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 ^^jP^i---'���...   raisanVEUBRARY   '   ��l  Parfanfcat BuildJ-.~  Victoria, B.C. va  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED     1945  June 7,1993 Volume 47 Issue 23  Robbery  motive  suspected  in Tibb  murder case  by Darah Hansen  New information has been released surrounding the murder of long-time Earl's  Cove resident Harold R. Tibb.  Sechelt RCMP constable Randy Fisk  confirmed Thursday robbery is believed to  be the motive for the murder of the elderly  man.  Police say Tibb was carrying a substantial amount of money with him at the time of  his disappearance.  Tibb was last seen at the Ship Ahoy cafe  in Sechelt, Monday, May 10, between the  hours of 8:40 am and 10 am in the company  of a woman police describe as a "middle-  aged female acquaintance."  He was later seen entering the passenger  door of a 1980s dark brown, four-door,  Chevrolet Chevette with the same woman  driving.  His own vehicle, a grey Mazda pick-up  truck, was later found unattended in Sechelt.  Fisk declined comment on whether the  woman in the car, or any other suspects, had  been questioned in connection with the  homicide, '  Tibb's body was discovered off a logging  road in Tuwanek May 26, two weeks after  the man had been reported missing.  An autopsy was performed on the body  Monday by the Vancouver Coroner's office.  The cause of death has not been determined.  Though Tibb is reported to have been a  long-time resident of the Pender Harbour  community, neighbours report little information about the man, only that he was quiet  and kept to himself.  His only relative on the Coast is his wife  who is seriously ill in St. Mary's Hospital in  Sechelt.  Police are slill requesting public assistance in the case.  Any one with information regarding Tibb  is asked to contact the Sechelt RCMP  detachment.  Developer Ray Stockwell, with his controversial trailer park in the background. Joel Johnstone photo  Council orders non-compliant trailers gone  by Derek McNaughton  Authorized to "remove or demolish" mobile homes and other trailers  not in compliance with municipal  bylaws, Sechelt councillors pushed  ahead with orders to evict 10 families  living on a property originally zoned  for temporary use.  The land-use dispute, which gained  momentum last year after landowner  Raymond Stockwell was, he says,  refused an extension to operate a trailer park, leaves about 30 people caught  amid a maelstrom of uncertainty.  Yet the families remain firm in  their resolution to stay and Stockwell  said Thursday he plans to appeal  council's decision, which could ultimately end up in BC Supreme Court.  Council passed a bylaw,Wednesday, arranging for "demolition or  removal from the Lands... all mobile  homes and other trailers at any time  following 30 days after written notice.  All buildings or other structures or  things on the Lands that do not com  ply with the Bylaws of the District of  Sechelt shall be removed forthwith,"  the notice reads.  The property, originally cleared for  Majestic Pipeline workers, became an  obscure home for the mobile owners  once the natural gas staff vacated.  Near Boxwood Road and Sechelt Inlet  Road, the residents have lived on the  site for about two years and have said  they cannot afford to move.  Council wants to close the site  because a trailer park does not fit with  local zoning laws, and if Stockwell  operates without necessary permit!,  the town could be seen as sanctioning  an 'unofficial' sile, which could leave  the town open to legal liability.  Furthermore, the town prefers to set  a firm example when dealing with  local laws. "We need laws with teeth,"  said Mayor Nancy MacLarty. Sechelt  is no longer a frontier town, she said.  Stockwell says he has repeatedly  tried to get a permit for the park, but  "the mayor is totally against it."  Pender probing artificial reef possibilities  by Jane Seyd  A group of Pender Harbour businesses is  continuing to court the idea of a second artificial reef for the Sunshine Coast, and  recently met with the Sechelt Indian Band  council to discuss the possibility.  But so far, Sechelt chief Gary Feschuk  says the band is still opposed to additional  sinkings within its traditional territory. "A  lot of our people are still insulted from the  last time," said Feschuk, who added a campaign to get another ship sunk could raise  racial tensions on the Coast again.  Dave Orr, president of the Pender Harbour Chamber of Commerce, said members  have been talking to the Artificial Reef Soci  ety and to the community about sinking a  ship in the Pender Harbour area, but so far  nothing concrete has been proposed.  'A lot of our people are still  insulted from tbe last time'  ��� Gary Fescbuk  "We're convinced it's an economic benefit to the communily," said Bryce Christie, a  tour operator and chamber member who met  with the band council.  A new group calling itself the Sunshine  Coast Underwater Business Association  (SCUBA), made up of dive shop owners,  charter boat and resort operators, is also  helping to come up with a proposal.  Larry Curtiss, owner of Lowe's Resort in  Pender Harbour, said the group is interested  in promoting "the whole package of underwater business,"  Various sites are under consideration,  said Curtiss. But he added, "We're not trying  to ram anything down anybody's throat."  Mrytle Winchester, area alternate regional  director, said community response seems to  be evenly split between those supporting and  those opposing an artificial reef.  Meanwhile, Feschuk said the band will  actively fight plans for any sinking.  Pavilion policy leaves Sechelt school kids speechless  by Derek McNaughton  A refusal lo let Sechelt elementary school children use the  contentious Rockwood Performing Pavilion has infuriated a  teacher trying to book the venue  for a literacy event, but town  councilors say it is time to draw  the line.  Teacher James Davidson is  trying to reverse a Sechlet council decision, which disallows the  children, aged five to 12, from  using the arts centre for Speak-  out '93 ��� a social event  designed to enhance public  speaking, confidence and verbal  skills in school kids.  "This is like turning your  back on half of Sechelt," said  Davidson, organizer for the  event and grade 2/3 teacher.  "[Speakout '93] is an accumulation of months of work. For  them to make this decision is  outrageous."  But the tough stance had to  be taken, said councillor Mike  Shanks, because "we're getting  inundated with requests."  Shanks said council had to stop  acting on "11th hour" requests.  He added that because an exist-  The Rockwood Pavilion, pictured during a moment of heavey use.  ing policy allows people to use  the Pavilion only during July  and August, an okay to use the  building now would breach that  rule. And that is not acceptable.  "Either change the whole  policy or reject the request," he  said. The jurisprudence, however, does not satisfy Davidson,  who noted other events, such as  the Valdy concert, which have  recently been held al the Pavil-  filc photo  "I think we're being used as a  political football," he said. "To  me it's a real murky mess."  Originally constructed for the  Festival of Written Arts, the  Pavilion has been mired in conflict since it was built in 1989.  Critics complained it was illegally built, outside of existing  bylaws.  So to appease those upset by  the new building, council limited use of it to "summer  months," deemed to be July and  August, yet later they decided to  entertain special-use requests as  they came in, and have done so  on several occasions.  Further reasoning for the  rejection came from councillor  Peggy Wagner, who said poor  acoustics in the Pavilion would  limit how much the children  would hear. "If we're really  talking about education," she  said, "it was destined to fail."  Besides, she added, "Shanks and  I always say no ��� no matter  what it is."  But the councillor's justification has only raised the anger of  teacher Davidson. "They made  an educational decision?" he  asked. "I took the class there  today," he said, "and even the  smallest, most diminutive voice  was heard from the back of the  hall."  Council  skirts  Coles'  harbour  meeting  invite  by Charles Hart  Dave Coles, owner of Coles  Marine Diesel, renewed his  offensive against Gibsons  'working harbour' plans last  week, but council made no commitment to step into the public  arena for another go-round on  the thorny question of waterfront land-use and development.  Coles appeared at Tuesday's  meeting to invite councillors to  a public meeting he has organized June 17 in an effort to persuade the town to broaden its  vision of the working harbour.  "We want to amend the OCP  to extend the working harbour  to Armour's Beach," said Coles,  echoing comments spelled out  by critics of council's draft OCP  at open houses 10 days ago. The  working harbour definition to  restrict industrial and commercial activities to the existing  inner harbour area has proved to  be one of the more controversial  proposals of the plan.  Coles urged council to attend  the harbour discussion, to be  held at the Gibsons Rugby Club  at Armour's Beach at 7:30 pm.  He said a representative from  the Ministry of Crown Lands  will also attend; the ministry is  currently reviewing a foreshore  lease expansion application  from Coles to build a pier and  float.  turn to page 2 Coast News, June 7, 1993  Good Variety  of  hikers mix  all natural  nuts & snacks  All iratuial tanning pioducls/ SPF 3-32 4 vas-tetptool  ���Popo fiee ��� Jason Piobuds ��� Hawaii Biown Son Mil*  VARIETY ! ^ FOODS  /Announcement  IT IS MY rieasurc lo inform Use resident... of  the Sunshine Coast thai I ran now better serve  llie areas of Halfmoon Bay, Pender Harbour    fefo'/ \!>a\'.  and Egmonl through a new satellite office    IQPTQMEIKY (JaJNlCSI  .......... ���-^_m  I hope this office serves to meet the KVi  eye care needs of Sunshine Coast residents '*'  now and Into the year 2020. Sincerely,  DR. PATRICK McROliERTS  Optometrist  lietieial Eye He Vision Cwc  9(166 FRANCIS PENINSUIA ROAD, PENDER HARBOUR, 883 2764  P.O. BOX 308 MADEIRA PARK, B.C. VON 2110  20+4M6SUNSHINECO.sSI HWY,SECHEL!, B.C. VON SAO 88.10832  8!S WEST 16111 STRF.F.T. NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C. V7I' 1R3 987 1929  THANK YOU  to our valued readers,  Businesses appreciate it when you  tell them you read their ad in the  COAST NEWS  In the belly of the beast: Engineers pay careful attention to the huffs and happenings of the Master's steam engine. A massive  boiler, which takes two days to warm before the antique tug is ready to go, is heated by two furnaces fueled by bunker C oil. The  vessel was in town May 29 for the Heritage Society's Maritime weekend. Derek McNaughton photo  More effort urged in dioxin reduction  Y^MCA 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  ���oncampoute.          -    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"  ��  TOWN OF GIBSONS  by Jane Seyd  Lowered dioxin levels in coastal waters  arc definitely a sign of improvement, say  local environmentalists. But lower levels of  the chemicals - which come from pulp mill  chlorine bleaching - don't mean the problem's over.  Recently, fisheries officials raised lhe  possibility of rc-opening areas such as Howe  Sound lo shellfish harvesting, if levels of  toxic organo-chlorincs fall low enough.  Bul "what level of dioxin is safe?" asked  Renate Kroesa, a Sechell environmenlal consultant who in the past co-ordinated Greenpeace's campaign on pulp mill pollution.  While Kroesa said the recent figures arc  "definitely a sign of improvement" for thc  coastal environment, she added that deciding  whether to open Howe Sound for shellfish  could be more of an arbitrary political decision than one based on safety.  So far, Health and Welfare Canada allows  the highest level of dioxins in thc world in  food consumed by humans, said Kroesa.  "Those toxins are going  somewhere'  -Terry.lacks  And in assessing safe levels of dioxins,  authorities look only at the average fish  intake of the average Canadian, she said -  which may be significantly lower than lhat  of many Native and ethnic communities, and  of west coast residents in general. "Political  ly, it's very important for Canada to open the  shellfish (harvesting)," said Kroesa. "I very  much doubt whether we've gained a lot."  Terry Jacks of Environmental Watch also  cautioned that some chemicals which used to  discharge into the water arc now being  burned with mill sludge and are being discharged into thc air.  "There is a real danger of not knowing  what happens when they burn this stuff," he  said. "Those toxins are going somewhere."  Jacks said recent reports aboul falling  dioxin levels have given people a false sense  of security when thc pulp mills' use of chlorine and chlorine-dioxide are still causing  problems for thc environment.  He said to address thc concerns, either the  mills musl stop using chlorine compounds or  start using closed-loop systems.  Fish farm damage to Met negligible; say reports  Pursuant to Sections 956 and 957 of the Municipal Act, a Public  Hearing will be held at the Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher  Road, Gibsons, B.C. at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 22nd, 1993 to  consider Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-62. At tbe 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 4438 from 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:  OI ���ItNl**-,  H b  j  3  7  8  1  L  \  \  WAY  *s.   B  l54  n  aummaM. i ioi  Hf&HWA  a ar  1  j  i  ft  a  i  c  <  w  s  F  t  i  1  2  'H  j  j  i   c  a) I  -  CO  3  i  :  <  DAVIS  o  a  1  t  j  i  E  :  :  5  rsaojecra   auNasasiac coaaar cacoi. union  ZONINO aaXNONCNT  BYLAW Na>.5S3-��2  OCT aaaCNOaOaT a-iasa, no.  by Jane Seyd  Two studies have concluded  fish farms haven't affected water  quality in Sechelt Inlet, bul warn  a potential threat still exists from  residential growth and industrial  activity around the shores.  The studies, expected to be  released soon from the water  quality branch of the Ministry of  Environment, looked at the  impact of three fish farms in the  inlet as well as nearby housing  developments and industry such  as gravel operations and logging.  In particular, the fish farm  study looked at nitrogen and  oxygen levels, and organic parti  cles to see if either fish feed or  feces from farmed salmon had  affected water quality.  Because of thc inlet's limited  flushing, "wc assumed il would  be a worse-case scenario," said  Ben Kangasniemi, a biologist  working on thc project.  But after periodic monitoring  over five years, "we could not  detect any influence on water  surrounding the farms," he said.  John Arbour, a biologist who  looked at the effects of other  inlet activity, said "generally  speaking (water quality) is not  too bad," in Sechelt Inlet.  But both natural physical  characteristics and increased residential growth warrant further  monitoring as the study did find  some local bacteriological contamination at the south end of  the inlet near recent housing  developments, said Arbour.  Both researchers said there  were limits to the studies and  pointed out it in the case of  water quality, it is sometimes  very difficult to draw direct  cause and effect conclusions.  In the case of Ihe fish farm  study, two of the three sites  closed down before the study  was completed and with visits to  the sites twice a year, "il wasn't  rrr  T"  -^ir.  Pebbles from the past  i  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 to be an  Inteipfetatlon thereof. Copies of the above bylaw are available  for Inspection at the Gibsons Municipal Office, 474 South  Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C. Monday through Friday, excepting  stanitory holidays, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. from June 7th, 1993 to  June 22nd, 1993.  Susan Stratis  MUNICIPAL PLANNER  <  T  IRVINES LANDING ��� PENDER HARBOUR  he Gonzales Motel is on the left and store on the  right. Gilbert Lee took this photo about 1980.  "Ongoing training and  upgrading is a Pebbles job  ��r.��.^,.J;        Pebbles People Care  IffiALTYLTD.  <pM.  Your locol Bawl E��UH Cawipany ��� Qtbajisa Oi  jam  ���oi Ml, ttowor Helnl Hoop, aibaww, I.C. VOW wa  til   I    11       It  Phono: HMI07, Van. ton froo: M1-M44, Fn: IM-MM  a.         <���-T~4fti ~aAa?->       .  incredibly intensively monitoring," said Kangasniemi.  In addition, said Arbour,  background concentrations of  many elements studied have a  high natural variability within  the inlet.  Teri Dawe, of the Ocean  Resource Conservation Alliance  which opposes fish farming, criticized the conclusions of the  study, saying researchers had  studied only smaller fish farms.  He added the effects of fish  farms are not easily measured  because the farms were often  towed from sile to site in the  inlet.  Council  plans  review of  draft OCP  comments  June 20  from page I  Mayor Eric Small appeared  less than enthusiastic about thc  idea. He noted that the town  hosted its own open houses  (May 26 and 27) to gather public response and added he  would wait for a written invitation before deciding if he would  attend Coles' meeiing, for  which a location has still to be  arranged.  A similar meeting hosted by  the town a year ago drew a  large and vocal crowd to the  Cedar's Inn.  Small said the town is still  receiving public comment on  thc draft and will continue to do  so right up to a formal public  hearing, which has yet to be  scheduled. But he recommended residents respond prior to  June 20, when council is planning a formal meeting to review  community response lo the draft  so far, and councillors will be  considering changes at that  time.  t_mtm Coast News, June 7, 1993  news  Band weighs treaty commission merits  by Jane Seyd  A provincial treaty commission, formed  1 to oversee the negotiation of native land  ; claims in BC, may help some bands get to  Ihe table but il's unclear yet whether the new  body will have any impact on the Sechelt  Indian band's land claim.  Sechelt chief Garry Feschuk said the  commission will likely be helpful to some  aboriginal groups. But he added the Sechelt  haven't decided yet whether they'll be  involved in the treaty commission.  "It's a voluntary process," he said. "Not  all bands arc going to go that route."  Said band councillor Wesley Jeffries,  "Wc know what we want. Thc government  knows what wc want. Wc can do our own  negotiation."  According to a statement from thc Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs, discussions under  the treaty commission are expected to begin  next year.  But so far, no agreement on cost-sharing  has been reached between the provincial and  federal governments. II has also not yet been  established which bands will be the first lo  have Iheir land claims negotiated.  Shelley Browne, a spokesperson for the  ministry, said that decision will likely be up  to the new commission.  Using Ihe example of thc Sechelt band,  Sunshine Coast MLA Gordon Wilson  recently questioned whether thc commission  will make it haider for bands who don't want  to go through the treaty process to get Iheir  land claims considered. Wilson said il's possible Ihe commission may actually delay  negotiation of thc Sechelt's claim.  Saul Terry of thc Union of BC Indian  Chiefs has also criticized the formation of  the commission, saying many aboriginal  communities had not been adequately consulted about it.  Feschuk added it's important that thc  government recognize the commission does  not speak for all native bands.  Locally, a community workshop on the  Sechelt Indian band's land claim hoslcd by  the Economic Development Commission is  tentatively scheduled for June 17 from 4 pm  to 9 pm at the Raven's Cry Theatre.  Wendy Turner, Katie  Janyk and Tim Turner at  work on the Neighbourhood  Park Project al Headlands  Road and Franklin Road in  (iibsons. The volunteer  work party, which includes  Barry Janyk, John  McNevin and everyone  walking onto the site, is  using donated materials to  create a park and play  space at the junction of the  two roads. For information  call 886-2258 or 886-4711.  Joel Johnstone photo  We're more than just tires!  Don't let your car sot  under tho hood  I'M "Free" 6 point cooling  system CHECK UP  Caff 886.2700 for an appointment!  Programs continue tlmj summer!  Wilson validates party leadership candidacy  WORKOUT  ��� Rtfatek Sttp ��� HI�� Low Impact ��� Step Interval  ��� Funky Lo Impact' Power Strklt  ��� Strength Training ��� Bkxyclei > Stepperi  hy Jane Seyd  Is he or isn't he?  llie BC Liberal party kept them guessing recently, as a dispute  apparently bubbled up over Sunshine Coast MLA Gordon Wilson's  candidacy for leadership of the party.  The trouble began about 10 days ago, when party officials issued a  press release on the official candidates for thc September leadership  convention - and Wilson wasn't among them.  Bul following some public bickering aboul monetary deposits and  nomination forms, the problems seem to have been resolved.  Said Wilson on Thursday, "1 am definitely an official candidate  with all the bells and whistles."  Wilson said he didn't know why he had been originally excluded  from the list of candidates. But Marg Vandcnbcrg, executive director  of the Liberal party, said Wilson's nomination papers weren't filed  until May 29.  Wilson now faces four candidates in September's leadership race:  Vancouver mayor Gordon Campbell, former parly leader Gordon  Gibson, MLAs Wilf Hurd and Allan Warnkc and Rev. Charles McK-  inney.  SERVICES  ��� 0pm7D��meWeek.Shoaw|.AMChildinin<ling  Servlce ��� Perlonallzed Strength Training Program.  ACTIVITIES  6 Week  Trial  membership  ^4900  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  Increased summer traffic takes  toll on Coast wildlife populations  ��� With summer just around the  corner, there's lots lo be seen on  The Coast in terms of natural  scenery.  But all thc excess summer  tourism can present a problem  for the wildlife living here,  naively trying to stay out of  'rouble.  ' "Il stands lo reason that more  traffic means more animals  filled," says local conservation  'officer Doug Pierce.  1 And though traffic has not  yet reached its seasonal peak,  already animals - deer, skunk,  raccoons and beaver - have been  hit and killed on Ihe highway,  Pierce said.  Lasl year, the Coasl roadways claimed the life of IS to  20 animals including a black  bear and Roosevelt elk.  Pierce said steps have been  taken lo safeguard Ihe animals  from possible harm by placing  clearly marked animal-crossing  signs on the highway, and by  clearing back brush al Ihe side  of thc road allowing drivers lo  belter sec animals attempting to  cross.  But Pierce said thc best  Last year, Coast  roadways claimed  tbe life of 15 to 20  animals including a  black bear and  Roosevelt elk  denls is by driving at a slower  speed.  If an animal docs appear at  the edge of the road, honk your  horn and slow down, Pierce  said, adding slopping your car  in some cases may be necessary  to allow the animal to safely  make ils way across thc road.  Spring hikers also offer a  challenge to the wildlife, said  Pierce. "Please don'l pick up thc  fawns. The mother will never  find them again."  He said it's common for people to encounter what they  assume are abandoned fawns in  thc woods and bring them into  either the conservation office or  a wildlife rehabilitation centre.  He explained it is generally  Ihe case that the mother deer is  cither away feeding or has hidden at the sound of approaching  strangers. In any case, it's besl  to leave the fawn where il is, thc  mother will return, he said.  The one exception is if thc  fawn is on the roadway, then  it's advised to pick it up and  move il to a safer position.  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BC Parks will hold Information meetings from 6:009:00 p.m. in these  communities:  Powei River June 9- Provincial Government Bldg., 69M Alberni St.  Sechell-June 10- New Seniors Hall. Trail Ave  Squamish-June 16- BC Parka Office. Alice Lake Park  Pemberton-June 17-Village Hall, 3W Aster St.  There win be displays and Parks staff on hand to discuss each  opportunity. Please join usl For further details phone 898-3678.  ��  ���MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT,  LANDS ond PARKS  DRIVE A LEADER.  1  RANGER - BEST-SELUNG COMPAQ  PICK-UP IN NORTH AMERICA  STARTING  FROM  per month  PLUS TAXES O.A.C. WHOLE SALE LEASE  ENGINE UPGRADE!  THE POWERFUL 4.0 LITRE EFI V-6 ENGINE.  60 MORE HORSEPOWER, AT NO EXTRA CHARGE.*  ���AVAILABLE ON THE RANGER STX & XLT SUPERCAB.  EXPERIENCE THE DIFFERENCE OUR STANDARDS MAKE. WE WON'T BE UNDER SOLD.  SOUTH CO ACT FORD  LORD- LINCOLN ��� MERCURY  Wharf Rd   Sechelt MDL 5936 PH 885 3281 (PARTS DIRECT LINE) 885-7211 VAN TOLL TREE 684 2911 Coast News, June 7, 1993  Tolerance,  flexibility and  changing rules  to fit the times  The gavel is falling hard around the district as certain  projects succumb to regulations after stumbling into  politicians unbending in their determination to play by  the book.  ���  - The SCRD, having served notice a year ago, moves  to close the Inner Ear coffee house, a small venue in  Roberts Creek where musicians and performers would  gather nine times a year to entertain an audience in a  relaxed atmosphere.  - The District of Sechelt issues an eviction notice to  residents of an 'illegal' trailer park, forcing the relocation  of 30 people who have been living at the out-of-the-way  site for two years. A permit for mobile homes expired a  year ago and the landowner claims he has tried to extend  it - to no avail. A community has sprung up, albiet one  that has evolved under short-term land-use arrangements,  and there now appears little the residents can do to avoid  upheaval.  - A group of youngsters applies to use the Rockwood  Pavilion for a literacy event and is turned down because  of a policy that limits use of the building to the months of  July and August. The Pavilion was originally built under  code and did not meet fire regulations once it began to  attract bigger audiences. The building was upgraded last  year to serve as the venue for the Sunshine Coast Music  Society's annual musical, but a policy of restricted use  persists at town hall.  That policy, however, is not enforced consistently. A  recent Valdy concert sponsored by the Festival of the  Written Arts went ahead last month in the Pavilion. And  Sechelt councillors, while relying on the policy to reject  the literacy application, still found themselves debating  the acoustic merits of the building for the proposed  event.  All three of these situations have arisen from a demonstrated need - one for alternative entertainment that  draws from the creative talent in the community, one for  affordable accommodation options in a region facing rising land and housing prices, and, the third, for an adequate venue to stage events that draw sizeable audiences.  { Unfortunately, these projects now find themselves tangled in regulations that were created to provide some  flexibility - strings attached.  The end result, especially in a municipal government  atmosphere of concern for legal liability and precedent, is  that land-use flexibility eventually disappears unless the  rule makers are prepared to go back to the books and  consider making changes. Sometimes a creative solution  in the community interest is lost in the red tape and personality clashes that develop between frustrated individuals and municipal hall.  Coastal communities may have evolved from the frontier days of freedom that drew many people here to live.  And the rules will become tougher as the Sunshine Coast  continues to grow. At the same time, there will always be  a need for alternatives, flexibility and tolerance from both  the political leadership and residents if the Coast is to  retain its creative character.  flKETMK NOW.  Fair representation,  open mind needed  I am writing to clarify some  misunderstandings which have  arisen from the article in the  Coast News May 24 (Coast Forest Council on Trail of Legitimacy) written by Derek  McNaughton. This article  stemmed from a rambling 20  minute conversation with your  new reporter and I, and many of  the members of the Sunshine  Coast Resources Council  (please note the correct name)  were shocked to see the outcome of my comments.   .  Now that we have the name  correct, we should detail the fact  that this group went through its  formative period over 17  months, not four months as written in the story. Although this  concept was initiated by the former MOF district manager, it  arose as an equivalent process to  the local roundtable, others of  which have been set up in a few  select areas in the province. Mr.  Mountain was likely gauging  the political winds and decided  that such a concept was  inevitable.  Mr. McNaughton is correct -  we are likely not planning to  "jump in and tell people what to  do"... but we will likely have little choice but to become political. By making decisions which  are advisory in nature we obviously become entangled in the  political web.  However, it was the  expressed goal in establishing  this resources council that non  (politically) elected community  representatives be charged with  the duties they will undertake.  In ihis sense we are apolitical.  Any personal comments that  I may have made regarding the  Tetrahedron or Clayoquot  Sound I maintain are not accurately quoted in your article.  However, rather than dispute  ihem, I would just like to state  that my personal comments and  the personal feelings of others in  this group are what make this  organization able to view matters from an 'all things considered' perspective. My individual  thoughts on these matters are  really irrelevant. Although I  may sit as chair for the council,  we act on a consensual premise  and I promote solving our outstanding issues by acknowledging the views of others as well.  I encourage the participation  of the media at our meetings  (the next is scheduled for June  14 at 7:30 pm at the SCRD  offices), and the attendance of  concerned individuals such as  Mr. Bill Henderson (May 31 letter to Ihe editor), who apparently doubts my ability to be a fair  resource council leader.  I can assure you and the public, the Sunshine Coast  Resources Council will evolve  into more than a legitimate advi  sory body over time. Correct  representation by the media and  an openness of mind by politicians, bureaucrats and the public  at large to alternative concepts  is vital if we are to achieve this  objective.  HARRY ALMOND  Sunshine Coast Resources  Council  Keep a window  to the sea  An open letter to Sechett  Council  I would like to ask you to  think about Vancouver - without  Stanley Park. Think of West  Vancouver - without Ambleside  Park. Consider the little waterfront park at Horseshoe Bay;  think of the numbers of passengers whose sanity has ben saved  by that little oasis of green  space, while trapped in lineups,  waiting for femes.  All of these parks, large and  small, exist, thanks to the foresight of councillors and planners  who have gone before, and we  are all grateful to these visionaries.  Sechelt,     unfortunately,  MmA-_1__e_. eu-mmMm_m*_m_.  nlttnTS VmCOnW  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box460  Gibsons, B.C.  V0N1V0  missed the boat when the last  viable piece of potential waterfront parkland in the Sechelt  core was sold to an offshore  purchaser for commercial development.  But we may have another  chance - certainly our last  chance - to save this property  for the benefit of all the residents of the Sunshine Coast.  The property in question  bounded on the east and west by  Trail Avenue and Inlet Avenue,  on the north by Teredo Street,  and on the south by Sechelt  Boulevard, is open to the only  stretch of beach in Sechelt Village available lo all residents  and visitors. It should be a wonderful centrepiece for our community.  It would give us the only  access between Davis Bay and  Earls Cove to the beauty of our  waterfront. When ihe highway,  as planned, is switched to Teredo Street, it will give our visitors and chance to see what  makes our area the jewel of the  Sunshine Coast.  We understand that the taxes  owing on this property have not  been paid for almost four years,  yet council still values the 'economic possibilities' of this properly over the obvious benefits of  letting us have a necessary park  with access lo our only 'unpri-  vate' beach.  On behalf of many citizens I  respectfully request that you  give real consideration to facilitating the creation of a park on  this site, instead of encouraging  yet more buildings there to  block off our only public window lo the sea.  MURIEL MACDONALD  Sechelt  Unchallenged economic gospel provides cold comfort  Molly Ivins is a wonderfully, wickedly witty  commentator from Texas, whose iconoclastic  irreverence is a breath of fresh air. She now suddenly finds herself a personal friend of the president and half of his cabinet and is asked what she  would say to her friend Bill Clinton if she was  given a minute and a half to identify the single  most important thing he must improve about  America.  She doesn't hesitate: "He must do something  about economic justice. If you have a country  where the rich are getting richer, the poor are getting poorer, and the middle class are being  squeezed out of existence you have a recipe for  revolution. If we don't immediately address the  issue of economic justice in America we stand the  risk of losing the democratic heritage which binds  us together."  There speaks a voice aware of history and dignifying with significance the phrase 'enlightened  self interest'.  Ivins is talking, as Clinton did during the election campaign, about the internal politics of America. But the truth she elucidates has wider application than the well-being of the USA, indeed it has  historic precedent going back centuries before the  ailing colossus which bestrides our contemporary  world was bom.  When a nation or an empire allows the gap  musings  john burnside  between the rich and the poor to grow too wide;  when it allows the natural bulwark against unrest  which is a prosperous class of small merchants to  wither away; when these things happen that nation  or that empire is living on borrowed time.  That is what has been allowed to happen in the  USA under Ronald Reagan and George Bush.  Ivins is quite correct when the observes that  reversing that development must be Bill Clinton's  first priority.  Whether he can do it or not is another question.  Perhaps the most famous illustration in history  of the self-deceiving security of the fabulously  wealthy is still Marie Antoinette. The pampered  queen of the grandson of France's Sun King, who  predicted that after him would come the deluge,  was as secure as earthly riches could nuke her in  her palace in Versailles when she uttered the  remark for which she is best remembered. Told the  peasants were in revolt because they had no bread,  she is reported to have said flippantly, "Let them  eat cake." What were the needs of the peasantry to  such as she?  A few shon years later she rode with her feckless husband in the tumbril to Madame Guillotine  and paid for her callous ignorance with her head.  Creating wealth is not enough; a distribution of  it which allows the bulk of the people to live in  dignity and without desperation must be achieved  if social peace is to be maintained.  This is true, as Molly Ivins well understands,  for the United States of America. It is also true of  the world at large. Two thirds of the world is perilously near destitution, yet for the past 10 years  billions of dollars have been transferred from the  have-not nations of the Third World to the wealthier nations of the northern hemisphere. History also  leaches us that the wealthy never think they are  wealthy enough.  I have had the time and opportunity lately to  peruse a small library of publications of intelligent  'dissent which seek to challenge and inform. There  are many national economies discussed in those  magazines, primarily in America and Latin America. Each is individual and complex but assuredly  all have much that a Canadian instantly recognizes.  There is in all of them much emphasis on austerity, generally prompted by the International  Monetary Fund. This translates into sacrifices to be  made by the many in job conditions, wages, and  social services for the long-term health of the international business community, become somehow  synonymous with a nation's economy.  It is not only the Canadian government which  seems powerless to protect its people before the  demands of international capital. Government after  government slaps austerity measures on its citizens  and seems helpless to protect the environment lest  even more jobs be lost.  In none of these countries, including the United  States itself, can success be measured by improvement in the lives of the mass of the people. The  freedom of the corporations to come and go and to  trade freely to their benefit is the economic gospel  of our time.  It is unchallenged and apparently unchallengeable.  Unfettered capitalism seems to have us in thrall.  All competing systems are now discredited. That  increasing millions of people live lives of hunger,  disease and desperation, quaintly called austerity,  seems to mean nothing.  The prospects are not encouraging. In fact, at  the present time of stock-taking internationally,  they are downright dismal. We are not alone,  Canada, in our distress.  And it bids fair to deepen.  COAST^NEWS  JaaaVK-a*6oai*alaafcr  ta Coat Nam or*. Wadtamt-t.  CanrnU: 1 yam ��� $35 + $2.45 CST - $37.45  6 months ��� $20 ��� $1.40 CST - $21 40  ���iwsjslaaai I yaw ��� $40 (No CST)  Rag No. 4702  The Sunshine Coast Nam la published on  lhe Sunshine Coaal, B.C. evswy Moreley by  Omhrdrimil-t.  atom Office. Sir Oust* lam  Box 460, Gibsons, B.C., VON IVO  1604) 886-2622, F�� (604) SaM-7725  SadtaHOmct-SI-l Count tl  Box 68 Sechell, B.C., VON 3 AO  (604) 885-3930, Editorial (604) 885-3980,  Fax (604) 885-3954  PatTiW  BaapnweMefrae.   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Derek McNaughton  Pttologreprier Joel Johnstone  Proa*x*on  Cathy Mack  Beverley Shipley,  Andy Jukes,  Annie MecTavtah,  Elizabeth Simpaon  Editor  Reporters  asaneoasr  Production  | Tcmc-mmatmytAWfJID-WINNINC  3  The Sunshine Coast News is protected by copyright  and reproduction ol any patt of tt by any means is  prohibited unless permission in writing Is frsl secured  from Glassford Cess Ltd, holder ol the copyright  _m Coast News, June 7, 1993  Saying goodbye to the three wise men  If you look back at CBC  radio ad television productions  since their beginnings, supposing you have any interest at all  in doing so, and supposing you  are old enough to do so, which  means that you have to have  been about in some kind of a  mode in the '20s, there may not  be all thai many peaks and valleys that stay in the memory.  One for sure happened Tuesday morning last week when  Peter Gzowski made it official  that 'the three wise men' would  no longer be with us in their  well-known weekly spot.  Eric Kierans, Dalton Camp  and Stephen Lewis have been a  regular talk show on CBC radio  Tuesday mornings for the past  10 years, except for two when  Stephen was our ambassador to  the United Nations. The airwaves of course, television and  radio, abound with talk shows.  You can if you wish have someone gabbling away at you 24  hours a day.  These three somehow were  different. It was not that any one  "of them was in himself any kind  of loweringly notable figure.  We knew who they were, perhaps, but they weren't really  anyone special. Kierans is an  economics professor who made  a nice try, hopeless from the  start though at the leadership of  the Liberal Party.  Camp is an advertising man  from the Maritimes, a well-  known good old boy in top Tory  backroom, or fishing party  meetings. He has his own advertising company and he writes a  political column for the Toronto  Star.  Stephen is the son of David  Lewis who was leader of the  NDP after Tommy Douglas,  who was the leader after J.S.  Woodsworth with whom, in  Canada, it all began. Stephen it  seems had some thoughts to be  a rabbi and went to a seminary  in New York. He has many  limes been suggested as lhe natural leader of the NDP nationally and he has always reneged.  These three people then,  politically about as different as  you can get in Canada, are  somehow brought together by a  CBC producer, and somehow  she sold it to Gzowski, or whatever it is that goes on there, and  the thing began, first thing  Tuesday mornings, and early  on, one way and another, they  got to be known as the three  wise men.  Well that's kind of remarkable isn't it. We bounce around  in a nutshell  the word 'creative' all over the  place but we don't use the word  wise much. Kierans, Camp and  Lewis became almost overnight  somehow wise.  It'8 an odd thing. We clearly  don't consider wisdom much  when we are figuring the curricula for our schools. Wisdom,  involving knowledge and individual thought and all that, has  been pretty far down on the  usual scale for some decades  now.  Yet, with Kierans, Camp and  Lewis, large numbers of people  all over the country made it  clear lhat this is what they liked.  You couldn't do bits and pieces  with separate members talking,  it had to be the three of them  together.  Given the fact, then, that they  were all of quite different political hues, almost representatively  Tory/Liberal/NDP, how come,  then, did they manage to have  stuart nutter  this program carry on popularly  for 10 years.  It was mainly a matter of  manners it seems to me, manners and a good sense of  humour. Given lhat whal we  seem to have is Conservative or  Liberal or NDP all organized  about, there should be some  possible way of talking about il  all together.  Kierans, Camp and Lewis  managed this in a way that it  will be hard for sociological-  type analysts to begin to analyze.  The main things about their  conversations were mainly  friendly things, and these don't  work out mathematically in  sociological formulae.  We will miss them, no question about it. Who can we get to  replace them is a serious  thought. From where I sit there  is, immediately, no one who  comes to mind.  letters  Red maples and  Orange Road  I have read the Coast News  for years and years. My heart  still lives on the Sunshine Coast,  even though I am far away. The  Coasl News to me means home.  Mr. George Cooper - one of  the besl school principals my  son Ricky had - yesterday in his  column in your good paper,  taught me something I've been  wanting to know for years.  Who was the teacher lhat  planted the gorgeous red maples  that we admired for years on  Orange Road in Roberts Creek?  'Now we know her name thanks  ' to yoiir-fAf. Cooper.  Now sir, tell us how Orange  Road got its name?  ROSAMUND ALLAN  Salmon Arm  Review Caren  under CORE  An open letter to John  CuUibert, BC Chief Forester  We are writing to you on a  matter of urgent concern with  respect to a forest of unusually  old trees located on the Caren  Range north of Sechelt, Sunshine Coast Forest Districl.  Specifically, we request that you  intervene to prevent any further  logging in the remaining 800  hectares of this sub-alpine forest  while existing proposals for permanent preservation are submitted to and reviewed under the  province's Protected Areas  Strategy process and/or CORE.  In support of our request we ask  you to consider the following  points:  1. There is already a de facto  moratorium in place as there has  been no logging in the subject  area for nearly Ihree years as a  direct result of public interest in  the area; thus it is not necessary  to shut down an ongoing operation on the Caren.  2. This sub-alpine forest is  already overlogged; less than 10  per cent of its original extent  remains. Note also that less than  three per cent of the Sechelt  Peninsula land area is "old  growth".  3. The concept of sustainability as required in the Forest Act  has not been proven for high  elevation old-growth forests like  this one.  4. Canada's oldest documented tree sample (a yellow cedar  stump over 1,717 years old)  came from a clearcut on the  Caren Range. Living trees of  presumably similar age and  near-record size have been  located in the remaining forest,  suggesting that this may well be  Canada's oldest forest.  . 5, As a result, this forest is  gaining recognition not only  provincially bul at national and  international levels. We expect  thousands of people to visit it  during the coming summer,  many of them on our popular  weekly tours.  6. Because of their great age  and sensitivity to climatic  changes, the old trees are of  great value and interest to den-  drochronologists (Marion Parker is currently preparing a brief  on this subject).  7. There are at least two  colonies of marbled murrelets  nesting in the ancient forests of  the Caren Range. Two yeais of  preliminary surveys are being  expanded this summer into full-  scale research on the breeding  ecology of this elusive seabird.  8. About 2000 people, mostly  residents of the Sunshine Coast  signed a petition requesting  preservation of this old forest.  The petition was submitted to  the BC Legislature in 1992.  9. Many individuals have  written letters and at least 8,000  have sent postcards, to various  politicians and government representatives, with the same  request.  10. Various organizations are  calling for conversation of the  Caren Range's ancient forests (*  denotes Ihose which we know  have passed resolutions): Pender  Harbour and District Wildlife  Society *; Sechelt Marsh Pro  tective Society *; Ruby Lake  Landholders Association *; Outdoor Recreation Advisory Committee of the Sunshine Coast  Regional District; Western  Canada Wilderness Committee;  Heritage Forest Society of BC;  Federation of BC Naturalists *;  Canadian Parks and Wilderness  Committee; and World Wildlife  Fund.  11. The intact forest has  additional recognized values, as  a source of domestic water and  for fish-bearing streams, for  other species of dependent  organisms, and for tourism and  recreation.  12. In spite of repeated  promises, MOF has. yet 'to pub-  lish a review of, or provide  access to, public comments submitted after a previous open  house on forest management  proposals for the Caren (July  1992).  Friends of Caren will be submitting detailed proposals for a  Caren Range Upland Park to the  Protected Areas Strategy as  soon as a process is implemented by which public submissions  to the Strategy can be made  (please refer to copies of letters  from JHC Walker and Warren  K. Mitchell). We also feel that  the issue would be better handled by the CORE process  rather than by the MOF District  office which, in its own words,  "is not in the business of creating parks."  There is urgency in our  request to you to continue the de  facto moratorium on the Caren  Range as a recent newspaper  article indicated that logging  could resume as soon as the  local MOF district manager's  integrated resource management  plan (IRMP) for the Care Range  is completed (in about two  weeks).  There have been two changes  in district manager over the last  two years and this has made the  consultative process difficult as  there has been no continuity in  willingness to consider other  resource values. The process  leading to the IRMP is flawed  as there has been little meaningful input from stakeholders  other than the logging industry.  Friends of Caren, as high-profile  representatives of people interested in keeping what's left of  this forest intact, was not  involved.  Finally, we extend a cordial  invitation to you to come and  see the ancient forests of lhe  Caren Range as soon as possible.  We would be pleased to  arrange a comprehensive tour  with our experienced guides.  PAULJONES  DR. JOHN FIELD  Friends of Caren  h ' ���  Willing men  doing God's work  I wish to announce to this  community that God is alive and  active in Gibsons. He broupht  topsoil and neatly planted my  vegetable garden, replaced the  sealant around my bathtub,  filled three holes in my gyproc  and washed the outside of my  windows on Saturday morning.  "God did this?!" you ask?  Yes. He used the hands and  feet of a group of willing men  who are taking seriously the  Bible's description of "pure religion" - "to look after orphans  and widows in their distress".  (James 1:27)- and boy, do I feel  loved!  NANCY KIDD  Gibsons  'Way to go aPender  Harbour'  On behalf of Mrs. Harrison's  class, I'd like to thank the community for what Ihey have done  to help us go on a field trip to a  bighouse near Squamish called  "Skw une-was".  Our class really appreciates  all the support!! Way to go Pender Harbour!!!!!  ANNA MACKAY  grade 4, Madeira Park  Elementary school  Quiet - Vety, Very Quiet  2.5 acres, sunny, Hot, fenced acreage.  1350 sq. fl. rancher with family room,  country kilchen, 3 large bedrooms, patios  A sundecks. Under construction: 30' x  55' heoled slab for shop.  REALTY LTD.  6���   $215,000  ��3        Dmd Clapp  886-3811  umjtm*m*g_m  *sa*SBs>t��  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  ���  Competitive Prices  886-7033  HOME DELIVERY 886-4*2*4*1  Installafan...  Breeze your family  through the  summer heat!  I .amps a Shadi-s * Wall SconCM * Track * IVllina, I .iajists �� Tans ��� Ki-ccsaeal * Outdoor  Sechelt Lighting y\m  885-9417 �� 5609 Hwy 101, Saehelt  The Garden Store...  and much more.  ���TOOLS'WHEELBARROWS  ��� COMPOSTERS ��� SPRINKLERS  ���ACU-DRIP WATERING SYSTEM  ���ANDMUCHMORE  -���Come in and  havealook  around'-  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  _   Pratt Rd. Gibsons 886-/!)?/   T��� ," ^  i^m     Mon. - S,it. 9 - 5:30    Sun. 10-I     i^___J  r  'llie IVsiiv.nl Coiieerl Series  WITH  FESTIVAL PIAYERS CANADA  Sunday, June 13 at 2:00 pm in the  Festival Pavilion at Rockwood Centre  under  Concert Master Arthur Poison  FOR  TICKETS   OR   MORE   INFO  The Festival Box Office at Rockwood  Telephone 885-9631 or Fax 885-3967  llie Feslivnl C'oiieeH Series  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  J^wW If tU \Cfl 4**4 i*. Wit**. C��* * Q4m*  FOR  TICKETS  OR  MORE  INFO  The Festival Box Office at Rockwood  Telephone 885-9631 or Fax 885-3967 Coast News, June 7, 1993  .ENCHANTED HARDEN 8 HITS  * t-shirts I buckles    * preserved floral  it lints  * hand-painted  silk scarves  * watches  * gift wrapping  ���k papier mache  corsages, arrangements  & baskets  ���aV bridal bouquets  * framed 3-d floral art  * baby gift baskets  * earrings, necklaces  gifts from $5 ��� floral & gift 'Boutique  of 689 Hwy  101  at Martin Road   Gibsons  ��� am St-avicw Place)   Wed-Sot   10 5   886 9355  community  Coait crrcaatmu of Jjancs,  & _flns. c/fiti  'Presejtts the performance of  'Bedtime, Storks  Saturday June 12,2pm & 7pm  at the 'Rg.vtris Cry 'Theatre  Mutts fS Stuilents/SenUrrs }5  Ttclifts available at: Coast Academy of'Dance Studio,  Talewind 'Books, Secheh; Coast "Books, Qdisons Landing  Gibsons Sea  Cavalcade  Committee  members  Barbara  Bradshaw and  Linda Reeve at  their posts in  Molly's Reach.  The former  Beachcomber  cafe will  remain open  every weekend  in June and  July to  promote the  July 23-25  event.  Joel Johnstone  photo  george In gibsons  by George Cooper  Condom. The word focuses  debate on dispensing machines  in  schools  throughout  Ihe  Featured Restaurant of tbe Week  KAFE KITAGO  Located in the heart of .Sechelt  at #4-5689 Cowrie St  Phone: 885-8837  Surround yourself with  art, the aroma of superb  coffees and the  tantalizing smells of our  gourmet cuisine and  desserts. Everything is  made with care and  presented with panache  andflair.  Hours:  Open Monday to Saturday,  8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.  FAMILY DINING  Kaft Kltago - Surround yourself wilh  art, the aroma of superb coffees  and the tantalizing smells of our  gourmet cuisine and desserts.  Everything is made with care and  presented with panache and flair.  We're located in the heart of  Sechelt at #4-5689 Cowrie St. and  are open Monday-Saturdav, 8:30  a.m.-5:30p.m. 885-8837.  Tht Boil HOUM - Just a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  offering daily choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood from Ihe Wesl,  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 jusl  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 accommodations. For  reservations call 921-8188 All  major credit cards accepted.  Hiid-A-Wly Rutiursnt - Bring the  whole family and join us for greal  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Cibsons Molor Inn on Hwy.  101 at Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant almo  sphere will add lo your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes ,i  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30am ��� 2pm, closed  from 2pm ��� 5pm wilh evening  hours 5pm-9pm., Salurdays & Sundays 7am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, wilh a large  selection of hoi and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat lo your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday 4  Saturday night 2 for 1 dinner special 5pm-10pm. Reservations 886-  4501.50 seals plus banquet room.  Hllliidt Family RMtaurant Localed in  Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Cibsons.  Family Dining wilh Special Children's Menu. Relaxed counlry  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and  burgers, homemade soups, pies  and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon  request. Licensed & air condi-  Honed.Winter Hours: Open Sun -  Thurs, 11 am - 9 pm. Fri & Sat 11  am-10 pm. 886-2993  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Tha Wharl - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view and  sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at ils best.  Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2 pm.  Fully licensed and air conditioned.  Dinner reservations recommended.  Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  BREAKFAST & LUNCH  De Dutch Panntkotk Houm - Enjoy  Breakfast or Lunch outdoors  among the trees and flowers on our  new patio. We're serving Breakfast  and Lunch all day long, from 6 am  Mon-Fri and 7 am weekends. But  Breakfast at De Dutch isn't just limited to the North American traditional bacon & eggs (although that's  here too!). We've got Dutch style  pancakes (Pannekoeks), French  toast, Dutch toast... and creative  lunch ideas too! Great tasting fresh  ground coffee and fresh home baking! Visit De Dutch Pannekoek  House today and we're sure you'll  .keep coming back. Find us on Hwy.  101 (Sunshine Coast Hwy.) across  from the Sunnycrest Mall in the  Cedars Inn complex. 886-9090. Visa  & MasteiCard accepted.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  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 ol Egmonl on Maple Road.  Open 7 days a week. Pub open  noon - closing. Kitchen hours:  Noon * 8,00 pm,  lrvin�� Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for two, $30. We're now open 7  days a week: Galley 11 am to 10  pm; Pub 11 am to 11 pm. Pender  Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard &  Visa. Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Andy's. Restaurant - 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  Sundav brunch, 11 am - 2:30 pm.  Hwy 101, Cibsons, 886-3388. Open  7 days a week.  Blut Haron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of Eait  Porpoise Bay. Observe the tranquil  ducks and geese or dine by moonlight with a candle at your table.  Our deck is now open for the 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 Raataurant at Bonniebrook Lodge. Enjoy a delicious  dinner in the quiet country elegance  of our dining room. We have an  extensive wine list and friendly professional service. Located at the  waterfront, foot of Cower Pt. Rd.  Reservations recommended: 886-  2188. Open irom 5:30 7 days a week.  Craek Houaa - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, steaks and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open from 6 pm. Thurs. through  Sun. Visa & Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Cibsons Landing.  Savour the delights of fresh seafood  from around the world. Our extensive Dinner Menu includes fresh  seafood in our soup, salad, hot or  cold appetizers, main courses and  pastas. Other entrees include steak,  veal, chicken and lamb. Caesar  salad for two and flambe desserls  are prepared at your tableside. Our  lunch menu contains sandwiches  and burgers. OPEN 7 DAYS A  WEEK Lunch hours: 11:30 ��� 2:30.  Dinner hours: 4:30 - 9:30. Visa and  Mastercard. Reservations recommended. 886-3891.  Pebble* ��� On Tha Beach - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by & 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 Recommended. In the  heart of Sechelt at the Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emie t Ottawa Drive In - Take oul, 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 $10. Hwy. 101.  Gibaona. 886-7813.  province.  Protests by parents have  raised a clamour in a number of  districts, quiet acceptance in  others. And in one community,  Campbell River, parents  demanded the installation of dis-  <3RflZIUA.-iqRt-.DES  Exclusive Imported Gffts  FOR YOUR GRADUATE...  Sterling silver  jewellery to  adorn  her on her  special night  (seen here  against midnight  blue agate slabs)  That special gift they  will treasure for a lifetime!  Fealuiing agate boolsenrts, sa,mi(irsKlous  stone jewelleiy (mounted & unmounted),  ironwood sarvings, ihuntie, loslss,  assorted nystals at, figurines  "txotia materials��� qualitysfatslmanship"  5716Teredo St, Sechelt  Mon.-Sat. 885-5178  pensing machines.  Why do school boards concern themselves with condom  machines? Is it because of the  clamour about protection from  one devastating disease? But  safety is not assured, nor certain, with condom use. A medical doctor has reminded  Cowichan school district that  the only responsible message  for a board to send regarding  adolescent copulation is the  same one as lhat of drug abuse,  smoking, driving drunk: Don't  do it. "Anything less is a gross  disservice to our young people,"  the doctor said.  Other protesters say, "Dispensing machines are a statement: Go ahead with sex, ignore  abstinence."  Are we caught up in a Hurry  of anxiety over a disease that  sets up groping for a means to  cope? The problem needs much  more than a condom machine  for an answer.  Sex education in our secondary schools, I'm told, is low  key. There's some in grade 8  and in grade 10 science Ihere are  some units on birth control and  STD diseases. Some suspect Ihis  GRADS  MiiaW^::  H       For those about to embark  ������       on a Voyage of Discovery...  ���>iia5i j Featuring  11!    "_y^^t>^( Grad Party  ___t     I /iJrituS^kl Dresses,  ���**'   3~[ frWv m Jevvellay,  _: &Gifts  ^ Galore.  =   a World of Gifts to Experience!  Open Mon-Set 10SPM  572a Cots-Baa St.. SmrhtH  eeS-6460  **********; rwi I   JU IMPORTa*i J  FTTRT1  3 DAY CRUISE FROM VANCOUVER  STAR HHNCISS- SIPTtMBIR 30, Iff 3  The Beautiful 63,000 ton Star Princess  Sails from Vancouver, Victoria,  Seattle, Vancouver.  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Uptight aboul  sex education, uptight for sure  about how to...do we really give  teenagers a chance to be responsible about sex?" The doctor  tells us that we do not have adequate sex education programs.  "We're years behind Sweden,  Belgium and Holland."  What an irony to have on dry  grad night - fully loaded condom machines in washrooms.  Coast  residents  join hands  to resolve  old  problems  To promote understanding  and cooperation within our  community, major community  leaders have joined forces to  present a forum, which will  address the following questions:  What is the Sechelt Band  land claim?  Why is it important to Ihe  Sunshine Coast to have this  claim resolved, and how will  resolution affect life on the  Coast (in terms of economy,  social and cultural structures,  inter-racial and cultural structure and inter-racial relationships, land use).  How can the SIB claim be  resolved?  This forum is sponsored by  the Sechelt, Gibsons and Pender Harbour Chambers of;  Commerce, the Economic  Development Commission,;  International Forest Products,!  the RCMP, Community:  Futures, District of Sechelt,;  Town of Gibsons, the Sechelt;  Indian Band, and the Sunshine)  Coast Regional District.  Representatives from feder-j  al and provincial governments  plus the fishing and logging*  industries will be present to  explain their posilions, and the \  public is invited to participate;  in question and answer periods.  An open house to view dis-  plays will commence at 3 pm.  Seating in lhe theatre will be on j  a first come, first served basis. 4  The community information]  forum concerning the Sechelt?  Indian Band (SIB) land claim,  on the Sunshine Coast will be!  held Thursday, June 17 from 4g  to 9 pm in the Raven's CryS  Theatre. " Coast News, June 7, 1993  community  roberts creek  by Beverley Shipley  The Inner Ear Recording Studio's coffee house has been  forced lo close due to a commercial zoning tieup with the  SCRD. This does not affect the  recording studio itself as it is a  licensed home-based business  that is operated by Betty Inksetter from her Leek Road home in  Roberts Creek.  The coffee house was a popular, funky place lo meet and  enjoy jam sessions and performances by locals and others on  lhe last Friday of each monlh.  Perhaps in the near future further zoning options will be open  to the coffee house. SCRD  director Brett McGillivray has  slated that the Inner Ear should  be "creative in applying for the  type of zoning that really fits"  with the new Official Community Plan.  Creek Daze  It's official: Creek Daze is  happening Saturday, August 21  al Roberts Creek's Cliff Gilker  Park. There will be lots of activities, games etc. and of course,  the parade to start it all off. Friday night there will also be a  baseball game and potluck dinner at the park.  For further information,  especially if you can volunteer,  call Yvonne at 886-7815.  SCRAPS meeting  SCRAPS is having ils annual  general meeting on Wednesday,  June 9 at 8 pm at the SCRD  offices. Cathy Kinney will be  guest speaker. Everyone is welcome and more members with  fresh input are always needed.  RCCA meeting  There was some discussion  regarding large fires from land  clearing debris. The SCRD was  going to crack down but has  since relaxed its proposed new  regulations - just in time for  summer.  A report was given by school  trustee Lynn Chapman regarding the district's budget. Cuts  had to be made to administration  costs. There is a possibility of  two school trustees being  dropped, bringing the total  trustees to five from seven. This  would save approximately  $26,000 per year, and could buy  new computers, which we parents are continuously being  asked to fundraise for.  It was reported by newsletter  to parents that as of Sept. 199.1  the school cannot afford the  paper to send weekly newsletters to parents. Does this also  mean the secretary gels off work  an hour earlier one day per week  because she doesn't have to type  Ihe newsletter?  HOME DELIVERY 886-4*2*4*1  "a \ c  electronics  Wayne Larsen is pleased to announce that /**>\ ���j_____rai__t  is now providing repairs and service to most makes and  models of radios, TV's, VCR's, CD's, stereos, and camcorders.  Take your components to one of our convenient depots:  Seaside Video in Wilson Creek, Video Flc. in Gibsons;  Max Music in Gilwons; or:  Visit our shop at Williamsons Landing. Residential pick up  and deliver*,' can lx' arranged at a nominal cost.  Call Wayne at 88t>2962  Howe Sound  PULP   tllll   P A P E H    LIMITED  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 Bike's  Chaster Road Fire Station, 10 am -12 Noon  Bring your bikes and your parents!  EVERYONE IS WELCOME!      HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!  Davis Bay's annual speed limit change from 60 km/hr to 50 km/hr is now In effect. Last year the change took place in the first week of  July. Joel Johnstone pholo  Coast News Classifieds  GET RESULTS!  davisbay  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  The last community association meeting unlil  September will be Tuesday, June 8 at 1 pm in the  hall. A work party to paint the scout hall is scheduled for Saturday, June 12 from 9 lo 12, so if you  can help here is your opportunity to wield a paint  brush. Many thanks to all who so kindly donated  the large plants for lhe beautification of the  grounds around the hall. It's much appreciated.  For those who may not yet be aware of the location of our prized Utile library, it is lucked away  behind glass doors at one end of the hall. Volunteers staff it faithfully and Margaret Phillips stocks  il wilh up-to-date books for everyone's reading  pleasure. Here are a few examples of Ihe new  books that have just arrived: Canad Firsts by Ralph  Nader; The Moosewood Cookbook by Molly  Kal/.en; The Summer of the Barshinskeys, by  Diane Pearson; The Scarlet Letter, by Nathanial  Hawthorne; two books by the same author, The  Pelican Brief and The Client, by John Grisham;  Every Living Thing, by James Herriot; and By The  Way, by Gordon Pinsent.  The Davis Bay/Wilson Creek library has  changed its hours to Fridays, 12 to 4 pm and Saturdays, 2 to 4 pm. Tuesday evenings have been discontinued. Do support the library, a good book is  like a good friend, always there when you need a  lift.  The Chatelech grads' banquet and dance held  on May 29 at the seniors hall was a smashing success said Moira Zealand, coordinator of the parents  committee. "The parent support was super" she  said, "and the whole evening was one of refinement and charm." Many thanks to all who came  with arms full of flowers to decorate the hall. The  theme was Victorian and was carried off beautifully, thanks to the efforts of the parents decorating  committee.  There are still two functions left - the ceremonies and the dry grad to be held June 30, so  there is still fundraising to be done. On Friday  night, all the proceeds from the bingo held at the  Band hall will be donated to the grads and is much  appreciated. There is also a bake sale and raffle  being held by the students so please support them.  Society brings care and concern for families  Home Support Society's  Care at Home Services encourage seniors' independence and  eases thc demands placed on  family members. Care at Home,  available from the Sunshine  Coast Home Support Society  offers a variety of personalized  services to senior and disabled  adulls, helping people lo maintain a realistic level of independence.  Children of elderly or dis  abled parents are often referred  to as the 'sandwich generation'.  They are squeezed by the needs  of children living al home,  vocational demands, and aging  family members who need care.  For some it's like a constant tug  of war, wilh little or no time for  themselves.  Care of our seniors is now a  big concern. Family members  often don'l live close enough lo  give care and often have numer  ous responsibilities.  Care at Home offers the care  that family members are unable  to provide.  Care is available on a fee-  for-service basis. The society  also has information about olher  services and resources in the  community. Call the Home Support Society at 885-5144 lo discuss personalized Care al Home  for yourself or your family  member.  tftictSu*  ��� Perms $45  ��� Cuts $10  xMl_V.  I- -L-::.:./ .\_._..i  ��� Nai-yeltowing   ��� Longer lasting  ' Lighter sa/aght   ��� Minimum  ��� No pnme. maintenance  ��� OdouHess  Wednanday lo Saturday at  #2  HOW A SEPTIC  SYSTEM WORKS  1  I  Waste is piped to the septic tank where bacterial  action breaks it down into sludge, effluent (liquid), and  scum. Liquid flows out through a distribution box which  channels it through perforated pipes in the drainage  field. Baffles keep scum out of the pipes.  This Information Series Presented by:  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES LTD.  Septic Tank Pumping Services serving Gibsons,  Sechelt, Pender Harbour areas.  886-7064 (collect)  A  I  J  W^t Corporation of fte  W&txitt of ��?n\)t\l  ,-.0. Box 129,5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0 Telephone (604) 885-1966 Fax: (604)685-7591  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,  call us.  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 THE RUSH AND LINEUPS.  We are pleased to accept post dated  cheques. Any payments made after July  2nd will be subject to a penalty.  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 identity  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 Blading/Skating  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  Upcoming Meetings  Please note the revised schedule for  upcoming meetings.  Tuesday, June 8th  10:00 am      Planning Committee  Tuesday, June 15th  10:00 am      Public Works/  Engineering  11:00 am      Parks, Recreation/ Arena  1:30 pm       Finance &  Corporate Relations  Wednesday, June 16th  7:30 pm       Regular Council Meeting  Please note that all meetings now take  place at the Sechelt Municipal Hall on  Inlet Avenue.  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 .Sechett litter free!  Mayor's  Hotline  885-5360 Coast News, June 7, 1993  Good Luck!  CHECKERS TOWN FOODS  From us upstairs...  I^Tharifty*  HELP THE  Donatlona    6*6-2488 or Box SM  Pm-*i6  "HERBS-A WORKSHOP"  Leam about the cultivation and uses o! herbs  with Dianne Evans at the  Crow Road Herb Farm  Robeits Creek  Choice of dates: June 12,13,19 or 20,9:30 - 2:30  $60.00 fee includes morning tea and sourmet lunch  Please pre-register by June 9  Call 886-2469 or 886-9324 to register  Crow Road Market Company  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or I  Wm B If    ���    Brio* or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL USI  Helen Milburn      886-8676  Nan Nanson        886-8676  Ruth Bulpil 885-5847  Rosemaries Cook   885*5811  YOU'RE THE WINNER WHEN YOU CHOOSE  COAST NEWS & WEEKENDER CLASSIFIEDS  885-3930 or 886-2622  WE ACCEPT  FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE  ��  TOWN OF GIBSONS  SPRINKLING REGULATIONS  EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY  Odd numbered houses will he permitted sprinkling on the  following days:  I ���**��� Monday, Wednesday, Friday - from 7:0tl-10:00 a.m.  ' ��� Monday, Wednesday '       - from 7:0t> 9:00 p.m.  Even numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on the  following days:  ��� Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday - from 7:00-10:00 a.m.  ��� Tuesday, Thursday - from 7:00- 9:00 p.m.  NOTE:     ONLY ONE (1) SPRINKLER PER PROPERTY IS  PERMITTED. NO SUNDAY SPRINKLING.  ATTENTION: PLEASE TURN OFF AU SPRINKLERS IN THE  EVENT OF A FIRE IN YOUR AREA.  W. 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Hot dogs, hamburgers and soft drinks will be supplied free  of charge, bul you are asked lo bring your  own salads, desserts, etc., enough for your  family and one olher person. Absolutely no  alcohol.  The picnic is sponsored by Ihe Integrated  Use Coalition and for information call Paul  Tingley at 885*482!.  rotary news  Nominations arc now being  received for Ihe Sechell Rotary  Four Way Test Award. This  award, based on lhe Rotary  creed will be presented lo Ihe  most worthy individual, group,  organization or company in the  Sechcil area.  Thc winner will represent  the very best exemplar of thc  Rotary Four Way Test - of all  the Ihings we think, say or do:  I. is it thc truth? 2. is it fair to  all concerned? 3. will il build  good will and belter friendships? 4. will it be beneficial lo  all concerned?  Nomination forms are now  available at thc Royal Bank and  Bank of Montreal in Sechell,  W.L. Tour & Travel, 5650 Dolphin, Ye Oleic English Donul  Shoppe, 5714 Cowrie Street  and thc Suncoast Gallery,  Cowrie al Wharf.  Thc deadline for entries is  June 30.  Send a card  Friends of Lois Edmunds of Redrooffs  may like lo send a get well card to her at  Room 722, Lions Gale Hospital, North Vancouver. Lois suffered a stroke last week and  it will help to hear from friends who arc  thinking about her and wishing her well.  Country fair  The latest announcement from the Halfmoon Bay Country Fair committee is that  thc Halfmoon Bay Volunteer Fire Department is planning to have thc fire-safe house  on thc sile of the fair al Coopers Green  again. This is always a big attraction for thc  kids who leam a lot from a visil. They are  shown how to escape from a fire in lhe  building and gel a big thrill from Ihe fact that  the firemen show them how.  This year is lhe 27th anniversary of the  fair to be held July 9, 10 and 11. Of special  interest this year is thc fact well known former Halfmoon Bay resident Mary Shannon  will be on hand to perform lhe opening ceremony.  Watch for the 50/50 raffle tickets which  will be on sale throughout thc area between  now and fair lime.  Welcome Beach community  Don'l forget to show up at Welcome  Beach community hall this Wednesday. June  9 at 7 pm for thc annual general meeting.  Your presence is needed.  Year long fundraising efforts by the Jack & Jill Preschool Daycare paid off with a new outdoor  play structure. Kylie Whiting (Left), Kylie Mulligan (centre) and Anders Splawinski, take  advantage of the new equipment, Thursday. Jf��l Johnstone photo  sechelt scenario  by Deanna Lucdcr  July I, Canada Day, falls on  Thursday Ihis year and co-ordinator Beverly Tanchak is well  into planning and organization  of the one-day event.  A calendar of events has been  drawn up for thc day that  includes something for everyone  in Ihe communily. Yes, welll  have our traditional parade wilh  thc theme Unity in Communily.  Register your parade entry  soon at 885-2330 or wilh parade  marshall Cam Cameron of lhe  Sechelt Lions Club.  Reflections of Sechelt  Another event that is open lo  anyone interested is the Reflections of Sechcil writing contest  sponsored by thc friends of thc  Sechelt Public Library.  Thc theme for submissions is  'how living on thc Coast has  golden lifelines  changed you or made changes in  your life'. There is a 1200 word  limit (about four and one half  pages) and entries must be double-spaced and typewritten.  All identifying information  must be on a separate sheet from  lhe contest entry.  There is a $5 entry fee but  the prizes arc $100 for first; $50  for second; and $25 for third.  The winners will be announced  al the Celebration Day dinner on  Canada Day. You can drop off  your entry at thc Sechelt library  or mail to Friends Writing Contest, Box 2104, Sechelt, BC  VON 3A0. Il's another opportunity for local amateur writers to  hone their skills. But, take note,  thc deadline date for submissions is June 20. For more information conlacl Robin Wheeler  885-4505, before 6 pm.  Writers Forge  And on lhe same Ihcme of  talented local writers, thc winning selections from the Suncoast Writers' Forge writing  contest have now been published along wilh other high-  ranking entries.  Thc Suncoastcr Magazine is  now for sale al Ihe Coasl News  offices and al local hook stores.  It's easy to spot - a slim volume  in a bright gold cover and very  reasonably priced al only $3.50  (Iry buying ay book for lhal  price these days).  Thc magazine conlains some  well-written stories by people  you may know on the Coasl.  Parents committee  The parents committee for  school lunches al Sechelt elementary recently had a disaster.  Their deep freezer broke down  and several hundred dollars  worth of food was destroyed.  The freezer is not repairable so  the committee is in great need of  another chest-type deep freeze.  If you have one you could  donate call 885-1960 or Sechell  elementary at 885-2114.  The school lunch program is  operalcd hy volunteer parents  and any profits il makes are  directed toward enriching the  school program from field trips  to playground equipment.  Race seminar  lhe Sechelt Indian Band will  once again be hosting the second in a scries of workshops on  communily race relations at the  Band Hall. Come for open discussion, honest opinions and  factual information. It's on  Tuesday, June 8 from 10 am lo 4  pm. Everyone is welcome.  by Joyce Ostry  Thc annual over 80's tea is  planned for 1:30 pm Tuesday,  June 15. Jean Sherlock has  planned the tea for years aind il  has become a looked-forward-to  event.  Tetra Etc.  How are clients referred to  Tetra? Clients are generally self-  referred. There have been  instances of home support agencies contacting us on behalf of  one of their clients and we hope  to receive some referrals from  occupational therapists working  in thc field.  Who are eligible clients?  Anyone with a disability and a  need thai cannot be met through  commercially available means is  eligible as a client.  It's not required that clients  pass a means test, but do ask  that they pay for thc materials  used in their particular project.  It's hoped that this system  Get Your Share!  Foi a limited time only you can buy a share in  Sunshine Coasl Credit Union. Individual  purchases are limited to a maximum ot $5000.  and minimum ol $500. with $100. increments.  Class D' Voluntary Equity Shares earn a higher  rate ot return right here on the Coast. They are  also eligible lor RRSP investment purposes,  a great tax shelter.  The Board ot Directors has authorized only  $1.5 million in shares to be issued on a first  come basis. So make your investment now and  get your share ot the Coast.  makes the program affordable to  all who require it.  Tetra undertakes a wide variety of projects. They do not  reproduce products thai arc  commercially available, but will  make adaptations to existing  devices in order lo make Ihem  useful.  For information contact the  Tetra Development Society, Box  27, 770 Pacific Blvd. S��� Vancouver, BC V6B 5E7. Tele  phone 688-6464, FAX 688-  6463.  Class 0 Voluntary li]inty Slums,  Union Deposit Insurance Corporjli  Si,nslii,ia' Coait  Credit Union  Enquire about complete  terms and conditions  at your nearest branch.  Pender Harbour     Sechelt Gibsons  883-9531 885-3255 886-8121  Nora Turrell of Century 21  Siemens Realty, Sechelt, models a  summer dress by Conchlu's Designs,  (luting the spring fashion show  hosted by the Gibsons Yachl dub  4��ureRTI3EMENT}- Coast News, June 7, 1993  community  at**UaMa%a*hMa#    iM ������������ ���  ognwm news  by Maureen Parrott  Welcome to Egmonl.  Nicholas (Ko) Schoulens is  back from Denmark for a visil  with his son Dean. Iris Kill and  Evelyn Krump were here  briefly from Germany, hiking  hither and yon with their friend  Marianne Baatz. Less welcome  arc a young bear and perhaps a  cougar.  Anniversary greetings to Jessica (nee Silvey) and Rob  Casey, Heather and Ron Fcarn,  Colleen and Cliff Silvey, and  (ins and Eileen Havisto (48  years and counting).  Salurday, June 12 is Egmont  Day. Thc program starts wilh  lhe traditional kids fishing  derby from 9 to 10:30 am.  There will he prizes for the  biggest fish, strangest catch,  most fish released, etc. Everyone wins something. Bring  tackle and life jackets, bait will  be provided.  Races for kids begin at 11  am on the school grounds.  Events for adults and children  include lug of war, and BYO  canoe races at 2 pm down al thc  government float.  There's a smorgasbord in thc  hall from 6 to 8 pm, admission  is $3.50 for community club  members, $7 for non-members.  The Purple Gang will play at a  dance starting at 9 pm. You  must buy your tickets ahead.  community services  Twenty one sheep from the UBC animal science branch get a  choppy ride across to Keats Island, where they will join  George DcKoning's lamas. Derek McNaughton photp  Host homes  soughtfor  exchange  students  Director for World Youlh  Service, Gail Sangster is continuing to look for homes for international students that will be  attending high school on the  Sunshine Coast during 1 TO/94.  The non-profit cultural  exchange program is looking for  homes in Sechelt for two female  students from Belgium, one  male student from Brazil for  Pender Harbour, and a Gibsons  home for a sludent from Hong  Kong. It would be helpful for  the Belgium students to be  placed in a home where some  French is spoken - perhaps a  family with a French immersion  sludent.  These students will be  attending school for a full year.  They are between the ages of 16  and 18. Host families are asked  to take them into their homes as  part of their family. A monthly  report is taken from a local  coordinator who then forwards  it to ihe natural parents.  If you can help or would like  further information on the program, contact Gail Sangster at  886-3783.  Going Away  on Vacation?  YouTaSeCatet's  Safe With Us.  LeasirysisaTiTiaDsaihomrswIlhaiB.  PW/AntaulCarre  MaUlVaaiiissjandPaarwanllnj  Indoor PUnt and Yard MastnteiuuKe  aVfsJarlk��iaa-(lirckarrLlT^lnSa-rTk>*  GALLSHMON 885*2228  w  Cuitw Heme - WulA  lt*aiMMiiaM��l  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Branchn Cottt To Coatt  t\roWEk.Tv  m *Jm%r  Summer Choral  Singing Camp  ONE WEEK SKSIONS  rt   Ages 7-11, 12-17  ���J*       Beginners  Welcome  For information and  registration please call  The westwind  School Of Music  885-2460  SPARKLE CAR CLEAN  WASH ft WAX  hicjh quality-hand applied w��x  ���al so incliKles exterior windows  'Chrome potishiri3-$49.99  mbber & tiie  dressing  Hwy 101 Gibsons Beside B&K Landscaping   886-0355  hy Dianne Evans  Thc annual general meeting  of Community Services will be  held on Wednesday, June 16 at  7:30 pm, wilh a reception for  donours beginning al 5:30 pm.  Thc meeting will take place at  lhe offices of Ihe society at 5638  Inlet Avenue. The community is  welcome to attend.  Childrens' services  Families wilh children who  exhibit challenging behaviour  often need extra help. Special  Services to Children is a program designed for this purpose.  Thc program, coordinated by  Chris Dcnlcy, matches thc needs  of Ihe young people, be Ihey  physical, social, emotional or  developmental delays, with thc  skills of thc child and youth care  counsellors, allowing for thc  highest level of success.  Thc counsellor spends most  of thc time with thc child - from  five to 15 hours per week, bul  thc family also benefits, not  only from Ihe support a skilled  ' professional can offer, but also  from the respite which thc one-  to-one care can give.  Each counsellor works wilh  thc family and support people  from other involved agencies.  This cooperative effort helps the  child make behavioural changes  safely, by empowering the child  to examine his or her own  options for resolving Iheir difficulties.  Nineteen part lime staff  members provided almost 40  families with 8,356 hours of service during lhe 1992/93 year  (3,391 more than Ihe previous  year). Three staff members arc  certified lo work wilh people  with autism.  Long time staff  Much of the program's success is due to thc commitment  of the staff. "I'd like to thank  Guy Bullen and Tim Carlilc for  their perseverance; they've been  wilh special services for five  years now," Chris Denlcy told  mc last week. "The other child  and youth care workers also  deserve special mention for their  caring and for their ingenuity in  providing excellent service."  Integration  Program staff make extensive  use of communily facilities in  iheir work. Children and work  ers go to parks, swimming  pools, restaurants, malls, and  attend appropriate classes. West  Howe Sound Recreation programs are particularly well used  by the program.  "Integrating children into the  community by offering Ihem thc  chance to participate in a variety  of social situations is a lot more  positive than isolating them,"  Dcnley explained. "I would like  to thank the community for  being receptive to our children  and Iheir workers."  The future  Special services continues lo  grow at a steady rate and it is  still a dream to open the service  to give families with children  displaying challenging  behaviour easier access. Part of  John Duncan  Reform Party Candidate  North Island - Powell River  For Information about  tho Reform Party:  Daphne Avis 866-2654  Bill Rayment 885-5242  Graham Wray 686-9295  REFORM BL  Amhorlad by Jswn Soutir. OHk-ial Agant lor John Duncan  this will come with Ihe establishment of a children's room in  the Inlet Avenue building, after  ils purchase by lhe society. (For  more information about the  building projecl and Community  Services see last week's issue of  The Weekender).  "We are looking forward to  having some space to use as an  activity room for rainy days,"  Denley added. "Having Ihe  space would also allow us to  provide a greal summer program  for our children."  For information aboul Special Services lo Children, or the  iibuilding project or any other  'programs call 885-5881 or drop  into the office al 5638 Inlet  Avenue between 9 am and 4  pm, Monday lo Friday.  -       aa. i (a*****"-��ajapp^ay���  FLOOR  INSTALLATIONS  ���Carpet ��� lino  ��� Hardwood  "FOR A TIDY JOB ON TIME"  ' coll GREG DENNI50N  886-3220 cell 649-4385  15* OFF  HI&V.ABE&  v\9k  OPEN-HOUSE  June 5th - 26th  Barbeque  Sat., June19 & Sat., June 26,11 am - 2 pm  DON'T MISS THE BOAT.  Come in during our Open House and  you could win a Quicksilver 11'  inflatable boat complete with  a Mercury 99 HP motor.  Plus see all the  latest boat models  and motors for  Summer '93, with  incredible price  mark-downs and many  other exciting and informative attractions.  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Prices effective  Monday, June 7 to  Sunday, June 13  Meat  nJOAtr     3,99.  tOASTINft CHICKIN      1,29.  M<V^|����WWNmWH��IMNHHIMI  faklS** ��~K 3-48.  fl^Ktiayc a99r.  fijjaciti Imut Strim 449��  ISjJj*"**" 3-48*  ��*a^'tl^in��l<N����r*��ir��rt>tl.t^wliyClswk ^^  iywAoi  4.99*.  (^.Fashion Hams   4.99.  . 3*40- Coast News, June 7, 1993  11  leisure  Conducter  and  composer  Arthur  Poison  (centre) will  appear In  three  Festival of  the Written  Arts  concerts  this year.  1- ,o ,              ' .-. j  Poison to participate in festival concerts  The Festival of the Written Arts    day, June 20 at 2 pm and the Cham-    Master of the Winnipeg Symphony  Society, presenters of the annual Fes-    ber Ensemble of the CBC Radio    Orchestra, as well as with the CBC  tival Concert Series in the pavilion at    Orchestra on August 15 at 7:30 pm.       Winnipeg Orchestra and the Manito-  Rockwood Centre  is proud to        Equally   accomplished   with    ba Centre Chamber Orchestra, Poison  announce that the internationally    baroque, classical and electric violin,    returned to Vancouver to become the  renowned violin soloist, composer    Poison has  toured extensively    conductor and musical director of the  and conductor Arthur Poison will    throughout Canada and the US, and    Vancouver Youth Symphony Orches-  take part in the series three times this    has performed countless CBC broad-    tra, co-conductor of the Vancouver  summer. Music lovers can hear him    casts for radio and television.                Opera Orchestra and a member of the  perform with Festival Players Canada        He has composed concerti for    CBC Chamber Orchestra,  on Sunday, June 13 at 2 pm and see    trumpet, violin, organ, bassoon and        Tickets for the Arthur Poison con-  him conduct the Vancouver Senior    flute, as well as orchestral and cham-    certs are available from the Festival  Youth Symphony Orchestra on Sun-    ber works. After 20 years as Concert    box office at Rockwood Centre.  v  ik. * M   -    ]���&  JL___m  Artist finds inspiration in life, travel  by Darah Hansen  Whal is it behind a work of  art lhat transforms it from cold,  impersonal expression to a vital  and living presence?  In lhe case of Roberts Creek  artist Kay Bonathan it's thc  combination of a number of  essential elements. Primarily,  Bonalhan's works breathe wilh  the artist's own  strength, femininity,  imagination and  richness of cultural  experience  abstract, translate thc strangeness, lhe sensuality of thc  voodoo religion - winged beings  and disfigured faces inspired by  lhe elements of bodily possession. Birds arc a rcoccurring  image in her work, she said.  "It's something aboul being lifted up, set free, transported ...  something mystical."           It is something  lhat awed her about  It is readily      thc Haitian people,  . _.        "They don'l mind  apparent tbe   uislorlion,    they  In a combination strong influence don't mind using  speech and slide *-_,���__*���_, -,.ia,.���__, lncir imagination,"  show   Wednesday JoretSn cuuure   shc said ���,,m surc  nighl at the Sunshine plays in ber art some of lhat has  Coasl Arts Centre,        entered my subcon-  Bonathan  gave a  clear presentation to about 30  spectators of how these elements  have woven Iheir way into her  work.  In particular, it is readily  apparent the strong influence  foreign culture plays in her art.  Thc two years she spent living and working in thc impoverished, politically unstable Haiti  during thc early 1970s pervades  thc exhibit, providing flavour of  country's history and culture.  Bright colours, rich textures,  romantic imaginings of lean,  graceful women arc all beautifully captured in thc fibreglass  figures of the Pregnant Clown  (1978) and Red Salomon  (1974>. ,���.,,, , .  Other ^CMijptures,   nipt*;.  sciousness.  Add to that Bonathan's later  experiences in Asia, where shc  travelled for several months,  impressing thc imagery on her  mind through sketches and  paintings.  From there shc took with her  thc epic quality of the stone  guardians of the temples; the  intricate mosaic of tiles decorating lhe roofs.  This latter element, she said,  is evident in both the masonitc  and collage structures, Summer  Bird and Winter Bird (1993),  where thc layering of Ihe colourful paper scraps upon the sculptures gives thc effect of a delicate quill-like appearance.  Bonathan says shc doesn't go  looking for inspiration in her  KWIK KERB  Instant landscaping Edging  FLUIISTIMA1U  ���GAIIDENS*PAVING BORDERS* |  *DRIVEWAYS*CARPARKS*  special 10 /O Off  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl (.Aluminum Windows' Aluminum Mings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  #7-5522 Wharf St, Sechelt Jim Bain 88M572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  Artist Kay Bonathan  travels, but often finds later that Kay  Bonalhan's  exhibit  something shc saw elsewhere, "Degrees of Density" is on dis-  half-way around the world, has play al lhe arts centre until June  made ils way into her work. 20.  Festival concerts geared to please classical fans  Schubert, Crusell, Prokovicv,  Victor Davies, Mozart, Brahms,  Bruch, Maurcr, Rimsky-Kor-  sakov - they're all on thc menu  for thc first three concerts of the  1993 Festival Summer Concert  Scries in the Festival Pavilion al  Rockwood.  All three concerts, presented  by thc Festival of thc Written  Arts Society, will be held on  Sunday afternoons at 2 pm with  tea available in thc gardens during intermission.  The scries begins with a  return visit by Festival Players  Canada on Sunday,June 13,  with Arthur Poison and Mark  Ferris on violin, Marie Claude  Brunei on viola, Ian Hampton  on cello and guest soloist Gene  Ramsbottom on clarinet.  Their program will include a  Quartet in C Minor hy Franz.  Schubert, clarinet quartets by  Mozart and B. Crusell, a siring  quartet by Serge Prokovicv, Victor Davies' "Blues-Ragtime",  and Ron Paley's "Happiness is a  Siring Quartet Playing the  Blues".  The second concert in lhe  scries will be performed by the  76-mcmbcr Vancouver Senior  Youlh Symphony Orchestra on  Sunday, June 20, at 2 pm.  It has been a busy season for  thc youthful players of this  orchestra with concerts at the  Orpheum in November and with  thc UBC Orchestra in February,  a Christmas concert at Christ  Church Cathedral and Coffee  Concerts at the Vancouver Playhouse.  To lop it all, they will leave  on a European concert tour just  days after their performance al  the Festival Pavilion.  Under conductor Arthur Pol-  son, their program will include  Rimsky-Korsakov's  "Scheherezade" and Victor  Davies' "Big Top", as well as  Maurcr's Concerto for Four  Violins which will feature thc  winners of lhe 1992 CIBC  National Competition (Chamber  Music Class). Sponsor of Ihis  concert hy the Vancouver Senior  Youth Orchestra are thc IOA  Stores at Wilson Creek and Gibsons.  The third Sunday concert will  be played by the Ramcoff Trio  on July 4 at 2 pm. The trio's  leader, Ocnc Ramsbottom, has  been principal clarinetist for thc  Vancouver Opera Orchestra  since its founding in 1977.  He also holds the principal  clarinet chair of Ihe CBC Vancouver Orchestra and instructs  in clarinet al UBC, Capilano,  Douglas and Vancouver Orchestra. Pianist Monica Pfau is lhe  winner of the ARCT Gold  Medal of Canada, Ihe Young  Artists and Madeline Till competitions of BC and thc UBC  Concerto Competition. Roger  Mangas, viola, studied under  Josef    Kodousek,    one    of  Europe's finest violist, and he is  now a member of the Vancouver  Opera Orchestra.  These three exceptional  musicians will perform Max  Bruch's Pieces for Clarinet,  Viola and Piano, Op. 83,  Johanne Brahms' Sonata for  Piano & Viola and his Sonata  for Piano & Clarinet and conclude with Mozart's Trio  "Kegclstalt."  This concert is sponsored by  Anderson Really.  Tickets arc available from  . the Festival Box Office al Rockwood. 885-9631.  Member of  ALLIED...  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But the help wanted section  has few listings for canine composers, so Richardson occupies  his time with a more formidable  craft: he builds hammer dulcimers, drums, boats ��� just  about anything lo do with wood.  And he has just finished  recording a compact disc, entitled Precipice, which is a bagpipe, hammer dulcimer, guitar  and drum dessert of music that  could make Bums turn and forget his sword stuck in the haggis.  But what, exactly, is a hammer dulcimer?  "There's no other instrument  in the world that sounds like it,"  says Richardson. "Settlers in the  US called it a logger's piano.  It's the predecessor to the  piano."  Yet it looks nothing like a  ^rdjim's   Mk  Resort "sss-QVir  Ole's Cove Rd., just north of Secret Cove on Hwy. 101  SUNDAYS - SPECIAL BRUNCH MENU  JoMacDowU   Open Fridays, 6-9PM  tymmmup Sat&Sun8-2PM,6-9PM  Reservations Requested 885-7038  Capilano  College  ANNOUNCING:  SUMMER COURSES:  ���Mastering WordPerfect 5.1  Monday through Friday, June 14-25  9:30 to 11:30 a.m.  Fees: $205.00  #Baslcs of Microcomputers  Monday, Tuesday and Thursday evenings  June 14*25  7:00 to 10:00 p.m.  Fees: $195  #Adult Basic Education  (Upgrading to Grade 12)  Students planning to register tor ABE classes  In September are asked to call the reception  desk to register for an information session to  be held August 31,1993.  *** Please note the reception desk is open only  from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. until July 30 and  9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for the month ol August.  5627 Inlet Ave., PO Box 1609  Sechell, B.C. 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Yet the wood  has a finish, polish and look to it  that would make a millwright  want to switch professions.  "People see them, listen lo  them, and then they're in there  playing with it for a while, and  after about a half hour they say,  i want one'." When playing in  front of an audience, says  Richardson, "Some of them are  amazed. Some jump up and  down and dance. I don'l think  I've ever had a negative experience."  Not for lack of exposure.  First place winner of the  Legion Highland games,  Richardson is pipe major of the  Sechelt Pipes and Drums, plays  in folk concerts all over BC and  is gaining international recognition with the new CD, sponsored  by Festival Records. The disc,  carried by A&B Sound, was  produced by Jerry Henri of Red  House Productions, who owns  "the biggest 24-track studio  from here to Alaska."  Richardson built his first  hammer dulcimer almost by  accident. A friend, he says, originally found one - though different to the type Richardson builds  - in a second hand store in Victoria for $50. But "I needed a  bigger and better one," he says.  "I couldn't find any books on  it, so I did it the way I thought it  should look and developed a  fine-tuning system stolen from  fiddle players.  I didn't know any better, otherwise I would have made it the  same as everybody else's."  Thc advantage of Richardson's hammer dulcimers, which  sell for about $800 lo $2,500,.i*  lhat they can be played much  faster and more intricately than  Tom Richardson, builder and musician, plays the precursor to the piano���the hammer dulcimer.  Derek McNaughton pholo  traditional models, because of  his unique bridge design, based  on mathematics.  His crafty fingers and musical blood come from his father,  who never had to carry his own  pack in World War Two.  His harmonica earned him  respect from other men, says  Richardson, who would rather  have his dad play sweet  melodies than suffer with another backpack.  Piano trained at age five,  Richardson picked up the admiration of a few Scots by age 11  when he mastered the pipes.  "But in my adult life I wanted  more. And since everybody  plays the guitar, I lost interest in  thai," he says.  He scratches his rcd-ish beard  and stares at his dogs, who  appear anxious as if il's time to  sing. ���������   ,'t  They know it is Richardson  who makes the music.  Westside Story finds  all-important direction  iy\��j  600DRAKE  "Your Home Away From Home"  VLC PROPERTIES LTD.  -injudlyiiivitej you to preview  our brand new 192 suite  renal appntatnt tower.  KttYI0tMTl*0CCtJnUKT.  When in the dry on business,  why not corukfcr Vancouver's  newest concept in cemvenient  and a-Axdable short-tenn  -fcommodation - modem studio  and jr.I bdrm suites. Available  on a monthly bans. 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In West Side Story the  tension primarily involves Ihe  fale of the star-crossed lovers,  Tony and Maria. As in Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, on  which the musical is modelled,  the purity of their love and innocence blinds them to the niacl-  storm of ignorance and haired  which surrounds them, and propels them to the fatal end. the  interplay of "fatal and Fate", of  "death marked love" is the challenge of ihis particular iceberg.  A stranger to neither the challenges of theatre, nor to leading  young people, Mahlman feels at  home with Ihis cast. She has  taught drama at Chatelech Secondary school for thc past six  years, and is currently in a  shared vice-principal position  there. A degree in English and  Social Studies at University of  Victoria, with studies and practice in theatre led Mahlman to  leaching in Valemont BC,  before returning to her native  Sunshine Coast. As well as  teaching drama, she has played  Ihe lead in Hedda Gabler, and  acted in Romeo and Juliet at U  Vic; has directed musical and  dramatic theatre, and has written  original and adaptive plays.  Her best known local work  was as assistant director of last'  year's Anne of Green Gabies.  Mahlman has expressed great,  pleasure with the challenge of  working with musical director'  Lyn Vernon and choreographer  Karen Boothroyd in this production.  Tickets available at Sayward  Books, Gibsons; Talewind  Books, Sechelt; and Reflections  Hair Studio in Pender Harbour.  Tickets by mail can be arranged  at 885-7712.  Various backstage jobs are  still to be filled, and pre-show  financial assistance is required. Coast News, June 7, 1993  13  sports  Band teams compete in off-Coast tourney  Players representing the Sechelt Indian Band participated in a two-  day Native soccer tournament held in Seabird Island last weekend  involving 32 teams from around the Lower Mainland.  Of the teams laking part, players in the 13 and under age category  took first place, with all stars presented to Kirk Julian and Rozalyn  Dixon.  The three remaining teams each took second place with all stars  named as follows:  10 and under category - Kellen Feschuk and Kristina Joe  16 and under category - Miranda Joe and Blair Joe  Sechelt Renegades     - Troy Joe and Darren Dixon  Kellen Feschuk was further awarded the Most Valuable Player trophy in the tournament.  Awards were presented at the Pegasus banquet held last Friday as  follows:  League and Cup play  -Blair Joe: Rookie of Ihe year  -Brent Hoehne: part of the league's top defence  -Kirby Jackson Jr.: league's top defence  -Peter Jackson: part of the league's lop defence  -Steven Feschuk: most dedicated player, top 14-year-old  -Keith Johnson: most persistent  Goals  -Neil Reid: most improved  -Mike Bradshaw: most improved  -Robert D'Onofrio: top forward  -Ryan Dempster: most inspirational  -Toby Baptiste: most gifted  -Garth Paul: most aggressive  -Gresham Smith: most versatile  -Matt Joe: most valuable player (second year in a row)  Both the men's and women's soccer teams played again this weekend in an open tournament at Cultis Lake. No results have been  received.  7 DAY  ALASKA  CRUISES  WITH  HOLLAND AMERICA LINES  BC Residents Standby  from $999 per person  June 18, July 8 & 22 Departures  Now taking applications  886-3381 or 886-2522/Fax 886-3332  819 Sunshine Coast Hwy, Gibsons.  (next to Gibsons Medical Clinic)  YOU'RE THE WINNER WHEN YOU CHOOSE  COAST NEWS & WEEKENDER CLASSIFIEDS  885-3930 or 886-2622  FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE  minor ball standing  Minor ball scores as of May 31 are as follows:  Bantam: May 23, Luke Bolton started  off the bottom of the 7th inning with a single  to start a three-run rally. Good Cents Sports  went on to win 9 to 8 over Roberts Creek  Legion.  May IS, Coastal Roads over Good Cents  Sports, 13 to 6: this was a makeup game  from April 26.  May 12, Coastal Roads over Roberts  Creek Legion, 15 to 5.  Gibsons Lions 11 vs Good Cents Sports  5. Gibsons Lions Steamer had two RBI's.  Steve Stevenson came in as relief pitcher to  win the game.  Jeff Underwood and Jeremy Ruck both  played outstanding defence while Mike Pollock had two RBI's.  Standings:  W        L  Good Cents Sports      9 3  Roberts Creek Legion  3 7  Gibsons Lions 2 7  Coastal Roads 7 4  Pee Wees: May 14, IGA over Devlins;  May 16, Gibsons Legion over Pharmasave;  May 17, Devlines 8 vs Patra Pizza 7. Good  pitching by Chris Banbury and Eli Dill, a  homerun by Blake Randall, double hit by  Ryan Johnstone; Gibsons Legion 9 vs Gibsons Firefighters 7; IGA 5 vs Sunnycrest 3,  good pitching by Mike Menear and Collin  Urquhart, also excellent pitching by Harley  Redfern of Sunnycrest. May 19, Patra 8 vs  Sunnycrest 4. Note: NRS Realty is now  Pharmasave.  Mosquitos: Supervalu's John Small  pitched three great innings on Tuesday as his  team beat Highpoint Excavating 8 to 5. On  Friday Callum McBride whalloped a grand  slam homerun, leading his team to a 24 to IS  win over Investors Group. For Investors  Group, Julia Budd hit a solid triple. William  Lucas is starting to hit the ball fairly well  and unfortunately, Ross Peterson broke a  finger and will be missed.  Scores: Tideline 20 vs GBS 4; Investors  19, GBS 4; Andy's 24 vs Investors 15;  Kerns 4 vs SuperValu 3; SuperValu 8 vs  High Point Excavating 5.  Mosquito coaches remember to phone  your scores lo Graham.  Standings:  W  T  L  P  Investors Group  4  0  5  8  Andy's  3  0  5  6  Kems  7  0  1  14  Pebbles Realty  2  0  5  4  High Point Exc.  4  0  1  8  SuperValu  3  2  3  8  Quality Farms  2  1  2  5  Omega  2  0  3  4  Tideline  5  1  2  11  GBS  2  0  6  4  Tadpoles: Ernie and Gwen's 18 vs Grade-  Rite Excavating 14, Jamie Godesson was an  excellent pitcher.  Reminders: The Gibsons Minor Ball  association is having a bottle drive from 9  am to 2 pm on Saturday, June 12. Coaches  call your coordinators for more details, and  also report your win/loss records so they can  be reported to Roz.  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  Over $500 Is  Collected in  Y.O.H. Drive  GIBSONS LANDING-The annual budget drive of the Victorian Order of Nunes, Elphinstone branch was held during  .be week May 6th to May 11th,  through the district from Hopkins Landing to West Sechelt.  .The public responded most generously to the appeal, a total of  $528.35 being collected.  During the week following  lhe drive a meeting of members  of the V.O.N, board and the  canvassers wss held at the  home of the secretary,, Mrs. D.  Donaldson. The participants  were much gratified/ by the  splendid results, and the officers expressed profound thanks  to the many persons/and organizations who had assisted the  work by aiding publicity and  by the wearying /work, especially in this scattered district,  of door to door canvassing. The  hanks of the* brftach were ex.  pressed through /their board to  the general pub^c who by their  contributions Jisd made the  drive a success.  National Film  Covert  B**ch**lt,  Qlbwn't   L*i.dln*f.  Port   Mellon,  Woodfibre,  Squimllh  Irvine1!  Ltndlnc,  Half Mnon  Hay  Hardy   laland. Pender Harbour  Wtleon   Creek,   noberta   Creek  Orantham'*   Undlnf.   Eimoni.  Hopkln'e   I.andlnv,    Braikendale  Ciiackeyts. etc.  ��te (Eoast Ijetus  am-me OHImi ui mm. Mr,  ^��SV?."%ISl.f0AWr��K'or5SS,U5.�� ���  Vol. 1 ��� No. 39  HALFMOON BAY, B. C.        Friday, June 1,1946        5c Pn Copy. 12.50 Fn Yen, by Mall  Squamish Death  Saddens District  JAMISON-May 30, 1946, Chas.  Liter Jamison of Squamish,  B. C. in his 09th year. Survived  by his loving wife, 1 daughter,  Mrs. Keith Green; 1 son, Kenneth A. Jamison, and 2 grandchildren, all of Squamish.  Mr. Jamleton was born in  Wisconsin, U.S.A. and came to  Canada where he took out his  citizenship papers, and a homestead. He mined in the Cariboo  for 8 years before coming to  Squamish where he has resided  for the past twenty-seven yean.  Funeral service were held  Saturday at 4 p.m. from the  United Church by Rev. W. B.  Mcintosh. Pall bearers were  Messrs. F. Magee. A. Lass-  mann, A. Fowler, T. K. Smith.  J. Marshall, J. Nell Interment  took place in Squamish cemetery.  Board Ends       P.C.M.R. Dinner  Season  WE ARE sorry to say farewell  to the  National Film Board  showings until September when  we hope again to enjoy these  pictures. The last showing was  very well attended, there being  over a hundred present in thc  Sechelt Pavilion, The oustand-  iif!  picture  was South of the  Rnrrler    in    Technicolor,    also  ("hiltlren of the City and learn  m swim. The Toronto Symphony  ���'.'n-.ucted  by  Sir  Ernest  Mc-  Millian was good allho several  irked on the poor sound ef-  **���. Roberts film board rep-  *ve, thanked Mr. Hackett  ���Tstates for their co-  -��ch  Held, Sechelt Inn  THE LONG delayed PC.M.R.  dinner was finally held in the  Sechelt Inn Friday May 31st.  It- was supposed to have been  the Rangers farewell dinner,  but it took on another meaning.  It was a farewell to the old organization which waa disbanded  after the war was over and a  welcome to the new organization, the object of which is to  perpetuate the ideals and activities of the Pacific Coast Militia  Ranges. This new organization  ia the Pacific Coast Militia Ranger Assoclati . It w-nvldes  tr:'-  t   ' ical ��� *,t-  Les Young  Takes Over  Sechelt Garage  LES VOUNG recently of the  Wilson Creek Garage is putting on the finishing touches of  the Sechelt Garage which he  took over a short time ago and  enlarged. Les is preparing to  give an efficient service to the  motorists on the Peninsula. Added to his experience of long  standing as a motor mechanic  will be those of his associates  Fred Markert and Al Mee.  Les Young spent the early  part of his life on Prince Edward Island, moving from  there, he served his time in  automobile machine shop in  Calgary from 1933 to 1927. At  the end of that time he came  to the coast and spent about  four years as an engineer on  tug boats. Always looking for  a chance to broaden his knowledge in the mechanical line,  Les next went into the B.C.  woods and spent about six or  seven years as donkey engineer  and truck mechanic. He left the  woods to go overseas with the  Royal Canadian Electrical Mech-  ical Engineers and reached the  rank of Armament Quartermaster Sergeant. When he received  his discharge from the army he  came to the ePnlnsula to work  for the Wilson Creek Garage  Ltd., until a short time ago when  he decided to go Into business  for himself, He is married and  ha*     ��� children.  'fnrkert who was Les  ���n In the same unit  ������d   him   recently  -1th of m- ���*  Legend of Glamis Castle  Has Counterpart Here  Archbisop Duke  Blesses Sechelt  Church  His Grace, Archbishop Duke,.  of Vancouver, was an honored  guest at Sechelt over the weekend. His visit wu to bleu the  new Catholic Church of the Holy  Family, (St. Vincents Missions)  at Sechelt and to give the Sac-  rement of Confirmation to some  children and grown-ups of the  district. The ceremonies were  very Interesting to the large  congregation, The choir was under the direction of Mrs. Kitty  Englin and Mrs. J. A. Evans was  the organist.  Rev Fathf-r Dunlop of Sechelt  and Rev. Father Sowerby of  Vancouver assisted His Grace  the Archbishop with the ceremonies. Rev. Father Baxter,  O.M.I., pastor of the newly consecrated Church spoke briefly,  thanking those who had given  generously to help build this  lovely church. His Grace spoke  mainly to the children on the  Sjtrrement of Confirmation  which thev had just received  and asked them al. to keep away  from liquor until they had  reached the apr of 21 vein and  knew ��'hat they were doing.  His Grace Mid it was a terrible  Mate of affairs to sec th>* young  people drinking at dan-  Mid parties in "  day afternw  secrated  c> 'rch ���  Br Muguai Allan  CStchelt Waal)  THIS IS a legend about Glamla  Cutle, the ancestral home ot  our present Queen. It seems  they started to build It on a different site than the present one.  For some unknown reason, ai  the workmen arrived in the  mornings, the work they had  done the previous day was all  taken down- The ghosts must  have had labor troubles, too!  Right here at West Sechelt  we have a legend in the making, too.  On the Mason Road there are  two bad spots over which some  queer things happen. First of  all, we pester the government  for about six months, -xd then  one day along comes the grader**,  man. He is received with smiles  from everyone, like Admiral  Halsey going into Japan. He  fixes the road.  Night comes, and rain in the  morning. Presto! the road disappears again. No road. No  bus.  I often wonder that %n Saturday nights (I think that waa  the night Tam-O-Shanter lost  the tai] off his horse) that some  of the boys don't sink into it,  rnd that we don't find them on  Sunday mornings with their  faces sticking out of the mud  and their ears holding them up.  I understand it nearly swallowed the grader.  As time goes on, I suppose,  we will keep on pestering the  government   and   stalking   the  ngineers. and we will still  Mnat  M"**eiy' with  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. 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IMPROVER  RENOVATIONS WITH  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL  885-50*9  BCK7  UDl HALFMOON BA]  The Renaissance Renovator  ��� minor repairs  ��� maintenance  ' Hnogmalivt renovations  lfyears in residential construction  QVAUHWOBK  ERIC JAMES-885-6096 Coast News, June 7, 1993  15  t.onstiiK turn Sites  ���     Oujrlooi Pjcnirs  Wcclclmqs. etc..  Also Senile  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064  There's two  toll litters  plus two  kittens and  parents  waiting for  caring,  responsible  homes. Call  the SPCA  today at 885-  4771.  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  MARINE SERVICES  ���I  ���Seeks  VMVUCnMSDMQ    ^WMaUAm.**  ees-evsi  ibw.t7es.36i 3  ^Ship Shape Props  ���OAT PNOPELUR REPAIM ��� KMICC  "SUP SHAPE SERVICE"  Cafflll Bolly, Proprlator  PH:MS-S27l(Bua.)  Ma-M10(Raa.>  R.R. 1, Manors Road  Sachalt, B.C.  VONJAO  fl SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ""     'KITCHENS* BATHROOMS'  886-941 f  Cellular  23t>3378  Thank You l  to our valued readers. 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The Coast News    j  PRECISE PAINTING & PIASTER  ��� Compiele Custom Painting  ��� Texture  ��� All Phases of Drywall  ���Journeyman Workmanship  Neale Free  886-0928 Estimates  Commercial/Residential  Fully Guaranteed  .... _ Re-Roof & Repair  ROOMM57 specialists  Tha-coaiajamra>tngpaT>feiia��ri*s  886-0920  ~~Bu  weeaneer  Carina ty Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove SBS-T8SB  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 YEARS  PARTS - SALES - SEHVICE -REPAIRS  K a C Tlwrmoglass 4  Cobra Boats now  In-Stock  _  .'.Id^ih'.V  OUTBOARDS i  [ti����.o��.-.ts.mo����o��i  ^^���^^1        te the tlnkhhg touch  *-���--*> Eric's Drywall  ���jiWusacafl  ,   885-6052  INSOLATION  YAMAHA OUTBOARDS  rell's  larine  is the ExcKitthw  OtahrtiUp lorthe  Sunshine Coast  Exceptional quality  it in exceptionally  low price.  ��� Batt It Blown ��� Commtrcial ���  ��� Reatdantlal ��� New ft ExUtlng ���  886-8741  MECHANICAL SERVICES  LANDSCAPING  Whistler's Landscaping  Fencing ��� Turf ��� Drainage  Retaining Walls (Rock)  Residential and Commercial  Fi-** EtUmatM: Pat 885-2870  Corner nf Payne k Scamnuni  -MARINE ��� WGVANl, ��� TRUCKING ��� INDUSTRIAL  THetel Etiainr Rrrairs and Cherhauh  Truck Sen-kinR tc KcpMn, Srhc-rliilril MwnirnaiKr  LOGGING * HEAVY KQI'IPMF.N | REPAIRS  34 Hniir F-meiRrnc) Service  ,886-4577 Shop 886-3118 Rm.   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Marine Repaiis        ��� I��� & Taclale MS-iiW J  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  5 YEARS AGO  Harbour Publishing of  Madeira Park again distinguished itself in the provincial  literary arena as two of ils books  were honoured at the fourth  annual BC Book Awards banquet at the Hotel Vancouver.  The books were Whalers No  more by Captain W.A.  Hagelund and Spilsbury's Coast  by Jim Spilsbury and Howard  White.  The amalgamation of the forest districts of Sechelt and Powell River may mean a large scale  logging blitz on Elphinstone  Mountain, according to SCRD  director Jim Gurney, who  believes the major logging companies are reshuffling their priorities in order to exploit the  mountain while still remaining  within the limits of the maximum allowable cut.  10 YEARS AGO  Ada Dawe, the grand old  lady of Sechelt, suggested  Shorncliffe be the name of the  Sechelt Intermediate Care Society because it is the name of the  rock upon which the home was  built and because it is the name  of the avenue in front of the new  building.  The Coast News received a  press release from Yellowknife,  NWT, that the indefatigable  Benny LePage is to ride a bike  across Canada to raise funds for  a Teen Centre in Yellowknife.  15 YEARS AGO  Despite the brilliant late  I spring weather, almost 100 people attended the second Elphinslone Community Forum at  Elphinstone School.  20 YEARS AGO  The long-awaited report on  location of the highway from  Langdale to Sechelt will be presented to the regional district  board at Thursday's meeting.  25 YEARS AGO  After years of hard work by  many people of Gibsons and the  area, a dream will come true.  Gibsons Athletic Association  and its supporters are putting  finishing touches to an area to  be used by the Little League at  Brothers Memorial Park.  35 YEARS AGO  The price of gasoline in this  area was the subject of discussion at the Board of Trade meeting and il was pointed out that  gasoline can be obtained two  cents cheaper at Andy's Bay  than it can be obtained in Gibsons.  40 YEARS AGO  Malcolm MacPhail of Gibsons passed away on June 2 at  his home in Gibsons at the age  of 68. Mr. MacPhail who was  very active in local political circles, had been presidenl of the  Liberal Association in Gibsons  and was taking an active part in  lhe present political campaign.  Clarence McDonough of  Halfmoon Bay shot and killed a  300 pound black bear right from  his kitchen window and any day  now will have on display a bear  rug.  by Kyla McDonald  Time continues to fly at  Elphie, as the end of the year  looms closer and closer.  Already next year's grade 8s are  facing an orientation meeting  for parents and students. This  meeting will be held      Wednesday June 9, at  Elphinstone as counsellor Bill Forst and  vice-principal  Lawrence Stoochnoff  week for the Interact executive  committee for 93-94. President  Crystal Fergus, vice-president  Debbie Davidson, secretary  Jackie Hunter, and treasurer  Jared Hunt, surely these leaders  will be as successful as this       year's club who will be  presenting Breakaway, the wildlife  rehabilitation centre  and the SPCA with  $100 each which they  Elections  were also  held this  will briefly describe to week for tbe have raised for these  Interact  executive  committee  parents and students  what should be expected in the year to come.  June 16 marks the  end of classes, however, there are still other  new beginnings this week  marked by the election of next  year's grad committee: presidents Natalie Brind and Elisa  Mowbray, social directors Tara  Matsuzaki and Jenny Ng, treasurers Gina Crosby, Aprile  Dunlop, Colleen Norton and  Christy Stoochnoff. Congratulations to all these deserving winners, hopefully they will help to  make grad '94 as great as all  Elphinstone's other esteemed  classes.  Elections were also held this  local worthy causes.  They have also raised  $280 to go to World  Wildlife Federation as  their international projecl.  June IS should be a day  marked in the memory of all  Elphie students, for at 7 pm the  annual awards night presentations will be made.  Come one, come all to this  important event and support  your peers in their community  and academic accomplishments.  Last but not least, the final  concert band practice will be  this Monday. All music and  summer rentals should be decided upon at this time. And for this  week, that's all folks!  MON TIME HT. FT.  0235 10.6  7   0700 12.8  MO   1410 2.3  2140 15.4  FRI TIME HT. FT.  0630 8.5  11 1115 10.5  FR   1655      7.2  TUES TIME HT.FT.  0330 10.3  8   0755 12.2  TU   1450 3.3  2220 15.2  SAT TIME HT. FT.  0005 14.4  12   0725 76  SA   1250 10.4  1Z45 8.5  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Tinw  WED TIME HT. FT.  THURSTIME HT. FT  0430 9.8  9 0850 11.5  WE 1530 4.5  2255 15.0  SUN -twf ht.m.  0040 14.1  13 0810 66  SU 1435 10.9  1850 9.7  0530 9.2  10 0955 10.9  TH 1610 5.8  2335 14.7  Tide Tables Courtesy of  potf  OUTFITTERS Ts  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 the 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 lakes you on a healthy shopping trip.  8:30pm  Creative Cooking  "All About Pizza"  Thursday  June 17,1993  7:00pm  Creative Cooking  "Lighl Dinner for Two"  7:30pm  Gibsons Ambassador Fashion Show  Contestants for Gibsons Ambassador display a selection  of locally available fashions.  Sponso  I'OKI)  ���  CLIP & SAVE  O bc ferries Schedule  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Inn Umgdate  6:20 am       4:30 pm  8:30 6:30  10:30 8:20 M  12:25 pmM  10:10'  ���.aaa. M-d*MlH  z**�� Mmridtaui  Leave Hoieeshoe Bay  7:30 am     5:30 pmM  7:25 M  9:15  11:00'  9:30 M  11:30  1:15 pm  3:30  twdtyiof  Hot Mondiyt only  Leave Eiris Cove  6:40 am       4:30 pm  6:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pmM   10:20 M        Haw Easrl't Cow i:IO taa. lam  Leave Saltery Bay  5:45 am    3:30 pm  7:35  9:30 M  11:30  5:30 M  7:30  9:20  yl:��a��i.  COASQEWS  COAST NEWS  _  WFaF.KF.NDER  ��� 16  Coast News, June 7, 1993  Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Run yottr classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!   Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Wast Sechelt 1/2 acre lot near  school. Lot 12 Norwest Bay Rd,  good petit, with possible subdivide.  $69,900. Ph: 886-2925     ��25cn  Richmond I bdrm apt., recently  decorated, central location. All  ���JM-lleil 886-7363.        ��24cn  Executive style custom view home.  2,600 ��� sq It, 3 levels, 2 bdrms,  plus master suite, 2 kitchens, 2-1/2  baths, vaulted ceilings, 2x6 walls,  cedar exterior / decks. Exceptional  yard, much more, lines! neighbourhood. 4990 Panorama dr.. Gaiden  Bay. 863-2687 eves. ss  Privale 13+ acres, exceptional  localion. Haibour, lake and island  views, roads throughout near Garden Bay Lake. Subdivision potential, borders crown and parkland,  $250,000,883-2687. ss  1194 sq. It. homes Irom foundation  up, $55sq.tt.886-7309.     I24w  1.   Homes 8a  Properly  Lot I Mountainview Drive, partial  view lot, level and cleared in a  quiet cul-de-sac with all under,  ground services. Private panhandle access. Ready to build your  dream home. $79,000. Call 886-  3612 01328-5534. ss  View Lol cul-de-sac, Hiilcresl Rd.,  Gibsons. Development permit and  underground services in place.  298-5215. I24w  Two-Family Homt on Two View  Lots in downtown Gibsons,  $289.500.8860281. K25w  Roberts Creek Beat buy around  still available. 4.5 acres ol beautilul treed secluded property with  seasonal creek. Asking $119,000  or 4.7 acres ol rolling hills and  broom. Backs on lorested crown  land, creek, ocean view, lots ol privacy, asking $110,000. Call 886-  2352. #24w  (vr^il NATIONAL  I     M    V���J I > I     \  I      I   L   I    \   I  1      I I   I> V    If    I  NRS CIBSONS REALTY LTD.  MORTGAGE UPDATE  jagg    6mo  1yr  2yr, 3yr   4yrJ Syr,  lit  2nd  Ml     7.79   8.125   >.7S    ��.2S    9.4S  1.29    1.79 I 1.99  jjajg Bar* Prima Rm 9.0%  For a comallmawilary market  ���valuation ol "your property'  Call  Jerry Ridgewell  Your Resident Realtor  886-2277  I Love To Sell Renl Estate'  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  Autos  1*  23  /a>  Baiter & Trade  Bad and Breakfast  Births  It  30  3  [great  Buainaaa and Horn*  Services  3S  \IDEAi  Buainaaa Opportunities M  Cam pars  ChildCara  25  37  Commercial for Rant  32  l^aj^Baagj  Entertainment  33  aa*ajT*eT"eTe  For Rant  31  ___��  For Sale  21  **"^^  Found  11  Obituaries ���  3  Free  1*  Personal  ���  Furniture  20  Pets & Livestock  12  Oarage Sales  17  Recreation  a  ' Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  22  34  Storage  Thank You  N  ���  Home & Property  1  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memonam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Loat  10  Wanted  18  Marina  20  Wanted to Rent  20  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings!  Motorcycles  Music  20  13  Engagements  Work Wanted  ���  M  DROP OFF YOUR  Coast News  Monday Edition  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place HHA-9-.M  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  ll*J STORE 885-8555  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-M00  INE IS NOON FRIDAY  m     ^ Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie street H8S-5930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockslde Pharmacy)  886-2622  Dave Orr and his great staff will help you place  your classifieds at AC Building Supplies, one of  our Friendly People Places In Pender Harbour.  For Sale By Bulkier Cape Cod  style, entry level living area, lire-  place, 3 bdrm., 2 1/2 baths, nice  quiet street. Close to all amenities.  Soil time to choose colours. Ready  lor occupancy July 1. Asking  $179,900. Call 886-2352.    124*  1/2 ACRE LOT  Gorgeous panoramic  view ol the Coaat  Mountains S Howe Sound.  3 minutes from lerry.  885-5429  One yr. old 3 bdrm. home with  over 1400 sq. It. ot living. This  immaculate rancher leatures: 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 CaST. 886-3374 alt.  5pm. ���24w  Deluxe view suite with prolessional  interior design in concrete tower,  Burnaby. By owner, $125,000.  420-5295. ��23cn  HIHHH,  MORTGAGE  LOANS  '1st, .MM Mortgages  ���DeM Consolidation  ���Ckitok Approvals  ���All credit cmildered  ���Qualify by phor>e  M lor a lrt�� consultation  240-9672  Ray Quan  Mhnl7daysawaak  PASSPORT MORTGAGE  tmmmi  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  OPEN HOUSE: Wed, 1-5, Sat., 1-  5. Very attractive, 1 bdrm. 1060 sq.  tt. condo, 1 yr. old. w/appl. Large,  bright L/R, D/R, super kilchen,  roomy dinette decorated with view,  choice localion. Quiet, private.  Georgia Mirage, unit 36, 555  Eaglecrest, Gibsons. $132,900. To  view anytime call 886-0461. ��23w  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOGUE  SeMCowrk��9t.. Box 1219  Saschajd. BC.. VON SAO  ���as-32tiFAxaas-2eee  Van. Toll Frw *aS4-a01��  rmmnaof  eunmonuuMOT  Wl-Ti  Han: a**aWHa  48' x 330' ot pnme tow bank watei  Ironl in Gibsons Harbour near  Gibsons Marina. House needs  repair but could be fixed up lot  recreational or rental use. Property zoned Tourist Commercial (C-2).  Double garage plus storage shed.  $189,500. Phone Jenniler 1-689  7070. ss  One acre in peacelul lower  Robens Creek. Partially cleared  with nice trees. Exceptional property at the end ol the road  $135,000,886-7372.        ��26cn  rue government owes you money  il you were on welfare or a senior  receiving under $10,000, or working but earning under $7,000, and  did not lile a tax return in any ol  Ihe last seven years. Call 986-  7467. ��23cn  LOVE  MARG. You're the best. I love you.  XXX.    . ��25cn  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 Coasl  News, Box 68, Sechelt.    I25cn  Are you feeling tense or have limiting energy levels? Polarity therapy  is a touch technique which aims to  balance the body's vital energy  and to release tension. For inlormation and appointment please  call Vonnie McKelvey 883-9653  B3cn  7.   Announcement  FORST POTTERY  Open 11-4, Wed.-Sat.. 1040  Chamberlin Rd., Gibsons.   ��25w  REALTY LTD  n  GARY WHITE  886-8107* 1-351-4390  TWIGFURNaTURE  Stephen Carroll will be displaying  his crall every Sat. behind Ihe  Shadow Baux Gallery, Cowrie St.,  Sechell. (weather permitting).��23w  Private Tuition  Experienced fully qualified teacher  available. Seniors exam preparation techniques. Elementary students ��� all subjects. 886-8468.  ���24w  Anderson; Riley Ernest, bom May  21,1993 at 10:43 am, weighing 8  pounds, 4 ounces. Parents are  Bnan and Scilla who are overjoyed  with their son. Grandparents are  Diane and Stan, Janet and John,  Kate and Terry. Aunts and uncles  are Justin and Kaion. Annabel and  Michael, Alan and Delia and  cousin Nicholas. A vei, special  thanks to Bev Pace, Beulah, Ingrid  and all the wonderful stall at St  Mary's. We would also like to thank  everyone who was so supportive  prior to the arrival ol Riley, all the  lood and attention was greatly  appreciated. ��23cn  HULLABALOO  "FunToCJo"  atrtlul.iv I'ni'lii's  wilh: art workshop, goody  bags, faccpalntlng Sr fun.  Call 885-6203  lobookyoursl  SALE  Every Sat, 504 S. Fletcher (above  Checkers). Stretch leggings, tank  tops, ramboe colours. J. Boe. 886-  7955. #24w  The Sunshine Coast Home Support Society, comprised of Home  Support, Hospice, Meals on  Wheels, Adult Day Care, Caregivers Program, gratefully receives  'In Memory' donalions. A card  acknowledging the gift will be sent  to the family. Upon request Ifte  donor will receive an official lax  receipt. Please include name ol  deceased, name and address of  next-of-kin and donor. Box 2420,  Sechelt, BC. ��23cn  Maria,  Tonight, tonight,  wont be  just any  night.  Tony  ���24w  fbnf& gift'Boutique  SpcdabzlnK in  Pretmed Floweri  AaMMoaal l��ii*a  Srwlng/Wini* i-Jieramkuni   .  Gift Wrapping' Gift B*keti  r-reiemd Caniyn - Veddina Bouquet*  Rena 68V Hwy 101  "a,tin Rd., Gibsons  886- 935S ��� Wed Sot 10 S  Almost new 1500 sq. It. 2 level  home in Gibsons, huge insulated  double garage, 21/2 balhs, lire-  place w/quallty finishing throughout. Features include huge master  bedroom with lull ensuite, walkin  closet, and a private deck. Home is  covered under a 5-year warranty,  priced to sell quickly at $159,900  Including GST. 984-3386, G4G  Investment Corporation, Jm Grant.  TFN  Acreage - 5.7 acres in Robens  Creek, southern exposure, privacy,  some ocean view. Asking  $165,000. Private sale, no agents  please. 885-5466. ��25w  1264 sq. It. rancher near new golf  course. Landscaped, hot tub.  $160,000. No agents. 865-4163.  ��25w  1.2 ACRES  West Sechelt. View, large trees,  driveway is in. private and scenic  Sewer at lot line. $98,000. Call  Valerie at Pebbles Realty. 886-  8107 or home 886-8923     ��25w  Almosl new module home in  Mason Rd. Trailer Park. Deluxe  kitchen, L/R. D/R. 2 bdrms.. huge  bathroom w/double marble vanity,  soaker tub, glass brick wall. This  home is bright and spacious  w/many extras. 885-2323.  ��23w  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent condition, very clean,  newly painted 4 renovated featuring slucco ceiling wilh cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. ft. deck, fridge 4 stove  included, washer 1 dryer optional.  Excellent location, dose to tony, in  Comeau Traitor Park 122,1416  North Road, Glbaons. Pad rent  $195. 886-8095. $39,900. Ctl\ to  view. TFNs  Soames Point, 932 feeney, view,  F.S.B.0.3 yr. Jennish Colonial, 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suite, 2 F/P, 3  baths, double garage, slake roof,  French windows. $245,900. 888-  0061,351-7866after8pm.    ss  752 Hwy. 101,50x268 lot, 3 bdrm.  older house, $185,000.8864049  as  TOPSOIL  Screened top soil at reasonable  rate. W.D. Excavating, 886-9764  orcell.��1-220-1526 TFNs  Prenatal Classes  Four Tuesday evenings  every month 7:00-9.30  Rockwood Lodge Sechelt  Denise Olson L Midwife  8868847 #24w  Anyone interested in joining a  Thank you to the Pender Harbour paddling club (kayak or canoe) to  May Day committee for organizing get out and enjoy good company,  the best May Day yet. ��23cn good food and gteat wilderness  " ' i��� scenery, please call Laune al 885-  6440 or John at 885-0144. Boat  rental avail. No experience necessary. ��24w  The SPCA Shelter IS OPEN  thanks to the many volunteers who  donated their time and money to  make it happen.  A very special thanks to a committee ol 4 ladies who spent hundreds  of hours coordinating, planning,  phoning, pleading and bullying,  lighting negativity. You made it  happen. Congratulations to Lenore  Cheesman. Louise Walters, Shiela  McRae, Violet Winegarden and  IGA Wilson Creek. ��23cn  I  Why not  check  out  Molly's  Lane  Market?  & Crafts  -Sat. 10-5  886-8078  Local Arts  Open Mon  Sun. 11-4 ���  Our sincere thanks lo all our  Iriends, lor the beautiful flowers,  cards and messages ol condolences. Edna Husby and Family.  ���23cn  Our sincere and grateful thanks to  Eds doctor and friend, Dr. Jim Petzold, who for many years, was  always there lor him. Also a thank  you to all the nurses and staff at  S. Marys Hospital for their wonderful care.  Edna Husby and Family    ��23cn  ELLEN BESSO  TRAGER��  Relaxation for  the body and the mind.  Reduced pain  and increased well-being.  886-4274  FRECKLES WEAR SALE Friday,  June 18,12-9, Sat.. June 19,10-4.  1200 PaggmRd., Rbts. Ck��4w  ��� afc*fl*a  COUNSEUJNG  For individuals, couples, 4 families. Call Mary Lang (R.S.W.,  M.S.W.) 866-3144. #23*  Your lile is in your hands. Palmistry by Dometria. 8850261 ,��25w  My friend Is a well groomed, attractive area-nan in her 50s. She enjoys  dancing, music, theatre, walking.  She Is a loyal, entertaining companion. Being new to the district  Unas it tMctail to meet gentlemen  who share her interests. Are you  interested? Please write Box G,  c/o Coast News, Box 68, Sechelt,  enclosing phone number please.  ��24cn  \EXTRA! EXTRA!  Orop off your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  TM Caen Maws  masaaaoraM  Sunshine Coast Transition  House. A safe place for women  and children In crisis. Free confidential 24 hour service. W5-2944  TFN  Happy 50th Anniversary! Betty ta  Smitty Reid. Love, the Family  I23cn  Mugs and cards for Father's Day  and Graduates at Mary's Variety,  273 Gower Pt. Rd., Gibsons. 886-  8077. I25cn  The Exhibition  of the  "Ferry Boat Ride"  by Greta Guzek  continues.  Serigraphs available at  ��� Show Piece Galleiy ���  2HI) QovVaaT Point Road.  CHason's Landing - KW, '121.1  S.C. B.C. goes daylight saving!  Wednesday Bridge Games at  Sechelt Sr. Centre start 10:30 with  a break for lunch. For more information and bridge partners, call  885-5552. ��5cn  Pels 8.  Livestock  Ducks, $7.50; ducklings, $2.50;  gander, $10; duck eggs,  $2.00/doz. 885-6409.        H24w  Fairway Stables  English Riding Lessons  Children and adults, beginners to  experienced riders welcome.  Experienced, certified English  instructor. 885-5423. ��24w  4 silver loxes $150 ea or $250 ea,  with cages. Also peacocks, male  $125, lemale $75.1 red-golden  pheasant$25.883-9430.   ��23w  2 riding horses, geldings, 10 yrs  dd. 885-5444. ��23cn  PYRAMID DOG TRAINING  Private classes, problem solving,  certified trainer. 886-2854. I26cn  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Dog 4 cal boarding. Dog training,  'Science Diet1 pet loods. 686-  8568. TFN  African Pigmy goats. Does, bucks,  kids. Excel, pets and bush clearing. 883-2990 ss  Pro drum Ml, 7 cymbals 4 stands,  plus misc. $995.886-3663.125cn  Westinghouse, 5 cycle portable  dishwasher, good working cond,.  $125.886-7722 leave message.  TFNs  Speed Queen washer 8 dryet,  rebuilt, $600.886-3290 weekdays  between 4-7pm. I25w  JOHN H AJtHSON APPLIANCES  ���fecondiljonad oppliancai  with worrohfy  'Hew Inglis line  ��� Wi salt ports  417 Pratt U. MkHwt  _JMt?��i?   Inglis Ltd Procare Seivice. Factory  certified setvice & parts. Whirlpool,  Inglis, Kltchenaid, Admiral. Service.- 291-6426, Parts - 291-2516.  ��23cn  30' Westinghouse elec. ranges.  Good cond. White $75. Copper-  tone $125.886-9856.       ��26cn  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD. I  Benjamin Moore Paints |  Emlnnm.nl  FrlwitvPelito  in All Colon- ot  the Ratnboe,  .. Including lineri'  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bus. 885-2923  Pes. 885-5058  Piano Tuning  11 Piano  k  repairs  ��� appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Limited Xmas space available to  sun spots. Wi. Travel. 885-2964.  I24cn  Teak dining room suite. Table, 2-  leal, 5 chairs, long china cabinet.  Good cond. $700.885-7354 eves.  ���25cn  Furniture, almost new, country  style, solid pine, hand-rubbed  beeswax finish: cupboard lor home  entertainment centre, $350; blanket box, $200: bookshelf $200; old  olfice halrack, wood, $35; charcoal  grey Ikea rag rug, 5x7, $35; almost  new Bombay C ompany telephone/bedside table, $75. 886-  TFNs  We buy beer bottles and beer  cans, paying 80 C/doz. 686-8039.  TFN  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. TFNs  Adult children of Alcoholics or dysfunctional families please call 886-  3849 or 885-4622 tor help.    NC  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7863,24 hour line.      TFN  PeYPNPi  ��rAphiX  ~T    far (-aWty-Ovf  [ERR  MENUS  ...fo. All VOUR GRAPHIC NEEDS  I *-*-****��� 885-0244  TROPICAL FISH  Free lish when buying others. 25  cents 4 up. 886-9890.      I25cn  Used fridge, under $100. 885-  4288. I24w  Children's trikes, wagons and  wheel barrows in good cond., 885-  7759. #24w  Sunshine Coast Model Railroad  Club seeking approx. 400-500 sq.  tt. of building space for club railroad layout In Gibsons/Rots. Ck.  area. Prepared to pay a modest  rental or taJIng to provide labour ta  "material |6 upgrade building *4ce  'Long teim occ. desired. 886-4518  or 886-8633 att. 6pm.  ���24w  Kayacking life belt; crab ttaps.  Phone or lv. mess. 886-7355.  TFNs  Does scmeone in your lamily have Set ol Mplaln chairs w��h wc��tan  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon spind|e bacs,s s���|la- oak lable.  886-9903, 885-7484, 886-9059. j^, (ridgeflr8Kef and ^ pair  AI-AtesnSW-2565 orB85-74B4. p) French doors. 886-8836.    ss  Oars/oar locks, life bells. Call 886-  ________ 7355 lv. mess. TFNs  selling Laaaons Good usel) piysjyood, 4 sheets 1/4  lor adults loo. Evenings and/or inch| 3 5,^,5 1/2 jnch 3 8heets  weekends. Phone Gibsons Yachl c__ incn G 0.s. or knots b.s. 886-  ClubUHJOO. #24w jjeg. ,23cn  TWIG FURNITURE  Chairs, $85; coffee tables, $65.  stools, $55; plant stands, $25 anc  much more. Call Stephen 886  8656. ��23w  Great present-antique Dutch wall  clock, copper lace and weights,  sun and moon plates, $600. 886-  7307. ss  All iNew Quality  Pine 4 Oak Furniture  9-piece deluxe satin linish pine  bedroom set, $1595; 8-piece bedroom set, $795; 5-drawer chest.  $175; 4-drawer chest. $160; 7-  drawer dresser 1 mirror, $375; 4  poster bed frame, $295; TV  armoire, $295; large armoire,  $495; queen size box spring S  mattress, $295.  OAK FURNITURE  42x96 solid oak table 4 8 chairs,  $1395; 48x72 solid oak table 4 6  chairs, $995; 42x60 solid oak table  8 6 chairs, $925; hutch 4 buffet,  $995: 5-piece dinette set, $395;  48' double pedestal desk, $595.  Call any.time at 984-2795. This  weekend's special ��� TV armoire,  $2501 ��23cn  Matching antique style couch and  chair, $250.885-1957/885-3645.SS  TENTERS! Qk) tractor tires, or any wide light  Boothill R.V. Paik is now accepting  ,ire . cneap jjj 886-7355 lv.  overnight tenting. M6-9764,TFNs    _____ j^  Calico, Persian lem. 9 yrs. old, in  Selma Park area. Reward lor  return. 885-2962. ��23w  Silver bracelet with round amber  stone 4 bat motif on either side.  Sentimental value. Reward. 886-  346601885-2641. #24cn  Openings lor 3 S 4 yi. olds in Sept.  for Rainbow Preschool. Call 885-  3707. #25*  Pair of prescription glasses at  Sears in the Gibsons Park Plaza.  886-2237. ��3w  Men's watch near Cedar Grove  school. 886-7844. ��23w  Little orange male labby cat.  Underfed but Iriendly, Field Rd.  area. 385-3306. ��23w  Cordless phone, Granthams Ldg.  888-7029. ��3w  Hart at the skateboard bowl. Call tc  ID. 886-3440. <23w  1.3 cu. ft. microwave, $100; couch  4 2 chairs, $50; 240 V. space  heater, $60; large covered utility  trailer, $500 OBO. 886-9132.I24W  Stock up now. Mixed firewood,  $85/full cord, split - delivered.  663-9382. ��25w  UNDER COVER WEAR Open      House, Sat. t Sun., June 12 _ 13,  ���  10-4, comer of Cemetery I Keith  I   Rd. 686-4596. ��23w  Mahogany panel doors t bifolds Hide-a-bed, good cond., $75; small  c/w hardware, sink, toilet, elc. 886- black S white TV, $20; single  8507. #23cn    Futon. $40; wood slove, $100.  886-2910. ��25w  West Side Story production looking  lor loan of 1950s style prom dresses and suits. Diane 885-7026 aft.  5pm. ��23cn  20 table chairs and some side  tables in any material. 885-5552.  ��25w  Shelly Pups CKC registered. Show  breeding, obedience _ loyal family  companion. Will ship or deliver. 1-  486-7213. I25cn  Pasture lor rent. Enquire 883-9974  tor summer. 883-9655.      I25w  FOR LEASE OR  LEASE TO BUY  (My facilities). 5 yr half-Arab bay  gelding, trained English, exc. disposition and confirmation  SlStVmth. 8860995. TFN  Bunnies, bunnies, bunnies!  Adorable bunnies! S3 each. 885-  4594 or 885-5239. t25cn  Dr. Wendy Royle, Veterinarian'  wishes to announce the opening of  a practice in Sechelt in early July.  Date aid location to l�� announced  soon. #25cn  MOVING SALE  Moving to tiny traitor! Art prints,  posters, furniture, books, videos,  dothes, appliances, kitchen stuff  Sal., June 5, 8am-1pm. 456  Gower Pi. Rd. (across Irom Yacht  Club). TFNs  June 12, 10-2, 1120 Sunnyside  Rd., Gibsons. ��23cn  Multi-family June 121 13. 10-4,  rain or shine. Something for everyone, many tools. 3385 Richards  Rd. Rbts. Ck., off Mariene I23cn  Sat., June 12,908 Reed Rd., Gibsons, 9-4 weather permitting (out-  odor). ��24w  June 13,10-2, Metcalfe Rd., Rbts.  Ck. I23cn  Moving sale June 12,9:30 lo 3:30..  8927 Redroolls Rd. #23w  June 5,10-2, Metcalfe Rd., Rbts.  Ck. ��23w  Father's Day ��� Ilea market Sun.,  June 20, 10-4, Gibsons Yacht  Club. Public invited, tables rental,  $10.8868500. #24w  For sale - couch chair, $125.885-  2492. ��25w  Geoff  Clement's  Garden  Furniture  Benches $85  Chairs $65  8864074  Moving Musl Sell: White washer  4 dryer, $500; queen size bed 4  bdrm. suite, $150, stereo, $75; or.  leather lazy boy chair, $20; black  chair, $10; rocker chair, $50;  brown sectional couch $100. Or  best offers! 8880545. Anytime.   I25w  Airtight exc. cond., hardly ever  used, $150; Dickensen diesel  heater, $175 OBO; 3/4 ton Chev,  new motor 4 brakes, headache  rack, Micheiins, $1800 OBO; HD  car dolly trailer, $1200 080. 886-  0918 ��25w  Latge 3 bdrm. doublewide,  $58,900, pad rental, $230.886-  86 Ford Mustang LX, will trade lor   3290 weekdays between 4-7pm.  cornputer. Call 886-7009.   ��5w ��5w Coast News, June 7, 1993  Eicaltonl Attar Firewood cut to  size, lull cord, $95. Delivered any-  where. Cal David 885-5638,#27*  Nikon F3HP PRO camera, MD4,  MP4, Nikkor 35-105,12.8 barely  used, sacrifice, $1000.886-2192.   I24w  TOPSOIL  Gravels, Fill, Sand. Reasonable.  Call Doug 885-5070.        124*  For clothing 4 misc. bargains,  check out The Comet Closet. Now  laking summer consignments.  8668078. I24w  Firewood lor sale. Price varies lo  location 4 order. Get ready lor tall  and winter and save money. Dale  688-4899. 124*  Couch 4 chair like new $300.  Mountain bike $50.885-7334.   '2301  Microwave table, wood grain, like  new $50. Stole blue love seat,  chair 4 ottoman. $250 like new.  Brown snivel swivel rocker as new  $125. Bedside table $5.666-9991.  ^ ��3cn  Solid wooden butcher block table  with 4 chaiis $250.886-0066.   #2301  Heavy duly utility trailer, elec.  brakes wilh Rease hitch. $700  OBO. 883-2368. ��23cn  FRESH PRAWNS  $5lb4$4lb.Tooittor  les-TSttNamaWts.  ���28cn  Car dolly lor small and mid-size  compl. w/light bar, near new, 1993  model, $1950 lirm. 883-2246.  123*  25 tt. Owens, $1500; gas pump  and 300 gal. tank, $100.683-9107.  ��23w  15 cu. ft. deepfreeze, Viking. 885-  9667 ot 8907 Redroolls Rd. #23w  Medium size travel dog kennel,  exc. cond., $35; new double  kitchen sink, white, $50; Coleman  generator 5000 watt, used to  days, $750.885-7043.      ��23w  SUNCO  Recycled Building Materials  French Doon/lnt.-Ext. Doors  Alum. 8 vinyl Windows  lighting/Kitchen &  Bathroom Fixtures etc.  VUcawitsraercaf  ���������������������9  5653 Wharf Rd., Sechell  Mcycfat-ft Sova  MON-SAT 9 om-5 pm  250 amp Hobart gas welder, $600.  ���23*  Parts, used parts 4 sundry Items  Irom Gerry's Chainsaw, 6246  Redrooffs. All equipment to be  picked up by June 30. 885-5870.   #2501  Clothes dryer $100 OBO. 30'  alum, railing $50 OBO. 885-3164.  12601  8,000 lb electric Warn winch,  heavy duty bush bumper, Dis Ford  or GM. $800 OBO. 6868364.  12581  Matching set two pee chesterfield,  comer table, collee table, slereo,  cabinet radio, record player $100.  Radio lape cassette CD player  $100. Black 4 Decker router with  bits $100. Router 4 saber saw  table $30. Brand new, all good  cond. 886-7057. #25cn  Baby Blaze King wood stove. 886-  8322 alter 6 pm. #25cn  Sturdy single bed roJI-a-way col,  excel, cond. $90.8868095.TFN s  Hidden Treasures Used Books -  20% oil cash sales, May 31-Jtm  15. Two locations - 4S9 Marine  Dr., Gibsons 4 5520 Inlet Ave.,  Sechell #24w  Temporary power pole $200 OBO.  6850755. #23cn  Alphi 112 Industrial sewing  machine Installed In work bench. 4  yrs old. Purchase price $1,200.  Oilers? Helen 685-2224 local 45.  #23cn  Canopy lor short box, tull size  pick-up. 885-4706. #23cn  Camper, lawn mower, power saw,  r. 665-7290. #23cn  65.000 BTU oil lurnace 4 tank,  $150 OBO; 4 matching chairs,  cushioned seats, wood arms, $20  ea.; blue recliner chair, $100; exercise bike, $35; Sony radio/  tapedeck external speakers, $15.  6880287. #23w  LOOKING  FOR  SPECIAL  HELP?  Sanyo 26' console color TV, etc.  con., $250 OBO. Jessica 885-  1960 alt. 4:30 pm. #23w  Kitchenaide dishwasher, $30, and  Modal slove, $30; wood stove,  $50, a large Kermote microwave,  $50, all working. 8868906. #23w  Full size camper trig, slove healer,  $1500 OBO. 686-2108. SS  SCREENED TOP SOIL  Quality soil at a reasonable rate.  WD Excavating. 886-9764 lv.  mess. TFNs  250 gal. fuel oil tank, $100 OBO  (empty). 866-2826. IS  Inflatable kayak, like new, $500;  call between 1241pm. 885-9357.   TFN  '66 Woodmizer 40HD handsaw  mill. Traitor pkg ��� 550 hrs. lap siding attach., carriage cover, auto  grinder, tooth setter, misc. spare  parts. $22,000060.6883001 SS  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, specious layout, excellent condition, vary  clean, newly painled 4 renovated  featuring stucco celling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. II. deck, fridge 4 stove  Included, washer 4 dryer optional.  Excellent location, close to ferry, in  Comeau Trailer Park #22,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 6868095. $39,900. Call to  view TFNs  20 It aluminum mast c/w hardware  $100.8682366. #24cn  250-gal. oil storage tank $100. Oil  fired hot water boiler, suitable lor  hot tub or pool $400.885-2088  12401  ���64 Chrysler 300,2 dr hardtop. 383  cu. in. 79,000 original miles. Rust  Iree, console shift, power bucket  seals. Rare model. Have some  new parts. $2,700 OBO. May lake  part trade. 686-2348.       <25cn  '85 Plymouth Turismo. 2.2 L. 5  spd. Great shape- Must sell $950.  8968034 Nick. #25cn  '77 Ford LTD II, body great, runs,  $400 OBO.; 78 Cutlass wagon,  good lires, brakes, $300 OBO.  886-9381. ss  1984 Escort; standard, needs  clutch to make mobile, engine In  very good cond., exc. lor parts,  $400 OBO by end ol May. Call  686-2622. TFNs  '78 Dodge Voialre 316. New top,  1985 Plymouth Reliant, excel.  rear end, tres, exhaust, brakes, cond. 4 dr, auto. AC. $3,000.885-  excellent interior. $850 OBO. 885-  6849. I24w  8951- ��25cn    .**���**���*"*"���7.   1971 Cutlass Supreme. P/W, air,  76 Dodge Fury. $300 OBO. 665-  looks 4 runs good. $1,500 OBO.  0363. #25cn    1-240-2896. ��24cn  Custom arterity French door. Oak,  standard opening. $600 OBO.  8BS-3469. #23w  R.S.F. energy wood stove model  HF65R new $1,750, sell $950.  665-2503. ss  Furniture, almosl new, country  style, solid pine, hand-rubbed  beeswax finish: cupboatd lor home  entertainment centre, $350; blanket box, $200, bookshelf, $200; old  ollice hatreds, wood, $35; charcoal  gray Ikea rag rug, 5x7, $35; almosl  new Bombay C ompany telephone/bedside table, $75.686-  9665. TFNs  NORTH  VANCOUVER  a  CAMPBELL  RIVER  MERRIT  $195  IT PAYS  TO SPREAD  THE WORD  886-8103  Gibsons Pnrk PI  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.  686-7160. #24cn  Yearling lambs. Pertect tor barbecue, also some breeding stock 4  spring lambs available. 885-3506.  ��24cn  HYDRO POLES  BC Hydro approved, all sizes. Call  W.D. Excavating lor information.  886-9764 or cell 1-220-1526.   TFNs  AGED HORSE MANURE  $20 pickup load or 2 loads/$30.  Roberts Creek 885-9969.    TFN  CEDAR SHAKES 4 LUMBER, any  Size. Will custom cut. 885-2138  Or 685-5601. TFN  GOOD HAY  KCOflato Delivered  Sta���$5.00*ato  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  Free Range Eggs  Call Between 12-1pm  M5-9357   TFN  Parker * Hole 30.06,3x9 Bushnell  scope. Martin 444s Winchester,  Queen size waterbed, Bentwood  rocker. 685-5467. ss  SATELLITE SALE9  Graan Onion Earth Station  884-5240  TFN  Outdoor Benches,  Table* & Chain  TIM CLEMENT  Yamaha electronic organ, $300.  Call 2664321 or weekends 886-  7190. #23w  RIWKKDmWNSI  AZALEAS  Sane tow price S3.50-S10.00. No  GST. Large selection. Roberts  Creek Nursery, 2569 Lower Rd.  866-2062. #����  5-pc. walnut brm. ste. queen sz.  bed c/w mattress 4 box spring,  $30O,rjr^bartorbasemern,$100;  walnut entertainment unit, $500.  ���23*  Laptop computer, Mac Powerbook  140, incl. exlra battery, carrying  case, 40 Mb HD, 4 Mb RAM, Software included (WordPerfect,  Magic, Flight Simulator, Quicken),  $1600.6889665. TFNs  LAOESUPT-OAMONO  SOLITAIRE RING 14 K. GOLD  W/heart shape box, $250 OBO; 45  gal. aquarium w/light 4 accessories - plants, rocks Incl. jade 4  corral and approx. 45 lish, ind. lg.  silver dollars, $150.886-3673.  ���23*  42" pine table 4 4 chairs on rollers,  $150; Atari St. comp., color monitor, 2 disc drives, over 30 programs, $350. Lg. metal desk with 4  drawers, $100.886-3472.   I23w  Seldom used: Philips air purifier  and de-ionizer w/replacemeiit filler  $25. Philips air purifier $15. Bion-  site Clean mist 2.5 gal. hunktftor  $65,886-9865. TFNs  Coleman cotton flannel-lined  sleeping bag, seldom used, cool  weather rated $35. Air mattress  $10.6889865. TFNs  81 GMC 5 ton dump truck, new  split rear end, brakes, etc. Govl  passed 69,000 kms., $7900. Bob  685-4804. #24*  Cat 955 track loader $9,000.686-  7727. ss  955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  needs some work, $3000 OBO.  866-2548. st  Two diesterfield suites, $200 and  $150 OBO, etoc. stove. 686-7642.  ���23*  irtgh  quality spilt alder firewood. Cut to  any length. Cedar kindling avail-  ���bte.Ful Cord, $95 plus delivery.  Pender Harbour, Sechelt * Gibsons. 6850340. ��23*  Perennials  Huge Selection  Low Prices  Melville Cottage Gardens  1685Tv5on,Sechdt  Wed. to Sun. 9 un to 5pm  Closed Mon. & Tues.  Nn* oft 101 tatara Inmiaj a. Ml  Binoculars, Nikon Lookout III,  10x50, $1X. 886-9865.     TFNs  71 TR6, burgundy, drives great.  Completely rebuilt motor, starter,  dutch, brakes, carbs, motor still  under warranty. A lun car to drive.  $3,000. CHI 666-2925.     112501  86 Ford Mustang LX, exc. cond.,  $3000 OBO, terms nog. 686-7009.   ��25w  80 Mustang, good cond., in 4 out,  $950 OBO. 886-2910.       #25w  '81 Chev Malibu stn. wagon, reli-  able lamily transportation, $1500  OBO. 886-3649. #25w  1981 back Camaro, $1600 OBO.  886-3290 weekdays between 4-  7pm. #25*  73 VW Beetle lor parts. New battery. Best otler. 885-M50. #25cn  80 Monza coupe V-6 aulo. Good  cond. $500.685-1924.     #25cn  85 Hyundai Stellar ��� grey. Power  windows/locks, sunrool. In good  running cond. $1,800 OBO. Lv.  mess. 896-3013. #25cn  81 Bdal-togti 100,000 ml. V-8,  P/S, P/B, nags, luaprootod dice  new, well maintained company  car. $2,500.6864299.     ��29cn  VW F/G dune buggy, street legal,  fun lop, mags, tots of new custom  parts. Exc. in 4 out. Runs exc.  Ready tor summer lun. Must sdl.  $2,900,886-7237. #23cn  84 Grand Prix, needs woik, $650  OBO. 885-5369. #24w  '79 Buick Regal, tuns great, reliable, $500.686-7331.     #23cn  '66 Chevette, $1000 OBO. 886-  3680lv. mess. #24w  '77 Toyota wgn., 5 sp., recent:  tires, muffler, rbft. eng, tuns good,  $800,666-2192. #24w  86 Buick Riviera Hack on black,  new tires, brakes, 4 shocks,  PS/PB, exc. run. cond., $3000.  686-9751. #24w  '86 Pontiac 6000,4 dr., 4 cyl, lud  injected, good cond., low miles,  $2900 OBO. 685-4804.      #24w  1974 Volvo, new clutch and muffler, $800 OBO. 683-9590. #24w  1978 E100 Van, 4 sp, new paint,  300 CID, offers. 685-9648.     ss  1964 Colt, standard, It. wheel  drive, mechanically perfect, looks  good, new winter ties 6 summer.  AM/FM, radio scanner, hatchback.  $1650 OBO. 685-7535 or mess.  685-9714. #24w  1981 Chevy Citation, 4 dr, HB, 4  cyl, good cond., $800.886-6401.  *24w  75 Beetle, auto, 1600 cc, engine  rebuilt, luel in)., new battery,  $1400.886-9506. #23w  1975 MGB conv., new brakes,  runs great, $1250.885-3959.  ��23oi  1989 Pontiac Grand Prix, auto, 2  dr., PS/PB, cruise control, AM/FM,  cassette, new tires, air cond.,  $8500 OBO. 886-0334. ss  75 Jensen Interceptor III, local  auto with ctocumentation to verily  ex classic 4 thorobred Jensen tac-  tory.demo car, North Van. Completely rebuilt engine 4 transmission by prolessional licensed  mechanic (owner), 440 power  train, zero miles since major  rebuild. I was offered $26,000 last  year, ddnl want lo sell. Now wife  wants new kitchen, will sell for  $19,900 or besl oiler, includes  GST. For details call Tony 985-  4412,987-9567. ��23w  '90 Plymouth Voyager LE, wood  trim, loaded, like new, one owner,  non-smoker, $15,000.8868069.  ���25w  1992 Honda CRIZS, mini condition, 2 new lires, lots ol extras,  $3300. Joe 6688190.      #2301  1978 Capri 2800 V6,4 sp, white,  runs great, $750.685-3959.#23cn  Classic 87 Chevelie. Mint cond.,  newer battery, Ures, head. Rdiable  250. auto., Kenwood cassette  deck. Moving, musl sell, $1100.  6888906. #23w  '85 Skoda, deluxe model, $900  OBO. 8883136 eves, or lv. mess.  ��23w  1990 Chev Sprint. 2 dr, auto.  26,000 kms. Immac. oond. $4900.  685-5012 eves. #23cn  Why buy a Miata, when you can  have the real thing? 1974 TR6,3  owners, 74,000 miles. Original  throughout. New dutch, new battery. $5,250. No often. 835-3898.  ���23cn  1978 Lincoln Continental, runs  weUl.tx,. ORO 865-0175.  ���2301  1979 Chev Nova 6, auto. New  Ures, etc. Good cond. Economical  4 reliable. 885-4706.       #23cn  '61 Plymouth Reliant stn. wagon.  $1,500,686-8900. I23cn  '1982 Mazda RX7, good cond,  new dutch, brakes, $3100.666-  8032. ss  1980 Buick Riviera 81,000 kms,  good cond., $2200 OBO. 885-  8699. #23w  76 Chevy Nova, good running  cond. $450 OBO. 886-7646.   SS  1984 Mazda RX-7,78,000 kms 4  new Pirelli tires, sunrool, rotary  engine, rebuilt dutch, master cylinder, Iront speakers 4x9 infinities.  Reliable 4 strong $5,100. Call Jod  665-5166 TFNs  73 V.W. van. Good condilion.  60,000 miles on new engine.  Some rust. $2600 OBO. 885-3917.   TFNs  1988 Honda Accord LX, 4 dr, 5 sp.  95,000 kms. PS/PB, cruise.  $8,500,888-4536. ss  '81 VW Jetla 4 dr, 5 sp, sunroof,  $3500 OBO. 886-7969. ss  86 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player, $5795.886-7150.  ss  '89 Ford F-F150 4x4 Super Cab  custom, a V6 auto, lully loaded,  only 51,000 km, exc. cond.,  $14,700.88 Chev Cavalier R.S. 4  cyl. F.I. 5 spd. manual, only 71,000  km, exc. cond, $5200.886-2219  or view 857 Poplar Lane.      ss  Datsun 240Z body parts, rec. eng.;  79 Dodge 1/2 ton step-side with  canopy, boat rack, $1250. 886-  7378. ss  CHEAP! FBIAJ.S. SEIZED  '89 Mercedes $200  86 VW $50  87 Mercedes $100  85 Muslang $50  Choose Irom thousands starting  $50. FREE information 24-hour  Hotline. 801-379-2935 Copyright  ���BC0I0410. #27w  1990 Honda CRXsi, black on  black, sunrool, 35,000 km, very  clean inside 4 out, $10,000 OBO.  886-7205 eves. ss  1987 Buick Skyhawk LTD. Excellent condition, one woman owner,  non smoker, immaculate, sunroof,  AM/FM cassette, 67,000 km. Call  886-4908. $7000 OBO.     #TFN  1962 Cavelier, 4 sp, clean solid  car, reliable transport. $1000.885-  2946. SS  '85 Lada 5 sp., 105,000 kms.,  good 2nd vehicle, $500060.886-  4621.    . ss  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto, air,  power, white, exc. cond, 35,000  kms, $17,000.886-3623.       ss  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,  $5000 OBO. 883-2512. ss  Good setoction used tres, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  685-4004 ss  77 Ponliac Lemans, exc. cond,  $900080.886-3648 88  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli Ures,  new brakes, exc. shspe $3500  060686-7378 ss  1988 Toyota Tercel, $3500. 885-  7334. #24*  1961 Pontiac Lemans, good cond,  $1000 OBO. Kris 685-9414 eves.  ���24w  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 OBO.  883-9234. SS  1974 Otosmobile, new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $900060. 885-1943. ss  1966 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  auio/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $5995.  886-7520or886-2111. ss  1979 Cadillac Seville baby due,  int/ext, rebuilt engine 4 transmission. Priced to seH $3850 Call 886-  8510 after 6:00 pm. ss  '66 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj.  exc. cond, $3995. 886-7150 or  886-8213. SS  88 Chev 1/2 ton w/canopy, power  steering, power brakes, 305,  70,000 kms, exc. cond, $6600  OBO; 6 It. camper wilh Iridge,  stove, furnace, $1700. Call 7am-  9pm 683-2924 or 883-9552 weekends. #23w  83 GM shortbox windoaavan, pop  in/out seats, rebuilt motor, tow  package, p/w, doorlocks, cruise,  $55008850678. #25w  1980 Ford F150 custom, new Iront  end, brakes, windshield, dean 4  Strong. $2,150 OBO. 883-9315.  ���23cn  '51 Chev 3/4 ton pickup, 350 4 sp,  exc. cond, $3500.865-5675.��23w  '69 Ford club wagon, 15 passenger, 11on, XLT, all extras, great  cond, $14,000 OBO. 6850360.  TFN  '76 Ford 314 ton. Runs wdl. Needs  woik. $950.866-2922.      ��25cn  88 Ford F-250 XLT Lariat 4x4,7.3  L diesel, 5 sp, PS, PB, air, tilte,  cruise, AM/FM cassette, 71,000  kms, gri cover, box cover, running  boards, exc. cond. $16,200.886-  8364. ��25cn  Propane system w/tank lor  Chrysler 1977 Ford Fiesta $150.  Needs brakes 1977 Dodge 1/2 ton,  running or parts. Box liner. 883-  1175. #25cn  1966 F-150 Super Cab, standard,  $6200060.885-7043.      #23w  79 Ford 3/4 ton 4X4,400 cu. in. 4  sp, good cond, $3295 060.886-  2111 days, 886-7520 eves. TFN  '83 Ford Ranger 4 canopy, exc.  cond, $2795 OBO. 686-3414.  #23*  1978 Chev 3/4 ton pick-up.  $2,500.6850196. #2301  87 Mazda cab plus pickup, 5 sp,  B26O0. Full canopy, liner, exc.  cond, $6500 OBO. 685-7823  eves. #24w  81 Ford Van, 6 cyl. auto, S.W.B,  no tust, undercoated, seats 5.  $3,000,896-2206. SS  '83 Toyota Mojave LTD ED. 5  spd, sun roof, loaded, 70,000 mi.  Canopy. Excellent shape 6 running order. $5,000.686-2003.  12301  1975 Dodge propane 4X4, crew  cab, completely rebuilt, $6500.  885-7516 SS  '91 Jeep Cherokee Laredo, hunter  green, 4 dr, 4X4 plus extras,  25,000 kms., $18000. Dave 686-  3676. SS  1976 Bronco, new paint, rebuilt  motor, rear end, new gas tank,  springs, ball joints, carb, exhausl  and brakes. $5,400 OBO. 886-  7013. ss  1966 Ford F250 4X4, diesel,  supercab, $13,000 OBO. 665-  1949. ss  1967 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass, PS/PB, auto., tilt, Sony  slereo, new exhaust, asking  $5950.686-7800. SS  80 GMC 3/4 ton, $2700; 73 Ford  3/4 ton, $1300, both in exc. cond.  886-7774 or 686X3027. SS  Big block Ford propane system  w/tank, $1000. 666-3005 8am-  5pm. TFN  1977 GMC 3/4 ton V8 4 sp, H.D.  susp, new tires, brakes, cam 4  lifters, $1500 film. 885-5265.#25w  '69 3 ton Chev, llatdeck, 5 ��� 2  Iranny, new Iront tires, needs  inspes-tton. $3250.886-3001.  ss  Full size 1990 Dodge van, V6  auto, $8500.6868301 ss  77 Chevy Nomad, dduxe window  van, parts. 885-5102. ss  1982 4X4 Dodge D-50,130,000  kms, canopy, asking $2500.885-  0128 aft.6pm. #25w  1989 Ford Ranger, liner canopy,  only 36,000 kms, $6200. 885-  5779. #25w  30 It Kustom Koach traitor,. Must  be seen. 961 Cemetery Rd.  $15,500,886-8693. #2501  22' M/home fully equipped. 8.600  kms true mileage. A-1 cond.  $19,500060.983-092.  #25cn  8 ft Camperette, 2 burner stove,  Iridge, dec. sink, great for 1/2 ton  P.U. Good shape. $800 060.866-  3036 #25cn  72 Apache hard-side tent trailer,  stove, toe box, furnace, poit-a-pot,  good shape. Sleeps 6. $1,500  OBO. Sportsman tull-sz. libreglass  canopy $250 OBO. 866-2348.   #25cn  '86 Pace Arrow mdothome. 27 ft,  low mileage, mint cond. Loaded.  Covered storage. 485-5953 Powdl  River. I25cn  77 GMC camper van. Fdly equip.  Exc. cond. $3,600 OBO. 886-  7348. #2501  16' Nomad trailer, tandem axle,  washrm w/sep. shower, H.W.T, 4  burner stove, oven, lge Iridge, lurnace, grey 4 Mack water tanks,  sleeps six. $4,300.886-3445.  ��23oi  1990 29 ft motor home Glendale  Stirling. Many extras. Low kms.  Mint cond. $39,500. 863-9416,  983-4392. #23cn  1990 dlx. 24' motorhome A-1 condition. 886-9025. ss  2411. Traveleeze trailer, $1900,  needs work. 886-9625.     #24w  '64 Classic C Vanguard, 70 kms,  dual luel, new tires, well-maintained, sleeps 6, $19,500. 988-  8167. ��23cn  32 ft. Holiday Rambler Presidential. Air, awnings, microwave, new  carpet, lurnace, waler pump,  $13,500 OeO. 886-2546.       SS  Deluxe fibreglass 20-11 American  Clipper M/home. 1978, new batteries, tires, brakers, whed bearings  4 much mote. $19,900 OBO. i885-  2853. #24cn  1977 F250 Super Cab, CD playi ,  auto, PSfPB. 1979 9-1/2 tl Wilderness Camper c/w Hush toilet, 3-  way fridge, stove, oven, furnace,  electric waler. Bolh in excellent  cond. $5,995 lor both. 886-3763.  ��24cn  21 ft. Iravel trailer, fully equipped,  $2800 OBO. 683-9590.     ��24w  1988 Kencrah 6 tt camper c/w  stove, Iridge, s/s sink,, excel, oond  $5,200 OBO. 886-2366 evenings.  ���2401  1979 -23 ft. Nomad Travd Trailer,  sdf-contained, air cond, nice unit,  $6300. Tow vehicle avail. 886-  9774. ��24w  166* trailer, fully sett contained. 3-  way stove, fridge, sleeps 4. Always  kept under a root. $1,950. 885-  5265. ��24cn  Travd traitor 13 ft, enclosed toilet.  $1,850.6668487 ss  P/U Camper. $600.865-3137.TFN  23 ft. Ford camper-bus, eac. run,  new tires, $3000 OBO. 6880091.  ss  17 1/2 tt. travel traitor, self-contained, deeps 6, exc oond, $2750  OBO. 885-7043. #23w  20 tt Sangster, cuddy cabin, hil  canvas, Iridge, camper stove,  head. 302 Merc power 4 leg.  $6,800 OBO. 8883036.    #2501  14 tt. aluminum w/trailer, 25 HP  Johnson, etoc. start, $1600 OBO.  885-5692. #25*  KGWLTIUMK  SURVEYS LTD.  CiDliln llll Murray  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S.I  M.AB.Y.C   ��� Marine I  Surveyors and Consultants!  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.  LaWZVILLE RECREATION  CENTER LTD.  Toll Free 1-800-863-4234  0L7SSS  10 ft. Quick Silver inflatable, $1400  060. Dave 885-2221.      #23cn  148" Fibreglass boat with 75 HP  Mete, and trailer, $5500 OBO.  885-3307. ss  25 tt sailboat, marine plywood,  structurally sound, needs work.  $1,600 OBO. 886-2922.    #2501  18 tt alum. Mirrocralt fishing  machine, 70 hp Merc - trailer.  $7,000060.885-3449.    #25cn  20 It L.S. tug, very heavy F/G  const. 6 cyl. gas engine 4 rebuilt  B.W. 3-1 gear not installed, needs  work. $2,000 060.685-2483.  ��25cn  3 MONTHS FREE MOORAGE  16 It Davidson sailboat w/6 hp  Evinrude. $3,300 060.686-2264.  ss  12 ft fibreglass boat. $450. 885-  9268. #2501  16 fl. K4C Fibreglass runabout, ai  good boat needing cosmetics. Nd  motor or trailer, $575.686-2236.  #25*  24II Surfer 225 Volvo with 260  tog. Fdly equipped. $11,700 OBO.  885-7575. 112501  24 ft Rdndl I/O, hardlop, sunroof,  head, stove, fridge, sleeps 4, wdl  maintained, ready to go. Depth  sounder, VHF, CD, etc. incl.  $6,500 OBO. No trailer. 885-2213.  ���2501  22 ft Reinell 165 I/O, complete.  ���24cn  Kit camper, exc. cond, w/tto down  bar 4 chains, $2500 lirm. 885-  2310. #24w  21 It. Wilderness travel trailer,  $3500 OBO. 883-2779 or 883-  9067. #25w  7 ft. import camper, stove, icebox,  furnace, jacks, etc, $1300. 886-  7951. #25*  Hard lop tent trailer, sleeps 4,  good shape, $750 OBO. 865-  5941. ��25w  1964 18.5 Double Eagle 175  Vdvo, 2-18 gal. gas tanks, head,  power winch, radio, depth  sounder, etc. Excellent condition.  $16,000,883-9121. #24cn  14 tl Creslliner, 50 hp Merc, 4.5  hp Merc, depth sounder, full canvas, dc. $3,000.885-4285. #23cn  Older galvanized double axle trailer $750. 20 hp Evinrude, excel,  cond. $575.686-2736.      #2301  12' glass boat and 4-1/2 Merc.  Best offer. 685-4706.       ��23cn  '82 Ford Escort, standard, good  engine, I owner, $1000.865-7396.  ���23w  79 10th Anniversary Trans Am.  403 tuit�� 350. shift kit. 323 posi, 4  whi Use, power everything. $4,000  Aim. 885-8097. SS  84 Honda Accord, sunrcof, 5 sp,  new ires, some rust. Runs good.  $2,200060.885-4054.        SS  87 Honda Civic 1500S. 147,000  km. Peppy, black, good cond.  $4,950080.886-3484.        SS  1990 Dodge Ram, 8-pass. win-  dowvan, V8, heavy duty shocks,  exc. cond. 6687823.        #24w  1960 Ford pickup, $650 060.  885-9414 aft. 3pm, Kris.    #24*  80 Ford 4x4 SB 302, 4-spd. Low  kms. on eng. 4 trans. 885-2151  aflarSpm. #24ai  1988 Toyoto 4 runner, 5 spd, 4 cyl.  135,000 kms. Mini cond. Extras.  $11,500080.886-4864.  #2301  1162 Toyota 4X4, new motor,  tires.box and many other new  parts, $4000.885-4168.     (23*  whon you  pay for 2 insertion*  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  in either lhe Monday or Weekender  Edition. Up to 10 words; 25 cents  for eoch additional word.  Free: Lost, Found & Free  Surm Soil Clamslflmds  $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 lo renew it  by CUlllftM (MadllM * Nol> available hr commercial advetttiers  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monetae laliHon WeakencUr  NOON FRIDAY NOON TUISDAY  Gibsons 886-2622 Sechelt 885-3930 Coast News, June 7, 1993  "19 FT LARSON" 1981 Mania  6,000 open bow 260 HP, 350  Chevy, new OMC outdrive, new  chuckwagon style canvas. Fresh  water conversion. Excellent cond.  Trailer included. $8.000.663-9683  #23cn  1966 21 tt Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin, 6 cyl Mercruiser. 170  hrs on boat, lully equipped for fishing. Over $30,000 new, asking  $15,500,885-2503. ss  Concrete lloals, heavy duly 12  H.X48 ft. and 12 tt.X72 It., loam  lilied conneclable, pressure-treated wood, galvanized fittings. 863-  2637. ��26w  16 It. Sangster. will sell or Irade lor  Zodiac. 885-2906. ��24w  14 ft. Hobie cat. $1400 OBO. 885-  5283. ��24w  141/2 It. Skookum design inboard,  ultra-ngged toi sailing. $950 OBO.  885-5369. ��?4*  1975-50 HP Johnson o/board,  two prices: number one, as is,  $1000; phce number two, installed  on your boat with a 60 day warranty, $1300.665-9328. #24w  24' Reinell cabin cruiser, exc.  shape, $5200 OBO. 686-8101  between 8 - 5 or 886-8616 eves.  TFN  18 It. F/G Volvo I/O tandem axle  trailer, $3800.883-2297.       ss  23 It. Sabrecratl 165 I/O Merc, 20  aux. depth sounder, head, stove,  $8500 OBO. 885-3784. SS  24 II. Cabin Cruiser, new  Merc molor and leg, head propane  stove, sleeps 4. $5500.863-9253.  ss  Ranger 22. VHF 5 sails, very last,  sleeps 4. Gary Mull design $4200.  886-3490. 1-977-7349 loll-lree  MARINE PAINTS  886-8103  Gibsons Park Pl.iZai  Used OMC leg. Complete 120 HP  OMC/Merc. engine, 0 hrs. with  OMC stern drive, very low hrs.  Both prof, rebuilt All access, incl.  Sell as a unit or separately. Musl  ���24*  Coronado 15. trailer, similar lo  Laser, nice sailboat $1600. 886-  3490,1-977-7349 loll-lree pager.  ss  Hobie Cat 16 sailboat, trailer, nice  -977-  ss  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bnght. spacious layout, excellent condition, very  dean, newly painted & renovated  lealunng stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. It. deck. Iridge S slove  included, washer S dryer optional.  Excellent location, dose to lerry, in  Comeau Trailer Park #22. 1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 866-8095. $39,900. Call to  view. TFNs  New Park - Nanaimo area. Dlx.  Adull Community. Rents Irom  $235mio For details contact 597-  3322. TFN  $35,900 FP ��� New 2 bdrm. Iront  kilchen, 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.  We require 600-1000- sq.ft.  Please write wilh information  on cash/sq ft, length of lease  required, mainlenance costs,  avhen available. Reply lo Box  390  c/o P.O. Box 460  Gibsons, B.C.  VON IVO  Monthly, Weekly, Dally  886-3343  Responsible couple w/dog seeks 2  bdrm. house. Gibsons lo Secrel  Cove. Long term prel.. $700 max  886-4613 or 866-9525 June 1 oi  15. #23w  Teacher w/lamily needs home in  Ftoberts Creek, Sept. 1-June 30 o<  yr/rd. Rels. 8850524 eves. #23w  28 Motorcycles  boat, #$1700. 886-3490,  7349 loll-lree pager.  1981 17.5 Sunrunner w/EZ loader  trailer. V6 OMC tresh waler  cooled, 318 hrs. Jefferson 5 color  fish finder. VHF a CB slereo. Auto  bait lank w/timer. dual batteries.  Swim grid w/ladder. 2 yr. old canvas top. $10,500.885-3570.I24W  24 ft. Zeta Vdvo, VB 260 leg, surveyed, Coast Guard inspected.  883-9149. #24*  Bayliner 24' C/B. rebuilt engine, 4  hrs., new upholstery, UHF CB, 2  depth sounders, $12,900. 886-  7255. ss  22' Hydro Swift cabin cruiser, F/G,  350 chec. OMC Leg D.S. Rod  holders, trim tabs. Low hrs. Needs  Btte to be ready logo. $2500. 885-  3820 68 pm. Anytime weekends.  12 ft. aluminum boat $600, 885-  7167. ss  Yes! There is a reliable local propeller repair seivice. 886-5278.  TFN  Good 12 ft. aluminum boat $600 or  trade? 885-7167 ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1991-1992  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.    TFN  19 It. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust man-  Hold, $3500.886-3457. ss  Drop oil your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  Marina Pharmacy  In Pender Harbour  A Friendly People Race  1978 Honda 400. good cond..  spare bike lor pans $600 takes all.  886-7722 leave message. TFNs  '75 Suzuki 500 twin, good shape  plus complete parts bike. Best  offer. 885-4708. #23cn  '84 Shadow 500. 11,000 original  kms, as new. 885-5692.    #25w  GSXR 750, low kms, exc. cond,  $6000.886-7484. SS  '91 Honda CR250. Many extras.  $3.000.886-4746. ss  '84 Suzuki GS750 EF, blue on  white, $1500.886-7584.        ss  '86 Honda Aspencade. exc. cond,  28720 km, sacrilice $4,500 lirm.  886-9595. ss  1985 Kawasaki Ninia like new,  offers. 886-8622. ss  1982 Yamaha 650 turbo, very  good cond. 885-9512.  Pad lor rent at Bonniebrook Traitor  Park. 686-2687. TFN  16 ft. Davidson sailboat, 4 sails, tin  2 bdrm. Rockland Wynd, new floor  keel, 7.5 Honda. $3000 886-9224   coverings, deck, elec. heat. 5  ss    appis, util. shed. 6858401. #24w  14 ft. aluminum springbok a 7.5  Jthnson outboard. $1100, 886-  ya. 'war*  16 ft. KtC Thermoglass, 70 HP  Evinrude, trailer, S3500.886-3157.  #24*  1811. Davidson sailboat, 6 HP  o/board, exc. family day sailer,  lines lead aft. $3295.885-4797.  ���24*  1990 14x70 2 bdrm., 5 appl. 2  decks, $42,000 OBO. Must move.  ���6-7T78? *-: #28*  Rockland Wynd, southern exposure, some view, 2 bdrms, 2 bath,  living rm., dining, den. Bright  kitchen has tots of cupboards, separate eating area, skylights, 1550  sq. ft. plus woikshop. Low maintenance. 885-7505. #23*  Library student working at Gibsons  Library needs accom. Irom June  15-Aug 31,3-4 nightsfwk. Tracey  824-0027 or Myrna (library) 886-  2130. #24cn  Sngle mother ol 3 seeking 3 or 4  bdrm. house lor July 1. $600 max.  886-9778. |      #25w  2 or 3 bdrm. on waterlront anywhere on Peninsula tor 10 days in  July. Call Shirley in Powell River.  465-6636. #25w  Family seeks small rural home  w/studio. Lease prelerred, $350-  $450, starting July. 886-0475.  #24*  Detached bachelor cottage, poo!  access, laundry facil. Avail  immed. 866-0990. ��25cn  2 bdrm. suite, view w/w w/d,  across Gibsons Marina, $625/mo.  866-9737. #25w  2 bdrm. trailer, Cedars Trailer  Court. 685-3313. ��25w  Waterfront 1 bdrm. cabin, Lee Ray.  Pender Harbour. Etoc. heat, washer/dryer, $400.883-9446.   ��25w  2 bdtm. main floor, lower Gibsons.  Spacious, hesh painl, carpets 8  drapes, F/P, deck, yard, creek.  July 1, $650.686-8526.     ��25w  Walerview Gibsons, 3 bdrm., 21/2  bath, garage, 2 sundecks, kitcler  with nook, 5 appl, s/d duplex,  $850. 1-298-5215. #25w  Roberls Creek. 2 bdrm. sXs  duplex, all appliances, $550.  885-3676. #23cn  4 bdrm. North Fletcher, 2 appl,  $750/mo. Dave Austin 885-3295,  Sussex Realty Property Management. #23cn  Duplex, Selma Park, avail. July 1,  S800/mo. 885-7655. #25w  2 bdrm. newly painted with lire-  place. W/D, deck with great view,  $700 * utils. 534 Sargeant Rd.  Avail. June 15. #25w  2 bdrm. mobile on 1/2 acre lol in  Rbts. Ck. 885-7950. ��25w  3 bdrm. home in Gibsons, S.  .Fletcher, vie*, avail. July 1.- Adult  oriented, appl., rels please. 922-  7836. ��25w  Whistler/Twin Lakes. 3 bdrm, 3  bath condo, all amenities, VCR,  pool, tennis court. Sleeps 6. From  $75.966-3284. #23cn  THEWESTPORT  1i2 bdrm apts. available July 1.  Located opposite Gibsons Marina.  Quiet - secure. Laundiy in Udg.  Easy walking dislance lo shops t  the beach. From $590.8883420.  ���25cn  2 bdrm modem in park-tike setting,  creek. Near mall. No pels. $675.  886-2454. #25cn  Large 2 bdrm duplex in Gibsons,  S7S, dean, quiet, 3 appl's. July 1.  $625, discount lor seniors. No  pets. 1-921-5247. #25cn  2 bdrm bsmt suite, large, blight _  dean. Sundeck, ocean view. Avail.  July 1. $500.886-7348.    #25cn  Pretty 3 bdrm waterlront house,  secluded swimming beach. 5  appl's. Avail. July or Aug. 1.  $1,200 p/mo. Redrooifs. 925-1251.  #250*1  Sen-contained large 2 bdrm waterlront suite on Porpoise Say. 5798  M arine Way. $800/./ Stove -  Iridge. 985-9343 Vancouver.#25cn  Gibsons. 3 bdrm duplex, view, w/w  carpets, 5 appl's, carports. Large  lol. No pets. Avail. July 1.  $e00/mo. 886-4203 or 562-6032.  ���25cn  WATERFRONT  New 2 bedroom with large balcony  and 5 new appl, $825, lv. mess.  886-3013. #23w  New 1 bdrm basemenl ste. all utilities incl. $495/mth. One min. lo  ferry. 8868474 after 6:30. ��24cn  Shared accom. 3 bdrm beautilul  Davis Bay. $400/mlh. 885-4684.  ���2401  3 bdrm. house 4 appl, view, no  pets, refs, Lower Gibsons. Full  basement w/rec room, $750.886-  9641. #24w  Ouiet, convenient West Sechell.  Very clean, bright 3 bdrm. 1 den, Gibsons, spacious 1 bdrm. apati-  3 bath house. Outdoor hot tub, merit in 3-yr-old building. Garden  fully fenced yard, w/w, N/S only, level, 4 appl, walking distance lo  Rels  req.,  avail.   Aug.   1. a�� amenities. Avail. July 1, $575  $1,000/mo. Call 885-5867. ��25w incl. hydro. 298-5215.       ��24w  lor 25  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These .ads .appear in mora than 100 community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach mora than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD, CALL THE COAST NEWS AT (604) 886-2622  BCYCNA  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  ANDYUKON  COtMUHWt  NEWSPAPERS Ol   1  ASSOCIATION Jll  $195  a��.70e��lieddalonalword  AUTO  ENGINES FROM $995. for  cars and trucks. 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Cash and Carry Cabinet Warehouse, 4278  Loughaed, Burnaby 298-  9277. 1868 Spall Rd.,  Kalowna 660-6638. 800  Cloverdale, Victoria 389-  1114.   LIVESTOCK  LLAMAS (Legacy Classic  Sale VI). 60 llamas being  sold by auction. June 12/93,  Westerner Exposition Fairgrounds, Rad Deer, AB. CaH  (403)346-3148 for details or  eatafequa.   EL CENTRO LLAMAS. Now  offering outstanding quality  males & females from our  herd of thirty. Vem Dradar,  306-32668 Dahlslrom Ave.,  Clearbrook, B.C. V2T 4V9.  Phono/Fax: 853-9739,   SERVICES  Major ICBC motor vehicle Injury claims. Joel A. Wener,  trial lawyer for 24 years. Cal  free: 1-800-665-1138. Contingency fees available.  Simon. WanerAAdler.  TRAVEL  TIMESHARE RESALES and  rentals. Your Canadian connection! Want to sell or buy  pre-tn|oyad resort lime share  or campground membership?  Worldwide Nelworkl 1-800-  565-3915 or Calgary  (403)255-5660.   WANTED  SAWMILL MILLWRIGHT  NEEDED on beautiful Sun-  shine Coast near Gibsons.  Minimum 5 yrs experience.  Reaume to: Box 128, Pt  Mellon, B.C. VON 2SO or  Fax 684-5339 Attn: John  Manulak.  FARM FAMIUES: There are  many young visitors from Japan who would love to experience lying A working with  Canadian farm families. Intonated? Cad 669-3963.  ���LANKLETCLABSrW)  AM  Place your ad In over  100 community papers  for only $195.00.  For more Information  call this paper or the  BCYCNA at (604)669-  8222.  Residential RV sites, spacious,  landscaped, lull hook-up $200/mo  ind. elec, tel., cable 8 laundromat  avail. Ph: 866-7051 Elphinslone  RV Park. 961 Cemetery Rd.��24cn  Cozy Noma, large room, hot tub,  $395 incl. utilities. Ideal for sludent  or tradesman. 886-3779.   $24cn  3 bdrm. house Sargeant Bay area  on 6 acres. $775/mo. Chris 968-  7220. ��24w  1 bdrm partially lumished view  apartment, Jolly Roger, Secrel  Cove. $550. winter, $950 summer.  Clean 2 bdrm., view, single  garage, immed. occupancy,  Redrooffs area, $700/mo.  2 bdrm. view, garage, Davis Bay,  $750, immed. occupancy.  2 bdrm., 2 balh, lamily orientated  townhouse, Gibsons, Avail. July 1,  $750/mo.  CENTURY WEST REALTY  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  885-9093  1 bdrm. suite, waterfront, balcony,  new carpel, paint, $375.833-9177.  ���2301  Bachelor  Suites  BY MONTH OR WEEK  Avail, now, new 1 bdrm Gibsons.  View _ deck. Suit single, no pets,  N/S. $550 incl. utils. Rels. 686-  9043. ��23cn  Davis Bay 2 bdrm. suite with view,  $750 incl. elec. - rels. 885-3433.  ���24w  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  View bachelor suite, West Sechell.  N/S, employed. $400. Rent reduction for yard work. 885-5307.��23cn  2 bdrm. home avail. June 15 or  June 30. $550/mo. 686-7016.TFN  1,000-5,000 sq It central comer  location (Wharf. Hwy 101). 732-  9746. ��25cn  For Rent - Seamount Industrial  Park, light industrial, service commercial, up to 2,000 sq It, 10' celling, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq ft  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 886-2663 days, 686-9075  eves. TFN  New concept in dining! Opening  soon! If you are an energetic Individual we would like to talk to you!  Now accepting resumes lor all  stall positions lor a full service  restaurant. Please lorward to:  Desparaod's, l/C/O Wendy Lav-  ery, 5652 Dolphin SI. Box 1583,  Sechelt, BC VON SAO. Interviews  tobeariangedbyphone.   ��23w  Driver Class 4 lor taxi service.  Contact Blue Wave Taxi. Cam.  885-2227. ��3cn  Now accepting applications lor  rjishwasher.and morning waitress.  Apply in petson Mon.-Fri. between  8-4pm at Lord Jim's Resort in Half-  moon Bay. J__  Assemble products at home. Variety of work. Excellenl pay. Call  amazing 24 hr. RECORDED message lor Iree details (604) 623-  2380 Ext. A74. TFN  Assemble light products Irom  home. Excellent Income. Call  amazing 24-hour RECORDED  message lor Iree delails. (604)  623-2380 Ext. ��A74 (noi a direct  hirer). TFN  EASY ASSEMBLY any hours,  $339.64 week, lamily ol 3 earns  $4417.92 monthly. 24 hour hotline. 801-379-2985. Copyright  ���BCOI0452. ��28cn  GBSONS LANDING  721 Winn Rood.  1,000 sq. If. of office  space available, July 1st;  offices can be rented  individually. For more Into.  or to view cal lenka ot  8720284 9:004:30,  Mon. to Fri. or 941-3036  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  Td-Lfa  REALTY LTD.  Don Sutherland  Waterfront, 2 bdrm.  older home  Franklin Rd., $750/mo.  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall available. Wheelchair facilities. 885-  2752orB85-9863. TFN  Industrial workshop avail, immed.,  Gibsons, 750 sq. ft. unit, $475/mo.  9218751. TFN  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 866-  7615. TFN  Gibsons, new 2 level home, 3  bdrms., 2 1/2 balhs, huge double  garage, $t075/mo. 964-3366.  ���24w  Waterlront 1 bdrm apt. in Secret  Cove. NS, no pets, $450. Lv.  mess. 885-9366. TFN  Gibsons, 3 bdrm., 2 baths, F/P  insert, decks, 3 app., $850 plus;  also 1 bdrm., soaker tub, bright,  deck, $500 plus. Arthur 885-9659.  ���25*  Looking to rent a house or willing  to exchange my apartment house  located in Montreal for a house or  apartment located on the Sunshine  Coast between August 1-21. Ask  for Martin 685-7483. TFN  2 large modem duplexes in Gibsons, 3 bdrm., 6 appl., near  schools and shopping. N.P. refs.  req., $800-5825.885-9540. #23w  Shared accommodation avail.,  $350/mo. 883-3309 alt. 6pm.��25w  1 bdrm. house, 2 appl., Gibsons Needed Drivers lor Wilson Creek  near marina, $510/mo. avail. Palra's #2. Ask lor Steve. 885-  immed. 886-0923. ��25w    4244. ��23cn  2 bdrm. duplex, upper Gibsons,  view, avail. July 1, $600. 683-  5781. ��25w  Immaculate 2 bdrm. house, fireplace, carport incl. all appliances  on Browning Rd., $790; also 2  bdrm., main level in Wilson Creek,  $750. Call 665-3432. tfn  Whistler getaway 3 bdrm. condo,  cable, microwave, laundiy, sauna,  sleeps 7. Close to Meadow Paik.  Kids/small pets okay, $90/night.  June-Aug. 967-2297.      ��23cn  Canim Lake: 25 miles of fishing S  boating. Delightful waterfront cottage, all amenities, morning  muffins delivered lo your door.  $100 s day or $500 per week. 397-  2236. ��23w  1 bdrm. lumished bachelor suite  near ferry. Fantastic view, balcony  ulils. t cable incl. $500.686-7394.  ���23w  1 bdrm. suite with view in Lower  Gibsons. Suitable for 1 person.  $450Vmo. plus utils. 886-7286.  ���23w  One person to share 3 bdrm.  house with view in Lower Gibsons.  N/S, no pets, W/D avail., $35Qfmo.  plus ulils. Please reply in writing to  Box 1629, Gibsons, BC VON WO.  ���23w  For June I July, 1 bdrm. main  tloor house, view, cable k hydro  ind., $5(XVmo. No pets. 686-4656.  ��23w  3 bdrm. lower floor, above ground,  Gibsons. Avail. July 1, $650/mo.  666-486801960-2739.      ��23w  West Sechelt. 2 bdrm. w/view and  Iruil trees. W/D, F/S, N/S, N/P.  $700/mo. 885-5991. #23w  Gibsons: Furnished bachelor suite  avail, immediately. One bedroom  suite avail. July 1.886-2202.I24W  CDA lo work Salurdays. Please  cal Dr. Dan Kingsbury. 696-4535.  ��24w  FOWUR  GENERAL  CONTCACTI.NG  SITE MANAGEMENT  FORMING: FRAMING  RENOVATIONS: SUNDECKS  P1UMBING  EVES. 886*7309  HOUSECLEANING  Honesl, dependable and hard  working. 685-0196. ��23cn  Carpentry renovation and repair,  20 yrs. experience. Call Sieve  6868783. ��25w  Sun Coatt  Concrete  For all your concrete needs  Repairs are our specialty.  Parglng, Seeking,  Grouting, Dry Pecking  Fiom old looking  to new looking  885*4704  Reliable, Efficient, Painting,  Food industry manufacturers representative needed. New meat  product requires Sunshine Coast  representation. Protected territory -  greal add-on product. Reply Box  394, Coast News, Gibsons. ��25cn  Meals on Wheels needs volunteer  drivers once a week, for 2 hrs. Join  this vital community program. You  can make the difference! Call IMS-  Si 44. Ask for Dena.        ��25cn  HWtJOTlONS OFFICER  Experenced house painter, wages  negotiable. Ken Derkach 886-  0901. #24cn  references available. Anytime K.P.  Poitras 886-7374. ��25w  Sebarry Services  Carpel and Upholstery cleaning.  Special 1 room, $29.50, any size.  Reliable and reasonable. Call Rick  885-9699. I25w  Are You Wanting  Your Business  To Prosper?  Strategic Business  Consulting  Available At  Reasonable Rales  Tel: 886-2596  Immediate full-time employment  avail, for energetic, soil-motivated  short order cook. May apply at  Gramma's Pub between 3 to 5 pm,  Mon.-Thurs. TFN  Full time/part time greenhouse  help needed, Pender Harbour.  683-9910. ��24cn  Local high profile resort 4 marina  requires personnel for housekeeping duties. Interested applicants  please call Duncan Cove Resorts  883-2424, ask lor Judy.    ��23cn  The Pender Harbour Community  Club requests local electricians to  contact Darren Reid at 683-9840.  For details regarding the electrical  upgrading of lhe community hall,  please respond by June ll.MScn  Garden Bay Pub - experienced  short order cook; also cleaning  person needed. 683-2674. ��25w  Ladies relail clothing in Gibsons  looking lor self-motivated woman  to work 1-2 days per week. Reply  10 Box 1159, Gibsons.       ��3w  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED ��� Friends  of the Sechell Library are looking  for supporters ol the library who  can be involved in upcoming lun  events. Drivers are still needed for  Meals on Wheels. Gardening and  cleanup is needed by the Salmon  Hatchery at Chapman Creek for its  grand opening June 12. A site  manager is needed lor a one-day  summer festival in Sechelt.. For  these and mote opportunities call  the Volunteer and Inlormation  Cenlre al 885-5881. TFN  Part time experienced ocean  kayak guide. First aid necessary.  885-3440. ��24w  SAMUEL H. GRIMES  PAINTING* DECORATING  Qualified Tradesman.  FreeEstimatss.  686-9407   ��4w  Village Gardener  Weeding, lawn mowing, house sitting, or any odd jobs. 8668529.  ���24w  Free Estimates  Firm Prices  Bnun Fraser  ���185-9576  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  Renovations, Repairs, Additions  and outbuildings. Rol - insect  damage. 6858070. ��25w  WORD  PROCESSING  ���Laser Printer*  Sunshine Office  Services  Phone/Fax  885-6390  J  House cleaning service for senior  and disabled adulls. Bonded,  supervised employees. Established non-prolil organization.  Phone 865-5144. I25w I  Coast News, June 7, 1993  19  Business &  Home Services  E&E*  PHOTOGRAPHY LAB  CUSTOM  Colour&B/W  TUES-SAT10-5  BETTY DEMARCE  287 Gower Pt. Rd,  Gibsons Landing  Quality Woodwork  Hon* Rermxlelllng, Finishing  We look al all jobs big or small.  For prompt, quality work at an  affordable price, call Art Giesbrecht 185-3372. 124*  Have Mowers Will Travel  Too busy to keep the grsss cut?  Reasonable, reliable, quality work.  Yes, I do windows, too! Call Gail  665-3737. I24w  Interior, Exterior, and Industrial.  Responsible k Guaranteed. Call  Jm 896- 0243. ��24w  Willow Garden Service  Experienced ��� reasonable - reliable.  Lawns, hedges, bed,  cleanup. Rob 885-3232.    ��24w  LawtVHedge culling, moving/Hauling, windows/Eavestroughs.  Man/men available P/T, casual or  regular basis. Reliable, relerences.  886-3822. ��24w  Bob's Hauling I Removals  Top soil, gravel, sand, manure. 1-  10 yrds. rubbish removal. 885-  4804. ��24w  CONSTRUCTION  TUCuilom Framing  ��� Wood sldhlg-^  883-9775  6-9 pm  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping ��� Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranleed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  Si  SSOaSfc  **-*-.-��� .-*.��-���    KELLY'S SERVICES  Septic tank pumping, portable toilet rentals. Call anytime. 685-2342  or cell 220-5261. ��25w  Tired ol trying lo keep up with your  bookkeeping? Phone 8864478.  ���24w  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting, Iree eslimates. Relerences  available. 886-3463.        TFNs  HW VRC.VM)  885-0230  PAINTING  Inlenor, Exterior,  Residential.*.  Commercial. Small  jobsa-apedalty,  quality workmanship  and materials - essmalss Iree  Mich        883*340  WINDOW CLEANING  Coast wide ��� tree estimales - have  rels. Please leave message. Ron  885-5056. ��25cn  MAT CONSTRUCTION  SERVICES  Compiele renovations, finish carpentry, concrete work, retaining  walls, septic fields, landscaping,  mini excavator. Bruce. 885-3908.  ��25cn  _j\txsik3\v-v  LANDSCAPE EDGING  FREE ESTIMATES  S85-0678  Carpenter. B.C. Varcoe. 685-7977.  ��25cn  Carpel 1 lino Installations k  repairs. 885-0191. ��25cn  Concrete - Specializing in driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, exposed  aggregate. 8868095.       TFNs  IOOSTOLUMBII  NRTAMIIANDMW  ��*U$I��VKIWIU  COMiTOYtWRnOHRtY  TOCUT YOUR 1001  Mm ������������oaxo  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded and reliable. 684-5324 or  8680436. TFN  LAWN AND GARDEN  Specializing In gardening and  lawn maintenance  - Pruning - Trimming - Fertilizing ���  Garden Clean-up  Commercial S Residential  8880160 hi. mess.  TFN  STORKS PAINTING  & WALLPAPERING  ��� specially Fbilahaa  ��� PriMSura Washing  FREE ESTIMATES  885-7838  Mountainside pressure washing,  all surfaces. Free estimales. 885-  6159 Shawn eves. ��25cn  LawtVHedge cutting, moving/Hauling, windows/Eavestroughs.  Man/men available P/T, casual or  regular basis. Reliable, references.  886-3822. ��24w  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Cst-fnrit ��� Upholstery  POWim TRUCK-  MrjUrsTEDBXIPMENT  aSSTPOSSBlERESULIS  JUST *Sk ABOUND  I'M YOUR HANDIMAN  Porches, Additions, Remodelling,  Sdariums, No job too small. Bill al  686-0380 or 24 hr. pager 1-977-  6502. TFN  CULTURED MARBLE  Jelled bathtubs, sinks, balhs and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimales. Tom Sealy 683-  2978 TFN  For all your house cleaning  needs, We're honest and reliable  people.e85-5774. ���23cn  C.a CLEANING SERVICES  Windows k construction dean up.  Phona 685-7571. ��23cn  SUNBELT  CONSTRUCTION  880-2272  Will's window washing, yard work.  Langdale to Garden Bay. 885-  7733. ��3cn  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  mainlenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  8653917. TFNs  Complete Bobcat Seivices  Excavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walls - Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  8668538  TFNs  Kiddie Cal Daycare Centre has  openings for children 29 mos. to 6  yrs. Certified staff w/lirst aid, fun  learning environment. Dally outside play, walks, large lenced yard  and undercover outdoor play  area. Open 7:30 am to 6 pm. 885-  7759. ��24w  18 monlh old needs playmate.  Phone Grandma 886-7490.��24cn  Experienced nanny avail. June 19  lor live-in position. Leave message  885-6034 alter 5:30 pm.   $24cn  Child care spaces available next to  Gibsons Elementary, flexible  hours. 886-7375. ��23w  Nanny required lor 4 year old 4  two 1 year olds. Starting Sept. in  my home in Roberts Creek.Refs.  please. Call 685-3707.      ��23w  CLOWN SHOWS  Giggles k Squiggles. Songs with  her guitar, balloon animals, magic,  puppets, lace painting k more!  683-2514. ��23cn  Family dayhome (licensed eventually). First aid, T.L.C. Flexible  hours. Ref. 6684527.      ��23cn  Regular babysitter lor Sunday  evenings for 2-1/2 yr old. 886-  2687. TFN  licensed After School Care  St. Bart's Hall  (near Cibsons Elementary)  ForAgeiS-V  immireOwroiuimMui  886-2064  Experienced, reliable watchman  available nights k weekends. 665-  5937 ���56 message. I24w  One ton truck lor hire. Yard work,  clean windows, gutters and pressure washing. Reasonable rales.  6882108. ��24w  Experienced driver class 3 w/air.  Needs woik. 835-0190. Don.l23cn  Haid woiking college student will  do odd jobs, wash windows. Mike  ���23w  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  at HUSOVARNA  FOREST* GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Forests Garden  Dealerships  available for Sechelt  Call Dorhn at  Tideline Marine  885-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY  community  Lawns cut, weed whacking, windows and gutter cleaning. Call  Rk* 885-9899. ��23w  Reliable woman available for  housecleaning, no less than 3  hours plesse. Good rels. 866-  8314. ��23w  Couple with small truck,  weedeater, available for odd jobs.  8868314. ��23w  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, firm rales,  Iree estimates, no job too small or  too large. Bruce 685-9576.  TFN  Taper lor hire. 686-4518.   I23w  Man seeking work - lull time or  part time, printing, mechanically  inclined and Class 5. John 886-  2231. )25w  The vista of the Strait of Georgia is luring boaters to enjoy weekends under nil for from shore.      Joel Johnstone photo  Women's Club hosts annual conference  by Ruth Moore  Sunshine and laughter were the backdrop to the opening  ceremonies of the 45th annual conference of the Business and  Professional Women's Clubs Friday May 28.  Hosted by the Gibsons Club, chairperson Pauline Foglielta  and provincial president Gail Jones extended greetings to all  followed by messages of encouragement and congratulations  from dignitaries who included Mayor Eric Small of Gibsons,  Gordon Wilson, MLA, Joyce Kolibas, councillor the District  of Sechelt and Shawn Cardinall, trustee of School District 46.  The theme of this year's conference, Career Power, was  spoken to after the business sessions at the Saturday luncheon  by Theresa Jeffries, councillor of the Sechelt Indian Band,  and she strongly emphasized that knowledge was going to be  the key to unlock the doors closed to the native peoples as  well as others in the country.  Sharon Smith of Careers, Image and U, then led an afternoon workshop on personality types and profiles.  One of the high points was the Saturday evening banquet  held at the new Gibsons Yacht Club. Keynote speaker Mary  Bennett, president of the Learning Exchange and a member of  the board of governors and chair of the Education and Student  Services Committee, used overheads with cartoons during her  talk and encouraged feedback from the guests. Entertainment  included a marvellous show of talent by three young locals -  the Casan Trio.  The conference was a great opportunity for women  province-wide to network and share, and closed on a high  note with an address from Marge Donovan, past provincial  president and now secretary treasurer for the national club.  A highlight for the Sunshine Coast club was the receipt of  a plaque honouring their significant increase in membership  during the 1992/93 year.  Finale for the year will be a day cruise/barbeque to Salmon  Inlet, June 27. Anyone wishing to join the fun, contact Aleta  Giroux 885-9802.  Two adorable happy children  (aged 217 months) require full  lime sitter beginning end ol June  lor summer months. Call 686-  7972. ��25cn  38. Business  Opportunities  IMMIGRATION TO CANADA  We specialize in Business Immigration: entrepreneurs, joint ventures, self-employed.  Benefit Irom our many years ol  experience to help you, your  friends or family through the Immigration process.Also Removal ol  Conditions. Many business opportunities available.  Call lof appointment lo review  options.  GLOBAL IMMIGRATION  SERVICES LTD.  101-1537 West ah Ave.,  Vancouver. B.C. V5J1T5  Tel: 739-0225  II you have an interest in children's  fashions we can help you build an  exciting and financially rewarding  home-based business marketing a  high quality range of children's  clothing through home parties.  Investment required, $300. For further Information contact Joe at  935-4996. ��23w  MINI STORAGE  LOCKERS  SECHELT GIBSONS  U LOCK INC.  Gibsons: 886*8460  Sechell: 885-6422  "?aM atavta-a* an/ mllU.  OnStre ItUuutftmxeU  Fit'Rite Blinds  SAU ENDS JUNE 10  50% off Mini Blinds  40% off Verticals  For appointment call Cathy Rumball  886-8445  Notice to Frank Leung. Pick up  your vehicle from my property by  July 3,1993 or it will be sold at a  public auction. ��25cn  Food industry manufacturers representative needed. New meat  product requires Sunshine Coast  representation. Protected territory ���  great add-on product. Reply Box  394, Coast News, Gibsons.H25cns  First Chge. mortgage wanled.  $13,000, 10 yr teim. Properly  value $150,000. Reply Box E, c/o  Box 66, Sechelt. ��24cn  MINI  STORAGE  885-0333  Brighten  Someone's Day...  (or rain on their parade)  with  Classified Ads  For $7.50,  you can  add the  Sunshine or Showers  symbol to your classified ad.  Express yourselfl  886-2262 or 885-3930  Notice Board Jg  Ongoing events must be updated monthly  Wc reserve the right to edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events  of genuine community interest  Items will he Hated Ihree weeks prior lo Ihe event.  Qroup  MONDAY, JUNE 7  Breastfeeding    Support  anniversary picnic. All members and new  moms welcome. Coma meat, exchange  clothing & Ideas, & have fun. Info:  Roxanne, 886-3230 or Laurie, 886-7900.  B.C's "ChHd Care Regulation" Review  - a community forum, 7-9:30 pm, Hearth  Unit, 494 S. Fletcher Rd., Qlbsons. To  schsdula a presentation or for info:  Qretho Thorbum, 885-5164.  S.C. Spinners A Weavers QuHd monthly  maating, 7:30 pm, Kirkland Cenlre, Davis  Bay. Info: 685-3866.  TUESDAY, JUNES  Saehelt Community Race Relations  Workshop, 10 am-4 pm, Sechelt Indian  Band Community Hall. To discuss factors  contributing to racial concerns and  develop plans to combat these concerns.  Lunch to be provided. Hosted by the  Sechelt Indian Band. All interested  people are invltsd to this follow-up to the  May 181 -    -  -       ���   --  Cam Raid, 685-5332.  I meeting For further into: S/Sgt  I5-53"  WEDNESDAV, JUNE ���  White Cana Club monthly meeting, 1  pm, St. Hilda's Church, Sschslt. Into:  666.2703. Draw winners: hanging basket.  Mads Cameron: planter. Bud Husby.  Elphinslone Electors' Association  General Meeting. 7:30 pm. new  Community Use Room, next to new  firehall. Chaster Rd. All Elphinstone  residents welcome  Waal Howe Sound Eleetore  Association general meeting, 7:30 pm,  Langdale School. To discuss nsw  Langdale Hte. RV park - the lack ol  roads and mamlenance ot same in many  old subdivisions.  THURSDAY, JUNE 10  R.N.A.B.C. annual chapter dinner  maating  to  honour  "retired*  and  (volunteer) nurses, 6:30 pm, Omega  Restaurant. Mo: Bev Miller, 885-3646.  St Mary'a Hospital Auxiliary. Gibsons  Branch maating, noon luncheon, Hillside  Family Restaurant.  St Mary'a Hospital Auxiliary. Sschelt  branch maating, 1:30 pm. St. Hilda's Hall.  All members urged to attend this last  masting until September.  FRIDAY, JUNE 11  Sunahlne Coaat Peace Qroup 10th  Anniversary Potluck Picnic Supper. Come  help ue celebrate. Bring tood item,  dishee. cutlery. Directions: 685-5007 or  865-2101.  SATURDAY, JUNE 12  Canadian Cancer Society 'Living Hope'  Rummage Sale, 10 am-4 pm, Masonic  Hat, Hwy. 101, Roberts Creek.  Gibsons Minor Ball Association bottle  drive, 9 am-2 pm to raise funds tor  upcoming tournaments.  SUNDAY, JUNE IS  EX-N.W.T. Residents 7th annual picnic,  noon-8 pm, Bear Creak Provincial Park,  Kelowna, B.C. Bring lunch A  ralrashmants. Contact: Al Hall, 764-2347  or Harold Qlick, 766-2158.  MONDAY, JUNE 14  Sunahlne Coaat Homo Based  Buainaaa Association monthly meeting,  7-9 pm, Rockwood Lodge. Speaker: Pam  McKinnon, Sunshine Coast Business  Development Centre. Discussion:  Customer Relations. Mo: Richard Currie,  685-8215.  WEDNESDAY, JUNE IS  Sunahlne Coaat Homo Support  Society annual general meeting, 7:30  pm. Board Room, Teredo Square, 5710  Teredo St., Sechelt.  B.C. Schlaophrenla Society, Sunshine  Coast Branch 'Sharing & Caring" Support  Group mseting at Julia's, 804 Cascade  Cr., Creskskfs Estates, Gibsons. For inio  or ride: 666-3534.  THURSDAY, JUNE 17  Secheh Pro-School Open Houaa A pro-  registration for September sssson, signups tor summsr session, and a chance  for kids to meet ths teachers. Inio: Julia,  885-0606  FRIDAY, JUNE 11  Friends of Caren Annual Qensral  Meeting and elections, 7:30 pm, Pender  Haibour Lions Park Hall. Inio: 663-2807.  SATURDAY, JUNE It  St Mary'a Hospital Auxiliary. Gibsons  Branch Branch Garage Sale, 10 am-2  pm. 1864 West Reid Rd., behind  Sunshins Coast Nursery.  THURSDAY, JUNE 24  Safely Posls- Contest Display to mark  Canadian Occupational Health A Safety  Week, June 20-28. Trail Bay Mall,  Sechelt. Sponsored by Howe Sound Pulp  & Paper employees.  FRIDAY, JUNE 21  Safety Poster Contest Display, to mark  Canadian Occupational Health A Safety  Week, June 20-28, Sunnycraat Mall,  Gibsons. Sponsored by Howe Sound  Pulp A Paper smployses.  SATURDAY, JUNE 2t  Safety Bike Rodeo, to mark Canadian  Occupational Health A Safety Week, lor  ages up to 12 yrs., Gibsons Fire Station,  10 am-noon. Sponsored by Howe Sound  Pulp A Paper employees.  SUNDAY, JUNE 27  Safety for Off-Road Motorlnd Blkae. lo  mark Canadian Occupational Health A  Safety Week. Chastsr Road Firs Station,  to am-2 pm. Sponsored by Howie Sound  Pulp A Paper employeee. Bring bikae A  parents.  MISCELLANEOUS  : June 8, 15 A 22, 74  pm, Sechelt Health Contra. To rsgistsr:  886-5600. Clauses IHI up quickly.  Pander Harbour Aquatic A Fltneaa  Centra. Ths centra will close lor summsr  holidays Irom June 14 to Sept. 11.  Sunahlne Coast Arte Centra prssents  Degreea ot Intensity, sculpture by Ksy  Bonathan. through June 30; Wad-Sat, 11  am -4 pm; Sun, 1-4 pm.  Sunshine Art Studio: July 4-Aug. 27, 1  week saaslons ol painting, drawing A  mora. For children 5-13 years. Davis Bay  Wilson Creek Community Hall. Prs-regie-  tar June 27, 2-5 pm or call 686-8762 or  686-2593.  Parent-Tot Drop-In A Summer  Adventures 'tl: Ihe Parent-Tot Drop-In  in Sechelt A Wilson Creek le closed and  will re-open Ihe first weak of October. The  Gibsons Drop-In will remain open until  Juno 22 on Tueedays A Thursdays  (Thursday program to be cancelled if  attendance too low). Info: Karen Scolt.  866-6648 or Community Services. 885-  5681. Summsr Adventure*, will again be  ottered in the Gibsons srea - a program  ol 8 outdoor advanturss in July A August  for parsnts A children 1-5 yrs. old. Chores  ol Tuseday or Thursday. Coat: $30 to bs  paid at registration. Limited to 20 Ismiliss  per day. Register at Gibaona in June or  nil Karen Scon, 686-8846.  Festival ol the Written Arte Car Raffia:  Last weak to purchase tickets. Available  Irom any lastivsl representslive or Coast  Nsws offices. Draw date: June 15. Info:  865-9631  MONDAYS  Adull Children ot Aleohollea/Dye-  functional Families mssts 7:30-9 pm,  St. Mary's Church Hall, Gibsons        26  TUESDAYS  "Living With Cancer" Support Qroup  meals every other Tuseday, Kirkland  Centra, Davis Bay, 1 pm. Info 865-5861  or 8868369.  WEDNESDAYS  Sunahlne Tosslmsstors meetings at  7:30 pm at Chatelech Secondary, Room  115. Loam leadership, communication  and public speaking skills. Everyone welcome.  THURSDAYS  JC's Weight Loaa Support Qroup  masts afternoons 1230-2:30pm, call 686-  2692, and svsnings 6:30.8:00pm, call  666-7168, al the United Church,  Glasslord Rd., Qlbsons.  Co-Dspandsncy Qroup for people living  with an active afcoholic or drug addict, 6-  8 pm, through July 1. Info: 685-5680.  FRIDAYS  S2Sffi*ffa-SSMKJSaft a**��� United Ch��h Thrift Si-���. 1-3  pm, in basement, rear of church, Truman  Bd. 26  immediately, tho health unit's new phono  number is 866-5600. 26  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum, 716  Winn Rd., acroaa Irom Post Olllcs,  Qibsons. Displays are constantly  changing. Wheelchair accessible.For  hours of opening or to book a tour: 886-  6232.  Q 20  Coast News, June 7, 1993  news  Thornbrough  ocean dump safe,  ministry claims  by Derek McNaughton  Officially known as "site 64,"  an ocean dump sile between  Woolrich Island and Port Mellon is still in use, and has  received    almosl        25,000 cubic  metres, or about  3,000 truck loads,  of trash since 1988.  And while preservationists and  divers want to end  the practice of  ocean dumping,  government officials say the stuff  thai gets dumped is "safe  enough to put into a kid's sandbox."  Mostly bark, wood chips,  rock, sand or gravel, the wasle  spilling into Ihe 15-year-old,  237-metre deep Thornbrough  Channel dump site has belonged  at one time or another to Hillside Gravel, Rivtow Log Sorting. Flavelle and Terminal Forest Products, and the BC Min-  gibsons council notes  The building committee of  Ihe Gibsons and District Public  Library has selected Vancouver  architect G. Hansen lo prepare a  feasibility study for a new library  in Holland Park. Council has  already given its approval in  principle to the public land being  used.  Hansen has visited the site  and recommended the new building be constructed between town  hall and the existing library.  "The architect has a variety of  interesting ideas for the plans  and the site," says Ihe library  association in a press release.  "When questioned aboul the  appearance of the building he  assured building committee  chairman John Young thai il  would not be an 'architectural'  statement, bul a practical functioning library."  Town councillor Ted Hume  told council Tuesday the committee aims to have its plans and  budget complete in time to bring  the question of funding to a referendum al thc same time as thc  civic elections in November.  A newsletter detailing building progress is posted in the  library and questions and suggestions from users arc welcome.  Park committee  A parks design committee to  look at future uses for a community waterfront park in Gibsons  is gearing up for ils first meeting  with representatives from council, the Rotary Cluh and community members at large.  The Gower Point Road site  was earmarked for thc ill-fated  Discovery project and has continued to languish in an overgrown slate.  The Rotary Club cleared an  area for a public volleyball court  last summer and has taken a lead  role in pushing for park development.  Resources council  Council appointed Barry  Janyk as the town's temporary  liaison to the Forest Resources  Council, a new committee seeking to establish itself as an independent advisory group on Coasl  resource issues.  Pending a review of Ihe  resource council's lerms of reference, the town will decide if it  wants lo appoint Iwo members to  the potential 25-mcmbcr council.  YOU'LL MAKE  MONEY WITH  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Ministry of  Environment  officials insist  tbe materials  are safe to  dump  886-26-22  r 885-3930  istry of Transport.  Divers say because the  underwater area is surrounded  by walls and cliffs, somewhat  like a bathtub, sediment is noi  flushed oul to be  broken down, and  simply builds up in  blankets, smothering  sea life.  Ministry of Environment officials,  however, insist the  materials arc sale lo  dump, and adhere lo  regulations under  the Environmental  Protection Act. "Since 1975."  said ocean disposal officer  Duane Brothers, "wc do an analysis of anything lhat gels  dumped."  Brothers said lhal the basinlike site, with its limited purging, might be better so as not to  spread the sediment around.  And. he added, "there's not  much biological productivity in  the deepest spots."  Former Coast  teacher facing  indecency charges  i  But not everyone agrees with  how many creatures live at the  bottom of the sea. "Certainly  lots of things can live in deep  water: animals can live a lot  deeper than that," said Jim  Boutillier, a scientist with Canada's Aquaculture Fisheries  branch. Worms, clams, fish,  small starfish, sea cucumbers  and other marine animals can  live at those depths, said Boutillier. But he said, "some areas are  fairly barren."  And the problem "tends to be  very localized," said Laurie  McBride, a director with Save  Georgia Strait Alliance. She  cited shrimp beds at Point Grey,  which she said have been  smothered.  "What is harmful," she  added, "is what tends to happen  at these dumps: the formation of  a fiber mat - a thick non-porous  smothering of sea-bottom life."  Ocean dumping is often  much cheaper than land dumping, though the cost is quickly  rising.  And sometimes, ocean dumping is arguably a better means of  disposal for certain wastes, says  lhe ministry, citng asbestos. It is  refused at landfills because glass  panicles escape into the air people breathe.  Under an existing permit,  TFP is currently seeking  approval to dump.  by Darah Hansen  A former Sunshine Coast district high school counsellor will  make her first appearance in a  New Westminster provincial  court June 9 to answer charges  of gross indecency.  Murlin K. Beltain, S3, of Surrey was named early last month  as the woman who allegedly  carried on a sexual relationship  with a female former student, a  minor, during her time as a New  Westminster high school counsellor and sports coach in the  late 1970s.  The alleged victim, Victoria  Harris, has charged the incidents  which initiated the criminal proceeding occurred between the  years 1977 and 1978 when she  was 16 and 17-years-old.  Harris, now 32, lives in Seattle and works as a psychiatrist.  On her own intiative, she has  allowed her name to be publicly  released.  Beltain was known in the  Sunshine Coast district as Merle  Ann Bottaro. She worked as a  school counsellor for both Chatelech and Elphinstone high  schools between the years 1981  to 1991.  During that time, Bottaro  also taught French classes and  coached a high school girl's volleyball team.  Bottaro legally changed her  name to Murlin Beltain in October of 1992.  She left the Sunshine Coast  school district after taking a personal leave of absence. Shc has  since been working for the Surrey school district, but took  leave again after charges were  laid.  Local school district superintendent Clifford Smith said no  connection to such charges was  ever made during Botlaro's time  in this district.  "As far as our records are  concerned, she worked as a  teacher in this district and she  did a satisfactory job."  "  Some carpet dealers  consider their prices  to be lower than ours.  CARPET & LINO ROLL ENDS - FROM 66 < SQ. FT.  LEVEL  LOOPS  FROM  EARLY SHOPPERS GET THE BEST SELECTION1.  CREDIT PLANS AVAILABLE  IN-HOME SHOPPING  709 HIGHWAY 101 GIBSONS  sWaVa aanaaat ha saa.aal* *"*,  886-7112  ���"������-" '���" ���-'-'-"������'-  ataaMat.  I

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