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 Legislative Library  Parliament Buildings  o  r    ak    VoV Iaj  Victoria B.C. .��.��  Atten Rod Cardin     93.9  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  I S H E D    19 4 5  June 21,1993 Volume 47 Issue 25  Equality, environment key land claim forum  by Jane Seyd  "The Sechelt deserve justice and  equality."  With those comments from Sechelt  band councillor Calvin Craigan, an  evening-long discussion of the  Sechelt's land claim proposal got  underway before a local crowd at the  Raven's Cry Theatre, Thursday.  In his presentation, Sechelt chief  Garry Feschuk emphasized that a claim  settlement will provide a strong economic base for the band, needed to  finance development projects which  Independence hinges on development projects, chief says  will pave the way to greater independence.  "A lot of our planning has been done  20 years ago," said Feschuk. "We wanl  to be treated equally and to have a sense  of belonging."  Band councillors also spoke about  the need to re-establish a connection  with the land in their traditional territory, and to re-assert their aboriginal  rights.  Said councillor Wesley Jeffries, "No  government has the authority to lake  that away from us."  Feschuk said the Sechelt land claim  covers about 5,700 square kilometres  from Roberts Creek to the head of  Jervis Inlet, and is based on aboriginal  title lo lands traditionally occupied by  the band.  The Sechelt are asking for a $70 million settlement, as well as the option of  buying vacant Crown land in their territory. They are also requesting half of  the royalties from resource extraction,  such as logging or mining within their  claim area. But councillors also vowed  to respect all third-party interests, citing  their recent co-operative agreement  with International Forest Products.  Questions and comments on the land  claim came from all quarters on Thursday night.  Approvals given  to Sechelt Creek  hydro project  by Derek McNaughton  A multi-million-dollar water  diversion project, which could  potentially divorce nearly 200-  million cubic meters of water  every year from Sechelt Creek,  has been approved by the Ministry of Environment, and Fisheries and Oceans officials say  salmon beds and trout pools will  not be harmed.  "It's proceeding, I  don'l sec any reason  for it lo be held up,"  ministry planning  manger Brian Clark  said Thursday. "It's  been reviewed  through the proper  channels."  The approval *~~~~~"  clears away all but  one hurdle for Toronto-based  Conwest Exploration, which  could begin construction of the  $20-million water weir as soon  as September.  The company, which last  August unveiled plans to thc  public, must now get a firm land  tenure from Ihe Department of  Lands and Forests, which will  give thc okay failing any complaints from thc public.  The weir, which should lake  about 18 months to build and  employ ahout 50 people, will  fill BC Hydro grids with 15  mega-watts of power - enough  potential electricity lo fuel the  domestic needs for all of  Sechelt, said Mark Slubbcrl,  vice president of Conwest.  Little opposition was  encountered when the company  publicly showed plans for the  weir last year, claims Stubbert.  Even so, Conwest "mitigated  the adverse impacts" of the projecl, he said.  Calling lhe project a dam is a  misnomer, he said, because  dams generally impound water,  whereas a weir raises water  flow above an intake pipe, with  thc remaining water spilling  over a retaining wall.  'What we will  use is just a  fraction'  - Mark Stubbert  "What we will use is just a  fraction," said Stubbert.  But the fraction of water  extracted - six to eight per cent -  was enough to prompt two  water flow studies, one by a  Conwest sponsored consultant,  thc other by Fisheries and  Oceans.  "We requested they maintain  minimum flows," said Steve  Gordon, habitat pro-  '   lection technician for  thc Sunshine Coast.  In the Sechelt Creek  - naturally adorned  with waterfalls,  canyons and cisterns  - coho, chum, trout  and char are com-      mon, he said.  ���"I suppose there  could be a risk if they had an  emergency," said Gordon, "but  as long as some minimum flows  are provided, that's like a minimum risk lo the fish in the system."  Sechelt Creek, located near  Salmon Inlet and Clowhom  Lake, has been, because of the  area's natural beauty, a  favoured hiking spot for locals  and tourists for years.  Doug Pierce, conservation  officer for thc Coasl, said he  was surprised at the small  amount of public discussion  over the project. "I really don'l  think people were that well  informed," he said.  Sechelt Creek, he explained,  "is a very beautiful area, there's  a series of three waterfalls and  lhe water comes into a real nice  pool. These falls are really, really quite spectacular."  The creek's beauty, he  added, "should be maintained  that way. We don't have enough  beautiful areas that wc can just  squander them.  "I'm trying to see what's  going to happen 10 to 15 years  down thc thc road," said Pierce.  "I think i'ts going lo be more  important as the years go on."  Baiting young black bear that refused to toe the line  Jack Tiernan on Ihe tanning board, where he lay when a small  black bear bit him on Ihe fool. Joel Johnstone pholo  by Darah Hansen  Whal do balding Texas millionaires and curious Sunshine  Coasl black bears have in common these days?  They both have a penchant  for sunbalhcrs' Iocs.  He's no Duchess of York, bul  when retired school teacher Jack  Tiernan fell asleep in the backyard of his Davis Bay home  while enjoying Ihe afternoon  sun, he unknowingly became  party to such illicit royal treats.  Actually, it felt more like a  sharp jab than gentle affection,  said Tiernan of his run-in wilh  thc bear last Saturday.  "It was like something out of  a bad dream. I've seen bears  before, but I've never been in  one's mouth."  Tiernan had been reclining  on a sunning board, eyes closed,  on his back, he said, when a  sharp pain in his foot forced him  out of his daze. To his surprise  he saw that his big toe was  lodged in thc jaws of a black  bear. "1 kicked and it hacked  off," said Tiernan.  "It moved about 15 feet away  and glared at mc. I glared back...  I think it was as surprised as I  was."  And though the bear made no  I've seen bears  before, but I've never  been in one's mouth  -lack Tiernan  move towards him, good sense  told Tiernan that thc sunning  board he was holding up as protection was probably not going  to offer much in thc way of safety should the status quo change.  Tiernan backed into his  house. With an air rifle he initially fired a warning shot but  when that failed lo scare the  bear away, he shot it in the rump  anil il lefl thc properly.  Conservation officer for the  area Doug Pierce said incidents  of close contact like this are rare  in BC and he speculated that  the bear was simply curious to  find oul whal Tiernan was.  Pierce said Ihe bear is likely a  young male, between one and  two years old, recently separated  from its molher. At this age, the  officer said, bears are naturally  curious and tend to get into the  most trouble.  Pierce said he's taken steps  to capture the bear and remove  il from lhe populated area back  into the wild. "If I can't capture  him in the live trap, I'll try to  get him any way I can."  Meanwhile, Tiernan is keeping a good sense of humour  about Ihe whole affair. He can't  help it, he says, his friends are  all laughing at him.  "One friend has even offered  to take me hunting. He said he'll  use me as bait."  Peggy Connor, chair of the regional  board, asked if local governments will  be included as observers to the settlement negotiations. Others wondered at  the lack of definition for "aboriginal  title" and asked how the value of a  claim would be calculated.  Roger Lagasse, a local environmental activist, asked if the band also hu  plans to preserve the natural environment. "I've heard a lot about development and co-operation with Interfor,"  he commented.  turn to page 2  Angry  letters  blast  marina  project  by Derek McNaughton  As works crews begin clearing land around the proposed  Wilson Creek marina development, a flurry of letters denouncing the project as environmental unsound crisscross the district, only days before a federal  environment task force hands  down its position on the plan.  Developers of the $19-mil-  lion project have responded by  calling the letters "literary terrorism" based solely on hearsay.  Sechelt municipality has sent  letters to Canada's Environment  Assessment Review Office and  BC's Ministry of Tourism urging a public review arid an  examination of "potential en'  ronmental consequences."  Ken and Carleen Lay, from  Wilson Creek Blackberry Farms  Ltd., noted their "extreme shock  and displeasure in the idea of the  responsible Federal and Provincial Ministries even entertaining  this proposal," in a letter to the  provincial environment ministry.  Furthermore, the Lays allege  that, "despite public requests to  preserve, the developer has proceeded to cause the destruction  of five heron roosting trees and  all the foreshore vegetation  around the main estuary."  Demand for separate public  reviews of both the marina and  the sewage plant outfall has  come from a fledgling advisory  group, the Sunshine Coast  Resources Council. They say the  public must have an opportunity  to ask questions and comment.  Panorama Construction  owner Art McGinnis balked at  the letters, calling them "a  bunch of crap."  McGinnis said his company  has done an excellent job of preserving a wooded habitat for  birds, and scoffed at claims of  destroying heron roosts.  "There's a potential heron  roost on every tree in the  province; there's a heron that  sits in my backyard," he said. "If  the birds were nesting, that  would be different."  And Sechelt Indian Band  chief Garry Feschuck said  "unless they've read all the  reports, all they're going by is  hearsay. What we have done is  gone by [ministry] guidelines."  The Sechelt letters, he said,  would not have been sent if the  town was listening.  ft  imiaaianrein.Mii.  :  1  mm  mmmm Coast News, June 21, 1993  Check Us Out!  Witt! ABOVI  Thrifty's  HELP THE  Donations    SSS-24SS or Box S��S  _b*U,7ttl  Sincere best wishes are extended to  Dr. Pamela Earle  on the occasion of her retirement  DR. 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CSERF will focus on training and the creation of  productive employment through the conservation and restoration of B.C. fish stocks and fish  habitat throughout the province.  Profit and non-profit groups, associations, organizations, clubs and volunteer groups involved or  interested in enhancement projects are invited  to submit proposals for CSERF funding.  For an Information and application package contact:  CSERF  Ministry ot Agriculture, Fisheries and Food  808 Douglas St.  Victoria, B.C.  V8W2Z7  Phone: 387-9568  Fax:      356-7280  Province of  British Columbia  Red tide puts Coast shellfish off limits  by Derek McNaughton  The shoreline along the entire Sunshine  Coasl is closed lo all shellfish harvesting  until further notice, as a 'red title' sweeps  beaches from Port Mellon to Pender Harbour, Department of Fisheries anil Oceans  officials warned Friday.  People who eal clams, oysters, muscles -  or anything wilh Iwo shells - could become  violently ill, and children could even die if  locally harvested seafood is eaten.  Red tides arc caused when conditions of  lighl and temperature reach a precise, balanced point, and then form an algae explosion. Small spores floating in the water at all  times suddenly "bloom," and shellfish thus  siphon in thc contaminated water.  Although it docs noi affeel them, poisoned shellfish eaten hy humans will firsl  cause a tingling feeling on thc lips and  tongue, followed by a numbing of fingers  and toes, eventually ending in complete  paralysis so extreme victims are unable to  blink, llie condition is known as "paralytic  shellfish poisoning."  Red tides are also caused when sewage  contaminated waters, or those spoiled by  pulp mill effluent containing furans and  dioxins, reach intolerable levels.  If affected, immediately induce vomiting,  lake a laxative, drink a solution of baking  soda and water and seek medical help as  soon as possible. Poisoned shellfish will  retain the toxins anywhere from four months  to a year. Call the DFO or your local health  unit for more information.  Land  claims  breaking  ground  from page I  Others asked how Ihe settlement would he paid. As taxpayers, said one woman, "wc arc Ihe  provincial and federal governments."  Councillor Theresa Jeffries  said she could understand apprehension from the non-native  communily, but added in lhe  current situation "millions of  dollars (go) towards keeping  First Nations in a largely dependent slate."  Fisherman Ron Malcolm also  said he slill wasn't comfortable  wilh thc idea of thc band having  jurisdiction over non-native fisheries: "Some of these undefined  terms leave me a little con-  A forum on the Sechelt land claim attracted strong interest Thursday.  Jane Seyd photo  ccnied."  Others said Ihey supported  lhe land claim and pointed out  lhal it would mean money com  ing into Coast communities.  Mike Sakamoto of federal  Indian and Northern Affairs said  land claim settlements in BC  will be venturing into uncharted  areas and will need public participation and support: "Aboriginal issues arc public issues."  Claim important to band's sense of pride'  At a land claim forum held Thursday  night, Sechelt band councillors said settlement of their claim doesn't centre purely  around dollar figures. It also involves  respecting their culture, and gelling Ihe  chance to take back rights traditionally held  by their members.  Speaking of their history and Ihe traditional uses of Iheir territory, councillors said  a settlement is important to re-establishing a  sense of pride in band members.  "If a people are demoralized, you can't  expect Ihem lo be well," said Wesley Jeffries, who added systems of residential  schools and reserves created long-lasting  dependencies in native communities.  Councillors said a claim recognizing aboriginal title and its associated rights will help  restore what was taken from Ihem.  They also pointed to thc need for more  native-controlled relevant education for their  young people.  Mike Sakamoto of Indian and Northern  Affairs, said in many native issues, "(The  government has) done a lousy job. Wc have  to get out of Ihe way."  He said a claim settlement would involve  replacing undefined "aboriginal rights" wilh  clearly spclled-out rights and benefits for  Sechell people.  Tougher provincial park decisibils lie ahead  by Derek McNaughton  The first steps arc thc smallest, sometimes the easiest, bul  the big ones arc yet to come.  Although British Columbia  got seven new parks and had six  others expanded this week, lhe  government still has a long way  to go and lags even in its  promise to protect 12 per cent of  BC's richly diverse environments, said a local environmentalist Thursday.  "Thc establishment of seven  new parks is welcome," said  George Smith, executive direc  tor of Canadian Parks And  Wilderness Society. "Bul this is  only 7,433 hectares of new park.  That's important, bul doubling  Iparkspacc lo 12 per cent)  requires 5 lo 6 million hectares,"  he said. "These arc thc small and  quick ones, but what aboul lhe  large and tough ones like thc  Tatshenshini?" he asked.  The new parks were spawned  as part of the Protected Areas  Strategy plan, an NDP designed  scheme lo double existing BC  parkland (now al just over six  per cent) over the next six and-  a-half-years, and protect the  province's rich biological diversity. The plan has in its sights  112 large areas, 72 small ones,  though not all those will be protected or become parks. Locally,  the Tetrahedron is pari of the  strategy, but old-growth in the  Caren Range is not.  Smith lauds the announcement and PAS because he says it  formally restates the NDP's  promise to protect 12 per cent of  BC, based on a representative  ecology and "not just Ihe oh-  wow, oh-wow places." Bul, he  T  T  T"  **mn  Pebbles from the past  T  his photo shows the original motel at Sechelt. This  building was built in 1899 to 1900 by Herbert  Whitaker. The picture was captured around 1905.  , vMQ.  added, the government "has fallen behind, and now il's time to  get caught up."  Parks created are: Duffy  Lake (2,37�� ha), Lake Revelstoke (71 ha), Union Passage  Marine (1,373 ha), Inlet Marine  (767 ha), Klcwnuggit Inlet  Marine (1,733 ha), Kilsnn Island  Marine (45 ha), and Takla Lake  Marine (160 ha).  Environment Minister John  Cashore said Ihe announcement  brings to 20 thc total number of  park creations or expansions  since PAS was announced.  - IVLQ  600 DRAKE  ��\      Pebbles People Care  REALTY LTD.  Your locel Reel Eetete Cempeny ��� Olbeone Osaey  jew IH, Oosam Point Head, Olbe-ane, t.C. VON 1V0  #32/^  iM*  Phtane: NM107, Ven. to* tree: MMtW, Fu: tM-MM  "Your Home Away Prom Home"  VLCPROP/ElLSSLTD.  proudly invito /t u to preview  our brand ne ' 192 suite  rental apguomtnt. tower.  BU0TR��iOlYKt.��:iiP��a.  When in the dry en business,  why not consider W rouver's  newest concept in convenient  and affordable short-ram  accommodation - modem studio  ind jr.l bdim suites. Available  on a monthly baas. Some suites  with murphy beds.  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"This bill does not give us  any new powers," he said. "If  you want to go protest in Clayoquot Sound, the bill is not  intended to deal with that."  So far, not everyone is convinced of that, though.  In particular, local MLA  Gordon Wilson says the bill  will provide greater discretionary power for the minister  to limit access to public lands -  a move he sees as limiting some  kinds of recreational use and  stopping civil disobedience.  "Public land should be available to the public," he said.  Edmund Butler of the local  group Forest Watch said he also  finds the bill's possible intent  worrying for environmentalists,  and called it a strong arm tactic  of a government "in cahoots  with industry." But he added,  "It's not going to put anyone  off... let them try..."  .Ti i�� k ,*-^kw�� A ���:  Sechelt students try out their public speaking skills at a literacy  event in Rockwood Pavilion. Derek McNaughton photo  Sechelt  school  children  speak out  at Pavilion  by Derek McNaughton  Like a small army, camouflaged in more colours than a  jumbo Jello pack, they entered,  all out of rank and file, all prattling and pointing as if inside a  toy store for Ihe first time.  Classrooms of Sechelt Elementary school kids scrambled  into seats of thc Rockwood  Pavilion Wednesday to talk in  front of peers and leachers for  Spcakout '93, a social event  designed to enhance public  speaking in children.  "It was fun," said nine-year-  old Elizabeth Hubert. "I felt  like, urn, I don't really know,"  she said aboul her experience  on stage. The event, she added,  was better than last year, and as  a result, "well, now I know  another poem -1 memorized it."  The children, aged five to  twelve, recited such infamous  parables, or poems as Casey at  the Bat and If I Were in Charge  of the World, and even time-  worn Hickory Dickory Dock.  sAfli 30% Off  CaAJ-'fif   In Stock Discontinued  cAt__E*       Lighting Fixtures  ��/%�����*** . All Sales Final -  I amy. ��� Slvadee ' Well Mattel �� Treck �� Ceiling lighl. �� Fein �� ReceMed �� Outdoor  Sechelt Lighting  8M-0417 \ 5609 Hwy 101, jjjgjwjj  GRADS  For those about to embark  on a Voyage of Discovery...  Jft ^im. Featuririg  Grad Party  Dresses,  Jewellery,  & Gifts  Galore.  j��   a World of Gifts to Experience!  ��� ������  j  I  B  ��� 5  ��� ���  B  l*��"j"*2"ZiJ  Sechelt butts out in all  municipal offices, buildings  by Derek McNaughton  At least the ashtrays will stay clean.  In a trend to quash cigarette smoke and its  harmful, if not cosily, side effects, Sechell councillors banned smoking in all municipal buildings  Wednesday - a move which could sec the town's  mayor and other officials huddling on municipal  hall doorsteps during even the fiercest of Pacific  storms. "No person shall smoke a cigarette, cigar  or pipe in the No Smoking areas of a municipal  building" reads the bylaw.  A municipal building includes the municipal  hall, the public works office, the arena, and all  other municipal buildings owned or leased by the  town. Those caught puffing in restricted areas will  pocket a $50 fine for the first offence, but, under  the new law, could be liable to a fine of up to  $2,000.  Mayor MacLarty, in a sort of mini-coup  attempt, tried to have her office declared exempt  from the bylaw, but her compatriots refused to second her motion.  20%off  until end of June  *��a*aW��*iaWa*><*atoa'*a^^  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd  Pi,ill Rd    Cibsons B86- 7f>?/   r*~**"-  UM:.sM     [-,,,,     Sa|  g . 5.30    Sun. 10 - l     I _. .  1  Concerned Coast residents step  away from Mt. Elphinstone LRUP  by Darah Hansen  Months of waiting, little  communication and an experimental forestry proposal which  includes clearcutting has been  too much for at least one player  on the Mount Elphinstone Local  Resource Use Plan (LRUP).  Members of Concerned Coast  Residents (CCR) made their disapproval of the direction lhe  LRUP has taken known when  they renounced their seat at the  committee lable Thursday.  "It's been a big waste of  time," said CCR member Donna  Shugar of the process.  Shugar expounded on the  frustrations of her group - which  consists of a core membership  of 25 to 30 people - in an letter  to the LRUP committee.  "...the business of the LRUP  committee is lo develop a plan  for the Mt. Elphinstone forest.  The committee has not undertaken any work on this plan to  date," Shugar wrote.  She added CCR's expressed  concerns that too much focus on  the experimental proposals and  none on creating a holistic plan  of the forest have met with little  response from the forest service,  chairing the committee.  'It's been a big waste  oftime'  -Donna Shugar  And though she had not seen  specific details of the silviculture experiments, Shugar  remained critical of the inclusion of clearcuts as one of three  experimental phases.  Shugar said CCR will participate again in the LRUP process  only when the committee begins  Ihe work of developing a comprehensive plan for the area  which will protect the forests  and the watershed.  Meanwhile, shc said CCR  will continue to voice its concerns about the Mt Elphinstone  forest use in public forums  scheduled to take place later this  summer.  LRUP chair Brian Hawrys of  Ihe forest service said CCR's  decision not to come back to the  commitlee table was disappointing. "Talking is still the best  way to work things out...not  attending isn't really resolving  anything."  Hawrys said the mood of  attending members at Thursday  night's meeting was generally  positive but concerns of how thc  proposed experiments would fu  into an overall plan for the area,  in particular recreational uses  and watershed protection, were  brought up.  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This Information Series Presented by: *���>  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES LTD.  _  Septic Tank Pumping Services serving Gibsons,  Sechell, Pender Harbour areas.  WkWLWtkXXtWMMmWLmtklidmWik  WTyr^-t!Iff,.'fifIf.'-M!Iff..'-HUH1,,.mm, .W-Bk.  If you have sometlting to sell, let the   COAST^'NEWS��� get you on ,1,e ri8ht ,rack t0  llie Coast News, June 21, 1993  opinion  Harbour stand-off  at the edge  of town  It was like Coles Last Stand.  The pizza boxes lay dog-eared on a sidetable and the  coffee perked on the counter of the bar. The Rugby  Club's president stood up and introduced himself, welcoming the small, restless gathering to enjoy the amenities and view across Shoal Channel from above Armour's  Beach.  As if mustering the weary troops for a desperate  assault against the battlements of bureaucratic resistance  arrayed against him, Coles edged forward and said what  needed to be done.  He mumbled something about an official community  plan and the need to lean upon the seated powers at town  hall to make them change their strategy for the waterfront.  An elderly general stepped forward professing no particular knowledge of the stand-off at hand, but willing to  help draw up a plan of attack. He asked for emissaries of  opposing forces to declare themselves.  A pair of fisheries officers shuffled forward and said  that, within their power, they would defend to the last  blade the eel grass beds swirling in the water just below  the low tide line.  "We need a place to fix boats," snarled a fishermen,  and a spark of anger overtook the feeling of dispossession that had taken hold among the assembled.  "Eel grass is one of the most productive food supplies  for fish," the habitat officer continued defiantly. "We're  losing it incrementally all along the Coast."  He said no one from fisheries would stand in the way  of Coles vanguard for a float and pier, but woe betide any  incursion to extend or build more marine ways. "I know  it sounds foolish that somebody's going to worry about  that much eel grass, but that's how we're losing it."  Further wrangling over eel grass values ensued with  the protectors of marine life cast as villains, while town  hall lay off in the distance, dull and impenetrable.  A woman among the small crowd piped up and said  she lived along the shore and paid taxes. "Most people  along the waterfront are retired and want peace and  quiet," she ventured.  A stout fellow with the look of a rebel stepped forward, said his name was Ted Hume and declared he was  an alderman. "I'm here on my own to see what's happening here," he said.  "The mayor deemed that council would not participate  in this... I don't care what the mayor says, if he doesn't  want to come that's his tough luck. I'm here as a citizen  to hear what you want." He said a condition of lawlessness existed when a man named Hill forged a boat repair  shop from the slopes facing Shoal Channel more than 40  years ago.  Times have changed. "So it's non-conforming, but  legal," he said. Regulations can be changed too, someone  replied. Marine repair is good business, good for jobs,  good for the whole town: "Why can't we bring everyone  together on this?" A flutter of applause followed this as  spirits rose.  Looking around from under the brim of his hat, Hume  measured his words. He said a great council was being  held on the sabbath to consider common pleas. After that  who knows? "The OCP procedure still has to go to public hearing," he said, and vanished into the shadows.  QB6TUiBMniSRHS.Sl��  CNieiesauiMiiwiXtt&ii  VMilOBfll   ^^^       mmm.*  mLimimiifm.  mmimm.jiiw  Frontier versus  family community  Open letter to Mayor  MacLarty and council:  I am writing regarding Mr.  Stockwell's great effort in trying  to provide affordable accommodation in the Sechelt area for  low income families. As recent  claims by Statistics Canada have  proven with the unemployment  rate on the upswing and with the  recent announcement of the 100  plus that may be unemployed on  the Sunshine Coast due to the  fish farms relocation, I think  that Ms MacLarty and council  should be commending this man  with providing this service in  the community.  I find it hard to believe that  towns and even cities that have  trailer parks in them are considered "frontier towns". There are  major cities in Canada with  trailer parks and affordable  housing and they are not called  "frontier towns". They are con:  sidered family oriented communities.  I am a home owner and have  been for 10 years, and personally I would much rather see my  taxes used for housing projects  than beautification ventures.  Furthermore, Ms MacLarty and  council, I pray to God that you  are never down on your luck  and need some assistance and  find yourself in a situation like  this.  LORRIE L. YOUNG  Halfmoon Bay  Laying claim  to a loving life  In reply to the letter, Showing affection:  I assume from your letter  that your son is not in grade 3  and was probably "reprimanded  for holding hands and hugging  on the school ground" with his  girlfriend.  I had to smile reading your  letter because I automatically  wondered if they were perhaps  smooching, necking and petting,  all nice words for an acceptable  activity if done in private, at  home, or at the movies (generally within parental supervision if  the female is under the age of  16).  Young people can be quite  self-absorbed and unaware that  they are making a spectacle of  themselves, and it can be embarrassing to witness public displays of serious affection  between adults as well as  youths.  I hope your children and  mine are not "forced into back  alleys, the back seats of cars... to  satisfy their basic need to touch  and be touched."  I do believe that communicating the difference between  prepubescent touching and the  real joyful, thrilling (real sexy)  kisses can come from sources of  authority, which include school  authorities as well as parents.  God bless your children as  they discover that life and loving really belong to them, not  because anyone says so.  MRS. V. GRIMES  Gibsons  No back  doors in navy  May I take your attention  back to May 2, the anniversary  of the Battle of the Atlantic held  at the Legion Cenotaph.  It was a lovely day and the  ceremony most impressive.  Later on, reading ihe Coast  News and Sunshine Press, I was  appalled to note there was no  mention or photos of the young  lads of the Navy League Cadets  and Seaforth Highlanders taking  part.  There you missed a golden  chance of bringing home to parents the desire most of Ihem  wish for, Ihe clean living and  learning something useful for  the life ahead of their children^  For those parents who cared,  may God bless them.  Strange how the antics of  vandals and really bad children  seem to make front page news, I  believe that is what they want.  ��_^���\M_mm���% .....tm aaaaaMan.  -mwfSWuKOnw  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 mall  your letters to:  TheEdKor  Sunahlne Coatt News  Box 460  Gibaona, B.C.  V0N1V0  I found it most touching to  see the four Navy Cadets, one at  each corner of the Cenotaph,  they looked so young and serious. I felt I loved them all.  It's very hard to realize many  people seem to have forgotten  or just can't be bothered to  remember the horrors of war,  especially the convoys of ships  carrying food, etc., to England  during those awful years when  the seas seemed to be alive with  enemy submarines.  One of my brothers was  killed in the North Atlantic and  countless numbers of our own  ships sunk.  Truly ihere are no back doors  in the navy.  ELIZABETH M. WORRAL  Sechelt  Fighting cancer  The Sunshine Coast Unit of  the Canadian Cancer Society  held its first Living Hope rummage sale June 12 and 13 at the  Masonic Hall in Roberts Cre^k  and realized a goodly sum of  $1,500.  Thank you to all who donated articles for the sale and all  those who purchased them.the  Mount Elphinstone Masonic  Society for the use of their hall,  the Coast News, Coast Cable  Vision and Gibsons Building  Supplies for their publicity and  to all the other businesses who  so willingly displayed our  posters.  The money will be returned  to those people of our local  communities whose lives have  been affected by cancer, as the  unit provides financial and emotional support systems, as well  as educational programs.  ANNE D. CARGYLE  Sechelt  Greeting tbe summer solstice on the Midnight Dome  A couple of weeks back I mentioned that I was  an admirer of the prose style of D.H. Lawrence, the  essayist.  One of the essays I best remember from my  days as a scholar is one Lawrence wrote near the  end of his life called Christ, The Risen Lord. Those  with a literary bent should probably try to read it as  a companion piece to his last novella, The Man  Who Died.  Noting that Christianity had adapted three of the  four great pagan festivals for its own use, primarily  at the instigation of Emperor Constantine when he  Christianised the Roman Empire, Lawrence questions the lack of the fourth. Only the summer solstice has no role in our festivities.  To Lawrence this seemed a grievous lack. To  him, it seemed there was a preponderance of death  symbols about this testament of redemption and  joy and the cause was the lack of a summer solstice  festival which would celebrate life at its most vitally fecund.  It is an interesting argument, interestingly made,  and worth the reading.  But the purpose here is not to risk life and limb  in the dangerous waters of contemporary religious  doctrine.  My purpose is modesdy to mark the summer  solstice as the year turns. To remember, and to  musings  John burnside  share with the reader, a memory of a summer solstice long ago in which a random gathering of  chance acquaintances celebrated the solstice in an  appropriate place and with some simple joy.  If there is one place that the movement of the  sun across our skies is deeply felt, it is in the far  north. There are days at tbe winter solstice in the  Yukon when the golden bringer of heat and life  does not rise above the horizon.  In the summertime in tbe Yukon the sun is  almost omnipresent; the light and heat it brings  produce an explosion of plant and animal life busy  and energetic about life cycles in a shortened season. Here in this fertile explosion of life is the victory over the tomb-like and seemingly eternal cold  of the winter solstice.  North of Dawson City there is a bald-headed,  scar-faced mountain known as the Midnight Dome.  It is not high; it is not beautiful. It is, however, just  high enough on June 21st to enable the viewer on  its summit to see the sun at its lowest point before  it begins to rise again.  In June of 1966 I was reluctantly preparing to  leave the Yukon. This was to be my last summer in  the north as a bona fide resident; my last Yukon  solstice.  In the bar that day I met Ian Charleston, a  retired banker from Edinburgh. A dapper and fastidiously dressed man, Charleston was a bachelor  who had taken a recent heart attack as a motivation.  When I met him he was on his way back to  Scotland on the homeward leg of a trip around the  world. He was travelling by Volkswagen van. Was  he a shaping influence?  Ian and I hooked up late in the afternoon or  early evening with a burly rancher from the Kispi-  ox whose name was Leon. Leon left his wife and  four children to come to the Yukon every summer  to look for gold.  Later still I was astonished to see Scott Cuth-  bertson walk into the Occidental Saloon in Dawson  City. Cuthbertson and I bad been members of an  eccentric little theatre group called the Scottish  Players in Montreal a decade before. Scott, I discovered, had just arrived in Dawson as the assis  tant to the Liquor Store Manager.  Il was the 21st of June, summer solstice. When  we left the pub we left together in Charleston's  van, headed for the top of the Midnight Dome.  There was a brief stop as the new assistant to the  Liquor Store Manager used his keys and made  himself useful to the tune of a couple of cases of  beer; another whilst I roused my first wife out of  bed and took her along.  In the hour before midnight and for some hours  after we read poetry from the brand new book of  Robert Service that Ian had just bought. At midnight on the Dome we stood in awed fascination as  the sun visibly sank and rose again.  Leon amazed us all by reciting from memory  Service's The Lure of the Little Voices, about a  man drawn from home and family by the lure of  tbe goldfields.  With a great bass voice and heartbreaking sincerity he recited; it was as real as breath to him.  Wilma sang, beautifully, and did so more than  once.  After a while we came down from the Dome  and went our separate ways. But we had marked  the solstice with song and poetry.  And, yes, with a sense of awe and appreciation  for that golden orb which makes life possible here  on earth.  Pet Titer,  COAST^NEWS  Sttbtcrlption a.tettor  SW Coatt Mem or tha Wedumder:  Canal-: 1 year ��� $35 ��� $2.45 CST - $37.45  6 months. $20* Jl 40CST-521.40  ronH/i: 1 year. S40 (No CST)  Reg. No. 4702  The Sunshine Coeit New ii published on  the Sunshine Coast, B.C. every Monday by  Oaah-ir-mUi.  abeom.Otfke.U7Cnjk.lm~  Ban 460, Cibsons, B.C., VON 1V0  1604) B86-2622, Fax (604) 666-7725  SetMHOmceSSH Cowrie U  Bon 66 Sechelt, B.C, VON 3 *a0  (604) 885-3930, Editorial (604) 685-3960,  Fax (604) 685-3954  Reoretenutimt  Bill Rogers, Simons Cadysle-Smilh,  Loral Shea*. Janice Eomende  Anna Thomson  Office Manager  Office Starr  aiotont  Sea-Mi  Sua Connor  Butti Forrester, Hana Rose  Bailor Chants Hart  Repealers      Stuart Bumaida, Darah Hansen,  Jane Seyd. Derek McNaughton  Ptiotograprltr Joel Johnstons  Production  Cathy Mack  Beverley Shipley,  Andy Jukes,  Annie MacTevash,  Bat  Uaoager  Production  | ttwCTma-saai.sya/Wia)*^^  The Sunshine Coast News is protected by copyright  and reproduction ol any part of it by any means Is  prohibited unless permission in writing is first secured  irom Glasslord Press Ltd., holder ol the copyright  a**M  M Coast News, June 21, 1993  opinion  Reflecting on violent events in dream country  A lot of what we see these  days has to do with Somalia and  a lot of us probably hardly knew  where Somalia was or even  quite likely that Somalia existed.  Gina Lollabrigida is a Somali  some might know, and God  knows what imaginary notions  of this country that might lead  to, but Somalia, the real Somalia, has not been any kind of  focal point in our geography.  In case there's anyone out  there who still isn't quite sure,  Somalia is at the east end of  Africa with a long coastline  going from the Red Sea to the  Indian Ocean. Here is where,  over some thousands of years,  Asia has met Africa.  The scenes we see today on  the screens are almost entirely  of huddled and hollow-eyed  people with dreadful infants  with distended bellies etc. The  picture, of course, of famine and  despair. The impression must be  of a kind of last place on earth.  Yet it is not too long ago,  within a lifetime, since people  were going to Somalia for their  holidays. Great beaches, great  palm trees, cheery and intelligent people; a fascinating mix of  the ancient cultures of two quite  different continents.  I have a cousin who spent  most of his working life, not in  Somalia, but in the adjacent  south of the Sudan. He was the  UK superintendent of a quite  vast stony area reaching down to  the source of the Nile. It contained all kinds of different  tribes, having different languages and different customs  and different beliefs.  For 20 years, I guess, Eliot  was tramping about out there  with a troop of Askari and a  chug-chug river boat and a two-  inch gun and he was the law, as  far as he could maintain it.  When his formidable mother  pulled some kind of strings and  got him back to London and a  proper job and married and all,  he was pretty furious and  almost, though he is a quiet  man, kicking and screaming.  It is not too much to say that  he had grown to love the people  and the country and this is not  surprising considering the writings of other people who had  been in and about there. When  Europeans started moving into  Kenya, just next door, many of  them were taking their holidays  in Somalia. They built a railway,  quite an extraordinary railway,  from the port city Mombasa in  through the jungle country along  the equator to Uganda in the  interior, known to them as the  'lunatic express', and took up  in a nutshell  farming with various success on  a high plateau which has a temperature very like this despite  the fact that the equator runs  right through it. They lived,  some of them for years, in  native mud huts with thatched  roofs filled with all kinds of animal life and they grew to know  the Africans.  With some of them, of  course, this was a pretty slow  process and some of them never  grew to know the Africans, but  it is clear from the writings of  Karen Blixen (Isaak Dineson),  for example, that a really strong  rapport, amounting to love,  became possible and natural,  between sophisticated 20th century Westerners and the tribes-  people of altogether another age.  It is of course, a difficult  thing, perhaps the most difficult  thing to approach journalistically, but I seriously miss any  attempt to do so in any of the  daily and nightly coverages we  are getting from Somalia today.  If we are going to get involved  with the country we should be  thinking about the country as it  is, and not just fluffing about  with easy notions of how we  think the country ought to be.  We now have a significant  number of members of the  Royal Canadian Regiment of  Montreal in the country. It  seems to me that you can't send  a man with a gun into some  other country without being  involved with that country and  surely that has to mean that you  make every effort to understand  that country and its people, its  past and its reasonable aspirations for this time.  Peacekeeping as is said is  truly a difficult concept. It will  be the more difficult as it comes  clear that each case can be widely different from the next. We as  a people, it seems to me, are  going to have to make what  effort we can to understand the  letters  Using pool  alternatives  For many years now, all  Roberts Creek students have  been given an intensive course  of water safety through the Gibsons town pool. This year, the  program has had to be shelved  due to the delay in repairing the  pool.  The school's program has  ranged from the essential water  exposure and beginning swimming lessons for all primary students to the more advanced  swimming techniques and life-  saving skills for Ihe intermediate sludenis.  Students have always  enjoyed this pre-summer life  skills program. It has provided  every student in the school with  a chance to improve water safety awareness before a summer  holiday on or near the water.  Only the younger students  were lucky this year. Through  the very generous support of the  Gibsons Motor Inn, early primary students were able to have  shortened program in their  motel pool. This was a wonderful and happy experience for so  many of the young students, but  all the other students in the  school, together with many hundreds more on the Coast, have  really missed the chance to continue their lessons in the town  pool.  Childhood opportunities and  experiences pass by very quickly. They all look forward to continuing their personal water  safety skills through the very  successful Red Cross Safety  lessons, and by just increasing  recreational time in the water,  when the town pool is functioning again.  Children in our community  are missing important opportunities that may only happen  through these safety programs.  BARBARA PINKNEY  Roberta Creek  French resources  whittled down  to the Core  Surprised? Shocked? That  the number of students for Intermediate French Immersion did  not reach the minimum set by  the school board. There is no  surprise that the school board  cancelled its plans to implement  the program they invented, they  spent thousands of dollars  developing over the past three  years, and for which they cancelled the successful Early  French Immersion program.  Had they ever practised the  Year 200 strategy of "Parents as  Partners" they would have consulted with parents proactively  and saved a lot of tax dollars by  maintaining the already established French Immersion program that had the student num  bers that provided funding for  the program. What a waste of  money, time and energy!  There is something much  more precious that has been lost  and that is respect and trust in  the politics that determine educational directions in this school  district. The only satisfied customer, Mr, Jakob Knaus,  believes that strengthening core  French will replace French  immersion and be a better  choice.  Well, I hope Mr. Knaus is  prepared to continue to write  letters and attend school board  meetings advocating FOR Core  French because the only people  to do so have been the Sunshine  Coast Parents for French and we  are still waiting for the superintendent to eat his briefcase  because core French is still not  delivered consistently and equitably through the school district.  Cancelling French immersion  does not free resources or  money for Core French and nor  does it mean that the French  immersion teachers will be willing or able to teach Core  French.  The problem with the delivery of Core French is the lack of  teachers willing and/or able to  teach it.  So, what we have lost will  not be replaced by anything  comparable. This district is now  without an option for children  and families in education. I  hope that during the school  board elections later this year  that candidates will run that put  children first, lhat recognize that  educational options meet the  needs of the whole student population and that the strength of  French immersion must be used  in any successful venture in  education - parents - as PARTNERS!  MARY FINDLAY  Gibsons  Working for  greening of Sechelt  I would like to take ihis  opportunity to extend my heartfelt thanks to all the people on  the Trail Bay Project Committee  who worked so hard to organize  the Community Picnic, held  June 6 at the site of the proposed park. The music, speakers, poetry and history of both  the aboriginal people and settlers on the site were very uplifting and enriching. Even the rain  was welcomed; in spite of the  fact it brought an early end to  the event.  The best thing of all from my  perspective was the walk a  friend and I enjoyed in the trails  of the forested site. The scent of  the earth, the feeling of being  enveloped in all that greenery,  the song of the many, both land  and sea birds, that inhabit the  area was a joy to the spirit. We  need green spaces for our basic  mental health (not to mention  the oxygen they produce for our  physical well being).  On the Sunshine Coast we  are experiencing the rapid  demise of so many of our spots  of beauty, both in our heritage  buildings and our natural environment. Each falling under the  heavy equipment of rapid, progressive development.  It is long past the time we  took a serious look at what we  have taken for granted. The time  has come to look past the end of  the pen that signs on the dotted  line, in favour of the developer.  Time to take responsibility for  what little we have left, before  all the reasons people come to  our Coast are mowed under and  replaced with cement.  If we don't pay attention  now, in 20 years time we'll,be  building replicas of our lost heritage buildings, and artificial  park sites which will never compare to what is offered by  nature, at a far lower price lag  now. Once again, thank you to  the Trail Bay Project Committee  for the opportunity of a day to  celebrate where the forest still  meets the sea in all its majestic,  natural beauty. Keep up the  good work.  SANDIE McGINNIS  Sechelt.  Helping kids  have a ball  The collective effort of kids,  adulls and households throughout the community has made the  1993 Gibsons Minor Ball Association's annual tournament a  reality.  More than 17,000 refundable  cans were collected, raising in  excess of $2,500. This money  will be used for ongoing  expenses and of course, tournament expenses.  The GMBA would like to  thank the kids who did the leg  work and all the adults who  drove, sorted and cashed in the  bottles and cans.  Special thank yous to Rod  Lucas of Squamish Freightways  who donated the use of his truck  to haul our haul to bottle depots;  to Emie Barnham for his bottle  drive expertise, to Don Bland  and Betty Hart for organizing  this event and to SuperValu, the  Gibsons Liquor Store, J.  Clement Ltd., and Alcola Distributing Ltd., and their staff for  taking in such a massive amount  of cans and bottles in one afternoon.  And last, but not least, thank  you to the individuals who  donated your bottles, cans and  one small appliance electrical  cord. If this is your cord, please  call Betty at 886-8746.  GIBSONS MINOR BALL  ASSOCIATION  Get a  ���teiy?  Call our  editorial  departmenl"  in Gibsons  ai 886-2622  or in Sechell  at 885-3930  I lit- IVsiixal ('oik-itI Scrips  PRESENTS  THE RAMCOFF TRIO  Gene Ramsbottom        Monica Pfau  clarinet  piano  Roger Mannas  viola  A Sunday afternoon concert featuring the  music of Brahms, Bruch and Mozart  Sunday, July 4th at 2:00 pm in the  Festival Pavilion at Rockwood Centre  Tickets $12 at  The Festival Box Office at Rockwood flBBJF dflBft!  Telephone 885-9631 or Fax 885-3967 MM !PHB  stuart nutter  people and the situations where  our soldiers are. Whether we  know much history or not, or  whether our reporters do, what  we absolutely mustn't have is  any kind of situation in which  any one of ours moves in anywhere with a gun saying simply  in effect; Hey man, now you're  going to have a free election,  right?  Rill,   ol 6H" Hwy   IOI  ill Martin Rami   Gibsons  is I uss li ami Srnvii w Plan i  Wad Sot    IO ���>   HH6 93V  1Vim  comnumitu  ni'wsptipvr  2.5 acres, sunny, flat, lenced acreage.  1350 sq. It. rancher wilh lamily room,  country kitchen, 3 large bedrooms, patios  & sundecks. Under construction: 30' x  55' heoted slab lor shop.  $215,000  Dean Clapp  886-3811  >  I In* I Vstiix.'iil roii<*4-rl S'-rics  PRESENTS  THE VANCOUVER YOUTH  SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA  Sunday, June 20, 2:00 pm  ARTHUR POLSON  conducting the 76-hiember Senior Orchestra on the  eve of iheir European tour.  THE .RAMCOFF TRIO  Sunday, July 4, 2:00 pm  Gene Ramsbottom, clarinet, Monica Pfau, piano,  Roger Mangas, violist,  in a program by Bruch, Brahms and Mount  CORNUCOPIA BRASS ENSEMBLE  Saturday, July 24, 8:00 pm  3 french horns, trumpet, bass and tenor trombones  in a program of Bach, Mozart, Grieg, Rossini,  Debussy, Faure, Ellington, Monk and Gershwin.  THE HUGH FRASER QUINTET  Saturday, July 31, 8:00 pm  An evening of outstanding high-energy music in the classic  jazz tradition with all original compositions and arrangements  by this award-winning Canadian quintet.  THE VANCOUVER SYMPHONY  CHAMBER PLAYERS  with the  BARD ON THE BEACH COMPANY  Sunday, August 8, 2:00 pm  This special performance will feature selections from  Vivaldi's Four Seasons with readings from Shakespeare  by Christopher Gaze of the Bard on the Beach Company.  THE SOLID BRASS  TROMBONE BAND  Wednesday, August II. 8:00 pm  Solid Brass returns for a pre-Festival |H'rformance with  a program of traditional jazz, straight ahead swing,  romantic ballads, sambas, and rock.  THE CHAMBER ENSEMBLE OF  THE CBC RADIO ORCHESTRA  Sunday, August 15, 7:00 pm  This performance of the versatile 22-member ensemble  under conductor  ARTHUR POLSON  will feature Gene Ramsbottom on clarinet.  AUtm*trit*itfttmUf~*ai*.lU  ft4lvdP��iltii��4lUM  I  FOR  TICKETS  OR  MORE  The Festival Box Office at Rockwood  Telephone 885-9631 or Fax 885-3967  INFO Coast News, June 21, 1993  ANNOUNCING VERY SPECIAL PRICING  FALL 1993  GRAND PANAMA  CANAL CRUISES  aboard the fabulous  SKY" PRINCESS  Four dates & 2 exciting itineraries  Octl&16��Nov.22*Dec7  CrUlaUSroRHUaNftmNHlAlUES&  PRINCESS CRUISES  community  Rotary tops up Campbell memorial fund  The Frank Campbell Memorial Fund has reached its goal.  Steve Sawyer and Watt Lester of  the Gibsons Rotary Club make  the final contribution to Jennifer  Sluis and Keith Baker of the BC  Ambulance Service.  Over $6,000 has been raised  by the memorial fund to purchase an automatic defibrillator  for the local ambulance. Before  he passed away in June of 1992,  Mr. Frank Campbell had  expressed a keen interest in  starting a community-wide  fundraising project for this purpose. Initiated hy his daughter,  Jennifer Sluis, thc memorial  fund began with contributions  from Frank's family and many  friends. It was assisted wilh generous donations from thc Gihsons Legion 109, the Gibsons  Volunteer Fire Department and  the Rotary Club.  The Gibsons Ambulance  crew express their sincere  thanks to all those who supported Ihis worthwhile cause.  Joan Quarry, wilh Watt Lester and Steve Sawyer of Gibsons Rotary ('lub, hand Jennifer Sluis and  Keith Baker of the BC Ambulance Service the last donation needed to buy a defibrillator similar to  the one pictured wilh Bob Stevens of Ihe (iibsons Volunteer Fire Department.      Joel Johnstone photo  1   1    ff  11  if  I  for the finest in area dining  Featured Restaurant of the Week  Haid-A-Way Restaurant  The Hald-A-Way Restaurant and dining room located In the Gibsons  Motor Inn Invites you to come in and visit We think you will enjoy  the relaxed atmosphere and comfortable surroundings. Enjoy a cup  of coffee or a cool drink in our courtyard area.  The restaurant is open for breakfast  Monday to Friday at 5:30 a.m. and Saturday & Sunday at 7:00 a.m. (Closed  Monday-Saturday 2-5 p.m. Closed Sunday night.)  For a simply delicious dinner and fine  dining experience, it's the Haid-A-Way.  Highway 101 at Park Road  Phone 886-4501  FAMILY DINING  Kab Ktago - Surround yourself with  ait, the aroma of superb coffees  and Ihe 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  arc open Monday-Saturday, 8:30  a.m.-5:30 p.m. 885-8837.  Tha leal Houm - Just a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  ottering daily choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood from the West,  East and Gulf Coasts as well as a  variety of other specialties. Join us  after 5 pm for dinner or for our  spectacular Sunday Brunch, served  between 10:30 am and 2 pm.  Friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere and fabulous meals are just  some of the reasons you'll keep  coming back. If you have an important rendezvous or a ferry lo catch,  please let us know and we'll make  lhe necessary accommodations. For  reservations call 921-8188. All  major credit cards accepted.  Hald-A-Way Restaurant - Bring the  whole family and join us (or great  dining at Ihe Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Cibsons Motor Inn on Hwy.  101 at Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add lo your enjoyment  of our excellenl breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30am - 2pm, closed  from 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-9pnv, Saturdays & Sundays 7am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Eal to your heart's  content. Don'l forget our Friday k  Salurday night 2 for 1 dinner special 5pm-10pm. Reservations 886-  4501.50 seats plus banquet room.  Wtidt Family Rwtaurant Located in  Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons.  Family Dining with Special Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and  burgers, homemade soups, pies  and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials. Take-Oul available upon  request. Licensed stt air conditioned. Winter Hours: Open Sun -  Ihurs, 11 am - 9 pm. Fri k Sat 11  am -10 pm. 886-2993  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Tht Wharf - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view and  sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its best.  Sunday Bninch from 8 am - 2 pm.  Fully Licensed and air conditioned.  Dinner reservations recommended.  Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  BREAKFASTS, LUNCH  Dt Dutch Pannakoek House - Enjoy  Breakfast or Lunch outdoors  among Ihe 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. Bul  Breakfast at De Dutch isn't just limited to the North American traditional bacon k eggs (although that's  here too!). We've gol Dutch style  pancakes (Pannekoeks), French  toast, Dutch toast... and creative  lunch ideas loo! 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 Hv/y.  101 (Sunshine Coast Hwy.) across  from Ihe Sunnycrest Mall in the  Cedars Inn complex. 886-9090. Visa  k MasteiCard accepted.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homeslyle specialties in Ihe pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Open 7 days a week. Pub open  noon - closing. Kilchen hours:  Noon - 8:00 pm.  Irvine* 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 lo 10  pm; Pub tl am to 11 pm. Pender  Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard k  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'l miss Andy's great lunch  buffel Mon-Fri and our popular  Sunday brunch, 11 am - 2:30 pm.  Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open  7 days a week.  Blue Htron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy Ihe view of East  Porpoise Bay. Observe the tranquil  ducks and geese or dine by moonlight wilh a candle at your table.  Our deck is now open for the summer season. Live classical guitar  nightly. To savor Ihis superb dining  experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday. Lunch  11am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm. 885-3847.  Chez Philippe RMtaurant 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 al Ihe  waterfront, foot of Gower PI. Rd.  Reservations recommended: 886-  2188. Open from 5-30/7 days a week  Creak Houm - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, sleaks 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 k Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino ��� Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing.  Savour the delights of fresh seafood  liom around the world. Our extensive Dinner Menu includes fresh  seafood in our soup, salad, hoi or  cold appetizers, main courses and  pastas. Other entrees include sleak,  veal, chicken and lamb. Caesar  salad for two and flamW desserts  are prepared al your tableside. Our  lunch menu contains sandwiches  and burgers. OPEN 7 DAYS A  WEEK Lunch hours: 11.30 - 2:30  Dinner hours: 4:30 - 930. Visa and  Mastercard. Reservations recommended. 886-3891.  ���  gtorgs In gibsons  ��� On Tha Batch - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by k sample Ihe 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 Ihe Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKEOUT  Emit I Otttn't Drivt 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.  Gibsons. 886-7813.  by George Cooper  Now thai Ihe season brings visitors from other  countries the Gibsons detachment of the RCMP are  asking for volunteers fluent in languages other than  French; languages such as Japanese, German, Italian to name a few, to call thc office.  "Then when a tourist or newcomer brings a  problem to us and hasn't enough English, wc can  call on a translator to help us," thc officer in command said.  Heritage park  A year old park five kilometres north of Saskatoon called Wanuskewin Heritage Park is remarkable for being a people's initiative. The city of  Saskatoon, the archaeology departmenl of the University of Saskatchewan, llie Native Elders Council  and a provincial conservation authority formed a  non-profit corporation to develop and manage thc  site.  Thc site's main natural feature, a coulee or  ravine untouched by homesteader plough, reveals  human campsites going back 6,000 years. The  handsome pavilion houses displays of hunting and  gathering on ancient prairie lands. Thc cafeteria  offers bannock and bison burgers. Good too.  Truly a wide-based local effort by native and  white, successful after 14 years of all kinds of  negotiating.  Schools  Gibsons elementary has presented badges to the  54 members of its Run Club. One pupil did 60  kilometres over about a four-month period. Should  they challenge thc RCMP or the fireman, I'd place  a bet on thc school.  Langdalc's recent newsletter quotes Roberts  Creek primary teacher, Noriko McKee, "There is  no push lo go back lo Idler grades."  McKee serves on the provincial steering committee for thc primary program in Ihe Year 2000  curriculum and says great interest by 23 US stales  has been shown in BC's program and Iwo of these  have actually copied it.  McKee says lhe majority of parents arc quite  satisfied wilh lhe way reporting is now done. But  she does encourage these parents to write the ministry to say so. Otherwise thc dissatisfied few may  make a loud enough complaint to cause thc return  of letter grades. She will give you thc address of  thc ministry and will gladly supply the stamp for  each letter.  Gibsons pioneer goes to his rest  by Dick Kennett  A sermon on the mount  would not do justice to this son  of a pioneer whose hourglass  ran out of time. Niilo Wiren will  be buried at the foot of Mount  Elphinstone in the old cemetery  where he can look down on the  productive land his parents took  up in 1906.  Niilo Wiren was bom here in  1906 shortly after lhe great fire  swept through the uplands of  Gibsons and threatened many an  early settler near its swath, but  these resourceful and hard  working people survived.  When nonagenarian Wiljo  Wiren asked me to be a pall  bearer al his younger brother's  funeral I was proud, and well I  should be; just as proud 30 years  ago when asked lo be pallbearer  for old Mr. Kayto, another  Finnish pioneer on lhe North  Road.  As a youngster in thc 1930's  I had nothing bul respect for  these Finnish Canadian settlers  who had hearts of gold, ever  present to help oul newcomers,  give the shirts off their backs so  to speak.  Niilo, though known to many  of us oldtimers, was not a great  mixer socially, choosing to live  his life quietly, caring for and  living with his mother for many  years.  And after selling the acreage  ������������������������������������������������������������  LIMITED TIME  OFFER  ffiWfflaBHAEft  "385  fmam^W-mW,  HAY AT...  FIESTA 11*1 Standard lloom  POSADA REAL HotaJRoom  .. for $10 daily per person for Isl week.  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His brother Wiljo, now 92,  still lives on the Reed Road was  at one time a teacher as well as  interpreter for his Finnish  brethren who could not speak  English.  Ministry  seeks  Coast  nesting site  information  The BC Environment Ministry is seeking any information  leading to lhe discovery of Bald  Eagle, Osprcy und Great Blue  Heron nesting sites in Ihe Sunshine Coasl and Powell River.  Thc ministry is currently  conducting an inventory of  nesting sites of these species in  Ihe Powell River - Sunshine  Coast regions (including coastal  islands) due to concerns  regarding these populations.  Great Blue Herons and  Ospreys seem to be declining in  coastal areas whereas Bald  Eagles appear to be showing a  gradual increase.  Surveys this year and in subsequent years will help the ministry to keep track of changes in  their populations and identify  the reasons for these changes.  If you have any nestig site  information, contact BC Environment through the project  coordinator Martin Gebauer by  phone, letter or fax to:  #224-13900 HylandRd.,  Surrey, B.C., V3W IK4  Tel and Fax; 543-7764 Coast News, June 21, 1993  community  by Beverley Shipley  Roberls Creek continues its tradition of  having a tremendous amount of athletic and  scholastic talent showing itself in its students. At last week's Elphinstone secondary  awards night a good portion of awards were  received by Roberts Creek students in all  categories and in particular, girls volleyball.  Parents and people in general are tired of  hearing about teen vandalism; teen alcohol  and drug abuse; whether or not there should  be condom machines in the high schools;  whether it is sexist or not for teenage girls to  want to have a beauty contest amongst themselves; that teenage girls need counselling to  teach Ihem how to deal with teenage boys  (who they arc being told mostly turn into  sexist, violent men, but it really isn't their  fault), etc. etc. It's about time our kids were  praised for their good points and deeds, to be  encouraged to be healthy, productive and to  have fun.  This week at Roberts Creek elementary is  the sendoff for grade 7's in the form of  Karaoke night grad and goodbyes from the  rest of the student body. Congratulations to  all the students.  RCCA news  The last RCCA meeting before summer  break will be this Wednesday, June 23 at  7:30 pm at the hall. Fire chief Denis Mulligan will be giving a report on firehall expenditures, fire regulations, etc. A reminder that  SCRD Director Brett McGillivray attends  the RCCA monthly meetings to not only  give a report on SCRD happenings, but to be  a liaison for residents with concerns and  requests to the SCRD. If you have any questions, complaints, etc. that you want to make  to the regional district, these meetings are a  good time to do it through your regional  director.  Creek Daze  Lots of volunteers are still needed, especially in the following areas: a parade mar-  shall, face painters, organizers of games such  as volleyball, races, etc. For booth or table  rentals call Randie Tame at 886-9324 and for  entertainment information call Melanie Berg  at 885-3720. The Daze is set for Saturday,  August 21 at Cliff Gilker Park.  9RflZIUM1<rMDES  Exchtsive Imported G^ls  TRADITIONAL & DECORATIVE  Zulu Baskets  Every basket b made by hand using  imKgenostit raw materials by the women  of Kwazulu.lt can take up to one  month to produce one of these unique  Also baskets of various sizes & shapes  including hanging & half baskets.  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  Firefighters and ambulance crews help remove a woman who was injured during a noon-hour  accident in front of Cliff Gilker Park. Both a Jeep Wagoneer and a Jeep Eagle sustained heavy  damage. Derek McNaughton photo  davls bay news  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  It's time once again to get the  sand pails, shovels, egg cartons  and jelly molds out and begin  creating a vision of that prize-  winning sand castle.  Thc annual competition,  sponsored by thc Trail Bay merchants will be held Sunday, July ��  4 at I pm at Davis Bay beach.  Bring the kids, lhe ice chest  with lots of cold drinks and the  picnic basket with lunch and/or  supper an enjoy a wonderful day  at the beach. Bring grandma and  grandpa loo.  Father's Day  1 hope all you dads were  treated royally yesterday on  Father's Day - you deserve it.  Too often we see dad depicted  on TV unrealistically - as a slob,  a moron, lazy and stupid, when  in fact, most dads are smart,  hard working, honest and conscientious.  We don't give Ihem flowers  or chocolates nor seldom take  them out for dinner, but we love  secnen cnamoer  The Sechelt Chamber of  Commerce has issued a forecast  of a potentially gloomy summer  for tourist operators, after noting visitor inquiries al the travel  information centre have  dropped significantly since last  year.  Last year, there were 2643  inquiries in the first five  months. But this year, the figure  is down to 1797 - a drop of 32  per cent.  Chamber manager Ann Kershaw says while less than a fifth  of visitors typically use the  information centre, the figures  are still rather alarming - especially when added to reports of  slow business at local restaurants and motels.  Kershaw says up to now, the  figures have been climbing  each year.  Looking at figures from the  Conference Board of Canada,  she says the drop is likely due  to unemployment and people  having less income to spend on  vacations.  Part of the solution, she says,  will be to market the Coast as a  destination to out-of-province  visitors.  The natural scenery of the  Coast is still a big attraction to  foreign tourists, especially visitors from Germany this year  who enjoy activities like climbing and hiking, says Kershaw.  Diving is also popular.  and honour Ihem and that's  worth a bundle.  Prince George  As I write thc column ihis  week, we are in Prince George  visiting our son, wife and granddaughters, enjoying lhe sun  every day. II is a wonder to us  lhat after such a harsh winter  which saw snow by thc foot  everyone's lawn is so green.  There is a saying here lhat  there are two seasons, one is  winter, the other is getting ready  for winter. I see what Ihey mean  - at least we don't have lo shovel lhe rain.  Sport fishing  The Sunshine Coast is fortunate to have access lo some of  Ihe besl sports fishing in thc  world, but it could be severely  threatened by a very controversial project that has caused more  than a greal deal of concern and  anxiety amongst the people of  the north. Alcan's Kemann II  project on the Nechako River is  to produce more power for alu  minum production. The key  concern here is that it will greatly reduce Ihe flow of the  Nechako which will seriously  affect native food fishery,  spawning of the salmon, resulting in fewer fish and will cut out  much of the recreational use of  the area.  This particular project caused  much outcry an censure from  the general public along with  environmentalists and meetings  were held to try to defeat this  abuse of the environment, but as  is loo often, the public's concerns were overridden. It has  just come to light that the  Kemano II Projecl was exempted from an environment impact  study review by the federal cabinet.  The people in the  Ncchako/Bulkley Valley areas  are deeply concerned over the  future quality of life when this  project comes on line. A lot of  these concerns strike mighty  close lo home don't they?  FLOOR  INSTALLATIONS  ���Carpet ��� Lino  ��� Hardwood  "FOR A TIDY JOB ON TIME"  call GREG DENNISON  886-3220 cell 649-4385  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  QtyeCoqontfoitaf:fye  Bfefrttt of a&gtjjdt  P.O.Box129,v*^l*ile1Ayii*<ia,Slla*��I.B,C.VON3AO Ttaiplione (604)866-1986 Fax: (804) 685-7581  MUNICIPAL MEMO  ��  Sechelt Canada  Celebration Days  July 1,1993  Schedule of Activities  Canada Day Parade. Float entries judged  at 10:00 a.m. Paraft Italia at 11:00 a.m.  Sponsored by the Llon't. Parade follows  the usual route. The theme is 'Unity in  Community'. Parade Marshall  Cam Cameron, 885*7470,  1^12:00 Noon ��� Hackett Park  7s Canada Day ceremonies. Oh Canada I  Alice Horseman singing. Colour party.  % Pipe Band.  I 1:00 p.m. ��� 4:30 p.m ��� Stag* Event*  'V Local musicians and a Story Whale for the  kids. Food and beverages available on  ** site. Craft booths, kid's games and races,  etc. Hullabaloo creative workshop tor  *��'  M :OOp.m,  ��� 2:00 p.m.  Regular Council  Meetings  Regular Council Meetings take place on  the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each  month at the Municipal Hall, Inlet Ave.  Abandoned Boat Trailers  Two boat trailers have been towed away  as being abandoned, from Porpoise Bay  Wharf.  Owners may contact either Sue Spurgeon,  Bylaw Enforcement Officer or Doug Fraser,  Superintendent of Public Works to identify;  and claim the trailers after payment of,  appropriate daily storage fees.  If not claimed by July 2nd, 1993, the  District of Sechelt will dispose of the  trailers.  Roller Bladlng/Skatlng  Continues at Arena  Please note that the Arena will be open  on Saturdays only during the month of  June for roller blading and roller  skating. Hours are as follows:  4:00 ��� 8:00 p.m. Scrub Hockey  8:00 ��� 8:00 p.m. Public Skate  Star Search for Pre-Teens. Senior's  Centre. Cash prizes for first, second and  third place. Call Nlkkl Webber 885-5883  j (let it ring).  2:30 p.m. ��� 8:30 p.m.  Star Search for ages 13 to 21 years,  Seniors Centre. This is the prerequisite  event for the P.N.E. Call Nikki Webber  885*5883. Contestants needed.  Going all day  Helicopter Rides sponsored by the BfiUty-  Rides from the foot of Inlet.  July 1,2,3,4 ��� Hackett Park  Tennl* Tournament  Sponsored by the Sunahlne Coaat  Racquet Club. Matches will take place in  Hackett Park. Categories for adult and  teens, singles and doubles. Tournament  will continue through the July weekend. To  enter call Janice Brown 885-7006.  S p.m. - Sechelt  Sohalllhten Salmon Dinner  At the Sechelt Band Hall. Sponsored and  organized by the Sechalt Indian Band  and the Dletrlct ot Sechelt. Food, Family,  Friendly time. Story telling, acoustic music  jam, speakers and great door prizes.  Tickets $4.00, available at Scott's Music  and Crystal Serendipity.  10 p.m. Canada Day Fireworks!!  Sponsored by the Federal Government  and the District of Sechelt with much  appreciated assistance and support Irom  the Sechelt Indian Band Government.  Writing Contest  Sponsored by Tlie Friends al the Sechalt  Library. Prizes and categories for children  and adults. Theme...Reflections of Sechelt  - Seeing Me. Winners will be announced  on stage July 1. Call Robin 885*4505  before 6 p.m.  Free public transportation to the Village  Core provided by the Sunahlne Coaat  Tynan System. For the schedule in your  i area call 885-3234.  Tax Deadline July 2nd  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.  Attention West Sechelt  Residents  The West Sechelt Community  Association will hold Its Summer meeting  on Thursday, June 24th at 7:00 p.m. at  West Sechelt Elementary School.  Guest Speakers are Nora Stevenson  of MacBlo re: the future of Wakefield  lands and Dennis Chemoff re: the West  Sechelt OCP.  All residents of West Sechett are urged  to attend. For further information contact  Don Rose at 885-2779.  Mayor's Hotline  885-5360  I  ! Coast News, June 21, 1993  community  by DUnoc Evans  Any family can have conflict. When  people feel stressed or overloaded. Project Parent staff, professionally trained  and woiking in confidentiality, can provide support and counselling for as long  as it's needed.  Coordinator Debbie Mealia talked  about the program last week. "Last  month. May, we provided service for  100 families," she said. "That's unbelievable, considering that we have only  five part-time counsellors, that's equal  to three and a half full-time positions,  and our counsellors are also involved in  other group work.  "We have a post partum depression  group, we have just finished a nobody's  perfect program which served 36 families, and we are also going to the Pender  Harbour health clinic two days a month.  It's a very busy schedule." stated  Mealia.  Post partum depression  In partnership with the public health  unit, Project Parent counsellor April  Struthers is facilitating the group for  women suffering post partum depression. "One in five women are affected  by post partum depression (PPD),"  Struthers explained. "It's not the 'baby  blues', which 80 per cent of women  experience on the third or fourth day  after giving birth. PPD can occur immediately, or even months after the birth  or adoption.  "Many women don't know they're  depressed. They tend to think it's their  fault, or that there's something physically wrong wiih them," Struthers continued, "but there are dozens of different causes for the condition which can  have many symptoms."  Some things to watch for: tearfulness, anxiety, feelings of guilt, shame,  isolation, fatigue, numbness and sadness, confusion, irritability, nightmares,  sense of loss of self, feelings of inability to cope, insomnia or an increased  need to sleep, decreased or absent interest in sex, uncontrollable appetite or  loss of appetite, feelings of ugliness and  decreased self-worth, and a feeling that  this is ongoing.  If you are going through a difficult  lime after a recent birth, you can join  the group which is offered free of  charge at the Gibsons Public Health  Unit, Wednesday afternoons from 1 to 3  pm. If you would like more information  call either the health unit at 886-8131 or  Project Parent 885-4687.  Women's groups  Projecl Parent is planning another  series of women's support groups for  the fall. Groups will be offered for  women who are survivors of abuse,  both physical and sexual. For information on these groups call Project Parent  at 885-4687 and a counsellor will get  back to you. All services are free and  completely confidential.  Referrals are accepted from any  source, as well as from families themselves. Despite a wailing list, counsellors will respond quickly lo all calls.  Project Parent offers counselling and  support for family conflict, parent and  child issues, teen pregnancy, improving  communication skills, setting and  achieving goals, increasing self-esteem  and surviving abuse.  Anyone who wants assistance in any  of these areas is welcome to come into  the Community Services office at 5638  Inlet Avenue, Sechelt, Monday to Friday, 9 to 4. Arrangements may also be  made for a counsellor to come to your  house. For information call 885-4687 or  Communily Services 885-5881.  Coast News Classifieds  GET RESULTS!  Chiropractor  effective July 2, 1993 Dr. Sam Simpson  will relocate his practice to the lower  level of Kerns Plaza (corner of School Rd. & Hwy 101)  Hours will be: M,W,F 9:00-5:00  TJh    11:007:00  Phone 886-3622  5746 BINNACLE, SECHELT  1576 sq. fl. 4 bdrm. bright, fresh, spacious family home w/firepbce on  quiet steel close lo village, arena, new golf course, lot 60x125'. Nicest  looking home on me block.  ���DUCBIOllSMOO  Bert and Jean Sherlock at their annual Over I  by the Sherlocks to bring people together.  sechelt scenario  I's Tea, in the Seniors Centre hall Tuesday. The popular event is paid for and promoted  Joel Johnstone photo  Sunshine Coast "New Directions"  Health Council Committee  Notice of Meeting  Time: 7:00-10:00 p.m.  Date: June 23, 1993  Place: .Sechelt Senior Citizens Hall  Purpose: Futhcr consideration of plan  to implement Minister of Health's  "New Directions" document on thc Sunshine  Coast.  Election of Steering Commitiee Members.  * Please Note: Nominations are being  sought by the Nominating Committee for  positions on a steering committee to  facilitate the "New Directions" process.  The expected life of this committee is  18 months and we estimate the time  involvement to be 25-35 hours a month.  If you wish your name to stand for election  to this volunteer committee please contact:  Linda Curtiss- Pender Harbour 883-2764  Ted Wright  -Sechelt   885-2224  Jane Sorko   -Gibsons  886-7225  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7365  Congratulations to the SPCA on their new  shelter, ll was a long lime coming and the  result of thc efforts of many dedicated volunteers. If you want a pet or can no longer care  for the pel you have call the SPCA for assistance al 886-2273. Donalions lo the SPCA  arc always needed and much appreciated.  Members of thc Suncoast Writers' Forge  are reminded lo call Mary al 885-6361 to  volunteer some time at thc slall al thc Festival of lhe Written Arls Ihis summer. If  everybody contributes a couple of hours it  will soon be set up. Check your festival  schedule and give Mary a call.  Summer art classes  A children's Summer Art School, a nonprofit program of Ihe Seven Level Art Society, will be accepting registrations soon. The  director is including several trained local  teenage assistants lo help out and offer chil-  golden lifelines  dren one-on-one encouragement and help.  For information and registration call in at the  Davis Bay Wilson Creek hall on June 27  from 2 lo 5 pm.  Canada Day  Canada Day celebration plans continue.  After Ihe morning parade, head over to  Hacked Park for Ihe afternoon where  refreshments and enlerlainmenl will be available. Al 12 noon a pipe hand and colour  party will help us salute our country and sing  O Canada. It's Canada's birthday and there  will be cake for all. The afternoon Irom I to  4 pm at Hackett Park will he filled wilh slagc  events including local musicians and a magician for Ihe children.  By Ihe end of thc afternoon, everybody  will have worked up a pretty healthy appetite  and be ready to sit and relax for a while.  Thai's the lime to head over to lhe Sechcil  Indian Band hall for what I think will be thc  highlighl of Canada Day in our communily.  The band's cultural coordinator, Valeric  Bourne, with the Sechelt Celebration Day  planner, Beverly Tanchuk, have organized a  giant indoor/outdoor communily salmon barbecue along with storytelling, music and  garncs.  Many community business members are  helping to make Ihis event a success. Clayton's Heritage Market is donating much of  the food including hot dogs, hamburgers and  salads. Pharmasave, Home Hardware and  Trail Bay Sports are each donating wonderful door prizes including a fishing rod and  reel and a deluxe cooler.  There arc 300 tickets for sale al only $4  each - one of Ihe bargains of Ihe century.  Your village councillors have tickets for  sale. They are also available at Scott's Music  and at Crystal Serendipity or call Bev  Tanchuk al 885-2330.  by Joyce Ostry  The nexl event on lhe seniors calendar is a garage sale on July 17  al 11 am. So hang on to those things you don't want any longer and  take them to thc sale. Those things you don'l wanl, others may think  are real treasures.  Last column I mentioned EMA, a short way of gelling across electric wheelchair and electric scooter which are called Electric Mobility  Aids. Choosing one of these appliances is a lol like shopping for a  new car. First, talk lo your doctor and therapist - people who are professionally trained lo help you decide whal kind nf electric  wheelchair or scooter is besl for you.  There are many makes and models available and it's a good idea  lo look around at what's mil there. Talk lo other people who use  them. Look through the brochures. Test drive a few. If you're going  for lhe Cadillac of Ihe line, will il be suitable for dirt and gravel roadways and paths? Perhaps you need a more rugged style. Remember, a  doctor or therapist in Vancouver will not know of streets and sidewalks in your home area.  Electric wheelchairs are not automatically suitable for street use.  Steep city streets, driveway, lane entrances and curb ramps al some  street comers are loo much for some (especially older) chairs. You  could have a serious spill if your electric wheelchair isn't built for  your sireel conditions or is operated unsafely.  There arc product comparison studies on electric wheelchairs  available, llie one highly recommended is by Don Dcnison, a physio  Iherapisl at G.F. Strong Rehabilitation Centre in Vancouver. Phone I ���  .176-8488 and ask aboul gelling Ihe Dcnison Report - Wheelchair and  Sctxitcr Comparison Study.  LEARANCE SALE  OF .ALL PAST SEJISON'S .STOCK!  lOOO's off Mmm- All Must Go!!  We must make room for summer stock!I  L.A. Cool 1QQ% Contort Clothijrag  l|MBt-'*��**-a  .^W~t^-      *��^^*^a^aW    %m~gr     m^J ���  This ad  worth an  Extra $5.00  Off on any  KS" CEDARS INN  Gibtons Ms aWNMINI COOT HMHWAY - LOT* Of nil MIKINOII  III  Town of Gibsons  INVITATION  TO TENDER  J 993 - SCHOOL ROAD UPGRADE  The Town of Gibsons is inviting tenders for the upgrading of School  Road from top intersection of Highway 101 and North Rood to bottom  intersection or Highway 101 ana Gower Point Rood (Five Corners).  This contract will include base preparation and installation of  approximately 1,500 meters of non-mountable [barrier type) Curb &  Gutter base preparation and repoving of approximately 7o0 meters of  aspholt along with base preparation and installation of approximately  750 meters of sidewalk. Early start-up ond completion is 0  consideration of award.  The tender documents and drawings may be picked up ot the Town of  Gibsons Municipal Hall.  latm-wanemt-mrmrm:  All information received in response to this invitation to tender,  including the tender documents become the property of the Town of  Gibsons and, after the closing date, at the sole and absolute discretion  of the Town of Gibsons, wilf be opened in public and examined by  ony member of the public.  ��� ttie low��sl nor any lender not necessarily accepted.  Q_w_nS_t_K  Sealed lenders marked "1993 School Road Upgrade" musl be  received at the Town ol Gibsons Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher,  P.O. Box 340, Gibsons, BC. VON IVO, not later the 4:00 p.m. local  time, Wedneylnv June 23. 1993.  Ll_  mi Coast News, June 21, 1993  community  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  The Welcome Beach Community Association held its  annual general meeting last  week. Annual reports were presented and the election of officers look place. Highlight of thc  evening for the 40 members present was a special presentation  lo one of the most hard working  and dedicated members, Olive  Comyn. Olive has served on the  board of directors for lhe past 25  years. Past president Bill Vor-  Icy, on behalf of all the members, presented Olive with a,  lovely clock with a plaque in  appreciation of all her accomplishments over the years.  Members also expressed Iheir  lhanks lo outgoing president Bill  Vorlcy, who for the past nine  years has held thc chairs for  president and vice-president.  Thc following were elected  to the board for thc coming season: Ken Moore, president; Pat  Webster, secretary; and treasurer  will he shared by Al Buckley an  Marion Terrillon. Also elected  as members of thc board were  Halfmoon Bay Volunteer Fire Departmenl chief Dave Richardson and Jerry Schafer keep Ihe  burgers and holdogs moving at the Integrated Use Coalition's Timber Dollars picnic on a sunny June  12. Joel Johnstone pholo  Frank Apcl, Fred Church, Franz  Erher, Barbara Orimscy, Francis  Knopasek, Joyce McMahon und  Ruth Paterson. The thanks of the  communily arc due lo these people who are willing to take on  these tasks for thc benefit of the  community.  School notes  A seminar on thc safe operation and maintenance of off-road  motorcycles (dirt bikes) will he  held on Sunday, June 27 from  10 am to 2 pm at Chaster Road  firehall. It will include riding  skills on a slow speed obstacle  course, maintenance lips and use  of protective clothing and equip-  Pctcr Schmidt and Harvey Whiting made It round the 'anything goes' loop and give it their all to finish an Egmont Day canoe race  June 12. Jod Johnstone photo  egmont news  by Maureen Parrott  Egmont Day dawned with sunny skies,  which may have frightened Egmonslers  away at firsl. "What's that blue stuff all over  the sky? Where's the rain?"  Thc biggest catch in the kids' fishing  derby was a 28 inch ling cod caught hy  three-year-old Melanie Spray (Frank and  Louise's granddaughter) which she released  despite objections from some of her family,  who wanted to eat it.  Chris Pearson and Paul Boutris caught lhe  same fish, a 20 inch ling cod which gol Ihem  bolh into second place. Suzy Bowles and  Ryder Noble won prizes for third and fourth  biggest fish. Bul the most interesting catch  was a 16 inch Michelin Radial landed by  Vincent Percy of Jervis Inlet.  A hearty thank you to Doug and Vicky  Martin of Bathgate's Store, John and Margaret Mills of thc Backeddy and the staff at  harbour gybe  Scdnmar warehouse. "Best fishes" lo Dave  and Terri Craig who made thc other 25  entrants all prize winners.  Summer fun program for  kids aged six to 12 years  begins Monday, June 28  About 20 kids participated in foot, sack  and three-legged races, a tug-o-war and  water balloon loss. Two young Onlarians,  Neai Spicer and Jeff Albright, gol free dance  tickets by winning an exciting scries of  canoe races.  At thc Egmonl smorgasbord, Vera  Grafton received a surprise award: a beautiful Indian print of a killer whale. Don  Brooks, thc artist, presented it in honour of  by Marie Bisson-Montpetlt  Thc Pender Harbour Info  Centre will be open full time  starling July 1. Hours are 9 am  to 5 pm, Sunday to Wednesday  and 9 am to 9 pm Thursday to  Saturday. The community club  is looking for donations to help  keep thc washrooms open year  round.  Chamber positions  The Chamber of Commerce  has three posilions coming up in  lhe fall. You can conlacl Tom  Parker at 883-2689 if you are  interested.  Summer swimming lessons  will be held al Katherine Lake  in August. Contact Jade at 883-  9230 or Linda at 883-9043 for  more information.  Rural route mail customers  note that just RR#1 will no  longer be acceptable on mail in  thc Harbour. All mail must be  marked with site number and  compartment number, otherwise  it will be returned to sender.  There are just too many people  now to be able to handle the  mail efficiently. Thanks for your  cooperation in this matter.  Madeira Park elementary  school news - Tuesday, June 22  is Sports Day from 12:30 to 3  pm with a staff outdoor concert  kicking off the event at 11:30  am. Wednesday, June 23 will be  Ihe grade 6 farewell assembly at  the community hall, and Thursday, June 24 is the last day of  school and dismissal will be at  11:30 am for all classes. There  will also be a Triple A Awards  Ceremony at the communily  hall at 10 am.  Pender secondary  Pender Harbour secondary  school news - Thursday, June 24  is the last day of school and dismissal will be al noon for all  classes. All outstanding fees and  lost books are due at this lime.  Awards assembly is at 7 pm.  Friday, June 25 is the Grad Banquet by invitation, and Salurday,  June 26 is Graduation Ceremonies at 3 pm in the PHSS  gym. Congratulations and the  besl of luck in having a dry  grad.  Girl guides  Girl Guides on Monday, June  14 was an historical evening for  the guides. It was the first year  end banquet for Ihe newly  formed Kwascham District  (Kwascham is Salish for Mount  Daniel and means golden mountain.) Six brownies flew up to  guides - Amanda Amaral, Jennifer Cymbalist, Doni Thompson and Aleta Cummings  received their all around cord,  the last of the cords to ever be  awarded.  Andrea Joss is working  towards receiving her Canada  Cord in the fall. Congratulations  and thank you to all the leaders  for a job well done  Congratulations to Ashley  Fiebling who on May 29 placed  second in the Canadian Motorcycle Association amateur race  in Mission.  Sunburn  Health note - ihere is 20 per  cent less ozone in the atmosphere this year, so make sure  you are wearing plenty of sunscreen this summer to help prevent skin cancer. Try and use a  brand that is PABA free and  stay oul of Ihe direct sun from  11 am to 3 pin if possible.  Organizations in thc Pender  Harbour area - this is an invitation from your fellow volunteer  group, Ihe Health Centre Auxiliary. Wc are sponsoring a free  workshop on Minute-Taking  given by Chrys Sample.  Bring pencil and paper to the  Health Centre Tuesday, June 29  at 7 pm. No need In register. For  further info call 883-2434.  Have a great week and he  good to yourselves and your  environment.  Also Septic  T.ink Putiipint)  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064  It pays.to  advertise in the  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!  We're more than just tires!  AUTO MAINTENANCE CHECK  70 POINTS  Plus Oil Filter* Lube  $���3*5" v  Includes: 5 litre Quaker State Oil  & OH Filter  CaU$8$momh momneM  p   Coastal Tires  _> H ��� ���..,,,.   ^   I     y,������ i,��� ,ii, ,,iv���pii IIHI I run,    i ....   ,  ment. Parents are encouraged to  attend. Call Joan Molidegei at  886-3774 for more information.  While on the subject of bikes,  the bicycle path at Trout Lake is  going along well, with the first  volunteers being Chris and Bob  Tween. Jusl over 400 feet was  cleared, but there is still a long  way to go and lots more help is  needed.  Scottish visitors  A young family from Erskine  in Scotland are presently guests  al the Forrester residence.  Robert and Valerie Jordan are  here with their son Graeme and  daughter Nicola. So far thc  weather has not been too cooperative, but at least it is an  improvement over Scotland  where il was wet and cold.  Ronnie Dunn who now lives  in Lanark has also been a hil fed  up with cold weather there, hut  is otherwise doing just fine.  Many people ask about her, and  since Ronnie receives the Coasl  News each week, she will know  that shc is thought of by thc  many friends she left behind.  L\t-|rTEk  9  m m,  Summer Choral  Singing Camp  ONE WEEK SESSIONS  _\   Ages 7-11, 12-17  ��*|*        Beginners  Welcome  For Information and  registration please call  The Westwind  School Of Music  885-2460  All Natural  Yogurt  Shakes  & Cones  VARIETY  FOODS  OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK The BIGGEST Little store In Cibsons Landing H6-'93<  Soil Newsprint  Roll Ends  zt_i   "- iff jjgj - Various sizes lor SB, $10 and $15 each  *������*���? .***�� 1)1 ��� In Saehelt at 5521 Cowrie St.  T  Mi  r  Vcra's decades of service in this community.  Geoff Craig and Marten Mees had it framed  afterward.  Thc dance in the evening was well attended and successful.  Meanwhile 79 of John and Mary West's  descendants, neighbours, and other family  and friends gathered for a day of visiting and  games at West's Resort (at the far end of  Egmont) lo celebrate John's 80th birthday.  Summer fun program for kids aged six to  12 years begins Monday, June 28 and will be  open 9 am lo 4 pm Mondays lo Fridays.  Show up al Egmonl school at 9 am lo register. Thc firsl day will begin wilh soccer  practice al 9:30 am. We can have a summer  of great games, especially if Pender Harbour  puts together a soccer team.  Baseball, T-ball, swimming and a host of  olher activities are in lhe works, along wilh  arts and crafts.  lhe Gibsons Medicai Clinic  is pleased lv announce  Dr.John *Jebi^#. PdMagatL  have joined lhe medical staff  Members & Guests Welcome  &  SECHELT  5528 Wharf Street'885-2526  Friday & Saturday, June 25& 26  JHE COURIER:  rridmy only-BBQ Steah  6-8pm,$7.00ind.G.S.T.  OHN SUNDAYS H * t / iUMCHIS MOH. * HH. 11 -a   Pool Tournomenls, Thursday; 7 pm   I Genefil Meeting  lkndty,kn..l,t:00pni  Crib  Jtmh^tm  Bingo  MJpm  Meat Draw  [wy Saturday 4 pm  ROBERTS CREEK  3064 Lowet Road* 886 9984  Friday & Saturday, June 25& 26  RUSS CLARKE  tfll    BBQSteak*M4my,6.e,m       f_Y  JM   RoastBetf* Mmtmdmy. 6-Spm   M  ^     $7J0itd.Gi.T.ty^ikq��intitmM     '  OPEN FOR LUNCH 1 1 AM  Next General Meeting  Bingo  run, 7:15  CLOUD SUNDAYS  GIBSONS  Hwy. 101 '886-2411  ��  Saturday, June 26  6-8 pm  BBQ N.Y. Steak & Prawns &_\  $8.50indG.$.T.       <f*  OM*   SUNDAYS   1 1  KITCHEN  OPEN  MON.-SAT.   11-7  Next General Meeting  Crib  Meat Draw  ImySiitvtdaylim  ik  t i  <     CLIP   'N#   SAVE 10  Coast News, June 21, 1993  education/news  Exploring living history  Gibsons Elementary School students exploring Mount Elphinstone Thursday.      Koh Paish photo  "Cool,", "challenging," "awesome," "fun"; that's  the way members of The Club, a group of students at  Gibsons elementary school, are talking about local  history- The students have been exploring trails on  Mount Elphinstone during a series of five trips since  early May and teacher Rob Paish is delighted.  "As a learning environment, it's got a lot to  offer," Paish said.  "It beats sitting in a classroom trying to imagine  what il was like in the old days. This way we can see  what's left of the equipment and look for hidden  signs of settlement."  Fred Inglis of the Gibsons Landing Heritage Society has developed a network of trails which connect  three old shake camps, active during the early years  of this century. The students and Paish have visited  all three camps and found numerous artifacts and  traces of earlier times.  "We've been to the Japanese and Chinese camps,  as well as to the Stolz Shingle Bolt Company camp,"  Paish continued. "These were in operation around  1920, for about three years, before the shake cutters  moved on to new sites.  L'sing three books of reference - History of West  Hove Sound. Sunshine and Salt Air and the George  Gibson Story, the students were able to see pictures  from the time and study a map drawn by Fred Inglia  which shows the trails and landmarks, both manmadc  and natural. As well, The Club, took a trip to the  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum to see more artifacts  and photographs.  . "The kids found an old arrow at one point, probably from a hunter and have also been on the lookout  for animal signs," Paish continued. "They've alto  spotted bear droppings and deer tracks."  Not only has the bush yielded historical and wild  life secrets, but the natural landmarks, such as Langdale and Chaster Falls have also been explored.  "These trails, which are well-marked with bright  metal tags or flags, are, a real asset. They've enabled  us to see something of our local heritage and also get  closer to the environment," Paish added. "Now we're  planning to get to the peak of Mount Elphinstone.  You never know what we nighl find up there."  For those who are interested in doing tome  exploring of their own, there is a map of the trails in  Sunshine and Salt Air. and the Gibsons Landing Heritage Society is also able to provide information  about these historical sites. Call 886-7573 with  enquiries.  ALCAN VINYL SIDING  Various Colors/Styles  $62.50 per square  (covers 100 sq. ft.)  ��� Cash & Carry Prices ���  ALCAN VINYL SOFFIT  Vented - White  $56.00 per square  (covers 100 sq. ft.)  NEW! NEW! VINYL LATTICE PANELS  (white only) 2x8 & 4x8  JIM BAIN  885-4572  UNIT #7  5522 Whart St., Sechelt  Youths cleaning Coast stymied over dump fees  by Darah Hansen  They've got a truck load of  garbage and they don't know  whal lo do with it.  That's the only problem facing the members of the Sunshine  Coasl Environmental Youth  Corps in iheir efforts lo clean up  the Coast. And the Sunshine  Coasl Regional Districl (SCRD)  is the stumbling block.  The youth corps, newly  formed this summer, consists of  two university sludenis, Niki  Tjensvold and Edward Paul, and  manager Duncan MacLennan.  Existing on funds solicited  solely from public and private  donations, the three-member  crew says its mandate is to pick  up garbage - domestic and  industrial - from land sites and  watersheds around Ihe Coasl.  As of last Wednesday,  halfway through the first real  work week since its formation,  the youth corps had easily  heaped the back end of two  pick-up trucks with a variety of  Sunshine* < k>asl  Vliiiiiia/iiH  [ 11  \  THE FULL COLOUR  RECREATION & RELAXATION GUIDE  TO THE SUNSHINE COAST  ON B.C. FERRIES  AT LOCAL NEWSSTANDS  AND AT BOTH  COAST NEWS OFFICES  domestic waste extracted from  an illegal dump site off the B  and K logging road in Roberts  Creek. And from what they've  seen elsewhere, this is just the  beginning.  But SCRD waste management coordinator Cathy Kenny  could not give the crew approval  lo dump the garbage at the  regional landfill site - at least not  all of it and not without paying  the dumping fee.  Kenny did acknowledge the  crew was providing a much  needed public service and said  she would consult with the  SCRD public utilities committee  (PUC) about working out a  mutually acceptable fee schedule. But a decision is unlikely  until the committee convenes  next month.  In the meantime, MacLennan  said the group isn't daunted in  its efforts to clean up. Strong  support by way of donations of  fuel, a vehicle and garbage bags  from   various   sources   has  IS  m  u  Its*  ���''*',_      m  enabled the three members to at  least begin their work.  By Thursday, the crew had  been contacted by an auto  wrecker welcoming any old tires  Job horizon looking ���*  brighter for students  on average $7.75 per hour this  summer.  And though no specific  statistics on student summer  employment are available for  the Sunshine Coast, Arida said  the same trend is likely      to apply.  Employment     is  Employment   down in some areas of  is down in     'he Coast. In particu-  lar, Howe Sound Pulp  some areas   and Paper mill is not  ty of student jobs 0fthe Coast nirin8 anv s"lenls  require unskilled J this year - a sharp con-  labour - landscaping,      trast to previous years  It's summertime and things  are looking up in terms of summer employment for students.  According to the Canadian  Employment Centre for students  located in  Vancouver, job  opportunities this summer for students across    the Lower Mainland  have increased by  almost 18 per cent over  last year.  Though the majori-  gardening and service  industry work, centre supervisor  Andrew Arida said a wider variety of career-oriented jobs are  available this year. This comes  courtesy of an $88 million federal government fund, Challenge '93, which allots payment  of up to 100 per cent of provincial minimum wage standards to  student wages.  Arida said students will earn  when it would create  approximately IS summer positions.  But in other areas - mainly  service and parks maintenance -  employers are having a hard  time filling the number of available positions.  Students still seeking  employment can find listings at  the Employment Centre located  in Sechelt.  ITP'S SUN SPOTS  Say yes to our sunsational prices  Suncoast y\gencics Presents  ARIZONA  BY IHE .SEA  14 Day fully escorted  cruise and tour!!!  departs from Sechelt & Gibsons  vr 44 aaam av/uwmm  Tour Includes  e 3 night cruise "Crown Princess"  ��� All meals aboard ship  ��� Disneyland tickets  e Universal Studios tour  e Oak Creek Canyon  e Grand Canyon  eLas Vegas  ��� Reno  Your Escape Artists  $1499  Inside Double/Twn  p.p plus port tax $61  $1999  Inside Single  Outside odd $100 p.p  BOOK TODAY!  8S6-0255  mm^L_W   ���  Sunshine Const  Environmental  K.*  Youth Corps  member  H^t,  Edward Paul  i  picks up litter  while group  manager  [ JT\ ***���  Duncan  MacLennan  i,  looks on.  "af  Darah Hansen  Hm, i)  fi  photo  fa  ���VaSaL.'"  and scrap metals they come  across.  All  the rest of the  garbage will have to wait until a  proper, and affordable, site can  be found.  giBSonsnous  i  ���   ���  An understaffed Gibsons  police detachment has town  council dashing off letters of  concern lo senior government.  The situation is not serious,  but reflects a declining level of  recruitment into the RCMP that  leaves provincial detachments  short of a full complement of  officers.  In Gibsons a full house  would be 11 officers; this summer the detachment is functioning with eight and two new  recruits who are unable to perform full officer's duties.  "I'm not sure that I'm all  that comfortable with that," said  Mayor Eric Small at a council  meeiing last week, suggesting  the need for policing rises in the  summer with the increase in  outdoor activities and beach  parties. "I'd rather take preventative action than wait and have  something happen," he added.  Council supported Small's  suggestion to write MP Ray  Skelly, MLA Gordon Wilson,  the attorney general and superintendent for RCMP about the  understaffing situation.  The Gibsons detachment had  a full complement of 10 qualified officers and one recruit last  summer and the town hasn't  had an increase in police  strength since 1986.  Outreach  The Gibsons Outreach Society, which runs the teen centre  at Brothers Park, has asked for  permission to develop an  unused portion of the forest for  a system of trails and a race  course for cyclists. According  to chair Emily Gareau, funding  will be provided through Canada Employment and the work  can be completed at no cost to  the town.  The piece of land in question  would allow creation of a circuit route along Park Road to  St. Mary's church on the comer  of Highway 101, run across the  edge of Brothers Park boundary  near Gibsons Building Supplies, back up to the baseball  fields and across to the teen  centre. Outreach has asked for  approval to use the land for a  minimum of five years.  Council has referred the  request to staff for a report.  mmmmmm Coast News, June 21, 1993  11  leisure  West Side rehearsals enter final stages, cast pumped to perform  by BUI Font  Final rehearsals are now in  progress for the Sunshine Coast  Music Society production of  West Side Story.  Those who are familiar with  the musical will know how versatile the cast must be with  important singing, acting and  dancing tasks for all. It is hard  to point out the stars of a show  where the ensemble of the Jets  and Sharks gang members are so  much the feature of the production and the young people  preparing their gang roles for  this production will certainly be  stars. However, there are the  principal characters in West  Side Story around whom the  gangs revolve and who have  very demanding solo roles.  The story is primarily of the  star-crossed lovers, Tony and  Maria and the social fates which  doom them. Maria in this production is young Powell River  resident, Judith Millar. In addition to the task of rehearsing her  role, Millar has been completing  her secondary school graduation  and commuting often twice  weekly from Powell River.  Originally selected for her  strong vocal skills, she is proving to be a versatile actor and  dancer as well. The Powell  River Academy of Music with  The cast of West Side Story, (Clockwise from back row left)  Andrew Arnold, David Dystka, Kristos Grames, Dawn Watts and  Judith Millar. Lionel Trudel photo  Don James has been Millar's  training ground and she has  played in productions of Powell  River's Far Off Broadway Theatre Company.  Tony in this production is  music society stalwart David  Dykstra who played Gilbert in  last summer's Anne of Green  Gables and Frederic in the earli  er Pirates of Penzance. His fine  tenor voice is already known to  local patrons and for this production Dykstra has been training his acting skills for the challenging role with exciting  results. A Lower Mainland  native, Dykstra studied music at  King's College in Edmonton  and is now a Sunshine Coast  carpenter.  A third interesting role is  Maria's friend Anita, who is  also the girlfriend of Sharks  leader, Bernardo. As Anita,  Dawn Watts has challenging  singing, acting and dancing  scenes. Watts' talents were seen  last year in Anne of Green  Gables in the role of Josie Pye  and she also sings regularly with  the Soundwaves Chorus. Music  has always been part of her life  as she grew up with a chorus  coach mother and sang with  Luther College Choir in  Saskatchewan. Watts' creativity  is not limited to music, as she is  currently training as an art therapist.  The two gang leaders have  featured scenes as well. Jets  leader Riff is Andrew Arnold,  who is a newcomer to the Coast,  but not a newcomer to music.  Trained as a boy soprano with  St. Mary's church in Vancouver,  Arnold moved on to play trum-  Spinning tales at Rockwood storytelling festival  Skeletons in the basement; pirates on the  high seas; pixies at the bottom of the garden;  or Auntie Sue's eccentric dressing habits -  all these have the makings of a wonderful  story. A story that might just be told at  Rockwood Centre's second annual Story-  Telling Festival.  Festival '93 brings story tellers from the  far reaches of the continent to the Coast for  three days of magic to capture the family's  imagination. This year's event takes place  October 1 to 3 at various venues on Rockwood Centre's grounds.  Festival '93 will focus primarily on the  family, although some of the presentations  will be for the 'big people' and slightly avant  garde. Story telling in the 90's knows no  bounds. Festival producer Bronwen Sutherland had a sudden thought recently that she  may be neglecting to see the 'teller next  door' in her search for fresh new tellers.  "Calling people from Alberta, Vancouver  Island and Washington State, I suddenly  realized that there is a tremendous amount of  talent on the Coast and we need these people," Sutherland said.  Performer application forms for the festi -  val are available at Rockwood Centre in  Sechelt and organizers invite all story tellers  to participate.  Unmasking Quay artistic motivations  by Jane Seyd  From the wall of the Quay  Works Gallery, the face of  Tsonaqua, wild woman of the  woods, stares .out from behind  strands of long black hair, her  eyes shaded, her mouth open  red. The cedar carving by  Bradley Hunt is one of both  strength and ominous uncertainty on the part of the viewer.  Nearby, in a clay mask by  Gail Woodhouse, the bones of a  sleeping woman's face are highlighted beneath closed eyes,  emerging from a waving bed of  hair.  At the mask exhibit now on  display at the gallery, over half  a dozen local artists use different media and techniques to  comment on the face - both  human and otherwise - and  show what lies beneath it.  The work ranges from that  with industrial overtones - faces  with cogs substituted for eyes,  or surveyors' tape tied into a  wire nest of hair - to organic  shapes like those which seem to  bubble up from a ghostly underwater world in David Mont-  petit's blue/green glasswork or  Gail Wood-  house and  masks that  form part of  the show  currently on  display at  Quayworks  Gallery in  lower  Gibsons.  Joel Johnstone  pholo  Katie Janyk's "bird spirit" of     much more of a personal idenli-  fcithcrs and bone.  One thing the masks do have  in common, though, is emotional impact.  In portraying thc face, "it's  ty with the subject and material," says Woodhouse, one of the  artists and a director of the  gallery. And while "the tradition  of mask-making is concealing  the face and being allowed to be  who you want through that,"  says Woodhouse, "I use it more  as a revealing process. The  ���ask becomes what you've  revealed instead of what you're  concealing."  While people sometimes see  particular resemblances in her  masks, Woodhouse says she -  like many mask-makers - rarely  uses actual models.  There's a basic structure to  everybody's face, she says,  though that is often strengthened  to give the mask added definition and drama.  In her own masks, the faces  are often shown in sleep, she  says, because they are connected  to powers of inspiration, which  come at the time between waking and sleeping.  Most cultures have a history  of mask-making, says Wood-  house, whether it's a tradition of  adorning and concealing - such  as in the Mardi Gras and some  European countries - or a very  sacred and structured art - as in  nativelndian masks. "The word  mask 'means' so many different  things," she says.  pet at Vancouver College and  with the famous Vancouver  Beefeater Band. A special challenge faces Arnold, as a foot  injury caused him to rehearse  much of his role on crutches.  Bernardo is the Sharks leader  and Anita's lover. Kristos  Grames claims this role, having  become known through the  music society's Soundwaves  Chorus. Kristos has theatre  experience from his Hillside  secondary school days in West  Vancouver. The Grames family  musical fame is continued with  Kristos singing with the group  People Playing Music.  Ten shows are scheduled at  the Raven's Cry Theatre, July 1  to 4 and 6 to 11. Previous society productions have sold out,  so tickets should be ordered  soon. They are available now at  Sayward Books, Gibsons;  Talewind Books, Sechelt; and  Reflections Hair Salon; Madeira  Park.  For ft���* in Ikhiw: eshiiKitc call John at 885-0588  SURREY DRAPERY CENTRE  Member of  ALLIED...  The Careful Movers  LOCAL  Call the Moving  Specialists  For all local moving, or for help with  moving awkward heavy items, pianos, etc.  LEN WRITS TMHSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local ft Long Distance Moving  nw iQi. umb    "VERSES B86-26M  ���, 3    Nature's Walk  AlRKENSTOCK L  j        EitftrKe^&wl^fwJe*.  /a        *      ' MSlmffMt -_     ^  M$l*ee*mt\\  Coast Cobbler  885-6393  sl.asa-al   I *.:>(>  I :.Mlpi  Variety name of game for summer fun  West Howe Sound Recreation has unveiled its summer  programs and coordinator  Lynne Cohen says leaders are  excited about this summer's  offerings: "Our energetic and  qualified play leaders are now  preparing for another summer of  thrills and adventures in the  parks."  Children will experience  adventures through art, sports,  games, nature play, music and  drama. The children will be  working with many non-traditional supplies like plastic pipe,  wood, wire and tools to create  play and learning props and  structures to change their surroundings.  This year's program is made  up of four afternoon playsites  each with a specific theme and a  series of specialized morning  camps.  Afternoon playsites - loca-  tions and times:  Maple Park 1 to 4 pm, Monday to Friday, ages six and  older. This undeveloped park  will set the stage for science,  nature and building activities.  The children will be involved in  trail blazing, weather forecasting, gardening and building a  clubhouse.  Dougal Park I to 4 pm, Monday to Friday, ages six and  under.  This playsile will cater lo Ihe  needs of younger children, filled  with games, sports, art and  building activities for little people. Children four years and  younger must be accompanied  by an adult (13 years or older).  Chaster Park 1:30 lo 4:40  pm, Monday to Friday, all ages.  The children at this site will participate in waler play, games,  sports and art activities with two  play leaders here every weekday  afternoon.  This park is also home to  Chaster House and will serve as  the rainy day site when severe  weather conditions interfere  with our outdoor play programs.  Moulh of Roberts Creek I to  4 pm, Monday to Friday, ages  six and older.  This playsile will be transformed into an adventure play  area where the children will  build and create play structures.  Hiking, water play, sports, art  and games will also be featured  at this site.  As usual, a series of morning  camps will also be offered. Pick  up a copy of the brochure for  full listings.  ���PI IE If    ���    Bridge or brid* to b��  Have we visited YQU yet?  We have Gift* to welcome you.  CALL U5I  Helen Milburn      IS6-S676  Non Manjon        *t*-**76  Ruth Bulpil  Rosemarie Cook  1*3-3*47  ���13-3*21  S*mUj_\_��*_m  wwM Mw to lirttotaW Hwtr NIW OWNERS  tssi wet e/touUistu t*/  S���u & $��^T>w*yH* <ti fa l*d ^ AfmXil.  Since living on the Sunshine Coast a few years ago, the  Coulters dreamed of settling back here one day, so when the  opportunity arose to purchase a small business they were very  happy to move their family back to Cibsons to begin settling in as  permanent members of the community.  Being on the operating end of the restaurant business, has been  a learning experience and we apologize for any inconvenience to  our recent customers.  Our goal is to provide fast, efficient, friendly service and good  food at a reasonable cost. In order to maintain our goal we  welcome any comments or suggestions from all of our customers,  friends & neighbours.  We would also like to thank our patrons for their patience and  support. 12  Coast News, June 21, 1993  As the Gibsons Minor Ball  Association is now in tournament season this is the last  report for regular games and  standings.  Midget:  June 8 - Home Hardware  defeated Howe Sound Pharmacy  8 to 7 to clinch first place.  Strong pitching by John Mowbray and Kevan Penonzek  allowed Home Hardware to  come from behind. Rod Hickman also pitched a strong game  for Howe Sound Pharmacy.  FinaJ Standings:  Home Hardware 9-4-3  Howe Sound Pharmacy    8-6-2  Toma Construction        4-11-1  Peewee:  Patras 12-9-3  Devlins i 1-8-3  Gibsons Legion 12-6-6  Gibsons IGA 12-6-6  Sunnycrest 12-6-6  Firefighters 12-4-8  Pharmasave 12-2-10  Well the season has wrapped  up the league title going lo  Kerns on the last day. Tideline  were a close second. All the  t;ams improved immensely and  hopefully we'll continue on like  this from now on.  SuperValu's Darren Price hit  two powerful homeruns this  year. The rest of the team played  well during their games.  Investors Group's Ross  Peterson improved his pitching  and hitting tremendously. Alana  Carwithen and Ryley O'Byme  fielded the ball well and made  good plays.  Andy's had Callum McBride  and Michael Chalmers lead the  way with fine all around play.  Kerns had Nathan Bland and  Neai Emerson pitching extremely well followed by good pitching from Sam Preston and  Antony Hoechstetter.  Pebbles were lead by Cody  MacLeod, Sean Poulsen on the  mound and good hitting by Carl  Poulsen.  High Point had good all  around performances by Steven  Anderson and Isaac Ling. Jackson Wright and Chris Hazeldine  played very well for Quality  Farms. For Tideline. Chris  Dempster, Josh Pollack and  Bock Mclnnes showed good  form, while the rest of Ihe team  hit very well.  GBS had good performances  by Cheyne Mackie and Jessie  Randall and comic relief by  Garrett Norris. Omega had good  play from Scon Williamson and  Colin Pope.  Final Standings:  Investors Group     18-9-0-9-18  Andys 18-7-0-11-14  Kerns 16-14-0-2-28  Pebbles 18-10-0-8-20  High Point Ex.    18-12-0-6-24  SuperValu 17-6-2-9-12  Quality Farms        16-5-2-9-12  Omega 17-4-1-12-9  Tideline 18-13-1-4-27  GBS 184-0-14-8  Tadpoles:  June 7: Renco 25 vs Ernie  OIHiI    HOME HARDWARE  'LltS     WILDING CENTRE  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing  & Toy Centre  10% OFF FOR ALL SENIORS  Madeira Park Cenlre  OtWeTfttVUfi.  jflARUUL  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Products  883*2253  HARBOUR  BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps & Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  MADEIRA  MARINA  B83-i  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Wiicome  1 /a MaajE North or garden bat no.  HWY. lOI  883-9541  883-2888  Pender Harbour"! 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Crowe  Bavrteter ��� Solicitor  Noury Public  Pender Harbour Ifgal Serrkes  12874 Haaacara PM, Rd��� MaJdn Park  1383-9875  Sprockids race to  wet, muddy finish  by Doug Detwiller  Weather threatened to put a  damper on the first annual Elementary School Mountain Bike  Sprockids Rockets Championship Race that was held at  Gibsons elementary Tuesday,  June 15. The trials were wet and  muddy, yet over 125 riders from  grades 4 to 7 blasted their way  around the course. Roberts  Creek and Gibsons elementary  dominated the events and not  only by their large number of  riders, but also by their display  of skill and energy.  After some extremely exciting races, every rider received a  prize and some of the riders  tm_M_tmttmm _mtm��S  ponosrgon  were lucky enough to come  away with some incredible  prizes donated by our local  sponsors (Mountain High Cycle  and Trail Bay Sports), as well  as those donated by companies  from the bicycling industry.  Micky So, from the Bicycle  Association of BC presented the  top riders with medals and riding jerseys.  The event was a fantastic  conclusion to the first year of  the program Sprockids. Next  year will be even better. All the  students who participated in the  program should be very proud  of the spirit and enthusiasm that  they brought lo the program.  The runner at second ��� and regular play for the season - are both  out for these Tadpoles as of last Wednesday. Tournament play  rapped up this past weekend. Joel Johnstone pholo  and Gwen's. This was the best  game played so far. Jerrett  Headburg hit a home run and  Jas Halloran also starred. June  9: Renco 21 vs Gibsons Family  Sports 20.  Good defensive play by Jesse  Dill  and   good   hitting  by  Sybrand Cambon Kamermans.  That's it for the Gibsons  Minor Ball regular season. Next  week watch for tournament  standings and award winning  players.  First round of the Senior Ladies Championship leading after first  round: Jacquie Hooper at 99; Moni Langham at 101; Verna Belland  at 104; and Shirley Dumma at 105.  Ladies Day June 10: Results of the Seniors Ladies Championship  36 hole event. Low gross, Moni Langham; runnerup, Jacquie Hooper.  Low net, Jacquie Hooper; second low net, June Reeder, third low net,  Joan Willcock. Winners of the Skins Game Sylvia Thirlwell, 2; Moni  Langham, Joan Willcock, Helen Crabb; nine-holers, Shirley Grout, 3;  and Lii Abbott, 1. KP's #3 - Verna Belland; #6 - Moni Langham.  Longest drive #5, LaVerne Richardson and #7, Moni Langham.  Senior Mens Day June 8: 42 golfers played first low gross and  second. Balance low net: 1st low gross, George Langham; 2nd low  gross, Bill Dean; 1st low net at 64, Dave Strachan; 2nd low net at 65,  Jim Buntain; 3rd low nel at 66, Roy LaFave; 4th low net at 67, Bob  Dyck; 5th low net at 68, Dutch Haddon, Murrell Smith, Bobo  Sanagsky, and Al Wendland. KP #3, Bill Wood and KP #6, John  Willcock.  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  Community  Centres Meet  This Week  "WHAT part should adults have  in teen-agers programs?"  "How do you finance a com*  I 'unity centre program in' a  small community?" "Where do  you find leaders for recreation  programs?" These are some of  the questions that will be occupying the attention of men and  women from all over British  Columbia when they gather for  the community centres confer/  tnce to be held at the University of B. C, June 24���27.       j \  Under the able guidance of  Miss Elizabeth V. Thomas, assistance professor in group  work, Department, ol Social  Work at the university, Mr.  Ernest Lee, provincial director  of physical education and recreation and a host of other  leaders who have wide experience in their fields. Conference  ^members will work steadily for  ?��'.> four-day period on the problems they find most difficult in  community centre organization  and operation.  Planned by the interim provincial community centres committee which wu elected at the  January Community Centre institute attended by more than  110 people from all over the  province, in co-operation with  the University Departments of  Extension and Social Work, the  program is designed to provide  ample opportunity for dUcus-  sion in small groups, so that  members may present their own  particular troubles for examination by experienced leaders  and fellow-members.  During the conference, members will consider a draft constitution for a B.C. Community  Centres association. Adoption  of the constitution will be followed by the organization of  the association, which as far as  is known would be the first of  its kind in Canada.  Registration for the conference is still open. Applicants  ���t'nould write to the Department  of Extension, University of B.C.,  ,'jr.i ouver. Arrangements may  bt made for accommodation for  r at-of.town members in thc  dormitories   at   the   university  bers of the interim pro-  ���mmunity centres comas follows: Mr. Gor.  Vanrcuvpr   (con-  Serving  a  Prnirr-Mi  Winn  Covfa-i   St-cheli.   clitiruinii     1-it.n.lir..*,  Port   Mtllon.  Wnr.Ufil.n-.   BqUftmlath  lrvlni-n  Undlnii.  Half  M-.-n  U��>  Hardy   lilnnd,  I-endr-r  lUrbnur  WilMin   Cn-ek.   ICiiHTtn.    Cret-k  limruhani*.   I-andlnu.   Eftm-mi.  tlripkln'n    Ijindlnc.      Hr��< k.nd sle  Chei-kcy*,  >tc  Wtit ��oast JJjems  Vol. 1 ��� No. 41  HALFMOON BAV, B. C.        Friday, June 21, 1946     Sc Per Copy. $2.50 Per Year, by Mail  mp.  Las\ School Party  HtKtjttTaVUwon*  * By Jean Loch  (JIBSON.S .Landing���On Friday,  '.June 14 the last school part  of the It-rms was held in Mr.  Smith's rflbm at Howe Sound  United High .School. A good  crowd of boys and girls turned  out and danced to the music of  the record player and Wally  Graham. Refreshroents, consisting of hot do a* cookies and  coffee, were ierved at ten-  thirty. Aroonsphe entertainment  a sptjt-ligtif dance was held,  the prizes being packages of  gum. A good time was had by  all.  PLAN NEW PARK  FOR ELPHINSTONE  KOBERTS CREEK���Plans for a  new public park at Elphinstone are under way, the site  chosen has already been cleared  and bas a 400-foot frontage on  the beach. The Parks board  consists of Mr. Brewis, Mr. Funnell, Mr. Merrick, Mr. Orr, Mr.  Hare.  PENDER HARBOUR  COUPLE CELEBRATE  50th ANNIVERSARY  PENDER HARBOR ��� Mr and  Mrs.. Ole Lee, old time residents of Irvines Landing, Pen.  der Harbor, recently celebrated  their 50th wedding anniversary.  Many friends and relatives called during the afternoon. Tea  was served and a three-tier ice  cream cake topped by 50 candles cut.  The living room was a mass  of flowers, golden rose buds,  paper white gladiolai, peonies,  stocks and sweet peas sent by  some of their children unable  to be present.  Mr. Lee is not as well as we  would tike to see him, but trust  he will soon be his own con.  genial self agar    Congratula-  Transportation  Service Is on  NEEDS OUTLINED  Drive Seeks Clothing  IIBSONSUndl���g-0��� a recent    \Jt     All     .L/C SCNptlOnS  Mondav eiaht scheduled boat *���*  GIBSONS Landing���On a recent  Monday eight scheduled boat  calls and seven bus arrivals and  departures carried passengers  and freight through this port.  The eight ship calls were made  up of four ferry trips, three  passenger-and-freight trips, and  one freight trip.  "bn�� does not have to be a  pioneer to recall a far cry from  this service. It has not been  many years since all but the  summer months saw three boats  a week, Monday being one of  the days omitted, no ferry, no  bus, and not sufficient freight to  warrant a supplementary trip.  If it is true, that increased  population hai> necessitated this  added service, it cannot on the  si'ter hand be denied that the  increased travelling facilities,  some of them pioneer efforts to  this district, have encouraged  an influx of residents.  Some day these people may  look back upon todays service  and regard it as rudimentary as  we now contend the service of  r decade ago to have been. Let  such possibilities come as they  may, the fact remains that oeer  the same roads that residents  such a short time ago walked  to meet the Tuesday, Thursday,  or Saturday boat there are now  as many as seven bus trips connecting with as many boats to  give tbe Sechelt Peninsula a  transportation service it cannot  well disdain.  Robtrts Cr#*l(  ROBERTS CREEK ��� The citizens tt Canada are again be.  ing - ������ help ht* distressed  Europe and- Asia  The   need   is  '  Rober*  A Hand Rises  Out of the  Moat!  By MARGARET ALLAN  ANOTHER manifestation on the  Mason road. A hand rises out  of the moat, holding a placard  with the inscription: Give us  six a day, and your roads will  stay. I wonder what that means  ���it might mean wages. The  government, I believe, is trying to get mw machinery, but  in the mean time their is only  half a dozen men on the road  from here to Gibsons. The  ditches need cleaning. If they  made the work more attractive,  they could get help now. Wc  don't want to fall into the system of the depression years.  Friend husband thought he had  a right to a stint on the road at  that time (for axes) but after  working three days, he was lit.  erally chased home. Reason, he  was only idle in the capitalilt  class then. He had to buy a  rain test suit, got stuck and was  not much in pocket. It would  be nice if tbe men got uniforms  too. I don't mean the kind with  the stripes, ones like the battle-  dress of the soldiers. Snug uniforms put oomph into a job.  Instead of people getting after  the men on the road, they could  tell us to go heme and get the  old man's supper There is no  reason why.road work shot rl  not be lifted out of !*������*>  am sure some "  men would '*���  were sure  HOW CAN I help the second  National Clothing Collection  which the Dominion Government is sponsoring and which  is being organized by the Canadian Allied Relief, under the  national chairmanship of W. M.  Birks of Montreal, in co-operation with local committees?  Many people have been asking themselves this question and  in order to facilitate the w.��rk  of the volunteer collectors the  following is a partial list of the  Ihings that are badly needed  by the millions of pepole in  Europe whose homes were des.  troyed and belongings lootf*  by the enemy during World  War II.  Suits, overcoats, uniforms,  work clothes for men and boys.  Infant clothes of all types.  Coats, dresses, aprons and  smocks for girls and women.  Shoes in pain, tied securely  with string.  Caps, felt hats, knitted head-  Wear, gloves, woollen socks, underclothing, piece goods, blankets, sheets and linens, draper-  les and remnants.  All washable garment? and  goods should be washed, but  they need riot be ironed. Other  garments need not be dry-cleaned. Clothes without buttons  are acceptable as supplies of  buttons are now moving into  lands where the clothing will  be worn.  Items that cannot be baled  should not be given. These in-  elude straw hats, feather beds,  pillows and mattresses.  The   aim   of  the   National  Clothing Collection, states Wil-  '���am M. Birkj*. national chair-  '"��� "   'lift of at least one  Life is a tricky equation  The "trick" is to find the constant  The Coast News has been a constant on the Sunshine Coast for over 46 years. Over those years we've  watched the world change around us while we've remained steady as a rock, providing a safe, reliable  institution for your advertising dollar.  The first issue of the Coast News rolled off the presses on July 11, 1945, providing in-depth coverage for the  Coast's little more than 500 residents. Today, we're still covering the Coast for its 25,000-plus residents,  faithfully marking the passage of every week in history.  Life is too variable to predict what the next 50 years will hold, but with your support the constant will be the  COAST^NEWS  I  i  -    *���=���*-'-..    L��n  it-i-i- i    m_,_^^_i_M_i__m_m_m_mal_wm Coast News, June 21, 1993  13  I^SSSBSEM  P,,c�� effective MoX5'?'6'0'^  Sunrins,   i. _ n���V. June 21 tn  ssV-fERITflGE MARKET  "ours : s����<**y ioXm������  t,  Friday 9.Q   c  .      ,'"    Th��rs 9-7  y 3 s- Saturday 9-6  /rail Bay Mall Se7:  Meat 885 9819. ni,  ..J0'--' Bakery 885-9823  QUALITY BRANDS YOU CAN TRUST  William Tall  Apple Juice  H  Canal's bloody caosar ot  .78  Caesar Cocktail  On-Ill*  Pope  2S5g.  Nanlon reg. or lemon Hi  Minem Water  750 ml ,4'.   Nacho Grand*  Tortilla Chips  400 g   T*tl*y citrus, p*ach or  Lemon Ice Tea  ��0g   Sunshln* Kid's  Fruit Snacks  4x15 g   -  Silvan  as*  Water  Sun-Hyp* unsw**t*n*d grap*trult or  Orange Juice  1 L Z   Brownb*rry  Caesar Croutons  170 g   Stalnleld'spolsklesor  Baby Dills  u   Unlco  Sunflower Oil  JL   Christie's barbecue crlspars or  Wheat Thins  225 g-300 g   Dar* r*g. or salt reduced  Breton Crackers  225 g   Burton's rich taa  Biscuits  300 g   298  -  ]98  .98  1"  l18  *|98  H*llU  Tomato Paste  349 ml.,   ... *:  Delmonte  Pineapple  395 ml   Irish Spring  Bar Soaps  3x90 g ���.   Sunlight automatic  Dish Detergent  1.6 kg "...  Sunlight  Laundry Detergent  Gtod  Garbage Bags  atO'S   Purina  Cat Chow  6kg   Jackson's of Plcadllly  Special Teas  125gcan   Dolt  Pineapple Juice  6x170 ml..  228  188  ]38  368  218  Purina  Alley Cat  1 kg   O.N.E.dry  Dog Food  1.6 kg   Mainstay dry  Dog Food  20kg��   Zlptoc r*g. or targe  Storage Bags  34s, 24s:  Plastic wrap refill roll  HandiWrap  33 m  ���98  f.Ob  .88  |78  388  588  1498  J38  388  IO98  |58  l18  DAIRY  FROZEN FOODS  Meddo-Belle  Cheddar Cheese  random cuts   Safflo soft  Margarine  907 g   Bart  Mozzarella  464 g   Dairyland  Creamo  500 ml   Kraft cheese �� cracker  Handi-Snacks  3x32 g   20*c*  288  2*��  .98  6lue Water  Cod in Tempura  380 g   Shrimp or Scallops  142 g   Tropical Sun orange, trait or  Grape Punch  341 ml   Carnation  Hash Browns  1.5 kg   Gainsborough deep dish  Pie Shells  340 g   288  288  .78  ]38  ]98  MEAT  Canada Grade A beef  Sirloin Tip  Steak  6.59/kg  991b  GrodeABeef  %uhd  Bon***  lb,  l|.00/��tv.  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This page is the Coast News special gift to the graduating seniors of Elphinstone Secondary School, a way for these  students to express themselves in any way they choose to a Coast Wide Audience.  Your contribution to the newspaper of record on the Sunshine Coast is much appreciated. May you all grow as healthily  in the next two decades as you have during the past two. A non-alcoholic Grad Toast to you all!  fee.'sjonci Gr'aduatto'r-s  tyWofrre,  btoncKtOQ *ft7>a-l-a #v& P���frl -,  +o cu/ve orr <_v,Y\on<y+reG��  Etle^t-'tt-lirat-. in rv\e . ,  ���te, T^LWett Worn rtWF  ON-  C\  +po *rar (Ofon  SUfeddirscaall  irrvi boj_K bes\Ae.  Th��t r-ouah +il+ of tk�� hillfcu^ifcuy,  rv>vJ nriiXBdsSS'SlrOjn        '  neiar-l-k-hop-.ci.il ofo.fi....  5o eaQer.-rV iOiSocT  li-t&be*rt>r>i!L-  Love. <^--��>-*% <3-l  i  OjLSJLft VY\\ IV<  A  mtA / rn</ uj,*r)  |1- . 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X'H  rvsi*j,S ��vs45��-s  One qC Vo<->, &X,c�� sn-^^ejyvabe^- ^,     '  srv*.,i��4   fc,-i ^Ke   p^*--��T2 befcasjse i+'i  -..1? "&*".      i _.          jfV.'Va* g��"-\-> -to       V-i bes-ltr or-c( baSv+te*-  ***-**-/_'f~0'^l *-��c��d |<jc-c c''nO'' e��*-t5p io  LOve> ^s  3v& pum^ *  (BMaBr*MHapMaJJ*flr}Hl Coast News, June 21, 1993  Daks; Auto  Clink  Congratulations to the  class of '93.  886-3437  For Okie  Times Sake  We're proud of youi  886-8261  Super Value  Good luck from all of us  at Super Value.  Sunnycrest Mall  Sunshine  Coast Credit  Union  Wishing you all a bright  and prosperous future.  886-8181  MSJLMus  Best of luck in your future  endeavours.  886-3487  C.I.B.C  We wish you every  success from the staff at  C.I.B.C.  886-8111  R.F.Cnim  law Office  Congratulations,  grads of'93.  886-8807  Sunnycrest  Best wishes to the class  of '93 from  Sunnycrest Photo.  886-4945  Coastal  Tires  All the best to the grads  of'93.  886-8700  Gibsons  Building  Supplies  Wishing you the best for  your future from all of us  atG.B.S.  886-8141  Unnadines  Shoes  Congratulations from  Linda & Nadine.  886-8684  .Landing  Home  Hardware  Congratulations!  886-8448  Royal  Canadian  Legion Br. 109  All the best to the  class of'93.  886-8411  Ernie &  Owen's  Drive-In  Best wishes to the  class of'93.  886-7818  Bank of  Montreal  Congratulations!  886-8816  Christines  Gifts  Special wishes to the  class of '93.  886-3577  Gibsons  Pharmattve  Congratulations from all  of us at Pharmasave.  886-7813  Video Etc*  Good luck to  each of you.  886-8318  Remax Top  SO Realty  Remax wishes you all  success.  886-8670  Variety  Foods/Nature  Works  We wish you a healthy*  happy future.  886-8936/885-0773  CONGRATULATIONS!!  tlZ3.il  HtPB^^all  kj_m��211 *���*!I a/tpjS   tasF ��� BsMM  . jmpj!   Chico's  Casual Wear  The world is yours.  886-3080  Congratulations, grads,  from the girls at  Reitmans  886-4777  The  Coast News  Congratulations  grads of'93.  886-8688  Daniels  The best of luck and  may you all be  "Top Performers"  886-7118  Jesse Agnew, Tammy Baba, Kelly Ball, Raul "House" Bezaire, Trevor Berry, Brandon Biggin, Jason John Bingley, Adam Bothwell, Christy Bracewell,  Kristin Braun, Jennifer Brown, Cheryl Lynn Bullock, Jonathan Richard Cargo, Jody David Carlson, Matthew Chalmers, Angela Collins,  Justin Decker, Virginia Detwiller, Christy Eldred, Lisa Michelle Elliott, Amanda Enterkin, Sara Farquharson, Janine Margaret Ferreira, Phil Finlayson,  Simon Alexander Forst, Angelique Gareau, Shauna Gold, Corey Goodison, Cinda Graham, Marilyn Grand, Bonnie Green,  Amy Corrine Greenberg, Margaret Hacking, Allan (Al) Harding, Jesse Harding, Johanna Henderson, Kris Hepburn, Rod Hickman, Krista Hill,  Melanie Kathleen Hill, Michael Home, Christine Humphries, Shawn Hunt, Robert James Derek Knowles, Ryan Kooyman, Michael Patrick  Kowalewski, Dean Lussier, Zoe Mackenzie, Vaninder K. Mangat, Rob Manulak, Tara Mcdonald, Jake McGillivray, Janiell McHeffey, Myshkaa  McKeen, Michael Lee Mclellan, Amber Menunzio, Meranda Meyer, Dana Miller, Allegra Mills, Robert Milstead, Seru Molidegei, Amanda Kathleen  Morem, Tracy Mundell, Chris Murawsky, Wade D. Neuwirth, Kim Parker, Kimberly Jean Phillips, Stacey Price, Kara Marie Quarry,  Matthew Thomas Lomin Rands, Patricia Raymer, Aaron Reid, Tracy L Rennie, Kelly Robertson, Amy Robinson, Carrie Robinson, Tanya Rosetto,  Matthew James Rowan, Tammy Rumba, Francesca Ryan, Zoe Louise Sanborn, Josh Schuks, Aaron George Ronald Service, Carolynn Stevenson,  Robert Andrew Stewart, Adrienne Stickley, Jeremiah Scott Thomas, Josh Towsley, Gus Vourtsis, Shelley Rae Wagner, Danielle Warren,  Luke Weatherill, Helena Wikland, Heidi Wruck, Laura Caroline Yates, Jennifer Davidson, Amber Kerpan, Leonard Joel Kirkham, Robin Lenhardt,  Dean Nelson, Stephanie Partanen, Sean Regnier, Paul Rieoe  Checkers  Town Foods  Wishing you success  and happiness.  886-0107  .Bernadettes  Galleries  Wishing you success.  886-8498  Henry's  Bakery  Best wishes to the class  of '93 from everyone at  Henty"s.  886-7441  Photoworks  Best wishes for the future  885-4447  Show Piece  Gallery  Best wishes for your  future.  886-9813  Budget  Video  Park Plaza  Best of Luck to all of youi  886-8688  Sunshine  Grocers &  Gas tar  Good luck and good  times ahead.  886-8413  DE DUTCH  PANNEKOEK  HOUSE*  Congratulations, grads.  'Carpe Diem'  Sieze the day!  886-9090  Soprovich  &Co.  Certified General Accountants  May your endeavours be  fruitful & challenging/May  you always look forward  to the future.  886-6666  Pronto's  Fine Dining  Restaurants  We wish you a bright  future.  886-8138  .Soundings  .Magazine  To thine own self be true,  and it follows as the night  the day, thou can be false  to no man.  886-8688  Gtasford  Design  Live on the creative edge.  886-8755 16  Coast News, June 21, 1993  / jPm^* he Grade 12 class of Chatelech Secondary  Km*S   School, 1993, would like to express our sincere  thank-you to the following supporters:  Our parents, our teachers, our coaches,  our counsellors, our bus drivers,  our special teaching assistants  The businesses of Sechelt  The Sechelt Council  The Sechelt Indian Band  Scholarship & bursary patrons  School district #46  The Seniors Centre  Jostens  The MLA for the Sunshine Coast/Powell River  The MP for McKenzie Riding  ...and the community.  This page is the Coast News special gift to the fjraduatinK seniors of Chatelech Secondary School, a way  for these students to express themselves in any way they choose to a Coast wide Audience. Your  contribution to the newspaper of record on the Sunshine Coast is much appreciated. May you all grow as  healthily in the next two decades as you have during the past two. A non-alcoholic Grad Toast to you all!  - ������>-'-���'   ������������'  _^______________mm____^__w_  _mmmmmm Clayton's  Heritage  Market  Congratulations Grads  from all of us at Clayton's  Heritage Market.  885-8C85  Big Macs  Delicatessen  & Bakery  Best of luck to all of you.  885-9414  Pharmasave  Congratulations from the  staff at Sechelt  Pharmasave.  885-9833  SecheK  Indian Band  Congratulations and best  wishes in your future  endeavomfs.  Pacifka  Pharmacy  Congratulations Grads  from all of us at Pacifica  885-9614  Books  & Stuff  Good Luck,  Grads of'93  885-8685  R.Stephanson  Agency Ltd.  Good luck in the future.  885-9681  Stepping  Stones  Lots of luck in the future.  - Lyn & Sandy  885-8988  Ann-lynn  flowers  Congratulations and  have fun.  885-9455  Dream Shop  Congratulations and  best wishes.  -Phylis  885-1965  Extras  Imports  As you are about to  embark on your voyage  of discovery...  - Good luck from Extras  885-6460  tele  Feetures  Congratulations  grads of '93.  Put your best foot  forward.  885-4843  Sound  Advice  Think ultimately.  885-7781  NRS Sechelt  Realty  Congratulations Grads  883-8835  District of  Secheh  Congratulations  885-1986  Sechelt  Fireplace and  Gas Centre  Best Wishes  885-7171  .Seaside  Video  The future is yours.  885-8900  Supershape  Good luck in your fljture  endeavours/  885-881  8  Bobbies  Family Shoe  Store  Congratulations  885-9838  GOOD LUCK CHADS!  From your community, families, and friends.  Nikki Marie Garland, Melissa Ruth Gerring, Garett Gratton, Rick Basha, Ed Bell, Michael Bessler, Michelle Despins,  Ryan Dixon, Scott Doyle, Eva Gregory, Alexis Gruner, Jordan Meredith Guignard, Matthew Couzens,  Sheilagh May Cuthbertson, Joe Denham, Kerrie Anne Jardine, Roger Joe, Gladys Joe, Dustin Koch, Joel Kwasney,  Kelly Milroy, Colleen Moir, Cody Munson, Steven Myhill-Jones, Tom Rjul, Dawn Shanks, Mark Siljander, Aletha Smith,  Claire Smith, Ann Marie Solli, John Tripp, Christina Wilson, Dianna Woods, Micheal Yip, Adrienne Harper,  Brenda Hedden, Darren Hemstreet, Sara Cannon, Kristy Chapman, Jackson Cheung, Keith Frocklage, Sarah Gallagher,  Kelsey Holl, Murray Howes, ,-\dam Irish, Erin Duncan, Lyrae Emerson, Jeff Fiskjrida Lee, Aaron A. MacDonald,  Colin Macleod, Maughan Marian, Andrea Mary McLeod, Maria Mealia-Budd, Roberto Pisanu, Dion Procknow,  Yvonne Grace Regnerrus, Tracy Rennie, Tim Richardson, Sanna Saastamoinen, Dean Stockwell, Ben Stretch, Alan Tang,  Bob Vasarins, Kevin Wayment, Fayanne Weatherill, Laura Margaret Rowen Zealand.  Robbie's  .Barbershop  Create your future;  good luck!  -Robbie  885-5171  Photoworks  Best wishes for the future  885-4447  Coast  Cobbler  All the best to the grads  of'93  885-6393  Royal  Canadian  Legion tr. 140  Congratulations to the  1993 Grads  885-8586  Upstairs/  .Downstairs  Congratulations and best  wishes for the future  885-3414  Casey's  Country  Gardens  Best wishes, class of'93.  885-3606  Sussex  Realty  Congratulations 1993  Chatelech Grads  885-6018  Marlee  Fashions  The world is yours,  go for it.  885-8916  Atlas Office  Solutions  May all your dreams  come true.  885-4489  Nova  Jewellery  Congratulations  Class of'93  885-8481  Blue Wave  Taxi  Congratulations - here's  to your bright future  885-8887  Blackberries  & Workwear  World  Best wishes for the future  1985-5858  Hartley's  Autobody  Good luck to all of you  885-9877  Sunshine  Cab Co*  Congratulations from the  Sunshine Cab Co.  885-6666  South Coast  Ford  Congratulations from  everyone at  South Coast Ford  - good luck  885-3881  Secheh Shell  Best wishes  to the class of'93.  885-8188  Glassford  Design  Live on the creative edge.  886-8755 Coast News, June 21, 1993  Pender Harbour Alcohol and  Drug-Free Grad  w  We the 1993 graduating class of Pender  Harbour Secondary School promise to  keep our after grad drug and alcohol free as  this should be a night to remember for both us  and the community. We would like to set a  precedent for graduating classes of the future.  As a class we have agreed to stay drug and  alcohol free for the whole day of Saturday,  June 26 and for the following day of Sunday,  June 27 till the time of 12 noon.  This page is the Coast News special gift to the graduating seniors of Render Harbour Secondary School, a way for these  students to express themselves in anyway they choose to a Coast Wide Audience.  Your contribution to the newspaper of record on the Sunshine Coast is much appreciated. May you all grow as healthily in the  next two decades as you have during the past two. A non-alcoholic Grad Toast to you all!  the 1993 graduating class of Pender  Harbour Secondary have decided to  celebrate our graduation with an alcohol and  drug-free night. This alcohol and drug-free  party is an alternative to the traditional'  drinking parties that have often followed  Pender graduation ceremonies. This will be  Pender Harbour Secondary's first alcohol and  drug-free graduation. The ceremonies  commence Saturday June 26th in the Pender  Harbour Secondary School gymnasium.  The Pender Harbour Graduates of 1993 would especially like to show their gratitude to the  following contributors who so graciously helped our Dry Grad fundraising:  Garden Bay Fire Hall  Madeira Park Fire Hall  PHSS Counter-Attack Team  Taffy's  Marina Pharmacy Ud.  Pender Harbour Realty Ltd.  Reflections Hair Studio  Oak Tree Market Ltd.  Pender Harbour Transportation Ltd.  Harbour Spiel  Sunsport  Frances' Hamburgers  Margaret Spring  M  ii  e��aMeme��Mnmt  ___  tm__t__t__%_m_um__m_  _____________________\  mm_m_mm_m_mm Coast News, June 21, 1993  Harbour  Diesel  Co. Ltd.  Hwy. 101, Madeira Park  883-8616  Mountainview  Service  Kleindale Rd.,  Pender Harbour  883-9387  Pender  Harbour  Realty &  Staff  883-9585  John Henry's  .Marina  From Cliff, Maiy-Alice,  Kayla, Phytis and staff,  Vicki, Tanya, Christina,  Viv, & Fay.  883-8853  ���Marina  Pharmacy  Best wishes from  everyone at  Marina Pharmacy.  883-8888  Miss Sunny's  Hair  .Boutique  Congratulations.  883-8715  Harbour  Insurance  from  John & Heather Forward.  883-8794  Ken Mar  Draperies  from Mary & Sue.  883-8874  .Back Eddy  Pub  Egmont Marina  All the best to the grads.  883-8898  Roy Hansen  Trucking.*  Contracting  lid.  883-9888  Pender  Harbour  Hotel  From Roy & Paula.  883-9013  Oak Itee  Market  883-8411  Sunshine  Coast Credit  Union  Pender Harbour  883-9531  CONGRATULATIONS'!  Wind and  the Water  Congratulations - Treasure  your uniqueness.  883-9111  Anton's  Motorshop  Madeira Park  All the best.  883-9541  Lowes  Resort  Best wishes to everyone!  . Special wishes to:  JeffWilbec& David  O'Coffee.  883-8456  Piiata Pantry  Congratulations to the  class of '93  883-8543  Rosendal  Faims  Good luck to all our  grads.  883-9110  Rob^ Video  Good luck.  883-8988  Francis's  Hamburger  Take-Out  Congratulations & best  wishes from Francis,  wllla, Elphie & Leah.  .983-9655  Beaver  Island  Grocery  All the best from Lori,  Eric, Alysa & Rylan.  883-8108  Neai James Mavin  Sarah Kristina Beadle  Andrew William Curtiss  Jolaine Michiko Percival  Grant Stephen Nelsen  Kim Roberta Struthers  Colin Richard Fenn  Addrienne Nicole Hunsche  David Michael O'Coffey  Venessa Lee Fielding  Jeffrey Clifford Wilbee  Klisala Rose Harrison  (not present)  Chad .Leonard Leroy Gibson  Cassidy Dawn Kammerle  Michael Franz Robert  Mutschler  Andrea Dianne Wright  Joseph Dennis Rozon  Stephen Roy Williamson  Torn*  Sherry's  Place  Congratulations.  883-9418  Jolly Roger  Inn  Good luck (bra  bright future  885-7184  I.GJL  Foodliner  Best wishes to the  class of'93.  883-9100  .Aquatic Fitness  Centra  Way to go grads!  .583-9618  Pender  Harbour  Golf Course  All the best.  883-9541  Pender  Harbour  Restaurant  883-8413  Reflections  Hair Studio  Wishing you a  beautiful future.  883-8545  Harbour  Publishing  883-8730  tLC. Building  Supplies  Best wishes.  883-9551  Sunsport  Outfitters  Congratulations.  883-8763  .Antiques &  Stuff  Good luck to each  of you  883-9113  W.6.  Sutherland  Sales & Service  Congratulations!  883-1119  ���Jones &  Whiteley  Banisters & Solicitors  883-9585/885-4151  Tom  Toolery Ltd.  883-9114  Taffy's Family  Clothing  Madeira Park  883-9114 Coast News, June 21, 1993  I.R. INDUSTRIES,  We service:  ��� Care e Boats ��� 4x4s ���  ��� Light it Heavy Trucks ���  Full Mechanical * Electrical Services  ALL WORK GUARANTEED       886-0151 (24 hn)  Mobile service ��� Engine Rebuilds IAN REM)  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  k    The Coast News    j  (f D/B CRANE RENTALS LTD. ^\  24 Hour Crane Service  Hydraulic Truck Crane  Phone (daytime) 884-5266  ^ After 5:00 pm 865-6261   J)  r_  HH tONtTKUCTION  New aHomoSf Renovonons# Additions.  .  Free Estimate*  WDL)  ff^__\     POM FRET  Selective Land Clearing ��� Design Consulting  Wi   IRVINI'SCONSflUCnONLTD.  ^^ Custom homos ��� Small commercial  Renovations ��� Forming ��� Framing ��� Finishing  Irv Hiltkbraitit 885-3774  HiltD  (  ^  AUl  ro UPHOLSTI  ERV  ���Ca  K.  Mis ��� Door Panola ��� Haadllnar  mot* ��� Vinyl Topi ��� Convtrtab  Olsen 885-70  R.R, 1 TLC, C-185 Sechelt B.C. VON .1AC  �����  tos-  72  J  CLEANING SERVICES  SECHELT RADIATORS-  Complete Cooling System Sennet Centre  \ i i'i 'Mi' t fT-t i i  it i i i-r-i  Wfc Rtyaii & .-U-|iU <��� Rails, Heater Com, & tlai Tanks  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  . Used & Rebuilt ��� Hck up & Dchvriv      sJ^aja-tj,!-,'  4319 S.C. Hwy.  Across from Sunsliine * *M  I Mon.   Sat.  885-7986  kalQtire  If we sell It... we guarantee Ul  ������������'������������'��� ������������'������������'��� -^je ���__-.:������':���:���::_,i^ .m^_.____i_.--_*_-*:*������_* :���;������������;.  ��� ffiwn now. o scran ��� ���  mm.  Skookum Janitorial Services  WINDOWS * CARPUS ��� GUTURS  CONSIRUOIONCIIAN UP  100     SAUSFACIlONGUARANlfW  885-7506  CONCRETE SERVICES  f Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell Ihem  you found them in  The Coast News    a  Q.M.S. Excavating  Reasonable & Negotiable  Rates  Gunner ChrtitlanMn  886-8463 S9C7HR1  . Glbioni, BC VON 1V0  A   Kl 111 K HOIK AT SI K\l< I  [XaUvallnR         ���BarWIIIng       ���DralHD*?  ���DemoMlDIi  1 aiHlsaaipas         ��� Low Imparl & Select Und  ���Relalnlnft  CnnslruclMli                 0*arlng  Walls  mhoi'h     "��� 886-8538  BOX 1221,  .. scnviu      csji 220-8767  (jlftSONS B.C J  Industrial      AUTOMOTIVE        Mairins?  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Cibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Mon.-Fri. 6-6 Sail B-6. Sun. lOA  D & P CONCRETE  LACING & FINISHING  Residenlial and Commercial  ACI Certified  Turenne       Paul Desaulels  886-0S40 885-5492  %    / D  ~y   Denis Tu  Fastrac backhoe k  TRUCKING .SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ���EXCAVATIONS ���_,.,_  .���.  ���WATERLINES CAT418  ����  ��� clearing       STEVE JONES   886-8269  SUNTEK  DEC-K-ING      PERMA RAIL  Specializing in vinyl decking,  aluminum, cedar & glass railings  886-8123  1 -800-565-4366  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  c Mtnni. rnwTRflr.Tnan  All typee ol concrrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate finishing.  c  Q  TRIGON CONSTRUCTION  ��� RENOVATIONS UNLIMITED  ��� COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTI/VL  JOE BRADY 884-9287  Seaway Construction  Excavating ��� 416 Caterpillar* Backhoe  New Home Construction. Garages  Additions ��� Septic Systems, etc.  HEATING  (385-0621  f  ASHWARD CONTRACTING  Residential Construction to Lock-Up  . FOUNDATION ��� FRAMING ���  e PLAN DESIGN e DRAFTING  HOWARD ASHMORE ��� 885-6443  A Complete  Asphalt Service  FREE ESTIMATES  SUN-COAST PAVING LTD.  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  Telephone  885-2726  Und Clearing 885-3469  "     ; . 886-8053  ���Sniinp KeWiwvol , *^      -.  Srt* Owwopfnent BlTahG  free eslimales  ^R��P  EXCA  DENNIS MULLIGAN  Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  24 Hr. S Emergency Service  IA   Bus:886-8572 Home:885-7085 Fax:884-5392  siciiki.t fireplace  & cas centre  ��� Ci*. ��� Wand ��� Coohsloves * Ivio Clrjranct  ��� All Vrnttnq Systems ��� Complrlc S.ifc*. K Insl-ilMlio  ��� Qu.tltltrri Dv.ilvt ��� Crrtitit'd Technicians ���  SI|(MlhV)f)V\'    ll    MillKX'SI  ,t, ii \\ hint h,i ss;> /l/l  Commercial/Residential  Fully Guaranteed  Re-Roof & Repair  Specialists  886-0920  FORM RENTALS  2FT-4FT-6FT-8FT  Quick Strip Forms  PENINSULA FORM RENTALS  ^ Phone .985-0308     Fax 885-2774  Furnaces, Fireplaces, Hot Water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  Call NOW 116-7111  Showroom: <;3Poune Rd. Gibsons        j  ROOFING  Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial & residential rooling  ESTIMATES 886*2087 eves ou������5  A e. T ENTERPRISES: Conetruotlon Se>r��leex  Serving The Coett Since 19*5  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  I T. W0N0, IPX TW, aiuont, I.C. VOW 1V0  Ready-Mix Ltd.  - OtopaMch ���   ��� Accounte ���,,���     FAX     ���,  885-9666    11_ ______    |1    885-2226   J  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box 172, 5417 Burnel Rd., Sechell, B.C.V0N }A0  DING AND GRADING ��� BRIDGES ��� EXCAVATIN'  FAEUNG ��� flUEEDOZING ��� 1  ^STK EXCAVATING W  & ROAD BUILDING  ��� Land Clearing ��� Driveways  ��� Drainage ��� landscaping  ��� Retoining WaKi  ��� Sand -Gravels  ' Seplk Systems ��� Be.  _/<ife_        "Quality &  Trucking  Punctuality'  886-9020        Bob Gurney   Excavating  PROPANE INC.  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  Wi 885-2360  ���*"     Hwy 101, across Si  Irom Big Mac's. Sechell  i the Sunshine Coasti  OB OEBIQN A CONSTRUCTION  Quality Building S Custom MHIwork  HBBtdential - Commercial  OHAIMiaRIIN   TEL:8a&-4BS7RoDert.BC'-��--ik  PAGERt 19799--11A (TOLL FREE]  DESIGN  r  r7^=t  GRAEM^ONSTRUCnON  General Confrpdbn   FOUNDATIONS ��� FRAMING  RENOVATIONS ��� ADDITIONS  FINISHING �� VINYl/WOOD SONG  t2YMa*lExperlaMK*  ���THTUUMI tnwiSFsts-oMe)  t>  EMERALD DESIGNS  RESID6NT1AI DESIGN *. CONTRACTTNG  COMMERCIAL INTERIOR DESIGN  ���  886-3969  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  I-vzi/viuth Exciting  ��� Land Clearing S Development  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  Wa otter a lull Una ot  Servicea with our  HITACHI EXCAVATOR  Our Customer Service is  prompt with professional  work at competitive rates  .  Ken Blrkln ��� 885-7487 ��� Call. 671-6411  Vtnlilalion ond Furnace Cleaning Fire Boxes  An Du, Is  885-7670      Ri'sidenlial & Commeri icil  Cell. 880 7655 RickDoLong,  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  DRYWALL SERVICE  BOARDING, TAPING, TEXTURING  No Job Too Small  FREE ESTIMATES CALL MIKE 886-0040  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News    j  MJJ. Vinyl Siding  I s  3  Soflits, rASiA, Shutters  CEDAR SIDING  I'red < :<iskcr FO Box 1)96  |   (Iran ll.-s.aijr> SsCrhrll, B.C  i^Phonc 885 6l)65      VUNiAoy  r Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  The Coast News    a  >^  Free Estimates  8867571  Thomas Electrical Contracting  ��m. Electrician .       m^_____:__   ���*m <**}. _'*  nil. 17933    Jay Thomas Gibso��, von ivo  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial,  industrial  JOE McCANN Reg. 10131  c��� m iioi  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Lend Cleerlng <t Development  Cam Mackenzie  CONTOUR  5    DESIGN  ==��� Quality Supply (Installation   Ln*  -      Ceramic Tile, Carpel & Blinds  VSHO>WOOt*651HVVY. 101.GIBSONS' BC 'PH<F*>X:866-3191 .  Rqmw Interior Docoratlng  Complete Interior Design  Free Estimates on  Pamnng iWa��f^mng  i ���   -rnti_iiiiJi   ���i-m__m_m_m_m_t_it_tl__t_m Coast News, June 21, 1993  21  Helping the world  write now  CODE  Sell-iulliclency through literacy  In Ihe developing world  Please send me more information about  CODE literacy programs  Name   Address   Phone   Mail to: CODE, 321 Chapel Street.  Ottawa, ON KIN 7Z2  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  Leswe your am at home with ib. '  M/AnlmelCai*  MatJlClawltisjamdFarwuaJliis)  Moor Hent end Yen! Melmenum  aVejOaWBooa Check or litt-ln Sea-rice  CALLSHMON 885-2228  Cu*t��* Hew - UWd.  lnl**lHPl'fl*f*>  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Brenchee Coeet To Coeel  On Thursday, June 24 at  1:30 pm, Ihere will be a Snooker Exhibition ni the Sechelt  Seniors Centre.  Two-time BC Snooker  Champ Len Homcnchuk will  be staging an exhibition with  Bill Baycrofl from Roberts  Creek.  This is to promote use of  the snooker table for seniors  and to encourage participation.  All seniors arc welcome, no  admission charge.  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  If  ���D*du  HOME IMPROVEMENTS    &**, m"  VINYL 8. CEDAR SIDING     tk.gmJL.pMt  883-S931    atvs. SaS-3613  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS i BATHROOMS'  886-9411  Cellular  250-3370  PRECISE PAINTING & PIASTER  ��� Complete Custom Painting  ��� Texture  ��� All Phases of llr> wall  ��� |ourncyman Workmanship  Neale Free  886-0928 Estimates  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News    a  jr-&fr^yk For the-Smarting touch  ig | Eric's Drywall  give us a call  The Reiwissance Renovator  ,��..     ���minor repairs  ��� maintenance  "��� imaginative renovations  1-Tyears in residential construction  QUALITY WORK  ERIC JAMES ��� 885-6096  freeeirimalM ,  INSULATION  ^ Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News   j  LANDSCAPING  FREE ESTIMATES N  P FREE ESTIMATES  LANDSCAPING    LTft  885-5954 p"*gggjgag.  Whistler's Landscaping  Fencing ��� Turf ��� Drainage  Retaining Walls (Rock)  Residenlial and Commercial  Free EsUmatee: Pet 885-2870  MARINE SERVICES  Ship Shape Props  BOAT PMPEUER REPAIRS18ERVICE  "SUP SHAPE SERVICE"  Cemlt Solly, Proprietor R.R. 1, Meeon Roed  PH:ll5-527��(Bue.) SecheH, B.C.  lie-M10(Ree.) VON SAO  ��� Mnts?l "a Campsites  . Maiine R���|>,iiis  ��� Suit Wattoi licences _  . IcejTacMe 883*2266^/  Bu  Hiccaneer  .Marina fi Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove 885-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS ��� SALES - SEHVICE -REPAIRS  K S C Thermoglass &  Cobra Boats now  In-Stock  WSv  YAMAHA OUTBOARDS  Cottrell's  Marine  is the Exeluiive  Dealefehlp lor the  Sunshine Coast  Exceptional quality  at an exceptionally  low price.  Yamaha's new  Stem Drive  COTTRELLS r| no**.-*..  MAIIirll      SFRVICF    I   J  886-3005 .\il.  MECHANICAL SERVICES  H_  ENTERPRISES  MOBILE WELDING AND FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS   STEEL ��� STAINLESS' ALUMINUM   ICHVINQ THE FOREST, MARINE AND COMSTflUC HON INDUSTHtES  . - Oft THE SUNSHINE COAST  HOWARD LANG flOaC-lOOl asuun  /  J215REEDRD   GIBSONS ODD*0��jj 889-0431^/  r Thank Vou >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found Ihem in  .    The Coast News    >  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  VAUIYOIOVl POOLS MMI  ��� NEW POOLS   .UNERREPIACEMENT  ��� All ACCESSORIES &P001 REBUILDING  ��� Fill UNE OF SPAS SPECIALISTS  Call Bill 885-6477  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  tet-pw-���    '  731 North Rd., Oibeone 886-2��ia  S & G TREE SERVICE  T-eHf-P**  I  Topping ��� Trimming 'Pruning ��� Brueh Chipper  Danger Tree Removil  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Yeare Enpertence  885-3897  ^ Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  v    The Coast News    j  Enjoying the open air of the SPCA's new facility up Henry Road, this dignified, reserved cat and  several of his roommates are hoping for better living accommodations. If you care to have a  companion to care for call the SPCA at their new number: 886-CARE.  nnwnwerwnen  5 YEARS AGO  Former BC premier Dave  Barrett was joined at head table  at'Saturday's NDP fundraiser by  former MLA Don Lockstead,  MP Ray Skelly and CCF  founder, JS Woodsworth's  daughter, Grace Maclnnis. MP  Ray Skelly led off the remarks  and asserted that al the present  time in Ottawa, thc NDP caucus  is Ihe strongest of thc three parlies.  10 YEARS AGO  "A residenlial hotel wilh medical services when needed," is  how newly-appointed administrator Howard Webster describes  Ihe Shorncliffe Intermediate Care  Centre over which he will preside. Webster told the Coast  News that he is particularly  Impressed with Jjic plans for the  new facility.  All elected representatives on  Ihe Sunshine Coasl gol together  lo discuss Ihe future of economic  development in light of provincial government cutbacks.  A late ferry sailing has been  reinstituled for the summer  months with Ihe last ferry leaving Horseshoe Bay at 11:15 pm.  15 YEARS AGO  A request received by Ihe  regional board to allow a neighbourhood pub licence for Ihe  Hopkins Landing Store was  referred to Ihe area planning  committee for Area F al the recommendation of representative  Jim Metzler.  25 YEARS AGO  Work is going on al Iwo  places adding construction to the  village of Gibsons area. Village  employees are preparing thc  ground for a restroom in the  lower village and making preparations for a medical clinic next  lo the Famham farm.  40 YEARS AGO  The Johnston boys, 17-ycar-  old identical twins from Sechelt  arc apprenticing in Kingston,  Ontario at Ihe School of Signals  under Ihe Soldier Apprentice  Plan. Roger and Ronald are Ihe  sons of Mr. A. Johnston, Police  Magistrate al Sechelt and are  expected home for Iheir annual  leave within the monlh.  For Sale - Soames Point, a  real bargain, three lots for $.W -  Totem Realty.  OSES s*e��*B "^eX  WED TIME HT. FT. >VHUR8TIME HT. FT  MON TIME HT. FT.  TUES TIME HT.FT.  0120  21 0550  MO 1310  2040  10.9  13.2  1.2  15.3  FRI TIME HT. FT.  0450  25 0955  FR   1600  2300  8.2  11.6  5.3  15.6  0205 10.4  22   0645 13.0  TU   1350 1.6  2115 15.4  SAT TIME HT. FT.  0550 7.1  26 1120 11.1  SA 1650 7.1  2340 15.6  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson    Z\_T_^!TZZLil. et*  Pacific Standard Tlma --^i*-"**"-*****  Tide Tables Courtesy nf  and7mtn.torMchn.o(Ml  channel m.r:\ i;n  Tuesday, June 22,1993  7:00pm  Arts Update For July  Join Chuck and his guest for a look at the aits happenings in July  7:30pm  Creative Cooking  "Light Dinner for Two"  8:00pm  Gibsons Ambassador Fashion Show  Contestants for Gibsons Ambassador display a selection of locally available  fashions.  Wednesday, June 23,1993  7:00pm  Parliamentary Talkback  Harold Fletcher has been invited to host Ihis edition. M.P. Ray Skelly and  M.L.A. Gordon Wilson are the invited guests.  8:00pm  Creative Cooking  "Kids Can Make This Dinner"  8:30pm  Taking a Step Towards Community Health Care #2  Representatives from all over the coast gather at Ihe Sechell Indian Band Hall  to discuss a draft proposal aimed at setting up controls for the new health care  system.  Thursday June 24,1993  7:00pm  Arts Update For July  Join Chuck and his guest for a look al Ihe arts happenings in July  7:30pm  Creative Cooking  "Olde Time Favourites"  8:00pm  SL Aldan Close  Members of thc Anglican congregation want lo develop a parcel of land in  Robens Creek for seniors co-operative housing. This programme looks at some  of (he highlights of thai project.  8:30pm  Return from Somalia  Dr. Eric Paelkau discusses his recent irip lo Somalia with Leader reporter  Nancy Moote  I  ipon.sorc'il l��> SOI  IDKD  i  i  CLIP & SAVE  JO bc ferries Schedule  VANCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  Leave Langdale Leave Horseshoe Bay  EARLS COVE * SALTERY BAY  6:20 am 4:30 pm  8:30 6:30  10:30 8:20 M  12:25 pmM 10:10'  7:30 am  9:30 M  11:30  1:15pm  3:30  Leave Earte Cove  6:40 am      4:30 pm  Leave Sadery Bay  MASQfEWS  i  i 22  Coast News, June 21, 1993  Take Advantage of our Netu Classified Ad Special  Run your- classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!  69    mS.  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  West Sechelt 1/2 acre lot near  Khod. Lol 12 Norwesl Bay Rd,  .)ood park, tMtti pooible *��aT*>*JwJe.  IJMttBliagjM    i25cn  Ex-nlne style cuslom view home,  2,600 ��� aq It, 3 levels, 2 bdrms,  pk�� mMar auito, 2 kitchans. 2-1/2  beta, vaulted ceilings. 2k6 wans,  cadraf edtrior / decks. &s*-arrtonal  yaid, much mote, finest nagl*out-  lwd.49��0PaWO(aYra Dr.. Garden  Bay. 8834887 eves, ss  Prtvale 13+ teres, exceptional  taction. Haitout, lake md island  views, roads thnughout near Garden Bey Lake. Subdivision poten-  W, borders crown tnd parkland,  S250,00a 663-2087. 88  CEMTMLT8AWWASSEN  1022-53 A Si, 2 lev. lenov. home,  laige lot, 3 bdrms. up. ssp. 3 bdm.  accom. down. Rental income  $1850/mo. by owner, 1319,000.  9434989. ��6cn  Lol I Mosinlainview Drive, partial  view lol, level tnd cleared in a  quiet cul-de-sac with ill underground seivices. Private panhandle access. Ready lo build your  dream home. $79,000. Call 886-  3812 or 328-5534. SS  WATERFRONT, TSAW. BEACH  Sunsets, ocean breeze tnd Ihe  ca) ol blue herons in the morning.  Lyndel home, 1400 sq. It IreehokJ.  60x112' lot. By owner, $699,000.  12501  ROBERTS CREEK  4.5 acres ol beautiful freed secluded property with seasonal creek.  Asking $119,000. Call Crtlg or  Heather. 686-2352. ��7w  LOWER GIBSONS  2600 sq. It. 4 bdrm. cuslom built,  older home on 2 levels. Two lots,  magnificent view, $289,000,  duplex roned. 866-3281.    I27w  ,rvRsS NATIONAL  ' ^ *���-*      i > i \ i  i ^ i \ 11  ^ i i ��� \ 11 i  NRS <  MO  GIBSONS REALTY LTD.  RTGAGE UPDATE  jucwti  6 mo  1 yr j 2 yr.  3yr  4yr  5yr.  1��l  7.7S  7.25   7.625  1.25  e.75  e.ts  2nd  aUB  7.75 |l.125  1.75  ej5  9.45  Major Baa-* Prime Rale e.0%  FOf a Casaa*ltaPlMlaaa.nMffy ItMrtiet  ���valuation at "yettar proparty*  Call  Jerry Rldgewell  Your Resident Realtor  886-2277  / Love To Sell Renl Estnte  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcrments 7  Apptancaas IB  Barter 4 Trade It  Bed and Breakfast M  Blithe a  Business and Home  SaMVICaflS m\m\  Business Opportunities 3S  Campart 28  CtiMCaie 37  Commercial lor Rent 32  Entertainment 33  For Rant 31  For Sale 11  Found 11  Free 13  Furniture 20  Gaiage Sales 17  Equipment SI  _ XtXTXTXajK".  Memoitem   ' 4  Legal 41  Lost 10  Obituaries W  Personal  Pete & Livestock  Recreation  Storage  Thank You  3  3  18  3  33  3  TwLatetoCtweHy   40  Mobil* Homes  Motorcycles  13  Travel  Trucks  Wanted  Wanted to Rent  Weddings'.  Engagements  WorkWanted  14  34  IS  3  33  DROP OFF YOUR  Coast News  Monday Edition  Friendly  People Places  JNfc IS i IK) I'M THURSDAY  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  B*J STORE 885-8555  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK CaENERAL STORE 885 MOO  m     In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Docksldc Pharmacy)  886-2622  Dare <}fr and his great staff will help you place  yaw etaeslfieds al AC Bulkllng Supplies, one ot  our Friendly People Races In Pender Harbour.  FOR SALE BY BUILDER  Cape Cod style, entry level living  anraa, fireplace, 3 bdn-n.. 21/2 balh,  nice quiet neighbouihood. Qoeeto  all wnentties. Reedy lor occupancy  Sept 1/93. Asking $179,900. Call  Craig or Heather 666-2358. I27w  Parksville, Vancouver Island,  beautilul country salting on 5.4  acres, 1500 sq. It, 3 bdrm. rancher. Part bsmt., gas FP, 2 cat  garage. Duck pond, total southern  slope exposure. Asking S2B5,00O.  Ph. 1-468-9561. KB*  gimiitttj  iE  MORTGAGE  LOANS  lets (rem 5.75%  znds Irom t.29%  ��� Purchases  ��� Quick Aporovrt  ��� Qually by phone  Colors Iree ransultston  240-9672  Ray Quan  24 hrs/7 days a Week  PASSPORT MORTGAGE  $$$$$$$$$$  Lot wanted, suitable lor building.  Sechelt to Hallmoon Bay area.  Reasonably priced. Cash buyer.  685-4557. ��26w  LOT FOR SALE LANGDALE  Lot 16 Jensen Road, $66,800.  Lovely new subdivision minutes  Irom lerry, all hookups al property  line. Build your dream home on 65'  by 151' lol. Must sell, call IvMnda  Bogdanich 430-8655 C.T. Really  or (home) 421-2520 collect. *27w  3,300 sq It plus double garage,  2x6 constr. 3 yrs old, 5 bdrms, 3  balhs, 3 l/p's, partial view. Gibsons. $279,000.685-7749. ��26w  Four bdrm home plus 1 bdrm suite,  West Sechelt, excellent Investment, $145,008.885-5764.     SS  LAST LOT LEFT  Prestigious Oceenmouni, 1/2 acre,  backs on golf course. Asking  $105,000. Call Craig or Heather.  686-2352. I25w  Costa Rica plantation/ranch al  Cabo Blanco National Reserve  deeded one hectare view lot,  amidst tropical jungle, orchards  and pastures with horse stables  and rung to the while sand beaches. Security oriented. Owner 883-  2450. ��6w  3 bdrm, 2 level house, Madeira  Perk. 30x15 wnkshop. 85x240 lot.  $97,000.874-2213 ��?7cn  By owner ��� 1-1/2 yi new, 3 BR  rancher Some ocean _ mm. view.  $179,900. Wally 686-3882: 8:30  pm- MOcn  View lot on Merlin Rd., Glbaons.  Sewer t waler. 50x132. 866-8201  or 8864233. I27cn  New view horne, 8327 PtaadWy W.  Sechelt. 3,400 sq It. Beeutttiily linished up la down. Too many features 10 list. $296,000.885-2556.  ��7cn  752H��vy t01,50Da268lot3bdrrr,.  older house, $185,000.886-9049  FalNs: (nee Michaud) Gordon wd  Am Mule lie proud lo mourn  the arrival ol their beauWU daughter Lauren Jean at 3:58 pm May  30,1993, weighing 9 pounds, 3  ounces. Proud grandparents are  Valdine and Andre Michaud and  Jennifer and Ernest Falls ol Gib-  sons. Special tanks lo Dr. Petzold  aiajrvursing stall. t25cn  AftDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOOUE  5S8��Cos��neSt..Bo��12H  Sechell. BC.. VON 3A0  eeavtan fax m ine  Van. Ton Free eea)-SOie  Sunshine Coast Transition  House. A sale place tor women  and children In crisis. Free confidential 24 hour service. 116-2944  TFN  FORST POTTERY  Open 11-4, Wed.-Sat., 1040  Chamberlin Rd��� Gibsons.  I25w  wilh: ,111 workshop, goody  bags. facepainilng& fun.  Call 883-6203  tobookvoursl  STARVED PUPPY  OTA'S Can FtjidHee-e  A ajx-monthold puppy was recently rescue Irom a silmtton of cruel  neglect. He was near death Irom  starvation ��� and we had a decision  to make: put him down or help him  try to live. We chose to help him.  He's a brave Htte guy, he's lighting  hard, and he's getting better, but  he has suffered a lot > Ihe cost ol  veterinarian care, even at the  reduced rate given us, will be  approx $400. Please help us help  Ihis puppy. Please send your  cheques to SPCA's newly created  CARE Fund, PO Box 2094,  Sechelt, VON JAO.        I26W  Mugs and cards lor Fathers Day  and Graduates at Marys Variety,  273 Gower Pt. Rd., Gibsons. 866-  8077. I25cn  Jenniler Holm, lormerly ol Intra  Travel, Sechelt, wishes to thank  her clients and Iriends lor their  kindness ind consideration during  rerrracertspiraalln|ajiyandtr��i*pr>  rary absence Irom lhe travel industry. I27w  Very active S/W/M titties, new to  the area, seeks energetic happy  petite lady forty to 55 for compen-  km. My interests include goll, hiking, nature, gardening and more.  Reply to Box 61, Madeira Park,  BC.VON2HO. I28cn  COUNSELLING  Working wilh anger, depression,  chronic pain. Mary Pinniger, MA  RCC. 885-0887. I26w  Your lile is in your hands. Palmistry by Dometria. 8854261 .!25w  LOVE  MARG. You're lhe best. I k>ve you.  XXX. ��25cn  ���  Male age 37 would like to meet a  lady lor friendship and sunbathing.  Musl be discreel. Please write with  phone number to Box F, c/o Coast  News, Box 66, Sechelt.     I25cn  C.A.M.E.O. Singles Club-pot luck  dinners, luncheons, dancing, hiking, camping, barbeques, crib.  8864354,885-9968. I26w  Acreage - 5.7 acres in Roberts  Creak, southern exposure, privacy,  some ocean view. Asking  $165,000. Private sale, no agents  please. 885-5486. I25w  1284 sq. It. rancher near new goll  course. Landscaped, hoi tub.  $160,000. No agents. 885-4163.  ��25w  TOPSOIL  Screened top soil at reasonable  rate. W.D. Excavating, 886-9764  or cell. #1-220-1526 TFNs  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  motile home. Bright, spacious lay-  art, e>j*ellert ct*a-dlion, very clean,  newly painted 8 renovated featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, while wells,  400 sq. tt. deck, fridge S slove  induded, washer _ dryer optional.  Exxelem location, dose to lerry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 886-8095. $39,900. CHI IS  view. TFNs  Soames Point, 932 Feeney. Vew,  F.S.B.0.3 yr. Jennrsh Colonial, 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suite, 2 F/P, 3  balhs, double garage, shake rool,  French windows. $245,900.886-  rm 351-7866 liter 6 pm.    si  View lot Bay Road, Davis Bey,  80x125 It. $82,000. 885-9417 or  686-1939.  NnSUDWrlwior.  185-9517.  I27w  DR.GRANTW00D  is pleased lo announce that  he will continue to  welcome previous &  new patients at the  GIBSONS  OPTOMETRY  CUNIC  Appta Tues-Sat ��� 886-7211  Wef((eT~  GARY WHITE  886-8107* 1-351-4390  ���KTX330' ol prime low bank waterfront in Glbioni Harbour near  Gibsons Marina. House needs  repair but could be fixed up lor  recreational or rental uae. Properly zoned Tourist Comnierclil (C-2).  Double garage pka ttrage shed.  $189,500. Phone Jennifer 1-689-  7070 M  One acre In peaceful lower  Roberts Creek. Partially cleared  wtti nice trees. EagepMCataaS' property at the end of the road.  $136,000,886-7372.       I28cn  Eastern Canadian couple (Saf)  ���(���asltCaat Id latDW Staling, a$**e*al  of 93/94. Refs. available. Reply.  Pal - John Davit, SSI, Site 6,  C44, Penetanguishene, Ont. L0K  1P0.705-526-2435. I26cn  CAVALCADE DECORATIONS  Sea Cavalcade decorating supplies at Marys Variety, 273 Gower  Pt.Rd, Gibsons. 686-9077.126w  The Exhibition  of the  Terry Boat Ride"  by Greta Guzek  continues.  Serigraphs available at  3E Show Piece Gallery al  280 Gosvaar Point Road.  Gibson's Unalina) ��� 8K6 9213  Does someone in your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 885-7484, 886-9059.  Al-Ateen 866-2565 or 885-7484.  FOR LEASE OR  LEASE TO BUY  (My ladlities). 5 yr half-Arab bay  gelding, trained English, exc. disposition and confirmation  $150/mth. 886-0995. TFN  Bunnies, bunnies, bunniesl  Adorable bunnies! $3 each. 885-  4594 or 885-5239. I25cn  Dr. Wendy Royle, Veterinarian  wishes to arvvounce the opening ol  a practice In Sechelt in early July.  Dote and location lobe announced  soon. 1250*1  PYRAMID DOG TRAINING  Privale classes, problem solving,  cerWied trainer. 886-2854. I26cn  MAGUS KENNELS REG  Dog 1 cat boarding. Dog training,  'Science Diet' pet loods. 886-  TFN  Alrican Pigmy goats. Does, bucks,  kids. Excel, pels and bush clear-  Ing. 863-2990  �����  Pro drum kit, 7 cymbals & stands,  plus misc. $995.8864883.125cn  Sat., June 26,10 am, 5007 Laurel.  Piano, organ, muiic, recoids,  books, linens, ladles clothing,  radios, etc. ��25ai  5752 Pebble Crescent Sechalt, 10-  4, Sat, June 26. ��5w  Moving sale, 616 O'Shea Rd., 10  am, June 13-20. ��5w  Sat., June 26,10 am, 2433 Agnes  Rd.. oil Lower Rd., Rbts. Ck., east  ol Joe Rd. Furniture, appliances,  kitchen utensils, plumbing-electrical parts a many other Items. !25w  '86 Ford i*jslangLX,wi trade lor  computer. Call 886-7009.   I25W  Inglis portable dishwasher $150.  Sears Kenmore washer $ dryer  $350/pr. 1.2 cu It Panasonic  microwave $100. All in excellent  working cond. Must be sold. All  otters considered. BS54782.l27cn  TWIG FURNITURE  Stephen Carrol will be displaying  his crall every Sat. behind the  Shadow Baux Gallery, Cowrie SL,  Sechelt. Weather perrnitting.��3cn  Peypnp  OlftAPHIX  MENUS  ..lor Aa VOUR GRAPHIC NEEDS  <-"���--885-0244  S.C. B.C. goes daylight saving!  Wednesday Bridge Games at  Sechelt Sr. Centie start 10:30 with  a break tor lunch. For more information and bridge partners, call  865-5552. ��5cn  PRIVATE TUITION  Experienced fuHy qualified teacrier  available, toy or evening sessions.  Adults, high aKhod art elementary  students. 6864468. ��27w  SOUnCEPaADDtt  Evvyontwdeomt  Mon.,Ien��H,6-ID��ai  .^���^Saartlas UtiUm  a*jK^S��lttr. Martial.  ^3"^     886-9670  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  8854917. TFNs  Adult children of Alcoholics or dysfunctional families please call 886-  3B49 or 885-4622 lor help.    NC  Attention all past, present and  Iutuie herbal, weight loss cus-  tomers. Greet news. Our low price  ol $48/set continues. So get ���  lump on summer using a  Manchurian herbal product. Call  Debbie now at 886-2238.   I27w  NEW  CHINA  :hen  I.F.A. CLASS  starting July 12  WESTCOAST  nRaSTAUDTRAINIlia  885-4757  pfM#nts  UVE  ' MfnTAMMINT '  Itmsthwsoay/  HUDAY  . ft SATURDAY  NIGHT.  June  24,25  &26  Tory  'Vincent1  iGlbJons Perk F  Hwy. 101  Iter 10)1  OpsWki*gslor314yr.oldsinSeDt  (or Riinbow Pnschool. Call 865-  3707. I25w  Eastern Canadian couple (Srs.)  available lor house silling; winter  ol 93/94. Rels. available. Reply  Patt John Davis, SS1, Sile 6,  C44, l-enetangushene, On LOK  1PO. (705) 526-2435.      12601  ALCOHOLICS  ANONYMOUS  885-7883,24 hour line.      TFN  ELLEN BESSO  TRAGER��  Relaxation for  the tody and the mind  Reduced pain  and increased WdMxtn**,  88��S-4274  Sunslwe art stulo! InrJvMualizsd  cNHten's lun tumrier irt Khod.  Limited enrolment. Pre-regiiter,  cal8eM782. 12701  Sunshine Coast NDP Club  Annual General Meeting  Sander, lane 27,1991  1:30pm  BpMruMie Comnunfly Ccnlrt  Nov Flrr Hall, Ctasl-rM,,  GMl Sftaktr, DavM Srkitck  MIANertkVsaftLoaidalc  MtaabmeGeMtswtlcoiK  Piano Tuning  jk     ��� repairs  jj&_ ' appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  TAPEDUPUCATION  Phone Ross 8884478      ��6w  30" white slove, $70; GE v  white, $100.8864714.       TFN  Westinghouse, 5 cycle portable ���  dishwasher, good woiking cond,.  $125.886-7722 leave message.  TFNs  Speed Queen washer $ dryer,  rebuilt, $600.8864290 weekdays  between 4-7pm. *25w  30' Westinghouse elec. ranges.  Good cond. White $75. Copper-  tone $125.886-9856.       ��26cn  B.B.O. De La St. Jean-Baptlsle  pour tout les Francophones el  Francophiles de la Cote du Soleil,  Jeudi, le 24 Juin a partlr de 5  heures a Roberls Creek Provincial  Park. (Flume Road). Bienvenue a  tousl ��25cn  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints I  Envfrenmenl.  fmerit PUrm  hi All Colour, ol  th.R.lnboe,  ...Including Gwawi  A!  Costa Rica, 3 bdrm. house in  Tango Mar Beach and Goll Country Club, all amenities, $400 per Palllser couch I loveseat. Tan  week. 883-2450. ��26w    w/WOod trim. Asking $300. 886-  2202. ��27cn  Rattan and wicker glass top dinette  suile with cushions. $400 lirm.  885-9517. ��27w  Bill Wood  SECHELT  Bus. 885-29231   Res. 885-50581  ��� I  BOOT HLLRV PARK  Available Immediately - 2 view  sites with lull hookups, cabievision  and phone service at sites.  $225/mo. up to 30 teet. Vary Top  of Cemetery/Keith Rd. Ph: 886-  9764 or 220-1526. TFNs  TROPICAL FISH  Free fish when buying others. 25  cents 8 up. 8864890.      I25cn  Wanted to rent. Space suitable lor  small, private Me drawing classes,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Must be reasonable. 886-9665.  TFNs  Used building materials in good  cond. 8 buildings to be demolished. Sunco Recycled Building  Materials, 5653 Whad Rd.,  Sechelt. 885-8889; Recycle t  ^������'���rtHii-' TFN  Mid-sized chest Ireezer in good  working order. 885-3251.   ��26w  Impoverished renter looking lor  Airslream trailer In good condilion.  21'to 30'. Will pay up to $6,000.  TFNs  TENTERSI  Booth* R.V. Park is now accepting  CA��T^lenl^.8ie^9784.TFr��*  Ready Soon! 10 more lully serviced RV sites - long term/short  term - ovemilefs - tent campers ���  showers/laundry/hiking lralli/5  mins. to lerry and 2 shopping centres. Book now - Top of Cemetery/  Keith Rd. 888-9764 or 220-1528 or  886-0971. TFNs  Kayacking lile bell; crab traps.  Phone or hi. mess. 886-7355.  TFNs  Fridge, scuba diving equipment.  885-4668. ��26w  WANTED  Alrttream Trailer,  for $6,000 or less  886-9665  Small sculptured metal biplane  taken trom the eaves ol my condo.  Very sentimental value. Pis. return.  886-2101. ��26w  Puppy near Hopkins Ldg., light  brown German Shep/Lab X,  reward ottered. Bill 8864622.l25w  One black and one golden  Labrador male dogs. Sechell area,  Mon. June 14. Reward. 885-4804  I25w  TueedeyJunel4, Bals Lane, Gib-  sons, 5mo.oldnialecaslmed.tong  hair, black 1 white. 8864404.  I25w  Free to loving lamily. Handsome 5  yr old Golden Retriever in trim condition. Loves getting brushed, playing with children t liking long  walks. Hates baths $ being tied  up. Good guard dog. Present family away too often. Ph: 885-4099.  ���2701  Six month blue male Neopolilan  Mastitt. Nice disposition, exc. companion and guard dog, great with  kids. Doesnl need much exercise.  Needs good home with one-on-  one atfterrston. Cage included. 886-  78K *25cn  Shelly Pups CKC registered. Show  br-atxfng, obadatnee 1 loyal lamily  con��penion. Will ship ty deliver. 1-  486-7213 12501  Pasture lor rent. Enquire 883-9974  kxtUTVner 8834665.      I25w  Small ipiyed tern. Manx cat, to  good home, mcHldren. 885-2389.  I25w  Rabbit hutch, Iree or cheap. 886-  0478. ��6w  1/2 or 3/4 ton 4X4 pickup truck,  auto., all in good cond. Price range  of $3000 to $5000,14'to 16'aluminum boat c/w 15 to 20 HP motor  and trailer; single person kayak  c/w accos. 885-5505.        I27w  Handyman lor all round general  home repair. Good rates. 886-  4558. K6w  Set of captain chairs with wooden  spindle backs. Solid oak table.  White Iridge/lreezer and slove, pair  rt French doors. 8864836.     ss  Oars/oer locks, lite belts. Call 886-  73551V. mess. TFNs  Ok) tractor Ires, or any wide light  tire ��� cheap $$$. 886-7355 lv.  rness. TFNs  Commodore 84 Monitor, printer,  andanysoltware.88o-3067.l27w  20 labia chairs and some side  tables in any material. 885-5552.  I25w  Two 25-30' ramps lor float. Call  885-4452. I27w  Wanted - discarded/used saw  blades to up 10' diameter. 885-  9997. *27w  Sacrifice! Twin beds, double dresser, night stand, sola and chair,  double bed, small kitchen table  and chairs, Admiral stove and  Iridge, dining room table, 6 chairs,  bullet, hutch, occasional tables.  885-2369. I25w  2 yr. old overstuffed couch and  chair with oak show wood, new,  $1700, now $750, N/S family. Call  685-4040.   .,     ir, ____  Oval table 36x46 with 4 chairs  $180. Round 36'or oval 48* with 4  chaiis $170.885-7585 eves.��7cn  2 recliners $35 ea. Double bad  $50. All in excel, cond. 885-3911.  ��27cn  Beautilul dining suite, 6 high back  chairs, two with amis, gold velvet  coveied seats. Two leaves extend  table to 8 It. Hutch S base 8.5 ttx  5.5 It. $3000 OBO. Ph: 883-1196  atter5pm. I26cn  Wooden rec. room dry bar, arborite  top, $125 OBO. As new twin bed  w/headboard, Irame, used only 6  tmes. New $400, sell $250 OBO.  686-7736. I26w  2 new curved sofas, pastels, N.S.  $700 both. 883-2928.        I26w  King-size waleibed in pine frame  with drawers. $250 obo. 883-9176.  12801  Teak dining room suite. Table, 2-  leal, 5 chain, long china cabinet.  Good cond. $700.885-7354 eves.  12501  Leather couch, 2 chairs, $1600;  hide-a-bed, $600. All like new.  685-5094. I26w  King size waterbed in pine trame  with drawers, $250 OBO. 883-  9176. I26w  Great present-antique Dutch wall  clock, copper lace md weights,  sun and moon plates, $600. 886-  TXl ss  Matching antique style couch and  Chair, $250,885-1957/885-3845.  Mini blinds: (2) 21-1/2 w x 574/4  while. (2) 52-1/2 w x 424/8 white  8 green. 83x58 white. 59x58  beige. 33x45 pink. 65x71 white.  69x46 peach. $15 each. 8864445.  I27cn  24 inch olive green stove, exc.  cond., like new, clean. Missing wail  plug. 866-7175. ��6w  Sir., June 27,9-1pm, Aero Club,  top ol Reid Rd. Sale end lly in,  tables $5.8854433. K5w  2 family Sat 8 Sun, June 26827,  10-2. Kitchen nook, wooden  dinette ite. 1 more, 1188 Sun-  shine Coast Hwy. across Irom B8K  Landscape. ��5w  Geoff  Clement's  Garden  Furniture  Benches $85  Swings $85  Cape Cod  Chairs $65  Knitking knilling machine with libber (vintage) exc. cond., many  exlras, $100.8850624.     I25w  __m_____t__m_t___t_mm1_m  m_____m_t___mm_________t/______  mmm Coast News, June 21, 1993  23  ���UnQi!  m Beat Price  UQUDAnom   A    ��4  682 Hwy 101  Gibsons  886-3254  newpnduas ~ agmMgmae  Satellite dish, white, good cond. 6 It. 8 in. patio door, double  $250.885-7930. I26cn   glazed, $100 or Irade. 685-4232  alter 6 pm.  Salellite system, 10 It. dish, steteo  I25cn  receiver, video Cipher II descram- Firewood by the logging truck  bier, remote. $1500 OBO. 885- load, $500, or 1/2 load, $300,  3229. I25cn   delivered. 8854469.       1250!  Large otlice desk, exc. cond.,  $200; kerosene heater, brand  new, $100; Trainer amp. new guitar w/Boss loot switch, $500; Pen-  tax camera w/zoom lens 8 case,  $300; elegant diamond, custom-  made, 18 kl ladies gold watch, 1/2  price, $550.888-7655.      12501  19 It. plywood boat wilh 60 HP  OMC motor with tilt up outboard  leg, c/w access, and 2-wheel trailer. Will trade for good smaller 14'  to 18 aluminum boal, 15 to 20 HP  motor and trailer. 885-5505.127w  Ladies diamond ring, new $1100,  sell tor $500 OBO. 886-4888J27W  4 rattan chaiis, $15 ea.. 1 wooden  rocking chair, $50.886-7955.  ���2501  Belmont piano; leatherette double  pullout couch; 7 matching chairs.  886-2952. ��27w  Single door dose clearance wood  stove, c/w 18 It. insulated chimney  system. Still In use. $600. 886-  9574 att. 5pm. I27w  Coleman generator $400. Con-  struction nailer $50.8864445.  #27cn  24' stove ideal tor cabin. Good  working order. $150. Super single  waterbed, white w/3 drawers $200.  888-2509. 12701  Greco stroller $40. F.P. baby balh  $10. Snugli $15. Jolly Jumper $10.  Diaper bag $5. Girl's clothes new-  bom to sz. 3.8864374.    ��27cn  Modular teak desk unit ��� 2 pes  $300. Ping pong table $50. Glass  collee table top, rectangular,  rounded corners $25. Manual  typewriter & metal typing table  $25. Antique Slngher sewing  machine w/walnut carrying case  $40. Recliner rocker - gold fabric  $40. Rowing & skiing exercise  machine $25. 2 ten speed bikes.  Great cond. $50 ea. Ladies golf  clubs 8 leather bag $50. 2 sets  skiis, bindings, poles, . bools,  exc. cond. $50 sel. 886-3820.  12701  Electrohome organ w/bench, E2  Nocturne B.006 model, 117 volts,  2.1 amp. 60 cycle percussion,  upper 8 lower keyboard, pedals.  Burgundy Irultwood finish. Good  cond. $250.885-4099.     I27cn  20* colour TV, remote; power drive  Toro lawnmower; new GE washer/dryer. 885-2650. ��27w  Sklar sofa $ matching chair $450.  9x12 wine oriental patterned area  rug w/matching 6x9. $300 pr. 886-  4822. 12701  Trailer that carries two children to  pull behind mountain bike. 5' double glazed sliding glass doors, 6'  couch, two armchairs, floral pattern, suit rec. room. 6884202.  #27cn  Oil furnace, $200, exc. cond. 886-  7037. 12501  Stock up now. Mixed lirewood,  $85/lull cord, split 1 delivered.  683-9382. I25w  Hide-i-bed, good cond., $75;  small black $ while TV, $20; single  Futon, $40; wood stove, $100.  886-2910. I25w  For sale - couch chair, $125.885-  2492. I25w  Airtight exc. cond., hardly ever  used, $150; Dickenson diesel  heater, $175 OBO; 3/4 ton Chev,  new molor $ brakes, headache  rack, Michelins, $1800 OBO; HD  car dolly trailer, $1200 OBO. 666-  0918. ��25w  Car dolly. 11500. 885-3455 alt.  5pm. I26w  Excellenl Alder Flrmvood cul to  size, lull cord, $95. Delivered anywhere. Call David 885-5636.I27W  FRESH PRAWNS  S5lbi$4lb.Toorder:  885-7341 Namaste.  I28cn  Parts, used parts $ sundry items  Irom Gerry's Chainsaw, 8248  Redroolls. All equipment to be  picked up by June 30.885-5870.  12501  Clothes dryer $100 OBO. 30'  alum, railing $50 OBO. 885-3164.  ���25cn  Laptop computer, Mac Powerbook  140, kid. extra battery, carrying  cue, 40 Mb HO, 4 Mb RAM, Soil-  ware included (WordPerfect,  Magic, Flight Simulator, Quicken),  $1800.886-9865. TFNs  Seldom used: Philips air purifier  and de-ionizer w/i*tp!r��-ement,t>lter  $25. Philips sir purifier $15. Bion-  aire Clean mist 2.5 gal. hunikMer  $85,886-9665. TFNs  Full size camper trig, stove heater,  $1500 OBO. 886-2108. SS  SCREENED TOP SOL  Quality soil at a reasonable rate.  WO Excavating. 886-9764 lv.  mess. TFNs  250 gal. luel oil tank, $100 OBO  (empty). 886-2826. ss  Inflatable kayak, like new, $500;  call between 12 S1pm. 885-9357.  TFN  '88 Woodmizer 40HD bandsaw  mill. Trailer pkg ��� 550 hrs. lap siding attach., carriage cover, auto  grinder, tooth sitter, misc. spire  parts. $22,000 OBO. 8864001 SS  AGED HORSE MANURE  $20 pickup lead or 2 loads/$30.  Roberts Creeak 885-9969.    TFN  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Brighl, spacious layout, excellent condition, very  dean, newly painted 8 renovated  featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white waits,  400 sq. It. deck, Iridge 8 slove  induded, washer 1 dryer optional.  Excellent localion, dose to lerry, in  Comeau Trailer Park ��22,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 8864095. $39,900. Call 10  view TFNs  Outdoor Benches,  Tables & Chairs  TIM CLEMENT  CAHtfTMABl  aae-aaie  1044 Seamount Way, Qateone  SUNCO  Recycled Building Material!  Frervch Doorj/lnt.-Ext. Dooa  Alum. A Vinyl Windows  Lighting/Kitchen &  Bathroom Fixtures etc.  VhhaurslonofeeM  MS-MI*  5653 Wharf Rd., Sechell  Ktyde at San  MON-SAT 9 om-5 pm  HYDRO POLES  BC Hydro approved, all sizes. Call  W.D. Excavating lor information.  886-9784 or cell 1-220-1526.  TFNs  CEDAR SHAKES 8 LUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut 885-2138  01685-5601. TFN  * GOOD HAY "  K.COTale Delivered  Straw t&OOfcale  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  Free Range Eggs  Call Between IMpm  885-9357  TFN  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  8844240.  TFN  886-8103  Gibsons Pnrk Plazn  Automatic adjustable bed. $800.  883-9107. 12701  Gas stove, gas lurnace, elect  water heater. Ph.. 885-9010.��27cn  USED LUMBER  2x10,16 m 20 It long. 70 cents per  It. 2x8,16 $ 20' long, 55 cents per  It 6854363 eves. TFN  Sony Trinitron 21' stereo colour  TV $300. Sony t/2' VCR, 4 head  tracking $250.886-9665.   TFNs  Flat deck trailer, 18x6 1/2' deck  elec. brakes, removable sides,  $2500.883-9422. ��26w  Kitchen unit (stove, fridge, sink)  runs on 110, $220 OBO; Ireezer,  $150 OBO. 886-6801 please lv.  name 8 phone I. ��26w  GE fridge w/lreezer (10 yrs dd).  Moffat overhead oven 1 range,  Kent fireplace insert. 8864404.  ���26cn  Soft 8 chair $80. Peugeot racing  bicycle $70. INIant car seal $15.  885-7882. ��26cn  Two near new 14' tires, Ford rims,  $25 ea; 4 Model T tires, $10 ail;  tool box lor full size truck, $80;  wood slove, $150. 885-2088 aft.  6pm. __*  10 horse yardman, $300 OBO, in  good cond 886-2053.       ��27w  DOORS  Exterior 8 Interior, glass, brass,  etc Fancy or plain, custom or factory. Delivered or installed. Greet  prices 686-2844. ���26cn  Trailer for dingily or Laser $75.  Black bear skin rug, lully backed  $350.8654898. Kflcn  Moving: Must sdl. Eledric stove, 2  ���ir conditioners, swing set,  playpen, proform electronic stair  stepper, deep freeze, new washer  $ dryer plus lots more. 886-7072.  Yard Sale June 13.804 Pleasant  Place, Gsbaori. *28oi  8,000 Ib electric Warn winch,  heavy duty bush bumper, fits Ford  or GM. $800 OBO. 6864364.  ���25cn  Jacobson lawnmower, rear bag, 3  1/2 HP, runs greal, $95 lirm.  Homemade woodslove w/lan,  $100 OBO; Schrader woodstove,  $200060.886-2298.       ��27w  Matching set two pee chesterfield,  corner table, coffee table, stereo,  cabinet radio, record player $100.  Radio tape cassette CD player  $100. Black 1 Decker router with JD 401 tractor/loader, 82 HP  bits $100. Router 1 saber saw desd, 5000 Ib. lork on 80" bucket,  table $30. Brand new, all good $9500.885-7692. ��28w  cond.88e-70y.  1992 Trail King 16 tt. deck, dectnc  Baby Blaze King wood stove. 886- brakes, new cond. 885-9417 or  8322 after 6 pm. ��25cn 885-1939. ��27w  Sturdy single bed rdl-a-way cot, Cat 955 track loader $9,000.886-  excd.cOi-d.$90.8864095.TFNs 7727. ss  R.S.F. energy wood stove model 955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  HF 65R new $1,750. sell $950. needs some work, $3000 OBO.  885-2503. ��26w 686-2546. SS  ���84 Honda Accord, sunrod. 5 sp.,  new tires, tome rust Runs good.  $2300 OBO. 865-4054.   '    It  1953 Ford sedan delivery. $1,500.  Alter 5pm. 8854419.       I27cn  For Sale-1985 Reliant K car,  automatic, new tires, 2nd owner,  $3000 OBO. 885-3209.     ��27w  ���87 Ponliac Sunburst 5 sp., 4 dr.,  exc. cond., $3100 OBO. 8864067.  ���27w  ���80 Dodge Mirada 2 dr. power windows, tilt, leather int., $800 OBO.  ���27W  '86 Suzuki Samurai 4X4 convertible, good cond., often. 8884450.  ���27w  1992 Geo Metro 40,000 kms., lull  wananty, 2 dr., 5 sp., $7000 Arm.  885-5349. ���2501  1983 Chev Caprice clinical  desd. PS, PR AC, Ciuise, SI, AM  $ FM cas. New bat. 65,000 miles.  New point job. 885-7300.  ��27cn  1980 Ford LTD, 4 dr, blue, good  cond. $1,295.865-1926 fc. mess.  ���27cn  '81 Mercury Lynx, 4 spd., power  steering 8 brakes, clean.97,466  km. $500 OBO. 888-9862. ��27cn  '88 Nissan mufti, AM/FM, cass.,  summer _ winter tjres, low miles,  exc. cond., $7000 OBO. 8864980  1980 Ford Fairmont station  wagon. Good cond. Needs some  work. Asking $850.885-4099.  ���27cn  72 Vdvo GL 240.4 dr. sunrool,  PJW, air, 5 spd. 172,000 km. Very  dean $4,500.886-3675.   ��27cn  85 Pontiac Flero GT, 6 cyl., white  ext/grey int., $5800.8864820.  ��25cn  '61 Cougar XR7, no rust, good  running order. Bargain lor $400.  8864519or686-7647.      ��26w  74 Chev Caprice V6, all power, no  rust, $650.886-9404.        ��26w  For parts, '76 Md S. runs, $400.  8854073. ��6w  1988 Suzuki Forsa 5 sp., hatchback, 90,000 kms., $2400.885-  941701885-1939. ��27w  1974 OUs Cutlass 350,4 dr., $600  OBO. 886-7155 aft. 6pm.   ��27w  1972 MG Midget, partially  restored, greet projed car. Loads  of spare parts, $2000 OBO, or  trade lor truck; 1986 Honda CRX  extra tires, sporty, economical,  $5500080.885-7571.. Jtex.  Older Austin Marina. One owner,  true miles under 24,000. Exc 1.6  motor, auto., handyman rust.  Starts every time. $365 or swap  tor carpenter labour. 886-8465.  ���27w  1983 Dalsun 280SX, Calilomia  Import and emissions. Power air  voice, T-root, tinted glass, gold $  black, exc. cond., $4300.886-  0576. SS  71 TR6, burgundy, drives greal.  Completely rebuilt motor, starter,  clutch, brakes, carbs, motor still  under warranty. A lun car to drive.  $3,000. Call 866-2925.     ��25cn  '86 Ford Mustang LX, exc. cond.,  $3000 OBO, terms nag. 886-7009.  ��25w  '80 Mustang, good cond, in i out,  $950 OBO. 886-2910.       ��25w  '61 Chev Malibu stn. wagon, reliable lamily transportation, $1500  OBO. 8884849. ��25w  1981 black Camaro, $1600 060.  886-3290 weekdays between 4-  7pm. ��25w  73 VW Beetle for pans. New bat-  tery.Bestolter.B854950. *25cn  '80 Monza coupe V4 auto. Good  cond. $500.885-1924.      ��25cn  1981 Mustang due, sunrod, runs  wdl. $2,000 obo. 885-7370.��26ai  Wanted: 239 Ford ftathead engine.  RetmilrJable or ? 886-4624 eves.      ��26cn  '83 Porsche 924 turbo, recently  rebuilt motor, low miles $7,000.  886-7236 or 886-4994.     ���26cn  1979 Pontiac Parisienne, low  mileage, best offer takes. 685-  0863 ���26cn  '85 Hyundai Stellar - grey. Power  windows/locks, sunrool. In good  running cond. $1,800 OBO. Lv.  mess. 8864013. *25cn  '81 Buick Regal. 100,000 mi. V-8,  P/S, PS. mags, rustprooled since  new, well maintained company  car. $2,500.886-2299.     ��25cn  ���84 Chrysler 300,2 dr hardtop. 383  cu. in. 79,000 original miles. Rust  Iree, console shift, power bucket  seats. Rare model. Have some  new parts. $2,700 OBO. May take  pert trade. 685-2348.  ���2501  78 Volkswagen van. exc. cond..  $1900060.686-2108. ss  72 Volkswagen Beetle, good  cond. new brakes, new tires, some  rust, $1100.886-2746.      ��26w  V85 Plymouth Turismo. 2.2 L. 5  spd. Great shape. Must sdl $950.  8864034 Nick. ��25cn  78 Dodge Vdaire 318. New top,  rear end, tires, exhaust, brakes,  excdlent interior. $850 OBO. 885-  6951. *25cn  '78 Dodge Fury. $300 060. 885-  0393. ��25cn  1978 E100 Van, 4 sp., new painl,  300 CID, oilers. 885-9648.     ss  '90 Plymouth Voyager LE, wood  trim, loaded, like new. one owner,  non-smoker, $15,000.8864089.  125*  1982 Mazda RX7, good cond.,  new clutch, brakes, $3100.886-  8032. ss  79 10th Anniversary Trans Am.  403 turbo 350, shift kit, 323 posi, 4  whl disc, power everything. $2,950  8854097. ss  Datsun 240Z body parts, rec. eng.;  '79 Dodge 1/2 ton step-side with  canopy, boat rack, $1250. 886-  7S78. ss  ��� 1   '87 Honda Civic 1500S. 147,000  km. Peppy, black, good cond.  $4,950 OBO. 8864484.        sa  '77 Ford LTD II, body great, runs.  $400 060.; 78 Cutlass wagon,  good tires, brakes. $300 OBO.  886-9381. ss  ���81 VW Jetta 4 dr.. 5 sp, sunroof.  $3500 OBO. 886-7969. ss  Two lor one deal. 1972 Ford  Courier PU, new battery, good  tires, axis good, everything works.  1981 Camaro, new battery, paint,  heater core, recent tuneup, looks  sharp, runs like new. Will sdl separate, $2500.8854251.    ��26w  86 Ponliac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  exc. cond., $3995. 886-7150 or  8854213. ss  1990 Honda CRXsi. black on  black, sunroof, 35,000 km, very  dean inside S out, $10,000 060.  886-7205 eves. ss  1987 Buck Skyhawk LTD. Excdlent condition, one woman owner,  non smoker, immaculate, sunrod,  AM/FM cassette, 67,000 km. Call  886-4906. $7000 OBO.     ��TFN  1982 Caveter. 4 sp, dean sdid  car, reliable transport. $1000.885-  2948. ss  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto, air,  power, white, exc. cond, 35,000  kms, $17,000.8864623.        ss  79 Ford stn. wagon, V6 auto,  good running cond, $475. 886-  9372. ss  1986 Ford Mercury 2 dr, 8 cyl, air  cond, exc. cond, low mileage.  $5000 060.863-2512. ss  Good selection used tres. wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  8854004 ss  77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond,  $900060.8964648 ss  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs. Pirelli tires,  new brekes, exc. shape $3500  060886-7378 ss  1973 Super Beelle. $2500 OBO.  883-9234. ss  1974 Oldsmobile. new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $900 060. 685-1943. SS  1988 Ford Taurus, am/fm, Ac V6,  auto/od. 4 door, exc. cond. $5995.  886-7520 or 686-2111. SS  1979 Cadillac Seville baby due,  int/ext, rebuilt engine 8 transmission. Priced to sdl $3850 Call 886-  8510 after 6:00 pm. ss  whmn you  pay for 2 Inaortlons  S��  All classifieds musl be  pre-paid before insertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  In either the Monday or Weekender  Edition. Up to, 0 words; 25 cenH  (or each addilional word.  Fm: Lost, Found t fm  Surm Sail Cla**HI*d*  $17 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew il  by classified dtadlifM ��� Nor available (or comtnarctol adverf'.eri  Coast Nows  ClASSIFIID DIADLINISt  Monday IdltUn WMkmdw  NOON FRIDAY NOON TUIWAY  Gibsons 886-2622 Socholt 885-3930  '77 Cougar. Runs wdl. $500.885-  7698 or 8854254 aft. 6pm. ��26w  1984 Escort; standard, needs  dutch to make mobile, engine in  very good cond, exc. lor parts,  $400 OBO by end ot May. Call  886-2622. TFNs  76 Chevy Nova, good running  cond. $450 060.686-7648.   ss  1984 Mazda RX-7, 7B.000 kms. 4  new Pirelli lires, sunroof, rotary  engine, rebuilt dutch, master cylinder, front speakers 4x9 infinities.  Reliable $ strong $5,100. Call Jod  885-5166 TFNs  73 V.W. van. Good condition.  60,000 miles on new engine.  Some rust. $2600 060.885-3917.  TFNs  1988 Honda Accord LX, 4 dr, 5 sp.  95,000 kms. PS/PB, cruise.  $8,500.8864536. ss  86 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player, $5795.886-7150.  '89 Ford F-F150 4x4 Super Cab 1977 Chev 1/2 ton Pickup, 350,  cuslom, 5L V8 auto, fully loaded, propane, large tank, parts. 885-  only 51,000 km, exc. cond., 4040.                        ��27w  $14,700. '88 Chev Cavalier R.S. 4      cyl. F.I. 5 spd. manual, only '85 Ford F250 XL super cab, auto,  71,000 km, exc. cond, $5200. PS/PB, camper ready. White 8  886-2219 or view 857 Poplar due 2 tone. 136,000 km. $5,700.  Ure.                              ss 8864445.                    ��27cn  CHEAPI FBIAJ.S. SEIZED 1981 JK*>6 cy'-. 4 sp, good run.  ���89 Mercedes $200 cond, $4000 OBO. 885-0969.  86 VW $50      *__  87 Mercedes $100 _,-...���,,    _-���_  76 F150 3/4 ton, 6 ft. box, very lit-  ~ Mus���"9 ���;��� ���; J60 tie rust, runs well, $1100 OBO.  Choose from thousands starting gayj^gaj                   #26w  $50. FREE inlormation 24-hour     '.   Hotline. 801-379-2935 Copyright 1988 Chev 3/4 ton, good cond,  ���BC010410.                  ��27w $8000 OBO. 885-9297.      ��26w  1987 Nissan ST 5 sp, PS/PW,  sunroof, cinopy, lady driven,  $6500.885-5246 aft. 6pm. ��27w  1977 Ditiun, long box, excel,  cond. lor year. Only 4,000 km on  rebuflenjne, new starter, alterna-  lor, muffler, must sdl $1,250 OBO.  CaH 8654787. (2701  ���83 Toyota 4x4. SR5, PS, PB, long  box c/w canopy. Good rubber, one  owner. Great cond. $3,300 OBO.  885-9804. ��27cn  '88 Nissan king cab, auto.,  118,000 km. White, tonesu, hood,  bra, spotless. $6,795 OBO. 886-  8369. ��27cn  '80 Suzuki Jeep, dec. winch, boat  rack, tow bar, $1000 OBO. 886-  2607eves. 12501  74 Dodge 3/4 ton P/U, 318 auto,  looks and runs great, $1000.886-  2298. ���2501  B3 GM shortbox wrndowvan. pop  in/out mti, rebuilt molor, tow  package, p/w, doortocks, cruise,  $55008854678. ��25w  89 Ford dub wagon, 15 passenger, 1 ton, XLT, all extras, great  cond, $14,000 OBO. 8864380.  TFN  78 Ford 3/4 ton. Runs well. Needs  work. $950.686-2922.      12501  W Fotd F-250 XLT Lariat 4x4,7.3  L diesel, 5 sp, PS, PB, dr, bite,  cruise, AM/FM cassette, 71,000  kms, grill 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. I25cn  '81 Ford Van, 6 cyl, auto, S.W.B,  no rust, undercoated, seats 5.7  $3,000,866-2206. ���'.'  1975 Dodge propane 4X4, crew  cab, completely rebuilt, $6500..'  885-7516. n  1979 limited Wagoneer, lully  loaded, $1850. Contact Pat 685-  5591. I26w  '85 GMC diesd PU. 1/2 ton short  box, $3900 OBO. 8834918. ��5w  'S3 GMC Van short whed base,  350 auto, tinted windows, PW/PD,  cruise, new tires, recent work,  good cond., good body, $5500  OBO. 665-0678. ��26w  1988 Chev 1 ton dual wheals,  dumper, exc. cond. 885-9417 or  865-1939. ��7w  1992 TEMPO/TOPAZ  PDI AND FREIGHT  INCLUDED  4-DOOR ��� AUTOMATIC ��� PS/PB  AIR CONDITIONING ��� AM/FM STEREO  AU SEASON RADIALS  EXPERIENCE THE DIFFERENCE OUR STANDARDS MAKE. WE WON T BE UNDER SOLD  SOUTH C0.\ST FORD  I  ���  MDl 5936PH885 .1781   PARTS DIRFCT LINE  88'  N10I1 IREE 68J Coast News, June 21,  1993  ���91 Jeep Cherokee Laredo, hunter 30 It Kustom Koach trailer.. Musi  green, 4 dr, 4X4 plus extras, be seen. 981 Cemetery Rd.  25,000 kms. Dave 8864B78.I27W    $15,500.8864693. I25cn  22 M/home lully equipped. 8,600  kms true mileage. A-1 cond.  $19,500060.983-4392.   ��25cn  1978 Bronco, new paint, rebuilt  motor, rear end, new gas tank,  springs, ball joints, carb, exhaust  and brakes. $5,400 OBO. 886-  7013. ss  1966 Ford F250 4X4, diesel,  supercab, $13,000 060. 885-  1949. ss  1987 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass, PS/PB, auto, tilt, Sony  slereo. open to reasonable otters.  888-7800. ss  ���80 GMC 3/4 ton, $2700; '73 Fort  3/4 ton, $1300, both in exc. cond.  886-7774 or 8864027. SS  Big block Ford propane system  w/tank, $1000. 866-3005 Bam-  5pm TFN  '69 3 ton Chev, llatdeck. 5 + 2  tranny. new Ironl tires, needs  inspection. $3250.886-3001    ss  Full size 1990 Dodge van. V6  auto, $8500.8864301 ss  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 885-5102. ss  1982 4X4 Dodge D-50. 130,000  kms, canopy, asking $2500. 685-  0128 alt. 6pm. I25w  79 Ford 4X4,3/4 ton, 4 sp, good  cond, $2995.886-2111 work, 686-  7520 eves. TFN  1979 Chevy 'Boogie' van, good  body, partially camperized. Stereo,  interior lights, great radiais. $2300  060.885-3568. ���26w  HOLIDAY RAMBLER travel trailer, 29 It, rear bedim, bathtub, good  cond. $9,800. 885-2777 or 885-  7142. ��7cn  1977 Travel trailer, 17 1/2 tt.  $2500 OBO. 886-2088 alt. 6pm.  ��27w  '61 Frontier 23' GM motor home.  Fully loaded, sleeps 6. Q/S bed,  winter package. 65,000 km. Exc.  cond. $17,500 OBO. 686-2454.  ��7oi  For rent: 13' Boler travel trailer  $200 weekly dus $250 D/D. 885-  5307. *30oi  Travd trailer, Idly equipped ind.  dr tend. Reduced to $4,000 OBO.  8839382. laTajJr  1973 22 It Dauphin travel  trdler.tandem wheel, full awning,  deluxe model, lully equipped.  $3,800. Day 885-9063, evening  885-1916. ��27cn  24 IL Prowler Tandem trailer, nice  condition. A good home while  you're building. Price $3700.885-  5349. ��25cn  8 It Camperette, 2 burner stove,  tndge, dec. sink, greal tor 1/2 ton  P.U. Good shape. $800 OBO. 886-  3038. ��25cn  1974 OK Ford 302/16.5'motor  home c/w shower, toilet, Iridge,  stove, oven. Totally sell cont.  Excel, cond. Drive away or leave  set up at Capilano RV Park.  $10,950. Appl. to view 8864525.  ���26cn  7.5 It small pickup camper. 3-way  fridge, stove, sleeps four. $2,995  obo. 8864007. ���26oi  1976 Hdidaire trailer 20 It. Fully  equipped. $6,000.8854663.  ���26oi  72 Apache hard-side lent trailer,  stove, ice box, furnace, port-a-pd,  good shape. Sleeps 6. $1.500  060. Sportsman Idl-sz. libreglass  canopy $250 OBO. 886-2348.  ���25cn  '86 Pace Arrow motorhome. 27 It.  low mileage, mini cond. Loaded.  Covered storage. 485-5953 Powdl  River. ��25cn  '77 GMC camper van. Fully equip.  Exc. cond. $3,800 OBO. 886-  7348. ��25cn  1990 dx. 24' motorhome A-1 condition. 886-9025. ss  21 ft. Wilderness travel trailer,  $3500 OBO. 883-2779 or 883-  9087. ��25w  7 It. import camper, stove, icebox,  furnace, jacks, elc, $1300. 886-  7951. ��25w  16 It. travd trailer in Wilson Creek  Campground, new fridge, hot  water, full size shower, avail,  immed, $1500 firm. 885-9417 or  885-1939. >27w  18 It. travel trailer, tandem axle. 3-  pce. washroom, Iridge, stove,  oven, sleeps 6, $3900 firm. 19 tt.  Southpark tandem axle, 3-pce.  washroom, Iridge, stove, oven,  steeps 6, $3500 firm. 8884445.  ��27w  Hard lop tent trailer, sleeps 4,  -food shape, $7SO OBO. 885-  5941. ��25w  P/U Camper, $800.8854137.TFN  26 It mv 'Ugh Bailer* crew-pleasure boat. Built by Gddrup Boats,  libreglass constr. 440 Chrysler  power. Recent work orders.  $10.000060.885-2454.   ��27cn  1992. 10b" Nissan inflatable boat,  inflatable ksd, aluminum lloor, 8  horse motor, gas tank, beach  wheel traveller outfit, used only  twice, cost $4700, sell $2500 lirm.  2500 lbs. helper springs lits lull  size truck or van, used 1 week  only, paid $210 with tax, sdl $150  060. See Joe. trailer 169, Wilson  Creek Campground.        *27w  9.8 Merc outboard, $500 OBO.  863-9059. SS  18-1/2' Sidewinder bow, rider  w/120 hp Merc. Cruiser I/O 8 trailer. Needs minor engine work.  $1.800080.883-9341.    ��27cn  8 It libreglass dinghy with oars  $175. 2 hp o/board new cond.  $375.885-5067. ��27cn  Dock notation, 12 pes. slyroloam  46x32x18'$10 each. 8854889.  TFN  .tt inflatable $1,485,2 hp Honda  $450. EZ loader trailer $475.15 hp  Mariner $1,675. ��45 Husqvama  chainsaw $350 obo's. All above in  new condition. 885-2187.   ��26cn  Crab pot hauler, new, Brian-Hamilton Metal and Machine Shop. 885-  3422. ��26w  32 tt. Criscralt, twin screws,  $15,900 OBO. 1-291-7599 or 883-  9249. ��26w  14 It. Olympia, 1989 SO HP Merc..  new trailer, $3500.8S54073.��26w  1973 LYNWOOD SPORT FISHERMAN 28 FT.Twin351's��� low  hrs. Volvo legs, dual hyd/steer 1  controls, recorder - sounder, auto  bait tank, 2 CB's, swimgrid,  anchor, ded. winch, dec. head, 2  sinks. Ideal fishing boat.  Boathouse kept, one owner.  $26.000.883-9931. ��26cn  20 ft Sangster, cuddy cabin, full  canvas, tridge, camper stove,  head. 302 Merc power 1 leg.  $6,800 060.886-3036.    ��25cn  886-8103  Cibsons P.irk PI  23 IL Ford camper-bus, exc. run,  new tires, $3000 OBO. 8864061.  ss  14II. aluminum w/trailer, 25 HP  Johnson, dec. start, $1600 OBO.  885-5692. ��25w  14'6' Fibreglass boat with 75 HP  Merc, and trailer, $5500 OBO.  8854307. SS  25 ft sailboat, marine plywood,  structurally sound, needs work.  $1,600 OBO. 886-2922.    ��25cn  11 tt alum. Mlrrocratt lishing  machine, 70 hp Merc ��� trailer.  $7,1X10060.115-3449.    ��5cn  20 tt L.S. tug, very heavy F/G  const. 6 cyl. gas engine 1 rebuilt  B.W. 3-1 gear not installed, needs  work. $2,000 OBO. 885-2483.   WScn  17.5 II. Campion, hard top, 70 HP  Evinrude, Road Runner trailer,  $4500.886-7392. ��26w  12 It libreglass boat. $450. B85-  9268 ��25cn  15 It. KtC Fibreglass runabout, a  good beet needing cosmetics. No  motor or trailer, $575.886-2738.  ���26cn  198125 hp Evinrude in good working order $675. Trade-ins considered. 666-2738. ��26cn  34 fi diesel cruiser available tor  lease this summer. Low rates lor  qualified operator. 888-2736.  ��26cn  24 It Suder 225 Volvo with 280  leg. Fully equipped. $11,700 OBO  885-7575. ��25cn  18 It. Cinaventure hardtop, 200  HP, OMC, 7.5 Merc 06, exc.  cond, many extras, $8500 060.  See at PeiroCan, Garden Bay Rd.  i Hwy. 101.883-9933.      ��26w  INFLATABLE!  102' Achilles, like new, comp. with  oars, floor boards, spray skirl, bag,  manual, $550.8854797.    ��26w  28 It. Unitly libreglass, new motor,  new winch, new carpets, electronic  fish finder, lots d extras. George  8864139. ss  24 It Rdndl I/O, hardlop, sunrod,  head, slove, Iridge, sleeps 4, wdl  maintained, ready to go. Depth  sounder, VHF, CD, etc. incl.  $6,500 OBO. No trailer. 885-2213.  ���2601  1986 21 It Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin, 6 cyl Mercruiser, 170  hrs on boat, fdly eqdpped lor fishing, Over $30,000 new, asking  $15,500,685-2503. SS  Concrete floats, heavy duty 12  K.X48 ft. and 12 K.X72 It, loam  lilled connectable, pressure-treated wood, galvanized fittings. 883-  2637. *28w  Bayliner 24' C/B, rebuilt engine, 4  hrs, new upholstery, UHF CB, 2  depth sounders, $12,901). 886-  . 7285. ss  18 tl. Davidson sailboat, 4 sails, tin  keel. 7.5 Honda. $3000 886-9224  SS'  18 It F/G Vdvo I/O tandem axle  trailer, $3600.883-2297.       ss  24 It. Cabin Cruiser, new  Merc mdor and leg, head propane  dove, sleeps 4. $5500.883-9253.  Ranger 22, VHF 5 sails, very last,  sleeps 4. Gary Mull design $4200.  866-3490, 1-977-7349 toll-lree  pager. ss  StCMt? HUME  SURVEYS LTD.  ClDlllB llll Nhll-m  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S  M.A.BY.C    ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  Coronado 15, trailer, similar to  Laser, nice sailboat $1600. 886-  3490,1 -977-7349 toll-lree pager.  ss  Hobie Cat 16 sailboat, trailer, nice  boat, ��$1700. 886-3490, t-977-  7349 loil-tree pager. ss  12 ft. aluminum boal $600, 885-  7167. ss  Yes! There is I reliable local propeller repair service. 685-5276.  TFN  Good 12 It. aluminum boat $800 or  trade? 885-7167 is  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-2040-40-50-70 HP 1991-1992  Evinrudes. Excellent condilion.  Lowe's Resort, 683-2456.    TFN  33 It. Coastal Cruiser, diesel,  diesd stove $ Iridge, H/C waler,  live-a-board, perlecl cond.,  $19,000,674-2213. ��27w  19 It. Sealoner Volvo Penla  Calkins trailer needs exhausl manifold, $3500.6864457. ss  Large 3 bdrm. doublewide,  $67,000, pad rental, $230.886-  3290 weekdays 34pm.     ��25w  1990 14x70 2 bdrm., 5 appl. 2  decks, $42,000 080. Must move.  686-7778. ��2Bw  77 14x68, stove, Iridge, W/D,  musl be moved, $23,500. 886-  7013. ss  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent condition, very  dean, newly painted $ renovaled  featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, while wdls,  400 sq. tt. deck, Iridge $ stove  induded, washer 8 dryer optional.  Excdlent location, dose to terry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad renl  $195. 8864095. $39,900. Call 10  view. TFNs  New Park - Nanaimo area, Dlx.  Adult Community. Rents trom  $235/1110. For details coded 597-  3322. 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The cost of  a Network Classified ad  Is 71- cents par dou-  send. Cal Ms paper or  the BCYCNA at  (804)669-9222    for  Large new 2 BR, 2 balh, patio 2200 sq. It. 4 bdim. home In  home plus attached garage. Pri-   Sechelt close to schools, shopping  vale adult-oriented area. All appl's.  Avail. July 1. Call Mary it 886-  8107,8864029. TFN  Delwo Manl. Homes guaranteed  lowest prices. Pads avail. Show  home open Sunday, ph: 534-2571.  ��25cn  For sale by owner, 14x70 mobile,  located in quiet, well-kept park,  near creek. Contains 2 Irg. bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, pantry,  new carport, S/F/W/D, blight, spacious - very clean. $47,500. To  view call 885-5929. *27w  1974 Paramount 12'x6B' mobile in  Sechell Park, 2 bdrms. (was 3),  large addition and appl.. short walk  to shopping and hospital, $29,000.  no dogs. 885-5782. ��25cn  Beautiful 12x70 Lamplighter, Ind.  4 appl's, newly lenced yard. Window coverings. New dbl. glazed  windows. Many upgrades.  $23,500. Call 886-2520 or 886-  8908!f'-   "' KTOI  2 bdrm 14' x 70' mobile. Raised liv  rm, dining area, galley kitchen, utility rm with washer/dryer, stationery  sink. 2 porches plus large workshop with dectricity. Mobile has  comp. duioid rool. Set up ��4  Comeau Mobile Home Pk., 1416  North Rd. No dogs. Asking  $30,000. Contact office or 886-  9561. ��27cn  300 cc Enduro, exc. cond., $1000;  Go-cart, one ol a kind, custom-  built, sale lor kids, $1500. 886-  7655. ��25cn  Yamaha Special 400II, Good  shape, runs wdl, $200 060.886-  2068 all. 6pm. ��27w  1978 Honda 400, good cond.,  spare bike for parts $600 takes all.  886-7722 leave message. TFNs  '84 Shadow 500,11,000 original  kms., as new. 885-5892.    #25w  GSXR 750, low kms., exc. cond.,  $6000.886-7484. ss  '91 Honda CR250. Many extras.  $3,000,886-4746. SS  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc. cond.,  28720 km, sacrifice $4,500 firm.  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  olfers. 8864622. ss  1982 Yamaha 650 turbo, very  vxomimmi-t'--^- ss��  3 bdim, Roberts Creek to Sechell.  Rels available. FlesponsiWe people. 888-7248. ��5cn  Bechdor or housekeeping suite in  Sechelt for quiet young man, N/S  N/D, adapts very well to home setting. 686-2495 eves.        ��25cn  Single, employed male, smoker,  no pels, with left, neks 1 bdr.n.  suite, preferably tumished, preferably In Sechelt Unfurnished Gibsons suite OK too. Reply lo Box  393, c/o Coasl News, Box 460,  Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.     TFNs  Single mother d 3 seeking 3 or 4  bdrm. house lor July 1. $800 max.  8864778. ��25w  2 or 3 bdrm. on waterlront anywhere on Peninsula for 10 days in  Jdy. Call Shirley in Powdl River.  4854636. *25w  Wanted to rent. Space suitable for  small, private life drawing classes,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Must be reasonable. 6864665.  TFNs  BUSINESS IN GIBSONS  WISHES TO RENT  COMMERCIAL OFFICE  SPACE IN SECHELT.  Werequire600-l000-sq.lt.  Please write with infornnlkxi  on cash/so. It., lenglh d lease  required, maintenance costs,  when available Reply lo Box  390  c/o P.O. Box 460  Gibsons, B.C.  VON IVO  Monthly, Weekly, Dally  886-3343  Gibsons waterlront condo. 2  bdrms, 2 balhs, 5 appl's. Fantastic  view of Keels 6 Gibsons marina.  Avail. Jdy 1.N/S. $775.8864861.  ���26cn  For June $ July, t bdrm. main  lloor house. View, cable $ hydro  incl., $500/mo. No pets. 886-4856.  ���26w  3 bdrm. mobile home, no pets,  $850/010. Gibsons. 886-9500.TFN  W/lront 2 bdrm house, Beach Ave.  Roberts Ck. 5 appl's, l/place,  garage. $675/mo.. 1469-9192.  ���2701  Small house with l/stove, w/d,  workshop, Sandy Hook. $550  p.month. Avail. July 1.8854299.  #2701  2 bdrm 14' x 70' mobile. Raised liv  rm, galley kitchen. F.S.W.D. Two  porches, large elec. workshop.  $650 p.m. #4-1416 North Rd. No  dogs. Contact olfice or 886-9581.  ���27cn  1 bdrm in rustic 3 bdrm, Robens  Crk. home. Prel. lem/clean/neat.  $300 r 1/2 utils. Kevin. 6864352  lv. mess. ��27cn  Lower Gibsons, 2 bdrm. house,  aV350.Pettvdcome.9B0-2739.  ��26w  Gibsons housekeeping rooms,  $250-5280. Arthur. 885-9859.  *26w  5 bdrm. home in Langdale. View,  dd. car garage, dose to lerry and  school. To view house lv. name $  phone*. 8864801 or 8864151.  ���26w  Self-contained 1 bdrm suite, F/P,  laundry, dean t bright, lower Gibsons. Avail July 1. $470/mth. 886-  2807. ��26cn  1 bdrm S/C coMag^jajjjJoni.  Al new. $400 p/mo. Sufi one person or quiet'taXxY1 Apply 12567  Bargain Harbour Rd, Madeira  Park. ��26cn  Pasture for rent, inquire 883-9974  lor summer. ��26w  Waterfront 1 bdrm. cabin, Lee Bay,  Pender Haibour, dec. heat, washer/dryer, $400.883-9446.   ��26w  Small trailer, suit one adull,  Cedars Trailer Paik. 885-3313.  ��26w  1 bdrm. waterfront suites, bright,  dean, laundry, balcony, etc., $375.  8634177. ��26w  One bedroom suile, Lower Gibsons, incredible view, close to all  amenities, availade immediatdy.  $525/month. 886-7630.    ��25cn  Avail. Immed. Gibsons, spacious 1  bdrm ground level, view. $395 +  1/2 util. 3514540. I25cn  $ park. 11/2 baths, 4 appl-, large  sundeck, 2 car carport, $925/mo.  ind. cade. 6854198.        ��26w  Attention seniors: A small, very  clean 2 bdrm. mobile home,  $485/mo. Located Wilson Creek  area. Beautilul park like selling.  Please cal 5944720 or lv. mess.  885-9513. ��6w  1 bdrm. suile, Wed Sechelt, hydro  induded, avail. Jdy 1.8854764.  ���29*  Gibsons 2 bdrm., laundry,  $575/mo. plus hydro, July 1.1-  922-1880. ��26w  W/SECHELT UPPER LEVEL -  Sdl-contained suite, 2 bdrms., 3  appis., Jdy 1-15. Suitable tor couple wanting quiet place. N/P, N/S,  roll, req., $875 plus ulils. 885-  2995. ��27w  New 3 levd, 2 bdrm., N/S house.  W/D, 0/W, 11/2 baths, huge deck.  Sept.-June 30, $B50/mo. 886-  7955. ��27w  Pender Harbour view apartment,  partly lurnished, $600/mo. plus  elec. Rets., no pets. 863-1122  Robi. ��27w  New bachelor suite, Gibsons,  beach access nearby, own carport  entrance, lurnishad/unlumlshed,  negotiable, $450/mo. 8884322 aft.  6pm. ��27w  2 bdrm. duplex Davis Bay, 4 appl..  $825Vmo. N/P. 8864250.   ��27w  Upper lloor, house near Dougal  Park. Brighl 2 bdrm., fireplace,  Iresh paint and carpets, specious  yard and deck, creek, $650. Avdl.  July 1.8864526. ��27w  1 bdrm., view, basemenl suite.  8864248 or 8864406 eves.��26w  3 bdrm. home in Gibsons, S.  Fletcher, view, avail. July 1. Adult  oriented, appl., rets please. 922-  7836. ��25w  Quiet, convenienl Wesl Sechelt.  Veiy clean, bright 3 bdrm. 1 den,  3 balh house. Outdoor hot lub,  lully lenced yard, w/w, N/S only.  Rels req., avail. Aug. 1.  $1,0(XVmo. Call 885-5667. ��25w  THEWESTPORT  1 $ 2 bdrm apts. available July 1.  Located opposite Gibsons Maiina.  Quiet 8 secure. Laundiy in bidg.  Easy walking distance to shops $  the beach From $590.895-3420.  ���2501  2 bdrm modem in park-like setting,  creek. Near mall. No pets. $875.  886-2454. #25cn  Large 2 bdrm duplex in Gibsons,  S/S, dean, quiet, 3 appl's. Jdy 1.  $825, discount for seniors. No  pets. 1421-5247. ��25cn  Pretty 3 bdrm waterlront house,  secluded swimming beach. 5  appl's. Avail. July or Aug. 1.  $1,200 p/mo. Redrooffs. 925-1251  ��25cn  Bachelor  Suites  BYhtOhfTHORWEEK  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  mths  REALTY LTD.  Don Sutherland  Waterfront, 2 bdrm.  older home  Franklin Rd., $750/mo.  ' IriHi!?  iSwauiBi  2 bdrms, lower lloor of house in  Gibsons. Freshly painled, F/P,  W/D, great view. $55tVm th. Avail.  Jdy 1.255-9924 or 534 Sargeant  Rd ��26cn  ViEW -GI6SONS- 2 bdrm house,  central location, pnvate, no dogs,  great view. $575 month. Can 886-  8923. Avdl. now. ��27cn  Partially fum. 2 bdrm house. Appl's  ind. Harbour view, lower Gibsons.  July 15. $550/month. 886-2184.  ���2701  Upper Gibions, large bright 2  bdrm apartment. UM. Avail. Jury 1.  8854277 or 1-256-5470.   12701  2 bdrm, lower lloor ol house In  Gibsons, freshly painted, f/place,  washer/dryer. Greet view.  $5801*10. July 1. 255-9924 or 534  Sergeant Rd. I27cn  Avail, immed. cosy 1 bdrm Gibsons, lacing beautiful garden.  $370 ���util. 3514540.       ��25cn  2 bdrm. suite, view w/w w/d,  across Gibsons Marina, $625/mo.  8864737. K25w  2 bdrm. trailer, Cedars Trailer  Court. 8654313. ��25w  Waterlront 1 bdrm. cabin, Lee Bay,  Pender Harbour. Elec. heat, washer/dryer, $400.863-9446.  ���25w  2 bdrm. main floor, lower Gibsons.  Spacious, Iresh paint, carpets t  drapes, F/P, deck, yard, creek.  Jdy 1, $650.8864528.     ��25w  Waterview Glbaons, 3 bdrnt., 21/2  bath, gangs, 2 sundecks, kitchen  with nook, 5 appl., s/d duplex,  $850. 1-296-5215. ��5w  Duplex, Selma Puk, avail. July 1,  SaXVmo. 885-7855. ��25w  Modem 2 bdrm. home with view  near Secrel Cove, 5 appis., 2 fireplaces, $600/mo., avail. July 1.  Rail,nopetsiVS 863-2423.I26W  Sdl-contained large 2 bdrm watertront suite on Porpoise Bay. 5798  Marine Way. $800/./ Slove $  Iridge. 985-9343 Vancouver.��25cn  Gibsons. 3 bdrm duplex, view, w/w  carpets, 5 appl's, carports. Large  lol. No pels. Avail. July I.  $6<XVmo. 886-4203 or 5624032.  ���2501  1 bdrm. accommodation, $325,  available immediatdy. 8864225.  ���27w  Roomy upper duplex, 3 bdrm.  avail. July 1.$800/mo. incl. S/C  oven, Indge W/D. Must have refs.  Rbts.Ck. 886-7975 Iv.mess.i27w  WATERFRONT! Luxury 2 bdrm.  wilh large balcony, 5 new appl.,  central Gibsons, $750. toll free 1-  9794421. I27w  Spacious near new 3 bdrm.  duplex, 2 1/2 baths, 6 apd-, upper  Gibions. Exc. location, near  schools - shopping, N.P. Rels.  req., avail, immed. $825. 885-  9540. I26w  Shared accommodations avail.,  $350/mo. 6864309 alt. 6pm.��25w  1 bdrm. house, 2 appl., Gibsons  near marina, $510/mo. avail  immed. 6864923. ��25w  2 bdrm. duplex, upper Gibsons  view, avail. July 1, $600,683  5781. ��25w  Jdy 1, Wilson Ck., immaculale2  bdrm. upper deluxe, 1/2 acre view  lot. Fireplace, deck, carport,  appis., $720. 885-0432.or 886-  6206 TFN  Ux*ing to rent e house or willing  lo exchange my apartment house  located in Montreal lor a house or  apartment located on ths Sunshine  Cosst between August 1-21. Ask  tor Marin 885-7483. TFN  .   .- .. .. ��� ���.. - ���    ���     ���  -'-*-*- ���--���������    - ��������� ^______________________  _^mam_mijgtm_w_m_m_wm Coast News, June 21, 1993  25  Gibsons, 3 bdrm., 2 balhs, F/P  insert, decks, 3 app., $850 plus;  also 1 bdrm., soaker lub, bright,  deck, $500 plus. Arthur 885-9859.   I25w  Waterlront 1 bdrm apt. in Secret  Cove. NS, no pels, $450. Lv.  mess. 885-9368. TFN  45dir*P%  Smalll engine repairs Hauler  saws, lawnrtioavers, garden equipment. Call Sieve 8864783. ��27cn  KELLY'S SERVICES  Septic tank pumping, portable td  let rentals. CaH anytime. M8-2J4S  or eel 220-5281. ��31w  1,000-5,000 sq It central comer  location (Whart $ Hwy 101). 732-  9746. ��25cn  HOMEOWNERS  HELKINE  _J\Wtk 1J(��1_T  LANDSCAPE EDGING  FREE ESTIMATES  aas-oC7��  Conipleas6obcal Services  Excsvstfng-l*ex��ing  Retailing WaHs- Trenching  Landscs^&>nstrajction  Drainage  community  6BS0NSIANMNG  721 Winn Rood.  1,000 sq. It. ol office  space available, July 1st;  offices can be rented  individually. For more inio.  or to view cal lenka al  872-0284 9:004:30,  Mon. lo Fri. or 941-3036  Lawrs/Otjtdoor cleanup. Man/men  available casual or regular bads,  reliable. 8864822. ��27w  Will's Window Washing and Yard  Maintenance. 885-7733.    *27w  For Rent - Seamount Industrial  Park, Ugh1 industrial, seivice commercial, up to 2,000 sq H, 10' railing, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq It  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 886-2663 days, 686-9075  eve* TFN  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall available. Wheelchair facilities. 885-  2752 or 885-9863. TFN  Industrial workshop avail, immed.,  Gibsons, 750 sq. It. unit, $475/mo.  9214751. TFN  Robeils Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  30x40 It. shop with one hoist,  $700/mo. 886-2031 days.   TFN  1050 sq. II. newer bulking, ground  level, good localion, Sechelt.  $795/mo. gross! 885-2099 eves.  ��27w  B PAINTING  Interior, Exterior,  Residential &  Commercial Small  |obs a specialty,  " qually workmanship  and materials - eslmales tres  Weak        8851360  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentiy, drafting, free estimales. Relerences  available. 8864463.        TFNs  |7fc StMttt S/tetotUM  WHEELER  ELECTRIC  RESIDENTIAL &  COMMERCIAL  886-3700  Col.328-6927  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 yean experience, lirm rates,  Iree estimates, no job too small or  too large. Bruce 885-9576.   TFN  Man seeking work - lull time or  part time, printing, mechanically  inclined and Class 5. John 886-  2231. ��25w  Experienced trained homecare  worker, good rales, excellenl ids.  8864363. ��6w  .Merry Services  Carpet and Upholstery cleaning.  Special 1 room, $29.50, any dze.  Rdiade and reasonable. Call Rick  865-9899. ��25w  CUSTOM DESIGN SERVICES  Custom home designs and drawings. Prolessional engineer!  reports, commercial designs. Project Management. 886-4743.��27cn  Kwik Kerb landscape, edging. Free  estimates. 8854678.       *26cn  E&EI&  PHOTOGRAPHY LAB  CUSTOM  Cok>ur*B/W  TUES-SAT10-5  BETTY DEMARCE  886-4586  287 Gower PI. Rd,  Gibsons Landing  111 YOUR HANDiMAN  Porches, Additions, Rsmoddling,  Sdaiiums, No job too small. Bill at  8884380 or 24 hr. pager 1-977-  6502 TFN  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 883-  2978. TFN  SPOTLESS PAINIWG  ft WALLPAPERING  ��� Specialty Fan la hee  * Pleasure Washing  FREE EBTIMATES  885-7838  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  t*aa*WnFUl TRUCK-  MOUtTODEOurWrl!  BEsrposseif RESULTS  886-3823  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard clean up, light moves, odd  jobs, quick, friendly seivice. 885-  9694,326-1811 cdl. ��26w  Man/men with pickup lor dump  runs, moving, etc. Rob 8884822.  ���27w  Hard working college student will  do odd jobs, wash windows, etc.  Mike. 8864885. ��27w  Assemble light products at home.  Excd. income, easy woik. Call lor  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623-2380  ext.A74. TFN  Loving care giver tor 3 $ 2 yr dds  in my Roberts Creek home. 885-  0299. ��27cn  2 lemales wanled for part-lime  work. 1 typewriter avail. Call Chris.  886-2260. ��27cn  Models, dl varieties d body types  needed lor life drawing dasses in  Gibsons. 886-9665. TFNs  Bookkeeper lor small one man  business lo trial balance. Phone  885-7833 eves. ���26w  ndajealai clerk wanted. Reliable,  us, sefrnvjttvsted per-  \ P.O.S. computer exporter busy retail hardware  Item Apply with resume to Landing Home Hardware, Gibsons.  ���25cn  Food industry manufacturers representative needed. New meat  product requires Sunshine Coasl  representation. Protected territory ���  great add-on product. Reply Box  394, Coast News, Gibsons.��25cn  Msds on Wheds needs volunteer  drivers once a week, lor 2 hrs. Jdn  this vital community program. You  can make the diflerence! Call 885-  5144. Ask lor Dana.        ��25cn  Hiring full time sales stall. Involves  weekend work. Call Cindy, Show  Piece Gallery. 886-9213.   ��27w  Experienced painter or painters  helper required. Applicant must be  abl9 to wtxk independently and be  trustwoithy. 8854340 Nick. ��25w  People with knowledge d physical  fitness to work as personal fitness  advisors. Resumes to S14A, C1,  RR4, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.��26w  Immediate lull-time employment  aval, lor energetic, sdl-motivated  short order cook. May apply at  Gramma's Pub between 3 lo 5 pm,  Mon-Thurs. TFN  Garden Bay Pub - experienced  short order cook; also cleaning  person needed. 883-2674. ��5w  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED ��� Host  families are needed lor exchange  sludenis Irom Belgium and Hong  Kong. Program is tor one year and  will start this August. Sechelt Cde-  braiion Days is looking lor a person lo organize a mini-baseball  tournament on the evening d July  1. Friends ot ths Sechell Library  are looking lor supporters d the  library who can be involved in  upcoming run events. Drivers are  still needed lor Meals on Wheds  A sile manager is needed for a  one-day summer festival in  Sechelt.. For these and more  opportunities call the Volunteer  and Inlormation Centre at 885-  5881. TFN  Salesperson to call on businesses  introducing Printing Products. 886-  3254104. ��27w  Gibsons law ollice requires part  time computer consutlad lor Novak* and MS DOS computer configuration in network environment.  886-2207. ��50l  EASY ASSEMBLY any hours,  $339.84 week, family d 3 earns  $4417.92 monthly. 24 hour hotline. 801-379-2985. Copyright  ���BC0104S2. ��28cn  Carpentry renovation and repair,  20 yrs. experience. Call Steve  8864763. ��25w  Reliable, Efficient, Painting,  Renovations - Reasonable Rates,  relerences available. Free estimates. Any time Kip Poitras 886-  7374. ��25w  WINDOW CLEANING  Coast wide ��� Iree estimates ��� have  rds. Please leave message. Ron  885-5056. ��5cn  Free Estimates  Firm Prices  Brace FjfiMr  -889-9576  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  Are You Wanting  Yom Business  TO PROSPER!  Strategic Business  Consulting  Available At  Reasonable Rates  Tel: 1986-2596  Two adorable happy children  (aged 2 8 7 months) require lull  time sitter beginning end of June  for summer months. Call 886-  7972. ��25cn  Responsible, experienced live-out  nanny, will provide loving fun slim-  dating child care and light housekeeping lor July 1 August. Lisa  ���27w  COAST CONSTRUCTION  SERVICES  Complete renovations, finish car-  pantry, concrete work, retaining  walls, septic fields, landscaping,  mini excavator. Bruce. 8850908.  ���25cn  licensed After School Care  St. Bart's Hall  (near Gibsons Elementary)  ret Agei 5-9  ttoant now foi str���mat  886-2064  KW \R,,\\I)  Renovations, Repairs, Additions I  and outbuildings. Rot 8 insect I  damage. 8854070. ��25w  I      WORD  PROCESSING  * Laser Printer*  Sunshine Office  Services  Phone/Fax  8854390  885-0230  House cleaning seivice tor senior  and disabled adulls. Bonded,  supervised employees. Established non-profit organization.  Phone 885-5144. ��25w  FOWUaft  GENERAL  CONTRACTING  SITE MANAGEMENT  FORMING: FRAMING  RENOVATIONS: SUNDECKS  PLUMBING  EVES. 886-7309  Carpenter. B.C. Varcoe. 885-7977.  ���2501  HOUSE 1 BOAT CLEANING  Honest, dependable and hard  working. 8854198. ���26cn  Carpet 8 lino installations 8  repairs. 8854191. ��25cn  Concrete - Specializing in driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, exposed  aggregate. 8664095.      TFNs  Artwlus Construction  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  8 HUSQVARNA  FOREST & GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Forest & Garden  Dealerships  available for Sechelt  Call Dorhn at  Tideline Marine  885-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY  ' lawn and garden care' Ponds:  waler gardens ' Case '1640 Skid  Steer Loader' Cedar Decks:  Patios' Bill 865-5448,970-2019.  ���28*  LAWN AND GARDEN  Specializing in gardening and  Cheryl 8 Al's 8 Kids, Home I  Yard Cere House during, lawn  cutting, Trimming, Rototilling OR?  Babysitting. For into 8854251.  ���26w  ��� Pruning - Trimming ��� Fertilizing  Garden Clean-up  Commercial 8 Residential  8854180 lv. mess.  Mobile  Steam Cleaner  For Hire  ��� Restaurants  ��� Boats  ��� Houses  ��� Trucks  ��� 3600P.S.I.  302�� F Temp.  Ask for Rick  885-7670  Renovating?  Adding on?  Need repairs?  Certified Journeyman Carpenter.  Brad 8864652 12501  C G Cleaning Services windows  and construction cleanup. 885-  7571. ��7w  IrVVf   IW .WMflaWBem  NRT��BUIANDSAW  ���MISiRVKEWIU  CC*��TOYC4J��HI0flllTY  TOCUTYOWlOOl  aaa-oaro  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  "SEBERRY SERVICES"  Lawns cut, need whacking windows and gutter cleaning. Call  Rick. 8054899. 12601  Certified 'A' welder would like lo  relocate. Message 1-291-7599.  ���26w  Lighl hauling, yard and basemenl  clean-ups. Senior! discount.  Norm. 8864503. ��26ot  Mountainside pressure washing,  all surfaces. Free estimates. 885-  6159Shawneves. l2Scn  One ton truck lor hire. Will do pressure washing. Reasonable rates.  886-2108. NOW  MINI STORAGE  LOCKERS  SECHELT'GIBSONS  U LOCK INC.  Gibsons: 886-8460  Sechelt: 885-6422  0* Sift "Mtttetafememt  MINI  STORAGE  885-0333  40  Too Lale  to Classify  Need summer child care? Conscientious, experienced 17 yr old,  student, Ikes children, looking lor  summer employment. Have own  transportation. Excel, refs. Call  Jessica 885-4099. ��27Cn  Summer child care available in  bright, spacious home, flexible  hours. 888-7375. ��27w  COOLtMNNM  a?"*101B" SZ ^JMkmT^Ml ** ** ��� ***** 1 bdm.  Removal, Insured, Guaranlssd rubbish removal, moving, yard ^ F/p ^^ <jm_ 4 ^^  _^ma.itmCmrt,tM_*��.  Lower Qlbsons. Avail. July 1,  Confident they can earn some financial help from the community, Pegasus soccer team le working  weekends raising funds to travel to the North American Indiginoiu Games in St. Albert, Sask.  Joel Johnstone photo  Businesses, individuals congratulated  for commitment to Gibsons' heritage  by Fred Inglis  Gibsons Heritage Week has  recently taken place. This is a  week dedicated to honouring  our heritage and honouring the  landing of George Gibson here  107 years ago.  The society wishes to thank  all those business and individuals who participated in our competition.  Everyone and everything  looked so wonderful that it was  difficult for our judges to  choose winners. The society  was touched by the depth of  thought and research which had  gone into the displays.  We would like to thank our  judges for Iheir care and consideration. They were Jack Inglis;  Harry and Margaret Smith; and  Megan Camposano and Rio  Bond from Gibsons elementary  School.  Their choices were as follows: best overall winner: the  Bank of Montreal; best decorated window: first, lhe Landing  General Store; second, All  Occasion Flowers; third, Sew  Much More; besl costumes:  first, Bank of Montreal; second,  Gussy's; third, Coast Books.  It was heartening to see such  community involvement and we  wish to congratulate all participants.  We would also like to  announce the winners of the  Heritage Raffle: first, Pat Forst,  framed needlepoint picture  donated by Ken Barton; second,  Bronwyn Sutherland, voucher  from Quality Farms; and third,  Mathew Austin, basket of note-  cards.  All monies raised from the  raffle are for the Community  Cultural Centre at the Women's  Institute Hall.  If you wish to make a donation towards this worthy cause,  send your donations to Box 955,  Gibsons, or contact 886-8998  for further information. All  donations are tax deductible.  Food industry manufacturers representative needed. New meat  product requires Sunshine Coast  representation. Protected territory -  great addon product. Reply Box  394, Coast News, Gibsons.��25cn  Have your own business, work  your own hours, selling exquisite  fashion jewelry by an all Canadian  company. Call Linda 988-5178 a  Teresa 469-2664. ��26w  Want an opportunity to become  involved in network marketing with  no quotas, no inventory, bonuses  paid weekly I more? 8850X1.  ���26w  Notice to Frank Leung. Pick up  your vehicle from my property by  Jury 3,1993 or it will be sold al a  public auction. I25cn  INVITATION  TO TENDER  Sealed Tenders for  Culvert Installation and  Rock Removal to  maintain surface and  ditching on the Sechelt  Forest Service Road will  be received by the  Ministry ol Forests at  7077 Duncan Sireel  Powell River British  Columbia V8A 1W1 until  3:30 p.m. on June 30,  1993.  All enquiries should be  made to Trent Meyer or  Glenn Allen, Ministry ol  Forests, Sunshine Coast  Forest District Powell  River Office. Phone 485-  0700 Fax 485-0799.  Contract particulars are  available from the Districl  Manager, 7077 Duncan  Street, Powell River,  British Columbie VBA  1W1. Telephone No.  485-0700 or 1975 Field  Road Sechelt, British  Columbia, Telephone  No. 885-5174.  Tenders must be  completed on the lorm  and submitted in the  envelope supplied In  accordance with the  conditions ol tender.  No lender shall be  considered which  contains eny qualifying  clauses whatsoever.  The loweet or any  Tender will not  necessarily be accepted.  Site viewing is  considered mandatory  and Is echeduled lor  08:30 hours on June 24.  1993 at Ihe Sechelt Field  Ollice, 1S7S Field Road,  Sechelt.  Transportation lo site will  be responsibility ol the  Tenderers.  Sealed Tenders for  supply and installation of  a multlplate corrugated,  galvanized steel Arch  Culvert al the Husdon  Creek Crossing of Ihe  Sechelt/Alrport Forest  Service Road will be  received by the Ministry  of Forests at 7077  Duncen Street Powell  River British Columbia  VSA 1W1 until 3:00 p.m.  on June 30,1993.  All enquiries should be  mede to Trent Meyer or  Glenn Allen, Ministry of  Forests, Sunshine Coast  Forest District Powell  River Ollice. Phone 485-  0703 Fax 485-0799.  Contract particulars are  available from the District  Manager, 7077 Duncan  Street, Powell River,  British Columbia VBA  1W1. Telephone No.  485-0700 or 1975 Field  Road Sechelt, British  Columbia, Telephone  No. 8B5-5174.  Tenders must be  completed on the lorm  and submitted In the  envelope supplied in  accordance with the  conditions ol lender.  No lender shall be  considered which  contains any qualifying  clauses whatsoever.  Sile viewing is considered mandatory and is  scheduled lor 08:30  hours on June 23, 1993  at the Sechelt Field  Ollice, 1975 Field Road,  Sechelt.  Transportation to site will  be responsibility ol the  Tenderers.  YOU GET WHAT  YOU PAY FOR-  and it pays to advertise  in the  fflfiwn  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  taW-lLftiHi'.-.  For the Best Results call  886-2622 or 885-3930  885-3917.  TFNs  S47CVmo. 666-2807.  ��28w  I6LAI--JD6 JZU5J  Gambler Island  Thist Committee  Notice or  Public Hearing  NOTICE is hereby given that the public, including  all persons who believe their interest in properties  affected by the fbllowins proposed bylaw, will be  afforded an opportunity to be heard on the matters  contained therein at a Public Hearins commencing  at 6:45 p.m. on Tuesday, June 89,1993 in the  Gambier island General Store, New Brighton,  Gambier Island, B.C.  In general terms, the purpose of proposed  Gambier Island Trust Committee Bylaw No. 52,  cited as "Gambier Island Zoning Bylaw, 1979,  Amendment Bylaw No. 1,1993" is to odd the land  use "Public utility" to the permitted uses within the  Public Institutional 2 (PI2). Areas within the PI2  Zone and subject to this bylaw alteration are  shown generally in the accompanying sketches  which form part of this Notice.  { , QAIV.BI.ER!      IB'LAN|c  All persons who deem their interest in property  affected by the proposed bylaw shall be afforded  an opportunity to be heard in person, by a  representative, or by written submission on all  matters contained in the proposed bylaw, at the  aforementioned time and place.  A copy of the proposed bylaw and relevant  background documents may be inspected at the  Islands Trust Office, 2nd Floor, 1627 Fort Street,  Victoria, B.C. between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and  4:30 p.m., Monday to Friday inclusive, excluding  statutory holiciays, from Wontioy, June 21,1993 up  to and including Tuesday, June 29,1993.  For the convenience of the public only, and not to  satisfy Section 957(2Xv) of the Municipal Act a  copy of the proposed bylaw may also be  inspected on the Public Notice Board at the New  Brighton Wharf, Gambier Island.  Gordon Mcintosh  Secretary  . 26  Coast News, June 21, 1993  I  mMj^        m\t_W   W*    ^mmW   *���  CONTRACTOR  PRICING AVAILABLE  ON FLOORING  ALL WEEK LONG!  WEAR-DATED1 %  IF WE'RE STANDING BEHIND IT,  YOU SHOULD BE STANDING ON IT  INTERIOR DECORATING -  IN-HOME SHOPPING  709 HIGHWAY 101 GIBSONS  Ca*8aWl !����� st fkinr ureme. *a*a%  CREDIT PLANS  AVAILABLE  886-7112


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