked.  While the Fords were al Ihe fire for about  five hours, she said, "it would have taken a  fire truck about thirty seconds."  2222  i21L  Deck Stain/Solid Hide Stain      j  should have read  Summer Sale Prices Now In Effect  Hours: Mon - Sal 9:30 - 5 30  Sunday 10:00 - 4:00  spca news  This beautiful two year old  neutered male Labrador-  cross is one of five dop waiting at the SPCA for good  homes. Call 885-4771.  5YEa\RSAGO  An irate Billy Fong  approached Gibsons Council  last week to voice his objections  about the excessive increase in  his property taxes. Over the  years his taxes have gone  steadily up by $75 to $100 each  year.  In an editorial, Gibsons  Alderman Bob Maxwell is  described as a beacon shining in  the political fog of the Town of  Gibsons.  A memorial service was held  at the Sechelt Legion on June 2  for Captain Robert Oliver Som-  merfield, CD.  10 YEARS AGO  Roberts Creek resident, 90-  year-old Hubert Evans, will be  honoured in a collage of personal tribute by family, friends and  other writers at the Aits Centre.  He has written a piece especially for the event which will be  read by his son Jonathon.  The recession, though severe  locally, hasn't hit Ihis area as  hard as the rest of the province,  the Gibsons Chamber of Commerce was told by NDP MLA  Don Lockstead.  15YEiUlSAGO  A press conference held al  the Salish Indian Band office in  Sechelt announced plans for  the Native Environmental Studies course has been finalized.  The first annual general  meeting to be held in recent  years by the Gibsons and District Chamber of Commerce  was held at the Gibsons Legion.  25 YEa-UtS AGO  LJ. Wallace, chairman of the  province's centennial committee, officially designated Brothers Park in Gibsons.  i    Fifty native children received  [a tour of the HMS Mackenzie  'lying at anchor off Sechelt.  45 YEARS AGO  !   The two four-year-old twins  ���of Mr. and Mrs. E. Keen were  [badly bitten by two dogs Sunday evening near Halfmoon Bay  'School.  ! A light is installed on the  teef in the harbour of Gibsons  Landing.  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday June 9,1992 7:00  Talk lo Ytmr Local Government.  8:00  ARABOOLIBS  The drama kids at Roberts Creek lilcmentary. Don't miss this one !!!  H-45  The Canadian Cable Television Association Awards for Excellence. Fmm  the Vancouver Convention Centre we present coverage of Ihe annual awards  luncheon.  Wednesday June 10,1992 *>:00  ESP. T.V.  A Discussion on Aids  too  Classic Cars Canada #12  Countdown lo the Kaee  Beginning Ihis week we will he eiiiilinuing Ihe Classic Cars scries from Delta  Cable 4  8:30  The Policeman Became an Artist  Gibsons R.C.M.P. Sergeant is an artist. The story of how he got started.  Thursday June 11 ,1992 7:00  Parliamentary Talkhack  Live Phone-in  8:00  Chinook Swim Club  Fun Meel  '��:r^",.LTo'7lslon SOUTH COAST FORD  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl Si Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  ,     _ HOME  i2l^r SERVICES  #7 ��� 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 885-4572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  Ever have some  important papers  you need to send  RIGHT NOW?  Not overnight,  or later today.  We're talking  NOW!  Ok, there's a  better, and  faster way!  mm  IN GIBSONS, FAX TO  886-7725  IN SECHELT, FAX TO  885-3954  Send: S3 per first page, Si each  additional page, plus phone charges.  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Annual Art/Photo Show (9 am - 4 pm  each day) - all members of the public  invited to attend.  Lasl day of classes  Cross grade exams'  June 17     9:00      English 8��9  June 18  11:10  1:20  9.00  11:10  1:20  Soc. St. 8 & 9  Math 10 & 10a  English 10 8 11  Soc. St. 10 �� 11  Science 8,9 a 10  Math 8,9 a 9A  June 22  'Exams in most other courses will be  held in classes June 15 and 16.  Commencement Ceremony  NATIONAL MATH TEST:  ELPHINSTONE IN TOP THIRD  Elphinstone Secondary Math students, by scoring so high  on the national Euclid math test, put Elphinstone in the  top one-third of the schools in the country. Elphinstone  students who won distinction were Mark Anson and  Sarah Puchalski  When Canadians  work together we can  take on the world and win.  To succeed in today's world,  Canadians must be able to compete because our jobs directly  depend on it. Preparing ourselves  through training will help us to  compete and secure the prosperity  we want for ourselves and our  children.  We have to invest in ourselves  and be a country that says...  yes we can.  This, Ontario company lias captured 50% of the world market  with CorelDraw, n software  graphics program for IBM and  compatibles. II exports 90% of Its  products to Europe and tlte U.S.  and attributes Free Trade to tlte  fact that it can operate to successfully from Canada, using  Caitiittitin talent and initiative.  Yes we can.  We've got the ability  tobuilaonour  successes.   We have a history of working  in co-operation with others for  world-class achievements in  peacekeeping, medicine and space  exploration. Now, with business,  labour, governments, academic  and social groups working together, we can achieve prosperity  through international competitive  ness. But there is one more critical  factor: Canada's ultimate potential  depends on the commitment of  individual Canadians to being  the best.  Yes we can.  We've got the proof .  Canadians are succeeding  every day. Many individual and  business successes exist... with real  benefits for individuals, the communities they live in and for  Canadian industry.  Hundreds of Canadian companies are achieving remarkable  international success. They're creating jobs, developing new skills  and opportunities for thousands of  Canadians and creating markets  around the world for Canadian  products.  Tlte Prosperity Initiative's  Steering Groitp is developing a  consensus-based plan of actum lo  be presented to Canadians in  September. Canadians told us  tliat they wanted lo participate in  developing this plan of action. We  listened...  Through a series of  "Community Talks", thousands  of people in 186 communities  across Canada Itave contributed  llteir ideas. They talked about how  to address the challenges and  opportunities facing us all in the  areas of competitiveness and  learning. They talked aboul how  to maintain our standard of living  and secure our economic future.  Tltey concluded that all of ils Itave  to play a part.Mnd the government is listening.  "I Itod to make a decision to  change careers. I chose to jjo into  computer programming and part  of my course was on-the-job  training al BC Tel where I now  toork as a programmer analyst.  Training really opened up a  promising future for me in a  fascinating industry!"  Yes we can.  We've got the people.  It's time to focus our energies  on our most important economic  challenge yet... and prepare  ourselves for a more prosperous  future.  ^fes,wecan!  Canada feature  Court system changing slowly to  assist victims of family violence  Part 2 or J  by Jane Seyd  According to the letter of the  law, it's clear: wife assault is a  Criminal offence, lo be treated  like any other crime. But when  ihe emotional web of family  \ iotence enters the courtroom,  in practice it's rarely thai sun  pie,  In the past, the courts haven't  been especially responsive to  the needs of women who are  victims of family violence  According to a report from  iiie lie Task Force on Family  Violence. "Many hallen'il  women live in tear during the  conn process, ami in threatened  by llie abuser while the MM is  before the courts Many cannot  leave then husband* because of  financial need ind in therefore  unwilling 10 testify."  Sometimes, says local Crown  counsel rony Rowley, even in  eases where women have been  "seriously brutalized", Ihey hold  oul hope that this time Ihe abuse  will stop, and are therefore  reluctani io testify.  'That's an area where I try to  use my judgement very caa'ful-  Iv," says Rowley.  Charges are never automatically dropped on the wishes of  the victim, says Rowley. If the  assault is of a "relatively non-  serious nature", if there is no  history of abuse, and if steps  have been taken to make sure it  doesn'l happen again, that might  he considered, he says. Bul if  Ihe woman has been injured, or  there is a history of violence,  charges proceed in spite of her  wishes.  In cases of reconciliation,  "I'm always very concerned  they're being pressured al home  to get these charges dropped,"  says Rowley.  In some instances there's a  clear public interest in "saving  the wife from a repeat performance," he says. "We like to see  Ihe guy is pul on probation  where he can do something realistic aboul changing his ways."  If a woman refuses to testify,  theoretically she can be found in  contempt of court herself. But  usually once the abuser realizes  Ihe charges won't be dropped,  he chooses to plead guilty rather  than push the case lo trial, says  Rowley.  "From the outside looking  in, it's easy to say that these  lis necessary lo make (abusers) responsible  for what Ibey do. Unless there are some serious  repercussions for tbe people who do these  things, they're bascially getting away with It'  ���Ricky, spokesperson for tbe Sunshine Coast Transition House  ladies have extremely poor  judgement, they're not being  sensible and Ihey should gel out  of the relationship," he says,  "but that's not how life works."  Increasingly, says Rowley,  judges are taking family violence cases more seriously,  largely "in response to some  public pressure."  Bul wilhin that system, it's  still true thai "some judges lake  things more seriously than others, and some are more sensible  than others," says Rowley.  And for some groups, the  courts have been slow to recognize wife assault as a serious  issue.  "The judical system seems to  be behind the times in many  respects," says Ricky, a  spokesperson from the Sunsh-  ince Coast Transition House.  Inconsistencies in sentencing  can still be very frustrating and  confusing, says Ricky, for victims and people who work with  battered women,.  "It's necessary to make  (abusers) responsible for what  they do," says Ricky. "Unless  there are some really serious  repercussions for ihe people  who do these things, they're  bascially getting away with it."  A recent decision lo make  "gender bias" training forjudges  optional, rather than mandatory,  isn't likely to help the situation  either says Ricky, because  judges most in need of greater  sensitivity lo issues like family  violence are probably those least  likely to choose the training.  Despite new policies in the  court system enabling the police  to lay charges, proceeding on  those charges and even the sentencing received by the abuser  still places some responsibility  on the victim, says Ricky.  That's not Ihe way it should be.  "There isn't any other area of  law where the victim gets lo set  Ihe penalty," says Ricky. "If  somebody was drunk and ran  into your house with a car,  would the victim get to say 'It's  okay, he was drunk, he didn't  really mean it?'."  "The final authority lies with  the judiciary to make those  statements about what is acceptable in a community."  ��  THE       B   K   A   C   H   COMBER       ���       T   II   E       BEACHCOMBER  *  ed  rX  ^G^-^^  H  m  0  THE BEACHCOMBER  H  'J  X  INVESTMENT  tn  >  <  ai  OPPORTUNITY  SPECIAL INVESTORS' PRESENTATION MEETING  o  X  n  co  O  2  X  MONDAY, JUNKS, 7:30 PM  H  AT ILLUSIONS SUITER CLUB, SECHELT  tn  a*  ���  All  interested investors in The Beachcomher condominium  project in Sechelt are cordially invited to attend our  oi  special investors' presentation. Information on The Beach  UI  comher Development Corporation's Offering Memor  CO  andum, the project architect, and general contractor will  X  he made available. The architact, contractor and local  m  %  financial institutions will he represented.  0  Twenty five shares are being offered at $100,000 each.  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