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Array Partiamt*"^ v|,v \\*  Victori*. �����"-  COAST  NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  l 5 H E--0    19 4 5  May 2 5, 1992      Volume 46     Issue 21  Water quality stressed in Lakes study  auamteja  Drinking water quality in  several of Pender Harbour's  watershed lakes is in jeopardy  due to increasing development,  nearby logging operations and  growing recreational usage, says  a regional district report from  the Area A lakes study.  Bul a least several of the recommendations on how to Fix it  aren't likely lo be popular.  Among other measures, the  report recommends prohibiting  currently allowed light industry  in R3 zones around the lakes,  increasing minimum lot sizes,  and discouraging single residential homes in favour of "clustered" housing developments.  Such  developments, .the  Residents  propose  Boulevard  solutions  A delegation of Sechelt residents who live near Ocean  Avenue between Teredo Street  and the Boulevard have presented council with a long list of  proposals which they would like  to see implemented as a solution to the traffic, noise and dust  which they say is causing a disturbance in the area.  they complained about the  noise of late-night beach parties, fish-tailing cars and litter.  To alleviate the problems,  residents suggest placing  divider curbs on the notth end  of Ocean to prevent speeding by  motorists and closing the south  end of Ocean entirely to vehicle  traffic.  They would also like lo see  die Boulevard closed to vehicles  and want lo have tighter anti-litter laws rigidly enforced.  They want more frequent  police patrols. Sechelt Staff-Sgt.  Cameron Reid, who wi-s present  at the meeting, suggested that  residents cooperate wilh police  by reporting all incidents.  "We're urging people to do  this," he said. "We need it. We  will give instructions on how to  make proper reports."  Not all of the residents on  the waterfront are in agreement  with the proposals.  In a letter to council, Larry  Grafton says he is "not concerned aboul a situation which  is nothing more than a police  problem" and urges aldermen  "to be very careful about closing off a public road paid for  and maintained by taxpayers'  money."  Cluster housing pushed over single residential development  report argues, will lessen environmental impact on the lakes  by providing communal access  lo the shoreline and lowering  the number of individual septic  fields in ihe watershed area.  Describing Hotel Lake as "an  excellent example of the excessive environmental destruction  caused by strip development  along the shorelines," the report  continues, "It could be argued  that strata title cluster developments are not compatible with  (he rural character of the area.  This may have been true when  development pressures were  light in the past, but it will not  hold for the future. This is nothing rural aboul a lake ringed by  housing."  Bul while single residential  homes are frowned on, other  commercial uses such as campgrounds, restaurants, rest homes  and lodges should not present a  problem, says' the report,  because of their generally higher  quality of waste management  systems.  Cy O'Leary, alternate director for Area A, said he understood the reasons for the  report's recommendations, but  doubled they would be popular  wilh the people of Pender Harbour.  "I don't think they're going  to react very positively to it,"  said O'Leary. "On the surface it  seems like such a logical idea,  but with the type of people who  live up here now, I don't think it  will go over very well."  The lakes study may also  have an impact on a further public hearing and directors vote on  the regional district's controversial land use plan for Pender  Harbour, Bylaw 337, said  O'Leary.  Among the changes proposed  under the bylaw is the limiting  of many uses currently allowed  under R3 zoning.  The lakes study, conducted  for the regional district by the  Westland Resource Group for  $25,000, was intended to  address effects of possible  "development pressure" on  water quality for Area A, and io  be used as a basis for future land  use planning. Ten lakes were  included in the study. Of these,  Garden Bay, Hotel, McNeil  (Haslam) and Waugh lakes are  primary waler sources for the  Cy O'Leary  region, while other lakes provide secondary water supplies  and recreational uses.  Among the lakes facing most  severe threats lo water quality  are Garden Bay, Hotel, Saki-  naw, Ruby and Paq (Lily) lakes,  due lo a combination of human  turn to page 2  Women in Trades  to forge ahead,  funds expected  by Nancy Moot*  The coordinators of Women  in Trades intend to run their  training program privately next  year, rather than operating  through the school district's-  continuing education program  as they have for the past two  years.  Marilyn Magas  and Judle Myers .73,^ community  said emphatically  Members of Molly's Market co-op strike a pose in their old fashion clothes during Landing Days,  May 16 and 17 - a weekend of treasure hunting and children's events sponsored by the Gibsons  Landing Merchants' Association. The attire reflected the mood in Heritage Week, May 17 through  24. See story page 13. Joel Johnstone photo  thai the program  has not been cancelled.  The Coast News  reported last Mon-     day that Women in  Trades was being cancelled by  continuing education due to a  shortage of trainers. In fact,  Magas said, there has never  been a shortage of instructors or  of interested employers.  "The opposite is true," she  said. "There are well qualified  professional tradespeople and  businesses offering their services."  Women in Trades is federally  funded through Canadian Job  Strategies. Magas and Myers  expect their funding for next  year to be approved within a  few weeks.  Assuming    funding     is  has been  incredibly  supportive'  will be essentially unchanged,  since continuing education had  provided only administrative  support.  This is the only nine-motith-  long Women in Trades program  in Canada, Myers said. Most  other programs run only 21  weeks, but now she's getting      calls from people  who want to start  longer training  programs modelled on the one in  Gibsons.  Myers said the  program has a lot  ^^^^^^ to contribute io  (he community. "We did renovations lo (he teen centre in Gibsons, and we also built a playhouse for the kids at the transition house.  "This community has been  incredibly supportive with this  program," she said. "We've  received nothing but positive  feedback."  Magas said their decision to  go il alone was a practical one,  partly spurred by the fact that  the continuing education office  is in Sechelt while the Women  in Trades shop is in Gibsons.  "We can operate Ihe program  more easily from a private train-  approved, next year's program      ing institute," she said.  Tetrahedron report  resurrected by SCRD  by Jan* Seyd  An early Ministry of Forests  report on the Chapman Creek  watershed, conducted in the  1970s, may have an important  role to play in Ihe future of the  Tetrahedron, now that it's been  given a closer look by regional  districl directors.  According to director Jeremy  Frithowho represents the regional district on the local resource  use planning committee for the  Tetrahedron, the report produced between 1974 and 1977  clearly established watershed  protection as the most important  use of land on areas effecting  the Chapman Creek water supply.  Frith added the recommendations of the early report also  removed areas of the Tetrahedron from the working forest.  But at some time since then,  the land was pul back in to the  cutblock areas of Jackson Bros,  and Interfor, without consent  from the regional district.  Now directors say they want  to find out how that happened,  and if the recommendations of  the old report still stand.  "What we're talking about is  something that was settled 20  years ago," said director Jim  Gurney. "In re-checking our  cards we find that we have a  very high hand."  Gurney added there is no  major job benefit if the area is  logged, while threats to watershed protection are substantial.  "All of the information gathered  has said it's stupid to log the  Tetrahedron," he commented.  Other directors hinted that  larger political forces may be  involved in the local issue, since  the area was taken oul of working forest while the NDP were  last in power, and re-inserted  after the Social Credit government was voted back. That may  mean there is a better chance of  preservation under the current  New Democrat administration,  they added.  According to Harry Almond,  who also sits on the LRUP, the  original report was conducted  by the forests ministry in  response to concerns of the  regional district that unstable  logging roads in the Chapman  Valley were having a detrimental effect on water quality. Logging was to be halted, at least  until road improvemenls were  made by the logging company,  said Almond, "but obviously,  the recommendation about  roads being stabilized was acted  upon only recently."  Sechelt preparing to host  Indonesia/Canada forum  by Nancy Moott  An international conference on developing  grassroots connections between Canada and  Indonesia is coming to the Sunshine Coast nexl  month, hosted by the Sechell Indian Band.  The leaders of the Indonesia Canada Forum  will meel in Sechelt during the weekend of June  12 to decide their priorities for next year. Aboul  SO people will attend, including the steering committees from bolh Canada and Indonesia, as well  as representatives from 30 community based  organizations across Canada.  Carol Nielsen, the logistics coordinator for the  conference, said 1CF aims to explore possible  link ups between community based groups in  Canada and Indonesia, and to increase understanding of both countries. "The theme for the  whole event is working on common ground, not  only to learn from each other, bul to link with  each other."  ICF chose the Sechell site partly for its beautiful location, but more importantly to provide  exposure to a First Nation. "There's a lot of  interest on the part of Indonesians to find out  what's happening with First Nations people [in  Canada]," she said.  Nielsen has worked with the Sechelt Indian  Band in the past, and asked them to host the conference. She was in town Thursday to discuss  conference details with Ben Pierre, programs and  services coordinator for the Sechelt Band.  Pierre, who will be master of ceremonies for  the conference, sees the conference as an opportunity for cultural exchange. He is organizing a  cultural evening of native dancers, singer, and  Carol Nielsen and Ben Pierre  drummers, which may include some local talent.  Band council member Theresa Jeffries will  speak, and the young members of the Mystic  Spirit Canoe Club will cater a traditional salmon  barbecue. While they raise money for Iheir club,  the young people will also have a chance to leam  responsibility and meet new people, Pierre said.  ICF has been growing informally for over five  years, Nielsen said, bringing Indonesians to  Canada on field nips and holding a conference on  community based economic development in Solo,  Indonesia in 1988. This year, ICF has been funded by the Canadian International Development  Agency and is poised to expand ils activities.  "We're setting our direction," Nielsen said. "This  is really a chance for us to see more Canadian  organizations involved."  The conference runs from June 10 lo 15. Some  of the meetings will be held in Vancouver, but  ICF will use the Sechelt Indian Band cultural  centre and the lecture room in the Capilano College student lounge for the main events. 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Buy Uikt. one ot tin prima- walei vaunt-* fur itreta A  It's tbe sqeaky wheel approach that nets  things done, but it's not good planning  Cy O'Leary  wen* both distinctly lacking No  scientific mformaliori on povsi  hie metal or organic chemical  contamination of lakes was  available  There were also no scientific  tests of phosphorus level' in the  lakes - usually regarded as  essential for assessing overall  water quality  O'Leary said Ihe lack of solid  information was of some concern, given the report's recommendations  "It's extrapolation It s based  on other sources I don I see that  of the water itself a great studs  was done ' he said "Bui how  much can you expect for  S25.00O'r'  He said the lack of data  points out the need fur better  monitoring of water quality in  Pender Harbour  "With a lot of the lakes here  what happens seems to be  dependent on how hard the pet.  pie who have an interest in the  Pender dump closure  decision postponed  A final decision on closing of  the present Fender Harbour  landfill will be postponed until  the end of July to allow a feasi-  mh's study on alternate dump  sites in the area to be completed  The studs - which will deter  mine whether other suitable  landfill sues exist in Area A  will be done by a company chr>  sen by Ihe area planning com  mittee at a cost of $2,000  "The possibility exists that  there is no alternate site.' said  Cy O'Leary. alternate regional  director for Area A. "but if we  don't go through this process.  the people of Pender Harbour  will feel railroaded "  Most recently, a second set  of tests on runoff from the exist  ing landfill showed identical  results to those taken at the  dumpsile in January Samples  conducted April 27 and ana  lyzed by Zenon Laboratories  indicate leaehate from the land  fill is affecting water downstream  According to a letter from  the environment ministry dated  May 19. a leaehate collection  system must be put in place by  the regional district as soon as  possible  The letter also raises the  issue of restricted access to the  site as a term of continued  operation  A detailed closure plan for  the current site must be submitted to the ministry by the  regional district b> December  1992. with final closing io lake  place one year later, in December 199.V '  vrqet oUh &Cots  THE GIFT GIVING SOLUTION  ��� Reminder Services  ��� Gift Shopping, Wrapping. & Mailing  Greeting Cards ��� Invitations ��� Letters  886-9087  Carol Bishop  Joaw Sraatpnmr  lakes fight' he said "It J   the  squeaky wheel approtcfe    that  gels Ihings done  but i* ���  good planning  An open house or. trie impii  cations of the Area A -<>-  study will be held on the  evening of July 1 ? at Maaeira  Park commumry ball Resident'  can get a copy of the itudy  before thai from the regional  district offices  Meanwhile another pnblic  hearing on the reiaied issue at  the amended land use Bvlaw  337 will be held June 10 7 prr  at the Madeira Pari communrs  hall  Student  efforts  rewarded  Six students from Sechelt  (Elementary School were  lawarded prizes by Sechelt  jcouncil for their posters and  Ipoems celebrating Government  .Awareness Week  Grade 4 stcierrt Jacqueline  Johnson won first prize for her  poster and now goes on to com  pete agamsi students from the  Irest of B C and a possible win  which could take her to the  next Lnion of BC Municipali  ities consenuon in Vemon  Taking firsl and second,  ifilaces for their posters were  jCai11in Roberts and Nicole  jLizee Amanda Russell. Melis  sa Demeter and Laura Mewhonj  won with their poems, which;  expressed their personal per  cepnons of municipal gosem  ment of their home town of  Sechelt  Mayor Nancy MacLarty.  who spoke to the students  about local government dunnf  Government Awareness Week,  said that Gibsons Elementars  was the only school which  entered the contest  "The kids were great." she  commented. "Thes asked all  sorts of interesting questions  A" Better Bobcat Service  ���EXCAVATING  ���BACKFILLING  Selective  A Low Impact  Clearing a Specialty  ���LAND  CLEARING  ���DEMOLITION  ���ROCK WALLS  ���SITE PREPARATION  Sand,  Gravel,  & Topsoil  Single or  Tandem Axle Dumptrucks  Available  '>.'&-���  . -..  CALL  24 HOURS  886-8538     ,,0x1221  220-8767    gibsons, bc Coast News, May 25, 1992  news  School board policy treats AIDS  as medical, not morality issue  ai Nancy Moote  After almost four years of  research and consultation, Ihe  school board is poised lo  approve an AIDS policy which  would treat an HIV infected  teacher or sludent like anyone  else wilh a medical problem.  Shawn Cardinal, a school  board trustee and chair of Ihe  board's policy committee, said  an important goal of Ihe policy  is to educate people about the  issue. "We wanted to ensure  lhal Ihere was no discrimination against any people with  AIDS," she said. "It's a heallh  issue, not a morality issue."  According lo the policy, an  HIV infected student or school  employee would not be automatically excluded from  school. Instead, each case  would be evaluated individually by the person's doctor and  the school medical officer.  Because many people are  unaware of their HIV infection,  Ihe blood and body fluids of all  people would be treated as if it  were infected. Human blood  and tissue would not be used in  science classes, and staff would  use gloves and disinfectants  when cleaning up blood.  The policy is "98 per cent"  complete, Cardinal said. The  board is now waiting for com  ments from ils acting medical  officer, Dr. Brian Emerson, on  technical details such as how lo  dispose of blood-soiled articles  and ihe procedure for consulting with private doctors.  In addition, they want  advice on whether to extend the  AIDS prevention policy to  include the hepatitis B virus,  which is transmitted by blood  and body fluids in much Ihe  same way as ihe HIV virus.  The board musl also decide  exactly who needs to know if a  student has AIDS or an HIV  infection.  In January, the policy com  miltee circulated a draft of the  new policy to school staff and  parents' groups. The response  was generally positive, Cardinal said, but some people were  concerned thai AIDS education  was not mentioned as pari of  Ihe prevention program. The  policy committee is now revising it lo include awareness programs for parents and sludenis.  Colleen Elson, the school  district's director of programs,  says the school district started  leaching children aboul AIDS  several years ago, as part of its  family life program in grades 7  through 12. "You'd probably  call it a sex education class, but  it does zero in on AIDS," she  Shawn Cardinal  said.  As part of the program, people wiih AIDS come to the high  schools to talk lo students about  the disease. The high school  sludenis can also view an interactive video on AIDS, which is  available in the counsellor's  office. The video is popular  wilh students, Elson said, but a  few parents have been upset by  its frankness.  Next year, a new program  called Learning for Living will  replace the Family Life course.  Learning for living, which  starts in kindergarten, covers  topics such as career choices,  drug and alcohol abuse, and  nutrition as well as sex education. Children will learn the  correct names for their body  parts as early as kindergarten,  and the use of condoms for safe  sex will first be discussed in  grade 6 or 7, Elson said.  Diane Read, nursing administrator for the Coast Garibaldi  Health Unit, said Ihere are nine  known people with AIDS and  13 more who are HIV positive  in the whole heallh unit, which  extends from Powell River to  Pemberton. She emphasized  thai Ihere are certainly many  more HIV positive people on  the Coast who have never been  tested for the virus.  TOWN Of CWSONS  Notice of Temporary  WATER SHUT-DOWN  Zone III  Water shut-down for all of Zone III users will take place  from 9:00 A.U. TO 12:00 NOON ON WED., MAY 27,  1992.  This includes all users from Highway 101 north to Reed  Road, and Henry Road users east to North Road including  Creekside and Mountainview Areas. Also part ol the  Cedars Inn and the Twilight Theatre will be affected.  The reason lor the shut-down is to initiate major water tie-  in with the Sunshine Coast Regional District. Fire  Department has been notified.  Wilbert Fair  DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS  TOWN OF G��SONS  SUMMER STUDENT  POSITION  The Town of Gibsons is now accepting applications tor a  summer student position to be employed with the Parks  Department.  Only one position is available and the student must be  presently attending a college and/ or university and  continuing his/ her secondary education.  Working hours will be 7.5 hours per day Friday through to  Tuesday with Wednesday and Thursday off.  Applications should be submitted to the undersigned  BY 4:30 P.M FRIDAY, MAY 29,1992.  Wilbert Fair  Superintendent of Public Works  Town of Gibsons  P.O. Box 340, Gibsons, B.C.  VON 1V0.  sechelt council notes  Sechelt council has given  first reading to two zoning  amendment bylaws and an  O.C.P. amendment bylaw.  The amended bylaws would  see 12 lots on the north side of  Cowrie Street between Ocean  and Trail Avenues changed  from R-l to C-2 and seven lots  on die west side of Wharf Road  between Porpoise Road and Trident Avenue changed from R-2  to R-4.  Twelve lots on Wharf Road  near Ihe Sechelt Legion are lo  be designated as Development  Permit Area Number 7.  The bylaws will go lo public  hearing al a lime lo be  announced litter.  "WE'LL KEEP YOU COOL THIS SUMMER"  BAIT AND BLOWN  ENVU..ONMENTALLY FRIENDLY  CELLULOSE  MAZOTLAN  O 886^8741  Construction boom  Building permits for new  construction in Sechell in the  first four months of Ihis year  have nearly doubled compared  to the same period of time last  year.  Al the end of April 1991 Ihe  value of new building in the  town totalled nearly $3,872,000.  By the end of April of this year  the total value of new construction amounted to $6,590,678.  RCMP contract  Aldermen approved a 20-  year contract with the RCMP to  provide an eight-member police  force for Sechelt. A provincial  grant will cover Ihe costs of Ihe  firsl year and the Districl has  agreed lo provide a suitable  building within four years.  Salmon enhancement  Community groups may get  involved in salmon enhancement for Ihe streams in Iheir  area if a suggestion brought lo  the Environment Committee  bears fruit.  Committee chairman Peggy  Wagner told Council technical  assistance would be available  from the Department of Fisheries and Oceans.  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A resolute Brian Mulroney, jut jaw at its most determined  angle, waxed fiery and eloquent on the need for getting  governmenl spending under control.  ll was the message thai the majority wanted to near  and, spurred on by former Prime Minister Trudeau's massive and cynical patronage list, pul into effect by Prime  Minister Turner, the Tories swept into majority government where Ihey have been ever since.  Bul look where we are now.  Finance Minister Don Mazankowski has told us that he  may not be able to lo hold the growth in Ihe national  deficit Ihis year down to the $31 billion he prophesied in  mid year alter earlier predicting lhal the budget would  only grow by $27 billion. Now, with one monlh to go in  the federal fiscal year the deficit has grown already to $33  billion and il would require a $2 billion surplus to reach  Mazankowski's revised figure.  It is unlikely to happen but if it ever did no doubt Ihere  would be greal triumphant blowing of trumpets and much  self congratulation from the government.  But, for heaven's sake, we are talking about making  marginal reductions in the astronomical rate at which an  enormous deficit is growing year after year. And this was  Ihe government elected eight years ago not to reduce the  rate of deficit growth but to eliminate the deficit.  What has it done in the mean time, this deficit of ours?  Has it doubled or tripled or quadrupled? Why isn't Ihe  opposition crying out what the overall growth is? Why is  all of the emphasis on ihe marginal shaving in the annual  growth of an unmanageable debt?  Bear in mind that this particular debt growth of somewhere around $33 or $34 billion has laken place in a year  which saw the major tax cow of the GST implemented.  We are being taxed as never before and are going ind debt  as fast as ever. Where can it all end?  And the Alice Through the Looking Glass quality can  be properly appreciated as we see another Finance Minister with a grim and unequivocal set to his jaw insisting  that we might yet achieve the success of having our debt  grow by only $31 billion, though no one believes him.  How could they.  The sad part about all Ihis is that none of the opposition parties has any credibility. The Liberals spent their  way into this mess in the first place and the NDP just carries no conviction as a parly who can undertake Ihe radical modifications which would be required to reverse the  direction or drift we have seen for more than a decade  now, whichever government has been in power.  So our politicians continue to talk arrant nonsense and  continue to seek to retain or gain power in the blind hope  that some force outside themselves will make us rich  again.  And we, God help us, are soon going to be asked to  choose again between the competing masters of double  talk in the fantasy world of Canadian finance.  The views of an old  logger  These are Ihe views of an old  logger who in his time might  have been called an environmentalist, who has lived his life in the  timber industry and the related  spin-off industries. I love Ihe outdoors and all of the activities  such as hunting, fishing, photography and I respect nature.  I am very concerned about the  wildlife and all living things. I  put my money where my_ mouth  is and try to help our experts preserve our natural heritage to a  sensible degree. There has to be  some common sense injected into  the use of our natural resources.  The alternative is the way of  the buffalo, the greal auk, contaminated rivers, etc. We as  humans exist because of the combination .of the proper elements,  as does all life. This combination  is very delicate. Think about it.  PHIL NICHOLSQN  Sechelt  Comfort and caring  at Shorncliffe  Having been a resident in  Shorncliffe for a number of  months I am asked numerous  times "How I liked living in  Shorncliffe." I always say "I like  it," bul what is good for one  might be the opposite for others  depending on their altitude to  life.  I spent over four years in the  forces and a number of years off  and on living in construction  camps so I became climalized lo  institutional living. To others  who are used to being their own  boss and giving orders re meals  elc they might find it a bit irksome at first.  "Shorncliffe is an institution  for those not capable of looking  after themselves, bul mobile  enough to get around. As we  used to say in the forces "the  walking wounded."  The staff here are most amazing, ihey seem to have an unlim  ited amount of patience and good  humour. 1 have never yet heard a  cross word or a harsh order, all  Ihe staff seem lo have a dedication to helping llie elderly,  always ready to pul iheir arms  around anyone who has a problem and comfort them.  LLOYD FRASER  Sechelt  Utopian visions  Some weird, Utopian, radical  ideas for Upper Gibsons:  ���Sidewalks and trees;  ���Landscaping around every  building   .  ���Parking behind buildings, not  in front;  ���Hand-painted or carved signs  only (floodlit at nighl);  ���A public park right on the  'strip'!'  ���Fountains, sculpture, murals,  and art!;  ���Harmonious architecture,  materials, and colours;  ���How about a steetcar system  tiring in with new cluster/density  developments?;  ���Bicycle and pedestrian paths.  Wild and crazy daydreams?  Better than the asphalt nightmare  we've got. Call someone if  you're a dreamer loo. Imagine  that!  GRAHAM WALKER  Gibsons, B.C.  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 68  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  Danielle Hazelton  'doing great'  Some time ago I believe you  ran an article aboul our eight-  year-old daughter, Danielle.  We're from Sechelt and  Danielle was sent to Toronto  for a liver transplant.  I am writing to let you know  Danielle is doing great. The  operation was a success,  although she did have two subsequent operations to stop  bleeding. She was transplanted  on March 16 and released from  hospital April 12.  We've rented an apartment  here and still report to hospital  twice a week for tests. The doctors are pleased with her recovery, so if they're happy, we're  happy.  I'm also hoping you will  send out a 'Thank You' from  our whole family to the  thoughtful people of the Sunshine Coast for their generous  support and prayers.  We can't wail to get out of  Toronto and back lo beautiful  Sechelt - probably in mid-July.  GUY HAZELTON  The path from a colonial past to a colonial future?  There were a couple of things that I learned  quickly when 1 first arrived in Canada thirty-eight  years ago.  The first was that my accent was an impediment. It was the broad Lowlands accent of Scotland and even in the anglicized version lhal I had  mastered for school 1 could not be understood.  I was asked repeatedly to repeat myself and  told thai my accent was 'cute'. At sixteen I had no  wish to be'cute'. The accent had to go." ���  The second thing I learned quickly, as all immigrants must 1 think, was that die people of the new  country did not take kindly lo being told how  things were done in the imrhigrant's-lfcrmer country. If things were so right there, they were quick lo  ask. why did you come here?  Mind you, I was never a half-hearted arrival. I  came in my mid-teens with a real curiosity and  eagerness. I plunged immediately into the study,  first, of French Canadian history because Montreal  is where 1 was, and then into general Canadian history.  I found the subjects fascinating and marvelled  that the young Canadians I knew professed to find  their history dull.  I was reminded of these early days not very  long ago.  Pressure of work in the editorial department led  me to volunteer to make one of my now rare  musings  John burnside  appearances on the stage of the Sunshine Coast in  the role of reporter.  I showed up ai Greenecourt where a small but  highly interested audience were taking in a presentation by the Comminee Opposed lo Free Trade.  Normally when I cover a meeting as a reporter I  am content to leave the talking to others, bul on  ihis occasion the small size of the meeting, its  pleasant informality, and an extended discussion  period led me to offer an observation.  I said that I thought it was instructive lo compare the free trade agreement which was being proposed in North America with what was happening  in Europe.  Make no mistake, North America is trying desperately to play catch up here. The success of the  European Common Market, which has been slowly  developing for upwards of twenty-five years, and  the emergence of the economic power of Japan in  Asia has alarmed the North Americans into belatedly forming a power block of their own.  I said al the meeting that it seemed to me there  was in Europe a real attempt to bring the individual  states up to economic parity in a co-operative  union.  Effective this year, furthermore, Ihere is a common European passport and it is possible lo live  and work anywhere from Norway to Greece. Spain  and Portugal, the most recent members are exceptions until 1993, being protected still because their  economies are not yel up to par.  When I suggested thai perhaps there was something to leam from the European model, a polite  chill fell across the room, ll was as though the  shadow of a colonial past had been fell. No one  wanled to follow that avenue of investigation.  This is, of course, entirely understandable, il is  after all only ten years since Canada repatriated its  constitution from the Mother of Parliaments in  London and Canadians have only just learned lo  cherish their full independence, in symbol and in  fact.  Understandable it may well be, but in the process of being unwilling to examine the European  model il would appear that the citizens of this  country run the risk of exchanging a colonial past  for a colonial future.  Contrast the abandonment of national borders,  for all practical purposes, which is taking place in  Europe.  Can anyone envision a day when Americans  will allow Mexicans full, free access lo iheir country? Can anyone, for that matter, foresee Ihe day  when Canadians will be able to move freely and  without lei or hindrance lo the United States? I  think not.  ll appears lo me. lhal far from being a coming  together of equals this hasty movement towards  free trade in North America will end up wilh the  Canadian colony supplying tbe resources, the Mexican colony supplying Che labour and the lion's  share of the benefits Accruing, as is the way of  empires, to the imperial power, the United Slates  of America.  A contrasting **j*ilysis of what is happening in  Europe and whal is proposed in North America can  be, I submit, instructive as well as a source of some  misgivings.  We may be aboul to plunge into another colonial relationship a few short years after formally  ending one with Great Britain.  If we are to do so let us do it with our eyes  open, having considered our actions clearly and  some possible alternatives to them. That way, if we  find ourselves colonials again a few short years  down the road we will have no excuse for whimpering aboul it.  COAST^NEWS  Th�� taW Cm1 Ham a b���r oaaraM art am an_ttr d vy m of 1 tar an, ran ���  ptttMrl at f�� Sua** Caft BC My l��*a_l��I ��u pajnraiax r ***) % M  l__,By_M����rlPa__.l_r��.G*aal��. l_a_ 1��� GtuM Pm _. lot* �� I*  BC VON IVO WW) *��-ai**2. F��aH04) _B.T7_. coo-raft SiMnwai m Can- ��� I par IX.  SaoM Oft* Boa M Sana* BC ��WI M5- *"-�� GST . J37��, 6 M BO . 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There were teachers, of course, and schools and Ihere  are all sorts of memorials as to how successful Ihey were. There are  also all sorts of memorials of how difficult il might be for an interested kid to get some basis of an education.  It was patchwork, right? Across ihe great sea to sea. The experience at the high schools and universities was pretty various. A student from Dryden, Manitoba might well turn up better fitted for further work than anyone from Toronto.  Whal there was though, across the great bosom of the land, was  agreement on what was the curriculum for all going through grades  one to 12; basically the language, history, science and malh.  The many and massive reviews of educational programs in recent  years in the UK, in France, in the US and even in the former USSR  might nudge us into the sense lhal maybe Ihere might be something  wrong with our own programs.  We are, on all Ihe international schedules, right up Ihere wilh all  Ihe international programs in terms of how much per capita we pay  into education. Hui is it working?  Woiking would be whal? Working would be lhat a fair percentage  of the sludenis, say 65 per cent, were coming oul after 12 years somewhat educated: that is a thorough knowledge of Ihe language, a sufficient knowledge of world history for some confidence in facing history as it continued to unfold, a basis in science and mathematics. This  does not seem to be resulting, or to have been over at least the past  four decades.  The biggest change in Canadian school's education came wilh the  passing of the Professional Teachers Act, which gave ihe teachers  full control over the Teachers Colleges and so over who was going lo  be allowed to teach and how ihey were lo do It In a short time they  were also saying what was to be taught.  The first of these .lets was passed in Ontario in 1944. This was the  year you may remember when a maximum number of people were  away at the war. The bill passed through Ihe legislature with scarcely  any debate aboul it ever since.  A profession in ihis sense is recognized in the case of doctors and  lawyers, because they have Ihis arcane knowledge thai Ihe layman's  not going to understand. But teachers? What arcane knowledge do  teachers possess that we can'l understand?  My guess would be that Ihis supposed special knowledge is going  lo lie in the field of psychology. Instructional technique is really a  in a nutshell  s. nutter  quite simple matter and I have taught il myself. Psychology, however, is or can be made quite infinitely devious. Some indeed have said  lhal the root difference between school's education over Ihe pasl 40  years and the way it was before is lhat now policy is informed by  psychology and then il was informed by philosophy.  Certainly a large change look place quite briskly after the passage  of ihe act. A year after the war I was teaching at a private school in  Brockville, Ontario and was completely immune lo these changes.  But a man I knew who had spent Ihe war in the navy came back  and resumed his job teaching history al ihe local high school. He used  lo come around and see me in Ihe evenings and grumble away.  His course had been rigidly circumscribed, some kind of an  inspector would come around wilh hardly a knock al the door and  park herself at the back with a clipboard and he would get ticked off  for being on the wrong page of his text on the wrong day.  A sister-in-law of mine was Superintendent of Music for two  school districts in Ottawa. She was clearly very good at it and I tnr_  to go up and see her Christmas concerts with all Ihe kids.  One late July day, when she was planning her program to start in  September, she got a phone call which said thai she was not going to  be allowed to leach music anymore.  When she asked why she was told thai you had to have gone to  Teachers College in order to teach. She laughed and said for Heaven's Sake, did you not know that I taught the leaching of music for  Ihree years al Ihe Ontario Teachers College. Oh, yes, Mrs. Nutler,  they said, but you didn't go through the course. And they made il  stick.  The thing here is thai there hangs a possibility that it doesn't matter whether you can do the thing, but whether you have been somehow indoctrinated. Given the fact thai our school programs are certainly questioned my hand is up for a full review of the last 40 years.  Coast News, May 25, 1992  PERENNIALS  Melville Cottage Gardens  1685 TYSON Rd. Sechelt  ednesday to Sunday 9am to 5pm  CLOSED Monday and Tuesday  NEW RELEASES  AVAILABLE MAY 28  My Girl  Trie Indian Runner  Father of the Bride  For the Boys  WWF Crunch Classic  H  OVER 2S00 MOVIES  Only S125 EVERY DAY  (INCLUDES CHILDREN'S MOVIES)  VIDEO ETC  SUNNYCREST MALL  886-8312  letters  Camp Olave threat  intolerable  An open letter to the  Mayor and council, Sechelt.  It is my understanding that  the Official Community Plan of  May 1987 is being revised. I  am particularly concerned with  the Map - Major Roads, Schedule "C". On this map, there is a  proposed extension of Bettch  Avenue bisecting the Girl  Guide Camp, Camp Olave, and  linking up with Highway 101.  As a resident of the Sunshine  Coast, a 30-year-mentber of the  Girl Guides, and as one of hundreds of leaders and thousands  of campers who have utilized  these facilities for close to 65  years, I consider it intolerable  thai such an extension of Beach  Avenue onto private properly  was considered, let alone printed on a map.  I request that the proposed  extension be eliminated from  your 1992 Official Community  Plan and from all maps lhat  may be included.  Camp Olave has been the  property of the Girl Guides of  Canada since 1927. In 1991,  18,000 camping days (number  of campers multiplied by number of nights camped) look  place.  In British Columbia the Girl  Guide Organization, the largest  organization for girls and  women in ihe world, continues  lo grow.  Considering these facts, the  Ministry of Highways and the  District of Sechelt should never  again entertain any proposals  that would, if carried oul, effectively destroy Camp Olave  which provides such greal service, not only to the youth of  Ihe Sunshine Coasl, bul also lo  those in the Lower Mainland,  and on occasion young people  from other parts of Canada.  MRS. ROBERT LEDUC  Halfmoon Bay, B.C.  'Portable!  Toilet  'Rentals!  ���     V^ddin|! etc..  Also Septic  Tank Pumping  ������_������  Bonniebrook  Industries    |  886-7064  GRAND OPENING  iiiiiMmUMniiiiniimlkiuium  CONTOUR  DESIGN  LTD.  ]  TWO PAYS ONLY  ������_    __i _���__..   _���___.!____ __���_, ^a^.     ._���__. _ _.  May 29th & 30th  VISIT OUR NEW SHOWROOM  851 HWY, 101 - Beside Andy's Restaurant  See Our  Record Breaking  Prices  for  wum  CARPET- TILES-WINDOW COVERINGS-LINOLEUM-HARDWOOD FLOORS  QUALITY WORKMANSHIP  "DONE RIGHT THE FIRST TIME"  CONTOUR  DESIGN  LTD.  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The young people loured  Ottawa, attended the official  opening of Canada House, visited the House of Commons  where the Speaker talked to  them and the Senate chambers.  They met the governor-general  in his residence.  A day was spent at Carlelon  University where Ihey listened  lo talks on political and other  mailers and had their own discussion groups in which they  could express iheir views to one  another.  Stevenson is a member of  Interact, a student club at  Elphinstone sponsored The  Rotary paid her expenses for  ihe Irip lo Ottawa. "Something  Ihe Rotary was very happy lo  do," said Jim Ling, chairman of  Ihe Youth Activity Committee  of the club.  Interact club president Shelley Wagner says their purpose is  to perform services helpful lo  Ihe school and lo the community  at large.  "Funds we have raised have  gone to help the work of the  Elves Club, to assist in the  Salmon Enhancement Program  and lo aid an orphanage in Mexico where one of our members  had once spent a work holiday."  Funds? "Through car wash  days, a raffle and bake sales.  One of our projects in Ihe school  has been a Friday gym night for  volleyball and basketball which  was very well attended," Wagner said.  Rolary's Jim Ling said "this  is Ihe firsl time a sludenl from  Gibsons has attended Ihe  Adventure in Citizenship program in Ottawa where young  Canadians can gain a better  understanding of our country of  Canada."  Ling said the committee thai  interviewed the students and  selected the one to go lo Ottawa  is much appreciated by the  Rotary Club. "May I again say  lhanks lo each of them - principal Martyn Wilson; school  counselor Leslie Berends;  school trustee Pat Stuart; Claude  Lavertu of the Rotary Club and  Lorraine Arthur of the Canadian  Imperial Bank of Commerce  (Gibsons branch)."  Gibsons chamber encouraging  students to higher achievement  Student incentive to achieve  higher scholastic standing is on  Ihe agenda for members of Ihe  Gibsons and District chamber of  commerce, who are now working together with local business  people on a new project.  Project chairperson, Conchita  Harding, says the purpose of  Ihis project is to show young  people lhat hard work and diligence in their studies can be tangibly rewarded - in the form of a  Student Discount Card.  One of the benefits the community hopes to achieve is to  encourage a higher level of literacy in our local schools, and one  way to achieve lhat end, says  Harding, is to let students know  that people in the community  are ready with their support.  This will be a mutual-help  project, since the plasticized  Student Discount Card will also  encourage young people lo shop  locally.  The minimum discount on a  purchase at a participating business will be 10 per cent, says  Harding, although some stores  may offer even more to students. The card will be for the  exclusive use of the student to  whom it is awarded.  Students who will be eligible  lo receive a Student Discount  Card are those who achieve honour roll standing, honourable  mention, or those students who  have shown a marked improvement in their grade standing in  the last semester.  The card will be issued at the  discretion of a scholastic standings committee made up of the  school principal, a teacher, a  member of the chamber of commerce, and student council president.  Businesses will receive a list  of names of those students who  have been issued cards, and  cards will be coded by colour  for each semester.  The Sludent Discount Card  will be good at participating  merchants as long as the student  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  SafeWithUs  Leave your cares al Inline with us  Pel / Animal Care  Mail Clearing and Forwarding  Indnor Plant and Yard Maintenance  Regular Home Check or Live-in Service  CALL SHARON 885-2228  # Coital Han- ��� Wofa'i  \ttlewalia*d  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  ���ji-anches ���*_*a- To Coast   is enrolled al Elphinstone and  maintains his or her grade standing. The card may be revoked  by the standings committee if  the student fails to maintain that  standing.  The program will be in effect  in Gibsons this year, as a pilot  project, but wilh the support of  ihe business community it may  be expanded to Sechelt and Pender Haibour so students there  can participate.  "All we need is support, both  from Ihe students and from the  business community. So far  we've had excellent response,  but that doesn't mean we can'l  expand on the project. The more  businesses lhat participate, the  better the incentive to the students."  If your business has not been  approached to participate, phone  886-9648 or contact Emily  Perry at the Chamber office.  THE GIBSONS MEDICAL CLINIC  is pleased to announce that  EFFECTIVE JUNE 1,1992  Dr. Bob Burlin  and  Dr. Kirstie Overhill  will resume their  FAMILY MEDICAL PRACTICE  at the Gibsons Medical Clinic  Thursday June 4 & Friday June 5  1:00 P.M- 6:00 P.M.  12 PT. 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Professionals currently  working in the field suggest that  you have your head examined  prior to submitting application.  GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  SUNNYCREST MALL, GIBSONS  886-2277 or Toil-Free 582-15 1.1 i  Coast News, Way 25, 1992  Ritta and L>*nda mid l_e to imitc to imitc you t> the  Trail foj Mall, Sechelt fa a JenKXistranori:  SUPER WINDOW  CHAMOIS A WENOL      r.ft*  METAL POLISH    ,l0U *  steT  '��&$>&&%  May 28-30    Dr. Ronald W. Komm, Inc.  Certified Specialist in Orthodontics  wishes to announce the availability of  ORTHODONTIC SERVICES  at the Sechelt Dental Centre  community  For appointments call: 885- 2038  Two tnlrrptiiing Burnaby visitors rounded off their three day  stay on the coast with a punch-stand on Lower Road.  I�� vi Johnstone ph.alia  by Bcvtriey Shipley Mt-2215  Rust buckets and old ranting  Volvos, a few souped-up  Camaros. ihe odd forlorn old  Cougar and Mustang, and big,  junky work trucks is what mostly comprises vehicle traffic in  Roberts Creek. There are a few  new Volvos and Leggo vans  starting lo find their way here,  though. This area is distinctive  in ils character, even its nationhood, and whal you drive just  adds lo thai charm and uniqueness.  Unfortunately though, a lol of  these vehicles do not meet even  the lowest standards of efficiency and could not pass the TEST  by Ihe RCMP's road squad  recently. For three days at strategic points on the Sunshine Coast  Pebbles from the past  Owns bey news  Hi  "ere we have the Gambier Store and Post Office at the  head of the Gambler Harbour dock. This was the time  ���when the wharf, store and post office were the focal  point of island life. Little detail seems to be available on this  picture. Does anyone know when this was taken or who the  little girl is?  Pebbles Realty is a locally owned business. The management of Pebbles has  been actively involved with the  Sunshine Coast for over 25 years. For  unmatched local knowledge, experience and service deal with Pebbles  - independent and proud of it  This vignette U presented by  all the people at Pebbles Realty  Ltd. J  ) Vemes  REALTY LTD.  Youf lool R��al Ettatt Company - Qlbiona Quay  Boa IIS  Gown  Polnl  Ro.d  Cimo.l, B C. VON lVO     \  Phono: ieM107, Van, loll Im: 611-3044,111: II6-1KK0  wj ���a^raawm/ 9awwaamt ^V3*<^p*v  The Victoria Day holiday  provided a variety of activities,  everything from barbecues to  beach parties, picnics ��� you  name it. Bul no one had a  greater surprise than Peter  McDonald of Davis Bay. On  Saturday morning while browsing through Sunnycrest Mall  Peter and his wife F.velyn pur-  Rosemary's  Carpet Cleaning  3 ?��?99  "Work Guaranteed  to YOUR  Satisfaction"  886-7419  Annual Gibsons Winter Club  FLEA MARKET  June 7th, 10 -3 pm  ���For a Table Phone  Kathy 886-3211  Notice Board  Deadline fur suhrtiiwhms is Wednesday noon I for Monday distribution)  On-going submissions will he deleted after ' weeks unless a specific renewal requesl is made.  We reserve ihe right lo edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events of genuine enmmunily interest  -*��.?����!"  o��ffisotf__  The Sunshine  Coast News  MONDAY. HAY 25  Canadian Federation of University Women -  Sunshine Coatt - May Meeting at St. Johns  Church al 11 30 am For into 885-9589.  7:30pm Friends of Schizophrenic! at Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit. Gibsons. Sharing a  Caring meeting will follow Bring mug.  Lifestyles for Seniors Wellness 12 30 pm in  the Marine Room. Gibsons. Speaker Margot  Kiss Tope: Wills and Estates. Per week lunch.  Everyone welcome. Call 886-9058 tor into.  TUESOAY, MAY 26  Post natal Classes held at Sechelt Public  Health unit. 700 - 9:00 All interested welcome.  Call Jeanette 885-7777 lor into.  FRIDAY. MAY 29  Another Inner Ear Coffee House. Music starts  al 8:30 al 749 Leek Rd in Roberts Creek.  Everyone welcome. For more into call 886-  9747  SATURDAY, MAY 30  Hospital Auilllary Sechelt Branch Bake Sale  from 10:00 am in the Trail Bay Mall. Sechelt.  Gibsons Ambassador Pageant Elphinstone  Secondary School Gym.7:30 pm. Tickets at  Sayward Books and Wishful Thinking.  TUESOAY, JUNE 9  PENDER HARBOUR AQUATIC SOCIETY  Annual General Meeting at the Centre. 6:00pm.  SUNDAY, JUNE 14  Spring Concert Alice Horsman and Friends. St.  John s United Church. Davis Bay. 2:00 pm.  Tickets $8 00 available at Talewind Books and  Books n Stuff.  MISCELLANEOUS  Canada Fitness Wsek. May 22-31,1992. Bring  a friend to fitness classes 2/1 all week. Swim to  Tenada Island - Count your lengths all week  (prizes). RLSSC Fitness Award Challenge May  27/92. 4-6 pm. Hot Tub Bubble Bath - May 31,  7:30 pm.  Square Dancing - Beginners classes start  September. Register now. For into 885-9880 or  885-9500  Attention. Ex ��� NWT Residents 6th Annual  Picnic. June 14th. 1992 at 12:00 noon - 8:00  pm. Bear Creek Provincial Park. Kelowna. BC.  Bring your own lunch and refreshments For isto  call Al Hall (604) 764-2347 or H. Glick (604)  768-2158.  Sechelt Star Search Auditions lor Sechelt  Celebration Days. Open to ages 13 to 21. For  info 885-9091.  Kids Helping Kids! Annual Youth Variety  Show, (teens to pre-teens) lo raise funds tor  Cystic Fibrosis. Greene Court Hall. Sal May 30,  8:00 pm. Tickets at Sechelt Book Stores.  Chatelech Secondary School Seeking  donated books. Please drop off at Shadow Bon  Gallery.  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum is open seven  days a week. The various displays are constantly changing. Everyone Welcome. Located at 716  Winn Road in Holland Park, across Irom  Gibsons Post Office.Wheel Chair accessible.  For into 886-8232.  Totem Lodge ��� Everyday is visiting day at  Totem Lodge. Visit the pioneers ol your community.  Folk Dancing at Roberts Creek School,  Community Use Room. Every Tues 7:00 - 9:00  pm. Fee $3.00 Drop in, everyone welcome.  The Inter-Active Video Business Disc  Program is now available at the Sunshine  Coast Business Development Centre. H205-  5710 Teredo Square, Into 885-1959. The user  fee   is   only   $10.00   for   three   3   hour  sessions MONOAYS  St. Hilda's ft St Andrew's Youth Group every  Monday night. AU young people welcome. Can  8854036. for more into.  Gibsons Pensioners Branch #38 Scottish  Country Dancing at Harmony Hall at 8:00 pm.  Information 886-3043.  Sunshine Coast Breast Feeding Support  Group. Informal drop-in meetings on the first  Monday ol each month. Luinda, 886-4502 or  Wendy. 885-2950.  Seniors' Branch 69, Carpet Bowling, Mondays  1:30 pm. Exercise with Joan Frembd Mors. a  Thursdays-11-12.  Anonymous 7:30 pm. Holy Family  Church Hall. Sechelt Phone 885-2108 or 886-  4781 tor details.  Adult Children of Alcoholics or  Dysfunctional Families meet at St. Mary's  Church Hall in Gibsons. 7:30 - 9.  Sunshine Coast Oreakawsy Parents Meeting  for parents concerned about their children's  drug {a alcohol use. 807 Kiwanis Way, Gibsons.  7:30 pm. For into call 886-2423.  TUESDAYS  First Tuesday of every month, local art rental ti  sales at Sunshine Coast Art Centre. Open 2-  6pm. Coffee served. Original works by Sunshine  Coast artists for sale or rent; any donations of  unused frames gratefully accepted. 885-5412.  WEDNESDAYS  Badminton every Wednesday evening. 8-10  p.m. at Elphinstone High School Gym.  Admission: S3 00. Drop in.  Sunshine Coast Toaatmasters meeting every  Wednesday at 7:30 pm at Chatelech High  School. Room 112. Into 885-3206. Guests welcome  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic at Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday from 7  to 9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment  necessary. 885-7770.  3C's Weight Loss Support Group meets every  Thursday afternoon 12:45-2:30pm. at the United  Church. Glassford Rd.. Gibsons. Into: 886-7159.  Seniors' Branch 69. Exercise with Joan  Frembd Mondays ft Thursdays 11-12.  Adult Children of Alcoholics or  Dysfunctional Families meel at the Action  Centre in Sechelt. 7:30 - 9.  FRIDAYS  United Church Thrift Shop in basement of  church off Truman Rd., open Fridays, 1 to 3 pm.  Gibsons OM Age Pensioners Org Branch #38  Tia Chi at 1 30 pm and cards at 7:00 pm tor  seniors at Harmony Hal every Friday at 1:30  pm. Info 886-9619 or 886-9000.  SUNDAYS  The Sunshine Coast Stamp Club meet 7:30  pm 1st and 3rd Sunday at Sechelt Library.  Phone 885-3381 or 885-7088. Open lor all  chased three raffle tickets on a  iruck filled with logs. Promptly  at 4 pm Ihe same day, he  received a phone call informing  him he had won the load, 12 Snd  15 cords of wood in all.  While admiring Pete's load  of logs, he told me a story ihjt I  am sure you would enjoy.  Message in a bottle  On September 3 at 7:30 am  while cruising up the Coast of  BC off Bella Bella, Peter put a  note in each of three bottles  staling his name and address,  and asked that anyone who  found same would receive five  dollars from him if Ihey would  reply with the details. He  received a letter from a couple  who had found one of the bottles al Nels Bighl. off Cape  Scott Park at ihe northern tip of  Vancouver Island on September  18. IS days later.  The most fascinating story  Pele told was the one where he  and Evelyn were cruising from  San Diego lo Mazatlan on  board the Bermuda Star in  1989. For seven days, he threw  a bottle in ihe water. Two and a  half years later he received an  answer from a fisherman in ihe  Philippine Sea. Since then,  Peter and his wife have corresponded regularly with Andreas  Bonifacio and his family,  exchanging information and  photos.  Messages in bottles is not a  new phenomena, for it dates  back centuries. In 1948, a Russian fisherman found a bottle in  the sand bordering Vilkilski  Strait in the Arctic. A message  inside was written in both Norwegian and English. It was  incomprehensible even when  translated: "Five ponies and  150 dogs remaining. Desire  hay, fish and 30 sledges. Must  return by early August. Baldwin." The bizarre message  became clear when it was  learned that polar explorer Evelyn Baldwin had sealed the note  and sent il in 1902.  He managed lo survive Ihe  Arctic without ever receiving  the hay, fish or 30 sledges.  Highway. Ihe mounties and their  squad from Vancouver pulled  over any and all driving a commercial trtick, old trucks and old  cars for vehicle, safety testing.  Many went home with fines,  some were told to get their vehicle off the road and repaired.  You can be cancelled or ticketed, but to be condemned? Now  (hat's pretty insulting.  Vehicle Irony  Here's where the irony  comes in. If you can afford to  shell out $ 10,000 or so for a new  vehicle, be it a truck, van or car,  and keep it in top shape, then  you are allowed to drive our  roads. If you cannot afford the  above amount, then you have io  settle for an older car, and also  pay for repairs and general  maintenance and yet can still be  ticketed or condemned. Is it possible that only folks with money  are going to be driving in the  future as the price of a new vehicle becomes the price of whal a  house used to cost a few years  back?  Population update  Missing from last week's column regarding population figures and housing in Roberts  Creek was ihe following: The  regional district's Figures on  housing starts (which does not  include mobile home placements) are: total for 1989 - 28;  1990- 33; and 35 in 1991. It  appears the building boom is  continuing and Ihe Sunshine  Coast Realtor will definitely  attest to that. Prices of lots and  small acreages are comparable  lo house prices of three or four  years back. Thai also means big  commissions for realtors. There  was a time when not much  importance was placed on selling a lot for a mere $10,000 lo  $20,000. Now when they are  going for $50,000 plus, there is  a much larger commission  involved.  Association to meet  The Roberts Creek Community Association meeting is this  Wednesday, May 27 at 8 pm at  Ihe hall. Gibsons mayor Eric  Small will be attending to  address the issue of Gibsons'  water requirements as this year  they are tapping into the regional district's supply. The new  community association executive hopes Roberts Creek community members will avail  themselves of this forum for  local affairs.  Clayworks open house  Creek Clayworks will be celebrating its First anniversary  with a pottery sale and studio  open house on May 30 and 31  from 10 am to 4 pm. They are  located at 1738 Lockyer Road.  Refreshments will be served.  Save The Hall T-shirts are on  sale at Threads of Thyme  Bizarre Bazaar in Roberts  Creek. Store hours are Tuesday  to Sunday, 12:30 to 5 pm.  Creek Daze organizational  meeting for ihis summer's Daze  will be Thursday, May 28 at  7:30 pm at the hall, not May 27  as previously reported.  QUEBEC GIRL  SEEKS HOME IN OUR COMMUNITY  Julie from Quebec is  anxiously awaiting news  that  there  is  a  host  family      in      British  Columbia who will help  fulfill   her   dream   of  spending a school year  in B.C.  Julie   enjoys   outdoor  sports,   viola,   riding,  skiing, reading and is ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  hoping to pursue some of these interests during her  exchange year. Julie is also looking forward to developing  new Canadian interests and hobbies that she can share with  her friends when she returns to Quebec.  Each year ASSE International Student Exchange Programs  provide qualified foreign students with the opportunity to  leam about life in British Columbia while attending the local  high school. If your family would help make Julie's year in  British Columbia possible, please call the local ASSE area  representative.  ASSE, a non-profit organization, is dedicated to fostering  international relationships between countries through  cultural exchanges.  Local area representative David McDonald at (604) 943-  9352 or /\SSE Canada (Toll Free) 1 (300-361-3214.  SSE.D  ASSE tM.tniaUMt-1 Student r*(huigv Profitm  u ��� pwMk kntth. non prota orftafettim Coast News, May 25, 1992  community  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl & Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  HOME  SERVICES  #7 - 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain EJ5-4572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  The Rradc two class of teacher Helen Blank head back to school en masse Thursday alter a "terrilk" tour of Sechelt's Volunteer Fire  Department station with chief B1U HigRs. The kids explore their community at least once a week from now UU the end of school.  ���������������______________^__  Joel JohnsioiH' pholo  mm  Eat In or Take Out  Home made Red Beet Salad & Tabouli  by Helen  DELI FRESH  Macaroni Salad & Potatoe Salad  VARIETY ����� FOODS  The BIGGEST Little Slore in Gibsons Unding 886-2936  sechelt scenario  by Margaret Watt, 885-4406  I'm happy lo be able lo report lhal thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Gray of  Sandy Hook the foamies are back where Ihey belong - al Gamma Phi  Beta Children's Camp. A big thank you lo the Grays from the camp.  Hospital auxiliary  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary, Sechell branch, will be hosting a  bake sale at Trail Bay Mall on Saturday, May 30 fromlO am. This will  be your lasl chance to buy raffle tickets, too. The draw will be at noon.  Also on that day until 1:30 pm, an experienced knitter will be in attendance to give information about custom knitting.  Sechelt elementary  The District of Sechelt handed out prizes to the following winners  ��oberts Creek fegfo,,^  SOULSTICE  Friday & Saturday May 29th & 30th  of ihe local Government Awareness Week poster competition: first,  Jacqueline Johnson; second, Caitlin Roberts: and third, Laura  Mewhort. Congratulations, kids!  On May 28 at 7 pm, the choir and band will perform al Chatelech  Secondary School.  Cystic Fibrosis challenge  The residents of Sechelt aie urged to challenge Ihe residents of  Gibsons in the Cystic Fibrosis Walk A-Run-A Thon being held Sunday, May 31 lo help the Sunshine Coast chapter.  Walkers register at 8:30 am and start walking at 9 am. Runners register at 9:30 am and start running al 10 am. Pledge forms are available  for Ihe District of Sechelt Municipal Hall on Inlet Avenue.  halfmoon hay happenings  CATERING SERVICE REQUIRED CONTACT:  Don Van Kleek 886-7424 early evenings  \'() l.ll N II   I   Ii S    M I   I   /> /   /)  Next General Meetini  Wednesday, June 1  f  Bingo I  !Wsday Nitfhls  doors open 6:30  liiriUu Jl 7 IS  |  Closed Sundays  |  MEAT DRAW  EVERY  SATURDAY NIGHT  3064 Lower Road ��� 886-9984  V STARTING JUNE 01 r  DELIVERY FROM 11:30 AM  NEW DELIVERY HOURS:  Sun- Thurs. 11:30 am to 11:30 pm, Fri. / Sat 11:30 am to 12:30 am  P/T7&4  �����_<���  -*���>���  PIZZA PLACE  FREE DELIVERY  706 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-7675  by Ruth Forrester  School Stars  The staff and parents of  some pupils of Halfmoon Bay  are very proud of their youngsters and rightly so.  Recently the BC Heritage  Society held a contest for all  elementary schools in the  province, out of which no less  than five of our local youngsters did well enough to earn  awards.  The assignment was that the  children had lo write a family  history using photographs of  their grandparents or relatives.  At Ihe school assembly in  June, a representative from the  BC Heritage Society will be on  hand lo present the awards, a  certificate, and a fifty dollar  prize.  This accomplishment, as  well as being a greal one for the  children, is also a reflection on  the calibre of leaching at the  school, so much credit should  also go to the teaching staff.  The children who earned  these honours are Ashley Johnson, Calean Kyle, Troy Mercer,  Krisly Lee Tabish, and Chris  Watkins. We are all proud of  you.  Annual General Meeting  June 10 is the date to mark  on your calendar if you are a  member or a prospective member of the Welcome Beach  Community Association.  All those who have held  office for several years and  have worked hard for the group  would welcome some new  faces and new ideas on the  committees. This is also a good  lime for new residents to come  along to this meeiing to make  new friends. Memberships will  be available prior to the meeting which starts at 7.30 p.m.,  June 10.  Teens Concert  It would be nice if there  should be a full house next Saturday, May 30, at Greenecourt  when Nikki Weber presents her  annual Teens Show, a benefit  concert for cystic fibrosis.  This will be a most enjoyable evening and you will be  amazed at jusl how much talent  there is among these kids. Try  to come out and support Ihem.  Tickets can be found at the  book stores in Sechell.  A Hectic Weekend  The launching ramp at  Coopers Green was a very busy  place over the holiday weekend.  On one day Ihere were at least  60 boats launched, all with  folks going out to catch some  fish.  For a lime the whole system  was held up during a very low  tide when one fair sized boat  trailer got stuck in the sand,  holding up the other craft from  either gelling in or oul of Ihe  water. It did get moved eventually and business proceeded as  usual.  \��  ttf�� VWCEs  Departs September 17/ 92  ROUND TRIP starting in  VANCOUVER via JUNEAU/  GLACIER BAY/ SKAGWAY/  KETCHICAN  From $ 999 U.S. per person linsitkabin)  886-3381  886-2522'  Beside Gibsons Medical Clinic  ������  FLIP" Phone Specials  from MOTOROLA  Everybody's Favourite  The DPC - 888  FEATURING:  ��� Full Alpha Numeric Display  ��� 101 Memory Locations  ��� Signal Strength Metre  ��� 2 Batteries ��� Carrying Case  ��� 3 Year Warranty  ��� Etc, Etc, Etc...  ONLY  $1099  'With acliviation on  BC Cellular or Cantel  SUNCOAST MOTORS I  1117 Sunshine Coast Hwy    886-8213  Across from Gibsons Park Plaza  's_tr/_iwoi%--S t  WEaUSOCa-tRY     i   *3*y*-*j)  ��� RAINBOW y  .ELECTROLUX  ���TRISTAR  ���SHARPES  ��� HOOVER  VACUUM CLEANERS  **��* On AU Open Stock if  Vacuums, Sewing Machines  & Sergers  885-8843  Now Open  j 1J��L<usjoo\(s i  _H? Fine Dinine on the Waterfront ___?  Fine Dining on the Waterfront  Wednesday, May 27th  Louisiana Chicken Night  Louisiana Hot Chicken Wings  ALL YOU CAN EAT  $695  Fri. May 29th &  Sat. May 30th  Enjoy dancing to the soft  Jazz music of the  'BLUES BROKERS'  Savour our continental cuisine and  breathtaking view while listening to  this well-known local band.  I OPEN FOR LUNCH & DINNER I  11:30 am - midnight  Fully Licensed  All major credit  cards accepted  Tuesday thru Sunday  Closed Mondays  885-0900  5663 Teredo Street,  On the Waterfront  at Inlet, Sechelt 10  Coast News, May 25, 1992  ��� Umiukc k  Clumbers, di  Retirement and Insurance Planning  ��� Rfiin'iiK'iit  Planning  ��� l_t'��� Disability    W*\l   "1 ������Will  InstmuKt' Ll__t  __ I ���'.'oil Ftw:  , __ _ ___     !-StHM>(��v20Sl  ��� Empoyte Bt'iK'ht  Plans '  Muhul luihK 'mm with  tiL_.tll.UI tifin' "��� f**"*1"lul  CHAMBriRS  Smuig tin- Sunshine CoMI Suuv I'lK.'  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Harboui, B.C. 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  CALL DENISE AT  885-3930  DINING  ROOFING  fdt-d  eiAdaie  Tar A Gravel, Shakta, Shingles,  Metal Roots, Torch On, Durolds   863-9303   ^f^l  Garden  Bay  Hotel  a���Chaaaa��� ��� raalaing cnaRaar.  PUB RESTAURANTT  883-2674 883-9019  HAIRDRESSER4  Peninsula Power  & Cable Ltd.  High and low voltage power lines  Outdoor Sub-Statnns  883*2218  Cert. 7111  Ray Hansen Trucking  & Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883-9222  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  Cfll I   (11 NISI   AT  885-3930  Miss Sunny's  HAIR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  SERVICES  Hugh W. Jones  LAWYER  883-9525  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX:883-9524  community  llie IVmler Harbour May Day was a huge success with an eslimat  ed 2,000 plus people attending ihe festival. Before I gel to a condensed version of the results, here is a list of the many people who  helped lo bring aboul Ihis wonderful event.  Many thanks to Rainbow the Clown, ihe PH Fire Departmenl, the  Cubs and Pathfinders, Bev Wilbee, PH Music Society, the Oak Tree  Market, Serendipity Play School, the judges and ran official, Cheryl  Jenson. Ann and Jake Fraser, Blackie, Grace Christy, Lynn Cameron,  Kanlin Nicholson and teens, Cathy and Dave Gibson, Doris Pride,  Fred llunsche, and the Shriners.  lhanks also toall ihe ladies from the l-cgion and Lions Club, all  the community members and members of the May Day committee  wiih a special lhank you lo Marlene, the May Day chairperson. You  all deserve a great round of applause.  Contest winners  Jusl how many candies were in the candy jar? Well, there were  302 and Heidi U-gge had Ihe closest guess of 300. The Ihree grand  winners of the pie contest went to Sue Clark, first; Lii Beherrell, second; and Blanche Palon. third. Raffle winners were all very excited to  receive their prizes - first prize of a play ride wilh Cliff Orr went to  Courtney .md lunch for iwo al ihe Old House Restaurant went lo  content news  Steve Devaney. A full year family pool pass lo Ihe PH Aquatic Centre  went lo Tanya Cummings for second. For Ihe third raffle winner Mr.  E. Johnson received a harbour cruise to Princess Louisa Inlet.  ,  Footnotes  Congratulations to all the winners of all Ihe events! Everyone contributed greatly, the craft fair was a creative addition thanks to all. It  was nice to see how the community club, the Madeira Pari Plata and  the elementary1 school donated areas so freely for.this May Day celebration. The raft races were cancelled but are being planned for a later  date, ll would be appreciated if whoever stole the May Day banner  could please return it. Rainbow the Clown blew up more than 400  balloons. Bolh the teen and adult dances were well attended and went  extremely well. Even Ihe weather co-operated. All in all, if you didn't  attend this year's May Day you certainly won't want to miss nexl  year's!  Friends of Caren meet  Dr. Karl Klinka from HBC's Department of Forest Sciences will  be guest speaking on sub-alpine old growth forest Ihis May 27 al the  PH high school beginning at 7 pm. For Ihose who would like lo come  early a pot luck finger food supper is arranged for 6 pm. This is a  must attend meeting for Dr. Klinka is world known and very knowledgeable on this subject.  by Lynn msm  Well, I've never seen ihe  Skookumchuck trail parking lot  so busy. There were cars parked  all Ihe way to the corner of  Maple Road and Ihis was on  Sunday on Ihe May long weekend. It's pretty haywire. It sure  makes the locals sink deeper  into the woods.  Whal a great swimming  weekend though as the lakes are  wanning up fast. The kids are in  there right away. Me, I lake ii  nice and slow during this warming up stage. But once the lakes  warm up, that's il.  More bear sightings and bear  damage in Ihe Mont. Again  chickens are on top of ihe menu,  along wiih the regular evening  strolls through local buck yards.  A conservation officer was notified, bul nothing has happened  yet on their pari.  Whew! Made it through  another full moon! When the  moon's full, people get rowdy,  irrational, decisions are made  and everyone's bouncing a little  higher.  Ihe Egmonl contingent al Ihe  May Day parade was very creative. They added a fine touch to  Evening falls across the Inlet on a kayak journey from Egmont to Tillicum Bay.  Janice Edmonds pholo  Ihe whole event. Since our May  Day doesn't take place until the  middle of June, you'll have to  keep it in mind. Hey, anyone  ���*C-��$��4  A Portable Audio  .System CD. Ready  A Coffee  Maker  Relax At  He Sylvia.  uf   ���%  i Gift For  .Your Garden  A Dinner At  Tha Bay Moorings.  "A FISHING  TRIP FOR FOUR_  Ita Duck Himself  Jn Stained Glass  A Beauty Treatment  For Your Car  ENTRY FORMS  LANDING GENERAL STORE* TALEWNO BOOKS  AXANAOEW * ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE  UPSTAIRS AND DOWNSTAIRS* UNNADMES  CHAPMAN CREEK 12 noon Sunday;, June 7th  Meals on Wheels Hospice Adult Care and Home Support  wanting to run for Queen of  Egmont, notify Geoff Craig.  To you all who will be heading out fishing soon, I wish you  golden lifelines  safely and may our ocean supply  you with what you need and  may we put back into il whal it  needs.  CAHLANO  COLLEGE  Office Technology  Programs  Career Training for Administrative  Support Personnel  ��� Secretarial ��� 9 months  ��� Financial-10 months  ��� Administrative Assistant -10 months  Acquire communication, interpersonal and  computer skills: word processing, spreadsheets,  and database. OUR GRADUATES ARE IN  DEMANDI  The Office Technology Program offers you:  ��� Professional instructors . en��� Certificate  ��� Well-equipped computer labs . i0b placement  ��� Work praciicums assistance  Some part time courses are available.  We have a place for you - but hurry! Telephone  the North Vancouver campus at 984-4959 to  arrange for a personal interview.  Financial assistance may be available through  Canada Employment Centre.  2055 Purcell Way ��� North Vancouver ��� BC  by aloyot Ottry  Exercise classes will continue to meet until the end of June with  Joan Frembd on Monday and Thursday at 11 am, and wilh Betty Jef-  feries using Tai Chi on Wednesday at 11 am.  The paving is finished at the new Seniors Centre. Slowly and surely, the building and premises show progress.  Bon Voyage to those leaving on May 30 in the new Regal  Princess for Alaska. May there be no fog.  Spacetrek 2000  Canada Fitness Program and Solar Walk in the week of May 22 to  May 31 promises a different approach on this event. Jack Hermislon  brought me this news. Every 20 minutes you spend at any of these  activities - walking, gardening, golf, tennis, cycling, dancing - counts  as one kilometre on the trek from Uranus to Saturn.  At the end of the week, all distances will be totalled as miles to  the goal. The final goal is Pluto.  Jack is having a meeting with all parties interested on Wednesday,  May 27 at the Seniors Hall on Mermaid at 10:30 am. You can phone  him at 885-3334 lo gel your time in for Spacetrek 2000, or to ask  questions. Remember, count in your shopping distance.  Joan Sherlock phoned me about the Over 80s Tea on June 16, a  Tuesday at 1:30 pm. Anyone can attend the event. I have always  enjoyed Ihis get together. Everyone gels dressed up, the food is wonderful and there is singing and even dancing. Anytime Nikki Weber  has anything to do with entertainment, you can be sure it's a foot-tapping, fun time.  Wheclathon  The fifth annual Wheelalhon will be held Saturday, June 16 from  noon lo 6 pm at Swangaard Stadium in Burnaby. The BC Wheelalhon is a fun, six hour wheeling event for everyone, disabled and  able-bodied.  For more registration information phone Bill Ended al 88S-S020.  If someone knows of transportation of disabled available on the  Coasl on weekends, phone me at 885-5343.  Lots of interest is being shown for the Craft Show at the Seniors  Hall on Mermaid on June 27. Elizabeth Derby will be collecting the  bake table goods at her place on the evening of June 26 or the next  morning at the hall. For additional information phone Kay Hemiston  at 885-3334 or Pauline Moon at 885-5572.  For your wedding, parties or floats, pompoms can be ordered from  Mona Osborne at 885-9392 or Connie Wilson at 885-2585. Crafts are  still in progress at 9:30 am on Thuisday morning.  Pot Luck Dinner  Pot Luck Dinner will be held Saturday, May 30 at 6 pm in the  Seniors Hall. Phone Edith Knight 885-2996 for additional information. Bring your own plate, flatware and cup. Coffee, tea, buns and  butter are supplied.  SUMMER'S COMING!!  Get Ready Now  Tues. to Sat., ���12 pm ��� 4 pm  <$09 Thrifty *  HELP THE  Donation*   Nt-MM or Boa M  _H_a  __��� Coast News, May 25, 1992  11  Pender Harbour  May Day results  Businesses that sponsored tha Dixieland Band  PH. Music Society, A.R.T.S. Grant BC Government,  Illy M.', IMAC Fishing, Lowe's Resort, BR. Klein a Son,  Pender Harbour Fishing, D. Malcolm Fishing, CHnl  Sample, Pacific Roofing, Contempo Obstruction,  Sunshine Plumbing & Heating. Gladiator Enterprizes,  Ted's Blasting, Harbour Publishing, Indian Isle  Construction.  FAMILY FOOT RACE  Plaques Sponsored by MP��S PAC (under 12 plaque)  Under 12 Female - ffrsf Alison Fraser 23:58; second  Tanya Baulne 24:17; third Julie Malcolm 25:50.  Under 12 Male ��� first Dusty Dlckeson 15:29; second Kyle  Bruce 18:15; fhWLailln McKenna 19:17.  Plaques sponsored by Pacific Glllnetters Association  and United Fishermen and Allied Workers  Age 12 to 25 Female - firs'Candace Lee 20:02; second  Sarah Malcolm 25:13; third Heather MacKay 29:27.  Age 12 to 25 Male - first Chris Wright 21:15; second Steve  Rolston 21:16; third Graeme Malcolm 22:44.  Plaquaa sponsored by D. Amaral  Age 26 to 45 Female ��� first Moki Borabash 18:50; second  Bev McFadyen-HII119:00; third Debbie Amaral 19:27.  Age 26 to 45 Male - first Roy Chatham 15:29; second Jake  Fraser 20:50; third Sandy Hately 21:56.  Pleques sponsored by P.H. Community Club  Over Age 45 Female ��� first Vivl Alexander 27:27; second  place tie: Maria Chatham 49:08; and Arlee Anslow 49:08.  Over Age 45 Male - first Frank McKenna 17:04; second  Dick Merrick 28:53.  Plaque sponsored by May Day community  Family ��� first Frasers 21:52; second Amarals 24:52; third  R. Malcolms, 25:56.  Race Organizers - Graham and Bev McFadyen-Hill and  Debbie Amaral  Thanks for donations from:  Beaver Island Grocery, Reflections, Fun House, Pender  Harbour Realty, Park Motel, Roosendal Farms, AB  Haddock Marine, R&L Godkin, Finning, Antiques and  Stuff, Western Rim Ent., AC Building Supplies. Tom  Toolery, Rob Video, Marina Pharmacy, Pender Harbour  Restaurant, Miss Sunnys, Taffys, Sutherland Marine Ltd.,  Pender Harbour Chevron, Ray Hansen Trucking, D. Girard  Cont. Ltd., Mountain View, PH Diesel, Air Canada, Bryce  Christie Sunshine Coast Tours, Old House Restaurant, PH  Aquatic Society, Cliff Orr.  MAY DAY PARADE 1992  Family- first Bennett Family; secondCummlngs Family;  fh/rd Charleton Family.  Groups - first Red Balloon; second PH Volunteer Fire  Department, third PH Volunteer Ambulance Dept.  Organizations ��� first Serendipity Child Development  Society; second PH Sea Scouts; third SC Shrine Club.  Business ��� first Reflections Hair Studio; second PH  Aquatic Centre; third AC Building Supplies.  Trophies  Best Decorated- Serendipity Child Development Society  Most Original - Reflections Hair Studio.  Judges- Wendy Haddock, Kim Cabral, Maureen Lee.  Parade Marshall - John Nelsen.  sjSj,  m  rv  jV|  tP       jSaaa,-jP'- _���  Hfa-a-taa-a-a-a-a-H  ppfcjflj  a-Rfc.'^-Ifla^B  3>V��. yjgfl i��y\��-~  Childrens Parade 1992  Walkers - first Jennifer Cymbalist, Amanda Amaral,  Michelle Cummlngs and Elissa Macauley; second  Brandon and Cory Jensen; third CaWIn Gadsby and  Amanda Peterson; fourth the Bedore Family.  Bicycles ��� first Jocelyn Gregory; second Vanessa and  Veronica Fraser; third James Bernier; fourth Matthew  Skipper.  Mini Float-first Kris Sweet.  Pets ��� Leah Reid.  Judges'. Alice Fletcher, Chris Sample,  Bev McFadyen-Hill.  Raffle Winners:  first prize ��� plane ride and lunch In Courtenay ��� Stephen  Devaney.  second prize - year family pool pass at PH Aquatic  Centre ��� Tanya Cummlngs.  third prize- Harbour Cruise to Princess Louisa Inlet ��� Mr.  E. Johnson.  Candy Jar Quesa - winner Heidi Legge  Pie Contest -first Sue Clark; second Ul Beharrell; third  Blanche Paton  Poster contest:  Mr. Weatherston: David Mackay, Star Craig, Chris Ford  Mr. Lavery: Christine Wharton, Dani Thompson  Mrs. Gibsons: Alison Malcolm, Jason Haines, Thavls Phelps.  Mrs. McMlllen: Sasha Hunt, Amanda Amaral, Shauntelle  Nichols.  Mrs. Cameron: Brody Pantager, Julie Paton, Samantha  Berg.  Mrs. Harrison: Amanda Peterson, Cattlin Gadsby, Kelly  Daniel.  Mrs. Talentos: Gloria Reid, Klra lansimaki, Stephie Malcolm.  Mrs. Phillips: Nikki Cummings, Leah Campbell, Beau  Pantages.  Scavenger Hunt Winners  First- Scarlet Hunt, Shannon Gibsons, Aran Hamilton,  Naomi Buell.  Second- Brooke Fraser, Jessica Sutherland, Glen  Anderson, Paterick Anderson.  Third- Danielle Courtney.  We'd like to thank the Fire Department,  Ron Malcolm and Cubs, Linda Curtis &  Pathfinders and Bev Wilbee, Pender  Harbour Music Society, Serendipity Playschool,  judges and run officials, Cheryl Jensen for  doing the adult dance, Anne and Jake Fraser  for doing the scavenger hunt, Blackie for the  plane rides, Bryce Christie for harbour tours,  Lynn Cameron for craft fair, Caitlin Nicholson  and teens for teen area., Cathy and Dave  Gibson for the races, Doris Pride for bingo,  Fred Hunsche for the square dancing, Shriners,  Legion ladies, Lions Club and  all tbe members of tbe  community who  volunteered their time in  making May Day such a  success! 12  Coast News, May 25, 19-12  ��Sume%&  ��� 23 Modern Rooms  ��� Kitchen Units - by week or month  Colour Cable T.V.   ��� Full Bath & Shower  Direct Dial Phones ��� Reasonable Rates  886-2419    Sunshine Coast Hwy Gibsons, B.C  leisure  Pages from a lifelog  pari one  Following the footsteps of the fur  traders leads to Peace River country  YOUR GUIDE TO THE FINEST IN AREA DINING  Featured Restaurant of the Week  Village   Restaurant  Coiy,  family  style  dining,  featuring  special  pasta  dishes,  steak and  seafood.  Daily lunch  and dinner  specials.  Breakfast  served all day.  Fully licenced. Open 7 days a week:  Mon - Thurs, 7 AM - 8 PM, Fri - Sun, 7 AM - 9PM.  5665 Cowrie Street, Sechelt  885-9811   (vlu/Miitirtirdl  FAMILY DINING  Andy't Rtiliurint I unch and dinner  special every day. rvt-rv Wi'diH-sii.iv  nighl i* Prime Kib Ntgm. I lnu�� im.  ciallici Include venl dlihts- sticks,  si'.iltx'd, p.isia, ptzza, Mini fond and  W-.nl NEW dishes. IWi miss Amlv's  hit.ii Brunch Duffel every Sunday from  II .im - 2:.ir  tm. Hwy 101, (.ibsom,  NMr'.-.i.'lHH. Open sutuf.iy nnd Monday  II am - y pm, I'uesUay Saturday 11  .-itn-.Dpm.  The Boat Houm (usl .1 ferry ride away  m beautiful llorwshoc IJ.iv, offering  il.nlv chalet's of fri-sh and flash Invun  tea food Irom the West, liasl and tlulf  l oasis ,1s well as a variety nf othvt specialties, join us after 3 pni for dinner or  for cur spectacular Sunday Urunch,  served between 10:311 am and 2 pm.  rriendly service in a relaxed atmosphere and labulous meals are |ust  some ot the reasons you'll keep coming  back. II you have an important rendezvous or a ferry lo catch, please lei  us know and we'll make the necessary  accommodationS< Tor reservations call  421 8)88. All major credit cards accepted.  Caft Pierrot - Comfortable atmosphere  with warm, helpful -vlaff. Homemade  pastas, quiches and daily specials are  all prepared wilh the (reshest ingredients - both healthful and delicious. Our  whole wheat bread and scrumptious  desserts are baked fresh daily, on the  premises. Outside dining, take out  orders for Ihe beach and cappucino are  available. The Coasls's bistro...as  unique as the Coast itself. Monday to  Saturday, 9 am - 5 pm. Closed Sunday.  Teredo Square, Sechell. Phone ahead  for your lunch! 8��'i*y%2..  Dir Lebanea Restaurant - Now open in  (iibsons l'ark Plaza, Hwy. 1-J1. I.unch  and Dinner features include Chicken,  Deef, l.amb and Vejjetanan dishes,  Shishkebabs, Talafels, Cappuccino,  Pspresso and Desserts. Open 7 days a  week, 10 am - 11 pm. Tat in or lake-out.  Catering for parties and weddings. 88ft-  ^72. everything we make is made  with love!  Hsld-A-Way Rttawmt Bring the whole  family and join us for great dining at  the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in (iibsons  Motor Inn on I fwy. 101 at Park Rd. Our  Irjendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your en|oy-  ment of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section. We're open Mon -  1 hurs Wl) am to 8 pm, Fri - Sal 530 9  pm and Sunday KJO am 8 pm. Our  Sunday buffet (ll am 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes and  desserts. Tat to your heart's content.  Reservations 886-4501, 53 seals plus  banquet room.  The Omega Pirn, Sink and Lobster Houtt  - With a perfect view of (iibsons  Marina, and a good time atmosphere,  the Omega is a people-watcher s paradise. You'll often see Bruno Gerussl,  former star of the Beachcombers, dining here. Menu includes piz/a, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and seafixtd  are their specialties. Banquet facilities  available, very special children's menu.  Reservations recommended. Located in  (iibsons Harbour at 281 Gower Point  Rd. 886-22ft8. Open for lunch Mon. -  l*ri., 1 hlO * 2..T0; dinner daily 4 -9 pm,  fri. fcSat., 'til 10 pm.  Village Restaurant - Cozy family style  cafe with an extensive menu featuring  special pasta dishes, steak and seafood  dinners. Come in and check out our  daily lunch and dinner specials or have  breakfast anytime. Saturdays are Prime  Rib nights, fully licensed. Open 7 days  a week, Mon. - Thurs., 7 am to 8 pm;  Fri,, Sal. <fe Sun., 7 am to 9 pm. tfftftr-  Cowrie Street, .Sechell. HH5-9flll. Visa <fe  Mastercard accepted.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Creek House - Intimate dining and  Ruropean cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. We serve rack of  lamb, duck, crab, clams, scallops,  steaks, also daily specials. Reservations  recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9.121. Open 6  ��m. Closed Mondays it Tuesdays. Visa  Mastercard. 40 scats.  New China Kitchen ��� Now open IN 11II  (.IHSONS PARK PI A/A, 1100 IIWY.  101. Come enjoy our (iourmel Chinese  nutlet featuring over Ift hot dishes plus  salad bar 4 dessert. Also featuring two  tull service menus including Canadian  Cuisine. I.unch or Dinner. I icensed  premises, dining facilities for meetings,  banquets .ind parties. 1 lours: Sunday *  Ihursday 11:10 am    10 om. Triday 4  Saturday, 11:10 am    11-to pm, luiuh  buffet 11:10 am 2:10 pm, dinner buffet  4:.K) om 8:10 pm. Tor reservations call  88ft 1028. Viw/Mastercard accepted.  The Wharf Open for breakfast, lunch  and dinner seven days a week.  Hrealhtaiking ocean view.and sunsets  from every fable. Continental cuisine  and SL-afotxl at its best. Sunday Hninch  from 8 am 2 om. Fully licensed and  air conditioned. Dinner reservations  recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Ray.  OUr*.   *a*lDC ' *   yPuh   Fnjoy the natural beauty  of |ervis Inlet while tasting one of our  many homeslvle specialties in the pub;  or the casual surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger"  is a challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub l,*cated 1/2 mile north  of f-gmohlon Maple Road.  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub Great food  every day all day. Appetizers and full  menu alone with terrific daily specials,  available Til 9 pm every night. We're  known for our great atmosphere and  gixxl limes. Sun. - Ihurs. open 'til midnight, Fri. k Sal. open 'til 1 am. Visa,  Mastercard and reservations accepted.  886-8171.  Irvine 1 Landing Pub - Dinner menu offers  a variety of appetizers and entrees featuring local produce and fresh seafood  in a relaxed setting with ocean view.  Average dinner for Iwo, $.10. We're  now open 7 days a week 11 -11 with our  kitchen open from 11 10. Pender  Harbour, 881-IMS Mastercard & Visa.  Fully licensed.  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn - Located nn the water  front, enjoy the view of Fasl Porpoise  Bay. Relax and experience Ihe deck  wh'ich is now open for lunch and din-  ner.Observc the tranquil ducks and  geese or dine bv moonlight with a candle at your table, lo savor Ihis superb  dining experience, reservations are  required For dinner. TuNy licenced.  Hours, Wednesday- Saturday. I.unch  11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm. 88<-1847.  Crtei PtiWppe at Bonniebrook Lodgs. Open  Chef l-hifippe formerly of fhe Roof  restaurant at the Holel'Vancnuver is  now a^ Bonniebrook. We have fine  West Ciwst cuisine prepared from fresh  B.C.. ingredients, an extensive wine list  and expert service, intimate dining in  the I lentage I odge dining nx>m with a  superb view of Ihe Georgia Strait and  the surrounding shoreline. Watch the  sunset Irom your lable. Fake a stroll  along the beach after dinner. Follow  (iower Point Road to Ocean Beach  Fspl.inade. Reservations recommended  88&-2188. Visa, Master-card. Full  licensed. (>pen 530 lo 9:10 pm, 7 days a  week.  El Nino - Dine in the finest (Kean view  restaurant in (iibsons I anding. Savour  the delights of fresh seafood from  around Ihe world. Our extensive  Dinner Menu includes fresh seaftxxj in  our soup, salad, hot or cold appetizers,  main courses and pastas. Other entrees  include sleak, veal, chicken and lamb.  Caesar salad for two and flambi*  desserts are preparecd at your table-  side. Our lunch menu contains sandwiches and burgers. Sunday buffet  brunch is served from 11:10 am 2:30  pm 512.9*1 I unch hours; Thurs thru  Mon 11:10 - 2:10. Dinner hours: Wed  thru Mon 4:10 - 9:30. CLOSED I UF.S-  DAYS. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886*3891.  Lord Jim 1 Rteort Hotel - A tranquil view  of Ihormanby Islands and Malaspina  Strait set the theme fort beautiful night  out. rriendly, courteous staff, fine  international cuisine, special desserts,  comfortable surroundings, and soft  music add up lo make yours a night to  remember. We feature daily dinner  specials as well as our popular "tabic d'  note". Summer hours Monday through  Sunday 8:00- 2:00, 6:00- 10:00. Visa,  Mastercard, American F.xpress.  Reservations recommend. 88?- 71118  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Erato * Omni Drift to - Take oul, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads, burgers, chicken, desseits, drinks, ice cream.  Free home delivery within 4 miles,  after Fpm only, on $10 minimum  orders. Small charge lor orders under  $10.1 Iwy. 101. Gibsons. SHfi-7813.  I'mil very recently, the peace  Rivet Country of IK' was an  HH I knew nothing much about  beyond a few sketchy facts - far  northern wheat farming, oil*  drilling and teeth chattering cold  winters (icngraphically, Ihe  Peace is actually part of Alberta  and probably would be except  for Ihe shims of some border  Committee. Politically, it shares  lhal province'! most adamant  adheivnce lo the far right wing.  It was not the soil of place I had  any overwhelming desire lo  visit.  Then, a few months back,  Yvonne and I began to work on  a book together, involving  unjustly-neglected characters  and events in BC's I'm Hading  past. I soon came to realize that  the Peace River and its environs  formed a vital and integral part  of the far-flung saga.  ll was by way of the Peace  that Alexander Mackenzie, in  1793, first crossed the Rockies  and made his trailblazing journey to the Pacific. Fifteen years  later, Simon Fraser, following in  his predecessor's footsteps,  established the earliest forts in  whal Is now mainland BC,  before battling his way down the  treacherous river that bears his  name. Fraser dubbed Ihe land  beyond the mountains, New  Caledonia. The territory  abounded in beaver and was  destined lo become an important  Ghost Fort ul McLeod Luke  part of Ihe Hudson Bay Company's far western empire.  The Peace River Country was  more than just a name lo me  now. It was central lo our  research and my interest in the  area began lo perk up considerably. We had no immediate  plans for visiting the Peace at  ihis early point, however. Then  something happened to change  all thai.  By a serendipitous stroke of  fate, I was asked lo read at  Northern Lights College in Fort  St. John and Chetwynd. Expenses would be paid. Suddenly, a  Irip to the Peace had become a  practical reality. Yvonne and I  began to make plans. Once  again we would be forging north  - this time under different circumstances and o quite a different destination. Poetry is a notoriously ill-paying business bul  jtk��*mi%  QMM IN THEr^ARDENJ  ���tef^pj^*^-**  The Festival of the Written Arts presents  Two Sunday afternoon concerts of light classics  performed by  Festival Players Canada  June 14 and June 21 ��� 2 PM  In the Festival Pavilion at Rockwood Centre  Comrrls s|ioiisiirrilby Super Valu  and The Niiiiimrrsl Mall Mrii haul- Assoiliilliin  Tlckeis $10.00 from the Festival Box office at Rockwood Centre  Telephone HtWiUxtl Fax 885-3907 Visa and Mastercard accepted  GIFTS OF A  Sometimes graduation celebrations get out  of hand. People drink, and then drive, and  risk everyone's life and future. You can help  prevent that risk by giving your favourite  grad the gift of a lifetime. A safe and sober  ride home.  POUCE ROADCHECKS  MAY 29-JUNE 7  DRINKING DRIVING  CCXJNTERAIEACK  occasionally, there are unexpected dividends.  Initially, Yvonne is somewhat dubious aboul driving  north into what normally, at fliis  time of year, would be snowbound conditions and icy highways. My contact    in Fort St. John  assures us, however, that the salubrious F.I Nino  wind has brought  an early spring to  their remote country too. Reassured, we load up  the car and set out  very early one  mild Tuesday morning.  Having just read Simon leaser's journals, we pay closer than  usual attention to ihe rougher  stretches of the Canyon and  imagine those early explorers  inching their hazardous way  along the cliffs.  We push on through the  Cariboo, resplendent wilh new  growth in Ihe clement weather  and slop briefly near the site of  vanished Fort Alexandria where  Mackenzie, heeding Native  '/ soon came to  realize that the  Peace River  formed a vital  part of the far-  flung saga'  I'rier Trower photo  warnings, wisely terminated his  journey down Ihe Fraser River  in 1793. We reach Prince  George on schedule near nightfall and find lodgings at an odd,  ostentatious motel with enough  vegetation growing in the lobby        and elsewhere to  slock an arboretum. The place  looks like a biosphere.  We rise the next  morning lo find Ihe  temperature has  dropped noticeably. Scraping the  frost off the car  windows, we set  out lo try and find Ihe spot  where Fort George once stood.  We know the approximate sit of  the long-gone fur-trading post  from which this sprawling city  grew. It sat al the confluence of  the Nechako River and Ihe Fraser. But there is nothing there  now except a small park in the  heart of a drab industrial area.  Disappointed, we return to Ihe  car and head north again. From  this point on, we are entering  unfamiliar territory.  New clay, textile  courses offered  Capilano College has  announced a new direction for  the Clay and Textile Arls Program beginning September  1992.  A new full-time, two-year  Textile Arts Program is being  introduced.  The core courses will include  studies in loom weaving,  tapestry, off loom techniques,  felling, papermaking, textile  surface design, including all  printing and dyeing techniques.  These sludio courses will be  augmented by key foundation  courses, such as Design, Drawing and Art History.  This will be the only program in Western Canada and  anticipates attracting students  with a very strong commitment  to studying textiles in a full two-  year diploma program.  The intention will be to  develop a major introductory  Textile Arts Program which will  enable students to continue iheir  BFA studies al other institutions  or alternatively lo establish Iheir  own textile studios.  Courses in ceramics will now  be offered through the Capilano  College Studio Art program.  ing lo concentrate on Cermic  Studies.  However, the intention is thai  ceramics will soon be integrated  more fully into ihe two-year  Sludio Art Program.  Interviews will be held  through May 27. For further  information, please contact the  Art Departmenl al 984-4911.  Gibsons Legion  Branch #109  Keat *>  NCRIB  _       Saturdays  MIMlim UNO QUESTS WILCINE  /        formerly        V  \Miss Gibsons Pageant/  SAT. MAY 30,1992  7:30 PM  at Elphinstone  Secondary School Gym  Tickets Available At  WISHFUL THINKING {Lower Gibsons)  SAYWARD BOOKS (Sunnycrest Mall)  $8.00 General Admission  $5.00 Seniors 6/ CliiUren linidrr 12)  m  . -> Coast News, May 25, 1992  13  leisure  Celebrating the founding  of Gibsons 106 years ago  Upstairs at the Elphinstone  Pioneer Museum in Lower (iibsons, Ihere are life-sized photographic cutouts of George and  Charlotte Gibfon. George slands  in gumbools and sou'wester, his  aging face turned toward the  wind. Charlotte in her shawl is  beside him; her square jaw is  grimly set and reflects the hardships of life as a pioneer wife  who raised eight children in an  age when labour-saving devices  were unknown.  George was a character. Horn  in Lincoln, England in 1829, he  went to sea at age 12. After he  retired from the Royal Navy  wilh the rank of Lieutenant, he  emigrated to North America. He  married Augustus Charlotte  Purdee in Michigan in 1959.  Some source! believe he spent  time on Ihe Mississippi as a  river boatman, prior to moving  lo Ontario to become a successful market gardener and family  man.  In 1885 ihe lure of colony  life on Vancouver Island  brought George and two of his  sons to Victoria. Ihey moved on  to Vancouver and began working on the waterfront. Charlotte  and the other children followed  George to Vancouver after the  completion of ihe Canadian  Pacific Railway that year.  George actually served some  time as a Vancouver alderman.  During the spring of 1886,  DavensCdy  presents  American Me  Starring James Olmos  11                               Hated Restricted  1              SHOWTIMES  ��� Fri. May 22 through Thurs. May 28th  ��� Fri. & Sat. - 7 & 9:00 pm  H       Sun. - Thurs - one showing at 8:00pnr daily  ��� IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT  H                             Introducing  ��� Matinee Performances  | every third Saturday, effective May 23rd, at 2:00pm  H      TICKET PRICES  H       .'   Adulls $6 ���  H     /  Students $4.%  H      Seniors & Children  Hnv Under Twelve $3  ik ii  COMING  ATTRACTION  WISECRACKS  Rated 14 yrs. Ltd. admission  May 31-June 4th  Ravens cry Theatre  Located at House Of Hewhiwus, Sechelt BC  PHONE NUMBER  885-4673  George and his two sons,  George and Ralph, were making  their way by boat from Nanaimo  when they were blown off  course. They sought shelter in a  small bay at the southern end of  Keats Island and the following  morning ihey explored the bay  inside the headland.  George and his sons were  impressed with the land they  saw.  In May of 1886 George laid a  'pre-emption' claim to 160 acres  of land which included the land  where Molly's Reach and the  Marina House now stand. His  sons also laid claim to adjoining  lands. The name 'Gibson's  Landing' was formally adopted  in 1907 and was not changed to  'Gibsons' until 1947.  Heritage Week  The founding of the community was celebrated during Heritage Week (May 18- 24) in  Gibsons. Several events sponsored by Ihe Elphinstone Pioneer Museum and the Gibsons  Heritage Society were designed  to remind us of our roots and  our pioneering history.  There is a display of sludenis' stories and pioneer photos by the Gibsons Landing Heritage Society in Ihe Sunnycrest  Mall. The stories were entries lo  the BC Heritage Contest by  Gibsons elementary students.  Stories by Coralee Zueff and  Dawn Ingram were both chosen  as provincial winners.  Wednesday saw judges Nora  Hill, Jack Inglis and H. Woods,  accompanying Elphinstone  Museum curator Lola Westell,  as they toured upper and lower  Gibsons in search of the best  decorated window with a heritage theme, best costume and  best decorated store or business.  The best window was awarded  to The Landing General Store;  best costume went to Chicos  and the best overall ribbon and  trophy was awarded to Coast  Books.  On Sunday, a Heritage Tea  was held in celebration of  George Gibsons' first landing  on this site 106 years ago.  Canadian Star Carson Cole  plays at  Carson Cole is appearing at Elphie's Cabaret  Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 28, 29  ****** ***' ADVERTISEMENT  ELPHIE'S CABARET  Elphie's Cabaret presents The  Carson Cole Band, just back from  touring with Colin James. This 25  year old has dynamic stage  presence which has captivated fans.  The band plays a wide range of  music that Carson refers to as  I leartkind Rock'n Roll, and for a  change of pace will include a little  country rock.  Carson just released his debut  single called "Give Me A Reason".  Which has played on Much Music,  Video Hits and in many top  Canadian nightclubs.  The former Brownficld, Alta.,  native has signed with Bumstead  Productions, the management  company that oversees the careers  of k.d. lang and Colin James.  "It's a classic rock and roll voice,  and in many ways Carson Cole makes  classic rock anil roll music: high-  energy, haul edged and unpretentious"  -John Mackic, the Vancouver Sun  Elphie's Cabaret is open  Wednesday through Saturday  8:0()p.m - 2:()0a.m   886-3336  NEW?  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL  US!  Helen Milburn        886-8676      Huth Bulpit 885-5847  NanNanson 886-3416      Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  OONT  -LEAVE-  VUKKJES BEMNO  \*\ Put yaikklet In their place!  SPECIAL DINNER  APPETIZERS  Continued through  to the end 0/ Moy.  Tuna  Salmon  H9IM ���  BC  California  Futomaki  Kappa  aStStSZSlaSZ/l/t  wllw  Seafood ^fouae  for SENIORS, on TOTAL FOOD BILL  LAST WEEK OF EVERY MONTH!  DINNI K HOI US  WpilnaasilrfV lo Monil.i  I   ill    <>.(()  I UNCH HOI IKS  riiuruliiv In Moiidiiv  1 1   ill - 2:M)  HOOK YOUR SPECIAL PARI\  AT LL NINO  CALL VS TOR DLTAHS  886-3891  %9?  95  RAVEN'S CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  for the performing arts  Sunshine Coast Choristers  IN CONCERT 8:00 PM     TICKETS: $7.00  Fri. & Sat., May 29th & 30th  mmaWaa\maaWammWaywaa^^  THE CENTENNIAL SINGERS  Saturday, June 6 spm tickets: $8.oo  rChe &oost Academy of  ^ance and ^fine Arts  SUNDAY, JUNE 7th  3:30pm  Sechelt Elementary School Choir  WED. JUNE 10th at 6:30pm  FREE!  Coastdance Theatre School  Performance  SUNDAY, JUNE 28th, 4:30pm  Tickets: $5.00  Watch for the return of  Claire de Lune  with an afternoon  CHILDREN'S SHOW  and an evening of  CAJUN MUSIC  Saturday, July 11th  For your convenience you now can purchase  tickets at Reflections in Madeira Park  883 2545  and Sayward Books in Gibsons-886 3626  Call box office for information: 885 4673 14  Coast News, Monday, May 25, 1^92  AUTOMOTIVE  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  IndiatrU     AUTOMOTIVE       Marin.  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  Ittbl Hwy. Illl. Gibsons, B.C. HHt.HIOI  ���'"   '"   h-ta Ml   g-h Sin'   lU-t/  (604) 885-7576^  Messages 885-5281  KITT EVANS  Construction  II Ttlan kl fOUHD*I10NS ��� nUUHHW ��� RENOVATIONS  siMb6Aif flhi AIKCIUUWJU. Lift   >>   Daaatnaaaa tm-Mctlori HclHty  KALTTIRi  If we sell it...we guarantee it!  5830 Wnarf Road, Sechelt ��� 885-7927  14 i m iMERGENCV SMVtCE   MMM4  f**j        -J I,,r tin. RnrJiiiig t,��nh  mi im |R|  Eric's Drywall  fliir tts .i caff  88r>-()()r)2  SECHELT RADIATORS ���  SS ( ntiililctv < iMilmu System Serrue Centre  ���Ha^p-r-r-a ],,,,,,,,,, iijii.  ( TeTJpilr* nVpllnWiil.. ISmh EwS"i (las Tank's  AITtKS TRICKS TRACTORS INIII STRIAl MARINE  New. Hard S k. hull - hi k up & IMIvny  4349 S.C. Hwy.      '   Across from Sunsliine (iM  Mon. - Sat  88S-798(.  T.A.C.  Electrical & Plumbing  Residential ��� Commercial  Water Heaters * Electric Heat  Conti.-iclois Lie NO 6644  886-3344 ��� 886-3364  ARCHITECTS  r Swtiut ZWfau *7�� 1ft*% Individual ��i{utifU  ' - aa vr'i  CuitomHomes - Renovations- Additions  tr 3kt . PH-Jie call: David Eaton  R a Kevin Ryan  ^���.��Ti1 W6-2H1/737-01M  COAST Hantaan ot tha Anhlttcturil  ARCHITECTURAL GROUP****-**0'*--*--,  If you lAM-ri- .iiIimi lisinc] li��-t  VOIl'll    !��������    I f'.KllIK)    iltlOIlt  ynurstilf - And %o would  IE.  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  direct  DRYWALL  SYSTEMS  Residential ��� Commercial  BOARD S1EEI S1U0S  SPRAY 886-8657     CUSIOM CEIUNOS  Oerald R. MeConnell Ron Hovden  .    (eel) 250*5073         (eel) 644-5767  P.ENINSU.LA Glass  & Aluminum  706 Hwy. IOI,  Gibsons 886-8580  ,24hr. Commercial Emergency    886-8414.  CONCRETE SERVICES  Reo Controctinq  Drywall. Vinyl & Cedar Siding  mil imiviiiis  Robert (Bob) Osborn  uiaSwns. i.e. \un no hbo-9551  r I. NAOILL COHTMCTDf 0 ^  All types of concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broorfled,  exposed aggregate finishing.  ^ Quality Concrete Work  pb���mnn J  1  Bit or Small We Do Them All  G & S DRYWALL  FREE ESTIMATES  For Al! Your Drywall Needs  Please Call: 886-9204  QIBSONS S6ND  & GRfiVEL LTD.  ML        **-*��    w Office: 886 8511  Smd r.rijTTluHlSaiaYrliir.ldrlivrrK'i   lla.ul.ijj        ���*~*nll.    IOO   71  17  UOatVaNateuCaUaat, pad ���"���z2'7117  Res: 885-2008  M J J. Vinyl Siding  r-jn,  3  Soffits, PASIA, Shutters  CEDAR SIDING  Fred Cocker PO Box 1596  (UmMoude) Sechelt, B.C.  Phone 88*i -6065  V0N3A0/  CONSTRUCTION '  RiatarrtsCirHi.aC.  Rr si.trnlia.1 &  'imimrrcial ('(instruction  Kt-nmulions  ��� Additions  ^   Laurie Lacovetsky * 885-2887   J  Swanson's   Dispatch ���  865-9666  Ready Mi> Lid  .���/......mu      i     i        fin        ���  1615-53331 [mhn\  3 Batch Rants on me Sunshine Coast  Gibsons Sechell Pender Harbour  Bo�� 172, S417 Burnet Rd, Sechelt  ROOFING  Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial & residential rooting  ESTIMATES 886*2087 ever. owm-STd  f A �� T ENTERPRISES: Conetruollon Servleee A  Serving The Coesl Since IW5  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  asa-aata  t. wono. ion 7n. 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HclalnlnB  1 iinslru. iMin                  QHllli ^^  ^4 him ii "" 886-8538 mm  i Mitvu.1 Idl 220*8767 tiinsinvsnt:..  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  G. NOLTE CONTRACTING  Backhoe Service.  GERD NOLTE  V^TEL:886-3ai6     Mobile 1*328��084iy  (Fastrac BACKHOE  SEIVICE  ��� StPTIC MELDS  ��� 1'HAINAt.} DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� wa rm LINES  ��� CUtAMNG  cCS  ^  Cot 4IS 4X4  Steve Jones    886*8269  r  CENTURY ROCK ^  Eft      8855910  Land Clearing 885-3469  Demolition 886-8053  Slump Removal . ^       n  Site Development F-vrh^w  Roads -^  Free Estimates  ^ll&P  EXCA'  HEATING  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  886-3558 \%]l\  CELLULAR ,.Li?.4l,&*  240-6314   j*^  Wa dig tha Sunahlna Coasl)  Furnaces, Fireplaces, Hot Water Tanks,  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  Call NOW 114*7111  'SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTO.f^j  GAS* PELLET* WOOD  Complete Sales 8t Installations  SHOWROOM Open Tuea.-Sat.  5631 Wharf Rd.. 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CONTRACTING  ��� Roofing * Insulation * Painting  Concrete * Vinyl Siding  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  ��  CONTOUR  _    Quality Supply & Installation  "      Ceramic Tile, Carpet & Blinds  .SHOWROOM 851 HWY. 101-GIBSONS- B.C. - PH/FAX: 886-31S3L/  SPOT-LESS PAINTING  & WALLPAPERING  ��� Inleiioi/Extetlor  ��� Pressure Wnshlnq  ��� Specially Wall Finishes  FflEE ESTIMATES  883-9843  V  A Complete  Asphalt Service  FREE ESTIMATES  TRI-CITY PAVING LTD.  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  PLANT SITE PORPOISE BAY RD.  TELEPHONE 885-2726 SECHELT B.C.  PETER J. SUGARS  Custom Cabinets  Kitchens ��� Bathrooms ��� Mlllwork  shop 886-8615    *    res. 886-2231  A VII* Store  Furniture .Land  Highway 101, Box 2S49. Sechell. B.C. VON 3A0  i Telephone (604) 885-5756 ��� Fax (604) 885-2756 .  D & B CRANE RENTAL  Phone: 884-5266  Night: 885-7085  fSECHEL T PRESSURE WASHINQ\  ���Free Estimates  > Fully Insured To Do Cedar Roofs  and Vinvl Sidino.  Call: John Lnutier  885-2612  8TON UFT - HOOK HEIGHT 65'  15TON UFT - HOOK HEIGHT 80>  Tht* olma whan ������fl *fn*iB  you madam ������MVfUCaW  J  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS t BATHROOMS ���  886-9411  Callular  6444907  f.        II        RENOVATIONS WITH     "  ^  VihPnlD        *T0UCH 0F class  p/V* Me    COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL  IMPKOV7ER M5^  Lm HALFMOON BMf  /TPRECISE PAINTING & PIASTERS  ��� AllPhuaofDrywtll  ��� Coa-npfcte Custom Paiating  ��� Rr & Ween Dennfe *.    .  ��� Joumtymen WorkiMMhlp  Netle Venn  88c>0928 Ptwhtl���M.       *  886-9I99 7  - ��-������������  amam  mm Coast News, May 25, 1992  15  sports  eoettgelf  aimiaarattkaatim  The Monday Mined 1 wilighlers played a lic-lac-loe format this  pasl week. Isobel Cowley and l-arry Boyd tied wilh Rose Webster  and Sandy Hagar, both learns scoring 17. Maureen l-artridge and Walt  Paulafer had a score of 16, as did Marg Arbuckle and Ed Brenton.  Howard Webster and Us Cowley won "low purls" wilh 16. followed  by Evelyn Cooper and Bill Bader wiih 18.  The Third leam ladies played at University Club May 12. They  enjoyed that fine course in lovely weather bul failed to win Ihe competition. On the same day the rest of the ladies played iheir regular  round at home wiih the following tesulls: 1st Right - Carol Skytte  (70), Jean Dean (74), Phyl Hendy (74); 2nd Right - Peggy Srrlall  (72), Rita Hincks (72), Marg Skelcher (72); 3rd Right - Edith Woodman (71), Helen Milburn, Sr. (71), Hazel Wright (73): 4th Right -  I.orina Crawford (65), Henny Hagedorn (68), Betty Laidlaw (71).  Eighty-Two members arid guests played a Scotch Pinehurst formal  on Thursday Senior Men's day.  The two-man team of Bill Utteiback and Cieorge Cooper were the  winners, followed by George Townsend and Harry Johnson in second  place and Art Manning and Bill Bader in third. The "tee" award went  to Jay Visser, Joe Mollis, Ed Matfiews and guesl. Hairy Johnson'won  "closest lo the pin."  Cold Beer &  Cider To Go!  rooms  A Gilllgan's Wet Sox player  slides in for a homer, bul the  team went on to defeat at the  hands of Wild Wind in Men's  Softball action at Hackett  Park Wednesday.  Regular league games are  played Monday and Wednesday evenings.  Joel Johnstone photo  ( AQUA BLAST  POWER WASH  HOME/COMMERCIAL  HOT/COLD WATER  iPaqurt? 885-5111      Evtt 885-59507  Mmi��$$$  )SALES & INSTALLATION LTD.  J7ia�� Floor Store al Your Door  With Free fir- Home Shopping  Mardwixxl ��� Ceramics ��� Wall Tiles ��� Glass Tiles  Area Rugs ��� Carpets ��� linoleum ��� Floor Tiles ��� Marble  (.lass lllocks  HHSJS82 ��� HHMWfiR/Mull    Sal V W��� SIK) pm  ShowciHim 4349 Hwy. I0I Wilsun Creek  LANDSCAPING  &  buccaneer  ,Marina tf Resort Ltd  Located in Secrel Cove 885-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS ?i YEARS  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K & C Thermoglass &^^ V1"****-!*  Cobra Boats now   P���     '���-* V^k.*  In-Stock  l,',M;WiJ;V  "outboards  J3S2  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE)  Custom Cutting - Planing  Bevel Siding - Posts & I  S & G TREE SERVICE  *Vajoi  I  Topping ��� Trimming 'Pruning ��� Brush Chipper  Danger Tree Removal  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Yeais Eaperience  885-3897  Chris Nipper 886-3468  R.fl.M, S6, C78,  Qlbsons. B.C. VON IVO  & Beams   ^.lAJ  MARINE SERVICES  O.M<-  ,    . COOT- ���  i"'0'1 L   ,     a  ��� S.ili Water Licences iJ, '-, ,���  /*H***a*F****'  " Motel A Campsites * Water Taxi *^ i  ,. * Mariiw Kep.urs'       * lie and T.��|jje        B83-22I.6 J  STIHL  CHAINSAWS  & TRIMMERS  Kl  1  1 Y'S  i   li,'  \ii 'i\ MM'   (  1 1 \IV- \\\  Sales and Service  731 North Road, Gibsons ��� 886-2912  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  Enclinlve Dealcrinip to tn��  SumMneCoutfoi  Yamaha  Outboards.  Exceptional quality  at an exceptionally  low price.  Vmahi'i new  liom Drive  Trees Itee Service  Tree Surgeon 4   884-5263 (24 hrs.)  ��� Pinning /vi,.'*   .,    .loueine  ���Shaping fc^l-ffii* Topping  'Removal ^~.*j^;-land Clearing  ruiiviniuitd We Buy Timber i.p-cirh. b��i J  POOLS & SPAS  PRECISE LEISURE PRODUCTS  COTTRELLS rl ww.,��,���,  MAR.aaaaE   s.nvic.   L 3      sionaci  8(16 3005 ,.,',"!,'��"'."*"  PETER WINOHELD  MI027 CONAN FT.gO.  S0WIN ISUm  M7M41  Tell Fiee M7MMI  MOLtaSMI  Nrtekle Watei Taeke  19-1,000 |ale.  Nile, ttivlet, Aecteeeilee^  Sunshine Coast  Men's Softball  standings  . DIVISION 1     OP W  L   T   PTS  BAYSIOE  MILLERS       2    2   0  0   4  WAKEFIELD  INN 110   0   2  TRAIL BAY  SPORTS        110   0   2  GILLIGANS  WET SOX   .2    1    10   2  BA 1  BLACKTOP    1     0    10   0  WELDWOOD  LOGGING      2    0   2   0   0  DIVISION 2 OP W  L   T PTS  CREEKERS 2    2   0   0 4  WARRIORS 2     110 2  CEDARS  PUB 2    110 2  WILDWIND  l.(X3GING 2    110 2  MAZDA 10   10 0  FREDS  AUTOBODY 2    0   2   0 0  Mon Time Ht. Ft. | Tuee Time Ht. Fl | Wed Tk��e Ht R | Ttnirs Ttrta* ML PI  12:55 14.1  25    8:10 7.9  MO    1:20 10.2  6:30 8.1  Fri   Time Hi. Ft.  3:00 136  29  10:25 3.2  FR    5:50 135  10:40 10.8  1:30  139  26  8:45  6.7  IU  2:55  108  7:35  9.0  Set  Time  Hi Fi  3:30 13 6  30  1100 2.1  SA    6 35 14 3  11:30 11.1  1:55 138  27    9 20 5 6  WE    4 05 11.7  8:45 98  Sun   Time HI Ft  4:10 137  31 11:40 1.2  SU     7:20     149  2:25 137  28    950 4.3  TH    5:00 12.7  945 10.4  a  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson   '�� siaa*..*.* atmm am, . _  _      ..,    _.       .   , _., 1 ha 40min piu. Smin. loaeechll otilae  Pacific Standard Time  Tide I .il'lt-s couiten oi  PRONTO'S  FINE DINING RESTAURANTS  Gibeona ��� HWi-KIW  Sechell ��� KKS-l'il1)   NEW 1992   24V WINNEBAGO SUNDANCER 400  On Now Ford Chassis $��Q qq^P0  2 week special only        SjaJJJ  NEW 1992  9'6" NORTHERN LITE FULL SIZE  Fiberglass Camper- Shower Model ��j<f4 Jrtrtoo|   Introductory Price  '$12,490fl  Happy Holiday Motorhome  Rentals. Sales & Service Ltd.  phone: 866-9025 Or 886-8481  1991 Bicycle  Gear Out Sale!!!  (This Sale in effect while stocks last)  Mountain Bikes  91 oi ant Boulder ATX     1  reg 659.95 Hit SS9.9S    91 Giant 890i  All Terrain /  Fitness Bikes  ��� Intense Red / Black ��� ATX-l Full Cro-moly Frame  ��� Suntour XC Comp Shifters ��� Suntour X-l Derailleurs  ��� Dla Compe Brakeset ��� Araya CV-7 Alloy Rims  ���Men's 18" Frame.  91 GIANT sedona  reg 565.95 Sile 479.95  Men's 16" & 20" Frame ��� Mediterranean Blue ��� Full  Cro-moly Frame ��� Shimano Rapid Fire Shifters ���  Shimano 400LX SIS Derailleurs ��� Shimano M454 a  SLR Brakeset ��� Araya RX-7 Alloy Rims  91 Giant iguana  reg 485.95 Sale 409.95  Women's 16.5" Frame ��� Cranberry ��� Full Cro-moly  Frame ��� Suntour XC LTD Express Shifters ��� Suntoui  XCM Index Derailleurs * Dla Compe XCM I SS 5  Brakeset ��� Araya VP-20 Alloy Rims  91 Giant Acapulco  reg 309.95 sale 259.95  Men's 16" & 18" Frame ��� Black / Sapphire��High  Tensile Steel Frame ��� Shimano MY-20 Index Shifters  ��� Shimano SIS Derailleurs ��� Alloy Brakeset  ��� Alesa 421 Alloy Rims  Youth Series  91 Giant Pudd'n  reg  165.00  Girl's 9" Frame  Pink ��� c/w Training Wheels  sale 139.95  91 Giant Animator  reg  165.00 Sale 139.95  Boy's 9" Frame ��� Red ��� c/w Training Wheels  reg 1119.95 Sale 799.95  Men's 22" Fiame .Pearl White / Chaicoal ��� Caibon  Fiber Fiame ��� Shimano ST-M070 Shilters ��� Shimano  Deore LX Derailleurs ��� Shimano Deore IX Brakeset  ��� Araya RM-17 Alloy Rims  91 giant Prodigy  reg 609.95 sale 509.95  Men's 20" Frame ��� Silver Ice ��� Full Cro-moly liame  ��Shimano Rapid Fiie Shifters ��� Shimano 500 LX SIS  Derailleurs ��� Shimano M650 & SLR Riakeset  ��� Arrays vx 300 Alloy Rims.  91 GIANT Nutra  reg 379.95 Sale 319.95  Men's 20" am) ?? Fiame ��� Scarlet and Black  ��� Cro-moly Main lubes ��� Suntour XCT Express Shilters  ��� Suntour XC I Index Detailleius ��� Dla Compe XC r A  394P Brakeset ��� Welnmnnn Alloy Rims  Racing / Road Bikes  91 Giant Allegro  reg 719.95 Sale 599.95  Scarlel ��� Full Cro-moly Fiame ��� Shimano RX100 SIS  Shifters ��� Shimano RX100 SIS Derailleurs ��� Shimano  RX100 �� SLR Brakeset ��� Wolber GTX Alloy Rims  91 Giant Excursion  reg 929.95 Sale 789.95  Men's 22" Frame ��� Plum ��� Full Cio-tnoly Frame��  Shimano ST-M050 Shifters * Shimano Deore LX  Derailleurs ��� Shimano M650 & SLR Riakeset * Araya  VX-400 Rims ���    j.  The Manager says; 16 Coast News, May 25, 1992  'wec^  Pay for 2 inserts c��*��* ��������� <��*"-g| ��"#����� KSSX  4 inserts #TO #? #?/ -S SachGJ��sceB  1    Homes &  Property  '���\  Stillwater. South Powell Rrvei  Basement home, view, beach.  $89,900487 9334 u  1/2 aoe view lot. southern eapo  suie. wen Weed, gentle slope.  $80000 886-7641 ��22W  2 Ddrm home on 6 acies with  1008 sq h shop in Welcome  Woods area A must see 885-  0950 H22w  New, 3 odim. oy owner. 1250 sq  'i w/douOie gaiage. 21 bams.  fireplace, vaulted ceiling, corner  lol. apo 60.120 NoGSr No  agents Gibsons $138,500. 886  3'38 ��2l  House wilh workshop on 1 6  aces Gibsons aiea ideal loi  *<obby 'aim Close lo school and  snooping centres Enquire Bo.  376. c/o Coast News. Bo. 460.  Gibsons. BC VON IVO      WW  "ACREAGE NEAR SECRET  COVE" Serviced, eaiy beach  access$67,500 1-22MIJO  SS  3 bdrm 2 level home, I t/2 baths,  30'nl5' workshop in Madeira  Park. $87,000 l-874-0960��21cn  By owner. Twin Oaks Strata  Townhouse with attached carpal  Two bdrm . lame sloiage room,  patio, appis A window coverings  $94,900 Phone 886-3460 all.  6pm. ��21w  Large Lot in Selma Paik 3 bdim,  2 balh. 2 l/p, 4 in-law suite.  $145,000 885-5489 evenings, ss  1     Homes &  Property  QAMBCRa-SUNO  1118,000 Over I Kie ot unique  semrwateilionl with 2 bdrm.  log cabin, sundeck, (hop and  carport, t/2 acie fenced with  gardens and hull trees. 686-  4917 No agenls pleasai.    TFN  2 1/2 acre seiviced lol loi ul*.  near Secret Cove. 224-6180   94  View lol. water, hydro. $42,000  lum Chambeilrn & Centtal, Gibsons 886-9049 ss  Stulwater. Soulh Powell River  Basement home. view, beach,  $98000 4879334 u  New quality built home. YMCA  Ro Langdale, 3 bdrm up enaule.  s.i.im" tub. angle shower, comer  sink Mam bathioom combination  balnysnower unit, 2 bdim down-  slairs with balhioom tub/shower  Laige utility room, rumpus room,  2 cai gaiage 885 4616.885-2735  eves ss  48' > 330' ol prime low bank  waterfront in Gibsons Harbour  neai Gibsons Manna. House  needs repair bul could be lined  up lor reaealronal or rental use  Property zoned Tounsl Commercial (C-2) Double garage plus  sloiage shed. $189,500. Phone  Jennilei 1 -689-7070. ss  Langdale. by ownei, attractive  1056 sq. It. 2 bdim. bungalow on  83.163' lot. 690 sq. II. linished  bsml 2 FP, insert in bsmt. New  double windows and carpel, carport and cedar siding exterior.  986-9290. Kiss  CLASSIFICATIONS  Home A Property  Bum  Obituaries  In Ma>morlam  Thank You  Personal  Announcement  Recreation  Wedding. A  Eng.jaxti.nl.  tO.  Lo.l  ti. Found  II. Pen A Uveatock  19. Mu.k  14. Travel  15. Wanted  IS. Free  17. Oarage Sale.  IS. Barter A Trade  II.  Appliance*  20. Furniture  21. For Sale  22. Heavy Equipment  23. Auto.  24. Truck.  25. Camper.  2*.  Marine  27.   Mobil. Horn..  21. Motorcycle*  21. Wanted to Rent  SO. Bed and Breekfaat  91. For Rent  92. Commercial for Rent  93. Entertainment  94. Help Wanted  3S. Bualneaa and Home  Servlcea  M. Work Wanted  97. Child Cora  95. Business OpportunHlao  91. Legal  40. TooUtetoCleaerty  OBOPOFF VOUP  At any of our convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 883-2888  AC BlIILDINti SUPPLIES 881.9331  In Halfmoon Bay  B*J STORE 885-9413  In Davis Bay  PENINSlILA MARKET 883-9721  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERA!. STORE 8853400  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  aataaam       5521 cowrie sum 885-3930  ,mmm    In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  Amanda end Leah (and Sandy, tool) will be happy  lo help you place your Classified Ad at Peninsula  Market, our Friendly People Piece In Davie Bav.  1    Homes 8,  Property  1/2 aae lol Lohn Rd. Bedioofls.  contiolied subdivision. $49500 1-  2289680 ss  Neva 1340 sq It lanctier. 3 bdim.  2 baths. 2 cai garage on Fawn  Rd $129.000 885-7972 01 885  5405 n\  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Betuemenl  ��� Relocation  wmmm  CATALOOUI  bt-8f Cowrie Si   Bo. 1219  Secneli B C VON 3A0  886-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van   loll Free 614-1016  Langdale lol - 125 x 162. noun  wesl comei Wharl t Johnson  Rd , view over Howe Sound  $85.0001929 2674 ��22  Attractive 3 bdrm. I 1/2 baths. 2  level lownhouse Theie is high  quality floor coverings, window  coverings 8 appliances Good  view ol mountains and some  ocean view, close lo school t  shopping Ideal lor young lamily.  For appl to view call 886-3313.  ���22  Laige. view lol, Davis Bay,  approved seplic lank, water,  hydro ( 18 It. trailer $67,900 No  agents. 987-1541. ss  THINKING  OF SELLING  m  y��  "/ don't look al if as buying or  selling houses I look at it as  helping people achieve what  want out m  NO QUESTION AtOUl IT,.  CALL  KEN SHEARSMITH  2S��i  MWKIKAITTMC.  snarr-MOOST mcwlt  885-5290  Spectacular t/2 acie view lot.  Above Madiera Park, by owner  $32.000.883-2800 122  Soames 1 aae view lot, attractive  two bedroom home with lovely  sunroom, nicely landscaped.  Close lo beach I ferry. $129,500.  -2182. ss  Lee and Janice Brown are prow:  to announce the arrival of a nevi  baby brother loi Jennifer, Matheu  Lee Brown weighing 6 pounds, I  ounce, born on March 6,1992  Thanks to the nurses at SI Mary's  lor their excellent care and to Dr.  BevPace. #21cn  3.   Obituaries  Aie you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk?  Call Ihe Sunshine Coaal Transition House In conlidenlial 24 hi  service 885-2944 TFN  Independent SVW children grown,  smoker, modeiate drinker (but  healthy) would like to meet man  with good sense ol himsell in similar situation. Must be able to  laugh aboul Me, love and death II  you can relate to this please wnte  lo Box 377. <Vo Coaal News, Bon  460, Gibsons, BC ��2iW  Do you wal* "The Dating Game"  a 'Studs' and wish that you were  on TV meeting Ihe mate ol youi  dreams? Well you wont be on TV.  but you can still meet that special  someone For Iree information call  6869372 #21  S/W/M 50 years young, likes most  music but leans loward country 6  western Likes quiet evenings at  home. Enjoy the outdoois. II you  are a single lady it would be nice  to hear Irom you. I also have a  good sense oi humour. Reply lo  Box 378, c/o Coast News, Box  460, Gibsons. BC VON IV0.K2len  Attention Subscribers!! Local resident ol Sunshine Coast would like  a pen pal. Please write: RR1, Site  1, Comp. 26, Gibsons, BC. VON  1V0. #23  Announcement  POTTERY SALE  Handcrafted stoneware by  ELAINE FUTTERMAN and MIKE  ALLEQRETTI, CREEK CLAYWORKS OPEN HOUSE Sat.and  Sun., May 30131,10am lo 4pm,  1738 Lockyer Rd., Roberts Creek.  Phone 885-2395 for info or directions. #21W  'PATTI' Just 7 mths. to go from  21st. Your Iriends know.   ��21cn  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  Regal Greetings i gilts. II you  would like lo receive a catalogue  call Kim 885-5593 sending orders.  May 24th (June 7. #22  Dr. Terry Amiel and Dr. Jenniler  Law at Pender Harbour Medical  Clinic, summer houis: Sat., 9 am  to I pm, June 6 through Sept. 12.  #22W  BROOKS �� MILLER  FLOOR C0VERIN6S LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Envlronftienr  Friendly Paints    ^ ,  tn All *y '  Colours Ol .    '.,77  The Rainbow .4.     '' '/ .  .Including Qteen \\     J. 9  The Head and Stroke Foundation  ol BC t Yukon welcomes 'In  Memorial*!' donations. Please  send cheque to Box 1525, Gibsons, giving donour's name and  thai ol the deceaseds next of kin  whose address please supply so  that a card may be sent.   #21CN  HANSEN - Passed away suddenly on May 13,1992, Niels Leitch  Hansen, late ol Sechelt, in his  65th year. Survived by his loving  wile Fay; 3 daughters Linda, husband Rod Mooraoft and children  Ella and Jeff; Maralyn, husband  Jack Pally, and children Andrew:  3 sons, Petei, wile Vicky, and  children Cuitis and Christine;  Dennis, wile Margaret, and children Tamara and Alex; Chris and  wile Lynn; 1 sister Catharine and  husband Harold Nelson. Service  was held Tues. May 19 in St.  Hilda's Anglican Chuich, Sechelt  Rev. June Maffin officiated. Cremation. Devlin Funeral Home,  Directors. #21 en  Love t Heartfelt thanks to Catherine, Cathy & Maryanne lor organizing my wonderful birthday  party, and to all my Iriends and  family who participated in so  many ways. To the 18th such a  special occasaion for me at  Chaster House in Elphinstone.  Doreen Barney.  A  Bus. 885*2923  Res. 885-5058  Psychic Astrologer  24 Years Experience  Janice Brown  Will be in Gibaona on Friday,  May 29 and Sat. May 30.  Call Dianne lor appointment.  886-7943.  SDM6 YARD SALE on May 30  between 8:00 am -12:00 noon at  maintenance shop corner of Reed  �� Henry Rd. Items on sale will be  used vehicles, furnaces t typewriters. Audio visual equip.ent 4  much more. #21  MAPLE LEAF 56  Skipper-chartered sailing, fishing  in scenic Strait of Georgia. 6 person max., $500 per day. 885-  7565 eves. ��21W  LOG ENDS  by container  load  886-7033  We buy beer bottles and beer  cant, paying 10 */doz. Ill-  Sim. TFN  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7883,24 hour line.       TFN  Does someone in your family  have a drinking problem? Calf Al-  Anon 816-9903, 885-7484, 686-  90t9. Al-Ateen 886-2565.     NC  Adult children of Alcoholics or <fs-  lunclional families please call  886-3849 or 885-4622 lor help.  NC  ladms English tiding lacket. grey,  size 12. Western ladies size 12  shut 686 9346 alt 5 30 pm IFNs  Set ol new squared edged Irons,  2 to sand wedge, chamoise grip.  $250; used titanium driver -  arthiitico/ip. $110 885 5766  ��23W  Knitting machine $50.886-7067.  ���23w  Leam to scuba dive. Piolessional  instructors Full Psdi Certification.  Seaspml Scuba 885 9830   TFN  Black Msnx with 1/2 tall lost in  Chambeiiui Gatdens aiea around  May 16 886 8254 ��2tcn  Tennis partner a partners wanted, Gibsons 01 7. Phone Al 686-  48SS #23w  Fiee mini bridge lessons. Sr Citizens Hall Mondays 7:00 pm. 122  Garage Sales  Left in Royal Bank (Gibsons) over  past Christmas Ornate casserole  holder Ownei please see Gary st  Royal Bank, Gibsons I describe  holder to daim. 121  Large set of keys, lound evening  ol May 21st in taxi. 888-9167 #21  12   Pets &  Livestock  Plants snd goodies, 1550 Thompson, uppei Langdale, street sale  welcome. Sat. May X.    #21cn  Yard Sale, Sal May 30 and Sun  31 si 9:00 sm to 9:00 pm. 772  O'Shea Rd, Gibsons. #21  Enjoy cappucano and dessert on  the sundeck st Shadow Baux Galleries, 12 noon, 5pm. Weekdays  10:00pm. Friday/Saturday  ��23w  Two family garage sale, Sat. May  30th, 10-2 No earylbirds. 526  Sargeant Rd, Gibsons.       *21  18. Barter & Trade  Will Hade 1985/ 7.5 hp. Mercury  outboard, 25 hours, excellent con-  dition(plus cash) for 15-20 h.p  outboard in equal condition. 888-  8558. TFNs  19. Appliances  Friendly orsnge tabby cat.  Female. 886-2417 #22  Registerd Cairn terriers, 1 st shots,  886-3141 #22w  Nanny goat t 2 doe kids. 866-  7538 #23w  FAIRWAY STABLES  Now open In Roberts Creek.  Boarding, training, lessons.  Certified Level I English coach.  Lois ol trails nearby. Leslie  885-5423. I21W  Purebred Registered, white male  kitten. First shots, litter trained,  witticopper eyes. 487-4168 #23  HEMLOCK/BALSAM  WOOD SHAVINGS - for hoise  bedding (no cedar). Gibsons  Sand I Gravel, 886-8511 eves.  885-2008. TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contacl Then 6 Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 686-  4716 01 Marlee Fashions.     NC  Help reduce the pet over-population problem - spay or neuter your  pet. NC  Male neuteied Corgi X, great disposition free to good home. 888-  #23W  Upright Ireezer $300, 3 wsy  Iridge/stove 6 sink lot boat/trailer  $500 and misc items 885-4812  ���21  White Inglis supeib plus tange,  $300 OBO; Almond portable dishwasher, $100 OBO. 896-9405.  #22W  Will buy nonworking appliances.  685-7897 #23cn  Gold range $200, Diyer $150.  886-8787 #22  15' Gurney I.I. fridge h.g., 30'  Gumey stove h.g.. almond Gibson  f.l. fridge, polar small bar fridge,  woodgrain door, very nice $149,  Admiral 30' h.g., stove self-dean,  corning cooktop $297; Inglis  portable washer $289 Inglis  supeib 17 cu. It. almond Iridge Iff  $449. Gibson 16 cu. ft. almond l/l.  Iridge. $379 and more. 90 days to  two years wananty. Call Bjorn  885-7897 or Corner Cupboard  885-4434. #23w  20. Furniture  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisal)  #  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  For Sale: Upright piano aftei Msy  31 $1800.886-0995 Lyn Vernon  #21  Will remove unwarned Fir 6 Aider  Hade labour lor wood 892-8020  ���22  Top $ psid lor military items.  Rifles, bsyonets, badges, medals.  888-7591. #29cn  9.9 hp Johnson for psrts.Esily  1970s Transom mount snd turning pivots must be intact. Call  885-7906. ��1  WANTED ���/��� 3 bedroom house  large lot, quiet road, Roberts  Creek. Phone 888-1755, lv  mess, lor Brian. TFNs  9 or 10 ft. Davidson row or sailboat good condition. 885-3123.  #21  Cast weights. All sizes. Leave  Message. 885-9830 Kevin.   #23  Reliable car, snuggling lamily  mom at school, free or cheap.  Box 485. Sechelt. #23  Working woman looking lor house  to share, Roberts Creek or  Sechelt Irom now until September. Phone Nancy 885-3930  Days, 885-3512 Eves. #22  Old - antique carpenters S cabinet  makers tods, also ok) toy trains I  metal toys. Call collect 5764370.  #21 on  2 pee. Rattan t glass wall unit.  Exc cond. $350 OBO 886-7520  #23  Large 2 piece sols set. Blue/Gray  cokx Must sell 886-7938.    #2!  Must Sell - Beige sectional couch  w/hude-a-bed. Good condition.  $200 OBO 8860168 alt. 6pm .#21  Couch 1 loveseat, exc. cond.  $400 886 7388. #23  All household luimtuie lor ssla,  good condition. Phone 886-4542.  ttfen  Dresser 6 night stsnd, $250;  hutch I night stsnd, $250; desk,  $150; Singer t/eddle in beautiful  cabinet, $300; oversize loveseat  with golden oak trim 6 spindles,  $300; Fischer stereo, $100; AGS  colour TV, $150; Sharpe's convection microwave, $150; occasional chairs, $50 each. 886-  3087. #2IW  Teak triple dresser with minor, 4  drawer chest, night table $125,  diopleaf dining table, 4 chairs  $450, doubts bed with headbdard,  as new $200.8857420.      #21  Why buy used, buy new. solid  pine table, 4 chairs $300, pair twin  tMds with fulons $250 each.; solid  pine rolltop desk $425, childrens'  table �� 4 chairs, $125.12 place  setting Stonehenge Midwinter  $100, Rattan glass tsble 6 4  chairs $300 885-3655 #21  Attractive kitchen suite 48x38  table/2 extra leaves. 4 chsirs.  Good cond. $140; Checkered  sofa 6 chair $240 Call 885-7651  slter Ssturdsy noon #22  ANYTHING Give us a make ��  model ��� it required, how much  you want lo spend. Well try oui  best. 686-9033. ��2IW  Anco Gss lurnace Good cond.  $315 8858276 SS  SALE  8' cedsr 4x4's, $6 each 885  5031. as  LUMBER SALE  2x10-7O��/Lin Ft;2x6 304/lin  Fl. All mill lun Douglas Fir  Gibsons Mobile Saw Service  886-3468, ��21cn  Ti SSOk. Topswl Bark Mulch -  Mushroom Manure. Phone anytime 885 5669 TFN  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, light weight, ergonomrc  design grip belt, $850 OBO. BBS-  TIN?, ss  Flost house, 750 sq. It. one  bdrm., propane appliances, wood  heat, $12.800 OBO. 885-1942. ss  SAWDUST Hemlock/Balsam lot  gaidening and hoiae bedding.  Cedai and bark mulch lor other.  Gibsons Sand t Gravel Lid. 886-  8511 eves 885-2008 TFN  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  865-5644  TFN  4' PVC solid 01 perforated pipe,  $11; ABS4 $23. 3 $15.2 $10, 1  I/2-, $8. all 10' lengths, will deliver 886-3910. TFN  CEDAR SHAKES I LUMBER,  sny size. Will custom cut. 885  5669or885-5601. TFN  6 cyl. Ford marine diesel, 4 -1  capitol gear $8500. o.b.o., 01  tiade lor tractor plus cash, 886  9961. ss  USED RAILWAY TIES lor retain  ing walls.; Unscreened topsoil  $110 load. 886-8204. ss  New depth sounder, Kelvin Hughes 600 It. 4" paper readout, transducer $375, retail $795. VHF  hand held leather case, 99 Chan  net FMR $295; 2.2 Merc outboard  $475; Older kitchen stove $45;  Zero clearance fireplace $75  ornate hot watei lads $100 each;  lemale mannequin 6lt. $295; old,  large, heavy, moving trunk, drawers inside, $110 294-1941     #21  Satellite dish with remote, $1600  030; GE washer, McClary dryer,  gd. working cond., $300 loi set.  8857077. #21W  IBM 640K, 20meg h.d. keyboard  I monitor $600. IBM Selectnc  $150886-7975 #21  $3500 worth ol Franklin Mint. A  steal lor $1500. For inio call David  8858413 #21  Walnut sideboard by Kaufman  $200, '73 Ford pickup parts, 68  Cadillac rear end 6 misc. parts,  new plumbing 6 heating service  parts 1/2 wholesale. '83 Malibu  atatjonwagon 50,000 miles $2750  8858083 Michael. #22  Acetylene torch gages and hose  $50, toolbox Ms standard pickup  $50885-7478 #21  Tsmron 80 ��� 210 mm telephoto  lens, macro, adapt to any 35 mm  cameia, $160.888-4624.   #2IW  Dirt cheap - collee table, dbf bed,  couch 1 loveseat, glass showei  doors, women's 6 mm's designer  clothes, woodslove, 2 yrs. old,  $700 OBO 886-8871 alt 6pm  ���22W  Rhododendrons and azaleas  same low prices $3.50$I0. NO  GST. Large selection. Open  Thurs. thru Sundsy, Roberls  Creek Nursery, 2569 Lower Rd.  886-2062. #22W  Filty 8 It. cedsr fence posts.  Heavy duty roll bsr, 15 0 18'  shakes, cutting torch I gauges.  8852630 #21  21   For Sale  Steel cargo container. 8x81/2x20.  dean, dry, weather Oghl Assume  oui lesse, $140/mo, 01 buy  $1700 plus taxes 885-2400  mm  Tsppsi electric stove $50; IBM  selective typewntei $50, Toshiba  Bela VCR $25; chamsaw $50;  ledining crtaii $10,6854038 #21  Overstulled sola and chair, char-  coal giey. Excellenl condition.  $350 OBO Victorian flip.top table.  Exc cond $500 OBO 886 4996  TFNs ^_  "MOUNTAW BIKE BARGAIN!"  Musl sell. All lop Shimano on  chiom moly Noico liame. plua  many extras 883-2745       #21  Teck - 8 Underground electrical  cable new 260' $400,886 8869  ���21w  DOWN-TOE ARTH  Top Quality baik mulch, topsoil.  mushroom msnuie. delivered or  you pick-up. also paving stones.  Ramon 685 7692 #21  Fiiewood, Aldei $85, hemlock  $90, in $95 in Gibsons 892-8020  �� pager 1-977-9989 #22  6' sliding glass door, screen card  table, 4 chairs, whirlpool,  stove/oven, portable toilet, captains chaiis 883-2651 weekends.  #22cn  Brilco 10x3? heated ollice trailer,  6 months old Excel cond $8500  685 4865 JI22  Moving! Must sell deluxe king size  waleibed, 2 stoves, captain bed,  cialtsman sell propelled lawn  mower, hammond oigan, fridge,  large over skilled couch 6 chaii,  all veiy reasonable. 886-  984/evos #22  BIC Melody number one rated  beginner, intermediate, aailboard,  complete. 885-7373. #22  R 20, 24' Fibreglass insulation  $27.50 per bale, 76. sq. It. No  GST. 8653583 #22  Playpen, umbrella style $35,  Gerry baby carrier with neck sup  port $30, Jolly jumpei $13, Nintendo guns 4 2 games $50 All  excellent condition. 886-2932J23  NewHay$5.00*Mle  Phone 8859357  TFN  2 antique lion bedsteada with  springs $50 each, drop-leaf table  $50,45 gal. galvanised drum $25,  886-9746 #22  6 h.p cultivator (big wheel, plough  type). Will go anywhete snd turn  any sod. Replacement coat  $2,000 Bargain at $400 865-  0898. #2!  White norge fridge used 5  months, $795; Ikes pine table  $1200; white chest freezei only  $85; Simmons box spring 6 mattress $200; pine chairs $20 each.  886-3755. #23w  Apple IIE computer good condi  tion, double disc drive, full size  cokx monitor, 64K memory I joystick. 8853849. #21 w  24 1/2 cubic loot Ireezer, good  condition, $175; double moon  soaker tub, boney acrylic finish,  never used, new $475, asking  $300:886-7255 #21 w  Pentex 35 mm camera. 1:2 -  50mm + 1:35 - 200 mm lens.  Hanimex flash, hard case, filters,  $375.883-9288 #2tw  New 12 spd. Mountain bike 2 pee  white leather chest. Suite, new  angled bunk beds, colonial rocker,  loveseat mahogony, 4 pee bdrm  pee. 8857779 #21  22   Heavy  Equipment  r     BOBCAT &     ^  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments Available  DAY. WEEK. MONTH  .886-8538 220*8767  *W       "US .HI J  6-71 4 valve long block all  machining, kits, gaskets, I bear-  ingslor assembly to suite. 886-  9464. #23w  955 CAT loadei $10,000 885-  2503 ss  Bobcat lor hire, very good rates  Phone belore 8:00 am or alter  5:00 pm. 886-4668 #21 w  Mectquip Chair, elect good condition 883-2246 ��23w  I960 Olds Omega PS/PB. aulas,  aulo., 4 di��� 4 cyl., exc. cond.,  $2400, Phone altei 5pm 885-  '302 #22W  75 Dodge Dart, 318 V8, $1000;  Ford boxliner 67 up, heavy gauge  plastic, $75.886-9047.     I22W  19B1 Foid Fairmont Wagon  107,000 kms, no rust, clean,  Alpine stereo $1900 885-3736 ss  79 AMC Spirit 304 4 sp., black N  black, gd. cond., $2800. 886-  9791.  R1W  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli rjres,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 886-7378 ���  1989 Hyundai Excel, 5 sp., low  mileage, still under warranty,  super stereo unit, $5800 OBO.  885-9508 or 885-5325.     #22W  1989 Dodge Omni 36,000 kms.,  PT. wananly, $5000 OBO. 886-  8922 M  -    T Coast News, May 25, 1992  17  Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Rttn your classified, ad 6 times,  and pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  .01  1990 Ford Aeroslar. XL 7 passenger A-1 condilion. $14,900. 886  846T ss  4-14' Spinner Hubcaps 886-9346  after 5pm NC  1980 Lincoln Versailles Collector's  item exc. cond $3000 666-2826  ss  '68 Meicuiy Topaz, like new,  $5500 886-2633 or 096 7484 ss  1986 Ponliac60004dr. 4cyl,  auto., PS/PB, powei di. locks.  AC. AM/FM sleieo. $4995 OBO  888-211101886-9016 ss  1982 Dalsun 4x4, p/u, good con.  ditjon, runs well.$4O0O, 886 7419  ���22w  W Dodge Shadow, excellent condilion, immac. 5 speed, 28,000  kms, $8250,886-7666      #22w  '86 Pontisc, 6000 4 cyl, I.i. a/c,  exc. cond. 886-7150 $4800 #22w  1969 Chrysler New Yorker, 440  engine $500 nice condition. 886-  9890 #22w  CASH PAID  For Some Cars And Trucks  DesdCsrRemovsl  Abex Used Auto Psrts  186-2020  TFN  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 OBO.  8839234. ss  1980 Camaro 305 auto.. T-Tops,  Rally nms. $2600. 885-7113.  ss  1981 Foid Gianada as is, $500  060.886-8095. TFNs  '47 Fraser 4 dr., needs compiele  restoration, not running, $500  OBO. 886-9584. #23W  1976 New Yorker, A-1 cond., low  mileage $1900 OBO 886-9025 ss  CHEAP! FBI/US. SEIZED  89 Mercedes $200; 86 VW, $50;  87 Meicedes$100; 65 Mustang,  $50. Choose liom thousands  starting $25. FREE 24 hour  recording reveals details 801 -379-  2935 Copyright IBC104JC.   #22  Used Camaro T Top. $495 loi the  sel, with covers, 886-9500 anytime, ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $2400 OBO. 685-1943 ss  1969 Cadillac Convert. $1300 Call  885-9368 #21  "MUST SELL MOVING!" 1982  Sapporo/Challenger bought last  year lor $3500 No reasonable  offer relused. 885-2630       #21  1979 Ford Fairmont, 2 di, 6 cyl  auto, am/lm cassette, some mst  $650 firm 886-4795 #?1  1982 Nisssn Stanza, H/B, auto,  PS/PB, cruise $1900 OBO 885-  5894 #21  1985 Chevy Spiint, exc. cond.  $2500, Volkswagon duns buggy,  lots ol spsie paita. $1500.886-  4868 #2lw  88 Chevy Impala. 4 di, haid lop,  40,000 original miles $2350 OBO  885-3910 David. #21 w  1978 Honda 4 dr, stn. wag. good  radiais. am/lm cass. new battery,  looks sad, burns oil, tuns well  $350.686-4790 or 886-9147��2lw  1976 Ford Granada, 4 dr, new  302, rough body, very reliable,  $1200 060,1965 Ford Falcon, 2  dr, hardtop. 289 $1000 OBO. 885-  4083 #22  1981 Buick Cent s/q looks J tuns  good Loaded, good transportation t lamily car. Take It away tn  $1500 can be viwed at Deviles  carport ask lor Danny.       #23w  1985 Chev Citslion II, V6, 4  speed only 33,000 km one owner  $3,000665-9553. #23w  1967 Toyota std, 5 spd. sxsl  cond L box. 51,000 kms $5,500  8632234 #21  1988 MUSTANG G.T  Loaded, like new, 25,000 ks. one  owner, a real gem $10,500 Firm,  885-2544. ss  1976 Extended dodge, on  piopane, recently inspected,  rsised roof, camperized, veiy  clean $4000 OBO 685-3360 #22  '81 FI50 heavy hall, 6 cyl., PS,  automatic, gd. cond., $2500 OBO.  883-2228. #21W  1981 Ford Fl 50 Wrangler Custom  P/U, V8 auto., PS, mag wheels,  sunroof, low kms., 84,000, gieat  shape, $3500.889-9078.  #21 en  1966 Ford 4x4, 6cyl, $600 OBO  #21  j Towing '��?��% ;  ! Old car rccychtift       ���  I Cash fur Hill cars     I  : and clean ninncrs      !  : Free lick-up         j  | no/; "tin    Cnarltum ;  i..^....T:.....V.rii.'..;  1985 Hyundai Pony, 4 door, automatic, am/lm cassette player.  $1,500 OBO Call 886-3939 altei  5 30. #21 w  1975 VW Beetle Blue, new paint,  brakes, heaters $2250.886-8450  I960 Buick Century s/w in good  condition. Great family car. $2100  OBO Call Mike 885-7841     #22  1952 Chev. Belair 2 d, ht, 235  CID std trans. Restored, rust Iree.  Calildrnia Car. $8500 665-4716ss  1981 Chev. Malivu 4 door. Nice  condition wilh good rubber.  $1300.886-8320 #22  1988 Ford Taurus, am/fm, Ac V6,  auto/od. 4 door, exc. cond.  $7,495.888-7520 or 886-2111.88  1984 Z-28 5 speed. T-ool, $3500  OBO. Trades Day t Nite towing  8855111,8853842. #23w  1973 Toyota Corolla 6 cyl. 50,000  mi $200 060 886-7556       #21  1983 gray, 4 dr, Ford, LTD, $750  Phone after 6 pm 6652507  #21  Rusty, noisy, runs. 1974 Pinto  wagon. $250 8856312.       #22  1979 Buak Century, station wagon  $1500.8857023. #22  1980 Ford 1/2 ton pickup, 6 cyl,  good rand. $950 885-4422  #22  1984 Toyota SR5, 4x4 extia  ampeiette, new paint, rebuilt  trans, alternator; dual batteries  centie lores clutch webbei carts,  header, alpine stereo w/equalizer  6 2 amps. Clean $6500 885-  4539 #23w  79 Ford 12 passenger van, V8  auto good cond. $3295 OBO.  886-7520 or 686-2111. SS  Ford F250 3/4 Ion 'dub cab' 390 4  speed great work truck. Some  rust good power train. $130 firm.  886-9449. #23w  1991 GMC SLX. EXT. Safari van,  8 pass., loaded, 17,000 kms,  immaculate $19,000 666-0908  #21 w  1980 GMC Suburban, trallering  special 1/2 ton cruise, a/c, tilt, pwi  windows, rebuilt 350 auto, brake  controller. Solid ton vehicle.  $4500 OBO 885-4143       #23w  Small truck canopy, good-condition, $300,686-8005.       #22W  ' Chev SI 5 Box liner,- tape  dcck.OOO kms, $5500 OBO 685-  3982 #22  Ford 4x4, 390 V6 4 speed, dual  exhbatt tanks, cass. stkoxes. exc  workhorse Heavy duty. Reliable.  886-8593.  1979 Chev pickup exc cshape.  $2500 Phone 865-9366       #21  1977 DalsunX-cab, 5 spd, 4 cyl,  good cond. $900. OBO 886-6032.  ���21  1977 F250 crewcab, 351 mod.,  aulo.. P/S, canopy spare molor  and tians.. $1600.866-8682.  ��21ss  1986 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 Ion  pick.up. 4.3 litre V6, PS/PB,  61,000 km., box mat, toolbox,  $6700 665-2836,8857413.  ss  1985 Bronco II 4X4, auto , CD  player, gd. cond., $7500 OBO.  Days 666-9332 alt. 7 eves. 886-  2983. 88  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, pails 686-2878. ss  1953 Chev. 1/2 ton. Rebuilt  engine. Radiais, $2700 OBO.  865-1943. ss  25  Campers  13' Scamper good cond. $2000.  Phone 886-3222 oi 686-4997..  #21  Due lo health reasons selling 23  It, wilderness 5th wheel, exc.  cond.. sleeps 6 leai balh, also  F150 Lariat XLT, ext. cab, all  options. Phone 685-7244. #23W  Fridge stove, luinace 4 water lor  import. $9008657995.     ��23w  8II. Alashan camper, gd. cond.,  $1400; campei tie down, $40.  883-9570     ��23cn  Motoihome 1976 establishment.  Good condition. $10,000 885-  3673. ��23*  25   Campers  vel trailer sell-contained. $2500.  885-3512. #23w  1988 5th wheel, 25' Tiavelaire.  excel cond. $14.500.865-2060  eves. 8857621 days. 122  1980 Ford Security Motorhome,  93,000 kms., only 6000 kms. on  new motor, BCAA Report exc.  condition! Only $13,500. 885-  5688 5400 Wakelieid Rd. #22W  23H. 1972 Ford campei bus.  Good rand $3500 or tiade 866-  0061  ���21w  1976 Tioga 20'dsssCMH. All  libreglass body, dodge chassis 4  360 motor, completely self con-  lamedtoilel t shower. Excellent  shape $7850- F P 885-7580*22  8' Galaxie camper, stove, luinace,  jacks, boat rack $1000,885-3337  ss  89 - 22' Slumber Oueen, Chev  350, air, cruise etc. Low mileage.  Perlect condition. $24,995 lirm.  863-9317 after 5pm #22  1984 181/2 M h wheel suitsble  mid-size truck, good condition,  resr lull bath, sleeps 4 includes  truck hitch 1 eleclircal, priced for  quick sale $8000 OBO 885-4739  #21  1990 Royal Classic MTH. Foid  chassi-360,25(1.13.000 kms,  rear bed, insulated, tanks,  awning. LOADED. $41,900 604-1-  596-3583 or 886-8360 or trade as  down pymt. on newer 3 bdrm  home. #21w  1972 ACJO 19' Tandem trailer,  sleeps 5-6, $2850 OBO. 886-  9047. #22W  1988-24 ft. 5th wheel, as new,  AM/FM cass., TV ant roolrack.  spate tire kit, elec. jacks, 5th W.  hitch, twin 30#LP tanks, bed  spread, $18,500; 1986 F150 Lariat Explorer, good condition, air  cruise, all options, new tires,  wired brakes lor 5th Wheel,  $9500 or both lor $27,000. 885-  4114 u  1976 Vanguard ti It. solid top  camper, 3-way Iridge, stove/oven,  water heater, furnace, Hush toilet.  hydraulic |acks, exc. cond., $3300  OBO 886-9768. ��� #2lcn  For sale - Boler trailer, $1950  OBO. 866-8417. ss  27   Mobile Homes     II 31    For Renl  18 ft. Bellboy hardtop, 120 Merc.  In/outboard, trim tabs, VHF, CB,  sdunder, bait tank, lull canvas,  extras.trailer, $5500.883-9059.88  Heavy 12 It. Lapsttake libreglass  boat, with oais and trailer, $500  OBO. 886-9584. ��23W  1981 20' double Eagle hardtop  200 HP Volvo 280 leg, (H-6), Gibsons Marina, $17,500.866-2694.  as  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1989-  1990 Evinrudes. Excellenl condition. Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.  TFN  10 It. libreglass boat bjus oars 4 2  lile jackets, $500 firm; Fish Under  plus transducer, $175 used twice.  686-2678. #21 en  Yes! There is a reliable local  propellor repair service. 885-  5278. TFN  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  fast and in top condition, surveyed  value $8500, oilers 6 trades considered. 866-2738. ss  1979 27'Bayliner Victoria C/B.  255-280 Leg. new engine, low  hoUfl, lots ol oxtias, $24,900  OBO. 483-8919 or 483-6959.  88  18' Davidson sailboat, new main,  new cushions, exc. cond., $3800.  685-9333. SS  M.V. Blacklist!, 24' Owens, well  appointed laige fish deck, Coast  Guard inspeded, featuring new  Swann auto, anchor pkg., new  LMS, 200 w/Loian C, new lenders  6 brackets, mooring lines, new  windows, completely refinished  hull snd swimgiid, new handrails,  Hush mount Fishon rod holders  (5) FWC 318 Chrysler, $8,000.  885-7977. ss  Will trade 1985/ 7.5 hp Mercury  outboard, (25 hours) excellent  condition (plus cash) for 1520 hp  outboard in equal condition. 886  8558. TFN  MOORAGE  At Pender Harbor by monlh or  year 8839177 #23  11 It. libreglass, runabout w.  floatation. Excellent condition.  $650 Phone 888-25)3.     #23w  19 ft. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trsiler needs exhsust  manifold, $3500 886-3457.     ss  Bayliner 2070 Explorer. 125 Volvo  Penta. sleeps 5. Head, galley, all  instruments, and trailer. 250 hours  only. Exc. cond. $15.500 685-  2419 #21  35 hp Merc $300 Runs good.  885-3673 #22  22 ft. Fiberlorm 165 mere, cruiser  rebuilt leg, no hours $5200 Mike  at Patra 866-7675 #22w  I4lt alumninum boal with trailer,  20 hp mercury, $1500 lirm 865  2238 ��22w  20' Ssngster libreglass. hardtop,  with trailer, good cond. $2000  060885-3673  10' Febreglass lapstrait dinghy, 4  hp, Johnson, 2 osrs $699 060  883-2237 #22w  17 1/2 Houislon 1988 moid, 1990  70 hp Eveniude. 2 5 gal. gas  tank, new body top Easy load  trailer. Leave message. 883-1108  #22w  17'K.C. w/350 Chev motor, CO  depth soundei, rebuilt motor and  carburator $3500 lirm 885-3330  #21  70 hp Johnson, 87 model, shop  checkovei, motor only $2100 886-  9476 #21 w  KCHf 11 MMHK  SURVEYS LTD.  captain nil mrm  MCMMC    M.N A.M.S.I  MA.B.Y.C.   ��� Maiine  Suiveyors and Consultants!  smWL  26' Hourston Glascraft completely  set up lor fishing. Volvo l/OB  Escellent condition. Bill 885-4156  or Al 885-3751 #22  Campion 18 1/2 ft. Mercury 470,  VOB under 600 hrs. 1/2 cabin, full  canopy. Mariner II ship/shore, tod  holders, anchor, spare prop etc.  $8,950 OBO, also Evinrude 9.9  outboard, little used, compiele  with tank etc. $900 OBO 883-  2109. #23,  30'x 40' Boat house. 883-9177.  #23  16ft Sangaler, new motor/trailer.  Leslie's marina - East Porpoise  Bay Rd. See Roger. #23  20' Sangster libreglass huss,  hardtop/trailer. Good condition.  $2000.885-3673. #22w  Crestliner ��� 15' plus, near new  trailer - 35 Evinrude - canvas -  radio plus. Seo 5724 Porpoise  Bay Rd. Alter 5pm. $4800    #21  26' Crew setup for Fishing Charter. 883-2246 #23w  17 1/211. K.C. wilh 85 hp evinrude, fully galvanized trailer  $3100060885-4011.      #23w  6-714 valve long block all  machining, kits, gaskets 1 beatings ready for assembly to suit.  886-9464. #23w  27. Mobile Homes  3 bdim 1974 12x68, mobile  home with large addition, lots of  extra storage space. Perlect for  Inexpensive living, Sechelt  $26,000 080 Phone 885-2272  #22  MOBILE HOME DEALER  Manufactured (mobile) housing  lor sale  4 new display homes, open daily.  This week's special - 3 bdim.,  12x70, Iront kitchen, range, Iridge,  dishwasher Set up in S.C.M.H.  Paik, $22,500 OBO.  DLH9225  886-9826 TFN  1248 sq. It. bright, 3 bdrm moduline in SCHMHP like new, extia  inc wood stove, ceiling tan in Ivg  rom. 30' carport. Reduced to  $62,000 or oilers considered by  owner. 886-7067 #22  By owner, 12x68 mobile home,  call 686-3039,866-7306.       ss  New Show  HOMES  DELUXE 2 BDRM WITH  FAMILY ROOM  1400 sq.ft. includes Iridge,  stove, deluxe hutch,  drapes & carpets-plus  many other features.  14x70 DELUXE 2 BDRM.  with over $7,000 worth ot  options.  These homos are ready for  immediate possession.  AS LOW AS 5% DOWN  with M.A.P. program OAC.  For inlormation to view,  call Sylvia McLean  888-2597  ONLY 6 LOTS LEFT!  24x52 three bdrm. doublewide 5  appl, must be moved avail. mid-  Mar*. $35,000 886 9229      ss  BRAND NEW 1992  2 bdrm. over $10,000 in options,  asking $54,900. S C M H Park  8859626 TFN  WHAT A STEAL!  3 bdim. front kitchen, good cond.,  very clean in t out. asking  $22,500 080. SCMH Psrk.  886-9826 TFN  28   Motorcycles  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc.  cond., gaiage kept, $7500. 886  9595 ss  1981 750 Viiago $1800 - pipes,  excellent condition 8855405 #21  '85 F2, 750 good shape,luns  excellent. Make an offer 886-8561  or 686-2556 #23w  Montasa 250, on-road/oll-road,  exc. shape, $1200. $899. 886-  7655 w 220-9564. as  29. Wanted to Ren!  2 bdrm, Rbts Crk/Secret Cove.  Single Patent w/responsible teen,  one dog, July 1. Call Collect. 1-  395-5241. Good tenant/w. rel.  #23  Looking for shared house in  Roberts Creek or Sechelt, now to  Sept. Nancy 885-3930 days, 885-  3512 evenings. #23cn  W/F home for 1-2 weeks August,  Halfmoon Bay/Sechelt aiea. Will  pay excellenl renl. Need large  home and sunshine. 1 -623-9038.  #23W  Urgently needed woiking lamily  with friendly dog. Need 3 bedrrom  home to lent in Ruby Lake to  Pendei Harbor area. Prelerrably  on waterfront. Leave message  885-5111 Williams. #2lw  Cabin near water. Family of lour.  Aug. 15 to Sept 1st. 886-8096*22  Responsible single, woiking  woman seeks self-contained  cabin/cottage loi reasonable rent,  beginning mid-end ol June. Preler  Pender Harbour area. Please call  Jane 885-3930 (w) oi 883-9007  (h). TFNs  Desperately needed - responsible, professional working couple/  small child - expecting anohter  seeking 2 or 3 bedroom house in  Sechelt to Pender Harbour. 885-  4502. #23w  Rel. Cpl. Sm dog seek 2-3 bedioom home. Pdr Hbr. July 1. Rel.  Avail. 883-9351. #23w  Ldoking loi shaied house in  Robeits Creek or Sechelt. Now ti  Sept. Nancy 885-3930 days, 885  3512 evenings. TFNs  31. For Rent  1 bdrm. basement suite,  $300/1*10., heat, laundry facilities  6 cable included 866-2512 ��21W  2 bdim. townhouse, 11/2 baths, 5  appl-. F/P, garage, avail. June I.  $650. For appl. 886 7386  #23W  1 bdrm. suite in triplex Marine  Drive, $650 includes hydro. 886  2260. #23W  2.5 acre Hobby Farm with 1000  sq. It. rancher Electric baseboard  heat, auxiliary airtight cast iron  stove in living room. Stream  croaaes property lorming pond.  Fruit tress, room lor garden, some  ol lot Is forested. No neighbours in  sight from property. Ideal lor  retired couple wishing a quiet  environment. $700/p.m Available  Irom early June. Long term lease  available. Address 5643 Garden  Bay Road, Pender Harbour, BC.  Call 873-5010 (Van).      #2'cn  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  Don Sutherland of PEBBLES  REALTY LTD.will support your  Residential, Commercial or Industrial investment Pebbles provides  a full service PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. Call Pebbles at 896-8107 tor details. TFN  N/S lemale prefers same lor  shared accommodation In my  home, $350/mo. North Rd., Gibsons. 868-6095. TFNs  Two bdrm apt, central Gibsons  host ind. $575 8858150     TFN  Gibsons. Beautilul I bdrm view  home. Sunny, deck, den/sleeping  room, nice yard, oil I wood heat,  storage, parking. Convenient to all  amenities. $750 per month. Avail  June 1.733-4577 #21  New I bdrm, bachelor suite, near  lerry. Panoramic view. Utils. &  cable included $650 Aval June  1st. 6857394 #21  3 bdrm house, I t/2 baths, big  woikshop. Avail June 1 et.  $650/mo. Rels. 8740960.  Madeira Park #21  House. S. Fletcher. Gibsons. 3  bdim, fireplace, view. $650/mo.  Responsible adults 6 rels. Avsrl  June 1st 922-7836 or 686-2848  121  Nice laige, w/l apl al Seciel Cove  $550/mo call Hayden 685-9368 or  leave message TFN  2 bdim, level one storey, duplex  style lownhouse in quiel maintenance Iree, adull oriented complex. Sunny private yaid 6 close  lo all amenities. View by appointment 886 7263 #21  Jolly Rogei 2 bdim waterfront.  Available lor summer months ot  sll year round. 928-7055 or 985  1384 #21  1 bdrm suite, Tuwanek gourmet  kitchen, view available June 1st,  $500 p/m Induces cable S hydor.  885-7655 #21  Gibsons - Spacious near new, 3  bdrm townhouse. 11/2 bath, dishwasher, washer/dryer. Close to  amenities., skylight, carport. References, no pets Avail June 1.  230 4099 #21 w  Spacious - Near New 3 bdrm, 2  1/2 bath, gourmet kitchen, 5 appl,  garage, Gibsons. $850. Avail  June 1st. 298-5215. #21 w  Robeits Cieek - two bedroom  waterfront home, N/S, $800.885  7595. #22W  ROOMMATE WANTED ��� June  1st, room only or share whole  house, 1350/month, Roberls  Creek on 15 acres For inio call  1157125, ask lor Dan.    #22W  Secret Cove: 2 large, 1 bdrm lurnished condos, fabulous view,  pool, fireplace, affordable, long  term leases available.  Sechelt: Immaculate 2 bdrm  condo, no pets $700/mo, walk to  Sechelt.; cozy 1 bdim house avail  immediately, $50O/mo  Redioolls: 2 bdrm home, large  garage. $700/mo.  Sechelt: near new 2 bdrm rancher  $750  NRS CENTURY WEST REALTY  LTD., PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 8152235. MtW  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  British Columbia legislation prohibits advertising which discriminates in the rental of property.  For example a person who  stipulates "no childien* as a  condition of rental would be in  violation of the Family Status  and the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places the advertisement and the newspaper  which publishes it would both be  in contravention of Ihe legislation  and could have a complaint filed  against Ihem. The Coasl News  will therefore not accept such  discriminatory ads.  Watch Ihe sunset liom out waterlront Selma Park Bungalow. $850  pei month. 926-5536. #23  Fabulous view Cedai Grove area.  3 bedroom, 2 bath. l/p. woodslove  t electric heat. 5 appl 896-7844.  ���23w  4 bedioom fantastic view, Gibsons $900 semi-waterlronl.  Phone 886-7712. #23w  New I bdrm suite with view, no  pets, utilites ind. $550 Avail July  1st. 865-6396. #21  1 bdim furnished condo, pool,  view long term avail. Jolly Roger  $550 per monlh.  NRS Century West Realty Lid,  Properly Management. 865-  2235 #21  1 miiin $325 pei iiwiiii, i DrnJiB-  lor suite $250 per monlh. On  Francis Peninsula/ view of Bargain Bay. Utilities Included. 1-855  4926. #23  Furnished self ccntained suite.  Harboui view. $300 per month.  8839177. #23  Spacious 2 bdrm condo 1 1/2  baths, 5 appl, gargage. Greal  location. Avail. June 1st. $675.  Per month. 8853223. #23  Fleshly painted 2 bdrm with den.  Avail immed. $625.866-8150.  TFN  Housekeeping room, to dean,  quel adult. Robertson s Boaidng  House Phone 886 9833    #21 w  A beautiful, peacelul, private.  clean, easy entiance, 4 appis,  double carport, guest cabin, good  parking, gaiden optional, large  sundeck, superb view, overlooking Malaspina Straus Hallmoon  Bay. $750 p/month Sr discount  683-2474 or leave message 885-  9091 i#22w  36 yeai old easy gang male willing to shaie my 3 bedioom home  in lower Gibsons. Clean responsible, adult $325 plus 1/2 utilites  186-3463 #23w  1 bdim older mobile home.  Sechell Equipped. Immed occupancy Will sell on terms 885-  7940 #22  1 bdim lumished suite, blacony  with view. $300 per month 883  9177oil839855 #22  Studio loft bedroom, overlooking  Gibsons Harbour, sundeck $600  inclusive June 1, 686-7955 or  8667522 #22w  Detached studio magnlfcenl  mountain t sea view. Avail June  15 own patio walk lo lerry. Pool  access laundry lacilites $600  Phone 885-4672 leave message.  Single paienl (male smoker) 8  year old boy, dog, cats, have 2  rooms in bssement, share rest  house * util Roberls Creek Near  beach, store, school. 686-7358 or  1-978-3162.  ���P*M  NATIONAL REAL  ESTATE SERVICE  Start  at the  TOP!  STEVE SAWYER  Sew/etetf >4U 1(tU%  PiayUxtttfUieU"  ��� Residential  ���Commercial  'Industrial  1 retirement unit  available  .Restrictions apply.  References  required.  Call Steve  Business  Opportunities:  I have a number of  very exciting  business  opportunities  available.  Call Me  We will  ��� Screen potential renteis  Do moving- in inspection  * Arrange for maintenance &  repairs  ��� Collect the ront 6 damage  deposit  Dispuise lent monies to  owner  * Do moving oul inspection  FOR LEASE  Approximately BOO to 1 300  sq ft ol labulous olfice  space in lower Gibsons  area. Landlord may  provide some leasehold  improvements.  FOR LEASE  LOCATION!  LOCATIONI  LOCATIONI  Fabulous retail space  immediately adjacent to  Galiano Market, Sechelt  (Bernadette's Galleries).  Perfect location for your  retail business.  Avoid all Ihe'hassles and  problems and for just a  pittance,  CALL the Property  Management Expert  STEVE SAWYER at  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  Workshop/garage with raised  floor-space at end. modern,  across Gibsons Marina. $200  1-738-3493 ��21w  36 year old easy going male willing to share my 3 bdrm. home in  lowei Gibsons Clean, responsible  adull. $325 plus 1/2 utils 886-  3463 ��22W  Cozy dean quel - 2 bdrm lower  $525 plus utils 886 3464 leave  message '22  New 3 bdrm house. Langdale  $950/mo 886-4617 or 1673-5970  George or Randy #22  "SECHELT VILLAGE" Duplen  open lo view. Saturdays 5669 Trident Ave. Sechell. 11 30 3 00  new 2 bdrm rancher, 5 appl. w/w  window covenngs/iacuuifhot tub.  dean, no pels Duplex on large  lenced lot. Available May 26th  $650 per month. 985-2872    ��1  32   Commercial  for Rent  1165 sq 11 retail Sechell, Ihree  private offices. $780 net,  2000,-10,000 squaie feet, exposure, will build to suit  New ollice space 800-2400 sq. ft.  Wilson Creek. $8 OOnet  Retail space New Plaza 900-3000  sq.lt. 14.00 net  Giant Realty  686-3330  TFN  Mini-storage units in Gibsons 24  hour access. 885-2499        "21  Freezer warehouse storage 2200  sq.. It. Dianne 885-2772      #22  600 sq. It. prolessional ollice  space, ground floor, lots ol parking on Farnham Rd., upper Gibsons Call 886-7020 days.   TFN  Relail or Office Space  For Lease  600-1300 sq. It. $300 - $1100  Seaview Place. Hwy 101 Gibsons. Lome. 1 -733-9883. Marie  886-7018. TFN  Watehouse/office space Irom  1500sq.lt. up. Diane 685-2772.  ss  Hwy 101. Gibsons. $6.00 sq. It  triple nel. Call 885-9719.      #23  Davis Bay, Wilson Creek Hall  available. Wheelchair facilities,  885-2752,685-9863. #21  Robeits Cieek Hall avail., dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  STORAGE  Heated, pallatized, gov't  approved. Len Wray's Transler  Ltd. 886-2664 TFN  34   Help Wanted  $200-$500 WEEKLY  Assemble products at home.  Easy! No selling. Vou're paid  direct. Fully Guaianteed FREE  24 Houi Recording 801-379-2965  Copyright HBCI04DH.      D26W  Stylist required immed. for busy  unisex shop, must be lully quali-  lied. Elaine 886-3916.      ��2IW  Part-time/temporary experienced  secretaries, send resumes to  Thomas Tempoiary Services,  P 0. Box 332, Gibsons. BC ��22W  Reliable exp person lo babysit 6  hrs. (AM) per week al local Fitness Centie. Hourly wage t Iree  membership. Call 886-4606 #21W  The Wharl Reslaurant has an  excellent leputation lor both lood  and service. Presently, we require  a lull time 2nd Cook. For some  evening and daytime work. The  successlul applicant must be a  team player that can work with all  othei stall delivering a quality  product to our guests. Experience  of a busy kitchen is essential.  Applications in writing only to:  General Manager, Bella Beach,  RR1 .Sechelt, BC VON 3A0.#21W  TYPESETTER  COAST NEWS  Full-timefpart-time, experience  required, including excellent English skills with minimum 65 WPM  accurate typing. Proofreading  ability and knowledge ol Macintosh, Quark Express or Adobe  Illustrator a definite asset. Wages  commensurate with experience.  Send resume lo Glassford Press,  Box 460, Gibsons, BC, VON 1V0,  Attention Manager. TFN  1  \ 18  Coast News, May 25, 1992  Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  34   Help Wanted  Established Manna in Secret  Cove s seeking to till a lulltinw  seerelanai/oHice admins pos-  noon Duties include postal clef.  cashier, receptionist, data entry.  merchandising previous exp  important All applicant must De  pleasant and possess good communication skills Phone 885-  7888 lor lurther details #21  34   Help Wanled       ��� 34   Help Wanted       B35   Business &  Home Services  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Love Babies? The 'baby  Clime' in Sechelt needs help on  Weds weighing babies and  assisting with piogiam  A Workshop Coordinator is  needed lo assist with a  program for teachers ol  children's ad Greal opportunity  lor involvement  Grandparents are needed lo  give support lo parents by  phone Great listening skills aie  needed Orientation provided  Host Families are needed for  Japanese exchange students  Irom July 14-Aug 23 Callus  tor more info  Concerned aboul the Earth?  A recycling depot in Gibsons  needs help on Sat. 2-4 hr  shifts. Commitment is important  For These And More  Opportunities Conlact  THE VOLUNTEER AND  INFORMATION CENTRE  at 885-5881  A service funded by the  Ministry of Social Services  Gibsons and District Public  Library. Library Technician Primary responsibilities acquisitions,  cataloguing, and children's  department Full lime, with some  weekend and evening work. To  start as soon as possible Salary  negotiable. Applications to. Hiring  Committee, Gibsons and District  Public Library. Bon 109 Gibsons,  BC. V0N1V0. Deadline: May  31/92. #22  Assemble light products Irom  home. Easy work ��� excellenl pay!  We provide details - 24 hrs. (604)  623-2380 Ext. #A74.        ��22W  CAREER OPPORTUNITY  PEAL ESTATE APPRAISAL  tea ofw-Uontaay'' I -Mv -.��-' lav  ��-- ni  Ajtan En-olirwainAnxatMUntfautsal  Cauda night acltoca w MfrmiBfatera  MUM  its* laa> Ful tana) emcfcymenl upon  compMunApprarui not Ctaftcl outm. t  l��W asaqnrtwns Jirammg poMatn!  Vs* Four- Upon &sgnatir> " .I a i ���..  arjcwaai Fm oart-cw wi avaitabiA  Hw|ijHwnftnia VeliKla. Gfadai I*, afflhfn.tr  accuracy. 'tacsHant typng skills esMnlual*  T y[ - -j Im t aloft aaamtnation anil taa -yvar  Sand Flnauttaia, Itanacftpl ol Mala  FWflrtneea, ate to  1A Kaaan S AaMcoar.  POftt.12.9  34twns.BC von IVO  No [rtoiw calls plMM  Mature salesperson able to work  * days a week, evenings or days  apply m petson at Seamount Cat  Wash ��2IW  It you are struggling with money  problems, we can help Process  mail at home, start immediately  postage & supplies lurnished  Send a *10 envelope sell  addiessed and stamped to JMP  Enterprises. Box 42190 Depl C12.  Calgary AB. T2J 7A6 421  Retail Sales person with ollice  expenence pt/tt Send resume to  Box 1579. Sechelt "22  Eapenenced cook tea girls camp.  Sit Thuis June IDIh. Sal Aug  8th. Phone 734 1307 evenings  leave message) '22  $40.000lyi' READ BOOKS  and TV Scripts Fill out simple  ���like/donl like' 1mm EASY' Fun,  relaxing at home, beach, vacations Guaranteed paycheck  FREE 24 Hour Recording 801-  379-2905 Copyright HBCI04EB  140,000 yr! READ BOOKS and  TV Scripts Fill out simple  "like/don't like* lorm Easy! Fun  relaxing al home, beach, vacations. Labor shoilago. guaranteed  paycheck Also. Corrections    ... $30,000. Read TV  Scripts $50,000. Number  pages $21.000.Make  Index $30,000. FREE 24  hour recording reveals details.  801-379-2905        Copyright  ��� BCI04GB Hurry1 Oiler ends  soon! 423  EARN MONEY Reading books!  $30 000/yt Income potential.  details t-805-962-8000. Exl.  CY308 H24W  Lord Jim's Resort - experienced  breakfast cook wanled. $8$10  per hour. 885-7038 D23W  Are you proud ol your resume?  Professional resumes - lasl. 886  2521. ��23W  Beginning June 22 or 29 Sunshine Coast Arts Center requires  2 students as assistants to the  curator/manager A The Craft Fair  Coordinator. Applications and  resume in writing. Must be  received or post marked on June  10, 1992.Foi moie information  call 885-5412. ��21w  Kitchen/laundry helper lor girls  camp. Sechelt 4 hr/day. Fri June  26th. Sat. Aug 8th. Please conlact 734-1307 eveings - leave  message  energetic, enthusiastic student  lequired in Kyak/canoe shop lot  rentals and lessonss First Aid  certificate t Paddling experience  required. 885-6440. #21  Rockwood Centre is now accepting applications lor 4 positions,  inc. Supervior, to begin June 1,  1992. seccesslul applicants must  be collecting income assrt. be  physically able to handle moderate labor tasks ( have some car.  pentry skills. For interview 885-  2552. ��23w  Looking for  Pan / Full Time  Cashiers / Floor Clerks.  Particularly  Shoes & Clothing.  Summer & Possibly Fall  Please Apply to  Trail Bay Sports  885-2512  Cruise Ship iotas hiring  summer/year round $.100 $900  weekly Photographers, tout  guides, casino woikeis. deck  hands and more Hawaii,  Caribbean. Bahamas 1 504-646  4500 exl C305 24 his dneclory,  relundaWe lee #21  DO YOU NEED  Lawn/landscape maintenance.  weedeating, brushcutting, rubbish  removal, hedge trimming, window  washing etc. Skip's maintenance  Seivice 885-4522 #22  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal. Insured. Guaranteed  Wcik Free estimates. 885-2109  TFN  EASY ASSEMBLY any houis.  $339 94 week, lamily ol 3 earns  $4417 92 monthly FREE 24 Hour  Recording Reveals Details 801 -  379 2985 Copynghl DBCI04HH  1 (Kilchen helper year round 2)  summer help lor campground 3)  experienced line dining seivers  with knowledge ol wine. 886-2887  Matuie salesperson able lo work  eveings or days apply in Person  at Seamount Caiwash.      ��23w  WORDPROCESSING  ACCOUNTING  RECEPTIONIST  886-8552  36   Work Wanted  COOL RUNNINGS  Light hauling, rubbish temoval  yaid maintenance, loloDilrng, rxk  jobs 885-3917 TFNs  Housekeeping flexible reliable  phone Alii alter 6 pm. 886-2676  raw  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Garden out ol  control? Need tree pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable seivice. Fully insured. Commeroal at  residential Relerences available.  FRED 886-3526 TFN  LKHW VINYL PANTMO.  OR  SOLID VINYL SIDING  RELIABLE, QUALITY WORK  FOR THE BEST PARE  885-7616  For all your indoor painting needs.  Call Andre 886-2967 ��21w  Bobcat with landscape rake,  excavator lor septic fields and/or  driveways. 886-4859 #21 w  Combination steam cleaner, pressure washer t sandblaster lor  lent 886-4859. #21 w  HOW IMPROVEMENT  Flaming, Carpentry, Finishing,  Drywall, Painting, Wallpaper.  Stelan Perry 886-3792.    ��23W  DRYWALL FINISHING  Laige or small, fast, reliable, professional. Rob Holler. 886-3573.  Certlil.tf Sa* Filer I  JDH MILL SERVICES  Sharpening a Repairs  to all cutting tools Including  Mower Blades A Chalnsaws  YUK ��� Let me change Ihe  VUKKY colours ol your counters, fridge, stove, hood, dishwasher, sinks and bathtub. Can  ���15-7027. R3W  Haid working 18 yr old male  needs woik on bus route Yard  work, child care, anything.  Andrew 8854899 #22W  Experienced, reliable watchman,  available immediately. Full/part-  time. 885-5937 message for site  56 #22  ROCK OF AGES  Rock Walls. Terracing. Planters,  Wishing Wells etc. 885-9819 #22  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpels ��� Upholstery  a��,  POWtHlltl 'RUCK-MOUNTED la "^  I0UIPH1N1 It    ,'���),  MS! POSSIBU HtSUUS    ]*> -''  JUS! ASK AROUND1        ���*���#  S  886*3823  ��� DIVISION Or KEN DEVSIES  t son riooncovEiiNcs  Pari time or lull tame. Trained in -  chemicals, opeiating heavy duty  equipment, power saws, motorcycles, A outboard fixing fencing;  rooling, spacing, pinball  machines; Illness instiudor; yaid  up keep; cooking; disc jockey,  lishing guide; managing; promoting; entertaining; catering; banquets, will do anything Need work  please 8864688 #23w  37   Child Care  1  *?  ICBC INJURY CLAIMS  Fiee initial advice, call Fox Moi  gantCo 669 3441 #21  ifi^  Why buy, when we've  got your number?  LOW COST FAX  TRANSMISSION  SERVICE  886-7725 or 885-3954  ��� Send or receive  ��� Local, national;  international  ��� Reasonable rates  ��� Confidential service  For more information  call 885-3930 or 886-2622  COAST5, NEWS  Cruice Lane Cowrie SI.  Gibsons Sechell  aliMto Nirrop  S4SHwyt01Olb��wial  Jll*  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS Wallpaper,  paint, carpentry, drafting, (ret  [ estimates, Relerences available. 886*195 TFNs  TREES TREE SERVICE  Danger Tree Removal, pruning,  limbing a topping, shaping, land  clearing, logging. Fully  insured.We buy timber. 10% dis-  | count seniors. 884-5263(24hrs)  KAYNOR  Inferior cleaning big or small,  bonded t reliable. 884-5324 or  886-2328. TFN  YOUR FULL  FLOOR COVERING STORE  '3^<^a��'Waiial7aa>r*l<U'  FKEE ESTIMATES -NS-HM  avaiwtmn  1 WaS* WmJf af VVMMR j  B. Varcoe footings, foundations,  sundeeks. Relerences available.  885-7977 #24w  Heavy duty mechanic 20 yrs logging 8 saw null experience need-  ds summer camp |ob. May, June  8 August. Going to UBC In Fall.  Phone Garfield 584-5163     #22  Fully qualified caregiver will provide in home caie on hourly, daily  or short term live-in basis. Phone  886-4688 for more inlormation  #24w  Need a diver? Anything, anywhere, any time. Call Kevin 885-  7959  #21  Complete Bobcat Services  Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walls - Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  TFN  HOMEOWNERS HELPLINE  Skilled creative handymen, fencing, decks, renovations, repairs  etc. Call for Iree estimate. 886-  4786 #22w  Mature woman available for  Spanish lessons, housedeaning,  ( babysitting. Reasonable isles.  Phone 886-8464. #23  Man with small buck, weedeater  will do odd jobs. 886-8464.   #23  Responsible sittei required lor  casual, evening and occasional  weekend babysitting 886-3555  ���21W  Mother ol one will do child caie in  own home. Veiy reliable and  experienced, excellenl references. 885-4821. #22W  Playmates Daycare on Chaster  Rd. has spaces available. Fun.  caring, loving environment  Lunches and snacks provided.  Yvonne. 886-4643 #23w  Wanted - Caring, responsible,  committed person to look alter 8  month old baby. My home or will  consider Creekside area. Full time  starting June I. Ref. required Cal  alter 5:00 886-8981 #22w  Mature sitter required, O'Shea  Rd., several hours/week as well  as occasional evenings. 886-  9204. #22W  Experienced, non-smoking,  evening siller needed lor 15  monlh old girl, in my home in Bonniebrook. Full time. 886-2887  ���21 w  Molly Mouse Day Care spaces  available -18 months to school  age. Fun-tilled caring environment  with early childhood trained stall.  886-3913. IX  38. Business  Opportunities  1978 -518 Cat Skidder. spare lire,  wheel and chains, extras with  1987 4X4 pickup 3/4 ton 886-  3821 after 6 pm. #21W  Established landscaping business  with full line ot equipment. Inquire  Box 375 c/o Coast News, Box  460, Gibsons. BC VON IVO #21 w  For Sale/Lease new industiial  building 3700 sq.ft. 3 bays /1800  sq. ft. uppei storage space, olfice  rental potential, $24,000 per year,  Barry 886-8204. ss  Restaurant location lor sale. Call  alter 6pm 886-8871.        #22W  DEMamUN! Of rttncMs  aacociAM  SMALL CRAFT  HARBOURS BRANCH  INVITATION  TO TENDER  SEALED  TENDERS:  addressed lo Department  ' Fisheries and Occam,  Regional Manager,  Material Management &  Contracting Services  Division,Management  .Services Branch, Sin.  331*555 W, Hastings  Street, Vancouver, BC  Vftll 5G3  AMDMAHKMIi.SMAI.Ia  CRAFT NAMKH its  tONSTRlt I ION SERVICES  SI ANIHMi OFFKK  rrti'MMT  Witt HE RECEIVED IP TO  ItOd P.M., LOCAL TIME, MAY  26. IW2  Tor various coastal and  interior harbour locations  throughout llrilkh  Columbia, divided into  eleven major regions. The  regions may have from  five to ihirty-lour harbour  rachitics in each.  The works covered under  this project consist ol Ihe  furnishing ol all plant,  labour, equipment,  hardware and materials to  carry out harbour repairs  in various locations.  I'eriod o| Standing Oiler  Irom: Dale ot award lo  March 31, 1993  Plans, specifications and  lender documents arc  available from Ihe  Contracts/ Procurement  Section (666-3849),  Department of Fisheries  and Oceans, Stn. 331-  555 West Hastings Street,  Vancouver, BC VftU  503.  Contractors may submit  bids for any "one" or  "all" regions.  The Department reserves  the right lo reject any or  all lenders and the lowest  lender will not  necessarily he accepted.  For enquiries ol a  gcncral/iechnical nature,  contact Dave Thome,  Maintenance Coordinator  It (604) 666-2226.  FISHERIES PECHEI  AND OCEANS ET OCEANS  Try a  Classified ad  offering a Career  Move.  We'll run your ad  in  NORTH  VANCOUVER  ���  CAMPBELL  RIVER  ���  MERRIT  ...and 100 more  B.C. and Yukon  community  newspapers. All  for just  $195  That's over  3,000,000 readers.  If you're BUYING,  SELLING, or  simply TELLING,  IT PAYS TO  SPREAD THE  WORD.  ���  ���  ���  ��� ���  FOR  INFORMATION  CALL  The Coast  News  at 885-3930  V  SAVE PAPER:  Canada  ET/4 ADS  ivlien you  pay for 2  FOR ONE WEEK  in either the Monday  or Weekender edition  up to 10 words  25 cents for each  additional word.  Births, lost &  founds; Free  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion.  Sure Sell Classifieds  $15 up to 10 words  $1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks,  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  by classified deadline ��� Not available lor commeicial advertisers \  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Edition Weekender  Noon Friday Noon Tuesdays  Gibsons 886-2622 Sechelt 885-3930  BCYCNA  anmtH  ctxmaeu  ANDVUKON  lewavPEna ocn  ASSOCIATION ��. D   I  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  lor 25  These ads appear In more than 100 oommunily newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  and reach mora than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669-9222.  $195  $3.70 each additional word  AUCTIONS  OKOTOKS COLLECTOR  CAR Auction. May 22 and  23. 200 special ova. Examples: 28 Model A, 23 Buckel  T, 26 Franklin, 30 Olds, 40  Ford, SS Nomad, 62 TBIrd, 62  Sprite, 930 Turbo, 67 Corvette, 56 TBIrd. Indoors  Triplet. Phone 1(403)938-  4139 9 a.m. ��� 4 p.m. please.  BUSMESS OPPORTUNITIES  AUTOMOTIVE  Engines rebuilt lor cars S  trucks. 6 Cyl. Irom $995, 8  Cyl. from $1095. S Year or  100,000 Km limited warranty.  Bond Mechanical 872-0641  8-7 p.m. 7 days. Toll-free  Mon-Fri 1-600-663-2521.  CANADA ENGINES LTD,  Quality Rebuilt Engines: cars,  light trucks. 6 Cylinder from  $995. 8 Cylinder Irom  $1095., 5 year, 100,000 Km  ltd. ���~  580  wananty. 7 Days, (604)  -1060, 1-800-665-3570.  1987 SUBARU 4WD Wagon  SSpeed White low mlle-  age.immaculate/nonsinoker  driven, excellent condilion,  ratable tanaponation. For  $7500 its yours! Call 683-  1291 days, 985-5020 eves:  Walter.   wumo SUPPLIES  DOORS! WINDOWS! Interior and exterior wood, metal  and French doors, wood windows, skylights. MORE I Cal  collect to WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW In Vancouver  at(604)266-1101.  TRAVEL  COMING TO VANCOUVER?  We have rates Irom $46.95  daily. Weekly and monthly  rales available. BLUE BOY  MOTOR HOTEL. Call 1-800-  663-6715. Full hotel lacili-  Hes, casino, bowling.  You loo can start your own  vinyl sundeck business. Full  or part time, you decide.  $3500 gets you all you need  to enter Ihis highly lucrative  industiy.piusyougetlhesup-  portofCanadaslargesl group  ol licensed dealers.  1(604)060 1200.  Coming soon lo a T.V. near  you: --80 CHANNELS'- Opportunity: Independent distributors and/or customers.  Pixxi'uclMrtMtolite dish and  receiver; digital quality picture and sound; movies,  sports, news. Phone/Fax  1(604)274-2669.   LOOKING FOR BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITY WITH UNLIMITED GROWTH POTENTIAL? We have tha Company, Products, Market and  Generous Compensation  Plan. Send S.A.S.E. Box  5982, Station *B\ victoria,  B.C. VSR 1H0.  PROFITABLE HOME BUSI-  NESSI Be financially independent. Free details: EAU,  #407-430 Westview Street,  Coquitlam, B.C. V3K3W4.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  ADD A LITTLE SPICE! B.C.  College Roommates - Cindy,  Wendy and Lisa- have exciting Personal Photos ol themselves tor sale. For discreet  Into write to: Spice, Box 670-  GB, Kelowna, B.C. V1Y7P4.  Adults only  OR AFT SUPPLIES  Craft Supplies toralyour crafting needs. Send $4 for our  100 page 1992 Crafts Catalogue. Unicom Crafts, Unit  20,3371 SB Essendene Ave.,  Dept. AB, Abfaotslord, B.C.  V2S 2G9.  COMMQ EVENTS  HELPWANTEO  TRAIN TO MANAGE an  Apartment/Condominium  buHding.   Many jobs available. Government licensed  home study certification  course.   Call lor details:  (604)681-6456 orl-SOO-665-  8339.  GET PAID tor reading booksl  Up to $100 per title. Books  sent free. Write today. FREE  REPORT. Gateway Publico,  Dept. bcl, #150 1857 West  4th, Vancouver, B.C. V6J  1M4.  FOR SALE NBC.  Curling Club Manager  Wanled. IcemakJngcapabili  lies preferred. Over all administration, mslntenance,  supervision of lounge, concession and Icemsklng.  Deadline May 30/92. Curling  Club, Box 4292, Williams  Lake. B.C. V2G 2V3.  LIVESTOCK  Backhoes 2 8 4 W.D., 950,  980, loaders, 18' X 36' jaw  crusher, dump trucks and  pups, 455 case loader, water  truck, excavators, and more  equipment not listed. Call Vic  493-6791.  EXCLUSIVE SHEEPSKIN  PRODUCTS. Car seat covers, Rugs, Slippers, Baby's  Lambskin elc.   Mall Order  anywhere.  30 Day money-  back guarantee, free catalogue. Call: Shear Comfort  Toll-free 1-800-663-7750.  LLAMA SALE (Legacy Clas-  sic Llama Sale V) 56 Llamas  being sold by auction Juno 6,  1992,2 p.m. Westerner Exposition Fairgrounds, Red  Deer, AB. Call 1(403)346-  3148 for details.  HBCELLANEOUS  HANOLE STRESS.   GAIN  CONTROL OVER THE REACTIVE MIND! It starts wilh  tNsbook Dianetics: The Modem Science ot Mental Health  by LRon Hubbard.   $7.50.  To order cal 1(604)681-0318.  VIsa/MC accepted. Hubbard  Dianetics Foundation, 401  West Hastings Street, Vancouver V6B 1L5.  GUN BARGAINS: Saveupto  40% on some ftemsl The  GunRunner Is a monthly  newspaper devoted exclusively to the sale, purchase  and trade of modem and antique firearms and accessories. $23 per year or $2 sample copy. The GunRunner  Newspaper, Box 565B,  Lethbridge, Ab TU 3Z4.  HELPWANTEO  Air to Air Alter Coolers are  rebulkJable. Tony's Radiator  rebuilds Kenworlh, White  Western Star and Peterbullt  $485, 6 monlh warranty  1(604)392-7774.  We need you lo sell toys A  gifts for C 8 M GUIs.   NO  INVESTMENT, NO DELIVERIES, no collection.   Cal  1(519)258-7905   or   Fax  1(510)258-0707 tor free Info.  REALESTATE  CRUISE LINE EMPLOYMENT PACKAGE. Types of  Jobs/How to get those Jobs/  North America Contact Directory/More! Fordelailscall:  1(604)535 3539.  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  for unpaid taxes. Crown Land  availability. For inlormation  on both write: Properties,  Dept. CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa, K2C 3J1  REALESTATE  FORECLOSED 4 repossessed properties. Going  once, going twice...For Information wrlle: A-REO  Comm.,#3 20306Dewdney  Trunk Rd, Maple Ridge, B.C.  V2X 3E2.  Thompson River Estates.  Valley View lots. 3/4 S1 acre  lots, 5 A 10 acre Iota. 1 only  5 acre lot on Ihe Thompson  River 30 mln. west of  Kamk��psonlheTCH#1. Call  collect 1(604)373-2282,  SERVICES  Major ICBC and Injury claims.  Joel A. Wenar trial lawyer for  24 years. Call collect:  (604)736-5500. Contingency  lees available. Injured In B.C.  only.  NOTRE DAME Hounds Residential Hockey School. Girls  -one 1 week session July 19-  25: Boys four 1 week ses-  sionsJuly26-August22. Four  hoursol ice Sme daily. Graduates include: Wendel Clark,  Russ Courlnall, Rod  Brind'Amour, Curtis Joseph.  1(306)732-2080 for details.  BLANKET  CLASSHED  ADVERTHMQ  Blanket classifieds  appear In all BCYCNA  member newspapers  and reach over 3 million readers every  The cost par Insertion  is $195.00 for theM  25 words and $3.70  for each additional  word.  - .  . Coast News, May 25, 1992  19  We Still  Howe  ��g-Ju.  The Caretul Movers  In a day when personal service seems like a chapter from history,  you'll be pleased with Allied's genuine concern. Call ua. We'll  make a helpful house call, .right away.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom packing, storage, local & long distance moving.  HWY 101, GIBSONS  P.nij.f HtrOouf cuttomajr,    ... 4CC J  plHU C��U COLLECT.       UOtWOOl  With elhows pointing cast and wesl, lots north and south, Janet  Wilson of Tsawwassen waits patiently at Trail Bay beach near  Snickett park for a dental appointment she came till Ihe way to  Sechelt to attend. leal Jaaaaoaa ptota  remember when  5 YKARSAGO  After months of negotiations the Sechell and District Chamber of  Commerce, via president Kay Bailey handed over Ihe keys of Rockwood Lodge to Mayor Bud Koch and the District of Sechelt.  Bob Kelly's garbage Iruck lost its brakes on Winn Road last  Thursday morning and caused considerable damage to the home of  Wall and Inez llendrickson on the waterfront.  The Sunshine Coasl Labour Council sponsored a Drive Oul Bills  19 and 20 car parade and over 100 vehicles slatted out from Langdale  with more joining en route lo Sechelt.  10 YEARS AGO  Over half of the student body of Elphinstone Secondary staged a  half hour walkout to protest Ihe transferring of their principal, Barry  Boulton lo Chatelech Secondary school. Student council presidenl  Allan Carroll said the demonstration was called to "bring public  awareness that Mr. Boulton was being fired and that most of the  school supported him and felt he should not be fired."  15 YEARS AGO  Clark Steabner outlines projected plans for an Arts Centre to  Sechelt council. Norm Watson petitions Sechelt council for Porpoise  Inlet Marsh to be declared a bird sanctuary.  25 YEARS AGO  Gibsons/Port Mellon Centennial Swimming Pool Committee has  decided to drop Ihe project. The public has not shown sufficient interest.  35 YEARS AGO  Sechelt council appoints Ted Rayner as municipal clerk effective  June I. Tenders have been called for construction of the Mission  Creek bridge which was destroyed previously by rampaging flooding.  45 YEARS AGO  A.G. Graham accepts the invitation of Gibsons ratepayers ip draw  up a zoning master plan for the area. This is a free government service.  You ate invited to attend an  EDUCATION WERFI1DING  MEETING  WEDNESDAY, MAY 27,1992  4:30-5:30 P.M.  INDIAN BAND HALL  This meeting is jointly sponsored by  School District 46, C.U.P.E., S.C.T.A, S.C.A.A., PARENTS  THINGS TO DO  on the Sunshine Coast  Everyone Welcome  &  golf CLUB,  **ma>  Lounge & Snack Bar  Power Cait Available  Hwy. 101, 2 kms. north ol Garden Bay turnott  Phon* 883-9541  *  *  *  *  Browse  mShow Piece Gallerym  For Handmade Gills ��� Pollery ��� Cards ��� Candles ��� Art Supplies  280 Gower Point Road, Gibsons Landing ��� 886-9213  Visil  mShow Piece Framesm  Quality Custom Framing  ���    H** Framell-Yourself Section  Wilson Creek Plan  ���  885-9215    Tuesday  r.00  The Independent Nuiion nf Roberts Creek  Helen Roy lalks wilh Oili/ens nl Roherts Creek.  8:00  On The Edge  The third of three from Delia Cable 4 lakes Ihe viewer seuhadi vme  8:30  The Sunshine Coasl Home Business Assn.  Wednesday  7:00  Women in Trades.  Diane Evans lalks wilh Judy Meyers, Marilyn Magas and 2 sludenis.  7:30  On The Edge  The second of three from Delia Cable 4 lakes ihe viewer niekelimhing.  8:00  Kelurn to Ka/.ukslan  Gower I'oinl resident Murray Dnipe was working in Ka/ukstan. Russia  during Ihe breakup of Ihe U.S.S.R. and shares his experiences.  8:30  Talking Together  May is "Heller Hearing & Speech Monlh" and Ihis program looks al  speech and language develiipmenl in young children.  9:00  Talk to Your Local Government. Lola Westell hnsls.  Thursday  7:00  E.S.P. TV. A Discussion on AIDS  Broadcasling student Angela Collins pnxluced Ihis special on A.I.D.S.  from Elphinstone. Panel members include Dr. Paner, Shaun Cardinall,  Health Nurse Joanna R/epa and an audience of sludenis and teachers.  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  CEDAR -FIR - HEMLOCK  886-7033  NORTH OAKS  5 767 North Rd., Gibsons, B.C.  26 Adult Oriented  Single Level Townhomes  Open Daily 1 - 4pm  1 Bedroom, 900 sq. ft S 91,900  1 Bedroom, 900 sq. ft comer unit.$ 94,900  2 Bedroom, 1029 sq. ft $ 101,900  GREAT VIEW  808 Bayview Heights Rd. Gibsons  New Gibsons view home, 3 bedroom plus  basement, large view deck, stone fireplace,  cozy rec room with wood stove, oak spindles,  Jacuzzi tub, vacuum system, triple sink with  garborator, radio intercom sound system, fully  landscaped & fenced $194,000  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP.  886-4680  SPCA News  Two wonderful, affectionate  cats (far too long wailingl ���  one spayed female, above,  and one neutered male, are  desperately in need of homes.  Find It in your heart to make  a special place for one or bolh  of these companions. Phone  the SPCA at 885-4771.  Lions back  drivers  The BC Lions Society will  be subsidizing clients of Ihe  Volunteers Drivers Program  who could not otherwise afford  to travel for their medical  appointments. These subsidies  will be approved on an individual basis.  The Volunteer Drivers Program and its clients and volunteers would like to thank the  BC Lions Society for their generosity and support of an  important service to the community. Three cheers for the  BC Lions Society.  CUPS SAVE      ^  F* bc ferries Schedule  VANCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  T  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Lv. Langdale              Lv. Horseshoe Bay  Lv. Earls Cove  Lv, Saltery Bay  6:20 am       2:30 pm    7:30 am  3:30 pm  6:40 am       4:30 pm  5:45 am       3:30 pm  8:30            4:30         9:30 M  5:30  8:20           6:30  7:35           5:30 M  10:30          6:30         11:30  7:25 M  10:30          8:30  9:25 M         7:30  12:25pmM   8:20M      1:15pm  9:15  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  11:30           9:30  M denotes Maverick Bus  If you are Buying or Selling...   aamam  the realtor you choose tan make the difference.  FOR DEPENDABLE SERVICE... Call us!  885-3295  681-7931  (Van. Toll Free)  is a member of  and one of 692 community  newspapers across Canada  with circulations totalling more  than 5.5 million weekly.  /  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  V  (sr^     cup & save  GIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  ROUTE 1 via North Rd , Seacol.  Fletcher. Gower PI., Franklin, Marine Dr.  ROUTE 2 via Pratt, ChE ,er. King, Veterans,  Hwy. 101, Wookcieek Pk.. SC Trailer Park  Depart '5:45 am  1:45pm Depart       8:14am 4:11  Depart    7:30 am 4:25   Arrive   7:45  4:40  Mall       7:45  3:45      Langdale 10:11       6:11  Mall    * 11:00      6:20   Mall    11:28  6:40  9:45  5:45      Ferry       12:11 pm 8:08  12:25                            12:40  11:45  7:45      Terminal    2:08  "No 5:45 am run Sat., Sun. or Holidays  NOTE: Shoppers Loop leaves Mall 10:45 am,  12:45 ft 2:45 pm, Mon.-Sat.  Information, comments or suygestions - 886-9318  ���11:00 am routes via Bonniebrook, Gower Pt.  NOTE: No 5:30 am or 7:30 am service Sat.,  Sun. or Holidays  nn  p  mmm  SukcgmI AgeKcteA  Anwfflbin  of i  TRAVEL Tfj|se|  886-9255 Profnutanate  Red Carpet Service from Friendly Professionals In Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  INSURANCE  886-2000 18  Coasl News, May 25, 1992  Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  34   Help Wanted  Established Marina in Secrel  Cove s seeking to till a lulltime  secielanai/ollice admins posi  noon Duties include postal del.  cashier, receptionist!, data entiy.  merchandising previous eip  important All applicant must be  pleasant and possess good com  mumcation skills Phone 885  788U lor luilher details ��1  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Love Babies? The 'baby  Clinic" m Sechelt needs help on  Weds weighing babies and  assisting with progiam  A Workshop Coordinator is  needed lo assist wilh a  piogiam lor teachers ol  children's ad Greal opportunity  tor involvement  Grandparents are needed lo  give support lo parents by  phone Great listening skills are  needed. Orientation provided  Host Families are needed lor  Japanese exchange sludenis  liom July 14 -Aug. 23 Call us  for moie info.  Concerned aboul the Earth?  A recycling depot in Gibsons  needs help on Sal.. 2-4 fir  shifts. Commitment is important  For These And More  Opportunities Contact  THE VOLUNTEER AND  INFORMATION CENTRE  11885-5881  A service funded by ihe  Ministry ol Social Services  Gibsons and Oistricl Public  Library. Library Technician. Primary responsibilities: acquisitions,  cataloguing, and children's  department Full lime, with some  weekend and evening work. To  stad as soon as possible. Salary  negotiable. Applications to: Hiring  Committee, Gibsons and District  Public Library, Bon 109 Gibsons,  BC, VON IVO. Deadline: May  31/92. ��22  Assemble lighl produds Irom  home Easy work - excellent pay!  We provide details - 24 hrs. (604)  623-2380 Ext. #A74.        #22W  CAREER OPPORTUNITY  REAL ESTATE APPRAISAL  ten owMondav 10 Frrrtay ha. day cleraal  dulms Enrolrrwil in An-.nsal Irtaiilutn ol  Canada n^il school or corrMpohdano.  mum  V.ar Two- Fy. land emraoyrrwnl upon  compWayiAppraqaliiril Ctancldiaw..  '��.! assgnmenla (training poftlion)  Veav Four- upon dmic/ialKaa C H A, lull lima  appraisal Fw partaripaluo available  fleqinrerrw.it VflhcVj. Grad. 12, anihrnarla:  KXuracy, 'eanUrl lypmo, afcilin eswolal'  Tyrang IM , alter? ,<>a -aealioi w. be ravran  SwxineBurrals.lrans.ru, .Maria,  Heiemnces, elc lo  1A Kvam | Associates  PO Boa 12.0  Grbaons.BC VON IVO  No pho,* calls ptease  34   Help Wanted  Mature salesperson able to wok  7 days a week, evenings or days  apply m person al Seamount Car  Wash #21W  II you are struggling with money  problems, we can help Process  mail al home, stait immediately  postage & supplies lurnished.  Send a 110 envelope sell  addressed and stamped to: JMP  Enterprises Bo�� 42190 Depl CI 2.  Calgary AB. T2J 7A6 ��21  Retail Sales person wilh ollice  experience pi/It Send resume to  Box 1579. Sechell U22  E.penenced cook lot girls camp.  Sit Thuis June I8tn Sat Aug  8th. Phone 734-1307 evenings  leave message) 122  MO.OOO/yi1 READ BOOKS  and TV Scripts Fill oul simple  'like/donl like' lorm EASY1 Fun,  relaxing at home, beach, vacations. Guaianteed paycheck.  FREE 24 Hour Recording 801-  379-2905 Copynghl HBCI04EB.  140,000 yrt READ BOOKS and  TV Scripts Fill out simple  "like/don't like' lorm Easy! Fun  relaxing at home, beach, vacations Labot shortage, guaranteed  paycheck. Also, Corrections $30,000. Read TV  Scripts $50,000, Numbei  pages $21,000.Make  Index $30,000. FREE 24  hour recording reveals details.  801-379-2905 Copynghl  DBC104GB Hurry! Oiler ends  soon! #23  EARN MONEY Reading books!  $30.000/yr. Income potential,  details 1-805 962-8000, Ext.  CY308. H24W  Lord Jim's Resort - experienced  breaklast cook wanted, $8-$10  per hour 885-7038 *23W  Are you proud ol your resume?  Piolessional resumes - lasl. 886-  2521. #23W  Beginning June 22 oi 29 Sunshine Coast Arts Center requires  2 students as assistanls to Ihe  curator/manager t The Craft Fair  Coordinator. Applications and  resume in wilting. Must be  received or post marked on June  10. 1992.Foi more inlormation  call 885-5412 ��21w  Kitchen/laundry helper lor girls  camp, Sechelt. 4 hi/day. Fri June  26th ��� Sat. Aug 8th. Please contact 734-1307 eveings - leave  message.  energetic, enthusiastic student  required in Kyak/canoe shop lor  rentals and lessonss. First Aid  certificate t Paddling experience  required. 885-6440. #21  Rockwood Centre is now accepting applications lor 4 positions,  inc. Supervior, to begin June 1,  1992. seccesslul applicants must  be collecting income assit. be  physically able to handle moderate labor tasks ( have some car-  penlry skills. For interview 885-  2552. ��23w  34   Help Wanted  Looking for  Part / Full Time  Cashiers / Floor Clerics.  Particularly  Shoes & Clothing.  Summer & Possibly Fall  Please Apply to  Trail Bay Sports  88S-2512  Cruise Ship |obs hiring  summer/year round $3001900  weekly Photographers, tour  guides, casino workers, deck  hands and moie Hawaii,  Caribbean. Bahamas 1 504 646  4500 exl C305 24 hrs diiecloiy,  relundatXe lee Ml  EASY ASSEMBLY any houis,  $339 84 week, family ol 3 earns  $44l792monihly FREE 24 Hour  Recording Reveals Details 801-  379 2985 Copynghl ��BCI04HH  35   Business &  Home Seivu  DO YOU NEED  Lawn/landscape maintenance,  weedeating, biusfacutting. lubtash  removal, hedge trimming, window  washing elc. Skip's mamlenance  Service 885-4522 122  36   Work Wanted  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Dangei Tree  Removal. Insured. Guaranteed  Wcik Fiee eslimates 885-2109  TFN  I iKiichcn helpei year round 2)  summer help lor campgiound 3)  experienced Fine dining serveis  with knowledge ol wine. 886-2887  Mature salesperson able to woik  eveings oi days apply in Peison  at Seamounl Carwash.      ��23w  WORDPROCESSING  ACCOUNTING  RECEPTIONIST  Laura at. Thomme  886  8552  COOL RUNNINGS  Light hauling, rubbish temoval  yard mamlenance. lototillrng. ode  lobs 885-3917 TFNs  Housekeeping flexible reliable  phone Alii altei 6 pm 886-2676  aw  We've Got The  Why buy, when we've  got your number?  LOW COST FAX  TRANSMISSION  SERVICE  886*7725 or 885*3954  ��� Send or receive  ��� Local, national,'  international  ��� Reasonable rates  ��� Confidential service  For more inlormation  call 885-3930 or 886-2622  when you  pay for 2  FOR ONE WEEK  in either the Monday  or Wookondor odition  up to 10 words  25 cents for each  additional word.  \ Births, lost &  ���' < founds; Freo  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion.  Sure Sell Classifieds  $15 up to 10 words  $1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks,  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  by classified deadline ��� Not available for commercial advertisers \  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Edition Weekender  Noon Friday Noon Tuesdays  Gibsons 886-2622 Sechelt 885-3930  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems' Gaiden put pi  conlipl? Need tree pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable set-  vice. Fully insured Commercial 4  residential. Relerences available  FREO 886-3526 TFN  LKHJIO VINYL PAINTING  OR  SOLID VINYL SIDING  RELIABLE, QUALITY WORK  FOR THE BEST PRICE  815-7618  For all your indoor painling needs.  Call Andre 886-2967        #21*  Bobcat with landscape rake,  excavator lor seplic fields and/or  driveways. 886-4859        #21 w  Combination steam cleaner, pies-  sure washei i sandblaater lor  rent 886*859 #21 w  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Framing. Carpentry, Finishing,  Drywall, Painting, Wallpaper.  Stelan Perry 886-3792.    #23W  DRYWALL FINISHING  Large or small, lasl, reliable, professional. Rob Holler. 886-3573.  Certified Saw Filer I  .IDH MILL SERVICES  Sharpening a Repairs  to all cutting tools Including  Mower Blades A Chalnsaws  Junto Harrop  awHwvioioioieinaal-oiiT  YUK ��� Lei ma change Ilia  YUKK.Y colours ot your counters, fridge, slove, hood, dishwasher, sinks and bathtub. Can  ���85-7027 ��23W  Hard working 16 yr old mate  needs work on bus route Yard  work, child care, anything.  Andrew 8850999 #22W  Eipeiienced. reliable watchman,  available immediately. Full/part  time. 885-5937 message for site  56 #22  ROCK OF AGES  Rock Walls, Terracing, Planters.  Wishing Wells etc. 885-9819 #22  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpels ��� Upholstery  aa\  POWIHIUI  IHUCK M0UNHD |7**'  10UIPMIN1 It    :\  MSI PObSiflll HISUllS   'aV/,,  JUS! ASK AROUND1        ���*��������    ���  mm  886-3823  0 DIVISION OF KEN DEMIES  a son riooncovEitiNCs  Part time or lull Drue Trained in -  chemicals, operating heavy duty  equipment, power saws; motorcycles, & outboard filing; fencing;  rooling; spacing; pinball  machines; Illness instructor; yard  up keep; cooking; disc jockey,  lishing guide, managing; promot  ing; entertaining; catering, banquets, will do anything. Need work  please 8864688 ��23w  37   Child Care  LOOKING FOR  SPECIAL HELP?  ICBC INJURY CLAIMS  Fiee initial advice, call Fpn Morgan t Co 6693441 #21  *���?  III*  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS Wallpaper,  painl, carpentry, drafting, fraa  eslimales, Relerences available 866-8095 TFNs  TREES TREE SERVICE  Danger Tree Removal, pruning,  limbing 4 lopping, shaping, land  clearing, logging. Fully  insured. We buy limber. 10% dis-  count seniors 884-5263(24firs)  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded 4 reliable. 884-5324 or  886-2328. TFN  (Q  1  YOUR FULL  FLOOR COVERING STORE  ���^<^WM7iia��V��**V  ntEEESnMATES-affi-JtM  cauumimmatmu  B. Varcoe lootings, foundations,  sundecks. Relerences available.  885-7977 #24w  Heavy duty mechanic 20 yis logging 4 saw mill experience need-  ds summer camp job. May, June  I August. Going lo UBC in Fall.  Phone Garfield 584-5163     #22  Fully qualified caregiver will provide in home caie on hourly, daily  or short term live-in basis. Phone  886-4688 for more inlormation.  ���24w  Need a diver? Anything, anywhere, any time. Call Kevin 885-  7959 #21  Complete Bobcat Sendees  Excavating > Backfilling  Retaining Walls - Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  886-8538  TFN  HOMEOWNERS HELPLINE  Skilled creative handymen, lancing, decks, renovations, repaira  etc. Call lor Iree estimate. 886-  4788 #22*  Mature woman available lor  Spanish lessons, housedeaning,  4 babysitting. Reasonable tales.  Phone 886-8464. #23  Man with small Iruck, weedealer  will do odd jobs. 886-8464.    #23  Responsible sitter required lor  casual, evening and occasional  weekend babysitting 886-3555  ���21W  Mothei ol one will do child care in  own home. Veiy reliable and  experienced, excellenl leleiences 685-4821. #22W  Playmates Daycare on Chaster  Rd. has spaces available. Fun.  caring, loving environment.  Lunches and snacks provided.  Yvonne 866-4643 #23w  Wanted - Caring, responsible,  committed person tp look aller 8  month old baby. My home or will  consider Creekside area. Full time  starling June 1. Rel. required. Cal  alter 5:00.886-8981 ��22w  Matuie sitter required, O'Shea  Rd., several hours/week as well  as occasional evenings. 886-  9204. #22W  Experienced, non-smoklno,  evening sitter needed lor 15  month old gut. in my home In Bonniebrook. Full time. 886-2887  ���21 w  Molly Mouse Day Care spaces  available -18 months to school  age. Fun-lilled caring environment  with early childhood trained stall.  886-3913 #30  38. Business  Opportunities  1978 -518 Cat Skidder, spare tire,  wheal and chains, extras wilh  1987 4X4 pickup 3/4 Ion. 886-  3821 alter 6 pm. #2IW  Established landscaping business  with lull line ol equipment. Inquire  Box 375 c/o Coast News, Box  460, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0 #21 w  For Sale/Lease new industrial  building 3700 sq.lt. 3 bays /1800  sq. It. upper storage space, ollice  rental potential, $24,000 per year,  Barry 886-8204 ss  Restaurant location lor sale. Call  after 6pm 886-8871.        #22W  DCPJanriMHl of Ftsntncs  ANOOCEAKS  SMALL CRAFT  HARBOURS BRANCH  INVITATION  TO TENDER  SEALED  TENDERS:  addrcstcd to Department  * Fisheries anil Oceans.  Regional Manager.  Material Management &  Contracting .Services  Division,Management  Services Hr.im.lt, Sin.  331.555 W.Hastings  Street, Vancouver. HC  VftH 5G3  AND MAKKKDt SMAU-  CHAFI 'HARBOURS  CONSTRUCTION MtRVICRS  STANDING iwrv.R  ft n. MMT  WtLLRKRRCSIVKDUPTO  Mmi P.M., LOCAL TIMB, MAY  26, IWJ  for various coastal and  interior harbour locations  throughout Mulish  Columbia, divided into  eleven major regions. The  regions may have Irom  five lo thirty.lour harbour  facilities In each.  The works covered under  (his project consist til the  furnishing ol all plant,  labour, equipment,  hardware and materials to  carry oul harbour repairs  in various locations.  Period of Standing Offer  from: Dale of award to  March 31,1993  Plans, specifications and  lender documents arc  available from the  Contracts/ Procurement  Scclion (6*56-3849),  Departmenl of Fisheries  and Oceans, Sin. 331-  555 West Hastings Street,  Vancouver, DC Vhll  503.  Contractors may submit  bids for any "nne" or  "all" regions.  The Department reserves  the right to reject any or  " tenders and the lowest  tender will noi  necessarily he accepted.  For enquiries of a  general/technical nature,  contact Dave Thornc,  Maintenance Coordinator  at (604(666-2226.  FISHERIES  AND OCEANS  PCCHES  ET OCEANS  Canada  Try a  Classified ad  offering a Career  Move.  We'll run your ad  in  NORTH  VANCOUVER  ���  CAMPBELL  RIVER  ���  MERRIT  ...and 100 more  B.C. and Yukon  community  newspapers. All  for just  $195  That's over  3,000,000 readers.  If you're BUYING,  SELLING, or  simply TELLING,  IT PAYS TO  SPREAD THE  WORD.  FOR  INFORMATION  CALL  The Coast  News  at 885-3930  BCYCNA  afarnsH  COLUMBIA  ANDYUKON  cOMMunrry  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  257  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear In more than IOO community newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669-9222  lo. 25  $195  tt 70 oacli additional word  AUCTIONS  OKOTOKS COLLECTOR  CAR Auction. May 22 and  23. 200 apodal care. Examples: 28 Model A, 23 Buckel  T, 26 Franklin, 30 Olds, 40  Ford, 55 Nomad, 62 TBird, 62  Sprite, 930 Turbo, 67 Corvette, 56 TBIrd. Indoora  Triplex. Phone 1(403)938-  4l39 9e.ffl.-4 p.m. please.  AUTOMOTIVE  Engines rebuilt tor cars a  micka. 6 Cyl. from $995, 8  Cyl. from $1095. 5 Year or  100,000 Km limited warranty.  Bond Mechanical 872-0641  8-7 p.m. 7 days. Tot-free  Mon-Fri 1-800-663-2521.  CANADA ENGINES LTD.  Quality Rebuilt Engines: cars,  light trueka. 6 Cylinder from  $995. 8 Cylinder Irom  $1095., 5 year, 100,000 Km  ltd. warranty. 7 Days, (604)  580-1050, 1-800-665-3570.  BUSMESS OPPORTUNITIES  You too can atari your own  vinyl sundeck business. Full  or pert time, you decide.  $3500 gels you all you need  to enter thla highly lucrative  Industry, plus you get the sup-  portofCanadaslargest group  ol licensed dealera.  1(604)860-1200.  1987 SUBARU 4WD Wagon  5Speed White low mTle-  age.lmmaculate/nonsmoker  driven, excellent condition,  ratable raneportatlon. For  $7500 Ire yoursl Call 683-  1291 days, 985-5020 eves:  Walter.  BU8.MNO SUPPLIES  DCORSI WINDOWS! Interior and exterior wood, metal  and French doors, wood windows, skylights. MORE I Call  collect to WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW In Vancouver  at(604)266-1101.  TRAVEL  COMING TOVANCOUVER?  We have rates Irom $46.95  dally. Weekly end monthly  rates available. BLUE BOY  MOTOR HOTEL. Call 1-800-  663-6715. Full hotel lacili-  Hes, casino, bowling.  Coming soon to a T.V. near  you: -*80 CHANNELS'- Opportunity: Independent dla  tribute's and/or cuetomera.  Product Mni satellite dish end  receiver; digital quality picture and sound; movlee,  eporta, news. Phone/Fax  1(804)2742669.   EVENTS  TRAIN TO MANAGE an  Apartment/Condominium  building. Many jobs available. Government licensed  home atudy certification  course. Cell for details:  (604)681 5456 or1-800��5  8339.  Backhoee 214 W.D., 950,  960, loaders, 18' x 36' jaw  crusher, dump trucks end  pupa, 455 case loader, waler  truck, excavators, and more  equipmentnotllsted. Call Vic  493-6791.  HELPWANTEO _  GET PAID for reading books!  Up to $100 per title. Books  sent free. Write today. FREE  REPORT. Gateway Publico,  Dept. bd, #150-1857 Wesl  4th, Vancouver, B.C. V6J  1M4.  LOOKING FOR BUSINESS  OPPORTUNITY WITH UNLIMITED GROWTH POTENTIAL? We have Ihe Company, Products, Market and  Generous Compenaatlon  Plan. Send S.A.S.E. Box  5982, Station *B', Victoria,  B.C. VSR 1H0.  PROFITABLE HOME BUSINESS! Be financially independent. Free details: EAU,  #407-430 Westview Street,  Coquitlam, B.C. V3K3W4.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  ADD A LITTLE SPICEI B.C.  College Roommates ��� Cindy,  Wendy and Lisa-have exciting Personal Photos of themselves tor sale. For discreet  info write to: Spice, Box 670-  GB, Kelowna, B.C. V1Y7P4.  Adults only  CRAFT SUPPLIES  CraftSuppfies for alyour crafting needs. Send $4 tor our  100 page 1992 Crafts Catalogue. Unicom Crafts, Unit  20,33718BEssendeneAva.,  Dept AB, Abbotstord, B.C.  V2S2G9.  EXCLUSIVE SHEEPSKIN  PRODUCTS. Ceraeet covers, Ruga, Slippers, Baby's  LambakTn etc. Mall Order  anywhere. 30 Day money-  back guarantee, free catalogue. Call: Shear Comfort  Toil-free 1-800-663-7750.  HANDLE STRESS. GAIN  CONTROL OVER THE REACTIVE MINDI It starts wilh  thlsbookDianellca: The Modem Science of Mental Health  by LRon Hubbard. $7.50.  Toordercal 1(604)681-0318.  Vise/MC.vJcep'ed. Hubbard  Dianetics Foundation, 401  West Hastings Street, Vancouver  lHastingaS  er V6B ILS.  HELP WANTED  We need you to aell toys a  gifts tor C * M Gifts. NO  INVESTMENT, NO DELIVERIES, no collection. Cal  1(519)258 7905 or Fax  1(510)258-0707 lor free info.  CRUISE LINE EMPLOYMENT PACKAGE. Types of  Jobs/How to gat fuse Jobs/  Nonh America Contact Directory/Morel For details call:  1(604 535 3539.  Curling Club Manager  Wanted. Icemakingcapablli  tea prelerra J Over all ad-  mlnlalratlon, nui'ttenance,  supervision of lounge, con  cession and Icemeking.  Deadline May 30/92. Curling  Club, Box 4292, Williams  Lake, B.C. V2G 2V3.   LIVESTOCK  REALESTATE  FORECLOSED 8 repossessed properties. Going  once, going twlce...For Information write: A-REO  Comm., #3-20306 Dewdney  Trunk Rd., Maple Ridge, B.C.  V2X3E2.  LLAMA SALE (Legacy Classic Uama Sale V) 56 Llamas  being sold by auction Juna6,  1992,2 p.m. Westerner Exposition Fairgrounds, Red  Deer, AB. Call 1(403)346-  3148 for details.  MISCELLANEOUS  GUN BARGAINS: Saveupto  40% on some Items! The  GunRunner le a monthly  newspaper devoted exclusively to the sale, purchase  and trade of modem and antique firearms and accessories. $23 peryear or $2 sample copy. The GunRunner  Newapaper, Box 565B,  Lethbtidge, Ab TU 3Z4.  Air to Air After Coolers are  rebuildabie. Tonya Radiator  rebuilds Kenworth, White  Western Star end Peterbullt  $485, 6 month warranty  1(604)392-7774.  REALESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  torunpejdtaxes. Crown Land  availability. For Information  on both write: Properties,  Dept CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa, K2C 3J1  Thompson River Estales.  Valley View lots, 3/4*1 acre  lots, 5 a 10 acre lota. 1 only  5 acre lot on the Thompson  River 30 mln. west ot  Kamk��psonlheTCH#1. Call  collect 1(604)373-2282.  SERVICES  Major ICBC and Injury claims.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer for  24 years. Call collect:  (604)736-5500. Contingency  fees available. InjuredlnB.C.  only.  NOTRE DAME Hounds Residential Hockey School. Girls  ��� one 1 week session July 19-  25: Boys four 1 week sea-  slonsJuly26-Augusl22. Four  hoursof icstimedally. Graduates include: Wendel Clark,  Ruas Courtnall, Rod  Brind'Amour, Curls Joseph  1(306)732-2080 lor details.  BLANKET  CLASSFED  AOVERTISINQ  Blanket classifieds  appear in all BCYCNA  member newspapers  and reach over 3 mil  lion readera every  The cost per insertion  is $195.00 lor the firm  25 words and $3.70  lor each additional  word.  i-l-jaw**. -  A# Coast News, May 25, 1992  19  We Still Mah���  House  The Careful Movers  In a day when personal service seems like a chapter Irom history,  you'll be pleased with Allied's genuine concern. Call ua. We'll  make a helpful house call.right away  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom packing, stoiage. local $ long distance moving.  HWY 101, GIBSONS  Pindtr Hirtaour cultomajrt    aBe ��mj  D'eaae CALL COLLECT.       OOD-CDD*)  Wilh elbows pointing cast and wesl, lots north and soulh, Janet  Wilson or Tsawwassen wails patiently al Trail Bay beach near  Snickctl park for a denial appointment she came all Ihe way lo  Sechelt lo attend. .tnet Johatumt oAsis  5 YEARS AGO  After months of negotiations the Sechell and District Chamber of  Commerce, via president Kay Bailey handed over the keys of Rockwood Lodge lo Mayor Bud Koch and Ihe Districl of Sechelt.  Bob Kelly's garbage truck lost its brakes on Winn Road last  Thursday morning and caused considerable damage to the home of  Walt and Inez Ilendrickson on the waterfront.  The Sunshine Coasl Labour Council sponsored a Drive Out Bills  19 and 20 car parade and over 100 vehicles started out from Langdale  with more joining en roule to Sechelt.  10 YEARS AGO  Over half of Ihe sludent body of Elphinstone Secondary staged a  half hour walkout to protest the transferring of their principal, Barry  Boulton to Chatelech Secondary school. Student council president  Allan Carroll said Ihe demonstration was called to "bring public  awareness thai Mr. Boulton was being fired and that most of the  school supported him and fell he should not be Tired."  15 YEARS AGO  Clark Sleabner outlines projected plans for an Arts Centre to  Sechelt council. Norm Watson petitions Sechelt council for Porpoise  Inlet Marsh lo be declared a bird sanctuary.  25 YEARS AGO  Gibsons/Port Mellon Centennial Swimming Pool Committee has  decided to drop the project. The public has not shown sufficient interest.  35 YEARS AGO  Sechelt council appoints Ted Rayner as municipal clerk effective  June I, Tenders have been called for construction of the Mission  Creek bridge which was destroyed previously by rampaging flooding.  45 YEARS AGO  A.G. Graham accepts the invitation of Gibsons ratepayers tp draw  up a zoning master plan for the area. This is a free government service.  Tuesday  7100  The Independent Nution of Roberta Creek  Helen Roy lalks wilh Oili/ens of Roberts Creek.  8:00  On The Edge  The third of three fmm Delta Cable 4 lakes Ihe viewer stubadivine.  8:30  The SunshiHe Coasl Home Business Assn.  Wednesday  7:00  Women in Trades.  Diane Evans lalks wilh Judy Meyers, Marilyn Magas and 2 sludenis.  7:30  On The Edge  The second of three from Delta Cable 4 lakes ihe viewer mckdimhing.  8:00  Return In Kn/uksian  Gower Point resident Murray Drope was working in Kanikstan, Russia  during the breakup ol' Ihe U.S.S.R. and shares his experiences.  8:30  Talking Together  May is "Better Hearing & Speeeh Monlh" and this program It inks al  speech and language development in young children.  9:00  Talk to Your Local Government. Lola Westell hosts.  Thursday  7:00  E.S.P. T.V. A Discussion nn AIDS  Broadcasting student Angela Collins produced this special on A.I.D.S.  from Elphinstone. Panel members include Dr. Farrer, Shaun Cardinall,  Health Nurse Joanna R/epa and an audience of students and leathers.  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  CEDAR -FIR - HEMLOCK  886-7033  You are invited to attend an  EDUCATION WVDERFUNDING  ^^  MEETING   ^^  WEDNESDAY, MAY 27,1992  4:30- 5:30 P.M.  INDIAN BAND HALL  This meeting is jointly sponsored by  School District 46, GUM, S.GT.A., S.C.A.A., PARENTS  NORTH OAKS  E 767 North Rd., Gibsons, B.C.  26 Adult Oriented  Single Level Townhomes  Open Daily 1 - 4pm  1 Bedroom, 900 sq. ft $ 91,900  1 Bedroom, 900 sq. ft comer umt $ 94,900  2 Bedroom, 1029 sq. ft $101,900  GREAT VIEW  808 Bayview Heights Rd. Gibsons  New Gibsons view home, 3 bedroom plus  basement, large view deck, stone fireplace,  cozy rec room with wood stove, oak spindles,  Jacuzzi tub, vacuum system, triple sink with  garborator, radio intercom sound system, fully  landscaped & fenced $194,000  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP.  886-4680  THINGS TO DO  on the Sunshine (oast  A  Everyone Welcome ^  Vlmcn Iukbouk  goLr CLUB  lounge * Snack Bar ">,-��       Power Cak%Anllabla  Hwy. 101, 2 kms. north ol Garden Bay tumftN  Phone 883-9541       ,'   *  *  SPCA News  Two wonderful, affectionate  cats (far too long waiting) ���  one spayed female, above,  and one neutered male, are  desperately in need of homes.  Find it in your heart to make  a special place for one or both  of these companions. Phone  the SPCA at 885-4771.  Lions back  drivers  The BC Lions Society will  be subsidizing clients of the  Volunteers Drivers Program  who could not otherwise afford  to travel for their medical  appointments. These subsidies  will be approved on an individual basis.  The Volunteer Drivers Program and its clients and volunteers would like to thank the  BC Lions Society for their generosity and support of an  important service to the community. Three cheers for the  BC Lions Society.  OBESt-i  CLIP & SAVE      \  F3 bc ferries Schedule  VANCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  I  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Lv. Langdale  6:20 am       2:30 pm  8:30 4:30  10:30 6:30  12:25pmM   8:20M  M denotes Maverick Bus  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am       3:30 pm  9:30 M 5:30  11:30 7:25 M  1:15 pm       9:15  Lv. Earls Cove  6:40 am        4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  Lv. Saltery Bay  5:45 am       3:30 put  7:35 5:30 M  9:25 M 7:30  11:30 9:30  < ourlfsy ol  If you are Buying or Selling..  Ihe realtor you choose tan make the difference.  FOR DEPENDABLE SERVICE... Call us!  fjLi /MITTEN  atmaaami       realty ltd.  885-3295  681-7931  (Van. Toll Free)  CUP & SAVE  GIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  and one of 692 community  newspapers across Canada  with circulations iolalllng more  than 5.5 mllUcn weekly.  ROUTE 1 via North Rd . Seacol.  Fletchei, Gowei PI.. Franklin, Marine Dr.  Depart '5:45 am 1:45 pm Depart 8:14 am 4:11  Mall       7:45      3:45      Langdale 10:11       6:11  9:45       5:45       Ferry 12:11 pm 8:08  11:45      7:45      Terminal 2:08  'No 5:45 am run Sat., Sun. or Holidays  NOTE: Shoppers Loop leaves Mall 10:45 am,  12:45 �� 2:45 pm, Mon.-Sat.  Information, comments or suggestions - 886-9318  IIMII1S   HllS  Si  ROUTE 2 via Pran. Chaster. King, Veterans.  Hwy. 101, Wootaeek Pk.. SC Trailer Park  Depart    7:30 am 4:25   Arrive   7:45   4:40  Mall    * 11:00      6:20   Mall    11:28   6:40  12:25 12:40  ��� 11:00 am routes via Bonniebrook, Gower Pt.  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