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 LEGISLATIVE LIBRARV  P.rii.men��BuiW��.gs R . c,  Victona, B.C. v��> t-*"*  COAST^NE\VaS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED     1945  May 24,1993 Volume 47 Issue 21  Hazardous waste  falling through  regulation cracks  by Derek McNaughton  While batteries, used oil, pesticides, pool chemicals or painl  spill into the Sechelt landfill  every day, bolh Gibsons and  Sechell claim Ihey are not  responsible for Ihe problem.  "Il's noi a large enough, high  priority lo bring in  anything   at   the  moment. We have       \fTg have no  no    special    ar- .  rangements. I don't Special  ment thinks "we're not a big  enough population to bother  with," she said.  Pari of Ihe problem stems  from the lack of understanding  over who is responsible for  clean up, and partly because of  Ihe huge cost in doing so, said      Dorothy Caddell,  BC's new waste  reduction commissioner. Neither federal, provincial nor  Ihink we perceive it arrangements. I municipal acts state  as a great need  said Gibsons Mayor  Eric Small, Wednesday. "We would  send it lo the dump  like everbody else."  From Halfmoon       Bay to Port Mellon,  all garbage, be it compostable,  compaclable or combuslable, is  hauled away by garbage collectors under direction from the  Sunshine Coast Regional Districl.  Coordinator Cathy Kenny  could not say how much waste  was entering the dump, whether  any of il was leaching into the  soil, or how thc Coast would  develop ils own plans for disposal. "We're doing a lol of finger pointing for sure," she said.  Often, municipalities order in  the province's 'Hazmobile,' a  heavy-duly waste disposal Iruck,  designed to cart away waste collected during local-government  sponsored "wasle weekends."  But thc hazmobile is a,problem  if special ferry arrangements  cannot be made.  Although the SCRD has  never sponsored a waste weekend, said Kenny, new waste  plans are being drawn. And  there is some recognition of Ihe  problem. Sechelt has tried to  order the hazmobile on Ihree  occasions, said Mayor Nancy  MacLarty. But the BC govern-  don't think we  perceive it as a  great need  -Uric Small  who is supposed to  be in charge of hazardous waste, she  said. Though ultimately, she said,  "everyone should be  ___________   responsible."  Caddell added  she was alarmed al Mayor  Small's refusal to perceive  household hazardous waste as a  current problem. "When you  live in a part of the country as  beautiful as Ihe Sunshine Coast  ��� a treasure for British  Columbians," she said, "we  have to be concerned about the  legacy we leave behind. We  have to think about the future."  Caddell, 41, is spearheading  a three-pronged attack on waste  in BC. Green taxes, deposit systems and or industry levies are  three plans she intends to recommend to Environment Minister John Cashore.  "We've got a lot of people  looking after the environment,  and a lot of them are not looking  after il very well," she said.  "The environment does not cast  off the waste it accumulates.  One of these days something is  going to give."  A few examples of household  hazardous waste are: lighter  fluid, turpentine, bleach, household cleaners, gasoline, rat poison and batteries, such as those  found in flashlights or radios.  Former "AAA" pitcher Brian Clark watches the delivery at the first of two pitching classes held  at Brothers Park Saturday for minor ball players. Joel Johnstone photo  Search, rescue saves distressed boaters  by Derek McNaughton  With their ship snagged by  rocks in the Georgia Strait east  Gower Point, three men called  for emergency help Tuesday,  launching a massive search and  rescue which involved RCMP,  the Coast Guard and the Canadian Air Force.  Four Coast Guard ships  including a Hovercraft, along  wilh a Labrador helicopter and a  'Buffalo' fixed-wing plane,  scoured the shores with search  lights and flares after 911 operators received the 11 pm distress  call. "The boat was takin' on  water. Whenever someone's in  distress, we just launch," said  CAF captain Dave Mansi.  The men were found about  two hours later, and no injuries  were reported. Several reports  by marine radio operators and  rescue people on the scene said  alcohol was involved, but  RCMP determined no charges  could be filed.  The owner of the boat "had  an odour of an alcoholic beverage on his breath," said investigating RCMP officer Dave Clinton, "but that's not to say he was  necessarily the driver." As well,  said Clinton, a "statutory presumption" prevents police from  giving a breathalyser test whenever more than two hours has  elapsed after an incident. The  two-hour bridge, he said, is  called a "variance gap."  Total cost for the rescue  could amount to more than  $50,000, said officials. RCMP  remind boaters that drinking and  boating is the same offence as  drinking and driving under the  Criminal Code.  Homing  in on  pivotal  OCP  issues  by Charles Hart  Some people may gel excited  aboul Ihe prospect of a town-  house or duplex designation in  their single-family residential  neighbourhood, others may be  less than thrilled with a multi-  family housing vision for the  waterfront, still others may  object plans to take land out of  the Agricultural Land Reserve  for commercial development.  A new community plan is  always controversial and Gibsons municipal officials expect  to hear some spirited debate  around those ideas in the town's  revised draft. But for the bulk of  the 100-page document, which  includes detailed policies for  development permit areas,  council and staff appear relatively confident lhat an overhaul  in the last 16 months has made  adjustments that reflect community views put forward at a public hearing on the first draft in  January 1992.  Al a media briefing Thursday, Mayor Eric Small stressed  the new draft has been completely rewritten, and he urged  people to attend open houses  Wednesday and Thursday (May  26, 27) in the Marine Room lo  comment and ask questions  about the plan's direction. If  people have objections. "It's a  lot better for all of us if it's  brought up at the open house,"  said Small. "Then we'll have  time to debate it and react lo it."  Planner Susan Stratis, who  has had a major hand in reshaping the plan since joining town  staff in November, acknowledged that the previous draft  "exceeded in many ways the  authority of the Municipal Act.  The flavour was more idealistic  before," she said, "and in some  cases unlawful."  Stratis touched on some of  the key policies of the revised  plan, from the town's point of  view, during a two-hour presentation at town hall. Chief among  those is a reduction in the overall scale and density of housing  compared to the last plan. With  the limited land base of the  municipality, Stratis said she  believes an ideal population size  would be in the range of about  8,000 to 10,000 people.  turn to back page  Environment  recommendations  loom for marina plan  by Jane Seyd  A formal recommendation on  Ihe proposed Wilson Creek  marina development is expected  from a federal environmental  task force within the nexl two  weeks.  Berni Claus, an  assessment officer  with Environment  Canada, said it will  then be up to the  Coast Guard to  make a final decision on whether the ���������  project should go  ahead as planned.  Most recently, environment  officials met with developer Art  McGinnis of Panorama Construction to discuss more technical information and visited the  marina site on Wednesday.  Claus said he also met with  some community groups,  including members of the Wilson Creek Ratepayers who have  raised concerns about the pro-  In an earlier preliminary  review this spring, Claus stated  thai the potential effects of the  development on the environment would be unacceptable  because of anticipated losses of  fisheries and  wildlife habitat.  Environment       In   particular,  ��� ,  ,     .... environment offi-  ojjtcials visited cials have ^n con.  the marina site  ��rned   about   a  _   .        . planned lock system  on Wednesday   viot the  m/rinai  _-_-���_-_-_-_-__-___-_.   which would raise  the tidal level permanently higher.  Since the initial report, some  changes have been made to the  marina proposal, which include  modifying some water levels to  accommodate salmon. An  enhancement program will also  be run at the marina site under  the authority of the Sechelt Indian band hatchery.  The plan for the lock system  has not changed, though.  turn to page 3  Teaching students games as tools for co-operation  by Darah Hansen  Who could forget those long  days of summer when, as a kid,  you would play those silly kid  games from sun up to sun down.  Remember marbles, red rover,  scrub, four-square, yards, kick-  the-can...?  They were the games that  didn't lake a lol of equipment or  time to organize. They were just  fun, requiring only cooperative  interaction between children.  But teachers have noticed a  disturbing trend on school playgrounds over the last two  decades - kids are forgetting how  to play.  "Somehow TV, videos and  video games have taken the  place of all those things we used  to do as kids. It (marks) a slow  process of losing that community feeling of caring and sharing,"  said Sechelt Elementary teacher  Brian Johnson.  Johnson is part of a team of  teachers at the elementary school  who have made several successful attempts to bring back the  games to the children.  The initiative for the program  came after teachers began to  note regular incidents of problem behaviour between students  Braeden Camposano and Sechelt  play at Trail Bay.  at noon hour and recess, said  Johnson.  "They just didn't know how  to share and cooperate to the  extent we wanted them to. They  would chase and tease each  other... they just weren't playing," he said.  But Johnson said the teachers  Elementary students learning to  Joel Johnstone photo  weren't willing to watch the  community feeling inspired by  positive interaction slowly  erode.  "We thought, we teach them  to read and write, why can't we  teach them games? We can teach  them to have as much fun as we  did when we were kids.'"  So for 15 minutes before  every recess, students, ranging  from kindergarten to grade 7.  were taught the games of old -  all the games the leachers could  remember. "I think some of us  had to dig (to remember)," said  Johnson, adding a lot of the rules  came right back..."we just  played them so much as kids."  And there is evidence the program is working, he said.  "They're actually doing it.  They're actually out there playing the games...They love it.  "Even the kids we didn't  expect to buy into the program  are saying things like 'I'm trying  to stop myself from bugging  other kids.'"  Johnson said recorded incidents of problem behaviour is  noticeably down at the school  though he credits this success  only partially to the game-learning. He said the school's self-  management program, which  rewards students for positive  actions towards each other, has  much to do with the change.  No one is expecting Ihis to  end all the problems between  students, Johnson said, "but it  certainly makes in-roads...the  school has calmed right down." iviay  WEST VANCOUVER POLICE DEPARTMENT  NOTICE  HORSESHOE BA Y PARKING  Commencing June 01, 1993, NEW PARKING  REGULATIONS will come into efTcct in Horseshoe Hay.  West Vancouver Council has passed a bylaw lo restrict parking  throughout the day and prohibit parking overnight. Signs will  indicate thc controlled areas. There will be a $20.00 fine for  exceeding the 3 hour parking limit in residential arras and a  Sis.to) fine for overnight parking. Horseshoe Hay residents, with  some limitations, are exempt.  BOOKSIGNING ��� NEW RELEASES ��� BOOKSIGNING  Don't Miss  thisoppOartunity...  Come and Meet  L.R. Wright  newest Sunshine  Coast mystery  "Prize Possession"  Greta Guzek  Artist/Illustrator  "Ferry Boat Ride"  Howard White  Award-winning author  "Ghost in Gears"  Peter Trower  Poet/Author  "Rough and  Ready Times"  SATURDAY. MAY 29. 2-4 pm  COAST  BOOKS  277 Gower Pt Road,  Gibsons Landing  886-7744  Coast News Classifieds  GET RESULTS!  PO. Bo�� 1993  Station B  Ottawa.  Ontario  KIPIB2  PUBLIC     NOTICE  A new relationship between  Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal  people, self-determination  for Aboriginal people,  self-sufficiency for Aboriginal  people, and healing for  Aboriginal people and  communities...  from Focu.incj tha' Dialogue  Roy.il Commission on Ationijin.il f'ropla's.  Discussion P.ipcr 2 (April IV9 !|  These touchstones for change will be discussed  by Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal community  leaders, representatives from groups and  organizations, and individuals. The Royal  Commission on Aboriginal Peoples will hold  hearings at:  Holiday Inn Ballroom  444 George Street, Prince George, B.C.  Public Hearings:  10 am-9 pm, May 31,1993  8:30 am-4 pm, June 1,1993  Chateau Granville  1100 Granville, Vancouver, B.C.  Public Hearings:  8:30 am-9 pm, June 2,1993  8:30 am-9 pm, June 3,1993  Other topics of interest to your community  will be discussed at these hearings. These  discussirns will help shape the  Commission's final recommendations.  You owe it to yourself to be informed.  For more information about our hearings phone:  ��� (613)943*2020  The Commission will be accepting written  submissions at its hearings. For more  information about the Royal Commission on  Aboriginal Peoples, our toll-free numbers are:  ��� 1-800-387-2148 (Cree, Inuktitut, Ojibwa)  ��� 1-800*363*8235 (English, French, Chipewyan)  ���*�� "**** Taian_ttyeml ha, MgMrtgtt* Ntdht. Pint NjrtUri  <'rVA,**><'   tvVv   j'..wl<'j'  Ceasefire called in watershed battle  by Jane Seyd  A court hearing date over a logging  injunction being sought by the regional district in the Chapman watershed has been  held over Iwo weeks to allow all parlies in  the dispute to continue discussions.  Ross Switzer, a lawyer for International  Forest Products, said lhe hearing date has  been deferred until June 8 in the hopes lhat  an out-of-court settlement can be reached  between the company, regional directors and  the Ministry of Forests.  Recently, court proceedings were revived  after Interfor gave the local governmenl two  weeks notice of its plans lo start logging a  contentious 15-heclare cutblock in the  watershed soon.  Roy-el Comfnliilon on Aborlglntl Peoples  U.C ff tfL* Mf-tV . a.Oa rVC 1-W Hr*atV> l��.-4>  Commllllon royate sur let peuptei tutothlonw  U.C *l>fla>* %*,* H*MH��C** .(_, KCWa. W.,V>  For now, Mike Bell, local manager of  Inlerfor, said cutblock 202 will not be  logged until either an agreement is reached  with the regional districl through the Integrated Watershed Management Plan or a  court judgment has been issued.  Meanwhile, regional directors were  adopting a wait-and-see attitude towards discussions wilh thc company.  In order for ihe court action to be  dropped, "we'd probably have to start talking about whether these eutblocks will go  ahead," said Roberls Creek director Brett  McGillivray.  Directors may also be asking for support  in their bid lo get a Crown Lands' lease on  Ihe watershed - which would  give Ihem  much more control over logging in the  Chapman.  Recently, several regional directors met  wilh John Cashore, environment minister, in  Victoria to discuss their proposal.  "While it's something new at Ihis point in  time it's not something Ihe provincial governmenl isn't thinking of," said director Jim  Gurney.  So far, the Forest Service has said various  eutblocks in the watershed - including 202 -  are safe lo log under controlled conditions.  Bul regional directors have said they  don't agree with that and maintain lhat logging has already threatened waler quality  through slides Ihey say have caused excessive turbidity levels.  Pender man remains missing   Coast  forest  council  Police are slill slumped as to  ihe whereabouts of a Pender  Harbour man who wenl missing  last Monday (May 10).  Staff Sgt. Cam Reid of the  Sechelt RCMP detachment said  a search has been on-goini; for  Harold R. Tibb, 86, since he  was last seen in Sechell after  paying a visit lo his seriously ill  wife at Si. Mary's hospital. At  the time of his disappearance,  Tibb was reported by friends lo  be in a depressed stale due to  the condilion of his wife's  heallh.  Reid said search teams have  combed the Coast's shorelines  in search of the missing man lo  no avail.  Police boals have also been  brought out as part of the search  as well as a police tracking dog.  Logging company to replace  herbicides with herbivores  by Darah Hansen  International Forest Products  is putting away its herbicides  this year and turning to the  experts to manage the growth of  brush on replanted forestry sites  of the Sunshine Coast.  Three^ hundred sheep are  expected lo begin their "silviculture work for Interfor within the  next two weeks - complete with  shepherd, and several sheep  dogs.  The process is called 'sheep  browsing' and has been tested  in other areas of the province  though it is the first time it's  been undertaken on Ihe Coasl,  said company silviculturalist  Bill l.asula.  Lasuta said the sheep will be  brought out to browse over 54  newly reforested hectares in the  Wilson Creek area when Ihe  brush starts growing.  The young trees are protected, he said, as the sheep palate  prefers Ihe brush.  Lasuta said the pilot project,  though small this year, could  expand if it proves cost-efficient  and effective.  The pilot project  could expand if it  proves cost-efficient  and effective'  In comparison to manual  brush removal, sheep browsing  runs at a similar cost, averaging  $450 to $500 per hectare.  Herbicide treatment remains  the most cost-effective method,  Lasuta said, estimated at $250  to $300 per hectare. He added  Inlerfor is still interested in the  sheep browsing projecl because  of ils obvious "environmental-  friendliness."  The Coast sheep browsing  program has passed the guidelines set by several provincial  governmenl agencies including  the Ministry of Forests, and the  Ministry of Environment, Lands  and Parks.   -  Among other, concerns,,  these guidelines maintain control over the heallh and welfare  of the sheep, camp conditions  and grazing areas.  Dr. Paul Martiquet, medical  heallh officer for Ihe Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit, confirmed Thursday his office has  also given the new silviculture  technique a clean bill of health.  Martiquet made the comment in  reference to concerns that diseases contained in sheep feces  could potentially contaminate  drinking waler courses.  But in this case, he said,  "These are healthy animals. We  are assured there are no  pathogens."  h>'   "*.  '^���T  Pebbles from the past  T  ELPHINSTONE CO-OPERATIVE STORE  his picture shows the Elphinstone Co-Operative store  in the late 20's. George Gibsons first home, built in  1912, is to the right of the picture.  f  <eM(t  es  _%  REALTY LTD.  "Pebbles people like to answer  your questions. Our office in  historical Lower Village is  open 7 days a week.. *  Vour loctl Rati Etltlt Company ��� Glbtont Qua  Box 335. Gower Point Ron). Glbtont, B.C. VON IVO  -Vilir^-  afttiM  Phone: 666-8107, Vtn. loll fret: 661-3044. Fn: 680-9060  a  on trail of  legitimacy  by Derek McNaughton  A circle of people seeking  input on land-use decisions ���  which will ultimately have political implications ��� is not political, said the group's leader  Thursday.  Entitled The Forest Resource  Council, Ihe association was  spawned four months ago from  an initiative by former district  forest manager, Barry Mountain,  who resigned las! year amid  allegations he had misused Iravel expenses.  "We're just ordinary people,  from one end of Ihe Coast to  another," said FRC director  Harry Almond. "We're not just  going to jump in and tell people  what to do." Almond said he  witnessed heavy conflicts  between environmentalists and  loggers while he was involved  with the Local Resource Use  Plan, a Ministry of Forests con-  .SUltjnj,. gpup. HepiMs, tola  this new Advisory group could ,  .-Jft.;* .   fO.S^aaaltV.. a.'.W>^.-.  reach consensus on ��� looal  resource use of water, gravel  operations, soil and forestry.  Almond insists the council  has no agenda. He said he .  sought representation from  ratepayers' associations from  West Howe Sound to Egmont  and has asked for a member  from the Sechelt Indian Band.  The community associations,  he said, will appoint whomever  they want, and if that means  some have strong preservation  or logging interests, fine. "But at  least ihey won't be fanatics; we ,  hope it will balance oul."  Yet can a select group of ;  political people make objective ;  land-use decisions without bias j  or personal interest?  "We're trying to keep away ;  from being biased," said .  Almond. "Some of Ihe people .  will have their own agenda. It's ;  an experiment..." J  Although the Forest Ministry J  has been providing some admin- J  islralive support for Ihe FRC, j  Almond said his group is non- ,  partisian, and is merely looking :  for a way to end battles over the ;  woods, such as those in Ihe  Tetrahedron, Caren and Clay- A  oquol. Almond called the Clay- '.  oquot Sound decision ��� in ���_[  which lhe NDP approved log- fl  ging in 62 per cenl of the old- ���  growth forest ��� fair. "The gov- "  eminent did what it had lo do," H  he said. "The only thing we're I  losing is old Irees. As long as ]  we're not culling every one of 3  Ihe damn Ihings down," he said,   j  In Ihe Tetrahedron, he said, I  "there is a possibility to cut *  more blocks from Ihe west of *  Edwards Lake." Almond |  stressed, however, lhat Ihe I  Chapman watershed is a "waler fl  retention area and if Ihey [lim- ���  ber companies] gel into that J  basin, they might damage the ;  water basin capabilities."  .'  Currently, about 20 people A  have been appointed lo Ihe 3  forestry coucil. Stephen Owen, j  chair of the Commission on *  Resources and Ihe Environment, .'.  has given nods of support. The !  FRC met with Owen over two .','  weeks ago and is waiting for a j  response. Gordon Wilson has I  also endorsed the group.  They are currently seeking S  endorsement from Gibsons town S  council. i  I Coast News, May 24, 1993  news  Coast hatchery salmon ocean-bound  by Jane Seyd  Thousands of glistening silver salmon wriggled in nets  wielded by volunteers and fisheries students recently as the  Sechelt Indian Band released a  total of almost 600,000 fish  from ils Maclean Bay hatchery.  A total of 18,000 yearling  chinook were released at an  average size of 100 grams, said  hatchery manager Sid Quinn.  Approximately 108,000  smaller chinook smolts were  also released. Of those, about  23,000 were barged up lo Jervis  Inlet in tanks aboard the Inlet  Raider and released off Egmont  Point.  Fish released off Egmont  were lagged in tile nose and had  Iheir adipose fins clipped so the  hatchery can track the differences in survival rates between  those salmon and others released  in Maclean Bay.  Thc hatchery will also compare survival rates of yearling  fish and more rapidly maturing  "zero-plus" salmon.  Typically the hatchery has  between a seven and 12 per cent  t__  OMEGA  *4^2MlQ 1  ymmmr  PIZZAS  7o$p\itotvoi&9*ltt\_i*u_myoai j  aWfWtt-flta* acw i*ta* HoMm  1 ttl-JtJuiJ   VaM Ly Jjfliieji     f^����e*am A  otTakcKaat tamTiajpeaj.  ...va^ttaaaatMaraialitaal .'  HOME DELIVERY 886-4��2��4��1  Volunteers net pen salmon for release to the wild.  survival rate of salmon to adulthood.  Other salmon released by the  hatchery included 80,000 yearling coho at aboul 22 grams  each and about 400,000 chum  fry let go approximately one  week ahead of the larger fish.  The Chapman Creek hatchery, run by the Sunshine Coast  Salmon Enhancement Society,  also released about 9,000 coho  into nel pens in the Pender Harbour area and 42,000 chinook.  Jane Seyd pholo  Aboul 6,600 sleelhead were  also flown out by helicopter last  Thursday for release in the  upper Chapman.  In recent weeks, lhe hatchery  has released a total of about  370,000 Iroul and salmon.  Elite Travels  welcomes  WESTC0AST  EXPLORERS  TRAVEL CLUB  Westcoast Explorers was purchased^  By Yvonne Barrie  Drop in for The Summer &  Early Fall Brochure.  886-3381 or 886-2522/Fax 886-3332  819 Sunshine Coast Hwy, Gibsons,  (next to Gibsons Medical Clinic)  Pender landfill granted stay of execution  SHOW YOUR COLOURS . . .  AND SAVE SOME DOLLARS.  by Jane Seyd  The controversial Pender Harbour landfill  received a reprieve from the governmenl this  week - and Ihe community now has two  more years to sort out how it's going to deal  with ils garbage.  Ron Driedger, of the waste management  branch in Victoria, said he has approved a  two-and-a-half year extension to the current  permit, which had been scheduled lo run out  in a month. That means the Pender landfill  can operate until the end of December 1995  - the same date a solid waste management  plan must be completed by the SCRD.  Jane Reid, regional director for the area,  said the decision means residents will have a  greater say in future waste management  plans involving Pender Harbour.  "I think he recognized it's vital to have  community support to achieve these goals,"  she said."... (in the past) the communily felt  they had not been given consideration."  As a condition of the permit extension,  the regional district must monitor the landfill  leaehate and submit a plan detailing how any  toxic elements will be treated or diverted  from water courses. An attendant to monitor  what goes into the dump will also be  required eight hours a day for five and a half  days each week.  Panorama, band consultants defend lock system  from page 1  "We negotiating," said  McGinnis. "There's some pretty  gross misunderstandings on (the  environment officials') part  ...What we're proposing has  never been done in western  Canada before." McGinnis said  biological consultants for  Panorama Construction and the  Sechelt Indian Band still feel the  lock system is environmentally  sound, despite comments from  environment authorities.  He added he's confident  there   will   eventually   be  approval of the marina, although  no work will now be possible  this year: "We've missed the  window already."  The projecl - a joint venture  between Panorama and Ihe  Sechelt band - is projected to  cost $19 million and take five  years to compiele.  Meanwhile, McGinnis said  he's been frustrated that early  environmental reports from the  company weren't responded to  by government agencies.  "There's a lot of innuendo  flying around," he commented.  Check out our  indoor & outdoor  pots & planter  display area  and save  15  until  May 31  ' we have pots  it planters... you bet!  strawberry ��� clay ��� plastic  ceramic'pottery'cedar tubs & more  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  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WE WON'T BE UNDER SOLD.  SOUTHCOASTWRD  FORD ��� LINCOLN ��� MERCURY  Wharf Rd. Sechelt MDL 5936 PH 885-328! (PARTS DIRECT LINE] 8857211 VAN TOLL FREE 684 291 opinion  Tocsin tolling  to tidy up  toxic habits  Ideas about what to do with the tonnes of garbage we  humans produce daily have evolved to the point where,  here in BC, the government has set a goal to half the  amount of trash going to dumps by the year 2000.  A decent, sensible and achievable goal, given incentives, grants for recycling and transportation, and appropriate regulations.  It's doubtful that the Coast will achieve it. however.  The Pender landfill has been granted an extension for  another two years and the dilemma of whether to build a  new landfill to provincial standards or use a transfer station in a Coast-wide waste management plan has still to  be resolved.  And unlike other BC communties where landfills are  reaching the end of Iheir life and the current cost of alternatives is being explored, the Sunshine Coast seems to  languish in the belief that the Sechelt dump has an unlimited lifespan, that the condition of the landfill will be tolerated by the environment ministry forever, and that it is  acceptable to dump whatever we want into it.  The problem conies more sharply into focus when you  turn to the issue of hazardous waste. While the province  presses ahead with regulations about regular household  garbage, the most toxic substances - acids, corrosives,  pesticides and chemicals, continue to pour down drains  and leach into soil and water through outdated landfills  without any leaehate collection system.  There are regulations about hazardous waste, but they  are not supported by a service system, yet alone any way  to enforce them.  Even in places such as Nanaimo, where the environment ministry has a waste depot, only one day a month is  set aside for residents across the whole central Island to  drop off hazardous substances. Moreover, the ministry  prefers that the arrangement is not widely known because  it simply doesn't have the staff or equipment to handle  the volumes of waste that would come pouring in if the  population abided by the regulations.  And we're a long way behind even that inadequate  option on the Sunshine Coast. There's a ferry separating  us from the Vancouver waste depots, no provision for  safely transporting hazardous waste, and the government's option of a Hazmobile' has never set tire to Coast  roads. Coast MLA Gordon Wilson lobbied the government about the issue early in his tenure, but it appears to  have slipped through the cracks of the former opposition  leader's political agenda. * -  Indeed, by all accounts, the whole issue seems to have  slid into a mire of jurisdictional sludge that will take  years to clean up. Just like the toxic waste we continue to  dump into our landfills without a seeming care.  Rescue missions  Unlike other emegency services, such as ambulance  and mountain patrols, in which abusers who contribute to  their own misfortunes may be billed for rescue costs,  financial responsiblity for such accidents at sea carries no  such penalty.  Yet the costs of a full-scale rescue, involving military  helicopters, aircraft and Coast Guard vessels, are astron-  imical. The nation's military budget continues to fly in the  face of the country's dire financial woes, bloated further  by rescue costs that should be offset by demanding  accountability for abuse.  Clearing the air  over Tuwanek  It was with considerable concern I read the article by Derek  McNaughton (May 10, 1993)  regarding the burn application in  Tuwanek.  While accustomed to the  imaginative and emotional  rhetoric of Linda Williams, I  was disappointed the Coast  News would print such an article without confirming a few  facts.  Hopefully the following will  help "clear the air".  1. The Tuwanek sile has been  a logging operation since at  least 1935.  2. Twelve years ago Jackson  Bros, voluntarily moved the  burning away from the water  and installed a blower system  which was optional and above  existing requirements of the  day.  3. This system has been  maintained and improved.  4. Previous permits allowed  burning for seven four day periods during the calendar year. In  1992, Interfor exercised this  option a total of two times.  Interfor did not receive one formal complaint on either of these  occasions.  5. Interfor has not burned any  debris since May of 1992. The  intended third burn in November was cancelled due to a  mechanical failure in the blower  system.  6. Inlerfor has not burned any  debris in 1993 pending resolution of the permit issue.  7. Mr. McNaughton did not  reveal the entire contents of die  interview. My comment on the  harmful effects of smoke is  taken out of context. What was  said is there have been no studies on how much smoke, and  what effects, if any, result from  our burning activities as they  relate to Tuwanek.  Interfor accepts and enforces  its corporate and community  responsibility, is a member of  this community and has demonstrated its environmental commitment in all its operations.  MIKE BELL  Operations manager, Interfor  Select logging  alternatives  If more potential and present  residents would act as responsibly as the Clarke family in  Roberts Creek to the special  environment we have, it would  not be difficult to maintain it.  When this family needed to  log a portion of their property  recently, they approached the  community planning committee  and then hired Barry Pearson to  selectively log the required area.  This way the community was  prepared when the trees began  to fall. The logger is an ecologically attuned person, thus the  trees were logged carefully and  all debris was buried in the  ground and filled in to compost  and new trees were immediately  planted to replace those lost.  As a neighbour I wish to congratulate them on their responsible actions toward our community and other nature..  HELEN ROY  Roberts Creek  Knowledge  and power  Years ago, didn't someone  wise say that "knowledge is  power?"  In her column last week,  Roxanne Gregory suggested that  there are real needs of women  on the Sunshine Coast that are  being left unaddressed.  The 'Creative Living for  Women on a Limited Income'  series of 12 workshops was  labelled as nothing more than a  band-aid solution.  I support the Women's  Resources Society which is  offering the series fo ALL interested women on the Coast. I can  also elaborate on two of Ihe programs which plan to focus on  some of the real needs .of the  participants. Workshops five  and six are 'Good Food, Good  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 460  Gibsons, B.C.  V0N1V0  Fun' and 'The Community  Kitchens Cook-in'.  The Good Food, Good Fun  highlights include a brainstorming of how to encourage our  children to eat well, a supermarket tour, the challenge of buying  into good eating, a rate what  you ale exercise and a lighl look  al fun foods.  The next session offers a  Community Kitchen cooking  experience. This invites participants to plan and cook several  meals lo take home to their families.  We have a success story in  our community: Ihe community  kitchen group have evolved  goals for themselves which  include much more than simply  cooking together and receiving  food once a month.  They are exploring creative  budgeting, communication  skills, generating ideas for  resources, time management and  fundraising, at the same time  .they are updating, Iheii; knowledge and organizational skills.  The sixth workshop, then  offers particpants a taste of the  Community Kitchen group  experience.  Real needs that can be supported through these programs  focus on self-responsibility, pro-  action, skill building, creative  time and money management,  team building and a belief in  one's self-worth.  And these are only two of the  12 workshops.  I suggest thai the Empress  wears much more than band-  aids. Ms. Gregory needed to do  more research into the series of  workshops before writing her  re-active column. Cannot  knowledge become power?  DANIA MATIATION  Community Nutritionist  More things to know about our new free trade partner  We arrived in San Miguel de Allende on a Sunday afternoon. When we made our figure-of-eight  traverse of Mexico in 1989 San Miguel was the  centre, or crossing point, and we stopped there  twice.  For both of us it was our first visit in late  Spring. The first thing we noted was [he flowering  jacaranda not seen in bloom before. The magnificent flowering purple trees take your breath away  on first sight, even without the sunshine and blue  sky, the flowering bougainvillea in their variety of  astonishing colours, the palm trees and the \ariety  of flowering cactus.  Suddenly the hardships of the way all seemed  worth while.  San Miguel is a colonial city dating back to  1542. The streets are narrow and cobblestoned. the  architecture Spanish. It is a place of formidable  charm, a mecca for Mexicans as the birth place of  the Senor Allende after whom it is named and a  haven for expatriate North Americans for more  than half a century.  Fifty thousand people live in its crowded narrow streets on a sunlit hillside in Central Mexico.  We arrived from a direction new to us and plunged  into a section of town we didn't know on streets  not designed for automobiles.  Not for the first time in Mexico, I gave thanks  musings  John burnside  that I was driving nothing more unwieldy than a  Volkswagen van.  The best things when you travel, in my experience, are never planned. We gave little thought to  our arrival time but nothing could have been better  than Sunday afternoon. We had time to nuke our  arrangements then stroll up the hill to lake our  places in the wonderful Mexican custom of Sunday  night at the jardin(pronounced hardeen), or town  square.  These are wonderful places these jardins, in  effect the living room of the entire town.  The jardin in San Miguel is a particularly fine  one with a number of sculpted, heavily foliaged  uees in which tbe urracas of the town roost at sunset.  These birds are like the magpies familiar to us  in Canada except they have no white. A seasoned  San Miguelite informs me that they are not, however, magpies but boat-tailed grackles.  They fly in their hundreds as the sun begins to  set against the pink stone of the parroquia, or  parish church, to take up their roosts for the night.  For a time as they settle down their mass chirping  competes well with the music and the hundreds of  people who make iheir way to the jardin on Sunday evenings.  Motorised traffic is firmly regulated by youthful  traffic officers and on Sunday night it is usually  hopelessly stalled in the aimiable chaos that is  Mexico. There is a ceaseless flow of people walking around the jardin.  Finding a seat on one of the many benches is a  difficulty. If you can't find one there is the low  stone wall bordering the squaie on all four sides; or  you can join the hundreds simply strolling through  the soft night air around and around tbe uees and  the birds and the music on the bandstand which is  a tradition on Sunday nights.  It is a people place extraordinaire and the contrast of this happy congregation in all their rich  variety stands in stark contrast with some of the  unhappier aspects of the North America we have  just left. One walks away from the jardin in the  middle of this Mexican town in tbe dark, down  poorly-lit streets no wider than alleyways and the  only embarrassment is in passing young lovers in  the darker places.  One would not dare to saunter after dark down  such dim lit alleyways in any of the American  cities we have come through and there are parts of  Vancouver, too, down which it would be foolish lo  walk in lhe dark.  But don't let me get too far down those alleyways yet. We must return to the jardin for there is  something there which is beautiful, which is Mexico, and which I am struggling lo say.  There are grandmothers and grandfathers, mothers and fathers and young children.  The children, dressed in their Sunday best, are  running and playing in happy peace amongst the  crowds of aimiable adults. Fathers proudly carry  babies, everybody radiates delight or content.  There is a shy and touching ardour between  young lovers, chaste and intense and rarely seen  where we live; ihe unattached young parade and  flirt and hope their privale hopes.  We may have much lo contribute to a new partnership with Mexico. We have also much to leam  about living together in the peace and joy we seem  somehow to have lost. To be in its presence during  its finest manifestation in the Sunday night jardin,  even as a visitor, is to tingle with an ancient, half-  forgotten delight.  naMWaaa  PetTaaop  COAST^NEWS  Subscription Rapes for  Ihe Coatt Nmn or the Wediendee:  1 year . S35 * J2.45 CST - $37 45  6 moulds ��� ��20 a $1.40 CS1 ��� ,21 40  ronlin! 1 year ��� 140 (No CST)  Reg. No. 4702  The Sunshine Coasl News is pubHshed on  Ihe Sunshine Coasl, B.C. evwy Monday by  Clesthr- Plr-as ltd.  Gihsons Office ��� S37 Crvict lane  Boa 460, Cibsons, &C, VON IVO  |6()4| 886-2622, Fax 16041 MtV772S  Sec***Office-5--1 Cowrie SI  Box 6a Sechell. BC, VON 3A0  1604) 885-3930, Editorial (604) 885-3980,  Fax 1604) 885-3954  Aa-ertemg  Impmmtotms m Faof/ara. Stmorse Cadyslaa-Smrth.  Loral Shaav. David Miner  Offloe aMaraager Anne Thomeen  OHk. Suit  Qrtmem Sue Connor  Sechell Ru*s Faarrealer, Janice Edmonda  EaaVaBr  fleportera  JUanaojer  Production  Charles Hart  Stuart Bumalde, Darah Hansen.  Jane Seyd, Derek McNaughton  PhDlogrepher Joel Johnstone  **ra9a*kjeMao  CatthyMack  Beverley Shipley.  Andy Jukes.  Annie MacTevish,  EMabeth Samrnon  ���t AWAMD-mNNInK  The Sunshine Coasl Nesvs is protected by copyright  and reproduction ot any pan ot il by any means is  prohibited unless permission in wilting is liist secured  from Glassford Press Lid., holder of the copyright Coast News, May 24, 1993  Born again loggers in Silver City  Peter Trower of this town  was invited down recently to a  gathering of loggers in Washington State to read some of his  logging poems. Gatherings of  loggers have become, almost  traditionally now, pretty hearty  affairs and have not always, so  far as I know included poetry.  The meeiing was held in a  place called Silver City, on a  flank of Mount St. Helen's, not  all thai far from the border with  Oregon. It is logging country  alright and probably where the  legends of the giant logger Paul  Bunyan and his big blue ox  Babe first began and so some  poetry there as well in these  days might seem a legitimate  thought.  It is noi, of course, the kind  of logging of today that is being  remembered and celebrated at  these get-togethers. It is a kind  of logging that seems almost  suddenly now something oul of  history.  Quite young people, well  young at least to me, are coming  up with personal anecdotes and  making it clear that these are  from 'the old days'.  It is indeed a very short time  from when the woods, given the  kind of logging being pursued,  seemed almost inexhaustible. II  was not that eyes were closed to  Ihe potential of over-logging. It  was very much front and centre  in '56, for example, when a firsl  documentary film was made  about it. It was just that everything seemed altogether manageable.  Sure the companies were get-  ling bigger and huge tracts for  potential cutting were getting  bandied about, but the operations themselves were mostly  relatively small cutting crews,  with donkey engine and rigging  from the days when the navy  was still under sail.  Logging was of course, a  way of life and personal stories  of the days before mechanization still abound on this Coast.  Stories of monster logs whirling  down at you out of the mist and  spar Irees breaking, and cables  snapping, and assaults on almost  impossible slopes.  Small wonder, then, that ex-  loggers find a ready brotherhood among themselves, on  either side of the border. In fact  the line between BC and Washington probably means a good  deal less among loggers than it  does to the two governments.  Loggers logged on either side,  drifting back and forth and the  notion of 'Cascadia' is often not  one that gives them any trouble  at all.  Nonetheless, there is a difference which is not just the feeling up here that logging on our  mountains was a good bit  tougher than logging down  there. There do not seem to be  any connections between associations of loggers in the states  in a nutshell  OMEGA  HOME DELIVERY 886-4��2'4��1  and associations, if any, here.  When Peter Trower went down  last week his was perhaps going  to be the first voice of a Canadian logger poet to have been  raised among their rugged citizenry.  Things were not the way he  expected. There was an unusual  decorum over all, for a logger's  festival at least. There was an  enthusiasm everywhere for 'logger poetry'. And just about  everyone had been 'born again'.  Peter of course, is primarily a  poet who has been a logger,  rather than primarily a logger  who can make rhymes. He was  in the old art/folk art situation  and from the start he was pretty  steeply in.  These were brother loggers  no doubt, and they gathered in  Silver City from Alaska and  hither and yon, and he was happily a member in the best standing, but brother poets on the  other hand they simply weren't.  Peter found that he was being  referred to as 'the Canadian',  and began to feel a bit like some  sort of delegation of one. There  stuart nutter  was no way anyway he was  going to appear to come over  the rhymes with his poetry. He  selected the stuff he was going  to read with care.  What he says, though, is that  when ihey gol up on the stage  and spoke the lines that had  looked so crudely on the page it  had a lot of strength and humour  and it seemed all for real; and  poetry is memorable speech.  The other dimension in the  situation was the 'born again'  dimension, which permeated Ihe  whole.  Peter doesn't remember there  being any of this great believing  among the workers in the  woods, but he exchanged books  with a fellow member and the  one he got has a cover which  shows a logger at the top of a  tree and a rainbow from there up  to what has to be the pearly  gates.  Born again loggers perhaps  don't die. The trumpets blow for  them, they cross to the other  side, they are caught up into the  bossom, they join the elect; and  why not, and so good on them.  GARDENS  New Colourful,  funky  jewellery & accessories  now In stock.  handcrafted gift & iTLmd'Bou.tique  Rrcsr  ol 689 Hwy  101  est Martin Road   Gibsons  rosslroinSa-avu-wPlo.ee)   Wi-d Sal   10 S   H86U355  Fight to maintain  quality of life  Nancy MacLarty and crew  are obviously suffering from the  same disease which seems to  afflict all politicians today.  Increase taxes and increase revenues and somehow we'll all  live happily ever after. Only in  Ihe fairy tales does this scenario  ring true.  Bud Koch started the ball  rolling when he amalgamated  the outlying districts of Sandy  Hook, Davis Bay and West  Sechelt into one taxation district  in order to "increase the tax  base" of Sechelt. The hopeful  offshoot of this endeavour was  lhat by increasing the tax money  available, Sechelt would be able  to provide more services. The  odd plaintive whine emanated  from the backwoods that this  plan would not work.  Increased costs of governing  a larger municipality would  more than devour any increase  in revenues. Seven years later  the taxpayers in the amalgamated districts are just starting to  understand the ramifications of  this fateful event. Taxes are  steadily increasing, the size of  government in Sechelt has  expanded enormously, and services to the outlying areas have  not changed one iota.  The residents of Sandy Hook  are fed up with being viewed as  the "poor country bumpkins"  and are demanding some action.  Mayor M. has obviously designated their concerns to the compost bin as she proclaims in the  Coast News to have a "green  mentality". At least she is not  littering Ihe highways as Sandy  Hook residents do when their  cars involuntarily leave the  "perfectly safe" road and end up  resting against a tree.  Mayor M. further states in  the same article thai development is necessary because "We  need Ihe tax base". Same old  song, just a different drummer.  Increasing density brings with it  increased costs to service the  increase in density. The biggest  growth industry resulting from  this is in government. The needs  of the population are not being  met with the current tax base  and it is absolute folly to suggest that further development  will rectify the situation.  Residents in West Sechelt are  next in line to see their rural  community debased by development in order to feed the government trough. Mac and Bio  has its sights set on developing  a large property smack in the  heart of our community and forever changing the character of  our area. Residents hoping that  perhaps an OCP will provide  strict guidelines for development are dreaming. OCPs are  not worth the paper they are  written on. Mayor M. clearly  admits that council can vote to  override an OCP at any time.  "Zoning laws are made to be  changed" Mayor M's gem of the  week. With elected representation like that, who needs enemies?  The time for residents to  stand up and be counted is now,  before Sechelt is turned into a  vinyl-village Surrey. Mayor M.  is trying to lull residents of  West Sechelt into a false sense  of security about this issue by  staling that she feels lhat the  MacBlo development is years  away. It may take years to finalize all the stages of the entire  plan but Mac and Bio is going  to ask for rezoning forthwith.  Residents of West Sechelt  must start with formulating an  OCP which maintains the quiet,  rural nature of our community  and then electing representatives  who are going to stand behind  the wishes of the populace.  The future is now and I, for  one, do not like the way it is  heading but I am prepared to  fight to maintain a quality of life  for my community that is fast  disappearing.  EVA TRIPP  Sechelt  Slang, taboos and  free expression  I think Doug Dickson was  really talking about pussy cats  in his poem and not utilizing  'pussy' as the taboo slang well  adjusted, normal people never  think of on Iheir own. I know  this gentleman and he is so  straight he squeaks. More than  lhat, there are over a thousand  males in Gibsons far more dead  ly to the female sense of self  image than Doug could ever be.  Doug is a very serious person, definitely not prone to  frivolity and although he is the  nicest guy in the world, I challenge anyone outside his immediate family who has ever seen  him laugh in public to come  forth. He is just not the kind  who would write such a thing.  About pussy cats yes, but about  women, no.  And while we are on the  topic of double meanings, let's  discuss D.H.' Lawrence's "The  Snake" or some of Edgar Allan  Poe's drug induced fantasies.  Oh, and let's not forget the  "Biichin' Post" with its vast circulation of 120 some odd subscribers and whose editor coin-  cidentally lives precariously  near a pulp mill.  If a guy was editor of that  paper he would probably be  strung up by the most painful  method just so he could  empathize with the plight of  Cosmopolitan Woman. Did anybody ever see Sammy Davis  Junior in the "Scapegoat"? It is  a graphic depiction not too dissimilar to what is happening to  poor old Doug just because  someone ends up in the wrong  place at the right time and the  world turns topsy turvy.  And I mean, 120 people are  really going to dent Doug's far-  reaching reputation by trying to  make him Colonel Of The Urinal. Come on, give me a break.  He might even owe her money  if she makes him well known  enough.  All joking aside, this ongoing  soap opera of events is in reality  a thinly veiled, flagrant attack  on free expression and leans  more toward ignorance than  enlightenment, clear and conclusive proof that we need to  improve our standard of education in this province simply in  order to learn to communicate.  People have died for Ihe right  for any pillar of the community  to write whatever one likes and  when two of them do, one gets  offended and the other sues.  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In 1984 her freshly  born grand daughter, Laura, was  diagnosed wilh Cystic Fibrosis  ��� a chronic disease acquired  during fetal development affecting ihe pancreas and causing  digestive and pulmonary disorders.  Children and adulls wilh CF  suffer from plugged noses and  clogged lungs, which are always  prone to infection, and must eat  ���pedal enzymes to keep a proper level of nutrition. Physical  therapy and careful attention to  the CP child is always required.  Hui the Sunshine Coasl Cys-  hc Fibrosis Chapter, founded by  Dinn, has done something to  make a difference in the battle  lo save lhe lives of children.  And Ihis year lhe enthusiasm  is even higher.  Hundreds of people are  expected lo don running shoes,  gorge on hoi dogs, pop and  chips, sing like Elvis or Sinatra  and ride ponies during the annual CF fundraising drive.  The roughly 10 km Walk-a-  run-alhon Sunday May 30 kicks  off from the Pelro Canada for  Sechell folk, and the Sunnny-  crest Mall for Gibsons citizenry.  Both groups will coagulate  around Ihe finish line at the  Mason Hall beside the Roberts  Creek community hall.  Participants will feast on hot  dogs and will have the chance to  display their lyrical brilliance on  ihe Karaoke stage. Everyone is  invited.  In addilion, a slew of other  events are cast. From local pubs  events lo a Trail Bay Mall silent  auction, which will feature  everything from jewelry to lea  cosies, Ihe 1993 CF fundraiser  promises lo instill grins and  inspire Ihe feeling of goodness  which has enveloped everyone  involved, said Dinn.  m^^^mS"   ���   al^^l  a*^^"^  w 1  pit;.'1  fr*  IB  1  ��� ��� -\  The Fifth Annual Cystic Fibrosis Walk-a-run-a-thon is May 30.  Lasl year, $24,000 was raised  and organizers Ihis year are pinning Iheir goal al $30,000.  Call Elva Dinn al 885-2361  or lllana Holloway al 885-3651  for information.  tor vnepnesi in area atmng  Dining guiDE  Featured Restaurant of the Week  The Wharf  ��� Open /or breakfast, lunch and  dinner seven days a week.  ��� Breathtaking ocean view and  sunsets /rem every taWe.  ��� Continental cuisine and  seafood at its best.  SUNDAY BRUNCH  o Am ��� 2 pm  Fully licensed and air conditioned.  Dinner reservations recommended.  HWY 101, DAVIS BAY  ���  8857285  FAMILY DINING  Krie KJtego - Surround yourself with  art, the aroma of superb coffees  and the tantalizing smells of our  gourmet cuisine and desserts.  Everything is made with care and  presented with panache and flair.  We're located m the heart of  Sechelt at ��4-568-J Cowrie St and  are open Mondav-Saturdav, 8.30  a.m.-5:30 p.m. 885-8837.  The Boat House - Just a fern- ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Ray  offering dailv choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood from the West  East and Gulf Coasts as well as a  variety of other specialties, loin us  after 5 pm for dinner or for our  spectacular Sunday Brunch, served  between 10:30 am and 2 pm.  Friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere and fabulous meals are just  some of the reasons vou II keep  coming hack. If you have an Important rendezvous or a tern' to catch,  please let us know and we'll make  me necessary accommodations For  reservations call 921-8138. All  major credit cards accepted.  Hald-A-Wiy Rsstsurant - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Cibsons Motor Inn on Hwv  101 at Park Rd. Our friendly helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinnet menu which include*; a  children's section We're open 7  days a week. 5 30am - 2pm. dosed  from 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-**pm Saturdays & Sun  days 7am - 2 pm) leature*. j  scrumptious salad bar. with a targe  selection of hot and cold dishe*.  and desserts Fat to vour hear! j  content Don't torget our Fnda\ &  Saturday night 2 for 1 dinner ipe-  cial 5pm-10pm Reservations $J*V  4501. 50 seats plus banquet room  BREAKFAST & LUNCH  De Dutch Pannekoek Mouse - Enjoy  Breakfast or Lunch outdoor?  among the trees and [lowers on our  new patio We re serving Breakfast  and Lunch all Jay long, from 6 am  .Mon-Fn and 7 am weekends. Rut  Rreakfast at De Dutch isn't just limited to the North American traditional bacon & eggs ialthough that's  here tool] We've got Dutch stvle  pancakes iFannekoeksl, French  toast. Dutch toast and creative  lunch ideas too' Great tasting fresh  grcund coffee and tresh home baking' Visit De Dutch Pannekoek  House today and we're sure vou'U  .keep coming back Find us on Hwy,  101 'sunshine Coast Hwy.) across  from the Sur.nvcrest Mall in the  Cedars Inn compiev B86-9Q90, Visa  & MsstaCsed xcepted  Sscl.ec.1y Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauf. of (ems Inlet while tasting  one ��� out nan* homestvle specialties l*. the pub; or the casual  Mtn ondines ol our tamik restaurant Our "Skookum Burger' is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeajv Fur located 1 2 mile  north t Egn ml on Maple Road  Open 7 day*, a week Pub open  noon - closing Kitchen hours:  Moan ��� fcOO pm  inwes Landtag Pub ��� Dinner menu  otters a variety . appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and besl, leafeod in a relaxed set*  tins** wrttt .vear view Average dinner tor :*. > v We re now open ?  days a wnk Galley II am to 10  pm Pub 11 am to 11 pm Pender  Harbour B83 1143 Mastercard i  ��� .-.1 ��� ....'. ,i.:er*-ed  Family Restaurant Located in  Seaview Place. Hwy 101 Gibson*.  Family Dining with Special Children's Menu Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices  Our specialties are steaks and  burgers, homemade soups, pies  and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon  request. Licensed & air condi  turned. Winter Hours: Open Sun *  Thuis, 11 am - 9 pm. Fri & Sat 11  am ��� 10 pm, 886-2993  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  The Wharf - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week Breathtaking ocean view and  sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its best.  Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2 pm.  Fully licensed and air conditioned.  Dinner reservations recommended.  Hwy. 101, Davis Bay 885-7285.  FINE DINING  Andy's Restaurant - Lunch and dinner specials every dav House specialties include prime rib, veal  dishes, steaks seafood, pasta. Thai  tood and lots of new gourmet dishes Don't miss Andy's great lunch  buffet Mon-Fri and our popular  Sundav brunch, 11 am - 2.30 pm.  Hwy 101. Gibsons, 886-3388. Open  7 davs a week  Blue Heron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay Observe the tranquil  ducks and geese or dine bv moonlight with a candle at your table.  Our deck is now open fcr the summer season Live classical guitar  nightly. To savor this sup*rb dining  experience reservations are  required foi dinner Fulfv licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sundav Lunch  11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm. 885-3847.  Chei Philippe Restaurant at Bonniebrook Lodge The fire is burning  every evening in our rugged stone  fireplace. We have candlelight and  fresh flowers on the tables. Soft  music is the final touch to set the  scene for a relaxed evening of fine  dining we have an extensive wine  list &n<_. friendly professional service ���* our hosts Chef Philippe and  Karen Lacoste invite you to have  that special dinner you go to Vancouver for - right here in Gibsons!  Follow Gower Point Road to Ocean  Beach Esplanade. Reservations recommended. 886-2188. Open 5:30  p.m. 6 days a week. Closed  Wednesdavs.  Creek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, steaks and  daily specials from a constantlv  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Reach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open from 6 pm Thurs. through  Sun Visa k Mastercard. W seats.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons 1 and ing  Savour the delights of fresh seafood  from around the world. Our extensive Dinner Menu includes fresh  seafood in our soup, salad, hot or  cold appetizers, mam courses and  pastas Other entrees include steak.  veal, chicken and lamb Caesar  sala i for two and flambe desserts  are prepared at your tableside Our  lunch menu contains sandwiches  and burgers OPEN 7 DA>S A  WEEK Lunch hours 11 30 - 2 30  Dinner hours 4 30 * 9:30 Visa and  Mastercard. Reservations recommended 886-3891  ��� On Ths Beech ��� Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by k sample the fine  cuisme of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner Brunch on  Sunday 8 am-2:30 pm Dinner  Reserva tions Recoounended In the  heart of Sechelt at the Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue. 885-5811  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emit 4 G*"*at,'i Oris* In - Take out. or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers! chicken, desserts, drinks,  ice cream. Free home delivery  within 4 miles, alter 5 pm only, on  $10 minimum orders. Small charge  (or orders under $10 Haw. 101  Cibsons. 886-7813.  =  elphinstone happenings  By Kyla McDonald  Well once again Elphinslone is happening Ihis  week wilh exciling news aboul Wesl Side Story!  Sam Collins, Suzanne Slone, Crystal Fergus,  Matthew Robinson, Dallas Finnigan, Aprile Dun-  lop, Michelle Reid and Danny Vallee along with  counsellor Bill Forst will be performing in (his  wondrous musical July 1-11. Don'l miss seeing  fellow students display their artistic talents in this  production.  On a more scholastic note. May 28 from 9 am -  10 am there will be a goal-selling presentation for  all grade eight students, parents arc welcome at  this event.  To all students: may fear be deep in your hearts  as il is announced that most final exams (less then  a monlh away!) will be held Tuesday, June 15 and  Friday, June 18, don*l miss out, apply today.  If you are entering grade 9, 10 or 11 .ind plan  ning on becoming part of the F.lphic independent  program, question and answer session for parents  and students will be held June 1 at 7:30 pm.  If you are interested and have any concerns  please attend.  Well if Ihe Interact club is about interaction  with Ihe communily then club presidenl Cheryl  Bullock did jusl that as she cruised from Vancouver to Prince Rupert wilh Rolarians and Rotary  Exchange students May 10-14.  Bullock participated in all cruise activities and  also made her own presentation about Elphie's  Interact club, the firsl of ils kind in Ihe Lower  Mainland.  A presentation was also made by Lieut. Gov.  David Lam aboul Rotary clubs and their functions.  Close to 500 people attended Ihis event, including  Elphie exchange student Helena Wikland. Hope  you guys had fun!  *8MZILIflN*?RflDtS  Exdush v Imported Gifts  Somi-procious  Stones have  always lasnrwled  mankind.  The richness ol  tbe raw material  inspires artisans  lo create exciting  and unique pieces  Sculptured on rose  quart* or amethyst.  Abo featuring exquisite Amazon  pottery, pre-Columbian ceramics,  unique African artifacts, colorful  batiks & handcrafted jeweller*  5716 Teredo St, Sechell  Mon.-Sat. 885-5178  10/10 students take  aim at dropping out  Stone tenured  Lanterns  Cast a welcome  light to your doer.  WtfScea-arata ��� Tr**  __\__\_1_______________________  Scrhrit[2S  Lighting  by Kyla McDonald  More than 2,000 students,  including representatives from  Elphinstone Secondary, assem-  beld in Edmonton lasl week lo  discuss what could be done lo  keep their peers and themselves  in school.    The conference  was organized and  attended by 10/10  drop-out prevention  groups. "The idea  behind the name  10/10 is thai for  every 10 sludenis  who start school, 10 _____  finish," said Elphinstone counsellor Leslie Berends.  All province and territories  across Canada had schools participating, and each school  brought two 10/10 group members, one person who had  dropped oul then returned and  one person who was thinking  about leaving school.  "I think thai the conference  was really helpful." said 10/10  member Crystal Fergus. "There  was one girl al Ihe conference  who'd dropped oul of school  after being kicked oul of her  school board notes  All province  and territories  across Canada  had schools  participating  house and having a baby, bul by  Ihe end of Ihe conference she'd  decided lo go back, il was really  great."  Students attending Ihe conference were split into groups  with their peers from all over  the country working  together lo generate  ideas   about   new  ways of keeping kids  in school. "There  were quite a few  good ideas, (one person! thought schools  should  have  peer  _______    counsellors who hail  been through ihe  drop-out experience and could  hold a meeting once a week  wiih students having problems,"  said Fergus.  The conference was an opportunity for students to learn  from guest speakers who  informed them about staying in  school and believing in themselves. "Most of ihe speakers  were really good, whal Ihey said  really made sense." Fergus said  "Hopefully this kind of thing  will continue and really make a  difference."  Tne ministry has approved the following capital projects for lhe  1993/94 school year:  - S593.0O0 for additional portable classrooms  -SI 5 million for construction on Halfmoon Bay Elementary  -S127,332 for 150 addition to Chatelech Secondary  -As yel undetermined amount for construction al Elphinstone  Classroom additions on-going al Cedar drove are expected lo he  completed by lhe first week in November, 199.1. While the east wing  and adminislralive areas at Roberts Creek Elementary school should  be finished by September, 1993, al which lime Ihe wesl addition and  interior renovation will be undertaken.  |yn    GIBSONS ANIMAl HOSPITAL  is pleased to announce that OR. JAMES  BENNETT will be joining our practice on  May 26, 1993 to provide full-day services  Wednesdays through Saturdays inclusively,  and that DR. JOEL BORNSTEIN will be  returning to this practice to provide full-day  services Mondays and Tuesdays. We look  forward to serving you ond your pel.  ���M6-7313.  Coiisfiiiclipii Si 1 es   Spoci.il_Eyents_  Ouklooi Picnics  Also Septic  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064 Coast News, May 24, 1993  community  Judges Rio Bond (front left) and Meghan ( ampnsann present the Best Overall Decorated  Business trophy and rosettes to staff of the Bank of Montreal who also took first in the Costumes  category of (iibsons Landing Heritage Society's Heritage Week: (iussy's took second, Coast  Books third. Best Decorated Window went to the Landing General Store, All Occasions Flowers  second, and Sew Much More third. Joel Johnstone photo  Creek senior housing plan unveiled  by Jane Seyd  A proposal lo turn Ihe St.  Aidan's church properly in  Roberts Creek into a low-  income seniors housing complex has been presented to the  regional districl.  Appearing before the planning committee Thursday,  architect Dick Williams outlined  a plan for seven duplexes of  seniors housing built on three  and a half acres of Ihe property,  while one and a half acres  would be used for a future  church community centre.  In order for the development  to go ahead, Ihe property - currently designated for public and  institutional use - would require  rezoning and, so far, most criti-  glbsons chamber news  cism of the project has been  about increased housing density  on the property which would  occur with rezoning.  But Williams told directors  through clustering of duplexes  and use of a common sewage  system, Ihe impact of the development would actually be less  than it would be for a series of  single-family homes on half-  acre lots currently allowed on  surrounding properties.  "I can't for the life of me  think what precedent we're set-  ling...There aren't many developers who are interested in nonprofit housing," he commented.  In order to come up with  low-cost housing, "it's only logical thai you have to have more  than one unit per half acre," he  said.  Reverend Esther North, rector of the parish, said by leasing  the property and including public facilities the church would be  able to maintain a community  presence and have more control  over the development.  Selling Ihe property would  have been easier, once the old  St. Aidens church was closed,  she said, but "we don't think  that's a responsible thing to do."  So far, the plan has been  referred to the area planning  committee for review.  Meanwhile, Ihe proposal has  also come under discussion by  members of the Roberts Creek  OCP steering committee.  The Gibsons and Dislricl Chamber of Commerce is pleased to announce thc recipients of the  1993 Community Recognition Awards:  Service to Arts and Education - Steve Sleep  Service lo Ihe Communily - John De Kleer  Service lo Seniors - Sue Wiggins  I   Service to Youlh - Russ and Carol McLeod  Special Award - Sandra Alcock  Couple of the Year - Don and Eszter Andow  These individuals are representative of Ihe  many hundreds of volunteers who give so gener  ously of Iheir time and skills to enhance the quality  of life on the Sunshine Coast. Without the help of  people like these, many organizations and services  would not exist.  The awards will be presented at a Buffet Dinner  at the Gibsons Yacht Club Wednesday, May 26 at  6 pm. "..:,  The Chamber invites members of Ihe community to share in honoring these special people.  Por reservations call chamber manager Emily  Perry al 886-2325. (Fax.# 886-2379).  roberls creek  by Beverley Shipley  Supposedly the May 24  weekend is planting time on the  calendars of west coast gardeners. Even though planting of  many cool weather vegetables  (such as radishes, lettuce, fava  beans, garlic, etc.) can begin in  March, the above May date  seems to hold true for the heat  and sun loving vegetables. Now  is definitely the time to plant  bush and pole beans, beets, carrots, onions, com, etc. And now  is the lime lo sel out tomato and  pepper plants, which do 100 per  cenl belter if you protect Ihem  with glass or poly especially  when it's cool and rainy.  Happy gardening, Creekers -  il's going to be another greal  year.  RCCA meeting  The next meeting of the  Roberts Creek Community  Association is this Wednesday  May 26 at 7:30 pm. Regular  reports will be part of the meeting as well as guest speaker  RCMP liaison Constable  McDonald.  School news  Construction of Ihe classroom addition to the school is  ahead of schedule, apparently  aboul four weeks. This means  that the classrooms should be  ready for September 1993 occupancy with two new divisions  and expected school enrollments  filling the new space to full  occupancy. Further renovations  will continue during the fall and  winter including some landscaping.  Creek Clayworks  Creek Clayworks on Lockyer  Road in Roberts Creek is holding an open house with a pottery  sale on June 5 and 6.  Potters Elaine 1'ultcrman and  Mike Allegretti form wheel  thrown and slab pottery by hand  and make their own lead-free  glazes. New forms and glazes  are continually evolving in their  studio with a strong commitment to craftsmanship and function which is reflected in the  assortment of blues, pink, green  and earth tones.  i The open house is from 10  am to 4 pm and refreshments  will be served. For further information or directions call 885-  2395.  It's  OMEGA  HOME DELIVERY 886-4��2-4-1  w^m__-_ Noffce of Temporary  PSJ       Wafer Shut-Off  Ljr* for Zone II  Please be advised thai water supply in Zone II will be  temporarily shut down on Wednesday, May 26, 1993  between 9:30 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. (noon).  Zone II means all users on the soulh side of Highway 101  from Henry Road lo Bals Lane including top section of  Bals Lane, Fairmont, Hillcresl, Wildwood Crescent and  Abbs Road.  The reason for the shut down is lo initiate a major tie-in  with the Sunshine Coast Regional District.  Wilbert Fair  SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS  Coast News Classifieds  GET RESULTS!  <��  Town of Gibsons  OFFICIAL  Community Plan  You ore invited to o PUBLIC OPEN HOUSE on the draft  Official Community Plan for Gibsons. The Communily Plan  is a long range plan lhat provides a framework for future  land use and communily development decisions. We have  prepared a draft plan and want to hear your views.  Dates! May 26 and 27,  1993  Timet: 2:00 pm to 5:00  7:00 pm to 9:00  pm and  pm each  day  Place: Marine Room  Downstairs in lhe Library Bi  464 South Fletcher Road  ilding  ��� Drop in any lime during the Open House to see the  Plan Maps and talk to Municipal Council and Staff.  ��� You can view copies of the Plan at the Gibsons and  District Public Library.  ��� You can also obtain a copy of lhe Plan (loan deposit of  $25] at the Town of Gibsons Municipal Hall.  ��� Please contact the Town of Gibsons at 886-2274 for  further information.  george in gibsons  by George Cooper  A funeral service for Fred  Peterson of Gibsons was held  May 11 in the Calvary Baptist  Church.  It is significant thai the funeral service Fred, whom most of  us knew only as Lanky Pete,  was held in that church because  it was there for the past year that  he had found some self-respect  and friendship.  Fred lived all his life since  childhood here in Gibsons, surviving in his earlier years as an  odd-jobs man. "He knew where  everyone lived," said Eric Inglis,  "and he was always available to  deliver freight for me locally  when I was in thai business during the 1930's to 50's." Some of  that work, another said, was  humping coal from truck to residential basements or storage  sheds.  Fred never asked for any  favours; never hurt anybody,  others said. Among the pall  bearers were those who had first  known him in the Gibsons  school. Belly Tumbull, a retired  teacher now living in  Granthams, remembers Fred in  her primary class. "He had frequent epileptic seizures and  didn't get much schooling."  "Fred became a regular guest  at church suppers we put on  once a month as an outreach,"  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your .Secret's  Safe With Us.  Lem you ana al horn* with in.  Prt/Animal Cart  Mail dealing aaraJFi3***���*ling  hmmvP-mtatidYatimahMrtaact  hs^ibrHoiiKChaxkarliWtaStfTtn  GtflSHARON 885*2228  {.ulMrltm-WtiA  Ii  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  BrwcheeCoMlToCoMt  said Karen Scolt, "and we found  he was very much alone and  unwell.  "He became very special to  us, as we saw him grow from  one who was merely surviving  to someone looking outside his  own needs to the needs of others." said Scott.  Fishing derby  The RCMP Ladies fishing  derby takes place June 4, 5 and  6. This year's theme is 'western', and there's a line dancing  competition as well, between the  boat groups, on shore, that is.  Tickets are available at the  detachment office, the Landing  General Store and Gibsons Family Sports.  Driftwood Players  Dianne Evans and Darah  Hansen were simply marvelous  in the lead parts of the Odd Couple which played to happily  receptive audiences in the  Roberts Creek Hall.  Under Nest Lewis' direction  the cast put forth the needed  rapid-fire delivery of the wisecracking dialogue.Thanks cast  and crew. We can respond with  support of their efforts in finishing the work in the WI Hall.  Schools  Langdale gives a huge thank  you to Barry Janyk and his dedicated Silent Auction committee  for the time and energy given to  a successful project.  An Invitation to  Participate in B.C.'s  "Child Care Regulation"  Review  As part of lhe Government's review o( Ihe  province's Child C.m> Regulation (CCR),  Community Forums will he held throughout  the province.  Tka Community Forums: How to Got Involved?  We net?d your recommendations and invite  you lo participate in the Gibsons Community  Forum. We also welcome your written  submission.  To schedule your presentation at the Gibsons  Community Forum, contact the CCR Review  committee at the phone number /address listed  below; or contact the Coast Garibaldi Health  Unif s chief licensing officer, Grethe Thorbum,  at 885-5164.  If you have any questions, and/or would like  to receive a copy of the CCR Review Discussion  Guide, please write to:  1W PW Cot HnaaaillH lairtaw Ci���IIIn,  c/tCaaa*a*anHyCaraFa>dHaislra>asi  MWstry tf HmHi Ml MWstty lafaaMisaaw ml SaajaY),  71k Flm, 1515 Wd Slml, Vktarta, IX. VIW KB  Ham ItHlM by talat Ua**r I.C it H00-t43-7lt7  ���ai -���fMsttai ��� trwhr tl 317-MSt  tMma U0 - 4:30 Haaaay - h%)  ENQUIRY BC provides loll-lree information referrals  regarding provincial government programs and services.  Wit Corporation of $e  jjtgntt of ihttiitlt  P.O. Box 129,5545 Intel Avenue, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0 Telephone (604) 885-1986 Fax: (604) 885-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Council Meetings Move  Back to Municipal Hall  Please note that beginning in June, all  Council and Committee meetings will take  place in the District of Sechelt Municipal  Hall on Inlet Avenue.  Regular Council Meetings take place at  7:30 p.m. on the first and third Wednesday  of each month.  Adopt-A-Hydrant  Are you aware that in addition to  providing fire protection services, the  Volunteer Fire Departments on the  Sunshine Coast are also responsible for  maintaining a clear access around all  the fire hydrants in their areas?  Please help your local volunteer  firefighters by adopting a fire hydrant in  your neighbourhood and keep it clear of  grass, bushes and other debris. The  Fire Department needs immediate  unencumbered access to all fire  hydrants from the roadway in case of a  fire in your neighbourhood.  Remember, the property you help save  might be your own.  Thank you for your support.  Employment Opportunity  District of Sechelt  Assistant Building Inspector  The Municipality requires an Assistant  Building Inspector to work with and report  to our Building and Plumbing Inspector.  The increase in construction, coupled with  the more stringent requirements of the  amended Building Code, have increased  our workload.  The ideal candidate will have recently  passed or have substantially completed  the B.C. Level I Certification and have  experience in the construction trades with  appropriate qualifying certificates or two  years experience in Municipal building  inspection. A valid B.C. Driver's License is  required.  This is a full-time Union position with a 35-  hour work week. An attractive  remuneration and comprehensive benefit  package is available.  Applications should be submitted by 4:00  p.m., on Friday, June 4,1993 to:  Mr. Art Lew, Administrator  Distriet of Sechelt  P.O. Box 129  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  Fax No. 885-9751  Mayor's  Hotline  885-5360 Coast News, May 24,  1993  community  Coast bikers to benefit Breakaway  by Roxanne Gregory  Shiny black motorcycles with gleaming chrome  carried sweating, leather-clad bikers and friends to  the top of Norwest Bay Road in Sechelt Sunday for  a meeting of the Sunshine Coast Motorcycle Association. The recently formed non-profit association  is planning to hold several fund-raising events this  summer to benefit young people on the Coast.  About 30 members of the association turned out  to hear Ron Girard talk about his work as a counsellor in the Breakaway alcohol and drug abuse  program in Gibsons.  Not all of the members have that alternative  lifestyle look many people normally associate with  the work "bikers". Association member Steve  Grabove said the local group would be working  with the larger more established motorcycle associations outside the Coasl as well as doing local  fundraising.  "What's appealing for the membership is this is  a 'win-win' situation for us." said Grabove. "We  can sponsor rides, share information, and benefit  the community through fundraising events. We're  going to have a Poker Run June 13. Beginning with  Ihe sign-in al the Cedar, in Gibsons, each bike will  progress through a series of sops along the Coasl to  Pender Harbour. At each stop they'll pick a card, in  the end the best had wins. We have lots of support  from the community and $500 in prizes that have  been donated. We want to put money back into the  community, into programs like Breakaway. We  want to work with youth."  Ron Girard outlined the hand-to-mouth funding  existence thai is and ongoing problem at Breakaway, housed in a convened garage.  "We don't know on the 15th if we'll make it lo  the 31st," he saiid. "It's lough. Last yeair we ran the  program on $35,000. We have about 150 kids,  most are 14-17 years old. Basically, we don't judge  them. It's a clean environment and the kids help  determine the direction of the program."  "It's more difficult for a kid to gel a bottle of  booze than it is to gel dope," Girard continues.  "Victoria or Ottawa aren't going to solve this problem. In BC there are only seven treatment beds for  kids who want to gel clean. Dope is the medicine  for poor self esteem. We lell kids we 're not going  lo solve iheir problems, bul we're here to listen.  We try lo give Ihem Ihe sense lhal somebody  cares."  Sunshine Coast Motorcycle Association rallied in West Sechelt.  Roxanne Gregory pholo  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl & Aluminum Windows 'Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  HOMFSFRVICFS  #7 - 5522 Wharf SI., Sechelt Jim Bain 885-4572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  iT\ c electronics  Wayne Larsen is pleased io announce that f*\ * Jk_fj___-��t  is now providing repairs and service to mosi nukes and  models of radios. TV's, VCR's, CD's, stereos, and camcorders.  Take your components lo one ol our conveniem depots;  Seaside Video in Wilson Creek. Video Etc. in Gihsons:  Max Music in Gibsons: or:  Visil our shop at Williamsons Uncling Residential pick up  and delivery can be arranged ai a nominal cast.  Call Wayne at 886-2962  Residential & Commercial  General Contractors  Please note the following changes to our  mailing address and phone numbers:  Mailing Address:  Office:  FAX:  PO Box 1309  Gibsons, BC  VON 1V0  886-0944  886-0930  Things You Should Know  About Dirty Furnace Ducts  ���k Air pollution In the Home and Business: Mlcobes (dust, motd,  bacteria) and Fungi, are constantly being carried Into home* and  bufrttiesses by people, pets, house plants, etc. These "en-  vtronmenlal Invaders" And happy homes and breeding areas In  poorly ventilated buildings, and can product adverse health affects to people sensitive to air-borne contaminates.  ���a* No Alter system can remove allot the dirt and contaminates Irom  the air you breath. Only through a combination ot proper furnace  operation, inters and duct cleaning can the opllum range ol dean  ak be reached.  * Dust and dirt In the healing and cooling system are Ihe leading  cause of mechanical breakdowns It Is a proven lad that these  ������������items i��W operete longer, more efficiently end with lew  breakdowns H they are kept piofessionally cleaned and  * Cleaning air duds, tillers, fans and cooling units can Increase a  ���ytttm'a elflelency by S lo IS percent  * Alf^'lw^,,^d*,w^k,w,e����'��beernclenc^  through your healing/cooling system by decreasing Irldlon and  sialic pressure^ This can mean lower fuel bids, whHe Increasing  the quality of the air m your home or business.  * ���fry��!deT homw "-d businesses once used coal or wood as  wm_vT_~* "*~* ��*nM|; on*" these system were converted  werlo oh or gaa heat but rarely were Ihe furnaces and ductwork  Hu!!k^y��!" h_y*___* 5? *���*���*���' P'o'essionslly cleaned takes only  a lew hours. It doesn t disturb normal household or business  ______��� no*" * thwe any special clean-up required once  compntod.  Call us today  for a free, no-obllgation  in-home estimate.  DELLTECK  DUSTBUSTERS   885-7670  Power Cleans -Furnaces-Air Ducts-Chimney  davls baynews  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 8H5-3629  Summer weather has surely  arrived when we see people in  swimming on May 15 - Ihe  water must have been frigid but  the sun and sand were warm as  was the enthusiasm. As soon as  wc get more than two days of  sun strung together, thc nurseries arc suddenly bulging wilh  fervent gardeners.  The roar of lawn mowers fills  Ihe air and the odd sprinkler is  seen swishing back and forth on  a verdant lawn. We are like  bears coming oul of a long winter's hibernation, savouring the  warmth of the sun and Ihe  longer days.  Vacation plans now become  part of our daily conversation  and the kids begin to count the  days unlil school is oul for Ihe  summer. What a joy to be alive!  Bon voyage  Bon voyage to Jeff Taylor  who is off lo the auld country  for her 50th high school reunion  in June. She graduated from  Morrison's Academy at Drieff,  Perthshire, Scotland in 1943,  The school is 127" years old  this is Ihe first reunion they have  ever had.  Needless lo say, Jeff Is very  excited about the prospect of  renewing acquaintances of old  school chums she has not seen  in half a century.  sechelt scenario  Sunshine Coast Salmon Enhancement Program members  released 6600 steelhead trout and 41,000 chinook salmon Into  'Chapman Creek from the Chapman Creek Hatchery Tuesday. In  all, 370,000 hatchery fish have been released this year.'  Joel Johnstone photo  She has a collection of old  photos taken in those years and  is taking Ihem back to share  Have a great lime and I know  you'll have lots to share with us  when you get back.  Hall painting  Jim Smith, presidenl of the  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Community Association announced  that lhe hall and buildings will  be painted in June - it will be a  nice improvement.  Cancer society  The Sunshine Coasl Canadian Cancer Society unit offers a  great many services to you, Ihe  general public, by trained volunteers, many of whom have experienced cancer themselves.  They offer emotional support as  well as practical help to patients  through various programs.  Patients experiencing financial difficulty can make application to the society for assistance  with treatment-related expenses,  including travel. There are support groups for patients, friends  and families who are living on a  daily basis with cancer as well  as a one-on-one support system  for patients and their families.  Trained education volunteers  are willing lo speak to local  groups and schools on cancer-  related health matters such as  smoking, sun awareness and  diet.  The flower symbol of tne  dodiely is Ihe daffodil and Iheir  motto is Together We Can Beat  Cancer.  If you or ayone you know  needs any information about this  organization please call 885-  9596 or 885-9451.  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7365  Maybe it's only wishful  thinking and hopeful daydream  but good luck lo Mayor MacLarty in her efforts lo have BC Ferries re-introduce resident passes  at a reduced rate for permanent  Sunshine Coast residents. She  will be writing lo the finance  minister in Ihis regard. Increased  ferry rales not only affect us  directly each time we travel but  will be reflected in prices of  goods on the Coast as merchants  raise prices to cover increased  transport costs.  On Wednesday, May 26 ay 7  pm the Sechelt Village Resi  dents meeting will take place at  the new Seniors Centre on Trail  Avenue. This is a followup  meeting to discuss neighbourhood concerns and share ideas.  A sense of community is emerging as residents share views and  gel to know one another. For  information call Pat Chamberlain at 885-3747.  Congratulations  Congratulations to the young  Sechelt Pegasus Native soccer  team. They recently took first  place in Ihe under 16 category at  the BC Native Soccer Championships. Now Ihey will represent  BC at the North American  RV SALES & SERVICE  Don't let engine trouble  PLAN   spoil your vacation  AHEAD.  HAVE IT  CHECKED  TODAY!  Indigenous Games in Prince  Albert July 18 to 24 with 6,000  other athletes. This is a proud  accomplishment and ail sporls  fans are invited to a Soccer Banquet at the Indian and Hall in  Sechelt on May 27.  CF Foundation  Sunday May 30 is a big day  for ihe Cystic Fibrosis Foundation on the Sunshine Coast. This  is the date for the fifth annual  10-kilomelre Walk-A-Run-A-  Thon to raise funds for research.  Let's hope for beautiful weather  and a good turnout. For information registration and pledge  forms, call one of the following  numbers: 885-3644, 885-3651,  886-2624 or 885-5255. If you're  not able to take part physically,  you can always support a participant through a pledge.  SPCA  In Ihe nexl few weeks the  SPCA animal shelter will be  moving to newly renovated,  larger quarters on Henry Road in  Gibsons. Sunday, June 6 at 2 pm  is the target date lo walk lhe ani  mals lo Iheir new quarters. The  SPCA is inviting all persons  who have adopted a pel through  the SPCA lo join in this walk.  For more information call 886-  7555,886-4750 or 886-CARE.  Benefit sale  Don'l forget to mark your  calendars for May 29 for the  Benefit Sale being held from 10  am to 2 pm at the gymnasium at  West Sechelt elementary. The  seven students, ages 12 and 13  who recently won both the  regional provincial championships of the Odyssey fo thc  Mind creative problem-solving  competition are raising funds lo  attend the World Finals in  Washington, DC on June 2 to 6.  In addition lo lots of good used  ilems for sale Ihey will be raffling off a Fisher slove insert  and several delicious meals al  the Blue Heron Inn. Donalions  of saleable ilems are welcome,  please drop Ihem off at Ihe  school gym before 9 am on lhe  29. For information call Sandv  Campbell at 885-0385.  Sun-mast Motors * Your 1 Stop RV Cent-he  ��� Full Line ol Accessories  ���Repairs ��� Maintenance  ���WaterSystems ��� Propane  ��� Tune Ups ��� Exhaust Systems  ��� Insurance Claims  ��� Consignment Sales  OPEN FOR BUSINESS MAY 25  KIUY'S SERVICES  'Septic tank pumping  ���Sumps  ��� Portable toilet rental  ��� Environmental clean ups  ���Septic system consulting  ���Reasonable rates  FOR FAST EFFICIENT 24HR SERVICE  CALL 886-2342 COLLECT Coast News, May 24, 1993  community  hallmoon happenings  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  Now that spring time is over  and summer is almost upon us  (we hope), it is time to get busy  on summer plans. You know  that spring has passed when the  Welcome Beach Spring Flea  Market is over with its usual  great success, the hall filled  with people seeking all kinds of  weird and wonderful items at  the white elephant stalls as well  as all the other goodies on hand.  A good social event was  enjoyed by all as well as some  much needed funds for the  upkeep of the hall.  The next item on the agenda  at the hall is the annual general  meeting on Wednesday, June 9  at 7:30 pm when installation of  a new executive will take place.  If you would be willing to participate as a member of the  board of directors, please give  your name to any member of the  present executive. New people  and new ideas are always welcome and are necessary to keep  this hall and the Welcome  Beach Community an active and  enjoyable place in which to be  involved.  Recreation plans  It was good news to hear that  the Halfmoon Bay Recreation  Association is alive and well  with lots of plans for the young  people of the area. One of the  plans aimed at pleasure for  adults and kids alike is that the  group is working on bike and  walking trails in the Trout Lake  and Brooks Road areas.  Trail markers have been  obtained and all that is required  now is willing volunteers to get  out and help mark those trails.  Give Chuck Tkachuk a call at  885-6108 and offer your services.  More recreratlon  Another recreation activity in  the planning stages is for one  night a week of volleyball at  Coopers Green.  The equipment is all there  ready for use, there are plenty of  people of all ages who would  like to get involved, but this too  will require some commitment.  It will be necessary to have a  parent on hand to supervise and  if they take their turn and there  are enough willing parents it  will not be a hardship to volunteer and to enjoy being a part of  the whole thing.  Another project which the  Recreation Association organizes each year is the Saturday  night dinner at the Halfmoon  Bay Country Fair. This is a big  undertaking which is always a  great success, but this too  requires lots of help from willing hands.  Following dinner, the group  is planning an evening of entertainment by local talent. They  would like to see you bring  along your guitar or other  instrument, get up there and  sing a song or two, or even  recite a poem. There is lots of  talent in this area and this is a  good opportunity to share those  talents for the enjoyment of others.  Call Elise at 885-4642 if you  are willing to offer your help at  the volleyball and at the country  fair dinner.  Verity Purdy demonstrates options in flower growing and care at the  "Rhododendron Rhodeo" at Rockwood Centre May 15.  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CLAYTON'S HERIIAC.E MARKET  ;.' community  community services  hy Dianne Evans  The Building Purchase Fundraising Project of Community Services has received  another boost and board president Holly  Lehmann is hoping that it will inspire others  lo contribute.  Royal Bank  The Royal Bank of Canada wilh the support of Sechell manager Jack Pratt has  pledged $4,000 lo the project fund. "We very  much appreciate the Royal Bank's generosity and we are very happy to see the business  community come on board," Lehmann stated  lasl week.  "The work that Community Services  does has an effect on so many people here on  the Coast that it makes good sense to support  it.  "Not only do wc provide services for people from the cradle to old age, bul we also  employ almosl 70 staff and that is a big contribution to the local economy." she added.  Businesses contribute  Michael Welsh, of the law office of  Welsh and Gray has pledged $750 and Lome  Herman of the Sechell Dental Clinic has  promised $200.  Community Services would like to  acknowledge the generosity of these donours  and offer sincere thanks.  One of the first donours from the local  business community was Saan's Stores, wilh  a $1,000 contribution. Other donours include  BC Hydro with a $10,000 pledge and the  Vancouver Foundation, $40,000. \  The Sechelt Rotary Club has also pledged  a very generous $25,000 over three years.  Many other requests are out in the community at the present time and board members are busy trying to follow up on each  one. All donations are recognized with a tax  receipt and will be acknowledged publicly  unless otherwise specified by the donour.  Ronald McDonald  After the building is purchased there  comes the renovation process and Ronald  McDonald Children's Charities of Canada  has recently pledged $10,000 to be used to  renovate the proposed Children's Room.  "It is a great source of satisfaction knowing that we can work with excellenl organizations such as yours across Canada to  improve the quality of life of children in  need," says McDonald's president Peter B.  Beresford in a letter announcing the pledge.  A special event to mark the contribution of  RMCC is lo be planned.  Execulive director of Community Services, Vicki Dobbyn has been invited by the  Vancouver Foundalion to speak al ils annual  general meeting in June.  Dobbyn will talk about ihe impact that the  Vancouver Foundation has had on the Sunshine Coasl, not only in its contributions to  Communily Services, but to other organizations that have received grants.  For our community so close to Vancouver  and yet not seen as part of Ihe Lower Mainland by many donours, the generosity of the  foundalion can mean Ihe difference between  success and failure of a projecl. Here on ihe  Coast we deal with similar problems to those  of Vancouver and yet il is difficult to persuade off-Coast donours to recognize our  needs.  The Vancouver Foundation not only provides financial support, but offers leadership  to the business and foundation community.  How to support  If you are interested in learning more  about the society in order to make a decision  about were your charitable donations will go,  please contact Vicki Dobbyn at 885-5881,  Monday lo Friday, 9 am to 4 pm.  Coast News, May 24, 1993  *���-  11  The Artemis Trio, after their concert at the Pender Harbour Music Society hall Sunday  afternoon. Roxanne Gregory pholo  egmont news  Awareness key to aiding hearing loss  Early detection of a hearing  loss and appropriate intervention is critical, according to  local speech pathologists, who  are promoting May as  Speech/Language and Hearing  Month.  Hearing loss may occur al  any age. It can be temporary or  permanent, mild or severe.  Loudness and/or clarity of  sound may be affected.  Most people have some hearing which, with the benefit of  hearing aids and training, they  can learn to use, but aids do not  restore normal hearing.  Not all hearing impaired people wear hearing aids, are able  to speech read, or need sign language. It is important to be  aware of common causes and  signs of hearing loss.  During pregnancy and early  childhood, injury to the head,  noise, certain drugs and diseases  may put a child al high risk for  developing hearing loss.  Heredity may also be a factor. Blood incompatibility, low  birthweighl and maternal infections such as rubella, herpes and  syphilis are common causes of  hearing loss acquired during  pregnancy.  In childhood, meningitis,  mumps, chicken pox and recurrent middle ear infections alert  us to the possibility of a hearing  loss developing. In adulthood, it  is usually the result of aging or  exposure to noise.  Anything from a Walkman, a  toy firearm, to industrial equipment can be responsible for a  significant and permanent hearing loss.  Failure to progress through  the normal stages of speech,  language and listening development is the major sign of hearing loss in young children.  You can protect your hearing  by avoiding noisy environments, wearing approved ear  protectors when you must be  exposed to noise is important,  but bear in mind that a lot of  damaging noise will still reach  Ihe ear.  To enjoy your music later,  turn your Walkman down. If  others can hear the music, you  probably have the volume too  loud and permanent damage  may result.  If you suspect a hearing loss,  sec your physician, who may  refer you to an Ear, Nose and  Throat specialist. If a hearing  aid is recommended an audiolo-  gist is besl qualified to diagnose  your hearing and select the  proper hearing aid.  Be sure to obtain only the  hearing aid,' which your audiolo-  gist recommends. If you are not  satisfied wilh it, go back to the  audiologisl.  Remember early and appropriate intervention is critical for  the young child.  by Maureen Parrott  Good news for kids and parents! Pat Thibodeau is spearheading a summer fun drop-in  program for kids aged six to 12  al Egmont School after school  lets out for summer. She would  like help from at least one student (paid through a government grant) and by community  volunteers (this means you)  who could show the kids skills,  games, crafts, etc. If you have  ideas, or games or equipment  we may use, please contact Pat  or Ron at 883-9415.  Vera Grafton had a fall outside the hall on Friday. She  saved the dishes she was carrying, but pulled muscles in her  leg.  Last week's Egmont tea and  bake sale was pleasant. Ladies  and gents tried bravely, but  could not eat their way through  all the tasty sandwiches. Rudy  Dudas sought advice on sanitizing the cabin of his boal Arpad  after an uninvited otter used it  as a vacation spot.  The grass of the school  grounds is already out for Sport  Day (June 12) lhanks lo Guy  Dowd and Bill Hall, who make  sure the community club  remembers these things.  John Griffith is back from  working in Los Angeles in time  to get Kastel Novi ready for  fishing. Billy already has  Tzoonie River on the ways for  copper painting. Vem is putting  a new float in front of his place.  Star Craig of Ruby Lake  took first place in the 400-metre  run for her age group (12 to 13)  at the Sunshine Coast District  Track Meet in Gibsons last  week.  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  MCvJ BX0**PTO9n**sw  FREE ESTI.MATES  'Professional Design & Installation'  Comimrclal A Realdentlal  .lohn I  Stuart Frtasell  885-5954  We make your landscape picture perfect!  Competitive Prices  886-7033  DOtfT BREAK THEIR HEARTS  Abandoned pets suffer anxiety,  abuse, attacks and accidents. Your  pet deserves better, if you can no  longer keep your pet, call the  S.P.CA. for assistance  W. si*.* lor Haass* aatso cannot apeak lor rh.m��rats  ������  A maasaga (ream Its* B.C. 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Contracting  Ol*Bli**a**, GMflnn*]  883-9888  LAWYER  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX:883-9524  feature  Mining poetic gems from everyday life  by Jane Seyd        ^^^^^^  Among old roses and autumn  leaves, a woman working in her  garden is reminded of a love  from Ihe past and reflects on her  life of family, the yearly cycle  of flowers and the house built in  the forest she would still like  him to know of.  In another instance, she sils  up with a young child in a still  space of night, listening lo the  wind off the lake catch in the  Irees.  Moments like these - of feelings und echoes caught within  Ihe fabric of everyday - are  woven through ihe language of  Black Cup, a new collection of  poetry by local writer Theresa  Khiskan.  For much of the poetry,  Khiskan draws from moments in  her own life - which for the past  11 years has been spent with her  family near Ruby Lake; where  she and husband John Pass also  publish chapbooks on an old  printing press.  In personal and moving  terms, Khiskan writes of the  epiphanies which come with a  son's discovery of tadpoles or a  glance at an old whiskey cup  kepi on Ihe highest shelf.  There's also the language of  the body, of desire and the mysteries of pregnancy and childbirth.  In the past, those topics were  sometimes taboo for women,  says Khiskan, but in more recent  times, most of the barriers have  come down.  In addition, as the mother of  three school-age children, "I felt  that was what I'd known so intimately for eight or 10 years I  had a right to use it."  "Building a house and mak-  Theresa Khiskan  Jane Seyd photo  ing gardens and having a family  ... those were the things that  happened," says Khiskan. "I  think women have made art out  of the domestic out of necessity  over the years."  After publishing her first  book of poetry in 1978, Khiskan  says at times when her children  were young, she wondered if  she would write again.  But it's the moments of the  everyday which sometimes  shine and act as signposts for  the more heady, universal elements of literature, says  Khiskan. "I think you get there  by concentrating on the particular ... People do make poetry out  of real life. That's what art is  rooted in."  Two of her own favourites  include the American poet  Sharon Olds and Irish writer  Shamus Heneny, who writes  about the land and family.  While many people these  days have come to regard poetry  as an alien form of expression,  "it needn't be that," she says.  "Poets don't really lead rarified  lives."  In spite of the domestic  scenes in Khiskan's poetry,  there's also another ghostly  presence which sometimes  appears behind the wife and  mother: a freewheeling single  woman who lives out of her car,  has time to spend reading books  or lolling in the sun and stands  on the corners "lifting her skirt  to strangers."  That's all part of the conflicting impulses in most people's  lives, says Khiskan.  In many of her poems, like  Black Cup and Old Scores, the  past, with slightly wistful tone,  also mixes in with the present  and the future.  "The thing that I think  shocks people the most is I  don't always write love poems  for my husband," says Khiskan.  Writing poetry is rarely that  straightforward, though, she  says, and it's never certain  whether the poem will be about  "the things that happened yesterday or the things that happened 10 years ago.  "It's sort of fishing in that  sense - seeing what will come  up... Sometimes the old ghosts  come to haunt you at unexpected times."  Throughout the book, there's  also an exploration of whal is  meant by 'home'.  Originally from Vancouver  Island, as a younger woman  Khiskan spent a year living off  the west coast of Ireland, and  travelled through Europe, stopping to live in Greece for six  months.  Despite that, "I don't think  I'm really a nomad," she says,  mentioning a book by another  favourite, Gary Sneider:  "He says what you finally  have to do is stay home...and  that there are deep lessons to be  learned by staying in one place  and being committed to one  place...It really rings true for  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  I Never Did Like  The Big Saw  BY W. ROBERTS, Hardy Island  LONG  before our  woods  were  full of 'cats' and 'dozers* and  held only a few horses and oxen  we   who   built   the  first   roads  ���'ere no more fond of cutting  ^    -ough the hig trees which lay  the right than you are today.  Jt  we  had  no chain saw or  dragsaws, nothing but seven or  eight   foot   crosscuts   with   few  men able to put them in good  cutting order.  To get around a big windfall  which lay in the way we mijht  ��ay to the Big Boss "Would it  matter to go around this one?"  and he might say "It wouldn't  hurt now, would it?" And there  you have the reason why the old  roads seem so long and crooked.  We didn't Blways get away  with it that easy, to then we  took augurs in place of the mw.  One of us would get atop wjjh  the two-inch augur and sink a  hole into the very heart. An-  her with the one-inch would  side. Then with dry cedar  ' /ers nnd bits of dry bark a  ale fire was started and this  could soon be left to its work.  Sometimes 20 to 40 of such fires  would be left on the job and often the whole tree from root to  top wouM hum away. More often we vould find the big hole  with a thin shell of bark and  sap.vood to be cut away.  1 have sern a hig fir stump  ���*-oth rit;ht fort high and almost  the same thrpuph removed in  this way. Tw]h or three sets of  holes would be set going in the  hutt of lhe' stump It would  burn off and the top drop into  the burnt out hole, keeping the  fin going until even the rootfc  were gone.  It mirht talc a week of burning. I have felled more trees in  this way than in any other, for  I have worked alone most of  my days and never did come to  tike the big saw.  Archbishop Duke  To Dedicate  "���hurch  NS LANDING-On Sun-  v 36, Archbishop Duke  - will dedicate the  ���*������    ' ***atir  Area mi li   c!;i :  i Simihirr Cobbi  >r��   .S.-.*hi-l!.   Illbupn'i   I .anil i hk  <    M.-I1.IM,   Wn.ailni.ri-.   Mmi-iinW,  )hf��  Lflndltiu,  itulf M-Min liny  M.if.ly    Nhn.l,   1'e-ir,, i-   Hnrl.i.ur  Wll  unlil,  ttm  lli.i. k-n.l,.it  ��ke Coast Jfeuis  roisLiaamD bt tub coaaT wasri. Luanrin  aias.las.aa Offlcai Mail ataaaaB m.r, ta. c.     National AaSv.rtl.laar Offle.i  Posv.ll mi.ar. B. 0.  Vol. 1 ��� No. 37  Phillips Home  Is Desiroyed  By Fire  PENDER HARBOR- A chimney fire took the home of Mr  and Mrs. Jimmie Phillips tind  family May 7. Mrs. Phillips nnd  her seven children escaped unhurt except for minor burns suffered, for which she was taken  to St. Mary's Hospital for treatment. Her husband was not at  home at the time of the fire.  Much thanks go to Wilf Scott,  of Scott's Transfer, who was the  first to discover the fire. By  quick thinking and fast work he  managed to help save a lot of  the furnishings.  Ollie Dubois, next door neighbor, saw the smoke and rushed  to the scene but was too late to  do much, although he and Mr.  Charles Sundquist kept the fire  from spreading to the nearhy  bridge and car.  KLEINDALE  Mrs   C. Harper,  Correspondent  �����a*WHLT.M.T.T.Hn.l.**M  A surprise party was held for  the birthdays of Peggy West and  Helen Sundquist.  A huge bonfire with plenty of  weinen to roast and Mrs. Sund-  quist's famous home made buns.  plenty of coffee and sweets for  the children was enjoyed by all  Forty-four people attended  Peter Kline brought his guitar  and all the young folks joined  in the sing song.  When the party broke up at  midnight everyone was reluctant to leave the happy evening  behind.  HALFMOON BAY, B.C. Friday, May 24, 1946.     5c Per Copy. $2.50 Per Year, by Mail  Starter  BOAT SAVED  Near - Tragedy as Fire  Breaks Out on Boat  RonaH Heid  Mr     ���.-'  ingei*        ��f  rle*  Velma Cress well and her dad,  George Cresswell, started the  fishing season at Grantham's  Landing with this nice catch���  a bass.  This will be a pleasant memory for the Cresswells to take  with them. They sailed for  New Zealand last month.  "News" Features  Articles by Rev.  Alan Greene  IN THIS issue of the Coasl  News is an article written by  Rev Atiin Greene, superintendent of the Columbia Coast Mission, concerning their new ship,  the John Antle.  The Joi-m grille recently took  the doctor from St. Mary's Hospital to tend Mr. Franklin, the  retired lighthouse keeper on  Mary Island. This island is almost opposite Halfmoon Bay.  Another article. Retrospect",  gives a good picture of the extent p* i growth of the Coast  Mil" d will be published  ' said "I hate  ������*. neglected  BY 1MER BEAMISH  A fire which very nearly ended in tragedy occurred at thi  Fisherman's Co-operative float  at Egmont Mjy 8. One of our  good citizen fishermen, Mr. Goo.  Day, in company with Mr. Wm.  Blakely, had come in with a  tow of lumber from the Gilmour  Sawmill. They had just tied up  their boats and their lumber and  Mr. Day had started to prepare  his dinner. While his kettle was  heating on the oil stove he decided to put some gas in his tank  in preparation for a run after  dinner. He secured the gutf in  a five-gallon measure and before putting it in the tank which  was inside the cabin he shut off  the oil stove, then started to  pour the gas. Suddenly there  rame a flash and he was enveloped in fire. He tried to throw  the flaming measure out of the  open door but it struck one side  and fell back at his feet, drenching him with gasoline. Immediately the only exit from  the cabin was a mass of flames  which poured out the door and  the pilot house windows and  shot many feet above.  To those outside it looked like  stark tragedy. The flaming  doorway was realized to be hope  less and swift action was started  to smash in the front of the  cabin on the chance that a rescue might still be effected that  way.  In the meantime the trapped  man,   with   great   presence     '  mind snatched a wot" -  ket from his herself in it anr* -  the f'aminf  care for the injured man and  the other to attack the burning  boat. Willing hands and enough  buckets and sea water soon had  the fire all smothered down to  only the burning gasoline measure, and the timely arrival of a  man with a fire extinguisher  snuffed even that out, and the  fight was over. The whole action was very fast and it appears nobody lost his head aa  sometimes happens Due to  these factors a tnan, though badly burned, has a good rhance ot  life and further usefulness and  he has a boat to go on with  when he is able to do so  The injured man waa Riven  first aid by William Blakely and  put aboard Mr. Victor Cramp's  boat and taken to St Maiy's  hospital at Pender Harbour At  last report he was doing welt.  Mr. Day was a good fisherman, a good citizen and n good  neighbour and we wUn lum a  speedy recovery,  Gargrave Speaks  Ai Legion Hall  GIBSONS LANDING-Herbert  Gargrave. MLA. addressed a  well-atended meeting at the Legion Hall here on May 20. He  reported on proceedings ol the  recent session of the Legislature  with particular attention to the  Tore   important   of  the  many   J    He believed that  ' Ih. -i  seron  Life is a tricky equation  The "trick" is to find the constant  The Coast News has been a constant on the Sunshine Coast for over 46 yeans. Over those years we've  watched the world change around us while we've remained steady as a rock, providing a safe, reliable  institution for your advertising dollar.  The first issue of the Coast News rolled off the presses on July 11,1945, providing in-depth coverage for the  Coast's little more than 500 residents. Today, we're still covering the Coast for its 25,000-plus residents,  faithfully marking the passage of every week in history.  Life is too variable to predict what the next 50 years will hold, but with your support the constant will be the  COAST^NEWS sports  Coast News, May 24, 1993  13  by Len Homcnchuk  The Sunshine Coast Legion  Snooker Association consists of  presidenl Len Homcnchuk;  vice-president, Andre Michaud;  treasurer, Dan McKay and secretary, Jake Friesen.  The 1992/93 League Champions were the Roberts Creek  Big Sticks, surprizing, it being  Iheir firsl year in the league, not  because Ihey are not talented.  The parity in the league proved  itself because the Big Sticks  were tied in points in Ihe lasl  league night with the Gibsons  Hustlers, another strong team.  The champions are captain  Kerry Eldred; co-caplain Bill  Baycrofl; Dave Scoll; F,  Reynolds; W. Kent Sheridan;  Brock O'Byrne; Don Robb; and  Roy Mukuyama.  The A Division Playoff  Champs were lhe Sechell Cruisers who defealed Ihe Gibsons  Hustlers six to four. The Cruisers were the 1991/92 champions: captain Al LaChance; co-  captain Ken Hincks; Vern  (Bugsy) Joe; Terry Joe; Wayne  (Duke) John; Carl (Kid) Joe;  Allan Nickerson; and Rick  Kyle.  The B Division Playoff  Champs were Ihe Gibsons  Hookers who defealed the  Roberts Creek U'Bangi's seven  to three. The Hookers were Ihe  surprise team of the playoffs.  The lasl place leam in Ihe  league defealed thc fourth place  U'Bangi's. The Hookers are  captained by Keilh Cavill; co-  captain Dan McKay; Dave Hobson; Rick Lapsansky; Guy Roy  and Jakob Klausen.  The Singles and Doubles  involved Round Robin play  wilh two singles and doubles  from each legion leam. 92/93  Single, Champion and Runner-  ups and points arc Len llome-  nchuk (Sechelt Sharks) 10  points; Barry Roth (Gibsons  Hustlers) five points; Gerry  Oanozar (Roberts Creek  U'Bangi's) five points.  1992/93 Doubles Champion  and runner-up and points are:  Rob Hitchcock and Cliff Wilson.  (Gibsons Hustlers) eight points;  Bill Baycrofl and Kerry Eldred  (Roberts Creek Big Slicks) six  points. Most improved player  trophy wenl to Nancy Bell of  the Gibsons Hustlers; Highrun  Champion and runner-up and  score: Len Homcnchuk 124 and  84; Gerry Ganczar 77 and 72.  Congratulations lo all the  minor ball  HEY LET'S HELP  The Gibsons Food Bank  '8  GIBSONS Zr  HELP THE  Donillon.    8J8-2485 or Boa t����  Tht 1992/93 snooker league champions pictured at the Sechelt legion.  pholo submitted  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     Hulh Bulpit 885-5847  Nan Nanson 886-3416     Rosemaiie Cook 885-5821  teams and individuals for a fine  performance.  The May 8, 1993 Banquet at  Gibsons auditorium had great  food served by Guy Roy and his  staff. Special thanks (o Andre  Michaud, his wife Valdine and  Iheir family for their support in  putting on the banquet. Extra  thanks to Barry Roth, Mark the  bartender, Eileen Homenchuk,  Dan McKay and all the wonderful people who volunteered their  time.  Winners of the Snooker Banquet draw were: Kerry Chris-  lensen of Sechelt, fridge and 20  dozen; Rod Hamilton of  Lantzville, $200 cue and case;  Barry Johnson of Sechelt, 40  ounce spirit.  Final standings for 1992/93  season: Roberts Creek Big  Sticks, 172; Gibsons Hustlers,  170; Sechell Cruisers, 152;  Roberls Creek U'Bangi's, 139;  Sechelt Sharks, 139; Gibsons  Hookers, 128.  Snooker League Sponsors:  Sechelt, Gibsons and Roberts  Creek Legions, National Billiards of Can. Ltd., Axana Dew  Beauty Boutique, Soulh Coast  Ford Sales Ltd., Gibsons Building Supplies, Trail Bay Hardware, Labatts Brewery, Molsons  Brewery, Dufferin Recreation  Ltd., Tony's Lock and Key;  Ann-Lynn Flowers and Gifts,  U-Can-Do Landscape Cenlre;  IGA Wilson Creek and Trail  Bay Sports.  The members of our league  lhank you for your support.  Scores and standings reported  as of May 12:  Bantam: Good Cents Sports 3  vs Roberts Creek Legion 2. Seth  Guiliano squeezed in the winning  run in the 6th inning lo secure Ihe  win for Mike Swaney, who also  had 16 strikeouts in his own  cause.  May 5, Coastal Roads 13 vs  Gibsons Lions 4.  May 8, Make-up game.  Coastal Roads vs Gibsons Lions.  Forfeit.  May 9. Good Cents Sports 10  vs Gibsons Lions 3. Travis Harrison made Iwo outstanding catches in cenlre field in the 6th inning  in what would have been a good  inning for Gibsons Lions.  Bantam Standings: Team -  Good Cents Sports Wins 5, Losses 2.  Roberts Creek Legion Wins 2,  Losses 4.  Gibsons Lions Wins 2, Losses  5.  Coastal Roads Wins 4, Losses  3.  Peewee: Note a name change:  Sunnycrest Mall is now Pharmasave. April 26, Gibsons IGA  13 vs Gibsons Legion 11.  Jeremy Lund pitched the firsl  three innings and did very well.  Cory Topper caught a fly ball,  making il Ihe last out of the  game. Both teams played really  well.  Devlins 10 vs Gibsons Legion  2. Tiffany Finnigan hil a solid  single and scored a run. Samuel  Bamum went three for three and  Stephen Code stole home.  Pharmasave 13 vs NRS Gibsons 12. Mike Tattei hit a triple.  Strong last inning pitching from  Harley Redfern.  May 10. Good Cents Sports 5  vs Coaslal Roads 3. Leon Weight  pitched four solid innings in middle relief to get the win.  May 10. Devlins 8 vs NRS  Gibsons 5. Ryan Johnstone blasted a double off the centre field  fence. Billy Williams hit a single  for an RBI.  May 10. Gibsons Firemen 8  vs Palra's 6. James Rickbeil  made a spectacular centre field  catch. Blair Chapman pitched a  good game. Travis Dempster  pitched phenomenally.  May 10. Gibsons IGA vs  Pharmasave 17.  Peewee Standings: Team -  Patras Wins 6, Losses I.  Gibsons Legion Wins 1, Losses  4.  Devlins Wins 6, Losses 1.  Pharmasave Wins 6, Losses 3.  Gibsons IGA Wins 3, Losses 3.  Gibsons Firemen Wins 4, Losses  3.  Gibsons NRS Wins 2, Losses 3.  Mosquito: There have been  two shutouts recorded this yearl  John Small and Tanya Hautala of  SuperValu combined to defeat  Andy's 5-0. And Jesse Rove and  Brock Mclnnes of Tideline shot  down Investors Group 14-0. Well  done everyone!  May 4 scores: Kerns 12 vs  GBS 9; Andy's 6 vs Tideline 16;  Quality Farms 2 vs Investors 12;  Pebbles Really 10 vs SuperValu  8.  Kerns' Neai Emerson and  Nathan Bland continue to lead  their team with good hilling and  fine pitching.  Investors Group has Andrew  DeBoer pitching extremely well  and Grant Chapman hit a home  run. On a Saturday make-up  game Chris McNie of Investors  and Steven Anderson of High  Point Excavating showed their  skill on the mound.  Remember coaches, you have  to reschedule any rainouls wilhin  Iwo weeks of the dale or you forfeit the game.  Tadpole: May 9, Prontos 18  vs Gibsons Mounties 15. Jessie  Wiebe good hitting and Blair  Emerson, great defence.  May 10, Prontos 27 vs NRS  Gibsons 18. Jade Bisson very  consistent hitting. Ben Hudson  great defence.  May 10, Grade Rite Excavating 16 vs Gibsons Family Sports  14, A very close game. Chris  Lutes had a stand-up triple.  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Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  The Coast News    j  r Rqimw Interior Decorating^  GRaAEMARCONSTRUCnON  Genera Confrodbfi  roUW/MlOI-fi'FlsVlMING  r^'.V&}$��^  'V^sifiri^o...  885-34o9  8864053  Und Che***  MHMMOn  ���MUHW KMHOVQi  Cite kiJuaBarf  MIS VVVfMHllasraPaWn  _[_*��� PffiPEXCA-J  tree eshmatet ^^^  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  m        tl        RENOVATIONS WITH  VelrPltlO * TOUCH OF CLASS  aM* Wf   COMMERCIAL al RESIDENTIAL  IMPKOV7ER M5^  LTD HALFMOON BAY  r Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  The Coast News    >  Complete Interior Design  Free Eslimales on  Painting i Wallpapering   ,  The Renaissance Renovator  ">���     ��� minor repairs  ��� maintenance  imagiiMtive renovations  1-Tyears in residential construction  QUALITY WORK  ERK JAMES -885-6096 We're more than just tires!  BRAKES?  Give yourself a brake  ephemera  Hi  'If  FREE  10 Point Brake Check  (Most cars & light trucks)  flJM Coastal Tires  Canine heartworm  growing BC concern  8-5 30 ��� Mon Fn  8-5 ��� S.il  i     886-2700  HWY.101  Ii Burton Da  Previously considered a  problem found only in Eastern  Canada, canine heartworm disease, a serious illness affecting  dogs, has now been reported in  20 regions west of Ontario  including the Okanagan Valley.  According to Nona Rule,  spokersperson for the BC Veterinary Medical Association,  "Public awareness is Ihe key to  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  MARINE SERVICES  '*SJ For Irte finishing touch  Eric's Drywall  give us a caP  88.5-60.^2  rShip Shape Props  BOAT PROPELLER REPAIRS - SERVICE  "SUP SHAPE SERVICE"  Camll Bally, ProprMor R.R, 1, Maaon Road  PH:M5-527��(Bua.) 8achatt. B.C.  ���M-MlO(Raa) V0N9A0  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS at BATHROOMS ���  888-9411  Cellular 250-3378  Thank You >  to our valued readers. 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Canine heartworm disease is  caused by parasitic worms that  invade a dog's heart, resulting  in impaired blood flow and  damage to the heart, lungs and  liver.  In cases where damage to the  internal organs is extensive, the  condition may be fatal.  Heartworm is spread by  mosquitoes which transmit Ihe  disease from infected dogs to  healthy dogs.  One dog can be the source of  infection for a whole neighbourhood.  "Heartworm disease may  continue to spread throughout  Canada since few dogs, relative  to ihe total population, receive  preventive medication," says  Rule.  The BC Veterinary Medical  Association has launched a  major multi-media educational  campaign lo urge dog owners to  consult their veterinarians to  learn more about canine heart-  worm disease and the importance of prevention.  5 YEARS AGO  The tragic death of Laura  Henderson in a highway accident prompted Sechelt's mayor  Bud Koch to raise the concern  of teen drinking and driving at  last week's council meeting.  Koch has been adamant in his  sland against alcohol abuse.  Last summer he met with considerable opposition when he  persuaded council to refuse a  permit for a beer garden at  Sechelt's Celebration Days.  10 YEARS AGO  A newly-formed Sunshine  Coast Cycling Association will  make its inauguration this week  with a trip to the Roberts Creek  picnic site at the bottom of  Flume Road.  25 YEARS AGO  ,    Premier WAC Bennett, Hon-  : ourable Wesley Black, minister  of   highways,   Honourable  Waldo Skillings, minister of  industrial development and  Honourable Isabel Dawson,  minister without portfolio,  along with Monty Aldous, ferry  authority manager, officiated  during the inaugural run of Ihe  Sunshine Coasl Queen on  Thursday of last week at the  Langdale ferry terminal.  30 YEARS AGO  Bob and Eileen Griffith of  Egmonl realized a lifelong  ambition Monday when their  38-foot (roller New Dawn was  launched in the presence of  their many friends. The keel  was laid about Iwo years ago  and since then Bob has spent  evry minute of his spare lime  working on il.  35 YEARS AGO  A Are truck lo serve the area  outside Gibsons is now established in a building given Gibsons and area volunteer fire  department by William Weiii-  handl and is located on his  property at Reid and North  Roads.  45 YEARS AGO  The new Howe Sound ferry,  which is operating between  Horseshoe Bay and Gibsons is  Ihe converted Fairmile, Ihe  Machigonne, owned by Gibson  Brothers of Vancouver. The  vessel makes two round trips  daily. The Machigonne can  carry a maximum of 140 passengers.  SPCA news  This beautiful two-year-old female spaniel cross Is just one or  many pets at the SPCA waiting for good homes. If you want to  meet these wonderful companions, call 885-4771.  IP^ Spill     Wb^&  MON TIME HT. FT.  0225 10.7  24   0650 127  MO   1405 1.9  2140 15.1  FRI TIME HT. FT.  0b2t) B.5  28 1110 10.8  FR   1715      5.8  TUES TIME HT.FT.  WED TIME HT. 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' ���    ������������-������        - -    -   1:30pm.  COASfflfEWS  _ COAST NEWS  WEERENDEW  J sLUUM incws.   iviay ��:t,    i^7J  Take Advantage of our Nexv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  arid pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Gibsons. 2 yr. 1.600 sq It + loft. 3  bdrms. 2 baths, on treed tot. Vaulted ceiling, aak floors, skylit. Near  beach. $206.000.8B6-4821.��21cn  Roberts Creek, 1.5 acres. Mossy  Rock Road, lot 115. Asking  $159,000. Will consider all serious  offers. 886-2963. ��2icn  ROYAL REACH TOWNHOUSE  1 yi. old, 2 storey, pristine cond.  Scenic location, 2 bdrms, 2 full  baths, garage, very pnvale patio. 5  appl's plus mini-Winds _ screens.  $110,500.8854840.        #21cn  WATERFRONT LOT  70' frontage ��� Port McNeill.  $62.000.949-7849 after 5 pm.  ���22cn  Woodcreek Park. 16.500 sq It. flat,  landscaped lot in cul-de-sac. 886-  8470. 12201  I.   Homes &  Properly  West Sechelt, private setting,  2.800 sq ft, 4 bdrms, 3 baths,  wood slove _ fireplace. Double  Jacuzzi tub, oak kitchen, partial  view, 2 decks, fenced, landscaped.  walk to school, store.  885-3300. #22cn  For sale immed. immaculate 1,200  sq It, 3 bdrm home. Fully finished  basement. 1/4 block from downtown Sechelt. Large lot. fully landscaped. Double garage plus tool  shop. For appointment phone 885-  8934. I21cn  1.264 sq It rancher near new golf  course. Landscaped. Hot lub.  $160,000,885-4163.        Klcn  3300 sq. ft. plus double garage,  2x6 construction, 3 yrs. old, 5  bdrms., 3 balhs, 3 F/P, partial  view, Gibsons, $279,000. 885-  7749. I22w  Homes &  Property  Executive style custom view home,  2,600 + sq tt, 3 levels, 2 bdrms,  plus master suite, 2 kitchens, 2-1/2  balhs, vaulted ceilings. 2x6 walls,  cedar exterior / decks. Exceptional  yard, much more, finest neighbourhood. 4990 Panorama Dr., Garden  Bay. 863-2687 eves. ss  B.C.'s Sunshine Coasl is growing1  Residential, Revenue and Inveslmenl properties. Call Nick Proach  now! Valley Pacilic Realty 657-  3250. Klcn  WEST SECHELT  WATERFROiNT  1/2 acre. Hrach acccits.  Nicely lindacaprd. Small,  wcllkcpl 2 iHlrm home.  Asking, ta'(,') >HK|  By appt. only.  Nick Proach  885-6340  Valley Pacific Realty  H NATIONAL  I      M     V���J III      ���.   I       I   L    I     \    I   I      Lllll      1/     I  NRS GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  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CalNngham Invito you lo call ui  Id discus, our Real Estate  Planning fjervtcee Weolfer  professional personal servloe  working lo, your batsl Inlnieats  Call Oavlat al II1HII  or'oisnallMirrS.  oiDeaias-aiM  Siemens Real!  VIEW  6 month cm i bdrm. condo, 664  sq. ft., close to schools, shopping,  medical clinic, $107,000. NO GST.  666-0362 aft. 6pm. 122*  VIEW LOT cul-de-sac, Hill-rest  Rd., Gibsons. Ready to build.  Underground services, $79,900.  NEAR NEW 3 bdrm. 2 bath 1/2  duplex, strata on spacious lol, in  nice neighbourhood of single  frames, $134,500. 296-5215 Hilde  Sutton Group Excel. 121*  New quality built home. West  Sechelt on quiet cul-de-sac, partial  view, 2500 sq. fl finished, 4 bdim.  3 bath, oak cabinets, $219,900,  NO GST. 8850747. ��21w  New family w/2 yr. old son, 3 yrs.  on Sunshine Coast, BC Ferries  plus own business, seek home and  properly rent-to-own, or all oilers  considered. Michael or Cher. 886-  4538 pager 1-978-3344.    #21w  Prime view lot near Tnckiecrook &  CrurJ, $78,000.922-3559. ��21w  Lot I Mountamview Drive, partial  view lot, level and cleared in a  quiet cul-de-sac with all underground services. Private panhandle access. Ready to build your  dream home. $79,000. Call 886-  3612 or 326-5534. ss  :������*��;  MORTGAGE  LOANS  ���lit, 2nd, 3rd I  ���RtfliiaincaVForeclosurM  ���Ofrbt Conioltdition  ���Quack Approval  <MI credit considered  ���OuaWy by phone  Cal lot a Iree consultation  240-9672  Ray Quan  24hrs/7dayiaWa��k  PASSPORT MORTGAGE  u����uu  4 bdrm home plus 1 bdrm suite,  West Sechelt, excellent investment, $145.000.685-5764.     ss  Almost new 1500 sq. ft. 2 level  home in Gibsons, huge insulated  double garage, 2 1/2 baths, fireplace w/qualily finishing throughout. Features include huge master  bedroom with full ensuite, walkin  closet, and a pnvate deck. Home is  covered under a 5-year warranty,  priced to sell quickly at $159,900  Including GST. 984-3386, G&G  Investment Corporation, Jim Grant.  TFN  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOGUE  SaS86 Caawne St., Bo�� 1219  Saacha.lt. BC . VON 3A.0  (145-3211 FAXM5-JB��  Van. Toll Fraae aU4-*��ie  Private 13* acres, exceptional  location. Harbour, lake and island  views, roads throughout neai Garden Bay Lake. Subdivision potential, borders crown and parkland,  $250,000.683-2687. ss  Lot 27 Carmel Place, t/2 acre  plus. Beautiful year round creek,  padial ocean view. Building sile  ready. $40,000 685-9391 aft. 6pm.  ���21w  Gibsons affordable waterfront. 3  bdrm. panabode. steep trail  access. Open House Sun., May 23  pm. 1618 Ocean Beach  Esplanade. 866-2670.      121 en  TOPSOIL  Screened top soil at reasonable  rate. W.D. Excavating, 886-9764  or cell. 11-220-1526 TFNs  Brand new home, $165,000  Sechelt. 3 bdrm.. 2 full baths,  unfinished bsmt., gas furnace on  approx. 1/2 acre. Quiet cul-de-sac  past arena, left Fairway, left  Parkview PI., 16037 offered by  builder. 8864445. ��21w  Almost new module home in  Mason Rd. Trailer Park. Deluxe  kitchen, L/R, D/R, 2 bdrms., huge  bathroom w/double marble vanity,  soaker tub, glass brick wall. This  home is bright and spacious  sv/many extras. 885-2323.  ��23w  OPEN HOUSE: Wed, 1-5, Sat, 1-  5. Very attractive, 1 bdrm. 1060 sq.  ft. condo, 1 yi. old. w/appl. Large,  bright L/R, D/R, super kitchen,  roomy dinette decorated with view,  choice location. Quiel, private.  Georgia Mirage, unil 38, 555  Eaglecrest, Gibsons. $132,900. To  view anytime call 6860461. ��23v  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent condition, very clean,  newly painted t renovated featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls.  400 sq. ft. deck, fridge 1 stove  included, washer t dryer optional.  Excellent location, close to lerry, in  Comeau Trailer Park ��22,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 686-8095. $39,900. Call lo  view. TFNs  REDUCED!  Soames Point, 932 Feeney. View.  P.S.B.O. 3 yr. Jennish Colonial. 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suite, 2 F/P, 3  baths, double garage, shake roof,  French windows. $245,900. 686-  0081.351 -7866 after B pm.     ss  Climbing lhe Stai-wey to Heevan  Linda  Auburn Halo  Cheerful, glowing  Shining eyes  Smiling, Smiling, Smiling  Lovely Linda  Ferry chats  Kalhenne sleeping in your arms  Bubbling with Christmas plans  and city trips  Loving, caring for your children  Optimistic, genuine  Skillful, knowing how to  Arms piled high with resumes  Thoughtful  Effective, woiking lor our children  Linda  Auburn halo  Cheerful, glowing  Shining eyes  Smiling, Smiling, Smiling  Lovely Linda  Following your French dreams,  sharing mine  Mylnend  Kindred Spirit  I will really, really miss you  Linda  Lover-' inda...  FromAllijrvlyj,  ��21cn  YESI  It can happen. Trail Bay Paik. For  Ihe whole Coast in the heart of  Sechelt on the waterlront. Give  your support at Books and Stuff,  Trail Bay Mall. Info. 685-2339.  #21cn  Ellen Besso  HAS  TFiAGER*  Relaxation fortliclxxjy  & die mind.  Reduced ivain &  increased well being.  8(184274  GARY WHITE  886-8107*1-351-4390  COMMUTER WANTED  For daily delivery ol papers to the  ferry. Please call Pat at 886-2622.  Thank you. TFNs  48' x 330' ot prime low bank waterfront in Gibsons Harbour near  Gibsons Marina. House needs  repair but could be fixed up for  recreational or rental use. Property zoned Tourist Commercial (C-2).  Double gaiage plus storage shed.  $189,500. Phone Jennifer 1-689-  7070. ss  One acre in peaceful lower  Roberts Creek. Partially cleared  with nice trees. Exceptional property at the end of the road.  $135,000,886-7372. ss  752 Hwy. 101, 50x268 lot, 3 bdrm.  older house, $165,000.686-9049  Noon Hour  Specials)  Discounts on  ��� cards  ��� jewellery  ��� pi ioto (tames  Show Piece Gallery  280 Gosasai Point Road,  Gibson '��� Landing     886.9213  POTTERY SALE  Handcrafted Stoneware by Elaine  Futterman and Mike Allegretti  Creek Clayworks. Studio open  house Sat. - Sun., June 516,  10am-4pm, 1736 Lockyer Rd.,  Roberts Creek. 685-2395.  I22w  It's A Boy1 Ed and Grace Pazur are  thrilled to announce the long awaited arrival ol Michael Peter bom  May 15,1993 weighing 6 pounds,  10 ounces at St. Mary's Hospital.  Many lhanks to Dr. Price, Dr, Cii-  lum, Dr, Lebrun and Dr, McFatland  and all Ihe nurses for Michael's  safe arrival and care. Thank you.  Thanks to all the Inends for their  comfort and support during our  recent loss. The Family ol Shirley  Wray. ��2lcn  My team is in the run  To win the Stanley Cup  It's been a long, long wait  For the team to smarten up  If it wasn't for the Habs  To give us Pat Burns ^.  We'd be in last place UL-1  With the other leafs and ferns  The leafs are well known  They have a great group of lads  Known mostly lor losing  And getting tips Irom the Habs.  Anonymous Maple Leal Fan,  (A.K.AHab Closet Fan)  W.H.T.L.  Summer choral singing camp for  children ages 7 to 16 yrs. For information and registration 885-2460.  I22w  CjULE.0. SINGLES CLUB  Hikes, luncheons, crib, dancing,  pot luck dinners. Call 686-3354 or  885-9968. K21cn  COUNSELLING  For individuals, couples, t families. Call Mary Lang (R.S.W.,  M.S.W.) 886-8144. -23*  Aie you feeling tense or have limiting energy levels? Polarity therapy  is a touch technique which aims to  balance the body's vital energy  tnd to release tension. For inlormation and appointments please  call Vonnie McKeivey 683-9853.   ��23cn  OKAY   I need my ladder! Please return HI  OckBt-akeman 886-7656. 121 en  Tbn(&g_Tt<Bav^jiii  sjpccaalUlnfla  Prtacared Flowcn  Scssana/Nlnaar Aturaaiona  OUI Wnprairaj ��� Cad _mt-  PteacntdCcnaaM ��� Vedalarag Bouquets  Hunter Gallery now *taowing "Arizona-Recent Works' by Vivian  Chamberlin until June 5.    I22w  HULLABALOO  wlthtartworkshop.goody  bags, laccpalntlngft lun.  Call 885*6203  lobookvoursl  Piano Tuning  _m      ��� repairs  j_W%' aPP'a*Mls  Ktn Dalgleish  886-2843  WANTED - smaller upright piano.  Good condilion. 885-5552. ��22cn  The Gibsons Landing Merchants  Association (GLMA) is planning a  calendar ol events for the Landing.  Would anyone planning to hold a  promotional event In the Landing  (eg: lishing derby, parade, music  festival, craft show, etc.) please  contact lhe GLMA at 886-7202.   ttlw  Sunshine Coast Transition  House. A sale place lor women  and children in crisis. Free confidential 24 hour service. I85-2M4  TFN  PRIVATE TUITION _________  L^rieixed My qualified teacher Used baclstr*e for home use. 885-  available. Seniors exam prepara- 3533 eves 122a,  tion techniques. Elementary stu-  ���   dents - all subjects. 886-8468. Kayacklng lile belt; crab traps.  I2tw Phone car k mess. 666-7355.  TFNs  BROOKS* MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints |  Eminnm.nl  Friendly Peirm  In All Colour, ol  ,f/_f.  IheReintxm  ��� ��� Including timer.  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bus. 885-29231  Res. 885-5058  We buy beer bottles and beer  cans, paying 80 e/doz. 886-8039.  TFN  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. TFNs  WORD  PROCESSING  ��� Laser Printer ���  Coast Office Services  Phone/Fax  885-6390  TWIG FURNITURE  Stephen Carroll will be displaying  his craft every Sat. behind the  Shadow Baux Gallery, Cowrie St.,  Sechell. (weather permitting).i23w  (GifesonB^  VDiatriST  CHAMMIOfCOMMIIO  Community Recognition  Awards Dinner to honour  Steve Sleep; John De  Kleer; Sue Wiggins; Russ  and Carol McLeod; Sandra  Alcock, and Don and Eiztar  Andow.  8:00 pm WednMday,  May 26 at the  Gibtone Yachl Club.  Dinner, including wine,  $16.00.  For reservations call Emily  Perry 686-2325.  Adult children of Alcoholics or dysfunctional families please call 886-  3849 or 885-4622 for help.    NC  WiHRoskoflege  of Natural Healing  Consult Our  Practitioners  Terry Wil|a**J,HohaUst  Elaine Stevens, Herbalist  Garry Gallagher, Kineskilogist  R.P.Kao.Hnmoipath  Lynn Lawrence, Budywnrk  Richard Horthwick, Bodywork  Joan Drahyk, Rellexokigist  Don Ross, NIP  Visit Our  Hi-rhal Supptemcnls  Homeopathic Remedies  BachBiwerEweiKes  Chinese Patent Medicines  Essential Oils  Sei-aTan-10%discounL  101-2182 West 12th Ave.  Vancouver, V6K2N4  (604)734-4596  Gold rope-chain bracelet, May 10.  in Gibsons. REWARD. 886-3067.  12101  Parakeet, green wilh grey breast,  near Lower Rd. 886-9885. I2tw  Wedding band w/diamond. 885-  0800. #2tw  Reward - lost pager-beeper, black  w/clipon case. ��1-979-8421. Call  Pebbles Realty 886-8107 or 886-  3013 lv. mess. ��21w  Still missing, 11/2 yr. old orange 8  white Tom. Red vacc. tag. on flea  collar, white on neck & paws,  striped tail. Siamese 'yowl'. Woodcreek area. 686-4663 eves. ��2t w  STOLEN BONSAI  Whoever stole Ihe bonsai off the  twig shell at the lop ol Bals Lane,  'Stealing will bring bad fortune into  your life'Return it! ��2lcn  REWARD $100  Stolen or lost, 2 It.x2lt. plastic zip-  bag full of collection ol imported  cloth and aveavings. Missing since  1991. Return to Roberts Creek  Store, no questions asked, or into  leading to recovery. 665-3512  Rhonda. '    ��22w  Large tabby fern, cat called  Sophie, School Rd. area. 886-  8645 or 886-3111. #21w  Wakefield area - men's folding  black eelskin wallet containing  women's ID. Reward. 685-7759.  ���21*  Prescription glasses found on  beach past Bonniebrook at the end  ol Gower Pl.Rd. 886-2622. #21w  Set of captain chain with wooden  spindle backs. Solid oak table.  White fndge/lreerer and stove, pair  of French doois. 886-9836.    as  Oars/oar locks, life belts. Call 886-  7355lv. mess. TFNs  Good used plywood, 4 sheets 1/4  inch, 3 sheets 1/2 inch, 3 sheets  5/8 inch. G.O.S. or knots b.s. 886-  2689. ��23cn  Recycle. Wanled excess or used  building materials. Will remove and  salvage small buildings. Free or  reasonable. 883-2687.      121 w  Practice rowing shell with sweeps  lor Olympic hopeful. 886-2089.  Mlw  Picnic table, rooling shakes, wood-  en siding. 685-2467.        ��22w  TROPICAL FISH  Free lish when buying others. 25  cents at up. 886-9890      ��22cn  Free Viking dishwasher, not working, good for parts. 686-7286.  12101  Single pane windows - greal for a  Klcn  Sat., May 29,9am, large and small  household Hems, handyman specials, range oven, TV, sewing  machine, 765 Henry Rd, Gibsons.  I21w  May 29/30, 9-4,1532 Larchberry,  Woodcreek Park. Bikes, lishing  equip., tools, 5 HP motor, slide  projector. #21w  May 29,9am-2pm. loot of Bals  Lane, Gibsons. I21w  Jack a Jill Preschool Garage A  Bake Sale - Sat., May 29,10-4.  991 Rosamund, off Pratt Rd. Lots  ol goodies at great prices. ��21w  4 silver foxes $150 ea or $250 ea,  with cages. Also peacocks, male  $125, female $75.1 red-golden  pheasant$25.683-9430.   ��23w  CATZ&  IMWGS  AWESOME!  Community Benefit  Sale  Sat. May 29:10:00-2:00  9 West Sechelt Elem.  on Mason Rd.  All Proceed! lor our  Odyaaeyot the Mind'  Teem et World Flnele  Raffles ��� Special Auction  Coffee & admits  Donation et door exit*  883-9% 1  MOVING SALE  Moving to tiny trailer! Art prints,  posters, furniture, books, videos,  clothes, appliances, kilchen stuff.  Sat., June 5, 8am-lpm. 456  Gower Pt. Rd. (across from Yacht  Club). TFNs  Mult; family garage sale Sat., June  5,10am-3pm, 12558 Wannock       Rd., Fran. Fenn. ��22w  A good home for our dog. She is a     ���  7 mo. old Golden Retnever/Shep-   Moving sale Sat. at Sun., May 291  herd, has shots. Family has allergy 30, lOanMpm. Utile bil ol every-  probtem. Call 886-9112 aft. 5pm.     tr��ng. 13438 Lee Rd, Garden Bay.  I23w I21w  GIANT MOVING SALE  MAY 29-30  921 Marine Dr household items,  office furniture (oak), plants, furniture, beds, garden tools, misc.  hardware. 686-3414.        i21w  Moving sale, 1436 Bonniebrook  His, rain or shine. May 29,9am?   ��21cn  Yard sale, Sun, May 30 at 10 am-  2 pm, 815 North Rd.        I21w  ALCOHOLICS  ANONYMOUS  885-7883,24 hour line.       TFN  TUPPERWARE  Perfect tor home, boat, RV, sum-  mer cabin. Host a party or shop by  cata-Uogue! Call Ondy 885-7989.  ���22w  Stencilling reasons. For more information, plea* can Jill 886-2175.  ��21cn  BGCBtfi  Ootrr  PROMOS  , Jr�� All TOUR OMFMC ���>  CALL88S-Oa44  Does twneone in your family have  a drinking piirtlem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 885-7484, 886-9059.  Al-Aleen 886-2565 or 885-7484.  2 riding horses, geldings, 10 yrs  old. 885-5444. #23cn  PYRAMID DOG TRAINING  Private classes, problem solving,  certified trainer. 886-2854. I26cn  Dr. Wendy Royle, Veterinarian  wishes to announce the opening of  a practice in the near future. Date  and location to be announced  soon. ��2tw  Maltese puppy, male, 4-1/2 mths,  c/w porta kennel, dlx leash at much  more. $150.836-0043.     I22cn  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Dog t cal boarding. Dog training,  'Science Diet' pet foods. 886-  8568. TFN  African Pigmy goats. Does, bucks,  kids. Excel, pets and bush clearing. 883-2990 ss  Help reduce the pet over-population problem - spay or neuter your  pet. NC  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then - Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  ,���  4716 or Manee FasJiions.    NC    Westinghouse, 5 cycle portable  dishwasher, good working cond,.  $125,886-7722 leave message.   TFNs  Two 75W Paavay monitors, 30' Westinghouse elec. ranges.  Yorkvlle 250W bast head, $800. Good cond. White $75. Copper-  885-4649. I22w    tone $125.688-9858.       ��26cn  Drop oft your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  Marina Pharmacy  in Pender Harbour  "A Friendly People Place"  19 Appliances  bV  *  ���****-����*��-�������mm-- Coast News, May 24, 1993  17  Take Advantage of our Nezv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  21. For Sale  JOHNHAHItONAWIANCIS  wilf) worrohly  ���New Inglis line  ��� We sell parts  417 Prall Id. Oikioni  IM-WJ9  Frost-tree Iridge, harvest gold, 15  cu. ft. Good working cond. $200  OBO,. 686-2417. I22w  Amana Wd washer at dryer, used  less than 1 yr. Paid $1,600 will sell  $9757pr. 886-8463. I22cn  Kenmore deluxe electric stove,  harvest gold. Good condHlon. $75  OBO. 886-3033. Klcn  12 cu. It. Ireezer in working order,  $50.885-2416 eves.        I2lw  Two kitchen stoves, $125-$200.  90-day warranty. 6880312 or 886-  4556.       I2lw  Older Westinghouse white 24 In.  electric stove, $75.885-9230 #21 w  Coin-Op washer at dryer, $600 pr.  Arthur 885-9859. ��21w  Heavy duty Whirlpool washer A  dryer, $400 OBO. 886-2653.K21 w  Philco 21 cu. It. SXS white FF  fridge, new compr., beautilul,  $589; GE almond 15 cu. It. 2-dr.  FF, $429; Hotpoint Comado washer st dryer, almond, beautiful  shape, $579 pr.; Kitchenaid builtin  dishwasher, black, energy saver,  $297; Baycresl 30" almond sell-  clean stove, $389; Whirlpool  almond 15 cu. It. FF 2 dr. fridge,  $429; Gibson 15 cu. It. h. gold  Iridge, 2 dr., FF. And much more.  Guaranteed 90 days to 2 years,  parts t labour. Phone Bjom 885-  7897 or Corner Cupboard 885-  4434. #22w  Kenmore washer and dryer, good  cond, $400 OBO for pair. 885-  3782. I22w  TWIG FURNITURE  Chairs, $85; collee tables, $65;  stools, $55; plant stands, $25 and  much more. Call Stephen 866-  8856. ��23w  Large high back wicker chair/stool,  blue floral, $195; small handmade  solid mahogany vanity/stool, $125.  Both as new. 665-3175.     Mlw  Ginger Jar rattan set, must sell!  Almost new, oft white, mined pastel cotton covers. Good deal.  Phone 685-5178 Suzana. Mien  Great present-antique Dutch wall  clock, copper face and weights,  sun and moon plates, $600.886-  7307.  3 pee sectional couch $200. Folding cane chairs $12 ea, Mac Plus  computer 5 mg ram $450.19 in.  colour Panasonic TV $75. Drill  press stand, 14 gauge heavy duty  elect cord 140', glass firescreen,  utensil set. 885-2995.      #22cn  Good working cond., Fridgidare  stove, $125; Inglis washer/dryer,  $250; Westinghouse chest Ireezer,  $125; 2 dog houses, $25 ea.; overhead oak kitchen cupboard, glass  doors bolh sides, $100; 4 area  rugs. 685-5979. #22*  Couch t chair like new $300.  Mcuntain bike $50.885-7334.  12301  Microwave table, wood grain, like  new $50. Slate blue love seat,  chair A ottoman. $250 like new.  Brown velvet swivel rocker as new  $125. Bedside table $5.886-8991.  M3cn  Solid wooden butcher block table  with 4 chairs $250.886-0066.   #2301  Heavy duty utility trailer, elec.  brakes with Rease hitch. $700  OBO. 683-2368. M3cn  LOOKING  FOR  SPECIAL  HELP?  Oak dining rm suite, hutch, buffet,  2-leaf table, 6 chairs, excel, cond.  $750. Kroehler bed chesterfield  green fabric $50.885-5202 eves.  M3cn  ALL NEW QUALITY PINE A OAK  ���"������������ - ���" FURNrrufle  9 piece deluxe satin finish pine  bedim set $1,595.8 pee bedim set  $795. 5 drawer chest $175. 4  drawer chest $160. 7 drawer  dresser it minor $375. 4 poster  bed frame $295. TV armoire $295.  Large armoire $495. Oueen size  box spring & mattress $295.  OAK FURNITURE 42x96 solid oak  table 18 chairs $1,395.48x72  solid oak table at 6 chairs $995.  42x60 solid oak table A 6 chairs  $925. Hutch at buffet $995. CALL  ANY TIME 984-2795. CALL FOR  THIS WEEKEND'S SPECIAL I  PIECE BDRM SET $725!  MOW  Solid oak dining room sel, 6  chairs, $800; 6-pce. solid oak bedroom suite, 4 poster bed, $1200.  685-9694. I22w  EXCELLENT CONDITION  Kitchen table with lour chairs A  glass collee table. 686-7323.  ��22cn  NORTH  VANCOUVER  ���  CAMPBELL  RIVER  ���  MERRIT  $195  IT PAYS  TO SPREAD  THE WORD  Protour mountain bike, 18 gears,  good condition, suit 10-12 year old  $85.8888387. M2cn  Furniture, almosl new, country  style, solid pine, hand-rubbed  beeswax finish: cupboard for home  entertainment centre, $350; blanket box, $200; bookshelf, $200; old  ollice hatrack, wood, $35; charcoal  grey Ikea rag rug, 5x7, $35; almost  new Bombay C ompany telephone/bedside table, $75.886-  9665. TFNs  60 gallon aquarium with iron stand,  aquadear 2000 filter, other misc,  $225,886-7372. M3w  Yamaha electronic organ, $300.  Call 266-4321 or weekends 886-  7190. I23w  Fisher fireplace insert in great  cond. See and bid on It at W.  Sechelt Elementary school on May  29 al 10am-2pm only. $800 +  value new. M1w  RHODODENDRONS A AZALEAS  Same low price $3.5O-$10.O0. No  GST. Large selection. Roberts  Creek Nursery, 2569 Lower Rd.  886-2062. #23w  5-pc. walnut bmn. ste. queen sz.  bed c/w mattress A box spring,  $300; dry bar tor basement, $100;  walnut entertainment unit, $500.  ��23w  Infant safety helmet Fisher Price  high chair, playpen, IBM Selectra  typewriter, answering machine.  885-6430. *22w  Temporary power pole $200 OBO.  885-3755. M3cn  Alpha 112 industrial sewing  machine installed in work tench. 4  yrs old. Purchase price $1,200.  Ofleis? Helen 885-2224 local 45.  #23cn  Canopy lor short box, full size  pick-up. 685-4706. ��23cn  Camper, lawn mower, power saw,  rototiller. 685-7290. M3cn  U.S. company opens doois in your  area. Hong Kong, Holland, Spain,  Mexico, S. Ameilca. P/T F/T from  home/office. We train. Mr. Anri  251-3144. Mtw  Trampolines, used demo and  rental returns. Save $$$. Phone  Rob 683-4949; 9850033.   M2w  Custom exterior French door. Oak,  standard opening. $600 OBO.  885-3469. M3w  2 super-single waterbeds with  headboard. $100 ea. 866-9127.  ���2301  Men's/ladies' 5 sp. louring bikes,  exc. cond, $75 ea. or $125 both; 4  drawer dbl. pedestal ollice desk,  wood top, malching padded high-  backed tilt, swivel armchair on  casters, exc. cond, $125.885-  6313. ��22w  Rowing machine, $75; exercise  bike, $40; rocking chair, $20. Chris  885-4089. M2w  Fresh Halibut ��� call Cathy 866-  7389. M2w  Leather motorcycle jacket. $160;  RV fridge, works great, $110;  small mtn. bike, $90.886-4719.  I22w  MOVING - sect'y desk, 3 drawer  w/typing cadenza; old useable  cheslerlield; old stereo w/record  player; colour TV, needs work; 5  gal. fish tank w/heater I canopy  light; box ol legal manila  envelopes; Noma 4 1/2 ft. Christmas tree. 888-2199. ��22w  Binoculars, Nikon Lookout III,  10x50, $100.886-9665.     TFNs  Franklin wood stove. Good cond.  $90 OBO. 685-3075.        Mtcn  Wood burning cook stove, suitable  for cabin. Open tor offers or trade.  885-9071. M1cn  Macintosh Ilea 100 MB HD 5 MB  ram $2,150. RGB 13" colour monitor $250. Integrity Graphics 885-  6424. M1cn  16 tt fiberglass canoe $350.  Sportsman fiberglass canopy, fits  8 ft box, approx 2 ft high $1,700  replacement value, asking $650.  886-2136. Mien  Satellite system, 8 It spun aluminum dish, receiver, remote control tracker, stand $950.686-2354.  12101  Matching couch and chair, good  cond $50. Ladies dry suit $150.  Mtcn  Laptop computer, Mac Powerbook  140, incl. extra battery, carrying  case. 40 Mb HD, 4 Mb RAM, Software included (WordPerfect,  Magic, Flight Simulator, Quicken),  $1800.886-9665. TFNs  LADIES 14 PT. DIAMOND  SOLITAIRE RING 14 K. GOLD  W/hean shape box, $250 OBO; 45  gal. aquarium w/light A accessories - plants, rocks ind. jade A  corral and approx. 45 fish, Incl. Ig.  silver dollars, $150.886-3673.  ���23w  42" pine tables 4 chairs on rollers,  $150; Atari st. comp, color monitor, 2 disc drives, over 30 programs, $350. Lg. metal desk with 4  drawers. $100.886-3472.   M3w  wMrCmees  ��� AutlirnUt Ccromis Pols  ��� P,un,-d& Trained  ��� Outdoor 'rers 8. S/trubs  886-9491  R.S.F. energy wood stove model  HF65R new $1,750, sell $950.  665-2503. SS  Seldom used: Philips air purifier  and de-ionizer w/repiacement filter  $26. Philips air purifier $15. Bkxi-  aire Clean mist 2.5 gal. humidifier  $65,886-9665. TFNs  Coleman cotton flannel-lined  sleeping bag, seldom used, cool  weather rated $35. Air mattress  $10,686-9865. TFNs  Tom Richardson and Catl Nelson  have released their first album  together. 'Precipice' Is a Celtic  compilation ol original and traditional music. Bagpipes, guitar,  bodhran, hammered dulcimer.  Avail, in local stores. Please buy  one! #22w  Two chesterfield suites, $200 and  $150 OBO; elec. stove. 686-7642.  M3w  December Forest Products High  quality split alder firewood. Cut to  any length. Cedar kindling available. Full Cord, $95 plus delivery.  Pender Harbour, Sechelt A Gibsons. 8850340. ��3w  Car dolly lor small and mid-size  compl. w/light bar, near new, 1993  model, $1950 firm. 883-2246.  ��23w  25 ft. Owens, $1500; gas pump  and 300 gal. tank, $100.883-9107.  #23w  15 cu. ft. deepfreeze, Viking. 885-  9687 or 8907 Redrooffs Rd.M3w  Medium size travel dog kennel,  exc. cond, $35; new double  kitchen sink, white, $50; Coleman  generator 5000 wall, used to  Days, $750.885-7043. ������"-��&�� '  "Lopi" wood burning, 3/16' steel  cast Iron stove, $175 lirm. 686-  7606. M1cn  250 amp Hobart gas welder, $600.  8856280. M3w  Misc. building materials, gd. cond.  886-9346 eves. ��23w  65,000 BTU oil lurnace A tank,  $150 OBO; 4 matching chairs,  cushioned seats, wood arms, $20  ea.; blue recliner chair, $100; exercise bike, $35; Sony radio/  tapedeck external speakers, $15.  8860287. M3w  Perennials  Huge Selection  low Prices  Melville Cottage Gardens  1685 Tyson, Sechelt  Wed. to Sun. 9 am to 5 pm  Closed Mon. & Tues.  Nnnli oil Wl Ikiwkii Brawling fi Field  Cellular phone Novatel, with  charger. BC mobility contract. Al  8855548 9-4 pm. Mloi  Antique parlour stove $250. 885-  9282. Mien  Closing! Gerry's Chainsaw A  Mower Repairs, as of May 31. For  sale, parts, sundry Items, used  parts. Thanks to all who used my  service. Gerry 885-5772.   I21cn  Two 4x6 sliding mirrored closet  doors with track, as new, $175.  886-3435. #22w  2-pc. Panasonic Cam Corder  ($3500 new), make an offer;  desk/swivel chair, $25; Lennox oil  furnace, exc. cond, $50; exercise  bike, $50.685-7478. Mlw  All this rain has watered down our  prices!! 25% OFF everything in  the store until the end ol May. If  you've been coveting something,,  now's the time to comei get it.  FOR OLDE TIMES SAKE  HWY. 101* PRATT RD.  Sandra Leach 886-8261.   Mtcn  WEDDING DRESS  White, otl the shoulder, decorated  with pearls. Cocktail length Iront  hemline, long back. Size 12/13.  Veil. ind. Less than 1 yr old. $500.  885-5010. I21cn  ,'���"'���   PRAWNS" ' '  Fresh daily $3.50/lb. To place  order call 883-2136 lv. mess.Mlw  Osbum airtight wood stove, $350.  685805). Mlw  Satellite dish (2 yrs. dd) Toshiba  receiver TRX100 with DECODER,  $1500; elec. stainless steel clay  mixer, $100.888-9595.     Mlw  Antique gold wood stove, exc.  cond, $1100 OBO. 885-0604.  Mtw  Nothing runs like a Deere. Model  66 John Deere, 8 HP 30 In. cut,  $575.895.3546. Mlw  Myata 12 sp. racer bike. Manganese tube, good cond., cost  $439, sell $150; 2 bike bumper  carrier, $20; Black A Decker  rechargeable, reversible drill, $20;  9x12 wall tent, used 2X, $25.886-  9509. Mtw  Sanyo 26' consde color TV, exc.  con., $250 OBO. Jessica 885-  1960 att. 4:30 pm. ��23w  Kitchenaide dishwasher, $30; and  Moffat stcve, $30; wood stove,  $50; a large Kenmore microwave,  $50, all working. 8866906. M3w  BUILDERS  4060 0<TH brown dbl. glazed window. $200,886-7955.        Mtw  1 pr. ol drapes 81 in. X 84 in. long,  $65; drapery rod 162 in. wide  w/draw cord, $80; temporary electric pole, $200.886-8025.   Mlw  OH Furnace, Airco 120,000 BTU +  tank, Offers, 688-7037.      Mlw  Full size camper frig, stove heater,  $1500OBO. 886-2108. ss  SCREENED TOP SOIL  Quality soil at a reasonable rate.  WD Excavating. 886-9764 lv.  mess. TFNs  FRESH PRAWNS  $5 lb. A $4 per Ib. To order 885-  7348Namaste. Mlw  SCREENED TOP SOL  Quality soil at a reasonable rate.  WD Excavating 686-9764 lv.  mess. TFNs  250 sal. luel dl tank, $100 OBO  (empty). 688-2626. ss  Inflatable kayak, like new, $500;  call between 12 A 1pm, 685-9357.   TFN  MecPowerbook140,40MbHD,4  Mb RAM, ind. software: WordPerfect, Magic, HyperCard Developers  Kit, Flight Simulator, Quicken.  $2000.886-9665. TFNs  '68 Woodmizer 40HD handsaw  mill. Trailer pkg-550 hrs, lap siding attach., carriage cover, auto  grinder, tooth setter, misc. spare  parts. $22,000 060.886-3001 ss  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent condition, very  dean, newly painted A renovated  featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. It. deck, Iridge S stove  induded. washer A dryer optional.  Excellent location, close to ferry, in  Comeau Trailer Park M2,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 8866095. $39,900. Call to  view      TFNs  HYDRO POLES  BC Hydro approved, all sizes. Call  W.D. Excavating for information.  686-9764 or cell 1-220-1526.  ��� TFNs  AGED HORSE MANURE  $20 pickup load or 2 loads/$30.  Roberts Creek 685-9989.    TFN  SUNCO  Recycled Building Materials  French Doors/lnf.-Exl. Doors  Alum. & Vinyl Windows  lighting/Kitchen &  Bathroom Fixtures etc.  Visil our start or col  885-8889  5653 Wharf Rd, Sechelt  Recycle * Save  1985 Honda Accord EX 4 dr. auto,  power sunroof, cruise control,  power windows, power dooriocks,  new tires, new exhaust, power  brakes, Honda stereo, $5000  OBO. 886-2754. I22w  1980 Buick Riviera 61,000 kms,  good cond., $2200 OBO. 685-  8999. I23w  '82 Ford Escort, standrad, good  engine, 1 owner, $1000.885-7396.  M3w  1981 RX7, auto, loaded, exc.  cond, must see, $4300.885-3221.  ��22w  '79 AMC Concord, auto, good  tires, $700.666-7309.      M2cn  '78 Foid Fairmont, 6 cyl., aulo, 2  door, P/S, 89,000 km. Exc. cond.  686-7784. I22cn  79 10th Anniversary Trans Am.  403 tuito 350, (Mil kit, 323 posi, 4  whl disc, power everything. $4,000  firm. 885-3097. ss  1986 Dodge Diplomat, excellenl in  A out. 129,000 k's. $3,600 OBO.  885-7716 or 6850312.     M2cn  64 Honda Accord, sunroof, 5 sp,  new tires, some rust. Runs good.  $2,200 OBO. 685-4054.        ss  '87 Honda Civic 1500S. 147,000 66 Olds Cera Brougham, loaded  '^ Toyota 4 runner, 5 spd, 4 cyl.  km. Peppy, black, good cond.  plus disc player, $5795.886-7150.   '35,000 kms. Mint cond. Extras.  Mechanics delight! 1981 Mazda  626, immac. interior, good tires,  radial, $350.885-7216 alt. 5pm.  M2w  '81 Ford Mustang, blue, good  cond, $2000 OBO. 883-2557.  ���22w  1990 Suzuki Samurai, blue,  hard/soft top, low kms, $7000.  8856972 eves. M2w  63 Chevetle, 4 cyl, 4 dr, hatchback, auto, trade lor small travel  trailer. 8866039 alt. 5pm.  Mtw  1984 Mazda RX-7, 78,000 kms. 4  new Pirelli tires, sunrool, rotary  engine, rebuilt dutch, master cylinder, Iront speakers 4x9 infinities.  Reliable A strong $5,100. Call Joel  885-5166 TFNs  '85 Dodge Caravan 2.6I, 4 cyl,  auto, extra dean. 6669500 TFN  73 V.W. van. Good condition. ,979 c*Kjill,c --**-""�� -**�� ***  60,000 miles on new engine. inVe*1" '*** 8n0lne * "**���  Some rust. $2600 OBO. 885-3917. *�����***>��> * *���� Cal 886-  TFN, 8510 alter 6:00 pm. ss  1986 Ford Mercury 2 dr, 6 cyl, air  cond, exc. cond, low mileage,  $5000 OBO. 883-2512. SS  Good selection used tires, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  885-4004 ss  '77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond,  $900 OBO. 886-3648 SS  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 886-7376 SS  1973 Super Beetle. $2500 OBO.  883-9234. ss  1974 Oldsmobile. new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $900OBO. 885-1943. ss  1968 Ford Taurus, amta, Ac V6,  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $5995.  686-7520 or 886-2111. SS  1968 Honda Accord LX, 4 dr, 5 sp. 'M Pon,iac"�� �� 4 ��*, ��*  95,000 kms. PS/PB, cruise. ������� cond, $3995. 886-7150 or  $8,500,886-4536. Sf    88M213- ��  '81 VW Jetta 4 dr, 5 sp, sunrod,  $3500 OBO. 886-7969. SS  CEDAR SHAKES A LUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut. 885-2138  or 885-5601. TFN  GOOD HAY  $5.00/Bale Delivered  Straw $5.tnibale  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  Free Range Eggs  Call Between 1Mpm  8154357  TFN  Parker tHde 30.06,3x9 Bushndl  scope. Marlin 444s Winchester,  Queen size waterbed, Bentwood  rocker. 885-5487. ss  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  8844240  TFN  22. Hea-wy  Equipment  J.D. 401 tractor/loader 82 hp  diesel, 5,000 to fork on 60 in, bucket. $9,500.885-7692,       #22cn  Cat 955 track loader $9,000.886-  7727. ss  955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  needs some work, $3000 OBO.  886-2546.  $4,950 OBO. 886-3484.  '90 Ply. Sundance, 2 dr, auto, A/C,  low km, HB, immac, aqua.  $7,000,688-2736. Mtcn  76 Ford LTD 8 pass. Squire  wagon, 460 V8, 2 new studded  snows, clean, $575.885-4031.  Mtw  1986 Daytona Turbo Shelby Z,  loaded, very sharp looking. 84,000  kms, 5 speed, $10,000. Consider  partial trade. 886-7130.    Mtcn  '80 Chrysler, solid, reliable. $650  OBO. 886-0515. Moving, must  sdl. #2101  1961 Chev Citation 4 dr hatchback. Good cond. $900.6856401.  12101  1966 Pontiac 2 dr, red, 56,000  miles. Appraised at $5,000, sdl lor  $2,200 OBO. 685-9282.    Mtcn  1980 Acadian, rebuilt motor, lots d  new parts. $1,500 OBO. 885-0243.  ���21cn  74 Corolla, reliable, new tires,  looks good, $275.885-4719.#22w  87 Crown Victoria LTD, great  shape. Reliable car. $2400. Rob  886-9097. Mien  77 Ford LTD II, body great, runs,  $400 OBO.; 78 Cutlass wagon,  good tires, brakes, $300 OBO.  ss  1984 Escort; standard, needs  clutch to make mobile, engine in  very good cond, exc. for parts,  $400 OBO by end ol May. Call  886-2622. TFNs  '79 Volkswagen desd, $400; '78  Jimmy 4X4, $600; '66 Corvair  Monza, $1500 OBO. 6856077.  #21w  78 Toyota Cdica, 5 sp, sunrool,  new exhaust, runs well, $1300  060.886-4642. ss  1979 Olds Cutlass cruiser S/W,  $600 060, runs wdl. 885-5574.  ���2tw  '89 Ford F-F150 4x4 Super Cab  custom, 5L VB auto, tully loaded,  only 51,000 km, exc. cond,  $14,700. '89 Chev Cavalier R.S. 4  cyl. F.I. 5 spd. manual, only 71,000  km, eac. cond, $5200.886-2219  or vim 857 Poplar Lane.      ss  $11,500080.666-4664.  M3cn  1982 Toyota 4X4, new motor,  lires.box and many other new  parts, $4000.6854168.     ��23w  68 Chev 1/2 ton w/canopy, power  steering, power brakes, 305,  70,000 kms, exc. cond, $8600  OBO; 8 ft. camper with fridge,  stove, furnace, $1700. Call 7am-  9pm 883-2924 or 883-9552 weekends. M3w  Datsun 240Z body parts, rec. eng.;  79 Dodge 1/2 ton step-side with  canopy, boat rack, $1250. 886-  ~^_ �� 1980 Ford F150 custom, new Iront  end, brakes, windshield, dean A  CHEAPIFBIAJ.S. SEIZED strong. S2.150OBO.B83-9315.  ���89iVtercedes $200 ��23cn  66 VW $50         87 Mercedes. $100 '51 Chev M ,on P��*uP. 3* * ��-.  65 Mustang $50 exc. cond, W5O0.885-5675.��3w  Choose Irom thousands starting    ~ ~~ '  $50. FREE Information 24-hour '89 Ford club wagon, 15 passen-  Hotline. 801-379-2935 Copyright osr, 1 ton, XLT, all extras, great  ���BC010410. #27w cond, $14,000 OBO. 8860380.    TFN  1990 Honda CRXsi, black on      black, sunroof, 35,000 km, very 1988 F-150 Super Cab, standard,  clean inside A out, $10,000 OBO. $8200 OBO. 885-7043.     *_3n ���  886-7205 eves. ss 79Flxo-J/4ton4X4,400a.ln.4  sp, good cond, $3295 OBO. 886-  2111 days, 889-7520 eves. TFN  '83 Ford Ranger i canopy, exc.  cond, $2795 OBO. 866-3414.  M3w  1978 Chev 3/4 ton pick-up.  $2,500,835-0198. M3cn  61 Ford Van, 6 cyl, auto, S.W.B,  no rust, undercoated, seats 5.  $3,000,886-2206. SS  '63 Toyota Mojave LTD ED. 5  spd, sun roof, loaded, 70,000 ml.  Canopy. Excellent shape A running order. $5,000.886-2003.  M3cn  '87 Mazda 4x4, cab-plus, auto,  canopy, good cond. $8,200.886-  6444. I22cn  Must sell 1989 F250 4X4 Lariat  supercab,     lully     loaded.  Propane/gas, many extras, exc.  cond, $16,000 OBO. 885-7492.  I22w  1987 Buick Skyhawk LTD. Excellent condition, one woman owner,  non smoker, immaculate, sunroof,  AiWFM cassette, 67,000 km. Call  686-4908. $7000 OBO.     ITFN  1982 Cavelier, 4 sp, clean sdid  car, reliable transport $1000.885-  2948. ss  '85 Lada 5 sp, 105,000 kms.,  good 2nd vehicle, $500 OBO. 886-  4821. SS  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto, air,  power, white, exc. cond, 35,000  kms, $17,000.886-3623.       ss  VW F/G dune buggy, street legal,  lull top, mags, lots d new custom  parts. Exc. in A out. Runs exc.  Ready lor summer tun. Must sdl.  $2,900,865-7237. M3cn  75 Beetle, auto, 1600 cc, engine  rebuilt, luel inj., new battery,  $1400.886-9506. #23w  Classic 67 Chevelie. Mint cond,  newer battery, tires, head. Reliable  250. auto., Kenwood cassette  deck. Moving, must sell, $1100.  M3w  1979 Jeep Wagonaire 4 w/d, Miy 79 Ford stn. wagon, V6 auto,   7e Cherokee 4X4, runs great,  loaded, $2650. Can Pat 885-5591.   J000 ruM". <-��nd- S475. 886-   $65-,. ijo Ford van, 6 cyl, 4 sp,  #22w   9372. ss     reliable, $1900.886-4719. I22w  '85 Skoda, deluxe model, $900  OBO. 8863136 eves, or rv. mess.  M3w  1990 Chev Sprint. 2 dr, auto.  28,000 kms. Immac. cond. $5,200.  885-5012 eves. 12301  Why buy a Miata, when you can  have the real thing? 1974 TR6, 3  owners, 74,000 miles. Original  throughout. New dutch, new battery. $5,250. No offers. 685-0898.  M3cn  1976 Lincoln Continental, runs  wdl. $1,600 OBO. 885-0175.  #2301  1979 Chev Nova 6, auto. New  ties, etc. Good cond. Economical  81 reliable. 885-4706.       #23cn  '81 Plymouth Reliant stn. wagon.  $1,500.8868900. #23cn  '84 Vdvo GL wagon, auto, extra  child aeat, good cond. $7,200.  686-9444. ��22cn  1982 Mazda RX7, good cond,  new dutch, brakes, $3100.886-  8032. ss  Mirfi��9fi you  pay for 2 insertions  All classified* must be  pre-paid before insertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  In either the Monday ot Weekender  Edition. Up to 10 words; 25 tents  for each additional  Free: Lost, Found & Fret  Suro Soil Classifieds  $17 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 advartiter.  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Iditlon W��*k*nd*r  NOON FRIDAY NOON TUISDAY  Gibsons 886-2622 Sechelt 885*3930 Take Advantage of our Nexv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!   Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  1989 Jaep Comanche pickup 4x4,  4.0 L, 6 cyl, 65,000 kms. exc.  cond. Asking $10,000 OBO.  Canopy A box liner ind. 8856228.  ���22cn  1975 Dodge propane 4X4, crew  cab, completely rebuilt, $6500.  685-7518. ss  1979 Suzuki 4x4 $2,500 OBO.  685-9282. #2101  1979 F150 Club Cab, factory  canopy, Alberta truck. $1,200  060.665-9262. #21cn  '91 Jeep Cherokee Laredo, hunter  green. 4 dr, 4X4 plus extras,  25,000 kms, $16,000. Dave 886-  3678. ss  1988 Nissan 4X4 hardbody King-  cab, V6, 97 km, $6900 or consider  partial trade tor car. 866-7584. ss  1978 Bronco, new paint, rebuilt  motor, rear end, new gas tank,  spnngs, ball joints, carb, exhaust  and brakes. $5,400 OBO. 886-  7013.  Car ddly lor small and mid-size, Double Eagle 14 It, '89 Evinrude  comd. w/ligrttbar, near new, 1993 40 HP, '91 E? loader trailer, hardly  modd, $1950 firm. 883-2246.��21w   used, $3000.885-5372.     >22w  1979 23 ft Nomad Travd Trailer,  sdl contained, air cond. Nice unit.  $6,300. Tow vehicle avail. 866-  9774. #21cn  '79 Toyota Travel Home. 3-way  fridge, toilet, shower, stove with  oven, furnace, hot water healer.  Following is new - propane tank,  water lank, seat cover, spare  cover, dual batteries, regulator.  Dale's inspection avail. $3,000  080.6663033. Mien  32 ft. Holiday Rambler Presidential. Air, awnings, microwave, new  carpet, furnace, water pump,  $13,500 OBO 866-2646        ss  Trailer, 10ft. X 6ft. 110V/ 12V/  propane, good heater. $600. 885-  6070. #22oi  Travel trailer 13 It. enclosed toilet.  $1.850.8968487 ss  9' Galleon row-sailboat, tully  equipped, good cond. $500. 886-  7175. 7.5 hp Merc A gas tank, 30  hrs. $600.8867175.        #22cn  "19 FT LARSON" 1981 Mania  6,000 open bow 260 HP, 350  Chevy, new OMC outdrive, new  chuckwagon style canvas. Fresh  water conversion. Excellent cond.  Trailer induced. $8.000.883-9683  ���23oi  1966 21 It Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin, 6 cyl Mercruiser. 170  hrs on boat, lully equipped tor lishing. Over $30,000 new. asking  $15,500,885-2503. ss  14 tt Sangster w/40 hp Mercury,  comes w/trailer. spare prop, gas  tank, lish Under, good condilion.  Ask. $2.000.883-9978.     #22cn  KCHfirMlUK  SUIKTS LTD.  entail im mum*  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S  MA B.Y.C    a Marini  Surveyors and Consultants  1986 Ford F250 4X4. diesel.  supercab. $13,000 OBO. 665-  1949. ss  1987 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass, PS/PB, auto, tilt, Sony  stereo, new exhaust, asking  $5950.6867800. ss  ���80 GMC 3/4 ton, $2700; 73 Ford  3/4 ton, $1300, both in exc. cond.  886-7774 or 888-3027. ss  Big block Ford propane syslem  w/tank, $1000. 686-3005 6am-  5pm. TFN  '69 3 ton Chev, flatdeck. 5 ��� 2  tranny, new Iront tires, needs  inspection. $3250.686-3001. ss  Full size 1990 Dodge van, V6  auto, $8500.6868301 ss  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 885-5102. ss  RECYCLE  ss    P/U Camper. $600.885-3137.TFN  23 ft. Ford camper-bus, exc. run.,  new tires, $3000 OBO. 886-0081.  ss  11 ft. PU camper, clean, good  cond, many new addons, $2400.  886-3075. #22w  76 Travel Trailer, 28 It, fully  equipped, sleeps 4, $4200. 683-  9362. <22w  171/2 It. travel trailer, self-contained, sleeps 6, exc. cond, $2750  OBO. 6867043. #23w  24 ft. Vanguard Class C, sleeps 6,  good tires, 1984. well maintained,  70.000 kms, $19,500.9888157.  ���21cn  Holiday Rambler Travel Trailer,  29 It. rear bedroom, bath tub, good  cond, $9800. 885-2777 or 885-  7142. ��22w  MARINE PAINTS  886-8103  Gibsons P.irk PI  18' Nomad trailer, tandem axle,  ���tastirm w/sep. shower. H.W.T, 4  turner move, oven, lge tndge, furnace, grey A black, waler tanks,  sleeps six. $4.300.886-8445.  #23cn  1990 29 ft motor home Glendale  Stirling. Many extras. Low kms.  Mint cond. $39,500. 883-9418,  983-4392. I23cn  1990 dx. 24' motorhome A-1 conation. 9869025. ss  Older galvanized double aide trailer $750. 20 tip Evinrude, excel.'  cond. $575.886-2738.     #23cn  22' Reinell. 165 I/O complete. 883-  9588. #2101  12' glass boat and 4-1/2 Merc.  Best offer. 885-4708.       #23cn  19 tt Cutty 145 Volvo depth  sounder, bail tank, on trailer. As is  where is. $3,000 OBO. 885-9071.  #21cn  Older 18' Sangster hardtop on u-  built trailer. $2,100 OBO. 885-  3374. #22cn  Boal trailer suitable for 14 tt boat.  $200,886-7115 Mien  12 tt libreglass boat $500.6.5 Mercury motor $350.885-9266.  #2101  65 HP Evinrude remote control,  elec. start, runs, $500; 25 HP Mercury 83 model, brand new, never  used, $1500. 863-2990 art. 5pm.  ��21w  Aluminum boathouse in Langdale  area, 24x48 It., wired for 110  power, $6000 OBO. 469-3084.  ��21w  8 ft. wood Sabot style rowboal,  good cond, $250.885-9230.#21w  18 ft. Davidson sailboat, 6 HP  O/board, exc. family day sailer,  lines lead aft. $3295.8654797.  ��21w  '92 Nissan inflatable, slashed A  repaired. Used once, cost $2200,  sell $1000; beach wheels used  once, cost $165, sell $100; Coleman propane RV 3 burner with  oven, harvest god, like new, $200;  12' stainless diving knife, cost  $100, sell $25; Wanted: 2 burner  propane stove, 68 IL dinghy, 6 ft  box awning lor van, p ortapottie.  ��21w  Will trade restored 1974 TR-6,  value $12,000 for 24-26 ft. CB.  boat. Fred 8856065.        #21 w  7' Polaris 'Puppy* Inflatable Ten  der. split oars, seat, pump, 4 hp  Merc, 50 hrs, $1,500 OBO. 886  8400. #2lcn  14-1/2' Skagit libeiglass boal, 30  hp Mariner tilt trailer. Phone 885-  4066. #2lcn  24 tt. 'C licence, will sell to best  otter. 883-9555. #2lcn  Concrete floats, heavy duty 12  II.X48 tt. and 12 ft.X72 tt, loam  lilled connectable, pressure-treated wood, galvanized liftings. 883-  2637. ��26w  1986 KAC Kingfisher 16 tt. centre  console, 60 HP Evinrude, galv.  tral, $5800.886-7584. ss  6 HP Evinrude long shaft, $250;  1992 Mariner 75 HP, 5 yr. extended warranty, $7000. C.W. 171/2 ft.  Glaspap boat, 2 batteries, bait tank  A pump. 885-7478. #21 w  Bayliner 24' C/B, rebuilt engine, 4  hrs, new upholstery, UHF CB, 2  depth sounders, $12,900. 686-  7255. ss  22' Hydro Swift cabin cruiser, F/G,  350 chec. OMC Leg D.S. Rod  holders, trim tabs. Low hrs. Needs  little to be ready to go. $2500.885  3820 66 pm. Anytime weekends,  ss  18 It. Davidson sailboat, 4 sails, Hn  keel, 7.5 Honda, $3000 886-9224   S5  24' Reinell cabin cruiser, exc.  shape, $5200 OBO. 666-8101  between 8 - 5 or 686-8616 eves.  TFN  14 ft Crestliner, 50 hp Merc, 4.8  hp Merc, depth sounder, full canvas, etc. $3,000.6854195. #2301  12' aluminum boat with 7.5 Honda  good cond, or trade lor inflatable.  885-2044. :   #21w  Dinghy, 8 1/2 tt. aluminum. 886-  9741 aft.4 pm. #21w  18 ft. F/G Volvo I/O tandem axle  trailer, $3800.883-2297.       ss  23 tt. Sabrecratt 165 UO Meic, 20  aux. depth sounder, head, stove,  $9000 OBO. 885-3784. ss  24 ll.  Cabin  Cruiser, new  Mere motor and leg, head piopane  stove, sleeps 4. $5500.883-9253.  ss  Ranger 22, VHF 5 sails, very fast,  sleeps 4. Gary Mull design $42X.  866-3490, 1-977-7349 toll-tree  pager. ss  Coronado 15, trailer, similar to  Laser, nice sailboat $1800. 886-  3490, t-977-7349 toll-lree pager.  ss  Hobie Cat 16 sailboat, trailer, nice  boat, #$'700. 686-3490, 1-977-  7349 toll-lree pager. ss  12 tt. aluminum boat $600, 885-  7167. ss  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair seivice. 685-5278.   TFN  Good 12 tt. aluminum boat $600 or  Irade? 885-7167 ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SAU  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1991-1992  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 683-2456.    TFN  19 II. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhausl manifold, $3500.888-3457. ss  Totally renovated, spacious 1  bdrm. mobile. New 8X16 living rm.  addition, 6X12 storage shed.  Excellent ocean view, great summer home, Selma Vista Trailer  Park. $12,500 OBO. 865-9391 att.  Upthj #21w  2 bdrm. should be moved, Wilson  Creek RV Park, $10,900. 885-  0804 DM*  199014x70 mobile home, 2 bdrm,  2 bath, large yard, West Sechelt,  $49,000. 885-7125. #23w  New Park - Nanaimo area, Dlx.  Adult Community. Rents Irom  $235/mo. For details conlact 597-  332* TFN  $35,900 FP ��� New 2 bdrm. Iront  kilchen, loaded, 6 only. 597-3322.   TFN  14X70, $22,900. Must be moved.  597-3322. TFN  Three mobile homes for sale. 686  9581. #22cn  Rockland Wynd, southern exposure, some view, 2 bdrms, 2 bath,  living rm., dining, den. Bright  kitchen has lots of cupboards, separate eating area, skylights, 1550  sq. tt. plus woikshop. Low maintenance. 885-7505. ��23w  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent condition, very  dean, newly painted A renovated  leaturirt-^&jccQ .-ailing wittadar  beams in living room, white wans,  400 sq. ft. deck, fridge A stove  included, washer A dryer optional.  Excellent location, dose to ferry, in  Comeau Trailer Park #22,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 8668095. $39,900. Call to  view. TFNs  2 bdrm Rockland Wynd. New floor  covering, deck, elect, heat. 5  appl's. Util. shed. 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Book now and aave thousands on your new mobile or  modular home. Top dolar  given lor trades. Abo many  used units available wtti aa  little as $500 down. Noble  Homos (403)447-3414.  OVERSTOCKEDonuaedIA  wides. 6 to choose from,  starting at $11,000. Group  offers considered. Wholesalers welcome. Homes  Canada, Calgary (403)286-  2488.     ^^  REALESTATE  NEWHOMES-CMHCStand-  ards. From $55 aq.lt Qually  engineered modular homes.  Factory-built for your site.  2X6 wals. R40/R20 Insula-  ton. Stiowhomoe - Demac  Home Salea, Surrey.  (604)597-2181.  MOTEL A R.V. PARK FOR  SALE 20 Rooms, Manager's Suits, 40 R.V. Sites,  Washrooms, House, Store.  Grata $185,000. Prime lees-  ton Hwy 97 Quesnel B.C.  092-2256.  SERVICES  Major ICBC motor vehkxe Injury claims. Joel A. Wener,  ���rtaj lawyer for 24 years. Cal  tee: 1-600-666-1136. Contingency feea available.  Simon, Wener 6 Alter.  ORAL CHELATION Important Information if you have  Poor Circulation, Arthritle,  XBlood Pressure, Hard-  of tie Arteries, Shortness of Breath. Improve your  quoltyol.hel-800661-6633.  THAVEL  TIMESHARE RESALES and  rentals. Your Canadan oon-  necoonl Want to eat or buy  pre-enjoyed resort lime shaie  or campground membership?  Woridwtde Network! 1-800-  565-3916 or Calgary  (403)255-5650.  BUSINESS IN GIBSONS  WISHES TO RENT  COMMERCIAL OFFICE  SPACE IN SECHELT.  We require 600-1000-sq.ft.  Please write with inlormation  on cash/sq. It., length of lease  required, maintenance costs,  when available. Reply lo Box  390  c/o P.O. Box 460  Gibsons, B.C.  VON IVO  29   Wanted lo Ren  House or apt., 2 bdrm., for May A  June. Gibsons area. 886-2299.  #21w  Family seeks small rural home  w/studio. Lease prelerred, $350-  $460, starting July. 8860475.  '  ��24w  Responsible family of four requires  level entry 3 bdrm house for June  1.885-3810. I21cn  1978 Honda 400, good cond.,  spare bike lor parts $600 takes all.  886-7722 leave message. TFNs  '75 Suzuki 500 twin, good shape  plus complete parts bike. Besl  otter. 865-4708. ��23cn  '92 Suzuki DR350, street or dirt.  Mono shock blue A white with pink  factory graphics, like new, only  3,300 kms. $3,400 OBO. 886-3770  eves. #2lcn  '83 Honda XL 600R motorcycle,  good cond., $1500.883-2557.  ���22w  '91 Honda CR260. Many extras.  $3,000,686-4746. ss  1964 Yamaha YZ 125. Excel,  cond. $900.885-3374.     ��22cn  1983 - 80 cc Honda molorscooter,  $225060.885-7478.       #21 w  '84 Suzuki GS750 EF, blue on  white, $1500.865-7594.        SS  "86 Honda Aspencede, exc. cond.,  28720 km, sacrifice $4,500 firm.  866-9595. ss  1965 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  otters. 8866822. ss  Privale 3 bdrm waterlront cottage  with deep water moorage. Avail,  through July and/or August.  $795/month. 886-9600.     #22cn  Bachelor  Suites  BY MONTH OR WEEK  Gibsons. 3 bdrm bungalow, beautilul ocean view, w/w carpets, F/P, 4  appll's, large garage, extra parking. Avail. Immed. $B50Mi. 886-  8348 or 9386883. #22cn  Executive home, beautilul 4 bdim.  2 brick fireplaces, greenhouse,  recroom with wet bar and office.  IrtrJosor pool and hot tub. Spectacular view. 5 mln. Irom skytrain,  buses, shops snd schools, all within walking dislance. $2200/mo.  Refs. req. July 1.588-6538.#21cn  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  mks  REALTY LTD.  Don Sutherland  Waterfront, Grantham's  2 bdrm, lease pref. refs.  $650 incl. utilities  Waterfront, 2 bdrm.  older home  Franklin Rd., $850/mo.  2 Bdrm cottage  semi-waterfront  Bonniebrook  lease $750/mo.  Central Gibsons, I bdrm, freshly  painted A carpeted. Beautilul garden, view, very privale. $390 * util.  351 -0540 or 255-2044.     ��22cn  2 bdtm Mobile Home for rent. 886-  9591. #22cn  Two 1-bdrm apts. lower Gibsons.  Brighl A sunny. New kitchen A  bath. Laundry, very quiet A secure.  Close to amenities. $590-$850.  6863420. ��21cn  Davis Bay, large 1 bdrm. suile,  wood neat, yard suitable for 1 person, $47eVmo. avail, immed. 885-  4862. #2lw  Monthly, Weekly, Dally  886-3343  Still available. New self-contained  W/F guest house, premium quality,  5 appis., garage, builtin vac. etc.,  N/S, N/P,. 675/mo. all utils, refs.,  req. Mess. 885-7509.        ��22w  WATERFRONT  New 2 bedroom with large balcony  and 5 new appl., $825, lv. mess.  886-3013. ��23w  Three bedroom N/S Franklin Rd.,  Gibsons. House steps to swim-  ming beach. $750.929-9630,685-  7685 weekends. #23w  Downtown" Sechelt 3 bdmi.,1,172  baths, FP, 5 appis., $7757mo.,  rels. req. Call weekdays 9-5,885-  5831. #22w  Acccrnmodation lor one, bedroom,  kitchen, living room, comfortable  and private, Sechelt area, avail,  now, $450/mo. 885-4006.   #22w  Inlet View  Semi-Waterfront 2 bdrm  furnished guest house  near beech access. Daily,  Weekly, Monthly. No GST  885-4490  Need someone to take excellent  care of your home and property?  We are a professional coupis looking lor a large 4 bodrm home to  rent from July. We have two children A a nanny who accompany  us. We live a quiet lamily He A are  rvofl-smokers. We enjoy gardening  and will care for your property as if  it were our own. References, 886-  2963. Please leave a message.  ���22cn  Teacher w/family needs home in  Roberts Creek, Sept. 1-June 30 or  yr/rd. Refs. 885-3524 eves. #23w  Female senior, N/S, no pets,  seeks 1 or 2 bdrm. suite, Sechelt,  Gibsons. 885-5853 eves. 5 to 7  pm. <23w  Responsible couple w/dog seeks 2  bdrm. house. Gibsons to Secrel  Cove. Long term pref., $700 max.  886-4613 or 886-9525 June 1 or  15 #23w  Errvployed couple with small lamily  N/S, seeks 2 bdrm. house or apt.  Gibsons area, $650 max., tor June  15. Cat eves. 885-3140.    ��22w  Responsible couple want small 1  or 2 bdrm. house, Rbts. Ck.-Gib-  sons area, $400-$500/mo��� handy  with tools and willing to work in  exchange for reduced rent. Rels.  6866314. #22w  2-3 bdrm. home Sechell area lor  small lamily. Rels. available. 683-  2830, ask for Russ. #22w  In Garden Bay July 1st to July  31st. Preferably w/dock. 9253161  eves. 822-8640 days. 822-4781  Fax. <22cn  Family ol four seeking country  home lor summer mortis. Flexible  time, Gibsons - Roberts Creek.  Possible exchange lor Van. Jen-  cho Beach ares. Cat 736-2543.  #2101  1-2 bdrms. for working mother ol  one. Gibsons area. 8854270.  #21w  PLACE YOUR  COAST NEWS  OR WEEKENDER  CLASSIFIED AD  NOW!  Small 2 bdrm. duplex, $400; 3  bdrm. view Hopkins Ldg., $750.  Janice 432-9879. #22w  To share with single mom I 9-  year-old boy, beautiful 3 bdrm.  home, spacious, blight, W/F. Rent  $500 plus 1/2 utils. Avail. June 1.  6860329. #22w  3 bdrm. Gibsons rancher, 2 yrs.  old, close to schools and shopping, avail. June 1, $800. 524-  9422. #22w  2 bdim view home Selma Paik. 5  appl's. Rels. req'd. $800 p.month.  685-7168. #22cn  Selma Park, waterfront, small lurnished cabin with kitchenette,  shower, washer, dryer, electr.  heat, suit single, avail. Immed.  $450 p/mo.. 9369082 Coqutlam.  #23cn  Pnvate 3 bdrm watertront cottage  with dock. Earls Cove. $475  p/month. 8869600. #23cn  Avail, now, new 1 bdrm Gibsons.  View A deck. Suit single, no pets,  N/S. $550 incl. utils. Rels. 886-  9043. #2301  View bachelor suite, West Sechelt.  N/S, employed. $400. Rent reduction for yard work. 885-5307.#23cn  Shared accommodation, single  parent, male, boy 9. Have room in  laige funky house, big yard, near  beach. $400 share utilities. 686-  7358 #22cn  1 bdrm. suite with gourmet Wtchen,  walk-in closet, private yard, vary  dean, baeutfii view, W/D, storage  room, avail. May 1 or 15, $500.  Jasmine 936-5566. #22w  West Sechelt, newly renovated 1  bdrm. suite, F/S. Near store, laundry, bus, N/S, N/P, rels. req.  $530/mo. heat A water incl. Avail,  immed. 885-9610. #21w  2 bdrm. home avail. June 15 or  June 30. $550/mo. 866-7018.TFN  1 bdim., 5 appl., on acreage, $600  + utils. avail, immed. 886-7461.  ��23w  2 large modem duplexes In Gibsons, 3 bdrm., 6 appl., near  schools and shopping. N.P. rels.  req, $800-$825.885-9540. #23w  1 bdrm. furnished bachelor suite  near lerry. Fantastic view, balcony  utils. A cable incl. $500.8867394.  ���23w  Waleilront 1 bdrm. cabin, Robeits  Creek, lumished if required. Suit- .  able lor quiet single person, nonsmoking, rel. nee. $475.886-3646  for mess. Avail, now. Will rent by  Ihe week. #21cn  I bdim. trailer, lully fum. lor rent  June I.Doris985-3313.    ��23w  1 bdrm. suite with view in Lower  Gibsons. Suitable lor 1 person.  $450/mo. plus utils. 886-7286.  ���23w  One person lo share 3 bdrm.  house with view in Lower Gibsons.  N/S, no pets, W/D avail., $350/mo.  plus utls. Please reply in writing to  Box 1629, Gibsons, BC VON WO.  #23w  Available June 1, clean 1 bdrm.  view home, central Gibsons. N/S,  N/P, $550/mo. + utils. Call 266-  4321 or weekends 6867190.#23w  1 bdrm. suile, view, new paint,  across from Gibsons Marina. Avail.  now, $450.6864737.        #23w  For June A July, f bdrm. main  floor house, view, cable A hydro  ind, $50O/mo. No pets. 686-4855.  #23w  3 bdrm. lower floor, above ground,  Gibsons. Avail. July 1, $650/mo.  886-4668 or 960-2739.      #23w  Small trailer suitable for 1 adult.  Cedars Trailer Court. 885-3313.  ��23w  West Sechelt, 2 bdrm. w/view and  Iruil Irees. W/D, F/S, N/S, N/P.  $700/mo. 885-5991. #23w  Spacious 2 bdrm. main floor, view  home on acreage. Roberts Creek.  $625.8869600. (23w  Sett-contained bachelor suite near  ferry terminal. Exc. beach A view,  Avail. June 1, $425/mo. ind. elec.  886-2738. #21w  3 bdrm. view home, 3 appl.  Granthams. $750/mo. 8862473.  #21w  View suite, spacious 1 bdrm. adult  oriented, inclusive all utils, pool  access, ideal for commuter. June  1. $500.6866632 lv. men. #21w  Detached bach, suite, walk to  terry, view, W/D, summer pool,  $550 utils. ind, pet OK. 886-4613.  #21w  Large 3 bdrm. dixxex, lower Gibsons. Aval. June 1, $900.1-496-  0021. #21w  Avail. June 1.1/2 acre, view prop- Avail now, central Gibsons, 2 bdrm  erty, vary privale, 3 bdrms. house, ocean view, wak to Sunny-  Robeits Crk. Leek Rd. $800 OBO crest Mall. N/S, no pels. $750 ���  ��� 1*1986-9096. #22cn uH. 8862670 John G.      #21cn  * j ���  ^_^_m_*____Z Coast News, May 24, 1993  19  Take Advantage of our JVezv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Gibsons ��� housekeeping rooms  $250-5150 Arthur. 885-9659.    #21cn  2 bdrm Mobile Home at Erwin  Motel Trlr. Prk. 826 Hwy 101.  Avail. May 15. $475 8863331.    #21cn  1 bdrm. bright basement suile,  $350 plus utils, Gibsons. Arthur  885-9859. #21w  Newly renovated 3 bdrm. house.  Beautilul view ol Gibsons Harbour.  Fridge A stove. Avail. May 15.  $650.1-762-7226 collect.   #21w  Gibsons 1 bdrm. suile, $500/mo.  8856009. ��21w  Bright 2 bdrm. near Dougal Park,  newly renovaled, F/P, W/W, F/S,  covered parking, fruit trees,  stream, nice yard, $550 t ulils.  8868526. #21w  Wanted: 1 female to share tidy 3  bedroom with 2 males $225/mo.  Avail. May 15. Call after May 12.  8662799. #21cn  Brand new 2 bdrm suite with terrific view, Gibsons area, $650/mo.  incl. utils. Call 416689-4660 collect #2tcn  Avail. May 15. Hopkins w/l 3 bdrm  basement ste. Large living rm, fully  bath, own laundry rm. Great location, 8 min. walk to lerry. $750 incl.  util. 8866483. #21cn  3 bdrm home, Davis Bay, upper  duplex and view. $800 per month.  Available June 1 st or July 1 st. 885-  6096. #21cn  1 bdrm. suite, waterfront, balcony,  new carpel, painl, $375.883-9177.  #23cn  1 bdrm partially furnished view  apartment, Jolly Roger. Secrel  Cove.$550. winter, $650 summer.  CENTURY WEST REALTY  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  885-9093  TFN  Waterfront 1 bdrm apt. in Secret  Cove. NS, no pets, $450. Lv.  mess. 685-9368. TFN  Looking to rent a house or willing  to exchange my apartment house  located in Montreal for a house or  apartment located on the Sunshine  Cdastvbetween August 1-21. Ask  for Martin 885-7463.   '      TFN  House In Woodcreek Park, 2  storey, over 2300 sq. ft., dbl.  garage, lge. solar heated above-  ground swimming pool, many  extras, avail. July 1, lease pref.,  refs. req., $1000/mo. 964-7835  eves, 661-5279 days.       ��22w  32  Commercial  For Rent  LOWER GIBSONS  Office, light A heal incl. $175.886-  2568 or 736-4804. #22cn  1000-5000 sq. ft. central corner  location, Sechell. 732-9746. ��22w  For Renl - Seamount Industrial  Park, light industrial, seivice commercial, up to 2,000 sq ft, 10' ceiling, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq tt  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 866-2663 days, 886-9075  eves. TFN  Close to Gibsons. 30x50 It. woikshop, 2 bays, 91/4 ft. ceiling, mezzanine for storage. Great for small  business or hobby shop. $700/mo.  885-4490or451-1855.      #21w  Small olfice, rural Roberts Creek.  Perfect for counsellor, massage  practitioner, artist, writer, etc.,  $200/mo. plus utils. 865-0282 or  8856170. #21w  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall available. Wheelchair facilities. 865-  2752 or 885-9863. TFN  Industrial workshop avail, immed.,  Gibsons, 750 sq. It. unit, $475/mo.  9216751. TFN  Robeils Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  Experienced wood cutter to cut  firewood by the cord. Price negotiable. 683-9382. ��22w  Experienced electronics technician, TV's, VCR's, Camcorders,  phone Wayne 8862962 AC Electronics. #22w  tietireo pensioner requires pan  lime handyman lor house, yard  and boal maim. Secret Cove area,  $8 per hour. Apply Box "C", c/o  Coast News, Box 68, Sechell, BC  V0N3A0. #22w  P/T relief receptionist for busy  medical office. Good people skills,  computer experience an asset.  Resumes to Box 392, c/o Coast  News, Box 460, Gibsons, BC VON  IVO. #22w  For a Prolessional Resume in  lower Gibsons call CONFIDENTIAL 886-4740. #21cn  Assemblers: Excellent Income to  assemble products at home. Info  1-504-6461600 Dopt. BC-239.  #21*  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED - Scouts  Canada is now co-ed and is looking lor leaders tor the tall in all age  groups. Call to get involved. Do  you enjoy gardening and live in  Sechelt? The Arts Centre needs  you from May to Oct. to help care  for their gardens. A Spanish translator is needed to assist a woman  taking an upgrading course. Very  flexible hours until mid-June A site  manager is needed for a one-day  summer lestival in Sechelt.. For  these and more opportunities call  the Volunteer and Information  Centre at 6855861. TFN  The Sunshine Coast Ads Centre  requires Iwo students to woik Irom  June 26 to Sept. 3 (30 hrs. per  wk.) as assistants to the Manager  and Curator. Applicants must have  attended school lull time In 1993  and be planning to attend lull time  in 1994. Applications and  resumes must be received at the  Ads Centre no later than June 4.  For further Inlormation please call  885-5412. #21w  New concept in dining! Opening  soon! If you are an energetic individual we would like to talk to you!  Now accepting resumes lor all  stall positions lor a full service  restaurant. Please forward fo:  Desparado's, l/C/0 Wendy Lav-  ery, 5652 Dolphin St. Box 1583,  Sechelt, BC VON 3A0. Interviews  to be arranged by phone.   #23w  Permanent part-time required for  busy property management olfice.  Knowledge ol computers and  property management a must. Call  Marg at NRS Century West Realty  Ltd. 665-9093. TFN  COMMUTER WANTED  For daily delivery of papers to the  ferry. Please call Pat at 886-2622.  Thank you. TFNs  Upbeat ladies retail store looking  for part-time help. Must be lively  and sell-motivated. P.O. Box 566,  Gibsons. #21cn  ��  TOWN OF  GIBSONS  The Town ol Gibsons is now  accepting applications for a  'Pips-Layer' to be employed  with the Public Works  Department  This position is a union  position therafora salary and  conditions are in accordance  with the B.C.G.E.U. collective  agreement representing  employees of Local 1003.  The successful applicant must  have a minimum of three (3)  years pipe laying experience  with complete knowledge of  water and sewer system  installations, maintenance  and repairs. He/she must be  capable ol conducting water  mam and sewer main testing  as well as water and sludge  pump repair and maintenance.  A minimum of grade twelve  education is required as well  as a holder of a valid B.C.  Driver Licence Class 3, and  Air brake endorsement.  Applications must be  submitted to the undersigned  by 4:00 p.m. Friday, May 28th,  1993. at the Municipal Hall ���  474 South Fletcher Road,  P.O. Box 340, Gibsons, BC  V0N1V0.  Wilbert Fair  SUPERINTENDENT OF  PUBLIC WORKS  Local high profile resort A marina  requires personnel lor housekeeping duties. Interested applicants  please call Duncan Cove Resorts  883-2424. ask for Judy.    #23cn  Driver Class 4 for taxi service.  Contact Blue Wave Taxi. Cam.  885-2227. ��23cn  PAIDMOOELLINQ  ASSIGNMENT  We're looking for attractive girls,  19 or over, lo appear as Sunshine  Girls. Reply (ind. photo with return  address A phone number) to Box  0053, North Shore News, 1139  Lonsdale Ave., North Vancouver.  V7M2H4. #21cn  Experienced waitress. Please contact Wayne. 883-1145.     #22en  A national promotional advertising  co. seeking a representative one  day per week to maintain grocery  S drug stores in Gibsons A  Sechelt. Applicants must be self-  starting, reliable A highly organized. Hourly wage, gas  allowance, training provided.  Some storage space at home  required. Please call Louise Johnson at 1-800-661-3316, 9am -  12pm. Leave name, number A  best time to return call on voice  mailbox. ��21w  34. Help Wanled  Mature person with good organize-  tiol skills lo perform wide variety of  duties incl. office, customer service/sales and the handling of  petroleum products. Some computer knowledge an asset. Wages  negotiable with some benefits.  Perm, position, no weekends or  evenings. 24-40 hrs. weekly.  Please send resume to: Box D, c/o  Box 68, Coast News, Sechefl, BC.  VON SAO. #23w  The Whart Restaurant is one ol  the busiest hospitality outlets on  the Sunshine Coast. Presently we  require waitresses for both  evening and day work. The successful applicants must be mature  team players lhat can work with all  other staff in looking alter our  guests. A pleasant personality and  some experience are the essential  attributes. Applications, In writing  only, to: Theresa Lee, Bella  Beach, RR1, Sechelt, BC VON  3A0. #21w  Office assistance required approximately 12 hrs. per week, must  have a thorough working knowledge ol Word Perlect. Send  resume w/rels. to Box 371, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0. #21w  Assemble products at home. Variety ol work. Excellent pay. Call  amazing 24 hr. RECORDED message tor Iree details (604) 623-  2360 Exl A74. TFN  Assemble light products from  home. Excellent income. Call  amazing 24-hour RECORDED  message lor free delails. (604)  623-2380 Ext. ��A74 (not a direct  hirer). TFN  EASY ASSEMBLY any hours,  $339.84 week, lamily of 3 earns  $4417.92 monthl 24 hour hotline. 601-379-2985. Copyright  ���BC010452. #26cn  35. Business & B35. Business &  Home Services   I Home Services  Carpet A lino installations and  repairs. 885-0191. #22cn  Landscaping labour, lawn, berry,  hedge cutting. Man/men available,  casual or regular basis. Call 886-  3622. ��21cn  Spotted Owl Construction. Foundations, frame, finish, alterations.  Hourly, contract. Langdale to  Egmont and Islands. 865-3574.  ��21cn  Custom Sewing *  Alterations  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting, free estimates. References  available. 686-3463.        TFNs  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  f)X��  *, to* leather  For appointment  p/axja.colSaW-3175  HAVE MOWERS WILL TRAVEL  Too busy to keep the grass cut?  Reasonable ��� reliable - quality  work. Yes, I do windows, too! Call  Gail 885-0737 #21cn  Are You Wanting  Youk Business  ToProsper?  Strategic Business  Consulting  Available At  Reasonable Rates  Tel: 886-2596  WILLOW GARDEN SERVICE ^^^^^^^^^  Experienced ��� reasonable - rell- AC DC CARPENTRY  able. Lawns, hedges, beds, clean- Specializing in renovations. Quali-  up. Rob, 885-3232. #21cn ty, fair prices. Alss*3411.#21W  Sun Coast  Concrete  For all your concrete needs  Repairs are our specialty.  Grouting, Dry Pe*U����  From old looking  to new looking  885-4704  HOUSECLEANING  Honest, dependable and hard  working. 8850198. ��23cn  RECOVERY PAINTING  Interior, Exterior, and Industrial.  Responsible A Guaranteed. Call  Jim 8860243. #21w  Free Estimates  Firm Prices  Bruce Fraser  885-9576  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  E&E&  PHOTOGRAPHY LAB  CUSTOM  CokMJr&B/W  TUES-SATIO-5  BETTY DEMARCE  886-4586  287 Gower Pt.Rd,  Gibsons Landing  I'M YOUR HANDIMAN  Porches, Additions, Remodelling,  Solarium?, No job too small. Bill at  886-0380 or 24 hr. pager 1-977-  6502 TFN  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 883-  2978. TFN  MAID TO ORDER  For all your housekeeping needs,  give Bev a call. 8850908. <21w  DOORS  Exterior and interior, glass, brass,  etc. Fancy or plain, custom or factory, delivered or installed. Great  prices 8862844. #22w  UWN/BRUSH CUTTING  Lawn maintenance, power raking,  brush cutting, pressure washing,  turf laying, asphalt/concrete sealing, rototilling. hedge trimming,  rubbish removal, bucking wood,  window/gutter cleaning, carpet/  upholstery cleaning. 8650737.  ���22w  PAINTING  Interior. Exterior.  Residenlial A  Commercial. Small  jobs a specially,  .workmanship  and materials - estimates free|  _-_-_. 883-6340  WORD  PROCESSING  ��� Laser Printer ���  Coast OflteaServkci  Phone/Fax  885-6390  ^  Qualify Woodwork  Home Rtmodeillng, Finishing  We look at all |obs big or small.  For prompt, quality work at an  affordable price, call Art Oles-  brsclit 885-3372. #24w  If you wish lo have your furniture  repaired before summer holidays,  call MOPPE' Askola, over 30  years experience. Antique restorations. Difficult repairs A French  polishing. McCollough Rd., Wilson  Creek. 885-7434. ��22w  For all your house cleaning  needs,. We're honest and reliable  people.885-5774. #23cn  C.G. CLEANING SERVICES  Windows A construclion clean up.  Phone 685-7571. #23cn  Will's window washing, yard work,  Langdale to Garden Bay. 685-  7733. #23cn  Concrete - Specializing in driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, exposed  aggregate. 8868095.       TFNs  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded and reliable. 864-5324 or  8860436. TFN  LAWN AND GARDEN  Spedaliang in gardening and  lawn maintenance  -Pruning -Trimming -Fertilizing ���  Gaiden Clean-up  Commercial _ Residential  886-0160 lv. mess.  TFN  CONSTRUCTION  Custom Framing  ��� Stairs *"*--0(]{  ���W(x>dSiding^J  883-9775  6-9 pm  -1. Child C.ire  Landscaping labour, lawn, berry, Child care spaces available next to Start a Munii" boutique In your  hedge culling, window cleaning, Gibsons Elementary, flexible home. Earn 45% commission with  etc. Call 886-3822. #21oi    hours. 886-7375. #23w a $5000-510,000 investment.  " Financing arranged with no down-  S.M.S.  NET MENDING  All nets, large or small.  Call 885-7788. #20w  Hard working college student will  do odd jobs, wash windows. Mike  ��23w  Reliable mother will babysit in her Payments and low monthly pay-  Mason Rd. home. Refs. available, ments. 272-5334. #21cn  885-2323.                    #21cn  FOWUR  GENERAL  CONTRACTING  SITE MANAGEMENT  FORMING: FRAMING  RENOVATIONS: SUNDECKS  PLUMBING  EVES. 886-7309  EDEN ENVIRONMENTAL  DESIGN  "Now available lor consultalion on  the Sunshine Coast!" Your home,  your office, your yard. Create your  personal environment. Michael  686-4536 or 1-978-3344 (pager).  #91sv  Light hauling. Yard and basement  cleanups. Seniors discount. Norm.  6869503. ��22w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  mainlenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  6853917. TFNs  Complete Bobcat Seivices  Excavating - Backfilling  Retailing Walls-Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  Sunrooms, Skylights  * Solarium!  Het Tub Enclosures  Log Homes  �� Picnic Tables  DAVID m  CONSTRUCTION  a>S-44��0  Yard clean-up, general repairs,  light moving. 885-4066.     #21cn  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard cleanup, light moves, odd  jobs, quick, friendly service 885-  9694,3261811 cell. #22w   TFNs  RECOVERY PAINTING  Interior, Exterior, and Industrial.  Responsible A Guaranteed. Call  Jim 8860243. #21 w  Lawns cut, weed whacking, windows and gutter cleaning. Call  Rick 885-9699. #23w  Reliable woman available lor  houseeleaning, no less than 3  hours please. Good refs. 886-  8314 #23*  Couple with small truck,  weedeater, available for odd jobs.  8866314. #23w  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, firm rates,  Iree estimates, no job too small or  loo large. Bruce 885-9576.   TFN  Taper tor hire. 8864516   #23w  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets ��� Updoistery  POMRfUL TRUCK-  MOUNTED EQUIPMENT  BEST POSSBIf RESULTS  JUST ASK AROUND  886-3823  One ton truck for hire. Yard work,  clean windows, gutters and pressure washing. Reasonable rales.  6662108. #24w  Experienced driver class 3 w/air.  Needs work. 885-0190. Don.#23cn  Broken windows or tabletops? 12  yrs exp. in window repair, also mirror comer shelves and glass art.  886-3503. ��21cn  HOUSEKEEPER  Experienced, 36, mature, reliable,  European background, seeks live-  in arrangement in quality retirement home. Good rets. Sechelt  area, June 1. Kindly contact 1 -736  7592 dally between 9 am -12 pm.  Klcn  Looking lor responsible babysitter  part-time in our home. 8867997.  ��22w  Nanny required lor 4 year old  two 1 year olds. Starting Sept. in  my home in Roberts Creek.Refs.  please. Call 685-3707.      ��23w  Family dayhome (licensed eventually). First aid, T.L.C. Flexible  hours. Ref. 8864527.      #23cn  Sitter required weekends and shift  work, Halfmoon Bay, lor 3 boys.  6856250. #22w  Babysitter/Nanny needed lor 2  girls 2-1/2 yrs A 4 mos. 3 days per  week, my home. Refs. req'd. 886-  4821. #22cn  Experienced, reliable, caring sitter  needed Monday through "hursday  beginning June. Refs. please. 885-  8994. ��22cn  Childcare required lor two 5-yr.  olds, and a 2-yr. old. Part lime to  start, lull time through the summer.  Musl be reliable and flexible, refs.  req. 686-0916. #21w  LAND DISPOSITION  In land recording district of New Westminster, and  situated at Nelson Island, B.C.  Take notice that Tri-Water Aggregates Ltd., #101-  12151 Horseshoe Way, Richmond, B.C. is applying  for an extension of D.L. 3384 and D.L 3138.  Commencing at a P.P./R.P. at the N.W. comer of D.L.  3384. Group 1. N.W.D.: Thence 400 feet east to the  existing SW. comer of D.L. 3384, then following the  western boundary of D.L. 3384 north 500 feet to point  of commencement.  The purpose for which the disposition is required is for  scow loading ramp and scow moorage while loading.  Comments concerning this application, File. No.  0307643, may be made to Richard Webber at #401-  4603 Kingsway. Burnaby. B.C.. V5 H 4M4.  Nelson Island  New Westmister District Group 1  V--\<  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  A HUSQVARNA  FOREST A GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Forest A Gaiden  Dealerships  available for Sechelt  Call Dorhn at  Tideline Marine  885-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY  MINI STORAGE  LOCKERS  SECHELT GIBSONS  U LOCK INC.  Gibsons: 886-8460  Sechelt: 885-6422  7�� ttaa aay/ mind.  Om Site MemtftmetU  Small affordable franchise. House  sitting and pet caie service. Pre-  established clientele, flexible  hours. Call Sharon 885-2228.#22w  MINI  STORAGE  885-0333  INVITATION TO TENDER  Project No. 92-121  Road Construction  Sealed tenders are now being accepted by  The Corporation of the District of Sechelt for  the construction of approximately 90 meters  of 30' right of way; and upgrades to  approximately 90 meters of highway  frontage in Wilson Creek, Sechelt, B.C.  Tender Documents can be purchased  between the hours of 9:00 am and 2:00 pm,  Monday to Friday, for the sum of $50.00  plus 7% GST (non-refundable) from Sacre  Consultants located at 201-5688 Cowrie  Street, Sechelt, B.C.  Tenders close Tuesday, June 1, 1993, at  2:00 P.M. Sealed tenders can be delivered  or mailed to the offices of the Engineer J,  located at:  If Delivered  Philip Sacre Consultants Ltd.  201 -5688 Cowrie Street  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3AO  Phone:604-885-0192  Fax:    604-885-0193  lUiiiHd  Philip Sacre Consultants Ltd.  P.O. Box 1041  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3AO  Phone:604-885-0192  Fax:    604-885-0193  Inquiries should be directed to:  Mr. Chris .Sacre  Project Manager  Phone: 604-986-0663  Fax: 604-986-0525  The specifications for the project are based  on subdivision and control Bylaw 30, which  must be purchased separately from The  Corporation of the District of Sechelt, at  5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt, B.C.  YOU'LL MAKE  MONEY WITH  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Cn-Uini; ci ijnp on icsults can be as easy as pu.kirvi  up the  COA5I NEWS'  Iheie aie hundiccls ot  Put theit kind of power to work for you! Call u'> dt  886-2622 or 885-3930  We accept (2BJ or j~__~j, for your convenience 20  Coast News, May 24,  1993  news  PEP vows to improve search and rescue communications  by Roxanne Gregory  A palpable undercurrent of tension  pervaded last Thursday's Provincial  Emergency Plan meeting in Sechelt as  discussion turned to the handling of a  local emergency in which pilot Darrell  Symons lost his life.  Symons died in a plane crash 1,000  feet from the end of the Sechell airport  runway lasl monlh.  The wreckage of his plane was not  localed for 14 hours after the plane  went missing around 6 pm.  Sechell RCMP Staff Sgt. Cam Reid  defended the RCMP's decision not to  ask for a night ground search, when it  became obvious that the missing plane  had not returned to Vancouver around  8:30 pm.  Emergency coordinator Cuts training and information programs  "We didn't wanl to see volunteers  stumbling around the bush in the nighl.  We felt the safety of Ihe Search and  Rescue members was more important  than the need lo establish a ground  search when we didn't know where lo  begin.  "If there hadn't been an aerial search  in progress we would have asked for a  ground search," said Reid.  Local R.N. Shirley Zaytsoff, who is  with Rizar Aviation, owners of the  plane, suggested thai Ihe area around  the airport would have been a good  place to begin a ground search, as two  other planes had been in radio contact  with the pilot just prior to loss of radio  contact, and local people reported hearing a plane go down.  "Other places conduct night searches. You just don't leave a human being  out there," Zaytsoff said.  Reid said a lot of misinformation  about possible locations of the missing  plane and lack of communication  occurred with the coordinating agency  in Victoria.  An extensive water search was initiated in Victoria, which called out the  Coast Guard Auxiliary.  Local Coasl Guard officials conducted a night waler search crossing several  times between Sechelt and Nanaimo,  assisted by the aerial search and the  dropping of flares.  PEP coordinator Chris Caldwell  downplayed the problems, assuring  everyone that the next time an emergency occurs a new procedure would be in  place whereby better communications  between the three agencies and volunteers would be in place.  "We need to keep our own house in  order. We recognize wc can do better  and we will do better. Next time there  EXPANSION  We have a mountain of inventory  to relocate,.. hopefully in your home!"  YOU'RE GOING TO LOVE THESE PRICES'  UNO  ARMSTRONG  SHORT ROLLS UP TO 25' LONG  ��� CORLON ��� SANTA CRUZ  ��� SUFFIELD ��� TES5ERA  REG/.$25/SQ.YD.  CARPET  HARD WEARING  LEVEL LOOP  'SQ. FT.  CA$H & CARRY  ARMSTRONG  CAMBRAY  65!  ONLY  ' SQ. FT.  WHILE IT LA6TSI  LINO&  CARPET  HUGE NEW SELECTION  OF ROLL ENDS  FROM  *19��  SQ. FT.  ��� Ufatitne Wear Warranty  ��� 10 yr. Performance Warranty  ��� IS Day Satiifoction Guarantee  (If you're not happy with your  carpel for any reason, we wilt  change h for youi  IT'S THI MST GUAHANTtt WfVt     .  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Other cuts included additional emergency social service kits, improvements to  equipment storage facilities, and emergency personnel car identification kits.  Caldwell also cut his deputy and his  own training allowance.  He retains his salary.  Overall  housing  densities  toned  down since  first draft  from page 1  "Il's quite possible to have  an attractive and well functioning communily at that level with  enough (population) to pay for  recreation and olher service  needs." However, plan growth  projections indicate those numbers could be 20 years away,  and Stralis said lhat Ihe town's  inability lo service new development with waler and sewer  tends lo slow development.  "With the servicing capacity (in  place), we could be pretty much  fully developed in a few years."  The high density apartment  projections thai alarmed residents in the first draft have been  removed from the revised draft,  which earmarks undeveloped  residential lands with a more  general 'mixed housing' designation which could include single and multi-family housing.  Staff's concern about possible  objections to housing ideas in  the plan seems to revolve more  around the special low density  infill designation, which would  support duplexes or townhouses  on undeveloped lots in existing  single family neighbourhoods -  north of Hillcrest, between  North Fletcher and Highway  101, and in the Burns Road  area.  "We're looking at a slight  increase in density. The  floor/space ratio (relative lo lot  size) is not much bigger but  reflects the type of housing  demand we're getting," Stratis  said.  Gibsons' limited land base  also figures in rationale around  marine and shoreline uses, a  section of the plan which  includes a definition and limited  area for a 'working harbour'.  Stratis described the difficulties Ihe town foresees with  allowing marine business development outside the inner harbour area in terms of the land  configuration along the waterfront north of School Road.  Marine uses impact upland use  and the waterfront area is a narrow strip accessed by a major  highway - even wilh flexible  setbacks from the highway,  access and parking would be a  major problem, she said.  Those problems, however,  would also flow from multi-  family residential land-use the  plan envisages for thai area.  Stratis said the site deficiencies  would likely mean lhat densities  would be lower and underground parking would be  required.  "Exempting people or lowering parking standards doesn't  work."  Meanwhile, the ALR designations are a striking change  from Ihe previous draft, which  proposed retaining the limited  agricultural land.  The revised plan proposes  removing ALR lands east of  Payne road from lhe reserve to  support commercial development in upper Gibsons.  The OCP open houses will  operate from 2 pm lo 5 pm and  7 pm to 9 pm bolh days.  ���

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