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 LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  June 15,1992 Volume 46 Issue i. *f  Chapman hatchery purchase underway  by Stuart Burnside  Lawyers for ihe Sunshine Coast  Salmonid Enhancement Society  (SCSES) are finalizing the purchase of  the Chapman Creek Hatchery from  Scanmar Seafoods Lid.  SCSES president Sean Reid said thai  although the May 31 purchase deadline  has passed, community donations are  still flowing in and the society may not  need lo use a recently secured $50,000  loan from (he Sunshine Coast Business  Development Association (SCBDA) to  complete the $ I:W.OOO deal.  "The fundraising is still going on,"  Reid said, "and we're still getting siz-  Pender  residents  object to  land use  Lawyers from both sides work to finalize deal  able donations." The SCRD presented  the society with a cheque for $20,000  al its regular board meeiing Thursday  night.  Reid noted lhat additional purchasing money would be needed beyond the  $150,000, however, as the GST on the  sale amounted lo some $19,000. There  is also Are insurance and other assorted  taxes lo be considered in the initial cash  outlay.  Reid said that even if the SCBDA  loan isn't required to buy thi1 hatchery,  the money might still be used by the  society.  "We might need to use the loan  money for the conversion of the site,"  Reid said. "It's good to know it's there  if we need it." Converting the site was  part of an original SCSI'S plan to raise  $200,000, rather than $150,000 for the  project. The extra $50,000 conversion  money was for creating things like a  viewing platform and educational facili  ties at the hatchery.  Reid noted that, to help with conversion, a sub-organization called "Iriends  of Sunshine Coast Salmon" was soon to  he introduced which would recognize,  thiough sile plaques, Ihe contributions  of individuals and companies toward  select projects at the hatchery. Groups  could donate just toward the viewing  platform, for example, and have a  plaque with Iheir name prominently displayed on the structure.  That plan, as Reid points out. is a  detail in the bigger picture, however.  "Right now we've got to start thinking  about operatating expenses." Reid said  Running Ihe hatchery is expected to  cost in the region of $70,000 a year  Reid said the SCRD's Economic  Development Committee had prepared  a business plan for the operation of the  facility and there was talk of the Min  istry of Forests getting involved to help  wiih annual funding. Operating funds  will also come from the Department of  fisheries, with an expected annual cost  of more than $15,000 still required from  the public and business.  bylaw  by Jane Seyd  There were fewer people in  the Madeira Park community  hall this time, and several  speakers said they were tired of  discussing the proposed Pender  Harbour land use bylaw. But as  the second public hearing on  the regional district's Bylaw  3.17 progressed Wednesday  night, the message to Ihe board  was essentially the same as it  was at the first public hearing  in February: residents aren't  pleased with the land use  bylaw.  Since Ihe First public hearing, the regional district has  made "little twiddles on the  lines," said resident John Mnl  com, but "the bylaw hasn't  changed."  And while concerns of individual property owners have  been addressed, said residents,  they still aren't pleased with the  general direction of Ihe bylaw.  In particular, residents said  Ihe bylaw is detrimental to the  future economic development  of the community because il  eliminates many commercial  and business uses of properly  currently allowed on residenlial  land and does not allow for any  vacant commercially zoned  property.  "You guys are rezoning  Pender Harbour into a bedroom  community," said Malcolm. "I  don'l like that."  "If this bylaw goes in, there  will not be a vacant piece of  commercial properly in Area  A," said Bill Hunsche (of Pender Harbour Realty).  Brett McGillivray, chairman  of the regional district's planning committee and Wednesday's public hearing, told residents once zoning for Bylaw  337 is in place "il doesn't mean  it's written in stone."  Bul Hunsche argued zoning  changes aren't necessarily lhat  easy to achieve. "Zoning  changes take time," said Hunsche. "They take a lot of local  input. And if you're dealing  with a residential area there is a  pretty good chance for significant opposition."Several residents also told the hearing the  new bylaw devalues their property, by taking away potential  business uses.  "It's not Shaughnessy,"  Frank White told the planners.  "(The bylaw) seems much too  restrictive in the area at this  time."  An ongoing source of controversy, Bylaw 337 would  establish new land use zones  and subdivision districts in  Area A, and would replace the  existing Bylaw 96, which currently allows a much more  encompassing use of land in  many areas of Pender Harbour.  turn to back page  Sechelt ponders  policy review for  waterfront homes  Ken Moore (left) and Leo White helped net rubber "racing ducks" at the finish line during the  Chapman Creek annual Duck Race, held to raise funds Tor the Sunshine Coast Home Support  Society. Winners from first place to eighth: Lynn Allen, Sandra Vickers, Linda Bitting, Vet Gentle, John Duffy, John Castas, Sue Kerr, and Ernie Wldham. Joel Johnstone phi no  by Stuart Burnside  Sechelt council is considering taking a hard look at municipal treatment of waterfront  property owners who want lo  build wharves out into Porpoise  Bay. Current municipal policy  dictates that all applications to  build such structures       be turned down out  of hand.  At a planning  meeting Tuesday,  Porpoise Bay residents Alan Young  and Bill Dickerson  made separate pleas  of council toward  changing the policy.  Young asked to be  allowed to build an "environmentally conscious" private  moorage wharf, and Dickerson  wanted permission to build a  float he could tie his boat to; a  float that his and other children  could also swim from.  "I'd do whatever was  required to make it safe wilh  respect to protecting the environment," Dickerson said.  Both men felt they were  being mistreated by council  because they had done "everything right and legally" in  applying for building permits.  "There a lot of people who  just put their wharves in, wilh  no regard for ihe legal procedure," Young said. "When I  asked (those people) aboul it,  they advised me to do Ihe  same...now here I am, trying to  do il right, and you won't let  me."  Young said he had been in  'We have no  control over  tbe next  owners of tbe  property'  -Nmtcv Mactattv  consultation with various government agencies (Fisheries and  Oceans, Coast Guard, etc) for  approval and to make sure his  proposed structure wouldn't  harm the environment, and had  changed the plans of his structure to fit their recommenda-       tions. He added that  his structure would,  in the interest of  protecting the environment, be constructed from "one  of a kind" for the  materials. "Most of  the (illegal) ducks in  Porpoise Bay are       made   of   Styro-  ' "     foam,"        Young  noted, "ihere are now bits of  Slyrofoam floating all over the  place."  Council initially expressed  regret for what appeared to be a  basic "unfairness" in the municipal policy, but said nothing  could be done.  "The people building the  (wharves) might want to do the  right thing...but we have no  control over the nexl owners of  Ihe properly," Mayor Nancy  MacLarty said, identifying one  of the main municipal concerns.  Sechelt planner Rob Buchan,  however, while agreeing council  couldn't go against established  policy, recommended establishing a sub-committee to review  the overall waterfront situation.  His recommendation was  accepted, leaving hope for  Dickerson and Young, with ihe  details for the subcommittee to  be worked out later.  Regional directors' stipends boosted  Regional directors may be  accused of dawdling over some  decisions, hut when il came to  providing their own retroactive  paycheques last week, members  of the board were quick to act.  The new "Directors Renu-  meration Bylaw," retroactive to  January 1992, provides for a  four per cent increase in  stipends for elected representatives - the same increase given  to staff at Ihe regional district.  Rural representatives now get  $7,600 per year while municipal  directors receive $5,450. That  amount is increased for chairman Peggy Connor, who gets  $21,800 and for vice-chairman  Brett McGillivray, who gets  $16,400.  In addition, directors receive  an another $5,000 for chairing  any one of the board's standing  committees or for sitting on the  Economic Development Commission, lo a maximum of  $10,000 extra. In practical  terms, this means that Area D  director Brett McGillivray, who  chairs both Planning and  Finance,  and Area E director  Jim Gurney, who chairs Public  Utilities and sits on the Economic Development Commission, will both be receiving  $10,000 over their regular  stipend.  Previously, directors were  able lo receive only one extra  stipend for chairing committees,  Alternate directors who sit in  for elected representatives for  over two consecutive meetings  missed without permission from  the board will also receive a  pro-rated portion of lhat director's stipend.  But that won't apply to the  most obvious example of Area  A alternate Cy O'Leary, who  has taken over most of director  Gordon Wilson's duties since  Wilson was elected to the  provincial legislature in October.  Instead. O'Leary has been  provided with a retroactive  cheque for the regular stipend  due to the Area A representative, said SCRD treasurer Mike  Phelan, while Wilson has not  been receiving payment from  the regional board.  inside  community page 7  editorial     page 4  Atari       page IS  miliar       page 5  sports        p������17  rmbrWhen  past 19  CCHAtwanl  page 7  'Amnesty' executive elected from Coast  Shirley HaU  by Roxanne Gregory  Shirley Hall sits quietly on her front  porch overlooking North Lake outside  Egmont. In her hands she holds a dozen or  more letters written to heads of state. There  are letters to China, Malawi and India, and  one to the governor of Louisiana.  "Human rights abuses around the world  are getting worse," Hall says. Hall is a  human rights activist and 25-year supporter  of Amnesty International. She was recently  nominated the Sechelt delegate to the annual  general meeting of Amnesty International  (AI), Canadian Section (English-speaking).  The AGM was held at the University of  Saskatchewan between May 22 and 24. Hall  was elected national secretary. "We now  have four members on the executive from  Western Canada," she says proudly.  Amnesty International is a world-wide  human rights movement which opposes torture, 'disappearances,' extra-judicial executions and the death penalty. It works impartially for the release of prisoners cf con-  science. Prisoners of conscience include anyone who is detained anywhere for their  beliefs, ethnic origins, sex, language, religion or political affiliation, provided they  have not used or advocated violence. AI has  formal ties with the Uniled Nations, the  Council of Europe, the Organization for  African Unity and the Organization of  American States.  AI works with refugees and monitors ���  abuses of the United Nations Universal Declaration of Human Rights. With a membership of more than one million people worldwide, AI is totally independent of govern-,  ment or corporate funding and relies solely  on its membership to fund its multi-faceted  range of activities.  "Our Sechelt group has adopted a prisoner of conscience in China. Letter writing to  heads of state in support of improved prison  conditions and the release of prisoners of  conscience is just one way we can make a  difference," said Hall.  turn to page 3  ( Coast News, lune 15, 1 ���>*>2  ||  Elphinstone  Secondary  _News_  EXAMS  June 17. 18 Cross grade exams"  June 17  900  1110  Eoglish 8 4 9  Math to ft tOA  Soc St 8 �� 9  Fnglisti 104 11  Soc St 10 & 11  Sciences. 9& 10  Math 8, 9 & 9A  'Exams In most other courses will be held in classes  June 15 and 16  June 18  I 20  900  II 10  1 20  TAKE 1st YEAR UNIVERSITY ON THE  SUNSHINE COAST  Capilano College is planning to oiler a 1st yeai university  (Arls) progiam al its 2 campuses in Sechelt next school  year  Grade 12 students and their patents aie invited lo attend  an inlormation session at Flpliinstone June 17. 9 00 am  Just in time for  Graduation.  GREAT SAVINGS UNTIL THE  END OF JUNE  SEIKO   30% off aM  PV,L41R 20% off   v<  LomJS   10% off H  by SEIKO  W>  25% Off GOLD CHAINS  Jeannie's  Qifts&Qems  ! SEIKO  Sunnycrest Mall.  Gibsons  886-2023  Tougher burn controls considered  by Charles Hart  Residents are looking for tougher controls  on hurning regulations within the Town of  Ciihsons, but council learned Tuesday that  even existing regulations aren't being  enforced.  Administrator Dan Legg noted that the  fire chief has ihe responsibility to enforce  ihe existing bylaw, but does not lake action  on burning of land clearing materials within  ihe 30-nwtre restriction from neighboring  properties because of Ihe lack of an alternative disposal site on the Sunshine Coast.  11'.up said lhat with the kind of growth  being experienced by the town, it is appropriate for council lo consider additional controls. "The primary reason is for lire safely  and prevention." Limiting air pollution is  also a growing concern of residents, he said.  Legg recommended that the town make a  start by banning burning of construction  waste, prohibiting open fires for garden  waste or restricting times when such Tires  can occur, and empowering the fire depar-  ment lo charge for ils services where a permit was not obtained or where a neglected  fire was allowed to burn out of control.  A number of other options have been suggested, including better enforcement of the  existing bylaw and placing further restrictions or prohibiting burning of land clearing  waste.  Another step recommended would  involve asking the SCRD to co-ordinate discussions toward a solution for disposing of  land clearing waste from urban areas.  Mayor Hric Small sugggesied lhat may be  the first step lhat has to be taken before any  further restrictions should be imposed. He  pointed oul that the SCRD landfill is committed to a 30 per cent reduction in waste  volumes by 1995. and that sending construction waste there would make that goal harder  lo attain.  There is currently no alternative site for  bunting or burying such wastes; Small suggested a private contractor could be encouraged to establish a regional sile in an appropriate location.  The recommendations were received by  Ihe committee-of-the-whole and referred for  a decision lo tommorrow's council's meeting.  Suspended sentence for spousal assault,  judge orders probation, community service  A Pender Harbour man who  threw a dinner plate at his common law wife, causing a gash  on her jaw requiring 2.3 stitches,  was given a suspended sentence  in provincial court Tuesday and  ordered to perform 60 hours of  community work service.  Jeffrey llallberg, 39, pleaded  guilty lo assault causing bodily  harm Tuesday after an incident  April 5 when he threw a dinner  plate which hit his wife in the  jaw.  The woman was later treated  al the Pender Harbour medical  clinic.  Following his arrest the next  morning, llallberg reportedly  told police, "I was a jerk last  nighl. I feel a lot of remorse...I  should have thrown the food at  her but not the plate."  According to Crown counsel  Tony Rowley, ihere has been a  history of violence in the relationship, including one incident  where llallberg kicked the victim in the jaw and another  where he kicked her in the face,  causing her to miss two weeks  of work.  Police have been called in Ihe.  past to incidents between the  couple, said'Rowley, but there  have been no previous charges;  On Ihe night of the assault  April 5. both llallberg and the  victim had been drinking, said  defence counsel Lome Paton,  and had been under financial  pressure.  Also, said Paton, a comment  by the victim implying that  llallberg was financially  freeloading off her meant the  incident was "not without  provocation."  Since the assault, the couple  have reconciled and the relation-  sechelt council notes  ship is "somewhat back on  track," said Paton. llallberg has  also been attending counselling  for bolh anger management and  his alcohol problems.  In handing down her sentence. Judge Shirley Giroday  said she takes a serious view of  assaults, "especially assaults of  men against women with whom  Ihey have a trust relationship."  Giroday added, however, "in  view of the attitude of the victim, I'm not going to send you  to jail.  "Your victim seems to have  forgiven you," said Giroday.  "Whether she is wise in doing  that, only time will tell."  In addition to community  work service, llallberg was  placed on probation for one year  and ordered to attend counselling as required by a probation officer.  Maximum sentence for  assault causing bodily harm is  10 years in jail.  Alderman Peggy Wagner will chair a liaison  committee to relay to council any concerns of citizens on the operations of Construction Aggregates  and make recommendations to help council to  work wilh the company to resolve the issues.  Development application fees  Increased  Developers who apply for changes in Sechelt's  bylaws will be facing increased fees for the service.  A fee of $1,000 will be required for applications for Official Community Plan amendments,  zoning amendments, development permits, development variance permits and board of variance  permits. ,    .  The increase will reimburse the district for the  costs of processing, inspecting and advertising  related to the application.  Grants approved for sewer and roads  The Ministry of Municipal Affairs has  approved grants for half of the costs of sewer  upgrades in Sechelt. Nearly $900,000 will go for  phase one of an extended trunk main in West  Sechelt and collection systems in West Sechelt and  West Porpoise Bay.  Approximately $206,000 will finance work to  be done on portions of East Porpoise Bay Road.  Story telling festival  Sechelt has been asked to consider a grant of  $750 towards the cost of producing a Story Telling  Festival at Rockwood Centre.  Bronwyn Sutherland, one of the organizers of  the event, told aldermen the festival has the potential to become a popular annual event which would  attract a large number of visitors and performers.  ���  police beat  MAKE HIS PAY!  SHOP SUNNYCREST MALL  SPECIAL*  *��r .am  Somthlng Special  for DAD  SHAVE &  HAIRCUTl  Gift CertificatJ  from  t J's Unisi  BRING DAD TO THE MALL  Saturday June 20  TOYS FOR BIG BOYS  ��� CARS ��� KAYAKS ��� SCUBA DIVING ��� BOATS  O  Displays & Video's   ��  Fly Tying Demo At Coast Flies  SATURDAY JUNE 20  ATHILDE'S  WHEN FAMILY OF4  ORDERS A MEAL  OAD EATS FREE!  (up to $6.00 valuta}-**  FA THER'S DA Y SPECIAL  at Gussy's  SUNDAY JUNE 21  WHHNFAMILYOF4  ORDERS A MEAL  DAD EATS FREE!  I SUNNYCREST MALL  SUNNYCREST MALL hwy ioi gibsons  Sechelt police have been increasing their weekend roadblocks in  both Pender Haibour and Sechelt.  During one roadblock last weekend RCMP "rounded up" 13  impaired driven, four minors in possession of liquor, three drivers  without licenses, three people driving while prohibited, and two people wanted on outstanding warrants for unrelated charges. They also  gave out 28,24-hour roadside suspensions.  Police have also added three more roadside screening devices to  their collection.  Gibsons RCMP are investigating a break, enter and theft of St..  Bartholomew's Church, which occurred overnight June 5/6. Stolen  from the church was an undetermined amount of cash.  The theft was the second from a Gibsons church in recent weeks;  valuables and cash were taken from St. Mary's Catholic Church after  a similar break in there last month.  Anyone with information regarding these offences should contact  the Gibsons detachment or call Crimestoppers at 886-TIPS.  /i  New  Directions  A Provincial Commission on  Housing Options has been established and will be conducting a  public consultation process, The  Commissioners look forward lo  receiving written comments as  well as hearing from British  Columbians at these upcoming  public meetings:  Nanaimo  Prince George  Kamloops  Greater Victoria  Greater Vancouver  Kelowna  Abbotsford  Nelson  June 23  June 25  July 7  July 9  July 14  July 16  July 23  July 28  For more information, to request  a discussion guide, or to register  your Input please contact:  Provincial  Commission  on Housing  Options  Jim Woodward Secretary  #1505-4330 Kingsway. Burnaby. 8 C VSH 4G'  Tel 439-4731 IGrialarVancouvti only)  1-800-665-1425  �� Province ol Hon Robin Bienco*  British Columbia  Minister Retporwble  Hiiminx is  inipiirtiiiil In  all Mtisit  t '.iilitittliiitm.  t'n enswt limiv  ftij Is itffbntable  Mill accessible,  tilt Provincial  Government  musl iihiillt)-  mill implement  practical, Innovative apptoaches  within the  resources  available,  is Coast News, lune 15, 1992  The (iibsons Landing Heritage Society recently held an open  house at the Women's Institute Hall to display restoration  progress. Last Monday it was announced the Hall is part of  the Sunshine Coast Centre of Excellence for the Arts proposal  of Community Futures. Joel Johnstone photo  Gibsons forger  jailed six months  A 23-year-old Gibsons man who cashed $2,350 worth of forged  cheques from his father's business account received a six-month jail  term Tuesday for what Crown colinscl Tony Rowley described as a  "despicable breach of tnist."  Andrew Solinsky pleaded guilty to four counts of forgery in connection wilh what defence counsel Lome Paton said was "essentially  a spree" Dec 12-14 when Solinsky cashed unauthorized cheques  from D & M Contracting at  It wasn't a  sophisticated,  planned out operation'  ���defence council lama I'tiimi  businesses in Gibsons on four  separate occasions.  The forgeries were discovered when Solinksy's parents,  who own the contracting business, realized Ihe Bank of Montreal account was not balanced  coireclly. ~"  Subsequently, they discovered stubs from four missing cheques in  their business chequebook at home, where Solinsky had stayed.  Paton said alcohol contributed to Solinsky's actions: "It wasn't a  sophisticated, planned out operation."  Rowley agreed the incident was "less than stupid", but argued it  represented a serious breach of trust.  In addition lo Ihe jail term, Solinsky was ordered lo attend counselling as necessary.  He was also given two additional 30 day jail terms, to be served  concurrently, for failure to appear in court on earlier dates to answer  Ihe forgery charges.  Please Note Our Summer Hours  from June 15 to July 51, open from 11:00  am to 3:00 pin  Krom August 4 to Sept. 1, open from 9:00  am to 4:00 pm  ElderCOllege... with Jan de Bruyn  Join anothci exciting and stimulating group  and consider sonic ol iln works ol 11 IK  METAPHYSICAL POETS. Ihis new study  gintip will unit loin Tuesday afternoons  front 1:00 to 3:00 pm, Hi-ginning June 23.  Please prercgistci at the Ninth Campus  and pick up a ropy of the works to be  discussed.  CAPILANO  COLLEGE      5627 Inlet Avenue. Sechelt. VON 3A0 ��� 885-9310  j*8��S��*H  FURNACES ��� FIREPLACES ��� HOT WATER HEATERS  886-WARM  Showroom ��� 467 Marine Drive Gibsons Landing  Hall outlines Amnesty goals  from page 1  The adopted prisoner, Zhang  Weiping, was sentenced to nine  years in prison in 1989 for  drawing a cartoon.  His imprisonment violates  Article 19 (the peaceful exercise  of the right to freedom of  expression) of the Universal  Declaration of Human Rights.  In talking about human rights  abuses which occur in industrialized nations, Hall referred to  the 1989 US Supreme Court  decision to allow the executions  of mentally handicapped persons and children aged 15. "The  State of Texas has executed four  people who committed their  crimes while under the age of  18."  Texas was condemned by Al  in February of this year for  allowing the execution of a  mentally ill juvenile. The execution was carried out despite  pleas for clemency from Pope  John Paul II and the religious  community in Texas.  Hall also outlined how the  US is violating the UN Charter  of Refugees by refusing asylum  for the refugees from Haiti.  In Canada, AI is monitoring  allegations of human rights violations in aboriginal communities and is working toward legislative changes regarding  Canadian arms shipments.  Hall's tranquil home is a  long way from the turmoil of  refugee camps across the globe.  "Human rights abuses are  appalling and getting worse.  There are millions of people in  refugee camps, not just economic refugees.  "They are refugees because  of human rights abuses in their  countries ��� Guatemalans who  are refugees in Mexico; Kurds  in Turkey; Armenians because  of Ihe upheaval in Azerbijan.  The list goes on and on. Millions of these people are victimized as refugees. We are trying  to reach these people.  "Locally, we are trying to  raise people's awareness of  human rights abuses and we are  fund-raising. We are always  looking for new members.  "We hope to be able to liaison with trade unions in BC, as  many people in the third world  are victimized solely for their  work with trade unions," Hall  says.  fib  "Serving Gibsons *Sk Secnelt for 25 Years'  Call us for your  Conversion to  Natural Gas  Rouges, Dr yers  Carrier  Heating &  Air  Conditioning  S/low/oom;  673 /'(iiJfic Re/.  Gibsons itlin  / 1 t t  We put natural gas on the map for you.  SECHELT  LEGEND  NATURAL GAS LINE  (*ax��nm��tp��ei  STREETS  If you're on the natural i^as line, converting is as  easy as giving us a call  We'll tell you how you can save between 1596  and M)'/r on your energy bill,  We'll also mention the Provincial Government  (���rants anil other rebates available for residential  and commercial users.  So call ymtr local Centra (ias Representative at  885-6117 or your local heating dealer to make  your conversion plans.  We think you'll agree that converting to cost-  efficient natural gas is a step in the right direction.  Centra Gas Coast News, lune 15, 1992  opinion  i  Assessment laws  need major review  Changes to property lax assessment laws announced by  the NOP last week are a step toward a fairer system.  But the benefits do not flow directly from having  assessments done annually, rather than every two years as  is existing practice. That system has certainly caused  hardship in a volatile and soaring real estate market  where property owners have in recent years seen huge  jumps in assessed value. Some have had to pay dearly for  market forces beyond Iheir control, but higher assessments do not necessarily translate Into higher taxes.  Municipalities sel lax rales based on Ihe total assessed  value of property within Iheir boundaries and their budgetary needs. In general, when assessment! rise, Ihe mill  rales fall. Hut there has been no mechanism to differentiate between different types of properly, so lhal those  whose properly assessments rise more due to market  demand end up shouldering an ever increasing share of  Ihe tax burden.  Annual assessments alone would simply cul spread the  Increases oul; Ihe real benefit in Ihe legislation will flow  more from new powers allowing greater flexibility, and  giving local government the ability lo phase in hikes.  Bul there are other problems with Ihe overall assessment system that still need attention. Some rural communities have seen their land values soar because of standing trees, or forest, influencing market demand. The  value of merchantable limber, or cul logs, was added lo  the residential property assessment even though the property owner had no intention lo harvest Irees.  Lasqueti Islanders challenged the approach several  years ago arguing lhat the policy encouraged people to  log their land. They won several appeals, not because the  policy was deemed wrong, but because the assessment  authority did not at that time have the necessary market  evidence to support their arguments that the presence of  trees influenced prices in the way they reasoned in arriving at market value.  The whole process of property assessments and how  they affect taxes is a complicated business; one that causes undue hardship to some landowners and poses a threat  to the environment.  The changes announced last week modify a flawed  system and any improvements are welcome. For the long-  term, a major overhaul is needed.  Border skirmishes  There was mixed news on the East Coast last week as  well in the long-standing battle for fishing rights waged  between Newfoundland and the French islands of St.  Pierre and Miquelon.  An international tribunal granted Canadian fishermen  control over most of the seas off southern Newfoundland.  France got a corridor 10.5 nautical miles wide extending  200 miles south to the high seas.  The sad part is that Ihe decision appears to hold little  hope for a turnaround in the Newfoundland fishery, reeling from shortages of northern cod.  While Ottawa has its attention focused on overfishing  in Canadian waters by foreign fleets, it should turn its  efforts on resolving another long-standing border dispute  - the AB Line of Dixon Entrance. West Coast fishermen  have suffered needless harassment and extreme financial  hardship there in recent years as a consequence of gunboat antics and seizures by the US Coast Guard.  Discrimination  unwarranted  The recent kafuffle in Los  \ngeles, in which a segment of  ;he populace plagued by discrimination reacted violently to  the official use of excessive-  force, brings to mind a simitar  situation that exists, although on  a much smaller scale, here on  the Sunshine Coast.  As crime proliferates in our  developing community, ways to  counter-attack are understandably sought after. Youths are  seen to be major contributors to  criminal activity and, like (he  blacks of LA, therefore become  conspicuous in the eyes of the  law.  Some of our local police officers however, are not content to  harbour their prejudices privately, and appear to feel that youth,  as opposed to individual youths,  must be suppressed in order to  lower the crime rate. These  unprofessional officers abuse  their entrusted power and use  their prejudice to justify the  harassment of the innocent.  This sullies the overall relationship between youth and the  authorities thus creating hostilities that logically increase,  rather than discourage, criminal  activity.  As a high-school student  with a spotless criminal record  and fairly high grades, I personally resented the abuse I  received for merely being below  19 in age and 'out' past the time  of the Coast's 'unofficial curfew.' I have, in fact, chosen to  withhold my name to prevent  any further unwarranted 'car  inspections.'  The situation I have  addressed isn't strictly a problem for youths; it should present  itself as a problem for anyone  who considers themselves concerned-about the violation of  civil rights. Are youth to be  treated as a group, rather than as  individuals, and be subject to  curfews and discriminatory  monitoring, as the local authorities have proposed? There is no  excuse for discrimination,  whether it be based on race, religion, gender, or age.  NAME WITHHELD BY  REQUEST  Stop the abuse  and violence  I have been reading many of  Judge Giroday's court decisions,  some dealing with break and  enters, others dealing with rape  and family abuse. Jane Seyd's  three part series on family violence has also caught my atten  tion. The messages are mixed,  leaving me puzzled.  A 16-year-old boy, drunk, is  found guilty of break and entry,  theft and vandalism, get's IS  months probation, counselling  and a wilderness/treatment program.  Robert Life, charged with  sexually assaulting a boy, gets  18 months probation and counselling.  A 16-year-old girl caused  $66 damage to a wall in Sunny  Market gets 12 months probation and 30 hours community  work.  A 59-year-old man sexually  abuses his 12 year old granddaughter, gets 18 months probation and counselling.  It does not add up to me, it  just doesn't make sense.  I understand how very  important it is to have the violent abuse acts owned responsibility by the one abusing. I  agree there ought to be some  more significant consequences  and that the sentences brought  down by Judge Giroday are  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:  Th�� Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 66  Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  extremely frustrating.  It's very easy to point an  accusing finger at the abuser  and give all the blame to that  one. I agree they are and shoul'i  be responsible for their acts. So  should society though. Look at  the examples we by our acceptances say are okay.  Terminator II, Lethal  Weapons, Miami Vice, Dallas,  The Young and The Restless.  All the magazines, all the violence in sports. Look at the  images we sell to people in TV  movies. So what is okay anyway?  If we really want the violence  to *nd, if we truly want to put a  slop to sexual abuse, perhaps we  should all protest a little louder  about the violent, abusive examples media images show us.  Violence is not okay. Call the  TV network, and let your theatre manager know. Call your  MLA. It is time for action. Society has created collectively  these violent conditions. Society  will have to act collectively lo  stop it. Increased knowledge  and awareness will help.  STEPHEN GARRETT  Garden Bay  West .Sechelt meet  As ihe last area of this community to get organized. I'd like  to notify all residents in our area  of our meeting. All residents of  West Sechelt are urged to anend  on June 16 at 7:30 pm in the  north wing at Rockwood Centre.  We will have municipal planner Rob Buchan address the  meeting. Be there!  DON ROSE  The Perrot phenomenon may have a profound effect  Whatever else Mr. Ross Perrot of Texas  achieves this year, there can be no doubting now  that what he has already achieved has shaken up  die political establishment in Washington enough  that lasting changes in the American political system are likely to remain.  When you think about ii, (he constitution of the  United States has been an admirable document. In  a remarkably short time, nearly two hundred and  twenty years ago a group of country gentleman and  farmers and Yankee traders in the original thirteen  colonies met. discussed and hammered oul a workable document.  Viewed from a Canadian perspective in the year  of 1992. it musl be viewed as nothing short of a  miracle. As we puner ineptly about in rancorous  and consuming ineffectuality trying to shape a  constitution we can live under, we must marvel at  what seems to be nothing short of a miracle in its  clarity and in the despatch with which it was  brought into being.  And yet, and yet, without a constitution to  squabble over, indeed with an admirable document  which binds them passionately together, Americans like their northern neighbours are profoundly  unhappy with their political system and their political leaders.  With wisdom and prescience the sharpers of the  American constitution built in a system of legislative/administrative checks and balances in a valiant  musings  john burnside  anempt to control the abuses of power. For a dozen  years and more the Democrats have controlled the  legislalure and the Republicans, the administration  and the government of the country has been  checked and balanced into querulous impotence  and political exchanges have degenerated into finger pointing and acrimonious accusation.  Not since I've been a fascinated spectator of the  American political scene has the relationship  between Congress and the President been so  nakedly and mutually hostile.  Certainly the causes of this hostility lie in the  profound political disagreements of the Reagan-  Bush years of administration. But there have often  been such political schisms in the past, indeed it is  part of the system.  More than the political disagreements, the relationship between the politicians has been acerbated  by direct and scathing attacks on Congress by  Reagan and now Bush as the presidents seek to  discredit the Democratic majority in both the  House of Representatives and in the Senate.  There seems almost to be the conviction in the  top levels of tbe Republican party that it is un-  American to disagree with the President so that  instead of reaching workable compromises Reagan  and Bush seem inclined to issue to decrees to  Congress and react with anger when Congress  refuses to become a rubber stamp for presidential  flat  Mind you, all has not been virtue in the legislative branches. As is the case in Canada, the cynicism of the electorate deepens at the self serving  corruption perceived in the seats of elected power.  In the congressional bank a petty tale of bouncing cheques and overdrawn balances has served as  i graphic illustration of the larger abuses and privileges that American politicians now seem to have  to come to consider to be their due.  Meanwhile the American people have plunged  from the giddy exuberance of the post-Gulf War  American into an alarmed awareness that things  are deteriorating in their economy and life becoming harsher for most of their citizens.  Against this backdrop of growing difficulty, tbe  spectacle of the leaders of tbe country locked in  what seems inescapable partisan paralysis is infuriating the American people.  And onto tbe scene strides the heretofore  obscure Texan about whom not much in depth is  known but who takes a message of a return to candour and high principled American activism directly to the people. His path to power seems as  unconventional as his political background.  What seemed unthinkable just six months ago  now seems lo be a very real possibility. Where the  Perrot path will lead them no American seems to  be very sure. That it is preferable to the pathless  present seems lo be enough.  There will no doubt be a reflection of American  events in tbe political life of this country. No doubt  there is a body of concerned Canadians who,  watching the manifestation of an apparent saviour  for the body politic south of the border in the person of Ross Perrot, will be even as we speak scanning Canadian horizons for a fresh and unsullied  superman to leads us out of the chronic confusion  of our governments. He is unlikely to appear.  And a cautionary memory of the facl that such  as Mussolini and Adolf Hitler were able to come to  power because they promised a sense of direction  and purpose to people weary of political wrangling  and stalemate cannot be entirely and comfortably  dismissed.  On the other hand, a non-partisan president  might be an interesting innovation to the American  way. Perrot has enlivened a depressing political  year and opened a range of fascinating possibilities.  COAST^NEWS  TH�� Saran Cue Naaa. ��� IxaaV tarn aM  taa SaMm Can. BC May  �� mm mm m. la ��� am,  U. VON tV*a IW BMB2. to *MI *a��***5.  art wanner a en jr. d t a. rr, rem* ���  *ram mm araB r ��vaj ��� to  team ta SUM "IM Ul Mk gl fa  i**��/***t SvMonr ra* Can*. l fm a.  BC. (KM1MS-    M SST- SPas 6 no &D*I1��QS*'  TO 6a��H�� aw ���(���KMY) =.�������*.     eWaarUtaoSST Smna am rm  mammi  CraranHan  Snjan Bainuadt  JantSMi  Nmcy Moot*  Daraaa STiarmaa  B* Room.  Sanont Carh/sla-Smaji  Bnan McAndran.  RcMRwaWn)  Fur; aVarritrta.  Baaanay sucaay  Amatnoman  Maw* Km I*.*-*  Coma SUM  Sadaajt Rum Fonanar  jamaCanonoa  GacmCaiopa  , s>a��v. (Un  e. iwmaataa.  vrcanL*f*0an.  M��jMam'-*-=���  jo-Am Sn  0U  \g>f  Yout community !s  AWARD-WINNING  nt*.\-.i,>.ipt-r Coast News, lune 15, 1992  opinion  Lamenting living with old typewriters  I have nothing really against the march of time. Or progress if it  really is progress. Progress is ihe pulse of life, at least in our times.  Onward and upward. Per ardua ad astra. Excelcir! Or at least let's  have a better car, wiih air bags even on the right side, and a little  metallic voice lhat tells you when the door is shut.  Progress, the great surge or possibly religion of progress, has been  taking a hold on us for some hundreds of years now, and I wouldn't  want to say, and of course, realize thai il would be fruitless lo say, it  nay. However ii can be pointed oul, with the utmost caution, that it  was not ever thus; and there are of course, large parts of Ihe world  today, with delegates al the Uniled Nations, where the idea of  progress is definitely frowned upon.  What is sought by them is an established way of life and an established way of life can give the people certainly and a sense of continuity down through the ages. Solid and perhaps necessary values, but  we believe lhat if you have to give up progress il is costing too much.  However it is possible, on occasion, to gel a bit pissed off with  progress. An immediate case in point has to do with typewriter ribbons.  A main thing about typewriter ribbons is that they wear out, and as  Ihey wear oul the type on the page begins to fade. This il does, as far  as ihe user is concerned, quite imperceptibly. The type can get down  almost to the vanishing point and he, typing away, still sees everything he writes clear as a bell.  It is only when he takes his copy in to some editor and Ihe editor  immediately reaches for his glasses and gets up and takes his pages to  a window...01 when the typesetter gives him a merry laugh and says I  hope I got this right, did you mean groin or did you mean grain, that  be realizes lhat he does really need a new ribbon.  And here these days is where he, a lifetime progressive, can come  up in an exasperating way with progress.  I le has been aware of course, for some years, that the computer has  come. Tots in school are using ihem and most of his writing friends  are using ihem.  He has preferred, strictly on a personal basis, to cany on on his  old Corona, a veteran of the 30s, but a friend. He knows he is not  alone in ihis quirk or quiddity.  A little time ago, it must have been shortly before he died, Hugh  McClennan, author of some of our better novels, phoned Peter  Gzowski from Halifax, obviously in some kind of extremis, and said  thai his old Underwood had finally given out. It was all he could write  on he said and he couldn't find another. Would Gzowski put out a  plea on his show. Gzowski did and McLennan phoned back in three  or four days. He had had the offer of twelve, all 30s models, all said  letters  in a nutshell  s. nutter  to be in good shape and all in Halifax.  But the ribbons, the ribbons. Whal is happening here, vis-a-vis the  computer sweep, which is to say progress, is that Ihe manufacturers,  large accountant run concerns, are slacking off, or even stopping the  manufacture of ribbons. Ribbons in short are gelling hard to get.  ll is a small thing perhaps but it points il seems lo me to a strong  and growing aspect of progress in our time. Progress you would think,  real progress, would give people ever more and wider choices oj what  they ".unt (o do and how they want lo do it. On the contrary it may be  that our choices are getting narrower and may be narrower still every  year.  To be fair I would have lo say, as an old, or ancient typewriter  user, lhal the typewriter itself, even me old Corona, was a landmark  of progress. Think of the way Ihey used to have to do it. Balzac for  example wrote the whole of the Comedic Humane wilh a scratchy  quill which he had to keep trying lo whittle, to the lighl of stubs 'of  candles, which he often had to roam about and swipe from here and  there.  When ihe firsl machines came long there were standouts who  wanted to carry on with the quill and many of them. Years later, when  my old Corona was on the market, there were still many who wanled  to write in pencil or red ink or whatever, and in quite recent times  there were people, Thomas Wolf for example, who insisted on writing  his hundreds of thousands of words standing up in longhand.  The computer of course, is different. At the touch of a key you can  be in touch with the libraries of the world. A lot of faith is being put  into this, but I very much doubt if being in instant touch with the thesaurus is going to help anyone write like E.M. Forster and I think it  will in fact do more to detract.  We're still going to need typewriter ribbons chaps, it can't be too  difficult to make a typewriter ribbon. Why not a small company here  to supply a dwindling market? I throw the idea out freely. All I'd  want is a lifetime's supply.  $500,  coupon  off any Hair Service, Electrolysis  or Tanning Package '  A  EiokyDMa:  July 31*14  Quality Consignment Clothing  Now Available  SSding unisex  HAIR DESIGN g$  T^NNINC. SALON        .JJJ  657 School Rd  Gibsons I .Hiding  886-3916  Cd  AlfcSUMMER-SHOES  Ov  2 D A^��%^L  Friday June 19th & Saturday June 20th  Sole Feetures**iw�� ������*"  Pageant comments  unfair  Re: 'Gibsons Beauty Pageant  Perpetuates Stereotypes' Coast  Weekender, June 4  My immediate reaction on  reading this piece was that if  you think anyone has to be  empty-headed to pay attention  to Iheir appearance, you're  probably speaking from experience.  It is a sign of professionalism  - self-confidence, personal competence or whatever you want lo  call it that makes the more intelligent women and men pay  attention to how they look, how  Ihey present themselves and  generally how they appear lo  others. To suggest that paying  attention to one's appearance  "lakes time, energy and money  that could be better spent in  other places" is to suggest a  loser mentality more suited to  turning out militant feminists  than winners in the game of life.  Even if you disagree with the  goals and priorities of those  behind the Gibsons Ambassador  pageant, why can't you live and  lei live? If we looked closely at  the Coast News, would we find  only serious dedication to solving Ihe world's problems, like  you expect of ihem? I doubt it.  For instance, how could you  publish a 'Dining Guide' when  half the world doesn't have  enough to eat? Or a 'Leisure'  section when the oppressed of  the world have no leisure? For  that matter, how could you even  publish a newspaper when old-  growth forests are being wasted  into trash consumer newsprint?  How callous! How thoughtless!  How insensitive! How politically incorrect!  Do us a favour. Take your  own muddled logic to heart  and... Save a Tree - Cancel the  Coast News.  RICK ANDREWS  Gibsons  ented, poised girls with big  noses, glasses, or 20 pounds of  extra weight as contestants, do  you?  If this contest isn't about  looks, then what are the evening  gowns, bikinis and gifts of  makeup all about? And why are  no males applying? Boys don't  look so good in evening gowns  and bikinis, is why.  If having a contest open to  both sexes, awarding genuine  talent or citizenship only and  ignoring looks, is too radical an  idea for the organizers, why not  scrap the whole thing? It  wouldn't break my heart!  ANNE MILES  Gibsons  Telling it like it is        Beware sales lures  Bravo to Jane Seyd for  telling it like it is about the Gibsons Ambassador Pageant! I  know she will probably get a lot  of flack from a lot of people for  her outspoken comments, so I'd  like to tell her "Good for you!"  It can't be healthy for young  women, pretty or plain, to get  ihe message lhat they are valued  for the way ihey look above all  else. Oh, I know that beauty  pageant people have been saying for years that "talent",  "poise", etc. are taken into consideration, yet you never see tal-  We are writing to inform  your readers about a very persuasive company that is marketing its wares by telephone in'our  communities. Il is the Maple  Leaf Trading Company from  Montreal, Quebec.  A man named Dave Nilan  contacted us and was unrelenting In his attempti to convince  us to buy his promotional materials. His methods included  enticements or "giveaways" -  that were all too tempting. We  were suckered. Beware!!!  TERRY, SANDY MCBRIDE  on  Sterling Silver  Crystal Pendants  and  Harmony Balls  0  Great Gifts for Grads  Explore  Crprtal Swenbipitp  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  "We're here for the summer"  Vancouver's Voyage to the  Pacific Northwest 1792 - 94  by ROBERT McVITTIE c,s.m.a��� f.ca.  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Wilson Oeek P/nzn  885 92 H  School board views career prep video  by Nunc) Monte  Ihe school board saw a  graphic demonstration of the  value ol ihe high school work  expei ience course Tuesday  nieiii when the) watched a Bf  livn minute video showing slu  dents ,il weak fot local employ  eis such as a supeiinaikel, mils  et) school and hospital laborato  IV  ihe woik experience courses  COAST  NEWS  la i member ol the  Canadian  Community  Newspapers  .Association  !-*CW  aie open to all grade 11 and 12  students, bul they are a require  ���iit*iil loi students in the career  preparation piogiam.  Josh lowsley, who produced  llie video, is himself a grade 11  career preparation sludent in  I V broadcasting.  lowsley said he spent sever  al days filming on location and  aboul two weeks editing the  v Idea v iilii-i students conducted  the Interviews,  Career pteparation students  specialize in fields such as com  meicial an. accounting, technol  og) and science or drafting, and  lake a 1(1(1 hour work experience course in their specialty.  (ii adiiales of the program gel  preference for admission to col  leges, including Capilano College. HOT and limily Carr.  After showing the video,  career preparation director Ken  Rogers asked ihe board for formal approval of two new pro  grams: metal fabrication at Pen  dei Harbour and Information  Management at Elphinstone,  The board agreed "with plea-  suie."  Josh lowsley and Ken Rogers (not pictured) presented Josh's  Work Experience video to the school hoard Tuesday night.  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Red Carpet Service from Friendly Professionals in Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  Independent  Travel  Proles jkwils  Host families needed for  Japanese exchange students  by Nunc) Moote  Gail Sangster, leacher/coor-  ilinalor for the Cultural llomes-  tay Institute, is getting a little  frantic. In jusl five weeks, 37  Japanese high school sludenis  will arrive on the      Sunshine Coast for a  three week exchange  program, and she still  hasn't found host  families for nine of  lliem.  "I still need seven  homes in Gibsons  and Iwo in Sechell," ~~  she said, but the host family  doesn't have to be a couple with  children. Two or more related  people in a home qualify as a  "family," including retired couples and single parents.  "If we don't find the homes,  we'll have to put them up in a  hotel.'' Sangster said, and the  sludenis would miss the main  7 still need  seven homes  In Gibsons and  two In Sechelt'  ���Gall Sangstei  point of the visit - a chance lo  experience Canadian family life.  "We want this experience to be  a once in a lifetime thing," she  said.  The sludenis, aged IS to 17,      are from Ihe Keimei  high school, just  outside of Tokyo.  Two of their teach  ers will accompany  them.  While they are  here, the students  will attend conversa-  tional Knglish classes every morning at Two study  centres, one at the continuing  education office in Sechell and  the other at the Catholic church  in Gibsons.  The afternoons will be spent  on field trips to local museums  and the salmon hatchery, nature  interpretation at the beach with  a B.C. Parks guide, and baseball  vnfrt QMe cNots  THE GIFT GIVING SOLUTION  ��� Reminder Services  ��� Gift Shopping, Wrapping, & Mailing  Greeting Cards ��� Invitations ��� Letters  886-9087       Carol Bishop  Smart.  Smarter.  HO rebate  $65 rebate  Iliere are now more than 2IH) Power Smart energy, -efficient refrigerators for you to choose from. And to help you decide. Hydro is offering significant  cash rebates. When you're shopping for a new fridge, just look for the Power Smart sticker. There are energy-efficient models for which you can  get a $40 rebate, and there are super energy-efficient models wiih a super rebate of $65. Be sure to ask your salesperson to show  you Ihe qualifying Power Smart models. Complete lists also available from your salesperson or local Hydro office. You will also^yj.  receive our special Power Smart rebate form. Kill it out and send it in with proof of purchase. Your rebate will be on its way.  And because your new fridge is Power Smart, you also get on-going energy savings. So you save now...and you save later  BC hydro  One of Gail Sangster'* former exchange students at her  20th birthday ceremony.  at Cliff Gilker Park. Host families are welcome lo join in the  afternoon events, Sangster said.  The students will spend one  day touring Vancouver and  another at the Maple Wood  Farm in North Vancouver.  Host family responsibilities  are simple: they should give the  student a bed (though not necessarily a private room), ihree  meals a day. and include him or  her in ordinary family life I hey  must also make sure the students gel to Ihe study centre  every morning, bin the homes  lay coordinators plan to make  transportation easier by organi*  ing carpools.  Sangster stressed that the  host families are not responsible  for entertaining the students  Sangster started organizing  homestays Ihree years ago  because she wanted lo give her  own daughter a chance to leam  aboul oilier cultures. She is  excited about the CHI program  because it is an exchange: Sun  shine Coasl parents can send  their own children io Japan and  London fot three week homes  lays, and the school district is  Investigating ihe idea of sending  snidenls lo Japan foi an entire  school vein in 1001  loi more Information, phone  Gail Sangster at 886 ns.t  Fresh  Brewed  Coffee  (or vmir office  or plat :��** of business  Cull Doug al 886-7686  Audrey's  Coffee  Service  oni, ,��� ,,n,i R-fjtaumni  Supplies ,m.t Equip   r  ____��___,    __,___w-^^^J^^aVaa^-��^aT>.W��>  MMftMiiiBBii  }Mttmmiltgmtmimm Coast News, tune 15, 1992  community  The Sunshine Coast News won first place  for Besl Feature Photo (broadsheet circulation 4,000 -12,500) In the 1991 Canadian  Community Newspaper Awards annual  competition for photographer Joel Johnstone's Earth Day - published April 15,  1991.  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What  he ended up with was a picture  which recently won first prize  in a Canada-wide competition  of the Canadian Community  Newspapers Association for  1991.  Johnstone received first prize  for a feature photo appearing in  a newspaper with a circulation  between 4,000 and 12,499 for  his photograph of a child blowing a soap bubble over a background of the Earth from  space, published in conjunction  with last year's Earth Day celebrations.  But the path to the award-  winning photo had much to do  with luck and timing.  In fact, Johnstone had been  looking to borrow an iron at the  Driftwood Inn, to take the fold  marks out of the regional district's Earth Day flag, when a  boy blowing bubbles walked by  with his grandfather.  The resulting photograph  was a spontaneous idea helped  along with the patient coaching  of the child's grandfather and  light made possible by hanging  the flag in the motel room window.  In some ways the photo was  a challenge, says Johnstone:  first, the boy blowing bubbles  was very young, with a limited  attention span.  Also, the picture had to be  exposed indoors without a flash  to get the black background of  the flag.  In total, the photograph took  only about 20 minutes from  ironing the flag to the last of  about 30 shots of the boy blowing bubbles.  It was hectic, says Johnstone, "but sometimes the best  photos come out of hectic situations.,and winging it."  Coast News editor Charles  Hart also picked up honours at  the 1991 national newspaper  awards when the Parksville  Arrowsmith Star placed third  overall in its category of weekly  broadsheets with a circulation  of 12,500 to 20,000 and second  overall in that category for best  editorial page.  Hart was senior reporter and  features editor at the Star for  four years before moving to the  Coast News January I.  Mw*tW* *-*���"���  S\a\<*��...  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Come see our large  selection of WATCHES from  llnli nil. Citizen & Oscar /A1 la  Renta. We also bare MONEY  CUPS, LOGGER KEY CHAINS  and, of course, GOLD CHAINS.  We've got something for every Dad!  NOVA  IEWELLERY LTD,  Trail Bay Mall, Sechell ��� 885-2421  is  f  OPEN FOR LUNCH & DINNER  Fully Licensed      11:?�� a��� - midnight "TO Teredo Street,  All major credit Tuesdaythru Sunday        On the Waterfront  cards accepted Closed Mondays at Inlet, Sechelt  885-0900  3    Father's Day     ���  Weekend Special  (Friday & Saturday)  Veal Oscar $1V��  Includes all the trimmings  PRONTO'S  NEW  IHINA KITCHEN!  ��  SPECIAL BUFFET  For Fathers Day  includes Over 16 Hot Dishes  Plus Salad Bar  o  Lunch Buffet 11:30-2:30  Dinner Buffet  4:30 - 9:00  ��  Reservations Recommended for  Groups of 4 or more  Gibsons Park Plaza Hwy. 101  886-3028  _-.*��� .'-.-j ���������.���*'.'-���*.���'*���'.-.'������'- *���  - ���������-���������.-,������    ;:. ;.:.��� -.-^...^.- ->--:������-���.-���������---��������� - n -��� -~ -Ti |^Uft-^^^--i- _^_-.^.^-^���b____^__u___ Coast News, lune 15, 1992  community  Bargain hunters from all  over the coast converged on  the Gibsons Winter Club for  a Giant Flea Market Sunday.  Joel Johnstone photo  KIDS  OSHKOSH  20%off  June 15 - 20  IRAIl IAY MAIL MCHELT ��� 885-5255  g��orga)lnglb$ons  by George Cooper  A home away from home - that's a motto that  aptly describes a bed and breakfast visited in recent  weeks.  Situated at Veterans and Fitchelt Roads in Gibsons, the spacious home provides a quiet setting  for those who look for a two or three day retreat.  Travellers passing through our Sunshine Coasl find  a welcome loo, for an overnight stop.  Lots of space outdoors along with a pool add to  the amenities. There is a games room and a separate cottage.  Named Swn-y-mor (soon a mor), the lilting  sound of that name, Welsh as you may guess, does  fit the restful ambience of the house and grounds.  Proprietors Barbara and Fred say they do enjoy  meeting folk. "We've had guests from other countries as well as BC and West Coast states; from  Calais in France, Beijing, Indonesia, Germany,  Australia and New Zealand. Cards of appreciation  from so many of them."  "At Christmas," said Fred, "besides family we  had guests from New Zealand - a return visit."  And breakfasts? "Fred is the cook," said Barbara, "and he prepares the eggs fresh from our own  small flock. Muffins, homebaked bread and my  preserves."  Cavalcade Parade  Parade day is July 25 this year and businesses,  organizations and individuals are urged to enter  floats, or decorated cars or cycles, or individuals in  costumes in this special event.  Look for entry forms in last Thursday's Weekender or pick one up at either Pebbles Realty or  Gibsons Realty. Categories include commercial  floats, bands, bicycles, cars, animals, children in  costume, clubs and organizations - on this year's  theme "Discover Gibsons."  Workshop aims at financial  plans for non-profit groups  Amanda Mills from Art-  books will be delivering a seminar titled Financial Planning for  Non-Profit Organizations June  24, 9 am to 4 pm at the Sunshine Coast community Services Society in Sechelt.  This workshop will emphasize budgeting and cash flow  issues, techniques and tips, how  to minimize the impact of the  GST, reporting and issues of  control.  The mandate of Artbooks  exists because the accounting  Gibsons  Plaza to  celebrate  opening  Gibsons Park Plaza is holding its Grand Opening from  Sunday'June 14 to Saturday  June 20. Gibsons Park Plaza is  a development of Marcorp  Development Corporation of  Vancouver.  The centre is anchored by  IGA Plus Food Store, Wool-  worth Department store, and  Sears Retail and Catalogue  Store.  Other stores include: Atlas  Office Solutions, Bernadette's  Galleries, Budget Video and  Laser, Charko' Chik Restaurant, Color Your World, Dar  Lebanon Restaurant, Eugenia's  Interiors - furniture, Frontrun-  ners Athletic Wear, Gibsons Pet  Food and Supplies, New China  Kitchen Restaurant, Re/Max  Top 20 Realty, Sunshine Coast  Insurance.  On June 20, the Grand  Opening Ceremony will be held  al 11 am with opening addresses given by: Mayor Eric Small,  Town of Gibsons, Peggy Conner, chairperson, Sunshine  Coast Regional District, and-  David Longpre, Marcorp  development Corporation.  for the non-profit sector can be  more difficult than its counterpart in the for-profit sector of  the economy.  Artbooks has worked with  over 300 independent artists and  has supplied administrative support and financial programs to  over 75 primarily arts organizations.  For further information  regarding this upcoming seminar, contact Nancy Baker at the  Volunteer Centre 885-5881 or  Peter Roy 885-5512.  Father's Day  FUOWE  Yes...men  do like flowers  Yes...we do  exquisite grad corsages  Marine Drive, Gibsons Landing  (next to Dockside Pharmacy)  Call Janice  886-7435  CHICKEN AND PASTA  The Home of Charbroiled Chicken  OPEN 7 DAYS  Monday to Saturday  11:00am- 10:00pm  Sundays & Holidays  4:00pm ��� 10:00pm  DELIVERY HOURS  4:00pm ��� 10:00pm  886-2445  200-1 IOO HIOHWAV 101  GIBSOMSPARKPIAZA  OIBSONS, B.C.  TAKE (KIT, PICK UP  & FREE DELIVERY  Watch for  om  GRAND  OPENING  WJUNE  When Canadians  work together we can  take on the world and win  Tn succeed in today's world,  Canadian* musl be able to compete became nur nibs directly  depend on il Preparing ourselves  thmu^h training will help us In  compete and secure the proeperity  we want (or ourselves and mir  childrvn.  We hiive lo Invest in ourselves  .md be.) country th.it s<iys...  veswecan.  Everyone knows a small company from Regina ain't compete in  UIOm markets. Everyone, that is,  except Les Hitlicsko, President of  Sweep Rite Manufacturing Im.  His high technology, innovative,  mechanical street sweepers are  cleaning up around tlte world,  with exports accounting for up lo  75% of sales.  Yes uv can.  We've got the ability  to buila on our  successes.   We halve .1 history of working  in cooperation with others for  world-class achievements in  peacekeeping, medicine and space  exploration. Now, with business,  labour, governments, academic  ���ind social gmups working together, we can .ichieve prosperity  through international competitiveness. But there is one more critical  factor: Candida's ultimate potential  depends on the commitment of  individual Canadians to being  the best.  Yes we can.  We've got the proof.  Canadians are succeeding  every day. Many individual and  business successes exist... with real  ���j^ lenefits for individuals, the communities they live in and for  Canadian industry.  Hundreds of Canadian companies are achieving remarkable  international success. They're creating jobs, developing new skills  and opportunities for thousands of  Canadians and creating markets  around the world for Canadian  products.  The Prosperity Initiative's  Steering Group is developing a  consensus-based plan of actum to  be presented to Canadians in  September. Canadians told us  that they wanted to participate in  developing Ihis plan of action. We  listened...  Through a series of  "Community Talks", thousands  of people in \S6 communities  acniss Canada Itave contributed  their ideas. They talked aboul how  lo address lite challenges and  opportunities facing us all in the  areas of competitiveness and  learning. They talked about how  to maintain our standard of living  and secure our economic future.  They concluded tliat all of us Itave  to play a purl ...ami the government is listening.  " I moved to Quebec with an  Ontario teaclter's certificate. For  several years, I could only get  mirk as a substitute. I knew it  would be hard lo get a full-time  job if I didii 't re-aualify, so I took  my Quebec Certificate. I now  leach full time, have a better  salary and realize that if you  want a better future, you have to  be ready to retrain. It was worth  it for lite!"  Yesioecan.  We've got the people.  It's time to focus our energies  on our most important economic  challenge yet... and prepare  ourselves for a more prosperous  flltllR'.  ^fes,wecan!  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Some of these local plants  include foxgloves (Digitalis  purpurea) and Mullein (Verbas  cum ihapsus). foxgloves can  grow io a height of eight feet  with a large base of spreading  leaves and tall spires of gentle  bells of mauve or white. They  are known for their heart drug  digitoxin.  Foxgloves' close relative, (he  Mullein, is an old Bnglish herb,  its uses are many (even as a  torch) and its nicknames too.  The Mullein grows much like  the Foxglove but is larger and its  spire is covered with small  brighl yellow flowers.  These two plants produce  enormous amounts of seed in  late summer which can be  picked, saved and grown the  Tbe Mr.  Roberts Creek  Contest Is still  a hoi number'  Last General Meeting  Wednesday, June 17  Bing<  Tuesday Nights  xirs open 6  ___7 Hi  C\ doors open 6 31)  lV' Hir  I  Closed Sundays  |  FINAL MEAT  DRAW JUNE 27  3064 Lower Road ��� 886-9984  \  J^vv     Nutrition Centre       /��*.  Confused? Difficulty Concentrating?  Forget an appointment? A lunch date?  Can't remember where you  left your car keys?  How many of you have experienced these symptoms?  Good news. Recent research has supported what eastern  cultures have known for centuries about a natural  remedy that helps with our mental functions. It's called  Ginglco Biloba. it's a tree worshipped for its longevity in  the Orient because some of these trees live to be 1000  years old. It is the leaves that are used and now  promoted for their therapeutic benefits.  In Europe the top selling prescription drug is derived  from an extract of the Gingko leaf. It is used in elderly  patients to treat symptoms of tinnitus (ringing in the  ears), short term memory loss, lack of attention,  depression, and poor concentration, ll seems that this  remarkable plant works on the circulatory system by  increasing the How of blood. Specifically, thi' imnases  are greatest on the arteries, capillaries, and veins around  the cerebral or brain area. As a result this increases the  nutrients and oxygen that the      brain receives. If our brain is  sufficiently nourished then it  functions properly wiih  alertness, better recall, sharper  memory, greater action and  activity.  Sound like it might help youi1  One of the best preparations  available is called  GERIAFORCE, available from  Switzerland. It is made from  100% fresh Gingko extract.  What is also assuring is that  GERIAFORCE has no side  effects, is not habit forming,  and has been used long term  with great results. If you're  suffering from a brain stuck in  low gear, here's something that  may be right for you.  And if you forgot what you read  at the beginning, then try some  GERIAFORCE today!  We cany ORGANIC GARDEN SEEDS  "The first link in a safe food chain."  #3 - 5522 Wharf Rd., Sechelt     885-7001  Avoba  Gerioforce  (Gi-k9t kiltba)  Product ol SwilAlrlarr  50 ml  The John Watkins Band played the Roberts Creek hall  June 24.  davis bay news  next season. Or just let the  planls self-seed around their  bases. Don't pull them oul in the  fall even though they do get  rather messy looking. Foxgloves  and Mulleins are biennials and  will produce a large rosette plant  with no spire the  _____    first year and then  grow its tall flowers the next spring.  Hybrids     and  most of our regular  garden flowers may  be easy to obtain  and are guaranteed  colourful blossoms,       but  encouraging  wild plants and  vines to be a part of your garden  and yard scene makes one  appreciate and respect the  unique flora and fauna of our  area. More native plants nexl  week.  Bike Path  Once again, truckloads of  crusher dust are being applied to  the bicycle path in Roberts  Creek. Ihis time around, the tab  is being picked up by Centra  Gas and not the SCRD. Upgrading is part of an agreement that  Centra Gas would clean up its  mess from the pipeline installation last winter.  Here's hoping it will be used  and lhat no one gets a road rash  if ihey pile up on Ihe gravelly  stuff.  Community Hall  The nexl Roberts Creek  Community Association meeting is Wednesday, June 24 at 8  pm at the hall. The Creek hall  was packed to the rafters again  last weekend, as the John  Watkins Band blasted away on  their shiney brass selection of  homs.  Their rhythm was infectious  as the group encouraged the  crowd to participate in some of  their tunes. Thanks to organizer  Diana Morgan for luring such  class acts to the Coast.  From the Files of the Coasl  News - June 1981 - The Mr.  Roberts Creek Contest is still a  hot number but entries are coming in slowly for this chance of a  lifetime to become the idol of all  Ihe women in Roberts Creek.  Graham Edney and Brian Swan-  son of the Penn Kings play at  the Legion this weekend.  The Creek House Restaurant  is anxiously awaiting its liquor  licence and health inspection.  :v.-r  Roberts Creek Elementary students used their Saturday morning effectively, holding a car and dog wash at the lire department  parking lot to raise funds for a bicycle trip.      Joel Johnstone photo  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3(29  Kirkland Centre, the Adult  Day Care Facility, is busy these  days with a variety of events.  Every month, Ken Bell  spends an afternoon showing  slides, while Reg Dickson takes  an extra long lunch hour (courtesy of his employer, Sunshine  GM) to come and play guitar  and sing for the group. Also in  May, the Spinners and Weavers  gave a demonstration of their  talents and Bill LeNeve cap-  hired imaginations with slides of  Hong Kong.  The centre wishes to lhank  the community for supporting  its garage sale on Sunday. The  proceeds are going towards a  bus trip to Vancouver June 18 to  visit the Sun Yat Sen Gardens,  with lunch at a Chinese restaurant and then on to Granville  Island to shop.  June 16 has been designated  as Spanish Day at the centre.  Clark Stebner will entertain  playing classical Spanish music  on his guitar, followed by a  Spanish-style luncheon.  On Thursday, the group char-  MOMENTS TO REMEMBER  IGRf$0 GIBSONS  FROM  IH W iIHIflffl  1 DAY FliM PROCESSING SERVICE  Monday to Friday  Now Ava_Jable At  IGRfto  GIBSONS  Lotto Centre ��� "We Have It All' ��� I Day Photo Service  tered a bus and travelled up to  Pender Harbour where they  were treated to a musjeal interlude by the Pender Harbour  Music Society, followed by a  delicious lunch.  There are two vety dedicated  ladies who have started an adull  day care group in Pender Harbour, strictly on a volunteei  basis, one day a week, and this  is where the Kirkland group  spent the afternoon.  Aren't we lucky to have such  a wonderful facility right here in  Davis Bay?  There are approximately 48  people who are taking part in  the day care program at present  and all seem to be very proud to  be a part of it.  The staff is to be highly commended for iheir dedication ind  caring. I'm sure that is whal  makes it work.  It you or anyone you know  desires to be a part of this program, please call the Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit, 886-  5I64.  Acronyms  As our lifestyles change, so  does our vocabulary. Where  DINKS (Double Income No  Kids) was fashionable a few  years ago, it has now graduated  to LIMERS (Less Income More  Excitement).  These are former Yuppies  who give up part of their  incomes for more professional  independence or leisure time.  Then there are the HANKS  (Health and Nature Keeper).  We eat health food and support environmental protection.  Finally there are the MOBYS  AND DOBYS (Mommy/Daddy  Older, Baby Younger) and they  are people who became parents  late in life.  .' My kids have graduated  from Dinks to Mobys and  Dobys, and what a difference in  their lifestyle. But they love ill  r__u>aK___ . Coast News, June 15,1992  11  community  West Sechelt, Sechelt and Cedar Grove elementary students took  to the stage nt the Raven's Cry Theatre Wednesday to sing their  hearts out for Iheir parents. Each school did a solo performance,  then the three Joined together lo sing in harmony for Ihe grand  finale.  Joel Jiihiisiniii' pholo  Howe Sound  Mil   III   MM I   IIVIHI  Port Mellon. B.C.  Safety week  BIKE RODEO  Gibsons Firehall  Sat, June 27  10 am -12 noon  RCMP will be on hand  to teach bicycle safety.  PRIZES for BEST BICYCLE DECORATING  in various age categories  FREE REFRESHMENTS  sechelt scenario  by Margaret Watt, 885-'  As all the organizations  wind down until the fall and  give their people a well-  deserved rest, Sechelt is gearing up for the best summer  ever, il seems. Celebration  Days, to be held this year July 4  and 5 (separate from Canada  Day), will take place in Hacked  Park. Bands will provide music  from noon till dusk on Saturday  and until 7 pm Sunday. A  Teddy Bears Picnic will be held  for the younger children. Helicopter rides will transport you  out over Porpoise Bay.  A do-not-miss will be the  Lions Club Pancake Breakfast  and the volunteer fire department's salmon barbecue. Volunteers to help with this year's  celebration are being sought for  the setup and tear down portion  of the festivities. If you can  lend a hand, call Beverly Tanchak at 885-1896.  Healing Arts Fall-  Have you ever wondered  how herbs can help your digestion, or how you can eliminate  the stress in your life? The  Healing Arts Fair is .where you  may find answers to these and  many more questions you may  have about your health.  The Rockwood Centre is set  to celebrate the fifth annual  Healing Arts Fair, June 20.  Since its inception in I987, the  fair has drawn a huge response  from participants as well as  interested members of the public. The doors to the annual  event swing open at 10 am and  close at 4 pm. There will be an  admission charge of $3.  Tea and light lunches will be  served in the Rockwood Lodge  throughout the day and Rockwood gardens are in full bloom.  According to Rockwood staff,  there are still some booth  spaces and private rooms available for rental during the fair,  and anyone interested is  encouraged to book as soon as  possible.  In the past, all manner of  practitioners and vendors were  on hand lo steer the public lo a  healthier life. For more info,  call Rockwood Centre at 885-  2522.  Music In the Gardens  Music lovers can still catch  the second afternoon of music  in the gardens June 21 al 2 pm.  The place is ihe Festival Pavilion at Rockwood Centre. Listen  to music from Bach to George  Gershwin and selections from  The Man of La Mancha. Tea  will be served in the gardens  after the concert. Tickets are  $10 from the festival box office  at the centre.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  Leave your cares at home with us.  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Tuttl FruKJ Loaf  143  309  233  299  293  454 R.  Dairy  Olympic - regular  Fruit Yogurts  175 a. yousave 1.00  Parkay - soft  Margarine  907 g yousave 1.31  Foremost - grade A  Medium eggs  dozen you save .50  Meddo Belle - cheese  Monterey Jack  random   Foremost - all flavours  Ice Cream  2 L you save 1.17  2/-98  ^98  129  20��/<>o_  278  Seafood  M, PIIMS  9.46 kg   Staler*"  429  lb  11.00 kg   Whole ��� cooked  Crab   4w,  5�������  FlshCakas  4.39 kg   199  lb  VISA  6O0offf  Any Deli Item  j^t"-* Limit one per Customer  -e\. ****��*   0iie* Exp'res June 21,1992.  K  Ml  _______ Coast News, June 15, 1992  13  community  L  Colleen Elson and husband Doug enjoy the 'roasting' she  received Wednesday evening from friends as the crowd toasted the retiring School District #46 director of programs and  former teacher. Joel Johnstone photo  by Ruth Forrester, 88J-241S  Lasl Wednesday some 35 members of the Welcome Beach Community Association were present for Ihe annual general meeting at  which the following officers and board members were elected: president. Bill Vorley; vice-president, Ken Moore; board members Frank  Apel, Franz Erber, Mildred Chuckrey, Olive Oomyn, Pat Webster,  Fred Church, Francis Konpasek, Al Buckley, Grace Lamonl, Marion  Terrillon and Ruth Paterson.  Missing from the slate of officers were a treasurer and a secretary.  It is hoped thai volunteers will soon fill these vacancies.  Al and Marg Buckley, both of whom have given years of volunteer hours, were presented with Life Memberships in appreciation of  their hard work.  Well Known Resident Passes  Friends of ihe Pallanl family of llalfnioon Bay were saddened lo  learn of the sudden death of Bill Pallanl. Bill and his wife Fvelyn  have lived in Halfmoon Bay for ihe pasl 23 years, following his  retirement from Carting Brewery. Bill was an ardent bridge player  and was well known for his own particular sense of humour, for  which he will be remembered by all who knew him. He is survived  by his wife Fvelyn, one son and one daughter, two grandchildren and  one great-granddaughter. Our sympathies go oul to Ihe family al Ihis  time.  Card Tables Anyone?  The Welcome Beach Community Association's bridge days arc  now very popular, so Ihere is a shortage of card tables. If you happen  to have a spare one in your attic and would care to donate it to the  hall, the gesture would be much appreciated. Give either Barbara at  885-9860 or Mildred at 885-5249 a call if you have such an item.  Country Fair  Excitement is beginning to build for the Halfmoon Bay Country  Fair which takes place at Coopers Green on July 10 lo 12. The fair  always starts with the increasingly popular car rally on July 10 at 6  pm. First prize is $100 and second is a boat rental from Buccaneer  Marina. Entrants must pre-register by calling Eunice at 885-5,180.  Entry fee is $12. The Jolly Roger Inn is sponsoring Ihis year's rally.  The B&J Store at Halfmoon Bay will again sponsor the Kids'  Fishing Derby on July 11. Kids must pre-register at the store prior to  Derby Day. Registration fee is $2.  Don't forget to get busy on your baking projects for the fair's baking contest. Entry forms are available from Betty al 885-5029.  There are many more events, all to be announced.  Retirement and Insurance Planning  ��� RetiiTmt'iU  Flaiuuii}1  ��� Life & Disability  insuranu'  ��� Employee Benefit  Hans '  ��� Lawrence K.  Chambers, au  ��� 886-9U1  ��� Toll Free:  1-80O665-2051  Muluil iuin.1*- bu-ntr wth  i uuuluj] liruup i >f Funds ti  CHAMBERS  Seniii); the Sunshine Coast Since ll)KJ  Summer SfttciaU  Brighten up  your life with ntw  CANNON  TOWELS  in great  summer colours.'  Bath Towel $9.50  Hand Towel $6.75  Face Cloth $3.50  Bath Sheet $14.50  Tub Mat       $5.50  AtuiluMt* in  BLUE, PEACH,  PINK & MINT  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  885-3414  golden lifelines  by Joyce Oslry  June I to 7 was National  Access Awareness Week and a  chance for individuals, voluntary organizations, small businesses, corporations and governments to ask themselves:  "What can we do to ensure  access for all persons with disabilities?"  Ensuring equal access  requires more than just removing physical barriers: it also  means changing attitudes and  support systems so that people  with visible as well as invisible  disabilities (such as learning,  intellectual, psychiatric, chronic migraine, panic disorders  and uncontrolled epilepsy) can  participate fully in all aspects  of community life.  Access Is a right  Your participation is important. People can make a difference. There are five focus areas  we need to work on where  changes are needed.  Transportation - our mayor  in Sechelt knows of the importance of buses, however, other  areas of transportation, such as  taxis, need attention.  Please understand, I'm not  urging a crusade against our  cab companies.  A para or quad might want  transportation at night or the  weekend and I know of no  available service during those  times.  Housing  We have some barrier-free  design homes and buildings.  We urge every builder lo incorporate this design into every  structure being built on the  lower Sunshine Coast. Group  homes are needed for people to  live independently and make  new friends. Having a disability often means isolation and  loneliness.  Recreation  If you lead a youth group,  such as Cubs or Brownies,  include young people with disabilities.  Encourage teachers to talk  about disability issues in their  classes. Sludenis are generally  warm-hearted and accepting.  "Discover Together" is an education kit made available by Ihe  Department of the Secretary of  State that uses awareness activities to help children understand disability.  Over '80s Tea  The tea is being held Tuesday, June 16 at 1:30 pm. Put on  your best "Bib and Tucker" and  we'll see you there.  Craft Show  Elizabeth Derby will collect  the baked goods for the craft  show on June 27 at the Seniors  Hall on Mermaid Street. For  more information call Kay at  885-3334.  COMING  SO   N!  B-^fe-K.  IK.  I Lishting  ?m��\\1 \W   & ElectHcal  *7|Y* I    ^11    ^1 Supply  1044 Seamount Way, Gibsons ��� 886-7466 or 649-4146  maef^miY,i^"  NEW ARRIVALS  "''^IIIL^II  EXOTIC JEWELLERY FROM THAILAND  Tie-Due T-shirts New Beads In Stock for Summer Accessories   MUST SEE-..GOING FAST   For Around The     _,__ _ . __        a���ric at. sechelt  World Shopping     880-O4O0 mos - s��t. io - 8  Father's Day  Special  Buy Dad a recliner or a chair  and we'll treat you & Dad  to an all-you-can-eat buffet  at The New China Kitchen  restaurant in Gibsons  Sechelt  HH��  Furniture Land  Best Prices! Best Selection! Best Qualitv! Best Service!  Highway 101, Box 2549  Sechelt, B.C., VON 3A0  Tel: (604) 885-5756  Fax: (604) 885-2756  New Hours I  Mon - Thurs 9 - 5:30, Fri 9 - 9  Sat 9 - 5:30, Closed Sunday 14  Coast News, lune 15, 1992  Member of  ALLIED..  The Careful Movers  MM  DISTANCE  MOVING  We  can move you  ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storag*. Local 1 Long Distinct Moving  HWY. 101, GIBSONS     -^ST-fiBr   886-2664  Fishing for Gifts for  Father's Day?  BUZZ BOMB ROGUE ROD  Made by PEN, 100% graphite  Regular $225  Father's Day Special $0 AOC  ONLY   ����r  BUZZ BOMB ROGUE ROD  Made l>y pcn. I oo% graphite  WITH LEVEL WIND PEN REEL  Regulair $300  rjthvr's /)ji Special _.*g CA95  only *.I5Mrw  Only 26 In Stock, so I lurry! Thrsr won't lastl  MA\Y MORE INSTORE SPECIALS!  I ��� ����� L.    Francis Peninsula Plaice  UIV^^__K_\L Hwy 101 al  ���v-n-v   ^s^kjww      Francis Peninsula Rd,  MW 883-2763  OUTFITTERS!  SHOPPING MARINE SERVICES  HARBOUR  BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps &? Coven  UpolsUny (jf liefmin  Kenmar  Draperies  NEEDLECRAFT SUPPLIES  883-2274  MADEIRA  MARINA  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing Store  8c Lotto Centre  10% OFF FOR ALL SENIORS  Madeira Park Centre  J-ABINA.  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Product*  883-2253  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitor* Welcome  1 /a Milk North or Garden bav rd.  HWY. lot SB3-9S41  'IIARMAC Y  883-2888  Ponder Harbour't ONLY  Full Lin* Sporting Goods Slora  Francla Penlntula Plica  Corner of Sunshlnt Coaat Hwy..  Francla Peninsula Rd. 883-278  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580-4321  CALL COLLECT  Paaaadar Harbour, I C. 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  CALl  DENISt AT  885*3930  DINING  &  Garden  Bay  Hotel  PUB  883-2674  RESTAURANTT  883-9919  HAIRDRESSERS  ROOFING  leiA  Tar a Gravel, Shakes, Shingles,  Metal Roots, Torch On, Ouroids   >____   Miss Sunny's  HAIR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  SERVICES  Peninsula Power  & Cable Ltd.  High and low vottacp powar Hncs  Cert. 7111  Ray Hansen Trucking  & Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883-9222  Hugh W.Jonn  LAWYER  883-9525  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX:883-9524  community  by Jacalyn Vincent  Jolaine Percival and family celebrated her  successful win of the gold medal at the  provincial games recently held in Vancouver. Jolaine scored a lengthy dislance of  .18.82 metres in the javelin throwing category-  Throwing those bales of hay in the barn  finally paid off. The whole community is  very proud of Miss Percival, David O'Cof-  fee and of course, Wendy Simmons, who all  gave their very best!  Wilh all this warm weather Ihe area has  become very dry. All burning permits have  been cancelled in the Pender Harbour district  and will not be issued until further notice.  Please take extra caution when using any  flammable device.  Father's Day  Well, if you can'l lake another fishing trip  with your father there are many activities our  area has lo offer. The Lions Club breakfast is  always a treat which everyone is welcome to  enjoy, lunch at the Garden Bay or Irving  Landing Pubs while taking in the view, a  great game of golf or a leisurely bicycle ride  wiih the family. Have a super day with dad.  Clothing swap  It's lime to clean your closets for the first  annual grips clothing swap. This swap will  be held al Ihe Ooble residence on Garden  Bay Road June 20 from It am lo 2 pm.  Refreshments will be served along wilh a  raffle'and recycling information. Any leftover clothihg will be donated to charity, so  bring your old clothes and take home something new. For further information please  call'883-9043 or 883-2948  As the title changes  Community regrets go out to Ihe Robinson family in iheir lime of grief.  Turle huffs - most turtles are stone deaf.  Just for fun play baseball al the high  school field on Tuesday evenings from 7 to 9  pm. Until next week - be good lo yourself.  Pender Harbour Secondary School students were head to head municate their progress and knowledge, Ihe parents seemed  with their parents Tuesday night as they poured over personal pleased wilh the district-wide conferences that began earlier  performance portfolios of academic work. Part of student-led this year in elementary schools,  conferences designed to give students the opportunity to com- Roxanne Gregory photo  by Lynn Mees 883-1188  It is most definitely going to  be a bumper crop year for  berries. The amount of flowers  on all the bushes is psycho, us  berry lovers are most impressed.  I'm in the middle of moving'  right now and to add to it, nine  months pregnant, so my brain is  having a hard lime concentrating on writing a column, but I'll  try my best to come up with  something interesting.  coast  Is a member of  (?CNA  Canadian Community  Newspaper .Association  Unique to  The Sunshine  Coast  delivering the local story  Oh, here's a bit of interesting  news. One of the Egmonsters,  Shirley Hall has been elected  secretary of the national office  of Amnesty International (Al).  She will be travelling back and  forth to Ottawa for meetings  throughout the year. Congratulations, Shirley. By the way,  look for postings for a huge  garage sale in Sechelt with proceeds going towards AI.  A warm welcome to Cheryl  and Don 's new baby girl, who  was born on the weekend. I'm  not sure how to spell the baby's  name so I'll wait to put it in till  next week. Look forward to see-  ing mom and babe out and  about.  Fish are biting big time. A  friend swung by with a piece of  salmon the other day. It was a  melt-in-your-mouth experience.  I'll sign off now, for sleep  has come up on the cue cards  and I'm going to take advantage  of it, since I'm having a heck of  a time sleeping at nights. Getting prepared for feeding the  baby at those wee hours. See ya  around.  BC Seniors Award  open for Nominations  Communities from across BC have until September IS to nominate deserving seniors for the 1992 BC Senior Award corsponsored  by Hong Kong Bank of Canada and Brock House Society.  The award consists of the Brock House Society Medal and a  $10,000 tax-free grant from Hong kong Bank of Canada. Nominees  to the selection committee must be a Canadian citizen, 65 years or  older, a resident of BC and have a record of voluntary community  service.  "The BC Senior Award recognizes the accomplishments and  important contributions our seniors make everyday to communities  across the province," said Ted Charlton, president of Brock House  Society.  Joan Greenwood, 85, a resident of Hope, was chosen as 1991 BC  Senior by last year's selection committee which received a record 93  nominations from 52 communities. The winner of the award is chosen by an eight-member selection committee whose decision is final.  "The selection committee is independent from the society and chosen  from leaders in the community," said Charlton. The BC Senior  Award will be presented at a gala presentation dinner on November  17,1992.  Nomination forms and more information are available throughout  the province at all branches of Hong kong Bank of Canada, Bank of  BC and from Brock House Society's Vancouver headquarters. Nominations must be received by the bank or Brock House Society no later  than Monday, September 15,1992.  For further information please call or write BC Senior Award, c/o  Brock House Society, 3875 Point Grey Road, Vancouver, BC V6R  IB3, telephone 228-1461.  Lord Jim's  Resort  Hotel  Ole's Cove Rd., Ju��t North of Secret Cove on Hwy. 101  FATHER'S DAY BREAKFAST BUFFET  includes: Juice, Fruit  Roast Ham, eggs with choice  of Coffee, Tea & Danish.  9 am- 1:30 pm  $<_95  9  FATHER'S DAY DINNER  A La Carte Menu Available Plus  FATHER'S DAY SPECIAL  Roast Leg of Lamb with Provencale Herbs  and Red Wine Sauce.Chateau Potatoes,  Green Beans, Red Cabbage, Carrots.G Zucchini  For Dessert:  Three Berry Vacherin  (Children Under 12 1/2 Price)  Iff5  RESERVATIONS REQUESTED  885-7038  < t,  '- % M *T-1 ���*=> ��u  ��� Ci.c *-.* r> *r jr.* *��������  r,-f~r **.*< ��. ��. c e  ; i .*. *. m ��� ��� Vernon's driving  musical direction  by BUI Font  Tbe third of a series on the  directors of the Sunshine Coast  Music Society's Anne of Green  Gables musical features musical  director, Lyn Vernon.  Vernon is well known on the  Coast as founder and artistic  director of the Sunshine Coast  Music Society.  The society was formed in  1989 to produce and promote  quality music on the Sunshine  Coast. The society is renowned  for its annual spring productions, most notably Gilbert and  Sullivan's Pirates of Penzance  in 1990 and last year's Cafe  Broadway.  Vernon musicals on the  Coast began in 1980 with the  Coastal Soundwaves chorus and  orchestra. Their productions of  Jesus Christ Superstar and Fiddler on the Roof are legendary  in the Coast's arts history.  As musical director, Vernon's task is to develop all the  music in the show. The Soundwaves Orchestra has been  rehearsing for months with  some new young members supplementing many of the continuing fine players from past  years. The singers have many  on the arts beet  challenging numbers, and all are  under the coaching of Vernon,  including the adult and children's choruses.  One of the challenges of  musical theatre is the combining  of the needs of the musical  director and conductor with the  needs of the stage director and  choreographer.  Vernon's success with negotiating these needs into a cohesive production has been well  demonstrated, and is her current  task with Anne.  In addition to Ihe hundreds of  hours of work for Anne of  Green Gables, Vernon has been  on the stage herself this spring  with her acclaimed April concert for the Sunshine Coast Arts  Council, as well as concerts in  Kamloops and Vancouver.  Those who enjoy opera and  Vernon's talents, will have  another opportunity as she sings  with Edo Boersma's Concert  Opera benefit at the Playhouse  Theatre in Vancouver June 21.  Anne of Green Gables production is in full swing in preparation for the July 3 to 12 run at  the Festival Pavilion in Sechelt.  Tickets are on sale now at 885-  9631.  Celestial Visions by Lionel Thomas is an exhibition of original  prints from his series inspired by constellations of the heavens. Each  image was printed by the artist on a high pressure press from a carefully prepared copper plate. The lines in the images are etched by  acid or engraved by hand wilh a diamond point.  Both of these techniques of 'drypoint' or 'etching' are known as  intaglio. In several of Thomas' prints, plates that are shaped jigsawlike are printed in groups to create more complex images.  'Vulpecula', 'Sagitta and the Arrow of Time', and four others are  done in this manner. The style of Lionel Thomas' work is lively and  playful, with a sense of the energetic constancy of the cosmos and of  the artists himself.  Thomas has pledged a percentage of sales to the Arts Centre's  building expansion fund. In addition lo Ihe work shown during the  exhibition, he will be in the gallery on Saturday afternoons from I  pm to 4 pm with portfolios of his unframed work. Half of the proceeds from these unframed works will go to the building fund.  Celestial Visions continues until June 28.  Cold Beer &  Cider To Go!  rooms  $��s\eqo  PER WEEEK  PLUS TAX  105  886-2804  PENINSULA MOTOR INN  "Don! Waste It"  Converts Hw   I "I  Garden  UtOuQ+xdfwelVeut  Waste  B.C.'s most trusted composter accelerates  composting, making your composter work  harder for you.  'An Environmentally Friendly Product"  Even Our Bag la Biodegradable!  Available at local garden centres  Serving Manufactured by.  *? OLD GARDENER PRODUCTS LTD.  **^r Box 368. Saidls. B.C. 729-1989  35 yean. Canada, V2R1A7  Coast News, June 15, 1992 15  Cure for your shin  (.arc for your complexion  Care for your conscience  Consultations Every    RVVC  Tues & Wed, 2 - 4 pm  VARIETY  BaTduM Without I lutlta1  Free cappucino or yogurt cone with every purchase!  Purchase Skin Freshener receive Swiss Beauty Pads free!  DAVEN'&CDY  THEATEE  presents  LADY BUGS  Starring Rodney Dangerfield  tttitnl Muiinv occaaional coaraa language   <fe suuuestttv laityiutup     fafintM)  ,SHOWTIMES  Friday June 12th  THROUGH  a Thurs. June 18th a  W One Show Only at 8 pm W  Lyn Vernon  . Introducing Matinee Performances  June 20th at 2:00pm  "HOOK" -A story about a grown Peter Pan  _^^XusionakoarKlanauiK.l^ej^  Healing Arts Fair  coming to Rockwood  TICKET PRICES  Adulls $6 ���  Students $i SO  Seniors & Children  ��L UnderTwelvc $}  Rockwood Centre is celebrating the fifth annual Healing  Arts Fair Saturday, June 20  from 10 am to 4 pm.  Tables, booths and private  rooms will be Filled with practitioners and vendors ranging  from reflexologists to massage  therapists. A variety of items  such as semi-precious stones,  informational books, herbs and  demonstrations of healing are  also available.  A light lunch will be available on the grounds.  Arts  council  studio  tours  The second in this year's  Arts Council Studio Tours takes  place Saturday, June 27. The  public is invited to meet with  members of our diverse artistic  community and explore firsthand their creative space.  Donna Balma has recently  returned from a successful  exhibit in England to the wild-  wood setting of her Roberts  Creek studio. Balma expresses  in her paintings and basic philosophy that personal expression is culturally enriching. A  recurring theme is aging and  how each of us is doing it.  Roberts Creek is also the  location of Clayworks, where  Elaine Futterman and Michael  Allegretti fashion beautifully  functional pottery both high-  fired and raku. Participants are  invited to bring a lunch.  Admission at the door costs  $3. Fair organizers Kay Bailey  and Sandy McBride welcome  the public to this interesting  event.  For further information call  Rockwood Centre at 885-2522.  COMING  ATTRACTION  STRAIGHT  TALK  aVolura  June 19th - 25th  Raven's Cry Theatre  Located at House Of Hewhiwus, Sechelt BC  PHONE NUMBER  885-4673  ILLUSION  Fine Dining on the Waterfront in a casual atmosphere  8.00pm to iv  lAsIr ijbout (Du/i  CHEF'S DAILY  LUNCH SPECIAL  Tuesday through Saturday  ONLY $��25  OPEN FOR LUNCH & DINNER  11:30 am - midnight  Daily Feature  SOUP&  SANDWICH  $r25  Fully Licensed  All major credit  cards accepted  Tuesday thru Sunday  Closed Mondays  885-0900  5663 Teredo Street,  On the Waterfront  at Inlet, Sechelt  I Back by popular demand TOP SECRET it making three appearances at  ELPHIE'S CABARET Than, Fri, and Sat, June 18,19 and SO. Top 40 from the  70-e, 80*i and 90'i. Door* open fl pm. Glbeon* Landing  AOVIaTmiMINT  RAVEN'S CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  for the performing arts  Coastdance Theatre School  Performance  SUNDAY, JUNE 28th, 4:30pm  Tickets: $5.00  Watch for the return of  Claire de Lune  with an .ifternoon  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  UiMMiLMIMi  ���^g-i���m^m 16  Coast News, June 15, 1992  YOUR GUIDE TO THE FINEST IN AREA DINING  IFATI'RE RESTAVRASTOE THE WEEK  El Nino Seafood House  loin us for Father's  Day Buffet Brunch  Fresh Seafood our  Specialty  Tableside Flambes  Daily Specials  Oceanview Fine  Dining at Night  Quick Lunches By  Day  Reservations Recommended  Marine Drive Gibsons Landing ��� 886-3891  FAMILY DINING  Andy'i Rtltiurant I unch and dinner  Iptciftl every d.iv   RvttJI Wednesday  nlg^t ta Prim* Kit- Nighl i Ioum special  ties iiK'lude ve.il dishes, ���.!���*.,k*.. simKhkI,  panto, pita. IH.ii fan] .md lots <>f NFW  dUhet Don! miss Andy's nre.it flrunch  Buffet every Sunday from 11 am    2 .HI  pm Hwy im, Gibsons, BM 3388 Open  Sunday ind Monday 11 am ��� 9 pm,  run-day Saturday ll am 10pm  Tht Boat Houtt lust a ferry rule away in  beautiful llorwthor Bay, offering daily  choice! ol fresh and flash fro/en  seafood from the Wesl, Fast and I'.ulf  CoAStS as well as a variety of other specialties loin us after j rm for dinner or  tt��r our spectacular Sunday Brunch,  served between 10:30 am and 2 pm  Friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere and fabulous meals are |ust  some of tha reason* you'll keep coming  back If you have an important rendezvous or a ferry lo catch, please let us  know and we'll make the necessary  accommodations For reservations call  921-8188 All major credit cards accept-  Cafe Pierrot Comfortable atmosphere  with warm, helpful staff Homemade  pallets, quiches and daily specials are all  prepared with the freshest ingredients -  both healthful and delicious Our whole  wheal bread and scrumptious desserts  are baked fresh daily, on the premises.  Outside dlnlngi take out orders for the  beach and cappuccino are available 1 he  Consts'l bistro as unique as the (.oast  itself Mon fa I ues 9 -S Wed - Sat 9 - 9  Cloud Sunday teredo Square, Sechell  Phone ahead for your lunch' 885--W62  Dar Lebanon Restaurant - Now open in  (Iibsons Park Plea, Hwy llll. l.unch  and Dinner features include Chicken,  Beef, lamb and Vegetarian dishes,  Shishkebabs, Falafels, Cappuccino,  Fspresso and Desserts Open 7 days a  week, 10 am ��� 11 pm Fat in or takeout  Catering for parties and weddings 886-  .1-V72 Fverything we make is made with  lovel  HaW-A-Wey Restaurant Bring the whole  family and join us for great dining at  the I laid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons  Motor Inn on Hwy. 101 at Park Rd Our  friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your enjoy*  ment of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a children's section. We're open Mon - Ihurs  5:30 am to 8 pm, Fri - Sat 5:30 - 9 pm  and Sunday !u30 am - 8 pm Our Sunday buffet (11 am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes and  desserts Rat to your heart's content  Reservations 886-4501. 55 seats plus  banquet room.  Hillside Family Restaurant Now Open in  Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons Family Dining with .Special Children's  Menu Relaxed country atmosphere and  reasonable prices. Our specialties are  steaks and burgers, homemade soups,  pies and salads, .md entrees. Doily Specials. lake-Out available upon request  Sunday dinner buffet 5:00 - 9:00 pm.  Open Sun - Ihurs, II am ��� 1(1 pm. Fri It  Sat Ham- 11 pm. 886-299.1  The Omega Pine, Sleek and Lobstar House -  With a perfect view of Gibsons Marina,  and a good time atmosphere, the  Omega is a people-watchers paradise.  You'll often see Bruno Gerussi, former  slar ol the Beachcombers, dining here.  Menu includes pizu, pasta, steaks and  seafood. Steaks and seafood are their  specialties. Banquet facilities available.  Very special children's menu. Reservations recommended. Located in Gibsons  Harbour at 281 Gower Point Rd 886-  2268 Open for lunch Mon ��� Fri., 11:30 -  2 TO, dinner daily 4 - 9 pm, Fri & Sat,  '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 - Ihurs., 7 am to 8 pm;  Fri, Sat. k Sun , 7 am to 9 pm 5665  Cowrie Street, Sechelt. RB5-9SI1 Visa at  Mastercard accepted  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Creek House - Intimate dining and l-uro-  pean cuisine in a sophisticated yet casual atmosphere. We serve rack of lamb,  duck, crab, clams, scallops, steaks, also  daily specials. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 885-9321, Open 6 pm. Closed  Mondays k Tuesdays. Visa k Mastercard. 40 scats.  Jolty Roger 'Spectacular waterfront dining in Secret Cove, l.unch and dinner  served seven days a week from 11:00  a.m. - 2:00 a.m. l.unch specials daily.  Dinner menu includes fresh seafood,  chicken, steaks, pasta and pizza with  homemade dough made on the premises. A children's menu is also available.  Join us for Brunch on Sunday from  1000 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. Our Dockside deli  is open weekends only 5:00 a.m. ��� 2:00  p.m. for breakfast and lunch, Fully  licensed. Visa, Mastercard and American Fxpress. Mercer Road, Secret Cove.  Reservations recommended. 885-7184.  The Wharf - Open for breakfast, lunch  and dinner seven days a week. Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets from  every table. Continental cuisine and  seafood at its best. Sunday Brunch from  fl am ��� 2 pm. Fully licensed and air conditioned. Dinner reservations recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285,  Neai China Kitchen ��� Now open IN 11 IF.  GIBSONS PARK Pl.A/A, 1100 HWY,  101 Come enjoy our Gourmet Chinese  Buffet featuring over 16 hot dishes plus  salad bar k dessert Also featuring Iwo  tull service menus including Canadian  Cuisine I unch or Dinner Licensed  premises, dining facilities for meetings,  nanquets and parties Hours Sunday  I bur-lay II Wain 10 pm Friday &  Saturday, 11:30 am 1110 pm, lunch  buffet 1IV am - 2:.T0 pm, dinner buffet  4 .HI r>m - 8:30 pm. For reservations call  886 1028 Visa/Mastercard accepted.  Backeddy Pub - Rnjoy the natural beauty  of jervis Inlet while tasting one of our  many homeslyle specialties in thepub;  or the casual surroundings of our farni  ly restaurant Our "Skookum Burger" is  a challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub located 1/2 mile north  of Fgmont on Maple Road  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub Greet food  every day all day Appetizers and full  menu along with terrific daily specials,  available 'til *> pm every nighl We're  known for our great atmosphere and  gtxxl limes. Sun. - Ihurs. open 'til midnight, Fri. k Sat. open 'til I am Visa,  Mastercard and reservations accepted.  8868171  Irvine's Lending 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 two, $30, We're now  open 7 days a week 11-11 wilh our  kitchen open from 11-10. Pender Harbour, 88.V1I4S, Mastercard k Visa  Fully licensed  Sechelt Legion 1140 - One of the best bargains on the (oast, every Friday night,  arc the fabulous barbequed steak dinners served from 6 to 8 pm for only  $6.75. Dinner includes a 6 oz. top sirloin  sleak served with your choice of baked  potato (with all the garnishes) or delicious ptitato salad. Also included is a  green salad with choke of dressings  and garlic bread, l.unch is served Monday to Priday from 11 am to 2 pm. Daily  specials are featured along wilh a regular menu that includes chicken strips,  burgers and sandwiches Thursday is  Fish it Chips, featuring a full order of  the tastiest fish and chips with cole slaw  for only $4.55 Take out orders available Members and guests welcome.  5591 Wharf Street, Sechell 885-9922  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Im - Located on the waterfront, enjoy the view of Bast Porpoise  Bay. Relax and experience the deck  which is now open for lunch and dinner .Observe the tranquil ducks and  geese or dine by moonlight with a candle at your table. Io savor Ihis superb  dining experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licenced.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday. Lunch 11  am-2pm, Dinner 5 pm. 885-3847.  Chez Philippe at Bonnlsbraok Lodge. Open  for Sunday Brunch. Chef Philippe, formerly of the Roof Restaurant at the  Hotel Vancouver is now at Bonniebrook. We have fine West Coaat cuisine prepared from fresh B.C.  ingredients, an extensive wine list and  expert service, intimate dining in the  Heritage Lodge dining room with a  superb view of the Georgia Strait and  the surrounding shoreline. Watch the  sunset from your table. Take a stroll  along the beach after dinner. Follow  Gower Point Road to Ocean Beach  Rsplanade Reservations recommended  886*2188 Visa, Master-card. Full  licensed. Open 5:30 lo 9:30 pm, 7 days a  week  El Nino - Dine in Ihe finest ocean view  restaurant in Gibsons landing, Savour  the delights of fresh seafood Irom  around the world Our extensive Dinner  Menu includes fresh seafood in our  soup, salad, hot or cold appetizers,  main courses and pastas Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and lamb.  Caesar salad for two and Hamb*  desserts are prepared al your tableside.  Our lunch menu sontains sandwiches  and buyers Sunday buffet brunch is  served from II:M am - 2:30 pm $12.95  Lunch hours: Ihurs thru Mon 11:30 *  2:30. Dinner hours: Wed thru Mon 4:30 -  9 30 CI.OSRD TUESDAYS. Visa and  Mastercard Reservations recommended. 886-3891.  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel - A tranquil view  of Thormanby Islands and Malaspina  Strait set the theme for a beautiful nighl  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 "table d'  bote" Summer hours Monday through  Sunday 8:00- 2:00, 6:00- 10:00. Visa,  Mastercard, American Express. Reservations recommend. 885- 7038  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emie 1 Owen's Drive In ��� Take out, or  dejivery. Pizza, dinners, salads, burgers,  chicken, desserts, drinks, ice cream.  Free home delivery within 4 miles, after  5 pm only, on $i0 minimum orders.  Small charge for orders under $10  Hwy. 101. Gibsons. 886-7813.  ^  Pa^es from a lifelo i  In the  w  leisure  by Peter Trower  footsteps of the Air traders  winter back  leyond Ihe  e must have brough i  wilh ui  lo thai Big Sky land  mountain  or else it had sqen us  coming ���  northern novices bouncing over the  frost heaves!  through Pine Pass ���  and wanted lo givelus a taste  of sub-arctic hospitality  tor weeks Ihe country had flowered  in false II Nino Spring  the usual snow had kept ils distance  Now the weather's Wheel turned  suddenly 1  Heaven's blut) eye  caiei acted oyer  a persnickety wind Hailed down from  the north  the clouds collapsed int > wet whirling  pieces  the world reverted to bl  On that raised road there was no turning off-  we could only shake on through the  shattered day  hammered by upstart gusts and gales -  blinded by freezing confetti  "Maybe we're just a couple of  mistakes  Nature's trying lo white out"  she joke nervously  I imagined God  with a Deity-sized boltle of Liquid  Paper  trying to expunge us  from the smudged pages of history -  somehow  il really wasn't all thai funny  Behind us  an enormous semi bulked out of Ihe  blur-  Mercifully  Ihe road briefly widened -  the truck nudged pasl us -  MON. - SAT.  10 - 6  FRIDAY 10 - 9  GIBSONS PARK PLAZA 886-4830  we hugged its tail like a bird dog -  kept our wheels in its comforting tracks  till we broke all al once from frightening white  into clear daylight  elated recreated  'unerased  Part 3  With this traumatic experience behind us, we  soldier on to Dawson Creek and, once again, veer  north. Something seems wrong wilh the wheels.  We pull off and And them jammed with compacted  snow from Ihe blizzard, already fuming lo ice. I  clean them off as well as I can and we continue.  After a few More miles, we reach the storied  Peace River, first transmontane route of the long-  ago fur traders, ll lies tranquilly in a great natural  basin, bounded by oddly-patterned piebald cliffs on  the far side. Mackenzie and Fraser canoed thai  broad stream as did all the traders and voyageurs  who followed in their wake. We can almost see Ihe  laden boats of the fur brigades, heading downstream to Lake Athabaska and beyond, dwarfed by  these imposing vistas.  We wind downhill to the bridge and cross Ihe  great river. There is an oil-refining community  named Taylor sprawled along the opposite bank.  Fort St. John itself lies several more miles north, a  good distance from the site of the original trading  post. We reach its outer limits before long. A piercingly cold wind is blowing when I get out to phone  the people we have arranged to stay wilh, bul there  is no snow in evidence at all.  Our northern hosts-to-be are college instructors,  Waldo and Ann Dahl, old friends of mine from the  early 1970s. They lived on the Sunshine Coast  then, but later moved to Grand Forks, bought a  large mountaintop farm and ran a free school for  many years.  Eventually, when their four kids were grown,  they decided to  adventure north       and embark on  fresh careers. Both  Waldo and Ann  now teach at  Northern Lights  College. While  they have noi permanently abandoned the south,  their present focus  s on the Peace  River Country.  They have grown  to like Fort St.  John   and  have  bought investment    ���*******"���**"���******������*"���������~"  property there.  After several  attempts, I Anally make contact with Ann. They  hadn't been expecting us till later tonight or tomorrow. She drives out to meet us and guide us to their  home, a cozy duplex on the other side of town.  (The coziness is more than welcome, That bone-  chilling wind is still blowing vigorously.)  Ann picks up Waldo, who has a lale class at the  College and we go for supper at a Chinese restaurant. Back at Ihe duplex. Waldo cracks some of his  excellent homemade wine. Yvonne and Ann retire  shortly but he and I sit up for several convivial  hours rehashing old times. Waldo and Ann are one  of the nicest couples I know. It's great to share  their hospitality after the long journey.  I rise early the next day to find our hosts already  up and diligently marking papers. Exam time is just  around the corner. Both of them have classes that  morning but will return at noon and take us for  lunch with Shirley Bradley, the creative-writing  instructor who has arranged this evening's reading.  I sort through some poems in preparation for the  gig. In due course, Waldo and Ann pick us up. As  we drive to our lunch date, I get my first good perspective on the town.  Fort St. John has an odd, unfinished look. It  sprawls over flat, gully-riven country, several miles  north of the Peace River, occupying an area that  could easily accommodate a much-larger city. It  would obviously like to be a much larger city but a  boom-and-bust economy, based on oil, natural gas  and farming, has left extensive tracts of land within  the town limits, surveyed but undeveloped. The  population has fluctuated wildly over the years.  Fortunes have been made and lost here. It is a  patchwork place waiting for its destiny to catch up  with it again; waiting for the developers to return,  construct entire new neighbourhoods and fill in the  gaps that over-optimism has left.  'A piercingly cold  wind Is blowing  when I get out to  pbone tbe people  we have arranged  to stay with, but  there is no snow in  evidence at all'  ��� *s*#*_���,<��,, ,,>...,  \*f... *��������. ��*�����*���    ������-;  .;.r    t^f ,af*  T- at***..  W-  An abandoned homestead near BridesvUle.  Peter Trower photo  :��������������� ���- r'r.^x- hS-Aam-r ;-,:-'������-.- ���  .;,     .-   -   -.-        ������Mr., in    lilnainal all ���aMiiH.l  yjts.  '���: ',-.'���.>. �� ���-- >>-->-. ;__- >A>> ��%>���-&>'>:*"���.*"*'' ** ���*>���**..*.���������������'��<�� / .- r. > �� a* ,  \J"^** **��� ���* '"��� " ���* *��� '���  ���*"--' Coast News, lune 15, 1992  17  sports  Buy one, get one  Foglietta claims  top derby prize  Block Seven whs transformed into a temporary landing place for  two-to-thrcc dozen horseshoe aficionados June 7, during a  fundraising tournament for the Sechelt arena. Organizers hope  lo hove a second event this July. Joel Johnstone phntu  June 5, 6 and 7 saw 171  ladies participating in the 8th  annual (iibsons RCMP Ladies  Fishing Derby. Ladies from as  far away as Germany, Ontario,  Chilliwack, White Rock, Surrey, and Comox enjoyed a very  pleasant weekend.  A total of ���I.i' salmon were  weighed in, competing for the  many prizes that were donated  by our various businesses and  bought by the derby committee.  This year the ladies were asked  lo weigh in their salmon and  dogfish for sure; and only those  bottom feeder fish (cod, flounders, etc.) lhal were more than  12 inches long, lo preserve our  feeder slock.  The land events were held at  (Iibsons Legion and Friday  night's social evening was a  greal success, the ladies renewing acquaintances and meeting  new friends.  After fishing from 4:30 am  for some, Saturday night all  returned to the legion for the  banquet, dcliciously provided  by Greg Pelula. Entertainment  lhal evening by Ed Hill, our  master of ceremonies, kept  everyone awake and lively and  his auction of mystery gifts sent  over by the Surrey girls who  couldn't attend was fun and a  welcome additional bonus to  our account for donating to the  community.  Additional enterlainment by  three of the ladies' groups was  pendergolf  enjoyed and the judges from the  boal Tontine awarded the two  girls from the Sea Hags', Moira  Clement and Denise Strom, lop  marks and the prize (nice shoes  Moira!).  The Sea Hags and Ross  Lane, their skipper, donated the  prize back to the committee lo  send lo the Sunsliine Coast  Salmon Enhancement Society.  lishing ended al 2 pm Sunday and all returned lo the  legion for awarding of the  prizes. The committee and the  ladies thank our skippers lor  taking us out each year, helping  lo make this event so successful.  The lop three prizes were as follows:  ��� First - Pauline l-'oglietta, 21  pound 8 ounce Spring. Pauline  chose the 8 IIP Evinrude molor  donated by Bruce and Maureen  at Hyak Marine, and also  received Ihe $500 donation in  her name lo (he Sunshine Coasl  Salmon Enhancement Society  donated by Blanc Hagedorn and  SuperValu. Blane Hagedorn, as  winning skipper, received the  committee's gift of a shin and  hat.  ��� Second Carol Matson, 17  pound, 10 ounce Spring. Carol  chose the Reno trip, annually  donated by Maverick Coach  Lines.  ���Third- Ruth Chelsberg, 17  pound, 6 ounce Spring. Ruth  chose the VCR. donated by the  Derby Committee.  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Fl.  3:00 10.6  18    7:10 12.2  TH    2:15 3.1  9:45 15.0  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Time  r  For Skookumchuk Narrows add  1 hi. 40 mln. plua S mln, for each ft. ot rlae  and 7 mln. for each fl. of tall  Tide Tables courtesy of  PRONTO'S  FINE DINING RESTAURANTS  Gibsons ��� 886*8138 Sechelt ��� 885-1919  By Wendy Haddock  The 4th Annual Garden Bay  Pub golf tournament was held  on Sunday May .11 wilh 60 of  Ihe areas finest and a few  imports. Under sunny skies lee  of time was 10 am. The winners  were as follows:  Tie for 1st, Oord McKenzie  & lildy Gandy; KP#3 men,  Gord McKenzie; KP#6 ladies,  l.ynn Waters; longest drive  ladies, Faye Williamson;  longest drive men, Mike Reid.  Mixed Twilight June 1  Isl low gross, Dutch I bullion  & Verna Holland; 2nd low  gross, ("am Montgomery &  June Reeder; 3rd low gross,  P.ldy Gandy & Lois lladdon; Isl  low nel, Len Best & Olive  Montgomery; 2nd low net,  Tom Meld & Hazel C'har-  boneau; 3rd low net, Richard  Frappier & Ed McAllister.  KP#3 ladies, Verna Belland;  KP#3 men, Cam Montgomery;  longest drive #5, Verna Bel-  land; longest drive #7, Hugh  Maginnis; low putts (14), lildy  Gandy'A Lois lladdon; Disaster  -f|pie*4, Annabelle Antilla &  Pele Waycoll.  Senior Mens Day June 2  Thirty-seven senior men  played par points.  1st @ 47 -Bob Richardson  2nd <s> 46 - Wib Slater  3rd @ 42 - Bob Hagar  4th @ 39 - Roy LaFave  5th @ 37 -Dave Dakin, Bobo  & Bill Cameron  FatherVOay Sale  CamilluS  iwrtrut  Daiwa   BWlD��ta*aUtv  Weatherby Class II 300  Winchester Mag     M-One Mooching Reel  Reg. $1070 Reg. $69  $5999  SPECIAL '895      SALE  Selected Ammunition      |<5 y�� Oil  We carry lljjb   BINOCULARS  *>MJr ...Fully Waterproof!  Many Other In-Store Specials, Including  ROD A REEL PACKAGES  _Hemstolk Hunting  VISA  & Fishing Supplies  *       F     885-4090J  5536 Whirl Strmt, ����ch��H  If you're really  serious about  fishing,  COTTRELUS  MARINE SERVICE  has the right fishing  machine for you!  CanaVenture  Freedom  Stop in today 1  MARINE REPAIRS AND UUT  l\\\  accessories MARINE  BOAT HAULING *_,_,_-    .  PRESSURE WASHING tSifO*-.  LOCATED NEXT TO KENMAC AUTO PAR  COTTRELL'S  MARINE SERVICE  886-3005  BOAT ANDRV  STORAGE  LICENSED MARINE  MECHANICS ON DUTY  _j_M_i_MI  warn  tfMi Coast News, lune IS, l*��92  AUTOMOTIVE  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  EXCAVATING  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  lmlusln.,1      AUTOMOTIVE Mann,.   ,  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  I Oh I Hwy, 101, Gibsons, B.C. HHIa-HUII  ^  .  MM    hi   b-la Ml   Mh   hjB    IU-iy  r SUNCOAST TIRE* MtCHAHICAtLTt)    ^   PantgntlXI Impaction FaclWy   J____i__   WL  (604) 885-7576^  Messages 885-5281  Kin EVANS  Construction  II VtaTara hi nWNMnONS . nUUHM ��� RENOVAII0NS  (BEDROCK EXCAVATING LTD.  t Seivice Hookups, Sewer Systems,   ,  fBjf Land Clearing, Diiveways etc.   **J  __Hk��  ���s* experienced operators   ""*�����.  885-4522     885-3768  CENTURY ROCK  Rock Willi Faclngi  Pilioi Ptinlin  885*5910  KALTTIRE  If we sell it...we guarantee it!  5633 Wnait Road, Sechelt ��� 885-7927  V. 8j i IH gMtHSENL V SEHVICi    IH-IH4 J  firr tfar UnrJlillK ft UK ll  Eric's Drywall  gliv IK .1 (.10  ,   88ri-(i()r>2  (Fastrac ���ACKHOC  SEIVICE  ��� SKI-TIC HKLUS  ��� DHAINA .1 DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� watkh LINES Cat 411 4X4  ��� cluuunq     Stow Jonas  HEATING  886-8269  ��� SECHELT RADIATORS   CO l <<iii/>l,-tt' t iintmx System Aa'ai'lia' < ,',i/ra'  VlVka-(".JH V Ka-jil4a'a- V-als   ill'.ii'l ii'arr.'li ilia'iillY'.'N  AITOS WICKS'  IKMK1KS IMll.smu MAMMI  New. IM 8 H, Imili ��� I'nk up A IVI,\rr> 1   ' ' I l" ' ������ ��� '"'  lal'ISC. I|V.\  Arnis.s fruni Sunsliine (IM  Mini ��� Sat  88S-7*��8(.  GSEi     T.A.C.  Electrical & Plumbing  Residential - Commercial  Walei Healers ��� Electric Heat  Conlr.TCtors Lie NO 6644  886-3344 ��� 886-3364  885-3469  886-8053  Land Clearing  Demolition  Stump Removal  Sile Development  Roads Tie **S  Free Eslimales    J&Lot aT EXC A'  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER ' NATl/RAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  Call NOW llt-7111  Showroom.- o73 Pogne Rd. Gibsons        j  ARCHITECTS  r Cuativt Vatayai ya* If*** 1a*UiitdantA{tit*4e  V'Hi'il   III?   ir.ulimi   .lliotlt  youi   .ill  -  Artel so  would  las  .- ���., s_-|  Custom Homti ��� Renovations��� Additions  fejtt . Pttaw call: David Eaton  ���-#Ma__ ' Kevin Ryan  . "������< mm\innm\  t COAST Hambanot tha Architectural  I  ARCHITECTURAL GROUP*��**<"��������&  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  Speclallilng In ell  fypee et reefing  ypet ot rooling  M advartlted  tn yellow page*  tot prompt tarvlea call  aT   ���     . a__r%.    ^*S mW*a ft ��f pWHpt ttrVlet Call  Ijdiumilt H(MM   ooaaaaataa J  Peninsu.la Glass  & Aluminum  706 Hwv. 101, Gibsons  24hr. Commercial Emergency  886-8580  686-8414.  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Lanci Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  tVERGREEN SHEEY MEtAL\  Heating - Ventilation ��� Flashing  Air Conditioning  1010 VENTURE, GIBSONS  CALL 1 - 979-8377 tollfme or 885-4425  FOR ESTIMATES  SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.Fj{vI  GAS ��� PELLET* WOOD      1ES  Complete Sales & Installations  SHOWROOM Opan Tuat.-Sat.  5631 Wharl Rd., MS-TI71  J  CONCRETE SERVICES  A   1,1 III K IK)H< ATSFRVK I  ��� 1 marvallni*  ��� RarliMlliif!       -Oralnafie  ��� IVrmilltliin  ���liinrluaatlt'  ��� lirw Impail & Sdwl land  ���Ri'lalnlns  I iinslrm l��m  (taring  Walls  24 HOI'II  man 886-8538  no*. I22t,  C   SCRVICt  ��. 220-8767  diasoNs nt;..  PROPANE INC.  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. O's  885-2360  Hwy 101. across St.  Irom Big Mac's. Sechelt  DIRECT  DRYWALL  SYSTEMS  Raaldantlal ��� Commercial  ROAHD StEEl SIUDS  ,A,'I flflfi   OfiC7 I BAR  SPHAV OOO-ODOr      CUSIOMCFIUNQS  Ron Hoyden  Gerald R. McConnell  .    (eel) 250*5073  (eel) 644*5767  aam     amm amam-mm m    ge40maaa4aamfam\ ��� _>������__���__  All types of concrete work.  Sidnwalks, driveways, stabs   smooth, broomed,  ������xpusf i iiogn*(Tdli- linishing.  Q-UtrCea��iW.W��rt fOmMMMT^  Bill Jessiman  MINI EXCAVATING  SEPTIC FEILDS ��� BACK FILLING  LANDSCAPING ��� DITCHING  SECHELT B.C. ���885-8948  Licensed & Bonded  PARKYN BAY CONTRACTING LTD.  I.B. WiMWROW  IttMtlriitiiil " Gas liutallattmu &Srrvirt  Res: (604) 588-0707  v^or Toil Free Paner; 1 979-4371  Propane a  Natural Qaa  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  1  Bit or Small We Do Them Oil  G & S DRYWALL  FREE ESTIMATES  For All '{out Drywall Needs  P_j_ Call: 886-9204  All I Mr Willi Ir. An  QIBSONS SfIND  & GRAVEL LTD.  Office: 886-8511  __,"""   Cell: 328-7117  Res: 885-2008  Stark  ning Scr  M J.J. Vinyl Siding  __  3  Soffit*, FAMA, Shutter*  (EI)AR SIDING  Fred Cocker PO Box 15%  a.avr MoHjrc) Sechell, B.C.  Phone 88V 606*; von iAOj  POMFRET  "CONSTRUCTION  Selective Land Clearing ��� Design Consulting  RR2 S41 C5, Qlbsons, B.C. V0N-1V0   Phone: 866 8900  Cleaning Service  Owner Dan Stark  IIOMI     HHI, Zl 17    l.ilis.nis   I  CONSTRUCTION '  Rito��c:ndi.ac  Residrnlial &  'ommtrcial Coitstruclkin  Rr novations  ' Aililitions  y   Laurie Lacovetsky �� 885-2887   J  Swanson's  Ready Mix L-td.   1Hspaiih  . i��� Actounci .     ,      ��� Fax ���,  M5-9686     I 1185*53331   [MMSari  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons Sechelt Pender Harbour  Box 172, 5417 Burnet Hd.. Sechelt  ROOFING  Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial & residential rooling  ESTIMATES 886*2087 eves ou.^mS  D Ready Ml* Concrete  E k.       s,nd  .Na*^     CONCRETt  CRANE  RENTAL  SFCHEU PLANT  8857180  concrete        m.i * ���  ""'i.iil       -  :rete -*!g)MEVH  COAST]  ANT    I  \J StPVINCIHtiVMHINtC  SEPTIC TANKS fiiRSOIJ**. Pi AWT  WELL LINERS ____.,;  CURBS. ETC 800-8174  A. J. CONTRACTING  Roofing * Insulation * Painting  Concrete * Vinyl Siding  C  .CONTOUR  ���_> Quality Supply & Installation  Ceramic Tile, Carpet & Blinds  ,SHOWROOM851 HWY. 101 -GIBSONS- B.C. ��� PH/FAX:88M19L/  SPOT-LESS PAINTING  & WALLPAPERING  ��� Inleilol/Enltrioi FREE ESTIMATES  ��� Pressuie Washtnq ttft*4 Ctfld*)  ��� Speculij Wall Finishes -***'*' ���"��*�����*  v^ Free Eslimates 885-8924;  PETER J. SUGARS  Custom Cabinets  Kitchens ��� Bathrooms ��� Mlllwork  shop 886-8615     ���>    res. 886*2231  AST ENTERPRISES: Conetruetlon Servloe.  Serving rue Coasl Since IMS  'A     -   *$$>>       ��� CUSTOM HOMES  '?' -ftit i"af miTv      ��� ADDITIONS  > RENOVATIONS  uaaaa  t. wono, box m, oiaaONt, a.c. von i vo  Ashword Contracting  "* QUALITY HOME  BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN & DRAFTING   885*6443;  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  X.& Electric "^  For Professional & Courteous Service  MtM27aMWamatkM.il.    fuumm M3-I1H  Ma-Mra Park, I.C. VDN2M      aaaa.la.IMII  If  ymi  writ;  ��� ������IV��M il.tlM)   lllill!,  v<����  ��� '���I  Ik?  ��� <:iiflinc|  .iliont  yuu  i%��II  -   Allll   HO   \ftroilltl  l  ==.:- j  Saetelt  A VII* Store  Furniture Land  Highway 101. Bo. 2549. Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0  Telephone(604)885-5756��� Fan (604)8852756  MANN  -::'"���>'   CM  Residential ��� Ci  CONTRA  f  D&BCRAiNEREaNTAL  Phone: 884-5266  Night: 885-7085  J  SECHELT PRESSURE WASHINQ\  ���Free Estimates  ��� Fully Insured To Do Cedar Roofs   and Vinyl Siding  Caill: John L.iutier Dny or Niqhl  V 885-2612 1  Call 886-2622|Gibsons)  885-3930(Scchelt)  EXCAVATING  8TONLIR - HOOK HEIGHT 65'  15TON UFT - HOOK HEIGHT 80  ThMoftntfthtti  j  4186-7028  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS �� BATHROOMS ���  806-9411  Cellular  644+907  REIVOVATIONS WEST  COMTHACTIMB  Custom Building ��� Remodelling ��� Framing  Foundations ��� Home Repairs ��� General  Contracting ��� Small Jobs Welcome  I BB5-OB91 after 6:00 pm  / BRIAi\ \ENM\ EXCAVATING ^        N  - Septic Fields ���  ��� Drainage ��� Excavation  ��� Water Lines      - Rock Walls  ��� Landscape Construction -  Jr*      THE  RENOVATIONS WITH ^  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL (a RESIDENTIAL  IMPRCWER "!r  LTDt HALFMOON BAV  /PRECISE PAINTING & PLAS+E^\  a AUPham of Drywall  a Complnc Custom PalMina- ,  ��� Fm & Waler Damap  a Journeyman Worlunaiuhip  Neale Vaace  8864)928 t%**ah��laaala*a 8IM1W  ' -:;"- i^?*?.-L"*;;l::iVs^>'r : ���" '' '���ss^S'*r'r&r<*--r.*-r*>?':>  .���><��� ;��� i {.JH3>.>t^'r-'^A-,x- r.i' ** r��.��J5aVa*'!  **..!.,  r>.> J..e.��.m.m. w m. a�� ��� .  ijl*._"_- W- Coast News, |une IS, 1992  I*)  Give the Gift of Life...  Be an Organ Donor  fii  Bntish  CohjlTltjK.1  luinspkii.1  fxjCioty  Provlnct of Ministry of  British Columbia    Forests  J  Sealed Tenders tor ihe Bumei Creek Major Culvert Installation  Contract will be received by the Ministry of Forests at 7077  Duncan Street, Powell River, British Columbia V8A 1W1, until  3:30 pm on June 25. 1992  All enquiiies should be made to Trent Meyer or Glen Allen,  Ministry ol Forests Sunshine Coast Forest District, Powell River  Ollice, phone 485-9831, lax 485-4033.  Contract particulars are available Irom the District Manager,  7077 Duncan Street, Powell River, British Columbia V8A 1W1,  Telephone No 485-9831 or the Sechelt Field Olfice, 1975 Field  Road, Sechelt, British Columbia, VON 3A0, Telephone No. 885-  5174  Tenders must be completed on the form and submitted in the  envelope supplied in accordance with the Conditions of Tender.  No Tender shall be considered which contains any qualifying  clauses whatsoever.  The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted.  Site viewing is considered mandatory and is the responsibility of  the Tenderers.  ephemera  spca news  Cat crisis! The SPCA is swamped under a sudden onslaught of  15 kittens and seven cats! The overload of loveahle furballs Is so  serious there may not be enough room to care for them all! Save  a kitty! Call the SPCA al 885-4771.  maaaamm\ma\aemmmmaaa,aa* a\aaaammam\aam  remewDer wnen  5 YEARS AGO  Chiulcs Merrick, one of Ihe three stalwarts (Ihe other two being  Many Roberts and Hubert livans) who homesleaded near the mouth  uf Roberts (reek passed away.  Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries John Savage cuts Ihe ribbon  al the official Opening of Aquarius Seafarm's Gray Creek llalchery  and is presented with a large sea-farmed salmon,  10 YEARS AGO  Citing falling pulp markets and prices as the prime factors, Canfiir  released a Statement last week announcing lhat the Port Mellon mill  will face closure of .18 working days this year over Iwo separale peri  ods.  The SCRD will In- supporting Ihe Cedar Drove Parent Teacher  Committee's request lo Ihe regional districl office of ihe I'ish and  Wildlife Service for additional staff lo augment ihe Coast's single  lish and wildlife officer.  There was a break and entry at (iibsons Building Supplies, however, Ihe Ihree liaser Valley men were apprehended by police and a  (iHS employee while still inside the store.  15 YEARS AGO  Children in Ihe Porpoise Bay area of Sechell arc alleged lo be sick  as a result of drinking waler into which pcntachlorphinal had seeped  from the power poles. Mayor Nelson, a BC Hydro employee, told  council lie knew of the poison and is reported to have said "It's very  good, ll kills everything."  25 YEARS AGO  The May rainfall ihis year amounted to 1.84 inches, less than half  of the normal amount.  Pender Haibour Secondary School modified its freedom with  responsibility experiments among students..  35 YEARS AGO  I.I). Uirso of Black Ball Perries announces the official opening of  the Langdale lerry Terminal will be held on June 19.  45 YEARS AGO  A copy of an early publication. The Peninsula Eagle dated 1931,  is unearthed by the staff of the Coasl News.  Doreen Doyle is home again in Sechell after undergoing a delicate  heart opeation, Ihe first of its kind performed in BC.  CHANNEL ELEVEN  luivlin.Jiim- I6.IW2 7IMI  Chinook Swim Cluh  I un Meet  Coach DmCmi i-> ihr comment!  tur lor the lull coverage ol thi*. yetr'i  ,nifiii.ti swim meel in-ui nt iIk- < llbu mi  Pool  <MH1  Parliamentary Talkbacl  Harold Neither is (he hoatM I   \  Qordofl Wilson i* the guest.  WedrKsday,June w.mi 7i00  ARABOOI its  From the drama kid*, al Rohefti  Creek t-lenienliiry .  7:45  Work Experience A I ook at the  People,The Programme and ihe Workplace,  Broadcasting student Josh Ibwaley  produced this look ul Ihe S IV Mrj work  experience programme,  RlOO  'Hie Canadian Cable Television  Association Awards lor Excellence,  ttee  Classic Cm Canada **i1  'On [lie Block"  Beginning this week we will be  continuing UieCl.task Can .series hum  Delta Cable 4  9t30  hill to Youi I ocal Qovernmenl  Carol Blahej Is the host, RdSieova  and Dm Ourney ate the guesti  rhunday.Juneia ,mn-M  Coaal Interfailh  Beverly Peters and Maria Kaltio  discuss their irip lo  Western Samoa  7:.*>l��  Stones. Bones 4 Butter Chums  Produce! I BUrel Suko lakes us lor a  look al tools liom (he pasl. Taped on  location al the Gihsons Pioneer MiiH'um  8:15  "I Am A Camera" *l in the  beginning.  MS  State "I ihe Ail... Papier Mache.  bridge corner  ING  APPROVED REINFORCED MEMBRANES  FOR SUNDECKS/ROOFDECKS  ALUMINUM/GLASS RAILINGS  883-2898  ' Motel f, Campsites  ' M.hiiii' Ri-p.ins  S.ill Wnlei Licences  VValPi r.ixi i  Ii.'.iikI l.i'. He 88.1-2261' J  If yoas were; .ulwritismt| lirn-  you'd 1st: ri:aclisic| .iltoiit  yourself - Anil so won 111  t-u��:i ylxxlv  else  /BRIANS ROOFING & ATTIC VENTILATION^  REROOFINO SPECIALISTS ��� LEAK REPAIRS  -LOMANCO- WHIRLYBIRD ATTIC VENTS  ��� KF I- PS YOU" HOM6 COOL IN KUVMF H  ���Pn[VFNlS(^)NL)FNS<MiCNINWiNIEn  BE1B LltXNSFDSlNSunFLl   fREE ES1IMAIES  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  1665-46661  LANDSCAPING  S & G TREE SERVICE  Topping ��� Trimming -Pruning ��� Brush Chipper  V Danger Ttee Removal  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 YearS Experience  885-3897  MARINE SERVICES  UTHERLflND  ���SALES *  -CRVICE  LTD������  BOX 34? Madeira Par*, B C VON ?H0 W3-1IU 2��Hrt.  ROS  iniwM��iav��MMat tOAT TRAILERS  YANMAR NUgnacharie Battertc*  COTTRELLS MARINE SERVICE  &.  mccaneer  Marina or resort Lth  I Healed in Seciel Cove 885-7886  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 VEARS  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K 4 C Thermoglass J,^^ l/^U  Cobra Boals now  ���**���      -* �� *-*"  In-Stock  [outboards  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  STORUGE LOCKERS  GIBSONS: 886-0225   SECHELT: 885-6422  7��t Putt >( IHiai, 6a Site Wmatmt  STIHL  CHAINSAWS  & TRIMMERS  Kill  Y'S  Sales and Service  731 North Road, Gibsons ��� 886-2912  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE^  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posls S I  Chris Napper 886-3468  R.RJ4, S6, C78,  Qlbsons. B.C. VON 1V0  8 Beams _jxy  POOLS & SPAS  PRECISE LEISURE PRODUCTS  PETER WINGFIELO  MiaiT COWAN PT.RD.  ���OWINIIUHD  M7-tMI  Tall Fna II77SMJ  NOllaMfM  RartaatoWalaiTaalia  ���51,000 |.la.  Rarlf, fcivlct, AccwwrL.  by Rudy Notzl  Sorry about the interruption  in Sunshine Coast Bridge Club  games. (The 'real' story is:  'pljfyed it! the Parksville Tournament, when I doubled 7 NT  and put them down three; I got  hit in the eye and had to go lo  Vancouver to get it fixed. If  you don't believe the story,  come and see the one-eyed  wonder in Sechell).  Free Randy Baron's 'No  Trump Bidding' will be presented on Monday, June 15, at  the Senior Citizens Hall in  Sechelt. Everyone is welcome.  The material for the Epson  World Wide Competition is in  and the deadline for registration is Monday, June 15, Call  885-5552 to participate in the  June 20 game.  Sunshine Coast Bridge Club  winners: June 10 - First, Pat  Ashby and Doris llousley; second, Patti Phillips and Kate  Webb; third, B.J. Miller and  Shirley Hugging.  Bridge partnerships in a  marriage: The Do's and  Donl's: Don't play just to  accommodate your spouse.  Don't play if winning is so  important that mistakes generate guilt and anger. Don't play  if it is a competition between  you rather than a partnership.  Do play together if the stability of your relationship can  overcome the inevitable dis-  agreeements at the table. Do  play if you have mutual respect  for each other and lake pride in  working on your partnership.  Do play if you play strictly for  fun.  Coming up: Epson world  wide contest on Saturday, June  20 at the Driftwood Inn,  Sechelt. Deadline for registration is Thursday, June 18 by  phoning 885-5552 any time.  ACBL contest: First, Pal  Ashby; second, Palti Phillips;  and third, B.J. Miller.  A listing in  the classifieds packs a  powerful sales punch!  This Community Television  Schedule Courtesy ol:  SOUTH COAST FORD  '��� ������  I  ������-f.INf '    11)0    -i ^J       *""-"-'  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      Hulli Bulpit 885-5847  Nan Nanson 886-3416      Rosematie Cook 885-5821  "WE'LL KEEP YOU COOL THIS SUMMER"  BAIT AND BLOWN  liNVIKC >NMEN I ALLY FRIENI >LY  CELLULOSE  WIN A TRIP  MAZATLAN  ��886*4741��  TERMINAL  forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  CEDAR -FIR - HEMLOCK  886-7033  :-:'������$ 20  Coast News, lune IS, 1992  , : i  jr>_~,-t   _t_r__.��   ^>   tMc^Wc   Coast News (Monday) Classified Deadline  ^dyjO*   ^  IW*^,ll  __ ,__ -   AA       N����n Fridays  <S^f 4 inserts ��7'Tf ��7��7f ���       Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Property  \rA-ilaV  ��_  StCMELl VILLAGE 5134,000  Gayeous new 4 oorm 3 bath gjs  l/piace. vaulted ceii.ng, ? sioiey  home wlh view All naluial gas.  veiy modein Musi dnve tiv then  phone Io view Excellenl neighbourhood. 5816 Anchor Phone  8853572 ��?6W  WANTED >/��� 3 bedioom house  laige lot. quiel toad, Roberls  Ciltk. Phone 116-1755, lv  mess lor Btlan. TFNi  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation . Reltretnenl  ��� Relocation  FRKK  CATALOQUI  if8f Cownt Si   Bo. 1*19  Sechell B C VON 3A0  815 3*11 �����< 885 2S99  Van  loll Free 684.6016  Waterlront lot. Hallmoon Bfy, low  Dank. Irontage serviced, moorage  8857703 ��25W  Chaster Rd acre treed lol with  1979. 14x70" shingled root.  mobile home. $78,000 1 980  7534. ��25W  Charming home on 6 acres.  Redioolls area.. 1500 sq. It. 3  bdim vaulted ceiling, skylights,  laige deck, naluial selling,  $184,900 885-7492 ��24W  "ACREAGE NEAR SECRET  COVE" Serviced, easy beach  access $67,500.1-224-6180  ss  1    Homes &  Property  Large Lol k Selma Park 3 DOm.  2 balh. 2 l/p. 6 in-law suite  $145.000885 5489 ever.ngs  ss  GAMBIER ISL ANO  1 $116000 Ovei 1 acie ot unique  semi waterfront with 2 bdim.  log cabin, sundeck. shop and  caipoit. 1/2 acie lenced with  gaidens and trull trees. 886-  4917 No agenls please      TFN  2 1/2 ace serviced lot loi sale,  near Secret Cove 224 6180   ss  View lol. waler. hydro. $46,000  lum Chamberirn 6 Cenltal. Gib  sons 986 9049 ss  Stillwater South Powell Rivei  Basemenl home. view, beach.  $98,000 487 9334 ss  New quality bunt home. YMCA  Rd. Langdale. 3 bdrm up ensuite.  soakei lub. angle shower, corner  Sink Mam bathroom combination  Oath/shower unit, 2 bdim downstairs wilh bathroom tub/shower  Large utility loom, rumpus 'oom,  2 car gaiage 885 4616.885 2735  eves ss  Langdale. by owner attiactive  1056 sq It 2 bdim bungalow on  83.163' -nl 690 sq It linished  bsml, 2 FP. inseit in bsml New  double windows and caipet, caipoit and cedar siding extenor  886-9290 #24ss  1/2 acre lol Lohn Rd, Redioolls,  controlled subdivision. $49,500 I-  2289680 ss  Large, view lot. Davis Bay,  approved septic tank, waler.  hydioi 18 ft trailer $67,900 No  agenls. 987-1541 ss  CLASSIFICATIONS  Horn* 6 Property  BIrtha  OMuartea  InMemortam  Thank Vou  Personal  Announcement  Recreation  Weddings 6  Engagements  10. Lost  11. Found  12. Psts 4 Livestock  13. Music  14. Travail  16. Wanted  14. Fna  17. Qaiaoo Sales  14. Barter*Trade  It. Appliances  20. Furniture  21. For Sal*  12. Heavy Equipment  22. Autos  24. Trucks  26. Campers  24. Marina  27. Mobile Homes  f��� Motorcycles  4t. Wanted to Rani  90. Bed snd Breakfast  31. For Rent  32. Commercial for Rent  33. Entertainment  34. Help Wanted  36. Business and Home  Services  34. Work Wanted  37. Child Car*  34. Bueln.es Opportunities  36. Legal  40. Too Late to Classify  DROP O^ YOUB  p�� st News  ��?   aIm Edition  At any of our convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 88.1-2888  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 88.1-9551  In Halfmoon Bay  B*J STORE 885-9415  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 885-9721  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-141X1  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt    THE COAST NEWS  aamam      5521 cmwie sum wiv19 ��i  ���"���    In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (behind Dncksitlr Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  There's always service with a smile when you  place your classifieds at B& J Store our  Friendly People Place in Halfmoon Bay  I,  1    Homes &  Property  48' ��. 330' ol prime low bank  waterfront in Gibsons Harbour  near jibsons Manna House  needs <epair bul could be fixed  up lor recreational or rental use  Property zoned Tounsl Commercial (C-2) Double garage plus  storage shed $189500 Phone  Jenniler I *689 7070 ss  THINKING  OF SELLING  HI  ~  t  ^   ��  V ��� f look at it *i buying or telling.  houiet I bo*, at it as helping people  achmve "tar they want out ol Ma *  HO QUmiON AIOUI IT'**  CAll  KEN SHEARSMITH  8854277  ^-Sl  SHIHNS HEALTT WC.  17IITEK0OST SECHCLT  685-5280  Panorama  Welet view bi 180�� feeing How-  Sound Langdale, gentle tlope.lieed  Appro, dimension 179' N 211'  racing waler Over 1/2 acre  Serviced wilh undergruund power  cableviiion, water, etc.  Contact M. Peppel  (624661 or 666-7MI  Ron and Janet Powell are  pleased to announce the birth ol  Allison Julia, born May 25,1992  weighing 7 pounds, 4 ouncei.  Proud grandparents are Hay and  Linda Powell ol Victoria; Marilyn  Powell ot Prince George and Die*  and Vena Clayton of Sechelt.  Special thanks to Dr. Pace and  Ann-Marie lor a sale delivery and  to the wonderful nurses of St.  Marys. ��4CN  Soames 1 aae view lol. attractive  two bedroom home with lovely  sunfoom, nicely landscaped.  Close lo beach 6 letry $129,500.  886-2182. ss  For sale by Ontario owner, older,  Davis Bay view home. 3 bdrms, 2  balhs, 4 appl., large rec. room.  $129,000 Suile potential 885-  3572. #24cn  1/4 aae lol unobstructed view ol  water/mountains. Only minutes to  Gibsons and lorry in desirable  Woodaeek Paik. $88,500 One ol  the lasl lots lell here. Call 261-  5941 alter 5 pm to view.    #24cn  Pender Harbour semiwaterlront.  3 bdim. split level home. 16*34  shop on 1/2 acre t, Overlooking  Headwater Marina. Perfect lor  boater. Now only $152,000. 883-  9317. ��4cn  By ownei, Pender Harbor 1720  sq. It. house, 1 yr old, 3 bdrm,  wood/propane/eiectric heat. Close  to beach 6 boat launch.  $124,000.883-2172 to view.  #24cn  Lasqueti Island 20 acre organic,  homestead, gardens, orchard,  1400 sq. II. home. $135,000.  Phone 474-5935. ss  Dnnkwatei. Big sisters, Melena  and Jaimee and pioud patents.  Bill and Rdlande are thrilled to  announce the arrival ol their  brothei and son, Colby Lours  William, bom June 10. 1992  weighing 8 pounds. 4 ounces  Ptoud gtandpatents sie Len  Dnnkwatei ol Poit Albetnt and  Louts and Christina LePsge ol  i Gibsons Special thanks to out  dear Inend and coach Jacqutet  OslrOSky Also lhanks tq Dr  Buiiin and the wondetlul nursing  stall A veiy special thanks to  PaPa Lome and Many.     H24CN  EMMA JEAN CONWAY  Jim and Jo Anne ol New West-  minstei lake pleasure m announcing ihe bttth ol their 4 pound. 10  ounce daughiet Emma at 10:34  pm on May 20. 1992 in Grace  Hospital Emma is welcomed by  ptoud grandpaienls Mike snd Kay  Conway ol Burnaby and by  Harold and Jean Jorgenson of  Gibsons Ptoud too is 'Gieat Nan'  Charlotte Luca of Aldergrove.  ���24CN  TYSON- flick 8 Cheryl are  pleased lo announce the airival ol  Ashley Lynn born June 2 al 9:27  am. Weighing 6lbs 12ozs. Grand  patents are Betty 6 Eail Tyson ol  Sechelt and Lynn t Del Deguiie  of Pender Harbour. Special  thanks to Dr. Csirns, Dr. Pae-  takau and the lirst lloor nursing  stall. ��24cn  Family townhouse - 3 bdrms, 1  1/2 bathrooms, 2 yr. old! Lovely  condition. Close to schools, clinic,  bus service > shops $123,500 NO  GST. $40 monthly maintenance..  896-3313 *25W,  3 bdrm basement home, 2 fireplaces, large sundeck on 1.6  acres with 1000 sq. It. workshop  with cement lloor, 9' ceilings t  200 amp service with laige drive  in doors. Close to schools 6 shopping centre. Must be seen to be  appreciated. Phone 886-4859 oi  686-9959. #25W  New, 3 bdrm, 1400 sq. ft. with  mortgage helper down. Tralee  Place. $179,900. Call Craig. 885-  0946. #25W  Redioolls-1700 sq. ft, 3 bdrm, 2  bath, 20x36' in ground pool -  compiele bath house - work shop,  storage shed, 1.2 acres. Fully  landscaped. $229.000.685-3674.  ��26cn  30 aaes on Nelson Island, beach  access, view property. $65,000.  883 2580 lax 883 2119     #26cn  Roberts Creek Half acre, ocean-  side ol highway. 2 bdrm plus studio on psrk like setting. Privste  sale Please No Agents.  $195,000,665-7961.        #26cn  Keats Island  Eastbourne  3 bdtm, lully lumished cabin on  large lot. $49,500. Phone 886-  8076 or 866-2581 #26W  REDUCED 1/2 acre lot #6 Alder-  wood wss $55,000 now $49,900  OBO. 966-1672. #26cn  COMING AUCTION  Taking consignments for household goods, furniture, tools, bikes,  art. eieclncai goods, boats, cars,  elc Foi reservations 885-4501 or  6857618 S24W  MASSAGE THERAPY  David Dressier, R.M.T accepting  appoinlmenlsnow 6663622  ���26W  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  Binoculai Zeiss Ikon S2619012 at  Sechelt watetttont Reward. 885  9634 424CN  Giay and white, spayed lemale  cat Sechelt A special pet.  Reward 665-5462 I24cn  LUEGE: Passed away June 7,  1992, Martin Ernst Lueck, late ol  Garden Bay, BC in his 79th year.  Survived by his loving wile Helen;  one daughlei in Germany; three  grandchildren. No service by  request. Private cremation  arrangements through Devlin  Funeral Home. Thanks to Dr.  Amiel and the second floor nutses  at SI. Mary's Hospitsl. Flowers  gratelully declined; remembrance  donations may be made to St.  Mary's Hospital oi the Cancer  Society. D24CN  Discovery Replies ol Gibsons  Landing, June 1992, on the 200th  anniversary of the original, captained by GeoigeVancouver. Lelt  in grieving memory those citizens  of the Sunshine Coast who dare  to have dreams that lead to reality. Condolences to Joe Befanger  and the original Discovery Project  aew. #26cn  McLEAN-On June 11th, 1992.  Glen Lloyd McLean ol 13109  Claydon Road, Gaiden Bay, BC.  Survived by his loving wife Morel,  2 sons; Michael and his wile  Linda - Rodger and his wife  Dawna; 2 grandchildren Spencer  and Taylor, 2 brothers and 6 sisters and many relatives snd  Iriends, Memorial Seivice, Monday, June 15th, 1992 at 1:00 pm  in Calvary Templo, Kamloops,  BC. Devlin Funeral Home, Gibsons in care ol arrangements. In  lieu of flowers, donations lo the  BC Cancer Fund would be appreciated. #24cn  Landing Unisex now ottering  Sunday opening tanning only  electrolysis Mondays and open  late Thurs. 6 Fri. till 8 pm. Book  now. 6(6-3916 I26W  BROOKS a MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Ben|amin Moore Paints  Environment  FnenillY Pemts     f ^.  in ail My '  Colouts 01 .   '.,y.'  The Rembow     aK      *' V .  Including Grawn \A      J, ^  Bill Wood  SECHELT  21  Bus 885-2923  Res 885*5058  We buy beer bottles and beer  cms, paying 10 ��/doz. 886-  ���031 TFN  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7883,24 hour line.       TFN  LOG ENDS  by container    ,  load  886-7033  Does someone in your family  have a drinking problem? Call Al-  Anon 886-9903, 885-7464, 888-  9059. AlAteen886-2565.    NC  Adult children of Alcoholics or dis-  lunctional families please call  886-3849 oi 885-4622 tor help.  NC  '/  We would like to thank Iriends,  lamily and co-workers who were  so kind upon the death ol our  mom and grandma Dot Rowland.  Special thanks to Kiwanis Care  Home lor the caie and love they  gave mom and the beautilul service they held loi her. Bob,  Jan.Garnet. Scott Rowland *24cn  To the peison that has the wooden blue heron on the beach at  Hallmoon. Please contact  Joanne 885-4032. #24cn  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, do you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Cosst Transition House loi confidential 24 hi.  service. 665-2944. TFN  Local resident ol Sunshine Coast  who enjoys writing letters snd  meeting new people would like a  pen pal. II this sounds like fun,  why not write: RRI1, Site 1,  Comp. 26, Gibsons, BC, VON 1V0  ��25cn  Active retired prolessional engineer interested in nature, animala,  the sea, the arts, ethnic loods  desires for a lasting relationship, a  petite well educated, outgoing  happy lady over 55 to love and  spoil. Must have a keen sense ol  humour, appreciate good living,  wines and spirits and be fiee to  travel. Please reply soon to Box  380, c/o Coast News, Box 460,  Gibsons, BC D24W  Debbie Simpson call Edwin Cop-  pard. ASAP. 9280909.    #25cn  Expert (  repairs and  servicing on all  brands ol sewing  machines.  Singer, Kenmore,  Pfaff, Janome,  Elna, Bernina,  and all makes of  vacuum cleaners.  - Frae Estimates -  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  SEWING MACHINE  & VACUUM CENTRE  Cowrie St., Sechelt  (opposite San!', ct Montreal)  V     885-8843     j  ATTENTION SMALL BUSINESSES! Ask about our FREE letter-  head servlcel CONFIDENTIAL  SECRETARIAL SERVICES 886-  4740. ��26cn  17   Gdrage Sales      II 20   Furniture  Stainless compression sleeve  with lubber rings. 685-9397 ��4cn  Woman's gold wedding band at  Davis Bsy Elementary School  Playground 666-6900      ��24cn  Sunday. June 7 at Home Hatd  wate. Magnetic key holder con-  taming keys. Claim al Coast  News, Gibsons alios.      ��4cn  Childs money box lelt st West  Sechelt Gsrsge Ssle. June 7.  885-2076.  ��24cn  Country Fair  of Halfmoon Bay  July I Oth- 12th  Fair Booth Rentals  are going quickly  $25 - Commercial  $10-Non-Profit  Call 885-3483 to reserve  ALMASKAE  Will be at the Healing Aits Fail at  Rockwood Lodge, Sechelt. June  20th. Psychic readings and  Bach's Flower therapy. For info  phone 886-3224. ��24W  *Uef  Learn to scuba dive. Professional  instructors. Full Padi Certification.  Seasport Scuba 885-9630   TFN  Car Rally  Fri. July I Oth 6:00 pm  Driver & Mavigator Teams  Reception In toiler al Jolly Roger  ENTRY FEE: $12.00  Prereglaler Eunice 685-5160  First Prise $100.00  2nd Prise Boat Rental/  BlUtiaHI i*i"'"e  9.   Weddings &  Engagements  WEDDING VIDEOS  Prolessional packages ��� reason-  able rales. JB Media 886-8747.  #26cn  Baby ducks. Free roosters 683-  2990 ��4cn  Free kittens: Litter trained. Lovable tabbies: Call 885-7906 #26cn  Rhodesian Ridgeback/Golden  Retriever Cross, needs new  home/lots ol TLC. Couple or 1  peison lamily. Call 886-2040.  #24W  Miniature Daschund pups, only 1  left. Pick now, ready June 16.  $325 each. 8869595       ��24cn  I will give permanent home to  gentle Iree pony. 1469 Clovei  Road, Roberls Cieek. 885-2819  ��25W  Baby milk goata lor ssle. $65.  1469 Clover Road. 885-2819.  Ring awhile please. ��25W  HEMLOCK/BALSAM  WOOD SHAVINGS - lor horse  bedding (no cedar). Gibsons  Sand t Gravel, 886-8511 eves.  865-2008. TFN  Beachcomber  Do* Grooming  Bijorjamall-Wedolhemall'  Clip. Bathing a  heaDIp  Csrlfflod Dog fl loonier  886-8191   Kelt, lineman Krom  Shepherd Wolf cross pup, lemale,  3 mos old, has first shots $100  OBO 682-0260 Days. 685-7823  evenings. ��24cn  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then 6 Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716 or Maries Fashions.     NC  Help reduce the pet over-population problem ��� spay or neuter your  pet. NC  3  m  Two keyboard Wizard organ,  $250060.666-7067.       ��24W  Hohner Diatonic Accordian, Italian  style, $50.866-3517.       ��24cn  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  1^  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Will teach beginner, intermediate  clarinet, sax, (lute, voice. 885-  4733, Scott's music        #26cn.  Instruction book lor old strsight  stitch singer sewing machine.  ��99K. 665-9005. ��24W  Top $ paid for military items.  Rifles, bayonets, badges, medals.  886-7591. #29cn  Used water skits, tow ropes etc.  886-2332 #25W  Singer leather weight sewing  machine. Alter 4:00 pm. 886-  2300. 425W  Root racka or car top to lit 77  Granada. 8868660.        *26cn  Tricycles I Wheel toys In good  condition. Toys and gsmes suitable lor pre school age children.  aflftjl77A aa^aaiu  885-0776.  #26W  Multi-family garage sale June 20  at 10 am, no early birds, 1168  Reed Rd., Gibsons.        <24cn  Multi-family sale 3S52 Beach  Ave., Rbts. Ck., June 20 at 10  am. #2401  /  2 lamily. Saluiday. June 13th  9:30 am Lawnmowet. gatden  tods, household items and more.  Rosamund snd Pratt Road t24cn  Yatd Sale, Sunday June 21. 10-  12:30- 694 North. Road. Gib  sons I24cn  18   Battel & Trade  Will uade I985rf/5 hp Mercury  outboard. 25 hours, excellenl con  ditionfplus cssh) lor 15-20 h p  outboaid in equal condition 666.  8558 TFNs  Body woik oi mechanical swap  lor boat. car. truck or WHY. 666-  9475 I24W  FOR TRADE  10' Ruatler camper. Threeway  fridge, stove, oven and luinace.  Seeps six Mind condilion1!  TRADE FOR  17' oi larger boat, molor and il  available trailer. Muat be in the  value range ol $2000 to $4500.  863-9710 27oi  19   Appliances  The* and Horn  fwuuiwie.  Ql  666-4716  3 cushion chesterfield, malching  chair, like new, $350.865-2896.  #25W  Sectional sola hide-abed (biege),  $550 OBO. 866-3067.       #24W  Dimngroom suite w/hutch 6 cabinet. House ol Braemer. $800  OBO. 885-5051. ��25W  One Isrge sofa snd 3 pee. sectional, superior quality, exc. cond.,  $500 takes both. 685-9972. *24W  Teak dinette table with two leaves  i lour chairs. $225.886-0094.  62401  Couch I Love seat. Excellent  corisition. $750.886-3317. ��26cn  5 piece Mediteiranean style bedroom suite, bullet snd hutch; wsll  unit, 3 bsr stools, locking chair,  two twin headboards and bed-  spreads, draperies. 865-3675  Eves. #25cn  Waterbeds, King and Oueen  sizes, sola bed. Phone 665-7594  weekends. #24cn  9 piece Eastern Maple complete  Diningroom aulte. $4,000. 885-  3674. *26cn  Sofa and armchair, $200; 2 love  seats, $100; bdrm. suite, $300;  round table w. 4 oak chaiis, $150;  small standup freezer, $80; exercise bike, $75; propane stove,  $70 W/cytender. 863-1163. #24cn  Antique Singer treadle sewing  machine, $275; antique oak 2  drawer desk. $300 686-3517.  ���Men   Two malching solas, $250; olfice  desk, double pedestal; $75 886-  2664 *24cn  Oueen size waletbed Motionless  maltiess Hesdboaid 16 draw  eis Exc cond $225 OBO 885  5774. ��26cn  Roxton solid maple 50' cesser S  matching minor $165. stereo  speakers 20* high, pan $75. 54'  Solid wood head t loot boa'd >  33' diessei $55' hanging lamp  $25' end table $10 665-7851  ���25W  New, Gibson Upright Heavy Duty  commercial Ireezer. 10.1 cu. It.  1-7141. #26cn  Woodslove, Fishei Mama Bear,  airtight, $300 885 7914     H26W  Inglia washer t GE dryer, exc.  cond., $400/pr. 686-9372.  ��26W  Avocado fridge 4 stove, sell-dean  oven, $200/ea. or $350/pr; old  beer Iridge, $50 686-3410 alt.  5pm. #26W  Used washer - woiking. First $100  lakes. 885-3572. 424  White Danby atove $250; Moffat  dishwasher $150; 14 cu. It. RCA  Ireezer $65.686-4533.     *24cn  Harvest gold dryer, $150; Iridge t  stove, $550 psii. 685-4623. H24W  New, Isrge capacity FF Iridge and  stove, almond; also Admiral  microwave incl., $900 lor set;  Speed Oueen dryer, almond, new  $325 oi $1200 lakes all.coidiess  phone, $60. Moving, must sell.  685-2630. ��24W  Inglis washei, 5 yia old $550. GE  diyr $50. Cheat deep freeze $250.  885-3675 Eves. 426W  Inglis washer and diyer. $300  Pair. 866-3977 leave message.  Men  Electric range, coppertone 30*  good condilion $150, white manual Iridge 16 cu It. good working  condition. 686-9856 leave message. ��25W  Large upright freezer, like* new  $375.885-2544. ��24cn  Kenmore electric range $100,  dishwasher $80, china cabinet  $25,865-5107 after 5pm.  #25cn  Epson 24 pin printer with cable,  brand new, still in box, $275.883-  9078. H25W  Pair P155 80 R13 snowtires, $60;  recond Briggs 3HP lawnmowei,  $60,665-5779. ��25W  Chesterfield. $100: loveseat, $75;  Sklai hideabed, exc. cond.. $350;  maple kitchen auite, $125; Hunk  mount bike rack, $35; 6-diawen  chest, $25; X-counlry skis, $40.  8864690 *25W  FRESH PRAWNS $6/per Ib. 886-  0960. H25W  Sola, 2 chairs, hassock, beige  tweed, $450 886 7902     H25W  Airco Gas furnace Good cond.  $315 8858276 ss  SALE  8' cedar 4x4's, $6 esch. 885-  5031. ss  T 6 S SOIL Topsoil - Bark Mulch -  Mushroom Manure. Phone anytime 885-5669 TFN  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, light weight, eigonomic  design grip belt. $850 OBO. 866-  7097. ss  Float house, 750 sq. ft. one  bdim., piopane appliances, wood  heat, $12,800 OBO 885-1942. ss  SAWDUST Hemlock/Balsam lor  gardening and hoise bedding.  Cedar and bark mulch lor other.  Gibsons Sand i Gravel Ltd. 886  8511 eves 885-2008.        TFN  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  4' PVC solid or peiforated pipe,  $10, ABS 4- $20; 3: $15; 2: $10; 1  1/2', $8, all 10' lengths, will deliver. 886-9033. TFN  CEDAR SHAKES 6 LUMBER,  any size. Will custom cut. 885-  5669 or 685-5601. TFN  6 cyl. Fold maiine diesel, 4 -1  capitol gear $6500. o.b.o., or  trade for tractor plus cash, 886-  9981. ss  USED RAILWAY TIES lor retaining walls.; Unscreened topsoil  $110 load. 666-8204. ss  Firewood a true cord, Itee delivery  in Gibsons. 886-0955.886-7136.  #24  Utility trailer 4x6 Heavy duty.  $300,886-7013. #24  NewHey$5.00/bale  Phone 685-9357  Getting married oi want a beautilul diamond ring for yoursell or  loved one? Ring with I round brilliant diamond (.47 cts.) flanked by  2 marquise diamonds (.12 eta.)  Appi. at $4600. Asking $4250.  Call Val at 865-3295.       D24W  Anything Give us s make t  model # il required, how much  you wanl to spend. Well try out  besl. 886-9033 TFN  Dacor regulator wilh console t  whip $300 OBO 883-2172.  #24cn  Csndy Shop fixtures i equipment,  nacho     machine,     fridge,  microwave, awninga, etc. Call  Laurella Hay.  ���MRS Gibsons Realty Ltd.  886-2277. K4cn  Gardner Denver heavy duty air  compressor, head 150 p.a.i., 2  cyl, 3' bore, 3 1/2" stroke. $450  OBO. 886-9543. 24W  34 boxes kindling i 50 logs (f/p  size) cadwood, best offer takes.  You haul 886-7266.       H24CN  9" Hercus lathe, complete $2,000,  10" Tilt Arbour eaw, complete  $400, Singer knitting mschine, all  accessories, $375. Ofleis considered. 886-3073. #2sw  LUMBER SALE  2x10'-704"inFt.;2x6-30��/un.  Ft. All mill run Douglaa Rr. Gibaona Mobile Saw Service. 886-  3W ��25W  :..'���"..".���".%���*���,���>���"���.���"���.*" ���".   ���   .,.,      .    ���-   ". ;��� -,-jL-.r-7.'.-Jr-... ���   .. ,������-���;���;.-.-.-   -.-a��i<i-^��  ."���.JfcA'/'a  -,'��-/*>/���*,.V r^,j �����.>-��.��. *.��-.'���.>.."' Coast News, June 15, 1992  21  Take Advantage ofotar New Classified Ad Special  Rttn yoitr classified ad 6 times,  and jpayfor only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  MOVING SALE  Boats - 28 It. Febralorm Twin  356*8,40 houis and all new aces.  Command bridge, 290 Volvo legs  Tow sounders, $19,500 or OBO.  24 It Remell 350, 60 houis snd  new aces, haid top, 280 Volvo  legs. Eagle lish tinder snd  sounder $6500 OBO. 13 ft. Fibrs-  glass, Ttout Lake boat with utility  trailer and Viking motoi $500,  Dacca Radai, 46 mile radius all  new ends snd wire $500 Cars -  66 GTO convertible. 400 with 400  turbo trsnny, sll new under carnage, need more woik tot total  restoration $7500. 1987 Grsnd  Pin, sll electnc, one lady owner,  never seen highway. Willing lo  bade loi motoihome. Yamaha  organ $600 and bat 1 stools  $100,686-3426 #24W  DOWN TO EARTH  Top quality batk mulch, topsoil,  mushroom, manuie, delivered or  you pick-up. talso concrete paws.  Ramon. 8857692. ��24cn.  Kid's scooter w/ hand brakes $50;  boys Mickey Mouse Roller skates,  size 2 $20; Small box canopy  $50,685-6160 ��25cn  Samsung electronic cash register,  10 dept., 2 taxes, 4 operatois,  $350,886-3752. I26W  Diamond ring: 1 round brilliant cut  (.45 cits) with six single cut diamonds (.12 crts) appraised  $3592, asking $3350 886 3517.  #24cn  XmW  desk, $150; dishwasher,   sue. cond. Double bed,  i|Wjl64 ��26m  New Norco bushpilot, $250; and  Pinnacle. $385; new 500' coid I"  high pressure wsterline, $250; 1/3  HP jet pump and pressure tank,  $75; 4 new RV trailer tires, Shell  X-1CO F78-15, $200; (4> 2'6,k6,8"  6 Inc.dooi |ama 6 (1) 2o"x6'8" 4  inch door jam, $35 each. 886-  8009. ��26cn  (1) King bed fiame, never used  (cost $135.60), $95; (1) queen  bed fiame, $50; Husk 2100 chain-  ssw, 30' bar, runa well, $250.  896-2513. "26W  Sell propelled rest mower lor the  pertect lawn, $165; cultlvor tiller  replacement cost $2000, bsigsin  $300. Also wanted small dinghy t  crab trap. 885-0898.        ��24cn  Firewood - Alder, $85; Hemlock,  $95; Fll $105. awesome cord ftee  delivery. 886-9372. ��26W  Weedeater ��� New 10" $30, Smith  Corona electric portable typewriter, exc condition $35, complete set of Jenish House Plans  $100,886-9165. *25W  "SELL IT BV AUCTION"  685-7618 or 885-4501  AUCTION NOW  MM  Full louvred rotary mahogony  bilold doors 3/0 x 6/8 $35 esch.  866-9856 leave message. 425W  Compiele 35 mm. Cameia outfit.  Ricoh XR25 zoom. Telehpoto -  macro 2x converter etc. Exc. condition. $575 OBO. 885-5774.  #26cn  10 hp Riding mower. Kabota. 40'  cutting deck. Delsel fueled. 885-  2273. Ask for Carl. Joe to view.  $2500 Parker Sweeper and  extras *26cn  Welder - 12hp Canox 180 needs  some woik $300; will trade for  shop compressor. 2100 Husky  chalnsaw $200 OBO 886-7890  after 6:00pm *26cn  Clarke TB21 commercial Moot  scrubber 6 stnpper. Exc. lor large  stores or mall. Battery operated.  $1900 8859068 SS  22   Heavy  Equipment  Mobile dimension sawmill snd  Hsyes T120 three drum winch.  8868869. #25W  955 CAT loader $10,000 865-  2503 ss  r    BOBCAT &    ^  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments Available  DAY, WEEK. MONTH  886*8538 220-8767  WATCH FOR  * AC'S i  CaiMiDsyCtMiraUon  Sat., July 4  Built in vacuum system. Complete. Top ol the line. Biosn System. Brend new $500 885-5774  ���26cn  Sell-watering container gaidens.  Leave for two weeks while away!  Dianne Sanford. 895-6280. ��24cn  Black ( Decker 19* electric lawn-  mower with rear bag. Good condition. $150.686-7714.       #26cn  Good 6 cyl. AMC motor. $200  OBO. 896-8487.' I26W  Ladies Norco 18 speed mourfcin  bike. $150 OBO. 885-2158.#24cn  Scuba Gear: Regulator, laige wet-  suit, fins, mask $399.885-4064.  #26oi  Loisnce Depth Sounder, set ol  lelthsnded metal woods. 885-  2243. #26cn  British India csrpet 100% wool,  18' x 10'. $150.686-7859. #26cn  '76 Buick Regsl, new tad/tnes.  runs good, $500.686-9539.  ���24W  1981 Ford Fairmont Wagon  107,000 kms, no rust, clean,  Alpine stereo $1900 885-3736 ss  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine slereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  080886-7378 SS  1989 Dodge Omni 36,000 kms.,  P.T. wananty, $4500 OBO. 886-  8922 as  1990 Ford Aerostat, XL 7 passen-  get A-1 condition, $14,900. 886-  8481. ss  '88 Mercury Topaz, like new,  $5500.686-283301886-7464. as  1986 Pontiac 6000 4 dr., 4 cyl.,  auto., PS/PB, power dr. locks,  AC. AM/FM slereo, $4995 OBO.  886-2111 or 886-9018. ss  CASH PAID  For Some Cars And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  866-2020  TFN  j Towing S  \ Old car recycling  : Cash for 82-92 cars  \ and clean runners  : Free IHckup  \ 886-7227   CZT:  1973 Super Beetle. $2500 OBO.  683-9234. SS  1980 Camaio 305 auto., T-Tops,  Rally rims, $2600. 885-7113.  ss  High Performance Engines -  Gss 8 Propane. Ask about our  build II yoursell classes. 866-  9475 Jsck, I27W  CENTERLINE PERFORMANCE  AUTO RESTORATIONS Reasonable Prices 886-9475       ��24W  1979 Datsun 210 wagon, good  running cond., $700 OBO. 885-  5492. ss  1981 Foid Granada as is, $500  OBO. 866-8095. TFNs  1976 New Yorker, A-1 cond., low  mileage $900 OBO 886-9025 ss  Used Camsro T-Top, $495 lor the  set, with covets. 886-9500 anytime, ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound.  $2400060. 885-1943.        SS  1966 MUSTANG Q.T.  Loaded, like new, 25,000 ks. one  owner, a tesl gem $10,500 Firm.  885-2544. as  1988 Ford Tsurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond.  $7,495. 886-7520 or 886-2111. ss  1976 Plymouth sport in exc. cond.  $1200.886-7013. 424  1952 Chev. Belair 2 DR, HT, 235  CID std trans. Restored, rust Iree.  California Car. $8500 885-4716SS  1985 Chev. Sprint. New motor  with no mileage on new motor.  $3500 OBO 885-7697.     #24cn  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  Int/ext., rebuilt engine > transmission. Priced to sell $3850 Call  6668510 after 6:00 pm.        aa  1985 Toyota Tercel 4 dr, h/back.  5 spd, good cond. 106,000 kms.  $3500 Please call after 6:30 pm.  886-9639. *24cn  1981 AMC, auto, good cond. No  rust. $2350 OBO 885-1942.    ss  1977 Volvo DL, rusty, reliable,  new parte. $750 OBO 885-1942.  as  '1981 Ford Escort for parts you  tow. $450.866-6126.        ��24W  1979 Rabbit. Good condition.  Asking $800.686-8165.    #25W  1982 Nissan Stanza, h/b, auto,  ps/pb, cruise $1000.865-5694.  <26cn  1965 Chev Nova - new motor,  painl, brakes, excellent tunning  condition. $4900.8858160. ��25w  1981 Reliant K. Station wagon.  $1,475,685-9299 #25cn  ���COMMUTER SPECIAL" 1985  Ply Tuiismo, Black, AM/FM, sun  tool, 4 cyl, 5 sp, tiansm, lac. alum  mags $200 each. This cai haa  $1000 spent in last yeat on  repaira, complete exhausl, new  clutch, new tad, new It. pada,  must sell Quick. $1900 OBO 686-  6034. ��25W  1971 LandRover - 88 completely  rebuilt $7500 OBO. PTO Avail.  663-2669. ss  1983 Toyota Corolla Wagon. Reliable, good condition. $800 OBO  885-7775. #25cn  For parts Pinlo 1975. International  PU, 66. $250 each. 885-4190 oi  863-2475. ��25W  1986 Escort. Top condition. New  clutch, biakes, muffler and pipe.  Comptesaion exc. AM/FM cass,  good radiais, no lust. 106,000  kms. Service records available.  $2600 OBO. 886-4790 Ol 886-  9147. *25W  1966 MUSTANG OT  New rebuilt 289 4 apeed, good  condition. $5000 OBO 885-5478.  #25W  1984 CRX Honda, gd. cond., 4  speaker stereo, full set winter ties  t Rankin-mags, sunroof, new  clutch t brake's, $5500. 885-  8831. ��26W  1980 Buick Centuiy s/w, gd.  cond., PS/PB, must sell, $1500  OBO. Call Mike 885-7841, 426W  72 Coronet 316 eng., 68,000 org.  miles, one owner, $600.886-  7386. #26W  1990 VW Cabriolet auto, black  with grey Interior, loaded, like  new. 886-4982. 426W  1988 Toyota Tercel, reliable, economical, exc. cond., $5500 OBO.  686-0073. #26W  1970 Nova, 2 di, 6 cyl. auto, good  body, many new paits, runs good.  $700 OBO. 1977 Arrow lastback,  5 apeed, some rust everything  works $250 886-9594.     *26cn  1981 Malibu, tuns but needs body  work. $200.886-8680.     ��26cn  1982 Datsun 280zx $3500 OBO  886-4552. #26cn  GOOD, BAD ( UGLY. '80 Volvo  $2800 OBO; 79 Ford Pick-up  $2000 OBO; '80 Chev Pickup  $1200 OBO. 886-3811.     #26cn  1980 Pinto Hatchback. $300.886-  2512. #26cn  1979 Firebird V6, auto, p/s, pb,  stereo, lady driven, veiy clean  $850,886-7227 #24cn  1961 Chevette, 4 door, auto, exc.  running cond. New tires $750.  886-7227 #24cn  1978 Ford Fairmont, 6 cyl, auto, 4  door, good condition. $750.886-  7227 #24cn  1976 Vovo wagon, 245 DL excel,  cond. Completely rebuilt luel ays-  tern, ps/pb, am/lm cassette, o/d  transmission. $2995 OBO. 885-  6477 #26cn  1978 Plymouth Fury. Excel, oond.  Auto, ps/pb. $500 OBO. 886-  7859. *26cn  1977 Cadillac, needa Iront  bumper. $600.666-2512.   ��26W  1975 Thump TR7, excellent condition, new dual exhaust, radial t/a  low profile tiies. Sacrifice $3600  or tiade up or down tor lamily size  cat or 11 ft. campei. 865-9068. aa  1988 Chev. Cheyenne t/2 ton  pick-up, 4.3 litre V6, PS/PB,  61,000 km., box mat, toolbox,  $8700. 885-2636,885-7413.  aa  1985 Bronco II 4X4, auto., CD  player, gd. cond., $7500 OBO.  Daya 686-9332 aft. 7 eves. 886-  2983. ss  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 885-5102. ss  Various tull size canopies tor  sale. 866-2020. ��24W  1962 GMC S15 Long box, 4 spd.  2.6 Lilre. V6. $2000 OBO. 885-  7578 Eves. ��25  1989 GMC Trscker, 4 wheel  drive, 5 speed. Hardtop. $9000.  886-4599. SS  1981 Fdid F250, 4x4 with rock  box $5500.686-4599. as  1991 Black 4x4, GMC Jimmy.  Absolutley loaded. Excellent condition. Warranty remaining. Must  sell. 665-9561. *26cn  1981 Fotd Fl50 Wtangler custom  PU, V8 auto, PS, mag wheels,  suniool, low kms, 84,000, great  shape. $3500 886-9078.   #24W  1987 Chev S15, boxliner, tape  deck. 65.000 kms, $5600. 885-  396201685-9629. I26W  1982 Chev SIOp/u, 4 speed,  good body 6 mechanical condition $2500 OBO. 8B6-3M1. Alter  5pm. ��25cn  '79 Fotd 12 passenger van, V8  suto good cond. $3295 OBO.  686-75200/685-2111. ss  Ford F250 3/4 ton'dub cab'390 4  speed gtest work truck. Some  lust good power train. $1300 Kim.  686-9449. #24w  1978 Jeep J10 P/U 4X4, good  running condition, new exhauat,  $1100 OBO. Gabe 8858381.  H24W  1986 Toyota cargo van $3000.  665-9886. #25cn  '87 SI 5 Boxliner, tape deck,  85,000 kms., $5600. 865-3962 dr  665-9629. *24W  Ford 4x4, 390 V8 4 speed, dual  exhaust, bait tanks, cass. stkox-  es. exc workhorse. Hesvy duty.  Relisble. 8868593. 424  1977 F250 crewcab, 351 mod.,  auto., P/S, canopy spare motor  and trans, $1600.8868682.  42441  1991Toyota 4x4, extra cab pickup, V6, extras.like new $16,500.  6868180. I25W  '81 Ford 3,4 ton 400, 4 sp., 8000  lbs Wain winch, HD steel box,  clean, $2800 w/winch, $2200  without. Must be seen. 888-7386.  #26W  1981 F1506cyl, aulo, gd. cond.,  $2250 OBO. 883-2228.     426W  1981 Ford F250,4x4,24,000 original kms. Reasonable offers. 885-  5287 *26cn  1986 Bronco 4x4 $6500. 886-  8027. #25W  75 Dodge window van. 318 auto,  good mechanical shape. $500  OBO. 866-9339. *26cn  5 ton truck with Hiab. $5500.686-  0212or 8864903. #26cn  1987 Chevy Astro cargo van, 4.3  litre, 140,000 kms. (Bailiff Seizure.  $5200.294-1941 D24W  Okanagan camper for amall p.u.  propane, stove, fridge, lurnace,  sink, ready logo. $1600. 885-  3848. 424  1991 30' Citation 5th wheel,  loaded, as new, must see. 886-  4982. *26W  1972 VW Safari camper, 3 way  fridge, 2 burner stove, sink, holding tank, 20K on teb. engine, new  lies, bat t steteo, very good condition. $2850.886-3216.    #24cn  1973 Dodge, 3 way fridge, furnace, stove, sink. $4,000 OBO  896-7141. 426oi  23' Prowler, tear bedioom, latge  fridge 6 Ireezer, burner stove 6  oven. Dble sink. 2 doots. Very  dean $5495 or pons, trade for 24'-  26' cabin cruiser. 885-5774.#26cn  1989 Terry 18-5A. 5th wheel bailer, garage stored, like new, dry  weight 2670 lbs. Ideal for compact  low truck. $10,800.863-2260.  ��24cn  1991 Holiday Rambler monitoi  31ft. Deluxe, designer decorated  motor home. Many extras. Only  8,600 miles. $68,000.863-9443  #25W  1988 - 24 It. 5th wheel, as new.  AM/FM cass, TV ant. toolrack,  apare tire kit, elec. jacks, 5th W.  hitch, twin 304LP tanks, bed  spread, $18,500; 1986 FI50 Lariat Explorer, good condition, air  cruise, all options, new tiies,  wired brakea for 5th Wheel,  $9500 or both tor $27,000. 885-  4114  M.V. Blacklist!, 24' Owena, well  appointed large fish deck, Coast  Guard inspected, featuring new  Swann auto, anchoi pkg, new  LMS, 200 w/Loran C, new lenders  t btackets, mooring linea, new  windows, completely relinished  hull and swimgrid, new handrails,  Hush mount Fishon rod holders  (5) FWC 318 Chrysler. $8,000.  885-7977. SS  18 ft. Bellboy hardtop, 120 Merc,  in/outboard.trimtaba, VHF.CB.  soundei. bait tank, lull canvas.  extras.lrailer, $5500 883-9059 ss  Easy Load nailer, bag double axle.  Needs biakes ( wiring, $1350, ir  F/G lunaboul with oais I burlltn  floatation, $650.696-2513. 426W  50 HP Meicuiy outboaid pull  stsrt, cleaned inside, new seals  and gaskets $800 firm. 885-1981,  8857264 ��2*W  1981 20' double Eagle hardtop  200 HP Volvo 260 leg. (H-6), Gibsons Msnna, $17,500.886-2694  ss  Galvanized E Zee loadei boat  trailer, 14-16 It, $500 film. 883-  9078 #25W  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1989-  1990 Evinrudes. Excellent condition. Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.  TFN  "High Performance Engines"  Oas I Propane Ask aboul our  build It yoursell classes. 886-  9475 Jack. 427W  Yesl Theie is s tellable local  propellor lepaii aervice. 865-  5278. TFN  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, vert  last and in top cpndition, surveyed  value $8500, oilers 6 tiades considered 886-2738. ss  1979 27'Bayliner Victoria C/B.  255-280 Leg, new engine, low  hours, lots ol exttas, $24,900  OBO. 463-6919 or 4638959.  ss  18' Davidson sailboat, new main,  new cushions, exc. cond, $3800.  885-9333. SS  27   Mobile Homes    II31   For Rent  "GREAT STARTER HOME'  2 bdim. WD. Indge. slove. dish-  wash lurnace, Itieplace, 8'x40'  addition $15,900 886-3580  ��24cn  HCMEIT MMIH  SURVEYS LTD.  ciitim llll MWTIi I  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M .5.1  M.A.B.Y.C.   ���Maiine  Suiveyors and Consultants!  19 It. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust  manilold. $3500.886-3457.     SS  1989 Yamsha outboard (short  shaft) with new controls Has less  than 50 hrs, asking $2200 OBO.  Call Jane 885-9819.        424W  Will trade 1985/ 7.5 hp Mercury  outboaid, (25 hours) excellent  condition (plus cash) for 15-20 hp  outboard in equal condition. 886-  8558. TFN  12' Boat trailer. $300.885-9268.  #2401  12' Aluminum boat, 4.5 Johnson  motor s fuel tank. $600. 885-  0950. 424  24' Fibeilorm on trailer, Merc leg,  head, Iridge. Galley, depth  sounder, VHF isdio, bait tank, lull  canvaa, dinghy, extra motor,  sleeps six. $15,000.885-0950  #24  Mooiage - Sechelt. 2 dollars per  loot per month  Royal Reach Motet 6 Marina.  685-7844.  'Ask lor the summer special".  #26w  91 Prowler aa new VS Power met-  cruiser FWC view at South Coast  Ford. 885-3281. ss  E.de boat rack 4 loadei $600.  866-9908. #25W  19' aluminum LS boat, rebuilt 440  Cry. 10 hrs, hull exc. cond. many  extras $18,000 OBO. Mike 886-  2751. #25W  20' Custom built, glass over wood  inside 6 out, 7 beam small cabin,  veiy stsble, 65 h Suzuki OB, on  tandem trailer, excellent fishing 6  pleasure boat $4500.885-4099  #25W  10' Aluminum boat $500 OBO  Alter 4:00 886-2300.        #25W  14 It. Sangster comes with 40 hp  Mercury outboaid. Includes nailer  all aet loi lishing. $1500 OBO.  883-9978. 426cn  41' Cruiser home $26500 Phone  685-5374 ��26cn  New depth soundei, 4 inch papei  readout. Transducer, all connections. $350. Zeio clearance lire-  place $95 OBO 294-1941 #24W  27. Mobile Homes  NEW t USED  Good selection on display, open  dally or call for appt. 686-9826.  Homes starting st $22,500 ready  for occupancy, financing avail.  OAC  S.C.M.H. Park, 1413Hwy. 101.  TFN  Reduced to $29,990, 24x52 Double wide moduline, 3 bdrm, 5  appl, Muat be moved by June  30th. 886-9229. #30W  12x52 two bdrm. with large shed,  small deck, exc. cond, priced to  sell fast, $16,900. Csll evenings  6858296. (26W  10' x 56'. 5 appliances, ait conditioning, ceiling fans, teady to  move into Madeita Patk.  $17,500 883-9082 ��25cn  12x66 tenovaled mobile lo be  moved. $21,000 OBO includes  deck, addition, shed. FS. DW. AC.  686-9649. D25W  1973 3 bdim, 12x68 with laige  addition ( deck $25.000.866  By ownei, 12x68 mobile home,  call 886-3039,866-7306.        ss  New Show  HOMES  DELUXE 2 BDRM WITH  FAMILY ROOM  1400sq.lt. includes fridge,  stove, deluxe hutch,  drapes 8 carpets - plus  many other features.  14x70 DELUXE 2 BDRM.  with over $7,000 worth ol  options.  Theso homos are leady for  immediate possession.  AS LOW AS 5% DOWN  with MAP. program OAC.  For inlormation to view,  call Sylvia McLean  886-2597  ONLY6LOTSLEFTI  GREAT STARTER HOME  2 bdrm mobile with addition. New  luinace, f.p. w/d, l/s, dishwasher.  886-3580 or 883-2930.        #24  BRAND NEW 1992  2 bdrm. over $10,000 in options,  asking $54,900. S.C.M.H.Paik.  686-9826. TFN  WHATASTEALI  3 bdrm. front kitchen, good cond,  very clean in t out, asking  $22,500 OBO. S.C.M.H. Park.  866-9826. TFN  Worried about strike. II you put-  chase a new home liom us to go  to coast. We have a fiee strike  plan. For more Information contact Regal Homes. 597-3322 01  886-2597. #24W  "REDUCED"  Bright, immaculate, 3 bdrm, 1248  sq. It. Moduline, Gibsons. 886-  7067. #26W  28. Motorcycles  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc.  cond, garage kept, $7500. 886-  9595. ss  1981 Honda CB650 custom,  immaculate 25,600 original K's,  $1250 OBO, 886-7378, ss  1981 Yamaha 550 VIRAGO hardly used, 8,000 kms, great shape.  $800,886-9076. 424W  29. Wanted to Rent  Urgently needed 2 bdrm tow-  house/condo. Sechelt area lot  long teim. Relocating with  employment by July 1st. Contact  Gaty Swift. 885-5187 days.   424  Responsible single, working  woman seeks sell-contained  cabin/cottage lot reasonable tent,  beginning mid-July, Prefer Pender  Harbour area. Please call Jane  865-3930 (w) or 863-9007 (h)  TFNs  Shaied accomodation 3 bdrm.  house, lower Gibsons, $400.866-  6649 424W  Small house I bdrm. In secluded  spot Roberts Cteek, il possible,  $350 max. 666-7592.       #24W  Responsible, mature, non-smokers need 2 or 3 bedioom house  July 1. Waterlront or view, willing  to lease. Rels. avail. 885-5435.  #24cn  Single parent, 2 teenage sons  need 3 bedroom apartment or 3  bedroom townhouae in Sechelt  area. $850-$1000 month. Call  885-7191 Room 107.       #26cn  Rental property wanted lor minimum ol 2 year lease lor lamily  with new Doublewide. Gibsons -  Roberts Creek area. 886-4853,  886-9183 ask lor Dennis.  #26cn  2 bdrm. suite avail, Immed., lower  Gibsons, large laundiy, yard (  parking, $475. mess. 883-9707.  #24W  W/F Soames Point, 1 mile liom  Langdale - turn wejl maintained  2 bdrm. plus suntoom, deck on  ovei 1/2 aae. Sept 1 to June X,  $650 Responsible with rels. 1 -  263-7900 #25W  1 bdrm. house near Gibsons Marina, $550/mo 886-7381     #25W  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  Don Sutherland ol PEBBLES  REALTY LTO.will support your  Residential. Commercial or industrial investment. Pebbles provides  a lull service PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. Call Pebbles at 6868107 lor details TFN  N/S female prefers same tor  shared accommodation in my  home, $350/mo. North Rd, Gibsons. 866-6095. TFNs  Superb I and 2 bdim. apts, $590,  $695. Opposite Gibsons Manna,  new building, quiet, secure, caipets, blinds, patos, laundry. 886-  3420. #24W  New 2 bdim basement suite in  executive home on acieage. W.  Sechelt, 4 appl. non smokers, no  Pets. Maude responsible people,  rets. Available immediately.  $575/mo* 1/3 utilities. 5248406.  #24  One bedroom in Sechelt home.  Daily or weekly. 8858473. #24cn  NRS  NATIONAL REAL  ESTATE SERVICE  Start  at the  TOP!  STEVE SAWYER  Stwutaut AU 1fau%  PttjUxt* K*uU"  ��� Residential  'Commercial  'Industrial  1 retirement unit  available  .Restrictions apply.  Helorences  required.  Call Steve  Business  Opportunities:  I have a number of  very exciting  business  opportunities  available.  Call Me  We will      ..:... mmmm  ���Screen potential renters  ��� Do moving- In inspection  Arrange tor maintenance &  repairs  > Collect the ront & damage  deposit  ��� Dlspurse tent monies To  owner  ��� Do moving out inspection  FOR LEASE  Approximately BOO to 1300  sq. ft. ol fabulous olfice  space in lower Gibsons  area. Landlord may  provide some leasehold  improvements.  FOR LEASE  LOCATIONI  LOCATIONI  LOCATIONI  Fabulous retail space  immediately adjacent to  Galiano Market, Sechelt  (Bernadette's Galleries).  Perfect location for your  retail business.  Avoid all the'hassles and  problems and lor just a  pittance,  CALL the Property  Management Expert  STEVE SAWYER at  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  British Columbia legislation prohibits advertising which discriminates in the rental of property  For example a peison who  stipulates 'No Children' as a  condilion ol rental would be in  violation ol the Family Status  and the Human Rights Acts. The  landlord who places the advertisement and Ihe newspapei  which publishes it would both be  in contravarrhon ol the legislation  and could have a complaint Med  against them. The Coast News  will therefore no accept such  dtscnminatoiy ads.  Single parent (male amokei) S  year old boy. dog. cats, have 2  tooms in basement, share real  house*util Roberts Cieek Near  beach, store, school. 886-7356 or  1978-3182 #24  Gibsons - 1 bdtm bright, view,  skylights, l/p. cedar $500 6 available July - Aug. Furnished dr long  term unfurnished also 1 bdim  blight baaement $400. Plus.  Arthur. 685-9659. #24W  Deluxe 1 bdrm suite Halfmoon  Bay area. $550 per month. Refs.  required 885-5591. #24  New 2 bdrm. 2 bath, den, 5 appl,  dbl gaiage, panoramic view, near  lerry Avail July fat. $850. 886-  7394. #24  Gibsons 3 bdrm home on  acieage I yeai lease. $725 Avail  July 1.266-1501. 124  Blight, clean, 3 bdrm, top floor,  duplex, upper Gibaona. F/P,  1 Southview aundeck, turn., w/d,  { n/s, no pets. $750 plus utils. 277-  6205 alter 6:00 pm.        #24W  2 bdim house available July 1st.  Selma Paik. $575 p/month. 921-  | 9356 or 250-4216. #25cn  i 2 bdim furniahed w/lionl home  available loi July and Auguat,  Halfmoon Bay. 685-7964 eves.  men  Gibsons Bluff waterliont, large 2  bdrm suite, 274-4662.      #25W  Gibsons - spacious near new 3  bdrm townhouae. 11/2 bath, dishwasher, washer/dryer. Close to  amenities, skylight, carport. References No pets. Avail June 1.  230-4099. #24W  Roomate wanted $300 per month.  Utilitiea included. 885-0713  between 4:3015:30pm    #25cn  Superb view, large bachelor suite  with f/p. Avail June 15, laundry i  pool access $550. Walk to lerry. I  Phone 886-0990 leave message.   I  #25W j  3 bdim, 2 bath house, 5 appl.  Avail July 1 $695 per/mo. 1-731-  6696 Collect. ��25W !  1 bdrm top floor suite near Gib-  sons. $450 per month plus utilities. Avail July 1. Rels. 1-922-  1880 Eves. #25  3 bdrm plus den, view, garden,  parking, hot tub. Hopkins Landing.  $785 pei month. 277-4725 or  886-6206. ��26cn  New, 3 bdrm, t/2 duplex. Ensuite,  1200 sq. ft. with fantastic view.  Call Craig. 885-0948.       #25W  2 bedroom t den. School Road.  Relerences. Heal/cable included.  $625.8864150. TFN  1 bedroom suite W. Sechell N/S.  $475 per month. Utilities and  cable included. 8852362. #26cn  3 level 1500 sq. It. townhouse, 2  bdrms, t 1/2 balhs, 5 appliances,  fireplaces, water, view, private  garden, enclosed garage. 2 miles  to ferry. Asking $850 686-0170.  Joan. #26cn  2 bedioom apattment. Central  Gibsons. Relerences. Heat/cable  induced. $525.866-8150. #TFN  3 bdim houae $850 month ���  utilites Close to mall. Gibsons.  Sunroom, f/p, double carport.  Avail. July 1st. 886-2530. #26cn  Lsrge 1 bedroom self-contained  suite. In modein subdivision. 866-  7581. Avail July 1st #24cn  Available July 1st. 2 bedroom  trailer, 3 appliancea, no ruga.  $375 monlh. Phone 865-4514,  #2601  Garden Bay, clean 3 bedroom  view home, 2 car garage/work-  ahop area, lenced yard, RSF  wood heater, Now available. References. 883-9343. #26cn  2 bdrm. townhouse, 5 tppl.  Sechelt avail. July 1, $700  3 bdim. home, 4 appl. Redrootfa,  avail. July 1. $800.  3 bdrm. 2 bath lurnished, view  townhouse, Secret Cove, avail,  now. $800     1  2 bdrm., Redrooffs, $600, ivaU.  . July 15.  WIS Century West Realty Ltd.,  Property Management. 815-  2211 -Men 22  Coast News, lune 15, 19l)2  Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  "SECHELT VaUAGE"  Duplex - Open lo new Salurdays.  5668 Trident Ave. Sechelt. 11 30-  3.00. new 2 bdim. rancher with 5  appl. w/w. window comings, ac  cuui/hol tub Very dean, no pets,  duplex on latge lenced lot Avail  able immediately $850 per  monlh I 965 2872 ��26cn  1 bdim furnished duplex, single  person only Watetltont Robeits  Creek $375 866 9685     *24cn  Immaculale. 3 bdrm home on  quiet cul de sace in Cedar GVove  Elementary School atea $600 pei  month 865-5717 ��24W  3 bdim house, lull basement, very  close to school/bus $750 pet  monlh Avail July 1st 886 8271  ���26W  WMuy, Dwfy litH  886-3343  Central Sechelt spacious 3 bdrm  top ol duplex $750 pei r6o lease  255-204401885 4045   '  ��26w  Gibsons - Spacious neat new, 3  bdim. 2 1/2 balhs. goutmet  kitchen. 5 appliances, gatage  $850 pet month. 296-5215 426W  Sechelt village ��� 3 bdrm house,  view, lenced yatd. close to all  amenities $850 pei month. Avail  July 1st. 324-1676 ��26W  I bdrm cottage, lurnished, view,  near beach, Sechelt. $500 per  monlh Till October 885-7067  ��26cn  3 bdrm, 1 1/2 baths, lamily room,  lacuz'i lub. Close lo shopping,  Gibsons. No Pels. $800 per  monlh. Avail July 15 686-2781.  Alter 5pm. ��26cn  32  Commercial  for Rent  1165 sq II. retail, Sechelt, three  pnvale ollrces. $780 net.  2000,-10,000 squaie feet, exposure, will build to suit  New ollice space 800-2400 sq. It.  Wilson Cieek, MOOnet  Retail apace New Plaza 900-3000  sq. I114,00 net  32   Commercial  for Rent  .      '-  600 sq ft piolessional olfice  space, giound lloor lots ol park  ing on Fatnham Rd , upper G 0-  sons Call 886-7020 days    TFN  Retail or Ollice Space  For Lease  600 1300 sq It $300 $1100  Seaview Place Hwy 101 Gib  sons Lome I 733 9883 Mane  886 7018 TFN  900 sq II 6 00 tuple nel warehouse space m new Duiicatig Hwy  lOpancyAug 1st 885 9719  ���25W  Watehouse/ollice space Irom  ISOOsq H up Diane 885 2772  ss  Roberls Creek Hall avail. dances.  parlies, weddings Yvonne 886-  7815 TFN  STORAOE  Heated, pallatized, gov!  appioved Len Wray's Transfer  Lid 886 2664 TFN  34   Help Wanted  Sunshine Piopane. Gibsons,  requites lull t part time atten-  dants Tiaming provided send  resumes lo RR��2. Sile 46. Comp.  I. Gibsons. BC VON IVO      #24  POLARIS BOTTLED WATER  requires sales representatives lo  assist Sunshine Coasl distributor.  Box 379. c/o Coasl News, Box  460. Gibsons. BC ��24W  Cook with minimum 3 yis experience Call ot apply in petson.  ChatkOChtk 866 2445     424W  Cooks, waitresses, dish washei  required 3 ys experience lot  cooks Musl be able to woik  undei pressuie, be reliable, well  groomed bondaNe t have a big  sense ol hutnoi Pay $6 $12 pei  hour depending on expenence  Resume and relerences requited  8832269 ��24cn  ROOFING * SWIM  Applicator Neettod  Territory -Sunshine Coast.  Experience And Re/erences  AbSOlutleil NECESSARY  Cllltlord 881**111  34   Help Wanted  S200-J500 WEEKLY  Assemble products at home.  Easyl No selling. You're paid  direct Fully Guaianleed. FREE  24 Houi Recording 801 -379-2985  Copynghl HBC104DH       426W  $40,000/yt! READ BOOKS  and TV Scripts Fill out simple  'like/don't like' lorm EASY! Fun.  relaxing ai home, beach, vacations. Guaranteed paycheck.  FREE 24 Hour Recording 801 ���  379-2905 Copyright HBC104EB.  426W  EARN MONEY Reading books!  $30.000/yr. Income potential,  details 1-805-962-8000. Ext.  CY306. #24W  Assomble light products Irom  home EASY WORK, EXCELLENT PAY! We provide detals 24  houis. (604)623-2360 Ext. #A74.  ���26W  Full caretakeis lor pnvale manna,  Egmont atea, house ptovided,  duties minimal, handyman a plus.  Reply lo Box L, c/o Coast News,  Box 68. Sechelt, BC VON 3A0.  Giant Realty  886-3330  TFN  Ollice, lowei Gibsons, light a heal  ind $175 886-2568. #24  Women in Tiades shop available  lor sublet (Gibsons), July to Sept.  31. Reasonable rent. 886-3807 or  886-8708. #24W  Davis Bay/Wilson Cieek Hall  available, wheelchair facilitiea.  885-275201885-9863.      #32W  Mini-storage units lot rent in Gibsons 24 hi. access. 885-2499  alter 5 pm. #25cn  HELP  The IK SKA SynihliM Gust Blanch  urgently need* a **ry iptx-iW  *nJi i nt ���fi to ci*s(# and coordinate a  fund rflilltn) firm (align al the  coipoiate level IhisrhaNt-ngf caHi  Foi lomeone (possibly recently  tetiied) wiili sales maifcHIng and/ot  public 'elation* back giound, and  uiehil ban in* is conned lona There  are no financial reward* foi thi*  important job, but you will have the  scilislar lum of helping its to neale and  nper it" our own shHIei   and oul  animali will kive you foi it! Please  call Lenore Cheesman,  886-9596  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  The Healing Arts Fairs at  Rockwood Lodge needs  volunteers to assist with  food services on June  20th  A tourist information centre  in Gibsons needs help lor  the summer. Excellent job  experience and training  provided.  JULY 4 t 5TH IS  SECHELT CELEBRATION DAYSI Volunteers  are needed in several  areas 2-3 ht Shifts  Host families are needed  for Japanese exchange  sludents from July 14-  Aug 23. Call us lor more  inlormation.  A Wildlife centie needs  help with garden maintenance Sel your own  hours. - All tools &  materials provided.  For these and more  opportunities contact the  Volunteer and Information  centre at aas-saai  A Setvice funded by Ihe  Ministry ol Social Services  Cruise ship jobs hiring  summer/year round. 1300-1900  weekly. Photographers, tour  guides, casino workers, deck  hands and more. Hawaii,  Caribbean, Bahamas. 1-504-646-  4500 ext. C305.24 hrs., directory  refundable lee #25W  Loid Jim'a Resort Hotel requires  maintenance parsons. 885-7038.  25oi  Part time merchandiser. Must  have own car. $7.55 to start.  Relail experience preferred, car  allowance provided. Send  resumes to: Ouadra Distributors  Ltd, 7470 Bullet Ave, Burnaby,  BC.V5J4S5. Att: K.Kent. #26en  when you  pay for 2  FOR ONE WEEK  In either the Monday  or Wookondor edition  up to IO 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 claaeif led deadline ��� Not available for commercial advertisers \  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Edition Weekender  Noon Friday Noon Tuesdays  Qlbsons 886-2622 Sechelt 885-3930  Business &  Home Services  GROUP HOME MANAGER  An enenjetic and entnusianjc person w* a degree or Optoma and  related experience in the Human  Relations lield is required lo lead  Ihe slall in providing an integrated  iilestyle in the least restnave environment lor Ihiee mentally hand-  capped ladies Must be able to  devlop creative vaned programs  to build community connections  and relationships lot the residents Must have strong commit  ment to the empoweimeni dignity  and rights ol individuals Reply in  witting wilh tesume lo: The  administrator. Sunshine Association lot the Handicapped, Box  1128. Gibaona. BC. VON 1V0.  Closing Date July 3.1992. 426W  Bus Persons and diah washers  needed by laat week of June.  Seaview Gardens - apply within.  Dancing Beat Early Childhood  Centie has position opening for  classroom assistant Starting Sep  tembet. Expenence in an early  childhood centie is an asset. Also  accepting tesumes lor part-time  atudenta, ECe substitutes and  casual wotkersi Send Resumes  by July 15 to Box 55, Fswn Rd,  RR#t, Halfmoon Bay, BC. #26W  ORVWaULFMSHtiO  laige or small, laat. rotable, piolessional Rob Holler 666 3573  ���SI  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS Wallpaper.  painl, carpentry, dialling, tree  eslimales, Relerences avail-  666-J463 TFNs  YOUR FULL  FLOOR COVERINGS I ORt  ' J>*1 '�����* U4 k Taawi, Sat'  FHE ESTIMATE.-���*-����������  caaaumammaimu  jammamamnaj^amaa^  TREES TREE SERVICE  Dangei Tiee Removal, pruning,  limbing 6 topping, shaping, land  dealing, logging. Fully  insured.We buy timber 10 ���'��� discount swots 884-5263(24hi8)  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big ot email,  bonded 6 reliable 664-5324 oi  666-2326. TFN  35   Business &  Home Servti  DO YOU NEED  Lawn/Landscape mamlenance.  weedeating. brushcutttng. tubbish  removal, hedge bumming, window, cleaning, elc. Skip 665-  4522 425w  I EBB Ea filer  JOH MILL SERVICES  Sharpening A Repairs  lo all cutting tools Including  ���Sower Blade* * Chakiiaws  Jatalt Narrtp  iaa_i_a_M_tBP  SAVE PAPER  Yaid maintenance Reasonable  rales. Call M*x or James al 666  0166 w 6666656 I26cn  CONSTRUCTION 4 RENOVATION From plan, it g lo panting  Call foi an estimate Tom  flKhatdson 866 2644      ��6cn  JOURNEYMAN CARPENTER  B Vaicoe lootings, loundattona.  sundecks Reletences available.  M5-7977 I28W  Would you like someone responsible and experienced lo dean  your house? Excellent teleronoss.  Call Lisa 8860055 427cn  Selective logging The way you  want it - Brush cleaning - debris  temoval - yard maintenance 865-  3346 0.685-3670. #26W  Capable woman will woik, gat-  ' denmg housework, childcare  Experienced 8660135 Deborah  ���26cn  Hatd woiking 18 yr. old male  needs woik on bus route, yaid  woik, child cai*. anything.  Andrew 6650999 426w  Concrtl* - Speciahiing In driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, tipos*d  8j___ jjMOW,     TFN*  36   Work Wanted  35   Business &  Home,Services  LIQUID VINYL PAINTING  OR  SOLID VINYL SiDtNQ  RELIABLE, QUALiTY WORK  FOR THE BEST PRICE  685-7616  Whiisllers One Ton Tiuck Service  rubbiah removal, landscaping,  tree removal,, hauling, etc., 7  yeaia experience, fie* estimates.  885-2870. #27W  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Construction, Caipentry Finishing,  Painting. Wallpaper, Drywall. Ste-  Ian Perry 886-3792.        #30cn.  NICK'S PAINTING  Small job specialist. Quality work  guaranteed. 685-6340."    TFN  Computer spreadsheets. Qualified  Instrudor lor Personal or Business Applications. Individual or  group. Phone 8857214. Evo Mar-  con. #24cn  Wills Window Washing. Sr's discount. 885-7733. #24  HOME SHOPPING UNLIMITED  Call tor details ol this convenient service: 866-8324.     #24  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping- Limbing - Danger Tiee  Removal, Insured. Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn pioblems? Gaiden out ol  control? Need tree pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable service. Fully insured. Commeraal 6  residential. References available.  FRED 886-3526. TFN  Creative aeamstress - curtaina,  pillows, dressmaking I alterations. Please call 866-8309.  ���24W  MN EXCAVATOR  Takeuchi TB. 25 reasonable  rates. Seivice hookups, sewer  systems, driveways, etc. Experienced operator. 685-4522 Glen  885-3768 #24cn  CLOCK REPAIRS  DAVID BURGGRAF  685-7228  H.M.S. DISCOVERY PRINTS  NOW AVAILABLE  885-7228  #24W  Does your gaiden need a tune  up? Experienced gardner, lor  quality maintenance. Rob 885-  5308. #25W  Greenstead Const. Framing or  Finishing crew. Available now. For  liee est. 866-0280. #25W  Man with 1 ton truck will do lubbish temoval, demolition, tiee  temoval, hauling, ftee estimates.  Pal 885-2870. #27W  For all youi home impiovementa -  interior, exterior, renovations. You  tell us what you want and we will  deliver. No job too big or too  small. Reasonable ratea. Call us  lor a Iree estimate. 886-8251.  #25W  COOL RUNNINGS  Light hauling, lubbish temoval,  yatd maintenance, tototilling, odd  jobs. 885-3917. TFNs  Lighl moving and hauling, yard  and basement cleanups. Norm  886-9503. #24W  Bob's Painting  20 yis experience, quality workmanship and materials. Satisfaction guaranteed. 885-4604.   #24  B. Varcoe footings, foundations,  sundecks. Relerences available.  885-7977 ��24w  Complete Bobcal Seivices  Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walls ��� Trenching  Landscape Conslruction  Drainage  886-8538  TFN  Will provide homemaking or personal care for the elderly or disabled. Hourly, daily or short teim  live-in basis. Phone 866-4686 to'  more intonation. #24W  Looking lor responsible adult to  look alter my 7 month old in my  home. 886-6632. #25W  Molly Mouse Dsy Csre spsces  available -18 monlha to school  age. Fun-filled eating environment  with early childhood trained stall.  886-3913.       ^-^v        #30  Rainbow preschool, Roberts  Cteek. Now enrolling lor 2 haltday  sessions. Phone Joyce. 886  6096. #25W  Summer child care. 5-10 yieat  olda. Monday - Ftiday. Cedar  Grove References 886 3841  #24cn  Established lamily daycare close  to Cedar Grove School has apace  lor 1 oi 2 more. Debbie 686-34(3.  38   Business  Opportunities  *  V  For Sale/Lease new industrial  building 3700 sq.ft. 3 bays/1800  sq. fl. upper storage space, olfice  rental potential, $24,000 per year,  Barry 886-8204. ss  Excellent investment opportunity.  Older, substantial, commercially  zoom) building in heart of Sechelt.  865-5693. Evenings.        #25W  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  MTISH  COLUMBIA  ANDYUKON  COMMUNITY  NEwspArens 9 c r  ASSOCIATION ���� J D  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear in more than 100 community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THE COAST NEWS AT 886-2622  lor 25  $195""  (3.70 each additional word  AUTOMOTIVE  BUSMESS OPPORTUNITIES  Engines rebuilt tor cars 6  trucks. 6 Cyl. from $995, S  Cyl. from $1095. 5 Year or  100,000 Km limited warranty.  Bond Mechanical 672-0641  8-7 p.m. 7 days.   Toll-free  Mon-Fri 1-800-663-2521.  CANADA ENGINES LTD.  Quality Rebuilt Engines: cars,  light trucks. 6 Cylinder from  $995.,  8  Cylinder Irom  $1095., 5 year, 100,000 Km  ltd. warranty.    7 Days,  (604)580-1050, 1-800-665-  3570.  FOR SALE: Radiator Repair  Shop located in 26'XeO'build-  Ing. Same location for 14  years. High gross & good  clientele $75,000. Includes  Inventory. Phone: 785-3865,  Evenings: 785-7506.  ECOWATER. Think Big, The  Sky's The Limit. Minimum  Income guarantee. Training  provided, own business or direct sates experience an asset. Call Mr. From at 765-  5480.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  BULOMQ SUPPLIES  ADD A LITTLE SPICEI B.C.  College Roommates - Cindy,  Wendy and Usa - have exciting Personal Photos of them -  serves for sale. For discreet  Into write to: Spice, Box 670-  QB,Katalowria,B.C. V1Y7P4.  Adulls only please.  DOORSI WINDOWSI Interior and exterior wood, metal  and French doors, wood windows, skylights. MOREI Cal  collect to WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW In Vancouver  at(604)266-1101.  CAREER OPPORTUNITIES  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  DRUG RAIDSEIZURESI Buy  dirt cheapl   Care, houses,  boats, computers, more. Direct from U.SyCanadian Government!    FREE ILLUS  Expanding Interior Ford Deal -  ershlplsadding one Journeyman Parts Person and one  Service Technician. Resume  to: Coblln Agencies Ltd.,  10680 Bissau Drive, Richmond. B.C. V7A4L3.  TRATED REPORT:   Sel-  zures/bc3, #150-1857 West  4th, Vancouver, B.C.   V6J  IM4.  EXCELLENT FATHER a  SON BUSINESS!   Do you  wantlo: Be your own boss?  Control your own Income?  COMMO EVENTS  June 6 - Inventors and entrepreneurs workshop-Burnaby,  B.C. - Patenting, Licensing,  Marketing, Financing, Product Development and morel  $95 +GST. Cal Hlldred lor  detals 1-800-265-4559.  Live and work under your own  rules? THEN DON'T WAIT  EDUCATION  FOR THENEXT OPPORTUNITY.  DO IT NOWI North  Vancouver Isiand'sONLY established Formal Bartending  Service il tor sale. Offering  you outstanding Growth Potential. Get in on the ground  floor of a rapidly expanding  business situated in the beautiful Comox Valley. AH assets  Included.   Asking $16,000.  For mon Information leave  message at (604)339-0802  or write 604 Prltchard Road,  Comox, B.C. V9N6Z1.  TRAINTOMANAGEanApart-  iiaei-nVCondomla-ilum building.  Manyjobs available. Govem-  merrt licensed home study certification course. Call lor detals: (604)681-5456 ort-BOO-  6654339.  HOW TO PLAY POPULAR  PIANO. New home study  course. Fast, easy method.  Guaranteed! FREE Information. Write: Popular Music,  Studio (131), 103-1054 Ellis,  Kelowna, B.C. V1Y1Z1.  EMPLOYMENT OPP.  HELPWANTEO  DO YOU have a background  in fanning?  Like to travel?  Aged between 18-30? Contact the International Agricultural Exchange Association,  1501 -17 Ave. S.W.Calgary,  ABT2T0E2.  FINANCE  EDITOR required for weekly  newspaper. Experience preferred. Will consider reporters with two years experience. Strong writing, editing,  photography and layout skills  needed. Job demands solid  performance in a two newspaper town. Fax work history  Government Grants a Loans.  Billions of dollars are made  available lo new and existing  B.C. businesses. The Brad  Book can show you how to  get your share.   Call now  (604)753-9424.  ran SALE MISC.  and byllned copy to Publisher,  The Golden Star, Golden,  B.C.   1(604)344-7344.  G.M. Dealership requires experienced painter.   Knowledge ol base coat, clear coat  and Galsurit Paint System  would be an asset.  Phone  Jim at 378-9255 or 378-5856  alter 5 p.m.  OVERSEAS POSITIONS.  Hundreds of top paying positions. All occupations. Free  details.  Overseas Employment Services, Dept. CA,  P.O. Box 460, Town ol Mount  Royal, Quebec. H3P3C7.  MOBILE HOMES  Backhoes 2 14 W.D., 950,  960, 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.  FREEl   20   Westernized  meatless recipes. Delicious,  nutritious and easy to make.  Send $4. for postage and  handling to AD.M., Box 7035,  Depot 4, Victoria, B.C. V9B  4Z2.  EXCLUSIVE SHEEPSKIN  PRODUCTS. Car seat covers, Rugs, Slippers, Baby's  Lambskin etc.   Mall Order  anywhere. 30 Day money-  back guarantee, free catalogue. Call: Shear Comfort  Toll-free 1-800-663-7750.  1037 Pull-type Ball Wagon.  New Holland 1037. Like-new  condilion.  For further information call (403)742-4331.  Box 203, Startler, Alberta T0C  2L0.  QAROEMNQ  PROVINCE OF B.C., Purchasing Commission.   OFFER TOPURCHASE: 26/FT  MOTORHOME. Offers musl  be received on OTP #1422  by the Purchasing Commission, 12135-86lh Ave., Surrey, B.C.   V3W 3H8; fax  (604)660-1871,     phone  (604)660-1922, nollater than  2pm May 29, 1992.   1984  CHEVROLET FRONTIER  MOTORHOME: beige, 26'  long, 146,000/kms. Located  at: 12135-86thAvenue, Surrey, B.C. viewing: May 18th-  May 29th; weekdays 9am-  3pm, weekends by appointment only. For further Information and conditions of sale,  contact: Joe Tymchuk, Purchasing commission, at  (604)660-1922.  PERSONAL  Physician endorsed personal  computer diet. You choose  the foods. You achieve your'  goal. You fly to Hawaii free.  For Free brochure call 1 -800-  775-DIET, Ext. BC100.  The Ultimate Gardener's  Store. 1,000's of Products,  Greenhouses, Hydroponics,  Drip Irrigation. Huge Book  Selection. 60 Page, photo  filled 1992 catalogue $4. refundable on order. 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Trade-  up or Trade-down at Butler  Aulo t. R.V. Centre, DL5333,  Kamloops, B.C. 2405  E.T.C.H. 8-fl Call Now 372-  5518.  SERVICES  Major ICBC and Injun/ claims.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer for  24 years. Call collect:  (604)736-5500. Contingency  fees available. Injured inB.C.  only.   BLANKET ADS  An advertising  'Best Buy'l  --,.:**::::;L- :������.-.. : <..v_.__-_*-j*-**^--"  '��"   ���*��� ������   ��� ������   - T '$*1ftZPnjf*��C at   H;J��rfx ��&*-���'/*���*''  -'jr.g*Tl.t1v*��   **  tr   r   ��� Coast News, lune 15, 1992  23  news  Social values, financial stress hurdles  to women escaping family violence  r DEPENDABLE   AUTO SERVICE  Did you know...  Our BODY SHOP will make  Tour car look Ilk* new  f...**i  |*p  t^-.r-  J  Tha South Cowl a Only  BCAA tUFMVW Shop  tSpaclal conaldarauon lo BCAA mambarsi  by Jane Seyd  Part 3 of 4  From the outside looking in,  it's often hard to understand  why women who are victims of  family violence don't leave their  abusive relationships sooner.  In many cases, there's still an  underlying assumption on the  part of the courts and the general public that if a woman is willing to go back to her husband,  she must be pretty stupid. Either  that, or the assaults can't really  be that bad.  But the dynamics of family  violence ate rarely that simple.  "The reasons they stay go a lot  deeper than that," says Rita  Pelrescu, program co-ordinator  for victim witness services, a  non-profit organization which  works with the RCMP.  Often the victims of family  violence are financially dependent on their husbands, and may  also want to hold the relationship together for the sake of  their children, or because they  feel a responsibility to "work"  on improving the marriage.  Unfortunately, as the BC  Task Force on Family Violence  states, "The pervasiveness of  family and sexual violence is  supported by deeply rooted  social attitudes and values. Traditionally, a husband   has   been  regarded as  the      ____  "head" of the family, with power over  his wife and children, a role which  has been historically supported by  both religious and  legal institutions.  "This tradition  is integral to the  way our society is  organized..." states  the report on family violence. "It lies  behind the reluctance of institutions to intervene in private  family matters, because it is a  man's 'right' to control his family."  Lack of affordable housing,  and available jobs or other  financial help for women and  children on the Coast are also a  deterrent to leaving, says Pelrescu.  "Sometimes the alternatives  are scarier than what they're living with," she says. "What are  the opportunities here for  women? It's pretty slim."  Leaving abusive relationships is also more difficult for  some women because of particular cultural pressures  are statistically much more likely to be victims of assault than  non-natives.  But according to Dell Paul,  family support worker for the  Sechelt Indian Band, the close  knit family relationships which  offer support in native communities can also make it much  harder for women to come forward about abusive relation-  'Sometimes tbe  alternatives are  scarier than what  they're living with'  Legacies like the residential  school system have also made it  more difficult to identify abuse  in the first place, says Paul, both  for victims and abusers.  In such settings, even small  transgressions of the "rules"  would result in "brutal and  physical punishment that  became accepted and normalized," says Paul. "It wasn't normal, but that's what they were  led to believe."  In cases where a man is serious about wanting to change his  behaviour, both the victim assistance program and court system  work with the whole family,  says Petrescu.  To this end, counselling is  often part of the abuser's sentence. But on the Coast, even  that can present problems.  For the most part, affordable  counselling services are still  really   lacking,  says Petrescu.  __^_ While support  groups can be a  help, she says,  most abusers and  victims really  need some type  of private therapy-  "We've got  lots of private  therapists and  counsellors," says  Petrescu, "but  how many people  can afford them?  That's a real concern locally."  Lack of funding also means  that' anger management programs for abusers are likely to  be run inconsistently, and for  relatively limited periods of  time, says Petrescu.  Often courses will run for  eight to ten weeks then stop, she  says, with no guarantees about  when they will start up again.  This kind of situation makes  the effectiveness of such programs limited, since often long-  term programs are needed lo  make a real difference to  behaviour.  Cycles of family violence  need long-term solutions, says  Petrescu, involving money for  For instance, native women     needed services, improvements  Travel InfoCentre seeks  summer volunteers  In response to numerous  requests from tourism operators  and retail businesses, the  Sechelt Chamber of Commerce  is trying to form a volunteer  committee to allow the Travel  InfoCentre to operate seven  days a week from September to  June, in addition to the usual  July and August coverage.  The chamber says visitor  inquiries al the InfoCentre doubled in the last year, and lhat it  is no longer enough lo offer  weekend visitor services during  July and August only.  At present, contract terms for  the Business Information Centre  require staff to be available  from Monday lo Friday. It is  impossible to close the centre at  these times.  The Chamber notes there is  no funding available to hire paid  staff for weekend coverage,  which leaves trained volunteers  as the only option.  A two-day travel counsellors  training course will be provided  by the Chamber in early July,  followed by the Superhost  courses when available. These  courses are requirements of the  Ministry of Tourism for all volunteers in a travel infocentre.  Volunteers who like people,  and who are interested in  tourism, should call the Chamber office at 885-3100 if they  would like to participate.  is, B.C.     ^1  NORTH OAKS  767 North Rd., Gibsons,:  26 Adult Oriented  Single Level Townhomes  1 & 2 Bedroom Units  from  $91,900 - $101,900  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP.  886-4680  VtHrUMW  AUTOMOTIVE  APRIL 1992 "BEST SELLERS" AWARD  BETH PATE & LINDSAY BEYNON  NS-^  (.IIISONS Kl  in general conditions for  women, public awareness, education, and a willingness on the  part of Ihe courts lo take the  issues seriously.  And the sooner these needs  are recognized, the less likely it  is that abusive behaviours will  be passed to another generation.  Michelle Peterson photo  According to report on family  violence, "boys who witness  severe violence are ten times  more likely to engage in violence against wives as adults  than boys who do not."  Says Petrescu, "It's important to tell kids who are living in  these situations that this is not  normal."  DON'T DELAY  CALL US TODAY  PLACE YOUR COAST NEWS OR WEEKENDER  CLASSIFIED AD NOWI  885-3930  WE'LL HAVE YOUR PHONE RINGING OFF THE  HOOK WITH PROSPECTIVE BUYERS!  Coast News Classifieds  886-.2622  885-3930  Sea Cavalcade '92  Crossword Clues  CLUE # 1     2 DOWN 4 ACROSS, 13 DOWN  "Stump ranchers and hand liners would feel at home, Along with many an  interesting tome. We might find keepsakes and hand-me-downs and  treasures as well from their hometowns."  CLUE # 2  14 ACROSS 18 ACROSS  "There's a cairn along the strand where foreign sailors came  to land. Oil Ihe boal and down the ramp, looking lor a summer camp."  CLUE #3 15 DOWN, 7 DOWN, 8 DOWN, 20 DOWN  "In nineteen hundred and thirty lour, t'was only a quarter at the door.  Still in nineteen ninety two, we dance and stomp the whole night thru"  Notice Board  Ongoing events must be updated monthly  Wc reserve the right In edil submissions for brevity  AM submissions should refer lo non-profit events of genuine community interest  Ilems will be listed Ihree weeks prior lo the evenl.  TUESDAY, JUNE 16  Weal Sechelt Community Aasoc. founding  meeting 7:30. North wing of Rockwood Center.  More info. Don Rose 885-2779. 27  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17  The Sunahlne Coatt Home Support Society'*  Annual General Meeting will be held in Ihe  Home Support office, Room 202, 5710 Teredo  Square Sechelt. 26  Sechelt Amnesty International Group #160  Monthly meeting at 7:30pm at the Sechelt  Elementary School in Sechelt.  THURSDAY, JUNE 18  Deatertl Faahlon Show! Special Speakerl  Ladles' Fellowship Night 7:00pm, Bethel Baptist  Church. Contact Marilyn 885-9065 for ticket  Inlormation. 26  SATURDAY, JUNE 20  5th Annual Healing Art* Festival Rockwood  Centre Sechelt. t0-4pm. Bring whole lamily.  Some spaces still available 885-2522 for more  Information. 26  Cameo Singlet Club Pol luck Supper at  Kirkland Centre. 7:00 pm. For more info call  885-5633 or 888-7825. 27  SlrawberryTea and Bake Sale l-3pm at Holy  Family Church Hall. Cowrie Street, Sechelt.  $2.50 at door.  SUNDAY, JUNE 21  12:30 noon The Opening of an Exhibition of  Palntingt by Patricia R. Logic and Patricia L.  Forst will take place at Rockwood Centre, the  north wing. Public welcome. This exhibition will  continue until September. 26  TUESDAY, JUNE 23  Qlbtont Pensioner's Branch #38. Birthday  Tea at Harmony Hall, 3:00 pm all seniors  welcome. 27  FRIDAY, JUNE 26  Qlbtont Pentloner't Branch #36 Pot luck  dinner and card party, 6:00 pm. All seniors  welcome 27.  Artlttt of Harbor Gallery, Madeira Park are  hosting an Opening Reception. 7:30 pm.  Everyone Is welcome. 27  SATURDAY, JUNE 27  Craft Sale at Sechelt Seniors Hall. 10:00 - 2:00  pm. Bake table and refreshments. Everyone  welcome. 27  Sunthlnt Coatt Wildlife Rehabilitation 2nd  Annual Open House. Wine and Cheese. Reg  Dickson entertaining. Noon until dusk. 2nd Trout  Lake Rd Irom Sechelt. Memberships available.  Donations appreciated. Tax receipts Issued.  885-5997. 27  WEDNESDAY, JULY 1  Canada Day Celebrations! 10:30 am  Children's parade. 11:00 am. Official Opening.  Dougall Park, Gibsons. 27  MISCELLANEOUS  Bethel Baptlat Summer Fun. July 6-August  26th. Monday to Friday (ages 6 to 11 yrs old) for  more info please call Tracey Jardine. 885-2454.  27  Tht Parent Tot Drop In In Sechelt and Wilson  Creek is now closed for summer break. Will  reopen in October 1992. The Gibsons Drop In  will remain open til the end of June, on  Wednesday and Friday Only. 9:30 to 11:30 am.  Gibson United Church. For inio call 886-8648 or  885-5881. 26  Sechell Star Starch Auditions lor Sechelt  Celebration Days. Open lo ages 13 to ?1 For  into 885-9091. 26  Chatelech Secondary School Seeking  donated books. Please drop oil at Shadow Box  Gallery. 26  Elphinttont 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 from  Gibsons Post Office. For into 886-8232.       26  Totem Lodge - Everyday is visiting day at  Totem Lodge. Visit Ihe pioneers ot your community. 26  Folk Dancing at Roberts Creek School,  Community Use Room. Even/ Tues 7:00 - 9:00  pm. Fee $3.00 Drop In, everyone welcome. 26  Tht Inter-Active Video Butlnttt Ditc  Program is now available at the Sunshine  Coast Business Development Centre, #205-  5710 Teredo Square, Info 885-1959.. 26  MONDAYS  St. Hilda's �� St Andrew'e Youth Group every  Monday night. All young people welcome. Call  885-6036, lor more into. 26  Seniors' Branch 69, Carpet Bowling, Mondays  1:30 pm. Exercise with Joan Frembd Mons. &  Thursdays-11-12. 26  Overeaten Anonymous 7:30 pm. Holy Family  Church Hall., Sechelt. Phone 885-2108 or 886-  4781 for details. 26  Adult Children of Alcoholic* or  Dytfunctlonal Families meel al St. Mary's  Church Hall In Gibsons, 7:30 - 9. 26  Sunshin* Coatt Breakaway Parents Meeting  for parents concerned about their children's  drug & alcohol use. 807 Kiwanis Way, Gibsons.  7:30 pm. For Info call 886-2423. 26  TUESDAYS  First Tuesday of every month, local art rental ft  tale* at Sunahlne Coaat Art Centre. Open 2-  6pm. Collee served. Original works by Sunshine  Coasl artists for sale or rent; any donations of  unused frames gratefully accepted. 685-5412.26  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic at Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday Irom 7  to 9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment  necessary. 885-7770. 26  3C's Weight Lott Support Group meets  12:45-2:30pm. at the United Church, Glasslord  Rd.Gibsons. Into:686-7159. 26  Adull Children ol Alcoholic* or  Dytfunctlonal Famine* meel al Ihe Action  Centre in Sechell. 7:30 - 9:00pm. 26  FRIDAYS  Unittd Church Thrill Shop in basement ol  church oil Truman Rd., open Fridays, 1 to 3 pm.  26  Glbtont Pensioners Org Branch #38 Tia Chi  at 1:30 and cards at 7:00 pm lor seniors al  Harmony Hall every Friday. Info 886-9619 or  886-9000. 26  SATURDAYS  Youth Drop In Center. Grade 7 and up. Come  and go as you please. 5123 Davis Bay Road.  7:00-11:00pm. 26  SUNDAYS  Tht Sunthine Coatt Stamp Club meet 7:30  pm 1st and 3rd Sunday at Sechell Library.  Phone 885-3381 or 885-7088. Open for all  26  aalaMMraBBMH  ���MM  MMMMi  ���MflBfld 24  Coast News, lune IS, 1992  news  Pender concerns touch on  several aspects of bylaw 337  from page I  In addition lo Concern! about  business and land value, residents were also upset the land  use bylaw was going through  before the results of a recently  released lakes study of the Pender Harbour area had been  addressed by the regional districl.  Dill Hunsche told the hearing  that putting the bylaw through  before the lakes study Implications were discussed was Ihe  "Incorrect order" because "the  land area that's going lo be  affected by this lakes study is  considerable."  Resident! said Ihey were  pleased lhal a Rural Watershed  Protection /one had been  included in the bylaw, bul were  upset lhat il had only been  applied lo one of ihe reservoir  hikes (Garden Hay Lake) in the  area.  Throughout the hearing, residents also repealed iheir  requesls for an Official Community flan for Area A which  would address more general  concerns about the growth of  the community,  "I keep hearing a general  tone of amending Ihe bylaw  alter it's in place," said Ron  Malcolm.  Although the bylaw has been  adjusted to deal with the concerns of individual property  owners, it has not addressed the  larger philosophical concerns of  residents about the direction  Pender Harbour is taking, said  Malcolm.  But McGillivray said waiting  for a community plan would be  impractical. "The Official Community Plan process is probably  going lo take close to five  years," said McGillivray. He  added jusl as many people were  likely to be unhappy about the  results of a Community Plan as  they are about the land use  bylaw, and that delaying Bylaw  337 would make il harder lo get  community plan funding.  Those concerns were also  expressed by several resident!  who supponed the land use  bylaw.  Marge Campbell said Ihe  bylaw is necessary so lhal  neighbouring properly owners  have some restrictions on devel  opmeni And several people said  they had already wailed lung  enough for Ihe bylaw  "Al the rate we're going,  we're not going to gel any  where." said Karen Adams.  Residents also let Ihe region  al board know Ihey weren't  happy about Ihe absence of Area  A director Gordon Wilson,  although Wilson's alternate, Cy  O'laMiy, was al Ihe hearing.  "I cannot believe that director Wilson isn't here," said  Hunsche. "He's the one who's  brought Ihe bylaw ihis far."  Hunsche's comments were  echoed hy several other residents, including Howard White  who said il was "inexcusable  lhat director Wilson isn't here al  ihis final meeiing io answer his  commitments."  McGillivray he couldn't  comment on the issue. "I can't  say anything aboul Wilson," he  said "He's not here."  Bylaw 337 now returns to the  regional board lo be considered  for third reading.  A public meeiing lo discuss  results of Ihe lakes study will he  held in Ihe community hall July  13  SOIL & GRAVEL SUPPLIES  I H AND IHI   IIMIH s  ��� Lawn & Garden Mix  ��� Manure & Bark Mulch  ��� Sand & Gravel  ��� Lava Rock  ��� Concrete Lawn Ornaments  ��� Landscape Fabric - 6' & 12'  widths, any quantity  SEE US FOR THE BESTI  atf$\  Lawn Turf  Now available  fll)  Allan Block  A Mortarless Concrete Block  Retaining Wall System  EASY INSTALLATIONS  VERSATILE  DURABLE 4 STRONG  AFFORDABLE  HOURS: MON ��� SAT 9 AM - 5 PM    CLOSED SUNDAY  B&K  SOILS & L.\\I)S( aim;  632 HOUGH ROAD & HIGHWAY 101 GIBSONS  ll   n MiniSMAir    IAX 88b ()<)2f>  nn im im nn any **gw -.nrw.  Ii.i\i"a��iuilniifiokII,litik^HvTF^N^v!- IP yuwil"*rial*irackn  Go ahead...  Walk all over us.  "I was very pleased with the Quality, Price  and Service at DeVRIES," says Anita Sley of  Silks and Lace.   Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons.  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Available in white,  black, turquoise, emerald,  fuchsia and navy.  Sizes S-M-L-XL  100% Cotton Crewneck  Sweaters  in gnat summer colours. Rag $29.99. Now  S1999.  100% Acrylic Sweaters  Soma with leather trim. Rag $39.99   Only  S1B!  ,99  Cameron James Jeans  Reg $29.99 Only  w.  Workwear World Jeans  Straight Leg or Boot Cut  2 pair   WTI  99  100% Cotton T-shirts  With or without pocket  $799  Only    M       e  Blue Bay 100% Cotton  Casual Pants  Tan ft Black  VSr*.  e WORKWEN?  Ah WORLD  "We're Working  For You''  Locally Owned & Operated  Special  Gower Point Road. Gibsons  (Next to Kens Lucky Dollar)  886-4626  Cowrie Street. Sechelt  885-5858  . 1  ��� i*,aaat&aT*8.S��*r**ttaSal.wM  MfcMMMMIMia

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