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 90.8  ;<orla, 3  C Vgy  "I  1X4  by Penny Fuller  The spraying of the herbicide  'Vision' (also known as Round-  Up) on seven cut blocks above  Roberts Creek and Sechelt is  'totally unacceptable', unreasonable', and 'scandalous',  spokesperson for the appellants,  ���Marie McCartney told an Environment Appeal Board last  Tuesday.  Ministry of Forests representative Mel Scott maintained,  "We want to promote the  growth of crop trees and we're  using a herbicide that's  registered with Agriculture  Canada. And it's allowed for  use in BC only after a review of  the permit application by a  number of provincial agencies."  The hearing was scheduled  after the Sunshine Coast En-  3ard told 'Vision' unacceptable  vironmental Protection Project  and several people residing near  the proposed spray area protested a permit issued to the  Ministry of Forests allowing  them to spray Vision. The permit was issued by the Pesticide  Control Branch.  The main thrust of the appeal  was presented by Sunshine  Coast resident Carole Rubin,  who was one of 10 Canadians  empanelled by the federal  ministries of Health, Welfare  and Environment to identify the  top 50 toxic substances for  review. She is currently national  coordinator of the Canadian  Network Pesticide Review  Caucus.  Rubin told the two-man  panel that Vision is composed  of two basic components: the  active  ingredient  (glyphosate)  and the formulants. In order to  be roistered with Agriculture  Canada, she explained, the  manufacturer (Monsanto) only  had to provide test information  on the active ingredient.  That is less than one half the  formula, she stated.  "It's a real problem in our  registration process. And it's a  real problem in asking Environmental officals, Health  and Welfare officials, and provincial administrators to pass  for uce something that they cannot guarantee or assess the safety of because they don't know  what's in it," she pointed out.  In fact, she informed the  panel, it was only recently, by  accident that information about  the contents of the surfactant  came to light. The surfactant is  added to a herbicide to make it  stick to the vegetation.  In Japan, four doctors from  an emergency medical team  wrote a letter to a prestigious  medical magazine expressing  their concerns about the surfactant used in Vision, which was  found to be three times as toxic  as the active ingredient.  This was discovered when  several people tried to commit  suicide by ingesting the herbicide.  "There were 56 cases of  pesticide poisoning. Nine of the  patients died and it was found  through the autopsies that it  was the surfactant that was the  culprit in these poisonings."  Rubin suggested alternative  brushing methods be used such  as manual clearing. She also  pointed to an experiment being  done  on   Vancouver   Island  where sheep are being grand  through an area and, so far,  successfully grazing away the  undesirable vegetation while  leaving the crop trees intact.  Area D Director Brett  McGillivray was also called as a  witness for the appellants. He  testified both as a government  representative for the area and a  geologist.  McGillivray, throughout his  testimony, emphasized repeatedly that many of the people living in this area had moved to  Roberts Creek specifically to get  away from the poisons used in  the major centres.  Seven years ago, he stated,  MacMillan Bloedel had proposed spraying in the watershed,  but had bowed to public opposition and used the girdling  method   instead,   thereby  avoiding a major confrontation.  He pointed out the Sunshine  Coast Regional District had,  some time ago, declared the  Sunshine Coast a 'Pesticide and  Herbicide Free Zone'. The use  of Vision by the Ministry of  Forests is therefore contrary to  local government policy.  McGillivray also provided the  panel with information about  the geological nature of the  area, explaining that the  teaching prexess is very rapid in  this area which raises added  concerns.  Five streams run through or  near the spray areas. A list obtained through the Water  Management Branch indicated  48 water licences were held in  January 1989 on those streams.  Please turn to page 15  The Sunshine  Published on the Sunshine Coast       25' per copy on newa stands dune 11,1990       Volume 44       Issue 24  Gospel Rock  Coast residents protested the granting of a permit to use herbicides between Sechelt and Roberts Creek last Thursday where  an appeal hearing was beiag held at Ihe Cedars Inn la Gibsons.  -Kcat Sheridan photo  Recycling program too expensive  by Rose Nicholson  After a year of operation, the  Shop Easy recycling program at  Trail Bay Mall in Sechelt has  proved to be a definite success.  Bul success can bring problems. The project has grown to  the point where it is getting to  be more than a private business  can handle and Shop Easy  managers Neil Clayton and  Bruce Morris are looking for  some assistance.  Sechelt aldermen discussed  the matter at last week's council  meeting and have put it in the  hands of three different committees in an effort to come up  with some solutions.  Insurance is the biggest concern facing Clayton and Morris.  They have been told that major  changes will have to be made to  the collection set-up to satisfy  insurance regulations. This  could be a costly item, added on  to an operation that is already  costing between $800 and $900 a  month.  "And those are only direct  costs like wages and transportation," they said. "We don't  count things like our own time  and the money spent in setting it  up in the first place."  Solving day-to-day headaches  is an on-going part of the operation. There is a market in Vancouver for paper, cardboard  and glass, and tin ran be recycled though there is no money in  it. But paper has to be carefully  sorted into specific categories.  Coloured flyers, magazines,  brown paper bags or string in a  batch of newspapers downgrades the whole load and  reduces its value.  "One elastic band or the  wrong kind of paper in a batch  of computer paper drops the  price from $240 a tonne to  zero," said Morris.  The market for plastic is extremely erratic. "One day they  tell us they'll buy it," said Mor  ris, "so we start collecting it.  But when we take it in they no  longer want it. Lots of limes we  just take the plastic to the dump  in Sechelt, bul people might as  well put il in their home garbage."  "There are something like  120 grades of plastics," explained Clayton. "The different  kinds can't be mixed in the  recycling process, and it's very  hard lo identify the various  types.  "I've heard there are plans  for a huge plastics recycling  plant in BC that would be the  biggest   in   North   America,"  Clayton went on, "but that probably won't be ready for quite a  while."  Clayton went on to say that  the volume of plastic going to  the land fill site is not much different than it was 20 years ago,  but because it is not biodegradable, "it will be there forever."  But even the so-called  biodegradable materials do not  rot because of the huge volumes  at the sites.  "There's a perception that  biodegradable is good, so it's all  right to keep dumping it," he  said. "But we need to think  about producing it in the first  place. I see people avoiding the  tetrapak juice containers and  buying bottles instead. I'm hoping they intend to recycle it,  because a glass bottle takes up  far more volume in the land fill  site and will last just as long."  Even on the days when the  headaches threaten to get the  best of them, there are consolations.  "The thing that keeps us going," said Clayton, "is the constant stream of people who keep  saying, '1 think it's a great idea',  'you're doing a good job', 'I  bring all my stuff in now'."  Please turn to page 9  Committee to study  local wharf control  An independent committee is  investigating the feasibility of  turning Pender Harbour's remaining government-run  wharves into community-  managed operations under the  Department of Fisheries and  Oceans' 'Harbour Authority'.  Chief Harbour Authority  Gary Lacey addressed about 45  residents on the matter at a  jointly-sponsored Pender Harbour and Egmont Chamber of  Commerce and Pender Harbour and District Ratepayers  Association meeting last Wednesday evening.  Communities designated as  Harbour Authorities will, under  contract, assume most of the  day-to-day management and  maintenance responsibilities of  wharves and other harbour  facilities in commercial fishing  communities.  The Department of Fisheries  and Oceans says that local Harbour Authorities will eliminate  most of the bureaucratic red  tape that's currently a problem  with running small and remote  harbour facilities, implying that  work would be done quicker  and cheaper (local Harbour  Authorities cu hire local contractors for repairs and  maintenance).  Important points of the proposed agreement include:  The Harbour Authority would  consist of a board made up of  residents; The board would  employ one manager; The  federal government would  maintain responsibility for large  repairs; The Harbour Authority  would control all revenues from  boat moorage and any other  sources it might have; The harbour facility is expected to run  on a non-profit basis.  The committee, comprised of  commercial fishermen Les and  Carrie Fowler and Ray Phillips,  Pender Harbour and Egmont  Chamber of Commerce  members Ab Haddock and Rob  Koemg, and Pender Harbour  and District Ratepayers  Association members Joe Harrison and Frank White, will  begin their study in October.  New by-law  introduced  The controversial development of Gospel Rock and surrounding area re-surfaced at  Gibsons Council on Tuesday,  June 5.  After a series of public hearings, council passed By-law  555-28 on May 15 granting rezoning to Valentine Lands,  represented by developer  Hayden Killam.  The by-law was promptly  challenged by a group known as  the Friends of Gospel Rock who  allege a series of irregularities in  the process leading to the  passage of the by-law. That  court challenge is due to be  heard in the Supreme Court of  British Columbia on June 14.  At the June 5 meeting of Gibsons Council, Alderman John  Reynolds introduced By-law  555-43 concerning the Gospel  Rock development. By-law  555-43 is identical to the  challenged by-law, 555-28, except that it seeks to declare Bylaw 555-28 to be repealed.  Questioned by the Coast  News about his intent in bringing forward a by-law identical  to one being challenged in  court, Alderman Reynolds  stated his intention was to 'clean  up' the process and pass the  desired by-law without 'undue  delay'.  He specified that the failure  of the town to inform those  who live within a designated  area in the vicinity of the affected area is one aspect that  should be changed. Council had  not individually informed those  neighbours to the project who  live in regional Area E.  Secondly, he noted the apparent conflict of interest  acknowledged by Alderman  Collins who participated in the  first part of the process for Bylaw 555-28. Passing an identical  by-law without Collins' participation would make the bylaw acceptable in the view of  Alderman Reynolds.  His introduction of By-law  55543 caught some members of  council by surprise. Aldermen  Dixon and Kunstler refused to  support first and second  readings for By-law 555-43  ���because they had not seen it  prior to the meeting of June 5.  Mayor Strom voted with  Reynolds to create a deadlock.  It is believed that first and second readings of By-law 55543  will be considered at a special  meeting of council on June 12  following the regularly scheduled planning meeting. The  special meeting had been called  previously to consider a proposal for a hotel in Gibsons  Harbour.  Friends of Gospel Rock point  out that there were eight alleged  irregularities in their petition  against By-law 555-28. A  spokesman doubted that their  concerns would be satisfied with  the two changes in approach  suggested by Alderman  Reynolds.  At the time of going to press,  the challenged By-law 555-28 remains in effect.  Majestic Pipeline had to drill under the highway at Secret Cove  to carry on Ihe laying of pipe. -am Cook photo  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945 ��� 2.  Coast News. June 11.1990  Council haste  It is customary when a case has gone before the courts  for all concerned to leave well enough alone until the court  has passed judgement, lt is a custom founded in fundamental good sense.  It was with some astonishment, therefore, that one  learned that Alderman John Reynolds had proposed first  and second readings, supported by Mayor Diane Strom,  for a by-law essentially identical to the one upon which the  BC Supreme Court is scheduled to adjudicate on June 14.  What on earth is so desperately urgent here that  Reynolds and Strom feel that they cannot wait nine days to  grt the court case out of the way before tailing action on  Gospel Rock?  Aldermen Lilian Kunstler and Gerry Dixon correctly  objected to being asked to vote on a by-law that they had  not seen before arriving at the council chamber for the  June 5 meeting. Ai\ concerned should considerr carefully at  this point whether they really want to proceed on the matter ebefore the court releases its findings.  To this non-expert on matters legal, it would seem that  in proposing a by-law identical to one bang legally  .challenged before the legal appeal is heard is skating  dangerously dose to contempt of court. And, again, why  is this precipitate action necessary? John Burnii<lt  Time to heal  The cartoon on this page says it all, in our view. The  country may just have, though it is yet by no means certain, staggered intact from the most recent round of constitutional tinkering.  For Canada's sake, may we hope that we will be spared  for a while now any more Prime Ministers who seek to ensure their place in the history books. This country neeeds  caretakers and healers more than it needs ego-driven visionaries.  Correction  Recently we editorialized on Gibsons Council's attempt  to raise their development cost charges to a level they were  at three years ago.  We said that only Alderman Ken Collins was not a  member of the council at the time the charges were  lowered. e\lderman Reynolds points out the charges went  down in October 1987 and that he did not take office until  December of that year. We stand correxted.  ,  5 YEARS AGO  The Board of Trustees of School District 46 entered  the debate over teaching 'creationism' in school on the  jiunshine Coast. Brian Butcher and Rick Andrews made  presentations to the June 11 meeting of the board and  requested that the curriculum be balanced to include  the Biblical theory of creation as welt as the scientific  tcJjg&Vy of wolUtHn. n  BC Ferries has donated a mobile trailer to the Sechelt  Food Band to be located on space donated by the  regional district. The food bank has been shut down lor  a month while seeking new accommodations. It will  open its doors in July.  10 YEARS AQO  Pender Harbour Seondary School has received the  report from the team responsible for assessing the  school's status - a report which is very complimentary  to both staff and community and which gives the school  accreditation lor the next three years.  Sechelt Indian Band Chief Calvin Craigan advised the  planning committee of the regional board Thursday  night that the Band's architects have been told to go  ahead with plans lor the multi-use facility proposed for  the old residential school site.  20 YEARS AQO  Word has been received that a liquor store will open in  Madeira Park on June 26.  The school board, having to vacate its BC Tel office  space, returns to the upper floor of the Land Block in  Lower Gibsons.  Elphinstone school publication, Glad Rag, passes  away peacefully after 18 years of existence.  30 YEARS AQO  Orville Shogan lands a 34.6 pound salmon in the  channel between Keats Island and Gibsons.  Port Mellon's CFP mill plans an expansion to cost in  the vicinity of $700,000.  40 YEARS AQO  A move has got underway by the Anglican Church to  turn Dougal Park over to the Kinsmen Club.  A meeting is called in Gibsons for the purpose of  defining a policy for maintaining Seaview Cemetery.  Land taxes tor the property belonging to the Sunshine  Coast News were $9.50.  The Sunshine  COAtt tiff  F.Mi.h.d by GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Editor: Penny Fuller Advottlolaa  Kent Sheridan Mir: Fran Burneide  Jeff Carpenter John Glltwfl  Prodeacrloei Mir: Jane Stuart Michael McAllnden  Jackie Phdan      Olfice Mir:  Anne Thomien  KlSSES". Dee Gram  e^nnte McHrfley mt ���  Brian McAndrew  BID Rosen  The SUNSHINE COAST NEWS Is a locally owned newspaper,  published on the Sunshine Coast, BC every Monday by QlMiford  Preti Ltd., Box 460, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0. Gibsons Tel. 886-2622 or  886-7817; Sechelt Tel. 885-3930; Pender Harbour Tel. 883-9069; Gibsons Fax Tel. 886-7725. Second Class Mail Registration No. 4702.  The Sunshine COAST NEWS is protected by copyright and reproduction ol any part of it by any means is prohibited unless permission in  writing is first secured Irom QlanlorrJ Prate Ltd., holders of the  copyright SUBSCRIPTION HATES  Canada: 1 ytar %K; 8 months 120; Foreign; 1 year $40  Canada comes out .'���  ite* Winner.  ^��jrf&7��w  Shadow in  Early in May we took a trip  for a few days down '.to  Ashland, the beautiful little  town in Central Oregon just  north of the California border.  It was the first time we had seen  that gem of the north-western  Unites! States in the springtime  and we basked in the heat.of  75-80 degree temperatures  amidst a splendour of flowering  trees which put the most colourful parts of Mexico to the  challenge.  By early May the Ashland  Shakespearean Festival is into  its third month and the little  town bustles with visiuirs.jif  bustling can be reconciled w|th  such a serene setting. The main  Shakespearean outdoor sragft  seating 1200, does not open uri-  til mid-June but there were  plays at the Angus Bowmer  Theatre, which seats 650. and at  the Black Swan, a modest space  seating 250.  We saw, in order, a well-  performed but forgettable piece  called the House of Blue Leaves  at the Bowmer; a beautifully  wrought little gem of a play, exquisitely performed. The Voice  of the Prairies; an infuriating  self-indulgent parody of The  Merry Wiv�� of Windsor (why  will directors try to grt too  cute); a poetic and memorable  performance of Ibsen's masterpiece, Perr Gym; and, the subject of this piece, a compelling  and stark theatrical docu-drama  entitled God's Country which  was as disturbing and even  frightening as it was brilliantly  presented.  God's Country presents the  contemporary story of the white  supremacists who seek to make  the five states in the northwest  of the United States into the  new home of the Aryan race.  The script was taken entirely  from the writings of the  numerous groups who subscribe  to this theory, from the court  trials involving their members,  and from the public record  generally.  This is no story of evil in an  exotic foreign setting. The  leader of the group central to  God's Country, died in the fiery  inferno which his house became  when police dropped a flare onto it eventually igniting his  t&che of ammunition and explosives. The house was on  Whitby Island just a few miles  from the BC border.  The set of beliefs which inform these groups, if that is the  verb, seems to be a chilling mixture of fundamentalist religious  fervour married to the theories  of racial superiority of Adolf  Hitler.  In one chilling scene a figure  dressed in the regalia of the Klu  Klux Klan comes onto an empty  stage and methodically starts  lighting candles at an altar  above which can just be discerned the face of Jesus Christ. As  the candles are lit the stage  lights come gradually up.  When the candlelighter completes the lighting of the candles  he pulls back a curtain above  the portrait of Christ and there  is a portrait of Adolf Hitler in  the full uniform of the Nazis.  Then the figure disrobes and is  revealed to be the ten-year old  boy who has sat attentively  listening to the diatribes of  hatred, fear and skewed logic  which his elders have given vent  to throughout the play.  At one point near the end of  the play the principals are being  trained by a former Green Beret  in what they call self-defence  and suddenly from every corner  of the auditorium there were  men in combat fatigues with  painted faces menacing the audience with sub-machine guns.  We emerged somewhat  shaken into the tranquil sunshine of an Ashland afternoon  after the matinee and sat on a  balcony over the town square  with drinks. We discussed  bigotry and hatred, intolerance  and fear. What we had just seen  was contemporary and local,  Oregon being one of the central  targeted states of the so-called  Aryans.  We all know groups which, if  not grown to the manic intensity  of the supremacists in the play,  have their being in preaching  fear and hatred of others.  History teaches us clearly that  we ignore or take lightly all such  groups at our peril.  ���  J  L  Credo  J  My friend from Asia has powers and magic, he plucks  a blue leaf from the young blue-gum  And gating upon it, gathering and quieting  The Cod In his mind, creates an ocean more real than  the ocean, the salt, the actual  Appalling presence, the power of the waters.  He believes that nothing Is real except as we make It.  I humbler have found In my blood  Bred west of Caucasus a harder mysticism.  Multitude stands In my mind but I think that tht ocean  in the bone vault Is only  The bone vault's ocean: out there Is the ocean's;  The water Is the water, the cliff Is the rock, come shocks  and flashes of reality. The mind  Passes, the eye closes, the spirit is a passage;  The beauty of things was born before eyes and sufficient  to itself; the heart-breaking beauty  Will remain when there Is no heart to break for It.  Robinson Jeffers  In a nutshell  Arboreal Dialogue  by S. Nutter  If everyone in the world got  off their butt for one day and  planted a tree, except guys in  hospital and tots and so on,  we'd have what, about five  billion new trees?  If you say so.  Five billion new trees right?  Pumping out their stuff into the  ozone. That could maybe do it  wouldn't you say?  Whal about guys in Ihe  Sahara?  Guys in the Sahara?  Guys in the Sahara aren't  gonna like lo be told ihey  should plant a iree.  How many of these Druses or  whatnot are there? Fifty thousand?  Whal about guys in  Brooklyn?  Guys in Brooklyn and London and so forth use tubs.  Mm-m-m.  They can get tubs and barrels  for godsake. They got barrels  coming up their arm. They do a  neighbourhood thing right?  Then how they gonna gel  down ihe sidewalk? Okay. I  waive il.  Don't quibble with me  Harold. You gotta see this is  serious. This is the planet right?  Planet Earth. We can get burned away.  So we slop ihese guys cutting  down the Irees in the Amazon.  Sure. Oh sure. How would  you say?  We pay them.  Come on Harold. Pay them?  Why not? It's their stuff and  the rest of us want Ihem to leave  il lay. So we pay ihem. Why  not?  Harold you don't see.  How're we gonna pay them?  Think a moment. We put it out  that we're gonna pay people  right? To not cut down the  trees. Every Pancho and his  brother will be there the next  morning with some kind of little  saw saying okay, I'm not cutting down the trees.  Mm-m-m.  Probably the whole country  would be there. People would  come from distant parts. 1  might go there myself.  So you licence them. You pay  only guys wilh some kind of  woodcutter's licence.  Harold you don't understand. Licences are what you  buy. Some Pancho wherever he  is you pay and that's it.  Bul ihis is Global...  Right. And this is the Plan.  On the day, every mother's one  of 'em, they grt up and they  plant a tree. It's worldwide  satellite coverage. We see them  right? As the earth turns. Trees  being planted every second, 10  seconds maybe, right around  the globe.  Bui what are ihey planting?  Like saplings or something?  Not saplings. Saplings are  already going. No, seeds are  more what it is. An English  schoolboy is tucking an acorn  under the lip of the Downs...  An Intuit,,.?  An Australian aborigine  drops in the seed of a  Kookaborra. In Gibsons, BC  200 re-plant the playing field of  Elphinstone...  Who-oa. Playing field? You  mean football?  Harold, it's what you don't  get. We're really up against it  right? We gotta give.  There's another way. It's the  pollution that's getting to the  layer? It's mostly cars. We cut  down on gas. We cut down on  the gas. We can ration gas  right? We can...  Harold, you've got to be kidding.  Your community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper Coast News, June 11,1990  Letters to  !,��;'��� .J  Environment concerns applauded  Editor:  . I am glad to hear that  members of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District are concerned  about the environment and the  dumping of toxic waste in our  area. Spring is here and many  people, though busy planting  their gardens, are worried about  the dangers to our environment  which continue to threaten our  beautiful Coast and all the  provinces of our country.  Many manufacturing industries use inefficient processes  which produce harmful waste  material. These could be encouraged by tax breaks as incentives to devise more efficient  methods which would remove  the toxic material at the source.  This is quite possible but  research costs money and our  federal government, to which  we pay taxes, is not willing to  provide it. By funding industrial  research and development,  Canada could become a world  leader because our exports  would have a competitive advantage over other countries.  In the United Stated the  government is very conscious of  the need to reduce waste and  has set up an Office of  Technology Assessment to  reduce waste in every state. But  Canada has yet to organize a  funding plan to clean up toxic  industrial waste.  At the same time, however,  enormous quantities of  poisonous and dangerous waste  are being exported from the US  to Canada every year and are  seriously endangering the health  of Canadians.  The recent toxic fuel scare has  brought home to Canadians the  serious nature of this problem.  The weak, almost useless 1986  agreement with the US about  toxic wastes should be  renegotiated.  There is also a need for  recycling of certain products. In  this respect our neighbourhood  is very well served by the Shop-  Easy Mall. Considered as a  whole, however, our country  has a very poor record. Canada  recycles just two percent of its  solid waste, Sweden recycles 30  per cent, and overcrowded  Japan 50 per cent.  There is a shocking overuse  of cardboard cartons and other  paper packaging which creates  half of the waste in landfill sites.  Because paper is made from  trees, this is a shameful misuse  of our forest resources.  For waste monitoring to  work, there must be legislation,  properly enforced. Companies  should be required by law to  make public every substance  that goes into the air, water and  landfill sites. This data should  be audited by the Federal  Government.  Members of the New Democratic party Task Fort* recommend: (1) That the federal  government should adequately  fund the research and development of environmentally sound  waste management technologies; (2) That Canada should  renegotiate its 1986 trade agreement on toxic wastes with the  United States; (3) That the  federal government should initiate a national recycling program.  In our own small way, every  one of us can help to diminish  the destruction of our forests.  We can save paper bags, bring  them with us when we go shopping .and use them until they  wear out.  Isabel Ralph  By-law trouble  CHAMBERS PLANNING SERVICES  ���Retirement Planning "Life Insurance  ���Investment Planning ���Employee Benefit Plans  'Serving the Sunshine Coast for over 8 Years'  LAWRENCE K. CHAMBERS  LIFE UNDERWRITER  . Mutual funds licanca Willi Ascol Financial Saneicas Ltd  * Ufa tnaueanc. licence wiete National Lil. ol Canada  TELEPHONE:  FAX;  MM111  M8-9121  TOLL FREE:     1400-M3-2051  Editor:  There are some serious concerns regarding the performance of Gibsons Town Council causing the Friends of  Gospel Rock to seek legal  counsel. By-law 555-28 is in  serious trouble.  The public hearing and council meetings left many with a  rather bad taste in the mouth  but it was a learning process,  for me at least. I learned:  1. All letters and petitions to  council should be duplicated  and sent to Victoria and to the  relevant government department;  2. The Official Community  Plan is very official and cannot  be changed except with 'widespread community support';  3. Gospel  Rock  Park  is .  cherished   by  hikers,   nature  lovers and lovers, from all parts  Concern  for Rock  Editor's Note: A copy of the  following was received for  publication.  Gibsons Town Council  Dear Sirs:  Please register our concern  for the Gospel Rock area. Such  a unique rock outcropping  should not be lost to short term  development. Looking forward  to the year 2000 and beyond, it  is obvious that the current parks  in the surrounding area will be  totally inadequate to meet the  needs of the huge city that Gibsons will then be. /  A large Gospel Rock Park |  would make a perfect companion to Soames Hill Park today |  and always.  We hope in your wisdom that  you give full consideration to  purchasing this whole spectacular area with its interesting  flora as a park for this and  future generations to have and  cherish,  Paul George  Founding Director  Western Canada Wilderness  Committee  School District No. 46 (Sunshine Coast)  Career Education  On behalf of staff and students of School District #46 we would like to express our appreciation to the following  businesses and individuals providing student placements for the Work Experience, Career Preparation and Cooperative  Education Programs during this 1989/90 school year. Key to the success of these programs is the voluntary support  given by these employers in providing meaningful work placements where students can experience success out in the ever-  changing "real world" of work. We see an increased sense of self-esteem and confidence in our students as a direct result  of the training opportunities these businesses have given them. Working in partnership between our schools and the  community, these businesses ait saving as excellent role models and mentors to our young people.  ALL OCCASION FLOWERS k PLANTS  ATLAS OFFICE SOLUTIONS  l.CHONSY  BANANAS PUY CAKE  BANK OF MONTREAL Cebaoeia  BEECHAM 4 COMPANY  BEZAIRE. KATHLEEN  BILL S FITNESS a BODYWORKS  BRIAN'S AUTO BODY i PADmNO LTD.  CALADIUUS WELLNESS CHmiE  CHATELECH SECONDARY  CHICOS  CANADIAN IMPERIAL BANK OF COMMERCE  COAST lOCOMMUNrTYTV  COAST BOOKSTORE  COAST NEWS  COMMUNffY SERVICES SeXtETY  CORONA CONSTRUCTION LTD.  CRUM. RUSSa F. UW OfFICE  DAKOTA LUMBER  DEPT. OF FISHERIES* OCEANS  DOCKSIDE PHARMACY  DOLPHIN ALARM SYSTEMS  , DOLPHIN PHYSIOTHERAPY CUNK  DWFTWOOD MOTOR INN  EtEPHOTOORAPHYlAB  EAGLE RIDGE VEIHUNAJIY HOSP.  ELITE TRAVEL  ELUNGHAM.IANINE  apHNSTONE SECONDARY  eaEIOIKCHAU^GElOOUATHBAY  FLETCHER. JEFF  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  GIBSONS CHAMBER Of COeMMBCB  GIBSONS ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  GIBSONS MARINA  CUSSONS MOTORS  GIBSONS POOL  GORDONDALE LOOGINO  GREGG'S DRIVE-IN A. CATERINO  HEADQUARTERS eHAIRSTYUNO  HOPKINS, BARB  TS UNISEX  lANTTORS'WAREHOUSE  KIWANIS VILLAGE CARE HOME  KRAUS. SANDY  LANDINO HOME HARDWARE  LYLEStX��mtACeTNOCO.tNC.  MADEIRA LOO SERVICE LTD.  MADQRA PARK ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  MARINERS RESTAURANT  MARYS VARIETY  MejaBBINACCOWTINO  McLEAN, SUSAN  KULORB NURSERY  MOLLY MOUSE DAYCARE  MOMAYMON NURSERY SCHtXX.  MURRAY. BONNIE  MURRAY, DON, CONSTRUCTION  NORTON. MTXE  OeCEANVIEW QUARTER HORSE  OVERTON. UNDA  PEBBLES RESTAURANT  PENDeSR HARBOUR SECONDARY  PeSTROCaNADAOASBARirooO STORE  PETULA.OREO  PHARMASAVE 1173, SEOtELT  rOLLOCK EXC AV ATOM  PRESS. THE  PR0BAT1OWAMU.Y COURT  PROVINCIAL AMBULANCE SERVICES  ILCM*.  ROMRTS CREEK VOLUNTEER FW DEPT.  EOTALaUkJWCaSOM  STKEXCAVATtNO  SAANS STORES  SCHOOL DBT. MeS(SUNSHINE COAST)  ��� Buildinga k Oroeieda/MaiieMnance  ��� RaneeraCaiM  -School Bond OOai  SEAMOUNT CAR WASH  SEARS CANADA, Sacha.  SECHELT* DIST. CHAMBER Of COMMERCE  SECHELT ELEMENTARY SCHCOL  SECHELT INDIAN .BAND  SBCHELTINN RESTAURANT  SECHELT MASSAOE THERAPY CLINIC  SECHttTeMEDKALOIlttriBaUCAENTERP.)  SEECOASTUVINO SALES  SEW MUCH MOM  SHORNOJFFE  SHOW PIECE FRAMES  SIEMENS REALTY INC.  SILKS A LACE  SOUTHCOASTFORD  ST. MARYS HOSFTTAL TOTEM UOeDOE  SUN(XIAjrLlJlelBER*MBXlNO  SUNSHINE COAST AQUACULTURE ASSOC.  SUNSeMeaSECtJASTCCMMUNTrY FUTURES ASSOC.  SUmWNECOOTCREritrUNWWIBSONS  SUNSMNB COAST MWOR HOCICEY ASSOC.  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  SUNSHINE MOTORS (O.M.)  SUNSHINE LOOQE  SUFERSHAPSUNBEX  SUPERVALU rroM  TEDOY BEAR DAYCARE  TRAVELiumaciMsr  TBI PHOTO  TYEEA-*  WtUiJWIWDWraRPIUW  WORK WEAR WORLD  of Gibsons, the Sunshine Coast,  all British Columbians, Canadians, etc..  There is no doubt that the  community wishes the complete  intent of the Official Community Plan, ie. develop the look-out  above, protect the walking and  biking from bad drivers so they  can enjoy the park and protect  the deer, the bald eagle and  other wildlife.  Reference Of ficial Community Plan - Page 20 and Province  of British Columbia Municipal  Act, February 28, 1986, R.S.  Chapter 290, .Section 949, 'Ef-  fect of Official Community  Plans'.  Gwen Robertson  More letters  on Page 27  Apology  The Coast News wishes  to apologize to OK TIRE  and to KAL TIRE for inadvertently placing the  KAL TIRE signature in  the OK TIRE ad of June  4,1990.  We sincerely regret any  embarrassment or inconvenience caused to  these companies and their  Customers.  Any way you Slice it  the Classifieds bring results  QI^TIRE STORES  YOUR  FORYO  EST PROTECTION  TIRES.  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They are Mrs. Emily  Hunter, Constable Mark  Sorokan, Mrs. Gwen Robm-  son, Mr. Graham Edney, and  the Gibsons Volunteer Fire  Department.  An additional award for  Couple of the Year has beeen added this year. This category has  been won by Mr. and Mrs.  Malcolm Fraser. The trophy has  been donated by the Omega  Restaurant.  A special award will be  presented to the CBC  Beachcombers in recognition of  their outstanding contribution  to ihis community over the past  19 years.  A dinner, honouring the recipients, will tie held on Tueseday,  June 12, 6:30 pm at the  Mariners' Restaurant. Reservations for this dinner should be  made through the chamlw office at 886-2325 as soon as  possible as seating is limited.  Orop oil Your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  at  COAST NEWS  In Gibsons  until Noon Saturday  -��r       -    - -   ������  Roxanne Wiseman  wins Terry Fox Award  by Jeff Carpenter  Roxanne Wiseman, 1989 Sea  Cavalcade Queen, recently  received the distinction of being  awarded the Terry Fox  Humanitarian Award and  Scholarship, one of five people  from British Columbia and 42  across Canada out of a total of  927 applications.  Lois Youngston, Camp  Goodtimes leader and Laura  Whatley, counsellor at  Elphinstone Seecondary  School, each wrote a letter on  Roxanne's behalf, nominating  her for the Terry Fox Award.  Roxanne got the call about  two weeks ago notifying her as  one of the winners.  "I guesr I was excited but I  didn't show it at the time," she  said.  The Terry Fox Award  Scholarship is good for "$4000  per year for four years or until  your first degree anywhere as  long as you keep up your  academic standing and community work," Roxanne said.  Roxanne is planning to attend Capilano College on a  university transfer program to  become a psychologist. For her  Final years she may attend UBC  or a university out of province.  She was particularly impressed  with Ottawa when she visited  the Terry Fox Centre there.  She says the Terry Fox  Award is more about the man  himself than the recipient.  "It's about keeping Terry  Fox's dream alive, setting high  ROXANNE WISEMAN  Elphie's stays open  \\mjmle'tCamwH*maaataki ihe one-day suspension ibey  la a rereat bearing.  original} scheduled for June 16, wll not  TV  take place until after the appeal is heard, if al al.  Local makes list  Each year those students at the University of British Col-  ambta with exceptionally high graduating standings are  ehonoared by being ptoctd on Ihe Dean's Honour List.  Thb year, Sunshine Coast resident Mark Paetkau was congratulated by the Faculty of Science for his outstanding performance in the B.Sc. program in physics and his .name was  added to the Dean's Honour List.  Special needs  A Spedal Needs Consultant Service is coming to the Sunshine Coast. TVs service, to be made available by Sunshine  Coast Community .Servicers, Is for families, educators and  chid care providers of children (ages three to six yean) with  Everyone is welcome to learn more of this upromiag service and provide input at the following meetings:  Monday, June 11 at 7:30 pm in Gibsons Elemeatary  School Library; Wednesday, June 13 at 7: 30 pm in Secheit  Brtatatiry School library; Friday, June 15 at 7JO pm in  Madeira Park Dementary Library.  For teadMS and further details, contact Batyah Frames at  8*7589 or Infant Development Program at 885-5940.  Working for a  better world.  Call 1-800-663-0340 toll-free or  in Vancouver call 682-6457 for  more information, or pick up a  job application at your Canada  Employment Centre.  9��  *    ���  a    I    *   K  <kj3nUiACe6tmUv  HMttwahcve  HonouretMe John Reynold*,  Mjenteitef of Environment  standards and having high  ideals."  Of herself Roxane says, "I'm  just a person lucky enough to be  accepted."  On Friday, June 8 Roxanne  go�� to Vanrouvejr for a final  meeting of Girl Guides planning  to visit Norway for three weeks  and leaving June 26, the day  after graduation.  "We're spending one week  camping and one week at a  host's house."  The trip should prove interesting as Roxanne says she is  "loud and boisterous",  qualities which may raise  Norwegian eyebrows.  She will return July 17, two  days late for her starting date as  a counsellor at Camp Good-  times.  That job and Iict experience  at the hospital inspired in her  the desire to be a psychologist.  The Annual  General Meeting  nf the  WELCOME BEACH  COMMUNITY  ASSOCIATION  We want your views on  energy conservation  Conservation, or the efficient use of energy, is a key element in Hydro's  planning for the future electricity needs of our customers. The goal of  our conservation programs, known as Power Smart, is to change the  ethic and practice of energy use in British Columbia.  .As a part of B.GHydro's ongoing resource planning, estimates of  the potential of conservation are regularly reviewed and updated. This  year the review is being expanded to ensure that all promising areas and  ideas are included.  Our current thinking on how to approach this assessment of the  conservation potential within British Columbia has been outlined in a  draft Terms of Reference. We would like to share this document with  interested individuals and groups, and invite your comments and  views on the draft We would also like to hear your views on the topic  of energy conservation in general. Responses will be received until  June 30, 1990.  The refined Toms of Reference will be used to help us develop  guidelines for .contractors and staff involved in this year's review.  For your copy of the Terms of Reference please complete and  return the coupon to Jack Habart, 6th Floor - 1045 Howe Street,  Vancouver, B.C.. V8Z 2B1.  Phone: 663-2219, Fax: 663-3890.  I would like to receive a copy of Hydro's Draft Terms of Referent* for  a Review of Conservation Potential for the B.CHydro Service Area.  Name:   Address:   Postal Code:.  Occupation:.  Phone:  will be hew on  ., June 13,199(1  emiMiKinj it 7:01 Ml."  Commeinciiiej  Refreshments mil be sarin  I am also interested in additional information about Hydro's resource  plans. Please send:  ��� Planning Options (a brochure)  ��� Introduction to the 1990 Electricity Plan (12 pages)  Q Electrical Issues for the 90's (34 page report)  ^.ttjtm^-.  BC hydro Coast News, June 11,1990 Coast News, June 11,1990  (A -a Tl <0 X  = **- =��� ii o  g-o eSs en  g- 3 to-o  S     -o3  e��Z  CD  CD  *-*-h��  ��  Nl Si  en eo  *-*l i  o  >  la  a"  elelMI  CO  m  tfl  ���^  30  o  m  o  Hi  3  ���i  8*  JC  X  m  0)  *S  m  ^3   m  m  eo  ll  *  ���  H  ft* 5  00  00  eo  ttmmmamVm\ms\ssmmmmm Coast News, June 11,1990  Georcje     in    Gibsons  The dangers of Lyme disease  by George Cooper, 8864520  What connection has Lyme,  Connecticut, to our Sunshine  Coast on the other side of the  continent?  Lyme is the name of a disease  first recognized in that village as  an infection previously unknown to medicine in North  America until the late 70's. Now  it has been noted in many states  of the US with a few cases  reported in Canada.  One resident of the Sunshine  Coast is just now recovering  from this illness acquired  through a tick bite while he  worked in the Kootenays.  Medical research since 1975  has established that the  spirochete, a genus of bacteria,  which causes Lyme disease or  Lyme borreliosis, is carried to  humans by a deer tick, a tick  much smaller than the wood  tick.  This tick is suspected of  spreading about the continent  by means of migrating birds.  The tremendous increase,  reported in the US, of the  number of white-tailed deer,  one of the tick's hosts, is  thought to be another factor in  the spread of this disease.  Although the symptoms vary  greatly, we are told by health  experts, the illness generally  divides into three stages; that is  to say, of course, if early  diagnosis and treatment are not  undertaken.  r  In the first stage flu-like  symptoms like severe headaches  and fever, often marked in two-  thirds of the cases by an  expanding rash centred on the  site of the tick bite. These signs  appear after _the second or third  day after the tick bite and continue until the 30th day.  Weeks, perhaps months, after the tick bite has introduced  the spirochete into the Mood  stream, there may appear pains  in the body joints, even a brief  memory loss, and facial paralysis.  In the third stage, generally  within two years, come the signs  of arthritis that can last for  months and leave recurring  joint problems in more than  half the victims of the disease.  If diagnosed in time the  disease can be successfully  treated with antibiotics - a  reassuring thought.  A great deal of information  has appeared in the popular  press, a good deal of it gleaned  from medical journals. Oregon,  we find, is a region of high incidence of the disease, Washington much less, so far, and  BC with relatively few cases  diagnosed, although a deer tick  is indigenous here.  Enough concern has been  shown by sufferers of this  disease in BC to see the organizing of support groups to collect  data for the public, for government agencies, and for doctors.  A support group in West Vancouver founded by Diane Kin-  dree, herself a victim from a  tick bite in her garden, has  among these objectives just  listed the added one of pressing  senior governments to begin  studies of deer ticks in BC.  It is pointed out in articles on  Lyme borreliosis that ticks can  be found in cities on pets as well  as in tall grass and trees in  wilderness and parks.  In Lyme news, West Vancouver support groups newsletter, some precautions to avoid  tick bites are laid out in detail.  When anywhere outdoors in  areas likely to harbour ticks,  clothing closed at ankles, wrists  and neck is one safeguard; insect repellent is another; a check  for ticks on the skin especially at  the neck hairline is certainly-  called for; and the use of -  disinfectant following the  careful removal of the whole:  tick with tweezers.  Instruction is given, too, in"  Lyme news in steps to be taken,  in sending live ticks found on  the body to your doctor who in  turn can send them to the BC  Centre for Disease Control. On-.  ly by this assistance can a begin- <  with  Horticulturist &  Plant-Prod Representative  DONNA BUDD  will be here  Saturday, June 16,11*3 pm  to answer your gardening questions.  LAWN PERFECT  The convenient, economical way  to professional-looking lawn care.  c  *K*BE*/,  GARDENS  '\  ���pen 7 days I wok  WEEKDAYS 9-5:30  Sundays * HetMays 10-4  Chamberlin Road  (ail Mirth Nd.)  ning be made in the study of this  carrier, the deer lick found in  this region.  The address of the West Vancouver support group is P.O.  Box 93002, Caulfcild Village,  West Vancouver, BC V7W  3G4.  GIBSONS LEGION  Members of Branch 109 approved disbursement of nearly  $7000 lo a number of community organizations and to worthy  projects in Canada at the  branch meeting in May.  The Boy Scouts, Girl Guides  in Gibsons and District, the  Sechelt Pipes and Drums, the  Seaforth Cadets, the Sunshine  Coasl Home Support Society  and the Kiwanis Care Home all  received donations.  Other agencies to whom the  branch donated are support  groups for cystic fibrosis,  cancer, crippled children  (through the Lions Club),  kidney disease, muscular  dystrophy and, as well, the  CNIB.  TEEN SHOW  Those of us in Gibsons will  have an opportunity to lake in a  really good variety show which  recently received great acclaim  alter a performance in Sechell  in May.  The Teen Show will be  repealed on Friday, June 15 al 8  pm in the Gibsons Catholic  Church Hall. There are quite a  few outstanding dancers from  Gibsons in the show as well as  singers and musicians from the  rest of ihe Coasl.  The lasl show was lor the  benefit of the Cystic Fibrosis  Foundation and the proceeds  from the Gibsons show will go  Ihe Multiple Sclerosis fund.  Try to gel out there and give  your support lo this fine group  of young people who love to  perform lo help those less fortunate. Admission is SS.  CONGRATULATIONS!  Congratulations to Gibsons  graduates from UBC: Anastase  Maragos, Bachelor of Laws and  Suzanne Reimer, Bachelor of  Arts.  NRS Sponsors Elphinstone Students  "Outward Bound"  Thanks to NRS and Steve Saevyer, 16 students from Elphinstone  Secondary School, accompanied by three adults, went on an Outward  Bound Expedition near Pemberron from May 14th to May 18th. They  spent 5 days in the beautiful mountains climbing rocks, peaks and  glaciers. They slept in tents, igloos and snow caves experiencing a very  stress-free life.  finy way you Slice it  the Classifieds bring results  ��    ii    ��    i    *    *  I  Keep your seVwMtr Mt clue lo  your My. kai matte ten It stays  Md we).  I  tne Ittea're areiaaet, wear tear  lap eat steelier ML Its  impertaat tt wear ttte lea belt  snuffy eter rear Upa ami net  atrett tear tiemaeh.  Da at jeer tkaaUer Mt se (Ii  eter tear ikealear. Hat eater  tear arm.  tfeerlapteHteift mf ���  aai lew eter tear hipt. I  I  DO IT Iff  M6HT.IC  ���ICBC  ������  d Coast News, June 11,1990  Roberts  Creek  poast drivers - slow down please  I  -Father's Day SPECIAL-  i  |g by Bev Cranston, 8M-221S  T Drivers on the Sunshine  jboast and even Roberts Creek  hre driving me nuts. One of the  many nice things about leaving  ���the 'big smoke' was that I no  longer had to drive like a  tnaniac to get where I'm going.  "Vancouver traffic and its two  Jilus lanes is pretty easy stuff  compared to freeway and city  (traffic in most BIG cities. How  ,\vould you like to find an exit  (off a six lane freeway where  peryone is going 70 mph plus?  | Deaking in and out of lanes  lust to get a few feet ahead, cut-  ing in and being cut in on is just  rart of city driving. You don't  .are if ihe guy behind you is  iding your bumper because  you're doing ihe same to the  nty in front of you. I even used  "honk, roll down Ihe window,  I wave at the guy in the lane  tt to and behind me to let me  It worked most of the time.  ['Moving to the Sunshine  $ast with my very versatile lit-  frfour sixed V6 Capri, with its  lack and pinion steering for  pose light corners of the Coast  Highway, made it difficult for  ^ie to settle down from that  Inaniac  driving   you   literally  have to do in Vancouver. I actually got away with no  speeding tickets, no accidents of  any kind, lt amazes me now to  think of my luck. But that was  13 years ago and traffic was  much lighter here then.  Now I drive slowly, but not  too slowly. I'm in no hurry.  What for? When cars rage past  me in a big panic to get to the  next car in front of me to ride  their bumper, I just laugh.  When 1 drive the old pickup  truck with the mega bumper  thai slicks out a good foot from  the tailgate, I really laugh. One  of those new cars with its rubber  bumpers and thin melal front  ends is going to crumple like a  child's accordian if the driver  decides to tailgate much closer  and I have to stand on the  brakes.  It hasn't happened yet, bul  with the heavily increasing How  of traffic on this coasl and the  rush that people seem to be in to  get nowhere, it's going lo happen soon. Slow down and look  at the scenery. You'll gel there  soon enough.  CREEK DAZE  Don't forget the Creek Daze  organizational meeting Thursday, June 14 al 8 pm at the  Community Hall. Lots of input  and planning is needed to  organize Roberts Creek's own  summer celebration on Saturday, July 21.  SCHOOL NEWS  Stuart Hercus, Principal of  Roberts Creek Elementary has  announced some great news for  students and parents in Roberts  Creek. We finally are going to  gel the addition to the school. It  has been officially approved.  The architect will be at the  school ihis month to start on the  plans for the addition and soon  after lhat, construction will  begin.  The staff of Roberts Creek  Elementary is doing a great job  educating and keeping our  students informed on environmental issues. Recycling is  one Of them. Another is the  issue of logging in the  Tetrahedron wilderness area of  ihe Coast.  During June the Grade 7 class  will be having several guest  speakers including John Hind-  Smith of the Tetrahedron  Alliance, Jim Gurney from the  SCRD and Malcolm Cattanach  from Ihe Ministry of Forests.  Then the class will t>e having  an overnight experience in the  Tetrahedron/Mount   Steele  area.  HOLIDAYS  Holidays are coming and a  very capable and well-known  lady from Roberts Creek is going to be writing the Roberts  Creek column, Janice Leighton.  After ihe June 18 issue of the  Coasl News, please call Janice  evenings at 886-3541 if you have  any meetings, announcements,  stories or news stories that you  think would be of interest to  readers.  LIBRARY NEWS  There were 24 new books added to the adult shelves of the  Roberts Creek Library last  month ��� something for every  taste.  Festival of the Written Arts  writers include Arthur Black,  Marilyn Bowering and Randolph Wright. There is some  fine new fiction including  mysteries and the Higgins  thriller.  Mount your precious picture _  on a 8" double gold       M  Photo glazed plate  Reg. $22.00  Special Price  $1 100  I  1CAY  SERVICE  .Expires June J6th  fB$E  5x7 colour enlargement  for every roll of film  processed - 35 mm ��� 1 only  Yoier Pro/essiorwl Store & More  Tri* Photo  Opein Mon. - Sat.  9:30.5:30  I  I  ���  ���  I  ���  NEW STORE HOURS  ,.:��������� 9:30 ��� 5:30  Mon. - Sat.  Special Order Sale  25% OFF JUNE 1*30  ALL STOCK AND  SPECIAL ORDERS  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  885-3414  The Grade 7 Yearbook Club of Gibsons Elementary School worked all year to produce the school's first hardcover edition under  the sponsorship of Lynn Duncan. ���Jeff Carpenter photo  Any way you Slice it  the Classifieds bring results  4      *      *       ��      4      *  2 lb. Sleeping Bag req. $32.99 "27  3 lb. Sleeping Bag req. $34.99 *29  13 pee. Enamel Camp Set....Req.$28.99 '19w  Propane Torch req. $20.69 "1200  Dynasty Group **'^o    �� ^5 ^L^m^m\  4 pee. Wicker Set   n3*    ^!*5��5��  with cushions Req. $729.99 ^mW %mV   ^mW  Molded Resin 39" '  Round Table, 4 Chairs  & Umbrella Set  velHi tablecloth & chair pads   *165  i  On Cowrie St., In the Heart of Sechelt   885-2171  Children's  ..'.. UttJt  Oow-Mto-S       tt**  Cup***   mm  ���*���������  School Graduation  /Luortad HELMETS on Itda.      ^JODgy Free Safety-Check  TRAILBAY  SPORTS  IRAIl AVE   & COWRIE SI    5[CHElT        m ���,.  t^^a^  mmm^^mmmm  ^^yie^HMMI Coast News, June 11,1990  Sechelt    Scenario  Residents nl Totem Lodge were treated to a performance by  musical, but fierce pirates from the Grade 1 class at Davis Bay  school. ���Penny Fuller pholo  Davis Bay News h Views  Volunteers needed  for special crafts  by Lauralee Solll   885-5212  Kirkland Centre is looking  for volunteers to come in and  share any of their special crafts  or interests. If you would like to  help out give Sarah a call at  885-1934. One of the crafts they  have been working on is making  earrings and now they are going  to make necklaces.  Ed and Helen Cuylits are  coming to show their slides of  Cuba and a Cuban lunch is being planned. Some of the other  guests, past and in the future  are: Paster Shandel, Sechelt's  Alderman Reid, Tony Greenfield - birdman, Helen Toynbce  from the Sechelt Medical Clinic,  Doug - singalong, Joan Wilcox  -painting and Reg Dickson, who  will be coming to entertain for  Father's Day.  A Challenge '90 student,  Mishi, is going to be doing  Drop off Your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  at  WILSON CREEK  CAMPGROUND  In Wilson Creek  until 3:30 Friday  "A Fliandl! Paopla Placa"  histories of all our clients, with  the intention of putting them in  a book.  ST. JOHN'S  The May 27 concert held at  St. John's United Church was  attended by a capacity audience. The program consisted  of excerpts from Opera and  light classics.  The singers were our Alice  Horsman, with Vancouver  soloists. The concert was very  well received and we look forward to future concerts in the  fall and winter.  GENERAL MEETING  A reminder of the Davis Bay/  Wilson Creek Community  Association meeting being held  tonight (June 11) at 7:30. This is  the last general meeting until  September.  DAYCARE CENTRE  Teddybears having birthdays  in June are Kristin, Maureen,  Hayley and Cristal. Happy Birthday lo you all.  DAVIS BAY SCHOOL.  Sports Day: June 15, 9 to 3.  Hot dogs and hamburgers and  other goodies wil be served at  lunch time.  Awards Day: June 28 at  10:45. Everyone welcome to attend.  HAPPY FATHER'S DAY  ...to all fathers out there.  Seabwd  RENTALS LTD  has the right tool  for the job.  Painting your house?  ���PRESSURE WASHERS - 3,000 PSI Units  Effectively washes away excess  dirt and grime.  Latex or Oil  ���airless paint sprayers  Average house takes one day to paint.  ���scaffolding & DECKS  For hard to reach areas.  LADDERS - up to 44'  Weed or Brush Problems?  Gas Powered  ���string trimmers  - 4 Husqvarna 25RL's  Gas Powered  ���BRUSH CUTTERS - 3 Husqvarna 165RX's  Trouble Fastening   to Concrete?  Drilling or Chipping Access  Holes through Concrete?  ���WE CARRY EVERYTHING YOU'LL  NEED TO GET THE JOB DONE  Scabird  TOOLS & EQUIPMENT  , 11. i, .���.���.,. ���  ���  888 874-1  Festival bargain  by Margaret Watt, W5-33M  There are only two months  left until the start of the eighth  annual Festival of Ihe Written  Arts. The festival begins August  9 and runs through to the 12th.  Anyone with bed and breakfast  places available is asked to  phone the festival office at  885-9631 and leave your name.  I have been carefully studying  the marvellous brochure the  festival put out. What a program! Poets, novelists, historians, gardeners, science fiction  writers and my special  favourites - crime writers.  The mind boggles when I try  to imagine the intricate  organization that must go into  putting on such an event. I  helped out, in a small way, with  the first couple of festivals, so 1  have a tiny inkling of the work  and dedication involved.  The clincher is that you can  take in all these events, or very  nearly all - the food is of course  extra - for only $50 or $5 for  each event, students $3.50. A  bargain, 1 would say.  HOSPITAL AUXILIARY  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary  (Sechell Branch) wants to tell  you how much they appreciated  the community support shown  by the tremendous attendance  at their spring luncheon. They  want to lhank all who con  tributed to the success of the  luncheon by baking, donating  goods and money, working on  crafts and working at the hall.  There is one more regular  meeting .before the summer  break. It will be held on Thursday, June 14 at 1:30 pm in St.  Hilda's Hall. Everyone is  welcome.  WRITERS' FORGE  The Suncoast Writejrs' Forge  will be holding one more  meeting before the summer  break. Actually, it's not a  meeting meeting, it's a summer  potluck picnic meeting. It starts  at 6:30 pm on Wednesday, June  13 at Rockwood Centre.  They say everyone has a book  in him or her, so if you've ever  wondered if you would like to  join the Forge, I would say this  is a good time to come along  and check us out. We're at our  best when we're having fun.  The Suncoast Writers' Forge  has a new book almost ready  for the bookshelves. It's called  Our Sunshine Coasl and it's  written by the members. Look  for it in local bookstores.  POST NATAL CLASS  For all the new mums and  dads out there. There will be a  post natal class on Tuesday,  June 12 in the Sechelt Health  Unit from 7 to 9 pm. To  register, Call Jeanette at  885-7777.  WE RENT CD'S AND CD PLAYERS DAILY  MAX MUSIC *����*.  .-3453  KIDS  Trail fey Mall, Sechelt  NEW  T-SHIRTS!  Sizes S.M.L  886-5256  Recycling expense  Continued from page 1  Recently, Shop Easy bought  a new truck that is 50 per cent  bigger than the one they started  with, but it is still not enough to  handle the volume of recycled  material that is being shipping  to Vancouver.  "But the regional district is  paying the extra ferry fare for  Ihe bigger truck," said Morris.  "That's a help."  People from all over the  Coast, even Powell River, are  bringing their recyclables to  Shop Easy.  "But still, there's only about  five per cent of the whole  population that is recycling,"  said Clayton. "That's a bit  disappointing."  When asked by the Coasl  News what they see as possible  solutions Morris said, "We  could just say it's getting to be  too much and simply stop doing  it. But we don't want to do that.  It means too much to us personally.  "We could rebuild the recycling operation in another area.  We have a site for it. But it  would be pretty expensive  because it would have to conform to rigid specifications. We  would have to have financial  support for that.  "Or it could be taken over by  one of the local governments.  After all, garbage is supposed to  be a government responsibility."  $100 a00  CASH REWARD  Leading to the Recovery of  1 Homelite 111S IV2" Centrifugal Pump  c/w 1x20'x1 W Rubber Suction Hose & Strainer  1x50'x1V2" Blue PVC Lay Flat Discharge Hose  Pump Colour: Homelite Orange  Engine (Kiwmkl) Black  Engine not the time it depleted  Taken from 5388 Seacrest Road, Halfmoon Bay  June 5 or 6,1990  Reply 10  Scaabird  TOOLS & EQUIPMENT  1 1 ' ��� 1 i   ; , ��� :. 1 ,   1 , ��� 1   . . :  886-8744 ,;>.i >.,  1*  SAFE BOATING,  SURE ENJOYMENT!  Summer wouldn't  be summer without  sun, wind and water!  But when you're out  there, make sure  you're up to date on  the latest regulations  and safety gear for  your boat.  Call the Canadian  Coast Guard at 1-800-  267-6687, for a directory of safe boating  courses, or contact  the organizations listed here for  information on their courses.  Whether you're a  new boater or an old  salt, before you head  out, find out!  Canadian Yachting  Association  Tel.: (613) 748-5687  The Canadian Red  Cross Society  Tel.: (613) 739-3000  Canadian Power and  Sail Squadrons  Tel.: 1-800-268-3579  Canadian Recreational  Canoeing Association  Tel,: (519) 473-2109  ���  I  ii  /iti/vi f/wrf'i//i/ihW  ���:  1*1  Canadian  Coast Guard  OardtcAltetm  CanacK Coast News. June 11.1990  ^PjjJpjTZ  #*>*  ^  father's Das's Comfnjj  liinv it (wed m our store  VPe fiiiu- miup, (wttes# jhfru,  tiiul quite ii hit morel  \VV Iumc m/u made nf bnmtc and  st.ndifll. in iflUi"!''  l-llll   l-'lltlji'VviiJrtvlfilttls,  O "irni in rMftf?  Gower Pt. 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SUNSHINE DESSERT  t tabtopoo. gelatin  Va cup white wine  grated rind ol t Him  juice ol 2 limn  juice ol Vi lomon  4 eggs, separated  Ve cup lugir  Ve cup whipping cnim  t PoJr wine into small sauce pan. Spimkie  gelatin over top and leave to solten.  2 Add rind. Iruit juice, egg yolks and hall the  sugar. Stir the mixture over a medium heal un  til it starts to bubble softly and coats the back  ot a spoon.  3. Remove saucepan from heat and place in cold  water.  4 Whisk egg whites and remaining sugar until  standing in still peaks. Fold yolk mixture into  whites.  5. Whisk cream till still and told through first mixture.  6. Place in lour Individual dishes and chill.  7. Garnish with a dollop ol whipping cream and  perhaps a mini left!  Keep Ihem smiling!  NEST LEWIS  Call  at 886*7616  AUDREY'S-!  COFFEE  SERVICE  Office ft. Restaurant  Supplies &. Equipment  ie.^rapyi  THE BIGGEST  LITTLE STORE  Pels! Ken's Lucky Dollar  #  HomeireeXie  Soup  Evervj D��y  Variety EJ FOODS  Gibsons Landing     886-2936  ttK����jsi  Durcfe  8TONKWA9HKD  DENIM JEANS  19"  Regular 24.99  lA'h oi. cotton denim. Storm/ash blue.  5 pocket styling. Leather patch. Straight  leg. Sim Waist 30-40 Leg 30-34  We' (j,, m,���,. I,,,  y , ,���,,���,,||n,| Q���,,|jty h 1 ne-ndly Sr;  e WORK WEN?  /IK WORLD x. 1  Coast News, June 11,1990  Mayor Tom Meredith presents t certificate of appreciation to  Mrs. Helen Cuylits at a luncheon held in Sechell to honour  volunteer workers at the Sechelt Library.     ���Row Nicholson phone  Heiilfmonn B.iy Happeninys  Best garage sale  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  The time is getting closer to  June 30 which is the date of that  great annual garage sale at the  Hallmoon Bay Fire Hall. The  fellows and their wives work  very hard each year to make this  the best garage sale on the  whole peninsula, but they can't  do it without your help.  They   need   donations   of  anything at all, large or small,  to help fill the tables and add to  the   fund   for   the   kids'  ���i   p>      and   lire  ..'lev,.  If you have large items you  wish to donate they will gladly  pick them up to save you the  trouble. If you call either  885-5972 or 885-3589 arrangements will be made.  A ROAD HAZARD  Some residents of the Brooks  Road area in Halfmoon Bay  were most annoyed last week at  the carelessness and ^consideration of some truck driver.  Maria Mahar drove over what  looked like gravel on the road  only to find that by the time she  reached Sechelt her tires were  flat.  It turnixl out that they were  staples which had been spilled  on the road - an empty 50  pound box was found later by  the side of the road. The box  had obviously fallen off what  was probably some construction  Graduation  GIFT  CERTIFICATES  at  Hand-Crafted Jewellery  & Accessories  Mon. - Sat., 10 - 5  Cowrie St., Sechelt  865-2661  truck either ignored or unnoticed by the driver.  Four angry drivers had to buy  new tires because of this. Mrs.  Mahar was grateful to the people who stopped and helped  clean up the thousands of these  offending staples so that there  would be no more victims.  COUNTRY FAIR  Excitement is rising as the  committee busily plans the 24th  annual fair with something for  everyone, from the wee ones  right up to the oldies.  For example, if you are a  handicraft person the fair wants  you to have your work on  display on Sunday, July 15. The  categories are open for both  children and adults.  Also, if you are lucky enough  to be a good pie maker you can  enter your favourite pie for  judging which will take place on  the Sunday. Register by calling  Betty al 885-5029.  CONGRATULATIONS  Our hearty congratulations to  Stephanie Latham, formerly  Berthelet, and husband Stephen  on the birth of a bouncing baby  boy, Mark Bruce at St. Mary's  Hospital. Mark is the fourth  member of this young family  who moved to Halfmoon Bay  from Australia several months  ago, having two brothers and  one sister.  WELCOME BEACH  Wednesday of this week,  June 13, is an important date  for the Welcome Beach Community Association. Starting at  7 pm there will be the annual  general meeting.  It is hoped that all members  and prospective members will  turn out in force to show support for this active and  necessary organization.  Social functions at the  Welcome Beach Hall have been  a part of life in Halfmoon Bay  for many years and play a big  role in keeping the community  together as well as helping new  residents get to know their  neighbours.  Any newcomers to the area  should come to this meeting to  find out what the hall is all  about.  ISP  Ball Caps  20%  off  Daiwa RocT  375 BrapNtt, SS0 H.Hrte.  Regular Value $125  TRAILBAY  SPORTS  Golf Balls'  TOP-FLITE  16 pack  $25  98  ,BVILET -do*.  $19!  Summer Hours:  Sunday  M-jn Thins  IS:��  1 Friday  9100  1 Satutday  ��S:M  rP/UI AVE  1 COWKIE SI    SECHEIT       IIS n\l  Sechelt Seniors  Abuse awareness  by Joyce Oslry  One wonders whether approaching the topic of abuse of  the elderly is wise. If it helps one  person - it is wise.  Elder Abuse is difficult to  identify as it has not been as  well documented as olher forms  of family violence such as child  abuse or spousal assault.  Evidence of this problem was  brought to ihe BC Task Force  on Issues of Concern to Seniors  by concerned friends, relatives  and professionals who recounted stories of physical  violence, financial greed and  emotional entrapment.  Elder Abuse is present in  small and large communities, in  families of various ethnic  backgrounds and in private  homes as well as in care  facilities. There are no shelters  for seniors of the sort that exist  for abused women and children.  Physicians arc not required to  report their suspicions of abuse  as they must for battered  children.  The   Task   Force   has,  Sechelt's  good folk  The Sechelt and District  Chamber of Commerce is once  again seeking nominations for a  Good Citizen of the Year for  1990/91. The Chamber asks the  public's help in finding him or  her.  The successful candidate  must live within Sechelt Munic-  pal District boundaries. The  Good Citizen will be honoured  in October with a banquet and  dance and will be presented with  a beautiful illuminated scroll.  The person or persons  nominated will be considered by  an independent panel of judges.  Individuals should be  nominated in a letter using not  more than 100 words for each  person. The successful candidate will be a person who has  served their community faithfully without remuneration.  Deadline for nominations is  Friday, September 7, 1990.  Send names to: Good Citizen,  Sechelt and District Chamber of  Commerce, Box 360, .Sechl  BC, VON 3A0.  therefore, identified the need  for a greater awareness of the  overall problem of abuse,  regardless of age or gender. The  recently established British Columbia Institute on Family  Violence, a non-profit society,  will be developing a coordinated approach to the  prevention, investigation,  assessment and treatment of  family violence.  In addition, public education  on issues of family violence,  with attention to the problems  faced by the elderly, will be  undertaken by the Institute.  This is what you can do if  you suspect an elder is being  abused. Phone the local detachment of the RCMP and they  will treat this issue as they  would an assault case. There  will be more written on this  issue as soon as more data  comes my way.  ���IkiflZZfl  MORE THAN CLOTHING  (jrand  \Jpeninq  Sal., June 16 al 10:30  1057 JRebeAi Creel /?</., RolerU Crm  J  How to handle  British Columbia  with care.  $150 million has been committed to our  Municipal Solid Waste Management  Strategy over the next 5 years.  British Columbians throw out more than  6 million kilograms of garbage every day. Over a year,  that's enough to fill 400,000 municipal garbage trucks.  Over 90% of our municipal solid waste is being  dumped into landfills and if we don't clean up our  act, six out of 10 will be full within 10 years.  In fact, we're generating more trash than  ever before in our history. It's causing serious  environmental problems and creating more landfills  is not the answer.  Our goal is to reduce the amount of .garbage  we throw out by 50% by the year 2000.  Our provincial Solid Waste Management Strategy,  in partnership with local governments, industry and  business, is the most comprehensive program of its kind  in Canada.  But even before your local program is in place,  you can make significant changes.  Start by learning and using the thetee Rs of  waste management: Reduce. Reuse. Recycle.  In the Ijrwer Mainland call  Tbrn your garbage into gold.  Call us now for more information. Well tell you  how, what and where to recyde and who hits recycling  programme in your neighbourhood. We can erven  put you in touch with organizations in your community  presently involved in recycling.  Well also send you a free poster featuring all  kinds of easy ways you can start to reduce your  garbage right now.  We must all produce less waste and treat necessary  waste as a resource. Garbage is a personal problem.  Our beautiful British Columbia environment is fragile.  Handle with care.  HmmmUt Me RtyneUs,  Minister ofEnvmamenr  Or call toll fht  R-E-C-YOL-E  1-800-667-4321  (732-9253)  Briti^Cdumbia  Handle withcare  &j& Minisrry efhrnmrnmrnt, HtmunbU lehn OymUs, Mtttiskr  Plteit mjch this  L Coast News, June 11,1990  13.  At Sechelt Council  No money for SCMHS  There is no money in the  Sechelt budget for the Sunshine  Coast Maritime History Society  (SCMHS). At last week's council meeting a $200 grant was approved for the Sunshine Coast  Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre  but a request from the SCHMS  was rejected because according  to the finance committee report,  "...there were no monies  available in the 1990 budget and  the budget has now been set."  When Alderman Shanks  questioned the difference between the two applications, he  was told that the SCHMS had  requested a much greater  amount of money for a glossy  brochure.  .^'Besides," added Mayor  Meredith, "the wildlife centre is  closer to home. The SCHMS  mo.cd away from Sechelt."  Majestic  Sechelt Council has rejected  outright a suggestion that Ma-  j**tic Pipeline locate a  bunkhouse barge in Porpoise  Bay. The zoning in the area  dees not permit live-aboards.  However, in his letter to council  on behalf of Majestic, Philip  Kevil pointed out that the barge  is. equipped with a sewage  holding tank and no effluent  would be pumped into the bay.  '."I'm amazed they even had  tlfc nerve to ask," responded  Alderman Wells. "We've turned outselves over backwards to  accommodate Majestic  already."  Airport  Committee  . At the June 6 meeting of  Sechelt Council, it was first  detcided that council would not  necessarily accept the lowest bid  (and only bid) received to date  for installing the power lines at  the airport. However, it was  later realized the quotation  given by Midway Powerline  Services was in the Airport  Committee meeting minutes  which were included in the information package handed out  to the public at the meeting.  In fairness to Midway, council agreed that their bid, which  falls within the budget allotment  for the project, will be accepted.  ; Alderman David-Wells told  tlfcjjieetJaiUie is act  service the Sunshine Coast,  i "They're a fine, safe airline,"  he said. "I would really like to  see that airline serving us."  Policy  Change  ' It's always been part of the  Sechelt by-law that foundation  forms must not be laid, in a  development, until a building  permit has been obtained.  However, due to a lack of staff  in the past, the general policy  has been to overlook this part of  (he procedure, Alderman Bob  Wilson explained.  Now Sechelt has adequate  staff and it's time to instruct the  building inspector that no  development is permitted  Without a valid permit. Council  passed a motion to enforce the  by-law in the future.  jGolf Course  I The tender packages for the  Sechelt golf course have been  tompleted and are being handed  out for $500 a piece. So far five  have been purchased and requests for them have come from  ��s far away as West Virginia  and Japan.  Celebration  Celebration Days will nol be  Iry Ihis year. In response to a  Days  DEC-K-ING  ��� Now available on the  Sunshine Coast  ��� Revolutionary new develop-  ment in sunele'cle and roof-  clerk materials  ��� 5-year guarantee on work  and materials  ��� Government approved vinyl  membrane (or roofdecks  ��� Backing is fiberglass-reinforced vinyl for exceptionally  strong heat-welded seams  ��� This is NOT fabric-backed  material  VICKTERY DEC-K-INC  883-9907 Days  883-2878 Eves & Weekends  request by the Sunshine Coast  Community Servicw Society,  Sechelt Council passed a motion  to permit a beer garden at the  festivities, which will operate  from 1 to 4 pm on July 1.  The motion just barely  squeaked through, with  Aldermen Wilson and Reid in  favour and Wells and Kolibas  opposed. Alderman Mike  Shanks abstained from voting.  Appreciations  East Porpoise Bay resident  John Burns was at last Wednesday's council meeting to express  his appreciation for council's  action on a complaint he made  last month. Burns had appeared  at a previous council meeting to  object to the gravel and sand being left on the highway by his  home, and the overloading of  trucks leaving the sand and  gravel operation nearby.  He thanked council and  reported that the road was now  clear and trucks were staying  within load restrictions and  stopping at the intersection  before proceeding onto Porpoise Bay Road.  The only exception, he said,  was a municipal district truck.  He then recounted to council a  lengthy debate with Public  Works Supervisor Doug Fraser.  Fraser, he reported, seems to  believe the public works department is too busy to k��p the  road clear.  Council took his comments  under advisement.  Block Seven  Sechelt municipal staff will be  contacting two Vancouver appraisal firms to complete an appraisal evaluation of Block  Seven at a cost of between  $3000 and $3500. The average  of these two appraisals will  determine the value of the property for funding applications  and the possible purchase of a  portion of the property by the  BC Building Corporation.  SPRING CLEAN-UP SPECIAL  C & D's Custom  Car Detail  Have Your Car, Van or Camper  iN/VWVVWWVWVV]^  f Sparkle! )  Complete dean-up package includes:  ��� Engine shampoo  ��� Raindance wash  ��� Custom hand-wax, Miracle Wax, cut, Simonize  or Turtle (depends on condition of paint)  ��� Interior shampoo: headliner, upholstery, and  carpet  ��� Heavy duty interior vacuuming (include trunk)  ��� Exterior and Interior windows and mirrors  ��� Armour All* mats, dash and tire care  ��� Chrome buffing  ��� Scotchgard* protection of all upholstery  ��� Interior deodorizing  Cars $89.95  Vans and 4x4's $129.95  Campers/Motorhomes $249.95  Call 886-3005 to book appointment 'Spring special prices good to June 30th.  VLJTSSIFIEDMDS 14.  Coast News, June 11,1990  ^e^mmW     mWmmmm^am  ^esmt\mmmme>  Services Directory  ���  AUTOMOTIVE  Industrial      AUTOMOTIVE        Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Mon.-Fri. 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SECHELT PLANT  885.7180  3  sjshvc rm suNUMNf co��r I  GIBSONS PLANT |  ��W-ai74  lop -line Concrete  Curbs ��� Patios ��� Stairs  Foundations ��� Sidewalks  Retaining Walls  "We build 'em, We pour 'em"  Res. ,885-9203  Bus. 885-4828  TURENNE   CONCRETE  ���PUMP TRUCKS  -CONCRETE WORK  Placing & Finishing ot:  Basement Slabs, Patios. Driveways,  Sidewalks, Exposed Aggregate  FOR QUALITY WORK, CALL US! 886-7022  ELECTRICAL CONTR  Need this space?  Cell  tier  COASI   IMI WS  ,,t 88li ?6?7 eer 88b 3930  EXCAVATING  Will Buy Timber  or will do Excavating  For Timber  Big or Small Amount  or will Rent 518 Cat Skidder  by the hour with operator  Will Go Anywhere  Louis & D. LePage Logging        886-3821 ,  WILSON  iCONTRACTING  EXCAVATING  Septic Fields  Building Siles  Ditches  Landscaping  HAULING  Sand  Gravel  Soil  Manure  886-8313  ' CAN-DO EXCAVATIN  Septic Fields, Landscaping,  Hauling of sand, gravel & topsoil _^%<��>y"eh  Bobcat 743 Diesel fm<S&\. 3,j!l  Jatorgt 885-7553 Emery 885-4854  COAST BOBCAT SERVICE  Small In Size - Big In Production^  Pm, Hi.iYn - TrmchinR  Spieailieejj/U'vellinei '^'���tt.****  LiBh, Haulinn .(����<����<einj��le$fe\  885-7061  SECHELT eHuwwwgbgS/  ���EH  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  886-3558  i Wdlg that funeM/ie Cornell  Land Clearing  Excavations  Septic Tanks  885-3924  885-7487  D ft L ENTERPRISES  1989 416 4WD Caterpillar  Backhoe Loader  Septic Systems, Ditching Etc.  Call Nick  lor all your Backhoe Needs     616-7146  ^rnie Fallis  Contracting  Complete Backhoe  Service  . 886*9198  ���  EXCAVATING  ��� GEN   CONTRACTORS*  Fastrac IACKHOE  invicE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� WATER LINES  .cusaiung Steve Jones  ( BS8IDKNTIAL MNOVAMOHS  Oyproo le Lamination Work  Kitchens, Bathrooms, Painting  Local References  IrleWood  686-88087  J.T.R. Trucking  Dump Truck Rental  Sand, Gravel & Blasted Rock Sales  R.R. #1 Bay Rd. Site Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  caii: ses-rera  JIM ROBINSON  f   YORKSHIRE GARDENER  General Garden Mainlenance  Lawn Care ��� Landscaping ��� Pruning  Rock Walls & Rockeries  Senior's Discount ��� Friendly Service  Fred 886-3526  BRINK'S BOBCAT  SERVICE  and Landscaping  936-2086  for the Professional  and the Homeowner  RENT-IT!  CANADA INC.  IJI     TOOLS & EQUIPMENT     tftV  .,5540 Inlet Ave., Sechell       885-2848,  ******** ��/.#. Cawtetnef  460 Track Hoe  ���Topsoil  ���Septic Fieelds  ���Sand & Gravel  Deliveries  ���Slump Removal  ���Lot Clearing  ���Building Sites  ���Water Lines  410 Rubber  Tin Ho,  743 Bobcat  886 9764  Mobile: 649-8879  Aw,  * v       THE  RENOVATIONS WITH ^  A TOUCH OF CUSS  COMMERCIAL I RESIDENTIAL  IMPROVER "'S  LTD. llALrMOON XsKiJ  FUTURE  Excavating & Developments  Residential  Commercial  Industrial  Land Clearing  Underground Installations  & Repairs  Roads & Driveways  Satisfaction Guaranteed  CALL MIKE OR MIKE  886-2182  ^^Residential Commercial Industrial^.  r      PAINTING      ^  30 Years Experience     Fully Equipped  Free Estimates        .������*.  M.B. Painting     SJL  Marcel Beaunoyer 886-9626 tXX-k                  886-3321        '  CENTURY ROCK]  885-59101  Rock Wills  Patios  Facings  Winters  G & D Contracting  ���Sand & Gravel Deliveries,  ���Stump Removal  Gary Davies 886-9585  ^Dan Zuell    886-8070  BIQ EAQLE Enterprises Ltd.  Custom Built Sun Decks   - Fencing  Patio Doors -Skylites and Windows  Renovations and Additions  Fret Estimates  Mike 886-2688  P.O. Sox 1389  Gibsons. BCJ  ��� GEN. CONTRACTORS*  Cantral Qradlng ��  Onvtal  ������'��������� Cnithtd��ieit4fltdawngiM  UwKWtnatf t������^ * .twie.^o,*,|Miio welt  FBK ttmrei lutlHI fjaamm ejmtp.)  Res. and Comm. Salts  ($10.00 a pick-up Id.)  Beside SutMM't on Eatt nrptmlayM.  m-mr trM8-N4lM��.Sai  HEATING  ^"SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.���>  ��� Gas Fireplaces "CZait   ��� Wood Stoves  ��� Wood Fireplaces        itStS'   ��� Chimneys (Hi-Temp)  ��� Inserts "Sara   a Liners  STEVE CHRISTIAN Complete Sales��Installations  Certllled Technician IT'S ALL WE 00  I    885-7171 Silily i Silltlictlon Omnntwd j  ICG LIQUID QAS  ��� Auto Propane   ;  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  885-2360  Hwy 101, across St.  Irom Big Mac's. Sechelt  MARINE SERVICES  SUN DECKS  by  WRIGHT'S CONSTRUCTION  Free estimate  885-7736 885-7099  im*mi.    Cottretl's Marine Service  fJUl SERVICE TO All  MAKFS  ���I     IMS      Specializing in Merc Outboard  n!wcD^"^B��      * ���'���"��� *'����� rebuilding  diver        mar- Located at  BOAT *#        Smitty's Marina, Gibsons  HAULING SHOP 886-7711     RES 885-5840  Pbcfgrrigs Schedule  VANCOUVER   SECHEIT IHNINSULA  JERVIS INLFT  KIE?iH.ii.LVarj:i'T'ITr  Lv. Langdale  6:20 am      2:30 pm  8:30 NT       4:30  10:30 6:30  12:25 pm M 8:20 M  M daaatat MavaeKh Sue  Lv. Horseshoe Biy  7:30 am      3:30 pm M  9:30 M        5:30  11:30 7:25 M  1:15 pm      9:15  Lv. Earlt Cove  6:40 am      4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pmM 10:20 M  Lv. Saltery Bay  5:45 M     3:30 pm  7:35        5:30 M  9:25 M     7:30  11:30       9:30  atari: TMnalMM  "FM faeey" raa aa  lewlate laaaayi 1 HaMtp  (via Park I Read MoMh Rd i Seecel Gawa, PI * Fianhlea. Laaetr leee Slapl  Gibsons Bus Schedule  Elleclive March I, 1989  Ivel Meneei Franklin Feeetiall Peek t Raad ltd I  Depart  Mill       5:45  7:45  9:45  11:45  Arrive  Langdale 6:10  Ferry Ter 1:10  10:10  12:10  Depart  Lower     6:15  Bus Slop 8:15  10:15  12:15  Arrive  Mill       6:30  6:30  10:30  12:30  Saa 6ue Oreva, la, Lan|dala Halgleir. lonneabraak Hamate.  Waadeeeaah Pa,h Seleedulee  FARES Adults Seniors Children (6-12) Comm. Tickets  Oul ol Town   $1.50    SI.00 75       SI 25/rldi  In Town .75       .75 75  These transportation schedules sponsored by  SoKCsoftt Agenciw  INSURANCE        aamm TRAVEL  Insurance  CwMpklft  Notary  _ 886-2000 886-9255  Had Carpet Satelea from frieadlt Hoiea*lonela In Simnecraat Mall, Qtbaon:  .r-.e*,*. �� - >   ���   ' - - ��� ���- -,.f�� '  .      ��      i,it��ie>x Coast News, June 11,1990  15.  GIVE DAD  NEW POWER  On His Day  Sunday, June 17th  BENCHMARK  POWER  TOOLS  A Limited Time  Offer - While  Supplies Last at...  id��-  BUILDING  SUPPLIES,  107.  O OFF  HOME/.1LI  BUILDING CENTRE  npn  Ope'n 7 Days A Week: 8.00 am lo 5.00 pm (Sundays 10:00 am lo 4.00 pml  883-9551  Sunshine Coast Highway, Madeira Park (Van. 669-2604)  Parks Plan 90 announced  Parks Minister Ivan Messmer  announced June 7 Parks Plan  90, a planning process that will  shape the future of British Columbia's parks.  "British Columbians have  been blessed and challenged by  our natural heritage," Messmer  said. "BC Parks' ultimate aim  is 10 establish a system of parks  'Vision' unacceptable  Time For A-B-C's...    %  "A" Want Ad 'Wrings You Ready "Cash!  Continued from page 1  The appellants maintain that far  more residents actually take  water from the creeks, either  sporadically or on an ongoing  basis.  The permit issued to the  Ministry of Forests requires a 30  metre buffer zone on both sides  of creeks in the area.  Others testifiying against the  permit were Donna White and  Anna Wayburg who reside near  one of the spray area. They  both expressed concern about  Ihe herbicide affecting domestic  and wild animals, as well as  people in the area who drink  from the streams and eat the  wild berries every summer.  The spray areas are not  marked because, according to  the Ministry of Forests, the herbicide breaks down so rapidly it  is not a concern.  John Hind-Smith testified as  a person who has spent 10 years  working as a volunteer to brini  Sunshine Coast  Services  Directory  MARINE SERVICES  MISC SERVICES  1 meTCrui/er  I Mercury Outboards  mw AB HaADDOCK MMINE ltd.  GaidenBay.BC.      "M"       883-2811  D  MARINE WAYS  BOATMOVINB  POWER WASHING  &  weeaneer  Marina is> Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove U5-7IU  MARINE SPECIALISTS 2t vears  PARTS ��� SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  PENINSULA INDUSTRIE  & LOGGING SUPPLIES  PORT  MELLON  & GIBSONS  ��� Hydraulic Hose & Fittings  ��� Misc. Industrial Products  ��� Wire Rope & Rigging  ��� Welding Supplies  Gibsons 886-2480  Port Mellon 884-5303     Van'Direct W9~ml  1042 Hwy. 101, Gibsons (across from Kenmac)  ^  fk.J. (JTM) WALLACE  84 Hr. Telephone 886-4883  1188 Rosamund, Qlbsons  ttea pp at Dtjttejg  ih  ACCOUNTING  ���ooxoarnro  BUDQETS  INVESTMENTS  PAYROLL  MXAIIOa*  INVENTORY  rUTHERUU.P%��,U  lOUTIOARDJ tR  -���*fgyi YANMAR   V  STERN DBIVCS INBOABOS    DIESEL ENGINES*]  Pjrts a, Service lor All M.ike", eel Outlxwrds  financing available   P-*.��'l* or Dryland VHF6& ,6  ^dt COHO MARINA, Madeira Park 883-1119;  JAGOBSSN FEEDS       ~  6452 Norwest Bay Road  888-9S69 Your Authorized Dealer  We carry a complete line of  Animal Feeds & Supplies  the growing people'  CHAINSAWS  SALES & SERVICE  I KELLY'S LAWNMOWER 8.  CHAINSAW LTD.]  731 NORTH r6aC>  886-2912 A  ,   .,,.,���. ���Volvo  , [vinruoe  eV Salt Water Licencesmf*....^  * Motel & Campsites * Water Taxi ^ermf*w-  * Marine Repairs       * Ice and Tackle    M3-2264  MISC SERVICES  ���  A.D. 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B.C.  m  Oon Wilson  ���us. 686-9144  flit. 666-33047  SI  INSTALLATION  * Commercial & Residential*  ��� Carpet & Resilient Flooring*  ' " *   Phone   *���***��*  ,.,,..    ..        886*8868  .HO*"*5    SHOWROOM at  5601 Hwy. 101, Sechelt  Tuae.Frl., 12:30.$ Ml day Sal.  THC FIOOB iTOKI ��T VOUR n~e-  For successful  BUSINESS MEETINGS  targe or Small  CEDARS INN  895Hvery. 101, Gibsons  fax 866-3046    686-3008  Complete, Confidentnl, & Professional  BUSINESS t PERSONAL OFFICE SERVICES  mm,  liXtte gaper iBill        88.1-9911  886-7359  Conversion   Window:  Glass,  Auto & Marine Glass, Aluminum Windo,  & Screens   ���     ,���. ��� " ��� .   Mirrors  . Hwy 101 & Pratt Rd  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE )  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts t, f  Chris Napper M4-34S8  R.HJ4, St, C78,  Voibsons, B.C. VOW 1V0  tanlng .   ,  ���Beams       uXkJ  -  salmon stocks back into some  of the streams in the arra. He  questioned the affect of Vision  on the spawning streams.  Throughout the witness'  testimony, the message kept  recurring that because no data is  required on the complete  chemical formula in Vision,  there is no way of guaranteeing  or predicting its impact on  humans or the environment.  Dr. Larson, who chaired the  hearing, and Dr. Smith, the  other panel member, questioned  the witnesses on their testimony.  The afternoon saw the permit  holders presenting their case.  Mel Scotl, acting as  spokesman for the Ministry of  Forests, explained lhat several  alternatives had been considered  for these cut blocks, but the use  of Vision had been selected as  the most desirable.  In addressing the concerns of  the appellants, he stated, "We  rely on the registration process  to register the chemical and we  seek other information."  After lengthy debate on the  actual toxicity of some of the  chemicals involved he summed  up his stance, "Generally, I  believe, and I think it's accepted  by the scientific community,  that low levels of these  substances have no impact."  Harry Barrett, Sunshine  Coast Silviculture Resource Officer, outlined the criteria considered before deciding the best  vegetation management program. Sixteen factors are considered including: ecological site  factors, cost, terrain difficulty,  risks to workers, soil and water  and acceptability of treatments  lo other resource agencies.  He told the hearing that the  sheep grazing method is being  considered for the future.  "We're watching the Port  Alberni experiment very closely  and we'd definitely like to use it  as a different option."  However, there are difficulties involved in that pro-  less, too. Jusi getting the sheep  into the area is a problem.  Also the sheep musl be moved in and oul of the area at  specific times to prevent their  consuming crop trees under  specific circumstances.  "If it proves lo be successful  (in Port Alberni) we would like  to try a pilot or even operational  project in our district," he  staled.  In ihe meantime, Barrett insisted, herbicide application is  the most cost effective, safest  form of brush control.  He added that, although the  permit allows for two applications, this will only be necessary  on approximately 10 per cent of  the area, and one-time light  spraying over the major portion  should be all that is needed.  Manual brushing will be done  within 30 metres of the streams.  During Barrett's cross-  examination by the appellants'  representative, il was brought  oul that a local contracting firm  had estimated they could  manually brush the same areas  for the cost quoted for the herbicide treatment. But Barren  said that would not change his  preference.  Manual brushing, he staled,  is more dangerous lo l he  workers and can involve more  damage lo the environment.  The permit holders gave a  slide show familiarizing the  panel with the area and pointing  out factors which had led to  their decision.  At the conclusion of the  testimony, chairman Larson  commented, "I think, from the  panel's poinl of view, we're  looking at an area which is considerably more habilaled than  we're used lo dealing with. For  example, al one of the hearings  I attended a year or so ago, it  was brought out in evidence  that there was not any human  being within SO miles of the  spray area. This appears to be  quite different."  He asked the appellants and  the Ministry of Forests personnel to cooperate in gathering accurate information on exactly  how populated the area is, in  and around and down the  streams. He stated that the  panel would not make any decision until they received this additional information.  Ministry of Forests pCTSonnel  and the appellants are meeling  early this week lo compile the  information.  which balances conservation  .and recreation. In order to  acluerve the goal, we must plan  for the long term, with full  public participation.'  There are four Parks Plan 90  documents to encourage discussion and comments from British  Columbians: Parks Plan 90;  Summary, Parks Plan 90;  Landscapes for BC Parks,  Parks Plan 90; Special Features  for BC Parks; and Striking the  Balance (third edition).  Beginning in the fall of 1990,  the public in every part of the  province will be invited to ex  press its views on Parks Plan 90  documents. BC Parks will also  meet wilh interest groups, industry and business.  After the public meetings, an  action plan will be prepared in  1991. At that time, areas will be  targeted for study, and a  timetable and process for completion of the parks system will  be suggested.  The documents released on  June 7 explain the role and  responsibly of BC Parks, and  describe the steps required to  deal with proposals for additional parks.  ^-DEPENDABLE ���  AUIO SERVICE  DIB TOO XHOW...  We're known for successful  TROUBLE  SHOOTING  The South Cout's Only  BCAA AffEOTBP Shop (BpgOjjl cornlderauon to BCAA members)  ^  ^OHUCdCH   AUTOMOTIVE  You will receive a very special  gift when you make your move  ALLIED  with Allied... and its FREE!  TeheCarelU Movers  When you make your move wilh Allied, in addition lo quality  service you will receive your personal "SEARS WELCOME HOME  MERCHANDISE SAVINGS BOOK" thai can save you up lo 25% oil  Ihe regular price on merchandise you will need "when you move  mlo your new home  Call now! top your my.  no obligation ratleeialr  LED WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  u..~CuI,om p,cWn*' Storage*, Local l Long Distance Mo,Ing  HWY. 101, GIBSONS PeeedeeMaeboeeiWsloeeiers 886-2664  please CALL COLLECT  LIFE FELLOWSHIP  New Testament Church  5531 Wharf Rd., Sechelt  Sun. Warship Service      10:30 am  Wed. Bible Study 7:30 pm  Morning Prayer 6:30-7:45 am  Tues.-Sat.  Now Lil* Christian Academy  Enrolling Kindergarten ��� Grade 12  Pastor Ivan Fox  Principal. Davis Clifl  Phone 885-4775 or e985-2672  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Service  GIBSONS  Glassford Road 11:15am  SundaySchool 11:15am  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay 9:30 am  SundaySchool 9:30 am  Rev. Stan Sears  Church Telephone eSe36-2333  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  School Rd.. opposite RCMP  Sunday School 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Phone: Church Olfice 88e8-7107  Pastor Dan MacAulay 886-7107  Youth Pasior J. Morris 886-3499  Allillaled wilh the Pentecostal  Assemblies of Canada  ANGLICAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH OF CANADA  St. Columba of lona Parish  e9835 Redroofls Rd..  Hallmoon Bay  1st. 3rd, 5th Sundays  Holy Communion, 2 pm  The Rev. Canon E.S. Gale  1-525-6760  Inlormalion: 885-7088  "Prayer Book Anglican"  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road  Telephone: 886-2611  SundaySchool 9:30 am  Worship Service 11:00 am  Hour of Inspiration 7:00 pm  Cal Mclver, Pastor  Arlys Peters. Music Minister  "The Bible as It Is...  lor People as they are."  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to join us  in Sunday Worship  Children's Progress 9:45 am  Prayer 10:00 am  Morning  Worship Service 10:45 am  Wednesday 7:00 pm  599 Gower Point Road  Pastor Monty McLean  886-7049  LIVING FAITH       Nj  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Whitaker Road & Coast Highway  Davis Bay ,385-2202  Rev. Frank W. Schmitt, Pastor  Sunday Worship 11:00 am  Vacation Church School  July 23 to 27  For information call 885-5792  Come Grow With Us  ANGLICAN  CHURCH OF CANADA  Sunday 10:30 am  Parish Family Eucharist  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  Wednesday 10:30 am  Worship and Bible Study  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  Rev. Esther North 886-7410  The Anglican Parish of  St. Aidan & St. Bartholomew  PENDER HARBOUR  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  Lagoon Road, Madera Park  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Sunday School-all ages    9:45 am  Prayer & Bible Study  Wednesday 7:30 pm  883-2374 & 883-9441  Pastor Mike Klassen  Affiliated with the Pentecostal  Assemblies ot Canada  GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:30 am  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship    7 pm In homes  Wednesday  Bible Study 7:30 in homes  J. Cameron Fraser. Paster  885-7488 Olllce 885-9707  A     THE  ANGLICAN CHURCH  OF CANADA  St. Hilda's ��� Sechelt  Sunday Services 8 & 9:30 am  Nursery & Sun. School 9:30 am  St. Andrew's - Pender Harbour  Regular Sun. Worships 11:30 am  ,385-5019 Rev. June Matlin  "We extend a Warm Welcome  to all"  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  MASS SCHEDULE  Saturday  5:00 pm St. Mary's Gibsons  6:30 pm Pender Harbour  (July - August)  Sunday  9:00 am Indian District  10:00 am Holy Family Sechelt  12:00 noon St. Mary's Gibsons  CONFESSIONS  1st & 3rd Sat. 4-4:30 pm  Holy Family Sechelt  2nd & 4th Sat. 4:30-5 pm  St. Mary's Gibsons  MS-M26  ���iMMMM Coast News, June 11,1990  Pender Patter  Coach line to Pender not worthwhile  by Myrtle Wbcfcatef gjjjg  When Maverick Coach Lines  increased its servic* to Pender  Harbour, it was to find out if  enough people would use it to  make it worthwhile. Apparently  it isn't.  Maverick has applied to the  Motor Carrier Commisssion to  "change lime schedules" bn-  ween Vancouver and Sechelt.  The change in time schedule  means cancelling the 2:30 pm  Vancouver-Sechelt run and the  6: IS am Kleindale-Sechell run  and replacing the former with a  4:30 pm Vancouver-Sechelt run.  The latter is, as they say, toast.  You may object in writing to  the Motor Carrier Commission,  4240 Manor Street, Burnaby,  BC, V5G 3X5 before June IS.  The service removal is planned  for July I.  PANCAKE BREAKFAST  The Pender Harbour Lioness  Club will hold a pancake  breakfast at Lions Park for  Father's Day on Sunday, June  17 from 8 am until noon.  Profits will be donated to the  Petnder Harbour Volunteer Fire  Department's   Emergency  .Equipment Fund.  LEGION ENTERTAINMENT  This weekend, Friday and  Saturday, Jimmy Dougan of  Texada Island will provide live  entertainment at the Pender  Harbour Legion. No news yet  on the date of the next dart  tournament.  Mountain Coast Hobbies  Joe Pehab, president of the Peadtr Harbour Lions Club  presented Bill Griffith, preside* of Ike Area A clinic expansion  committee with a cheque for $2000. -A.aCookpkoio  Egmont musicians  rated outstanding  Fire meeting held  ll was standing room only at  I the Egmont Coffee House on  ; May   31.   Post   performance  I comments   rated  the  show  outstanding, memorable, and  ��� intimate.  Denny Bohmer, the show's  : promoter, started with the  ; Leonard Cohen tune, 'Suzanne'  ; (the oldest coffee house tune he  ��� remembers), then carried on  < with a few Beatles, Eagles, and  . Arlo Guthrie tunes.  The crowd of about 50 was  very supportive and quickly  relaxed in what had to be the  cutest coffee house atmosphere  ever seen. Candlelit and  flowered tables, inviting stage  lighting, and a superb stage  sound enhanced the club-like atmosphere. Coffee, tea and  locally-produced baked goodies  were available in abundance.  The absolute essence of what  makes coffee houses dynamic  and unforgetable was captured  in performances by Bruce  Hillhouse, Maureen Griffith,  and Jack Lavalee.  Bruce, who has never played  in public before and admitted  experiencing different degrees  of terror (I saw him shaking),  was asked to do a repeat performance on his banjo and the  Irish tin whistle. Both are surprisingly dynamic instruments  though a PA system.  Maureen captivated the audience with her recital of poems  by Earl Birney, whose prose and  Egmont  News  Fantastic  evening  by Ann Cook, 883-9911  The Coffee House evening  was fantastic, in fact we are all  anticipating the next one on the  last Thursday of June. So come  out and enjoy yourself and  share the experience.  Bring   your   children   and  grandparents as the evening of  music and entertainment is for  all ages.  IT'S A TOY  Congratulations  to  Marten  and Lyn Mees on the arrival of  their son Uriah Jastaro born  June I.  THIS WEEK'S REMINDERS  Monday is rrcovery day from  Egmont Community Day weekend.  Wednesday is library morning and the clinic will be at 2:30  in the afternoon. The thrift  store will be open all day.  Thursday is yoga, 10:30 al  Ihe school.  Friday and Saturday, shop  for a Father's Day gift,  PAT ON THE BACK  To everyone who contributed  lo help make Egmont Community Day so successful and  enjoyable.  THUMP ON THE HEAD  To anyone who thinks it's  okay to D and D, or allow  friends to D and D.  Portable  Toilet  ��� Construction Sites  ��� Special Events  ��� Outdoor Picnics  ��� Weddings, etc.  Septic Tank Pumping  Bonniebrook  Industries  Ma-7064  imagery Hashed through the appreciative crowd.  Jack Lavalee, a regular  visitor to the Egmont area,  made a surprise appearance and  played some old, cheatin', tear-  jerking heart breakers by Hank  Williams, Ernest Tubbs, and  Woody Guthrie.  The final song,  'Moondance', a trio effort by  Denny, Steve Leander, lead  guitar, and Sue Marlatt, flute,  was upstaged by a trio of preschoolers. The crowd was entranced by Kaila Silvey, Jervis  Grey (who made faces), and  Scarlet Hunt as they sang 'It's a  Small World After All', bringing the curtain down on a  tremendously memorable evening of music and prose.  Denny would like to thank  everyone who brought baking,  made coffee, cleaned and set  up, all the performers, and the  warm, warm audience that supported them. Thank you all for  a special night.  The next coffee house will be  Thursday, June 28. New performers and spectators, no experience necessary, please drop  in.  Call Denny at 883-9375 or  Marten at 883-1188 for more information.  by Bruce Hillhouse  Another fire protection  meeling was held al Ruby Lake  on June 6 which was attended  by a number of residents and  three Ministry of Lands and  Forests representatives.  Forestry official Ron Diprose  made a presentation to the attendants on fire fighting techniques, the appointment of a fire  marshal, and the possibility of  establishing a fire protection  district which would encompass  Egmont, Earls Cove and Ruby  Lake.  Fire fighting equipment, including a pump, 2000 feet of  hose, tools and first aid equipment, was left at Ruby Lake  Resort for use by residents as a  first response to forest or  domestic fires in the vicinity.  A demonstration on the use  and maintenance of the equipment  was given  by  forestry  employees, and a follow-up  meeting has been planned for  July 3 which will again be attended by employees of the  forestry department.  A more complete demonstration will be carried out and local  pumps will be inspected. Jeremy  Hunt of Ruby Lake volunteered  for the post of fire marshal. His  duties will include confirmation  of fire reports to the Forestry  Department and organizing  people who are immediately  available to fight a fire.  Headquarters for:  S.C. Strategic Gamin Club  S.C. Modelers  Ifcedio Ceeeeteeel Aircraft)  S.C. Model Railroad Clu,y  Blood. Sweat & Gears  IHaeleo Coeeeeeel Ian Ca. Club,  648 Dolphin St., Sechelt  (Across from the RCMP)  GARDEN BAY  HOTEL  ���sS,  Drop oil Your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  at  B&JSTORE  in Hallmoon Bay  until 3:30 Friday  "A Fetaetdly Peeapta Plica"  The Pender Harbour and District  Health Centre Society  is pleased to announce that  Dr. Vineyard Choy, DMO  will be commencing dental practice in the Health  Centre building at 6066 Frances Peninsula Road,  Madeira Park, starting in July 1990.  Enjoy a Day of Business; Leisure  and Shopping In  VENICE NORTH  (Pender Harbour Has  AUTOMOIIVL  PENDER HARBOUR  CHEVRON  Complete Auto Repair  24 HOUR TOWING  883-2392  COAIT IZII  In Pender Harbour Centre  883-9099  -..* .i7^:nT".i   ������*,�����i*.  JiH-i^ -.^-Jf*.-*'Sf^t^-HT'^r'^L'H"iL. Jl. Z��-LT.-���:'JT-��  . ���^���J..--1  ��� "   IliMiMMiMMl  MM Gibsons Wildlife Club  Duck support urged  by Pat MuWgan  Mary, our secretary, is away  for awhile so I have txen in  itiated to substitute for her, for  this column only.  The subject was left to me. It  would be very easy to write on  Pender Harbour  Fire Protection District  BURNING PERMITS  April 15 to October 31,1990  at:    Oak Tree Market  Madeira Park 883-2411  Cliff Orr  John Henry's Store  Garden Bay 883-2253  Denny Bowen  Fire Marshall  TERMINAL  Rarest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  ��� CEDAR ��� FIR ��� HEMLOCK ���  886-7033  ANNOUNCEMENT  ICQ Utilities (British Columbia) Ltd. is planning to construct  approximate 25 km of 3" to 4" diameter steel intermediate  pressure feeder lines, associated PE distribution systems of  varying sizes between IV to 6" diameter with the approximate  total length of 60km. The work is planned for the fall of 1990.  The contracts for ths work will be awarded by competitive, tender  open to pre-qualifled contractors.  ICQ invites interested contractors who have experience and  expertise in the construction of gas distribution systems to obtain  pre-qualification information from:  Project Manager  ICG Utilities (British Columbia) Ltd.  #110-800 Tolmie Avenue  Victoria, B.C. V8X 3W4  Tel: (604) 380-3300  Fax: (604) 380-3378  Pre-qualification submissions and special interests must be  received by ICG at the above address on or before June 22,1990.  matters that are affecting our  lives, such as pollution, acid  rain, poor to terrible logging  practice, a government who  has lip service to environmental  prosecutions, but I'm not going  to because this time I have good  news.  For many years my favourite  sport has been bird watching,  mostly migratory ducks and  geese. 1 worked for the Fish and  Wildlife Branch for 31 and a  half years and part of my duty  was to census ducks and record  their activities. After many  years you begin to see changes,  good or bad, because of your  experiences.  It was with a certain amount  of personal alarm that 1 began  to note the decline of diving  ducks, of all species. 1 contacted  the Canadian Wildlife Service  and asked why the great decline.  1 never got an explanation, but  by reading articles on the subject and my own observations 1  found that loss of habitat, low  water, pollution and congestion  in US waters was affecting our  diving ducks. I observed the  same ducks down south in the  US.  1 was a hunter of ducks and  geese starting around 1934 in  the Ladner area. Boundary Bay  at that time was a sight to  behold. Many nights I tried  sleeping on the beach and could  not sleep for the noise made by  the birds. Thousands were coming and going and calling.  Don't expect to see that today. Gone are the multitude of  shore birds, gone are the hundreds of Scaup and Scoters and  old Squaw. Oh! There are still a  few, but only a few in comparison to timn past.  Well what do we do about it?  1 wrote a letter this spring to the  editor of a local newspaper. It  was printed in part, but he did  print my concern about diving  birds, not only ducks.  1 got no response from readers. 1 had hoped my remarks  would spark some controversy.  By coincidence as soon as the  article appeared 1 saw change;  change for the bettCT.  Along our Sunshine Coast 1  found ducks and diving birds,  not seen by this writer for some  years, and 1 have lived here  since 1969.  lt was possible in a couple of  hours to find Scaup, goldeye,  eye (both) Bufflehead, Harlequin to name a few. Not our  White Winged Scaler, and that  is disturbing. In the Ladner/-  Boundary Bay area I looked for  Red Head and Canvas back  without success.  There is hope, however.  There was by Canadian Wildlife  Service personnel standards at  least, 2000 Scaup in and around  Stanley Park and Vancouver  Harbour. I saw some, lt was a  thrill to see ihem.  I do not credit the Canadian  Wildlife Service with any increase we have in migratory  birds. If nesting areas are improving (Habitat Protection)  Ducks Unlimited should get the  applause. If you are not aware  of Ihe work of Ducks Unlimited, you should be.  By international agreement  they are buying and restoring  vast areas of ex-marsh areas  with money provided by both  the US and Canadian citizens.  Not only do they benefit ducks  and geese, they provide good  habitat for our song birds.  If you feel the urge to assist  wildlife you should possibly  consider becoming a member of  Ducks Unlimited, Canada, lt is  inexpensive and they send out  publications keeping you  abreast of their projects.  It's the best show in town.  You can see your money at  work. Their address is Ducks  Unlimited Canada, 1190  Waverley Street, Winnipeg,  Manitoba. R3T 2E2.  Coast News, June 11,1990  Father's Day  Specials at..  BudRiks  ALL  New Cassettes & CD's  New Nintendo & Sega Games  (Except those already Sale Priced)  10%0FF  IU/U  Reg. Pric  17.  Reg. Price  ' Tsrsds Square, SscM  (Just behind Tri*Photo)  885-4888  Mon.-Thurs. 10:30-7  Fri. & Sat. 10:304  Sunday  j*8r  Talent search  continues for PNE  ^  by Ruth Forrester  -, 4 ! . ���������  Auditions were held on June  9 for the preliminary contest  which qualifies the winner to  compete in the PNE's annual  Youth Talent Search in August.  The local part of this contest  will be held during Sechelt  Celebration Days, July 1.  In the local contest the winner  will be awarded $100 and the  right to compete at the PNE.  The Grand Award winner at  the PNE will receive $500 plus  airfare to Memphis to compete  in the International Finals and  the President's Trophy. First  runner up will receive $250, se  cond runner up $100, third $50  and all other finalists $25.  fl                          s  -   Hemstolk s Hunting   ;  F & Fishing Supplies    :  ��������                885-4090 . .               ��  RED TAG  SALE  Specials for  DAD  JR1  a?   <   m  *.   at j         mm  throughout  the storel  - ���  Bmi  1 > ' HI  EXAMPLE!  .45 Colt Semi Auto  Reg. SSSS.00  ���550--  5649 Teredo St..  Sechelt  (Green Gables  Building)  VW^H           -mm.      W'iWL  4for3  in ��\ em remit  AU-MMONMDML  ARHiVA  WHITEWALL  COODfVEAR  GRAND SLAM TIRE SALE  PltUWU  pteiewn  FW4.-IMI1  Pill >wn  pi��;��u  P.KH.TM14  MOfteJWI  p;is IWU  ���m;��u  PJ317WIJ  *****   i***  111(07   t  71 It  HIS'      un  27197  796 9!  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Spruce Deck Pales  .64��/ea  Interior  FRENCH  DOORS  2/6x6/8  *11000/ea  Paint Grade  Cabinet  DRAWER  GLIDES  22" While  *550Ae,  Reg. $7.00  110�� European  FLUSH HINGE  $199/,  Reg. $2.59  Super 1 Time  LATTICE  SPECIALS  4x8 Treated  Privacy Plus  *16����/,h,  Reg. $25.00  4x8 Regular Lattice  $1399  Reg. $16 00  PLASTIC  LAMINATE  One Time Price  $2900/  While or Almond  sht.  Sale Ends lune 15 or While Stock Lasts  -THE  XLTERNATIVE  All Sales Cash & Carry  Spaciallllna in  Woodworking * Intewtof  FlnUhlng Materials  OPEN:  SM'-i* 5:0��   HWY. 101, GIBSONS 886-3294  &�����? 18  Coast News, June 11,1990  In Gibsons Harbour  Council to discuss hotel  by Jell Ctirprnlrr  J.A. Reid aticiulcd I he June 5  Ciibsons Council meeting and  asked council lo reach a deci  sion thai nighl on ihe alleralions  lo ihe walerfronl hotel plans.  Reid represenls the company  which purchased lots 5,6,7 and  8 on Gower Poinl Rood for  FIRE DEPARTMENT  P 0   BOX 8. GIBSONS. B C   VON 1V0  886-7777 or 886-2345  The Gibsons Volunteer Fire Department would like lo thank the  following groups and individuals lor then support during our 7th  annual B C Firelighters Fishing Derby Through their generosity contributions will be made lo the Vancouver Burn Unit and  the Sunshine Coast Salmon Enhancement Society  developmenl of a 'destination  hotel' K'side Ihe marina.  He showed Gibson* Council  plans lor Ihe hold which includes a commercial complex  Ibr offices, beauty salons or  e>iher uses and a pub for hotel  and marina trade with a sealing  capacity of 50 lo ��).  The walerfronl hold plans  show 18 rooms to be built, 10  less lhan Ihe originally proixescd  28 Units.  Reid said in a possible second  phase he would like lo pul in  more rooms, bin nol with ihe  interest rales as ihey are now.  Reid staled, "I ihink we've  incl ihe basic criteria. (The new  plan) addresses mosl of ihe concerns. Ii has a completely dif-  fercni appearance now. Using  concrete should correct ihe  height problem."  lie added, "My function is to  develop tl project. own il and be  involved in management and  make sure il is up and running.  "We retained ownership of  Dcnnuiti Place nl Stanley Park  up lo 25 vears before wc eventually si.iii ii."  Reid said ihe second lloor  will have function rooms and  aid (here is 'a lack of meeting  rooms in Gibsons'.  According lo Reid the rooms  would be rented as "aeeom-  modalion lo summer boalcrs  for a weekend or ihrrc days,"  bin in ihe winter when there is  less demand for vacation ae-  commodalion, "we would c\-  piAi ihem lo rem for a longer  icrin."  lu response lo a question  Irom Alderman Cierry Dixon  Kcid said, "We don'l want lo  lease leir a year."  Reid asked council lo conic lo  a decision on the new plans lhal  nighl.  Mayor Strom explained to  Reid, "Wc do nol deal with  delegations and petitions on the  same nighl."  Municipal Planner Buchan  stild die amended plans have  ejeiuc a long way lo addressing  the seven points of concern he  had identified, including height  anil ihe visual impact on Ceib-  M>ll'>.  Council made a nun ion lo  hold a special meeling to discuss  he new plans for the walerfronl  hold alter the planning meeling  June 12.  SECHELT/GIBSONSAREA  AN INVITATION TO BUSINESS  OPERATORS AND ENTREPRENEURS  ��� Starting a new beueneai!  ��� Expanding an exerting bustiaew?  ��� Manufacturing a product! ��� Exporting a product!  The Ministry of Regional and Economic Developmenr can help.  Economic Development Officers from the Mainland/Southwest  Regieen will be in  Swhelt on Wednesday, June 20  and in Gibsons on Thursday. June 21  M the Rertponal District Office,  5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt  To beeok an .appointment in Sechelt/Gibsons for orw-on-one  discussions of your business proposals and ideas contacr:  The Government Aaetea Office,  102 Tm-eJ,e Square. Scehe-lt  lleoen-: ��SSSl��r .,r Fnee: S8S-I710  VI  Tewtheir. A IVner H.C.  Hnneld leeni! MLA  Hemeeurnhlc Stnnicy R. Hogcn  Minister eel Reglnnnl nnd Ee���ie���mii DevdpmBht  In two and a hall years as a builder-developer in the Gibsons area,  Hans Ounpuu has built 55 townhomes, including Twin Oaks Village and  Phase 1 & 2 ol Sunshine Ridge Townhomes.  His experience is evident in his latest design, proving thai the carefree  townhome style ol living can be achieved with style and class.  Each unit features a Jacuzzi tub. a comer atone fireplace, 5 appliances, skylights, oak cabinet*. 36 oz. quality pile carpets, mini blinds  throughout, fully landscaped grounds, plus many other extras.  The Grand Opening oi Reed Wood Townhomes is June 15, 16, and 17.  You are invited to be there. There may be a Reed Wood Townhome in  your future.  Reed Wood Townhomes represents  excellent value.  A DISTINCTIVE TOWNHOME DEVELOPMENT  ��� 6 Single Level Townhomes      - All Corner or End Units   ��� Maintenance Free  - 2 Bedrooms - No Stairs - Energy Efficient - Cedar Shake Roofs  MARKETED BY LISA KELLER 886-4680    RES. 946-0887 MONTREAL TRUST 278-8181  Thanks to the participation of these local Sub Trades & Suppliers  Floor Coverings  From  Free Estimates Phone 1-525-4466  Jamla McBflda  McBride's  Plumbing A Heating Ltd.  8010 Lakelield Drive   Burnaby. B.C. V5E 3W8  AFFORDABLE AND QUALITY SERVICE  Coast Turf & Tree  LANDSCAPING SPINKLER SYSTEMS  GROUNDS MAINTENANCE  REASONABLE RATES PROFESSIONAL SERVICE |  Dave Hume MS-3S03  Sethdl Fire Place lid.  tUn 2175, iethHl  BC   V0N3A0  Phone: iMMlMWri  Steve Christian  Compklp5jle*  A IntteiJIeiliont:  ���Ge.1  Href plM ��".  ���Wood Firepl.liet  ���All Wood Minn  Safes Manager/Certified Technician  3Be4l tfStiict on *9mJ Wood  GARRY'S CRANE SERVICE  886-7028  ffi��D SUftRIOOt LTD.  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The Sunshine  i i@  ^^S?i  Second Section  Queen candidates visit  Gibsons Council  by Jeff Carpenter  The Miss Gibsons contestants introduced ttrimtelves to Gibsons Council it last Tuesday's meeting  in preparation for the upcoming interview on June 27 and pageant at Elphinstone school on July 21.  ���Jelf eCerpeiter pkoto  School District No. 46  New director appointed  Terry Corcoran has been appointed to the position of Director of Instruction (Personnel) of  School District 46 (Sunshine  Coast).  Mr. Corcoran will take up his  new duties on August 1, 1990.  Presently, he is Regional  Superintendent, Department of  Education, Yukon. Corcoran  has been involved in education  since 1973 in the positions of  teacher, counsellor, vice-  principal, and principal at the  elementary and secondary  levels.  The new appointee to the  Sunshine Coast is a highly suc  cessful teacher and administrator, and has been an active contributor to his profession and to the communities in  which he has lived.  Jeffrey Smith has been appointed to the position of  Native Studies Curriculum  Development Coordinator. This  position is a joint venture between the school district and the  Sechelt Indian Band.  Present, Smith is the managing publisher of a Native-owned  trade book publishing company  in Penticton. He has extensive  experience with a similar native  studies project in the Okanagan  Valley and also has experience  working with 'at risk' students.  He brings with him a lot of  ideas to help aboriginal students  to be successful in school. It is  anticipated Smith will assume  his responsibilities in the  1990-91 school year.  Contestants for Miss Gibsons  presented themselves to Gibsons  Council last Tuesday.  The Miss Gibsons contestants  were chaperoned by Dick  Thomas, president of the  Chamber of Commerce, and introduced themselves to Gibsons  Council identifying themselves  and their sponsors.  After a contestant introduced  herself Mayor Strom presented  each with a pin.  The contestants who attended  the Tuesday, June S meeting in  order of their appearance were:  Jennifer Sinclaire, sponsored by  Sunnycrest Mall; Carol Evans,  Cedars Inn; Tanya Clark, Sunshine Coast Credit Union, Gibsons Branch; Tisha Toche, Andy's Restaurant; Nancy Robinson, Chamber of Commerce;  Michele Wilson, Bella Beach  Motel; Linda Negraiff, Gibsons  Realty; Tanya Phelps, Gibsons  Building Supplies; and Taunia  'McQueen, Royal Canadian  Legion.  Mayor Strom addressed the  , contestants saying, "You are all  fine young ladies and all of you  could represent the town well."  ��� '��� Alderman Dixon stated, "We  know only three or four of you  can win, but you are all winners  in our minds anyway."  Dick Thomas thanked Joy  Hill "who was on the Sea  Cavalcade Queen committee  and did a lot of work with functions."  Though the contestants were  not judged at the meeting they  will be judged on their personality, conversation skills,  knowledge and appearance al  an upcoming interview on June  27.  All of this is in preparation  for the July 21 pageant held at  Elphinstone Secondary School  where in addition to poise and  appearance, the contestants will  be judged for group performance and public speaking  before an expected 300 people.  After all the judges' points  are tallied Gibsons will have a  new Sea Cavalcade Queen.  Happy Holidays  Motorhome Rentals, Stilus & Service Lrd  SALE:  fVIO" Northern Lite Camper, Moleled Pibrevglae  Fits Long e%x Imports  8'4" Fits Short Beex Full Slid  ���I'O" Fits Midsiio Deedp: DnUtn  $7,490.  $8,760.  $9,495.  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VON 3A0  885-4490 20.  r  Coast News, June 11,1990  LEISURE  King of Safecrackers  Channel Eleven  Tuesday, June 12  5:00 p.m.  Forestry Land Use  Tony Greenfield talks with  Jim Gibson, Sandy Gibb and  Chris Ortner about new techniques in forestry.  6:00 p.m.  Korea-Canada's Forgotten War  The War Amps of Canada  lake us for a look al Canada's  efforts in the Korean War.  7:00 p.m.  A Different Look at  Restructuring on the Coast  Maureen Clayton talks with  Gordon Wilson, Howard White  and John Burnside aboul the  pros and cons of forming one  municipality   for   the   entire  Coasl.  8:00 p.m.  This New House Part 4  The mechanical part of your  new house is the lopic of the  Television Schedule  Courtesy of   ���  SOUTH COAST FORD  885-3281   fourth of this eight-part series  produced by Shaw Cable White  Rock.  8:30 p.m.  CAPE  Members   of   the   Coast  Association for the Preservation  of the Environment join us in  the studio to talk about the Save  the Strait marathon and Faire  Nanaimo lo Sechelt event.  Thursday, June 14  7:00 p.m.  Parliamentary Talkback  live Phone In  8:00 p.m.  This New House Part 5  More of the mechanical part  of your new house is the topic  of the fifth of this eight-part  serious   produced   by   Shaw  Cable White Rock.  8:30 p.m.  Sunshine Coast Breakaway  Dr. Barry Slein discusses the  Breakaway program with Program   Director  Karl  Ladwig,  Penticton   Program   Director  Danny   Highley  and  parents  April and John Mackenzie-  Moore.  Royal Canadian Legion 140  SECHELT  Due to the success  Friday steak dinners  will continue through June.  6-8 pm  Entertainment starts at 8 pm.   Members & Guests Welcome   Roberts Creek  LEGION  219  GENERAL MEETING  Wednesday, June 20, 1990  7:30 pm  Last meeting before summer break.  We look forward to seeing you.  ������������������������������������*������������������  JH  LEVOLOR  SALE  LIMITED  TIME  ONLY.  RIV,ERABLINDS  1&1/2 in.  TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY TO SAVE, eV.ATV  EXPERIENCE THE LEVOLOR DIFFERENCE  HURRY-LAST DAY  TO ORDER JULY 6,1990  ROBERT HONEY  INTERIORS  885-4044  5639 Wharf Road, Sechelt  | Tuesday ��� Friday 12 ��� 4 p.m.  HOWARD WHITE  and Sunshine Coast NDP Clubs present  BOB BOSSIN *  I    New & Used Songs     %  "Not many people in the world can write songs  that are funny, informative and inspiring at the  same time. Bossin can." ���Pete Seeger  "Bob Bossin has the ear of a poet, a painter's eye and the  wit of a true common sense philosopher." -Bruce 'Utah' Phillips  BOB BOSSIN   In Concert  8:00 pm  Friday, June 15 ��� Madeira Park Hall  Saturday, June 16 ��� Roberts Creek Hall  Tickets at Coast Bejoksrore, Talewind Beeoks, Beeoks & Stuff,  Kenmar Draperies or Linnadine's Shoes,  or by phone: 886-3242 or 883-9298  Arcade of  Mysteries  by Peter Trower  Yegg King Denies He's Too  Noisy  Herbert Emerson Wilson,  who calls himself 'The King of  the Safecrackers', pleaded not  guilty to a charge under Vancouver's anti-noise by-law.  He is charged wilh operating  a loudspeaker 'in such a manner  as unduly to disturb the comfort  and convenience of ihe public'  al Wilson's Arcade of  Mysteries, 985 Granville.  Police Constable Fred Mercer  testified lhat a masked man sat  in the window of Wilson's Arcade inviting people to 'come  and see Canada's mastermind  of crime and olher displays. He  said il was similar lo the type of  invitation heard al a circus  sideshow,  Mrs. A.G. Clark, proprietor  of a women's apparel store adjoining Wilson's Arcade, said  lhal ihe 'lei-luring type' of  speech over the loudspeaker had  a detracting effect on her business. Mrs. Clark admitted thai  she didn't like Wilson's Arcade  next to her store and would like  lo see him move. The trial will  continue before Magistrate  Harold Harklev, January 6.  Vancouver Sun, Dec. 17, 1959.  The whole matter is duly  resolved about a month later.  Noise Law Charge Silenced by  Court.  Herbert Emerson Wilson  won an acquittal on a noise  violation charge evolving from  a loudspeaker al his Arcade of  Mysteries. The charge laid by  Mrs. A.G. Clark, proprietress  of a women's apparel store was  thrown oul by Magistrate  Harold Hurkley.  Vancouver Sun, Jan. 14, I960.  It is one of the few times in  Herb Wilson's long and curious  career lhal he will come oul on  the winning side in a court case.  The disgruntled Mrs. Clark is  reduced to pounding futilely on  the communal wall with her  broomstick again. Flushed with  victory, Wilson simply ignores  her.  Aboul a week after his successful day in court, Wilson  decidevto augment his raihetiif  skimpy collection of exhibits  wilh the addition of two authentic Egyptian mummies. (Exactly  what connection Ihe ancient  cadavers are supposed to have  wilh crime is unclear.) Typically, Wilson claims lo have  brought Ihe mummies from  Egypl himself. As Jack Bird  recalls, this assertion like mosl  of the others, is well shy of the  truth.  "He got those mummies  ���because I told him where he  could gel ihem. They used to be  owned by Woodwards department store. Don't ask me why  ihey had them ��� but they did.  Used to keep Ihem in Iheir  warehouse. Herb bought them  anyhow and set them up in the  Arcade. One of them had  several teeth fallen out in Ihe  lower jaw. I stuck my hand in-  Winners  Congratulations to Katherine  Warn, Clint Davy and Jeffrey  Birkin, award winners at the  eighth annual Images and Objects exhibition. This exhibition,  organized by the Assembly of  BC Arts Council, and held in  conjunction with the government sponsored BC Festival of  Arts, showed a total of 226  works of art chosen by jury  from every region of BC.  It is an indication of the  quality of work being done on  the Sunshine Coast lhat Warn  and Davy both received Awards  of Excellence, of which only  five were given, and Birkin  received one of the 10  honourable mentions.  For Dad!  CHOCOLATE  NOVELTIES  MUGO*  BRITTLE  (Homemade Peanut  Brittle in Coffee Mug)  -   at  Etna's. Bon Born  Cowrie St, Sechell   885-2687  side his mouth and replaced  them. One of the mummies was  called Ptolemy, a tall fellow.  The olher, Antioch, was short.  Antioch had apparently tried to  rob a temple and been caught.  Someone had thrown a spear at  him and there was indeed a  wound, right beside his nose. I  ihink Herb paid $150 apiece for  those mummies. They pulled  the people in for awhile."  But despite the mummies, the  days of Herb Wilson's Arcade  of Mysteries are numbered. The  reasons are not financial. They  involve a gradual succumbing to  various pressures. Chief among  ihese is the continuing harrass-  menl of Mrs. Gark. Since losing her case, she has become  more ill-tempered than ever.  Her assaults on the wall grow  louder and more frequent.  Often Ihey interrupt Wilson's  monologues, much to his  displeasure.  In addition, the police now  begin to harrass the Arcade,  following rumours thai it has  begun lo attract a criminal element. There is some truth to  this. Ex-cons and known  rounders do occasionally drop  by to trade a few words with ihe  old master thief.  Herb Wilson, over the long  years, has developed an understandable aversion to law officers of any stripe. Sometimes  he forgets lo lie properly  respectful. "1 have a toilet out  here in the back. Would you  like to stick your nose in thai  loo?" he inquires of one  notably-persistent beat constable. (Whether or nol the officer takes him up on the suggestion is not recorded.)  But Ihe writing is definitely  on thai broomstick denied wall.  One day a fed up Herb Wilson  simply decides lo capitulate. He  and Jack Bird dismantle the Arcade, load the contents into a  moving van and disappear,  lock, stock and mummies, into  the suburbs.  Yet another money-making  scheme has come to nothing.  ...to be continued  Open Howe  577 Pratt Road, 1 to 4 pm  Sunday. Junn 17tti  LINDSAY BEYNON  886-9339 ��� 886-2277  GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  \y * GIBSONS LEGION  tfS/\ Annual  W    PUBNITE  Branch'  109  June 23 at Gibsons Legion Hall  Time: 8 pm - 12  Music: Peter Londdn  Sponsored by: L.A. 109 Tickets: $7.50  Members & Guests Welcome  Tickets availablee Mary's Variety or Legion Club or  LA. Members ��� No Ticket! on Sale al ihe Door  Roberts  Creek  LEGION  FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER  Friday, June 15th  Prime Rib & Yorkshire Pudding  Reg. $7.00   Seniors $6.00  FRI. & SAT.* JUNE 15 & 16  ��� Featuring our NEW Dining Room Menu  and Salad Bar  it LIVE ENTERTAINMENT in the Lounge  ��� Refreshment Specials  ��� SUNDAY BRUNCH 10am-2pm weekly  Reservations requested  886-7184  Restaurant Open 7 Days a Week,  6am-2pm and 5 11pm  Lounge open daily.  ^4. Coast News, June 11,1990  2i.  Green Thumb Players'  message being heard  Roberts Creek Elementary School students Join the Green Thumb players after a performance at  the school lasl week. -*����� nicWUkmi ej*oio  Rhythms  of Life  Tired of death and rebirth?  In Penny fuller  IX'alh and rebirth; dealh and  rebirth; transformation,  transformation, transformation. Doesn't il really gel to you  sometimes? Arcn'l you tired of  going with ihe flow, letting go?  "I've done enough  transforming, lhank you. No  more today."  If you're one of the people  who has been Pluloed for the  lasl two years, you may be at a  stage of hysteria by now, where  all someone has lo say to you is,  "let go of..." and you either  convulse wilh laughter or go for  their throat.  People who have been Plu-  loed arc those who have some  personal planet somewhere between 12 degrees and 20 degrees  In Scorpio, Taurus, Aquarius or  Leo.  If you're not familiar with  your birth chart, it isn't difficult  io guess. If 1989 and this part of  1990 have been the most intense  time of your life, if people who  knew you two years ago have  difficulty recognizing you now,  you've probably been Pluloed.  For some of you, this next six  weeks is the end of the end, for  others, it is the beginning of the  end. Either way, there's a light  at the end of the tunnel and you  should begin lo see it this week.  People born in the water  signs, (Pisces, Cancer and Scorpio) should be feeling an increased sense of positive  change. Anyone born between  July 5 and 9 or March 4 and 11  can (rust lhat Ihis week will bring about positive transformative changes. The same is  true for Scorpios born  November 5 through 9, but you  have a tendency to get stuck in  last week and it may take you a  while lo notice lhat things are  improving.  Many of Ihe recovering  dependency groups adopt the  motto, 'Let go and let God'.  This is a lime for water signs to  make that thought an integral  part of themselves. I know, I  know. Many of you will say,  "There's nothing left to let go  of."  But the human ego is a tricky  devil. Often we go into a pout  and say, "Fine! You take over.  Nothing 1 do works anyway."  Hut like a nervous passenger  riding in the vehicle of our lives.  Y.M.C.A.  PARKING  LOT SALE  The Ultimate Garage  Sale of Used and  Obsolete Equipment  ��� imimuit ��� ChMrm'i CtoiM  ��� I'linnleliiiK PblUftt     * I "IllpUlm  ��� Tooh ��� Bed*  ��� Ho.ii Cetnoa ��� tiatden l>i)ulpment  ��� HcMtumnl SupHi"*1 ��� Bt*n. I'tnoe*.  ��� Moliws  Sunday, June 24th  10 am to 4 pm  Y.M.C.A. Camp KIphliuloM  treeo, of YMCA Reiael. Lanidale)  rVwfefeW, In aeefaf hem' (AMI), ��  ,ni,,i,l l.w.r.r. tmy (mvrlils  we keep on grabbing for the  steering wheel in a panic. "Hey  watch out! That's not the way  we're supposed to be going."  Then we become angry when  everything seems to crash.  If you turn over your confusion, fear, doubts and preconceived ideas of what's supposed to happen, let the higher  power handle the hairpin turns  in your life without interference. It is just al those  times when maneuvering is most  dangerous and delicate thai you  musl not grab for Ihe wheel.  Breathe deeply and trust the  driver. Now is definitely a time  of positive change. (Of course  all transformation is positive,  but some is more positive than  others). Just because you can't  see where it's all leading doesn't  mean you need to panic.  This week is a time of seeding  wonderful possibilities for the  future. How soon those possibilities will manifest depends on  your ability lo relax and enjoy  ihe scenery while a higher power  steers your life. Just stop grabbing at the steering wheel and trying to stomp on the brake.  by Rose Nicholson  The message about the rape  of the environment is being  heard from all over these days,  but seldom more forcefully than  the recent production put on for  local schools by the Green  Thumb Players of Vancouver.  The story, set some time late  in the next century, after the  'green' world has disappeared,  is of two young adults who are  running from the corrupt  'system'.  They live their haunted lives  in a grey wasteland of rotten  garbage and piles of contaminated waste. In their flight  Ihey encounter a diseased old  man, a lone remnant of the past  civilization. They are afraid of  his speech, for he speaks 'the  old language...and language has  power...and dangerous memories'.  The old man has a secret  source of a most precious commodity - clean water, and with it  he has built a small greenhouse  where he nurtures a few tiny  struggling plants.  The three join forces and  though they don't exactly live  happily ever after, they resolve  lo build a better world.  The Green Thumb Players  |*GlBSONS  F*)legion  JmW    Branch 109  take their message to schools  across the province and judging  by the reception here on the  Coast, they are being heard.  Memljers and Guests Welcome  Clayton  Delaney  Jm      t--a---wi  n-wniwTfieS f*.w  ��� BINGO ��� TUES. EVENING!  ~  (Lie. 178063}  TIXON  SALE NOW!!  Featuring: HOQ HCJTt  November of 1988 Playgirl Magazine  "Coming For A  Night You Will  Never Forget/"  | Coming June 21, 22 & 23 m\  fl The Accelerators  ��� ������������������������������������������� �����������������������������  Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  ��MHO GUIDE  A listing of  restaurants  and pubs  1ml  oi the  Cotut  After spending the day around Madeira Park  and Garden Bay enjoying the breathtaking  scenery and the many places to just wander  around we started to make plans for dinner.  Remembering to have passed Lord Jim's on  the way up the Coast, just north of Sechelt, we  decided to give them a call for their hours and  whether or not they could accommodate  children.  Everything worked out to suit our schedule  and we soon arrived at Lord Jim's Resort, tucked away in Ole's Cove.  The restaurant, complemented this view with a  spacious dining room and a wall of windows to  let the ambiance of this setting in.  The service kept pace with a courteous and patient waiter and superb food.  To start the evening my companion and 1  ordered a Caesar salad which would have had  Caesar himself asking for more as it tasted so  good.  For the main course, the two kids split an  order of linguini. My companion had the broiled  salmon and I thought I would try the roast duck  in burgundy sauce. All of us tried a little of  everyone else's and agreed that everyone's dish  was just as tempting and cooked to perfection as  the others.  To drink I had a domestic beer, while my companion had tomato juice and the kids were  treated to Shirley Temples, a combination of  7-Up, orange juice and grenadine.  We all had such a good meal that when it came  to desert there was no room.  Our compliments to those at Lord Jim's for a  delicious and pleasant dinner, a place worth  coming back to.  Andy's Restaurant- Every Wednesday nighl is Prime Rib Night. House  specialiic include veal dishes, steaks,  scal'eeod, pasta, pitta, Thai Ibex), and lots  eel' NEW dishes. Don't miss Andy's great  Brunch Bullet every Sunday from  llam-2:30. Hwy 101. Gitisons, 886-3388.  Coast Club Cafe- Bright, eipen,  casual dining for breakfast, lunch and  dinner. Fresh is the order of the day for  all of our menu items. Big burgers, pasta  dishes, sandwiches, salads and a variety  of daily features. An adull environment  with European flair. Open from 5 am daily. Join us for weekend brunch. 5519  Wharf Ave., Sechell, 885-9344. Visa and  Mastercard accented * seating for 60.  deck House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. We serve rack of  lamb, duck. crab, clams, scallops, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6 pm. Closed  Mondays & Tuesdays. V. MC. *l seals.  Mariners' Restaurant - on the  waterfront with one of the most spectacular views in Gibsons, the Mariners'  specializes in fresh and live seafood, and  also offer, a full range of lunch and dinner entrees. Both menus change daily,  with delicious daily specials.  Marine  IAMILY DINING  Drive, Gibsons Landing, 886-23.14. Monday to Saturday: Lunch 11-3, Monday to  Saturday: Dinner 5-10 and Sunday 5-9,  Sunday Brunch 11-3. 100 seats. V. M.C.  The Omega Pizza, Steak And  Lobster House - With a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good time at-  mosphere, tne umega is a people-  watcher's paradise. Cast members of The  Beachcombers can usually be found dining here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and seafood  are their specialties. Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Average dinner for two: $20. Reservations recommended. Located in Gibsons  landing al 1538 Gower Poinl Rd.  88eV2268. Open Sun-Tliurs, 11:30 am -10  pm, Fri and Sal 11:30 am - 10:30 pm.  Scats 145.  Pronto's Re-staurants Two locations  to serve you. Both serve an extensive  variety of pizza, steak, pasla. lasagne,  ribs, souvlaki in a delightful family atmosphere. Children's menu available. All  dinner entrees include garlic bread and a  choice of soup of salad. Average family  meal for four aboul S15-S20. Located al  Wharf Rd., Sechell. 8851919: and on  Highway 101, across from Gibsons  Medical Clinic, Gibsons, 88eV8l38.  Mi,HI ON. Hit   M)W\  Irvine's Landing Marine Pub  Excellent lunches, dinners and appetizers  served in a friendly and casual waterfront  pub setting overlooking the mouth of  Pender Harbour. Prime rib every Saturday. Free moorage available for boaters  visiting with us. We're located at the end  of Irvine's Landing Road, and we're open  7 days a week from II am to II pm. Pub  open Itam-Ilpm. Kitchen open llam-  10pm. Call 883*1143.  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel - a tranquil view of Thormanby Island and the  Malaspina Straits set the theme for a  beautiful night out. Super friendly people,  fine international cuisine, comfortable  surroundings, soli music and good wine  always add up to make yours a night to  remember. With live musk in our lounge  every weekend and reasonable room rates  with a heated swimming pool and games  room, all our guests feel at home and at  ease. So, for a night out or a get-away  weekend give us a call. Starting June 1,  summer hours for the restaurant will be:  Breakfast & Lunch, 7 am to 2 pm; Dinner  6 pm to 10 pm; seven days a week. For  reservations or more information call  885*7038.  The Parthenon Greek Taverns  Located on the esplanade in downtown  Sechelt. We specialize in Greek Cuisine,  fresh seafood, steaks, pasta, and pizza.  Open 6 days a week - Tues. through  Thurs., from 11 am - 10 pm and Fri. &  Sal., II am - tl pm. We are open for  lunch - try our daily luncheon specials.  Lunch is served from 11 am - 3 pm.  Reservations recommended. We also  have take-out - pizza, ribs, pasta, Greek  food and much more! 885-1995 or  885-2833. Katherina - Hostess.  Ruby Lake Resort - Picturesque  lakeside setting, post-and-beam dining  room, children's play area and tame  swans arc pan of Ruby Lake Resort's  charm. Sunday smorgasbord features  baron of beef and other hoi meat dishes,  a beautiful salad bar and home-made  desserts. Absolutely superb prime rib on  Friday. .Breakfast from 6:30 am, lunch  from 11 am and dinner from 4:30 to 8  pm. Daily specials, licenced, reasonable  prices, menus have something for  everyone, on- and off-premises catering.  Hwy 101 just north of Pender Harbour,  good highway access and parking for  vehicles of all sizes. 883-2269.  The Wharf - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets  (torn every table. Continental cuisine ami  seafood at its besi. Sunday Brunch from  II am - 2 pm. Fully licensed and air-  conditioned. Dinner rescrvatbns rccom-  mended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub -  Great food every day all day. Appetizers  and full menu along with terrific daily  specials, available 'till 9 pm every night.  We're known for our great atmosphere  and good times..Sun. - Thurs. open 'till  midnight, Fri. & Sat. open 'till 1 am. See  you at the Cedars, home of the "other"  Bruno. Visa, Mastercard and reservations  accepted. 8864171.  IAI l\ -  1AM Oil  Ernie & Gwen's Drive In- Take  out, or delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks, ice  cream. Free home delivery wirhin 4 miles,  after 6 rem only, on $10 minimum orders.  Small charge for orders under $10. Open  laic every nighl. Hvey. 101, Gibsons.  886-7813.  PAID AnVHtTISIMEMS  Avtngt MM Men  Do not Include liquor Coast News, June 11,1990  A familiar scene it Davis Bay Wharf as summer approaches and  everyone Is hoping to hook the big one. ���Km Sheridan pkoto   SSS SAVE SSS���  USED BUILDING SURPLUS  Quality, used lumber, bricks, windows, lights, plumbing, etc  P * B UMD BUILDING MATERIALS  11947 Tannery Rd., Surrey  MONDAY-SATURDAY eBM-1311  We also buy used building materials  TOWN OF GIBSONS  P.O. Box 340,474 South Fletcher Road  Gibsons, B.C. Tel. 886-2274  ! PROPERTY TAXES DUE JULY 3,1990  Tax notices have now been mailed to property owners in the  Town ol Gibsons. Any property owner who has not received a  tax statement should immediately contact ths Municipal Oflice  al 886-2274.  To enable better service, any enquiries regarding the notices  should be made prior to the deadline date by telephoning or  visiting the office In person. New owners should be aware of  Ihe responsibility for payment of their 1990 taxes.  Application for the Provincial Home-Owner Grant may be made  whether or not the current taxes are being paid.  Post dated cheques will be accepted from anyone wishing to  avoid last minute line-ups.  A Penally of 10 % will be added to the current taxes unpaid  after 5 pm on July 3,1990.  Reference: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Time  Foe Skookumchuk Narrows ���dd  1 tie. ao min. plus 5 min, for each II. ol list.  and 7 min. lor aach II. of fill  TIDELINE MARINE  5637 Wharf Rd.. Sechell  885-4141  9.9%  ^-saa^      ,.~~ FINANCING  '1 \  *f08"*^^"���" 0AC ���  ��� Year Te'm "  \Vv>-. w-T-^r-v^w,.^. /��� stocky  SC Golf ft  I  Note on rules  by Frank H  Rules comment: Play from  'ground under repair' ��� the  player has the choic* of playing  il from where it lies in the under  repair area or can elect to take a  drop without penally outside  the area of repair one dub  length from the .nearest point of  relief no nearer the hole. There  it is from the experts. (Rule  25-1).  The 9-hole ladies played for  Iowki score on a hidden hole  and lowest putts (2 T's?). Hidden hole winners were Kay Mat-  ihcson and Thelma Manning  lied for first. Lowers! putts was  won by another tie between  Adic Cayton and Phyllis Cummings.  The ladies second team  played at Marine Drive on  Tuesday. The score was Sunshine Coast 56 and Marine  Drive 52.  The ladies third team played  at home on Wednesday with  resulting score of 39 for the  Sunshine Coast and 33 for the  McCleery ladies.  The Monday evening twi-  lighters had 45 oul on May 28  Slo-Pitch Report  A&G winning  with the low net team being  Evelyn Cooper and Harry  Johnson. Low putts prize going  to Adeline Clark and Bill  Maihcson with only 18 putts.  Les Cowley won the special  events prize for closest to the  pin taking the prize which was  donated by Christine's Gifts.  Fifty-seven brave and soggy  senior men played with three  clubs and a putter only for the  9-hole round on Thursday, May  31. The winiwrs were Bill Sned-  den and his team of Ray  Phillips, Art Hauka and Peter  Smith. The tees were taken  home by Bill Foreman Laurie  Evans, Chuck Barnes and Doug  Gillet. The closest to the hole  record was so soaked that I  think ihey were unable to read it  for a winner.  I understand the latest in golf  carls has a few more of the  essentials lhan normal, such as  a built-in fridge, an automatic  tec dispenser, head lights for  iwi-lighi play, rear view mirror  for safely against following  players, TV and a radio for the  latest in the PGA tours and  snow tires for use in deep  bunkers.  Gibsons  Swimming Pool  Call 886-9415 lor further Inlormation  Family  Mat  U/WHockey  Early Bird  Aqua-Fit  East-Ma-ln  Noon Swim  Lissons  Swim Club  Swim Fit  Fit 4 Fifty  Seniors Swim  Adpt. Aquatics  Lesions  Public  Co-Ed Fitness  1:00-3:30  3:30-5:00  7:00-8:00  6:30-0:30  9:00-10:00  10:00-11:00  11:30-1:00  3:30-7:30  7:30-8:30  8:30-9:30  I  9:30-10:30  10:30-11:30  2:30-3:30  3:30-6:00  6:00-7:30  7:30-8:30  VMMSdayt Sane as Monday  Thursdays  Parent & Tot  Adpt. Aquatics  Lessons  Public  Co-Ed Fitness  Fridays  Early Bird  Aqua-Fit  Fit & Fifty  Seniors Swim  Noon Swim  Swim Club  Public  Teen  1:00-2:00  2:30-3:30  3:30-6:00  6:00-7:30  7:30-8:30  6:30-8:30  9:00-10:00  10:00-10:30  10:30-11:30  11:30-1:00  3:30-5:30  5:30-7:00  7:30-9:00  Public  Public  Saturdays  2:30-5:00  7:00-8:30  Publication of this schedule  sponsored by  Super Valu  by Mark Benson  Third place A&G Contracting continued its winning ways  by defeating the pesky Coors  Scummbies 14-11 in another exciting Cedars Mixed Slo-Pitch  game last week.  A & G got off to their usual  good start leading 104 halfway  through the game and looking  like they had the match under  control. But, some pinpoint hit-  ling by the Scummbies got them  back in the game and by the end  of the sixth inning held a 11-10  lead.  With last bats in the final inning A & G rallied back and ended up winning 14-10.  John Pritchard and Geoff  Gillies hit triples for A&G.  Michelle Frewin and Moraine  Upson pitched well and Mark  Widslon hit clutch safe hits for  Coors.  The second place Ball  Blasters just kept rolling along  by healing GBS 16-7. Blasters  have only one loss and one tie in  their first 14 games.  Joey Unger, Mel Dempster,  and pitcher Michelle Whiting  played well for the Blasters.  This Week's Gaines  Monday June 11 Creek vs  Stenners at Langdale N,  Blasters vs Cedars at Langdale  S, GAB vs Commuters at Cedar  Grove, Wrecks vs Yahoos at  Brothers Kl.  Multiple  Sclerosis  SOCIETY CDF CANADA  supports  NATIONAL AXCESS  AWAJIENESSWEEK  JUNE 10-16  Won'tyou?  TO SOMETHING  COMPLETELY  "NEW*  on the Sunshine Coast  "PUTTIN WITH DAD"  ��� SEASON MEMBERSHIP AT ORCA MINI GOLF  IS Hole* of fun packed <1/3 ��H Mini Golf Reg. Rales)  mini oolf 3"v  15  00  value  mini golf  FREE Hot Dog &  Beverage  value  9  ALL OF THE  above for only  Sechell .Building Supplies Ltd  Morgan's Men's Wear, Sechelt  Bernle's Shell Station. S��chelt.  Mariners' Restaurant, Glhdrts.  Wednesday June 13 Pigs vs  Commuters at Brothers #3  Wrecks vs GAB at Cedar  Grove, Coors vs GBS at  Langdale N, Wahoos vs A & G  at Langdale S.  Thursday June 14 GBS v  GAB at Langdale N, Wrecks vs  Cedars at Langdale S.  Sunday June 17 Creeks vs  Coors at Langdale N, Pigs vs A  & G Contracting at Langdale S.  SOFTBALL)  EQUIPMENT & GLOVE  CLEARANCE ���&��  TEAM EQUIPMENT  SR. ALUMINUM BATS  J  aii SHOP VACS 1Co/    ���  All    instock    15% off  ��� -  dtSHUMMhs  *^Jl__ Elson Glass and Howe Sound Pulp and Paper battled it out last  Wednesday at Brothers Park baseball diamond. Never mind the  RBIs, the youngsters had fun and tried their best.  ���Jeff Carpcittr photo  Sunshine Coast  Hot Spots and Hints  LOCATION: PRODUCTION:  The Gap Fair  Camp Byng Fair  Davis Bay Fair  Trail Island Fair  Marry Island..' Fair  Pirate Rock Fair  Epsom Poinl  Fair  Lasqueti Island Good  Sangsler Island Good  Texada Island Good  Bargain Harbour Good  Egmont Fair  ��� Good Spring Production throughout  most traditional Spots. 10-30 Ib.  Klwinii Aunilliry 10th Anniversary Tea. a beautilul painling was presented lo the  residenls by artist Kathleen Wells. June dinner meeting will be al Seaview Gardens  June 20. Annual Berry Tea will be July 21 al 2pm in Ihe Residents' Lounge.  Poll Natal Clemm Tues., June 12 Irom 7 to 9 pm at the Sechelt Health Unit.  Everyone welcome. To register call Jeanette al 865-7777.  Sunihlne Coast Piici Committee meeting will be held al Roberts Creek School  Library on Monday. June 11.7:30 pm. Everyone welcome.  Special Needi meeting Monday. June II, 7:30 pm in Gibsons Elementary School  Library: Wednesday. June 13,7:30 pm in Sechell Elementary School Library; Friday. June 15 al 7:30 pm In Madeira Park Elementary School Library. For locations  and lurther details, conlacl Batyah Frames. 886-7589 or Infant Development Program, 885-5940  Poll Natal Class Tues. June 12. 1990. Sechell Health Unit. 7 - 9 pm. Everyone  welcome. To register call Jeanette, 885-7777.  Sunihlne Coait Puce CemmHtM meeling will be held al Roberts Creek School  Library on Mon. June 11. 7:30 pm. Everyone welcome.  St. Miry'i Hospital Auilliary'i regular monthly meeting ol Ihe Roberts Creek Branch  will be held on June 11,10:30 am., in Emmy Orohmann's garden. Bring your own  sandwich lor a picnic lunch. *  Special Needi meeting on Mon. June 11 at 7:30 pm., in Gibsons Elementary School  library, on Wednesday June 13 al 7:30 pm., in Sechelt Elementary School library.  Fri. June 15 al 7:30 pm. In Madeira Park Elementary School library. For locations  and lurther details, contacl Batyah Fremes: 886-7589 or Intent Development Program: 885-5940  Sunihlne Coast Unity Fallowihlp Is having Its annual picnic at Roberts Creek Provincial Park picnic grounds. Sun. June 17 at 11am, Pol Luck, bring your own mugs and  plates. Everyone welcome. For info 866-7988.  SherncHlte Auxiliary executive meeting will be Tues.. June 12 at 10 am in lha conference room at Shornclltle.  Elphlmtona Elector! Aiioclitlon general meeting Wad., June 13 al 7:30 pm at (Mar  Grove Elementary. All Area E residanls welcome. No meetings July/Aug. Any problems please call 886-7771.  Sechelt (ranch ol St. Miry'i HoipHal Auxiliary regular monthly meeling Thurs.,  June 14 at St. Hilda's Church al 1:30 pm. Wa welcome all members and Iriends.  Sunshine Cent Splnmri a Women GuHd June meeting Mon., June 11 it 7:30pm,  718 Franklin Rd., Gibsons. For Inlo .886-7102 or 885-3866.  SkM CiMntlM Day committee meeling Juni 13 at 7:30pm at Community Services, 5638 Inlet Ave. Call lor Inlo 88S-5881.  Minor Ball  Coast News, June 11,1990  23.  ���KMGkate  iWi-  GAMES PLAYED  AS OF JUNE 7  MOSQUITO DIVISION  WLTP  MT 4M(I  1014  ��� Silt  Ml 323  I7IM  Oat��aja I41��  HOWE SOUND PAP  In Tuesday's game Justin  Towel made excellent catches at  first base and caught a pop fly.  Excellent pitching by Daniel  Giesbrecht. The team hit well  and made good fielding plays.  In Thursday's game Stuart  Chester hit a triple with the  bases loaded. Stuart Chester  struck out Ave batters and  caught a pop fly in the three innings he pitched.  Justin Towel played well on  first base and Michael Husband  played well on third base. Craig  Sutherland made an excellent  slide at home plate lo beat the  tag and give the team their sixth  run for the inning.  Good playing by the whole  team gave ihem a needed win.  E.LSON GLASS  In Tuesday's game Allison  Farrell and Kalien Swinney had  their first hits of the season.  Kalien showed good hustle on  ihe bases.  In Thursday's game  Kirk  Chapman had his first hit or the  season and Colan Urquhart was  hitting veil.  PETROCAN  In Tuesday's game Travis  Dempster stole third base and  home plate on his own initiative  for the game winning run. A  really close and well played  game.  Michael Sopow is an excellent  clean-up pitcher. He made five  strike-outs in two innings. Ryan  Swanson made five strike outs  in the first two innings.  Cheryl Anderson made two  more outs at third base giving  her a total of 14 outs for the  season.  Ryan Caville made an excellent catch in left field and  made a good throw to second  base which almost resulted in a  double play. The second  baseman, Charles Kasnik then  threw the ball to the catcher  who tagged ihe runner coming  home.  BLUE WAVE  In Tuesday's game excellent  pitching was made from Quinn  Shields. Jeramy Ruck hit two  homeruns.  In Thursday's game, a good  oul al third by Slephany Berens-  tein. Good play by Nick Lavcr-  lu playing short slop who threw  the ball to Mike Taddy playing  first base for the out.  PRONTO'S  In Thursday's game Kristoff  made a double play. Marlin hit  a triple. Kelly caught a pop fly.  The learn is playing well.  OMEGA  Martin Ryan fielded and balled   well.   Amanda   Saigeon  showed great improvement.  REMINDER:  Minor ball meeting al  Elphinstone on Wednesday,  June 13.  SUNS**  CO***  W    ���.   ���keeeeCW  dub  ���***��-  Give  Dad the  The  ^  jOUS ��  Heai"'  id*  mmM^^^fSXZ   SUN-   Clinic for Rugby  by John Rainer  Howdy, rugby fans! Yes, it's  what you see. The Gibsons  Rugby Club (the Pigs) are having a rugby clinic for all those  wishing to learn about or more  of this wondrous sport.  The clinic will involve basic  drills, films and mini-game to  finish off.  The date will be June 16 from  10 am until approximately 4 pm  at upper Elphinstone with films  and snack at the clubhouse during the day.  Pre-registration would be appreciated as then we will have a  good idea of the numbers involved.  Please call Stuart Frizzell al  886-8833, John Rainer al  886-3384 or Eric Larnder at  886-8243.  Fastball  June 5 - Eagles vs Roberts  Creek, Eagles won 5-3; TBS vs  Wakefield, Wakefield won 8-5.  June 7 - TBS vs Cedars,  Cedars won 14-5; Wakefield vs  Eagles, Wakefield won 7-3.  Come and watch the tournament June 23 and 24 at Hackett  Park.  Uacintos/?  From the entry level Macintosh Plus to the blazing fast Ufic  we can provide a Macintosh to suit your computing needs.  Mac Plus $1,299  20 MB Hard Drive $699  MacSE/20HD $3,199  Mac SE301-40    $4336  Any uiQv you Slice it  the Classifieds bring results  i  Asktosee  some identification  at the door.  When you're looking for a new home,  look for the Quality Plus Certificate. It  means a home built by a trained, certified  Quality Plus Builder - a home that has been  monitored and certified by the Canadian  Homebuilders' Association of B.C.  Quality Plus is an advanced  system of design and construction  incorporating the latest Power  Smart advances in heating, clean  air ventilation, and insulation. The  Quality Plus Home is one  designed for today's lifestyles, for  people who are discriminating  about workmanship, energy  efficiency and comfort in their  living space.  A Quality Plus Home  looks like any other. The  difference is inside, where  you live. You enjoy a  protected environment and  \^  Builder currently building  Quality Plus Home:  a clean, quieter, more comfortable home  with lower ongoing maintenance costs.  Another point to consider: resale value. In  today's volatile real estate market, it's  difficult to predict where the market  will be when you might want to sell.  With all the features of Quality  Plus construction, your home has  added value, whatever the  market conditions. Find out  about Quality Plus before you  buy a new home. And  remember, if it doesn't have  the Quality Plus Certificate,  it isn't a Quality Plus Home.  What all  the best addressed  new homes are  wearing this year.  Puchalski Construction  1615 Clover Road  Gibsons, B.C. 885-9208  BC hydro S3  CANADIAN HOME BUILDERS'  ASSOCIATION OF BRITISH CX3LUMBIA  in partnership with:  BC Gas ��� New Home Warranty Program of B.C. and the Yukon ��� West Kootenay Power ��� National R-2000 Program  '#  mam 24.  Coast News, June 11,1990  I!COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS^  8. Property  FHCC CATALOGUE  5686 Cowrie St    Box 1219  Sechell. B.C VON 3A0  SI5-3211 FAX 885-2899  Van .Toll Free M4-I016  &.  Proper t\  South Fletcher spacious hillside  split level view home, central Gib  sons. 3 Ddrm.. 2 balh. huge  lamily room, sell-contained  revenue suite, newly carpeted  and decorated, lor sale by owner.  $133,000. 886-8815 or  683-4971 #24  Sunshine Heights, large view lot  80 x 125. Close lo Sechell Will  sell or build lo suit. Call  885-7171 $27,000 #24  Pender Harbour. 2 bdrm mobile  on private lot. $40,000.  276-2338 #24sr  Drop   [off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  ���IN PENDER HARBOUR���  The Coast News  (Madeira Park Shopping Centre) 883-9099  Marina Pharmacy ess-2888  AC Building Supplies 883-9551  ���IN HALFMOON BAY���  B&J Store 885-9435   IN SECHELT   The Coast News  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930   IN DAVIS BAY   View lol above hwy   opposite  hotel  overlooking  Pender  Harbour. $28,000 OBO 885-9778  #27sr  For sale by owner. Ve acre lol on  Gibsons Bluff. lanlaslic view1 Fully serviced, top access, lo view  call 886-8757 #24sr  Peninsula Market 885-9721   IN WILSON CREEK���  Wilson Creek Campground m-5937  ���IN ROBERTS CREEK���  Seaview Market 885-3400   IN GIBSONS   The Coast News  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 686-2622  The Knit Wit  Sunnycrest Mall   ,886-2717 .  ' DEADLINE IS 3:30 FRIDAY  NOON SATURDAY  AT COAST NEWS OFFICES  SECHELT & GIBSONS  Lot 16. Creekside subdivision on  mountainview drive in Gibsons  Large lot on Park ravine side,  $29.500.886-8698. #Z4sr  5 acre corner lot close to  Langdale Ferry, Price $73,000.  886-9049 (owner).  #26s  5 acres ALR, view, hydro, merchantable timber. Roberts Creek.  $95.000.886-3422. #23s  Lol 100x250' Southwood Rd.,  close lo school. 885-9323.  #24s  Cleared lot on cul-de-sac. Field  Rd. area, potential view, services  available. $22,900. 885-5661.  #24sr  Beautilul Ireed lol in Creekside.  Fully serviced. Backs onto ravine,  privale sale. 1-530-6207.  #24sr  Lol lor sale by owner, cleared,  serviced, close lo school, Grand-  view Heights, Gibsons, $35,000.  886-3591. #25sr  Cozy rancher. 11 years old, 1200  sq. II.. 3 bdrm., immaculate condition, $75,000. Powell River.  485-6941. #25sr  For sale by owner. 3 bdrm., 2  bath. Langdale home, partly  linished. full basemenl. wonder-  lui view, close lo school and  ferry. $128,000. 886-7949,  683-6095. #24  View lot in Sandy Hook, easy to  build on. $28,000. 493-6866.  493-0772. #25ss  Size 200x268 could be 4 duplex  lots or possibly multi-family offered for sale al $150,000. Call  Des at 886-2497 The Argosy  Group 920-2211. #25  Large lol Sandy Hook Rd., ocean  view. Asking $22,000.  885-2610. #26ss  Luxurious view and living in this  3 bdrm., 3 bath, 2500 sq. ft.  house, garden. Iruit trees.  Madeira Park. 883-9418 or  988-4310. #25  By owner, charming and  maculate 3 bdrm., 1ft  large detached workshop,  spacious corner lol with fruil  Irees, partial water view. 7755  Redrooffs Rd., $113,000.  886-8815 or 683-4971.        #24  5.1 acres $59,000 close to ferry.  1000' Road frontage. Hydro.  886-9049 #2e5ss  ^  I,ilium (nee Berthelet). Stephen  and Stephanie recently arrived  Irom Western Australia are proud  lo announce the birth ol Mark  Bruce, weighing 10 lbs.. 8 oz..  on June 2. 1990 Brother to  Amanda (5), Trevor (3'A) and  Craig (2) Very special lhank you  to Dr Norman and our sincere  appreciation lo Christine and the  rest ol the nursing stall at St.  Mary s Hospital in Sechell. B.C.  Canada. #24  Obituaries  DAVIES: Ernest Wilfred Davies.  late of Gibsons, passed away  peacefully in St. Mary's Hospital  on June 6. 1990. in his 93rd  year. Survived by his loving wile  Wynne; 1 son Jim Davies and  wile Helen, ol Edmonton; 3  grandsons: Dr. Norman, and  James, ol Edmonton, Bruce, of  Victoria; 3 great grandchildren; 2  slepsons: Jim Smith and wife  Grace, of Maple Ridge; Barrie  Slewart and wile Frances, of  West Vancouver: 6 step grandchildren: 11 step great grandchildren. Cremation arrangements through Devlin  Funeral Home. Memorial Service  Saturday June 16 at 2:30 p.m. in  the Calvary Baplisl Church, Gibsons. Rev. Calvin Mclver ol-  liciating. Reception to follow in  Ihe church. In lieu ol flowers,  remembrance donations may be  made to the Calvary Baptist  Church Building Fund. #24   e.���  PLOWS: Passed away June 8.  1990, Russell Julian Plows, late  ol Gibsons, in his 81st year. Survived by his loving wife Mary; 1  son. Gordon Plows; 4 daughters:  Evelyn Sibley and husband  Robert; Edna MacKay and husband Doug: Marlene Flintoff and  husband Bob; and Janet Retchings: 9 grandchildren: 3 great  grandchildren. Mr. Plows was a  retired member ol the  Carpenter's Union Local 452,  Vancouver. Funeral service Tuesday June 12 at 1 p.m. in Ihe  chapel ol Devlin Funeral Home.  Gibsons. Rev. Stan Sears ol-  liciating. Interment Seaview  Cemetery. In lieu ol (lowers,  remembrance donations to Ihe  Heart Fund would be appreciated. #24  The Beat Deal AteuwU  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  S/IOO  4  (minimum) for 10 words  25'  each additional word  (Berths. I.esi fi Found FREEfl  "Sine SeT  CLASSIFIEDS  Pay for 2 weeks, get the 3rd week FREE  (When paid by  CASH. CHEQUE, or MONEY ORDER)  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS must be       .  PRE-PAID before insertion -  VISA & MASTERCARD accepted    M  s15oo  $100  up to 10 words  each additional worel  Your ,eel te'.iiiiieiii) 1 eie'iie only, well run 4 eon  si'eulive' weeks, the?,, will be? cancelled uille'ss  you instruct us tee re-new el BY NOON  SATURDAY. (Nol available- lo commercial  advertiser!)  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  Gibsons & Sechelt Offices NOOll  Saturday  "Friendly People Places"  FRIDAY 3:30 pm  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Madeira Park Shopping Cenlre 883*9099,  Cowrie St.. Sechelt 885*3930  Cruice Lane. Gibsons  886*2622  FAX: 886-7725   Available for public use  Pender Harbour Office  FRIDAY 4:30 pm  Obituaries  IARKA Passed away June 2.  1990. Paul Emil Larka. late ol  Sechelt. age 84 years. Survived  by Iwo sisters in New York, a  brother in Oregon: a brother in  Finland and Iriends on the Sunshine Coasl. No service by request. Private cremation arrangements through Devlin  Funeral Home. #24  MARTIN: Thomas Edward ol  Madeira Park, lormerly ol  Nanaimo. passed away suddenly  June 3. 1990 Survived by his  loving wile Laura and sons Tyler  and Jamie Martin, his mother  Norma Ann: brother Scott, sister  Carla and inlaws Uli LeGrand.  Dodie and Gill Summerell and  Tom Levy and grandparents. He  was predeceased by his lather  Thomas Edward Martin He was  also an active volunteer lireman  lor the Pender Harbour Volunteer  Fire Depattmenl. #24  NIELO: Edythe (Edle). late ol  North Vancouver, passed away  peacefully al Totem Lodge.  Sechell. on May 28. 1990 in her  BBiie year. Survived by her  daughter Catherine McOultty ol  Madeira Park: six grandchildren  and 12 great-grandchildren. Edle  was a longtime volunteer at Lions  Gate Hospital Ladies Auxiliary.  The lamily would like lo extend  their sincere thanks to the stall ol  Lions Gate Discharge Planning  Unil and Totem Lodge for their  care and kindness to Edie. 'Nan'  will be sadly missed by all who  knew her. No service by request  private cremation arrangement  though Devlin Funeral Home.  Donations may be made to charily  ol choice. #24  Elderly gent -wishes to contacl  lady in her sixties with sense ol  humour, non-smoker, able to  drive, tor companionship t,  Iravel. Box 416, c/o Coast News.  Box 68. Sechell. B.C. VON 3A0.  #24  Joel Brass and Associates are ottering a course in Inner Freedom  - Handling Ihe Stress of Your  Lite. 2 day seminar June 23 and  24 and again July 28 and 29th.  Call Pam 886-8455 evenings or  Ian 885-7891 evenings       #26  Single tradesman 40. 62", 210.  seeks slim lemale companion  25-45 wilh good sense ol humour  lor friendship and romance. Box  340 c/o Coast News. Box 460.  Gibsons. BC. VON IVO #26  Announce merits  Tax & Accounling Service  A.J. (Jim) Wallace  886-4823  #26  Thank You  We would like to thank all of our  friends and relafives lor their kind  thoughts and good wishes on the  occasion ol our 50th wedding anniversary.  Hugh and Margaret Inglis.    #24  The lamily ol the late Ross Patrick  would like lo lhank Ihe staff at  Shorncliffe and Tolem Lodge for  Ihe care and compassion given lo  Dad over the years. Anita. Russ,  Margot (Stephen), Harry. Bob  (Linda). #24  We'wish lo lhank Dr. Wendy Norman, Dr. Myhill-Jones and the  lirst floor nursing stall in attendance on May 28 lor the care they  gave lo our infant son Brian  James Christopher Shepherd, we  also wish to thank all lor your  sympathy and consolences al Ihe  loss ol our Utile one.  Christopher & Barbara Shepherd  #24  We wish to thank all those who  sent flowers, cards and condolences. Mosl especially those  kind people who were there for us  during Heinz' illness and were  always ready lo help wilh rides lo  the hospital, visils, words of  comfort and help of very kind.  Thank you again most sincerely.  (Mrs.) Doris Sommerfeldf and  Christina. #24  The B C. Junior Quarter  Horse Association wish lo  express Iheir gratitude lo all  Ihe local people and Ihe  businesses who have helped  to support them in the past.  Thank you Sandy Gibb,Howe  Sound Pulp & Paper, Quality  Farm Supply, Suncoasl  Motors, T & T Trucking and  lo the many oihers who  bought our raffle tickets  Also lhanks lo Quality Farms  lor their latest donalion for  our team.  ETCHING DEMONSTRATIONS  Shadow Baux Gallery will In open  for art groups or individuals interested in watching Ihe etching  process and meeting Ihe artists  involved on Tuesday, June 14  from 2 pm. Cowrie St., Sechell,  885-7606. #24  Scrabble Anyone? Gibsons  newcomer seeks players scoring  250+ 886-8873. #26  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896, 886-7272, 886-2954.  TFN  Does someone in your lamlly have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903. 885-7484. Al-Aleen  886-2565. TFN  Phone us today about our selection  of  beautiful  personalized  wedding   invitations,   napkins,  matches, stationery and more.  Jeannies Gilts & Gems  886-2023  TFN  Adult children of Alcoholics or  disfunclional families please call  885-5281 or 886-8165 lor help.  TFN  REBIRTHING - Circular brealhing  lo move beyond emotional blocks.  REIKI - Enhancing the body's  How ol natural Hie energy. Sessions avail. Micluel Hamer  886-7589. #24  Looking for SHAKLEE Products'  Nutritional supplements,  biodegradable cleaners, personal  care products. Call Dale  886-3805, Mavis 885-7464. #25  Wanl to Improve Ihe qualify ol  your tap water? If you do we have  a pure and simple answer - the  Amway Water Treatment System.  Effectively removes more than  400 EPA priority pollutants. For  inlormation or a demonstration  call 885-7144. #26  Sunrider Herbal Products, local  distributor. Barb 885-5444. #24  Okanagan farm apples by the 20  Ib. box. 35 cents per lb., 4  varielies, top quality. 885-2938  leave message. #24  The 'Programme Cadre de Francais' is offered in your school  district. If you want quality  education In french for your francophone child(ren) from kindergarten to grade seven, don't  hesitate, register then NOW at  Sechell Elementary School or  phone Franclne Desjardins at  885-9539. #25  Elphie '89 Grads. Yearbooks can  be purchased al the school June  I4lh. $27 I day only #24  Are you in an unhappy relationship? Call Ihe Transition House  lor Iree confidential counselling.  885-2944. TFN  Do you need some Informalion lo  deal with your legal problem? Call  the Legal Inlofmitkm Sendee  885-5SB1;   Mondays   and  Wednesdays 9-4.  TFN  Shialsu and Reiki  pressure poinl therapy combined  wilh more subtle life energy  balancing. If you wanl lo experience relaxation and reliel Irom  muscle slrain. fatigue, slress. insomnia, emotional imbalance, my  treatments can work lor you.  Peggl Francis 886-4545.      #24  Venetian blind sample case, (Sib-  sons area. 886-3932. #24  Small male blue-gray cal wilh  whitish-gray markings, wearing  I pink and 1 white collar, last  seen vicinity Pender Harbour  school area. Reward. 883-2583.  #24  Girls |<>an jacket at Roberts Creek  School ball held 886-8195 after  5 pm. #24  Extremely large black male cal,  likes lood. 13146 Narrows Rd..  Pender Harbour. 883-9544. #24  8.  livestock  e^lAGUS  Bright, Clean Dog &  Cat Boarding  Dog Training  Science Diet  Pel Foods  886-8568  SPCA Adoption  Young cats and adorable kittens.  886-7313. #24  Grey and white kittens. Free to  good homes. 885-1942.      #25  PETFOOD  SCIENCE DIET, IAMS,  TECHNI-CAL, NUTRO-MAX,  PURINA. WAYNE.  Also full line ol bird seed  And much more.  Duality Faim & Garden  Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd. 886-7527  TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then & Now Furniture,  699   Highway   101.   Gibsons.  886-4716 or Marlee Fashions.  TFN  Kerry blue Terrier, male pup,  $550, health, tempermenl  guaranteed. 886-2505.     #24sr  Reg. American quarter horse, 11  yr. old. Bay Gelding, exc. beginners horse, road safe and very  gentle. $1500. Chris 866-3093.  #24sr  Help reduce Ihe pel overpopulation problem - spay or  neuter your pet. TFN  Free kittens to good homes, cute,  ready logo. 885-3435.        #25  BREAKING & TRAINING CLINIC  We have live 3 & 4 year old Halter  Broke horses. Each student will  have his own horse to work for  five evenings. June 11 -15th, 7-9  pm $125. Instructor Ted Bowie.  Phone 886-2753 #24  Fenced pasture and barn lor rent.  885-3605. #24  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  w?  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  9-piece sel maple Gretsch studio  recording drums, sacrifice at  $2500.886-4599. #23ss  Have 3 tickets worth approx  $600 In refunds lor VIA train  Must be used before June 18.  Anywhere across Unada. One  male, one lemale. one child can  be used in conjunction with cash.  For example 1 ticket has 100%  relund one way. 50% return.  Well sell lor $300. Call 885-9209.  TFNS  CUTS, COLOURS, CURLS  For Ihe whole lamily in your  home. Spoil yourself - you're  worth III Call Paulelle 886-8633  Mobile Unisex Hairstyling.    #27  INDIVIDUAL THERAPY  COUPLES COUNSELLED  Eleanor-Mae 885-9018        #27  We have Ihe capacity lo change  the direction ol our lives. Success  Is never an accident. RONIN  RESOURCES 886-3546 (day),  886-8376 (evenings). #25  Press Release - Press Release  The Sunshine Coasl Young New  Democrats meet: Date: June 14,  1990. Place: Ray Skelly's office,  Gibsons, Time: 7pm. THe BC  New Democrats youth organizer  Stephanie Lynn, will be coming lo  Gibsons lor Ihe meeting. All those  interested under 26 are welcome  lo attend. More Inlo: Bill  886-2543 or Stephanie 430-8600'  or 737-1424. #26  Sechelt Celebration Day, Sun. July 1. 1990, all day fun for the  whole lamily. Parade starting at  11am down Cowrie SI. to Hackett  Park, children's games, entertainment, civic marquee and  much more! Come and help  celebrate Canada's 123rd birthday and Sechelt's 4th. For more  Informalion call 885-5881.    #24  Rainbow Preschool registration  Oct.-May 91. Sat., June 23.11-1  Sunnycrest Mall or plume Jane  i 7610 or Vlcki 885-9333. #24  Sunshine Piano Service  Tuning & repairs, reflnishlng.  Free estimates. 885-3168.    #29  {422 Gower ft Rd. Sun. June  17tl) - 10-2. Lois of great  bargains. #24  Sal. June 16, 852 Poplar Lane,  Gibsons. 10-2 pm. #24  Useful!   Fancy!  Antique!   736  Highway  101  beside bowling  alley. Sal., June 2. llam-2pm,  #24  Gianl basemenl sale June 16/17.  Sat. & Sun. 9- Collectors Items,  plumbing, you name il. 12583  Bargain Harbour Rd. 883-9973.  #24  Sunday, June 17, 10am-2pm.  toys, kilchen, misc.. 1040  Stephen Rd. (oil Lower Rd.) In  Roberts Creek. #24  Barter 8. Trade  Huge ravine lot in Creekside on  Mtn. View Drive, fully serviced,  $30.000.886-8698 or 583-3234.  #26sr  10' Satellite Dish and Video Cipher  II near new. $2500. 886-7338.  #25  12' fiberglass boat $250. Chev  small block marine, other boal  part, "A" Irame travel trailer  $1,300, cross bow $300,  fiberglass travel trailer: 18'  mahogany yellow cedar l/g over  wood $1,800.686-8251.      #24  Local hay. good lor livestock.  $3.75/bale. 885-9208 alter 6  pm. #24  Glass sliding doors bathtub  enclosure $120.886-9181.   #24  Slant FIN 200.000 BTU oil-tired  hot waler boiler. New. never used, $900.883-2669.        #26ss  Penlniula Bulk Soil  Screened or unscreened soil,  bark mulch and mushroom  manure. 885-5627. #25  New Stock of  DINING TABLE  & CHAIRS  BUFFET  DRESSERS  JEWELLERY  For  Old*  T.m��|  Soke  1095 Hwy. 101 al Prall Rd.  Gibsons 886-8261  Chesterlield. chair, brown: twin  china cabinets, sliding glass  doors In top section; chrome  table, 6 chairs, gray, 2 ext.  leaves; 48" bed spring wilh coil  spring mattress. 885-9966,  885-4155. #25  Tel S SOIL  Mushroom Manure-Bark Mulch  Topsoil mixed-Hog Fuel  By Ihe yard or Iruck lull. Top  quality products al reasonable  prices. You pickup or we deliver.  Phone anytime 885-5669.    TFN  Inglis auto, washer, exc. cond.,  guaranteed & delivered, $325.  883-2648. TFN  IBM compatable computer w/30  meg hard drive, keyboard and  amber monitor, brand new, jusi  $1199. 886-8356 days or eves.  #24sr  Good quality unmarked Queen  Size mattress 886-3032.      #24  Interested In buying small  acreage, one-10 acres, Gibsons/  Sechelt. Please write to J.  Schneider, Comp 23, Site 6,  SSI, Houston, BCVOJ120. #24  55 overweight people to lose 10  -25 lbs/mo. We'll pay you for  good results. Call 1-978-3008 loll  Iree lor a recorded message that  could change your life.        #25  Used 2X10's. 2X12's lor garden  boxes. .386-2922 #26  Post secondary student wanled  now for summer job. Interested in  anatomy, good eye lor detail and  a sense ol design Important.  Knowledge ol Macintosh useful  bul not essential. Folkslone  Design 886-4502 #24  Merit woodstove with oven and  warming oven, $500. 883-2396.   #23sr  Speed Queen reconditioned  dryer, $125; H/D Kenmore dryer,  $175. 885-4529 alter 6 pm.  #24sr  9'x12' decorator rug, $100.  886-2742. #24  Firewood, dry alder, any length,  delivered. $100/cord. 885-7166  mornings-evenings. #24  mm  SMOKED SALMON  Approx. 11t lbs. per bag  *84* perIb.  APPA SEAFOOD LTD.  lin Field Rd., SeclwR  between 9:00 & 4:00  '       .'   r-        ...aAjeae ���Coast News, June 11,1990  25.  FATHER'S^  DAY  4 DAYS ONLY  Chesterlield &  Love Seat  �������. uses  sale  M495  Recliner  , Reg. J5I9  'SALE '389  7 Piece Oak  Bedroom Suite'  Re*. $3495  SAtf M747  WHILE STOCK LASTSi  PRICE  SPECIALS!  A Real Apple HE, printer monitor  & 2 diskdrives & all Ihe software  you will ever need. $1750 OBO  886-2408. #25  ST.. Sechelt  mTuet.-Sal. 10-5  An old P & H welder with VH  Wisconsin engine, an old Power  Plant with 9H 1 hung Wisconsin  engine. An old 30 hp Johnson  outboard An old jet pump with  lank. 886-2357. #26  Farm tractor $1,000. M5-9357.  TFN  Sola, 8 seat long and matching  chair $300; blonde solid wood  dining room suile: table, 6 chairs,  bullet, china cabinet. $750.  885-3335. #24  1'A yr. old Hotpoint DW $400;  Gibson Appollo fridge wilh Ice  maker $500. Heavy duty  weedealer $75; wet/dry vacuum  $35. All In good working order.  886-2149. #24  2 antique dresser w/mirrors; 1  oak desk chair; wicker loveseat &  chair. 886-7463 #24  Hideabed good cond. $250  OBO. Solid walnut coffee and  lamp tables $75. 12 x 12 gold  carpet, good cond. $65 OBO.  Flberwood desk good cond. $50.  886-8224. #24  Singer Sewing Machine, zig-zag  etc. $130. 885-5369. #26  Bell sander $125: live 175 Daiwa  reels $25 ea. including line.  885-7977. #25  Bedroomsuite.exe. cond.,$300.  886-9743. #25  Heavy duty rotoliller. $275; 28"  Zenith TV. $490; 9x12 Chinese  carpet. $1950; antique oak/  leather chairs, $400: Folk harp,  $500; 1987 Reliant. 2 dr./std..  35.000 kms.. $6300; 2 bdrm.  Beach Ave., $110,000.  885-4800. #25  Baycresl iron stove with hot water  tank and accessories, clean,  perfect working order, $350.  886-8365. #25  3 burner propane camper stove,  cooler, stainless sleel, sink, cupboards, good lor camper or boat,  $100 lor everything. Moffat  dishwasher $100. 885-2418  eves. #24  Colour T.V, G.W.O. 20" with  cable converter $150. 885-1901  alter 6 pm #25  Duality RKondltloned Appliances  G.E. 15 cu. It. while 2 dr. frost-  Iree Iridge $389. Admiral duplex  3 dr. Irosllree wilh ice waler  dispenser, Ice-maker, new  $2450, now $867. Frigidalre Elite  30" stove wilh solid elements,  combine air convention oven, as  new $849. Inglis Normandie 5  cycle 2-spd washer $359. Speed  Oueen heavy duly drier. $269  and much more. Corner cupboard. 885-4434, Bjorn.  885-7897. #25  SolsltH(li>(  r  n  ���$*   -.  MOMS! MOMS! MOMS!  AVAILABLE AT PARTICIPATING  Oocksine  pbaRpaaqy  441 Marine De Gibsons  886-8168  Will buy non-working or used ma-  iw appliances 885-789?      #25  Apt. size dryer 110 volt S125; 2  pr. drapes 174"x80" I one  traverse rod. One rocker chair  pad set. All in good condition.  885-7604. #25  Grainmill $45; meat grinder $35;  hedge cutler $50 and planer $75.  886-2657. #25  10 sp. lire engine red bike. exc.  cond.. girls model. Linda  886-8545. #26  Windows: brand new. white double glazed. 3'xtv high, 3  sliders with screens, 1 non-  opening, $100 ea. or 4 lor $300.  886-4502 #27ss  6 YDS. DELIVERED  $40.00  LYLE FORBES  883-9907  30x15' above ground pool with  deep end, pump and solar cover,  never used, $2700. 885-5448.  #26  Approx. 5000 sq. It. used metal  roofing, suitable lor shop or barn,  $1500.885-5448. #26  Fischer baby bear wood stove,  $150,883-9110. #26sr  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644 -FN  Modern 30"x58" solid oak executive desk & tiller chair. $650.  885-9665. #24sr  Girl's Norco 12 sp. bike, excellent condition, $100: handmade dollhouse with accessories,  $50; bi-lold doors, $20: door  w/lrame. $10.885-7105.    #24  Fridge and stove, exc. cond.,  $650 OBO lor both. 883-2116.  #24  Small fridge/freezer. Danby inglis, like new, $275, 885-4151,  885-7950. #25ss  Auto. AM/FM cassette, graphic  equalizer, hi-comp speakers,  $275. 885-4151, 885-7950.  #25ss  Bobcat 642. exc. cond., $8750  OBO.Phone 886-7799.       #24  Model FEZ Yamaha Electone  organ. $3500; Fender Gemini 2  guitar, $175 OBO. 883-2239. #24  Turquoise Tappan elec range.  $75: sky blue bath tub. toilet and  sink incl. 5' marble top vanity.  $150; 4X6 spring mattress. $20;  two rollaway cols with mattresses. $50; misc. carpet  lengths. $1.00; 26" Zenith colour TV & turquoise Iridge requiring repairs, $1 & $25 resp. Take  all - oilers considered. 263-9524  #24  AUCTION SALE  Sal. June 16-10 am  McLeod Road Fair Grounds  Powell River. BC  LOGGING EQUIPMENT  W26 Case Bucket, Grapple  Forks; Kenworth Logging Truck  wilh Trailer; Timber Jack Skidder; Ingersol Rand 300 CFM  Compressor wilh J.D. Diesel  Power on Skids; Custom made  Hydraulic two dimension 36x20  Saw Mill 28 loot Hack, 250 GMC  power 3 drum Yarding Winch,  Skidder; D6 Traxcavator Pads.  Cal wilh Grapple and Bucket.  Nicholson Stationary Hyd. Log  Sorter; 2 Gerlinger Straddle Carriers, Diesel Power wilh Cabs;  1975 Ford 600 S/A C/C-1985  GMC C50 S/A 10' Dump.  FARM AND LIVESTOCK  1985 Ford Tractor 3 PTH; Ford  Front End Loader; Manure  Spreader; Side Delivery Rake;  One Bottom 3 PTH Plough; 3 PTH  Disker; Corn Planter; 10 Pin-  zgaeur Angus Cross: Cow Call  Pairs 90 Crop; 16Y.0. Plnzgaeur  Bull; 5 Herford Cross Cow Call  Pairs; Hogs, Sheep and Horses;  Harness, Saddles and Tack.  CARS AND LIGHT TRUCKS  1975 Ford 1 Ton C/C-1981 Chev  1 Ton Gump: 1974 GMC 1 Ton  Dump; 1982 Ford Service Van;  1982 Chev Work Van; 1977  Dodge 'A Ton Shorty.  BOATS AND R.V.  22 Fibrelorm Cruiser Hull; 17'  0-Day Sail Boat fully loaded wilh  Trailer and 4 HP Johnson Kicker:  27' Cabin Cruiser wilh 302 I.O.  Leg, Flying Bridge; 16' Camper  Trailer; 10' Alaskan Camper.  MISCELLANEOUS  EQUIPMENT  12' Body Van; Onan Miller  Welder; Kohler 2 KW Ge Set;  Chainsaws: Fire Tools; New Hand  Tools.  HOUSEHOLD AND ANTIDUES  Antique Cast Iron Bathtub on  Legs with Brass Taps; Two  Households of Furniture; Antique  China Cabinet; 1949 Fargo <k  Ton. #24  ��� FINDERS        KEEPERS*  ANTIQUES  COLLECTIBLES  Seek out our Specials  Regular hours lor January except  Friday we open Irom 4:30 - 7:30  BaUnul **���-  "a.   Minna dn Limren  it the Sunnycrest Mal  886-4551  TFN  All steel bush box lor S.W.B.  truck. $700 OBO. 886-2198.  #25sr  IBM clone 640K, 40 mgb. hd.  built-in modem, keyboard,  monochrome monitor. MS-DOS  assl'd software. $1200 OBO.  883-2284.  #24s  3 new GE radios VHF 2 ch. base,  mobile, portable. $2500 or Irade?  886-7311, #24  16'A II. Cygnet Travel Trailer,  slove, Iridge. sink, sleeps 4.  $2200.886-2186 #26  13 pc men's goll clubs plus bag  $350.886-7880. #25  3 IBM Seleclrlcs. 2 Olivetti  ET221s. best oiler, maint.  records accessories avail. To  view or bid phone 883-2727 between 9 & 3, min. bid, $50 as is.  #24  Pecan dining suite, 4 chairs, 2  leafs Incl. hutch, $750; like new  10 sp. mountain bike, $275.  1968-69 MGB, pads. 885-3348.  #26  9 cu. ft. Admiral chest freezer,  gd. cond., $75; 5X6 metal  garden shed, assembled, $75.  883-2982. #26  Two 875X16.5 radial tires on  Ford % ton, rims, $125.  886-9282. #24  Husky chainsaw, 40" bar/28"  bar. new chain, greal firewood or  shake block saw, $395.  885-7177 days 885-7874. #24sr  Wedding and engagement rings  for Vi appraised value.  886-7819. #24sr  Complete kitchen cabinets & appliances (apt. size). 886-2924  alt. 6 pm. #26sr  Chesterfield, chair, table, lamp.  886-8025. #24  BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  These Ads appear in Ihe more lhan 90 Newspapers ol the B.C and Yukon Communily  Newspapers Association and reach more than 1.400.000 homes and a potential two million readers  $165 tor 25 words $3.15 per additional word       Call the Coast News at 885-3930  AUTOMOTIVE  Active Aulo Broker., efapowl  ���gent lex AcUve Bailtl Services.  Repooieialoni, estate, legale,  cara,tnidet,malexhoinM,l>oate.  CU Mr. Pile* (only), (604)434-  181B. D5476.  bimjxnosupfi.es  FHEEbookH. Concrete or wood  lor your beaaMm.nl? Belore you  deddegti the lade. C.II FOUNDATION FOCUS 1-800-663-7774,  8:30 ��.m.-4:30 p.m. POT, M-F.  SUMeNESS OPPORTUNITIES  START YOUR own knrJort/expext  buelraM, even eptre lame. No  money or experience. Since  1948. Free brochure: Wade  WbrM Trade, c/o Cdn. Smal  BueJneteeHtet.Depl.Wl, 1140  BelMity M. N. *1, Scetitorough,  Ontario, M1H1H4.  beveM $12,000 h a high end deck  waleiproesflng doaJereht) for this  area. Top qually proedud line  allows lex above average relum  onbivtelmenl. We eupply owning Invexetory, tool* and training.  Suoceesful daalenhlpa eslab-  Haired acroea Cauda. Phone  colled Mr. D. Chaisson,  (d04)S60.1200.      MCOME OF OVER $60,000  POSSIBUH. Wanled Mauler U-  eeneeee lor Nexthern B.C. - Center! Interior Kootenaye - Vancouver Itland-LowerMalnland. Trio  Plan frozen dough A sauce is  etupfXeledtoover ISOraetauranls,  beveeaoeeoome, A hdele in Canada. Dueloaeewclalproceeethe  cilia dough will riseae lie cooking and lad Iha earn* quality as  Ireth plua mad* dally In targe  ptuerin. A rMUur.nl can buy  die iyu.ni lor under 14,000 Induing oven. Invoetereont required SS.00O41S.0O0. For more  lnlorniallonoal(604)eK1-73S3.  eUawCMo- for eaat emoWngor  weighlloee. Opeialeltonihejeiie,  ���am S78 hourly. Ful taeMng and  CeirttetaleptieVexted. krveaelm.nl  $2,484. Cal Mr. Taylor  (804)S3W457.   PaitetjoButo* 2 lor 1 plan fran-  eNeu -Plua 'Paeta 'Chicken  ���Rebe. B.C.* targtel plua Iran-  <Nm. ProvenreauH. Fe*lneie*n  andeupport. Simple lo operate.  EiMll.nl alee etlllevailablo. Cal  now! 1-SS(HJ621or1-S30-6618  Trempoln*. W��nl ��� Irampolkie  loryourleOTllythleeuinmer? We  wart ieplM.nlatVei In your  ���re*, undoIItogether. Cal  Marty oalM. VaneoouverTram-  patna. Bgagjios.  14 Acre XMAS THKE FARM.  t2to1Stoueandnoo. 4tw>  aand ready lor harveel Ihb  war. Itaaon lor eating-Old  Age. 988-4481.  For |uel $166.00 you can  ptacaMCtaaoidodadlnover  too newepaiaere jHough-  oUaC.AYulion. Formore  3��iloncelBCYCNA.t  (S04)SeM222.  BUSINESS OPKRTUMTES  Eimthoejwnd.alhom*inepare  time. No experience mcessary.  Retth SAS.E: Strachn Enterprise. Lid., 2S80 Hurexlarlo St.  81a 131., Mlsaissauga. Ontario,  LSB1NS.  ���USINEM PERSONALS  eBody,Mind,SpM. Whoareyou  realy? CalDlanellcaHollln.. 1-  800-FOR-TRUTH.  EDUCATION  EMPLOYABLE? ALWAYS! Canada rwede Cooks. Alter6months  ol lrten.lv. training, be emptoy-  ���ebto In CeYnada'.laaieet growing  Induslry. eaovemmenl (landing,  Mud.nl loan, to fund yourlmure.  Job guaranty. Diploma. PIERRE OUBRULLE CULINARY  SCHOOL 1622 W.8th Ave.,  Vancouver, VeSJ 4R8. (604)738-  3155.  now accepting appHcxellon. lor  enrollmenl Inlo our dayttnw or  evening ooureee In comprehen-  skln care and etadrolysle. Call  (604)685-4122. 18 Waler St.,  Vanoouvar, B.C.. VeSBteM.  HAS AUCTIONEERING ever Interested you? "Yea". Nol sure  ���bCKjHllh.lKUollhlelexr.liVe  prdeeelon? Cal The Audknwr-  Ing Inetltute ol Canada,  I hydmlrater, AB. 1403)875-  333*.  EMPtOYMiNT WANTED  Young lamlly ol live Mmaelly  d>��.lr..to return lo.hMltiyiural  ���nvfroiirn.nl lolv. and <twk on  lewnMndi and team our cNMren.  Fanning atpatianoe, oonalnic-  iKjei. logging and more. M equation, and area. eoneMetred In-  dueaVegeeeoeklopeeje-chM.. Ratal  emo. (804)56/4748.  FOR SALS MMC  Lighting llxtum. WeetemeCan-  ada'ilaig.eledtaplay. Wholesesal.  and mall. Fmcaialogue avail-  -t-1- aea ���   m.. . .    _    | <_|J|,, ���   an,--.���  ���DM     NOIDUm LDcWmg Utfflre.  4600E��etHaellrneSt.  B.C.,  VSC  2KB.  (e904)2��M666.  Phone:  8 S N Home Shopping dub,  81,000 credt Ine guaianlNd.  Cal now lor pre afummt m i ill-  avion ie04)5a��og8��.32llima  S4.,Vlaoria,B.C.,VK3R��.  Sumy, B.C. Jim* 12, Richie  eSroa. AudlonMre are Ming 50  lewd forte*, to Ngheel bidder.  Rough terrain, pneiumalic, eoM  ATTENTION WME A BEER  rnalw*. WMEARTetNtaayoulo  cal me lor sn ml art* 14a ot  OnJeii over ISO, woi  M048343I2. In  Yukon ptaaM (al: 731-4739.  B<  BUY FACTORY DIRECT. New  M^MwIm MMton ol uMd  hontn. Nout eHofMt, Edtnon-  ton, AB, (403)447-2333,  (403)447-3010.  FOR SALE MISC  Trucks, running or pans. 14loot  Mler.aold Onelontnhr. Used  leimbeH. Four Iruck tx>x.s. 500  geafceioltink Fond parts. Phon.  1-73W711,1-732-9e9M.  SUMMER SPECIAL: Removable  taltooe, attractive body accents,  slays on tor several days, nontoxic. Package ex 25 Oriy S4.SS.  Also Welter watches - $12.95:  microwave leakage lester -  S12.9S. To order: Rupert - Mel  Marketing, 3753 CanSK SI.,  Burnaby, V8Q 2H1. (VIsa/MC  rXccepmS).  For Sal. 7DO plus theatre Mala.  Vary reasonable. Phon. Vernon  (604)540-1284 ex 54M3778 en-  unaa.  OUDENetM  THE ULTIMATE GARDENER'S  STORE, 1,OOP's ol products,  greenhouses, hydroponics, hue*,  ebookastactton. S4lexcalalogu.  lui ol money saving coeepons.  Wesisrn Welter Farm, t103,  2012044th Ave., Langtay, B.C.,  V3A4P7.  AlumlnunVGIass QreMnnoueaa  andSoeWume. Single aid double  glazed, etralghl and cuevead MM  units. Phon. or wrl. lor FREE  BROCHURE: B C. QreenhouM  Build.rs Ud., 7423 HeMMy Ave.,  BumeUby, B.C., V5E 2R1. 433-  4220.  HEALTH  VITAMIN DISC0UNT8. Bine  1073. otlmlng high quaiy-loavMl  peicM on Vitamins, Meteeeale,  Hait>a.Boity Building rend Welegln  Lou, Siepeplemenls, Hair Treat-  mert.SNn Care and More. FREE  CATALOGUE. Writ.: V1TAMM  DISCOUNTS, D^X.BCIS, 260  8.W. Meirin. Drive, Vanoouwr,  B.C .V5X2R5.1-800-663-0747.  In Veinoniwr, 321-7000.  Lom 10-20 Mmonth. SaMy.  Wlh revdullexiwy, ealixal, lieib  Msaed, Doedesr reexxrHTiended  Oe.1 DtacProgram. BalaMoap-  P.U.. Le>M inch*. (celuWe).  CI loeWre. 1.978-3071.  HELP WANTED  HELPWANTED  OFFICE CLERK REQUIRED for  Ford dealership In Upper Fraser  Valley. Dealership experlenoe  preferred. Apply in writing whh  resume lo: Box D-66, do The  Chilliwack Progress, 45e360  Spadlna Avenue, Chilliwack,  B.C..V2P6H9.  OwiMupoallons. Hunoredeol  leap-paying positions. Al occupations Allractlve benefits. Free  etelals: Overaeas Employment  S��ivlc.s, Dept. CA, Box 4eSO,  Mexirt Royal Ouetaeo, H3P 3C7.  LET'S QETBIZZYI MUl-milon  dokr national firm etasks 2 repm-  MntaUvH in your area. Candidate, selected can earn up lo  $2,000 WMMy. Indhekauals applying should be available Immedl-  ���t.ly lor placemen). Cal  (416)75M111 or (416)7,56-7708  lor your conlidenlial interview.  MMEDIATE OPENING loraxpe-  rlerio*dpaate-ueo/lypeMltw,wlth  knowtodgeolPag.mak.r. Cam-  am knowledge an asset. Only  IhoM wlh above qualHIcalkins  neeed apply. Please phone Kathy  or Doug al Ihe TIMES, 463-2281.  OuaWtod retail grocery person  required. Must have experience  ordering, slocking product.  Butchering experience an assel,  but not necessary. Resume-Box  8371 Haines Junction. Yukon.  Y1A1L0.  NOTICE  Horee Racing - dune 30/July 1.  Thoroughbred and Quarter  Horses. Peiri-Mutuel Wagering.  PRINCETON SUNFLOWER  DOWNS. Fix more Inlormalion  write: P.O. e9ox 540, Prineseton,  B.CV0X1W0.  JOIN THE REFORM PARTY OF  CANADA. Annual membership  810.00. Contributions welcome.  Send lo Reform Party of Canada,  P.O. Box 15387, Vancouver,  B.C..V6B5B2. For further Wo,  cal688-eS090.  REAL ESTATE  Kamloops and Area PropartlM.  Writ, lor informalkxi or Biiy.r'.  e]Uid.lo: Inland Realty, 322 Seymour SI., Kamloopa, B.C., V2C  202. Attn: PropertyCewrdkiator.  Phon.: (604)374-3022.  RELAX COUNTRY LIVING.  1,8,10 acre Ma. Water, hydro,  telephone, river view and river  Ironl. 30 ml��s west ex Kamloops.  Calcoitaa: (604)373-2282.  SHOPPING CENTRE  61 ,eS25,0OO. Triple ml leases.  Mega. 11,145,000 at 10 7/8%.  Income $180,000. Fordelaaxal  Gotlon or Mae Moir. 1 (403)932-  4596.  Entrantalor The 1990 Search lex  B.C. Mosl Phaogenic Female.  1st Prin $10,000 cash ��� $10,000  PtllM. Sexneone you know?  SandS.ASE lo: RULES, 1990  Search, Box 5055, Vancouver,  VeSB 4A9 or phone 7334708  (recewvM menage). Comas!  douM July 31. Seponaored by  Tha Hudson's Bay.  Train lo manage an AparimenV  Cexidominium oexnplex. Tha  peivei mem ret lice n����Jhom.srudy  criHIcallcn Includes tne placement aaetalance. FrMbrochure:  (604)661-8486. On RMTI, 1120-  78BW. Pmder. Vanooum.BC,  V6C1H2.  SERVICE TECHNICIAN - For  Nortlwrn B.C. and Alb.rU lo re  skti In In. Prino. e3.org. area  To proved. leKhnical support lor  our en Mna and unargy system..  OuaWlcatlons are strong .ledri-  cal or .tadroeiics background,  Iroubte ahoollng Mb, exijoy  peopl. and be prepared tolravel.  Background In the Forest Prod-  ud. Muatry an assel bu not  mandakxy. S*nd resume to Sal-  ton Fabrication Ltd., 19087-96  Ave.Sexrey.B.C,V3T4W2.  WANTED: 98 people to lose 10-  29b. In30elays. W.payyou.  Dexlor recommended Cell loll-  eVM 1-97SO074.  Editor ret-ared lor th. Jaapar  Boomer. Mnimwn two yeiare  exptrlenoeprelerred. Sendres-  ume����h<MMryaxpadallaralo:  Jeaspw OoeKei, Box Mo, Jattm,  AB.T0E1E0.  WANTED: Ovtrweighl pecpl. lo  ! tern latoJMN. per*no. and Mm  extra W 10O%n��lural. Fuly  Tol-lree 1-978-  guarenleaaed.  Jeoutmyman lloor la<rer lor CetapeM  ���ndaheetgeDoda. MuMhev*e>wn  loolaandlnick. Mialbaralifale.  am MiMedtaMy. CU Custom  Carpert eSatea and InMHatltin.  HOU8EWWES, Modwre ��nd h-  tMMlid pwion* nttdtd ImniMft-  iMy to mt tow andateter H*-  ttoniiHamt Party Pmn. Noln-  vMlnwfi, wiwflH, Of fnonty   *- Crt(5UU8^7WS.  KamleaoepB This We.k, a twtc-  WMkly oommurtly newepeper, Is  looking lor an sxpsrlencd Ac-  court ExMulev.. tendcompteM  resume to:Kamkx>()8 This W��k,  ���1141* Victoria SI.. Kamloops,  B.C.,  VSC  2A3.     Ann:  Don  .���UNKET CLASSIFIED  MW  Beach more than 1 5 mUkoei  reaeStr.kxiuslt165.00.  REAL ESTATE AUCTION lor  Phoenix Millwexk Ceinada Lid.,  Sal. June 16,1990. Vatamount,  BC. Sepadaciiar vtew lot. and  acreagts. Prima, axnmercial  and Industrial lots  Excitant In  vestment opportunity. Al  proleded. AppreulnuMy 130  lotel sce-M oK.rad. CortKl:  Rodg��e Ptlmon. (604)568-  2716. John Petereon, (604)566-  4436. Sekura Audkxw, Ron,  (403)542-4337.  By owner - 2.8 acre., sm.1 orchard, raMrvoir, 3 bedroom, 2  IrapkOH, vatoy A Oh/mplc MM.  View, 2766 taland Vtew Rd.,  Saanlchton, B.C. For afxpoinl-  merit662-1421. $229,000.  SERVICES  Major ICBC and lerjury claims.  Josl A. Wener, trial tawyer lor 21  ynre. Call ooSed, (604)736-  S900, Vanoouvar. Itnoreoovary,  note.. No Yukon .neyjirtM.  "ICBC dteredm. $3,500. Carey  LW. got m. $1,90.000." G.N.,  AebMsford. UwexllmolCarey  Linda, Vanoouvar 664-7796.  .Serving dents tteraughoU B.C.  torlSyaeva.  TRAVEL  Joining our International Trawl  Ck* wi uv. |��u up lo 80* otl  hotel, airfare, ciuaM-ahto wortd-  wMa). Fre. dstala: J.f.O. Box  67672 8tn.O, Vanoouerer. B.C.,  V5W3V2,  WANTED  WANTED: ExpNtamdootNlor  ���rlenee lo purchaw otder  Mo��n*pdtery. EjpeceMyleh.  Ire. or mushroom designs and  ���nylMoritnemewvioMirad.  layMoorotdlorltWnlyiee. Cal  "fc* Victoria WePMlK  (���OflMeMSW.  16' Holiday Irailer & 1976  Cherokee Jeep wagon in gd.  cond., Irailer has slove. Iridge,  turnace. portapolty in bathroom  New 8x12' spring loaded awning  on side and smaller awning on  rear New lires. Jeep includes 40  channel CB. 4WD. selling lor  $4750 tor whole unit or will sell  separate. Will arrive from  Nanaimo on June 11 wilh unit. If  interested call Marcy at 754-2597  or cal! 886-3737 daytime and Iv.  mess. ��4  Lois ol baby stuff, pool table, and  large freezer. 886-8500.      #26  Sola loveseat, cream coloured.  like new, $300: wood coffee table  wilh storage, $75; .galvanized  boal trailer, 14' Easyloader,  $500; Kenmore cabinet sew  mach.. $150; 2-posilfon recliner.  .cream coloured, like new, $250;  6' util trailer with campy, $350;  35 HP Johnson motor (needs  work), $600.886-8991.      #24  3-axle equipment trailer. 6-7 ton  capacity. $2500 060 Lyle  Forbes, 883-9907. ��4  1984 eCamaro Z28, high output  V8, T-lops, power seals, mirrors,  hatch, cruise, tilt. air. Greal  shape. $9499.885-2399.     #25  1976 Dodge Aspen wagon, excellent running condition. $1000  0B0. 1979 Ford Fairmount  wagon, excellent running condition. Good body, new motor.  $350OOBO. 886-3574.        #25  1979 Silverado Chev pick-up.  350 HP motor, fully loaded with  extras, llll wheel, cruise control,  tape deck, radio, also CB radio,  full hookup lor trailer or 5th  wheel, very good shape, very little rust. $4500.886-2685.    #26  '87 Escort wagon. $8000 OBO.  38.000 kms. runs well.  886-8544 eves. #26  1980 Ford 250 4x4, 6 cyl. standard, sleel construclion box,  $5000.886-3921 eves.     #24sr  1986 Ford Tempo-L, $5900.  883-2906. #25sr  '76 Camaro. 350 auto, 4 barrel,  dual exhaust, new rubber &  brakes, am/fm cassette, goes  good, $1000 OBO. 886-8428.  #25sr  74 Cutlass Supreme HT. P/B.  P/S. $485.885-3585.       #25s  '87 F-150. Supercab 300 -6-cyl.  5-spd., loaded, 40.000 kms..  $15,500.885-5700.        #27ss  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Cai Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  and Tewing  886-2020  TFN  77 Volkswagen Van for pans.  886-3331. #24sr  1973 Mustang Legrande. 302  auto., gd. rubber, solid body.  $1400.885-2207. #24sr  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van.  captains seats, needs work,  parts. 885-2207. #25sr  75 Ford Torino 2 dr. coupe,  65.000 orig. miles. $1950.  885-7703. #24  1980 Ford F250 4X4 run. cond .  or lor parts. $800 0B0 Dan  886-8036. #24  1985 Nissan Micra. 52.000  kms.. auto, trans. AM/FM  cass. $4500.886-7217   #25ss  80  Ponliac  Laurenhan.   exc  cond. $3500 060 886-2340.  #25  72 Volvo SW. dependable,  strong, well main!., extras.  886-2457 #24  1979 customized Bronco Irontend  damage. $3000 Ask lor Brian  883-2425 #25  1975 Ford cabover 5 ton Heeler,  all gas., gd shape. $10,000.  925-2378. #26ss  1974 Ford Capri, runs well. $550  OBO. 886-8578 #25  1977 Ponliac Grand Salari in exc.  cond. $2500 886-7373.     #25  1984 Ford Mercury Marquois station wagon, 3.81. V6.25 miles/  gal., exc. cond.. $5000 OBO.  885-3159. #24  1974 Dodge SB/PU slant 6, runs  well. $800. 886-8704 eves..  885-5548 days. #25  '83 Chev % Ion PU, 350 auto,  tow package, PS, PB, radials.  very clean. $6500. 886-9353 or  886-7927. #25  1976 Dodge Aspen wagon, excellent running condition. $1000  OBO. 1979 Ford Fairmount  wagon, excellent running condition. Good body, new molor.  $3500060.886-3574.        #25  *fe  SUNROOFS  INSTALLED  Low as  $259��?���  Sechelt Mobile  Installations  885-5864  78 Ford Fiesta, rough looking,  runs line, cheap. 886-2457. #24  '80 Mustang 4-spd.. AM/FM  cass., runs great, looks gd..  $1250 OBO 886-3005 #24  79 Malibu GM SW. runs well.  $1100 Ph 886-3936. #26  '77 VW VaoT$500 dove I homo.  186-7591 #24  1964 Pontiac Grand Prix. $1400  885-5369 #26  84 V, ton Dodge PU. canopy, gd  cond , $6300 885-2243.      #24  74 Ford Van Econoline 200, runs  well $650 OBO 88fe 4917  #2bsi  1966 Ford Van. lair cond.. $450  OBO. 886-7444. #25ss  1983 Chev Blazer Silverado 4x4.  305 aulo.. gloss black, grey Int.,  exc. cond.. $12,000 OBO.  886-7938. #24s  1979 Dodge Diplomat, sell lor  $1500 or trade for equal value  auto 'A ton truck. 886-7307.  #24s  78 Ford Fiesta, original owner,  new clutch, sunrool. $1050 OBO.  886-2706. #25sr  68 Cadillac Sedan Deville from  California, power to burn, just  needs a little 'tinkering'. $1200  080 886-3912 Mween 5-8pm.  #23ss  '69 Chrysler Newport 2 dr. ht,  gd. cond.. new paint, brakes,  shocks, dependable. $2200 OBO.  886-3912 between 5-8pm. #23ss  76 Dalsun 510. $1100:  886-2826. #25sr  76 302 motor. $200. 886 282fj.  *25s��  '69 Plymouth Valiant. $500:  886-2826. ��25sr  1986 Ford Ranger Supercab XLT,-  75.000 kms.. $7500 OBOi  886-9065 alter 5. #2<  1981 Dodege van, slant 6. exc-  cond.. low mileage, $4200'  886-8771. #24:  1985 Toyota Tercel. 2 dr.. aulo.-  gd. cond.. $5500. 885-452(1  eves #27s,*,  75 F250. runs good, body  rough. $5000B0.886-9127 #2��  1980 Ford ft ton, 302 AT, clean;  dependable work truck. $3550.  8857331 #26  80 Buick Century sin. wgn ,.'  S7500B0 886-8101. ��4:  82 Dalsun King Cat) PU. $2500.  886-8101 #24.  77 Buick  Regal.  $900 OBO.:  886-8101 #24'  1980 Dodge Ram short box, slant-  six, 4 sp , $2950 OBO'  886-9009. #26  '80 Mazda RX7. while. 5 spd.,  sunrool, air, mags, radar, exc.  cond , $5700.886-2477.     #28;  1981 Chev <h ton, V8 AT. very  reliable, runs great, $3875.  885-2521. #26  1969 Dodge Fargo. $150  886-2977 after 6 pm. #24.'  C snipers  Motorhomes  21' Scamper Iravel trailer, sell-  cont., 4 burner stove and oven,  0/S 3-way Iridge. new radial  lires, excellent cond., $9000.  Phone 885-2271 after 6 pm. #24  Trillium trailer (1300) slove,  3-way Iridge, P/P, good cond..  $3000 OBO. 886-8945.        #24  SOUTH COAST FORD SOUTH COAST <��   USED MRS   1990 TAURUS SH0 4 door. 6 cylinder. 5 speed  1989 TEMPO 2 door, 4 cylinder, 5 speed  1989 THUNDERBIRDV6. automatic  ���   1989 DODGE ARIES 4 cylinder, automatic  |   1989 CAVALIER SW 4 cylinder, automalic  1989 ARIES 4 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1988 CUTUSS SUP V6. automatic  1988 MUSTANG GT vs. automatic  1988 TOWN CAR 4 door. 8 cylinder, automatic  1987 TEMPO GL 4 door. 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1987 OLDS '98 4 door. 6 cylinder automatic  1987 FIER0GTV6. 5 speed  1987 TRACER HTBK 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1987 COUGAR 2DR/CPE vs. automatic  1987 TRACER GS HTBK 4 cylinder, automatic  1987 TAURUS SON 4 door. 6 cylinder, automatic  1987 CAMARO HTBK 6 cylinder, automatic  1986 ESCORT L 4 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1986 CELEBRITY 4 door. 4 cylinder, aulomatic  198S TOYOTA SW 4 door, 4 cylinder, aulomatic  1985 CIVIC 2 door. 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1985 COUGAR 2 door. 6 cylinder, automatic  1984 LTD 4 door, V6, automatic  1984 ESCORT 4 door, diesel. 5 speed  1984 CHARGER 2 door. 4 cylinder, aulomatic  1982 EXP 2 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1982 ESCORT 4 cylinder  1981 TRANS AM V8. automatic  1981 GLC 2 door. 4 cylinder. 4 speed  1981 T-BIRD 8 cylinder, aulomatic  3 1981 DATSUN 310 2 door. 4 cylinder. 4 speed  ���    1981 AMC SPIRIT P/U 6 cylinder 4 speed  |   1980 T-BIRD 2 door. V8, automatic  i   1980 COUGAR XR7 V8. automatic  1   1980 COUGAR XR7 V8. aulomatic  '   1980 GRANADA 2 door. 6 cylinder, aulomatic  1980 GRANADA 2 door. 6 cylinder, automatic  1980 MUSTANG 2 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1980 CUTLESS SUP. CPE 2 door. 8 cylinder  1979 T-BIRD V8. automatic  1978 CUTLESS SUPREME vs. automatic  1978 LTD II4 door. vs. automatic  1978 DATSUN 510 4 cylinder. 4 speed  1976 SEDAN DEVILLE vs. automalic  1975 T0R0NAD0 2 door. V8. automatic   USED TRUCKS   1990 F-250 4x4 vs 5 speed  1989 F-150 vs. 5 speed  1989 F-150 VS. 5 speed  j 1989 BRONCO IIV6 5 speed  G 1989 F-250 4x4 V8. automatic  3 1989 BLAZER 4X4 V6. automatic  1988 F-150 VS. 4 speed  1988 AEROSTAR V6, automatic  1987 AEROSTAR ve, automalic. 0/D  1987 VOYAGER SW 2 door. 6 cylinder, automalic  1986 RANGER 4x4 V6. automatic  1986 BRONCO SW 2 door. V6. 5 speed  1986 BRONCO II ve. 5 speed  1986 RANGER P/U V6. automatic  1986 RANGER P/U V6.4 speed  1984 BRONCO II 4X4 V6.4 speed  1978 WAGONEER SW vs. automalic  1977 DODGE VAN 6 cylinder, automatic  1976 F-250 S/CAB vs. aulomatic  1975 F150 VS. aulomatic  1973 VW CAMPER VAN 4 cylinder. 4 speed  BOXLINER        mmm,    DlNM  r/1 SOUTH COAST FORD SOUTH fc.  Coast News, June 11,1990  Campers  Motorhomes  28' Prowler 5th wheel, excellent  shape, air conditioning. TV aerial.  $11.5000BO. 885-5861    #23sr  1987 deluxe motor home. 24',  .perleclly clean and Al condition.  ^686-8481. #25sr  '73 Econoline molorhome. good  shape. $3900 060 8ti6-2j24  all. 6 pm. e��26sr  Older camper. 3 power propane,  2 sleeper, good condilion. $300.  886-2108. #24s  -1989 Prairie Schooner 36' 5th  avheel. loaded. $46,700.  J86-7489. #26s  LET'S TALK  MONEY  I ei s gel together and sell  voir, RVumt II we can I sell  ei wp ll tine, il Fiee Appiaisal  and pickup anywhere  LANTZVILLE RECREATION  COMPANY LTD.  m Free 1-800-663-4234  D7363  24' Holidaire exc. cond.. $7000  or trade. Call 885-9011        #24  27 Prowler, clean, new carpet,  everything works, no leaks.  S7000. Call Gordon or June. Duncan Cove Resort. 883-2424.  #24  26 travel Irailer. good cond..  $4800 OBO. 883-2930 or  253-6087. #24  m Ford F150 4x4 4 sp., 6 cyl.,  ���8, 8'ft Securely camper, $8200.  '.886-7842 #25  frailer. Boler, good condition.  -Sleeps 3. spare wheel. $1500  OBO. 885-9772. #26ss  12 It. trailer, sleeps 6. stove, furnace. 2 way lights. $950.  883-2451. #26  31' Terry Taurus. 1982. exc.  cond.. sel up on pad, $15,000.  886-9286. 885-4684 eves.   #26  40'   Park  model  trailer,   dbl.  Iipouls. $13,000 lirm. 885-2216.  #24  30' 5th wheel, exc. cond..  S10.000 OBO 885-7626,  885-7855. #26  Iraveleze 24'travel trailer. Excellent condilion. 885-7626.  886-7855. #25  Pacllica 20 1988 20' centre consol boal, complete w/power.  $8500.883-9110 #24sr  IS' Hourston Glasscralt. hard  lip.   90   HP Mercury   0/B.  sounder. VHF. covered, $6950.  885-9665. #24sr  Evinrude 15 HP, $300: Silver  Seagull. $500: Yamaha 9 9 HP.  $1500 885-9772. #24sr  26 Apollo 225 Merc I/O.  w'/trailer. $12,500 OBO.  883-9440. #23ss  16' K&C Thermonjass boal. 85  HP Evin, new canvas, new leg.  trailer. $3000 OBO. 885-5858 or  886-9078 #24sr  Spring Bok 12'4" alum, boat and  cover, 9.9 HP Johnson molor.  Highliner trailer, new, $3950  OBO. 883-2239. #24  14' Mirrocrafl. swivel seats, 9.9  HP Evinrude. as new. $2300.  885-4716. #25ss  11' eSoat. 7Vj HP Merc and  Irailer Very clean. $1000.  J86-7338. #25  J7' Reinel. canvas lop. 65 HP  ���flerc. Irailer. $2700. 885-5369.  #26  2�� F/G Camptender 440 Marine  fiVcool 2-1 reduction, exc. hull,  ijry sea worthy, sacrifice $7000  firm. Jim 885-4457. #24  1a)89 9.9 Mariner, excellent condi-  iexji, $1100. 883-2211.       #25s  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9��"9-2O-30-40 50-70 HP  ���988-1989 Evinrudes. Excellent  Condition Lowes Resort,  883-2456. TFN  CJI25. fully equipped, moorage  included. $11,500 886-8706.  #25sr  Totally rebuilt 316 cu. In left &  Mt wilh gears. 883-9110.  *26sr  Ve*s> There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 885-5278.  : TFN  8R00KS & MILLER  FLOOR C0VERING8 ltd.  ejenjamln Moore A International  a   . Paints  IMarlnt  ���   Flnlthtt  Commercial  ���  Pricing   ���  ���Bill Wood  i sechelt  bu. 885-2923  ,   ^r��. 6855058  all  A\  SECHELT MARINE  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain Bill Murray  M CM UX.    M.N.A.M.Sl  M.A.B.Y.C.   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants I  885-3643  23' Brandlyiw. Volvo. Work required. $1850 OBO: 22V  Sangstercralt. No molor. $1100  OBO. 885-3127. #26sr  Owens Flagship 26'. 225 HP.  rebuill. 250 hrs.. head, mahog.  Irim. sleeps 6. $12,000 OBO.  1-682-8012. #24  22' Bayliner Sunbridge - sleeps  lour, VHF. new canvas. F.W.C  886-8250 #24ss  19 V: glassply hard-lop wilh  tandem trailer, lully-equipped  $3450.883-2462. #24ss  For Sale: Float with building  886-8058 #25ss  17Vi' KSC FG boal, 120 HP  Volvo, great boat. $5500 OBO  885-5623 eves #24  1983 16 Campion, exc. shape,  lull canvas, built-in gas tank. 60  HP Mariner, small molor bracket,  galv. trailer, seldom used.  $6450 686-8382 #24  Xanoda. N' 43' D-licence packer  $28,000.  K   Farrell 685-1126  weekends or gen/del. Egmont.  #26ss  19V F/G boal. 115 HP Merc.  CB. Sounder, trailer. $5500 OBO.  886-9050. #24  23' F/G boat caddy cabin.  w/Ford Merc motor. 280 Volvo  heavy duly dual axel trailer.  cond.. $7900 686-9025.  ���8481. #24  2350 Bayliner Nisqually C-B. 260  Volvo. 280 leg. lots ol extras,  $14,900 Madeira Marina or  987-5906. #24  26' Tolleycrall, new Volvo diesel  with duo prop. 300 hrs.. cruises  22 Imols at 4 gal/hr 886-8628.  #25  Wanted: Galleon dinghy, approx.  9 II., imitation Lapstrake  fibreglass. Also small used  sailboat.'wooden masts, spars,  sails (any size). 883-2882.   #26  16' Lund 40 HP Yamaha. Irailer,  good cond.. greal lishing boat.  $3500.885-9464. #25  11' Boat. Th HP Merc and  trailer Very clean. $1000.  886-7338. #25  EVINRUOE OUTBOARDS ~  Special savngs on all models in  slock. Full marine services. Hyak  Marine Services 886-2246.   #24  17 II Peterborough Bow-Ryder  70 HP Johnson. $3500.  885-4149. #26  25 fl. Tollycrall Express Cruiser'  OMC power, gd. cond., $15,000  OBO. 885-1984 #24  17'Double Eagle 90 HP Evinrude.  $10,000. 4 yrs old. 883-2304.  #26  The Pleasure Craft Cleaning Crew  - maid service will have your boat  in ship shape' ready lor your  weekend gel-a-way. Well slock  your galley. Phone 886-3470. #26  22' Fihrelorm 165 Merc, depth  sounder. VHF. CB, elec. anchor.  radar, trailer & more. Quick sale.  $6500 wilh radar or $5800  wilhout. 885-2826. #24  Mobile Homes  FAMILY PARK  *155/month  ONLY5% DOWN  with MAP Program OAC  Call Collecl 580-4321  12x65 mobile home, on pad. 2  bedrooms, fully serviced, ocean  view $28 000 88C 1901 aller  6pm. #26  1981 14x70. SelmaVislaPark,  5 appliances. $34,500.  885-7729 eves #25ss  USED HOMES  STARTING AT:  *12,900����F0B  Collect 580-4321  12x65 mobile home, on pad. 2  bedrooms, fully serviced, ocean  view. $2800. 885-1901 after  6P"i- #25  Renovation special: 12X64,  $8000 OBO. Musl be moved.  e386-8544eves. #26  Motorcyt les  1982 YZ490J Yamaha, only 30  hrs. since new. Mini cond,  $1500.886-4599. #26sr  1200 Yamaha touring bike, t  owner, mini. 883-9110.    #24sr  r  Motorcycles  '83KawiKDX175asnew.$10OO  OBO. 885-5492              #25sr  1982 Honda 750, 20.000 kms  fairing, luggage rack, tull cover  lair shape. $1200. 886-8450.  #25s  1987 535Virago.exe  ings, crash bars.  1100  kms..   2800  alter 6 pm.  cond.lar-  ' helmels.  886-4690  #24ss  1982 YZ-100 Great  $500 OBO 883-9469  Condition,  #25  1982 Yamaha 400. new brakes.  Irani tire, muffler, chain, good  condition, plus helmut. bike  cover & rain gear. $1200.  886-9294 leave mess. #25  1984 CR250 Honda. 1980 XLSO  Honda - lor sale or trade.  886-9282. #26  In Slock al  EN MAC  cycle  Oil Fillets Batteries. Tires.  Riding Gear, elc  Phone Jay ll 886-2031  K  Two Honda Sprees, like new. on-  ly 4 hrs. use. $500 ea. 060.  883-9061 #26  1981 Yamaha Virago 750. exc  cond., lairing, hwy lights, luggage rack, saddle bags and back  rest. $900060.886-8906 aller 6  pm. #24  1982 Kawasaki 250. low mileage,  great lor beginner. $1075.  885-2521. #26  87 XL 250 R. on/oil road,  bought neew in '88, mint cond..  $2400 OBO. 885-5458.        #26  Wanted to Rent  Experienced poller with equip,  needs studio/living space, Lower  Gibsons vicinily. July 1st. Keilh  886-8427. #24  2-3 bdrm. accommodation for 7  months, by or belore July 1.  N/S. N/D, N/P. adults.  372-1611 (days). 578-7247  (eves.| collecl. #24  Clean reliable lamily ol 4 wishes  to rent a molorhome Irom July  23-29.886-9026. #24  Responsible lamily of four moving  permanently lo Sunshine Coasl  Irom Cranbrook, requires 3  bdrm. house, garage or storage,  non-smoking, no pets. Phone  Moo's Brothers. 885-9704.   #24  Woman wilh cat urgently needs  reasonable accommodation.  Hope. 885-9863. #24  Ouiel. Christian lady wishes to  rent in privale home, near water,  willing lo look alter properly and  pets when owner is away. Enjoys  gardening & writing, rels. Alberta  (403)459-3871. #24  3-4 bdrm. home lor a couple with  3 well behaved children. Prefer  around Davis Bay area but will  consider anywhere Irom Gibsons  lo Redrooffs. Bruce 273-0584 aft.  6pm. #25  Local teacher's lamlly require 2-3  bdrm. house by Aug. Responsible tenants. Phone 886-2347 #24  Reliable working woman with  small dog needs large I bdrm. or  2 bdrm. accommodations. Gibsons or Sechell area. Aug. 1 or  Sept. 731-2214. #25  Family ol 4 requires 3 bdrm.  house Aug. 1. Gibsons/Sechelt  area. Collect 980-5309.       #25  Reliable working couple seeks  home to rent in Madeira Park area  lor Sept. 1990 Will look alter  home Sept-June 1990 or a  longer term rental Relerences.  Please phone collecl 299-8251.  #24  Help me1 Desperately need place  lo rent ASAP Call me. Jennifer  885-9247 #24  3 bdrm. resp family anywhere  between Gibsons 8, Pender Harbour Call collect 988-6054.  #26  Long term rental wanted, teacher  will care lor house and garden,  willing to vacate occasionally lor  owner's use 266-9651.      #26  Responsible professional couple,  Sechelt residents, N/S. no pets  or children, require 2 bdrm.  house/apartment lor 6 months  starling Aug./Sept. 885-5573.  #26  Bed &.  Breakfast  Selma Park, Sechell. Ocean view,  garden, private. 885-7034.   #25  Bed & Breakfast by the sea. self-  contained cottage. Secret Cove  area. 883-2400. 126  Roberts Creek Hall avail.,  dances, parlies, weddings,  equipmenl rental. Yvonne  885-4610. TFN  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hal  available. Wheelchair facilities.  685-2752.885-9486. 126  for  Rem  Waterfront noene, Setdnlt Inlet,  Lamb's Bay. 3 txtrm . large deck.  July 2nd lo 9th. 9th lo 16th and  July 30 to Aug. 6th. $750 one  week. $1300 lor Iwo weeks. NOT  SUITABLE lor young children.  736-3638 or 731 -0856 #25  Travel trailers, weekly or monthly.  For more info contact Carol  885-2100 #26  Small apl. in Daws Bay lor N/S.  N/O. $400/mos 885-3835.   #24  Lower hall ol house 2 bdrm..  oceanview. garden wood slove.  W/D space. $70O/mos. plus 1/3  util 886-3005 #24  Jolly Roger -1 bdrm., lurnished,  pool & marina.  1-435-2668 #24ss  4 bdrm house. N/S. Granlhams.  avail June 1. $900/mo.. rels.  886-7712 #24  Furnished room for renl. preler  nonsmoking woman with car.  885-4514 #24  120 sq II. view olfice in Lower  Gibsons avail, immed ��� several  amenities Call 866-7995.     #24  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT^  Bonded - Insured - Experienced  Sieve D. Sawyer  Gibsons Really Ltd.  886-2277  #28  Storage space lor rent. Large,  dry. monthly. Hallmoon Bay.  885-7502. #25  600 II. slorage area. Gibsons,  hydro. 8' ceiling, reasonable.  886-2226. #26  MINI STORAGE  886-8628  #26  3 bdrm. plus huge workshop,  Madeira Park area. N/S pret.,  Avail. June 15. $650. 874-0960.  #24  One bdrm. trailer, fully lurn. and  equipped on pad, Sechelt area,  avil. mid-June. 885-7940.    #24  Large 640 sq. It. converted  garage/workshop, 7755  Redroolls Rd.. $195/mo.  886-8815 or 683-4971.       #24  Office space, the Dock. Sechell.  885-4111. #26  Garden Bay. 2 bdrm.. adults only, no pels 683-9676.        ��24  View. furn.. 2 bdrm. Granthams.  July 1/90: oceanfront Gibsons,  ground level. 3 bdrm., laundry,  avail. July 1 or sooner. Both ideal  lor conslruction personnel sharing. Leave message at 988-9402.  #25  2 bdrm. home, ocean view.  Roberts Creek. $800/mo.  885-7685. #24  Help Wanted  Waitresses  Bartenders  & Cooks  Full or Part-Time  Peninsula Molor Inn   8862804'  The Ministry ol Social Services &  Housing immediately requires  skilled care givers lo provide  homes lor children 11-13 years.  Experience in childcare work or  leaching is preferred. The fee for  service is negotiable. For more  informalion please call Judy Walls  weekdaysaf685-7101.       #27  Stall required - Secret Cove  Marina. Phone Cash 885-3533.  #24  Wanted - determined sales person lor Dickie Dee Ice Cream.  Good income, no drunks, valid  drivers licence. Call 865-2044.  #25  Students: July 3 - Aug. 31. Arts  Cenlre Sechelt. Curatorial  assistance, related duties. Post  Secondary Arts prelerred. Senior  Secondary wilh Arts locus considered. Resumes by June 15.  Box 1565. Sechell. BC. VON 3A0.  #24  At Fritz Family Restaurant. Earls  Cove. Cooks. Cashiers. Dishwashers. 883-9412. #24  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Volunteer Driven in Roberts  Creek & Gibsons areas.  Secretary  lor  Boy  Seoul  Association, 6 hrs. /month.  Crew Members in Gibsons  area to operate last response  lifeboat in rescue work.  Dislricl  Reieurci  Centre  volunteers to help with a  survey. Can be done In 3  evenings at home.  Thrift Store hi Glbieni area  needs help 8 hrs./week.  There is an honorarium.  Far these 4 men opportunities, ploaie contact the  VOLUNTEER ACTION  CENTRE M5-5M1  Help Wanted  Dynamite Relief  Experienced Cook  to start immediately at  Mariners' Reslauranl  886-3931  Person lo till vending machines  on p/t basis. Busiest time  weekends & holidays. Will train  successlul applicant. Vehicle required. Ideal for active retired or  semi-retired person. Contacl:  Coast Vendco Lid. P.O. Box  7370. Slalion 0. Victoria, B.C.  V9B5B7 #24  Drivers and dispatchers wanted  immediately Class 4 driver's  licence needed. 885-9509    #24  Do you have room in your lamily  lor a special person? We are  seeking a lamly interested in providing room, hoard and TLC lor a  young woman 118 years) learning  10 live independently, Sechell to  Gibsons area For more Inlormalion. please call Joan. Sechell  Mental Health Centre. 885-5164  during business hours.       #24  PHARMASAVE  Applications are now being  accepted lor Ihe Mowing  positions  ��� Sales Clerk wilh buying/  merchandising experience.  ��� Sales Clerk wilh marketing  knowledge. This is a position ol responsibility. The  successlul applicant must  be committed and able lo  work flexible hours, some  Iravel involved. Salary commensurate with experience.  For interview call Debbie  886-7213.  Conscientious  person  with  washer and dryer to earn money  in their own home. 886-9460.  #25  Busy bldg. supply outlet needs  motivated person(s) for F/T or  P/T work. Exp. an asset. Send  resumes to Box 317. Gibsons. BC  VON 1V0. #25  Part time grooming assistant.  886-3812.686-2101. #25  Wanled - 39 overweight people.  Lose up lo 29 Id /mo. "Diet  Disc'' Weigh! Control. *AII  Natural!* (Earn $$$). Local  distributors needed. Toll Iree  1-978-3014 message.        #25  Cook required lor Bonniebrook  Lodge 2 days and 3 nights, approx. 35 hrs./week. Excellent  learning opportunity lor serious  candidate. Ask for chef.  886-2887. #25  DENTAL ASSISTANT  CDA  pref..   Friday-Monday,  Pender Harbour, reception exp.  an asset. Resume to Dr. V. Choy,  Gen. Del.. Madeira Park.     #25  Painter, with a minimum of 5 yrs.  experience & willingness to work.  Sell-motivated, serious persons  phone 886-3574. #25  Dishwashor/Prep Cook must be  available lor day and night work.  Permanent full lime work. Apply  in person to the Omega.      #24  Nanny: live-in, for 3 small  children. 886-8544 eves.     #26  Waitress & bus people wanted.  Apply with resume al Seaview  Gardens. #24  Macintosh enthusiasts wanled. It  you have a Mac and are interested in testing new progam  call Folkslone Design 886-4502.       126  Person to Interview sports  lishermm on the Sunshine Coast.  Fisheries knowledge an asset.  Need an ability to communicate  wilh people. Reliable vehicle required. Shift work, 30 to 40  hours per week. June to Sept. inclusive. Call Lisa  1-800-7420862 #24  Resumes tailored to meet your  needs! Arbutus Office Services  685-5212. #24  French Immersion  Tsschsr  Kindergarten. Grade One lor  independent school. Inlormalion 885-5363 Apply  RR#2 - S9. C2, Gibsons. BC  VON IVO.  Preschool teacher with ECE certificate. 3 days/wk. starting Oct.  '90. Rainbow Preschool. Jana  886-7610 or Cindy 885-4784.  #26  Class B Gas Pipeline! ��� call Sechell  Fire Place Ud ,585-7171.     #24  Denial receptionist lor Saturdays  and relief Good typing skills,  organizational abilities and attention to detail a musl. Experience on  computer an asset. Previous work  in medical/dental Held a plus.  Send resume lo Dr. Dan  Kingsbury. Box 1099, Sechell.  BC.V0N3A0. #24  29.  Business &  Home Services  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal,  Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  Computer Tutor: Bedford, DOS.  Word Perfect. Accounling services also available for small  businesses Michael Hamer  886-7589. #24  TnO TREE TOPPING  SERVICES  Topping, Tapering, Falling,  Shrub Removal, Trimming, Pruning and Cleanup. Ted 885-9509  mess. #24  Roofing, rerooling, remodelling,  repairs, leaks fixed, reasonable  and guaranteed. For free estimate  call Lome, 885-4190. 127  Handyman: carpentry, drywall.  painting, palio stones, lencing.  driveway scaling, roof demoss-  ing, hauling. Alan, 886-8741.  #24  Ankorslar decorating for all your  painling needs. 20 years experience. Satisfactions Guaranteed. Bob 885-5804. #24  Display space available lor  Printers, during Ihe Festival ol  Written Arts. Aug. 9 lo 12.  885-4631 lor details. #25  Do you need a house cleaner?  Call 883-9319. IK  ALL SEASON  BOBCAT SERVICES  Site  preparation,   landscaping,  leveling, dirt work, elc. No job too  big or small. 886-7052 lot Iree  estimate. #25  COAST RENOVATIONS  Skylights, sundecks. drywall.  painting, additions. Fran; or Andy, 865-2493. #25  DO     YOU     NEEO  lawn maintenance, weedeating,  brushcuttlng. rototllllng, rubbish  removal, hedge trimming, win-  dow cleaning? Call Skip's  Mainlenance Service 885-2373.  #26  Versatile conslruction company  available Irom lootings to  linishing. air equipped, local  relerences. Call 686-3538 eves.  #26  Painter ��� experienced/with  relerences, interior, exterior, own  tools/transportation. Penny  886-3078. #26  3 brothers will cut lawns, do  general yard work, experienced  and have equipment. 886-7968.  #26  Framing crew available, air  equipped. Ph. all. 6 pm.  886-7830. TFN  TREE TOPPING  Danger tree removal, limbing and  (ailing, fully Insured. Iree  estimates. Jeff Collins.  886-8225. #24  Qualify Builders: New homes,  renovations, and additions, Iree  estimates. Call Bruce 866-7706.  #24  Rooting, rerooling. remodelling,  repairs, leaks fixed, reasonable  and guaranteed. For free estimate  call Lome. 885-4190. #27  Handyman looking for work, will  do painting, gardening, etc.  885-3792. #24  Molly Mouse Day Care  Spaces available 18 mos. to  school age. 886-3913 #34  Wantead, mature person lor part  lime day care tot 5 mo. old.  885-4667. ��5  Babysitter required lor 4 yr. old &  16 month old. daytime lor occasional appl. & work 886-9240.  #25  Child care needed lor 2 children.  Call 886-3538. #25  Seeking lull time babysitter,  weekdays, lor 2 children.  886-3075 alter 5 pm. 126  Mother ol 4 year old provides lun.  crealive, educational daycare  wilh Held trips, lull or part time  for 2 children age 4 plus. Please  contact 866-9390. #26  Pooh Corner licensed Family  Daycare (Franklin Rd.) lias summer openings for 2 full-lime  children, age 2 ��� 5. We are comm-  miled to providing quality child  care in a warm tun-tilled environment. 686-2258. #26  Opportunities  Joint Venture  Capital Partners  Required For  Proposed Goll Course  Development  For inlormation call  885-1939  Spring cleaning got you down?  Housecleaning services available,  $9/hr. 866-3463. #24  DOR'S HAULING  All kinds ol debris removed, tree  work, odd jobs. Bob 885-4804.  #24  Responsible 13 yr. old available lor  babysitting alter school, evenings  and weekends in Gibsons area.  886-8454 all. 4 pm. #26  Reliable man/men available lor  lawn and garden labour and other  day jobs. Rob 886-3822.      #24  Do you need a house cleaner? Call  883-9319. #24  Start now - local Amway  distributor oilers opportunity lor  good earnings. You pick the  hours. We assist you. For appointment call 885-7144      #26  * RENT - A - HAND *  Truck and Most Tools  $8 - $20 hour  886-4788  ARBUTUS OFFICE SERVICES  For all your secretarial needs.  Rm.   217   Teredo   Square.  885-5212.  #24  Do you need a house cleaner?  Call 883-9319. #24  NO SWEAT PAINTERS  Exterior painting and staining  885-7384  #24  HOLLY STREET DRAFTING  House plans, designs, additions  and renovations. Reasonable  rales. 885-7384. #24  Lose weight, earn $$$. We pay  you. Lose 10-29 lbs. in 30 days.  Docfor recommended. Call  Marianne 885-3905 or  1-978-3051 toll Iree. #25  .��� Hon* PROFESSIONAL  '" STEAM CLEANING  Carpels .jQ:^  Upholstery  , iWtHFUl TRUCK MOUNTED  IOUIPMINI  ejlST POSSIBI! RESULTS  CHERISHED  CARPET CARE  886-3823  * DIVISIO* OF Hi* KVIIfl  mimmiwn11"'"  KEEP  CANADA  BEAUTIFUL  The Beat Deal Atowtd!  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  $>IOO  4  (minimum) for 10 words  25'  each additional word  (Births. Lost 8, Found FREEH  "Swe Sett"  CLASSIFIEDS  Pat) for 2 weeks, get the 3rd week FREE  (When paid by  CASH. CHEQUE, or MONEY ORDER)  ALL CLASSIFIED ADS mutt be  PRE-PAID before insertion.  VISA ft MASTERCARD accepted  s15oo  5100  up to 10 words  each additional word  Yemr ad. featuring 1 Item only, will run 4 con  serculiw ewe'ks then will be cancelled unless  you instruct us lo renew It BV NOON  SATURDAY. (Not available? to commercial  advertisers).  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  Gibsons & secheit offices Noon Saturday  "Friendly People Places"  FRIDAY 3:30 pm  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Madeira Park Shopping Centre 883-909%  Cowrie St.. Sechelt 885*3930  Cruice Lane. Gibsons 886-2622  FAX: 886*7725 Available for public use  Pender Harbour Office  FRIDAY 4:30 pm Coast News, June 11,1990  27.  Alderman Reynolds states his case  Editor:  It is my hope by way of this  letter to you and the public the  facts to date and my intentions  for "Gospel Rock".  Firstly, I am pleased that you  called me on Friday. Although  we ended the conversation by  agrtxing to disagree, we at least  had the same information to  base our opinions on.  As you are aware, there is a  line well above Gospel Rock  representing the crest of the  "cliff documented by a local  BC Land Surveyor. Due to the  irrevocable letters the Town has  on record including a signed  covenant, all of the land below  this line including the "Rock"  and the eagle nest will be  dedicated to the Town at the  time of subdivision. Obviously,  this dedication can not be  registered before subdivision  because there is no separate  piece of land to dedicate. The  land above this line is now legally zoned as Rl. The developer  will not be permitted to subdivide this land until his plans  for subdivision conform with  the Rl zoning, his written  voluntary restriction on lot sizing and other matters as determined by the Subdivision Approving Officer and the Town's  by-laws.  ���unahlrt* Coaat  PEST CONTROL LTD   Getawa Ra.    PweeW Hanxui. BC   V0N2HO   LOCALLY OCE RATED  GOVERNMENT LICENSED  UNMARKED VEHICLES  The Town has been servejd by  a petition with the intention of  quashing the by-law that zones  the land above the line as Rl.  Although it has not been determined if the Town is at fault in  any way regarding the handling  of this issue, we have been advised by our solicitors that the  petitioners may have a case on  some procedural points prior to  the adoption of this zoning bylaw. Rather than defend the  Town's position and incur the  attendant costs, I agree with the  solicitor's recommendation that  Council pass a zoning by-law  identical to the previous one,  without any possibility that it  could be challenged on  technicalities.  Members of Council have insisted that all those on staff and  elected ensure the rules in the  Municipal Act are followed,  without exception.  You stated that we (Council)  seem to be in unreasonable  haste to zone this land. I strongly disagree. After much  deliberation, a public meeting  and a public hearing, we have  rejected the developer's proposals twice as unacceptable.  We then received another proposal, had a further public hearing and at the time of passing  the zoning, we had an accep-  Rights denied  Editor:  Dr. Alice Westlake's statement that she personally doesn't  support abortion in the case of  rape or incest, and that it's  wrong lo make the child pay for  the sins of his father reveals a  very callous attitude towards the  woman who has been Ihe victim  of rape or incestual abuse. Is il  right lhat the victim should be  forced to pay for the sin of the  rapist?  By denying her the right to  put her life back into as much  order as is possible and by forcing her lo bear and give birth to  an unwanted and perhaps loathed child, those who favour no  choice of abortion actually  perpetuate Ihe rapist's destruction of the innocent.  Further, it constitutes subjugation of women.  Lou Wilson  New eagles seen  Editor:  Bird lovers take note: not only are our white-headed pair  here in their territory as always,  a juvenile pair has been here  since March too!  We've seen much 'star wars'  activity including one adull  knocking a juvenile out of the  perch tree at 'Dixons' and again  a mid-air juvenile dive al an  adult on the nest.  The white-heads use the nest  tree daily and at least one sleeps  there often.    It is likely that this new pair  of young eagles are aggressively  trying to establish their own territory here.  You can see them all fishing  for salmon off Gospel Rock,  the Bluff and the Gap.  Garth David  Guides say thanks  Editor:  The Salmon Rock Rangers of  the Girl Guides of Canada  would like to thank the following people for helping wilh Ihe  Community Square Dance held  at Elphinstone Sunday, May 27:  Mr. Harry Robertson, caller;  George   Cooper;   Eunice  Richardson; Anna Girard; Mar-  nie Baba; Rob Wynn; Tim  Anderson; members of the  square dance club and all who  came lo dance.  Barbara Wiseman  Roxanne Wiseman  Bonnie Stewart  Potluck picnic  Editor:  Would you enjoy attending a  family potluck picnic with a  group of religious free-thinkers?  The Sunshine Coasl Unitarian Fellowship will be holding  its second annual picnic on Sunday, June 17 at 11 am at  Roberts Creek Provincial Park  picnic grounds. This is our final  celebration before we break for  the summer.  Newcomers are welcome to  attend. There will be special activities for kids. We extend a  warm invitation to anyone interested in contributing their  talents to our children's program, to start in the fall.  Please bring your own cups,  plates and cutlery. For further  information   call   Anne   at  886-7988 or Vivian al 886-7519.  Anne Miles  ft  MadNTOSH  NORMAN LTD.  UM-imilMM.rilMMl-.IX.IUHI  Serving the area lor over 30 years  Is pleased to announce the opening of their  ROOFING & SHEET  METAL DIVISION  SPECIALIZING IN:  ��� Tar & Gravel ��� 1 and 2 Ply Torch on Membrane  i ��� Metal Roofing         ��� Roof Repairs * Roof Inspections  ��� Custom Sheet Metal Work * Residential & Commercial  We have the most up to date equipment  and technical skills   GOVERNMENT  CERTIFIED ROOFERS  i WORKMANSHIP & MATERIAL  GUARANTEED  FOR YOUR ROOFING NEEDS.  PHONE 485-9342  table proposal and a clear majority of Council was comfortable with it. If it is determined  the Town has erred, or Council  feels that the Town may have  erred, it is appropriate that we  use all haste in correcting that  error.  In summary, Gibsons Coun-  SssA  >/$co(7  ��TSi  cil made its considered intentions clear by zoning this land as  Rl (with restrictions).  Regardless of whether the Town  previously followed appropriate  procedures, that intention will  be correctly carried out.  John S. Reynolds  Alderman  For control ot carpontar antt, rodonts ft othor posts  Our Perimeter Treatment  Cuts down on the invasion  ol crawling insects  For Confidential  Advice & Estimates   883-2531  - Pretreelment of houses under constructio'n!  vum fermie  tructlon!    *��'      |  Latest actions  seen scandalous  Editor:  While opponents of the controversial rezoning by-law for  Gospel Rock seek a judicial  remedy in the BC Supreme  Court, as is their statutory right,  Gibsons Council raced to force  through an identical replacement by-law before the opponents' case could be heard  June 14.  This time some members of  council seek to waive the public  hearings, totally excluding the  public from the new rezoning  process. The public strongly objected lo the development proposal at the last set of public  hearings. Opponents find these  latest actions scandalous.  This newest attempt to repeal  and replace the contested  Gospel Rock by-law failed at  Tuesday's regular council  meeling. Over the mayor's protests, Aldermen Kunstler and  Dixon refused to rubber stamp  the new by-law, as they were  unwilling to make a snap deci  sion about the town's most controversial rezoning proposal.  Gaps in the rezoning process  continue, as certain extremely  important documentation has  been available to neither public  nor all members of council.  Throughout, the community  has, on numerous occasions, requested council and senior staff  lo review and correct their questionable process. Instead, Gibsons criticized their citizenry  and minimized the community's  concerns. On four separate occasions council was advised of  the irregularities in ihe proces  and asked lo respond appropriately.  Opponents hold the errors in  the process include: conflict of  interest, incomplete minutes of  public hearings, improper  notifications, and incompatibility of the proposed zoning with the Official Community Plan's environmental concerns for Gospel Rock.  Catherine McManus  Bedding  Plants  C  = * *>    111  All Shrubs &  Hanging Baskets  10% on  SHOP LOCALLY 28.  Coast News. June 11,1990  Written Arts  Innovation at the Festival  Nearly a half century ago in  his first published book, Bruce  Huichison wrole, "My country  has not found itself nor fell ils  power nor learned its true place,  ll is all visions and doubts and  hopes and dream. It is strength  and weakness, despair and joy,  and ihe wild confusions and  reslless strivings of a boy who  has passed his boyhood bul is  nol yet a man."  Today our confusion and  weaknesses are more evident  than ever before and Hutchison, 89 years old and still  writing about his beloved  Canada, believes we are a nation facing today's lurmoil sadly unprepared.  We have forgotten "ihe viial  lessons of experience and need  lo be reminded of certain decisions long evaded but now inescapable."  To help with lhal reminding,  The Festival of ihe Written Arts  has enlisted Peter C. Newman,  who will deliver the First Annual Bruce Huichison Lecture  on Saturday, August 11 at 8 pm  in Sechell. His topic will be 'The  Spirit Of Canada'.  Mr. Newman, long an admirer of Bruce Hutchinson's  writing, is the author of 14  books about Canada with  books sales lo dale of two  million copies. Prominent  among them are The Canadian  establishment (Volumes One  and Two), The Distemper of  our Times, True North - Nol  Strong and Free, Company of  Adventurers, Caesars of the  Wilderness, and Sometimes a  Greal Nation.  For many yrars editor of  Maclean's Magazine. Newman  escaped Toronto in 1982 and fled to BC.  Don't miss this year's Festival  Panel Discussion on 'Objectivity in Television's Political  Reporting' from 12 lo 1:30 pm  on Saturday. August II in ihe  Festival Pavilion. Joining the  bailie will be Clem Chappel  who began reporting from ihe  legislature in Victoria for BCTV  News in 1981, and Margol  Sinclair who moved lo CKVU  to cover ihe legislature in 1989  after 10 years of political reporting with Canadian Press.  Chappel has thrown down  the gauntlet to those who accuse  Ihe medium of slanting the news  when he says, "The people who  complain aboul a lack of objectivity are mosl often those wilh  an axe to grind and therefore do  not really wanl objectivity but a  sympathetic slant." What do  you think?  Join moderator Nancy  MacLariy and Ihe panel in the  pavilion. No admission fee.  DAD'S  BEST BUY!  Guess Where  As there were no correct entries received for last week's Guess  Where a prize of $10 will be awarded to the first correct entry  drawn which locates the above. 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Coast News Cystic Fibrosis Supplement  WE NEED YOUR HELP TO DEFEAT CYSTIC FIBROSIS  LAURA'S STORY  What it means to have CF  My mom Elva asked me to write a short  paragraph about CF. I was having a difficult time deciding what I should say  about Laura and CF.  Suddenly it came to me, why not ask  Laura? I explained to her that grandma  wanted me to do an article, but would she  like to do it instead. I told her I would  write down what she said.  The i]uestion I asked her was, could she  tell people about having CF. This is what  she said. Maureen  Laura's Mother  1 have to do physio, everyday. One in  the morning and before dinner. And it's  very hard coughing all day.  Even though I'm different from you I  can still do the same things as you do. I'm  different because I always cough. I can still  go to school and I don't have a wheelchair.  I'm just a normal person except I cough all  the time.  And what I have is Cystic Fibrosis. I  have to take some pills called enrymes  before every meal and I have to take two  each time. That's how I'm different in  some ways.  Now I hope you understand. Maybe  you'll see me someday, Laura  Obviously from what she says it is the  coughing that seems to be the biggest factor in Laura's life having CF. The taking  of numerous antibiotics daily, periodic  stays in hospital on IV drug treatment,  regular clinic visits, blood tests, and continually being prodded to eat are not a major concern to her.  Children with CF need three times the  caloric intake each day to sustain growth  and most of them have a problem with  this. I suspect that to Laura the coughing  is a very visible symptom. The rest is more  of a private nature.  I know from having Laura visit, having a  child with CF makes you run your day by  the clock. It is a stressful situation at best,  juggling things to keep on track.  Going anywhere for any length of time  means making sure you have all medications. Even an ice cream cone or piece of  chocolate must be preceded by enzymes. If  not, the child will probably get a tummy  ache and also you cannot afford to waste  one calorie.  A must is your physio board, it can be  adjusted to the various angles needed for  each of the eleven physio positions. Folded  up it is the size of a large suitcase. We have  a board here so it is one less thing to think  about when visiting.  Physio on the lungs is an extremely vital  part of the day's routine. It is what helps to  move some of the mucus up and hopefully  coughed out. Laura's mother does the  morning and the first thing her father does  when he comes home from work is the  afternoon positions.  In most homes you can get up on' a nice  summer holiday and head for the beach or  park. Not so in a CF home. First you have  to get that hour of physio done. There are  absolutely no exceptions ��� not even  Christmas day in my daughter's home,  that's how important it is to the child.  Laura understands this now and it does  make her feel better as it relieves some of  the build-up of mucus.  If there is a younger child at home it can  mean physio takes longer. Caitie, Laura's  two-year-old sister, want to be involved as  well. Not only does she want to have some  physio done on her but she wants to help  with Laura's.  Since so much of your time is spent with  the child with CF you have to be very conscious of your other child's need for attention.  I suppose in a way you have to really live  with it to understand just how it is but I  hope I have given you some idea.  Laura says she hopes you will see her  one day. She will be in our July 1 parade  and also Sea Cavalcade, all being well,  throwing her candies. Elva  Laura's Grandmother  13 MEN GET  THE JOB DONE  When you first learn the facts about  Cystic Fibrosis, it's easy to be overwhelmed by the magnitude of the disease. One in  every 1800 children in Canada has CF.  Next to cancer, it kills more children than  any other disease.  What can one or two people do that  could make a difference? How could a  small community like the Sunshine Coast  have any impact on this virulent enemy?  "In early April, the Kinsmen decided  that we must help Elva Dinn try to save  Laura's life. We knew that in order to  make a difference, we would have to try  and mobilize our entire community.  "We knew that we were only a small  club of 13. We knew that we had a big hill  to climb. We were afraid of failing."  This is extracted from a letter written by  Rick Simpkins, president of the Sunshine  Coast Kinsmen Club, during the first major fundraising campaign for CF which the  Kinsmen mounted in 1989.  Thirteen men with big hearts took up  the challenge and raised $25,000 for CF  last year. Their dedication and commitment inspired an entire community and  less than one year later the Sunshine  Coast Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis  Foundation received its charter.  It is this kind of caring, this refusal to be  intimated by "the odds", this determination to make a difference that will, in the  end, defeat CF.  Thirteen men in a small community  decided they wanted to help one grandmother and one little girl who has CF.  Their efforts started a groundswell of support that will contribute to saving the lives  of millions of Canadian children.  Hats off to a mighty little club - The  Kinsmen Club of Gibsons ck District.  iter Members  ofthe  CnMt  CF Chanter  Penny Fuller  Mike Termuende  Terry Neill  Bill Brooks  Floyd Carmen  Nadine Lowden  Eddy Simpkins  Linda Gant  Gay & Mike Shanks  PeggY Connor  Al Price  Nikki Weber  Dr. Terry Willard  Dorothy &. Jim Boyles  Jim Bolwell  Helen & Tom Meredith  Karen Sacco  Betty &. Archie Benzel  Evva Allen  Elly &. Rick Simpkins  George Taggart  lllana Holloway  Al Bunt in  Cliff Garrett  Jackson Davies  Nancy 6*. Nelson Winegarden  Liz &. Kevin Ryan  Elva &. Jim Dinn  Ken Grunenberg  Jennice Haley  1 Pearl &. Michael Siddall  T   J  Symptoms: Excessive salty  taste to skin  Families are essential  members of the  research team  Many CF kids go  undiagnosed  JOLLY ROGER INN  I.G.A. FOODLINER  MADEIRA MARINA  Symptoms: Constant cough  producing thick mucus  A hereditary disease  Lungs are susceptible to  severe infections  A.C. BUILDING SUPPLIES  MARINA PHARMACY  SECRET COVE MARINA  Daily therapy & treatment  essential for CF kids  CF is genetically  transmitted  Symptoms: Excessive  appetite but loss of weight  DRINKS N' LINKS  TRAIL BAY CENTRE  CACTUS FLOWER  CF disrupts family life  No test available to  detect CF carriers  Symptoms:  Repeated or prolonged  bouts of pneumonia  BUCCANEER MARINA  PHARMASAVE - SECHELT  SECHEIT PRINTERS Coast News Cystic Fibrosis Supplement 3.  WE NEED YOUR HELP TO DEFEAT CYSTIC FIBROSIS  The jour  x^^:>:-y^y-;':::.;-;v'.:.;'>x':  PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE  bey Bva Una  The news that the gene causing Cystic  Fibrosis had been isolated was the greatest  breakthrough CF has ever had. Everyone  was overjoyed at the news, but when the  dust settled we realized that actually our  work was really only starting. That work  being the raising of funds to allow the  researchers to look towards finding a control. At least, for Cystic Fibrosis.  Already there is a test for siblings. At  the moment it is cost-prohibitive to test  the public at large, however if there is CF  in your family you can arrange to be tested  prior to becoming pregnant, in case you  are a carrier.  New medications are always being  researched and, although not the answer  to control, it does buy more time for some.  There are more scientists committed to  research and everyone seems more hopeful  now that the CF gene has been isolated.  After all, apart from cancer, CF is the No.  1 killer of children in Canada. So why,  you might ask, has it taken long to bring  this to the attention of the public.  There is no answer to that question, but  wc are trying to make people aware.  Our new Sunshine Coast Chapter got  its charter on April 22. lllana Holloway  and I went to the convention 10 days later  and gave our commitment to all the other  chapters that we would make "The  Journey Home" (as this era in CF history  is being called) a little shorter.  Cystic Fibrosis was dubbed 'the forgotten disease', but that is changing rapidly.  The education here on the Sunshine  Coast was started last year by the  Kinsmen and our Chapter has now picked  up the ball and we are running with it.  This is the greatest little community in  Canada. Help us give the children with  CF a future. A little, a lot, it all adds up  and we are making a difference.  The children and their parents cannot  do it alone. They desperately need our  help. Can we count on your support during this time when a control could be so  near? You helped isolate the gene, come  with us on our Journey Home.  THE BREAK THROUGH  A significant breakthrough in CF  research occurred last summer when a  team of Canadian and American scientists  isolated the gene which is responsible for  the transmission and development of  cystic fibrosis.  This milestone in research has wide-  ranging implications for current and  future CF victims, and has inspired the  future Cystic Fibrosis Foundation to call  this stage of the battle against CF, "The  Journey Home".  Dr. George Davidson, Director of the  British Columbia Children's Hospital  cystic fibrosis program has acknowledged  that the discovery of the gene, though an  important step, is only a first step towards  a cure for the disease.  "The next stage is to find out what that  gene controls, which may give us the  answer to why the cells don't work.  "If we know that, correction or replacement of the defective gene becomes a  possibility."  The short term benefits of the discovery  are much closer to being realized.  "We should soon be able to use  knowledge abeiut the CF gene to develop  simple screening tests for all newborns.  The tests would also enable anyone to find  out if he or she is a carrier," Davidson  says.  With one in four Canadians carrying  the gene, this screening process could save  thousands of couples the agony of  discovering that their beautiful baby has  CF.  The isolation of the CF gene will also  enable scientists who are working on a  cure or control for the disease to focus  their research more specifically and avoid  many unproductive avenues of exploration.  While the breakthrough may not appear  to have much immediate effect on those  who arc currently living with CF, it offers  something precious to victims and their  lined ones - hope.  The information and quotations contained in this article are from "Speaking of  Children", spring 1990 edition, a publication of the Children's Hospital.  2M MWMl HlK-a-MM-TlM  Sponsored) by the Gibsons and Sechelt Chambers of Comme!ric  SUNDAY. JUNE 24TH  Points will be awarded on the basis of seven categories:  Youngest Participant / Must do their own walking  Oldest Participant  Fastest Walker  Fastest Runner  Most Money Raised by Team  Most Money Raised by an Individual  Most Participants  Walkers rally at 8:30 am for registration  and start walking at 9 am.  Runners register at 9:30 am and take off  at 10 am.  The starting points are the Petro Canada  station in Sechelt and Sunnycrest Mall  in Gibsons.  Halfway rest stations will be located at the  Wilson Creek Campground  and the Peninsula Motor Inn.  Finish Line: The Mason Hall in Roberts  Creek. Individual prizes will be awarded for  the Craziest Hat, Wildest T-Shirt and  Funniest Shoes.  Come out and support your local  Chamber of Commerce and the Sunshine Coast  CF Chapter.  All proceeds go to the Cystic Fibrosis  Foundation  Pledge Sheets can be picked up at the  Sechelt Chamber of Commerce Office, the  Gibsons Chamber of Commerce Office,  Linnandine's Shoes, or Zippers Kids.  $250,000 TO BE RAISED FOR CF  by Penny Fuller  Elva Dinn and lllana Holloway returned from the  national ion vent inn for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation last week, and announced their commitment to  raising a quarter of a million dollars for CF research  in the next 12 months. This is the first convention  for the recently chartered Sunshine Coast chapter.  "We're proud to he your 54th chapter" Dinn told  the almost 200 delegates. "We're 54 linear miles of  coastline with 19,000 people."  A total of almost $9 million was raised last year  across Canada, of which almost $1.5 million was  raised by local chapters. Only 8.5 per cent was spent  on administration, a limit that is built into the foundation's by-laws. The rest went to research and  treatment.  In a report on the convention Elva wrote, "We  were touched by the ages of most delegates. Young  people, nearly all with CF children at home, father,  mother, and in some instances both telling of their  efforts to raise funds for research.  "We could not help but wonder how they found  time and energy to do this when they have so much  to contend with at home.  "They couldn't tell you, they just do it. They have  no choice."  Elva was asked to share with the other delegates  the fundraising campaign that was launched last  month.  Sunshine Coast artist Li: Mitten-Ryan has  donated a painting, 'Toward the Promise' to the  Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. It will be unveiled at a  special ceremony on the Sunshine ('oast on June 16;  At that time the limited edition prints will be made  available for purchase to local residents before being  offered as a fundraiser for CF chapters all over  Canada.  All money raised bv the sale of the 500 prints will  go directly to the CF Foundation.  Further, Canadian Art Prints, who publish  Mitten-Ryan's work, have offered a percentage from  every sale of every one of her prints to the foundation, and her art cards will be available to all CF  chapters as fundraisers.  The announcement was a real shot in the arm for  the delegates. The generation of a possible $100,000  in money for research means a lot to the foundation.  "We live in the greatest little community in  Canada," Elva proudly told the audience.  The convention, the delegates and the momen-  tou- breakthrough in CF research made last year  Mill, the'iMilntion of the causal gene inspired the two  Ineal delegates to come home fi|U of determination.  "Now we need money," says lllana Holloway.  "Money is what's going to find a cure. And I think  that what we do in this small community is just going to ricochet all across the country.  "Those people need to feel that they're not  fighting alone, that somebody else is pitching in.  And then it will just snowball."  This stage of Cystic Fibrosis history has been called "The Journey Home" and Elva Dinn told the  convention, "Maybe this will bring us just a little bit  nearer."  Both parents must carry CF  gene to produce a CF child  Thick mucus  inhibits digestion  Possibility of 1000 CF  carriers on Sunshine Coast  GIBSONS BUILDING SUPPLIES  JANITOR'S WEARH0USE  GARRETT CONSTRUCTION  One in every 1800 children  in Canada has CF  CF child suffers  slow growth  25% chance CF gene  carriers will produce a  CF child  SUNSHINE COAST INSURANCE  SEW EASY  PHARMASAVE - GIBSONS  Victims glands produce  large amounts of  sticky mucus  1 of every 20 in Canada  carries CF gene  Some CF kids are now  in their 20's  MORGANS MEN'S WEAR  SEASPORT SCUBA  RADIO SHACK - SECHELT  Lung damage major  cause of death  CF and cancer are most  common child killer  Infections lead to  pneumonia or heart failure  LIGHTHOUSE PUB  SECHELT CHAMBER  OF COMMERCE  GIBSONS CHAMBER  OF COMMERCE 4. Coast News Cystic Fibrosis Supplement  WE NEED YOUR HELP TO DEFEAT CYSTIC FIBROSIS  >:  "Beauty is life when  life unveils her holy face,  But yo.u are life, and you  are the veil."  Kahil Gibran  Profile: LIZ MITTEN-RYAN  '*; "In nature we have an opportunity to  ���; absorb an understanding of life's greatest  '-: truth.  When people ask me why I paint, 1  - answer that 1 am trying to convey an  understanding   of  a   spiritual   level   of  ' ��� awareness. I try to recreate moments of ex-  :' periences in nature that awaken in me a  '.  sense of peace and joy, and a knowing that  ��� . there is an all pervasive force of love  . throughout all existence.  ���'.    1 have been an artist as long as I can  ;   remember and I love what I do, but I have  : jj - always been a bit envious of poets or musi-  j*��cjans because 1 think it's easier to reach  '; people through music or words. You are  i interpreting a feeling or image, whereas  i .with painting you are simply creating the  image.  There is a quote from Thomas Merton  >that illustrates very clearly to me what I  ���am trying to convey: "This special clumsy  beauty of this particular colt, on this April  ;-';day, in this field, under this sky, is a  - holiness consecrated by God, and declares  ;the glory of God."  To me there is this holiness expressed  very clearly in all of nature and it inspires  ; in me a great sense of wonder and awe,  ; -and gratitude at the expression of such  * love.  l.iz Mitten-Ryan's dedication to Cystic  Fibrosis has motivated private and corporate sponsors to join in the fight. A  percentage from the sale of all her work is  donated to help research.  "Towards the Promise" - a blue heron  taking flight up the Sechelt inlet in the  early morning hours, was inspired by the  breakthrough in isolating the gene which  causes CF.  In the blue heron, we see the majesty of  the human spirit rising toward the first  light of dawn depicting the direction and  hope in "The Journey Home".  This painting has been given to the  Cystic Fibrosis Foundation and all proceeds from the 500 limited edition prints  will go to CF.  A native of Vancouver, Liz's art training  began at Heatherley's School of Fine Art  in London, England. She then went on to  study arts at the University of British Columbia, also taking technique and colour  courses from Peter Aspell, formerly a  senior instructor at the Vancouver School  of Art. Liz has shown privately and  through an agent in Canada, the United  States and Europe.  She currently has a home and studio on  a secluded hillside farm with her husband,  six children and assorted animals on the  Sunshine Coast of British Columbia.  "Towards the Promise" will be unveiled  on June 16 at a special invitation luncheon  at the Blue Heron Inn. Limited edition  prints will be available for $195.  The prints will be displayed in Trail Bay  Mall in Sechelt and Sunnycrest Mall in  Gibsons. Watch the paper for dates.  For further information contact lllana  Holloway at 885-3651.  5%  'V  fi  />/���,  TOWARDS  THE  by Liz Mitten-Ryan  Blue Heron/Sechelt Inlet  LIMITED EDITION PRINTS  AVAILABLE FOR PURCHASE FROM JUNE 16  The Story Behind The Painting  Someone asked me recently what the  story was behind Liz Mitten-Ryan's painting "Towards the Promise", which she  donated exclusively to Cystic Fibrosis.  On a Wednesday in 1985, when my  granddaughter, Laura, was diagnosed, I  finally came to grips with the problem and  decided I had to make a difference.  I did what I could with my husband's  and friends' support. Then in 1989, the  Gibsons and District Kinsmen Club launched a massive campaign for Cystic  Fibrosis. It was so educational that many,  many people were touched by the suffering  of CF children.  When the Sunshine Coast Chapter was  formed, Liz Mitten-Ryan wanted to be involved and what could she do best? Paint.  What better scene could depict the hope  of CF children than the blue heron, poised  with wings spread, ready to soar up the  beautiful Sechelt inlet.  This chapter of CF history is referred to  as "The Journey Home", the involvement  and dedication of Liz Mitten-Ryan and  "Towards  the  Promise" will  make the  distance a little shorter. I guess you could  say it will help to fulfill a grandmother's  dream of a control for Cystic Fibrosis.  Elva Dinn  President  Sunshine Coast  Cystic Fibrosis Chapter  e wish id acknowledge the following people for their much appreciated assistance in nuking the Sunshine Coast CF Chapter  Fenny FuNer, Roger Handling. GUuford Press, the advertisers, the many people who haw* ptaMed together to sponsor  and a special lady Elva Dinn.  FN HFOMMTIM 01 MY EVENT OR TO  CONTACT  YOUR OWN  UnRTf I  Funding Required For:  better forms of treatment  Funding Required For:  developing cure of CF  Funding Required For:  developing control of CF  KINSMEN CLUB OF  GIBSONS & DISTRICT  PRONTO'S  RESTAURANTS  MARINERS' RESTAURANT  1989 - Patients consume  about 20 pills a day  Only 1 in 3 CF children  survive into adulthood  1960 - Life expectancy of  CF children was 4 years  SUNNYCREST PHOTO  DOCKSIDE PHARMACY  LINNADINE'S SHOES  1980 - Patients consume  over a hundred pills a day  No Known Cure for CF  1989 - Life expectancy of  CF children is 20 years  SUPERIOR ELECTRIC  SUNSHINE COAST  BUILDINGS SUPPLIES  MITTEN REALTY  Funding Required For:  development of test to  detect CF gene  Funding Required For:  understanding of the  genetic defect  Funding Required For:  identification of causes  of genetic defect  DARGATZ GLASS & DOOR  UPSTAIRS, DOWNSTAIRS SH0PPF  MARKEL CONSULTANTS

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