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Array , LEGISLATIVE UBUARY  i Parliament Buildings  iVi��ori..B.C.V8VlX4  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  May 18, 1992   Volume 46     Issue 20  Community speaks  out on Interfor flyer  SCRD demands  retraction, apology  By JM. 14V-  Select members of Ihe com  iniiiiiiy may have spoken, but  at least several of the in are  angry wilh lnlernalion.il Forest  Products' interpretation of  what was said after about 10.000 copies of an  eight-page flyer from Ihe company "A Community  Speaks" appeared in Coasl mailboxes lasl week.  following the mailing, Ihe three local govern  mem leaders and al leasl one environmentalist  quoted in the publication said Ihey felt used and  misled by Interfor aboul how Iheir comments  would appear in the flyer. And directors of the  regional district arc demanding a public apology  and retraction from Ihe company for ils circulation.  "I would like lo know whal community they  truly think Ihey represented...because I personally  view Ihis as a total whitewash and an attempt to  waste my time over the pasl two years," said director Jeremy l-'rith, who represents tin; regional district on the Local Resource Use Planning team for  Ihe Tetrahedron. "I will not sil across the table  from Inlerfor if ihey Iry lo pull this kind of  thing...If this board feels il wants lo soft peddle on  this...I'm perfectly willing lo give my resignation  on ihis issue."  Frith said Ihe flyer represented bolh extremely  bad faith on the part of Inlerfor and an attempt to  pre-empt Ihe LRUP process. Inclusion of local  HEU may ratify  wage agreement  government members in Ihe  publication was also "a very  shady thing to do," said I-iill..  "ll gives a message lhat we're,  all behind Interfor as our cor  purine sugar daddy."  Sechelt mayor Nancy MacLarty, Gibsons  mayor Brlc Small and SCRD chairman Peggy  Connor   who were all quoted in the flyer ��� all said  they would have had reservations about commenting if Ihey had realized the context of the overall  publication. "In some cases we were used, not  knowing whal Ihe whole thing was going to be  about." said MacLarty.  Vince Braccwell of Ihe Sechelt Marsh Society -  who was also quoted in the flyer - agreed thai il  wasn't made clear to him how his comments  would be used. "I was surprised lo find out il was  going to every household," he said.  The flyer, produced for Inlefor by Rodon Communications in Burnaby, gives Ihe company's  interpretation of local forest issues, including an  expected reduction in the Annual Allowable Cut  (AAC) of limber for the Sunshine Coast area, as  well as quotes from local people.  Bul both Frith and several other Coast residents  said it uses biased conclusions, oversimplification  of issues and scare tactics about job losses which  aren't fair.  turn to page 3  Janie Espley puts her flock of flamingos out to roost in the evening sun, a flighty business aimed at  creating a few smiles for surprised recipients and passers-by. Joel Johnstone pholo  The executive of the Hospital Employees Union (HEU) is  recommending ils members  accept the latest contract offer  from the Health Labour Relations Association.  The offer, the result of a  study done by a government  appointed mediator, would raise  union wages an average 3.8 per  cent in the first year, 3.2 per  cent in Ihe second, with the  third year of the contract still lo  be negotiated.  "This is an average," Brett  Biggs of Ihe HEU said of the  amounts. "It could vary quite  dramatically for different  employees."  The pay equity issue, one of  the major sticking points for the  union, was also addressed in the  study with an average 2.4 per  cent increase in ihe firsl year  and 2.1 in Ihe second.  "This is a very disappointing  offer," HEU representative  Linda Moseley said, "but it's  better than whal was originally  being offered by the(HLRA)."  She said the HEU members  "had confidence" in the union  execulive and would probably  vote to accept the offer. "This  isn'l over, though," she said.  "This is just a step in the process and we'll keep up Ihe fight  ...during the nexl round of bargaining." The contract is to be  renegotiated in March, 1994..  inside  Ca*k11  Pm**  emmmttj  pm r  aaWaatUI  pm *  a___a_  ptt$U  flNMMMf/  paga13  nuttar  pm ��  lllim MnM  pm**  SpCatflflW  pm**  $pert$  pmir  Stronger stand  needed on Salmon  Treaty, say fishermen  by Jane Seyd  Canadian shares of Fraser  River salmon are under threat  from lobbying efforts of American fishermen, and increased  quotas for the US could have  dramatic consequences for  Coastal communities if the  Americans get whal   ______  they want.  Thai message is  being delivered by  Russell Cameron,  local president of the  Uniled Fishermen  and Allied Workers  Union, concerning  pari of the Pacific  Salmon Treaty which  is up for negotiation ^^^^  at the close of Ihis  fishing season.  All levels of government,  including local leaders, must  present a strong posilion on  behalf of Canadian fishermen,  says Cameron.  "It's going to affect our community quite drastically economically if the Americans get  what they want."  The section of the treaty up  for negotiation concerns salmon  runs on the Fraser River. During  the lasl four years, Americans  were allowed to catch seven  million salmon, said Cameron.  But now, US fishermen want to  more than double that figure to  16 million salmon.  Increasingly, says Cameron,  'It's going to  affect our  community  quite  drastically'  -Russell Cameron  Washington fishermen have  come to rely on Fraser River  salmon. Frazer River runs in the  last four years have been especially high, because of recent  Canadian enhancement work,  and now the Americans want a  much larger quota.  _____ Canadian fishermen say thai isn't  fair.  Under Ihe treaty,  signed in 1985, each  country is supposed  to catch roughly the  number of salmon  originating in their  own rivers. According to that treaty,  the Americans have  360.000 salmon left  this   year,   says  to   catch  Cameron.  But Washington state fishermen have already announced  plans lo catch more than  800,000 salmon, he says, "in  clear violation of the treaty."  Cameron said there are about  60 salmon fishermen in Pender  Harbour, and slightly less than  that number in the combined  area of Sechelt and Gibsons  who will be directly affected by  the treaty.  Local government officials at  Thursday's regional district  board meeting agreed to send a  strong message to Ottawa supporting local fishermen in the  negotiations.  Women in Trades program cancelled  As the Women in Trades  continuing education program  winds up its second year, students are moving into careers as  aviation mechanics, pipe fitters  and heavy equipment operators.  Yel despite the success of  the program, the school district  has decided not to run Women  in Trades again next year.  Holly Lehmann, program  facilitator for continuing education, said the pilot project generated tremendous interest from  Coasi women, but there is a  shortage of trainers. "It's hard  to find interested employers,  and it's hard getting qualified  instructors," Lehmann said.  "That's really been our biggest  problem."  Lehmann said next year's  funding for continuing education is in doubt. If they do get  enough money, ihey will run a  different vocational program  next year, such as hospitality  and tourism. Continuing education might bring back Women  in Trades after two years, she  said.  Ellen Cloutier, who will  graduate from the Women in  Trades program this June,  regrets that the program will  end just as it's getting off the  ground. "It's really unfortunate," she said. "They've got  the interest going now.  "There are a lot of men  interested in this course too."  she said. "There are men working with equipment who don't  know anything about it."  Women in Trades is a nine-  month program of full-time  study which introduces women  to fields such as electronics,  construction, carpentry and  engine repair. Students try a  smorgasbord of different jobs  rather than taking specialized  training in one area. The course  includes two six-week work  placements, where the women  learn a trade with a local  employer.  There's been no shortage of  applicants for the program.  "The interest is high, and it's  very competitive," Lehmann  said. This year, there were 50  initial applicants for the 16  available positions.  The program, which is sponsored by Canadian Job Strategies, pays the women a training  allowance while they learn. The  pay is "comparable to unemployment insurance or welfare,"  said Lehmann.  The dropout rate is low. Of  the 16 women who entered the  Rachel Calvert, a graduate of Women in Trades, is one of the  many women who have benefitted from the program.  Nancy Moote photo  program in the fall of 1990, 14  completed it successfully. Sixteen more women hope to finish ihis year's program in June.  The youngest student was 19  and the oldest in her 50s; many  are single mothers.  About one third of last  year's graduates went on to further training in a trade. Mary-  Lou Richards, who graduated  last June, is now completing a  certificate program in major  appliance repair at Kwantlen  College in Surrey.  After she finishes her training there, she plans to start her  own business on the Sunshine  Coast.  Richards took the Women in  Trades (raining because she was  interested in carpentry, bul during her work placements she  discovered that she was good al  repairs. "1 like fixing things,  making things work again," she  said.  Having all-female classes  was a plus, she said. In her college course, there is only one  other woman student.  Rachel Calvert was already  working as a bulldozer operator, but she decided to take the  Women in Trades course  because she was "having a lot  of trouble" getting into a training program for operating and  excavating.  Before she graduated from  Women in Trades last year, she  was accepted into the course  she wanted at Otter Training  School. She now operates a  loader for B&K Soils.  turn to page 2 Coasl News, M.i> 18, l*��*��J  MOW OPEN   RESTAURANT 1^  Located in Kiuiiiielnook Lodge  Fine Westcoasl Cuisine ��� Ocean View Dining  _      _        i    a   4      ._$��  Open for dinnei 7 days a week ��� 6 pm   I Opm  Reservations recommended ��� 886-2188  h��ot of Cower Point Ko.ul, Ciibsons  news  LRUP seeks Parks ministry participation  TERMINAL  /rarest Products L tcf.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prices  Gamp Run  CEDAR -FIR ��� HEMLOCK  886-7033  by Stuart lamtM.  Ihe Harks ministry may  KMM be involved in Ihe lelra  lieilum I Rl'P (land Resource  I se Planning) process, even lo  the |Hiint of co chairing the process  At an I KIT' meeiing lasl  week, member (ieorge Smith  motioned lhal Parks' representatives be invited to participate  in I Kl P meetings in lighl of a  icceiil provincial announcement  placing the Tetrahedron Plateau  un a list of areas lo be studied  as possible provincial parks and  nilileiness areas.  "II (the Parks ministry) is going lo be looking seriously ,il tin  leti.ilicdion. they should be Involved in this pioccss." Smith said  Ivao weeks ago Premier Mike llaicoiirl announced that a new  ''protected areas strategy will double parks and wilderness areas in  BC b., the yen 2000."   The goal is lo hive 12 pei cent ail tlu  Barry Miller  province protected by the turn  of ihe century and 23 areas,  including the Tetrahedron, are  slated for study.  l-oiesiiy planning officer  Barry Millet, who chaired the  LRUP meeiing said he would  welcome the inclusion of the  Paiks service at ihe meetings,  but said ihey might noi be interested in participating.  "I know thai they (Parks) are  incredibly busy righl now,"  Miller said, "bul il doesn't hurt  lo send oul an invitation."  Miller indicated he wouldn't  mind il the Paiks seivice ended up co chairing ihe LRUP process  with the finest ministry, "I'd welcome their participation in whatever  form," lie said  Must members voted in favoui of Smith's motion with two Interim partita ipauis (the company in line lo log Ihe atea) abstaining.  !**_fc'  F-wKi. _i  ��� /  _sr'/y  $\ -_*  (ieorge Smith  gibsons council notes  Newly elected Aid. Ted  Hume has served notice of  motion that he would like lo see  the town's waterfront park,  widely referred to as Discovery  Park, formally given dial name.  Mayor Eric Small has indicated  he would like to see the public  involved in the naming process.  The issue will be debated at  Tuesday's (May 19) meeting.  Hearing  A public hearing will be held  June 3 lo gather response lo  community plan amendments  for three separate development  proposals. The Ocean Park  I-stales apartment proposal for  Glassford Road is also the subject of a rezoning hearing.  Gibsons budget hikes taxes  (iibsous pi open > taxes will use by eight pel  cent this year in the final budgei approved by  council Tuesday Sewei and watei charges and  user rales will also sec a hike ol between five and  IS per cent  "The property tax increases s.in lx attributed to  many items including die normal costs ol Inflation  increased capital requirements lo replace aging  equipment and projected tosls ol joining the  regional district planning function," said adininis  tralor Dan Legg in a icpint lo council  In addition. Legg cited municipal contributions  to the downtown and uptown revitalization plans  and a recently settled laboui conliacl with BCOEU  municipal employees amounting lo about 10 per  cent over three years as factors in the final budget.  He estimated that joining the SCRD planning  function will cost about SI.VOOO foi the second  half of Ibis year (a figure still to be negotiated).  Meanwhile, the major equipment items involve  replacing au existing dump iruck ($80,000) and  purchasing a sewer flusher ($20,000) lo provide  beltei maintenance of the town's sanitary system.  Sewer frontage rates will rise five per cent,  liom $1.10 to $I.W. lo cover Ihe capital needs,  while usci rales will increase IS per cent (to  $133.30) as those currently in place "are not generating sufficient revenue lo cover normal operating  costs," said Legg.  I he same applies lo waler user rates, which will  go up 10 per cent (to $89.10). The nominal water  frontage rale of $ I is rising to $ 1.05.  After numerous private meetings lo hammer out  ihe budgei details, council gave Ihe bylaw ihree  readings last week wiih little fanfare. The budget  will be formally adopted al tomorrow's (May 18)  council session.  Now Open  J f JLL<US?O0\lS 2  Fine Dining on the Waterfront  L  Fully Licensed  All major credit  cards accepted  ���OPEN FOR LUNCH & DINNERi  11:30 am - midnight  Tuesday thru Sunday  Closed Mondays  885-0900  5663 Teredo Street,  On the Waterfront  at Inlet, Sechelt  Lack of  instructors  speeds  program's  demise  from page I  "It's easier lo get a job if you  have proper training," she said.  "Ihis gives me steady work,  and I do a little excavating on  the side."  After the firsl year of the  program, women began lo hear  about it through word of mouth.  Cloulier, who has "always been  a backyard mechanic," got  interested in the program when  she moved lo the Coast lasl  spring. "I saw the [Women in  Trades] graduation program last  year, and I said jeez, I'd like to  gel into lhal," she said.  Cloulier is finishing her last  work placement as a mechanic  at the Sechell Shell service station and is considering further  training in mechanics.  "Once you gel Ihe learning  program going, it's hard to stop  it," she explained. Cloulier  doesn't want to see Ihe program  end for lack of teachers and  suggested Ihe school district  could advertise for teachers in  Vancouver, or use Iheir own  graduates. "Why don't they get  some of us back, leaching what  we know? It would be like recycling."  Lehmann said Women in  Trades could possibly continue  nexl year,if run privately.  Meanwhile, she hopes the  school districl will find money  for continuing education.  Fresh  Brewed  Coffee  for your office  or place of business  Call Doug at 886*7686  Audrey's  Coffee  Service  Oflice ami Rest.iurant  Supplies and Equipment Coast News, May 18, 1992  news  Elementary enrolment booming  hy Nancy Moots  The number of elementary  students in Sunshine Coasl  schools is growing so fast there  soon won't be enough classrooms to hold them, says school  district treasurer Tim Anderson.  Of Ihe twelve elementary  schools in the region, he expects  seven to be over capacity this  September.  "We will have 5,000 kids in  the system in five years,"  Anderson said, basing his eslimales on current growth rales.  Plans are underway lo build  additions to the Cedar drove,  Blpblnttone, Halfmoon Hay,  and Robeils Creek elementary  schools over the next two years.  However, even with those addi  tions, Ihe total elementary  school capacity for the Coasl  will only be enough for 3,325  kids.  "The building program only  will really accommodate the  children we have right now,"  Anderson said. "We're building  in arrears, not in advance."  Over ihe summer, ihe school  board will pul together a facility  plan for the next four years,  deciding which schools need lo  be expanded and where new  schools should be built. "We  want public input into whal we  should be doing wilh our  schools," Anderson said.  The board will present Iheir  funding request to the Ministry  of Education in the fall, along  with all the other B.C. school  districts, bul it's unlikely ihere  will be enough money for all Ihe  classrooms needed  Two new funds  Two substantial gifts lo ihe  school district will provide  funds for local students, school  board Ireasurei Tim Anderson  announced Tuesday  A local philanthtopist has  established a bursary thai will  provide aboul $5,000 a year for  Sunshine Coasl students who  are going on to study environ  mental technology "I wish I  could tell |the donor'l] name,  because I think he deserves an  accolade." Anderson said.  Because secondary schools are  not eligible for matching grants  liom the provincial governmenl,  the buisary is endowed at  Camosun College in Victoria.  However. Anderson said the  students would not necessarily  have lo attend Camosun College  to be eligible for a grant.  Another trust fund for childien with special needs has been  established in the name of Hope  Rodger. "It will provide Ihe little extras that disabled students  need during Ihe year." Anderson  said lor example, some students with poor vision can do  their homework more easily on  a computer. Ihe trust fund has  started wiih $1,000 in "seed  money," but Anderson hopes  lhat more people will donate lo  Imild up Ihe fund.  Dr. Ronald W. Komm, Inc.  Certified Specialist in Orthodontics  wishes to announce the availability of  ORTHODONTIC SERVICES  at the Sechelt Dental Centre  For appointments call: 885- 2038  THIS WEEK'S SPECIALS  AT ANDY'~  AU PRICES  INCL  GSI  MONDAY  DINNER SPECIAL  $8.95  with appetizer |  S10 95  PRIME RIB  NIGHT  3 - 10pm  Till KSIIAY  PASIA 10% Off  All entrees:  Substitute lasai  or Spaghetti F"  Cash continues to flow into Chapman  Creek Siilmunid Enhancement Society  coffers In efforts to purchase the hatchery. Pender Harbour Wildlife Society  treasurer Roy I Indus, left, presents  society director Bill Chinnick with a  cheque foi $1,500. Gibsons council  added Its name to contributors Tuesday  by donating a $1,000 grant-in-aid to the  cause. However, Sean Reid of the  Enhancement society says despite the  generous donations by the public, about  $35,000 is still needed to complete the  purchase. "Time is getting short," Reid  said, "what we need right now is a  miracle... \ white night to save the  day."  M \I>\Y  BUFFET BRUNCH  Adults $8.95 ��� Children $5.95  Seniots $8.00  11am - 2:30pm  anDaV's 4  HH.HW.W   1111    l,|MsO->S        %��������'  tl>   I IM-   HiriiE   111  Ten thousand copies distributed around Coast  from page 1  "The AAC cutback is because there's  been overcutting, bul Ihey don't say that,"  said Brad Benson, a member of the Tetrahedron Alliance who also sits on the LRUP for  the Tetrahedron. I H  And Frith said while the flyer discusses  logging only 20 per cent of the Tetrahedron,  "Ihey don't discuss the fact they'll have lo  build roads into 80 percent of the Tetrahedron in order to get the 20 per cent oul."  Barry Janyk, who represents the Outdoor  Recreation Council on Ihe LRUP, also questioned inclusion of Ministry of Forests staff  in the flyer and said he would be writing to  the district forest manager about it.  According lo Jonathan Rayner of Rodon  Communications, about 17,000 copies of Ihe  flyer were printed. Of those, aboul 10,000  'Not all of the comments  were angry'  copies were distributed to mailboxes on the  Coast, while the remaining 7,000 will be cir-,  culated lo Inlerfor employees and others in  Ihe forest industry.  One person contacted by Inlerfor refused  to lake part in the flyer, while comments of  three people interviewed were not included.  Comments were edited by Rayner and  approved by those quoted before Ihe flyer  was primed.  Neither Rayner nor local Inlerfor co-oidi-  nator of Ihe project, Bill Lasuta, would comment on cosl of the flyer.  Not all the flyer's comments were angry.  "The environmentalists and the forest  industry both have Iheir belief systems," said  Jan Brinlon, a member of Forest Watch and  Concerned Coast Residents. "It's a perfectly  legitimate attempt to present Iheir position."  "It's a free society...," Bcnsonalso added.  "It's very well wrilten. It's.very well done if  you don'f mind slanting the issues."  Those views, however, weren't shared by  Frith, whose motion lo demand an apology  from Interfor passed at Thursday night's  SCRD meeting, with one vote against and  Iwo abstentions.  "Whether they apologize or not, they've  been asked to apologize," he said. "If they  don't, 1 gel a belter measure of their mettle.  "It's absolutely inexcusable and they  should be told so. 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Take advantage of our state-of-the-art computer  hardware for all your quality output needs.  You can't beat the convenience or our superb  service. For details and further information  please call 886-2622 and ask for Roger.  ***��� Jrt*pOV   v*  " "~'X****��Z?**��*:'?*  -^4_a_^L<^^____lS'ii^  GLASSFORD  PRESS  DESIGN STUDIOS  ���8BO__-  ���v  -_    ���    M  jjlll^ksncnucplca  DOUBLE  YOUR  IMPACT.  When you want maximum coverage of your target customers in the  Sunshine Coast market, you should consider advertising in both  the Coast News on Mondays and  the Coast News Weekender edition on Thursdays.  This double-barreled combination of the Coast News and the Weekender  will ensure that your advertising message covers  your target audience most effectively.  Call the Coast News advertising department today at  885-3930 or 886-2622. Coast News, May 18, 1992  opinion  H  .  Fulminating on  :   forestry flyers  What strange pass have we come lo in the forests of  '. BC? The angry battles and guerrilla laeties of Ihe front*  . line. Ihe standoffs in Ihe woods, are the almost daily items  ! of headlines.  Bul the crisis, for crisis il is, seems at limes to vanish  ; amid Ihe incessant manoeuvring! lor advantage, ihe deter*  ; mined campaigns to gain public sympathy.  The propaganda machines are churning out a profusion  of pamphlets, newsletters, updates, faxes and publications  in an effort to wheedle a select viewpoint into the public  ; consciousness.  The latest issue of the Forest Alliance of BC newsletter  ; laments "a lack of proper information" on the Slate of Ihe  ; enviionmeni and Ihe forest industry in BC The source of  ; this particular nugget of wisdom is an instructor al Ihe  ; World Forest Centre in Portland, Oregon, who argues lhal  ��� forestry is not a major concern for most people.  ��� Bunk.  People are fired up as never before over Ihe stale of  forestry in BC. And lhal. from a cornered industry per*  ��� speetive. is where the problem lies. What to do about It?  Interfor took the unheralded step lasl week of mailing  'every household on Ihe Coasl ils own newspaper on why  ��� chopping down trees is good for us all. To be force-fed  ! such a simplistic economic pill leaves a sour aftertaste.  While implying that broad representation from  !informed interest groups is what's needed to arrive al balanced solutions lo Ihe forestry crisis, such publications  : subvert Ihe very strategies and processes Ihey purport to  '. support.  It's time the glossy manipulation ceased and the earnest  !efforts of such groups as Land Resource Use Plans and  ithe promising Forest Resource Council were given real  J clout.  The high price of  elections  South of the border there may be some reason for con*  ;cern about the health of democracy.  In the wake, one supposes, of Ihe turbulence in American cities. Congress was moved to lake action last week  on a long-standing American grievance. The enormous  ���cost of gelling elected has made it possible for only the  ��� very wealthy to hold office or for those who are beholden  lo the very wealthy.  One Senator spent over $13 million lo keep his seal in  Ihe lasl senatorial election. His Republican counterpart  spent $7.5 million in an unsuccessful bid to unseal him.  One statistic tells us lhat in 95 per cent of American elections it is the candidate who spends the most money who  is successful.  That the plight of the poor goes unattended in a system  so dependent on the expenditure of vast amounts of  money lo attain office can not be surprising.  So Congress moved to put a limit on political spending  and Ihe incumbent President prompted vetoed Ihe bill.  With their cities in ruins and Iheir international position  at the top of the economic heap in jeopardy American  politicians, it would seem, prefer to protect their privileges and attribute blame rather than wrestling with their  growing problems.  Otm^m^aha  Education vision  applauded  The students in this school  district are fortunate to have a  school board that has embraced  the philosophy and direction of  the Year 2000 educational  changes.  The fundamenial recognition  of each person as an individual is  the feature of the Year 2000 lhat  provides opportunities for every  student to explore her or his  potential.  The key ingredient lo the  change is ihe ability of the educational system io offer choices to  students and iheir families in programs and approaches to learning  the necessary basic skills for the  future.  Here on ihe Sunshine Coast,  our schools have developed a  variety of programs lhat offer  students options in iheir education. One such option is French  Immersion and another is Native  Studies, while others may choose  a band program or independent  study.  These are not all suitable or  appealing for every sludent and  together they form a mosaic  within our schools lo capture the  intellect and imagination of all  students.  Thank you members of the  school board for your vision in  creating the necessary options for  our students lo enable them to  face the future with confidence.  MARY FINDLAY  Gibsons  Tolerance for abuse  outrageous  I have been reading all manner of reports aboul a !>9-year-old  grandfather abusing his 12-year-  old granddaughter and sadly  enough, these sorts of stories  aren't becoming fewer.  I am upset by Ihis story for  several reasons; the amount of  excuse-making on behalf of the  charged individual, not only by  the defence lawyer, but by the  family also, and, despite the  words spoken by the judge, the  lack of conviction obvious in the  sentence.  If we are willing as a society  to excuse an individual's actions,  allowing them to avoid responsibility for their choices, if we are  not willing to stand firmly and  strongly in front of our moral  standards with a consequence  suitable to the action, we are lost.  If we truly want lo end domestic violence, that includes sexual,  emotional, verbal and physical  abuse, we best come up wilh  ways lo increase awareness, educate, counsel and consequences  to the one responsible. Also lo  support the scared one in a way  that will allow for healing so ihe  violence won't be passed on.  Judge Giroday is right. We  have a right to be outraged. For  me, I am outraged at our tolerance for ihis type of action.  STEPHEN GARRETT  Garden Bay  a\rea F association  blossoms  About a year ago someone al an  SCRD meeting opined lhat Ihe  only community organizations  along the West Howe Sound  were local water boards, getting  involved in various local matters.  No more.  Formed last fall and now a  growing body, the West Howe  Sound Electors' Association is an  overall community organization  prepared to listen to projects and  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 68  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  problems in all Area F. Already  some of our efforts in this respect  have home fruit.  We meet the second Wednesday in each monlh in Langdale  school gym which has lots of  room and we need it. There is  always a guest speaker - everyone from Gibsons bus personnel  to highways engineers with their  maps and diagrams of the new  ferry terminal. If you live in  SCRD Area F or own property  there you are eligible for membership.  J.E. (JACK) WHITE  Treasurer  Daycare supporters  thanked  Esprit Daycare at Elphinstone  Secondary School has new lawn  for its infants and toddlers io play  on. The Sunshine Coast Teen  Parent Education Associaion  would like to thank all those  whose generosity and hard work  made this possible.  Thank you to B&K Topsoil  for giving us the topsoil we needed; to Swansons for the sand; to  Rob, Kevin and Jamie for doing a  great job laying the sod; to Helen  for organizing ihe whole project,  and lo the weatherman for  arranging the rain at just the right  time.  Our community has been very  supportive of this program and  this is yet one more example. We  appreciate it.  DIANNE EVANS  Coordinator  Signs of hope seen in shade of the old apple tree  I  "There is." said Jake thoughtfully, "just the tiniest sense that this country mav be coming to its  senses."  "I am both delighted and surprised to hear you  say so, Jake. Where do vou detect this new hope-  fulnessr  We were enjoying a glass of orange juice and  sitting in the shade of the oldtimer's apple tree.  The grass was cool and pleasant, flowers of every  imaginable colour were in profusion, the sun had  beamed pleasantly down on the Sunshine Coast all  day and it was in all resp .ts a perfect day in May.  "Well to be truthful im not entirely sure that  my disposition hasn't been sweetened by the glories of this day," and Jake grinned at me over his  orange juice.  "Furthermore," he continued, "the hole that we  have dug for ourselves by our rampant deficit policies and our suicidal free trade policy with our  chums lo the south combine to make our way  ahead a chancy business even if there were io be an  outbreak of common sense in this country."  "Reservations noted and celebration accordingly  muted," said I, "but whererrom comes ihe signs of  hope, Jake?'  "I just have the feeling that this long constitutional fandango may be finally coming to an end  and we can all get on with the business of develop-  musings  john burnside  ing an economy thai works for us. I know, I know.  there is that former football player in Alberta who  seems to have had his head in one too many huddles and is taking the scoundrel's path to power,  but I just have the sense that the country can survive him."  "You mean Premier Don Getty. I mist?"  ."Thai's him alright," said Jake. "Personally I  liked him better when he was playing for the Eskimos back in the mid-fifties. That would be before  your time I take it."  "You would be dead wrong. Jake. I was a  teenage file clerk in Montreal back then and the  Alouettes had Sam 'The Rifle' Eicheveny with Hal  Patterson and Red O'Quinn catching his passes I  became an instant fan. I made the grade with the  local French Canadian boys in Cole St Paul entirely on the strength of my ability to catch the foot  ball. They told me: 'Hey, you play just like dat guy  Red HO"Quinn'  "Those were ihe years. Jake, 1954 through 1956  that the Alouettes met the Eskimos three straight  years in the Grey Cup final and three straight times  Edmonton beat (hem. It broke my heart. Don Getty  was the quarterback in the last two games if my  memory serves me well."  "Ah," said Jake, "the enduring poignancy of  youthful traumas."  "It still hurts. Jake. I can still see Chuck Hun-  singer lateralling the ball to no one at all with a  minute to go in the 1954 final and Jackie Parker  picking it up off the ground and running all Ihe  way down the field with it. Old Spaghetti Legs was  going like a hare.  "In any case don't get me sidetracked down  memory lane, not jusl now. I am anxious lo know  where you have found the signs of a hopeful  future. They have quite escaped me I can assure  you. And what do you mean thai Getty is taking  the scoundrel's path to re-election?"  Jake took the time lo fill our glasses from Ihe  pitcher of orange juice he had thoughtfully brought  out under the apple tree with him.  "Well now." he said finally. T wouldn't want to  get your hopes up too high. The country has gol  itself in a splendid mess and is beset with the lead  ership of fools. But il may jusl be possible that we  are at least going to stop bashing our heads against  the constitutional walls long enough to let ihe ringing in our ears subside.  "It seems to me thai the common sense of the  people of Quebec is going to prevail over Ihe radical elite which comprises Les Separatisms. If my  reading of that old weather vane Bourassa is right,  he thinks that federalism is respectable again in  Quebec. Unless total insanity breaks out we should  be able lo put ihe whole vexatious business behind  us for another generation.  "As for Getty, well after playing Captain Canada during the Meech Lake fiasco, now he is in  political trouble and is playing to the worst elements in Alberta, the anti-French voie.Il's loo bad  he is still the premier, though I suspect he won't be  for much longer."  "Well, I hope you're right Jake," 1 said somewhat doubtfully.  Jake drained his orange juice glass and slapped  me on the back.  "Well, let's not dawdle over Canada's difficulties my boy. What say you and me gel to work and  sling thai hammock between the fruit trees, here.  Then I can ponder on the problems of our days in  peace and comfort."  "You're on, Jake," I said and got to my feet.  ;  COAST^NEWS  'ht Sunsftnt _oki Nms b oca* ownaO arc  putttfitd an f�� Sun*** Com 8C tvtry  MonSv w 3-Mtofl Puts lu to 40 __tora  BC VON IVO '6041 att__2 *_ju60��; -396-7725.  StcM Office to 60. StctW BC 1604) 886-  3030. 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Sneer ���  I  Youi community's  AWARD-WINNING  new spaper Coast News, M.iy 18, 1992  opinion  Tote that barge, lift that bale  livery day. pretty well, it seems we get word ol six hunched people  being laid off here and fifteen hundred people being laid nil there,  and all with little hope of recovery, Education is suggested Retrain  ing. Hut retraining Inr what A situation seems In he growing up here  where mine and more people are perhaps going to be practically  unemployable.  I am not an economist, noi a businessman, oi any conceivable  kind of social scientist, so il would seem on Ihe lace of it that I don't  really have much lo say about this di//yingly downward spiral  I have a little experience in ihe business ol finding woik lhat will  get paid for at the end of llie day where no woik in my own field  Seemed available. Free lance writcis can al limes tall into a bil of a  slough where there are no jobs around, oi maybe only jobs Ihey don't  want to do. Stuff can gel pushed al llie poor sods that they just won't  bloody well touch with the proverbial barge pole  in Ininnlo in the mid 'Mis a friend from Ireland, now writing loi  one oi ihe tviicr newspapers in the world, Ihe lush I imea, and I were  in this son of dilemma. We could get jobs hut scorned to do the kind  ol thing we were called on lo do We dropped mil which was ridicu  Ions you might say, but we weie relatively young al llie lune  Dm dropping out created hardly a ripple among ihe then eslab  lishetl producers and editors and publishers nl llie town, hut lot us il  dill mean lhat we weren't making any money I van. experienced and  alert as we we may have been, slill we hud to sleep somewhere, cai  something, turn up looking < >k at the pub. and pay loi out beei  We went to the daily casual laboiu market You got there early,  like barely aftei Ihe crack of dawn You clocked in. offering to do  anything legal. Ihere was collee supplied, copies of the Globe and  Mail, and two chess sets, which was one of the reasons lhal you got  Ihere early.  A wide variety of the multicultural would stride, slip. Stumble and  otherwise anise and be silling about convivially about si\ in the AM  In a nutshell  s. nutter  Much oi the conversation iron fiom the business section of the  Globe There were, you came to realize, sophisticates of labour, vel  eians nl Kilimat. elc People who could seriously gauge the heave  and hn against the monetary returns and. In the nicest degree, Ihe elusive corporate benefits.  Yet you had to realize i�� those earl) mornings, with people who  were beating you at chess, that they were stuck in Ihis damn thing and  possibly lot life  Ihe jobs would start gelling handed out. You could spend your  day carrying frozen beeves into a refrigerator or tossing mailbags  aboul in au unlit warehouse You could lv eight hours al the end of a  constantly rolling line piling up cases ut soil drinks onto pallets, or  you could be olhei wise bent ovei picking celery I spent one very hot  day  I remember, cleaning Baton's candy kitchen with a steam hose.  My liish friend ultimately spew .1 day in someone's leaky base  ���ti.nl wealing a slicker and snu'westei and cleaning old kerosene  lamps lhal had been stored for years in some kind of grease.  What kind of experience did Ihis actually end you up with. Not  much really ll lefl the mind fiee generally and toned up the muscles  somewhat hut left little to build on.  Mike went back to Ireland and I started a little something called  film Planning, and life went on.  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In  all the universe we still have nut  found another habitable planet  This is it! And rain or shine it's  beautiful! '  A large number of happily  gumbnote'd Coastal residents  showed up io enjoy i| and work  towards preserving It. We'd like  to thank the many people who  made die day so special.  liirlh Dny committee  PAT RIDGWAY  Youth misinformed  about condom use  Let me describe why not one  of 81)0 sexologists at a recent  conference raised a hand when  asked if Ihey would trust a ihin  rubber sheath to protect them  during intercourse with a known  HIV-infected person. And yet  they are perfectly willing lo lell  our kids thai 'safe sex' is within  reach.  Fact: There is no such piotec  linn as 'safe sex'. I don't care  what doctor or parent tells you  Please take care of yourselves  and I am so very sorry lhal out  government and adult advisors  are telling you otherwise. You  are going lo have lo decide for  yourself, because Ihis issue is  not being properly laughl  Condoms cannot even he  accurately tested foi AIDS pro  lection since the virus is one  tenth Ihe si/e of the smallest  hole Viruses are 4M) limes  smallei than sperm Researchers  studying surgical gloves made  out of latex. Ihe same material in  Condoms, lound channels of five  microns that penetrated the  entire thickness of llie glove  Now listen the HIV virus  measures between I and t  microns (liven these findings  what rational informed person  would liust theii life to such  flimsy .iiiiioin Remembering  thai sperm is 450 limes larger  than viruses consider these facts  Condoms fail 15.7 per com ot  llie time in preventing piegnan  cy among married couples They  fail up in 44 percent of the time  in preventing pregnancy among  young unmarried women  groups, The British Medical  Journal reported Ihe failure rate  due to slippage and breakage lii  be 2d per ceni  (liven these findings il is  obvious why we have a word for  people who rely on condoms as  a means of birth control We call  ilicm "parents." It is also true  that oui youth will be tonioi  row's slats ou condom use and  HIV infected ratio  One mistake is all il takes.  I he young victim who is told by  his elders thai this little lutes  device is 'safe' may not know he  is risking lifelong pain and even  death for so brief a window ol  pleasure. What a burden In place  on an Immature mind and body.  Immature by virtue ol age  Planned Parenthood's own  data show that the number one  reason teenagers engage in  intercourse is peer pressure!  Iheieinie anything we dn 111  imply lhat everybody is dning il  lesulis in more, noi fewer people who give the game a Iry.  Condom distribution programs  do not reduce the number of  kids exposed fo disease Ihey  radically Increase ii  W.mi prool nl that fact''  Since planned Parenthood i>|h-  programs began ill 1970 unwed  pregnancies have increased 87  pet cent among 18 and 1�� year  olds likewise abortions aiming  teens lose lo Uft.-)(M) in 1488;  unplanned births weni up 61 per  cent and venereal disease has  Infected a generation of youiig  people.  I lowevet. when a doctor goes  into oui highschools telling Ihe  sludenis lhat they should use  condoms as a measure of safety  it's no wonder they want the  machines. As u youth you may  say "they musl be sale or why  would we be told such a thing'.'"  I ruth'  These adults feel you are not  intelligent enough lo say no.  Their reasoning is yon are gning  to do it anyway so a bandaid is  betlet than no aid. Well. I'm  snny I say llie ynuth of tnilay  aie plenty able enough to make  life and death decisions I he  effort thai Paul (iiliner, Becky  Jollcoeui mill Laura Zealand put  forth whs excellent  I do, however, suggest that  the sludenis who completed the  survey were not Informed to  niiike a propel decision Ihe  lads have mil been given to  them  It's not so much llie stu  OUTDOOR  LIVING SHOW  TRAIL BAY MALL  SECHELT  VJ M MAY 21,22 & 23  A  FOR MORE INFORMATION OR SPACE RENTAL CONTACT  ILLAIVA HOLLOW AY  885-3651  elfins who aren't sexually active  because even if jusl one  becomes active due to the con  venience lhat is one too many.  It's ihe sludenis who are sexual  ly active that need these facts.  These sexually active youths  need to know the grand risk they  are ai with condoms. It does not  slop the HIV virus or any other  viius from being transmitted.  Slop youi sexual activity and  get the facts for yourself. Not  liisi what you want to hear. I am  sony to lell you because I know  you are enjoying youi sex life.  Bul abstinence is the besl way  both from intercourse and oral  sex. I'd rather take away your  lun lor now than your life for  keeps.  E. 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Buroyne's French 12 class sponsored  an International Forum teaturirtg presentations oy Elphin-  stone's exchange students These young people Irom  Australia. Costa Rica. Germany. Finland and Belgium  made presentations about their countries and answered  questions Irom the audience Alterwards. everyone  enjoyedlunch consisting of food from France and all Ihe  featured nations - a gourmet's delight.  NATALIE WINS CAP COLLEGE FEES  At the recent Ms Infinity conference tor grade 9 and 10  girls, Natalie Brind, a grade 10 student from Elphislone,  won halt a years fees to Capilano College. Congratulations, Natalie'  MATH 12 CAMP COMING SOON  Students taking Math 12 will soon be going to another  weekend Math 'camp' Parents will be getting more  details later.  GENERATION 2000  A group called Generation 2000 will be giving a presentation to students May 19 from 9-10 AM at Elphinstone.The  purpose of the group is to encourage pride in Canada. All  members of the community are welcome to attend.  IMPORTANT DATES  May 25, 7 30      -Parents Advisory Council  June 9,   7:00      -Awards Ceremony  June 22. 7:00      -Commencement Ceremony/ Dry Grad  kr Stuart lumtle*  A ciack down is coming for poacheis in  BC and Ihe Sunshine Coast may be a target  aiva for increased surveillance.  Ihe Ministry ol the Environment (MOB)  has documented a "dramatic increase" in Ihe  illegal killing of I variety of animals in  which only select body parts an* taken. In a  press release from the BC Wildlife ledera-  tion (H('WI'). a mounting trend has surfaced  in Nonh America in which parts of animal  anatomy, like the gall bladders of bears and  velvet antlers on deer and elk, are sought and  highly regarded by segments of the Asian  community for perceived aphrodisiac and  medicinal benefits  "It's something that's happening more  and more in BC," said the Coast's conserva  tion officer Doug Pierce, "and now steps are  being taken lo try and stop it."  It was announced lasl week that IS undercover agents would be added to the Environment Ministry's roster for Ihe purpose of  combatting "professional" poaching around  the province.Pierce said thelocations of the  undercover operations were secret for security reasons, and he couldn't rule the Coast out  as a possible spot.  Pierce said the investigations done by  undercover agents could follow a trail that  led all over all over Nonh America. He told  of one investigation involving a falcon (captured illegally for sale in the Middle East)  lhat was discovered in l-'lorida and traced  back to Ontario.  "Ihe guys doing (the poaching) are serious," he said. 'They're the same kind of  people who deal in drugs and Ihings like  thai...they don't cate about laws, jusl profit"  The BCWP is pushing the federal governmenl to make monetary penalties much  higher for poachers. They are asking thai, in  addition to the regular fines and punishments  for poaching, a mandatory amount be  attached lo every animal illegally killed.  They are calling for a flat fine of $2,500  for endangered species, $2,000 for grizzly  bears and $1,000 for most other large game  species, Ihe proceed! of which would go into  the Habitat Conservation liinil lo maintain  and enhance habitat throughout BC  Don't touch 'abandoned' baby animals  by Doug Pierce  and Cindy Rudolph  It's thai lime of year again,  when young birds and mammals  are being born and many may  become separated from their  parents for various reasons. It's  natural for people to want to  help an animal they feel is in  distress, and often they are taken  home with the best of intentions.  Bul often this is (he wrong  thing lo do. In many cases parents and young can be reunited.  Often young birds will fall from  the nest and all they need is a  helping hand to get Ihem back  into their nest. The parents are  best suited lo find proper food  for their young and to teach  them to survive as adults.  By interfering too hastily, we  don'l allow this lo happen. Wiih  a lol of effort and expertise animals can be raised in captivity  and relumed to the wild, but we  can only guess if they survive  after release. Their chances are  always jeopardized if not raised  by their parents.  You may also come across  baby mammals such as deer,  squirrels, raccoons or even bear  cubs. Again, it is important not  lo pick these animals up. In  most cases the mother has only  temporarily lefl her young while  she forages for food. She is usu  ally mil far away.  Occasionally dogs or oilier  predators will chase the mother,  causing her lo be separated from  her baby for many hour*.. In this  case, the best thing to do is to  make sure Ihe baby is in a place  that is safe from predators. We  may move a fawn off (he side of  a road, or away from dogs, so  the mother can safely return and  reunite with her young.  In other cases the mother  may be physically prevented  from reaching her young. In a  recent incident in Gibsons a rac  coon had nested in Ihe altic of a  house. The owner boarded up  Ihe entrance, before realizing  the raccoon had Iwo kits inside.  A local wildlife rehabililator  was called in for advise. The  kits were placed in a box on the  roof, and il gave the mother Ihe  opportunity to colled her kits  and lake them to an alternate  place lo raise Ihem.  Before picking up an animal  please conlacl Ihe conservation  officer at 885-2004 for advice,  so that all chances of reuniting  the parents and young can be  attempted, before taking them to  a wildlife rehabilitation centre.  r���C5��a��3ft���i Wild land is needed for gentle'  release of orphaned baby raccoons  Coast News Classifieds  836-2622  885-3930  a member oi  ���CNA  ��  and one of ti92 community  newspapers across Canada  with circulations totalling more  than 5 5 million weekly  help us help  Your Community  Your opinions will help government develop a new capital grants program tor communities throughout British Columbia.  This years provincial budget sets aside halt ol all lottery proceeds tor urgent health care  priorities. The remaining halt goes to general government revenue.  That means there is no longer a separate lottery tunc! and the GO BC program has been  cancelled.  Although the overall amount ol money available has been reduced, we have created a new  Community Grants Program to replace the old program. Grants from this program will be  capital in nature. That is, they will go to eligible community organizations to acquire or  improve assets such as buildings and equipment, not to cover operating costs or provide  services. Other ministries provide operating assistance to qualifying organizations.'  This is an opportunity to ads ise your government. Please take a few minutes to answer  the following questions and mail to the address given below, bv June li. 1992.  QUESTIONS  1     To ensure char pni|ects base significant local support, provincial capital grant programs traditionally pay only 1 ) of the total project costs. Do you think this is  tair' It not. what portion ot the costs do you think the provincial government (that  is, all the taxpayers ot the Provincel should contribute'  2. GO BC had a maximum award ot SI million. Given that funds arc limited do vou  think British Columbia's communities would benefit more from a few large grants  or many smaller grants spread throughout the province' What, in vour view,  should be the maximum grant'  3. What types ot capital projects should the provincial government's Community  Grants Program support'  4. What types of projects should NOT qualify for provincial assistance and why?  Please send your opinions to:  Community Grants Branch  Ministry' of Government Services  1117 Wharf Street  Victoria, B.C.  V8W2Z2        FAX    356-9358  Ministry ot Government Services  Hon. Lois Boone, Minister  A wildlife rehabililator is looking for a safe haven  for raccoons thai were orphaned and now are ready  for release back into the wild. If you are on acreage  or adjacent to unihabited land and would like to participate in the 'gentle' release of these animals, I  would appreciate hearing from you.  'Gentle' release means the installation of a cage  thai would house Ihe raccoons for a couple of weeks  ' of orientation, before opening the cage door and  allowing the raccoons to venture forth at their own  pace, having the security of the cage to fall back on  for food and shelter.  Required from you would be the replacement of  food as needed, while Ihe raccoons adapt to their life  in the wild, ll is critical to keep in mind that these are  wild animals and although raised by humans, have  not been treated as pets, as this would minimize their  chance in the wild.  If you participate in this project we would expect  you to respect this very important part of iheir rehabilitation.  Preferred release sites would include access to  waterfront lhal hosts edibles such as mussels and  crabs, etc.. marshland, mixed forest, year-round  creek for fresh water, low human population density,  etc.  If you are interested in participating please call  me or leave a message - Cindy Rudolph 885-4697.  Cindy Rudolph with her orphaned raccoons.  Swan Hurnsiclc pholi  m AIL UNTAGGED ITEMS')  INCLUDING  ��� NHL Replica Hockey jerseys  -Salem Sportswear baseball Tee's  ��� Duck Feet / Shapes Aerobics wear  ��� Sugoi Cycling Clothing  * Grassroots outdoor Wear  ��� Hi-tec Warntup suits  ���Ocean Pacific Swim wear   . .,  ���PLUS MORE!!!!  1MB EARLY FOR BEST SELECTIOI  IS BEUEVING.(ALL ITEMS LIKE NVJ   <!  GOOD  CENTS��  MM  mm Coast News, May 18, 1992  community  A birthday party is coming  up July I: Canada's 125th. A  fun time is planned for everyone in Dougal Park - a carnival  day for all kids io age 90.  Pancake breakfast will be  served from 8 am io 11 am by  Ihe Kinsmen. Hoi dogs, hamburgers and soft drinks will be  on sale the rest of ihe day by the  Lions Club. Then at 10:30 am  the children's parade starts from  Pioneer Park lo Dougal Park. At  Dougal there will be a flag-raising ceremony wiih Mayor Eric  Small in attendance.  Cake walk  All kinds of entertainment  for the children by way of  games such as the cake walk,  face painling, dunk lank and  story telling by Nesl Lewis,  Karen Bruce and others. Tea for  Ihe adulls in ihe afternoon will  be served in the Kinsmen clubhouse.  Any clowns out Ihere (Ihe  ones in costume) to come and  add lo Ihe day's fun? Tables for  the sale of handmade crafts can  be reserved by calling Agnes  Labonteat886-74l5.  More volunteers are needed  to make the day a resounding  success. Come lo Ihe meeiing  May 25 at 7 pm in the Kinsmen  clubroom at Dougal Park.  Heritage week  On Sunday afternoon, May  24 from 1 pm lo 4 pm, a heritage lea will be held in the  Marine Room to celebtate the  landing in our harbour 106  years ago of George Gibson and  his family.  ,  The Elphinstone Museum  sponsors, this occasion and has  asked John Burnside, a local  actor, lo once' again portray  George Gibson in his sou'wester and rubber boots. Playing the  quiet Charlotte is Louise Hume.  The Gibsons Heritage Society has a contest going, judging  Ihis Wednesday, lo decide the  besl decorated store or business,  besl decorated window and best  costumed person. Look around  the town and see if you agree  wilh the judges.  Travelogue  Hey! How'd you like lo go  hell and back? Well you can on  Grand Cayman Island at an outpost of lhal name situated in an  eerie and desolate landscape.  The chief and only industry is  its postal service. Send those  you love a letter postmarked  ���Hell'.  The sea turtle farm on Ihe  island saves the creature from  extinction and supplies soup,  stew and steaks to Cayman  restaurants.  Since there are 'gormay'  meals already paid for on the  cruise ship, we elected for the  frogs legs in the ship's dining  room. No taste to the frog,  either, just firm, bland flesh.  Can't say, however, if Ihe frog  has the jump on the turtle as an  eating adventure.  OVER 2,000 INDIVIDUALS  UNEMPLOYED ON SUNSHINE COAST  Sunshine Coast Community Futures Association  is a federally funded non-profit group established to work  toward solutions to local unemployment and labour market  problems. We currently have openings for volunteers lo join  our Board of Directors. For more information please conlact:  Sharon Anderchek, Manager-Coordinator at:  ~       885- .2639  Lenore Chessman, left, goes for a whirl with Slan Kelly as the Harbour Lights band pump out  another classic during the Sea Calvalcade Ball, a fundraiser for this summer's festivities.  Joel Johnstone pholo  NEW?  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL  US!  Helen Milburn        886-8676      Huth Bulpit 885-5847  Nan Nanson 886-3416      Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  Discover the difference  8 Inch ^^      _ ^_  Lemon ^49  Meringue Pie <w Bad,  SPECIALS from our DELI  Lyoner  Sausage per km *  ^^   ttttm       With or Without Garlic  XC   ROAST  BEEF  139 Macaroni  & Cheese penoog  COOKED  H.AM per lOOg  .89  *|29  .79  .79  per 100g  register your organization or club for SAVE-A-TAPE benefits call 886*3487 or 885-63.31 Coast News. Mj\ 18, I*���-'  community  dtais bty ntws  Family and fnends gathered  at a memorial service on Mon-  da\. Ma\ 11 ai St John's I'tui-  ed Church 10 pa>  their last  re>pect> to the memory of Ha/el  Lisle, who pas-ed a��a> Ma>  in St   itatj'l Ho>pital in her  Sharon Hall,  left, with  daughter  Jranrltr, 5,  thank  Wool worth ��  Belly Duncan  for making  Alicia. 7.  a surprised  and happy-  recipient of a  new-  Nintendo  gameset.  Woolworth winner  Seven-year-old Alicia  Hall of Gibsons Elementary walked out of Wool-  worth's I winner in the  Nintendo raffle doordraw.  Alicia, all smiles, takes  home a complete Nintendo  game set valued at  $149.99 Shell be plugging  in Super Mario Three with  her sister Jeanette, 5.  Advertisement  81st year A touching tribute  was paid to het hy her daughter  Pauline. who reflected on (he  \alues and morals that were  taught to bolh herself and her  sister. Bemice.  Hazel was a long-time resident of Davis Bay __  and was active in  almost every phase  of community life at  one time or another.  She concentrated her  energy with a single-  minded    purpose.  whether it be work or      play She was passionate about her likes and dislikes, but positive and optimistic  about life as a whole I knew  Hazel for over 20 years and if 1  have one last remembrance of  her. n is lhat here was a woman  who had few. if any fears  She didn't fear people, animals, the sea. or the elements  but ��a> content to lei life bring  what u may. The community  extends its sincere sympathy to  her family.  Choristers concert  Tickets are now on sale at the  Raxen's Cry Theatre for the  Sunshine Choristers Concert.  Sea to Sea. to be held on May  29 and 30. Tickets are $7 each  and are selling fast  'Here is a  woman who  had feu;  tfanyfears'  Duck race  Mark June 7 on your calendar as this is the annual Chapman Creek Duck Race sponsored by the Sunshine Coast  Home Support Society.  It will kick off with a family       fair  at   Brookman  Park at 12 noon.  There will be a bake  (able, yard sale, hot  dogs, games for the  kids, a duck dance, a  duck colouring contest, face painting,       and all kinds of other  surprises.  Tickets are on sale at Un*  nadines. Landing General Store,  Roberts Creek General Store.  Axana-Dew, Talewind Books,  and I'pstairs/Downstairs.  Flea market  The flea market at the hall  last Saturday was a rousing success. There was a table of books  from the library, lovely handcrafted clothing and jewelry.A  number of people have requested a crafts only market, so if  sou are interested in this venture, please give Bill a call at  885*7490.  A happy, birthday today to  one of our favourite neighbours,  Elsie Campbell - many more,  friend.  One of fifty sea lions who frequent White Island off Davis Bay.  Doug Pierce photo  robortscnok  kTMmtn$Mptt-r,88��-221S  When Statistics Canada  comes out with its population  figures on our unincorporated  area of Roberts Creek in July it  will be very interesting lo compare it to its 1986 census total of  **����  fr  fV  w,  &  -|CP  di-  tflOfr  9&1  :  S***      Vfl  rfCU,  \W  *$$?  5006  Beg  7.79  Sate'  LWEED*B*G0N]  %  Li*5**  sssri  700 ML RTV  Reg. 14.99  Sale'  META  DOMESTIC  Tk  Reg. 2.99  Sale  ]99  LAWN FOODy  T-r��� '"'2>g"  Reg. 11.23  9'  Sale  GREENLEAF  6 CUBIC FT.  WHEEL-   OV[7?0FF  BARROW       ALL  TREES,  SHRUBS AND  BUSHES  Reg. 11999  FENWICK1050  TACKLE  15% OFF  GIRLS WEAR  20%OFF  ALL  SPRING  BULBS  Reg. 12.94  Sale  FOOTHILLS  10'C TEMP HATE  3LB  SLEEPING  Reg. 14.99  Sale  IVORY  DISHWASHING GARBAGE  LIQUID 950 ml. CAN  Reg. 3.29  Reg.  19.99  Sale  17M2/3M  EVEREADY  2D UTILITY  FLASHLIGHT  W/ BATTERIES  SIZES 3-6X       Reg. 3.99  AND 7-14      . ,   Q99  Sale fc  20%0FF  LITTLE TIKES  AIRPLANE  TEETER-TOTTER,  TURTLE SANDBOX,  SWIMMING POOLS  ETC.  RUBBERMAID 77L  Reg. 11.99.  Sale  ���I CO/ LDS  15% off  TENDER  ALL  VCR'S      -M99-MQ99  gooo selection Sale !***���      l^w  SC0TTY  _ (Depth King)  TWTaESi^'Sf*"  LARGE ASSORTMENT j  Reg. 29.99 I b3le  1,597. Some other interesting  figures Stals Can supplies are  percentage changes from year to  year.  In the regional districl, Gibsons and Sechell, the change  from 198610 89 was 0.9; 1987-  88.2.1; 1988-89, 3.5; and 1889-  90 a doubling from Ihe previous  year. 7.0.  Roberls Creek properly has  been snatched up very quickly  leaving small pickings for sale  and owners are starting lo see  the quick buck in subdividing if  they have an acre or more.  Down come the trees and in go  more driveways and along with  that goes Ihe treed privacy of  the Creek lhal so many of us  came here for.  Beware when you buy. Make  sure your neighbour isn't going  to pop a road behind you to provide access to more properties.  Carefully study maps of your lot  and surrounding lots before you  buy.  A friend with acreage who  has recently subdivided told me  "Hey, what are you complaining  about - that's progress."  Creek Daze meeting  An organizational meeting to  plan Roberts Creek Daze is  being held Wednesday, May 27  at 7:30 pm at the hall. Time is  running oul, so please come on  out to make the Daze happen.  Creek Clayworks  Creek Clayworks is celebrating its first anniversary wiih a  pottery sale and studio open  house on May 30 and 31 from  10 am to 4 pm. at 1738 Lockyer  Road.  Creek Clayworks is operated  by potters FJaine Futterman and  Mike Allegretti. There is a  showroom where pottery is  always on display and the pollers will be available lo explain  how pots are made, glazed and  fired.  An excellent selection of pottery will be displayed throughout the studio and refreshments  will be served.  Library news  The Roberts Creek Library  wishes to gratefully acknowledge a recent gift received from  the Royal Canadian Legion,  Roberts Creek Branch. Two  new sets of shelves were  installed so that the library will  be able lo offer an even belter  selection of books. Drop by and  take a look.  NIGHT MAXI PADS  ALWAYS  PLUS  Be*6"099  Sale O  Woolivortiv  STORE HOURS:  MON. - THURS: 9:30-6, FRI: 9:30-9.  SAT:9:30-6,-SUN:11-5  SUNSHINE COAST  Ladies Fast Ball  Presents  MAY 23 1 PM  SECHELT INDIAN  BAND HALL  DOORS OPEN AT NOON  if 20 Qamt minimum  X 50/50 Draw  .itHatfU  cojKjomijiruMi  ���MHMMMHMI Coast News, May 18, 1992  community  XT  ���              m  ��� 4 & <i     >  l:f JtfV  awe                     \y . t  w^^J*   MA  a.  i  i**t  ::kajii!xix=f��^iiikjiiir?^i=^piia::  Pill I'ruiil, pusidint or Ihe Sunshine Coast Quillers GulU, present!, a $5(M) cheque lo Ricki Moss, acting co-ordinalor for the  Sunshine Coast Transition House during the guild's quarterly  meeting Thursday. Joel Johnstone pholo  halfmoon bay happenings  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  A warm Hallmoon Bay welcome lo some special visitors  who have jusl arrived from bon-  nie Scotland to spend some lime  with family - our family to be  precise.  My husband Bob's sister  Beatrice, together wilh her husband David will spend the next  month enjoying our beautiful  coasl.  They have been lucky in lhat  the sun has shone since their  arrival and Ihey are quite ecstatic aboul eveiylhing. The Car-  riithers family live al Brskine  just outside of Glasgow.  This year they celebrate their  SOth wedding anniversary and  Ihe trip to Canada was a gift  from their family. We intend to  lake Ihem touring lo parts of the  interior, hut no doubl they will  be reluctant to leave the Sunshine Coast, even for a short  lime.  Kids helping kids  Ihe Saturday evening of  May 30 is one you should sel  aside and mark in your calendar,  lhat is, if you enjoy an evening  of fun and entertainment.  This is the 7th annual Teen  and Pre-teen show produced by  Nikki Weber in which these talented young people give their  all to raise funds for Cystic  Fibrosis.  The kids work really hard for  this event and it is great if the  public show their appreciation  by buying a ticket at any of Ihe  local book stores. The show will  be it Greenecourt and the time  is at 8 pm.  Fair meeting  Several groups were represented al a meeting last Saturday of the Halfmoon Bay Country Fair committees.  There are lots of exciling  events planned, all of which will  go ahead in the usual efficient  manner, provided there are lots  of folks willing to lend a hand  and volunteer some time and  skills.  This is a very big and ambitious event which lasts from the  Friday to ihe Sunday of July 10,  II and 12.  The fair always starts up  with Ihe car rally on the Friday  night and this event gets more  popular every year.People have  already started lo reserve tables  to display iheir wares at the fair,  so if you plan to do so, it might  be a good idea to give Fiona  West a call at 885-3483.  School newspaper  I have just had a look at a  neat little paper put out by some  pupils at Halfmoon Bay School  called The Halfmoon Bay  School News. It contains items  written by Adam Richards, Darren Hoffer, Aaron Hately, Sean  Robinson and Brad Wing.  Well done!  ��� ������  immmiMmMMv  Ever have some  important papers  you need to send  RIGHT NOW?  Not overnight,  or later today.  We're talking  NOW!  Ok, there's a  better, and  faster way!  IN GIBSONS, FAX TO  886-7725  IN SECHELT, FAX TO  885-3954  Send: S3 per first page, SI each  additional page, plus phone charges.  Receive: Si per page (Up to 8'/2xl4)  COAST^NEWS  885-3930  Cowerie St  K     Sechelt  886-2622  Cruice Lane  Gibsons y  by Mn��aret Witt, I  The senior citizens' new  activity centre will be opening  in Ihe near future. Former members of branch 69 who have left  ihe peninsula are invited back  for Ihe grand opening.  The seniors have a partial  list of names and addresses, but  are asking for help in getting die  addresses of others, such as Don  Cameron and George and Ruby  Nott. For information call  Madge Bell al 885-9401.  West Sechelt'elementary  A reminder lo register your  son or daughter for firsl year  half-day primary (kindergarten)  for the 1992/93 school year.  First year half-day primary students musl be five years of age  on or before December 31,  1992. Please bring along a birth  certificate or passport as proof  of age. School hours are 8:30  am to 3:30 pm.  Gamma Phi Beta  The children's camp in Wesl  Sechelt needs your help. One  FOOWE'RS  Twigs is now  introducing our  "YKAK ROUND- ARKANdKMKNT  -an artful assemblage  ul' preserved and  FRESH aOWKRS  ��� delivery  Marine l)r.,Gihsuns  IlK-xl In Dockllde I'harrrui-yl  .  Call Janice  M    886-7435  day last week, the children's  director was driving to ihe camp  from the ferry terminal. Three  or four single-bed foamies  which were secured lo Ihe lop of  her van broke loose and fell to  the side of the road between  Roberls Creek and Ihe golf  course. She relumed to look for  ihem but they were gone.  She is appealing to whoever  found ihem lo please return  them. If you have any minima  lion you may call 885-3364 and  the caretaker will be glad to lell  you how to return the foamies lo  Ihe camp. The children will be  most grateful.  Written Arts Festival  I've jusl been looking  through Ihe brochure for this  year's festival and whal a lineup  il is. Among (he guests are  Pierre Berlon, Peler Gzowski,  Patrick I nine and Scott Mclntire.  These are only four in the  impressive guest list. Get yourself a brochure and check it out.  Murphy1* \.<vn  StaVtt*...  Your SnpUc Tank  MAW. mu) pumpln*-*,  a Just belore a  relative's visit  b During a long  weekend  c After you've  had the rugs  cleaned  Dafy Murphy's Law!  Pump Your Tank Howl  a  I  1  ARRIVING SOON >  NEW FASHIONS  from  'We shop the uvrldjust for tpul  JSS.at^^'T?^   For Around The  l I VvlS I   World Shopping  \\a\ a\\r\>J   ���    Cowrie St Sechelt  ��",,0"Tt I 885*6460  niiiM=nMiniM=BMiira:  I  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064  ask for "Murphy"  NORTH OAKS  767 North Rd., Gibsons, B.(  26 Adult Oriented  Single Level Townhomes  Open Daily 1 - 4pm  1 Bedroom, 900 sq. ft $ 91,900  1 Bedroom, 900 sq. ft comer unit $ 94,900  2 Bedroom, 1029 sq. ft $ 101,900  GREAT VIEW  808 Bayview Heights Rd. Gibsons  New Gibsons view home, 3 bedroom plus  basement, large view deck, stone fireplace,  cozy rec room with wood stove, oak spindles,  Jacuzzi tub, vacuum system, triple sink with  garborator, radio intercom sound system, lully  landscaped & fenced $194,000  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP.  886-4680  mmmsmmmmm^v^w���*  Notice Board  Deadline for submissions is Wednesday noon (lor Monday distribution)  On-going submissions will be deleted alter } weeks unless a specific renewal request is made.  Wc reserve (he right to edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer lo non-pro) it events ol genuine community interest  AJBWISS��Of  The Sunshine  Coast News  TUESDAY, MAY 19.  Bethel Baptist Church. 7:00 pm, Sechelt.  Small Group Tour Irom Baptist Leadership  Training School. Calgary. An evening ol music  and drama.  Gibsons Pensioners Br. #38 Birthday tea at  Harmony Hall at 3:00 pm . Info 886-9000.  WEDNESDAY, MAY 20  Sunshine Coast Amnesty Internatlon Group  monthly meeting at the Sechelt Elementary  School. 7:30 pm.  THURSDAY, MAY 21  Sechelt and District Chamber ot Commerce  will be holding "Chamber alter Hours'' 5:00pm to  7:00pm, Driftwood Inn. Sponsored by BC Hydro.  Members only.  St.Mary's Hospital Auxiliary Monthly meeting  takes place at 1:30pm at Camp Sunrise. New  members welcome.  SATURDAY, MAY 23  Arts Council presents Trio Con Anlma. in  concert at Alts Centre. 8:00pm. Tickets at  Sayward Books, Talewind Books, Robeits  Creek Store and Arts Centre.  Century 21 Siemens Realty "Garage Sale"  from 10:00 to 2:00 under cover in Teredo  Square. All proceeds go lo Easter Seals.  Donations ol sale Items will be greatlully  accepted. For more info call Centuiy 21  Siemens Realty at 885-5290. See you there.  Gibsons Pensioners Br.#38 Pub nighl at  Harmony Hall. 8:00 pm. Enteitainment by Peter  London. Tickents 46.00 Inio 886-9000.  SUNDAY, MAY 24  Coffee House Inner Ear Studios on 749 Leek  Road In Robeits Cieek. Live music and  munchies. Eveiyone welcome. Music starts  around 8:30pm. Call 886-9747 for more Info.  Gibsons Calvary Baptist Church Everyone  welcome to see a Christmas play in May put on  by the children's choir. 6:30 pm.  MONDAY, MAY 25  Canadian Federation of University Women -  Sunshine Coast - May Meeiing at St. John's  Church at 11:30 am For info 885-9589.  7:30pm. Friends of Schizophrenics at Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit. Gibsons. Sharing ft  Caring meeting will follow. Bring mug.  Lifestyles for Seniors Wellness 12:30 pm in  the Marine Room, Gibsons. Speaker Margot  Kiss. Topic: Wills and Estates. Per week lunch.  Everyone welcome. Call 686-9058 lor inio.  TUESDAY, MAY 26  Post natal Classes held at Sechelt Public  Health unit. 7:00 - 9:00 All interested welcome.  Call Jeanette 885-7777 tor info.  FRIDAY, MAY 29  Another Inner Ear Coffee House. Music starts  at 8:30 at 749 Leek Rd in Roberts Creek.  Everyone welcome. For more Inio call 886-  9747.  SATURDAY, MAY 30  Hospital Auxiliary Sechelt Branch Bake Sale  from 10:00 am In the Trail Bay Mall. Sechelt.  MISCELLANEOUS  Square Dancing - Beginners classes start  September. Register now. For inio 885-9680 oi  885-9500.  Attention: Ex ��� NWT Residents 6th Annual  Picnic. June 14th, 1992 at 12:00 noon - 8:00  pm. Bear Creek Provincial Park, Kelowna, BC.  Biing your own lunch and refreshments. For info  call Al Hall (604) 764-2347 or H. Glick (604)  768-2158.  Sechell Star Search Auditions for Sechelt  Celebration Days. Open to ages 13 lo 21. Foi  info 885-9091.  Kids Helping Kldsl Annual Youth Variety  Show, (teens to pre-teens) to raise funds for  Cystic Fibrosis. Gieene Court Hall, Sat. May 30.  8:00 pm. Tickets at Sechelt Book Stores.  Volunteer canvassers are urgently needed In  the Roberts Creek area for Ihe Canadian  Cancer Society during the month ol April, if you  are interested, have a lew houis to spare over  the next four weeks, then please Katharine  Trueman 885-2282. lhank you.  The Sunshine Coast Quillers Guild is hosting  a BC Heritage Quill Project registration  weekend at the Arts Centre, Sechelt. May 2 - 7-  9 Slide Show. May 3- 12-4 Quill registration.  May 4-10-4 Ouilt registration.  75 Year Renunlon former students and staff  Boston Bar/North Bend School May 22,-24.  1992 in Boston Bar. BC. Contact the school at  867-9222. For infoimation.  Chatelech Secondary School Seeking  donated books. Please drop off at Shadow Box  Gallery  Jack & Jill Preschool semi-annual chicken  sale is happening once agian . To orde call  Healher 886-4992 oi Pat 886-4869. By  Thuis.May 14.  Theie is a selection ol unframed paintings by  Vivian Chamberlln on display at the Shunter  Gallery. Gibsons BC ..mil May 22.  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum is open seven  days a week. The various displays are constantly changing. Everyone Welcome. Located at 716  Winn Road in Holland Park, across Irom  Gibsons Post Office. For info 886-8232.  Totem Lodge - Everyday is visiting day at  Totem Lodge. Visit the pioneeis of your community.  Folk Dancing at Roberts Creek School,  Community Use Room. Every Tues 7:00 - 9:00  pm. Fee $3.00 Drop in, everyone welcome.  The Inter-Active Video Business Disc  Program is now available at the Sunshine  Coast Business Development Centre, #205-  5710 Teiedo Square, Info 885-1959. The user  fee is only $10.00 for three 3 hour sessions  .Support 1st Sunshine Coast Gibsons Scouts  "Trees for Canada" 500 trees will be planted on  May 2nd. Please pledge now.  MONDAYS  St. Hilda's at St. Andrew's Youth Group every  Monday night. All young people welcome. Call  885-6036, for more info.  Gibsons Pensioners Branch #38 Scottish  Country Dancing at Harmony Hall at 8:00 pm.  Inlormation 886-3043.  Sunshine Coasl Breast Feeding Support  Group. Informal drop-in meetings on Ihe fiist  Monday ol each month. Luinda. 886-4502 oi  Wendy, 885-2950.  Seniors' Bianch 69, Carpet Bowling, Mondays  1 30 pm Exercise with Joan Frembd Mons *>  Thursdays-11-12.  Overeaters Anonymous 7:30 pm. Holy Family  Chuich Hall., Sechelt. Phone 885-2108 oi 886-  4781 foi details.  Adult Children of Alcoholics or  Dyslunctlonal Families meet at St. Mary's  Church Hall in Gibsons, 7:30 - 9.  Sunshine Coast Breakaway Parents Meeiing  for paients concerned about their children s  drug & alcohol use. 607 Kiwanis Way, Gibsons  7:30 pm. For info call 886-2423.  TUESDAYS  First Tuesday of every month, local art rental &  sales at Sunshine Coast Art Centre. Open ?���  6pm. Coffee served. Original woiks by Sunshine  Coast artists loi sale or rent; any donations of  unused Irames gratefully accepted. 885-5412  WEDNESDAYS  Badminton every Wednesday evening. 8 - 10  p.m. at Elphinstone High School Gym  Admission: $3.00. Drop in.  Sunshine Coasl Toastmasters meeting every  Wednesday al 7:30 pm at Chatelech High  School, Room 112, Info 885-3206. Guests welcome  Find Milton's "Paradise Lost" with Jan de  Biuyn at Eldercollege. $15 lor 6 Wed. afternoon,  beginning April 1. Pre-regislration a must. Call  Julie al Capilano College. 885-9310. Also watch  lor Ikebana in May.  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic at Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons Thuisday from 7  to 9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment  necessary. 885-7770.  3C's Weight Loss Support Group meels every  Thursday afternoon 12:45-2:30pm, at the United  Church, Glassford Rd.. Gibsons. Inio: 886-7159.  Seniors' Branch 69. Exercise with Joan  Frembd Mondays & Thursdays 11-12.  Adult Children of Alcoholics or  Dysfunctional Families meet at the Action  Centre In Sechelt. 7:30 - 9.  FRIDAYS  United Church Thrift Shop in basement ol  church oft Truman Rd.. open Fridays, 1 to 3 pm  Gibsons Old Age Pensioners Org Branch #38  Tia Chi and cards at 7:00 pm for seniors at  Harmony Hall every Friday at 1:30 pm. Info 886-  9619 or 886-9000.  SUNDAYS  The Sunshine Coast Stamp Club meet 7 30  pm 1st and 3rd Sunday at Sechelt Libraiy.  Phone 885-3381 or 885-7088. Open lor all Coast News, May '�����   1992  ;t  SiVtAr Four  Teef/ir /nto  These  Food  Values  Adams - creamy  .Peanut  Butter       348  |Mco ��� ass't pastas, Including  Spaghetti   Oft  900g. .you save 1.01      ��� <���#���%#  Tomato  308m! you save .51        W%aW%a9  Uboty  Tomato  taste      **# qq  186ml yousave.78 W/lVV  MriMno - apple dnreunon  Shreddies -iss  500 g .you save 2.41 H  ChBbn-2p^  Bathioom  Tissue       QQ  ���fi. you save .91       M^aW%aW  Ground  Coffee       qq  *�� g you save .61       ��� -%T %#  Roses- all purpose, wholewheat, or  538  kg .you save 3.61       %JF  Cocktail    Qft  ml .you save .85       Wi^aW^a*W  whole  Oft  ���   ' you save .71        ��������7*0  Dow-plastic  H-andiwrap  65 m you save 1.01  Kerr - wide mouth  .Mason Jars  12x 1/2 pint you save 1.97  Kerr-wide mouth  12's you save .21  President's Choice - low ash  Cat Food  397 g you save .21  President's Choice - lite or  Whip Dressing  1 L .you save 1.01  Viva  Puff Cookies  300 g you save .67  Grissol  Melba Toast  200 g you save .67  Champagne  Crackers  225g you save .81  TwInlngsTea  Earl Grey  .50's .you save 1.27  Hollywood  Safflower Oil  946 ml you save 2.21  Loretta - ground  .Black .Pepper  300g .you save 3.51  Loretta  lable Salt  737 g you save .31  Ijoretta - BBQ plus  200g .you save 1.01  EtTu Caesar  Salad Kit  120g you save .57  Northern Manitoba's  Wild Rice  250 g..... .you save 1.31  Ma&lvrs, Twlx, Bounty or  reg. size .you save .58  Best Buy  Pear Halves  398 ml you save .31  Fortune - Mandarin  284 ml .you save .54  Delmonte-peas or  Kernel Com  Case of 6 .you save 1.20  228  ��88  .68  228  218  J68  -J68  448  228  348  .68  -J 68  258  388  9.98  .58  .68  438 Coast News. M.��y 1��, 1992  11  "Your Family Food Store "  Sewing the Community Since 1950  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt 885-2025  Meal 885-9812       Bakery 885-9823  Save-A-Tape  For a limited time, you can save cash register tapes for yourself, Any tapes dated between  March I. \W1 and Dee 1. 1992 can he exchanged al our service counter lor a gill certificate  redeemable ,il any one of the following Trail Hay Mall stores: Bobbie's Shoes. Kalsten Zales.  Hunks and Stuff, Goddard's, Nova Jewellery. Headquarters, Upstairs & Downstairs Shoppe.  Sew K.isy or Sole l-'eelines.  Vmi will receive one Sin gilt certificate for each $500 in tapes. Your certificates can be  redeemed loi goods or services, any lime prior In Dec 24. 1992, Spend Ihem as you get them  or save Ihem up!  Complimentary  Healthy Eating  Tours with  Dietition Nutritionist Dania Matiation.  Discover how easy it can he to learn the  lips lhal lead lo healthier meals and  snacks for you and your family. To sign  up for a Wednesday lour call our service  counter at 885-2025  -n i  1JI  Our Recycling  Depot is open  9:30 - 5:30  everyday except  holidays  $2  REDEEMABLE ONLY AT  I SAVE  $2.00  c  o  3  ON THE PURCHASE OF  8  ONE 400 g PACKAGE OF  J 46&y0s CORN FLAKES*  Fa ledetription mail lo Kellogg Canada Inc .  PO Bon 3000. St John. New Brunswo*. E2L 4L3  Coupon Expires May 24, 199?  ���Registered Tradenvarti ol Kellogg Canada Inc <b 199?  $2  o  o  a  a  *  ->i  ro  -J  IO  IS  <o  oo  reg price $2.79, With COUpOM 790  These are just a few of the more than 350 specials you'll find in store for you.  Prices effective Tuesday, May 19 to Sunday, May 24.  Bakery  Deli  Grimms  Bavarian  Meat loaf  sliced- 100 g   Kohlers*  Montreal  Corned Beef  sliced-100 g   White or Wholewheat  Unsliced  Bread   454g  Scone Loaf  454 g   Tart Shells  pkg of 18   Date Squares  pkg of 6   Cherry  Coffee Cakes  8"   Blueberry Muffins  pkg of 6   Meat  ���99  129  Canada Gr. A Beef - Bone In  Chuck Steak  3.04 kg   ��� ���     '     *.:  Rib or Loin End  138  Porl^Loin Roast 40*  4.37 kg  Fresh, Boneless  Chicken Breast  11.00 kg  CafUi  .79  -|59  359  259  325  329  Schneider's  Old Fashioned  of Black  Forest Ham  Halves or nuggets.. ��&$**& ^"       ,b  Hampton House  Chicken  Nuggets  3 lb box I  44����  ea  Produce  California  Cantaloupe  1.08 kg ...  B.G  Romaine  Lettuce  ���49  .59  lb  Valentino's Pasta - Fetucejtai.  Linguine or  Spaghetti  ���ioog ;!;  Boneless  Stewing Beef  5.71 kg.....   Fresh  Beef Kidneys  2.18 kg I  Lean  Ground Beef  4.83 kg   .99ib   2WLHot  1%r^lb   Bratwui  Spinach  .49  ������Mi  Ojympic - Hot Italian or  rst  Sausage  ���05% ,....  Dairy  Yaml - all flavours  Frozen Yogurt  IL you save .67  a*\rmstrong - green pkg 24's  Cheese Slices  500 g you save 2.01  ^58  288  Cortina - big block  Cheeses  random.  40%  off  Monarch - soft  Margarine  454 g you save .67  Fleischm.ann's - soft  Margarine  907 g you save 1.61  .98  298  Fresh - Spring  Salmon  1 -2 lb average,  Squid  "6..59kg...   Oysters  8ozcup...   299  349  lb  cV  6O0offf  Any Deli Item  Limit one per customer  Offer Expires May 24 1992. 12  Coast News, May 18, 1992  "rf  ITP'S CRUISES  Make UP your first port of call  (fl) I kdlaikl America Line  A    T �� A 0 I T I 0 II    OF    IICCIICNCI*  /-^      FALL 1992      k    y  CARIBBE/\N  SAVINGS OF UP TO 41%  OFF BROCHOURE PRICES  Price* GUARANTEED  Wiih Dtpodl By M.iv M  Your Escape Artists  INDCPCNDCNt WAVtl PROFESSIONALS  Suncoast Agencies  Travel Oepartmenl  Sunnyciesl Mall       8136-9225  community  ��� NEW 1992   24'6" WINNEBAGO SUNDANCER 400  On Now Ford Chassis $���Q qqA10  2 week special only        Jj,jjj  NEW 1992  9'6n NORTHERN LITE FULL SIZE  Fiberglass Camper* Shower Model t-/% Mnnoo  Introductory Price  $12,490��  V-  Happy Holiday Motorhome  Rentals. Sales & Service Ltd.  phone. 886-9025 Or 886-8481  The annual community club  bazaar went extremely well. The  overflowing homebaking lable  was soon depleted and a lovely  lea was served by the Girl  Guides and Pathfinders. Gloria  won ihe gorgeous quilt in Ihe  main raftle. The quill was handmade by Ihe Pender Harbour  Piece Makers.  Ihe plant raffle winners were  Peler Grabenof, who won a  rhododendron: June Percival  who received a begonia basket  and Maureen l.ee who won a  basket arrangement.  These prizes were donated by  Miss Sunny's Hair Boutique,  Oak Tree Market and Maureen  Lee, Irene Keene, Maxine Gilker, Louise Munro, Doris Pride,  Louise Dernier, M. Cook and  Sylvia Reid all won grocery  hampers lhat were donated by  Madeira Park IGA, Shop liasy,  John Henry's,, bingo players  and BC Packers.  Prizes on the lea tickets went  lo Grace Davidson and Georgia  Hall. Thank you lo everyone  who sewed, baked, donated,  worked and helped in any way  to make the bazaar a success. It  was a real community effort.  Legion news  The Royal Canadian Legion  Branch 112 will host Skinny  Jimmy on Friday and Saturday  evenings on May 22 and 23.  Wylle and the Other Guy will  entertain on June 12 and 13 in  Ihe evenings. Don't forget the  meat draws every Saturday. All  members and guests are welcome.  Induction  The induction of Reverend  Daniel Gilford as reverend of  Si. Andrew's Church in Madeira  Park will be on June 1 al 7 pm.  Lveryone is welcome to join in  this joyous occasion.  Poll fun  Knjoy Canada I'itness Week  al ihe aquatic centre from May  22 to .11. Pay for only one and  bring a friend lo Illness classes  for the week or swim to Texada  Island and count your lengths all  week for prizes. You may want  to try the RLSSC Htness Award  Challenge on May 27, between  4 and 5 pm. If you can get  through all that you'll enjoy  relaxing in a hot lub bubble bath  on May 31 at 7 pm. Good luck.  As the tide changes  Anyone burning without a  burning permit may be prosecuted. To get your permit contact Cliff Or, or purchase one at  the Oak Tree Market or John  Henry's in Garden Bay.  Marsh society  unveils trail project  The Sechelt Marsh Protective Society intends lo use a $1,000  grant from Environment Canada for its Canadian Environment Week  project lo establish a self-guiding tour of the Sechelt Marsh.  The project will involve installing numbered posts at points of  interest described in a pamphlet. This will be done in conjunction  wiih visits to local elementary schools lo inform the students about  the marsh and of the importance of preserving wetlands.  The pamphlets will be available through members of the Marsh  Society, the chamber of commerce tourist booth, or at the marsh on  Saturday, June 6, when an inaugural public tour of the new nature  trail will be held. Come and enjoy an afternoon in Ihe marsh.  Silo and MmiuiIn Salinas help students of the Grade 12 Literacy  Program wash Iheir way lo Ihe International Indigenous Peoples  Conference in Bellu Bella. Five sludenis and two instructors kit  last Friday morning lo take part in the program.  Jiiel Jiihnslime |ihum  ay Lynn Maes  Seems like Ihe lasl two days gul hotter and holler and summer is  here. Well, the first Bgmonl Community Club meal draw this year  was a lad unorganized, bul a lol of fun, Tickets were selling so fast  ihe roll started smoking. Ella says she would like lo try and have a  draw every two weeks, so watch the next one.  That same Sunday there were a couple of hockey games. The local  team sharpened their skills to gel ready to lake on a team from  Sechelt. It sure is fun silting in the school field watching ihe action.  There's not only a game happening but a greal gab session going on.  Not to be outdone, while the game was in progress, John and John  of Ihe Egmont Water Board, skidded some logs down the road lo  cover a stretch of pipe laid bare by careless parking and spinning of  tires. Seems everyone was up to something,  Healthy community  Some of the locals gatheied lasl Wednesday evening to talk about  whal makes up a healthy community. Some really fine points were  brought up. There were the pros and cons of Egmonl itself. Some of  the positive aspects were Ihe Egmont Community Club and the fact  that everyone pulls together when the need is there, and also Ihe  amount of volunteer work put OUI by the locals Some of the negative  aspects aboul Ihe community are that ihere is no elementary school,  no fire department, and lhal our wah>r supply is being threatened by  clearcut logging. These are a few of the topics discussed at the meeting. The general all-around feeling is lhat we live in an almost ideal,  healthy community. I personally think il is a very healthy place for  my heart and my mind.  Don't whistle away  your hard-earned  money.  microwave a hot item. Putting the  pressure on your pressure cooker.  All help your pocketbook come out  ahead. By saving energy, you're  helping the environment too. And  that's just tbe start of being  Power Smart.  An electric kettle heals water directly  with no wasted energy. Putting the  keltic on the slove means you're  warming the air as much as the  water. Appliances may cosl only  pennies a day to run hut ihey add up  to 20 cents of your energy dollar.  Using a toaster oven. Making your  Here's How  Other ways you can be Power .Smart;  J Power Smart refrigerators  J Convection Oven combinations  Ask Us Where  To find where to buy Power Smart products in your  neighbourhood, just call:  1800663-1689  Monday -Friday 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday 10 am-5 p.m.  BC hydro  SAVES  L'ECOLE  PASSEPARTOUT  EARLY FRENCH  IMMERSION ACCEPTING  ENROLLMENT  FOR KINDERGARTEN  SEPTEMBER 1992  Information Open House  Thursday May 28th, 1992  7:30 pm Camp Douglas,  Roberts Creek  For more information  885-5779  gtrdM notos  The warmth and wel of ihe  last two months have hroughi  outdoor plants on fast and How  cring will really gel under way.  All season long we need lo  remove faded blooms, called  "deadheading". Use care wiih  Rhodo's and Azaleas because  nexl year's flowers are set  beneath the llower heads.  If you like growing your own  seeds, wallflowers, caniebury  bells and sweet william, which  are biennials, can be sown now  for nexl year.  Strawberries benefit by a  mulch of straw or hay surrounding them to keep the fruit clean.  Compost heaps wilh plenty  of green material in Ihem will  heal up high and fast, and kill  weed seeds, fungus diseases and  pests. Keep the pile aired, and a  six-inch layer of vegetation can  be sprinkled with sulphate of  ammonia, and the next layer  dusted with lime.  The (iibsons Garden Club  meeting this month is Sunday,  May 17 at St. Bartholomew's  Church Hall, 1:30 pm. Judy  Daniels is ihe speaker on "Day  Lilies".  ataw^aW a-n-ir- or om vc  F" bcfgrrics Schedule  CUP & SAVE     \  I  I  /ANCOUVER    SECHEI  JERVIS INLET  HORSESHOE BAY-LANGDALE   |   EARLS COVE * SALTERY BAY     |  I  I  Lv. Langdale             Lv. Horseshoe Bay  Lv, Earls Cove  Lv. 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Information, comments or suggestions - 886-9318  P��VJ** 2 via p,an' Chaslw> *>"<>��� Valerans.  Hwy. 101. WootoeeK PK.. SC Trailer Park  Depart    7:30 am 4:25   Arrive   7:45   4:40  Mall    '11:00       6:20   Mall     11:28   640  12:25 12:40  ���11:00 am routes via Bonniebrook, Gower Pt.  NOTE: No 5:30 am or 7:30 am service Sal.,  Sun. or Holidays  SuKcowt Ageflriea  INSURANCE  886-2000  TRAVEL  886-9255  A member  ol  Rad Carpal Sarvka irom Frlandly Protastionals In Sunnycrest Mall, Gibaona  Travel  Prole��s*onili  iataM  mm Coast News, May IB, 1992  13  community  Diane Joe, lefl, enjoys a cup of coffee and a few  thoughts of her own during the Eagle Youth Council Mother's Day breakfast. .1 ilium Paul, 13, above  right, works a busy kitchen with (iabriel joe, 19.  Right to left: Daphne Paul, Georglna and Robert  Joe, 7, enjoy a midmorning meal in the SIB Hall.  aam^^^^m^^a^^^m^^^aaaaam^^^^awaaaam^^^^.^^^^^^.^^Km^^m^^^^^*^^Km^^*        '."*,  'a V,,J"J ����� .........,,.����������>.; man, .aa aa.v ..  For Mother's Day we have  eggs, bacon, toast, sausage  pancakes, orange juice, coffee...  Early morning, Sunday  morning, sons and daughters  and fathers went to work in  Sechell to set the tables and prepare the way for Mother's Day.  From 8 a.m. to noon, both  the Sunshine Coast Lions Club  and Sechelt Indian Band members of the Eagle Youth Council  each a hall, complete with  kitchen, to take the work out of  Mother's Day for any family  looking for a wholesome meal  many moms would usually have  lo cook for themselves.  Both were reasonable deals  at reasonable cosl for good  causes and the pancakes weren't  doughy either.  The EYC accepted donalions  to help Ihem on iheir way to  reaching a $6,000 goal io go lo  And, of course, someone ��� Lew  above ��� has to do the dishes.  Edmonton for ihe World Indigenous Youlh Conference, July 7,  8, and 9 - a worldwide  gathering with a theme of  Addiction Free for Life,  a theme which falls in  with the EYC's activity  program.  The youth group has  really taken off, says  band liaison Gerry Fes-  chek, and so far has  raised over $2,000.  The Lions, on the  other hand, pul out the  plates for a small door-  charge lo pul towards  Iheir volunteer work and  medical equipment projects for the community  and individuals needing  assistance.  Bul, all-in-all, Diane  Joe probably said il best:  "We should do (his  more.  It gels people    together   more   often  ���gJj^JJ instead of just saying 'hi'  to each other in passing."  Left to right: Tracy, 8, her mom Joanne Charleton, 29, and her  mom, Lillian Wallace, 75, with Cory, 5, sample the Lion's fare.  *  I*,  . tJfcl  iffL  *'*%M  |gj  G5*  X'Jsm  Mm  ���   wfil  7: **y  Hr^P  lafj^/'ill  Servers  Lars Sandnhl,  Garry Foxall, and  Cam Cameron,  above, grab the  goods for kitchen  staff, right Abe  Lau, Ray  Stockwell, and  John Petula.  golden lifelines  by JoycaOttfy  ' One can see visible changes  day by day at the new seniors  centre. Stuccoing is progressing  and lumps and bumps are disappearing as ihe front of the property is graded.  Stan Johnson, first vice-president of Seniors Branch #69 represented us at Trail, BC for the  annual convention held May 12,  13 and 14.  ' The last day of Aggravation  is May 19 at 1:30 pm.Startup  begins again on September 8.  On May 23, a dance will be  held at the Seniors' Hall on Mermaid from 8 pm to 11 pm with  music bv Jack Bourne of Van  couver. There will be taped  music after 11 pm. Tickets are  $15 per couple and $8 for a single. Coffee is supplied and there  will be an open bar.  Tickets are available from  Len Herder at 885-2352 and  Larry Grafton at 885-2759.  On May 30, several seniors  will be travelling on the new  Regal Princess to Alaska by the  Inside Passage.  The fifth annual Wheelathon  will be held Saturday, June 13  from noon to 6 pm at Swangard  Stadium in Burnaby. It's sponsored by CKNW and Safeway.  It's a fun, six-hour wheeling  event for everyone, able-bodied  and disabled. All funds raised  are in support of the Canadian  Wheelchair Sports Association,  BC Division.  Teams of 10 to 15 people  wheel relay-style around the  track Each participant will complete one or more laps, during  the day.  You may get a team together  and register or you may not, but  go - don't worry - come out and  be put on a team.  For more registration information, phone locally to Bill  Endert at 885-5020. I know he  will value information on disabled transportation issues from  the Sunshine Coasl to Vancou  ver on weekends.  In addition to the race, they  will have a Kids Activity Centre,  wheelchair volleyball and basketball, aerobic warniup for  everyone, barbeque chicken dinner - free to all registered participants, random prize draws and  lots of good music.  Remember to phone Kay  Hermiston at 885-3334 or  Pauline Moon at 885-5572 to  book your table for the craft  show on June 27.  There is free admission for  the event and showing begins at  10 am. The seniors will be hosting and selling at the bake table.  CAI1 VAL OR JULIE NOW   to book yOBf appointment   REFLECTIONS  l*eil.��>A<j  hair studio 883-2545  Member of  ALLIED..  The Careful Movers  SPECIALIZED  MOVING  SERVICES  ��� Custom packing  & crating  ��� Specialists in moving: PIANOS, ORGANS,  OFFICE EQUIPMENT, etc.  LEI WRAY'S TRANSFER ITS.  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B.C. 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  CALL DENISE At :  885-3930 r  DINING  ROOFING  kleu  Tar & Gravel, Shakes, Shingles,  Metal Rools, Torch On, Durolds   883-9303  fa  Puh ��� WMritrT.nt noatauranf ��� Moomge  Alt Chant.��� i Hihlng Charteta ��� Hike Knnuii I  PUB MSTAURANTT [  883-2674 883-9019  HAIRDRESSER.  Peninsula Power  & Cable Ltd.  High and low voltage power lines  Outdoor Sub-Stations  883*2218  Cert. 7111  Ray Hansen Trucking  &. Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883-9228  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  .. CALL DENISE AT  885*3930  Miss Sunny's  HAIR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  SERVICES  Hugh W.Jones  LAWYER  883-9525  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX:883-9524 14  Coast News, May 18, 1992  mjet O^fe &Cots  THE GIFT GIVING SOLUTION  ��� Reminder Services  ��� Gift Shopping, Wrapping, & Mailing  ��� Greeting Cards ��� Invitations ��� Letters  ..HIM  886-9087  Carol Bishop  leisure  Your guide to the finest in area dining  MAURI- RliSTAURANl<>l I III: VtllrX  DAR LEBANON RESTAURANT  Falafels, shishkebabs, vegetarian dishes,  chicken, beef and lamb.  Espresso, cappuccino and desserts.  Everything we make is made with love!  Eat in or take out.  Catering for parties & weddings  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ��� 10 am -11pm  FAMILY DINING  Andy ��� RnMurint I unch and dinner  spvci.il I'VL-ry day. Every Wcdne^ny  night is Priiw Rib Niglit. IUium ipe-  cialHei Include venl dUhet, itcnki,  seafood, p.i-.ta, pizza, Ihni fond and  Into nf NBW dishes. Uon'1 miss Andy's  greal Brunch Buffel even Sundav imm  Ti am - 2:10 pm. Hwy 101, Gibsons,  SHf. I.W. Open Sunday and Monday  11 am ��� y pm, ruesday Saturday ll  am   in pm.  Tht Boat Houst |usi a ferry ride away  in beautiful Horseshoe Bay, offering  daily choices ->t fresh and flash fro/ei\  seafood from the West, Rasl and Uul I  i nasts as well as a variety of olhei spe  claltiet. |oln us alter 5 pm for dinnei or  tur pur spectacular Sunday Brunch,  served between 10:30 am and 2 pm,  Friendly service In a relaxed almo  sphere and fabulous meals are |ust  some oi the reasons you'll keep coming  back. If you have an important rendezvous or a ferry it) catch, please let  us know and we'll make the necessary  accommodations. Tor reservations call  921-8188. All major credit cards accept  ed.  Caft Pierrot - Comfortable atmosphere  with warm, helpful Staff. Homemade  pastas, quiches and daily specials are  all prepared with the freshest Ingredients ��� both healthful and delicious. Our  whole wheat bread and scrumptious  desserts are baked fresh daily, on the  premises. Outside dining, take out  orders for the beach and cappuclno arc-  available. Ihe Coasts's bistru.-.as  unique as the Coast itself. Monday lo  Saturday, *���* am - 5 pm. Closed Sunday.  Teredo Square, Sechelt. I'honc ahead  for your lunch! 88*-9%2..  Oar Itbanon Restaurant - Now open in  (libsuns I'ark Pla/a, Hwy. 101. I unch  and Dinner features include Chicken,  Beef, 1 amb and Vegetarian dishes,  Shishkebabs, pa I afels, Cappuccino,  Espresso and Desserts. Open 7 days a  week, ID am - 11 pm. Fat in or take-  New China KltchSfl - Now open IN 11 IF  GIBSONS I'ARK IMA/A, 1)00 HWY.  101. Come cii|ov our Gourmet Chinese  HuiM featuring over 16 hot dishes plus  Sfllau bar & dessert. Also featuring two  lull service menus including Canadian  Cuisme. Lunch or Dinner. Licensed  premises, dining facilities for meetings,  banquets and parties. I lours: Sunday  niursdny 11:ill am 10 pm. Priday 4  .Saturday. 11:30 am I ItW pm, lunch  buffet 111.30 am 2:1H pm, dinner buffet  4:30 pm   8:HI pm. For reservations call  886 1(128. Visa/Mastercard accepted.  Tht Wharf Open lor breakfast, lunch  and dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets  from every table. Continental cuisme  and seat,nid at its best. Sunday Brunch  from 8 am 2 pin. Fully licensed and  all conditioned. Dinner reservations  recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis Bay.  BBS 7285.  Btckeddy Pub Enjoy the natural beauty  ol )ervis Inlet while tasting one of our  many homeslyle specialties in the pub;  or the casual surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Ski��okum Burger"  is a challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile north  ol Fgmont on Maple Road.  Cedars Neighbourhood Pub Great fond  every day all day. Appeti/ers and full  menu along with terrific daily specials,  available Til 9 pm every nighk We're  known for our great atmosphvre and  Rood times. Sun. - Thurs. open 'lii rrud  mght, Fri. & Sat. open 'til 1 am. Vifc,  Mastercard and reservations accepted.  8868171,  Irvine's Landtag Pub - Dinner menu offers  a variety of appetizers and entrees featuring local produce and fresh seafood  in a relaxed setting with ocean view.  Average dinner for two, $30. We're  now open 7 days a week 11-11 with our  kilchen open from 11-10. Pender  I (arbour, 883-1 MS, Mastercard b Visa,  fully licensed.  Catering for parties and weddings. 886-  ���"*"   Pverything  with loy  .T-72.  rythmg we make is made  Haid-A-Way RssUurant Bring the whole  family and join us for greal dining at  the I faid A-Way Restaurant in (iibsous  Molor Inn on Hwy, 101 at Park Rd. Our  friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your enjoy-  ment of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section. We're open Mon -  Thurs MO am to 8 pm, Fri Sat MO 4  pm and Sundav !*t30 am - 8 pin, Our  Sunday buffet {11 am 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes and  desserts, Fat to your heart's content.  Reservations 886-4501. W seats plus  banquet room.  Tha Omtoja Pi.ua, Itsak and lobster House  - With a perfect view of Gibsons  Marina, and a good time atmosphere,  the Omega is a people-watcher s paradise. You'll often see Bruno Gerussi,  former star of the Beachcombers, dining here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and seafood  are Iheir specialties. Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's menu.  Reservations recommended. I oca ted in  Gibsons Harbour at 281 (lower Point  Rd. 886 2268. Open for lunch Mon. -  Pri., 11:30 - 2:.30; dinner daily 4 - 9 pm,  Pri. 4 Sat.,'til 10 pm.  Village Restaurant - Cozy family style  cafe with an extensive menu featuring  special pasta dishes, steak and scaftxxl  dinners, Come in and check out our  daily lunch and dinner specials or have  breakfast anytime. .Saturdays arc Prime  Rib nights. Fully licensed. Open 7 days  a week, Mon. ��� Thurs., 7 am to 8 pm;  Pri., Sat. It Sun., 7 am to 9 pm. M6n  Cowrie Street, Sechelt. 885-9811. Visa k  Mastercard accepted.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  CrMk Houm ��� Intimate dining and  Ruropa-an cuisine in a mphiatlcaled yet  canual almoaphere. We serve rack nl  lamb, duck, crab, clarru, Icallopi,  .leak., aim daily special". Reservations  recommended, Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - WM.121. Open 6  pm. Closed Mondays k Tuesdays. Visa  * Mastercard. 40 scats.  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn r.njiiy the view of Fast  Porpoise llav from your table at the  Blue Heron inn, located on the water  front at Porpoise Hay. Relax and enjoy  a superb dining experience.  Reservations aie required for dinner.  Winter hours: Wed. - Sun., I unch 11  am 2 pm, dinner 5 pm. 883-3847.  Chai Philippe at Bonntabraok Lodge. Now  Open Chef Philippe formerly of the  Rixif restaurant ar flie I Intel Vancouver  is now at Bonniebrook. We have fine  West Coast cuisine prepared from fresh  B.C. ingredients, an extensive wine list  and expert service, intimate dining in  the I lentage Lodge dining room with a  superb view of the Georgia Strait and  the surrounding shoreline. Watch the  sunset from your lable. lake a stroll  along the beach after dinner. Follow  Gower Point Road to Ocean Beach  Fsplanade. Reservations recommended  886 2188. Visa, Master-card. Full  licensed. Open 6 pm - 10 pm, 7 days a  week.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean view  restaurant in Gibsons landing. Savour  the delights of fresh seafood from  around the world. Our extensive  Dinner Menu includes fresh seafood in  our soup, salad, hot or cold appetizers,  main courses and pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and lamb.  Caesar salad for two and flambd  desserts are prepareed at your table-  side. Our lunch menu contains sandwiches and burgers. Sunday buffet  brunch is served trom 11:30 am - 2:30  pm $12.95 Lunch hours: Thurs thru  Mon 11:30 - 2:30. Dinner hours; Wed  thru Mon 4:30 ��� 9:30. CLOSED TUESDAYS. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886-3891.  Lord Jim's Retort Hotel - A tranquil view  of Ihormanby Islands and Malaspina  Strait set the theme for a beautiful night  out. Friendly, courteous staff, fine  international cuisine, special desserts,  comfortable surroundings, and soft  music add up to make yours a night to  remember. We feature daily dinner  specials as well as our popular "table d  hole". Summer hours Monday through  Sunday 8:00- 2:00, 6:00- 10:00. Visa,  Mastercard, American Express.  Reservations recommend. MS* 7038  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Ernie I Owen's Orlva In - Take out, or  delivery. Piz/a, dinners, salads, burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks, Ice cream.  Free home delivery within 4 miles,  after Spm only, on $10 minimum  orders. Small charge for orders under  $10.1 Iwy. 101. Gibsons. 886-7813.  arts but  Robert Kinnarii's Terrain &  Vista exhibition of paintings is  on display at the Arts Centre  until May 31, His characteristic  ireatment of landscape subjects  is exemplified by Hidden Creek  Shoiwtp which hangs in the  entrance foyer. In this painling,  the energetic gestural application of paint creates a dynamic  abstract surface organisation at  ihe same time that it demateri-  alizes the surface to allow us lo  sec thiough into the illusion of  a specific time and place.  The intricate dance of marks  and edges, layers and shapes  effectively recall Ihe real complexity of the natural world.  I he painling reads like a film  dip in thai ii gives an Impression of extended experience  instead of a fro/en, devitalized  uislanl.  I he arts centie is open 11  am to 4 Wednesday to Saturday, and I pm to I Sunday.  The works of artist Robert Klnnard on display al Ihe Arts Centre in Sechell.  Joel Johnstone pholo  Celebration Days brewing attractions  A family, A fair: lhat is the theme of this  year's Sechelt Celebration Days. Organizers  are busy translating that feeling into a two-  day reality scheduled for the July 4 and 5  weekend.  "The theme sets the tone for the event,  and whal we're trying lo accomplish this  year is a focus on the family and on the  greater family of the community," Celebration Days chairman Beverly Tanchak says.  Celebration Days will evoke a community atmosphere, after all it is the community  that will make the festival happen by participating in the two event-packed days and by  coming out to watch the fun..  The more the merrier, Tanchak said,  adding that there is still plenty of room on  Ihe schedule for activities.  Last year's Celebration Days chairman  Don Rose likes the new central venue at  Hacked Park and the timing - with a break  between the Canada Day and Celebration  Days to clearly demarcate Ihe two events.  What's on so far Ihis year? The Lions are  organizing a Journey for Sight from Hacked  Park to Porpoise Bay Park and back.  The Trail Bay Merchants Association  will host the popular Sand Castle Competition at Davis Bay Beach. The Sechell  detachment of the RCMP will organize a  bike rodeo. Of course the annual Celebration  Days parade on Sunday will be a central  event in the schedule.  There's more! The storytelling whale will  he beached somewhere on the grounds. The  Sechell Volunteer Fire Department will be  barbecuing delicious salmon dinners. The  Sunshine Coast Peace Committee will host a  free origami workshop in the park.  The Sechelt and District Chamber of  Commerce will line up an exciting agenda  of children's events.  The list goes on. Check local newspapers  or Coast Cable TV calendar for times and  details of events. To participate, contact  Tanchak at 88S-1986.  Faith   /JS  The Baha'i teachings speak  not only lo the spirit of  man, but the heart...  For Information  Call: 886-2078  or 885-7259  UWm'Mw  Rosemary's  Carpet Cleaning  Rooms  Plus.  Hallway  "Work Guaranteed  to YOUR  Satisfaction"  HB6-7419  Producer brings broad  experience to 'Gables'  The Sunshine Coast Music Society  iirtrst'iit*  The Canadian Musical  I^Anne o{ Q/teen Qabfes  conductor: Lyn Vernon  director: Edo Boersma  choreographer: Karen Boothroyd  al  The Festival Pavilion al Rockwood  Sechelt, B.C.  July 3,4,7,9,10,11 - 7:30p.m.  July 5,12 - 2:00p.m.  Tickets $12.00  $10.00 Members, Seniors _  Children under 12  Tickets available from  the Festival of the Written Arts  Ticket Booth 885-9631  Fax 885-3967  This Ad Spomofed By Pharmatava W 1 22 Qlbioni 688*7213  THINGS TO DO  on the Sunshine Coast  by Pat Font  "Nobody is more important  than anyone else," and the  whole is "very much a team  effort", is the premise from  which the production manager  for Anne of Green Gables, Pam  Feichlner, bases her efforts.  The Sunshine Coast Music  Society, in preparing for ils July  production, sought the _____  right person to coordinate these activities in the role of producer. Where best to  look but at previous  Coasl theatrical successes, where they  found Pamela Feicht-      ner, known locally as  producer of the Driftwood Players' recently acclaimed productions of The Busy Body and  Steel Magnolias.  Having received her diploma  in management in England, she  uses her skills when co-ordinating the myriad of volunteers  and committees that include  lights, costumes, props, makeup, rehearsal schedules, sel construction, budgets, hall bookings, even coffee and doughnuts. All these must work  together for a successful theatre  production.  A Gibsons resident for ihe  past 16 years, Feichlner's love  of theatre developed in her early  years as a child in Warwickshire, England. Her memories  'A clear  philosophy  has  developed'  are of a childhood steeped in  theatre, from her experiences  with Miss Buckley's Dancing  School at three years old,  through high school where  Stratford's Miss Denne-Parker  ensured exposure of her student  to all aspects of the stage; from  ihe footlights to the grease paint  to the carpenters' hammer.          At the same time,  Ihere would be a  constant variety of  stage theatre in'the  Warwickshire community with music  hall, pantomime,  classical and repertory productions available on a nightly  basis. To this day,  many towns in England have  their repertory theatre as a centre of the cultural scene.  A clear philosophy has  developed out of this broad  experience. In Feichlner's view,  her satisfaction comes from  watching the growth of the cast,  crew and orchestra as the show  comes together. In the case of  this Anne of Green Gables production, the rewards promise to  be even greater wilh the participation of a dozen children in the  cast - satisfying to one who  remembers her own development immersed in theatre.  Tickets are available  through the Festival of the Written Arts office at 885-9631.  Everyone Welcome  id!  pa^s^gg^  .   _���RhARB0UW    J  golf CLUBJ^  Lounge t Snack Bar ^ZC       '0o'v���," Cat Available  Hwy. 101,2 kmi. north of Harden Bay tumWI  Phono MJ-9M1 _J   Browse         D1UWX  Show Piece Galleiyi  For Handmade Gilts ��� Pottery ��� Cards ��� Candles ��� Art Supplies  280 Gown Point Row), Gibaona Landing ��� 886-92 J 3  Visit  Show Piece Framesm  Quality Custom Framing ���    ||gljf Frame-lt-Yourself Section  Wllaon Creek Plan  ���  M5-9215  VIDEO ETC  Would Like To  THANK  AliOurCuetomere  Who Helped To Meke Our  m  A HUGE SUCCESS   WINNERS  of the Hourly Draws Were  Alice LackeyGordon Beynon  Lorl WatsoirRoxanne Sammartlno  Bob SmalhDave Evanson  GRAND PRIZE Wl  Ware  Carol Blro$*8$rQ* Qrinler  ^ j  VII 14  I 14  over 2.500 movies including childicns  SUNNYCREST MALL  GIBSONS  OPEN  EVERYDAY 886-8312  _____ Coast News, May 18, 1992  15  leisure  [Coast musician returns  from abroad to play Sechelt  Former 'house' musician  I Steve 'Sparks' Hubert  returns  io the Wakefield Inn for one  | night only Wednesday, June 17.  Since leaving the Sunshine  I Coast to pursue his music career  I in Rocky Mountain Resorts and  I in the US, Sparks has recorded  I in Nashville, Tennessee with  I country music star Vcrn Gos-  Idin's band, been a three-time  I national finalist in the prestigious Kerrville, Texas, New  Folk Songwriters Competitions  [earning him performances al  linusic festivals in Spokane,  I Washington. Napa, California  land Kerrville, Texas which  I hosts the largest folk festival in  ��� the world. He then loured the  lllS with Ian Tyson's hand as  ��� bassist and vocalist for the Cow-  | (myography tour.  Other activities have Included acting as producer for a new  [progressive band from Washington, DC, called No Justice,  Ifor  their   first  commercial  ��� release - Warden. Also for per-  Iforming a series of engagements  ���with his own original music  |band, Silent Partner, at a jazz  cluh in Georgetown, Washington, DC.  Hubert has been a resident  entertainer al Fairmont Hot  Springs Resort, near Invermere  kince 1987. In 1980 he produced  Steve Sparks Hubert  and recorded his first independent album with local musicians  - Live At The Wakefield Inn.  The performance which resulted  in that album was one of the  first times a full band had performed at the Wakefield. The  project was co-produced by the  Radvmski brothers and engineered by Frank Campbell of  Local Traffic Only Recording  Services in Surrey.  The name Sparks was picked  up in recent years as an easier  handle for his more aggressive  professional profile in ihe US.  Steve married Nancy Baker  of Sechelt in 1981 and their two  children, Jeremy and Elizabeth  attend Sechell Elementary.  You can also catch Steve  Sparks at Lord Jim's Lodge,  Secrel Cove on weekends in  June and July. Call for details.  Butler in the  Hey jam with  their friends at  an Inner Ear  Studios party  May 10. The  theme from  Gilligan's Island  never sounded  like this before.  L Nancy Moole photo  iTenth festival made bigger, better  ,Peter Gzowski is coming to  chelt. So are Pierre Burton  I Trysh Ashby-Rolls.  '{They are just three of 23  acclaimed Canadian and Pacific  Northwestern Americans slated  to appear at the Tenth Annual  Festival of the Written Arts this  summer.  I The new festival brochure  ;ilso lists such talent as writer  flTim Wynne-Jones, actress/play-  ight Nicola Cavendish and  et Patrick Lane, all coming to  ; and philosophize about the  process of writing, the books  Shey've written and those they  Intend to write.  "It's going to be a great  year," Betly Keller, the festival's producer said, "particular-  because all the participants  are so enthusiastic about com  ..that always makes a differ  lence."  There is music scheduled as  ���well, for Ihe Festival Concert  [Series, wilh the Chamber Play-  lers of the Vancouver Symphony  ��� Orchestra, the Solid Brass  Trombone Band, Ihe Cornucopia Brass Ensemble, and two  concerts from the Festival Players Canada who regularly perform at the Vancouver Art  Gallery.  In addition, the Sunshine  Coasl Music Society will present Anne of Green Gables wilh  Lynn Vernon conducting.  The Festival will run from  August 13 through 16, squeezing the 2} visiting lecturers into  morning, afternoon and evening  schedules.  The concerts will occur  around ihe same period, with  Anne of Green Gables lo be performed for seven shows (including two matinees) starting July  3 through 12.  The cost of the individual  events is $7.50 ($5 for students)  and $10 for individual concert  tickets ($45 for an all five concert package). Anne of Green  Gables is $12 for regular admittance.  Going Away  on Vacation?  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May 19 at 8pm  NO MOVIES MAY 20 & 21  I TICKET PRICES  Adults $6 ���  Students $4.50  Seniors & Childten  Under Twelve $3  COMING  ATTRACTION  American Me  Starring James Olmos  Rated Restricted  May 22 - 28  Raven's Cry Theatre  l oc;uecl at House Of Hewhiwus, Sechelt BC  PHONl NUMBIR   881)--16/,  Roller Skating &  ^^^RoLLER Hockey  Sunshine Coast Arena  Coast News Classifieds all:  886-2622  885-3930  RAVENS CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  for the performing arts  Coming...May 20 & 21  from New York "  The  GIZMO GUYS  TICKETS: $10.00  Sunshine Coast Choristers  IN CONCERT 8:00 PM     TICKETS: $7.00  Fri. & Sat., May 29th & 30th  THE CENTENNIAL SINGERS  Saturday, June 6 spm tickets: $8.oo  rChe &oast Academy of  ^ance and ^fine Arts  SUNDAY, JUNE 7th  3:30pm  Sechelt Elementary School Choir  WED. JUNE 10th at 6:30pm  Coastdance Theatre School  Performance  SUNDAY, JUNE 28th, 4:30pm  Watch for the return of  Claire de Lune  with an afternoon  CHILDREN'S SHOW  and an evening of  CAJUN MUSIC  Saturday, July 11th  tickets at Reflections in Madeira Park -883 2545  and Sayward Books in Gibsons-886-3626  Call box office for information: 885 4673  \ H.  Gust News, May 18, 1992  AUTOMOTIVE  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  EXCAVATING  AUTOMOTIVE      Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. mi. Cibtom, B.C. B8b-8101  ^     v 1.1. s.,1  H-h haj   IU-1^  r iDHejrarrwnrainpsrai ^  j fitHgiaalwl IntpaKMon l-ratllBv  !_____ _i   R.  (604) 885-7576^  Messages 885-5281  kitt evans  Constriction  II Tims kl FMINtMTMMS - FUMNfi - MMOMTtOM  A BETTER" BOBCAT SERVICE  ���Complete Bobcal Services"  ��� Excavating - Backlilling ��� Retaining Wills -  Tienching - Landscape Comliuctlon - Oralnaga  ''"��"'       886*8538  Srarvice www wwww  Bo. 1221   Glbaon.  BC VON IVO  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  G. 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'  V   '        * ^^  Licensed & Bonded  PARKYN BAY CONTRACTING LTD.  I ,H. WOOOROW  Htsidenllal * lira liutallatimii 6' Strvtre  Res: (604) 58B-07a7 , ,    Propane*  ^oi Toll Free PapenM 979-4371*    <  *-Natural ties-  <fHS^     POIVIFRET  "%^^COIMSTRUCTIOI\l  Selective Land Clearing - Design Consulting  RR2 S41 C5, Qlbioni, B.C. V0N-1V0   Phone;886B900  9L\<*  1  Bit or Small We Do Than All  G & S DRYWALL  FREE ESTIMATES  h'ni All your /'lywa/l Needs  Please Call: 886-9204  QIBSONS SflND  '  & QRAVEL LTD.  &  Office: 886-8511  Cell: 328-7117  Res: 885-2008  D.C. Heating  Gas Fitting & Plumbing  24 Hours Service  Darcy Clark*  Gibaona. BC  (604) 886-8525  Free Estimates  _  M.JJ. Vinyl Siding  Soffits, FASIA, Shinier*.    CEDAR SIDING  J  I ml (inker  Phone �������} 6065  PO Box 1596  Sechell, B.C.  VON 3A0y  (ONSIKtJCTION  Ki4riN< nvk.a<'.  Rt*sidf ntial A  ommrrrial Const ruction  Renovitiom  1 Additions  ^   Laurie Lacovetsky 885-2887   J  ROOFING  Swanson's  Ready-Mu Ltd  jW-jjjj      I i Mi-53331   ,885-22261  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons Sechell Pender Harbour  Box 172. 5417 Bumei Rd., Sechelt  A. J. CONTRACTING  Roofing' Insulation * Painting  Concrete * Vinyl Siding  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  I  CONTOUR  ���-*  Quality Supply & Installation  -      Ceramic Tile, Carpet & Blinds  . SHOWROOM 851 HWY. 101 ��� GIBSONS ��� B.C. ��� PHjFAX: 886-3181/  Free Estimates  885-8924 j  SPOTLESS PAINTING  & WALLPAPERING        Inleiltjl/Ewonor FREE ESTIMATES  883-9843  ��� Pressure Washing  ��� Spi;u,*iiiy w,iil Finishes  Specializing in all types ol  FREE       ���Ommefclal & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886*2087 eves wa^���  A I T ENTERPRISES: Conetruollon Mnleat*  ^'vmg rue Coast Since I9��  A wariSfo      .CUSTOM HOMES  ;   jJ-TT-.l'/       'ADDITIONS  ja-pTO-itt       ' RENOVATIONS  C '���iMwln       ����������������  I WONO. iox m. OIBSONS, i.C. VON 1V0  Q Reedy Mix Concrete  l\ C Send 4 Qrevel  N r    CONCRETE  'O LTD  CRANE  RENTAL  ^FCHEIIPLANI  SSS-7180  ����HNCrMMU\SMIM  SEPtlC TANKS  WELL LINERS  CURBS, EIC  iHINf IIM.l]  ���IS PLAN!    I  1-8174   J  GIBSONS  886-  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  r.  Asfiward Contracting  ~ QUALITY HOME  BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN & DRAFTING  rr,. Estimate Call  Hoavard Ashmore  885-6443;  H.a. Clectric  REStOEHIUl  Liny Andtvson  Foi Professional a Courteous Service  UK. 1-I27W WameckM.*.    MkMM MMIH  MedelrePiA,I.C.imi2M      Rat. Da. lien  V  A Complete  Asphalt Service  FREE ESTIMATES  TRI-CITY PAVING LTD.  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  PLANT SITE PORpOISE BAY RD.  TELEPHONE 885*2726 SECHELT B.C.  .PETER J. SUGARS  CmlotwCtNiwti  Kitchens ��� Bathrooms ��� Mlllwork  shop 886-8615    ���>    res. 886-2231  A VII* Store  Furniture Land  Highway 101, Box 2549. Sechelt. B C VON 3A0  �� Telephone (604) 885-5756 ��� Fax (604) 885 2756 j  If you were .iilvi'ilisinci hen:  you'd lx: ��� ��;<iclit'ic| wilaont  yoiir%elf  -  And **��o uvnuld  everybody else  ^QMJjTACTOR  i ffecfafaiwrtft 886-7254.  D & B CRANE RENTAL  Phone: 884-5266  Night: 885-7085  'SECHEL T PRESSURE WASHING\  ���Free Estimates  ��� Fully Insured To Do Cedar Roofs  and Vinyl Siding  EXCAVATING  (AMY'S GMNE SERVICE  STON UFT - HOOK HEKJUT 65'  15TON UFT - HOOK HEIGHT 80  I  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ' KITCHENS a BATHROOMS ��  886-9411  Callulmr  644-4907  RENOVATIONS WEST  CONTRACTING  CUBtoitl Building ��� Remodelling ��� Framing  Foundahons ��� Home Repairs ��� General  C ontrai Hng ��� Small Jobs Welcome  HI    I' "il Hon AchCtMMI   BB5-0891 after 6.00 pm  ^BHIARIHIEWMAM EXCAVATIME ^        N  ��� Septic Fields ���  ��� Drainage - Excavation  ��� Water Lines      - Rock Walls  i Landscape Construction ���  ��� Call 8863977 J  )|       J,     RENOVATIONS WITH >  WtlthtP. * T0UCH "F CUSS  <H/U* "V   COMMERCIAL 4 RESIDENTIAL  IMPROV7ER    ^  LTO IULTMOON mwj  /PRECISE PAINTING & PLASTEK\  e All Phasa-a of Drywall  ��� Canf���te Cuaom Palntinn  ��� fire _ Water Damap-  ��� (oumryman Wortunanlhip  Ntek  M649U PwehH��  Vance  886-9l<��7 Coast News. Mav 18. 1992  17  sports  Ctost call! B.\ Hlaiklnp is l,iKK��l on this base pla> and later U_ti-d b> a lalein-ihe-name comeback by Ravsitlc Siiwiiillls, who won 7-6, as   retjular season plav tl the Sunshine I oast Mens j  Softball look offal Hackelt Park lasl week. j, c |. r     ne  r. i.  Fortv-.iv men ind women  attended the Monday twilight  and tne good news was that  Hugh \'.i ���'._���.;. had i bad back  so that gave everyone else a  chance it >eme prizes iHope  sou mane a ipeedv recovers.  Hugh  Result, ire is follows  1st low gross - Enc Antilla  md Mom Lingnam. Ind low  gro>s - WiM Crowe ind Beth  Mulhera. 3rd low gross ��� Neil  Reeder ind Jackie Hoaoper. and  �����th low iross ��� Enc Antilla ind  Ev Tapio  1st low net Richard Frapp  er ind Olive Montgomery. Ind  low net Ben Dim ind Carol  Reid. 'rd low net ��� Elds Gandy  and Snirley Grout, ind 4th low  net ��� Bruce Hamilton and Lots  Haddon  KP number ? men ��� Will  Crowe, ind kP number 3 ladies  Wendy Haddock. KP number  6 - Jay Desman.  Longest dnse men - Darren  Reid. longest drive ladies -  Joyce Reid. closest to tbe line  men ��� John Wiikocfc closet to  Keep up to tbe  group in front  of you'  _e line ladies ��� Joan Willcock;  lowest putts ��� George Reid and  Joan Maginnis  Disaster hole went to John  Willcock and Carole Frappier  with a 9 on numba*r two.  Senior Men's Day May 5  results 1st low gross - George  Langham with a "I. 2nd low  gross ��� Bill Dean with a "'3. 1st  low net - saw i two way tie at  62 - Rov  LaFave and Bob  Rachardsoo. 2nd low net - God  Hall. 3rd low net - saw a r*o  way ae at 65 - Cece Clements  and John Pincnen  KP number 3 - W'ib Slater.  KP number 6 - Roy LaFave  Pender Hartwur Golf Club  Ladies day  Ladies day Apnl 30/92.  Ladies day saw a r_.\ed bag for  weather, but the hardy prevailed  to plav a round of "Tic Tac  Toe-  Low gross - Mom Langham  with i 93. 1st - Mom Langham  and Ev Tapio with 18 points.  2nd - Catherine McQuitty with  1" points.  Nine holers" 1 st ��� .'oan WU1-  cock 12 points. 2nd ��� Joan  Meanms with 6 points.  Ladies Club Fairway Clippings' From our rules chairman,  don t worry who i> behind you  just keep up to the group in  front of vou.  Roller hockey faces off at Sechelt arena  Strap on your helmets, adjust  your pads and lace up your  shiny new roller blades, 'roller  hockey" has come to the Sechelt  arena.  Roller blades are the latest  sport trend. A cross between ice  and roller skates, roller blades  have single handedly changed  traditional Canadian street hock  ey into a game that more closely  resembles the NHL...no longer  are old tennis shoes enough to  make one a star in the asphalt  rinks marked out by sweaters  and jackets on neighbourhood  side streets.  Roller hockey league orga  nizer. Gordon Clayton of Trail  Bay Sports, is inviting roller  blade enthusiasts to show up to  register at the skating rink 2 pm  this Saturday iMay 2'" and he  expects the response *ill be  good. Ihe initial li-st of interest  ed skaters had over 200 names  Al a leagii.- sport, roller  hockey in Sechelt has yet to  evolve Clayton said it will  take lime 10 find out how many  people want to play the game,  how serious thev are. and ho*  r AQUA BLAST  POWER WASH  HOME /COMMERCIAL  HOT/COLD WATER  V_P��9T�� 885*5111      Ev�� 885-5950/  77la* Flmir Slnre al Your Dnnr  With Free lay Hnme Shopping  HaidwiioaJ ��� CctairBb ��� vVaHli.cs ��� <.tM lilts  Area Runs ��� Carpets ��� liiinlcum ��� Hoot liles ��� Maittk:  G IMS Blocks  Wis-.".-*' ��� 8flfc*fl68/Mon   Sal 9:30 5 unpin  shrin.ri.nni i vw itwy ml Wilson Creek  LANDSCAPING  n  (Ouccaneer  Marina V Re- pt Lt:  KaBfl - Sec II ...�� aj5-*988  Watt MARINE SPECIALISTS "   ���:������.  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  ��l: [ttraegfesi h  Car,'" Boats iaw  .n-Stocli  - v _cv  r.lasUI!:*'!  OUTBOARDS  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  r GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE^  Custoni C.jtiiig   Planing  Seaei SMtog  Posts J I  Chris Napper 866-3468  R.R (4. SS. C78.  Gibsons. 8 C  VON 1V0  S & G TREE SERVICE  i  Topping ��� Trimming 'Pruning ��� Brush Chipper  Danqw T r���� Removal  Bonded and IrtfUTtd ��� ^0 Y��afs ttpvmnM  885-3807  "^j^i  MARINE SERVICES  maa*i  Motel * Campsites 'Watfr Taxi " ,  V-M,iri,l,-k.|,.,ii-, ��� Ir ������ .mil !,������ Hi' M\-UM,J  ^  STIHL  CHAINSAWS  & TRINLMERS  KM I Y  Sales and Service  731 North Road, Gib-sorts ��� 886-2912  COTTRELLS MARINE SERVICE  EbcMIm OiitoraMp to Kit  Suwhint Cowl for  Yamaha  Outboards.  EinfMoMl quality  M in iiceptionally  tow price.  I new  lines ltac S6.T-ice  Tree Surgeon j   88+-s2h3 (24 hrs.i  Shape��� fife ^ ;^��*4ropping  Dan��T�� 5-^U^._ndC-����g  Kpmov.it *     ' ���=_���  rutK .Mm** We Buy Timber -��p��-.i ih* ����?it  COTTRELLS fl  Bflft 300-  POOLS & SPAS  PRECISE LEISURE PRODUCTS  ���aCHHSiSMS  return* ��m.  I.M.  ���mi���t :o����aa��T��o  M74S41  leMttmeian-mi  mans aolunteers would assist in  organizing tha; league.  "I won't be able do it all  mvself." he said, "and anyone  who wants to help is welcome."  Clayton said the cosl of participating was also open to discussion and could be done on a  drop-in basis, monthly or seasonally Again, depending on  demand.  He said there would be no ice  on the arena for the rest of the  summer so it was possible to  hold skating times or league  games through out the week.  The season will stretch over  the summer months iuntil they  put ice back onto the playing  surfacer and any money raised  will either be put back into the  league next year, or will go into  upgrading the arena.  Men Tarn xa. ft.    Tiaan Tim Mt Pt  1 35 109  18    600 132  MO    120 ta  8 55 15.2  Fn    Tama. Ht Ft  5 25 10.3  22    9:00 111  FR    4 00 4.8  1145 14 5  2:25 10 9  19    6 40 12 7  TU    2 00 2 3  9'40 15 1  Sel   Tarn Ht Pt  630 97  23 10:10 105  SA    4 40      5.9  ���Md Ttme HtR.  3 20 10 9  20    720 122  WE    2:40 3 0  10 20 14 9  Sun  Ta��e Ht Ft  12:25 14 3  24    725      8.  SU   1140 10.1  5:30      7.0  Thuri Tm. Ht Ft  420 106  21    3:05 11.6  TM    3:15 3.8  1105 14 7  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Time  Tide Tabt.es courtesy of  PRONTO'S  FIN'E DINING RESTAURANTS  Gibsons ��� 886-8138 Sechelt ��� 885-1919  1991 Bicycle  Gear Out Sale!!!  This Sale in effect while stocks last)  Mountain Bikes  91 GIAUT BOUldW ATX  reg 459.95 Ml��SS9.f5  ��� ntenaa Red  Sack ��� ATX-1 Fg�� Ci**H*KJly Framaj  ��� Suntour XC Come Shifters ��� Suntcur X-1 OtmHeurs  ��� Di�� Comoe Brakeset ��� aViya CV-7 Alloj Hrm  ��� Men's 18" ^'am*.  91 giant sedona  reg   565.95 Sll�� 479.9S  Men's ���*' ( X' rrtme ��� Mediterranean Bus��� M  Crc-mciy =rane ��� Sharrare 9aeld fire Snifters ���  Stvimano lOOLX SIS Dertieurs ��� Shmena M464 i  SLR 3raka_rt ��� Aran HX-7 Moy Rims  91 Giant Iguana  All Terrain /  fitness Bikes  91 Giant 1901  reg 1119-95 salt 799.95  Men s 22* Frame ��� Peen wmaa I Oarcoei ��� Carbon  Fiber Frarn* ��� Slwiano ST-MD70 SNtars ��� Snimano  Deore LX 0**fiil!eu*s ��� SNrara/io Oeor�� LXBradeset  ��� Ai*r*ya RftM 7 Maty Rarra  91 GIANT Predifly  reg 609.M sale S09.9S  Men s 20" Frame ��� Silver M ��� Full Cro-moiv Irame  ��� Snimano Rapn) Fue STiRers ��� Shtmano 500 LX SIS  DeriillPcrs ��� Shamarc M6S01 SLR Brakeset  ��� Arraya VX-300 Alloy flfcw.  reg   485.95  Women s 16 5' Frame ��� Zrarbery ��� Fia* Crr>iT��-*��  F-ame ��� Sumour XC LTD EnO'ess SMtors ��� Suntour  XCM inoe. Derarlleora ��� Dia Comce XCM i SS-5  Sraaesei ��� Arava VP-20 Alloy Rims  91 Giant Acapulco  sale 2S9.9S  sale 409.95   91 GIANT NUtra  sale 319.95  reg   309.95  Mens K  4 II  ='ame'8lacii   Saopl*��  I ensile Sieei c-are ��� Srwnano MY-20 W  ��� Snrmarc SiS Derailleurs > Arlcv BmKanr  ��� Aiesa 421 Alloy Rims  ���Htari  n Srntters  Youth series  91 Giant PuddH  reg  165.00 Sale 139.95  Girts9" Frame  Pink ��� ca> Training Wheels  91 Giant Animator  reg 165 00 sale 139.95  Boy s tr Frame ��� Red ��� cva Trammg VVYieeis  reg   379.95  Men s 20' and 22' Frame) ��� Scarlet and Hacn  ��� Cro-itioN Main TJm ��� Suntour XCT Ejpr��s SHifaWS  ��� Suntour XCT -i*e�� Deralleurs ��� D�� Caxnpe XCT 1  394P BnKeset ��� Wemriam Alloy rims  Racing / Road Bikes  91 Giant Allegre  reg  719.95 sale 599.95  Scarlet ��� Full Cro-moly Frt/ne 'Stitm-io RX10O SiS  Snitters ��� Shimano RX100 SIS Oeraileurs ��� Snimano  RX10QI SLR BraMSSl ��� Welter GTX Alloy Rims  91 Giant Excursion  reg  929.95 Sale 719.95  fcten s 22" Frame ��� Plum ��� Ful Cro-moly Frimaa ���  Shirneno ST-M050 SNBers ��� Shimano Deore LX  Derailleurs ��� Shimano MBS01 SLR Braksset ��� Araya  VX-4aXRims ��._.���  The Managers^  "AU 1991 BIKES  MUST ��OlH"  GOOD  CENTS8 18  Coasl News. M.iy IB, \Wl  Pay for 2 inserts ��^ ^ **^2�� C1TS!S ��H3_^  <_w 4 insertsFrKFrprf S ^siireffiU-  Homes &  Property  New quality built home. YMCA  no Langdale, 3 bdrm up ensmle,  soaker tub. angle srwwef, come*  sink Mam bathroom combination  bath/shower unit. 2 bdrm down  stairs with bathroom tubishower  Large utility room, rumpus room  . car gaiage 885*4616,885-2735  eves ss  Madeira Paik, by  aattsman/owner 2.057 sq It 5  bdrms. 2 baths, on sunny (jnvale,  need one acre Solid pine doors.  Ikea kitchen and baths Attached  365 sq It family room/ollice/stu- j  dio/workshop/bed & txeaktast K  12 schools, shops, banks, 2 doc-  tois. dentist, mannas withm 5 15 i  mins Short walk to waterlionts  Completion within approx 2  mos.    $179,900 883-2882 "20  Homes &  Property  Attiactive 3 bdrm 1 1/2 bams 2  level lownhouse There is high  quality lloor coverings window  coverings & appliances Good  view ol mountains and some  ocean view, close to school &  shopping Ideal lor young lamily  Fa apol lo view call 886-3313  ���22  Large vew lot Davis Bay  appioveo septic lank walei.  hydro* 18 I iiailei $6?9O0 No  agents 9871541 ss  ANDERSON REALTY  * Recreation ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  FRII  CATALOOUI  msi Com i ii   Bo. 1219  j�� MB 1 C VON JA0  885 3*11 FM 815 2199  .,,���,   tol       .684 8016  Langdale, by ownei. attractive  1056 sg It. 2 bdim bungalow on  83.163' lol. 690 sq It linished  bsmt, 2 FP. insert in bsml New  double windows and caipel. carport and cedar siding exterior  886-9290. ��20ss  1/2 acie lot Lohn Rd. Redioolls.  controlled subdivision. $49,500.1-  228-9680. ss  New 1340 sq. It. lancnei. 3 bdrm,  2 baths. 2 car garage on Fawn  Rd $129,000 885-7972 or 885-  5405 #21  Langdale lol ��� 125 x 162. norlh-  west corner, Wharl 4 Johnson  Rd., view over Howe Sound.  $85,0001-929-2674. #22  Pender Harbour semi waletlionl,  3 bdrm. split level home 16.34  shop on 1/2 acre i oveilookmg  Headwater Manna perlect loi  boater Now only $154,000 883-  9317 #20  48' > 330' ot prime low bank  wateilronl in Gibsons Haibour  near Gibsons Marina House  needs repair but could be fixed  up loi lecieational or rental use  Property zoned Tounsl Commercial (C-2) Oouble garage plus  storage shed $189,500 Phone  Jenniler 1-689-7070. ss  New, 3 bdrm. by owner.1250 sq  It. w/double garage, 2 I baths.  1,replace vaulted ceiling, corner  lol. app 60x120 NpGST No  agents Gibsons $138,500, 886-  3138 #21  CLASSIFICATIONS  Home a Property  Bkthe  Obltueaiee  In Memorial*!  Thank You  Personal  Announcement  Recreation  Weddlnge t  Engagement*  10. Loot  11. Found  12. Pale I Lrveetock  13. Muralc  14. Travel  II. Wanled  1��. Free  17. Oarage Salet  11. Barter*Trade  to. Appliance*  20. Furniture  21. For Sole  22. Heavy Equipment  23. Auloe  24. Trucka  25. Camper*  2t. Marine  27.  Mobile Horn**  20. Motorcycle*  2t. Wanted to Rent  30. Bed and Breakla*!  31. For Rani  32. Commercial lor Rant  33. Entertainment  34. Help Wanted  35. Business and Home  Service*  3��. Work Warned  37. Childcare  31. Bualneee Opportunities  30. Legel  40. Too Late lo Cl.t.lfy  ���*ond-***��f3gD  At any of our convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY ML! 21188  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 883-9S5I  In Halfmoon Bay  B*l STORE 8854433  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET! hki ''7' I  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 883 MOO  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THF. COAST NF.WS  I        .*>52l Cowrie Street 885 39.io  i!    In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (behind Dockslde Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  There is always a smiling face to receive your '  Classifieds at (he Roberts Creek General Stoat, our  "Friendly People Place" in Roberts Creek  1    Homes &  Property  House with woikshop on 16  acres Gibsons aiea Ideal lor  hobby laim Close lo school and  shopping centres Enquire Bos  376 c/o Coasl News. Bo. 460.  Gibsons.SC VON 1V0       ��1W  ACREAGE NEAR SECRET  COVE" Serviced, easy beach  access$67,500 1-224-6180  tt  Neai 3 bdrm by builder 1400 sq  II Finished 3 appl. mortgage  helper down $164,900 Call Craig  885 0946 eves ��20w  Paradise cornet 3/4 acre over  looking Gibsons Harboui 10 mins  lo yactil marina, quiel, evetgreens  background on Gibsons Creek  ravine Foi multi development All  services 888 7870 ��20w  3 bdrm 2 level home. I 1/2 baths.  30.15' workshop in Madeira  Park. $87000 1 874 0960 "2'cn  By owner. Twin Oaks Slrala  Townhouse with attached carport  Two bdrm , large stoiage room,  palio. appis 4 window coverings  $94,900 Phone 686 3460 alt  6pm Mlw  Large Lol in Selma Paik 3 bdrm,  2 balh. 2 l/p. i in law suite.  $145000885-5489 evenings   SS  GAMBIER ISLAND  $118,000 Over I sere ol unique  seml-waterlront wilh 2 bdrm.  log cabin, sundeck. shop and  carport, t/2 icre lenced wilh  girdeni end Iruit trees. 866-  4917. No agents please.    TFN  2 1/2 acie seiviced loi loi sale,  neai Secret Cove 224-6180   ss  View lot. watei. hydro. $42,000  lum Chamberhn 4 Central. Gibsons 886-9049 ss  Stillwater. South Powell River  Basement home, view, beach.  $98.000.487-9334 ss  THINKING  OF SELLING  ' I dont took at * as buying or  selling houses I look at it as  helping people achieve what  want out me  NC) QUESTION MOUTH,.  CALL  KEN SHEARSMIIH  885-6277  Qntu-K  21  SIEMTNS HEAL1V INC.  SriOTMEDOST SECHELT  885-5290  Spectacular t/2 acie view lot.  Above Madiera Park, by owner  $32,000 683-2800 #22  Stillwater. South Powell River.  Basemenl home, view, beach,  $89,900 487-9334 ss  t/2 acre view lot. southern exposure well Heed, gentle slope,  $80,000 886-7641 #22W  2 bdim home on .6 acies with  1008 sq ft shop in Welcome  Woods area. A must see. 685-  0950. ��22w  WANTED  ���/��� 3 Bedroom home on large  lot 4 quiet street In Roberts  Creek. Leave message lor  Brian at 886-8755  3.  Obituaries  My sincere thanks lo Di Myhiii  Jones, all the slall at Totem  Lodge. Shotnciille and St Marys  tot the care and atlention given lo  my lale wile Geida ovei me  yeais Wemei Bom and Sons  ���20 a,  6    Personal  Announcernen.t  WEIGHT WATCHERS  New 10 week session beginning  Wed. May 20 Fa mae mlo call  Carol 886-7454 #20W  Aro you a woman in an unhappy  relationship do you need to talk*  Call the Sunshine Coast Transition House loi conlidenlial 24 hr  service 885-2944 TFN  Independent S/W children grown,  smoker moderate drinker (but  healthy) would like to meel man  with good sense ol himsell In similar situation Musl be able to  laugh about He, love and death II  you can relate to this please write  to Boa 377. c/o Coast News. Boa  460. Gibsons, BC #21W  Do you watch 'The Dating Game'  a 'Studs' and wish lhat you weie  on TV meeting the mate ol youi  dieams? Well you wont be on TV,  but you can still meet that special  someone. For Iree inlormation call  886-9372 Ml  Attention Subscribers'! Local resident ol Sunshine Coast would like  a pen pal. Please write RRI, Site  1, Comp 26. Gibsons. BC. VON  1V0. Ml  BURSARY  Gibsons Business 4 Professional  Women's Club is ollering a bursary to a mature woman further  ing hei education Applicants  should provide details of course ol  study, brief peisonal summary  and reasons seeking bursary  Musl be submitted by May 31  1992 to PO. Box 1012. Gibsons.  BC VON IVO. MOW  7    Announcement  POTTERY SALE  Handcrafted stoneware by  ELAINE FUTTERMAN and MIKE  ALLEGRETTI, CREEK CLAYWORKS OPEN HOUSE Sat and  Sun.. May 30 4 31,10am to 4pm.  f 738 Lockyer Rd. Robeits Creek.  Phone 885-2395 lor inio or directions. MtW  Regal Greetings 4 gilts. II you  would like to receive a catalogue  call Kim 885-5593 sending orders  May 24th 4 June 7 M2  ���Jht'tittt mkotvets  \K��sk��ui\  i alum .. a. alii, 11,11,1,1...  nil fiesta i imsu.li sin in I...  C .,nu-Sav 11.  MOLLVS LANE - MAY. 18  'Motto, lane  KSfi-WS KSSMKi  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885 7683, 24 hour line        TFN  Does someone in youi lamily  have a dunking problem? Call Al  Anon 886 9903. 885 7484, 886  9059 AlAieen 886 2565     NC  ��� ������������������I  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD  Benjamin Moore Painti  Enviionmeni  Friendly Pciinrs     ..-  tn All  Colours Ot  the Rembo*  Including Qieen  Bill Wood  SECHELT _L  Bus 885-2923  Res 885-5058  ,_>/  43  Fw Sale Uptight piano altei May  31 $1800 886-0995 Lyn Vernon  Ml  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  #  Ken ItalKleish  886-2843  Yamaha PSR 19 eleclionic key  board/stand and adaptor $270.  Ana pro HRS suay cal proter  sion.il electric guitar. $150 885  3547 or 886-7069 MOW  19   Appliances  Gold range $200. Dryer $150  8864787 ��2  Yvonne Bamc is now working as  an oui. on sales lep loi Elite  Tiavel Call 886 4862 oi 886-  2522 MOW  A  FOOT MASSAGE Certified  Reflexologist at the Creek Hair  Salon Thurs. 4 Fri. alternoons.  Please phone for appointment  886-9234 oi 885-5512      MOW  strike it m4]  with?!  LOG ENDS  by container  load  886.7033  Dr. Terry Amel and Dr. Jenniler  Law at Pender Haibour Medical  Clinic, summer hours Sat., 9 am  lo 1 pm, June 6 Ihiough Sept. 12.  M2W  MAPLE LEAF SS  Skipper-chartered sailing, fishing  in scenic Strait ol Georgia. 6 person max., $500 per day 885  7565 eves. M1W  Adult children ol Alcoholics or dis-  lunclional families please call  886-3849 or 885-4622 loi help  NC  8.   Recreation  Ladies English tiding lackel, grey,  sire 12. Western ladies size 12  shirt. 886-9346 alt 5 30 pm TFNs  Will remove unwanted Fir 4 Aider  tiade labour lor wood 892-8020  ��22  CONTINUING  EDUCATION  SCHOOL DISTRICT  N0.46I  REGISTER NOW  FOR  "PANNING  FOR GOLD"  MAY 30th  PHONE 885-2991 FOR INFO  Leam to scuba dive Piolessional  instructors Full Padi Certification  Sasport Scuba 885-9830    TFN  Box ol World Book Encyclopedia  alter Welcome Beach Flea Market. May 3. Call Grace. 885-9269.  M0  12. Pets&  Livestock  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  MARK - Passed away at home on  May 8 1992 Murray Mark, lale ol  Sechelt. Survived by his loving  wife Mavis and many friends.  Murray cared deeply about the  enviionmeni and wildlife, and  belonged to many organizations  dedicated lo preserving earth  Memorial service Sunday May 17  at 2:00 pm in St John's United  Church, Sechelt. Rev Bert Ramsey officiating.Remembrance  donations may be made to Western Canada Wilderness Committee or local Wildlife Rescue  Groups. M0  FUNNELL Pased away May fl  1992, Hazel Funnell, late ol Gibsons in her 80th year. Survived by  one daughter Donna and her husband Tucker Forsyth of Gibsons;  one son Stanley Funnell and his  wife Gina of Prince George; 7  grandchildren; 8 great-grandchil-  dren; one brother, Earl Hanka ol  Sechelt; two sisters. Hilda  McPhail and Gloria Durban of  Burns Lake. Memorial service  Tues., May 19 at 2 pm in the  Chapel of Devlin Funeral Home,  Gibsons, Reverend Bert Ramsey  officiating. Cremation. Remembrance donations may be made to  Ihe BC Heart Foundation. MOcn  MASSAGE WORKSHOP: Leam  basic massage Instructor David  Dressier, R.M.T. Sat. May 16.  11:X-2:00, FrtCd, 743 North Rd  $25 payable by May 13 al FitCo  oi Gibsons Health Centre Inio  886-4606, 686-3622 Partner is  possible. MO  We buy beer bottles ind beei  cans, paying 60 t/doz. 886-  1039. TFN  '/  Expert |  repairs and  servicing on all  brands ol sewing  machines.  Singer, Kenmore,  Pfaft, Janome,  Elna, Bernina,  and all makes of  vacuum cleaners.  - Free Estimates ���  AU WORK  GUARANTEED  SEWING MACHINE  & VACUUM CENTRE  Cowrie St, Sechelt  (opposite Dar.!: of Montreal)  _    885-8843  UDCS IN TRANSITION  Contact Kathryn at 682-0260 days  or 885-7823 after 7 pm. For an  idea to help you financially or to  reduce your personal stress and  add that extta energy needed at  this time. #20  Fiiendly oiange tabby cat  Female. 886-2417 ��22  Regsterd Cam terriers, I si shots,  686-3141 M2w  FAIRWAY STABLES  Now open In Roberts Creek,  Boarding, training, lessons  Certified Level I English coach.  Loll ol trills nearby Leslie  685-5423. M1W  HEMLOCK/BALSAM  WOOO SHAVINGS   for horse  bedding (no cedar) Gibsons  Sand 4 Gravel. 686-8511 eves  885-2008. TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then 4 Now Furniture.  699 Highway 101. Gibsons. 886-  4716 or Marine Fashions.     NC  Help reduce the pet over-population problem - spay or neuter your  pel NC  Beautiful Lab X puppies loi sale.  Avail. May 30.885-5527      M0  LLAMAS FOR SALE Females 4  males now avail. Exc. breeding  stock with great disposition.  Cedar Ridge Farm, 1127 McKen  zie,Abbotslotd Calif-859-7252  M0  Blue Heeler free to good home  with acreage. 98M626       M0  , Brittany Lab ��� Handsome neighbor ��� 2 girts -i 4 boys. Chocolate.  $75 each. Ready to go. 685-2803.  20  Top $ paid loi military items.  Rifles, bayonets, badges, medals.  886-7591. M9cn  9 9 hp Johnson lor parts Early  1970s Transom mount and turning pivots must be intact. Call  885-7906. Ml  Child's diessei 885-0800 altei  6pm Mlw  Wanled Acoin or Franklin wood  stove $50 Phone 886 8719 Mlw  Handiessei who does hair in her  home. Call 885-9997. M0  9 oi 10 It. Davidson row or sailboat good condition 885-3123.  Ml  Utility nailer. 885-5416        MO  Woiking woman looking lor house  to share, Robeits Cieek or  Sechelt liom now until September Phone Nancy 885-3930  Days. 885-3512 Eves. M2  Olfice Furniture to borrow lor  Rockwood Centie story Telling  project. Please call 885-2522 #20  Small oulboard, suite 21(2 hp.  small dinghy 885-0890       #20  Cement mixei, camper 8-9-1/2',  newer cond, 886-8382 eves. #20  Old - antique caipenters 4 cabinet  makers tools, also old toy trains 4  metal toys. Call collect 576-6370.  #21cn  Free mini bridge lessons Sr Citizens Hall Mondays 7:00 pm. #22  17. Garage Sales  15' Gumey It Indge h.g; 30" Gm-  ney stove h g; almond Gibson II  Indge; polai small bai tiidge;  woodgrarn door, veiy nice, $149;  Viking 15' 2 dr, II hg Indge. $349;  Admiral 30' hg. stove sell-dean,  $279. White West H 30' stove,  sell dean, corning cooktop, $297;  Speed Queen almond dryer,  $179; Inglis portable washer,  $289; Inglis super B 17 c I  almond Indge II. $449, Gibson 16  c f almond II Indge, $379, and  mote 90 days to two yeais war  ranty Call B|��n 885-7897 or Cor  net Cupboard 885-4434       #20  Will buy nonwotking ma|Or appli  ances 885 7897 #20  GIBSONS WINTER CLUB Annual Flea Market June 7 Foi table  rentals, phone Kathy at 886-8155  days. 886-3211 eves       MOcn  Gaiage Sale Sat May 23rd 807  Kiwanis Way 11-2pm #20  Multi family May 23 4 24, 9-ipm  Household items, slove, skates,  children's clothing 0-5 Everything  must go #27 Selma Vista Trailer  Park ��20w  Muit. lamny gaiage sale May  23rd IO-2pm, lumtiture, kitchen,  toys, bikes 4 much more. 738  Maplewood Lane #20  19. Appliances  TltcK tmi Hum  FioutUute  689 Hwy., 101  GIBSONS  886-4716  Floral sola 4 chair, enc cond The  lust$150lakes 8869189    #20  Dresser 6 night stand, $250;  hutch 4 night sland, $250; desk,  $150: Smgei (reddle .in beautiful  cabinet. $300; oveisize loveseat  with golden oak tiim 4 spindles.  $300; Fischer steteo, $100: AGS  colour TV, $150; Sharpe's convection microwave, $150; occasional chaiis, $50 each 886  3067. #21W  Dining   room,   solid   wood,  mahogany table c/w 5 chaiis.  $300 886-9856 (leave message)  #20w  Electnc medichau. practically  new Phone 885*222        ��'  ANYTHING Give us a make 4  model ��� il required, how much  you want to spend. Wen try oui  best 886-9033. ��'w  Walkenzed. 2101 low houis, bars  and chains induced. 1991 model.  $900 OBO 83211. ask lor Brian  MOW  New professional worm dnve circular saw. 71/4', 13 amp, $160.  8863107 ��0W  GENESIS concert tickets lor June  14 alBC Place 886-9799 *20cn  Anco Gas luinace Good cond  $315 865-6276 _J��  6 cyl Foid maiine diesel, 4 -1  capitol gear $8500 obo, oi  tiade foi tractor plus cash, 886  9981  �����  USED RAILWAY TIES lot retaining walls. Unscreened topsoil  $110 load 886-8204 ss  Imagewnter LQ printer loi Macintosh 260 DR wide carriage, dust  covet, cables, exc cond., $700.  885-3342 M0  Teak triple diessei with mirror, 4  drawer chest, night table $125,  dropleal dining table 4 chaiis  $450, double bed with headboard,  as new $200 885-7420       #21  Why buy used, buy new solid  pine table. 4 chairs $300. pan twin  beds with futons $250 each.; solid  pine roillop desk $425. childtens'  table 4 4 chaiis. $125.12 place  setting Stonehenge Midwinter  $100. Rattan glass lable 4 4  Chans $300 885-3655 Ml  Deluie chrome kitchen lable, 48  60', 2-12" leaves, 6 chaiis, good  cond, $150.886-8866.     #20cn  Antique bullet - china cabinet 4  hossier 885-0950. #20  Sola hide-abed, $450; recliner  chair, $150; kingsize waterbed.  $250 All in enc, cond, 886-8866.  ���20  Oueen bed, exc. cond., $100;  twin, $50.885-2727 M0  Small dining room suite, lable,  bullet and 6 chaiis. Excellent condilion, all wood, $800 OBO. 885-  4735 #20W  Sola 4 chan. beige tweed, high  back, $350 885-3358,        #20  Attiactive kitchen suite 48x36  table/2 extia leaves. 4 chairs.  Good cond $140; Checkeied  sola 4 chair $240 Call 885-7651  aftei Saturday noon #22  SALE  8' cedar 4x4's, $6 each. 885  5031 ss  LUMBER SALE  2x10 70��/Lin Fl, 2x6 3W/Lin  Ft All mil run Douglas Fri.  Gibsons Mobile Saw Service.  886-3468. *21cn  T t S SOIL I opson - Bark Mulch -  Mushroom Manure Phone anytime 885-5669 TFN  Uptight ireezer $300, 3 way  fridge/stove 4 sink for boat/trailer.  $500 and misc items 885-4812  Mt  Gibson washer, older model,  good working condition, $75.885-  1917 MOcn  Admiral 24' electric range, white,  good condition $350 886 2560  MO  White Inglis supetb plus tange,  $300 OBO; Almond portable dishwasher. $100 OBO, 886-9405.  M2W  Sanyo potable cellular phone  compact, light weight, etgonomic  design grip belt. $850 OBO. 886-  7097. ss  Float house. 750 sq II one  bdim propane appliances, wood  heat, $12,800 OBO 885-1942. ss  SAWDUST Hemlock/Balsam loi  gaidening and horse bedding.  Cedar and bark mulch lor other.  Gibsons Sand 4 Gravel Ltd. 886-  8511 eves. 885-2008.        TFN  HAY/StrawHOO/Bele  GARDEN MULCH HAY  $3.50/Bale  OATS/WHEAT ,10/lb.  Phone 885-9357  TFN  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  4' PVC solid oi perforated pipe,  $11;ABS4:$23;3:$!5;2:$10;1  1/2'. $8, all tO' lengths, will deliver. 886-3910 TFN  CEDAR SHAKES 6 LUMBER,  any size Will custom cul. 885-  566901885-5601. TFN  30' Viking tange, $60; Zero Clearance fireplace 4 chimney, $120;  ornate cast walei rids. 294-1941  01886-8291. MO  New depth soundei. Kelvin Hughes 600 fl. 4' paper readout, transducer $375, retail $795. VHF  hand held leather case, 99 channel FMR $295; 2 2 Merc outboard  $475; Older kitchen stove $45;  Zero clearance fireplaco $75;  ornate hot water lads $100 each;  female mannequin 611. $295; old,  large, heavy, moving trunk, drawers inside. $110 294-1941    Mt  Steel cargo container, 8x81/2x20,  clean, dry, weather tight. Assume  our lease, $!40/mo., or buy  $1700 plus taxes 385-2400.  #21W  Satellite dish with remote, $1800  OBO; GE washet, McClary dryer,  gd working cond., $300 lot set.  885-7077. MtW  IBM 640K. 20meg h.d keyboard  4 monitoi $800. IBM Selectnc  $150886-7975 M1  $3500 woith ol Ftanklin Mint. A  steal lot $1500. For inio call David  885-6413 Ml  Walnut sideboard by Kaufman  $200, '73 Ford pickup parts, 88  Cadillac teai end 4 misc. pans,  new plumbing 4 heating service  parts 1/2 wholesale. '83 Malibu  stationwagon 50,000 miles $2750  886-8083 Michael M2  Acetylene torch gages and hose  $50. toolbox lits standard pickup  $50885-7478 M1  .105000 BTU oil luinace, bathioom vanity c/w sink (teal) 6 alum.  Iiame windows c/w scteens 4  strums, asst. sizes. Aft. 5 pm 888-  9969 #20  Mountain bike, race ready, many  extras.$400OBO8862976 M0  Dahlia tubers, top Selma Park  Road 885-9820. Planted now  they will provide bouquets ol  blooms July till frost. M0  Dirt cheap - coffee table, dbl, bed,  couch 4 loveseat, glass shower  doois, women's 4 men's designer  clothes, woodslove, 2 yrs. old,  $700 OBO 886-8871 aft. 6pm,  #2��v  Rhododendrons and azaleas,  same low puces $3 50 $10 NO  GST Large selection Open  Thuis. thru Sunday, Roberts  Creek Nursery, 2569 Lower Rd.  686-2062. M2W  Filty 8 II cedai lence posts.  Heavy duty toll bar. 15 0 18'  shakes, cutting torch 4 gauges.  885-2630 Ml  Estate sale, all household lurniture and miscellaneous effects  To view phone 885-2789   #20cn  Sleieo system, amplifier, tape  deck, turntable. EQ. speakers,  $180 John 885-4098.      #20cn  Fisher Price highchan, $50 Hou-  dim playpen, $45.886-2801  ��22W  Apple IIE computet good condition, double disc drive, lull size  color monitor, 64K memory 4 joystick. 885-3849. #21 w  24 1/2 cubic loot Ireezer, good  condition, $175; double moon  soaker tub, boney acrylic linish,  never used, new $475, asking  $300:886-7255 Mlw  Pentex 35 mm cameia. 1.2 -  50mm ��� 1:35 - 200 mm lens.  Hammex Hash, hatd case, fillers,  $375,883-9288 #2lw  Teck - 8 Undetgtound electrical  cable new 260'$400.886-8869  Mtw  DOWN-TO-EARTH  Top Qualify baik mulch, topsoil,  mushroom manuie, delivered or  you pick-up. also paving stones.  Ramon 885-7692 Ml  ' 12'lake canoe $200. Evenings  885-4503 #20 Coast News, May ib, il��92  19  Ttake Advantage? ofoaar JV*?u> Classified Ad Specital  Run your classified ���t���l 6 times,  awdpoy/or only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Free: 2 excellent books with put  chase ol King James version New  Testament on 12 cassette tapes  lu $30 any time 885-4876 messages #20  Tamton 80 - 210 mm teiephoto  lens, macro adapt lo any 35 mm  camera. $160 886-4624.   M1W  10' Rockwell lable saw. solid  steel extensions (2) 3/4 HP,  fence, mrtie, misc. blades, dado,  etc. exc cond. $525 OBO 886-  9276 days/886 3178 eves #20cn  Electnc GE lawnmowei in good  shape, adiuslable wheels. 886-  8391 MOcn  Fnewood, Aldei $85, hemlock  $90. tn $95 in Gibsons 892-8020  or pager I 977-9969 #22  6' sliding glass dooi. scieen card  table, 4 chaiis, whirlpool,  stove/oven, portable toilet, captains chaiis 883-2651 weekends.  #22cn  Mountain Bike, excel cond. Many  extras. All Shimano components.  Must sell $350. OBO 883-2745  ���20 ..  Maple Firewood. Best oiler takes.  You haul 872-8733. #20  Bntoo 10x32' healed ollice trailer,  6 moulds old Excel, cond. $8500  885-4865 M2  Moving' Must sell deluxe king size  waterbed. 2 stoves, captain belt,  ciallsman sell propelled lawn  mowet, hammond otgan, Iridge,  laige over smiled couch 4 chair,  all very reasonable. 886-  9847eves #22  BIC Melody number one rated  beginner inteimedlate, sailboaid,'  complete 885 7373. #22  2 antique non bedsteads with  springs $50 each, drop-leal table  $50.45 gal galvanised drum $25,  8869746 #22  22  Heavy  Equipment  M  BOBCAT &  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments available  DAY, WEEK, MONTH  886-8538  350 Jodn Deete Crawler and  Backhoe. 886 7013. #20W  955 CAT loadei $10,000 885-  2503 ss  '73 Fotd 1 T l/d dump, tandem  axel trailer, bobcal. Oilers 886  8204 #20  Bobcat loi hire, very good tales.  Phone belore 8:00 am ot after  500pm 886-4668 Mlw  Portable weldei ��� Millet. Complete  w/leads compressor, portable  deviibiss w/11 HP Honda gas  motor, elec start 885 0950  M0  Classic '68 Meicury Cougar, runs  exc ,$2000 OBO 886-3166 #20  '69 California GS Buick Ramair, 2  dr post. $1500 lirm. 885-6077.  ���20  1987 Mazda 626 Turbo, $9000  OBO 886-8622 #20  1980 Olds Omega PS/PB, ciuise,  aulo, 4 dr., 4 cyl. exc. cond..  $2400, Phone altet 5pm 885  7302      M2W  75 Dodge Oarl. 318 V8, $1000:  Foid boxliner '87 up, heavy gauge  plastic. $75 886-9047      #22W  1981 Foid Fanmont Wagon  107 000 kms. no full, clean,  Alpine slereo $1900 885-3736 ss  79 AMC Spirit 304 4 sp, black N  black, gd cond., $2800. 886-  979L M1W  1974 Dalsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tites,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 886 7378 ss  1976 AMC Pacer, 2 door, gd.  cond, $500lirm 886-2068.#20W  1989 Hyundai Excel, 5 sp , low  mileage, still undei warranty,  super stereo unit. $5600 OBO.  885 9508OI885-5325.      #22W  1989 Dodge Omni 36,000 kms,  P r warranty. $5000 OBO. 886-  Ai2  �����  1990 rwd Aerostat, XL 7 passen-  gn. A ' rond'tron. $14,900 886-  8481 ��  4 14* Sp- re- Hubcaps. 886-9346  after *iDm NC  1980 Lincoln Versailles Collector's  item exc cond $3000 886-2626  '88 Mercury Topaz, like new,  $5500 886-2833 or 886-7484. ss  1986 Pontiac 6000 4 dr, 4 cyl,  auto, PS/PB. power dr locks,  AC AM/FM sleieo, $4995 OBO  886-2111 or 886-9018. M  1982 Dalsun 4x4. p/u. good condition, runs well.$4000,886-7419  #22w  90 Dodge Shadow, excellenl condition, immac 5 speed. 29.000  kms. $8250,886 7688      #22*  '86 Pontiac, 6000 4 cyl. I.i. ale.  exc cond 886-7150 $4800 #22w  1969 Chrysler New Yorker. 440  engine $500 nice condition. 886  9890 #22w  CASH PAD  For Some Cais And Trucks  Dead Cai Removal  Abex Used Aulo Parts  and Towing  816-2020  TFN  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 OBO.  883-9234. si  1980 Camaro 305 aulo, T-Tops,  Rally rims, $2600. 885-7113.  ss  1976 New Yorker. A-1 ootid, low  mileage $1900 OBO 886-9025 ss  CHEAPI FBI/US. SEIZED  89 Mercedes $200; 86 VW, $50:  87 Metcedes$100; 85 Mustang,  $50. Choose Irom thousands  starting $25. FREE 24 houi  recording reveals details 601-379-  2935 Copyright ��BCI04JC.   #22  Used Camaro T-Top. $495 loi the  set. with covers. 886-9500 anytime, ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new biakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  S2400OBO 885-1943.        ss  1969 Cadillac Convert $1300 Call  885-9368 Ml  "MUST SELL MOVING!" 1982  Sapporo/Challenger bought lasl  yeai fot $3500 No leasonable  offer relused. 885-2630       Mt  72 VW Bug, exc lor parts $200.  886-9856 (leave message) #20w  1981 Buick Riviera. Fully loaded.  92,000 kms. Good dean shape.  $4000 OBO Call David, 885-6413  ���20  1969 Dynasty LE, 4di, $8700.  OBO 885-0926 #20  1980 Ford Mustang. 2 dt hardtop,  good cond. $1800 OBO 885-7897  ���20  1979 Z28,350 plus hp. Musl sell.  Besl oiler 885-2248 #20  1981 Ford Fairmont s/wagon very  clean. $3200 1969 Buick s/wagon  Oilers. 885-3336 #20  1979 Fotd Faitmont, 2 dr, S cyl  auto, am/lm cassette, some lust  $650 firm 886-4795 Mt  1982 Nissan Stanza, H/B, auto,  PS/PB, ciuise $1900 OBO 885-  5894 Mt  1965 Chevy Sprint, exc. cond.  $2500. Volkswagon dune buggy,  lots ol spare parts. $1500. 886-  4668            Mlw  '66 Chevy Impala. 4 dr, haid top,  40,000 original miles $2350 OBO  885-3910 David Mlw  1976 Honda 4 dr, stn. wag. good  radiais. am/lm cass, new battery,  looks sad, bums oil, tuns well  $350.888-4790 or 886-9147M1W  19H MUSTANG Q.T.  Loaded, like new, 25,000 ks. one  owner, a real gem $10,500 Firm.  885-2544. ll  The Red spoils cat. 1974 Fiat  Feydet, immaculale Alpine steteo,  hardtop. Bargain at $4500 885-  0898 #20  1977 Pintp - great car, but needs  some repaira. $300 OBO May be  seen at Walts Garage. 886-9500  ���22w  Rusty, noily, turn. 1974 Pinto  wagon. $250 885-6312.      #22  1979 Buik Century, staljpn wagon  $1500.685-7023.       "'     M2  1976 Ford Granada, 4 dt, new  302, tough body, vety reliable.  $1200 OBO, 1965 Ford Falcon, 2  di, hardtop, 289 $1000 OBO. 885-  4063 M2  1987 Toyota sld, 5 spd. exel  cond L-box, 51,000 kms $5,500  883-2234 Mt  1983 gray. 4 dr. Ford. LTD, $750  Phone after 6 pm 885-2507 Ml  74 Fad Capri, 2 8 V6Std. $500  OBO.John 885 4098       #20cn  1985 Hyundai Pony. 4 door, automatic, am/lm cassette player.  $1,500 OBO Call 886-3939 alter  5:30. Mfw  1975 VW Beetle Blue, new paint.  biakes. healers $2250.8864450  ���22  I960 Buick Century s/w in good  condition Gieat family car. $2100  OBO Call Mike 885-7841      M2  1952 Chev. Belait2d, hi, 235 eld-  std trans Restored, tust Iree. California Car $85008854716    ss  Towing  fall, ���  /usurer/ ;  OKI car rci-ycllllK '.  Cash fur 82-92 care :  ami i la .in runners '.  frrt lick-up I  886-7227   ��K"|  1981 Chev. Malivu 4 door Nice  condition with good rubber  $1300 8884320 #22  1976 Extended dodge, on  piopane, recently inspected,  raised tool, camperized, very  dean $4000 OBO 685-3360 #22  '81 F150 heavy hall, 6 cyl.. PS.  automatic, gd. oond, $2500 OBO.  883-2228. #21W  1966 Foid 4x4. 6cyl, $800 OBO  885-8860 Ml  1980 Foid 1/2 ton pickup, 6 cyl,  good cond $950 885 4422  M2  1991 GMC SLX, EXT. Salaii van,  8 pass, loaded, 17.000 kms,  Immaculate $19,000 886-0908  Mtw  Small tiuck canopy, good condition. $300.886-8005.       #22W  ' Chev S15 Box liner, tape  deck.000 kms, $5500 OBO 885-  3982 M2  1979 Chev pickup exc cshape.  $2500 Phone 885-9368       #21  1977 DalsunX-cab. 5 spd. 4 cyl,  good cond $900 OBO 886-8032  #21  1985 GMC Siena Classic, short  box, 130,000 kms., air/cruise,  excellent condition. 885-2470  #20W  1990 Mazda cab plus suniool, HD  bumper and hitch, $9900. 885-  4862. #20W  1980 Toyota 4X4. midnight blue,  4' lift, $4500 OBO. 885-3537  #20W  '87 Chev SIO, gd. cond, new  clutch i biakes, $4900. 886-  2498 #20W  1977 F250 ciewcab, 351 mod,  auto, P/S. canopy spate motor  and trans, $1600.886-8682  ���20ss  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 ton  pick-up. 4.3 litre V6. PS/PB.  61,000 km, bbx mat, toolbox.  $8700. 885-2836,885-7413.   ss  1985 Bronco II 4X4, auto, CD  player, gd. cond, $7500 OBO.  Days 886-9332 aft. 7 eves. 886-  2963 II  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van. parti. 886-2876 ss  1953 Chev. 1/2 ton. Rebuilt  engine. Radiais. $2700 OBO.  885-1943. st  '83 Ford 3/4 T 6 cyl, propane,  $3500.866-8204 #20  '84 Ranger 2.3, gd shape, needa  tianny, $1500 OBO. 886-0115.  #20  '89 Ford Ra, ger XLT, exc cond,  custom cab. slereo. V6 auto ��� OD,  cruise, lilt, an, $8695 OBO. 886-  9276 days/886 3178 eves 1#20cn  25   Campers  UScampeigood cond $2000  Phone 886 3222 Ml  1968 5th wheel. 25' Tiavelaiie,  excel cond $14,500 885-2080  eves 885-7621 days M2  Lightweight Boier trailer, sleeps 4.  3 way Indge, stove, good cond-  tjon, $1500 lirm 885-2238 #22w  1980 Ford Security Molothotne.  93,000 kms, only 6000 kms. on  new motor, BCAA Repoit exc  condition! Only $13,500. 885  5688 5400 Wakefield Rd  M2W  1979 GMC 3/4 ton camper van,  Iridge. slove. toilet, sleeps 4.  $5000 885-7777. #20cn  2311 1972 Ford camper bus  Good oond $3500 or Hade 886  0081 Mlw  1976 Tioga 20' dass C MH. All  fibreglass body, dodge chassis t  360 motor, completely sell con-  tainedtoilet 1 showei. Excellent  shape $7850 - F P 885 7580*22  6' Galaxie camper, stove, furnace,  lacks, boal rack $1000,885 3337  ss  89 - 22' Slumbei Oueen, Chev  350, aii, cruise etc. Low mileage.  Perlect condition, $24,995 firm.  883-9317 alter 5pm #22  1984 181/2 It h wheel suitable  mid-size tiuck, good condition,  teat lull bath, sleeps 4 includes  tiuck hilch i electncal. priced for  quick sale $8000 OBO 885-4739  #21  1988 - 24 ft. 5th wheel, as new,  AM/FM cass, TV ant. loolrack,  apaie tire kit. dec. jacks, 5th W.  hitch, twin 30#LP tanks, bed  spead. $18,500. 1986 F150 Lariat Explorer, good condition, ait  cruise, all options, new tues,  wited brakes lor 5th Wheel.  $9500 or both loi $27,000. 885  4114 SS  1976 Vanguatd 11 It. solid top  camper. 3-way Iridge, stove/oven,  water heater, lurnace, Hush toilet.  hydraulic jacks, exc. cond, $3300  OBO 886-9768. #2tcn  Foi sale - Bolei trailer, $1950  OBO 886-8487. ss  Good condition 10 Miitocratt wilh  98 Merc $800 35 hp Merc $300  Runs good 885 3673 #22  22 ft Fibettoim 165 meic. auser  rebuilt leg. no houis $5200 Mike  at Patra 886-7675 #22w  14ft alumninum boat with toiler.  20 lip mercury. $2500 firm 885-  2238 ��22w  20' Sangster fibreglass, dardtop,  with trailer, good cond. $2000  OBO 885 3673  10' Febregiass lapstiait dinghy. 4  hp. Johnson. 2 oais $699 OBO  8832237 #22w  17 1/2 Houislon 1988 mold. 1990  70 hp Evenrude 2 5 gal gas  tank, new body lop Easy load  trailer leave message 8831106  #22w  1990 Royal Classic MTH. Fotd  chassi-360.2511 13.000 xms,  teat bed. insulated, tanks,  awning. LOADED. $41,900 604-1-  596-3583 or 886-8360 or trade as  down pymt. on newer 3 bdrm  home. #21 w  1979 Bellevue hardtop lent/trailer,  sleeps 6, good condition, $800  lirm. Phone 886-2088.      MOW  15 Itttavel trailer very clean,  $2500 OBO 886-9708       MOW  1989 Terry 18-5A 5th wheel trailet. Garage stored. Like new. Dry  weight 2670 lb. $10.800 883-2260  #20  23' Holrdaire.excellent condition  $5750 OBO will consider smaller  trailer as trade. Phone after 5pm.  8863374 MOW  1972 ACJO 19' Tandem trailer,  sleeps 5-6. $2850 OBO. 886-  9047. M2W  Thunderbitd 26 It. sailboat, just  linishing, 9.9 Evintude, 5 sails,  $5850.866-8288. #20cn  Hourston 14 1/2 ft. 50 HP Johnson o/b (1987) canvas new 1991.  $2200 OBO. 885-4735.     MOW  1811. Bellboy hardtop. 120 Merc,  in/out board, trim tabs. VHF. CB.  sounder, bait tank, lull canvas,  extras.liailei, $5500.883-9059 ss  1981 20' double Eagle hardtop  200 HP Vdvo 280 leg, |H-6), Gibsons Matina, $17,500.896-2694.  ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9 9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1989-  1990 Evimudes. Excellent condition Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.  TFN  Yes! Theie is a tellable local  piopellot repair service. 865  5278. TFN  17' O'Day Day Sailer and trailer  $2000 885-7521,8634 Redioolls  #20  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  lasl and in top condition, surveyed  value $8500. oilers t trades considered 886-2738. ss  1979 27' Bayliner Victoria C/B  255-280 Leg. new engine, low  hours, lots ol extras. $24,900  OBO 463-8919 or 463-6959   ss  18' Davidson sailboat, new main,  new cushions, exc cond. $3800  885-9333 ss  ttCWIT MIRHK  SUMEf S LTD.  Caolain Bin Murray  MCMMC    MN AM S|  M A B �� C    ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  _-ti_-_  MV. Blacklist!. 24' Owens, well  appointed large lish deck. Coast  Guard inspected, featuring new  Swann auto, anchor pkg, new  LMS. 200 w/Lotan C. new fendeis  I btackels, mooting lines, new  windows, completely telinished  hull and swimghd, new handrails,  flush mount Fishon rod holders  (5) FWC 318 Chiyslet, $8,000.  885-7977. ss  19 ft. Sealenet Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust  manifold. $3500.886-3457.     ss  Bayliner 2070 Explorer. 125 Volvo  Penta. sleeps 5. Head, galley, all  insttuments, and trailer. 250 hours  only. Exc. cond. $15,500 885-  2419 ��1  26 It, plank hull cabin cruiser,  sounder. VHF. new tanks, new  head, 6 cyl gas - ready lo fish  View al F33 Gibsons Manna,  $3295 OBO 886-9276 days/886-  3178 eves #20cn  1975 24' Fiberform. Hying budge,  302 Ford power, bait tank, trailer,  radio, elc. Rubber boat/oais/hal-  tery. 12 V elec motor 885-0950.  #20  27' Bayliner Victorian $18,000  OBO 19' K C with highlinei trailer  $8000 OBO 886-8589 #20  17' K.C w/350 Chev motot, CD  depth soundei. rebuilt motor and  carbutatot $3500 litm 885-3330  ���21  70 hp Johnson, 67 model, shop  chockovei. molor only $2100886-  9476 #21*  26' Hourston Glasoalt completely  set up lor fishing Volvo outboard.  Escdlent condition. Bill 885-4156  or Al 885-3751 #22  27. Mobile Homes  Move In $ Enjoy  This immac 14'x70'; 2 bdrm, features lull 4 pee, bath, soaker lub.  new I2'zl6' deck, new roof.. big  liv room, gas heal, beautilully  landscaped. $68,900 Rockland  Wynd. Nick 885-6340 Valley  Pacific #20  3 bdrm 1974 12 x 68, mobile  home with large addition, lots ol  extia storage space. Perfect lor  inexpensive Irving, Sechelt  $26,000 OBO Phone 885-2272  #22  New Show  HOMES  DELUXE 2 BDRM WITH  FAMILY ROOM  1400 sq.ft. includes Iridge,  stove, deluxe hutch,  drapes & carpets - plus  many other features.  14x70 DELUXE 2 BDRM.  with ovei $7,000 worth of  options.  These homes are ready fot  immediate possession.  AS LOW AS 5% DOWN  with MAP. program OAC.  For information lo view,  call Sylvia McLean  886-2597  ONLY 6 LOTS LEFT!  MOBILE HOME DEALER  Manufactured (mobile) housing  loi sale  4 new display homes, open daily  This week's special - 3 bdrm .  12x70, front kitchen, range. Indge.  dishwasher Sel uo m SCMH  Park, $22,500 OBO  0L#9225  886 9826 TFN  1248 sq If. bnght, 3 bdtm modu  line in SCHMHP like new, exlia  inc wood slove. ceiling ran in Ivg  rom. 30' carport Reduced lo  $62,000 ot oifeis considered by  owner, 886-7067 ��22  By owner. 12x68 mobile homo,  call 886-3039.8867306        ss  24x52 three bdim doublewide 5  appl, must be moved avail mid  Match, $35,000 886 9229     ss  TRAILER PAD FOR RENT  Sechell. close lo Hospital. Call  Roy Sussex Realty 885 6102*20  28   Motorcycles  '86 Honda Aspencade. exc.  cond, gatage kepi. $7500. 886-  9595 ss  1981 750 Viiago $1800 -pipes,  excellent condition 885-5405 #21  Montasa 250. on-road/dll-road.  exc. shape, $1200 $899 886-  7655or220-9564, ss  1985 ZX900NINJA $3200 OBO  686-8622. #20  Looking for shared house  In Roberts Cteek or  Sechelt. now lo Sept  Nancy 885-3930 days,  885-3512 evenings  Urgently needed woiking lamily  with Inendiy dog Need 3 bedirom  home to rent in Ruby Lake to  Pender Haibor area Pielenabiy  on waterfront Leave message  B85 5111 Williams ��2lw  Cabin near water Family ol loui  Aug 15 lo Sept 1st 886 8096��??  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  British Columbia legislation prohibits advertising which discn  mrnates in the lenlal ol properly  For example a person who  stipulates 'no childien' as a  condition ol rental would be m  violation ol Ihe Family Status  and the Human Rights Acts The  landloid who places Ihe ad  vertisemenl and Ihe newspapei  which publishes it would both be  in contravention ol Ihe legislation  and could have a complaint filed  against them. The Coast News  will thetefore not accept such  discriminatory ads.  Gibsons - bright 3 bdrm. executive home with 2 baths, F/P, 5  appis, deck, close lo beach.  $95Tj7mo. 886-4821. #20W  f bdrm, bright basemenl, lower  Gibsons. $400 plus Arthur 885-  9859. #20W  1 bdrm. basement suite,  $300/mo, heat, laundry facilities  ��cable included 886-2512 MiW  Supeib I and 2 bdrm. apis. $590,  $705, $745 Opposite Gibsons  Marina New building, quiet,  secute,Carpets, blinds, patios,  laundry, 886-3420. #20W  Small 1 bdim. house, lower  Roberts Creek, avail. June 1 lo  Oct. 1,$500/mo. Rels.886-4679  #20W  Upper Gibsons neat mall. 1 bdtm  suite, gaiden, $540 ulils incl  886-3107. #20W  Cozy 1 bdrm. house lor renl,  $550. Phone 886-7381.     ��20W  Pnvale 3 bdim 8 den house,  acreage with fruit trees. Roberls  Creek, avail. May 15. $725/mlh  Rels.teq 885-3152.4373701  ��20  Two bdrm house, lower Gibsons,  $750.886-8204. #20  Shop space lot lease. 600 sq It.  IT sliding door: Olfice/slerage  space lor lease. 1800 sq. It. 886  raiyu (20  8204  'TRAILER PAD FOR RENT"  Sechell. close to Hospital Call  Roy Sussex Really. 885-6102  ���20  2 5 acre Hobby Farm with 1000  sq It rancher Electnc baseboaid  heal, auxiliary airtight cast iron  stove in living room. Stteam  ciosses properly lorming pond.  Fruit ttees. room lot gatden. some  01 lol is forested No neighbours in  sight Irom property. Ideal for  retired couple wishing a quiet  environment, $70O/p m Available  Irom early June Long term lease  available Address 5643 Garden  Bay Road. Pender Harbour. BC  Call 873-5010 (Van |        Mien  Female seeking same fot shared  accom in my home, $338 * 1/2  ulil For May. ense to amen  Sechelt 885 4414 ��20  Artist 40 male, will share mulli  level lownhouse Lots ol privacy.  $350fmo ��� ulils. 886 8288   *20  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  Don Sutherland ol PEBBLES  REALTY LTD win support your  Residential. Commercial or Indus  trial investment Pebbles provides  a full seivice PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. Call Peb  Nesal 986 8107 lor details  TFN  N/S female prefers same for  shared accommodation in my  home. $350fmo. North Rd, Gibsons. 886-8095. TFNs  Two bdrm apt. central Gibsons  heal ind $575886-8150     TFN  2 bdim house, bright, view, oil  Shaw by mall No pels $600 886  9135 ��20w  Lower Gibsons. 2 bdim house  $625 avail June 1.886-3293#20w  Gibsons Beautilul 1 bdrm view  home. Sunny, deck, den/sleeping  room, nice yard, oil 4 wood heat,  storage, parking Convenient to all  amenities $750 pet month. Avail  June 1.733-4577 #21  New 1 bdtm, bachelor suite, near  ferry Panoramic view Utils 4  cable included $650. Avail June  1st 886-7394 #21  2 bdrm suile. 768 Hwy 101 Gibsons. $375/mo. Phone Tony 886-  8509 MOW  31   For Rent  3 bdrm house. 1 1/2 balhs. big  woikshop Avail June 1st  $650/mo Rels 874 0960  Madeira Park Ml  House S Fletcher. Gibsons 3  bdrm, Itreplace, view. $650/mo  Responsible adults & lels Avail  June 1st 922-7836 oi 886-2848  #21  Nice large, w/l apl at Secrel Cove  $550/mo call Hayden 885 9368 or  leave message TFN  ? bdrm. level one storey duplex  style lownhouse In quiet mamle  nance free, adult onented com  pie. Sunny pnvale yard S dose  lo all amenities View by appoint-  menl 886 7263 Ml  Jolly Roger 2 bdrm waleiltont.  Available lor summer months or  all year round 926 7055 or 985  1384 #21  "SECHELT VILLAGE" Duplex  open to view. Saturdays 5669 Trident Ave, Sechelt. 11:30 3 00  new ? bdim rancher, 5 appl. w/w  window covenngs/iacuzzi/fiot tub,  clean, no pels Duplex on large  fenced lot Available May 26th  $850 pei month 985 2872    #21  1 bdrm suite, Tuwanek gourmet  kilchen. view available June lit,  $500 p/m Indudes cable I hydor  8857655 Ml  Gibsons Spacious neai new. 3  bdrm townhouse 11/2 bath, dish-  wasdei. washet/diyei. Close to  amemlies. skylight, caiport. Rel-  etences, no pets Avail June 1.  230-4099 #21 w  Cozy studio cottage, newly ieno-  vated, fireplace suit one person.  Hallmoon Bay $550 Avail May  15th 885 2703 #21  Gibsons I bdtm plus den, 4  appis, $600 heat i hydro incl.  Avail immed 298-5215.     #21w  Spacious - Near New 3 bdrm. 2  1/2 bath, gouimet kitchen, 5 appl,  garage, Gibsons $850 Avail  June 1st 298-5215. Mlw  Roberts Creek - 1 -2 bdrm house  on 5 acies. ideal lot horse lovers  Avail June 1st. 298-5215   ��2lw  Available immediately - lurnished  bachelor suite, clean & quiet,  $410.885 4054. #20cn  Roberls Creek - Iwo bedioom  waletlront home, N/S. $800. 885-  7685 #22W  ROOMMATE WANTED - June  1st. room only or share whole  house, $350/month, Roberts  Creek on IS acres For info cell  865-7125, ask lor Dsn,     M2W  Secrel Cove 2 large. I bdrm lurnished condos. fabulous view,  pool, fireplace, affordable, long  term leases available.  Sechell: Immaculale 2 bdrm  condo. no pels $700/mo. walk Id  Sechell. cozy I bdrm house avail  immediately. $500/mo  Redioolls 2 bdrm home, large  garage $7007mo  Sechell near new 2 bdrm rancher  $750  NRS CENTURY WEST REALTY  LTD., PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 885-2235. Mlw  Workshop/garage with raised  floor space at end, modem,  across Gibsons Marina $200  ���21 w  1 738 3493  36 yeai old easy going male wilting lo shaie my 3 bdim home in  lower Gibsons Clean, lesponsibie  adull. $325 plus 1/2 ulils 886  3463 ��22W  Cozy deari quiel ��� 2 bdrm lower  $525 plus ulils 886 3484 leave  message #22  New 3 bdrm house, Langdale  $950/mo886 4617or 1-873 5970  George or Randy ��22  I bdrm basemenl suite FToberts  Cteek $375 plus 885 7196 HO  1 bdim house walk to Sechelt.  $500  2 bdrm condo. Sechell. no pets,  $700  1 bdrm condo view, manna, pool,  Hong letm, $550.  NRS Century West Really Ltd,  Properly Management. 685-  2235. #20cn  2 bdrm upper duplex, 4 appis.  Gieal view Granthams $700 per  monlh Mitten Realty Ltd. Dave  austin 885-7025. .#20  1 bdrm older mobile home,  Sechelt Equipped. Immed. occupancy. Will sell on tetms 885  7940 #22  I bdim lumished suile, biacony  wilh view $300 pet month 883-  9l77oi883-9855 #22  Studio toll bedroom, overlooking  Gibsons Haibout. sundeck $800  inclusive June 1, 886-7955 ot  886-7522 #22w  31. For Rent  Housekeeping loom, to clean,  quel adu't Robertson's Boarding  House Phone 886 9833    #21w  2 bdtm view, lowet Gibsons. Avail  June 1 st/92 886 3222.        Ml  t_..-.*l��V  III  emr  A beautilul. peaceful, private  clean, easy entrance. 4 appis.  double carpon, guest cabin, good  parking, gatden optional, laige  sundeck, supe'b view, overlook  ing Malaspma Slialis Hallmoon  Bay $750 p/monlh St discount  883 2474 ot leave message 885  9091 ����22w  1 bdrm duplex, suil one person  $400 per mo* SCMH Paik  886 9826 #20w  RECYCLE:  NATIONAL REAL  ESTATE SERVICE  Start  at the  TOP!  STEVE SAWYER  StwieiHf >4U tajTowt  Ptaaeiti, "KtttU"  ' Residential  'Commercial  'Industrial  I retirement unit  available  fleslriclions apply  Relerences  required  Call Steve  Business  Opportunities:  I have a numbei of  vety exciting  business  opportunities  available  Call Me  We will       ������*^*r.*.���*.*��w��  Screen potential renters  Un moving- in inspection  iVtango lot mainteiiRnce *a  repairs  Collect the tout & cfamage  ifeposti  Disputes 'Ptil inonlss in  Ovvnai  Uo moving oul inspection  FOR LEASE  Appro.inialoly 800 10 1300  sq II ol labulous office  spacs in lowei Gibsons  atea Landlord may  provide some leasehold  mprovements  FOR LEASE  LOCATION!  LOCATION!  LOCATIONI  Fabulous retail space  immediately adjacent to  Galiano Market. Sechell  (Bernadelle's Galleries).  Perfect location lot yout  retail business.  Avoid all the hassles and  pioblems and lot just a  pittance,  CALL the Properly  Management Expeit  STEVE SAWVER at  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277 20  Coast News, May 18. l-Wi  Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  1165 sq ft retail, Sechelt, INee  private ollices $780 net.  2000, 10.000 squaie leal exposure, wall build to suil  New olfice space 800-2400 sq ft  Wilson Cieek. $8 OOnel  Retail space New Plaza 900-3000  sq It 14 00 net  Giant Realty  8863330  TFN  Mir. sloiage urate in Gibsons 24  hour anew 8852499       #2t  Freeier warehouse sloiage 2200  sq. It Dunne 885 2772       #22  600 sq ft professional ollice  space, giound lloor. tots ot park  ing on Fainham Rd upper Gibsons Call 686-7020 days    TFN  Warehouse/ollice space liom  1500 sq.ft. up. Diane 885-2772  ss  RETAl SPACE FOR LEASE  Seaview Place, Hwy 101, Gibsons 650 sq. ft I 1300 sq It.  Lome 1 -733-9683 TFN  Davis Bay, Wilton Creek Hall  available. Wheelchair tacllltles,  MMa_,tt5-N63. #21  Roberts Cteek Hall avail., dance*,  ptrtiel, weddings. Yvonne 88i  7815. TFN  STORAGE  Hailed, pallatized, gov't  apptoved, Len Wtay's Transler  Ltd. 888-2884. TFN  3-1   Help Wanted  $200-1500 WEEKLY  Assemble pioductt it home  Etiyl No selling. You're paid  direct. Fully Guaranteed. FREE  24 Hour Recording. 801-379-2985  Copytight#BCt040H.      ��26W  Stylist tequited immed lor busy  unisex shop, musl be fully qualified. Elsine. 896-3916.      #21W  Psrt-tune/temporary experienced  secretsties, tend resumes to  Thomas Temporary Sarvlces,  P.O. Box 332. Gibsons. BCD22W  Relisble exp. parson to babysit 6  hrs. (AM) par week at local Fit-  ntss Centre. Hourly wage 8 fits  membership. Call 888-4608.��2tW  Office parson. Retail experience s  necessity. Requirements: Book-  kaeping a Accounting. Min 3yrs  ���xperience must be able to handle cssh. Good organizational  stotlt (. atlerrbve to deUil Fteply to  Bos 1010, Gibsons, V0N1V0 #20  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Lova Babtet? the baby  clinic in Sechelt needs help  on Weils, weighing babies  and assisting with ptogram  A Woorkehop Coonjnator  is needed to assist with a  progiam tor teacheis ol  chikfiens ail tim.il opportunity lor mvofveinent  A Volunteer is needed to  sew cuitains foi community use loom in  Robeils Cieek Material  will be provided  Hoat Families aie needed  foi Japanese exchange  students liom July 14 -  Aug 23 Call us loi moie  information  A Coordinator is needed  lot The Telephone Tiee in  Sechelt. Flexible hours  and woik fiom home.  For these and mora  opportunities contact  THE VOLUNTEER AND  INFORMATION  CENTRE at 885-5881  The Wharl Restsursnt has sn  excellenl reputation foi both lood  ind service Presently, we require  s lull time 2nd Cook For soma  evening snd daytime work. The  successlul applicant must be s  team player that can work wilh sll  other stsll delivering a quality  product to our guests. Experience  of a busy kitchen is essentisl.  Applications in wtiting only to:  General Manager. Bella Beach,  RR1 .Sechelt, BC VON 3A0#21W  TYPESETTER  COAST NEWS  Full-time/part-time, experience  requited, inducing excellent English skills with minimum 65 WPM  accutste typing. Proofreading  ability snd knowledge ol Macintosh, Quark Express ot Adobe  Illustrator a definite asset. Wsges  commensurate with experience.  Send resume to Glassford Press.  Box 460. Gibsons, BC, VON 1V0,  Attention Manager. TFN  CAREER OPPORTUNITY  REALESTATE APPRAISAL  Vsv one-Mor-dRY tof "*����� na* lay cluneal  dutes FfiroKneol in Appraisal tnslilijlt of  Canada n��*rM Khool or Wfmapondifa  MUM  ten Iwo- Full tm ��i*rployment upon  rompWonAppriwIUOl Ctoncal duim t  letd aswgnmanls (Inning poMcn)  Vtw Four- Upon dM^WOn C R A, luH \m��  ���ppnm- Faa particifMiioii avaviabi*  B��*uirafrierr|s Vahidc,, Grs* 12, anthmatic  ���ccuncy. 'met/at* lyping skill*. -tasAnlial*  Typing im ��snort siarnnalion uul tm grm  aStnd ftawraj, Trantcnpt ol Marti,  RatsranoM, etc lo  T A Kvim * AwxalM  PO Box 1249  BijnniBC VON IVO  ���tophonte-liptme. _____  Assemble light products from  home. Easy work ��� excellent pay!  We provide details - 24 hrs. (604)  623-2380 Ext #A74.        #22W  34   Help Wanted  Gibsons and Distnct Public  Libtsry Library Technician Pn-  maty IHpOMMM acquisitions,  cataloguing, and children's  ..epartment Full time, with some  weekend and evening work to  start as soon as possible Saiaiy  negotiable Applications to Hmng  Committee. Gibsons and Otstnct  Public Unary. Box 109 Gibsons.  BC. VON IVO Deadline May  31/92 #22  Cashiers Retail expetwnce pre  lerub'e Musl erxoy woiking with  public Rels >equned Reply lo  Box 1925. Gibsons. VON WO #20  Marine salesperson able lo woik  7 days a week, evenings or days  apply in person at Seamounl Cai  Wash #21<V  II you aie snuggling with money  pioblems. we can help Piocess  mail at home, start immediately  postage & supplies lurnished  Send a #10 envelppe sell  addiessed and stamped to JMP  Enleipnses. Box 42190 Dept C12.  Calgary AB, T2J 7A6 #21  Fully experienced carpenter to Itn-  ish 2 storey home. Must tead blue  prints 883-9382 #20  Bakety person. Experience an  asset. Must hsve relerences  Reply tp Box 1010, Gibsons, VON  IVO #20  Pharmassve Gibsons is now  accepting resumes lor lull and  part-time cashiers. Please send  yout resume to Phatmasave  ���122, Site 3, Comp, 26, RR#2.  Sunnyciest Mall, Gibsons. BC,  VON 1V)attn Debbie #20  Experienced cook for girls camp,  Sit. Thuis. June 18th Sat Aug  8th. Phone 734-1307 (collect ���  leave message) #22  J'   Help Wanted  $4O,OO0/yr! READ BOOKS  and TV Scripts. Fill out simple  ���like/donl like" lorm, EASY! Fun,  relaxing at home, beach, vacations. Guaianteed paycheck.  FREE 24 Hour Recording 80'���  379-2905 Copyright #BC104EB  #26W  Couple required lor semi isolated  aiea neai Desolation Sound  Caietakeifmamtenance duties.  requires mechanical ability,  marine knowledge, some bookkeeping Must em,oy meeting people We provide modern residence utilities vehicle plus $1500  pei month Salary t benefits, rels  teq Send resume to Bliss Ldg.  Box 21. Lund, BC VON 2G0 Alt  P Fox. #20*  Relail Sales poison with olfice  eipenence pl/lt Send resume to  Box 1579. Sechell #22  Wanted Bakery Managet Must  have 5 yeais expenence. good  cieniiais a necessity Reply to  Box 1925. Gibsons. BC.VON 1V0   #20  Cruise Ship |0bS hmng  summer/year round $300 $900  i weekly. Photogiaptieta, tout  guides, casino wotkets. deck  hands and mote. Hawaii,  Caribbean, Bahamas. 1 -504-646-  4500 est C305. 24 his directory,  j refundable lee. #21  Cook needed at Backeddy Pub in  Egmont. Apply to Diane with  resume 883-2298. #20W  EASY ASSEMBLY any hours,  $339.84 week, family ol 3 earns  $4417.92 monthly. FREE 24 Hour  Recording Reveals Details. 801-  379 2985 Copyright #BC104HH  #23  1 (Kitchen helper year round 2)  summer help loi campground 3)  experienced line dining servers  with knowledge ol wine. 886-2887  #2lw  35, Business &  Home Services  LIQUID VINYL PAINTING  OR  SOLID VINYL SIDING  RELIABLE, QUALITY WORK  FOR THE BEST PRICE  885-7618  For all your indoor painting needs.  Call Andre 886-2967        #21 w  35   Business &  Home Seivices  DRYWALL FtatSHMQ  Latge or small, last reliable, piolessional Rob Hotter 886-3573  MN  INTERIOR RENOVATIONS Wallpaper, paint, carpentiy, drafting, be* estimates, Releiences  available. 6SM0M TFNs  Ctrtltlat) Situ  COOLMINNNOS  Light hauling, rubbish removal,  yard maintenance, rototlling, odd  Kite. 885-3917 TFNs  Sharpening m Repairs  to ell cutting tooli taichJdfna  Mower Blades A Chekisa*ra  Jamie Narrap  MS Hwy 101 OIUOM SatOalT  TREES TREE SERVICE  Dangei Tiee Removal, pruning,  limbing A lopping, shaping, land  dealing, logging. Fully  insured We buy timber. 10% discount seniors 884-5263f24hrs)  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big ot small  bonded J tellable. 884-5324 or  8862328 TFN  WORDPROCESSING  ACCOUNTING  RECEPTIONIST  Laura U. Thomma  $40,000 yrl READ BOOKS and  TV Scripts. Fill put simple  'like/don't like' lorm. Easyl Fun  relsxing at home, beach, vacations. Labor shortage, guaranteed  paycheck. Also, Collections $30,000, Read TV  Sctipts $50,000, Number  pages $21,000,Make  Index $30,000, FREE 24  hout recording reveals details.  801-379-2905 Copyright  ���BC104GB Hurryl Oiler ends  soon! #23  Forestry Survey Assistant fot  summer, 885-4755. #20cn  Drywall taper requires bearding  partner. 886-3573. #20W  EXPERIENCED TRADES  PEOPLE  Electrical, Framer, Roofer, Siding,  Plumber, Drywall Finish, Catpen-  Iry. Call Terry 736-6710.      #20  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets ��� Upholstery   ��a\  POvVlRIUl IRUCK M0UME11  lumraiNi  BIS! POSSIBLE BESULTS  JU51 ASK AflOUNO1  M  886*3823  t DIVISION Ot KEN DEVSIES  t son riooncovEaiNas  Bobcat with landscape rake,  excavator lor septic fields and/or  driveways. 886-4859        #21 w  Combination steam cleaner pressuie washet I sandblastet lot  rent 836-4859 #21w  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Framing, Carpentry, Finishing,  Drywall, Painting, Wallpaper.  Stefan Perry 886-3792.    #23W  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Garden out ol  control? Need ttee pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable service. Fully insured. Commeraal i  residential. Relerences available.  FRED 886-3526. TFN  YOUR FULL  aOOR COVERING STORE  'Ml, _��, IM A  raafiW  FREE, ESTIMATES HM-Mtt  cwuurniaaenaitmis  UM |^toC_tfln    t*mtSaaat\  *- aaaaa.aiaai,aaaaaaa��>  DO YOU NEED  Lawn/landscape maintenance,  weedealing, piushcutting, rubbish  removal, hedge trimming, window  washing etc. Skip's maintenance  Service. 885-2373 #22  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Ties  Removal, Insuted, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  36. Work Wanted  ALDAPOWERWASH  Houses, Driveways, Boats, Trailers, etc. Seniors Discount. Brian  885-8989. #20  Will's-Window Washing. Seniois  Discount. 885-7733, #20  HOMEOWNERS HELPLINE  Skilled creative handymen, fencing, decks, renovations, repairs  etc. Cell lot Iree estimate. 888-  4788 #22w  DAD Labour Contractors Dangei  Ties Removal, Selective Logging,  Yaid Cleanup. Rubbish Removal.  885-3870 or 885-3348.      ��20W  Hard working 16 yr. old mala  needs woik on bus loute Ysrd  work, child csre, snything.  Andiew 885-0999 #22W  Experienced, relisble watchman,  available immedislely, Full/put-  time. 885-5937 message lor sile  58 #22  ROCK OF AGES  Rock WsUs, Terracing. Plstners.  Wishing Wells etc. 885-9819 #22  B. Vaicoe footings, foundations,  sundecks. Reletencea available.  685-7977 #24w  Heavy duty mechanic 20 yrs togging A saw mill experience need-  ds summer camp job. May, June  t August. Going to UBC In Fall.  Phone Gatlield 584-5163     #22  Fully qualified caregiver will provide in home cate on hourly, daily  or short term live-in basis. Phone  886-4688 lor more inlormation.  #24w  Need a diver? Anything, any  where, any time. Csll Kevin 885  7959 #21  Light moving snd hsuling ysrd  and basement cleanups. Noim  886-9503 ��20W  Complete Bobcat Services  Excavating-Backfilling  Retaining Walls - Trenching  Landscape Constiuction  Drainage  8*08538  TFN  37   Child Care  Responsible sitter required for  casual, evening and occasional  weekend babysitting. 886-3555.  #21W  Mother ol one will do child csre In  own home. Very relisble snd  experienced, excellent references. 885-4821. #22W  Wanted - Csting, tesponsible,  committed person lo look alter 8  month old baby. My horns or will  consider Creekside ares. Full dire  starting June 1. Rel. required. Cal  after 5:00.888-8981 #22*  Maluie sitter required. O'Shes  Rd., several hours/week as well  ss occssionsl evenings. 886-  9204. #22W  Contact the North Shore Daycare  Registry for becoming s caregiver  in your home or the home ol s  ctukj Call 885-6323 #20W  Eipenenced. non-smoking,  evening sittei needed loi 15  month old girl, in my home in Bon-  ni-abrocaK FuH ome. 886-2887  ���21 w  Molly Mouse Dsy Csie spaces  available -18 months to school  sga. Fun-lrlled canng environment  with early childhood trained stsll  888-3913 #30  WANTED: Ntnny to help look  alter 2 amall children, live-in or  days only. Hours sre flexible. 886-  9078. #20  Needed: t tpatisl petson to csre  lor 2 children 2-3 times s week.  Grandmothers are welcome to  call, long term basis my home or  yours. 880-7876. #20  Mothet of two will do childcare in  her home, Roberts Creek. Before  A slter school welcome, 885-  5032. #20  38   Business  Opportunities  1978 -518 Cat Skiddet, spate tire,  wheel and chains, exltas with  1987 4X4 pickup 3/4 ton. 886  3821 after 6 pm. #21W  Established landscaping business  with hail line of equipment. Inquire  Box 375 c/o Coast News, Box  460, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0 #21w  For Sale/Lssse new industrlsl  buirding3700sq.lt. 3 bays/1800  sq. It. upper storage space, olfice  rental potential, $24,000 per yeai,  Barry 886-8204. ss  Restaurant location lor sale. Csll  slter 6pm 8808871.        #22W  BBC INJURY CLAIMS  Free initial advice, call Fox Morgan A Co. 669-3441. #21  SMALL CRAFT  HARBOURSBRANCH  INVITATION  TO TENDER  SEALED  TENDERS:  ���ddrcssc- lo Departmenl  of Fisheries and Oceans,  Regional Manager,  Material Management &  Contracting Services  Division .Management  Services Branch. Sin.  Ml-MS W. Hastings  Street, Vancouver, HC  V6B 503  anii MAKKEDi sMAt.i.  CR AH HA KROIRS  CONSTRUCTION SKKV1LKS  STANDIM. OFFM  PPV2-MMT  WILL RK RKCKIVEDIT TO  liiTO P.M., LOCAL TIME, MA V  M.IM1  Tor various coastal and  Interior harbour locations  throughout British  Columbia, divided into  eleven major regions. The  regions may have from  Ave lo thirty-four harbour  facilities in each.  The works covered under  this project consist of the  furnishing of all plant,  labour, equipment,  hardware and materials to  carry out harbour repairs  in various locations.  Period of Standing Offer  from: Dale of award lo  March 31,199?  Plans, specifications and  tender documents ire  available fmm the  Contracts/ Procurement  Section (666-3849),  Departmenl of Fisheries  and Oceans, Stn. 331-  555 West Hastings Street,  Vancouver, BC V6B  503.  Contractors may submit  bids for any "one" or  "all" regions.  The Department reserves  Ihe right lo reject any or  all tenders and Ihe lowest  lender will not  necessarily be accepted.  For enquiries of a  general/technical nature,  contact Dave Thome.  Maintenance Coordinator  al (604) 666-2226.  FISHERIES  AM)OCEANS  PECHES  ETOCEAKI  Canada'  4 ADS  when you  pay for 2  FOR ONE WEEK  in ���Ittwr tha Monday  or Wookondor oditlon  up to 10 words  25 conts for oach  additional word.  | Births, lost &  i founds; Froo  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion.  Sure Sell Classifieds  $15 up to 10 words  $1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one Hem, will run 4 consecutive weeks,  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  by claaelf led deadline ��� Not available tor commercial advertisers \  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Edition Wookondor  Noon Friday Noon Tuesdays  Qlbsons 886-2622 Sechelt 885-3930  BCYCNA  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  ANDYUKON  COhMJNTTY  NEWSPAPEBS O C. A  ASSOCIATION a- *J *1  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear in more than 100 community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669-9222.  lor 25  $195  M.70o��ch��iJdilion��li��ord  AUTOMOTIVE  BUSINESS PERSONALS  Engines rebuilt tor cars 6  lucks. 6 Cyl. from $995. 8  Cyl. from $1095. 5 Year or  100,000 Km limited warranty.  Bond Mechanical 872-0641  8-7p.m.7days. Toll-tree Mon-  Fri 1 -800-663-2521.  MUM SUPPLES  IMPORTED ASIAN ANDU.S.  amateur and specialty videos. Foracalalogsend$2.to  Homegrown Videos, Box 74,  Regina, Sask. S4P 2ZS.  EDUCATION  TRAIN TO MANAGE an  Apartment/Condominium  building. Many jobs available.  Government licensed home  study certification course. Cal  lor details: (604)681-5456 or  1-800-665-8339.  FREE CAREER GUIDE to  tonin *tudy r-orrespondenee  Diploma  nurses   Account  Ing, Alrcondltioning, Bookkeeping,          Business,  Cosmetology, Electronics,  Legal/Medical Secretary,  Psychology, Travel. Grenton,  (5A) 263 Adelaide Wesl, Toronto. 1 800 950-1972.  CHEF TRAINING  PROGRAM. In jusl 17 weeks make  your future flnandalfy secure.  Join Canada's #1 Industry.  Cooking is a recession-proof  career. Short, intense training. Financial assistance.  Gov't funding. Student loans.  Continuous enrolment Accommodation   arranged.  DUBRULLE FRENCH CULI-  NARYSCHOOL,1522W.8th  Ave., Vancouver, B.C. 738-  3155 or Toll-free 1-800-667-  7288.  OOORSI WINDOWS! Interior  and exterior wood, metal and  French doors, wood windows,  skylights. MOREI Call collect  lo WALKER DOOR and WINDOW  In  Vancouver  at  (604)266-1101.  SUSattWS OPPORTUNITIES  PROFIT FROM THE RECESSION? Every few years a truly  different opportunity comes  along Irom ANYTHING you  have ever seen. Minimum  Investment $499. Call TODAY 1(519)944-6000.  Since 1976 nn've been Canada's #1 Display Wholesaler.  We seek 2 raps to service  established retail stores in  your area. Earn $900-$1100  weekly.   1(416)756-2156 or  1(416)766-3174.  Established family business.  Ken's Place, Store/Restaurant on beautiful Moberty  Lake, B.C. 3.5 acres - 400'  lakeshore property. Includes  5 Bedroom home. Owner re-  bring $189,900. plus stock.  1-788-2425.  FOR SALE MSC.  COMOX VALLEY, Vancouver Island, Full Service Automotive Repair with top equipment and location. Owner  turns away business. Call  Brian Willis, Re/Max Ocean  Pacific. (604)339-2021.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  Maple     Syrup,     pure  homemade. Quality guaranteed. Canada Post prepaid,  no tax. 1X4L $40. Case ol  8X540ml.   $50.   Sandra  MacLeod, R.R.2 Burks Falls,  Ontario.      POA      1CO  1(705)382-2244.  ADD A LITTLE SPICEI B.C.  College Roommates ��� Cindy,  Wendy and Lisa - have exciting Personal Photos of themselves for sale. For discreet  info write to: Cindy Price, Box  670GB, Kelowna, B.C. V1Y  7P4. Adults only please.  EXCLUSIVE SHEEPSKIN  PRODUCTS. Car seat covers, Rugs, Slippers, Baby's  Lambskin etc. Mall Order  anywhere.      30      Day  moneybeck guarantee, Iree  catalogue. Cat: Shear Comfort Toll free 1.300-663-7750.  FOR SALE MSC.  NORITAKE CHINA SALEI  Terrific discounts on current  pattemsl Delivered well-  packed, insured. For price list  on your Noritake pattern -  Alexander's The Noritake  Experts", Toronto. Toll-tree  1-800-263-5896.   TAYLOR SLUSH, hot dog,  nacho, ice cream, yoghurt,  piiza, warmers, collee, Juice,  much more with warranty.  Dealerswelcome. Al Season  Beverage Equipment Catalogue available. 1(403)343-  7317.  HANDLE STRESS. GAIN  CONTROL OVER THE REACTIVE MINDI It starts with  ��sbookDlanebcs:The Modem Science ol Mental Heallh  by L. Ron Hubbard $7.50. To  order call 1(604)681-0316.  VIsarMC accepted. Hubbard  Dianetics Foundation, 401  West Hastings Street, Van-  I Hastings S  erV6B1L5.  Backhoe. 2 6 4 W.D., 950,  960, loaders, 18' x 36* jaw  crusher, dump trucks and  pups, 455 ease loader, water  tuck, excavators, and more  equipment not listed. Cal Vic  493-6791.  OMOEMNO  The Ultimate Gardener's  Store. 1,000'e of Products,  Greenhouses, Hydroponics,  Drip Irrigation. Huge Book  Selection. 80 Page, photo  filed 1992 catalogue $4. refundable on order. Western  Waler Farms, #103-20120  64th Ave., Langley, B.C. V3A  4P7.  HELPWAHTED  Sales/partsperson. Good  working knowledge ot  snowmobiles, outboards,  perls counter. Some computer experience, good public  relations. Wages negotiable.  Resume, Trails North, Box  398, Smlthers, B.C. VOJ  2NO. Fax: 847 3536.  HELP WANTED  Figure Skating Coach. Must  have Level I up to 8th figure,  gold dance, Sr. Silver F.S. AH  applications considered.  Resume, Smlthers F.S.C.,  Box 2147, Smlthers, B.C.  VOJ 2NO. 847-3105.  AUTOMOTIVE SALES POSITION AVAILABLE. An opportunity lo live on beautiful  Vancouver Island and grow  with Nanalmo's most respected progressive dealer.  Excellenl Inoome.banetti program a great management  team. Reply In confidence to:  Brian Neai, Nanaimo  Chrysler, Box 746, Nanaimo,  B.C. V9R SM2. (604)758-  1191.  Fuly Experienced Butchers  lor beef A lamb Ml. Floor.  Good wages 6 benefits. Apply P.O. Box 34017, 5790-  175 Street Surrey, B.C. V3S  804.  RANCH WORKER with experience In riding, Irrigation,  Wd work, fencing etc. required. Good 3 bedroom  house. Must heve references  (604)378-6768.   LIVESTOCK  ABERDEEN ANGUS BULLS,  2 year olds and yearlings.  Performance Information.  Quality with size (or commercial or purebred herds. Delivery available. Phone  1(403)746-2557 or  1403)746-2555.   TRAVEL  Privately owned waterfront  properties for weekly rental  throughout B.C.'s Gull Islands, Shuswap a Okanagan  Lakes. To Rent or list property can ���Private Getaways'  1-675-4600.  MOBILE HOUES  NEW 14 WIDE, 3 bedroom,  li-ontlMngroom. Many extras.  Just $34,900. Pre-owned  starting at $14,900. Homes  Canada, Calgary 1(403)286-  2488.  PERSON Ai  WOULD YOU LIKE lo correspond with unattached Christian people across Canada: all  denominations, all nationalities, irxcompanlonsNpor marriage? Ashgrove, P.O. Box  206, Chase, B.C, VOE1MO.  FUN-FILLED LOVELIFEI  People ask Dr. Don/Where  can we get Sexual products  dlscretely?'Prlvacy guaranteed. Order catalogue $6. to:  Dr. Don's Products, #t 173 ���  1124 Lonsdale Ave., N.Vancouver, B.C. V7M2H1.  REALESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  for unpaid taxes. Crown Land  avalaUlty. For Inlormation  on both write: Properties,  Dept CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa, K2C3J1  RECREATIONAL VEMCLES  R.V.'s New 6 Used,  Motorhomes, Fifth Wheels,  Trucks, Trailers & campers.  Trade-up or Trade-down at  Butler Auto 6 R.V. Centre,  DL5333, Kamloops, B.C.  2405 E.T.C.H. 8-8 Call Now  372-5518.  SECURITY  BURGLAR BARS. 'Mr.  Goodbar*. Attractive white  window grIHes provide discrete  home security. BEAVER LUM  BER, IRLY BIRD 6  LUMBERLAND.Freelrtorma-  tir*fllwlplno:1-800-661-7555.  SERVICES  ADVERTISMO  An advertising-Best Buy"I  Ma|orlCBCandinjury ������.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer  22 years.  Call  collect'.  (604)736-6500. Contingency  Usava.ta.Tae.lnjuredln~"  only.   y jaims.  for  ict:  racy  I.C. Coast News, May 18, 1992  21  news  Strait campaign  earns cash boost  Th*; campaign tu protect ihe  ecology of Georgia Snail  received a majoi burnt tecciill)  when the Save Georgia Sliait  Alliance (S(iSA) learned thai it  would be receiving $75,000  (US) from the Seattle based  Bullitt Foundation.  Up until now, StiSA has  been funded by membership  dues, donations, personal loans  and pledges fiom us annual  Save ihe Strait Marathon  Knsuring adequate fending has  been   a   constant  challenge foi the   two-year   old  Alliance.  "The Bullitt  Foundation grant is  a real vote of conli  dence," said StiSA  execulive director  Laurie MacHtide in  a press release. "It ���  shows lhal people  understand how essential this  work is." The grant comes al an  opportune lime, she said, for  SGSA is beginning to woik  closely wilh US gioups to  address common concerns in the  Georgia Strait Puget Sound  region. The Bullitt Foundation  supports efforts to protect and  restore the environment of the  Northwest, and includes the  Strait and Sound as a priority.  Other agencies have also recognized and supported SGSA's  work recently. A $10,000 gram  from the Oregon based Lazar  Foundation provided SGSA's  'We'd like to see  active chapters  in all of the  communities'  nperating expenm fa the Bnt  three months ot this yiai and  just last week Environment  C aii.ul.i awaided the Alliance  $10.1100 lo oigani/e a sun-, of  ctculs in loui .oiiiiiiunilies dm  mg I n\noiuiKiii Week. June I  /.  Ma.Hiuli- said Ihe HuIIIII  grant will he used to establish  an organiiatkmal base including  an ollice and stall and to pio  aide public education and set  vices io members .md to Ocn  gia Strait minimi  nines "Vte d like  in   see   active  chaptert in .til ol  the communities,  and waul to lend  whatever assis  lance we can to  help group! cany  oul effective local  initiatives to clean  up the Snail"  Ovei the next two months.  StiSA will produce a video on  lite Save the Strait Marathon (a  17 mile crossing of Georgia  Strait by swimmers, paddlers  and lowers), publish new educa  lion.il materials, distribute ils  inaugural newsletter and cany  out this yeais Maiatlion. sched  tiled fot August 22.  StiSA membership includes  aboul .SOU individuals and over  70 native, labour, enviioilmen  tai. recreational, peace and com  mu mt y organization! from  around the Georgia Strait  legion  Coast medical  officer resigns  After three years as chief medical heallh officer for Ihe toasl  Garibaldi Health Unit, L)t. Rey Maish has resigned liom his position,  citing "serious dissatisfaction on m> pint regarding the operation of  the health unit" us his reason Ibrileaving.   I  Neither Marsh nor the Minisliy ol Heallh would elaborate on the  circumstances of his departure md Marsh said his future plans are  still uncertain.  Courtenay doctor Brian Emerson, medical health officer for the  Upper Island Health Unit, has temporarily been assigned lo oversee  the Coasl Garibaldi Heallh Unit Recruitment of a new health officer  for the Coasl region, which extends from the Squamish-Whistler area  to Powell River, is currently underway, said a ministry spokesman  Prior lo his appointment to the toast Garibaldi Health Unit,  Marsh was medical health officer for the Peace River area. He also  did clinical work on several native Indian reserves for the federal  government, and was in private practice in the past.  Marsh resigned from his position March 12.  &  COME AND SEE  Our Summer Wear  10�� Thrifty's  HELP THE  Donations    886-2488 or Box 598  mm  Why Did the Porcupine  Cross the Road?  Millions of wild animals ate killed by motorists each year  in North America. These animals are unaware of the  danger that awaits them as they cross roads and highways  in search of food, shelter, oi males.  Here are some ways io avoid accidents involving wild  animals nexl lime you're oul foi a drive in ihe counttyi  ��� Never throw food ot garbage from yom car. By littering,  you may be luring an animal to its death.  ��� Take extra care on stretches ot road where animal  crossing signs are posted.  ��� Reduce youi driving speed when you are near meadows,  wetlands, or woodlands, where wildlife is usually  abundant. This will give you more time to avoid an  accident if an animal crosses in front of you.  Sometimes, no matter how careful you are, accidents  involving wild animals are unavoidable. But remember to  use common sense. Never put yourself or your passengers  in danger. If you do hit an animal, do not try to remove  it from the road yourself; you could  be injured by a passing vehi  cle. .Besides, the animal  may be diseased, so it's a  good idea not to touch it.  Instead, contact the  nearest detachment of  the local police or the  provincial ministry of  natural resources.  %0  Canadian Wildlife Federation  Communications Department  2740 Queensview Drive  Ottawa. Ontario K2B 1A2  Cold Beer &  Cider To Go!  rooms  $IACOO  riif vvtfctK  f'LU-r.   I AX  105  886 2884  PENINSULA MOTOR INN  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl _ Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Ratlings  Vinyl Sundeck Flouting ��� h'alio Covenngs  AU/VEST  HOME  X.*- SERVICES  a I   5622 Wharf SI   Suchelt Jim Bain 885-45/2  Vim I OUR SHOWROOM ANrlIMb  We've Got The  *mstmm&''     _  .-.���:���:���.���;���;::���: :v:v  "Wl.'i.l. hhl'.l' \0l t.OOl. lillS SlMMtR"  BAH AND BLOWN  ImWIKc -NMliNTALLY FRIENDLY  CELLULOSE  MAZATLAN  O ��8Ci**BT-l1  TOBACCO IS A DRUG  Protect your children.  Why buy, when we've  got your number?  LOW COST FAX  TRANSMISSION  SERVICE  886-7725 or 885-3954  ��� Send or receive  ��� Local, national,  international  ��� Reasonable rates  ��� Confidential service  For more information  call 885-3930 or 886-2622  COAST^INEWS  Cruice Lane  Gibsons  Cowrie St.  Sechelt  When you buy Car_adian,  there's a payback.  In jobs and a stronger economy  .Every time you go shopping, you've got choices to make and decisions to reach. ���Certainly, you should compare price  and quality. Then, take a minuie to think about Canada.������� Because when you buy a Canadian-made product or service,  or shop in a Canadian store... there's a payback. *In Canadian jobs and a stronger economy.*Canada. Buy into it. 22  Coast News, May 18, 1942  ephemera  SPCA News  Badly in need of love,  this young pure bred  (.. rnian Shepherd will  be a faithful pet for  someone who is willing  to give her the training  and security she needs.  If you would like to see  her, please call 886-4989  Eat In or Take Out  Home made Red Beet Salad & Tabouli  by Helen  DELI FRESH  Macaroni Salad & Potatoe Salad  VARIETY Kh FOODS  The BIGGEST Little Store in Gibsons Landing 886-2936  Retirement and Insurance Planning  ��� Retirement  Planning  ��� Life & Disability  Insurance  ��� IJnpltiviv Ik'iK'lit  Plans  ��� Lawrence K.  Chambers, (ill  ��� 886-9111  ��� Toll Free:  1-WKV665-2051  vjniiul lnn.1% Imtm- with  l.tunluil t.nmp til huht*. lul  UJAMI^RS  SeniuK ihe Sunshine Com Since I'WJ  5 YEARS AGO  Plans to have downtown Sechell classified as a designated area for  revitalization has run into some snags. Mayor Hud Koch told Alderman Mike Shanks, who represented council on Ihe revitalization  committee "There is going to be no bylaw (to go lo public hearing)  until I have proof that all the property owners have been contacUj'L"  Joan Clarkson of Halfmoon Ceramics and 49 of her students look  home from the Vancouver Island Ceramic Association competition in  Svdney May 8.V) and 10, a total of 142 trophies, awards and ribbons.  10 YEARS AGO  RCMP remind residents that any objects found on local beaches  which might be from Ihe naval testing ground in Georgia Strait  should be reported immediately to police.  Meals on Wheels has now completed its first year of operation in  (iibsous and is a real success. The time has come lo explore the possibility of expanding the operation into Sechelt.  15 YEARS AGO  (iibsons Council learns that the new reservoir will be completed  by the end of June.  Ten year old Ida Henderson of Port Mellon thought it was her turn  to go fishing wilh her dad. Her brothers had had lots of turns, So Ida  went on her first fishing trip and hooked into a 35-pound salmon  which her father landed for her after il had lowed their 14 and a half  foot boat around in a circle for more than Iwo hours.  25 YEARS AGO  Wink has started beyond Hopkins Landing by Black Ball Ferries  on a new terry slip to serve the Sunshine Coast.  YMCA Camp Elphinstone celebrates ils 50th anniversary this season.  35 YEARS AGO  (iibsons Landing has acquired a new road. The extension of  Fletcher Road now meets the Sechelt highway immediately below St.  Vincent's Church,  Real estate in Sechell sees a four room house, fully furnished, with  a view on 14 acres selling for $3000.  45 YEARS AGO  Pre-schoolers in Pender Harbour now have a school all their own.  A nursery school is held in the clubhouse each week wilh 16 children  in attendance. It is hoped more mothers will become interested and  send their youngsters.  Gibsons Village Council went on record as completely approving  work of the Kinsmen Club in offering to provide swings for children  in the municipal playground.  Mr. and Mrs. P.W. Case have sold their general store in Roberts  Creek to Mr. and Mrs. J. Blott. The new owners will lake over at  once. Roberls Creek will be sorry to lose Mr. and Mrs. Case and  Queenie, and we extend a hearty welcome to the newcomers.  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday  7:30  Gibsons Council Meeting:  Gavel to gavel coverage of the  Gibsons Council Meeiing  "Live" from  Gibsons Council Chambers  Wednesday  7:00  Our Heahhy Community  Diane Fvans and Norman  (ileadow report on the Healthy  Community survey being conducted on the Coasl  8:00  Talking Together  the movie  May is "Better Hearing _  Speech Month" and this programme, brought to you  courtesy of the Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit looks at  speech and language development in young children.  8:30  "I Am a Camera" #5  The Photographs of Ken Bell  Ken Bell's commercial photographs.  9:00  On The Edge  The second of ihree from  Delta Cable 4 lakes the viewer  rockclimbing.  9:30  Parliamentary Talkback  Harold Fletcher is the host.  M.P. Ray Skelly is the guest.  Thursday  7:00  The Independent Nation of  Roberts Creek  Live Phone-in  Helen Roy talks wilh citizens  of the independent nation of  Roberts Creek.  8:00  On The Edge  The third of three from  DcltaCable 4 lakes Ihe viewer  scubadiving.  8:30  The Sunshine Coast Home  Business Assn.  Live phone-in  Joanne Bennison hosts a  discussion on home business  operations on The Coast.  ^'-��� SOUTH COAST FORD  n leW   Ol. nor    l0n1  /^DEPENDABLE ���  AUIO SERVICE  Did You Know...  We Do BilUbl* rk Economical  RADIATOR  REPAIRS ,^__  The South Coast'. Only s^   Y^  BCAA APPROVED Shop (Special consideration to BCAA members)  ^ornmm automotive

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