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 at^X ��.*���_�� A  LEGISLATIVE; UBRARV I  |Parliament Buildings __ a\  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4    'W.M i  I  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  B L I S H E D     19 4 5  June 14,1993 Volume 47 Issue 24  Province wading into artificial reef policies  by Jane Seyd  No new artificial reefs.  At least, not until the provincial government has finished working out its  policy on sinking of additional ships in  coastal waters.  Recently, the Pender Harbour Chamber of Commerce and another local  business group, the Sunshine Coast  Underwater Business Association  (SCUBA), announced their interest in  sinking a second artificial reef in Sunshine Coast waters, this time in the Pender Harbour area.  But after public concerns over the  Review arose in wake of Chaudiere, rninistry says  sinking of the Chaudiere, government  officials say they recognized a need to  come up with a clear policy and steps  for public consultation on the artificial  reef issue.  As it stands right now, "no more  ships will be sunk until the minister has  a policy he's comfortable with," said  Bob Peart, with Minister of Environment John Cashore's office.  Among issues under discussion by a  group now woiking on a policy are concerns including "what's public input,  and who should be contacted," said  Peart.  Jack Hall of the regional Crown  Lands office in Victoria said the process began soon after the Coast's first  artificial reef went down in December.  "What prompted it was the sinking of  the Chaudiere and public concerns and  questions around it."  Among agencies involved in creating the policy are federal and provincial  environment ministries, BC Parks, the  Islands Trust, Aboriginal Affairs and  the Ministry of Tourism, as well as the  Artificial Reef Society and the Save  Georgia Strait Alliance.  Laurie McBride of the alliance said  she's pleased the government is coming  up with a more definite policy.  "We had raised concerns with the  minister on the lack of process," said  McBride.  In the case of the Chaudiere, "there  was a lot of information that never got  through," she said.  MLA Gordon Wilson, who recently  raised the issue of artificial reefs in the  legislature, also said the public consultation process needs improving, and  that "the federal ministry of environment has to take a greater role."  turn to page 2  Board  withdraws  middle  French  by Darah Hansen  This school district does not  offer intermediate French  Immersion.  At least not this year.  Trustees voted at Tuesday's  board meeting to kill the program that was set to run in  Sechelt Elementary this coming  1993/94 school year.  The decision to cancel the  program was a close one with  four of Ihe seven trustees defeating a motion that would have  allowed it to run despite insufficient enrolment figures.  Last year, the board approved  Ihe program j*/itb the stipulation  it would have a minimum 30  students enrolled in the first  year. By the May 31 enrolment  deadline, however, only 20 students in the district had signed  up. Thc majority of trustees  expressed concerns this was an  insignificant number with which  to start the specialized class.  Prior to Ihe vole, superintendent Clifford Smith discouraged  the board's approval for only 20  students on grounds that, in light  of probable drop-outs from the  program, inti .mediate French  Immersion would prove expensive for the district.  Smith did mention the possibility that a positive vote in  favour of the program might "be  seen as an act of good faith in  the community," and would  potentially draw further students  in coming years to counter the  expected program drop-out.  "It's really a judgment call,"  Smith said. "My question to the  board is: Is it a worthwhile  investment? This is a very difficult decision in light of the problems facing the board in terms of  funding for other programs."  And while most trustees  agreed the district couldn't  afford the risk of running a small  program, some continued to  argue the point.  "Let's do what is right, not  politically, let's do what is right  by these kids who are willing to  take on thc challenge (of French  Immersion)," said Trustee Carol  Adams.  French program coordinator  for the district, Nancy Brindley,  said she was disappointed in the  board's decision, but added the  narrow vote was heartening. "I  think that we don't have to consider this a closed door," Brindley said.  u  11  JNtjM  n  Gibsons mayor Eric Small draws applause from SPCA members and supporters as he cuts the ribbon to the group's new pound on  Henry Road. Close to 100 people and their pets trekked from the Gibsons Animal Hospital to the new location.    Joel Johnstone photo  Coast physicians mulling labour options  by Darah Hansen  Will they or won't they? Opt  out of BC medicare that is.  Doctors on the Coast aren't  making any promises one way  or the other any more. "How  much income do we have to lose  before we opt out?" asked Dr.  Kirstie Overhill last week.  Overhill, chief of staff at St.  Mary's hospital, said doctors are  becoming increasingly frustrated with the provincial government's continued refusal to  negotiate over last year's decision to cap doctors' fee-for-ser-  vice salaries.  With rising costs for overheads, medicines and inflation,  Victoria's decision is nothing  short of a wage cut for doctors,  she said.  But if Coast doctors join  their colleagues  elsewhere in the  province by opting  out of the medicare  system is still very  much in the air.  "It's the last  thing I or anyone  else wants to do but  we may have no  other option," said Dr. Brian  Myhill-Jones of Sechelt.  Asked if that decision is likely to be made in the near future,  Myhill-Jones replied: "No, I  don't think so... but what's the  near future?"  'How much do  we have to lose  before we  opt out?  ,.   - Dr. Kristie Overhill  He said nothing is likely to  change within the next six  months, adding, "Personally I  don't see it at all  but we might have  to if we're pushed  far enough."  Formal unionization is another  option that is being  looked at with  increasing favour  by doctors in the  district as well as by those in the  province at large.  At its recent annual general  meeting held in Harrison Hot  Springs, representatives of the  BC Medical Association listened to a panel discussion on  the pros and cons of forming a  union. Some doctors feel it  would give them powers to  bring the provincial government  into mediated or arbitrated talks.  Others feel it would harm the  patient/doctor relationship, citing a public opinion poll which  shows 50 per cent of medicare  users ate in opposition to physician unionization.  Critics also pointed out that a  union would not give doctors  the ability to increase the proportion of the health ministry  budget alloted to health service.  Myhill-Jones, who attended  the meeting, said he's still undecided. Most important, he said,  "patient care shouldn't suffer."  Undressing  Coasfs  nude  bathing  attitudes  by Derek McNaughton  A hot day at the beach might  soon make you frigid.  Nudity was on the minds of  Outdoor Recreation Advisory  Committee members Tuesday,  as they unfolded plans to ask the  Sunshine Coast Regional District for a designated area to  bathe, or simply relax, naked.  Nudity, said Christian Kindt,  chair of ORAC, promotes the  health of the body as well as the  mind. "A lot of people don't hop  arirond nude became 'custom'  dictates them not to," he said.  The committee, composed of  six men and two women, wants  the SCRD to set aside an area,  be it waterfront or beachfront,  for people to bath nude without  fear of criminal consequence.  ORAC members want to be  taken seriously over the request,  and will, they said, conduct a  study to measure the potential  success of the plan.  Citing Vancouver's Wreck  Beach - a popular, frequently  used beach where clothes are  very much discouraged, even  condemned - the committee said  the lack of official nude beaches  on the Coast was only restraining the practice.  But the question of whether  the Sunshine Coast is ready for  the same liberalism as shown on  the sandy southwest shores of  Crete is only fodder for the  debate at this point because "a  government agency can't officially designate an illegal use,"  said Larry Jardine, administrator  for the SCRD.  A nude beach is more a question of finding someplace that's  appropriate - that's not going to  offend people, he said, and then  gathering there unofficially.  turn to page 2  Gibsons' international  landmark on the block  by Derek McNaughton  Like the naked statue of  Louis Riel that once stood  proud in Regina's Wascana  Park but is now hidden in a  Saskatchewan art gallery, Gibsons' Molly's Reach could disappear forever as the town's  famous signature, or it might  return to its former cafe glory.  Built on to Smitty's marina  in 1931, Molly's Reach is "up  for sale," owner Harry Smith  said Thursday. "I want to retire,  I'm 72 years old, I'm old  enough to quit," he explained.  Smith said he hopes the former Beachcombers movie set  will remain as it is, and that  potential buyers should "put a  decent cafe in here - one that  you can take pride in going to."  The building with its fore  shore lease of 1.29 acres, Smitty's marina and another building  has been listed for $1.25 million.  Built by Harry Smith's  father, Molly's Reach last supported a cast and crew during  the filming of Stephen King's  horror film Needful Things.  Besides its obvious international  fame from the days when CBC  crews filmed the Beachcombers,  Molly's Reach is often the preferred venue for club activities  and special events, such as the  recent Maritime Festival.  Though some tourists make  plans to hang out and listen for  gossip while imbibing cups of  coffee at Molly's, most are disappointed when they see the site  is essentially, at this point, just a  former movie set.  Famed Gibsons landmark Molly's Reach is up for sale.  Kyla McDonald photo  _m Coast News, June 14, 1993  f YMCA Summer Day Camps  Four and five day camps for boys and girls ages 6 to  13.  With games, special events, swimming, fishing, crafts,  overnight camp outs and age appropriate instruction  in sailing, canoeing, kayaking, rowboating,  sailboarding, tennis, archery and orienteering.  Return transportation leaves Sechelt at 8:15 a.m. and  returns at 5 p.m. with stops along Highway 101,  Roberts Creek and Gibsons.  Lunch is included each day and meals are provided  on campouts.  A brochure with dates, fees and an application form is  available at 1760 YMCA Road, Langdale or by mail  from  YMCA CAMP ELPHINSTONE  440 Hendry Ave.,  North Vancouver, V7L 4C5  Tel. 251-1116 or fax 986-0592  "A Place to Learn and a Place to Grow"  Abandoned pets suffer anxiety,  abuse, attacks and accidents. Your  pet deserves better. If you can no  longer keep your pet, call the  s.p.ca for assistance  Wfl) ap#*vt( for tTWM who OMfnt t|  B.C. Hsimavsaj Education SoaaaMy, maaoaOjml asms ot list B.C.S.P.C A  ritptw nr afWRaMWM HHf  Town of Gibsons  INVITATION  TO TENDER  l993XHOOLK>JL0UraKAD.  Tha Town of Gibsons Is inviting tenders lor ihe upgrading or School  Rood from top Intersection of Highwoy 101 and North Rood to bottom  intersection of Highway 101 and Gower Point Rood (Five Corners).  This contract will include base preparation ond installation of  approximately 1,500 meters of non-mountoble (barrier type) Curb &  Gutter, base preparation and repaying ol approximately 760 meters of  asphalt along with base preparation ond installation ol approximately  750 meters al sidewalk. Early start-up and completion Is a  consideration of award.  The lender documents and drawings may be picked up at the Town of  Gibsons Municipal Hall.  .M i^oiojioia (eceiired in response to ihUjQyltotlon to tender,  including, the leader documents become lhe properly of lhe Town of  Gibsons ond, offer the closing dole, at the sole and absolute discretion  of the Town of Gibsons, will be opened in public, and examined, by .  any member of the public.  * Tltet lus��jajil ma taiy aafwaai iwal iietamaiy iMieiiteil  flgajng "Mi;  Sealed tenders marked "1993 School Road Upgrade' must be  received ot the'Town ol Gibsons Municipal Hall, 4/4 Soulh Fletcher,  P.O. Box 340, Gibsons, BC, VON IVO, not later Ihe 4:00 p.m. local  lime, Wadntdnv. lune 23. 1993.  ��  TOWN OF GIBSONS  Pursuant to Sections 956 and 957 of the Municipal Act, a Public  Hearing will be held at the Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher  Rood, Gibsons, B.C. at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 22nd, 1993 to  consider Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-62. At the hearing all  persons who deem their interest in property to be affected by  the proposed bylaw will be afforded an opportunity to be heard  on matters contained In that bylaw.  The purpose of Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-62 is to  rezone the northerly 285 feet (86.9m) of the west 140 feet of Lot  1, D.L. 684, Plan 4458 bom the existing Single-Family and Two-  Family Residential Zone 3 (R3) to the proposed (General)  Commercial Zone 1 (CI) as shown on the following map:  M'iH'-���*!* lot  3      a   \ I   -tSXX  I  * I n  * I    rsTasaaaaamnd  ���*��,"Rti..l 2 ���.��� -  II | sr  o>  oav 15  mojccT,    SUNSHtNC COasflT ctstoir UNION  ICMINO ftNCNOMCNT On.** No.SS9-C2  aXU* MCNDMCHT OSXHS, No.  The intent of the rezoning is to permit the subject property to be  used for a new Sunshine Coast Credit Union building, including  both financial services and head office.  The above is a synopsis of the bylaw and is not deemed lo be an  interpretation thereof. Copies of the above bylaw are available  for inspection al the Gibsons Municipal Office, 474 South  Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C. Monday through Friday, exccpllng  statutory holidays, 8:00 am. to 4:30 p.m. from June 7th, 1993 to  June 22nd, 1993.  Susan Stratis  MUNICIPAL PLANNER  Scoping out waters around Chaudiere  by Derek McNaughton  Six months have passed since  Chaudiere was deliberately and  ceremoniously put to rest al the  bottom of the sea.  Not a lot of hard data has  been logged since the former  warship last saw daylight. But  there is no shortage of discussion. And more talk  is on the way with  new plans to sink  more ships. So  what has and has  not changed above  and below the cold  waters of Sechelt  Inlet?  "So far it  doesn't show anything out of line,"  said Dave Ellis, the ���������  senior engineer  from Environment Canada who  oversees water inspection in and  around the Chaudiere. His  department is about to release a  detailed report on water samples  from around the vessel. Sampled for oil, grease, metal, and a  fiber analysis (asbestos), the  study is the first water analysis  to surface since the cold,  December-day sinking. Yet the  water, said Ellis, "is still what it  was before."  Not to the Sechelt Indian  band. The Chaudiere, they say,  was sunk in traditional waters  without their approval. "A lot of  our people are still insulted,"  Sechelt Indian band chief Garry  Feschuck said last week.  To some, however, that is  now water above the  Chaudiere's bridge. Underneath,  "the whole ship is covered with  'As soon as tbe  ship got sank  tbe fisb just  congregated to  it like crazy'  Stephen Acciaroli  a brown algae, and is getting  thicker," said Stephen Acciaroli,  who helps operate his wife's  dive shop, and who explored the  ship two weeks ago.  "As soon as the ship got  sank," he said, "the fish just  congregated to it like crazy.  There are schools and schools of  perch and shiners all  ������������ the way down to 100  feel. There's tons of  tunicates. In every  comer you look into,  there's little prawns  in there, oh yeah,  lots of prawns,"  Acciaroli said.  "There are a couple  of large ling cod  who have taken up  residence on the  stern, both five feet  long, just lying on the rudders."  On an extremely good weekend, "about 120 people are out  there," said Monica Acciaroli,  owner of Tidal Wave dive shop.  "But on the same token," she  said, "ihere are weekends when  nobody's there." Shop traffic  has increased during the week,  she said, but bigger money is  being made by the charters who  ferry people out to the site, and  the hotels and restaurants who  cater to divers arriving from  Alberta, other parts of BC and  international visitors.  The Chaudiere, she speculated, "20 years from now... will  be more like a big condo for  underwater life."  The bow of the ship now sits  in about 105 feet of water. The  entire vessel lists severely to  port side.  The Chaudier e prior to sinking.  file pholo  Artificial reef policy to be ready next month  from page 1  Wilson, who publicly supported the sinking of the Chaudiere last fall, said he still  supports the goals of the Artificial Reef  Society, but added there's a difference  between sinking "one or two ships" and a lot  of them.  "I certainly wouldn't want our area to  become a graveyard for old ships," he commented.  "We have to be very careful about what  we're sinking and we have to look at the reasons they're going down."  Wilson said he's heard of unofficial plans  to sink reefs in both Pender Harbour and  Powell River, which McBride said is of concern to her group.  Meanwhile Hall said the new policy on  artificial reefs should be finished at the end  of July.  Raven's Cry forum set to explore  Sechelt Indian band land claim  by Jane Seyd  Settling of land claims as a  key to economic growth for the  Coast.  That'll be one of the subjects  up for discussion at a public  forum next week as the chief  and council of the Sechelt Indian band describe what's  involved in their own land  claim, at an event hosted by the  Sechelt Chamber of Commerce.  Anne Kershaw, manager of  the chamber, said a public discussion should help clear up  some of the fear and uncertainty  over aboriginal land claims  which still exist in parts of the  non-native community.  "Most people don't know  (what's included in the claim),"  said Kershaw. "They think  they're going to lose their hous  es or their land."  It's also important for local  business and industry to understand what's being sought by  the band, she said, because  many of ihe band's future economic development plans hinge  on getting a settlement. "There's  a lot of decisions that can't be  made until this gets sorted out."  According to the band's land  claim proposal originally on the  books in 1989, the Sechelt have  requested a $54 million cash  settlement - to be paid out over  a period of 20 years - in  exchange for relinquishing aboriginal title to approximately  5,000 square miles of territory,  stretching from Roberts Creek  to the head of Jervis Inlet and  including parts of Georgia Strait  and Sechelt and Jervis inlets.  The band has also requested  a share in royalties coming from  resource industries such as logging and mining taking place in  traditional territory. Since the  original proposal, there have  been some changes. "The $54  million has probably gone up,"  said chief Garry Feschuk.  The aboriginal fisheries strategy and environmental issues  have also gained greater prominence in the land claims issue.  Officials from the federal and  provincial ministries of aboriginal affairs will explain the land  claim process at the forum.  Kershaw said judging by  phone calls the chamber has  received, interest in the issue is  high in the community: "It  seems to trigger an emotional  reaction."  June My 1993 7^0pjit^00|m  Cedars Inn, Gibsons  mngyour questions and concerns  WlbOft, MUL.J Sunshine Coast Constituency  For prih^infbmiatkjnaml  Attitudes  regarding  public  decency  regulated  by Criminal  Code  from page 1  If ORAC found a discreet,  secluded spot, Jardine said,  fine. "But if they went to a  place like Catherine Lake, the  board would tell them to go fly  a kite.  "It's not so much having a  place officially designated,"  Jardine added. "It's having a  place that officials will overlook."  RCMP spokesperson Robin  Blair said issues of public  decency fall under section 174  of the Criminal Code. He said if  someone is nude bathing without lawful excuse, they are  guilty of an offence. The  charge, however, must then go  lo the provincial attorney general for approval. But, said Blair,  "I've never seen a prosecution,  in every place I've worked in  the last 20 years - it's very seldom proceeded with."  If RCMP did receive complaints, Blair said, bathers  "would be asked lo dress."  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  l**sTyi��ircimalrinnrss-Htia��.  fet/AaknalCare  Mm| Quring mm Puf WaManf  IwtooTHantawlYMdlllilil i n **  mTgim_mt_tC_eAeiltKl_\-tt.ta.  CALLSUWON 885-2228  CMkimHtm-WA  BONDED LICENSED IN9UBED  BowchtaCoattToCoaat  afaMLfti  mm  u Coast News, June 14, 1993  news  Outcry reverses council 'Speakouf decision  by Derek McNaughton  Two councillors don't make a right.  Sechelt Elementary school children were  given the okay Friday to use the contentious  Rockwood Pavilion. Hard lobbying by  teachers and parents caused Sechelt council  to reverse an earlier decision which barred  the children, aged five to twelve, from using  the centre for a literacy event.  Council voted to overturn its previous  position after teacher James Davidson asked  Settling  Chapman  dispute  by Jane Seyd  A court battle over logging  in thc Chapman watershed may  be averted.  Late last week, Sunshine  Coast regional directors said  thc board is very close to reaching an agreement with International Forest Products over logging of a controversial 15-  hectare block in the watershed.  "We have made very significant progress," said director  Jim Gurney Thursday, whose  public works department is in  charge of local water supply.  On Friday, directors were to  meet with officials from the  Ministry of Forests. But they  refused to say yet what sort of  agreement is pending.  Court action had also not  been officially withdrawn an  Interfor lawyer said Friday.  Recently, court hearing  dates for a logging injunction  sought by thc local government  were pushed forward to the end  of June to allow parties time for  out-of-court discussions.  In May, the court action was  re-activated when Interfor gave  the regional board notice of its  plans to log thc cutblock this  summer.  So far, the Forest Service  has said Chapman eutblocks -  including 202 - are safe to log  under controlled conditions.  mayor Nancy MacLarty to call council back  to the table and revote on a motion which  only narrowly failed lasl week.  "We're delighted," Davidson said. "I  don't think I should have been put through  all this in the first place, but I'm grateful."  The upset was made possible because  only one councillor, Peggy Wagner, chose  not to soften her position. Councillor Mike  Shanks and Rosina Giles, who earlier said no  to the request, were absent.  The conflict flared last week when Ihe  town voted No on a request by the teacher to  use the Pavilion for Speakout '93 - an educational event designed to promote public  speaking, confidence, verbal and social skills  in school kids.  Council must examine requests to use the  venue whenever an event falls outside an  existing policy which restricts the building's  use to July and August without application to  council.  See yourself  in a whole  HALOGENS      NIW LIGHT!  Unapt�� Bjldaj ' Wall Sconce. �� Track �� Ceiling Lighl. . Fans l fttgjgj ��� Outdoor  Sechelt Lighting y\m  885-9417 �� 5609 Hwy 101, Sax-holt  Rockwood's  Sandy  McBride  holds Ihe  raffle buckel  for Linda  Byron as she  draws for the  Women In  Trades  Program  8*xl0"  wonderhut,  June 5.  Glenda  Anderson of  Sechelt won  andean  expect  fourteen WIT  builders lo  assemble the  structure  shortly.  Proceeds  from the  draw go to the  Rockwood  Storytelling  Festival.  Joel Johnstone  photo  Innouncement  It IS MY Pleasure to inlortn tlie resident, of  thc Sunsliine Coasl that I ran now better serve  and Egmont Uiroufih a new satellite office    IOITOIvHlTRY OJNiCSI  in the Pender Harbour Health Centre.  I hope this office serves to meet the  eye care needs of Sunshine Coast residents  now and Into the year 2020. Sincerely,  DR. PATRICK McROliERTS  Ol'lOMEIRIST  t',clli.-lal Eye & Vision tail'  6006 FRANCIS PENINSUIA ROAD, PENDER HARBOUR, BW8764  P.O. BOX S08 MADEIRA PARK, R.C. VON 2II0  2sHISSriSUSSIIINE(:O.YSI HWV.SECllEl.i.ll.C.VONSAO 88MT8K  MJWESr If,IIISIHF.EI. N(1RIII VANCt)LVER, B.C. V7I' 1R5 (WI71929  Coast News Classifieds  GET RESULTS!  (MfyOdf  Handle Tame  Sat June 19  1p.m.  please (tropin  ��-��*��*�� -V&nr+Wy^  fJ-tAKOmmUdi*.  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  _,,.._   Pratt Rd.. Gibsons 886-7527   r " i  m/t--B,       MQiV  . ga,   q .  r,  30     Snn    1()      ,       i__.__i___i  Vancouver developer reactivates  Davis Bay resort hotel proposdl  by Darah Hansen  There'll be no grand opening this year at a luxury resort in Davis Bay - in fact they may not even  break ground to begin its construction.  But Vancouver hotel developer   ________________  Dave Hayer says Ihe Sunshine Coast  is still the place to build his planned   New development  $8 million, 56-room luxury beach-      permit needed  side hotel.  Hayer, president of the Vancouver-based company Canadian Sun-   ~~~~~~~~  shine Coast Hotels, said he'd hoped  to have the hotel resort opened this year. A change  in finances made the developer and his partners  rethink the operation.  But Hayer says the finances have been worked  out now and he hopes to begin construction as  early as December.  The resort is planned for the northeast comer of  - Rob Buchan  Davis Bay Road and Highway 101, up to Whitaker Road, on a 1.5 acre lot.  Over three levels, it will contain 56 suites, an  indoor/outdoor swimming pool and conference       centre.  Hayer says he hopes this will be  enough to attract tourists from the  Lower Mainland and around the  province.  Rob Buchan, town planner for  -*-���"~���    Sechelt, said the Vancouver company  received zoning approval for the project almost three years ago.  He said before the hotel can be built, developers  will have to reapply for a development permit.  That authorization would require the resolution of  Sechelt council.  If they intent to build, Buchan said, "they have  that hurdle to get through yet."  1992 TEMPO/TOPAZ  The Gibsons Landing  Merchants Association  would like to welcome  CHECKERS  QUAY WORKS  GALLERY & SHOP  BRANKA'S  Boutique  i  ��  The  ���    ���       __ SALTY DOG  IT ALL STARTS  D IP UT UVD V I     to our neighbourhood  nKIVJUI IIIjKL.     Come visit us soon!        ti  PDI AND FREIGHT  INCLUDED  4-d00r ��� automatic ��� ps/pb  air conditioning ��� am/fm stereo  All season radials  EXPERIENCe THE DIFFERENCE OUR STANDARDS MAKE. WE WONT BE UNDER SOLD.  SOUTH COASTFvRD  mtm  am  !**.��-   ** ��� at-I--'- Coast News, June 14, 1993  Positive steps  to reef policy  Stories in this edition of the Coast News highlight the  key issues involved in sinking old ships for artificial reefs  to attract scuba divers.  The need to develop strong tourism options on the  Coast is undeniable in an economic climate in which traditional industries are in decline. The waters of the Sunshine Coast are renowned for their year-round clarity and  abundance of marine life - ideal for a thriving diving  industry that will provide spin off in the form of special  tours and business for equipment shops and resorts. A  story on page 2 explores changes since the Chaudiere  went down six months ago.  While the Coast News stated its support for the industry in an editorial last year, the paper was singled out for  an anti-Chaudiere stance when it consistently reported  the concerns of the Sechelt Indian band and other opponents of the sinking.  Those concerns, and the reason for the paper's special  interest in them, had to do with the inadequate approval  process that saw responsibility for deciding the  Chaudiere issue vested in the Ministry of Crown .Lands, a  government office which by its own admission had no  previous experience or policies to deal with such an  application.  That situation is now being looked into, directly in  response to the contention and complexity of questions  raised during the Chaudiere discussion on the Coast last  fall. A review of that inadequate process clearly indicates  the need for something better.  The environment ministry deserves credit for tackling  the policy issue.  Encourage  Pavilion use  Last week's editorial urging flexibility in decision  making about certain types of land use erred in presenting  facts about Rockwood Pavilion.  The Pavilion, investigated by Sechelt's fire chief several years ago, has always met fire regulations and is constructed to building code. The only modification that has  occurred saw the installation of an orchestra pit to stage  the musical Anne of Green Gables last summer.  The existing municipal policy regarding Pavilion use  requires a permit for events outside the months of July  and August, hence the recent application to Sechelt council by students and teachers wanting to use the venue for  a literacy event. But shouldn't the Pavilion be available  throughout the summer without council blessing?  It is rather absurd that the issue had to be brought back  before a special meeting of full council Friday to overturn  the resistance of councillors Michael Shanks and Peggy  Wagner.  Meanwhile, statistics indicate that illiteracy is on the  rise in most nations of world. After malnutrition, illiteracy is one of the major ills confronting both undeveloped  and developed countries.  Speakout '93, which will now go ahead at the Pavilion  on Wednesday, has attracted the interest of Read Canada,  a national, non-profit literacy organization that is sending  representatives to the event.  The Pavilion is an excellent venue for such educational  events on the Coast. Let's see its use encouraged rather  than encumbered and obstructed by petty politics.  - \Ja**a*rii*aa*s<3****r  wm\mmwm>  Foresters Ignoring  community's ideas  Open letter to the  community  There have been a couple of  articles in recent issues of the  local papers regarding Ministry  of Forests (MOF) logging plans  on Mount Elphinstone. These  articles refer to the Mount  Elphinstone LRUP. LRUP  stands for Local Resource Use  Plan. In this instance, the P has  been forsaken in favour of the  LRU.  The Mount Elphinstone  LRUP committee, of which I  have been a member, has not  made any progress toward formulating a plan for the Mount  Elphinstone forest.  Almost immediately after the  committee was formed and its  terms of reference established,  we began to have regular visits  from a MOF research team from  Vancouver to sell us on the idea  of a research project on 'alternative harvesting systems.' Very  seductive, right?  But from the beginning, it  has been the view of Concerned  Coast Residents (CCR), the  group which I represent, that  without a plan we are not in any  position to decide whether a  research project is appropriate in  the area or not Further the community made it clear through a  series of public meetings and  petitions in 1991 that it will not  support any more clearcuts on  Mount Elphinstone. Analysis of  the effects of harvesting systems  must be seen in relation to no  harvesting - we already know  that the degradation caused by  clearcut is not acceptable.  The Mount Elphinstone  LRUP committee has not met  since last fall when the committee's representatives from local  community groups (CCR, Forest  Watch, the Roberts Creek Community Association and Elphinstone Electors Association) sent  a letter to the MOF and the  LRUP committee questioning  attempts to focus the LRUP's  attention exclusively on this  research proposal resulting in  our failure to begin the planning  process.  This letter has not been discussed by the LRUP committee  - our concerns have not been  addressed.  We want the LRUP process  to succeed. We want a plan for  Mount Elphinstone which will  protect our forest ecosystem,  our water supply, our recreational opportunities and our  economy.  We believe, as RPF Herb  Hammond said on CBC this  morning - it is possible to make  the transition to sustainable,  holistic forestry without pain.  We are committed to community involvement in forestry  decision making. But it is now  clear that the emperor never did  have any clothes. The processes  offered up by the MOF as public  involvement are a joke. The  MOF intends to proceed with  this 'research' regardless of the  views of the citizenry and without placing it in the context of a  plan for the area.  Public meetings on this issue  have been held. The MOF has  promised their own version  when the research proposal is in  its final draft. We will continue  to give them the same message  until our voices are heard: No  More Clearcuts on Mount  Elphinstone.  DONNASHUGAR  Concerned Coast Residents  Roberts Creek  No disrespect  intended  In light of the fact that all  three local newspapers have  received and published a letter  to the editor from D.J. Hauka  and family, Coast News May  17, The Leader May 17, and  most recent, The Sunshine Press  aa ��� ���M_.���.. u..e.etm_._m._a  IBtwrS mmCOnW  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  Interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  ThtEdltor  Sunshine Coatt New*  Box 460  Qlbtont, B.C.  V0H1V0  June 7,1 would like to take this  opportunity to publicly apologize to the members of the  Hauka family for any hardships  that I have created. It was not  my intention to be disrespectful  to those living or departed. I  merely wanted to fulfill a  promise that I made some time  ago to a man that I had loved  and respected like my veiy own  father.  That declaration was the proposed construction of a commercial complex on my commercially zoned property bearing the name Donald M. Hauka  Professional Building. Don  Hauka endorsed the concept and  wanted to leave his mark in a  community that he had loved for  years.  Are my actions to be condemned just because I have a  moral obligation to keep a  promise to a man of great  vision?  BENOIT J. LEPAGE  Gibaona  Leadership by  example  Prime Minister Mulroney is  on a $3 million ego trip recently  announced as a farewell tour.  And what did we hear about this  taxpayer abuse from the Conservative leadership hopefuls - not  a peep from any of them.  Don't expect real change  from this bunch. Fiscal responsibility should start with leadership by example.  JOHN DUNCAN  NI-PR candidate  Reform Party  'Maquiladoras': ugly harbingers of free trade future?  Clinton and Gore were elected last year in the  US proclaiming support for the North American  Free Trade Agreement, linking the destinies of  Canada, the USA and Mexico, with one important  proviso. Safeguards should be built in to ensure  labour standards and protection of the environment. There are grounds for concern.  This is particularly true when one contemplates  the 'enterprise zones' which have sprung up the  length of the US-Mexican border. If these are a  foreshadowing of how NAFTA will work, or of  how the multi-national corporations will disport  themselves if freed from restraint, the worst fears  of those who oppose NAFTA in all three countries  will be realized.  Here again we have a case where the principal  organs that we rely upon to inform us have had all  too little to say on a crucial matter. I am beholden  to Z Magazine, published by the Institute for  Social and Cultural Communications in Boston, for  the outline of the situation along the US-Mexican  border around these 'maquiladoras' as they are  known in Mexico.  Subscriptions for the magazine, published  monthly except for a joint July/August edition, can  be obtained by writing to the magazine at 116 St  Botolpb St, Boston, MA 02US.  The history of the maquiladoras goes back to  1965 when 3,000 Mexicans were employed in the  musings  John burnside  'enterprise zones'. Today tbe number of workers  has increased to half a million. The number of factories along the border has also increased: from  300 in 1982 to 1,000 in 1986 to 2,000 at the end of  1992.  The attraction for multi-national corporations in  these sites is easy to understand. A $400 a week  job in tbe United States can translate into $33 a  week in the maquiladora factories. Employers can  save as much as $30/100 a year per worker.  Two thirds of the workers in maquiladora plants  are young women between the ages of 17 and 24,  because they are believed less likely to protest the  conditions. It is illegal to hire anyone younger than  17 but some as young as 13 have been reported on  the production lines.  The conditions inside the plants are dangerous  and accidents common due to the speed of the production lines and the amount of toxic chemicals  being used. Outside the plants things are no better.  Crime is rampant; Friday night rape parties are  reported; and women are called upon to give proof  of menstruation and fired if pregnant in some factories.  In many cases a mother and her daughters will  move to the maquiladoras, leaving father and  brothers at home, resulting in the break-up of the  strong Mexican family unit. The conditions in  which tbe workers live is usually abysmal. Home  is a dirt-floored wooden or cardboard shack, frequently without sanitary facilities. Often the only  water is contaminated; empty drums formerly used  to store toxic chemicals are employed to store  drinking water.  Most of the maquiladoras are grouped around  four twin cities on the border: Brownsville in  Texas and Matamoros in Mexico; Laredo in Texas  and Nuevo Laredo in Mexico; El Paso in Texas  and Ciudad Juarez in Mexico; San Diego in California and Tijuana in Mexico. An article in the  Wall Street Journal in September 1989 described  the border as "a sinkhole of abysmal living conditions and environmental degradation."  If tne situation for the maquiladora workers is  desperate, the situation for the environment in  which they must live is no less so. Two million  people now live in Tijuana amidst what one eyewitness described as 'mountains of refuse'. The  Rio Grande River is the most polluted river in  North America with toxic wastes and sewage  poured into it practically the length of the border.  At Nuevo Laredo the river has a fecal contamination 1,000 times the Texas limit but still people fish  and swim.  Disease and birth defects along the border are  endemic. In the spring of 1992 there were 30 cases  of babies born without brains in Texas, most in  Brownsville within a couple of miles of the border.  Mexican records are not available or not kept.  The largest employer is General Motors, which  operates 37 maquiladora plants with more to come  as it closes 12 of its 21 plants in the US and Canada;  other major contributors to this 'sinkhole of  abysmal living conditions and environmental  degradation' include subsidiaries of Dupont Chemical, Stepan Chemical, Zenith. Household names  like Ford, Chrysler, General Electric, and Johnson  and Johnson are represented in this shame.  It has been said that: "These corporations are  turning the border into a 2,000 mile-long Love  Canal."  Clinton and Gore do well to express concern  about this aspect of free trade. It is a national disgrace for Canadians that Prime Minister Mulroney  had no apparent concern. We should ensure his  successor does before any further approvals are  given.  COAST^NEWS  Su-Kripthnlemlor  -*       am a -���- ___,_ *_L__ ���"���  ��� ' J-  IIIV <mi rWWI Br flV f\T*************a****a**r;  CaaaJat 1 yaw MS ��� 12.45 CST ��� $37.45  6montf��.S20����l.4OC5T-$21.40  *OTfeK 1yw.S40(NoCST)  Rag. No. 4702  Tha Sunshine Coait Nev�� as pubWtad on  Una Sunshine Coast, RC. every Monatay bv  GUmMf-mUd.  ataomOmca-S.7Cnilcalam  Boa 460, Obion., RC, VON IVO  (604) S8tV2622, Fax (604) SS6-7725  SacMt Catfca - ml Cewrla ft  fkax6SSac*ialt,B.C,V0N3A0  (604) MS-3930, Editorial (604) 86M9JO,  Fan (604)865-3954  Pel Tripp  rteprmmtehv..   Bill Raagaara, Simonaa Cart/sle-Smith,  LaaniShtw  Otto Menage,    Anise Thomsen  Chain. Hart  Stuart Burnaside, Davila HavaMn,  Jim Slyd, Dank McNisipMon  Rut* rerwmr. Janice Edmonds  Mrnaaav     CMyMack  Ytmccemriml^tAWAtLVmVmiCma^aew \  Ths Sunshine Coast Nesvs ts protected by copyright  and reproduction ol my part of it by any means Is  prohibited unless permission in writing Is first secured  from Glasjtwd Press Ltd., holder of the copyright Coast News, June 14, 1993  Prosaic images of nature's wonder  Gardens are, almost by definition and certainly by intent,  among the most beautiful places  in the world, but on television  somehow ihey are almost  supremely boring.  Obviously a lot of time and  money, supposing all the fellows got paid, has gone into  making series on gardening for  the television screens.  We have a nice lanky 60-  year-old, rarely without his  wheelbarrow and a proper floppy gardening hal, and his bluff  vigorous wife and they tell us  all, amiably enough, aboul composts and the care and feeding  of delphiniums and the way to  lake a really firm hand with  apliids, and all lhat stuff and  there doesn't really seem to be  anything they don't know about  whal goes on between the minutest blades of grass.  In another series we have  Audrey Hepburn showing us  around lhe great gardens of  Europe. Victoria Sackville  West's famous garden in Kent,  written about perhaps as much  as any other garden. Masson's  garden near Paris, so much a  part of his painting; Ihe great  formal gardens of Versailles.  All, by definition, or per se as  we arc fond of saying today,  great visual sluff.  Bul, on the screen it some  how does not come off at all.  Somehow on the screen it is all  just flat on the page.  The photography, in some  cases could not be bettered, but  still you are not getting any kind  of an experience of a garden.  Just the same there can be  dramatic things go on with gardens. Someone seems to have  shot a neighbour the other day  somewhere in Vancouver over  some question to do with an  untrimmed hedge. Feelings to  do with pansies and forget-me-  nots can run pretty high.  This does not, however,  come over on the screen. Granted we do get the characters. We  get lo meet Ihe old time senior  gardeners, and they are all kind  of gnarled and men of few  words and wearing boots of  course, and cords which have  perhaps been handed down from  father to son.  When we come to the big  gardens, the ones that go back  perhaps a couple of centuries or  so, the head gardener has maybe  come from a longer line, genera-  tionally, than the Duke or whoever.  In the not so distant past, a  rememberable past, these characters were all very much the  same. Slightly stooping, from  all the digging of course, but  essentially gentle and kind,  in a nutshell  weatherbeaten and salt of the  earth.  Their scalliwag younger sons  became poachers or made it to  gamekeepers and got into literature as Mellors in Lady Chatter-  ly's Lover, but the gardeners  stayed aboul the same and  played at the most small bit  parts.  The gardener turns upon  these programs and he is absolutely true to form and he is perhaps the figure who has changed  Ihe least over the longest of our  known time.  And gardening continues to  be the most direct, the easiest  thing we can do unless we live  on the 26th floor of some condominium.  There is no question, of  course, lhat gardening is popular  today. Hockey games are interrupted at vital points in order to  sell us simple tools that maybe  dig a little more easily into the  ground. Some of the biggest  international companies about  stuart nutter  are selling flower seeds, none  lhat I know with any guarantee.  Obviously you can still sell  plastic flamingoes.  People who flee the roar of  the city to come to the peace of  neighbouring countrysides have  their weekends made hideous by  tools, or toys, more aggressively  noisy than anything since Led  Zeppelin, designed to clip or  manicure their lawns; and  bought and used clearly by people who can only be ardent gardeners.  Something seems to have  gone of course, and there's  nothing new about that. Marvel  said 'a green place in a green  shade'. Fitzgerald, according to  his friends, spent almost all his  working life in his garden making one and another translation  of the Rubaiyat of Omar  Kayam. '...with me along som  strip of herbage sown that just  divides the desert from its  own...' No weedeaters in that  scene.  Lord Jims   JJt  Re-sort ��tBSt4iTiW  Ole's Cove Rd, just north of Secret Cove on Hwy. 101  SUNDAYS - SPKIAL BRUNCH MENU  Open Fridays, 6 9PM   Sat&Sun8-2PM,6-9PM  Reservations Requested 885-7038  !!ik   filial  COME IN TO SEE THE LATEST  H  m  "is  A^  Rayon and Cotton Batiks for casual wear & dress   &|  and SA VE on the Greatest Spring __% 50% Off   1  pBS        Open Mon.-Sal. 10 - S PM  [|g| S729 Cowrie St.. Sasc'iaff  (isl M5-M*0  ������| ll IMPOWT* j  lettws  Grant option to opt  out of French  Reference is made to Ihe  decision of our school trustees  noi lo implement the intermediate French immersion program  in September 1993 for lack of  sufficient support.  News media asked me for  my comments on ihis decision.  In order lo avoid any misunderstanding/misinterpretation I  herewith repeal my comments;  "I fully endorse Nancy  Brindley's ���alternative proposal  lo strengthen Ihe Core French  program by offering it in all our  schools from grade 4 onwards.  All those concerned with French  language teaching know that the  immersion method is very costly and inefficient (about 70 percent attrition rate). In their  school budget 1993/94 Ihe  trustees were compelled to cut  services lo our students such as  counselling, janitorial services,  purchases of library books and  material (computers?) and adult  education."  I also agree wilh Brindley  lhat after a mandated exposure  10 French language learning,  students should be given the  option of opting oul of French  second learning programs, if  Ihey feel that their strengths lie  in other subjects than French;  knowing full well lhat French  11 and 12 are still admission  requirements for UBC.  JAKOB KNAUS  Sechelt  Immersion students  commended  An open letter to  SD #46 Trustees  Re: Field Trip to Quebec  We have jusl returned from  accompanying the grade 6-7  French Immersion class on their  field trip to Quebec. The students are lo be commended for  their behavior throughout the  trip. It began on the outbound  flight, where various passengers  and flight attendants complimented the children, and continued in that vein throughout the  10 days we were away. For all  of us, it was a marvellous experience to see these children  understand everything that was  being said to them and respond  quite naturally in French.  A special thanks must go to  their teacher, Cynthia Normand,  who prepared them so well for  this trip that they behaved so  responsibly throughout the journey. Cynthia was able to keep  everything calmly in control for  the whole time we were away.  She gave the students choices  whenever possible and relaxed  rules to let them accept their  own responsibility.  We were able to experience  the Quebec culture first hand,  which is an excellent way of  understanding the differences. It  was certainly a way to appreciate the uniqueness of Canada.  We are all so glad we made the  decision to put our children in  the French Immersion Program  and to see how well it has  worked.  HILARY ESTERGAARD  Sechelt  Maintain  people values  So, we locals have a frontier  mentality, do we? Yes, Mayor  MacLarty, I'll vouch for that  and what gives you the right to  sneer in the face of long-time  residents as if they were second-  class citizens?  Yes, some us were here first,  not because we were trying to  escape the big city but because  we were raised here and have a  kinship with our community  that goes beyond the escalating  value of our house.  I don't want this area to  change from a small, close-knit  community which is one of the  main reasons people move here.  At least on the 'frontier' you  looked after your neighbour.  This is not Vancouver or Toronto with huge bureaucratic tangles, where people are just  another number in a long lineup.  Someone complained about  the trailers? That area is hardly  Shaughnessy and the need for a  trailer park is obviously there.  Not everyone can afford the  astronomical housing costs on  the Coast, and as Ihe mayor you  must take this into consideration. You're not just having a  winner-take-all fight with Ray  Stockwell, you're looking after  the needs of the people of  Sechelt. The people in that trailer park are every bit as important as a person down the street  in a $300,000 house who is worried that their property may  become devalued. If they don't  like the trailers they have the  option of moving to a different  area with strict quality controls  and passes at the gate so only  the 'right' people can enter.  At least Bob Wilson had the  presence of mind to realize that  council was not just dealing  with more paper but real people.  It is time, no, past time for residents of Sechelt to wake up  from our slumber and give ourselves a good, close scrutiny.  Do you like what we're becoming, the direction we seem to be I  heading? It is time to become  involved, even if in a small way  in your community before like  many others I know, you move  away in total frustration.  EVA TRIPP  Sechelt  Quay thanks  I feel the desire to make a  public statement of heartfelt and  pridefelt thanks to the artists  that have made Quay Works a  wonderful new addition to Gibsons and the Sunshine Coast.  The quality of works on display will catch your mind, heart  and spirit.  If you have the opportunity  to be a part of the artists' talk  which happens just before the  opening of each new show, take  it. The genuine warmth of each  artist's disclosures on how a  piece of work evolved for them  is truly enlightening. Nitty, gritty information re medium  sources, style, etc. is freely  shared and questions or comments openly responded to.  Having had the privilege of  attending such an evening  myself, I left feeling enriched  with new awareness of of being  a part of what was going on.  Share in the discovery - visit  the Quay Works now. In a few  years when these artists are all  famous you'll be able to say "I  knew them when." Get ready  world. Gibsons just took a giant  step forward.  SANDRA LEACH  Gibsons  yOU'RE THE WINNER WHEN YOU CHOOSE  COAST NEWS & WEEKENDER CLASSIFIEDS  885-3930 or 886-2622  FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE  WaW       .     SjT)  A_  ���f piP    prese  * aSIEVIE RAY  VAUGHAN  I     I       tribute  with  Thursday, Friday, Saturday  June 17,18 & 19  r Brenda's  Cuts'n'Curls  Everyday Low Prices  For Seniors  ��� Perms $45  includes cut, roller set  or curling iron  ��� Shampoo  & Set $12  ��� Cuts $10  I UaMCMWM tk\mw  Mghw.*.y 101 Gibsons  llll'lna's'll  \n,K s Ra M.iilMIlt  f.   (  lllllulll   III Si,Ml  MM N (a DAYS A   Wl I K  886-4805  The President and Directors  of the  Canadian Community Newspapers Association  Representing the Communily Newspapers of Canada  are pleased to congratulate  Sunshine Coast News  Winner Of  Best Feature and Sports Photographs  in the Associations 1993 Better Newspapers competitions  j  open to member newspapers across Canada ��� Coast News, )une 14, 1993  Jeannie'S Gifts & Gems  Congratulates the  Elphinstone, Chatelech A Pender Harbour  OF 1993  Sale Dates  June 14-28  lay Away Ptan Gifts & Gems  20% DISCOUNT  On (ill Karat  Gold Rings  PULSAR Seiko   loruft watches  Kjrai Cold lewelrv  Sterling Silver lewelrv  SprtdH I.D. Bracelets  MkteHtr Writing Sttt  Travel Clocks  tei Skin Accessories  Jeannie's ���*��� & a*"  SunnycnM vun, Gibson*.  att- W21  community  REaCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  Elphinstone band members practice for upcoming 1999  graduation ceremonies. Elphinstone Secondary awards night is  June 15, convocation ceremonies June 28. Chatelech Secondary  gttrgt In  awards night is June 22, convocation ceremonies June 30. Pender  Harbour Secondary awards night is June 24 with convocation  ceremonies commencing at 3:00 P.M. June 26. Kyla McDonald photo  Featured Restaurant of the Week  Back Eddy Pub  A Family Restaurant  ��� Fish & Chips  ��� Skookum Burgers  ��� Clam Chowder  ��� Much, much more  Dtoe and en|oy thc beany  of Jtjnrto inlet  Kitchen Hours: Noon ��� 8 pm  Open 7 days a week -  Breakfast on Sundays  1/2 mile north of Egmont on Mapla land  883-2298  FAMILY DINING  Surround yourself sarilh  art, thc aroma of superb coffees  and the tantalizing smells of our  gourmet cuisine and desserts.  Everything is made with care and  presented wilh panache and flair.  We're localed in the heart of  Sechelt at #4-5689 Cowrie St. and  ate open Monday-Saturday, 8:30  a.m.-5:30 p.m. 885-8837.  Tht Beat Houaa - Just a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  offering daily choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood bom the West,  East and Gulf Coasts as well as a  variety of other specialties. Join us  after 5 pm for dinner or for our  spectacular Sunday Brunch, served  between 10:30 am and 2 pm.  Friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere and fabulous meals are just  some of the reasons you'll keep  coming back. If you have an important rendezvous or a ferry to catch,  please let us know and we'll make  the necessary Kcs-enmoclatioraS For  reservations call 921-8188 All  major credit cards accepted  HaW-A-Way Reataurarrl - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining it the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor Inn on Hwy  101 at Park Rd Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your enioyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section We're open 7  days a week 5:30am - 2pm. closed  Irom 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-9pm.. Saturdays k Sundays 7am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar. with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts Eat to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday 4  Salurday nighl 2 ior 1 dinner special 5pm-10pm Reservations 886-  4501 50 seals plus banquet room.  Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2 pm.  Fully licensed and air conditioned.  Dinner reservations recommended  Hwy. 101. Davis Bay. 885-7285.  BREAKFASTS LUNCH  0* Dutch PaaTawakcat Houaa - Enjoy  Breakfast or Lunch outdoors  among the trees and flowers on our  new patio We're serving Itwrifttl  and Lunch al day Ion**, ten 6 am  Mon-Fri and 7 am weekends. But  Breakfast at De Dutch isn't just limited to the North American trasli-  lional bacon k eggs (although that's  here tool). We've got Dutch style  pancakes (Pannekoeks), French  toasl. Dutch toast... and creative  lunch ideas loo! Gnat tasting fresh  ground coffee and fresh home baking! Visit De Dutch Pannekoek  House today and we're sure you'll  keep coaling back. Find us on Hwy.  101 (Sunshine Coast Hwy.) across  from the Sunnycrest Mall in Ihe  Cedars Inn complex 886-9090. Visa  4 MasterCard accepted.  BaclatWf Pub - Enjoy Ihe natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tatting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub: or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our 'Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road  Open 7 days a week Pub open  noon - closing Kitchen hours:  Noon ��� 800 pm  Porpoise Bay. Observe the tranquil  ducks and geese or dine' by moonlight with a candle at your table.  Our deck is now open for lhe summer season. Live classical guitar  nightly. To savor this superb dining  experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday. Lunch  11 am- 2pm. Dinner 5 pm 885-3847  Chai Philippe Haetauranl at Bonniebrook Lodge. Enjoy a delicious  alinner in the <*uiet country elegance  of our dining room. We have an  extensive avine 1st and friendly professional service. Localed at the  waterfront, foot of Cower Pt. Rd.  Reservations recommended: 886-  2188. Open from 530/7 days a sveek  Creak Houaa - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yel casual atmosphere We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, steaks and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321  Open from 6 pm. Thurs through  Sun. Vita k Mastercard. 40 seals.  Located in  Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Cibsons.  Family Dining with Special Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are sleaks and  burgers, homemade soups, pies  and salads, and entrees Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon  requesl. Licensed 4 air condi-  Horsed Winter Hours: Open Sun -  Thurs, 11 am - 9 pm. Fri 4 Sat 11  am -10 pm. 886-2993  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Tht Wharf - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week Breathtaking ocean view and  sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at ib best.  Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for two, U0. We're now open 7  days a week: Galley 11 am lo 10  pm: Pub 11 am to 11 pm. Pender  Harbour. 883-1145, Mastercard 4  Visa FuUv licensed  FINE DINING  /ttwf't HitliuttH - Lunch and dinner specials every day. House specialties include prime rib, veal  dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta, thai  food and lots of new gourmet dishes Don't miss Andy's great lunch  buffet Mon-Fri and our popular  Sunday brunch, 11 am - 2:30 pm.  Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open  7daysaw.*ek.  El Mno ��� Dine in the Finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing  Savour the alebghls of fresh seafood  ban around the world Our extensive Dinner Menu includes fresh  seafood in our soup, salad, hot or  cold appetizers, main courses and  pastas. Other entrees include steak  veal, chicken and lamb Caesar  salad for two and flambe desserts  are prepared al your tableside. Our  lunch menu contains sandwiches  and burgers. OPEN 7 DAYS A  WEEK Lunch hours: 1130 - 230  Dinner hours 430 - 930. Vita and  Mastercard. Reservations recommended. 886-3891  I - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy tht view of East  On Tha Seech - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by 4 sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8 am-2:30 pm. Dinner  Reservations Reci***iinencaed. In the  heart of Sechelt at the Driftwood  Inn. Trail Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Ma I OWN Data* In - Take out, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks,  ice cream. Free home delivery  within 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on  $10 minimum orders Small charge  for orders under 110. Hwy. 101.  Casfcsona "M-7813.  by George Cooper  The first rowing lesson was a  very demanding one - from  Vancouver to the mouth of  Roberts Creek in a cedar  dugout. The year was 1900,  midsummer, and the rower was  Harry Roberts, newly arrived in  BC at age 16.  Harry Roberts, writing in the  Coast News in 1964, tells about  coming with his dad, brother  Will and sister Ida to his grandfather's homestead on the creek  now bearing the family name,  but then called Fat Fish Creek,  as translated from the Salish.  The dugout, 14 hy four feet,  was made by members of the  Salish Nation for white man's  use; that is, to row. Harry  Roberts said his grandfather was  called the Big King George man  hy the Sechelts because he was  big and tall with a white beard.  When he was slill new in the  country, Harry once asked how  to get to Gibsons Landing by  Tin* IVsli\al i oiM-ril S��'i*i��'S  PRESENTS  THE RAMCOFF TRIO  Gene Ramabottom  clarinet  Monica Pfau  piano  Roger Mangas  viola  A Sunday afternoon concert featuring the  music of Brahms, Bruch and Mozart  Sunday, July 4th at 2:00 pm in the  Festival Pavilion at Rockwood Centre  Sf m mtttf AtJt/im. fttdtf Liti  Tickets 112 at  The Festival Box Office at Rockwood  Telephone 885-9631 or Fax 885-3967  Tin- I cslixal i iHU'VVt Swu***  PRESENTS  THE VANCOUVER SENIOR  YOUTH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA  Sunday, June 20th at 2:00 pm in the  Festival Pavilion at Rockwood Centre  under  Conductor Arthur Poison  FOR  TICKETS  OR  MORE  INFO  The Festival Box Office at Rockwood  Telephone 885-9631 or Fax 885-3967  trail from his grandfather's  homestead.  "Go up Ihe old skid road to  lhe properly line, lum right and  watch oul on the bridges." He  did and got to Gibsons and  returned home in thc dark like a  homing pigeon.  No birds, no wild animals  seen, but a wonderful clear view  at one spot of Keats, Bowen and  the boals al ihe landing. His  lunch en roule was pilot bread  (he called it dog biscuit) and a  slice of cheese.  Near Gibsons Harry stopped  al the housc-cum-post office and  was given milk and cake and a  lengthy interrogation by the lady  of the house aboul his family  and background. He could see  the pile driver at work in Gibsons Landing harbour and marvelled at the huge boulder used  to hammer home the wqoder^  piles.  Going home Harry crept by  the postmistress's house unseen  and felt his way home in the  dark with a long stick, going  very cautiously over the log  bridges with the centre planks  all removed to hold the cattle  from crossing.  Dilemma  Bernard Gillie, BC Teachers  Federation president in 1945/46  in an article in Teacher said that  he had participated in five  attempts to change public education that didn't survive.  The Year 2000 plan? Perhaps  loo early to throw it in the  garbage can. Here are some of  lhe mistakes we've made over  and over, he said.  1. Never willing to prepare,  the leachers who are those most  concerned. 2. Never willing to  set up test schools first. 3.  Directions from the top down?  That doesn't work. 4. Such far-  reaching changes will cost a'  great deal of money with no.  guarantee of success. No reliable evidence to judge it by for  at least 10 years and by that  time many people will hate this  education system.  Orange Road  In a letter from Muriel Rut-  ler. she stales lhal Orange Road  in Roberts Creek was named  after Emily Orange who was a  teacher. She lived on the Orange  Estate and was married lo Frank  Orange who were bolh originally from Wales.  FRESH.  FRESH,  FRESH!  "���.-iii .it!',  AUDREYS  COFFEE  SERVICE Coast News, June 14, 1993  community  roberts creek  by Beverley Shipley  The last RCCA meeting  before summer break will be  Wednesday, June 23 at 7:30 pm  at Ihe hall. Fire chief Denis Mulligan will be giving a report on  firehall expenditures, fire regulations, etc. A reminder that  SCRD Director Brett  McGillivray attends lhe RCCA  monthly meetings to not only  give a report on SCRD happenings, but to be a liaison for residents wilh concerns and requests  to thc SCRD. If you have any  questions, complaints, etc. that  you want to make to the regional  district, these meetings are a  good time tn do it through your  regional director.  Secretary Jamie Davidson  would like to encourage better  attendance at RCCA meetings.  Considering thc fact that close to  400 creekers showed up to take  part in thc community photo  recently, how about showing up  for thc monthly meetings as  well?  Creek beaches  Roberts Creek beaches seem  to be fairly clean of irash so far  this summer. Perhaps this is  only because the weather has  been so rainy, or perhaps the  human creature is finally gelling  lhe message - quit dumping your  litter wherever you happen to  find yourself, be it under a log,  into thc water or overboard  when boating. I'm trying to look  at thc positive side and am hoping it is Ihe latter reason.  When living on the beach a  few years ago, I was amazed at  thc amount of human garbage  lhal washed up on the beach  each day.  Bul those two summers were  hot and long and maybe this was  the reason - more boats, more  people, consequently more trash.  Nighttime and daytime particrs  seemed lo leave very little  behind, and I'm sure if there was  a Irash barrel at the entrance to  Now Available on the Sunshine Coast  WEST COAST FIRST AID TRAINING  Dana Lamb (owner/instructor)  Instruction in Industrial and  all levels of first aid  I.F.A. class starting July 12.  Register now.  WFST COAST FIRST AID TRAINING  885-4757  Sincere best wishes are extended to  Dr. Pamela Earle  on the occasion of her retirement  DR. GRANT WOOD  will continue to welcome  Sunshine Coast residents at the  Gibsons Optometry Clinic  Dr. Grant Wood  Optometrist  General Eye  & Vlilon Care  Member of the  B.C. Association  of Optometrists  Gibsons Medical Dental Centre Office Hours  B15 Sunshine Coast Highway      Tuesday-Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  RR#2 S2 C73 Alternating Saturdays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Gibsons, BC 6M-72I1  Roberts Creek students in Barry Krangle's class display their artistic talents recently incorporated  onto a T-shirt celebrating the community spirit of Roberts Creek. Creating the T-shirt was part of a  project in which students evaluated the landscape or the Creek and made recommendations based on  their own vision of the community. The shirts are on sale at the general store.        Joel Johnstone photo  thc beach access, they probably  would have used it. Let's keep  our water and beaches clean. It  really is a disgusting low trend  that people seem to have of  garbaging up anything fine -  such as the once clean Gibsons  Harbour, Howe Sound, Georgia  Strait, etc., etc.  Daze meeting  The next Creek Daze meeting  is Wednesday, June 16 at 7:30  pm at the hall. Lots of volunteers are still needed, especially  in the following areas: a parade  marshall, face painters, organiz  ers of games such as volleyball,  races, etc. For booth or table  rentals call Randi Tame at 886-  9324 and for entertainment  information call Melanie Berg at  885-3720. The Daze is set for  Saturday, August 21 at Cliff  Gilker Park.  Howe Sound  PULP   tat   Mill   Hill ID  SAFETY WEEK-JUNE 20-28  CANADIAN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY WEEK  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper's Joint Health and Safety  Committee is sponsoring the following community  activities to mark Safety Week 1993:  June 24 Trail Bay Mall Display, Sechelt  June 25 Sunnycrest Mall Display, Gibsons  June 26 Safety Bike Rodeo - Up to 12 yrs.  Gibsons Fire Station, 10 am -12 noon  June 27 Safety for Off-Road Motorized Bikes  Chaster Road Fire Station, 10 am -12 Noon  Bring your bikes and your parents!  EVERYONE IS WELCOME!      HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!  ���/I  davls bay news  t  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  A delightful musical interlude Opera Backstage will be  held at St. John's United Church  in Davis Bay on Saturday, June  19 at 8 pm and Sunday June 20  at 2 pm by Alice Horsman and  Friends.  This is the fourth annual concert to be presented and selections will include excerpts from  Carmen, music of Spanish composers, songs by Handel and  Noel Coward. Tickets are $8 at  Talewind Books and Books 'N'  Stuff. All proceeds go towards  the St. John's building fund.  This concert was so well  received last year that it is  bound to be a sellout, so get  your tickets early. For additional  information call 885-3866.  Craft sale  There's something new being  planned for the holiday weekend July 3 and that's a craft sale  to be held at the Davis Bay/Wilson Creek community hall from  f 0 am lo 2 pm. This will be for  new crafts only, rather than flea  market goods. Tables are filling  up fasl so call Bill at 885-7490.  A real opportunity to do your  Christmas shopping early - only  s*ix months to go.  1 Speed limit  1 Have you noticed the speed  limit in Davis Bay is down to 50  kph? Let's hope it is obeyed by  the drivers who are racing to the  ferry.  Western Canada's  Largest  SUMMER  ANTIQUE &  COLLECTIBLE  SHOW /SALE  Mcpherson centre  7325 McPherson Ave., Burnaby  turn Soulh 5500 block Kingsway)  June17,18,19  Thurs. 5pm-1 Open  Frl.10am-10pm  Sat.10am-5pm  95 Sellers with a vast  selection tor summer  Admission $5.00  FBgLt  D^R  Wr#&�� FOOD   ^  NOSTALGIA GALORE  ITOSLAND SHOWS  604431-0900  House spouse  When our spouse begins to  make noises about retirement,  we hear all kinds of cute cliches,  my favourite one being 'I married him for better or for worse,  but not for lunch.' Another one  is 'what do I do with him 24  hours a day?' and then there's  'twice the husband on half the  salary.' Many of us attend  retirement seminars which are  supposed to clue us in on what's  really going to happen. We  moan and groan and laugh a lot  at some of the things we are told  to expect, ever confident it  won't happen to me. Oh, yeah?  One of the recurring themes  in our seminar was the one  where, suddenly after 40 odd  years of homemaking, child  raising, painting, decorating and  balancing the budget, we leam  that we have been doing it all  wrong. Now it is time to be  taught the right way. Our facilitator stressed that the first thing  our husbands would do would  be to re-organize our cupboards  - sound familiar?  One day while I was not  around, mine decided to change  my system of storing excess  flour, sugar, rice, etc. He rounded up a variety of plastic pails  and began transferring the staples into them (I always label  mine). Two weeks ago while he  was away on a fishing trip, I  noticed my dishes were coming  -BMULHW-TRADES  Exclusive Imported G\fts  FOR THE DISCERNING DAD.  For hb office or den.  Stone booktmh, woooxarvii**-,  primitive pottery at  auvtsnaa, and mud\  much more.  Seratort day la every Wnheiday.  5716Tetwb St, Sechelt  Mon.-Sal, 885-5178  out of the dishwasher every  night half washed, stained and  spotty. I had just opened a new  pail of dishwasher detergent so  that couldn't be it, must be the  dishwasher, the water, whatever. Frustrated, I poured a capful  of detergent into the washer and  marvelled at the smooth consistency of said soap - suddenly I  thought it looks like sugar. Hesitantly, I dipped a finger in the  soap and tasted it - it was sugar.  Have you ever tried washing  dishes in sugar? No wonder they  didn't come clean.  That's what happens when  husbands reorganize your  kitchen - it was worth a good  laugh.  (VI.Q  600DRAKE  "Your Home Away From Home"  VLCPROPMHESLID.  proudly invites /iu to preview  our brand nr? 192 suite  rental ipwtmtir tower.  aVmnttJUYlcKCtMICY.  When in the city on business,  why not consider Var-couver's  newest concept in convenient  and affordable short-term  accommodation - modem studio  and jr.l bdim suites. Available  on a monthly basis. Some suites  with murphy beds.  Ratal Office Houm  Monday-Friday 4-8 pm  Weekends & Holklayi-Noaa-5 pm  600 Drake Street, Vancouver  (comer of Drake ft Sq-aoar St)  681-0727  \TheRiTlnmhiphW_rtotfY  ���X|ie ttotpotatwn ot W - J  Bistrict of g>eri)rit  P.O. Box 129,5545 ln��H Avenue, .SecheH, B.C. VON 3A0 Telephone (604) 965-1966 Fix (604) 685-7501  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Tax Deadline July 2nd        Abandoned Boat Trailers  All District of Sechelt Taxation Notices have  ' been mailed to property owners. If you  HAVE NOT received your notice, please  contact Municipal Hall.  ; IF - you have recently sold your property,  but have received a tax notice for it,  callus.  IF - you have recently purchased property,  but have NOT received a tax notice,  call us.  IF- your mailing address has changed,  call us.  Remember it is the property owner's  responsibility to advise the Municipality of  , any changes. Not receiving your notice will  not be accepted as a reason to excuse late  payment charges.  Contact Municipal staff if you are unsure of  eligibility for the Provincial Home Owner  Grant, or if you require assistance in  completing the application. We will be only  too happy to help. Be advised that  applications for the Grant which are applied  for after July 2nd are subject to penalty.  AVOID THI RUSH AND LINEUPS  We are pleased to accept post dated  cheques. Any payments made after July  2nd will be subject to a penalty.  Upcoming Meetings  Please note the following schedule for  upcoming meetings.  Tuesday, June 15th  10:00 am      Public Works/  Engineering  *11:00 am     Parks, Recreation/ Arena  1:30 pm    Finance &  Corporation Services  'Time approximate following Public  Works meeting.  Wednesday, June 16th  7:30 pm       Regular Council Meeting  Please notethat all meetings take place  at the Sechelt Municipal Hall on Inlet  Avenue.  Two boat trailers have been towed away  as being abandoned, from Porpoise Bay  Wharf.  Owners may contact either Sue Spurgeon,  Bylaw Enforcement Officer or Doug Fraser,  Superintendent of Public Works to identify  and claim the trailers after payment of  appropriate daily storage fees.  If not claimed by July 2nd, 1993, the  District of Sechelt will dispose of the  trailers.  Roller Bladlng/Skatlng  Continues at Arena  Please note that the Arena will be open  on Saturdays only during the month of  June for roller blading and roller  skating. Hours are as follows:  4:00 - 6:00 p.m. Scrub Hockey  6:00 ��� 8:00 p.m. Public Skate  Dont Litter!  Residents are reminded that there is a  fine for littering public parks and  streets. Please take pride in our  community by using litter receptacles  and reminding those you see littering  that it is not acceptable in our  community.  Do your part ���  Keep .Sechelt litter free!  Mayor's  Hotline  Zf  885-5360  V t'V*=---i*'i*VA"l.I''.i _ : '������- '*''  J Coast News, June 14, 1993  June Specials  Just hi time for Father's Day..  Flakar power grip fillet knife with  built In sharpener $11.95  Flyfiahiiaaj Stillsvatalra (Tho Gilly)  VHSVUasotape $19.95  Berkley Safari rate: res) $113.98  on Mis for t��ft.95  Bring In a catch anal release  picture for our board and receive  three free flies.  Ness, shipment, of  Tilleys arriviraa.  soon.  Enter our fres draw and  Remember to taring Pad to  the Recreational Show  Coast Flies  Free fly line with any  in stock 5-ii-je  rod purchased.  Due to popular demand our float  tubes will remain on sale for the  month of June **-*���* _r-  wstwr  win fly tying lessons for your Dad  Prawn Sat. June 19th  at Z>:00p  _m__^_^_ma_U  aMRK MULCH ��� TOP SON. ��� VMSHID !  CRUSHfR IHiST ��� AQUA POST ��� MTK> MOCKS  CUMCMJSHID ROCK ��� OAKDEN MIX  MUSHROOM MANUM ��� BVOOD AOOMOATI WTS  CtOU ARROURS ��� atMR POTS ��� lATTKI  LAMMCAH FaUMC ��� O-MMN CONCHn STATUS  AFlOWnUDMCKITKaNCf  Tues. thru Satutday 9 5 ���  5546 Whatf St.  Sundays 10-4  fl .Halabnd America line  ~iiiiiiioi or i it inner  M.S. Maasdam  December Inaugural  SAVINGS UP TO 20%  7-Day Christmas Cruise  December 20,1993  Ft. Lauderdale ��� Key West ��� Playa del  Carmen/Cozumel��Grand Cayman  Celebrate  FATHER'S DAY  Bring Dad to the  SUNNYCRESTMALL  Outdrnvi  Recreation Show  SATURDAY, JUNE 19  Father's Day Specials  throughout the Mall  ������������������ ��� _���__.._  "FLY TYING Demonstrations  presented by COAST FLIES"  MANY MORE  ��V^        GREAT  DISPLAYS  Tables still available for outdoor show...  Contact Nancy at 886-8323.  Gilbert Jot addresses  supporters of the proposed  Trail Bay Park at the Trail  Bay Project Committee's  picnic Sunday.  photo submitted  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7365  The Stanley Cup championship is now over so  summer must surely be here. School kids are ready  for holidays but they have a few hurdles still to  clear. Secondary sludenis at Chatelech will soon be  finishing regular classes and beginning examinations. Good luck to all, especially thc graduates.  We recently attended convocation exercises at  UBC. Graduation is really a special lime for families; the time of endings and new beginnings. Parents can surely be forgiven a few tears of love and  pride as their cherished ones make parenting a joy  at graduation.  West Side Story  Don't forget to pick up your tickets for West  Side Story, this year's production by the Sunshine  Coast Music Society. It will be playing from July 1  to 11 at the Raven's Cry Theatre. Il's a pleasure to  see such skill and professionalism at a local level.  Tickets are available at Talewind Books, Sayward  Books and Reflections Hair Studio or call 885-  7712 to order tickets. Some backstage volunteer  help is still needed, call producer Jan Robinson at  886-2277 if interested.  Festival music  The Festival of the Written Arls is featuring  some excellent musical entertainment as well,  throughout the summer. The Vancouver Senior  Youth Symphony Orchestra is playing at Rockwood Centre on Sunday, June 20 at 2 pm. Gene  Ramsbottom, a noted clarinetist, will be featured in  the Ramcoff Trio on Sunday, July 4 at the pavilion.  He will also be playing with the Chamber Ensemble of the CBC Radio Orchestra on Sunday,  August IS. Call the festival box office at 885-9631  or drop in for information on all the summer festival events. The ticket office is located just in front  of Rockwood Centre in the former tourist info  booth, which has moved next to the Sechelt Indian  Band Cultural Centie.  Canada Day  Canada Day is just two weeks away and planners, sponsors and volunteers are getting into high  gear for a busy day of events and fun in Sechelt.  Last week I mentioned the parade and the celebration of Sechelt writing contest.  There is lots more happening. The seniors centre will be ihe location for two major events. There  will be a star search for pre-teens from 1 to 2 pm  and for ages 13 to 21 years from 2:30 to 5.30 pm.  Cash prizes will be awarded for first, second and  third place winners.  These contests are prerequisite events for the  PNE. There is a lot of talent in the community so  these events should be fun to attend and take part  in.  Our community is really getting involved in  Canada Day celebrations for July 1. Some of the  sponsors are the Lions Club, Rotary Club, Friends  of the Sechelt Public Library, the Sechelt Golf and  Country Club, District of Sechelt, Sechelt Indian  Band and Clayton's Heritage Market.  by Joyce Ostry  Jean Sherlock invites you to  the Over 80's Tea to be held at1,  the centre on June 15 at 1:30'  pm. RSVP Jean at 885-9388 to  let her know your plans.   '  There is a dinner and dance  on June 17 at 6 pm: The tickets  are $10 per person and you can  pick them up at the centre,  Books and Stuff and Talewind  Books.  What follows is a list of  events still on for the summer:  crafts and pom-poms on Thursday morning at 9:30 am; carpel  bowling on Monday at 1:30 pm;.  bingo on second and fourth  Thursday at 1:30 pm and bridge  on Saturday at 1 pm. The centre's ever wonderful 69ers  (men's chorus) practice on  Wednesday at 10 am.  After my first article on thc  series of appliances for lhe disabled I had a phone call from a  -r~-  !-*2S^"-*r  Long time Gibsons resident Jean Wyngaert recently celebrated  her 83rd birthday at the Westin Bayshore Inn, Vancouver where  she was reunited with her Ave sisters. Top from left is Jean  Lenore Nygren and Minnie Pohl; bottom left is Esther Hepner,  Grace Nygren and Ruth Laube. The sisters came from across the  country for the reunion. pholo submitted  man called Gordon (at the time I  didn't catch the last name) about  equipment of its kind and we  arranged a get-together.  He came to my door first and  Turn  unwanted  ihose  Hems inio.  Sell them in the  Coast News and  Coast News  Weekender Classified*!  In Gibaona, call 886-2622.  In Socholt, call 885-3930.  ToAs^NEW^  said his father was making his  way up the drive and that I  knew him and there was Jerry  Chailler.  Jerry uses an artificial limb  and walks with the help of  walker and an electric mobility  aid called EMA for short. I was  glad to learn that son Gordon  and father Jerry are called Suncoast Scooters and Ihey can get  all home care products and present them to j*pu with the personal touch in home service.  Gordon is a dealer for the BC  made Ranger Scooters. I personally know a number of people  who have Rangers and are very  happy.  I learned that the Chaillers  have a very attractive lease service on scooters or they can  work around your needs and  means.  by Ruth Forrester  Bike enthusiasts will be  pleased to know that work has  begun on the mountain bike path  on the BC Hydro line at Trout  Lake Road opposite FAB Logging. Lots of help will be needed  for this project, so don't just  decide that you will enjoy it.  once it's there - get out and lend  a hand each Sunday from 10 am  to 2 pm. Give Chuck a call at  885-6108 and he will tell you  what is needed.  Concern appreciated  Kay Dombroski of Redrooffs  has been receiving many calls  from friends of the family  regarding the health of her  grandson Shaun Evans who has  been ill for some time. She is  pleased to pass along the word  that Shaun after long intensive  treatment is now coming along  just fine. The family are most  grateful to all who have  expressed Iheir concern and just  want to say thank you for their  great support.  Recognition  Have just learned that there  are two more Redrooffs residents who were awarded the  Commemoration Medal for the  125th anniversary of Canadian  Federation. Francis and Elizabeth Konopasek certainly  deserve such recognition for  their dedication to the children  of whom they have taken care  for the past 30 years.  There were 125 of these  medals awarded throughout  Canada, and of that total there  were apparently eight recipients  on the Sunshine Coast. A great  record for such a small area.  Fair raffle  Watch.out for some folks  from the Halfmoon Bay Country  Fair when they will be at the  mall in Sechelt selling the 50/50  raffle tickets.  The draw will take place during the fair which is on July 9,  10 and 11. The more tickets  sold, the higher the prize, so  pick yours up on July 2 or 3 at  the mall.  School busy  Although the school year will  soon be at an end, activities at  Halfmoon Bay school are still in  full swing. This Friday, June 18  is the big day for students who  enjoy being 'on stage'. It is their  annual talent show and believe  me, this is something which  should not be missed. It promises to be even better and bigger  than last year, so we can expect  a good show.  The time is at 10:30 am, so  hopefully all parents and friends  will show up.  Under the able coaching of  Mokie Barabash, the track and  field club was outstanding and  seldom placed lower than second in any event they tackled.  At the district track meet the  school 'rabbits' ran away with  ail the important prizes.  Special concert  There is a rare treat in store  for music lovers on the Coast  next Saturday and Sunday, June  19 al 8 pm and June 20 at 2 pm  in St. John's United church  when Alice Horsman will present 'opera backstage', joined by  some excellent singers from the  Lower Mainland.  Those who attended last  year's concert gave it a rave  review and won't want to miss it  this year. Tickets are available at  Sechelt book stores for $8 with  proceeds going to St. John's  Building Fund.  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Product* Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  ���n Coast News, June 14, 1993  by Marie Bisson-Montpetit  883-2142  I am taking over this column  for Jacalyn Vincent and would  like to wish her the best of luck  in her future endeavours. Anyone wishing to have local news  printed can phone me at the  above number or leave it at the  PetroCan. The harbour is gearing up for a great summer season as students and teachers  look forward to a long break.  Madeira Park elementary  Hugh Gadsby of Lord Jim's  will be taking Mrs. O'Coffce's  peer helpers to Thormanby  Island by boat on June 15. Mrs.  Talcnto and Mrs. Gibson's  classes are heading off to thc  museum of mining at Britannia  Beach on June 16. Thc grade 6's  will he celebrating their year  end with a picnic at Porpoise  Bay.  Pender secondary  Congratulations to the track  team who gave a terrific turnout  at the BC High School Championships in Burnaby recently.  Jolaine Percival came in second  in the javelin and third in the  shot put. Neai Mavin came in  sixth in javelin. Olher personal  bests were done by David  O'Coffey in the 1500 metres  and the relay; Jesse Paquin in  thc 400 and 800 metres; and  Steve Williamson in the long  jump. Well done.  PH Aquatic Centre  The centre will be closing  June 13 for the summer and will  reopen September 11 with its  annual teddy bear picnic and  program registratio   Watch for  community services  _whr��&w_i_+t'- V^^na  ^i^^m^^i . ;.,*%���.������? .hoV ���<  ^^  .���intflrtftutia^y  Jt,'.sA,.'i^a,; ..Halt.  Merrily Corder puts Pender tai-chi students through their paces  Saturday morning, June 5. Roxanne Gregory photo  Ihe newly renovated weight  room.  Girl guides  A special thank you to Tara  Rolston and the girl guides who  raised over $500 for the Heart  and Stroke Foundation this year.  Harbour artists  The Harbour artists gallery is  open for the summer season,  Tuesday to Saturday from 11 am  to 4 pm and Sunday from 12  noon to 4 pm and is featuring  our very talented local artists.  Friends of Caren  Friends of Caren will be  holding its annual general meeting and elections June 18 at 7:30  pm at Lions Park.  GRIP  GRIP needs volunteers to  help get the recycling depot  open. For information contact  Linda at 883-9043 or Val at  883-2948 if you can help out.  Power squadron  The PH power squadron will  be holding its annual Canada  Day Malaspina Regatta and sailboat races July 4. Anyone interested in participating can contact Deanna at 883-2103.  Rita Zotoff will be running a  boal wise course for eight to 13-  year-olds this smmer. Anyone  interested in registering can contact her at 883-2459.  Harold Clay designed the  new power squadron logo Make  No Waves, which reinforces 'no  speeding' in the Harbour (seven  knots or less). The RCMP will  be out enforcing the speed limit  in the harbour this summer.  .Save the Strait marathon  The marathon is taking place  August 21 from Sechelt to  Nanaimo. Anyone who would  like to volunteer or participate  can contact Marie at 883-2142.1  will also be setting up a Shiatzu  student clinic and can be  reached at the same number.  Volunteers  A big thank you to all the  volunteers in the community  who are far too numerous to  name. You're the pulse of the  community and your dedication  is greatly appreciated.  by Dianne Evans  Summer months can be challenging with  small children but the Parent-Tot Drop-In  Summer Adventure scries can help provide  entertainment and education for tots and parents alike. The program is for children up to  five years of age, accompanied by an adult.  You are asked to be prepared with a hat, sunscreen, appropriate footwear and Clothing.  In Sechelt the,summer adventure will take  place on Wednesdays from 10 am to noon  and in Gibsons on Tuesdays and Thursdays,  same time.  Parents are asked to bring a plastic cup  for your family's use and a piece of fruit  each week. Juice, water and basic first aid  are provided.  Sechelt program  Thc following is a brief timetable of the  adventures planned for Sechelt. For information call Cathy al 885-3655 or Lynn at 886-  8503.  July 7 - Teddy Bears' picnic, Hackett  Park, running shoes, hat and sunscreen a  musl; July 14 - Farm day at 6672 Norwest  Bay Road, bring along bread crumbs to feed  thc animals; July 21 - Wet V wild water  play at West Sechelt school, bring towels  and bathing suits; July 28 - bugs, beetles,  butterflies and bobbles of nature, Porpoise  Bay park, bring walking shoes.  August 4 - Kite day at Davis Bay; August  11 - In and out of the water - West Sechelt,  bring life jackets and water shoes; August 18  - Music and imagination, Hackett Park,  dress up and/or have your face painted.  Thanks to sponsors  Without the following sponsors this valuable program would not have heen available  in thc Sechelt area. We need to thank Trail  Bay Mall merchants, Skookum Chrysler,  District of Sechelt, the Lions Club and Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit, the West Howe  Sound Recreation Commission for support  ing the Gibsons Summer Adventures.  The following is a brief summary of  adventures planned for Gibsons.  July 6/8 - wonderful wind at Chaster  Park, make kites that really fly; July 13/15 -  Ocean treasures at Porpoise Bay Park; July  20/22 ��� Sirens and safety at the Gibsons firehall; July 27/29 - Bird watching at the  Sechelt Marsh. August 3/5 - Ride 'em cowboy at the Ellingham Stables; August 10/12 -  Music Festival at Ihe Whispering Firs Park.  AGM reminder  All community members are invited to  the annual general meeting to be held on  Wednesday, June 16 at 5638 Inlet Avenue.  A reception for donors will be held at 5:30  pm with the meeting to follow at 7 pm.  Community Services welcomes all interested people. If you would like more information about Parent Tot Drop-In or any  other programs call 885-5881 or drop into  the office, Monday to Friday, 9 am to 4 pm.  by Maureen Parrott  A ghostly apparition wan-  de'red into the bay Wednesday  morning, fetching up against  Bathgate's float, then drifting  out again with the tide, careless  of the reef nearby. Tops of  wheelhouse windows projecting  from the waler suggested an old  style wooden boat, say about 30  feet long.  This shell navigated the reef  so easily because it had left ils  hull behind. The boat, Rose,  used to belong to Ernie Grinsell,  but for four or five years has  been beached around the corner  in Jeffries Bay. Now her cabin  is taking a last tour of its old  haunts.  Egmont community hall has  a fine new porch. For a few  days Ihe old porch roof stood  spraddle-leggcd over the concrete apron while volunteers  waited for a family of birds lo  leave their nest before tearing  out the old roof.  The new one is good and  wide with lots of room to have a  smoke out of the rain. Come by  any day and lend a hand - it's  your hall.  The new owners of Ruby  Lake Restaurant held a parly  Sunday June 7 to thank nearly  100 people who helped get the  place ready.  Guests raved about the  amazing Italian food served.  We're glad to see the new people are so friendly.  Happy birthday to all June  Egmonsters, including John  West, Shannon and Matthew  Wallace, Wayne, Russell, Kyle,  Doug and Dorothy Silvey,  Diana Pryde, Norma Moore,  Uriah and Ambrose Mees, Dar-  ryl Jeffries, Sasha Hunt, John  Griffith, Ron Fearn, Buddy  Cook and Dana Angus.  A  BIGSTEP  for small business  FEDERAL GOVERNMENT  ANNOUNCES IMPROVED SUPPORT  FOR SMALL BUSINESS.  mall businesses are a vital part of our economy, accounting for 80%  of net job creation in Canada since 1984. To further stimulate  growth in this increasingly important business sector, the Federal  Government has made significant improvements to the Small  Business Loans Act.  ��� Eligible business size increased to $5 million in annual revenues.  ��� Maximum term loan size increased to $250,000 for the purchase or  improvement of land, premises or equipment.  ��� Financing up to 100% of cost of eligible assets.  ��� Refinancing of assets purchased up to 180 days previously.  ��� Limitation on personal guarantees to 25% of loan amount.  ��� All small businesses are eligible except for farming, rental real estate or  purchasing real estate for resale, charitable and religious organizations.  Contact your local bank or other financial institution for full details.  ������I  Minister for Science  and Minister ol Stile  (Small Businesses ind Tourism)  Mimstre des -Scwncts  etM-nistredEtit  (Petttes enireprises tt Tourismt)  CanadS  \  SPARKLE     Cant afford  CARXLEAN     a new car?  \ \ \ ' ' /// / ,       Give your old one a  ���^mtsrm- ' /mm//^brandnewlook\vitha  XutPoHshpluswax"  HwylOIGibfom    WtllliVaC  (BtiideUKLandicaping) $14  886-0355  \rtjfr  We're more than just tires!  HAVE YOU CHECKED  YOUR TIRES LATELY ?  Let US do it for you  Caff 899.2700 tor mn appolntmmnt!  )M Coastal Tiresh  886-2700  Coast News Classifieds  GET RESULTS!  Sunshine Coast "New Directions"  Health Council Committee  Notice of Meeting  Time: 7:00-10:00 p.m.  Date: June 23, 1993  Place: Sechelt Senior Citizens Hall  Purpose: Futher consideration of plan  to implement Minister of Health's  "New Directions" document on the Sunshine  Coast.  Election of Steering Committee Members.  "Please Note: Nominations are being  sought by the Nominating Committee for  positions on a steering committee to  facilitate the "New Directions" process.  The expected life of this committee is  18 months and we estimate the time  involvement to be 25-35 hours a month.  If you wish your name to stand for election  to this volunteer committee please contact:  Linda Curtiss- Pender Harbour 883-2764  Ted Wright   -Sechelt  885-2224  lane Sorko   -Gibsons   886-7225  i,  *  Members & Guest. Welcome  $  SECHELT  5528 Wharf Street'885-2526  Friday & Saturday, June 18 & 19  DOUG FRASE  riidmy only-BBQ Steak  6-8 pm, $7.00 Ind O.S.T.  OMjj SUHDjYS _____ lUNCHtS MOH. ��� HI. 11-3   Pool Tournaments, Thursdays 7 pm   Next General Meeting  Crib  Bingo  M,7ptti  MeatDraw  ErtryS-tittkT/4fm  ROBERTS CREEK  3064 Lower Road ��� 886-9984  Friday & Saturdayjune 18&19  BTRAIOHmOMTHtKITCHiN  |{3|     BBQSteak ��� M4my, ��-��� JMI  Jli   Roast Beef'$mtwrdmy, 6.9 pm  $730 ind. G^.T. 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At present, Jonathan Korol studies with  Andrew Daws at the University of British  Columbia, while Phillip Roy, Adrian Low  and Christopher Epp study with the Senior  VSYO Conductor, Arthur Poison.  These youthful violinists took first place  in Ihe CIBC National Music Festival Competitions in Charlottetown, PEI, in the  Chamber Group Class and will be featured  as soloists when thc orchestra goes on its  European concert tour this summer.Tickets  for the VSYO Concert are available at the  Festival Box Office, 885-9631 or FAX 885-  3967.  Children's art school aims at enhancing creativity  A summer art school  designed to foster children's  creativity and self-confidence  will be helped out this July and  August by specially trained  teenage artists.  Ten local teenagers - including those involved in photography, drama, students who have  exhibited their paintings and  others who have won awards for  their artistic work - recently  took part in a three-day training  \Uima\ ftlM .stcjichcr \.^ti,  *,''": >f-tbe non-prttfil  Seven Level Art Society,  including a practicum at Langdale Elementary. The teens covered topics such as the creative  process, the contemporary art  world, multi-media art and how  to work out problems.  Soon those students will be  helping introduce younger children to the arts through one-  week sessions with thc Sunshine  Art Studio, which will take  place at the Davis Bay-Wilson  Creek hall, starting July 5. ._,..  ��� Williamson, who has be,e*j  involved in art education for the  past 18 years, said with a maximum class size of five, the program will allow for more individual instruction of students.  She said thc program will  offer students high quality materials like acrylic paints and  designer gouache, because  there's no reason children can't  use Ihem and good materials  give the best results: "l believe  strongly in offering children  high quality materials."  The program will also let  children choose what sort of art  they want to create, from among  possibilities like papermaking,  printmaking and collage. Says  Williamson, "I think choices are  important in creativity."  Storytelling and improvisa-  tional drama are also included.  Registration will be held at  the Davis Bay-Wilson Creek  Hall June 27 from 2 pm to 5 pm.  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( [AVION S MRU ACL MARKII 13  leisure  Melanie Berg  and Soulstice  will perforin  In the tne  nine-band  Sunshine  Coast  Soulstice  Music  Festival June  19 in Roberts  Creek.  Joel Johnstone  photo  Vemon rises to  Bernstein challenge  Coast News, June 14, 1993  All Natural  Yogurt  Shakes  & Cones  VARIETY .,...!l.?h FOODS  1  Creek prepares to  celebrate solstice  by Derek McNaughton  They've already tossed gumboots, and now they're about to  dance.  Thc Sunshine Coast Summer Soulstice musical festival should  emblazon Robert s Creek this weekend (even if the sun doesn't), as  about 10 local bands stomp, romp and play, in an all ages, noon 'til  dusk grandiosity of music.  Saturday's festival will feature local artists, Butler in the Hey!,  Endangered Species, Eliya, Face Card, John Marian and his band  Pulling for thc Woods, Local Traffic, the Roberts Creek Blues  Band, Straight from the Kilchen and, finally, Soulstice.  All bands will play on a volunteer basis, said Melanie Berg,  organizer for the event.  Alcohol is forbidden, she said, but there will be food kiosks.  Thc event takes place just off Edmunds Road, near the Roberts  Creek Community Hall. Shaded areas, and a grassy 2.S acre field  will be the host venue, and an area for tents will be set aside, said  Berg. Following sunset, another dance and festival begins at the  RC Hall. See community notice boards for more information and  bring thc smiles.  by Bill Font  In musical theatre, the  orchestra is far less visible than  the on-stage performers, but its  role is crucial to the whole production and particularly with  West Side Story. As conductor  and musical director, Lyn Vernon must establish the music as  the foundation upon which the  production stands.  Noted for her performing  skills and for her successes with  choral teaching and conducting,  Vernon has in recent years  achieved satisfaction and success with her orchestral direction of musicals such as last  year's Anne of Green Gables,  and of orchestral concerts.  It is Leonard Bernstein's  music which has established the  enduring fame of this musical  and the musicians speak of him  with reverence. There is also  great respect for the challenges  of this music which ranges from  the rhythms of jazz, New York  blues, and Central American  mambo, to the romantic  melodies of Maria and Tonight.  on the arts beat  nPFNBDAYSAWEEK  The BIGGEST little Store In Ollaonst  VINYL SIDING  Lyn Vernon  In addition to the accompaniment of song and dance, the  orchestra sets the mood with the  overture, and ties the scenes  with musical tags.  Tickets are available at Sayward Books, Gibsons; Talewind  Books, Sechelt; and Reflections  Hair Studio in Pender Harbour.  Tickets by mail can be arranged  at 885-7712. Performances are  at 7:30 pm July I to 3, and July  6 to 10 and a 2 pm performance  July 4 and 11, at Raven's Cry  Theatre.  lyli Aluminum Window Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  #7-5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 8854571  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  Tt*fcn*lntCo��t.Muilc Society  STORY  "*22V*-***T  ,fc��S!^?5f  coriducsBr: UN MMMN  directs MMVMAIUUN  choreosrapher: KMM ���OOfflMVD  e��.v.^^���Wtafc*  e  d  Kay Bonathan's sculpture show Degrees of Density is only on  display for another week, closing Sunday, June 20, so if you haven't  seen it yet, make note of this.  Bonathan offers us a challenging look at the world through an art  form which is more intractable and therefore less often transcended  than, for instance, painting.  Degrees of Density is a sophisticated body of work in a discipline  that demands a great deal of those who practise it, and Kay Bonathan  has clearly met and mastered it.  Arts Centre hours are 11 am to 4 pm Wednesday to Saturday and  1 to 4 pm Sunday.  SSalaUtOHlMKl  Community  Centres To  *  i  Meet in  llirtv   laalatnal. fcjasMr H*,fi? a  I    llnnlaln'a    i.nnasinu.     ,,,,������,   *-1?<jl.l-fe  ~^g^  ~r ~rr~w .,-  JjV.      .AJllL ���   __i jijaa "���.<������,-���������������������'������*��� ���,��������������<  i offiwi n*M ���*-** **��* **��� c-  IUtoMl*ll��rt��WM OfflMI 1NHM11 1  Vol. 1 ��� No. 40  HALFMOON BAY, B.C.  FrW��y( June 14, 1946      5c Per Copy' t2.M Per Year, by Mail  , UNIQUE Summer Conference  m community centres will be  ��1d at the University of British  Columbia from June 24th to  Bth, it was announced today  rom Ihe President's office.  This is a follow-up of the  uccessful Community Centres  nstitute held at the University  n January which was attended  .y more thtan 120 leaders of  ommuniy activities in the pro-  ince.  Sponsored by the Department  ���f University Extension and  locial work, the conference has  ���eon arranged by the Interim  ���Tovincial Community centres  'ommittee.  Members of this committee  j Mr. J. H. Bavley, Port Al-  ���erni: Mrs. E. B. Clegg, Se-  helt; Mr. W. R, McDougall,  Jorth Vancouver, Mrs. E. C,  ���eters. Victoria: Mr. Charles  Ipencer, Kamloops; Mr. L. H.  ���tephens. Kelowna. Mr. Gordon  iTitson of Vancouver is the con-  enor, and Miss Marjorie V.  mith of the Extension Depart-  lent. secretary.  Program for the five-day  onference includes lectures and  iscussions of community cen-  res leadership, leadership train-  ig, facilities, organization ^and  ..ministration.  Well-known leaders in soci.il-  rork, recreation and other  ommunity affairs will take part  1 the conference as guest speakers and discussion groun chair-  lans. These include: Mr. Em-  =t Lee. Provincial Director of  ���hysical Education and Recre-  tion; Miss Donalda McRae. sec,  ���.roup Work Division, Qrcatcr  ancouver Welfare Council;  lean Curtis, of thc Faculty ol  aw at UBC; Dr. Henrietta  .nderson, Provincial Nprmal  rhool, and many others.  ���ing the out-of-town rep-  tives who will take ilead  -issions ire Mr.fDon-  >��� ih�� *��rlnc4 '"  Disney Brothers  Arrive in New  Fish Boat  Frank Disney, in his new fishboat, the Sailor Lod, in company with his brother Cyril in  the Frawer Lad. arrived at Egmont last Saturday on their way  north to the liaising pounds at  Rivers Inlet. They will stay for  a lew days with their sister and  her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Fred  McNult.  The Sailor Lad is a new boat,  the result ol lour and a half  months' work by the two brothers, and it would do credit to  any pair of professionals. This  little ship is 34 feet in lentth,  with an overall beam of about  ten teet; she is powered b yi lt-  horsepower. twin-cylinder Vivien gas engine. She ia designed  to give the maximum comfort  inside and can be used for gill-  netting, long-lining or trolling,  and could do a fair Job ol pack,  ing if occasion demanded that  Altogether this boat Is a good  example ol the trend In fishboat  design towarda more salety by  greater size, more comfort, and  the inevitable result���better  fishing.  ChlMrtn HoM  Annual Picnic at  Halfmoon Bay  HALFMOON BAY-The children ol Hallmoon Bay school  held their annual picnic Monday at Redroofs, and have Mr.  Cooper and Mr. and Mrs. Jackson of the Redroofs Trading Co.  to thank for their kindness in  helping to make the picnic a  success.  Some of the older children,  such as those who haven't seen  the inside of a school tor the  last forty years, enjoyed themselves, too.  Urge Letters  Be Directed  SECOND BIRTHDAY  OMU\;\Jl-*--   _______*____-  Credit Union Building  Now Ready (or Use  Properly  BRIDGE PARTY  AIDS CHOIR  Mr. and Mrs Robert Telford  and Mrs. G. Finlayson sponsored  a large bridge party in aid af  St. Bart's Choir funds. WinBert  for the evening were Mrs. Dixon, Min J. Drummond, and the  consolation prizes were awarded to Mrs. M. E. Grlffis and Mr.  W Haley. Mr. Haley moved a  hearty vote " thanks tn the  hr.* hi i ��� for ' "���-  AN EVER increasing volume of  mail is being received by  D.V.A. offlcei in Vancouver and  Victoria and department officials  request that letters be marked  for the attention of the section  concerned to facilitate action.  Vancouver Rehabilitation center receives an average of 300  pieces of mall per day, In addition to regular application forms,  etc.  In future, those writing to  D.V.A. are asked to indicate in  the upper right hand corner  whether the letter has reference  to the medical, dental, peitfiQ?'.  training, welfare or re-establishment credit divisions.  The Ladies Auxiliary sponsored a cotton dance, Saturday  June I. Although the weather  rathT discouraged the 'cotton*.  T as a .food tiuhout and  emed to have a good  ���n tnt back to thc  ���r successful af  SQUAMISH credit union buijd-  ing Is now ready for occupancy. It is not finished but the  June Director's Meeting waa  held there on June 6th. When  directors and Officers also celebrated the 2nd birthday of our  Credit Union. Two year ago on  June 5th our Credit Union obtained il's charter. This wis  commemorated with a cake and  two candles, and coffee served  by our lady officers. Afer two  year we can at least boast that  we have our own roof over our  head.  FINANCIAL STATEMENT  At the end of May a summary  of our financial position shows  the following.  Share capital subscribed and  paid up. $8,790- 75; share capital  withdrawn (since inceptin), $76-  1 00, total loans made to members, $15,525.00, cash on h.W*i  and in the bank, $1,030.00, victory bonds, $500.00, building  fund, $65.75.  Number of loans made to  members, 63; total membership,  107.  The secretary says: "You find  it very hard to save money these  days, don't you? If you dont  you are an exception. We find  it hard to out much by for a  rainy day. But here is where th  Credit Unionist has it over the  other  fellow.  Here   is  a  plan  which at  first sounds a  little  silly, but which works fine and  gives'you  the  opportunity  to  save. Let us illustrate it with  the   following   example:    Vou  come to your Cre-i-* *  borrow $100.or *  of .saving ��*  share a'  r*   fl'"*  $100 on your Share account an!  $100 in your loan account You  agree to pay us back the principal in 10 monthly installments  of $10 each, plus Interest. Now  then, at the end of 10 months  your  loan  is repaid, and you  have  paid the Credit Union a  total of $5.50 in interest. However, your $100 saving has al*)  been working for you from the  day we entered it on your share  account. Let us say that we pay  you 3 percent on share as we  did   last  year.  In  ten  months  therefore your share account has  earned $2.50. Beside, last year  we paid all borrows, a borrowers  refund of 6 percent on interest  paid, let us say that this year  that refund will not be less than  10 percent���10 percent of $5.50  is 55 cents. Add that to the interest on your share account and  you get a total of $3.05 which  your transaction has earned you.  O.K., take the $3.05 from the  $5.05 which you paid in interest  on your loan, and you find the  net   cost   of   borrowing   your  $100 and saving it in your share  account is only $2.43.  "However, that is not the  whole story. The minute you  have $100 on your share account  you actually enjoy $200 worth  of Life Insurance. Isn't that  worth something? That is not  the whole story either, for you  will find that as long as you  leave the 100 bucks which you  saved in your share account you  continue to enjoy that same Life  Insurance at no further cost to  r\t Tf this shouldn't be plain  ��� ge* ". 'd of one  Life is a tricky equation  The "trick" is to find the constant  The Coast News has been a constant on the Sunshine Coast for over 46 years. Over those years we've  watched the world change around us while we've remained steady as a rock, providing a safe, reliable  institution for your advertising dollar.  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Crowe  Birrattcf ��� SoHdtor  Notary PuMte  Pender Harbour Legal Service.  lt~ttmm\n\?^eVL,lmmm.rtl-  883-9875  . 14  Coast News, lune 14, 1993  education  Tetrahedron Plateau to feature   [P*  in BCTV pilot teen program  a        O-...-*....   ---mint, a-tt-t'nre   _  deClSlOII  0  by Kyla McDonald  Beauty, serenity, and a complete detachment from fast-pace  city life are jusl a few of the  spectacular characteristics of the  Sunshine Coast's Tetrahedron  Plateau, caught on film by a  crew of local students collecting  foolage for a BCTV pilot program.  Last weekend EARTHE  (Environmenlal Alliance  Required to Help Earth), a  Coast based youth organization,  took a three-day trek up Ihis  marvelous mountain.  The Tetrahedron, the Coast's  last true wilderness area, is most  easily accessed from Tuwanek  pasl Sechell. Several logging  roads must be overcome, but the  end result is nature at its best.  Five members of EARTHE  started out Saturday morning  with two purposes: a visit to the  lasl three per cent of the Tetrahedron to leam more about the  area - from which the Coast gets  the majority of its drinking  water, and filming for the pilot  program.  The camera operators were  Elphinstone students, Ryan  Lacovetsky and Daniel Hawkes.  "It's completely beautiful,"  said Hawkes. "The taping was a  challenge, but it was worth it."  "Hopefully if this news show  makes it (on air) then more  awareness will be raised about  the Tetrahedron," said  EARTHE member Krista Hill.  "If not, it was a great experience  for all of us."  The pilot will be viewed by  BCTV and other networks  before a decision on whether it  will become an ongoing show in  the fall.  This show will be oriented  towards kids between the ages  of 10 and 16.  The issues will be dealt with  from a teen perspective with  involvement from various  young people.  "I think the news show is a  good idea," says Hill. "There  are lots of other issues that  affect kids and really need to be  dealt with."  For now, EARTHE will continue to focus on the Tetrahedron and other local disasters.  "Beauty doesn't come cheap,  with the Tetrahedron the last  ihree per cent doesn't seem to  me to be too much to save,"  said Hill after returning.  Elphinstone students trekked Into the Tetrahedron for three days last  the area and participate in a BCTV fllm special.  AFTER 20 YEARS IN BUSINESS,  KERNS HOME FURNISHINGS IS GONE...  TO MAKE ROOM FOR THE  RAND RE-OPENING  F THEjrUaL ���'"  FEATURING OUR ALL NEW AUDIO/VIDEO DEPARTMENT &  THE RENOVATED AND EXPANDED  FURNITURE AND APPUANCE DEPARTMENTS!  SALE BEGINS FRIDAY. JUNE 18  6 PM TIL MIDNIGHT!  ~Zl  am mm    _BI_aa.  YOU CAN WIN  SOME OF THE  ALL NEW  K-BUCKS  ulrJ..\ ��pi aim DEALER Iglkp  To allow us to prepare  for this major event,  we'll be closed from  9:30am 'til 6pm on  Friday, June 18  only.  ^s^sfsx KERN'S PLaZA hwy. 101 & school rd.,  #C3\L 886-8886  Storing tht SumMm Cottt ttrm 1973.  MONDAY* THURSDAY      FRIDAYS    ft SATURDAY 9.30AM-  ^WE" In Stow flMndna, MUM OAC,  weekend to leant more about  Kyla MclXinald pholo  Sechelt  students  returnfrom  'Odyssey*  by Darah Hansen  They're back and they're better than ever.  Seven West Sechelt Elementary students have returned this  week from an international  Odyssey of the Mind competition held in Washington, D.C.  And though the team failed  to capture the top placing, victory is still on the lips of all those  involved.  "The kids learned an awful  lot and that's what it's all  about," said school principal  Terry Corcoran.  He said already the students  are talking about going back and  competing again next year.  The team's coach and pare.*!  of one of tbe participants, Sandy  Campbell,' said it'was a "real  eye-opener to go into the big  leagues."  While in the city, the team  competed with 7,000 other students from around the world.  The West Sechelt team,  made up of seven grades 6-7  students, won the opportunity to  participate in the international  finals after placing first over  102 teams in the provincial  championships held in April,  It is the first Coast team to  enter the world finals. But if the  teachers, students and coaches'  involved this year have their'  way, it won't be the last.  aM ���a ���a ���  _mmmM_m_w_tM_M_tM  oegnes awanieo  ,,,,******,m***1*****11******1************************^  Students from around the  Coast have received honours at1  universities and colleges as  1993 Convocation Ceremonies  take place. i  Nine noted Canadians were'  awarded honorary degrees dur-1  ing UVic's ceremonies May 27'  to 29. A record 2,260 students'  received degrees, diplomas and1  certificates.  The following students from*  Gibsons were among those who*  received degrees, diplomas and'  certificates conferred during the'  convocation ceremonies: Bach-'  elor of Arts, Merrily Corder?  Bachelor of Education, Claire  Bujan and Doris Schroth; and  Bachelor of Science in Nursing.n  Frances Bakewell. ��  The University of British!-  Columbia graduated four Gib-m  sons residents with Bachelor!)  degrees:  Bachelor of Arls  (Mathematics), Trevor Epp;.  Bachelor    of    Commerce  (Accounting), Kathleen Averill  and Karen Beyser; Bachelor of  Science (Biology), Jennifer Ear-  waker. Garden Bay resident  Tim Wispinski also collected a.  Bachelor of Science (Biology).  Sechelt's Stuart Frizzell  graduated from BCIT's venture  program sharing first and second prize for top business idea  and receiving $2,500. I  Two students from Gibsons  graduated from courses at  Kwantlen College at ceremonies held May 27. Tracey  Forrest and Jason Hubbel col-1 I  lected diplomas and Forrest was' I  honoured with the college's  Governor General's Award-1  scholarship.  S3 Coast News, June 14, 1993  15  education  Superintendent Clifford  Smith announced Karen Steffensen and Beverly Terry have  been appointed to administrative positions in the school district, effective Aug. 1,1993.  Smith named Steffensen, a  former district vice-principal  since 1990 and grades K  through 12 teacher, to the position of principal of Sechelt Elementary.  She has been acting-principal  at the school for the past several  months after former principal  David Short stepped down due  to health reasons.  Terry will take over as vice-  principal of Chatelech Secondary.  Her background is as a language arts teacher at both the  elementary and secondary levels. She is currently an administrative assistant at Maple Ridge  Secondary school.  Smith said over 80 applicants  were received for the provincially advertised position.  Chatelech accreditation  Evaluation of Chatelech Secondary school has been completed. Immediate accreditation  has been recommended.  Endowment fund  Trustees announced the  establishment of the David  Lloyd Endowment Fund by  long-time Garden Bay resident  Al Uoyd in the name of his son  at BCIT which will provide bursaries for students of the Sunshine Coast hoping to pursue  studies in the technical and  trades areas.  An initial bursary is available  this year, applications have been  forwarded to the secondary  schools. In future years it is  expected that this fund will provide for a number of entry and  ongoing awards.  'U2 Can Learn'  students play a  conflict  resolution  board game.  Tom Piros photo  Students help students to creatively solve self-esteem problems  U2 Can Uarn is a self-esteem program  sponsored by School District 46. The U2  team uses a 'holistic' approach in dealing  with school issues such as effective commu  nication, empathy, anger management and  conflict resolutions. Recently at West  Sechelt elementary a grade S group from Mr.  Brown's class developed two conflict reso  lution board games. The boys worked on the  project for three months. The goal of the  games is to go from home to school and deal  with potential dilemmas and conflicts.  By Kyla McDonald  Although the end of the year  is drawing near, Elphie is still  as busy and bustling as ever.  From car races in the gym to  award-winning clubs, the year  is ending with a bang.  Beaming with pride  Franceses Ryan is one  Elphie student who should be  beaming with pride as she has  recently been awarded an  11,000 president entrance  award to SFU. She plans to  study science there in the fall.  Best of luck to her.  Traffic safety  Traffic safety is an ongoing  concern, heightened this time of  year because of pre-summer  partying. Elphinstone traffic  safety club has recently been  awarded a gold award from  ICBC for its efforts in keeping  dangerous drivers off the road.  The club would like to remind  all those drinking to stay off the  roads, let's all make it through  the summer alive.  Elphie arts  ��� On a happier note, the  Elphie arts department is  putting on a display in the cafeteria. Anyone interested in seeing quality pictures, paintings,  drawings, sculptures and other  creative masterpieces please  come by the school, all are welcome.  ���edging it  The Edge are words that  have new meaning for several  grade 9 students who went rock  climbing at The Edge rock  climbing school in North Vancouver. It's nice to see you ail  back safe.  Mechanics  Speaking of fast action, Mr.  j Denely's mechanics class had  I the gym as their personal race  [course when students took their  ICO race cars for a test drive in  (the gym Tuesday.  Grad T-shirts  All grads interested in the  I T-shirts they're here and  ey're beautiful. Anyone inter-  I should see Robin Helhey  nmediatelyl Also grads, don't  orget your ceremony June 28,  ope to see you all there.  For any students not gradu-  ting this year and planning on  (king correspondence or summer school, see Bill Forst or  slie Betends as soon as pos-  , Deadline is July 4, don't  {clay reserve your spot today.  Reminder  | For one and all, final  ninder don't forget to come  i the enthralling awards night  sday, June IS 7 pm. Come  I support fellow students in  i event.  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V0N1V0  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE        Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Mon.-in. b-6 Salt. 8-6 Sui-  10-}/  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  r Thank You 1  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  .    The Coast News    j  D 8c P CONCRETE  PLACING & FINISHING  Residenlial and Commercial  ACI Certified  Denis Turenne      Paul Desautels  H86-0340 885-5492  Fastrac backhoe*  TRUCKING SERVICE  > SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ���EXCAVATIONS ������..,,   ...  ���WATER LINES CAT 411  4X4  ��� clearing       STEVE JONES   886-8269  /.��1MWaM.aaa*M.��a��aMMMWWMWWal.��a��a��a����a��a*aM*l��^  S. MADILL CONTRACTINO  All typsn at oonatti work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate finishing.  HMuaaMMMT  a,      Ifll���HI^  Seaway Construction   ^  Excavating ��� 416 Caterpillar. Backhoe  New Home Construction. Garages  Additions ��� Septic Systems, elc.  ASHWARD CONTRACTING  Residential Construction to Lock-Up  ��� FOUNDATION ��� FRAMING ���  ��� PLAN DESIGN ��� DRAFTING  HOWARD ASHMORE ��� 885-6443  A Complete  Asphalt Service  FREE ESTIMATES  SUN-COAST PAVING LTD.  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  Telephone  885-2726  rise CsstiafjaBa rooang ptmrn-r-vt,  Commercial/Residential  Fully Guaranteed  Re-Roof & Repair  Specialists  vs  886-0920  FORM RENTALS  2FT-4FT-6FT-8FT  Quick Strip Forms  PENINSULA FORM RENTALS  ��� Phone .385-0308     Fax 885-2774 .  ROOFING  Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886*2087 eves Jt��g_\  A * T ENTERPRISES: CenatrueUen *ar��leea  Sawing The Coast Since 1985  . CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  m-MM  T. W0Nl>, BOX 713. QIBSONS. B.C. VON IVO  HEATING  Now on Ihe Sunshine Coast!  rDELLTECKDUSTBUSTERS.  Ventilation nnd Furnace Cleaning Fire Boxes, Air Duds  885-7670     Residential & Commercial  Cell. 880-7655 ���*<-���< DeLong  DENNIS MULLIGAN  Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  24 Hr. A Emergency Service  &s:886-8572 .���Hon��:885-7085fax:8Q-��382  SECHELT FIRE PLACE ,  & GAS CENTRE  ��� G.is ��� Wood ��� Cooksloves ��� Zero Clearanc  All Venting Systems * Complete Sales & Installalio  ��� Qualified Dealer ��� Certified Technician's ���  sinnviiooM ,v uvwtf /iocs/  />/��{/ Whu.fltil  ssr>-7l7l  THOMAS  ,  nnm_&^nBUcm  Furnaces, Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  Call NOW 886-7111  Showroom: ill Payne Rd. Cibsons        j  Swanson's  I��� Dispatch ���.j��� Accounts. ���,,���     FAX     ���j  |    885-9666    11    885-5333    11    883-2226   |  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box 172, 3417 Burnel Rd., Snrhell, B.C.VON 3A0  raa  j       .      ���.  OB DEBIQIM & CONSTRUCTION  Quality Building & CuBCom Miltwork  Residential - Commercial  ORAIMIOflllN   TEL: SB5-*.a57PtotD*9rce Creek  PAGER: 1979Qa**i��� a (TQlL F-F1EE)  DESIGM  f\=T~=.  GRAEMARCONSTRUCTION  General Confrocton   I-OUNMTIONS" FRAMING  l��<>VATIONS*ADaTK>IS  FINISHING �� VWYl/WO(��laNG  laranrt  tirizs.0  (Maimi tnWaUssT tas-oeoe  ?>  EMERALD DESIGNS  HESeCNtlAL D���SIGN & CONIRACnNG  COMMERCIAL INTEROII DESIGN  886-3969  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  STK EXCAVATING "5$  & ROAD BUILDING  a Land Charing ��� Driveways  a Drainoge ��� landscaping  a Retaining Wall.  ��� Sand A Gravels  ��� Septic Systems a fit.  "Quality &  Punctuality"  '886-9020     __  Trucking Bob Ourney   Excavating  kziAiuTH Exciting  ��� Land Clearing & Development  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  Wt otter etull lineal  Servlcee with our  HITACHI EXCAVATOR  Our Customer Service Is  prompt with prolessional  work at competitive rates  *y Ken Birkin��885-7487��Cell. 671*6411 J  PROPANE INC.  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  885-2360  Hwy 101. across Si.  liom Big Mac's. Sechell  [��  HOME IMPROVEMENTS      I  DRYWALL SERVICE^  BOARDING, TAPING, TEXTURING  No Job Too Small  _ FREE ESTIMATES CALL MIKE 886-0040  [j  CONTOUR  J    DESIGN  ���-a*7 Quality Supply & Installation   "*'  r     Ceramic Tile, Carpet & Blinds  .SHOWROOM851 HWY. 101.GIBSONS' BC. ��� PH<fAX:896-3191  r Rciww Interior Decorating^  Complete interior Design  Fm Estimates on  Painting A i  r  MJJ. Vinyl Siding  Soffits, FASIA, Shuttera    CEDAR SIDING  1  l-'red Cocker  l^Phonc 885 6IK.5  PO Box 1596  Sethi*, B.C  VUN 3A0y  ^sf  Free Estimates  886-7571  Thomas Electrical Contracting  Reg. Electrician  No. 17933  ^ Thank You        ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  _    The Coast News    ,  S1B-1 C4 R 11*4  Jay Thomas Gibson,, von ivo  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial  Industrial  JOE McCANN Ftog. 10131  CalaWNM  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing a Davtlopmtnt  Cam Mackenzie  The Renaissance Renovator  >     ��� minor repairs  ��� maintenance  imaginative renovations  l*Tyears in residential construction  QUALITY WORK  ERIC JAMES; 885-6096  tTM tltllHQtUt  j Coast News, June 14, 1993  17  by Myrna Short  Gibsons and district Public  Library has recently received  some vety special donations.  The Nobel Prize Library ���  20 volumes of prize-winning  international writing from  authors as diverse as Miguel  Asturias, Francois Mauriac and  Sigrid Undset ��� has been given  by Robert Maxwell in memory  of Ralph Roth.  Included in these books is  each author's acceptance speech  on receiving the Nobel Prize for  Literature.  Dawn Giltrow, a volunteer at  the library for many years, has  been honoured by her friends in  the Off The Wall Quillers by a  donation to the library of beautifully illustrated books on folk  art quilts and Australian quilts.  From the bequest of Mar-  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  MARINE SERVICES  HOME IMPROVEMENTS    s*i_yxr  VINYL & CEDAR SIDING     ti-S-ZL, &,�����  i aas-avsi   Imm. aas-3��i a  hip Shape Props  BOAT PMPtlin REPAIRS * SBMCE  "SHPtHAre SERVICE"  Casi.ll Belly, Proprtttor R.R.I, Maaon Road  PH:aaS-S27��(Bue.) Sac halt, B.C.  ���H-aaKXRae.) VON MO  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  . KITCHENS �� BATHROOMS ���  886-9411  Cellular  250-3376  ^ Thank You  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  L    The Coast News    _  PRECISE PAINTING & PLASTER  ��� Compiele Custom Painling  ��� Texture  ��� All Phases of Drywall  ��� lourncyman Workmanship  Neale Free  886-9928 Estimates  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  '  The Coast News    j  UmSuccaneer  ,la4AR|NA IV RESORT LTD  Located in Secret Cove 815-7688  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K & C Thiritioglns _^_ \F*Oi.  Cobra Boiti now  -~*    <w�� v^*-  In-Stock  rain?i  lOUTBOARDS  im-  For the finishing touch  Eric's Drywall  giwusacatt  885-6032  INSOLATION  Thank You "  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  The Coast News    j  MECHANICAL SERVICES  LANDSCAPING  H_  ENTERPRISES  Whistler's Landscaping  Fencing ��� Turt ��� Drainage  Retaining Walls (Rock)  Residenlial and Commercial  Fa*M Estimates: Pat 885-2870  S & G TREE SERVICE  i  Topping * Trimming 'Pruning * Bruih Chhppar  DangarTraaRamoval  Bondad and Insured ��� 20 Yaara Enparlanca  885-3897  MOBILE WELDING AND FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS   STEEL . STAINLESS -ALUMINUM   SERVING THE FOREST, Ha\WC AND CONSTRUCTION WOUtTRIES  ON THE tUNSHNE COAST  HOWARD LANG            qoc-J011             oao5s��, I  ,;na��iLHD  ibso^ B80*3ata5l SSS-OOty  f Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  The Coast News    >  MISCELLANEOUS services  MARINE SERVICES  COLES MARINE  Diosol Repair Ltd.  45 Ton Marine Woyi  a Machine Shop a Pressure Washing  a Bottom Painting * Tune Up  a Overhauls * Service Repair  a Work / Sail / Power  Owner Participation Welcome  ���M-M7B 24 HR.  M6-772M  <S*  VAIUYOIOVI POOLS UPAS  NEWPOaS   aUNERREPlACEMENT  ���AILACCESSORIES 4 POOL REBUILDING  ��� FULIUNEOFSPAS SPECIALISTS  Call Bill 883-6477  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  r      ��l>JBaWt����OWIOl��a1 i '       _     \9*  . Molel �� Campsites  ��� Marine Repaiis  7coWa  . Salt Valor Ifcesites .  . Water Tad  ��� Ice & Tackle  883-2266  t Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  The Coast News    a  gatet F. I-orenz, the library has  received Windows for the  Crown Prince by Elizabeth Gray  Vining, an American Quaker  who was tutor for four years to  Akihito, now Emperor of Japan  and the only foreigner invited to  his wedding.  The library is very grateful to  these people for providing such  a legacy of pleasure and information to this community.  5 YEARS AGO  The 'BCGEU fears privatization scam' - Coast News  headline states as employees of  the provincial government are  saying that the government is  waging a war of intimidation  and coercion against them.  Local kennel owner Gordon  Pollock says pit bull terriers  may become a problem on the  Sunshine Coast. While admitting that the dogs "can be managed if raised with a firm  hand," Pollock said the breed's  innate aggressive tendencies  make it a potentially dangerous  pet.  10 YEARS AGO  A petition signed by over 70  parents from Madeira Park  school was delivered to School  District 46 superintendent John  Denley asking him not to transfer principal Ken Wohlberg.  15YEiVRSAGO  Almost 100 residents and  businessmen attended a special  meeting in the United Church  hall in Gibsons Thursday,  where near unanimous consent  was achieved in favour of  establishing a pub in the lower  village.  The marine and neighbourhood pub proposal is possible  after introduction, by the provincial government in April of a  Class F Marine Pub Licence,  largely to serve boating traffic  in suitable coastal locations.  V" 25 YEARS AGO  From a Coast News editorial: On Wednesday, June 5,  1968, Robert F. Kennedy, US  Senator from the State of New  York, won the California Primary for candidacy of President. Minutes after announcing  his victory he was shot down by  an assassin and died some hours  thereafter.  On occasions such as this, all  that we can do is grieve with  our brothers, look into our own  hearts, discard our arrogance  and then, with humility say,  "Thy will be done." - Jules A  Mainil.  35 YEARS AGO  The auditorium was smartly  decorated with 'smooth sailing',  the theme outlined on the stage  backdrop, carried through to the  back of the hall by blue and  white streamers, held by wires  and fitted to represent wave  motion on the sea, as 20 students went through this year's  Elphinstone graduation ceremony.  45 YEARS AGO  An insidious and shameful  plan, steeped in strong-arm tactics and political subterfuge,  and designed to drive Ihe small  logging operators of this area  oui of business, has been laid  bare by recent developments  surrounding the government's  consideration of granting a forest management license to an  outside company desirous of  acquiring sole rights to a large  tract of mature timberland just  north of Powell River.  SPCA NEWSi'Red', a Chesapeake Bay/RotweiUer male nearly  two years old Is walling for a good home at the SPCA, now  located up Henry Road. Call 885-4771 for hours.  (,  MON TIME HT. FT.  TUES TIME HT.FT.  0110  14   0850  MO   1600  2005  13.8  5.6  11.7  10.6  FRI TIME HT. FT.  0330  18 1115  FR   1900  2355  13.3  2.1  14.4  11.4  0140  0925  1700  2115  13.6  4.6  12.6  11.1  SAT TIME HT. FT.  0315 13.3  19 1150 1.5  SA   1935    14.8  WED TIME HT. FT.  rHUf'S.TIME HT. FT  0215 13.6  16    1000 3.7  WE    1745 13.4  2215 11.4  SUN -'US. HT FT .  0035 11.2  20   0500 13.3  SU   1230 1.2  2005 15.0  0250 13.4  17 1035 2.8  TH 1825 14.C  2310 11  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson    *\*��Z_\?-_?-\-?*  Pacific Standard Tlma *  md 1 mln. tor Mehttof fail.  Tide Tables Courtesy of  i  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday  June 15,1993  7:00pm  Sunshine Coast Race Relations Workshop #2  The May 18th workshop isolated several key topics  relating to the issue of racism in ihe community. These topics  will be discussed by the groups in this workshop  hopefully resulting in directions for the fight against racism  in our community.  Wednesday  June 16,1993  7:00pm  Talk to Your Local Government  Join your local elected representatives for a lively hour of community television.  8:00pm  Healthy Communities  Healthy Eating is in Store for You  Dania Matiation takes you on a healthy shopping trip.  8:30pm  Creative Cooking  "All About Pizza"  Thursday  June 17,1993  7:00pm  Creative Cooking  "Light Dinner for Two"  7:30pm  Gibsons Ambassador Fashion Show  Contestants for Gibsons Ambassador display a selection  of locally available fashions.  '  i  t i  Sponsored b\ SOI  I OKI)  CLIP & SAVE  10 bc ferries Schedule  MNCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  Leave Langdale Leave Horseshoe Bay  6:20 am 4:30 pm  8:30 6:30  10:30 8:20 M  12:25 pmM 10:10'  *).*VI H ��� otoottl  ���*���***' Mnariekliii  7:30 am  9:30 M  11:30  1:15 pm  3:30  5:30 pmM  7:25 M  9:15  11:00-  JEFIVIS INLET  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Leave Earls Cove Leave Saltery Bay  6:40 am  8:20  10:30  12:25 pmM  4:30 pm  6:30  8:30  10:20 M  5:45 am  7:35  9:30 M  11:30  3:30 pm  5:30 M  7:30  9:20  Hola^tontaaayaoiity  M-daaMM  tUwrtcHu. tMnEad'tCewliMpiti.lMwStm  ��; 1:10 am,  COAS^EWS  COAST NEWS  WF.EKF.NDER1  !  .      ���       "       I       ���       . 18  Coast News, June 14, 1993  Take Advantage of our Nezv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Waal Saehelt 1/2 acre lot near  scttool. Lot 12 Norwest Bay Rd,  good park, a* poMM subcKvide.  W.900. Pit 886-2925     t*25cn  Richmond 1 bdrm apt., recently  decorated, central location. All  4886-7383.       ��24cn  Executive style custom view home.  2,600 ��� sq It. 3 levels, 2 bdrms,  plus master suile, 2 kitchens, 2-1/2  balhs. vaulted ceilings, 2x8 walls,  cedar exterior / decks. Exceptional  yard, much more, finest neighbourhood. 4990 Panorama Dr., Garden  Say. 883-2687 eves. ���  Private 13+ acres, exceptional  location. Harbour, lake and island  views, roads throughout near Gar-  dan Bay Lake. Subdivision potential, borders crown and parkland,  $260,000,863-2667. ss  1194 aq. tl. nonies Irom loundation  up, $56 tq. It. 886-7309.    I24w  1    Homes &  Property  Lot I Mounlainview Drive, partial  view lot, level and cleared In a  quiel cul-de-sac with all underground seivices. Private panhandle access. Ready lo build your  dream home. $79,000. Call 886-  3812 or 328-5534. ss  View Lot cul-de-sac, Hiilcrest Rd.,  Gibsons. Development permit and  underground services in place.  298-5215. I24w  Two-Family Home at Two View  Loll in downlown Gibsons,  $289,500,866-3281.        ��5w  Roberta Creek Beit buy around  etui available. 4.5 acres ol beautilul Ireed secluded property with  seasonal creek. Asking $119,000  ot 4.7 acres ol rolling hills and  broom. Backs on torested crown  land, cteek, ocean view, lots ot privacy, asking $110,000. Call 886-  2352. ��4w  NATIONAL  m*k��  NRS CIBSONS REALTY LTD.  MORTGAGE UPDATE  JWE11/M  6 mo  tvrj 2yr.  3yr  4vrJ 5yr.  1st  7.7S  7J��   7.425  I.2S  I.7S  ll.M  2nd  %M  7.71 |l.12S  1.71  Ml | 1.4*  Major Bank Prima Rata a.0%  For a complimentary market  ���valuation of "your propaarty*  Call  Jerry Ridgewell  Your Resident Realtor  886-2277  7 Love To Sell Real Estate'  DBOPOFFYOUR  Coast News  Monday Edition  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  ACBUILDINCaSUPPUES  Francis Peninsula Place H83W1  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre R8.V2888  In Halfmoon Bay  B4 J STORE 88*,-8i*a5  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK (iENEllAL STORE 88VJ400  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885*3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dodcsldc Pharmacy)  886-2622  w  **'   'X,  '"��<**S  W  r_Jf  1  x  zJk  i  i  w***aaaMa*aaaaa.aa>sj|  i  Dave Orr and his great staff will help you place  your clawlfledR at AC Building Suppliers, nne of  our Friendly People Places in Pender Harbour.  For Sale By Builder Cape Cod  styissj. entry level living area, fireplace, 3 bdrm., 21/2 baths, nice  quiet street. Close lo all amenities.  Still time to choose colours. Ready  for occupancy July 1. Asking  $179,900. Call 886-2352.   ��24w  One yr. old 3 bdrm. home with  over 1400 sq. It. ol living. This  immaculate rancher features: dining room, oak kitchen with eating  area, sunken living room, 2 lull  baths, dbl. garage and a sale,  lenced yard. Woodcreek Park.  $164,900 NO GST. 886-3374 alt.  5pm. ��24w  Lot wanted, suitable lor building.  Sechelt to Hallmoon Bay area.  Reasonably priced. Cash buyer.  865-4557. S26w  3.300 sq tt plus double garage,  2x6 constr. 3 yrs old, 5 bdrms, 3  belhs, 3 t/p's, partial view. Gibsons. $279,000.885-7749. "26*  Four bdrm home plus 1 bdrm suite.  West Sechelt, excellent investment, $145,000.885-5764.     ss  LAST LOT LEFT  Prestigious Oceanmount, 1/2 acre,  backs on goll course. Asking  $105,000. Call Craig or Heather.  886-2352. I25w  Costa Rica plantation/ranch at  Cabo Blanco National Reserve  deeded one hectare view lot,  amidst tropical jungle, orchards  and pastures with horse stables  and nding to the white sand beaches. Security oriented. Owner 683-  2450. I26w  REALTY Lro.  11  GARY WHITE  886-8107.1-351-4390  Eastern Canadian couple (Srs.)  available lor house-sitting; winter  ol 93/94. Rels. available. Reply:  Pal - John Davis. SSI, Sile 6,  C44, Penetanguishene. Ont. 10K  1P0.705-526-2435. ��26cn  CAVALCADE DECORATIONS  Sea Cavalcade decorating supplies al Maiy's Variety, 273 Gower  PI. Rd., Gibsons. 886-8077.126w  752 Havy. 101.80x588 lot. 3 bdrm  older house. $166.000.686-9049  SCRIMSHAW: Passed away June  4, 1993, Ethel Anne Scrimshaw,  late ol Gibsons. Predeceased by  her husband Lloyd in Dec. 1984.  Survived by one son Brian and his  wile Cathy ol North Vancouver: a  cousin Clara and husband Frank  Johnson, ol Victoria; relatives in  England, and many good Iriends.  Funeral service Thurs. June 10 at  1:00 pm in the chapel oLDevlin  Funeral Home, Gibsons, Rev. Bert  Ramsey officiating. Cremation to  lollow. Remembrance donations  may be made to St. Mary's Hospi-  tai, Sechell, B.C. ��24cn  I  Gifts  Galore  New Stock  Announcement  Sunahlne Coaat Transition  Houaa. A sale place tor women  and children in crisis. Free confidential 24 hour service. 885-2944  TFN  FORST POTTERY  Open 11-4, Wed.-Sat, 1040  Chamberlin Rd., Gibsons.  *25w  4 WSumet  1  ��, Counhy Cottage Crafts^  ���* in ttieterol Madeira Park. ���  X Handcrafted Items. A  J Conskjnments welcome. I  - Cal Sheila 883-1123 H  _ Open Tues.-Sal. ���  J 11-4p.m. ��  ���&l^��mV*m!*B"r.m\  Silver bracelet with round amber  stone la bat motil on either side.  Sentimental value. Reward. 886-  3466 or 885-2641. ��24cn  Orange billfold w/drivers licence,  credit cards, medical cards, etc.  685-3643. 424w  Small sculptured metal biplane  taken Irom the eaves of my condo.  Veiy sentimental value. Pis. return.  886-2101. <26w  HULLABALOO  Kun To (io  wlth:artworkshop.goody  bags. faa'palntlngS fun.  Call 885-6203  lo book yours!  Mugs and cards lor Father's Day  and Graduates at Mary's Variety.  273 Gower Pt. Rd., Gibsons. 886-  8077. ��25cn  TWO FURNITURE  Stephen Carrol will be displaying  his cralt every Sat. behind the  Shadow Baux Gallery, Cowrie St.,  Sechelt. Weather permBng.��33cn   r���        .  ..._  CLASSIFICATIONS  Annawncajments  T  iasr  1t  S3  /T^  Barter!. Trade  Bad and Breakfast  Births  It  30  9  (GREAT  Business and Horn*  Sarvieas  38  \iPEAi  Buainaaa Opportunities M  Campers  ChMCara  26  37  Commarcial for Rent  sa  Entertainment  33  **e*aj*a***t  For Rant  31  *************  For Sale  31  Obituaries ���  Found  11  3  Free  13  Paraonal  ���  Furniture  30  Pets la Livestock  ia  Garage Sales  17  Recreation  ���  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  sa  34  Storage  Thank You  30  1  Horn* & Property  1  Too Lata to Classify  40  In Memo nam  4  Travel  14  legal  41  Trucks  34  loit  10  Wanted  13  Maiina  as  Wanted to Rent  30  Mobile Homes  37  Waddings &  Motorcycles  Music  at  13  Engagements  Wort-Wanted  0  N  ANDERSON REALTY  ���  naaaarflan ��� Haiti ���������������������!  FREE  CATALOGUE  5666 Cowrta, St.. Box 1219  SsKMt. BC.. VON 3AO  SSS-3311FAXI  Van. Toi Free I  Almost new 1500 sq. It. 2 level  home in Gibsons, huge insulated i  double garage, 2 1/2 baths, lire-  place w/quality finishing throughout. Features include huge master  bedroom with lull ensuite, walkin  closet, and a privale deck. Home is  covered under a 5-year warranty,  priced to sell quickly al $159,900  Including GST. 984-3386, G&G  Irwestrrasnt Corporstkx). Jim Grant.  TFN  Acreage - 5.7 acres in Roberls  Creek, southern exposure, privacy,  some ocean view. Asking  $185,000. Privale sale, no agenls  please. 885-5466. ��25w  1264 sq. It rancher rear new god  course. Landscaped, hot tub.  $160,000. No agents. 885-4163.  #25w  TOPSOIL  Screened top soil at reasonable  rate. W.D. Excavating, 686-9764  or cell. 11-220-1526        TFNs  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, specious layout, excellenl condition, vety clean,  newly painled . renovated leatur-  mg stucco ceiling wilh cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. II. deck, Iridge 1 stove  included, washer i dryer optional.  Excellenl location, close to lerry, In  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 686-8095. $39,900. Call to  view. TFNs  Soames Point, 932 Feeney Yew,  F.S.B.O. 3 yr. Jennish Colonial, 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suite, 2 F/P, 3  baths, double garage, shake roof,  French windows. $245,900. 866-  0061.351 -7866 alter 8pm.     ss  In Memo-nam  ajyyyyyMig  In memory of our son  Eric Trudel  Oct. 81972 ��� June 14 1992  you live in a star we see in the sky  you live in the waves that come with ihe tide  _You live in the sun that shines so Bright  you live in the peacefuldarr\at night  you live in our heart that hurts so much  you did not die, we only lost touch  ftmnroviHHnnhrvw  \>  Beyond  m  From Ihe BsuliaMas Caratss Irs your  wallet to lhe sip, on your aloof...  ...to. All YOUR GRAPHIC NEEDS  CAtL 885-0244  S.C. B.C. goes daylight saving!  Wednesday Bridge Games at  Sechelt Sr. Centre start 10:30 with  a break tor lunch. For more inlormation and bridge partners, call  885-5552. ��25cn  ELLEN BESSO  TRAGER��  Relaxation for  the body and the mind.  Reduced pain  and increased weD-t-aeing.  886-4274  Set ol keys on high school playground, Gibsons. 886-9116.124*  Cream t while hamster near King  t Chaster, Friday night. 886-7818  days or 886-9749 eves.     ��24w  2 Pels  and Livestock  Six month blue male Neopolitan  Mastiff Nice disposition, exc. companion and guard dog, great with  kids. Doesn't need much exerdse.  Needs good home with one-on-  one attention. Cage included. 886-  7655. ��25cn  Purebred Hedord cows & heifers.  Phone 856-5667. ��24cn  Shelly Pups CKC registered. Show  breeding, obedience t loyal tamily  companion. Will ship or deliver. 1-  486-7213. #25cn  Pasture for rent. Enquire 883-9974  tor summer. 863-9655.      ��25w  FOR LEASE OR  LEASE TO BUY  (My facilities) 5 yr hall-Arab bay  gelding, trained English, exc. dis-.  position and confirmation  $150/mth. 886-0995. TFN  Kayacking lile belt; crab traps.  Phone or lv. mess. 686-7355.  TFNs  Fridge, scuba diving equipment.  665-4666. H6W  Rabbit hutch, Iree or cheap. 886-  0478 ��26w  Handyman lor all round general  home repair. Good rates. 886-  4658 ��6w  Set ol captain chairs with wooden  spindle backs. Solid oak table.  White tridge/lreezer and stove, pair  ol French doors. 886-6636.     ss  Oars/oar locks, lile belts. Call 886-  7355 lv. mess TFNs  Old tractor tires, or any wide lighl  tire - cheap $$$. 686-7355 lv.  mess.  __>  20 table chairs and some side  tables in any material. 865-5552.  I25W  Two lop eared rabbits t hutch.  885-4452. __\  To good home, one year old  lemale Lab X, all shots, spayed,  house trained and good with children. 6653229. ��24cn  Kitchen cabinets Irom mobile  home. 885-7516. ASAP.   ��24cn  FRANK CAMPBELL  June 16,1992  Evety day in eveiy way,    ,  We miss your humour and �� .  Your spirit lives withip our bud ,  Even though we ere far apijrt.  We shall not foflet you.  Peggy Campbell, Jenny, Frank Jr.,  and Christopher. t24cn  Announcement  Thank you Donna and Joseph lor  your help and kindness on June 3  late lerry. Much appreciated by  Peggy. I24cn  I wish to express my sincere gratitude and a million lhanks to all my  vr-fldertul Iriends, neighbours, coworkers and lamily lor all their  love, care and concern while I was  in hospital. Joyce Garters. I24cn  My hearttelt appreciation and  thank you to all the nurses and  stall ol 2nd floor at a Marys, Dr.  Farrer and Dr. Cairns lor their  excellent care. Joyce Garters.  BREAKAWAY  FUNDRAISER  WITH THE PROCEEDS  BENEFITTING  -XIRCOaaMUMTYTTEEN  recovery rwoaMawe  SUNNYCREST MALL  JUNE 11th tilth  COME AND MEET  MEMBERS OF THE  BREAKAWAY TEAM  & WATKINS INDEPENDENT  MARKETING  REPRESENTATIVE  JIM WILUAMSONI.D.*680S6  i'or Coodrwss Sake!  Walhiiis'  We buy beer bottles and beer  cans, paying 80 c/doz. 886-8039.  TFN  DR. GRANT WOOD  is pleased to announce that  he will continue to  welcome previous ate  new patients at the  CIBSONS  OPTOMETRY  CLINIC  Appts. Tuen-Sa! ��� 886-7211  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. TFNs  fstT^PvWW aWII aW I  MM  ��5��*!ri-r!  Bunnies, bunnies, bunnies!  Adorable bunnies! $3 each. 885-  4594 or 885-5239. H25cn  Dr. Wendy Royle, Veterinarian  wishes to announce the opening of  a practice In Sechelt in early July.  Dale and location to be announced  soon. I25cn  Ducks, $7.50; ducklings, $2.50;.  gander,' $10;' duck eggs,  $2.00/doz. 885-6409.        ��24w  Fairway Stables  English Riding Lessons  Children and adults, beginners to  experienced riders welcome.  Experienced, certified English  instructor. 885-5423. ��24w  PYflAMD DOG TRAINING  Private classes, problem solving,  certified trainer. 886-2854.126cn  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Dog S cat boarding. Dog training,  "Science Diet' pel loods. 886-  6566. TFN  African Pigmy goats. Does, bucks,  kids. Excel, pets and bush clearing. 883-2990 ss  Sat., June 12,908 Reed Rd., Gibsons, 9-4 weather permitting (outdoor). ��24w .  5656 Osptey, Sechelt, June 19,9-  2. Hockey cards, comics, household, clinker boat, $300 OBO.��24w  Double family sale, June 19/20,8-  4,252 Ryan Dr. (off Chaster).l24w  Sun., June 27, 9-tpm. Aero Club,  lop ol Field Rd. Sale and lly in,  tables $5.8854433. H25w  Moving sale, 816 O'Shea Rd., 10  am, June 13 -20. *25w  Father's Day - flea market Sun.,  June 20, 10-4, Gibsons Yacht  Club. Public invited, tables rental,  $10,886-3500. ��?4N  762 Hwy'. 1 oi? Sal>a6ua*iT, 'akiiii  19 a 20. ��24w  '86 Ford Mustang LX, will trade tor  computer. Call 886-7009.   125*  Fridge, new 16 cu. It. GE white, 2  dr., 1/1, $500 OBO. 886-3576.  I25cn  30* white stove, $70; GE washer,  write, $100.686-3714.       TFN  ercial sand  inl avoiloble  Ol S 1 iq  fl  jf 101 Auto Supply  ... Hwy 101, Gibsons  !86-7130or 240-0897  Pro drum kit, 7 cymbals t stands,  plus misc. $995.886-3683. ��5cn  JOHNHA��lt1$ONA��MANCH  flint hii'ihm  .Raconditjonad opp/ioncei  wil/i worrortly  ���New Inglis line  ��� We jefport!  417 Pratt IsiOikieiM   jjafrjW  imittttt.  MORTOAOi  LOANS  ���111, 2nd, 3rd MortgtQM  tTtaM CaflMfaUfaWlflll  -Quick Approval  ���AascrasJtconsldared  ���Ouamv by phone  l*allsxstrv*ja-ca-asultatic*i  240-9672  Ray Quan  24 hrs/7 days a Week  PA3SPOBTIWRTQAOE  ���*����!��*��  48' x 330' of prime low bank waterfront in Gibsons Harbour near  Gibsons Marina. House needs  repair but could be fixed up tor  recreational or rental use. Ptoperty zoned Tourist Ct*a**a-nerci<l (C-2).  Double gaiage plus storage shed.  $189,500. Phone Jennifer 1-689-  7070. ss  One acre in peacelul lower  Roberts Creek. Partially cleared  with nice trees. Exceptional property at the end ol the road.  $135,000,886-7372.        12601  Vety active S/W/M fifties, new to  the area, seeks energetic happy  petite lady tody to 55 for companion. My interests include goll, hiking, nature, gardening and more.  Reply tc Box 61. Madeira Park,  BC.VON2HO. ��26cn  COUNSELLING  Working with anger, depression,  chronic pain. Mary Pinniger, MA  RCC. 885-0887 I26w  LOVE  Chnstel thanks tor being so kind  and supportive of me. X X Xn24cn  Very active S/W/M/. titties new to  the area seeks energetic, happy,  petite lady 40 to 55 lot companion.  My interests include goll, hiking,  nature, gardening and more Reply  to Box 61. Madeira Park. BC VON  2H0. ��26cn  Your life is in your hands Palmistry by Dometna. 865-026'. ,��5w  My friend is a well groomed,  attractive woman in her 50s. She  enjoys dancing, music, iheatre,  walking. She is a loyal, entertaining companion. Being new to the  districl finds it difficult to meet gentlemen who share her interests.  Are you interested? Please write  Box G, c/o Coast News. Sox 66,  Sechelt, enclosing phone number  please.   LOVE  MARG. You're the best. I love you.  XXX. t25cn  Male age 37 would like to meet a  lady lor friendship and sunbathing.  Must be discreet. Please write with  phone number to Box F, c/o Coast  Neavs, Box 66, Sechelt.     I25cn  CA.M.E.O. Singles Club - potluck  dinners, luncheons, dancing, hiking, camping, barbeques, crib.  866-3354.665-9968. *26w  Private Tuition  Experienced lully qualified teacher  available. Seniors exam preparation techniques. Elementary students - all subjects. 8864468.  SALE  Every Sat., 504 S. Fletcher (above  Checkers). Stretch leggings, lank  lops, rainboe colours. J. Boe. 686-  7955. ��24w  Prenatal Classes  Four Tuesday evenings  every month 7:00-9:30  Rockwood Lodge Sechelt  Denise Olson L. Midwife  886-8847 ��24w  Anyone interested in joining a  paddling club (kayak or canoe) to  get out and enioy good company,  good lood and great wilderness  scenery, please call Laurie al 885-  6440 or John at 685-0144. Boat  rental avail. No eii4��rience necessary. ��4w  Mana,  Tonight, tonight, wool be just any  night.-Tony ��24w  FRECKLES WEAR SALE Friday,  June 18.12-9; Sat., June 19,10-4.  1200 PaggioRd., Rbts. Ck. ��24w  Adult children ol Alcoholics or dysfunctional families please call 686-  3649 or 885-4622 lor help.     NC  Eastern Canadian couple (Srs.)  available lor house siding; winter  of 93/94. Rels. available. Reply  Pat t John Davis, SS1, Site 6,  C44, Penetanguishene. Om. LOK  1PO. (705) 526-2435.       ��26cn  Piano Tuning  mt      . repairs  ���atjH^ * appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  The Exhibition  of the  "Ferry Boat Ride"  by Greta Guzek  continues.  Serigraphs available at  S Show Piece Gallery P  Wl I. sa,i Point Rood.  CiilmHi s LaiaainK, ��� hMI, '��^H  TAPE DUPLICATION  Phone Ross 886W6      I26w  Limited Xmas space available to  sun spots. Wi. Travel. 985-2964.  92401  Costa Rica. 3 bdrm. house in  Tango Mar Beach and Golf Country Club, all amenities. $400 per  week. 863-2450. ��26w  Westinghouse, 5 cycle portable  dishwasher, good woiking cond,.  $125.886-7722 leave message.  TFNs  Speed Queen washer a dryer,  rebuilt, $600. 866-3290 weekdays  i4-7pm. ��25w  30' Westinghouse elec. ranges.  Good cond. White $75. Copper-  tone $125.886-9856.      ��26cn  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7883.24 hour line        TFN  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 885-7484, 666-9059.  AJ-Ateen 886-2565 or 866-7484.  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints |  Environment ___..  FriwKlly Peine      /' \\  e. All Colours ol  , '/_f- *&  the Rainbow       '_ ���'  . including Gnnn\  Bill Wood      -���  SECHELT  A Bus 885-29231  Res. 885-50581  Openings lor 3 4 4 yr. olds in Sept.  lor Rainbow Preschool. Call 885-  3707. 425w  TROPICAL FISH  Free fish when buying others. 25  cents at up. 886-9890.      I25cn  Mid-sized chest Ireezer in good  working order. 885-3251.    ��26w  Impoverished renter looking for  Airstream trailer in good condition.  21' to 30'. Will pay up to $6,000.  TFNs  Beautilul dining suite, 6 high back  chairs, two with arms, gold velvet  covered seats. Two leaves extend  table to 6 It. Hutch (base 6.5 It <  5.5 ft. $3000 OBO. Ph: 863-1196  alter 5 pm. I26cn  Wooden rec. room dry bar,  arborite top, $125 OBO. As new  twin bed w/headboard, Irame,  used only 6 times. New $400, sen,  $250060.886-7736.       I26w .  2 new curved solas, pastels, N.S.  $700 both. 883-2926.        ��26w  King-size waterbed in pine Irame.  with drawers. $250 obo. 883-9176.  I26cn .  Sailing Lessons  lor adults too. Evenings and/or  weekends. Phone Gibsons Yacht  Ciubaat-KOO. ��24w  SUMMER CAMPS  WEST COAST CAMPING  Consultant to B.C. schools  in olfering outdoor  education is now ottering  quality outdoor programs  in Whistler. B.C.  Inquiries call 946-7320.  TENTERSI  Boothill R.V. Park is now accepting  onmight tenting. 88M7M.TFNS  Used fridge, under $100. 665-  4266. ��24w  Children's trikes, wagons and  wheel barrows in good cond., 885-  7759. ��4w  Sunshine Coast Model Railroad  Club seeking approx. 400-500 sq.  tt. of building space for club railroad layout in Gibsons/Rbts. Ck.  area. Prepared to pay a modest  rental or willing to provide labour t  material to upgrade building space.  Long term occ. desired. 886-4918  or 8864633 alt. 6pm.        ��24w  We make furniture.  We can to the bardparts  If you are making  your own.  Planing, joimtng,  -awing, joinery  TIM CLEMENT  ������cvaaia  1044 Soaimounl Wiy. Gitstotu  Teak dining room suite. Table, 2- ���  leal. 5 chaiis, long china cabinet  Good cond. $700.885-7354 eves.   12501  Leather couch, 2 chairs, $1600  hide-a-bed, $600. All like new  885-5094. Kfiw Coast News, June 14, 1993  19  21   For Sale  King size waterbed in pine Irame   Nikon F3HP PRO camera, MD4  with drawers, $250 OBO. 883-  MP4, Nikkor 35-105,12.8 barely  9176.  ���26w  used, sacrifice, J1000.686-2192.   ��24w  TOPSOIL  Gravels, Fill, Sand. Reasonable.  Call Doug 885-5070.        I24w  For clothing t misc. bargains,  ehack out The Comer Closet. Now  laking summer consignments.  886-8078. 124*  Firewood lor sale. Price varies to  Son��Trtnta21-sl.reoc��our _*_!�����** "��to'_\  TVS300.So.TYt/2-VCR.4head "J** ** SiVe "����� ��*  tracking $250.886-9885.   TFNs    "*  Greal present-antique Dutch wall  clock, copper lace and weights,  sun snd moon ptatet, $600.886-  7307. ss  Matching arrstque style couch and  (^r,$259.e65-1957/B853645.  ss  fUNCO  Recycled Building MoMdi  French Doon/ant.-Ext. Doors  Alum. at. Vinyl Windows  Lighting/Kitchen &  Bathroom Filatures ale.  VaMwstamorcaf  5653 Whorl Rd., Saehelt  MOHSAT9am-5pm  1990 Acura Integrals 2 dr. Datsui 2402 body parts, rec. eng.;  maroon/gray int., S sp.PS/PB, A/C '79 Dodge 1/2 ton step-side with  cruise, power sunrool, BRA bal- canopy, boat rack, $1250. 886-  arvaolwariaTnty.ew.cond., need  4X4 lor work, $12,250 OBO. 865-  7990 ..-Iter 5pm wN. mess. ��24w  '85 Plymouth Turismo. 2.2 L. 8  spd. Great shape, ktust sell S9S0.  888-9034 Met ��25cn  7378.  CHEAP! FBI/U.S. SEIZED  69 Intercedes $200  W VW $50  W Mercedes $irjfj  WRaJBlang $50  ��24w  Deluxe baby back pack $55. Car  seat $10. Bike seat $10. F.P. del.  act. center $9. Toddler potty $4.  Bed guard rail $4. Baby helmet $3.  Baby hardcover books .50c ea.  668-7160. I24cn  r, HP ttirakv mnwar 34 cc Hinkv  ^*> *-^ Parts i sundry Hems  Yeeriing lambs. Pertect lor barbe-  Mmrrtm M5-SJW      "0m G,rr-"' C���nn% 8246  ��* ��*��"��*-** ���*-***  Mrm. poll prune/. 885-6207.      Re��jroof1��. All equipmanl to be spring M available. 86M506.  picked up by June 30.685-5870.  12501  BaD Uwntorce 19*, rear bagging  electronic lawnmower, condition  as new, $125 OBO. 886-3868.  MtW  FRESH PRAWNS  $5 lb J. $4 Ib. To order.  885-7348 Namaste.  Mtcn  ���24cn  4 high-tacked wicker chairs, $80.  888-7956. 42401  Flit deck trailer, 18'x6 1/2' deck  elec. brakes, removable sides,  $2500.883-9422. ��26w  Clothes dryer $100 OBO. 30'  alum, railing $50 OBO 885-3164.  I25cn  8,000 Ib electric Warn winch,  Kitchen unH (slove, Iridge, sink) heavy duty bush bumper, fita Ford  tuns on 110, $220 OBO, Ireezer,  orGM.$800OBO.8B5-3364.  $150 OBO. 888-8801 please lv.  tatrrelphonel. *26w  ���2601  GE Iridge w/lreezer (10 yrs old),  Moffat overhead oven a range,  Kent fireplace insert. 686-0404.  ���2601  CaUrtmmmm-mr  STENCILS  8B6-8103  Gibsons Park P\i.zr.  Matching set two pee cheslerlield,  comer table, collee table, slereo,  cabinet radio, record player $100.  Radio tape cassette CD player  $100. Black 8 Decker router with  bits $100. Router $ saber saw  table $30. Brand new, all good  cond,868-7057. l2Scn  Baby Blaze King wood stove. 886-  8322 alter 6pm. ��25cn  Sturdy single bed roll-a-way col,  excel, cond. $90.886-3095.TFN s  Sofa . chair $80. Peugeot racing  Hidden Treasures Used Books-  bicycle $70. iNfant car seal $15.  20% oil cash sales, May 31-June  12401  HYDRO POLES  BC Hydro arjproved, all sizes. Call  W.O. Excavating lor information.  686-9764 or cell 1-220-1528.  TFNs  AGED HORSE MANURE  $20 pickup load or 2 loads/$30.  Roberts Creek 885-9989.    TFN  CEDAR SHAKES* LUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut. 885-2138  or 885-5601. TFN  GOOD HAY  W.00iB��l��Dallvet��d  Straw U.00*ele  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  Free Range Eggs  Call Between fMpm  885-9357   TFN  Parker t Hole 30.06,3x9 Bushnell  scope. Martin 444s Winchester,  78 Dodge Volalre 318. New top, Choole trom j^.^, 8tirlin.  rear end, bres, exhaust, brakes, $50. FREE inlomvl|ion 24.nou*  Hotline. 601-379-2935 Copyright  ���BC010410. ��27w  1990 Honda CRXsi, black on  black, sunrool, 35,000 km, very  dean inside 8 out, $10,000 OBO.  886-7205 ens. ss  1987 Buick Skyhawk LTD. Excel,  lent condition, one woman owner,  non smoker, immaculate, sunrool,  AM/FM cassette, 67,000 km. Call  886-4906. $7000 OBO.     ��TFN  1982 Cavalier, 4 sp., dean solid  excellent interior. $850 OBO. 885  8951. 12501  '78 Dodge Fury. $300 OBO. 885-  0363. 12501  '64 Grand Prix, needs woik, $650  060.885-5369. ��4w  "86 Chevetle, $1000 OBO. 886-  3880 hr. mess. ��4w  77 Toyola wgn., 5 sp., recant:  bres, muffler, rbit. eng., runs good,  $800,888-2192.    ' ��24w  '66 Buick Riviera black on black,  c, rotable transport. $1000.885-  naw tires, brakes, $ shocks, 2948 ss  PS/PB, esc. run. cond., $3000.  886-9751. ��24w  ���86 Pontiac 6000,4 dr., 4 cyl., fuel  Injected, good cond., low miles,  $2900 OBO. 885-4804.      ��24w  1974 Volvo, new clutch and mutter, $800 OBO. 883-9590, ��24w  1978 E100 Van, 4 sp., new paint,  300 CID, oilers. 685-9648.     at  1984 Colt, standard, fl. wheel  drive, rtvechanicalry pertect, looks  good, new winter tjres ( summer.  AM/FM, radio scanner, hati-htack.  $1650 OBO. 885-7535 or mess.  685-9714. ��24w  1981 Chevy Citation, 4 dr., HB, 4  cyl, good cond., $800.885-6401.  ���24w  Oueen size waterbed, Betitwood '90 Plymc** Voyager LE, stood  685-7882.  ���26cn  Sacrifice Moving Sate. 14s boat  with trailer, cover, Ills jackets,  $250. Black 8 peach Chinese  marble wilh mortar $3 sq ft Heeti-  lator��replace Insert $200.10 spd.  bike $50. Ph: 883-9550.    K6cn  Art Nouveaux double bed with 2  dressers $400. Phillips lood  processor as new $75.885-5439.  ���2601  DOORS  Exterior 1 interior, glass, brass,  etc. Fancy or plain, cuslom or factory. Delivered or installed. Great  prices. 686-2844. ��26cn  15. Two locations - 459 Marine  Dr., Gibsons 1 5520 Inlet Ave.,  Sechelt. #24w  R.S.F. energy wood stove model  HF65R new $1,750, sell $950.  885-2503. ��28w  Laptop computer, Mac Powerbook  140, Incl. extra battery, carrying  case, 40 Mb HD, 4 Mb RAM, Software Included (WordPerfect,  Magic, Flight Simulator, Quicken),  $1800.888-9885. TFNs  rocker. 885-5467.  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  88(4240  TFN  Trailer lor dinghy or Laser $75.  Black tear skin tug, lully backed  $350.8650698. ��26cn  hla-aving: Must sell. Electric stova, 2  Hr conditionals, swing set,  playpen, prolorm electronic stair  stepper, deep freeze, new washer  Outdoor Benches,  Tables & Chairs  TIM CLEMENT  CtftfflltfH.  aae-aaia  1044 Saatvmowil Way, CatMom  '61 GMC 5 Ion dump truck, mw  split rear end, brakes, etc. Govt  passed 89,000 kms., $7900. Bob  885-4804. ��4w  JD 401 tractor/loader, 62 HP  diesel, 5000 Ib.lorkon 80' bucket,  $9500.885-7692. ��26w  Cat 955 track loader $9.000.866-  7727. SS  trim, loaded, like new, one owner,  norvsmoker, $15,000.896-3069.  ���25w  '1962 Mazda RX7, good cond.,  new clutch, brakes, $3100.888-  8032. ss  7910th Anniversary Trans Am.  403 turtx> 350, shift kit. 323 posi, 4  whl disc, power everything.  $3,000.8856097. SS  '84 Honda Accord, sunrool, 5 sp.,  new tres, some rust. Runs good.  $2,200060.885-4054. SS  '87 Honda Civic 1500S. 147,000  km. Peppy, black, good cond.  $4,950 OBO. 686-3484. SS  77 Ford LTD II, body great, runs,  $400 OBO.; 78 Cutlass wagon,  good tires, brakes, $300 OBO.  886-9381. as  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto., alf,  power, white, exc. cond, 35,000  kms, $17,000.886-3623.       is  79 Ford stn. wagon, V6 auto,  good running cond, $475. 886-  9372. ss  1966 Ford Mercury 2 dr., 8 cyl, air  cond., exc. cond, low mileage,  $5000060.883-2512. ss  Good selection used tires, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  8854004 ss  77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond,  $900 OBO. 886-3848 SS  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tites,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 886-7378 SS  1988 Toyola Tercel, $3500.885-  7334. ��24w  1981 Pontiac Lemans, good  cond, $1000 060. Kris 885-9414  eves. ��24w  1973 Super Beelle, $2500 OBO.  883-9234. ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhausl. Mechanically sound,  $900 OBO. 885-1943. ss  1988 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $5995.  886-752001886-2111. SS  1979 Cadillac Seville baby Hue,  Int/ext, rebuilt engine 1 transmission. Priced to soil $3850 Call  8858510 after 6:00pm.        ss  '86 Pontile 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  exc. cond, $3995. 886-7150 or  886-3213. ss  955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  needs some work, $3000 OBO.  886-2548. SS        Two lor one deal. 1972 Ford  Courier PU, new battery, good  Ures, runs good, evetylhlng works.  ���85 Pontiac FieroGT,6cyt, while *~._,. --__, __*__, *,,-_,*, gust,.  - dryer plus lots more. 888-7071   Seldom used: Philips air purilier  exfgrey int., $5800.886-3820. Sn m.*?^ ��Kl��I  Yard Sale June 13. 804 feasant  and rjenonizer w/rarjacement filler ��25cn _^_^nZSS^  _L*Z       $25.-WMr,-^$15.Bk1n. irate, $2500.8B53251.     "*    74 Dodge 3/4 ton P/U, 316 luto,  aire Clean mist 2.5 gal. humidifier  Z_\���_____} 2l'JU.���'.tSS? 77 Cougw. l-k�� wel, $500.885-  looks and runs great, $1000.886-  '60 Suzuki Jeep, elec. winch, boat  rack, low bar, $1000 OBO. 686-  2607 eves. 12531  ���2601  Satellite dish, white, good cond.  $250.8857930. 12601  SneKtj system, 10 ft dish, stereo  receiver, video Cipher II descram-  bier, remote. $1500 OBO. 865-  3229. ��25cn  6 It. 8 In. patio door, double  glazed, $100 or trade. 885-4232  rterSpm. I25cn  Firewood by Ihe logging truck  load, $500, or 1/2 load, $300,  delivered. 8853489.       ��5cn  Large ollice dsik, exc. cond.,  $200; kerosene healer, brand  new, $100; Trainer amp. new guitar w/Boss toot swHch, $500; Pen-  tax camera w/zoom lens $ ass,  $300; elegant diamond, custom-  made, 18 Id ladtoe gold watch, 1/2  pdee, $550.886-7656.     ��25cn  Oil furnace, $200, exc. cond. 886-  7037. 12501  5 HP Husky mower, 34 cc Husky  trimmer; pole primer. 885-3207.  ���24w  $65,886-9665.  TFNs  Perennials  Huge Selection  Low Prices  Melville Cottage Gardens  1685 Tyson, Sechdt  Wed. to Sun. 9 am to 5 pm  Closed Mon. & Tub.  North oil 101 btrara Iroaankt k Ml  Full size camper (rig. stove heater,  $1500060.886-2109. SS  SCREENED TOP SOIL  Quality son It a reasonable rale.  WD Excavating. 686-9764 lv.  mess. TFNs  Mining order. Bargain lor $400.  886-35191X886-7647.      ��28tt  74 Chev Caprice V8, all power, no  rust, $650.886-9404.        t28w  For parts, 76 Mini a wis, $400.  865-9073. ��26w  71 TR6, burgundy, drives great.  Conaptetely rebuilt motor, starter,  clutch, brakes, cats, motor still  under warranty. A lun car to drive.  $3.000. CaH 866-2925.     K5cn  ���86 Ford Mustang LX, exc cond.,  $3000060, terms neg. 886-7009.   ��25w  '80 Mustang, good cond, in t out,  $950060.886-2910.       ��5w  61 Chev Malibu stn. wagon, rav  7898 or 8856254 alt. 6pm. ��26w    2298.  ��25ot  YOU DONT OLW  RtSULTS  WITHOUT  250 gal. luel oil lank, $100 OBO  atlle temilY ���mnaporUBon, $1500  (empty). 886-2826.  060.886-3849.  ���25w  Inflatable kayak, like nsw, $500;  call between 12 81pm, 8859357.  TFN  '88 Woodmlzer 40HD handsaw  mill. Trailer pkg ��� 550 hrs. lap sid-  1981 Hack Camaro, $1600 OBO.  886-3290 weekdays between 4-  7pm. ��25w  73 VW Beetle lor parts. New bat-  tattfy. litest otter. 88S-09S0. ��25cn  Mike Plimley  Centurion Aulo  b4b Who, I Rd. Seche  1984 Escort; slindird, needs      $400 OBO by end ol May. Call  1.3 cu. ft rrfcrowave, $100; couch  ing attach, carriage cover, auto  ���t*o Motua coupe V-6 auto Good 896"2622- TFNs  12 chairs, $50; 240 V. space grinder, tooth setter, misc. spare  clutch to make mobile, engine in cruise, AM/FM cassette, 71,000  very good cond, exc. lor parts,  kms' ��"cove''box <:o���9,' m  heater, $60; large covered utility  parts. $22,000 OBO. 886-3001 ss  trailer, $500 OBO. 886-9132.K4W  Stock up now. Mixed lirewood,  $85/lull cord, split 1 delivered.  8634382. ��25w  Hide-a-bed. good cond., $75;  srr* black a white TV, $20; single Futon, $40; wood slove, $100.  886-2910. I25w  cond. $500.8851924.     ��25cn  1981 Muslang blue, sunrool, tuns  well. $2,000 obo. 885?370.M6cn  Wanled: 239 Ford flathead engine.  Ftetxildable or 7 886-4624 eves.  ��6cn  1985 Plymouth Reliant, excel,  cond. 4 dr, auto. AC. $3,000.885-  8849. ��24w  1971 Cutlass Supreme. P/W, air,  looks Jruns good. $1,500 OBO.  1-240-2888. ��24cn  I Porsche 924 turbo recentlv  7e Chevy Novi, good running cond.. $8500 OBO. 885-7823  '       rwvi   t_\U\r_QTl   Qa_-t__AG mm *..~- mm...  ootid. $450 060.888-7848.   ss    eves.  ���24W  For sale- couch chair, $125.885-  2492.  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE      "built motor, low miles $7,000.  bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70 886-7236 or 8864994.     ��28cn    <984 Mazda RX-7,78,000 kms. 4   81 Fort Van, 8 cyl, auto, S.W.6,  mooks home. Bright, spacious lay- 1979 pom.ilf. Parisienne. low new Pirel" "r���,, ���unt00'' ">tary "o rusl, undercoited, seels 5.  Moving Mud Set: While washer  $ dryer, $500; queen size bed 1  bdrm. suite, $150; stereo, $75; bt.  leather lazy boy chair, $20; black  chiir, $10; rocker chair, $50;  brown sectional couch $100. Or  tart otters! 8860545. hrfitm.  ���25w  '        oul, excellent condition, vary _,,���     ^ . ���   ,k    '���,   ararigine. retxilt clutch, rriaster cylin-  $3,  H*!    clMn,i>*r��rfy pawed ��*t^ -  .000.886-2208.  ���28cn  \OCITiA!EKTRA!  Drop oil your  COUTNENI  CUUIFIEOS  AT  Tka Caaat laws  leaturing stucco ceing wilh cedar  beams in living room, white waifs, VS Hyundai Stellar - gray. Power  400 sq. ft. deck, fridge 8 stove windows/locks, sunrool. In good  included, washer 8 dryer optional, running cond. $1,800 OBO. Lv.  Excellent location, close to feny, in mess. 8863013. ��25cn  Comeau Trailer Pirk ��22,1416      North Road, Gibsons. Pid rent   $195. 8868095. $39,900. Call to W Buick Regal, 100,000 trt. V-8,  view TFNs P/S, Pa rtiags, rustrjrooled since 1988 Honda Acoord LX, 4 dr, 5 sp.    new, well maintained company 95,000 kms. PS/PB, cruise.  20ft*Juminummastc/wtardware car. $2,5*. II8M298.     HScn   $8,500.8884536. ss  1975 Dodge propane 4X4, crew  cab, complelely rebuilt, $6500.  6857518 ss  Reliable* strong$5,100. Call Joel  885.5166 TFNs  73 V.W. vin. Qood condition.   ��� ��� u ^ __, ���  60,000 miles on new engine. "���"?����� *��9oneer, lully  Some rusl. $2600 OBO. 885- loade(1'$185a CMM p,t m'  3917.  TFNs  5591.  ���26w  ���85 GMC diesel PU, 1/2 Ion short  box, $3900 OBO. 883-9918.��5w  $100,886-2386.  *24cn  '83 OMC Van short wheel base,  350 auto., tinted windows, PW/PD,  cruise, new tires, recant work,  used. $150; Dick��Sndies.l  S;^�����Zi^ �� Ote ta ftou^m, telad oSSSSSStT *** m  heator,$175(��0;3(4loiChar,   bu*���, ��e,tt' ?".??*��� *? plus doc plaver, $5795.886-7150.       Airtight exc. cond, hardly ever  '84 Chrysler 300,2 dr hardtop.  383 cu. In. 79,000 original miles.  Rusl Iree, console shift, power  61VWJf*e4dr,5sp,sunrool,  $3500 OBO. 666-7969. SS  Car dolly, $1500. 885-3455 Ift.  5pm. #26w  cut to  tto,liJcort,$95.DalaV��sdirry-  whaa.CaJl>rld8t*i-5638.iB7w  new motor 1 brakes, headache  tack, Micheline. $1800 OBO; HO  car doty trailer, $1200 OBO. 886-  0918. *25w  25()-o>.oil storage tank $100. Oil  tired hot water boiler, sajilabte tor  hot tub or pod $400.885-2088.  ��4cn  some new parts. $2,700 OBO.  May take part trade. 886-2348.  ���25cn  plus disc player, $5796.886-7150. ���...������,  ss ^6F1503/41cfl,8ftl)��veiylit-    lie rust, runs well, $1100 OBO.  ���89 Ford F-F150 4x4 Super Cab 8880398. ��26w  76 Volkswagen van, exc. cond,  $1900060.868-2109. IS  1968 Chev 3/4 ton, good cond,  $8000080.865-9297.     ��26w  cu��om, 5L V8 auto, lully loaded,  only 51,000 km, aie. cond.,  $14,700.138 Chev Cavalier as. 4  cyl. F.I. 5 spd. manual, only  72 Volkswagen Beetle, good 71,000 km, exc. cond., $6200. 11 Jeep Cherokee Laredo, hunter  cond. new bakes, new eras, some 866-2219 or view 857 Poplar green, 4 dr, 4X4 plus extras,  rusl, $1100.886-2746.      ��6w   Una. as    25,000 kms. Dave 8863878K7W  1978 Bronco, new paint, rebuilt  motor, rear end, new gas tank,  springs, ball joints, catb, exhausl  and brakes. $5,400 OBO. 886-  7013. ss  1986 Ford F250 4X4, diesel,  supercab, $13,000 OBO. 885-  1949 ss  1987 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass, PS/PB, auto, till, Sony  stereo, open to reasonable oilers.  886-7600. ss  '80 GMC 3/4 ton, $2700; 73 Ford  3/4 ton, $1300, both in exc. cond.  886-7774 or 886-3027. SS  Big block Ford propane system  w/tank. $1000. 686-3005 8am-  5pm. TFN  '69 3 ton Chev, flatdeck, 5 + 2  tranny, new Iront tires, needs  ins-MClion. $3250.866-3001.  ss  Full size 1990 Dodge van, V6  auto, $6500.8858301 ss  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 8855102. ss  1962 4X4 Dodge D-50,130,000  kms, canopy, asking $2500.865-  0128 alt. 6pm. ��25w  79 Fort 4X4,3/4 ton, 4 sp, good  cond., $2995. 886-2111 work,  886-7520 eves. TFN  1979 Chevy 'Boogie' van, good  body, partially camperized. Stereo,  interior lights, great radiais, $2300  OBO. 885-3586. ��26w  '86 Nissan multi, AM/FM, cass,  summer 8 winter tires, low miles,  exc. cond, $7000 OBO. 886-0980  eves. ss  32II. Holiday Rambler Presidential. Ait, awnings, microwave, new  carpet, lurnice, wster pump,  $13,590060.686-2546.       SS  Deluxe fibreglass 20-11 Arrverican  Clipper M/home. 1978, new better-  les, bres, brakers, wheel bearings  8 much more. $19,900 060.1885  2853. ��24cn  SELL YOUR WAT  THROUGH US  Free summer storage  lor good  quality listings  MONEY TALKS  Let's get together &  sell your RV unit. If we  can't sell it, we'll buy it.  Free appraisal &  pick up anywhere.  U-aMZVaUE RECREATION  CENTER LTD.  Toll Free 1-600-863-4234  DL73S3  1990 Dodge Rim, 6-pass. win-  dowvan, V6, heavy duty shocks,  exc. cond. 886-7623.        ��24w  1980 Ford pickup, $850 OBO.  88594141ft 3pm, Kits.     ��24w  ���80 Fort 4x4 SB 302,4-spd. Low  kms. on eng. $ trans. 8852151  alter6pm. ��24cn  63 GM shortbox windowvan, pop  In/out seats, rebuilt motor, tow  package, p/w, doortocks, cruise,  $55008850878. ��25w  '69 Ford dub wagon, 15 passenger, 1 ton, XLT, all extras, great  cond, $14,000 OBO. 886-0380.  TFN  76 Ford 3/4 ton. Runs well. Needs  work. $950.866-2922.     ��25cn  ���86 Ford F-250 XLT Lariat 4x4,7.3  L diesel, 5 sp, PS, PB, iir, title,  21' Wilderness Travel Trailer,  $3500 OBO. 883-2779 or 863-  9087. ��24w  30 It Kuslom Koach trailer,. Must  be seen. 961 Cemetery Rd.  $15,500.6858693. ��25cn  22' M/home fully equipped. 8,600  kms true mileage. A-i cond.  $19,500 OBO. 9834392.  *25cn  8II Camperette, 2 burner stove,  Iridge, elec. sink, greal lor 1/2 ton  P.U. Good shape. $800 OBO.  886-3036. ��25cn  1990 Terry 26' deluxe travel trailer.  Still like new. Many options incl.  new microwave/dual TV. Must be  seen to be appreciated. Still under  warr. Asking only $18,000. 434-  6404. ��24cn  1974 OK Ford 302/18.5' motor  home c/w shower, toilet, Iridge,  stove, oven. Totally self com.  Excel. Kind. Drive away or leave  set up at Capilano RV Park.  $10,950. Appt. to view 886-3525.  I26cn  7.5 It small pickup camper, (may  Iridge, stove, sleeps lour. $2,995  obo. 6850X7. *26cn  1978 Holidaire trailer 20 It. Fully  equipped. $6,000.8850663.  ���26cn  72 Apache hard-side tent trailer,  stove, Ice box, lurnace, port-a-pot,  good shape. Sleeps 6. $1,500  OBO. Sportsman tull-sz. fibreglass  canopy $250 060.686-2348.  ���2501  '86 Pace Arrow n-otoihome. 27 ft  low mileage, mint cond. Loaded.  Covered storage. 4855953 Powell  River. ��25cn  77 GMC camper van. Fully equip.  Exc. cond. $3,800 OBO. 866-  7348. ��25cn  1990 dlx. 24' motorhome A-1 condition. 6859025. SS  24 It. Traveleeze trailer, $1900,  needs work. 886-9625.      ��24w  1977 F250 Super Cab, CD player,  auto, PS/PB. 1979 9-1/2 It Wilderness Campei c/w (lush toilet, 3-  way Iridge, stove, oven, lurnace,  electric water. Both In excellent  cond. $5,995 tor both. 666-3763.  I240-,  21 It. travel trailer, fully equipped,  $2800060.683-9590.      ��24w  Kit camper, exc. cond, w/lie down  bar $ chains, $2500 firm. 885-  2310. ��24w  21 tl. Wilderness travel trailer,  $3500 OBO. 863-2779 or 883-  9087. ��5w  7 It. import camper, stove, Icebox,  lurnace, jacks, etc, $1300.886-  7951. ��25w  Hard top lent trailer, sleeps 4,  good shape, $750 OBO. 885-  5941. ��25w  1988 Kencraft 6 It camper c/w  stove, Iridge, s/s sink,, excel,  cond. $5,200 OBO. 886-2366  evenings. ��24cn  1979-23 ft. Nomad Travel Trailer,  sell-contained, air cond, nice unit,  $6300. Tow vehicle avail. 886-  9774. ��24w  16'6" trailer, fully sett contained. 3-  way stove, Iridge, sleeps 4.  Always kept under a roof. $1,950.  685-5265. 12401  Travel trailer 13 ft enclosed toilet.  $1,850,686-3487 SS  P/U ("amper, $600.6853137.TFN  23 ft Fort tamper-bus, exc. run,  new tres, $3000 OBO, 8850061.  ss  UtT Fibreglass boat with 75 HP  Merc, and trailer, $5500 OBO.  6853307. ss  25 ft sailboat, marine plywood,  structurally sound, needs work.  $1,600 OBO. 8852922.    ��25cn  16 tl alum. Mirrocratl fishing  machine, 70 hp Merc - trailer.  $7,000 OBO. 1853449.    ��25cn  20 ti L.S. tug, very heavy F/G  const. 6 cyl. gas engine $ rebuilt  B.W. 3-1 gear not installed, needs  work. $2,000 OBO. 8952483.  ���25cn  17.511. Campion, hard top, 70 HP  Evinrude, Road Runner trailer,  $4500.886-7392. I26w  9 ft Iriflatabte $l,46S. 2 hp Honda  $450. EZ loader trailer $475.15  hp Mariner $1,875. *45 Husqvir-  na chainsaw $350 obo's. All above  in new condition. 885-2187.��26cn  Crab pot hauler, new, Brian-Hamilton Metal and Machine Shop. 885  3422. ��28w  32 tt. Crlscrall, twin screws,  $15,900 OBO. 1-291-7599 or 863-  9249. ��26w  14 ft Otympla, 1989 50 HP Merc,  new trailer, $3500.8856073.��26w  1973 LYNWOOD SPORT FISHERMAN 28 FT.Twin 351's,. low  hrs, Volvo legs, dual hyd/steer $  controls, recorder ��� sounder, auto  bait lank, 2 CB's, swimgrid,  anchor, elect, winch, elec. head, 2  sinks. Ideal lishing boat.  Boathouse kepi, one owner.  $26,000.8834931. *26cn  20II Sangster, cuddy cabin, full  canvas, Iridge. camper slove,  head. 302 Merc power 8 leg.  $6,800 OBO. 8853036.    ��5cn  14 ft. aluminum w/lrailer, 25 HP  Johnson, elec. start, $1600 060.  6855692. ��25w  12 It libreglass boat. $450.885-  9268. ��25cn  15 ft KJC Fibreglass rurrabout, a  good boat needing coemelics. No  rnotor or trailer, $575.686-273B.  ���26cn  1981 25 hp Evinrude In good  working order $875. Trade-ins  considered. 686-2738.     *26cn  34 It diesel cruiser available lor  lease this summer. Low rates for  qualified operator. 8852738.  ���2601  24 tt Sutler 225 Volvo with 28C  leg. Fully equipped. $11,700 OBO  8857575. H25cn  18 It. Canaventure hardtop, 20C  HP, OMC, 7.5 Merc OB, exc  cond, many exlras, $8500 OBO  See at PetroCan, Garden Bay Rd  8 Hwy. 101.8834933.      ��26w  INFLATABLEI  10*2* Achilles, like new, comp. wiih  oars, floor boards, spray skirt, bag,  manual, $550.8853797.   ��28w  28 It. UiUfly libreglass, new motor,  new winch, new carpets, electronic lish finder, lots ol extras.  George 886-9139.      j       asi  24 tt Reinell IAD, hardtop, sunroof.  head, stove, fridge, sleeps 4, well  maintained, ready lo go. Depth  sounder, VHF, CD, etc. incl.  $6,500 OBO. No trailer. 8852213.  ���25cn  22 It Reinell 165 I/O, complete.  883-9598. ��24cn  1984 16.5 Double Eagle 175  Vdvo, 2-18 gal. gas tanks, lead,  power winch, radio, depth  sounder, etc. Excellent condilion.  $16,000,863-9121. ��4cn  1986 21 tt Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin, 6 cyl Mercruiser, 170  hrs on boat, fully equipped lor fishing. Over $30,000 new, asking  $15,500.8852503. SS  Concrete floats, heavy duty 12  lt.X48 ft. and 12 (1.X72 ft, foam  lilled connectable, pressure-treated wood, galvanized fittings. 883-  2637. ��26w  18 ft Sangster, will sell or trade tor  Zodiac. 8852908. ��24w  14 ft Hobie cat, $1400 OBO. 885  5283. ��24w  ning boards, exc. cond. $16,200.  6858364. 12501  Propane system w/tank lor  Chrysler 1977 Fort Fiesta $150.  Needs brakes 1977 Dodge 1/2  Ion, running or parts. Box liner.  883-1175. K5cn  '87 ratazda cab plus pickup, 5 sp,  B2600. Full canopy, liner, exc.  wh��n you  pay for 2 insertion*  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  in either the Monday or Weekender  Edition. Up lo 10 words; 25 cents  far each additional word.  Free: lost, Found & Free  Sun Soil ClaemUimde  $17 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  by Cnssifwd OtSOdllTM * Nor available for commercial advertiser,  Coast Newt  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Mon-Jety laJIHewi WaakantJar  NOON FRIDAY NOON TUISDAY  Gibsons 886-2622 SachatY 885-3930  t'ti  \  ! 20  Coast News, June 14,  1993  I  14 Vi It SktMkum design inboard,  ultra-tagged for sailing, $950 OBO.  6855369. <24w  Used OMC leg. Complete 120 HP  OMC/Merc. engine, 0 hrs. with  OMC stern drive, very low hrs.  Beth prof, rebuilt All access, ind.  SeH as a unit or separately. Must  ���24w  19 II. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust man-  Hold, $3500.886-3457. SS  1981 17.5 Sunrunner w/EZ loader  trailer. V6 OMC tresh waler  moled, 318 hrs. Jefferson 5 color  fish finder. VHF S CB steteo. Auto  bait tank w/timer. dual batteries.  Swim grid w/ladder. 2 yr. ok) canvas top. $10.500.885-3570. ��4w  24 It. Zeta Volvo. V8 280 leg. surveyed, Coast Guard inspected.  883-9149. I24w  Bayliner 24' C/B. rebuilt engine, i  hrs., new upholstery. UHF CS, 2  depth sounders, $12,900 B86-  7255. ss  18 tl. Davidson sailboat. 4 sails, tin  keel. 7.5 Honda. $3000 886-9224  ss  14 H. aluminum sptmgbok & 7 5  Johnson outboard, $t 100. 886-  7193. 424*  16 tt. K&C Thetmogiass. 70 HP  Evmrude. trailer. ��3500 886-3157  I24w  2 bdrm. ftockland Wynd. new floor  coverings, deck. elec. heat, 5  apuis.. ulil. shed. 885-6401. ��4w  Large 3 bdrm. doublewide,  $67,000, pad rental, $230. 886-  3290 weekdays 36pm      I25w  1990 14x70 2 bdrm., 5 appl. 2  decks, $42,000 OBO. Must move.  886-7778. ��28w  77 14x68. stove. Iridge, W/D,  must be moved, $23,500. 886-  7013. ss  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent condition, very  clean, newly painted & renovated  leatunng stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls.  400 sq. tt deck. Iridge 8 slove  included, washer 8 dryer optional.  Excellent location, close to lerry. in  Comeau Trailer Patk 122, 1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad tent  $195 886-8095. $39,900. Call lo  view. TFNs  Single, employed mala, smoker,  no pets, with rets, seeks 1 bdrm.  suite, preferably lurnished, preferably in Sechelt. Urrlurnished Qlbsons suite OK too. Reply lo Box  393, c/o Coast News, Box 460,  Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.     TFNs  Library student working al Gibsons  Library needs accom. Irom June  15-Aug 31, 34 nights/wk. Tracsy  824-0027 or Myrna (library) 686-  2130. ��24cn  Single mother ol 3 seeking 3 or 4  bdrm. house lor July 1. $800 max.  866-9776. ��25w  2 or 3 bdrm. on watertront anywhere on Peninsula tor 10 days in  July. Call Shirley in Powell River.  4856636. >25w  Family seeks small rural home  w studio. Lease prelerred, $350-  $450. starting July. 886-0475.  ���24w  ttCHUT MIME  SURVEYS LTD.  Caglaln Ml Murray I  M.C.M.M.C    M N A M S.|  M A B v c    ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  t8 tt. Davidson sailboat. 6 HP  o/board. eac. tamily day sailer,  lines lead alt. S3295.885-4797.  ��24w  1975 - 50 HP Johnson o/board  two prices: numoer one, as is,  $1000; price number two. installed  on your beet with a 60 day svartan-  ry. $1300. 865-9328. >24w  16 It. F/G Volvo I/O tandem axle  trailer. $3800.883-2297        ss  23 It. Sabrectafl 165I/O Merc. 20  aux. depth sounder head, stove.  $8500 OBO. 865-3784. ss  24 It. Cabin Cruiser, new  Merc motor and leg, head propane  stove, sleeps 4, $5500.883-9253.  ss  Ranger 22, VHF 5 sails, very last,  sleeps 4. Gary Mull design $4200.  886-3490, 1-977-7349 loll-lree  pager. ss  Coronado 15, trailer, similar to  Laser, nice sailboat $1600. 866-  3490.1-977-7349 loll-free pager,  ss  Hobie Cat 16 sailboat, trailer, nice  boat, ��$1700. 886-3490, 1-977-  7349 toll-free pager. ss  12 ft. aluminum boat $600. 685  7167. ss  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 865-5278.  TFN  Good 12 fl. aluminum boat $600 or  trade? 8657167 ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-3040-50-70 HP 1991-1992  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 863-2456.    TFN  New Park - Nanaimo area. Dlx.  Adult Community. Rents Irom  $235/mo. For delails contact 597-  3322. TFN  $35,900 FP ��� New 2 bdrm. Iront  kitcnen, loaded. 6 only. 597-3322.  TFN  14X70, $22,900. Must be moved.  597-3322. TFN  BUSINESS IN GIBSONS  WISHES TO RENT  COMMERCIAL OFFICE  SPACE IN SECHELT.  Wereqmre600-l000-sq.il.  Please wnte wilh inlormation  on cash/sq. It., length ol lease  required, mainlenance costs,  when available. Reply lo Box  390  c/o P.O. Box 460  Gibsons, B.C.  VON IVO  28. Motorcycles  1992 Honda CR1ZS, mint condition. 2 new lires, lots ol extras.  $3,300. Joe 8858190      12401  300 cc Enduro, exc cond., $1000;  Go-cart, one ol a kind, custom-  built, sale lor kids, $1500. 866-  7655. I25cn  1978 Honda 400, good cond.,  spare bike lor parts $600 takes all.  886-7722 leave message. TFNs  '84 Shadow 500,11.000 ohginal  kms., as new. 885-5692.    ��25w  GSXR 750, low kms., exc. cond.,  $6000 886-7484. SS  '91 Honda CR250. Many exlras.  $3.000.886-4746. SS  '84 Suzuki GS750 EF, blue on  white. $1500.8857584.        ss  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc. cond.,  28720 km, sacrilice $4,500 lirm.  886-9595. ss  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  oilers. 866-8622. SS  1982 Yamaha 650 turbo, very  good cond. 8859512. ss  Gibsons waterlront condo. 2  bdrms, 2 baths, 5 appl's Fantastic  view of Keats 8 Gibsons marina.  Avail. July 1.N/S. $775.886-6881.  ���2601  For June $ July, 1 bdrm. main  floor house. View, cable 8 hydro  ind., $500/mo. No pets. 8864655.  ���26*  Lower Gibsons, 2 bdrm. house,  $650. Pel welconT8.9e0-2739.  ���26w  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  <26tk  REAJ.TYLTD.  Don Sutherland  Waterfront, 2 bdrm.  older home  Franklin Rd., $750/mo.  29.Wanted  to rent  3 bdrm, Robeits Creek to Sechelt.  Rets available. Responsible people. 886-7248. ��25cn  WATERFRONT  New 2 bdrm. with large balcony  and 5 new appl., $800 lv. mess.  686-3013. ���2401  Gibsons housekeeping rooms,  $250-$280. Arthur. 8859659.  ���26w  5 bdrm. home in Langdale. View,  dbl. car garage, dose to tony and  school. To view house lv. name -  phone*. 686-8801 or 8850151.  ��26w  Self-contained 1 bdrm suile. F/P.  laundry, clean $ brighl. Lower Gibsons. Avail July 1. $470/mth 886-  2807. ��26cn  1 bdrm S/C coinage, waterliont.  AH new. $450 p/mo. Suit om peison or quiet couple. Apply 12567  Bargain Harbour Rd, Madeira  Park. ���26cn  AvaU. immediately, 2 bdrm apartment central Gibsons. $575 per  mo. heat incl. Lower Rd, Roberts  Crk., lower floor ol house, 1 bdrm.  $400. Large 2 bdrm townhome,  central location, fridge/stove,  washer/dryer, close to schools.  $800 per mo. Two bdrm side by  side duplex $525 per mo. 3 bdrm  mobile home $675. One bdrm  apartment, central, rent includes  heat 8 hot water. $525. GRANT  REALTY LTD 886-3330.   ��24cn  Pasture lor rent, inquire 883-9974  tor summer. I26w  Watertront 1 bdtm. cabin, Lee Bay.  Pender Harbour, elec. heat, washer/dryer, $400.8B3-9446.   I26w  2 bdrm. view home in Sechelt,  appliances, avail. July 15, $775.  6857168. #24cn  Small trailer, suit  one adult,  Cedars Trailer Park. 6853313.  ���26w  1 bdrm. watertront suites, bright,  clean, laundiy, balcony, etc., $375.  883-9177. ��26w  One bedroom suite, Lower Gibsons, incredible view, close to all  amenities, available immediately.  $525/month. 886-7630.     ��25cn  Avail, immed. Gibsons, spacious 1  bdrm ground level, view. $395 +  1/2 util. 351-0540. ��25cn  Avail, immed. cosy 1 bdrm Gibsons, lacing beautilul garden.  $370* util. 351-0540.      #25cn  2 bdrm. suite, view w/w w/d,  across Gibsons Maiina, $625/mo.  8859737. *    ��25w  2 bdrm. trailer, Cedars Trailer  Court. 885-3313. ��25w  Watertront 1 bdrm. cabin, Lee Bay,  Pender Harbour. Elec. heat, washer/dryer, $400.883-9446.  125*  2 bdtm. main lloor. lower Gibsons.  Spacious, fresh paint, carpets $  drapes, F/P, deck, yard, creek.  July 1, $650.886-9526.     ��25w  Waterview Sdsons, 3 bdrm., 21/2  bath, gatage, i, sundecks, kilchen  with nook, 5 appl., s/d duplex,  $850. 1-296-5215.  Duplex, Selma Park, avail. July 1,  $80O/mo. 8657655. ��25w  Modern 2 Mmuhouse with view  near Secret Cove, 5 appis., 2 fireplaces, $/(M/mo., avail. July 1.  l-^,nop��ls.lwSe8a>2423|t6w  2200 sq. tt, 4 bdrm. home in  Sechelt ck>se to schools, shipping  - paik 11/2 balhs, 4 appl., large  sundeck, 2 car carport, $925/mo.  incl. cebie. 8850196.       Htm  Attention seniors: A small, very  clean 2 bdrm. mobile home,  $48S/mo. Located Wilson ��reek  area. Beautilul park like selling.  Please call 5946720 or lv. mess.  8859513. ��6w  I bdrm. suite, West Sechelt, hydro  induded, avail. July 1.885-5764.  ��26w  Gibsons 2 bdrm., laundry,  $575/mo. plus hydro, July 1.1-  922-1880. ��26w  1 bdrm., view, basement suile.  8650246 or 886-9406 eves.��26w  2 bdrm. mobile on 1/2 acre lol in  Rbts. Ck. 8857950. ��25w  3 bdrm. home in Gibsons, S.  Fletcher, view, avail. July 1. Adult  oriented, appl., rels please. 922-  7836. ��25w  Quiet, convenient West Sechell.  Very clean, bright 3 bdrm. _ den,  3 bath house. Outdoor hot tub,  lully fenced yard, w/w, N/S only.  Rels req., avail. Aug. 1.  $1,000/mo. Call 8855667. ��25w  THEWESTPORT  1 la 2 bdrm apts. available July 1.  Located opposite Gibsons Marina.  Quiel 8 secure. Laundry in bldg.  Easy walking distance to shops $  the beach. From $590.886-3420.  ���25cn  2 bdrm modeman park-like setting,  creek. Near mall. No pets. $675.  686-2454. ��25cn  Large 2 bdrm duplex in Gibsons,  S/S, clean, quiel, 3 appl's. July 1.  $625, discounl lor seniors. No  pels. 1-921-5247. ��25cn  3 bdtm. house Sargeant Bay area  on 6 acres. $775/mo. Chris 988-  7220. #24w  Monthly, Weakly, Dally  886-3343  gjj  y*M-\ BCYCNA  -���        ' BsRITlSH  COLUMBIA  ANOYUKON  COMV-JNITY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  NOmknlt QUntflmtA  312  I Yukon  These ads appear in more than 100 community rwrnpapars in B.C.  and reach mom than 3 million readers.  TOPWrj-EANAC^AiLTHEr^^  $195  lor 25  words  83.70 each addkkmal word  ANNOUNCEMENTS  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  GUNNAR   MINES   SAS-  KATCHEWAN30lh Reunion.  Looking lor all former residents ol Gunnar Mines, Saskatchewan. 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Redroolts. 9251251.  ���2501  Sell-contained large 2 bdrm waterlront suite on Porpoise Bay. 5798  M arlne Way. $600/./ Slove 8  fridge. 9859343 Vancouver.��25cn  Gibsons 3 bdrm duplex, view, w/w  carpels, 5 appl's, carports. Large  lol. No pets. Avail. July 1.  $800/mo. 8854203 or 562-6032.  ���25cn  New 1 bdrm basement ste. all utilities incl. $495/mth. One min. to  ferry. 8658474 after 6:30. ��24cn  Shared accom. 3 bdrm beautiful  Davis Bay. $400/mth. 885-4664.  ��24cn  Gibsons, new 2 level home, 3  bdrms., 2 1/2 balhs, huge double  garage, $1075/mo. 984-3386.  ��24w  Gibsons, spacious 1 bdim. apartment in 3-yr-old building. Garden  level, 4 appl., walking distance to  all amenities. Avail. July 1, $575  incl. hydro. 296-5215.        ��24w  Residential RV sites, spacious,  landscaped, lull hook-up $20O/mo  incl. etec., ast., cable $ laundromat  avail. Ph: 886-7051 Elphinstone  RV Patk. 96t Cemetery Rd.*24cn  Cozy Home, large room, hot tub,  $395 ind. utilities. Ideal for student  or tradesman. 8853779.   $24cn  Davis Bay, newly decorated, spacious, 2 bdrm. with view, $750/mo.  Avail. July 1, refs. 685-3433.��24w  Spacious neat new 3 bdrm.  duplex, 2 1/2 baths, 6 appl., upper  Gibsons. Exc. location, near  schools $ shopping, N.P. Rels.  req., avail, immed. $625. 885-  9540. ��26w  New 3 level, 2 bdrm. N/S house,  W/D, D/W, 11/2 baths, huge deck.  Sept. 1-June 30. $950/mo. 886-  7955. (24w  Shared accommodations avail.,  $350/mo. 8866309 alt. 6pm.��25w  1 bdrm. house, 2 appl., Gibsons  near marina, $510/mo. avail,  immed. 6850923. ��25w  2 bdrm. duplex, upper Gibsons,  view, avail. July 1, $600. 683-  5781. ��25w  Immaculate 2 bdrm. house, lire-  place, carport incl. all appliances  on Browning Rd.. $790: also 2  bdrm., main level in Wilson Creek,  $750. Call 8850432. TFN  Gibsons: Furnished bachelor suite  avail, immediately. One bedroom  suite avail. July 1.886-2202.��24w  Looking lo rent a house or willing  to exchange my apartment house  located in Montreal for a house or  apartment localed on Ihe Sunshine  Coast between August 1-21. Ask  lor Martin 6657483. TFN  Gibsons, 3 bdrm., 2 baths, F/P  insert, decks, 3 app., $650 plus;  also 1 bdrm., soaker tub, bright,  deck, $500 plus. Arthur 885-9859.  ���25w  i  Waiertront 1 bdrm apt. in Secret  Cove. NS, no pets, $450. Lv.  mess. 8859368. TFN  Instructors  Eco Tourism .Program  Malaspina College Is accepting  applications for these part-time positions (3 hrs/week/course), Auguat/93-  July/94, to teach Marine Travel,  Outdoor Skills Development, Food &  Beverage Servtcee, Wilderness First Aid,  Communications, Tourism Products. A  Bachelor's Degree tn the appropriate  discipline and demonstrated recent  teaching experience ta preferred.  Forward applications for Competition  No. 03-3063 before 1:00 p.m. Friday,  June 18, 1993 to: Director of  Personnel, 800 Fifth Street, Nanaimo,  B.C. V9R 886. Fax: (004) 788-8702.  e equal Opparrtunlts, Kmploj/aar  0 aaaaofca fuss. Week awlraanmamt  Nanaimo Campus  900 Filth Sireel  Nanaimo, B.C.  V9R5S5  'Malaspina  T*ycollege   WILSON CREEK watetiouse/shop  space, 2,250-6,000 II. $6 per It  net. Olfice space $500 ��� 3,000 It.  SECHELT: Shop approx 1,35011.  Good exposure. $875 net. Ollice  1,15011. 3 offices + recept. $750  gross. GRANT REALTY 886-3330.  ���24CN  721 Wl  nnRoacL  1,000 sq.  A. ol office  spool avail  able, July Isl;  offices car  be  rented  individually. For mote ink.  or to view  call lento at  872-0284  9:00-4:30,  Mon. to Fri  or 941-3036  eves.  1,000-5,000 sq It central corner  location (Whart $ Hwy 101). 732-  9746. ��25cn  For Renl ��� Seamount Industrial  Park, light industrial, service commercial, up to 2,000 sq ft, 10' ceiling, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq tt  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 888-2663 days, 886-9075  eves. TFN  Davis Bay/Wilson Cieek Hall available. Wheelchair facilities. 885-  2752or885-9653. TFN  Industrial workshop avail, immed.,  Gibsons, 750 sq. It. unit, $475/mo.  9216751. TFN  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Vvonne 886-  7815. TFN  Bookkeeper lor small one man  business to trial balance. Phone  8857833 eves. ��26w  ���SUBUJR^  We are currently  seeking a motivated,  hard working individual  tor an Ass't Mgr.  position. Excellent  communication and  inter-personal skills as  well as experience in  last-food or public  service are essential.  Opportunity lor advancement on our  management team  exists. Only those with  an eagerness to learn  and a career goal of  food services management need apply.  Drop off or mail  resume with references and salary  expectations to:  Subway, Sunnycrest  Mall, RR#2 S48 C27,  Qibsons, B.C. VON  1V0. Att'n J. Tanner.  No phone calls please.  Models, al varieties ot body types  needed lor lile drawing dasses in  Gibsons. 8859665. TFNs  Kitchen helper lor girls camp,  Sechelt. Thurs., June 17 lo Sal.,  Aug. 7. Ideal lor high school student .. Please contact 734-1307  snd leave message.       ��24cn  Summer Employment  Construction Aggregates Ltd. is  seeking a summer student (university sludent prelerred) lo assist  with record-keeping, local sales  and vanous secretarial duties. This  temporary lull time position is  eflective immediately. Please  apply in person to: Construction  Aggregates Ltd., 5784 Sechelt  Inlet Rd., Sechelt, BC.       ��24w  Desperados now accepting applications lor all posilions. Mon t  Tues, June 14 815.10 am - 4 pm.  885-9319. ��24cn  Retail sales clerk wanted. Reliable,  conscientious, sell-motivated pet-  son with P.O.S. computer expenence lor busy retail hardware  store. Apply with resume to Landing Home Hardware, Gibsons..  ��25cn  The Rockwood Cenlre StoryTelling  Festival is a three day weekend  event in October and features storytellers, workshops and performances. Applications are now  being accepted for Festival Operations Manager, Fundraiser and  Administrative Assistant. All  positions will be lor a 16 week  period beginning June 30, 1993.  Applicants should have an interest  and background in the arts and  musl be currently collecting Unemployment Insurance. Address  applications to The Selection Committee, c/o The Rockwood Cenlre,  Box 767, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0.  Deadline June 18. ��� ���' ���   ��24cn  Food industry manufacturers representative needed. New meat  product requires Sunshine Coast  representation. Protected territory -  great add-on product. Reply Box  394, Coast News, Gibsons. ��25cn  Meals on Wheels needs volunteer  drivers once a week, lor 2 hrs. Join  this vital community program. You  can make the difference! Call 885-  5144. Ask lor Dana.        ��25cn  PROMOTIONS OFFICER  Experienced house painter, wages  negotiable. Ken Derkach 886-  0901. ��24cn  GRIPS - Garbage Recycling in  Pender Society seeks a reliable  student to assist al our recycling  depot starting June 21. For information call 883-2948 or 863-9043  by June 15. ��24cn  People with knowledge ol physical  fitness to woik as personal fitness  advisors. Resumes to SUA, C1,  RR4, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0J26w  Immediate lull-time employment  avail, lor energetic, self-motivated  short order cook. May apply at  Gramma's Pub between 3 lo 5 pm,  Mon.-Thurs. TFN  Full time/part time greenhouse  help needed, Pender Harbour.  883-9910. ��24cn  Garden Bay Pub - experienced  short order cook: also cleaning  person needed. 883-2674. ��25w  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED -Women  leaders are needed fot an international girls (ages 9-12) organization. Full training will be provided.  Friends ol the Sechell Library are  looking lor supporters ol Ihe library  who can be involved in upcoming  lun events. Drivers are slill needed lor Meals on Wheels. A sile  manager is needed lor a one-day  summer festival in Sechelt.. For  these and more opportunities call  the Volunteer and Information  Centre at 8655981. TFN  Gibsons law olfice requires pan  time computer consultant lor Nov-  elle and MS DOS computer configuration in network environment.  886-2207. ��25cn  Receptionist one day a week.  Reply to Box 396, c/o Coast News,  Box 460, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  ���24w  ' Part time experienced ocean  ' kayak guide. First aid necessary.  8858440. ��24w  COA to work Saturdays. Please  cal Dt. Dan Kingsbury. 886-4535.  ��4w   I  Assart* products at home. Variety of work. Excellent pay. Call  amazing 24 hr. RECORDED message lor free delails (604) 623-  2380 Exl A74. TFN  Assemble light products Irom ',  home. Excellent Income. Call ;  amazing 24-hour RECORDED  message lor Iree details. (604) ;  623-2380 Ext. ��A74 (not a direct  hirer). tfn '.  EASY ASSEMBLY any hours, ���  $339.84 week, family of 3 earnsI  $4417.92 monthly. 24 hour hot- '.  line. 801-379-2985. Copyright;  ���BC0I0452. ��26cn -  35.Business &  Home Service:  Kwlk Kerb landscape, edging. Free -  estimates. 885-0678.       ��26cn r,  Carpentry renovation and repair. '  20 yrs. experience. Call Steve  8866763. ��25w  Reliable, Efficient, Painting, ;  Renovations - Reasonable Rates,'  relerences available. Anytime K.P.*  Poilras 886-7374. ��25w  Seberry Services  Carpet and Upholstery cleaning.  Special 1 room, $29.50. any size.  Reliable and reasonable. Call Rick ]  885-9899. ��25w '���  SAMUEL H.GRIMES  PAINTING $ DECORATING     ,  Qualified Tradesman.  Free Estimates.  8864407  I24w  Village Gardener  Weeding, lawn mowing, house sitting, or any odd jobs. 886-8529, ��� '  ���24*   .  Free Estimates  Firm Prices  Bruce Fraser  8854576  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  Renovations, Repairs, Additions'  and outbuildings. Rot _ insect  damage. 885-6070. ��5w ..  WORD  PROCESSING  'Laser Printer*  Sunshine Office  Services  Phone/Fax  885-6390  House cleaning service tor senior  and disabled adulls. Bonded,:,  supervised employees. Estab- ,  lished non-profil organization.-,  Phone 885-5144. ��25w  Cheryl & Al's t Kids, Home 8  Yard Can House cleaning. Lawn;  culling. Trimming, Rototilling OR? -  Babysitting. For into 885-6251.     ,,'  ���26w ,  Quality Woodwork  Home Remodelling, Finishing  We look at all pbs big or small...  For prompt, quality work at an !  allocable price, call Art Glee--?  brecht8853372. ��24w ���'  Have Mowers Will Travel jrjl  Too busy to keep the grass cut? {  Reasonable, reliable, quality work, j  Yes, I do windows, too! Call Gall J.  685-0737. ��24w  E&EHal  PHOTOGRAPHY LAB  CUSTOM  Cotour&BW  TUES-SAT10-5  BETTY DEMARCE  287 Gower PI. Rd,  Gibsons Landing  B  Recovery Painting *  Interior, Exterior, and Industrial. ���'  Responsible $ Guaranteed. Call-"  Jm 886-0243. ��24w  ..._i .:-.���;.- Coast News, June 14, 1993  21  WWow sjaerdsn Service  Experienced ��� reasonable ��� rtrli-  \7USn��iuSptti*U4u\  deanup. Rob 8853232.    ��4w  WHEELER  ELECTRIC  LOOSTOLUMm  NRTMUIANOUW  MUSRVKXIMU  COiWTOYOWHWHIiTY  TOCUtYOUmOOS.  ���ri-M ���������-oaro  RESIDENTIAL &  COMMERCIAL  886-3700  C��l.328-6927  Uwn/Hedge cutting, moving/Hauling, windows/Eavestroughs.  Man/men available P/T, casual or  regular basis. Reliable, relerences.  686-3822. ��24w  UWN AND GARDEN  Specializing in gardening and  lawn maintenence  - Pruning ��� Trimming ��� Fertilizing ���  Gatden Clean-up  Commercial & Residenlial  8850180rv. mess.  *sttb'sl*a����ng��Re��riovels  Top son, gravel, sand, manure. 1-  10 yrds. tubbish removal. 885-  4804. ��24w  GENERAL  CONIRACHNG  SITE MANAGEMENT  FORMING: FRAMING  RENOVATIONS: SUNDECKS  PLUMBING    i  EVES.M6-7309  Are You Wanting  Your Business  To PROSPER!  Strategic Business  Contultlng  Available Al  Reasonable Rale.  TEL: 886-2596  IjiMVHedge cutting, rtxwinrj/Haul-  Ing, windows/Eavestroughs.  Man/men available P/T, casual or  regular basis. ReHable, relererices.  886-3822. ��24w  Experienced, reliable watchman  available nights i weekends. 885-  5937*56 message. ��24w  One ton truck lor hire. Will do pressure washing. Reasonable rates.  8852106. MOW  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton trixk available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maititenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  8853917. TFNs  Complete Bobcat Services  Excavating-Backfilling  Retaining Walls-Trenching  Lar��*s*��r*CorWra>*n  Dralnege  18 month old needs playmate.  Phone Grandma 8857490.��4cn  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  8 HUSQVARNA  FOREST ft GARDEN  WODUCTS  Forest & Garden  Dealerships  available tor Sechelt  Call Dorhn at  Tideline Marine  885-4141  SERIOUS INQOiRIES ONLY  Renovating?  Adding on?  Need repairs?  Certified Journeyman Carpenter.  EXPERIENCEOCARPtafTER  15 years experiehce, lirm rates,  Iree esttmates, no k* too small or  txlarge.Bruce8859576.   TFN  Man seeking work - lull lima or  part time, printing, mechanically  inclined and Class 5. John 886-  2231. ��25w  Experienced trained homecare  worker, good rales, excetait rels.  886-3363. *___.  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard dean up, light moves, odd  jobs, quick, Irtendiy service. 888-  9694,326-1811 caH. ���28w  Food industry manulactursrs representative needed. New meat  product requires Sunshine Coasl  rsptiwentation Protected territory -  greal add-on product. Reply Box  394, OxistNews, Glbaons. ��25cn  Have your own business, woik  your own hours, selling exquisite  fashion iewelry by an all CanerJIan  company. CHI Linda 986-5178 or  Teresa 489-2664. ��6w  Firsl Chge. mortgage wanled.  $13,000,10 yr term. Property  value $150,000. Reply Box E, c/o  Box 68, Sechelt. ��4cn  Brad 886-98-52  ���25cn  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Umbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranleed  Work. Free estimates. 8652109.   TFN  KELLY'S SERVICES  Ser-tlc tank pumping, portable toilet rentals. Call anytime. 888-2342  or ce�� 220*5261. #31 w  "SEBERRY SERVICES"  Lawns cut, need whacking windows and gutter cleaning. Call  Rick. 8859699. ��26cn  Certified 'A' welder would like lo  relocate. Message 1-291-7599.  ���28w  Two adorable happy children  (aged 2 8 7 months) require lull  time sitter beginning end of June  lor summer months. Call 886-  7872. ��25cn  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  'ant War*  JdeMenence  ���4ns, Jot,  .OK CALL DOU IT AU  -886-4788  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets ��� Upholstery  fWtllfULTRlJCk-  MOUNTEDEOUPMEIir  KTraSSBlE RESULTS  JUSTASK/sTOWC  Licensed Altar School Care  St. Bart's Hall  Inear Gibsons Elementary)  Foa-AsjeiS-v  uoam now km strtvmu  886-2064  Want an opportunity lo become  Irrvolved in n-*twort( martteting wttth  no quotas, no Inventory, bonuees  paid weekly 8 more? 8850301.  new  Notice to Frank Leung. Pick up  your vehicle Irom my properly by  July 3,1993 or II will be sold at a  public auction. ��25cn  MINI  STORAGE  885-0333  Notice Board Jft  Ongoing events must be updated monthly  We merve the right lo edit submissions larr brevity  All submissions should refer to man-profit events  of genuine community interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior to the event.  Tired of trying to keep up with your  bookkeeping? Phone 8850476.  ���24w  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, dralt-  , tree estimales. Relerences  '"'��eWS4e3.        TFNs  Light hauling, yard and baserrtent  clean-ups. Seniors discount.  Norm. 886-9503. ��5cn  Mountainside pressure washing,  an surfaces. Free estimates. 885  6159 Shawn eves.        ��25cn  Kiddie Cal Daycare Centre has  openings lot children 29 mos. lo 6  yrs. Certified stall wMrst aid, lun  learning environment. Daily outside play, walks, large lenced yard  and undercover outdoor play  area. Open 7:30 am to 6 pm. 885-  7758. ��24w  Ea^enced nanny avail. June 19  lor live-in position. Leave message  8858034 after 5:30pm.    $24cn  MINI STORAGE  LOCKERS  SECHELT'GIBSONS  U LOCK INC.  Gibsons: 886-8460  Sechelt: 885-6422  On Site Wntutftmtat  MONDAY, JUNE 14  FootaVel et the Written Arte Car Raffle:  Laat day lo purchase tickets. Available  Irom any festival representative or Coast  Nam oHioes. Draw data: June 15. Into:  885-0631.  Sunahlne   Coaat   Home   Based  Buainaaa Aseoclatlon monthly maating,  7-9 pm, l^ksvood Lodge. Speaker Pam  McKinnon, Sunshine Coaat Buainaaa  Development Centra. Diacuasion:  Customer Relations. Into: Richard Currie,  8854215.  TUESDAY, JUNE 11  Talatlierae Pioneers coffee party. Wharf  Raataurant, Davie Bay. g am-11 am. Into:  865-3130.  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1*  Sunahlne Ceeet Heme Support  Society annual general meeting, 7:30  pm, Board Room, Teredo Square, 5710  Teredo St., Sechell.  B.C. tchlsophranla Society. Sunshine  Coaet Branch "Sharing 8 Caring' Support  Qroup maating at Julie's, 804 Cascade  Cr., Creekeide Eslatee, Qabeone. For Into  or rtda: 866-3534.  THURSDAY, JUNE 17  techs* Pre-��chool Open House 8 pre-  regietrallon for September season, algn-  upa lor eummar session, and a chance  lor kids to meat tha teachers. 7 pm. Into:  Julia, 885-0606.  S.C. Twin Club parents' maating, 8 pm,  Dora Dempster's. Address 8 directions:  886-4746 or B85-7679.  Seohelt Indian Band Land Claim  Forum, 4-9 pm, Ravan'a Cry Theatre.  Open houaa 8 displaya, 3 pm. Public  invited to attend 8 learn about how tha  land claim will aftect our community.  FRIDAY, JUNE IS  Frlanda ol Caren Annual General  Maating and elections, 7:30 pm, Pender  Harbour Lions Park Hall. Into: 883-2807.  SATURDAY, JUNE 18  St Mary'a Hoapltal Auxiliary. Gibsons  Branch Branch Oarage Sale, 10 am-2  pm,  1864 Weat Raid Rd., behind  Sunahlne Coast Nursery.  Order ot tha Eastern Star, Elphinstone  Chapter 465 Strawberry Taa, 11 am-2  pm, Masonic Hall, Roberts Creek. Mini  bazaar, door prizes, drawa. Adulte $2,  children $1. Info: Audrey Kneale, 885-  9614.  SL John'a United Church presents Alice  Horetnan t Iriends 4th annual concert, 8  pm. Tlcketa $8. Davla Bay Rd. 8  SlmpMna.  SUNDAY, JUNE 20  Festival Concert Seriea presents tha  Vancouver Youth Symphony Orchestra. 2  pm, Rockwood Centra. Tickets $12 at  Festival Box Ollice. Into: 885-0631.  SL John's United Church preeente Alice  Horsman & triende 4th annual concert, 2  pm. Tickets $8. Davie Bay Rd. 8  Simpkine.  ���THURSDAY, JUNE 24  Satety Poster Coatee! Display, to mark  Canadian Occupational Heallh 8 Safely  Weak, June 20-28, Trail Bay Mall,  Saehelt. Sponaorad by Howe Sound Pulp  8 Paper emptoyeee.  FRIDAY, JUNE 21  Satety Poeter Contaat Display, to mark  Canadian Occupational Health 8 Satety  Weak, June 20-28, Sunnycrest Mall,  Qlbaona. Sponaorad by Howe Sound  Pulp 8 Paper emptoyeee  SATURDAY, JUNE 28  Salaly Bike Rodeo, to mark Canadian  Occupational Health 8 Salaly Weak, lor  ���gee up to 12 yrs.. Qabeone Fire Station,  10 am-noon. Sponeored by Howe Sound  Pulp 8 Paper employees.  SUNDAY, JUNE 27  eatery tw Oft-Read Motertead Blkaa. to  mark Canadian Occupational Health 8  Satety Weak, Chaster Road Fire Station,  10 am-2 pm. Sponaorad by Howe Sound  Pulp 8 Paper employees. Bring bikes &  parenta.  THURSDAY, JULY 1  Sunahlne Coaat Twin Club play group  cancelled due to holiday.  Canada Day Family Celebration,  Dougal Park, Qlbaona. Official opening  11am.  SATURDAY JULY 1  Fourth Annual Malaspina Regatta -  "round tha buoya" race In Malaspina  Straits at tha mouth of Pander Harbour  followed by BBQ at newly-developed  Garden Bay Marina Park. 863-2689.  SUNDAY, JULY 4  Faatlval Concert Sarlaa praaanta tha  Ramcotf Trio, 2 pm, Rockwood Centra.  Tickets $12 at Festival Box Office. Info:  885-9631.  Sandcaalle Contact, i pm, Davie Bay.  Everyone welcome. Sponsored by Trail  Bay Merchants.  MISCELLANEOUS  Coaet-Qartbaldl Health Unit: Effective  immediately, tha health unit's new phone  number Is 886-5600. 26  Elphinstone Plonaar Museum, 716  Winn Rd., across from Post Ollice,  Qlbeons. Displaya are constantly  changing. Wheelchair accessible.For  hours ol opening or to book a tour 886-  8232.  laaaa: June 15 6 22,7-8 pm,  Sechell Health Centra. To regieter: 866-  5600. Claaase till up quickly.  Pander Harbour Aquatic ��� Fltneaa  Centre The centre leckraed'til Sept. 11.  Sunahlne Coaet Arte Centre proaanla  Deareee ol Inlenelly, eculpture by Kay  Bonathan. through June 30: Wad-Sat, 11  am -4 pm; Sun, 1-4 pm.  Sunshins Art Studio: July 4-Aug. 27, 1  waek sessions of painting, drawing 8  mora. For children 5-13 years. Davla Say  Wiieon Creek Community Hall. Pra-raoai-  ler June 27, 2-5 pm or call 8866762 or  866-2993.  Parent-Tot Drop-In 8 Summer  Advonturaa 'SI: tha Parent-Tot Diop-ln  In SachaM 6 Wilson Croak la closed and  will re-open the tirel waek ol October. Tho  Qlbeons Drop-In will remain open until  June 22 on Tuaadaya 6 Thuradaye  (Thursday program to bo cancelled H  attendance too low). Inio: Karen Scott,  8864648 or Community Services, 885-  5881. Summer AdveMtme will again ba  ottered In the Gibsone ana - a program  ol 6 outdoor adventures in July 8 August  for parent, a children 1-S yrs. old. Choice  ol Tuesday or Thursday. Coal: 830 to be  paid at ragletratton. Limited to 20 tami.ee  per day. Regieter at Qlbaona In June or  call Karen Scott, 866-8648.  MONDAYS  Adult Children ot Aleahollca/Dya-  tgiwMonal FamSlee meete 7:30-6 pm,  St. Mary's Church Hall, Glbaone 28  TUESDAYS  "Living With Cancer" Support Qroup  meala every other Tuesday. Kirkland  Centre, Davla Bay, 1 pm. Into 885-5661  or 8864369.  WEDNESDAYS  Sunahlne Taaetmeatere meetings al  7:30 pm at Chatelech Secondary, Room  115. Learn leadership, communication  and public speaking skMc. Everyone welcome,  THURSDAYS  sc's Weight Loae Support Qroup  meets afternoons 12:30-2:30pm, cat 886-  2692, and avaninga 6:3O-8:00pm, call  886-7159, al tha United Church,  aiasstord Rd., Qlbaona.  Co-Dependency Qroup lor people living  with an active alcoholic or drug addict, 6-  8 pm, thiough July 1. Into: 885-5660.  FRIDAYS  Qlbsons United Church Thrift Shop, 1-3  im, in basement, rear of church, Truman  26  PS  WHEN YOU SEE NEWS HAPPENING,  CALL 886-2622 OR 885-3980  \l\\ \RC\M)  885-0230  111 YOUR HANWMAN  Porches, Additions, Rernodelling,  Soiariums, No jab too small. BUI at  888-0380 or 24 hr. pager 1-977-  6502. TFN  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bettitubs, sinks, balhs and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 883-  2978. TFN  STORES PAINTO  �� WALLPAPERING  FREE ESTIMATES  885-7838  WINDOW CLEANING  Cot-st wide- Iree estimales- have  lets. Please leave message. Ron  885-5066. jMcn  MASTMtWMaVTION  SERVICES  Complete tertovalions. finish car-  penny, concrete work, retaining  walls, seplic fields, landscaping,  mini excevstot, Bruce. 885-9908.  ���2501  PAINTING  Interior, Exterior.  ResktenSali  . Caananarcial. Small  k |obs a specialty,  yiawxtortanship  aVYdmaaerlals-estmaleslree  jUsk.  Carpcartter. B.C. Varcoe. 885-7977.  ���2501  HOUSE 8 BOAT CLEANING.  Honesl, dependable and hard  waking. 8850198.        ��26cn  Carpal 8 lino installations 8  rap-sis. 885-3191. I25cn  Concrete ��� Specializing In driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, exposed  *4yegale. 686-8095      TFNs  aVMMCoMfeu-*on  and LaVMaacapaiQ  ' lawn and garden can' Ponds:  waler gardens * Can 1840 Skid  Steer Loader' Cedar Decks:  PMkrs'BB 885-5448,970-2019.  ���26w  INVITATION  TO TENDER  Sealed Tenders tor  supply and installation ot  a multlplate corrugated,  galvanized steel Arch  Culvert at the Husdon  Creek Crossing ot the  Sechell/Airport Forest  Service Road will be  received by the Ministry  ot Forests at 7077  Duncan Street Powell  River British Columbia  VBA 1W1 until 3:00 p.m.  on June 30,1993.  All enquiries should be  made to Trent Meyer or  Glenn Allen, Ministry of  Forests, Sunshine Coast  Forest District Powell  River Ollice. Phone 485-  0700 Fax 485-0799.  Contract particulars are  available Irom the District  Manager, 7077 Duncan  Street, Powell River,  British Columbia VSA  1W1. Telephone No.  485-0700 or 1975 Field  Road Sechelt, British  Columbia, Telephone  No. 885-5174.  Tenders must be  completed on Ihe lorm  and submitted In the  envelope supplied In  accordance with the  conditions ol lender.  No tender shell be  consldsred which  contains any qualifying  clauses whatsoever.  Site viewing Is considered mandatory and is  scheduled for 08:30  hours on June 23, 1993  at the Sechelt Field  Olfice, 1975 Field Road,  Sechelt.  Transportation to site will  be responsibility of the  Tenderers.  INVITATION  TO TENDER  Sealed Tenders for  Culvert Installation and  Rock Removal to  maintain surface and  ditching on the Sechelt  Foreat Service Road will  be received by the  Ministry ol Forests at  7077 Duncan Street  Powell River British  Columbia VBA 1W1 until  3:30 p.m. on June 30,  1993.  All enquiries should be  made to Trent Meyer or  Glenn Allen, Ministry of  Forests, Sunshine Coast  Forest District Powell  River Office. Phone 485-  0700 Fax 485-0799.  Contract particulars are  available from the District  Manager, 7077 Duncan  Street, Powell River,  British Columbia VSA  1W1. Telephone No.  485-0700 or 1975 Field  Road Sechelt, British  Columbia, Telephone  No. 885-5174.  Tenders must be  completed on the form  snd submitted In the  envelope supplied In  accordance with the  conditions of tender.  No tsnder shall be  considered which  contains any qualifying  clauses whatsoever.  Thc lowest or any  Tender will not  necessarily be accepted.  Site viewing ie  consldsred mandatory  snd Is scheduled for  08:30 hours on June 24,  1993 at ihe Sechell Field  Office, 1975 Field Road,  Sechelt.  Transportation to site will  be responsibility of the  Tenderers.  YES!  Since 1945 lhe Coast News has been recoiding  the history of out community...  YOU GET WHAT  YOU PAY FOR.a.  and it pays io advertise  in the  ^7UCT��r*mre .elaffawtrCTr;  Special Interest Iditorials  Tbe Coast News' strength is our  special interest editorials, addressing  issues and events unique to the  Sunshine Coast. Our community  columns, generated by local  residents, attract the reader's  attention and enhance the exposure  of advertising messages.  Awards lor Excellent-*  The Coast News has won 5 awards  from the Canadian Community  Newspapers Association and 10  awards from the British Columbia  and Yukon Newspapers Association  in the past 4 years, for both  advertising and editorial excellence.  91% Readership  81% of Sunshine Coast respondents  read every issue of The Coast News  (an additional 5% read 3 out of 4,  another 5% read at least 2 out of 4;  resulting in a 91% following).  Influence on Consumer  Activities and Shopping  Decisions  68% of homes keep The Coast News  4 days or longer; receiving the paper  in good time to influence weeldy  activities and shopping decisions.  32% of respondents keep it In thc  home for 6 to 7 days.  Source: Decitna Research Local Market Survey  ���  !  fli  1  For the Best Results call  886-2622 or 885-3930  The Coast News  Our 48th year of Serving the Sunshine Coast 22  Coast News, June 14, 1993  'News photographer scoops national awards  Coast News photographer Joel Johnstone has struck again, snapping up two  awards in Ihe Canadian Community Newspaper Association's annual Better Newspapers Competition.  Judged by journalists working in Ihe  communily newspaper industry, Johnstone's keen eye and technical skill earned  third place award for feature pholo and sec  ond place for spoils photo among newspapers across Canada with a weekly circulation between 4,000 and 12.499.  Johnstone has previously won first place  in the feature category (1991) for an Earth  Day shot of a child blowing a bubble  against a backdrop map of the world. He  has been photographer with the Coast News  since 1990.  NEW?  On.  aftaflabV   -���    Bride Of bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL USI  Helen Milburn      SI6-8676  Non Nanson        tM-8676  Ruth Bulpit M5-5M7  Rosemarie Cook   815-5821  Coast News photographer Joel Johnstone won  second place in the 1992 CCNA better  newspaper competition for the sports photo  above, and third for the feature photo to the left.  #3  SEPTIC TANK  MAINTENANCE  ��� Failure to maintain system may result In sludge build-up  entering drainage field and destroying It. A health hazard  results.  ��� Consult your local septic tank pumping service or health  department as to how often your tank should be pumped.  ��� Usual recommendations: every 3 to 5 years.  ��� Warning signs may include excessive odor from roof vent  pipes, or any change in function of plumbing system.  This Information Series Presented by:  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES LTD.  Septic Tank Pumping Sen/Ices seivlng Gibsons.  Sechelt, Pender Harbour areas.  886-7064 (collect)  A  District school building plans  geared for year 2000 population  by Darah Hansen  Education on the Sunshine Coast is going to  look a whole lol different than it does now should  the district's future facilities plan pass a final ministry overview expected sometime next spring.  A summary of the report, prepared by a Vancouver consultant firm, was issued      publicly at Tuesday night's school  board meeting. It outlines the final  recommendations for the district lo  accommodate the population boom  anticipated by the year 2000.  The report bases its recommendations for wide-ranging expansion to  existing schools and construction of  new buildings on population projections showing the Coast has one of  the highest growth rates in BC - 24  per cent between 1986 and 1991.  "It is highly probable that several       olher factors such as the development  of West Sechelt and Gospel Rock, or the probable  provision of a fasl ferry service to Vancouver, will  increase the school populations... All indications  are that the growth will continue, and accelerate, in  the future," the report reads.  The most significant school enrolment increases  are expected at both Chatelech and Elphinstone  high schools, by as much as 99.S per cent and  127.1 per cent respectively by the year 2000. The  overall student growth in the district will increase  by 57.5 per cent, the report estimates.  To accommodate that number, district trustees  voted recently to approve a proposal that will see  the construction of new schools and a basic  restructuring of traditional grade groupings. The       district will house a total of 16  schools, nine elementary (K-5)  The most schools, four intermediate (6-9)  significant school Ijjj^i-JT 8enior *condluy  enrolment  increases are  expected at both  Chatelech and  Elphinstone high  schools  The one exception is Madeira  Park which will continue with two  schools, K-7 and 8-12.    % ,\>'.  A concern was raised by Inislnis  about the potential for fragmentation  of grade levels invited by the plan:  However, most were content tMi  alternative will give the district the      most flexibility to deal with the  steadily increasing district student  population.  The total budget necessary for planned expansions, renovations and constructions of new  schools is estimated at $45.7 million.  Broken down, the plan allows for $35 million to  be set aside for the construction of intermediate  schools; $5.3 million to rebuild Madeira Park Elementary; $5.4 million for renovations to existing  elementary schools. '  Tiial to hear teacher indecency charges  @*mstrong  ��i  by Darah Hansen  A trial date has been set for a  former Sunshine Coast high  school counsellor facing charges  of gross indecency in connection with a former student from  another district.  The case against Murlin K.  Beltain, 53, presently of Surrey,  is set for December 14, 1993 in  New Westminster provincial  court.Beltain made her first  appearance in court Wednesday  Billing  Third World  water needs  Money raised in response lo  leaflets included with local  water bills this year could help  bring clean water to a Third  World hospital used by more  than 300 people and 200 additional households.  WaterCan, a Canadian international development organization which works on clean  water projects, is hoping to raise  enough money to drill a deep  water well at Chau Than Hospital in Vietnam. Currently, hospital workers carry water in  buckets from a dirty canal.  According lo WaterCan figures, since leaflets were first  sent out with Sunshine Coast  regional district bills in 1989,  more than $7,000 has been  donated by Coast residents.  For every dollar donated,  WaterCan also receives a $4  donation from government.  Jim Gurney, chair of the  public utilities committee, said  including the leaflets doesn't  cost anything, so it's surprising  how many local jurisdictions  don't participate in the program.  June 9. No plea has been  entered.  Beltain was named last  month as the woman who  allegedly carried on a sexual  relationship with a female student during her time as a New  Westminster high school counsellor and sports coach in the  late 1970s. At the time, the  alleged victim, now 32, was 16  and 17 years old.  Beltain, who subsequently  taught on the Coast, was known  in this district as Merle Ann  Bottaro. She legally changed her  name to Murlin Beltain in October of 1992.  Bottaro worked as a school  counsellor for both Chatelech  and Elphinstone high schools  spanning Ihe years 1981 to  1991. During that time, she also  taught French classes and  coached a high school girls' volleyball team. #*���  Thank You!  CHANNEL ELEVEN FOR AD  q0b Thrifty's  HELP THa��  Donations    SSS-S4SI or loi SM  Juel6th  Member of  ALLIED...  The Careful Movers  LOU  DISTANCE  MOVING  We  can move you  ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD  LEI WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local ft Long Matane* Moving  HWY. 101, QIBSONS    '^St^SST  M6-2664  Now's the time for a new Armstrong floor. Act  now and take advantage of exciting cash rebates  direct from Armstrong. 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