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 i    LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings .    Q  Victoria, B.C. V8V lX-f   fi.M  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  May 31,1993 Volume 47 Issue 22  Provincial report  documents ills...  by Jane Seyd  Firsl, the bad news: in BC,  wc slill generate more waste per  person than any developed  region, and wc still pump  untreated municipal waste water  into lhe ocean through nine different discharges serving over  200,000 people.  Some good news is atmospheric lead levels in Ihe  province have dropped since  banning of leaded gas in 1990,  and levels of dioxins in coastal marine  life have also fallen  with stricter rules  for pulp mills.  That's jusl some  of lhe information  contained in a  "Stale of Ihe Environment" report put      oul recently by federal and provincial environment  ministries. Covering topics  from water quality to agricultural land, the report provides  measures of the current state of  thc environment in BC and  looks al (tends in a manner similar to more traditional reports  on economic performance.  With thc fastest growing  population in thc country,  human-generated waste is one  of thc top concerns mentioned  in the document. If current practices continue, slates the report,  60 per cent of the province's  236 landfills will he full by thc  year 2000. There is also still no  facility in BC for safe treatment  and disposal of the 110,000  Some good news  Is atmospheric  lead levels in  tbe province  have dropped  an, says thc report, although  aboul half lhe energy consumed  in the province is for industry.  Pollution from burning of  fossil fuels and chemicals such  as sulphur dioxide, ozone and  hydrogen sulphide slill present  serious problems lo air quality.  In more rural areas, like Ihe  Sunshine Coast, smoke from  land clearing, home heating and  slash burning also contribute to  worsening air quality.  In terms of  water quality, bacterial contamination is still the  greatest threat, says  the report, which  may be affected by  a variety of conditions. BC has thc  highest incidence  of water-borne illness in Ihe country, most commonly from "beaver fever."  Since 1986, thc number of water  boil advisories issued has multiplied six times.  Currently 6.5 per cent of land  in thc province is protected,  while thc province has established a goal of reaching 12 per  cent protection by lhe year  2000. Levels of limber harvesting arc projected lo decrease in  many areas of thc province, says  thc report. Meanwhile, between  1973 and 1990, property in the  Agricultural Land Reserve in  south west BC declined by 8.5  per cent.  Off thc land, while some  salmon stocks arc stable or  tonnes of hazardous waste gen- increasing - mostly-through  eratcd each year. enhancement projects - overall  British Columbians use aboul declines of 24 per cenl have  20 per cenl more energy per been caused by habitat damage  person than lhe average Canadi-      and over-harvesting.  ... Dioxin pollution  declining since '80s  by Jane Seyd  Levels of toxic organo-chlo-  rinatcd chemicals arc down in  the coastal marine environment,  according lo a government  report.  Dioxin concentrations in thc  eggs of cormorants and herons  were significantly down in 1991  from thc high levels found in  eggs from 1983 to 1989, when  widespread closures to shellfish  harvesting were brought in as a  response to the contamination.  "Overall things arc looking  positive," said Steve Samis of  the Department of Fisheries and  Oceans.  Samis said recent data is now  in thc hands of Heallh and Welfare Canada, thc agency responsible for closing and opening  areas to shellfish harvesting.  But he predicted opening  Howe Sound to prawn and crab  fishermen is still likely "way  down thc road."  turn to back page  Art Ross of Daytona, holds on to his 200-foot Apocalypse VIII kite as it soars above Davis Bay  during the Fourth Annual Fun Kite Fly sponsored by Pastimes of Sechelt.       Joel Johnstone photo  page 6  pag$4  13  IS  Sechelt 'trailer park' residents face eviction  by Derek McNaughton  When home is a trailer park, there's no  place for il.  About 10 Sechelt families could soon he  forced to move their mobile homes from a  private properly originally cleared for temporary pipeline workers.  Sechelt council decided to evict thc  mobile owners Thursday, because landowner  Raymond Stockwcll no longer holds a necessary permit to operate a trailer park, despite  efforts lo get one.  The eviction, which could come as soon  as July, has caused the 30 or so people living  on thc site for two years to ask why they  deserve council's hard line when "nobody  even knows we're up here."  Pal Kennedy, a resident who lives with  her husband and two children, asked: "What  have wc done? Why do they want us to  move? Where would they like us to go?"  Kennedy said she learned of the town's  actions by a letter stuck in the door of her  68-foot trailer. And since all her neighbours  have become friends, she said, and because  her daughter plays baseball wilh six other  neighbourhood children, she docs not want  lo leave. "Whal can we do so we're allowed  lo slay?" she asked.  Apparently little. Thc year-old dispute  sits with Stockwcll and Sechell council. "Mr.  Stockwcll is running an illegal R.V. park,"  said Mayor Nancy MacLarty. "He doesn't  have a licence and (he area isn't zoned properly."  turn to back page  Gibsons  OCP  attracts  praise,  criticism  by Charles Hart  They came, they saw, they  commented.  Markers in hand, penning  opinions about Gibsons draft  official community plan on  while expanses of paper pinned  to the walls of the Marine  Room.  The comments scrawled  across iwo walls and covered  such topics as the working harbour, parks and recreation and  overall plan impressions.  Fully 300 people attended  open houses Wednesday and  Thursday to button-hole politicians and planners, review  maps, pick up copies of the 100-  page document and write their  views, pro and con, of the  revised draft.  Fifteen-year Gibsons resident  Gerry Pageau said he was  impressed with the public consultation process. "It's actually  really open," he said. "Much  more open than anything I've  seen in a long time."  Pageau's first impressions of  the plan were positive. He said  he's pleased there are some  solid planning ideas to talk  about. "I'd like to see more  park. I guess that's my only  comment at the moment."  David Barnum, who moved  to Gibsons a year ago from  West Vancouver, said he  thought the open houses provided a good forum. "They give  people a bit of chance for feedback, which is essential if  you're going to make it fly."  Barnum questioned the optimum population projections of  10,000 people for the town and  whether that number would be  adequate lo pay for the services  the community needs, especially  in recreation.  "I'm big on recreation and I  think they've done quite well so  far," Barnum said. "But if  10,000 can't do it, we really  have to think what are our alternatives."  John Thomas, manager of the  Rilz Motel, was among those  who hadn't had a chance to look  into the plan yet bul who paid a  $25 deposit to take home a copy  of the draft and study it. "it's a  diffcult town to manage because  of the way il's built, with upper  and lower Gibsons," he said.  "But I guess a lot of people want  to keep it Ihe way it is. They  don't like changes."  Gibsons councillor Ted  Hume, who is opposed to the  plan's working harbour concept  that would limit certain marine  activities to the existing inner  harbour area, noted that public  comments on lhal section  echoed his views.  turn to back page  Tibb's body discovered,  police suspect foul play  by Darah Hansen  A body believed to be that of  a Pender Harbour man missing  for the last two weeks was  found Wednesday (May 26) in a  wooded area west of Sechelt.  Although no positive identification has yet been made, Corporal Bruce Haynes of the  Sechelt RCMP detachment confirmed Friday police suspect the  body to be that of Harold R.  Tibb, 86.  Haynes said police are treating the death as suspicious and  have not ruled out foul play.  He added, it appears the man  did not die of natural causes.  No official cause of death  has been issued pending the  results of an autopsy.  He was last seen in Sechelt,  Monday, May 10, where he'd  been visiting his wife, who is  seriously ill in St. Mary's Hospital. At the time, Tibb was  reported to be in a depressed  state over his wife's failing  health.  His car was later found unattended in town.  Search teams, a police boat  and a police tracking dog were  used in the search to locate the  missing man.  Tibb had been reported missing for two weeks prior to the  discovery of the body.  An investigation into the  death is on-going.  Gibsons and District  Chamber of Commerce  president Conchita Harding  presents Steve Sleep of Coast  Cable with a 1993 Community  Recognition Award  Wednesday for his Service to  Arts and Education. Other  recipients: Service to  Community - John De Kleer;  Service to Seniors ��� Sue  Wiggins; Service to Youth ���  Russ and Carol McLeod;  Special Award ��� Sandra  Alcock; Couple of the Year ���  Don And Enter Andow.  "These individuals represent  the hundreds of volunteers  who give generously of their  time and skills to enhance the  quality of Ufe on the  Sunshine Coast."  Joel Johnstone photo  . . a ��� Coast News, May 31, 1993  news  Probing forces at work behind environmental reporting  by Darah Hansen and  Jane Seyd  Don't believe everything you read, they  used to tell you.  And judging from comments  at a seminar on media and environment reporting held Wednesday night in Vancouver, they  probably had a point.  These days, though, it's got a  lot more tricky. And when it  comes to the environment, questioning whal isn't reported can  be as important as questioning  what is.  Hosted by Simon Fraser Uni  versity, the seminar brought  together journalists, environmentalists, academics and about  700 members of the public lo  discuss treatment of environmental issues in the media and  offer suggestions for improvement.  "Most journalists just parrot  whal is being said," said journalist Joyce Nelson, a speaker at  the seminar. "Investigative  reporting rarely happens."  Citing the proliferation of  corporate press releases, pholo  opportunities and press conferences often relied upon to gener-  .SPARKLE CAR CLEAN  ��_\Pl_*__f__P~       WASH* WAX  Stoecials  Gift Certificates available  for Fathers Day  high quality-hand applied wax  ���"Jso��KludescxtetiOf windows  'Chrome pdishing-$49.99  ���rubberitire  dressing  Hwy 101 Gibsons Beside B& K landscaping   886 0355  Retirement and Insurance Planning Since 1982  ��� Retirement  Planning  ��� RRSP, RRIF, and  annuities  ��� 886-9111  ��� Toll Free:  1-800-663-2051  ��� Life & Disability  Insurance  Lawrence K. 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Meanwhile media ownership  and reliance on advertising dollars can also affect what gets  covered and what doesn't.  In Ihe case of environmenlal  news, said Nelson, corporations  are often Ihe ones calling thc  shots. Sometimes journalists  censor themselves, she said,  while other times there arc  direct pressures on reporters and  editors.  "It's noi a conspiracy, it's  business," she told die audience.  Sieve Kline, a professor of  communications al Simon Fraser, said according to studies he  has done, environmenlal issues  are no longer as prominent in  the news today as Ihey were  only a few years ago. And when  Ihey are written about, there's  now a tendency to put a "good  news spin" on issues, rather than  writing about serious environmental doom and gloom, said  Kline.  "It's basically told the public  lhat sustainable development  can solve the problem."  Scientist David Suzuki, a  keynote speaker at the event,  said the problem with issues in  the news is not too little information, but too much superficial  information, selected on Ihe  basis of "Ihe values publishers  and editors think are important."  Accordingly, business and  sports sections are given top  billing while science, technology and the environment are relegated to "ghetto subjects," said  Suzuki.  In the view of many editors,  who are looking for novelty  news items to attract readers,  "Ihe environment's boring," he  commented.  He also warned the audience  that it takes more than Ihe simple presentation of information  lo bring out major changes in  environmental policies and decisions.  "It doesn't matter whether  you win the argument," said  Suzuki. If fteyfcve thc power  they're going to keep on doing  what has always been done."  Why have stories surrounding logging  in the Clayoquot  Sound been ignored for so long  by the mainstream media?  Why has reporting on  resource-based communities in  BC been replaced by urban  angst?  Was it a conflict of interest  for a newspaper to hire the public relations company Burson-  Marsteller to promote their  morning publication switch-over  when that same company was  promoting the Forest Alliance?  Why was a paid advertisement outlining a fight against  logging on Galiano Island by  MacMillan Bloedel refused by  the Vancouver Sun when the  same ad was accepted without  comment by the Globe and  Mail?  MINIMUM OU I SI'1  In defence of the Sun, managing editor Scoll Honeyman  fielded many of the criticisms.  He acknowledged .1 change in  the paper's focus from provincial environmental issues to  those based "close to home" in  the Lower Mainland.  Honeyman said part of thc  reason for change was, "journalists were overwhelming themselves with seriousness."  He did promise Ihe crowd he  would take back any suggestions  he heard at the meeting.  "We'll try and listen a lol  better in thc future."  Bul thc crowd remained  skeptical as a voice shouted  from thc seals, "Will Conrad  (Black) let you?"  (Conrad Black, head or an  international newspaper business empire, has shares in thc  Southam corporation, which  owns thc Vancouver Sun.)  'ft  GRIEVING    IMIMI IM fll ITiJlBHTTOgBvAMCOuvea  .A wide variety of media report on the environment. Some are  praised for their efforts, some are decried.  To question after question  Wednesday night, mainstream  media, in particular thc Vancouver Sun, fell under the gun of a  crowd anxious to understand thc  mandate on environmental coverage.  Thc Sun's own reporting  staff, guests at the evening's  panel discussion, offered little in  the way of support for their  paper.  "It's easier to promote consumption than to delve into the  local and regional stale of the  environment," a critical Ben  Parfilt told lhe crowd.  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"We arc agitating for change  within the Vancouver Sun," said  Kim Bolan, social issues  reporter.  "Many of us arc feeling we  are doing an inadequate job."  Bolan said inadequate  staffing levels, limited time and  resources are part of thc paper's  problem. She further pointed lo  a staff which still consisted  mainly of middle class, while  males. This represents "a very  narrow range of opinion," she  said.  'It's easier to  promote  consumption  than to delve  into tbe local  and regional  state of tbe  environment'  - Ben Parfilt  ead books...they  don't  have any  advertising     in  them whatsoever."  That was one of the solutions  offered by Georgia Strait managing editor Charles Campbell  in answer to how the public can  address deception in thc media.  And if not books, then read  alternative media.  Campbell said his paper  doesn't run into the same problems the larger city papers have,  because thc advertisements supporting lhe paper come mainly  from thc arts and entertainment  area and have little impact on  what news they cover, he said.  And while the news space is  limited, there's more lime lo  concentrate on background lo  important issues rather than  writing mainly on "news  events."  Campbell used his comments  to drive home points brought up  by other members of Ihe  evening's panel: mainstream  newspapers are not so much a  public service as Ihey arc a business.  Said paneflst1 Christopher  Plant, co-editor of The New Catalyst: "The free market is a bad  idea for thc heallh of a public  good."  But Kim Bolan urged readers  not to give up on Ihe mainstream  news sources.  She told the public to phone    the editors and publishers of a paper  thai is providing  inadequate coverage: "Don't assume  we arc beyond approach."  She further suggested thc public  phone    reporters  directly,  "Sometimes I'll take a  story and follow it  up and somehow,  magically,        il  ���������������   appears in the paper  the next day."  Kim Goldberg, author and  freelance journalist, backed  Bolan's comments.  Clip everything on thc issue  of interest, she said. Know what  is and isn't being reported. Ask  for space lo write guest opinion  articles.  Find out how lo file written  complaints to the BC Press  Council or the Canadian  Radio/Television and Telecommunications Commission  (CRTC). And one final suggestion from panelist Joyce Nelson.  "Throw oul your TV."  8  ���MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT,  LANDS and PARKS  Y^MCA Summer Day Camps  Four and five day camps for boys and girls ages 6 to  13.  With games, special events, swimming, fishing, crafts,  overnight camp outs and age appropriate instruction  in sailing, canoeing, kayaking, rowboating,  sailboarding, tennis, archery and orienteering.  Return transportation leaves Sechelt at 8:15 a.m. and  returns at 5 p.m. with stops along Highway 101,  Roberts Creek and Gibsons.  Lunch is included each day and meals are provided  on campouts.  A brochure with dates, fees and an application form is  available at 1760 YMCA Road, Langdale or by mail  from  YMCA Ca\MP ELPHINSTONE  440 Hendry Ave.,  North Vancouver, V7L 4C5  Tel. 251-1116 or (ax 986-0592  "A Place to Learn and a Place to Grow" Coast News, May 31, 1993  news  Trustees to review draft condom policy  by Darah Hansen  To install condom machines or not to  install condom machines, that is still the  question at Chatelech high school.  Almosl one year to Ihe day since sludenis  first brought the issue before the school  board, trustees have been presented with a  first draft policy on high school condom  machines.  Although details of the policy will not be  released publicly until June, Chatelech  senior and head of the small group asking for  Ihe machines, Laura Zealand, said Thursday  it's been hard work pulling together a document that will ensure the future installation  of condom machines in their school - something they feci strongly is an important safeguard to student health.  *  Among the work they've done, the students distributed a survey in January aimed  at detailing the proportion of students  engaged in sexual activity. Zealand said  approximately 410 of the school's 460  grades 8 to 12 students responded openly to  "personal" questions such as whether they'd  had sexual relations in the past six months  and, if so, had a condom been used.  Zealand said students were also asked  whether they wanted condom machines  installed at Chatelech, lo which 90 per cent  responded positively.  This year's survey was the second to be  conducted at the school since the issue was  raised by student council in the 1991/92  school year. Last year's results again showed  overwhelming support for the installation of  the condom machines. Supporters cited as  their concerns unwanted pregnancies, sexually transmitted diseases, and especially  AIDS - which they are afraid may already be  affecting people in the student population.  The 10 per cenl who said they didn't wanl  machines in Chatelech did so for religious  reasons, or said they were afraid students  would be immature aboul condoms, or that  they might promote sexual activity to leens.  The survey also indicated a substantial  amount of students were engaged in sexual  activity. Thc numbers ranged from 18.75 per  cent of grade 8 students who said they were  sexually active, to 62 per cent of students in  grade 11. It was further estimated thai close  to 80 per cent of grade 12 students were  involved in sexual activity.  Firefighters  battle an afternoon  vehicle  fire in lower  (���ibsons  Wednesday, forcing  owner Ken  Kendall to retire his  1970 camper  special.  The van backfired  just after starting,  igniting a loose fuel  hose, said  firefighters.  Kendall did not  have fire insurance.  Charles Had pholo  WEST VANCOUVER POLICE DEPARTMENT  NOTICE  HORSESHOE BA Y PARKING  Commencing June 01, 1993, NEW PARKING  REGULATIONS will come into effect in Horseshoe Bay.  West Vancouver Council has passed a bylaw to restrict parking  throughout the day and prohibit parking overnight. Signs will  Indicate the controlled areas. There will he a $20.00 One for  exceeding the 3 hour parking limit in residential areas and a  $25.(H) fine for overnight parking. Horseshoe Hay residents, with  some limitations, are exempt.  Federal riding candidates jockey for position  by Derek McNaughton  As mainstream media combs  thc political hairs of two familiar  front runners, here on thc Coast a  full body of candidates prepares  for a rinsing of public questions,  though for some Ihe waters are  still somewhat tepid.  Thc North Island Powell  River Progressive Conservatives  have not set a meeting date to  decide who will face off wilh  current NDP MP Ray Skelly.  Nor would new president Mark  Von Schellwitz, selected April  tchool bond notes  10, reveal the names of the seven  hopeful candidates.  The Liberals have penned  June 19 and 20 for their candidate nomination, but they have  not yel selected a new president  to lead thc local Grits.  Reform Party people put candidate John Duncan at the top of  their federal wishlist and Ihe  race, claims Duncan, "will be a  two-way competition between  himself and Skelly. The Conservatives have written the riding  off, and the Liberals have never  '   ' *.*# J '.!  ���"���'     f  '������   *".��  done well here," said Duncan.  The National Party of Canada,  a left-leaning party headed by  Edmonton publisher Mel Hurtig,  will showcase a line of thoroughbreds at a Campbell River meeting July 10.  On Saturday, the party, which  is "working toward a fair and just  society," founded the party's  North Island Powell River riding.  So far only Mark Grenier, "a  house painter by application,"  has declared Ottawa aspirations.  The National Party has strong  environmental commitments,  champions education and solicits  funding from individuals only,  instead of the more traditional,  corporate-cash method.  This year's North Island Powell River federal election line up  has long-time riding boss Ray  Skelly feeling "challenged."  Skelly said he will not engage in  polls to measure his victory  potential because besides the  huge cosl, "we would rather  knock on the doors and let the  people have al ya."  The Garden Store...  and much more.  ���TOOLS'WHEELBARROWS  ��� COMTOSTERS ��� SPRINKLERS  ��� ACU-DRIP WATERING SYSTEM  ���ANDMUCHMORE  "Come in and  have alook  around''  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.|  mvi-rm   Pratl Rd������ Gibsons 886-7527  M��*fl     Mon. - S.il. 9 - 5:30   Sun. 10-4     __^_J I  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  SIS  A letter written by long-time  Sechelt resident Doris Steele to  school board trustees raised discussion amongst trustees as to  the safety of children attending  Sechelt Elementary school.  Steele outlined whal she considers an on-going problem with  parking on Shorncliffe Avenue,  calling Ihe present set up "a very  serious safety concern."  Secretary-treasurer Tim  Anderson said Ihe school district  would be in touch wilh Sechell  town council lo discuss clarifying present parking sites. Anderson added, to his knowledge,  safety of the students was not at  risk by lhe present situation.  Osdyssey of the Mind  Seven students from West  Sechelt Elementary received formal board approval for a trip to  Washington, DC lo lake part in  an international Odyssey of the  Mind competition.  Financial statements  With one month of school to  go, operating expenses for the  district have reached 20 million,  or 80.4 per cent of the total budget. Secretary-treasurer Tim  Anderson told the board spending was on par with estimates  made earlier indicating a surplus  amount of money at thc end of  the school year, to carry over to  1993/94.  Data collection  The Ministry of education  announced plans for two data  collection initiatives to be implemented nexl year:  -the introduction of a nine-  digit Personal Education Number system to be used to track  students.  -a Student Follow-up Projecl  - a seven year study to track students who graduate or leave the  system before graduation. Also  designed lo improve understanding of issues concerning  dropouts, student movement,  retention and entrance to work  and further education.  Construction  Construction of additions at  both Roberts Creek and Cedar  Grove projects appear to be on  schedule. Final preparations are  presently underway for additions  to both Chatelech and Elphinstone high schools.  Halfmoon elementary  Trustee Carol Adams and  secretary-treasurer Tim Anderson told the board an alternative  location for the Halfmoon Bay  Daycare Society facilities has  likely been discovered. 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At a conference on media and the environment held in  Vancouver Wednesday night more than 700 people came  together to ask some very pointed questions about what  exactly they are reading in the papers.  And for those of us whose job it is to report the news,  some of those questions were difficult to hear.  Why is it, they asked, the media has such difficulty airing its own dirty laundry when it can air, without guilt,  that of all its neighbours, justifying its actions as the public's right to know?  Charles Campbell, managing editor of the Georgia  Strait, offered a comment, "For obvious reasons, the  media does a pretty lousy job in bringing itself to  account."  That's not to say the public can't or shouldn't force it  to account.  Clearly all media, including community newspapers,  often can't escape this form of criticism.  The most recent example of local media bias came in  the reporting of "a gang" of native youths connected to  crimes in Sechelt. The papers were asked would this have  been reported in a similar manner if the "gang" had been  white?  The truthful answer - maybe not.  In terms of environmental reporting, criticisms come  from all directions.  Everyone has their own truths to convey and often it's  hard to tell whether the facts and figures presented as  proof fall into the category of "lies, damn lies and statistics."  Community newspapers are seen very differently by  different members of the community. Some see our role  as that of civic cheerleader - building community spirit  through the spreading of good news and ask us why there  aren't more of those types of stories in the paper.  ���Others take us to task for not writing more hard-hitting, investigative reporting which could reveal things  some would prefer kept quiet.  We are not immune to the force-fed news that inveigles  us via the press conference, the photo opportunity, the  press release.  And it's true the business of newspapers also plays a  part. Sometimes there's a greying of lines between advertising and the real news.  With the shift in emphasis in major dailies from  provincial issues to those more concentrated on the  Lower Mainland, it's perhaps even more incumbent on  community papers to delve into local resource-based  issues and ask how they affect our communities.  A reporter is expected to ask the questions but we need  to know the questions to ask.  Formulating those is as much the community's responsibility as it is ours.  ��HeanH  mm..  Sensitive nerves  and poison letters  Unfortunately I missed Coast  News journalist, Derek  McNaughton'*, May 10 piece  regarding a burning application  in Tuwanek. I'll definitely look  il up. It must really have hit a  sensitive nerve if it got Inlerfor's local operations manager  mad enough to attack both  McNaughton and Linda  Williams in one poisoned letter.  (Clearing the air over Tuwanek,  May 24).  For anyone who does not  know, Linda Williams is a  molher of 10, school bus driver  and long time Tuwanek resident. She ho-, spent countless  volunteer hours defending the  public interest on the Foreshore  Advisory Task Force and on the  Tetrahedron Local Resource  Use Plan.  She is very shy and soft-spoken and that's why most readers  will wonder who is Ihis 'imaginative and emotional' lady  under attack by an Interfor  mouthpiece in the May 24 Coast  News.  Linda Williams is one smart  cookie. When local environmentalists want to check out their  forestry stats, they call Linda  because she really knows her  stuff. Which is probably the reason why Inlerfor's operations  manager speaks of her so disparagingly. Keep it up Linda!  This disrespectful individual  suggests that Interfor is a "member of the community" and has  "demonstrated its environmental  commitment in all its operations." Interfor is not a 'member' of our community.  '�����.  As for environmental commitment, readers can judge for  themselves by taking a hike  through Interfor clearcuts  strewn with grease cartridges,  discarded and rusting cables and  spent petroleum product containers. Just a couple of years  ago Interfor was called to task  by the Surrey Waste Management Branch over such littering  near Batchelor Lake in the  Chapman watershed area. That's  where our drinking water comes  from folks.  And three cheers for the  SCRD for seeking an injunction  to keep Interfor out of there.  ROGER LAGASSE  Halfmoon Bay  Recognizing  a fair decision  So Forest Resource Council  president Harry Almond thinks  lhal Ihe Clayoquot Sound decision was - Fair. Here's part of  what the West Coast Environmenlal Law Research Foundation said about the decision in a  letter to premier Harcourt:  "The Clayoquot Sound land-  use decision fails to achieve a  'balance' between the environment and lhe economy and  neglects the issue of sustainability. Environmentally, the decision respects neither the ecological integrity of the temperate  rain forest, a globally threatened ecosystem, nor Canada's  commitment to the preservation  of biodiversity under the  UNCED Biodiversity Treaty  (1992). Economically, no provisions for increasing the value-  added component of the timber  harvest through local economic  development initiatives have  been made.  The Clayoquot Sound decision is distressingly similar to  hundreds of previous timber  harvesting programs in British  Columbia..."  Anybody who could be so  completely mired in the old  forestry paradigm as to be quoted saying the only thing lost in  Clayoquot Sound, forest, ecosystems were old trees, wouldn'.t .  recognize a fair decision, and  deserves to be a "resource council" leader.  W.R. HENDERSON  Gibsons  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 460  Gibsons, B.C.  VON 1V0  Ab-duck-ted?  We live in the fairly rural  area of Reed Road in Gibsons.  On our five acres we raise ducks  and other assorted animals. This  spring one of our mother mus-  covy ducks hatched a brood of  young. She chose a fairly safe  place for her nest.  Immediately after the young  are hatched Mama began her job  of teaching them to forage for  food. Although we feed them  twice a day it must be their  instinct to constantly peck at the  ground looking for whatever  bugs they can find. (There's  hardly a slug to be found in our  yard.)  On one such forage (at about  5 pm Wednesday, May 26)  Mama made the mistake of taking her brood down the driveway to the ditch in front of our  house. Our neighbours saw a  new model maroon-coloured  van stop. .  The occupants got out and  captured Mama and her babies  (I hope you got all seven). Then  they drove away.  My questions is: What were  you thinking? Did you think you  were rescuing them to return to  the wild? A call to Mrs. Davy,  well known animal rehabililator,  told us some people mistakenly  release domestic birds lo sanctuaries sometimes endangering the  wild bird stocks.  So to the 'rescuers' of these  animals, please be a little more  informed about what you are  doing. And if you have stolen  Ihem that is a whole other letter.  Needless to say our feathers  are a little ruffled about this.  THE BERGENS  Gibsons  The shadows behind Vancouver's time in the spotlight  It was the big time, eh? More exciting than the  Canucks winning two on the road, the BC Liberal  leadership convention, and the hunt for a new  Prime Minister combined.  Vancouver, BC was on the lips of the world  this Spring. Bill Clinton and Boris Yeltsin met  there to figure oul how to prop the latter up as he  threatens to huff and puff himself right off the  political stage.  "He is the first elected Russian President in  1,000 years," says Clinton, and so Yeltsin is. But he  seems no natural democrat nor economist and his  tempestuous approach to government bids fair to  render him, as one journal has already dubbed him,  'Boris the Brief.  And a major act of this world drama was staged  in Vancouver. It's almost as good as Expo '86 and  cost BC residents an awful lot less for the worldwide attention.  How do they go about picking the sites of these  meetings? Do they draw a line on the map of the  world and figure oul what's approximately  halfway from Moscow to Washington? That puts  Vancouver right up in the major leagues with  Reykavik, Iceland, where Reagan and Gorbachev  first met  Well, maybe not right up there with Reykavik.  Spassky and Fischer had their chess showdown in  the Icelandic capital more than 20 years ago, so  musings  john burnside  maybe Vancouver has some distance to go yet.  Bul it's progress, eh? The big boys were definitely playing in our backyard.  Take a moment to preen, folks. All of BC  should take some pride that the historic meeting  took place in the province's largest city. Just a  preening moment though, because this is serious  business this historic stuff.  We don't wanl to be caught posturing when the  music moves on, as move it most assuredly will  this turbulent year.  Clinton's rationale for his strong support of the  erratic Russian is not just that he set a Russian  precedent by getting elected. The President of the  United States knows well that fools and charlatans  get elected. He only has to look at his predecessors.  Apart from the picture of Boris the Bold standing on top of Russian tanks in the 1991 coup against  Gorbachev and defying them, which image got  Boris elected, there is the fact that the disintegrating Russia is still the world's second most powerful nuclear nation.  If the nascent democracy falls apart and some  Russian Saddam Hussein surges to power through  lhe chaos that would follow, Clinton and the rest of  us can forget about any peace dividend with the  end of the Cold War. We could all be back on the  edge of mutually assured nuclear destruction in no  time.  I personally doubt Boris is Bill Clinton's kind  of guy, but that's irrelevant. For die time being he  is all we have as President of Russia, and if he can  just be talked into easing up on his bullying and his  bluster long enough for Russia to have a chance to  pull itself together, all may yet be well.  It's a shame that President Clinton has to carry  President Yeltsin on his back, though. The poor  guy undoubtedly has burdens enough without having the temperamental Yeltsin to stabilise.  The savviest commentators on the American  scene are not dwelling on the euphoria of Clinton's  election, nor on the good beginning of getting past  Congress a budget plan which at least tries to  come to grips with the real world, nor are their  watchful eyes lulled to somnolence by the boldness  of Presidential initiatives in the area of health care  for Americans.  His dexterity and surefootedncss thus far are  admired, but the swamp of American politics lhat  awaits him has scarcely been entered.  Here is a brief quote from one of the finest contemporary political essays I have read. It is written '  by Gar Alperovitz, historian and political j  economist, president of the National Center for'  Economic Alternatives in the United States, and a  fellow of the Institute of Policy Studies. The essay  appeared in the November/December issue of'  Tikkun, a bi-monthly Jewish Critique of politics,  culture, and history. I recommend the magazine '  highly to the thoughtful reader. Hillary and Bill'  subscribe.  Alperovitz points Clinton to the warning  implicit in Gorbachev's downfall.  "Gorbachev's primary mistake was his failure '  to move aggressively and fast enough. He tempo-'  rized, hoping to muddle through without losing the '  support of those whose position he was inevitably '  undermining.  He also failed to take the political offensive '  against his enemies before they did it to him.  Given your (Clinton's) own well known proclivity .  for compromise, I suggest you ponder both his fate  and his mistakes very carefully." '  Clinton is surrounded by enemies every bit as '  intractable as those of Yeltsin. Boris could prove  one burden too many for this promising President  COAST^NEWS  Subtchpthn Here, for  tm Coatt Nam or lhe Waelieaden  Cesiacfa: I yaar ��� S3S ��� $2.45 CST ��� $37.45  6 months ��� S20.S1.40 CST-$2140  /oisaafK ! yaar ��� $40|NoCST)  Rag. No. 4702  The Sunshine Coast News as published on  the Sunshine Coast, 8.C. every Monday by  Clautoed rret, Ltd.  Qib%omOmc-S.7Ceuk*Lant  Boa 460, Cibsons, BC, VON 1V0  |604| 806-2622, Fax (6041 886-7725  Sochek data ��� JMI Cowrie St  Boa 68 Sachets, B.C., VON )AO  (604) 885-3930, Editorial (604) 885-3980,  Fax (604) 885-3954  PuUrane,  asatverlnsing  fla*wwefirafrv��s  OfrVo Manager  Office Staff  O����on��  Sechelt  PatTie*��  Bin Ror-ere. Sereane Cavrls-aaavtSarraajh,  Lean, Sham, OaytrJ M��a��  Sue Connor  Ruth Ftaneeter, Janice Edmonaa.  Eafrtaw  Aeponaan  Photogmprm  Production  Manasoer  Produa-fton  ChaKei Hart  Stuart Batrnatde, 0  Jane Seyd. Derek  Joel Johnatone  Cathy Mads  Beverley Shipley,  Andy Jukes,  Ann* ItacTtwlih,  Elinbe* .Simpson  i AWAKD-W1NNIHG  The Sunshine Coast New* ��� protected by copyright  and reproduction of any part of tt by any means K  prohibited unless permission in writing t. first secured  from Glassford Press Ltd., holder of the copyright.  _d_m Coast News, May 31, 1993  Armchair golf unmatched for peace  I have no real numbers on  this, but what they tell me is that  the best-selling sports videos in  the stores are Ihe ones on golf.  This strikes me as a bit of a surprise. I mean given the ratio of  golf courses to the whole of the  video-consuming public, and  die average number of would-be  players that can be accommodated by the average course, and  the average cost of it all in relationship to the average income  of the whole video-consuming  public, well then I think we  have to say lhat this is a surprising bit.  What I think is that the reason for ihe large viewing audiences for golf is that il has to be  one of the most soothing subjects for television around, out  mere with tropical fish flitting in  and out the coral reefs; giraffes  doing iheir slow motion gallop  over the old Serengetti plain;  country lasses making wicker  baskets, etc. Not soporiphic but  just plain soothing.  Golf on television is seen, by  an ordinary non-golfing observer, as it has never been seen  before; but it remains, despite  die efforts of producers to speed  it up by cutting about among the  players at different holes, essentially a long, ambling kind of a  walk over tricky but nicely landscaped ground; pausing now  and then to ponder the next shot,  giving die little ball a practised  and elegant swing, and then,  unhurriedly, moving on again.  Soothing, and it could be possible that ordinary cats like you or  I are buying these videos in  order to have them to put on  when we need two or three  hours of peace and quiet, but  feel we should have something  minimally going on.  The commentary with tele  vised golf is also appropriately  low key, in fact a good deal of it  is carried on almost sotto voce,  and some practically in a whisper. This of course, is so not to  break the concentration, but for  the unconcentrated type, treating all this as a personal kind of  therapy, it too can be a benison.  There are, though, expert  commentators dotted about the  courses and there are colour  commentators with them. The  experts judge the distances  between first-hit balls and the  greens, discuss the state of the  particular grasses in the rough in  the particular weathers, and  seem to know the roll of the  green while the champion, perhaps, is having to give this a lot  of deep thought. Regulation  expert stuff, and for anyone  actually figuring what to really  do aboul Bosnia, nothing that  need break the chain of thought.  The colour commentary is  also notably low key. Don't  mistake the fact lhat these people are stars. If you happen to  catch the end of one of these  tourneys and see the winner step  up for his prize he is likely to be  pocketing a cheque for something more than $200,000. This  he has won in three days, while  you may have been watching  and thinking that this musl be a  nice way to pass an afternoon.  They are also international stars  and a PGS tourney in Florida is  as apt as not to be won by someone from the UK or Australia or  Spain. There are now two brothers form the Fiji Islands often  on the PGA Leader Boards. Last  week the three ongoing competitions were all won by golfers  from New Zealand.  They are also stars from  across the generations, across,  in some cases, maybe two gen-  Mtdrs  in a nutshell  erations, and all of them still  playing regularly in widely  watched money competitions.  The point, of course, from  the colour commentator's point  of view, is why given all these  international stars whizzing  about weekly from one top hotel  lo another almost year 'round,  and given the fact lhat in many  cases we have known all about  their lives for something like 40  years, why is it a fact that no  touch of anything like scandal  has touched on the plus fours of  even one that I can think of.  Mind you I'm not trying to  rake up anything here. Leave it  as it is, I say. However you're  doing it, it adds to the peace  value of the package. Still, just  the same, you can wonder at the  PR skills which have contained  what would seem to be one of  the world's premier international wall-to-wall frisky opportunities.  Up until about 10 days ago  Ihere was another plus for the  therapeutic values of watching  golf on TV. This was that, try as  they will, the commentators  have been unable to come up  with the relentless statistics that  overrun us now if we want just  to watch an innocent game of  baseball. Stats., regardless of  how good is your computer, just  don't seem to work in much  wilh golf.  Ten days ago a commentator  was following a likely lass from  Band-aids and the  naked empress  |{���   I,in. ion in.1,; ?.ln 'hi i  In response lo Dania Matia-  tion's letter to the editor:  In researching my analysis of  the Women's Society's workshops, I contacted Bev Tanchak,  co-coordinator of the program. I  asked for material for an  overview of the series of workshops. The brochure she sent me  was entitled "Creative Living on  a Limited Income" and identified six workshops designed for  women living on a limited  income. "Inside Out" was the  first workshop in thai series, as I  reported.  Secondly, in order to  research the content of the  workshop, I asked if I could sit  in on the first one, which was  full. Bev suggested a time when  a break would be occurring and  I came to the workshop to face  an intense experience as no one  was expecting me.  In trying to get an overview  of issues, I requested copies of  lecture notes from facilitator  Pega Ren, who obligingly photocopied diem for me. Later that  day she told me I could not  quote her or use anything from  her notes except a few statistics.  I can only assume lhat isn't  enough research for Matiation.  Lei's look at the research I  undertook in writing the analysis, outside of the workshop  context. I spent an hour with  Stats Canada to identify how  many single-parent families  headed by women were on Ihe  Coasl. Then I tried to find Iheir  income range. Nexl, I spoke  with a financial aid worker with  the Ministry of Social Services  in order to get an accurate idea  of whal kind of income a single  parent receives. The intricacies  of the system are daunting.  Third, I contacted End Legislated Poverty in Vancouver for  current GAIN statistics, (they  are much faster in publishing  provincial statistics, than MSS);  it took three weeks to discover  through an endless series of  approvals by supervisors, how  many children are GAIN recipients on the Sunshine Coast.  Then I went back to Stats  Can for the provincial labour  force survey statistics re: unemployment levels, seasonally  adjusted and non-adjusted.  I stand by my research. If the  coordinators of the workshop  series want the press and the  public to have complete infor  mation on the series of workshops, they should make that  information available. If workshops are in development, that  should be noted.  One problem I have with the  workshops is the lack of follow-  up evaluation. How is the tax-  paying public going to know if  anyone benefits from "Inside  Out" assertiveness training, or  developing a personal support  network if there is no long-term  evaluation process?  Regarding "Inside Out', the  psychological foundations of  self-esteem are subject to a myriad of variables and to my  knowledge no study has suggested that a permanent  improvement in self-esteem can  be realized in an eight-hour  workshop. Short-term benefits?  Possibly. I fully support the  concept of community kitchens  and nutrition awareness, which  are practical solutions to low-  income living.  In my opinion, the majority  of the workshops included in the  information I received did not  address practical solutions to the  everyday problems faced by low  income women on the Coast.  Matiation carefully sidesteps  the issue of race in her commentary. She also fails to identify  her role as one of the facilitators  engaged to lead a workshop.  The empress is not wearing  band-aids, she is waked. Our tax  dollars are being woven into  ephemeral cloth and the Sunshine Coast Women's  Resources Society is not the  only organization weaving.  Knowledge is power only if you  have lhe resources to use it. We  know there is poverty on the  Coast, Ms. Matiation. What  power are you using to challenge it? Supermarket lours?  Light looks at fun foods?  ROXANNE GREGORY  Pender Harbour  What is women's  society about?  I feel compelled to say some  words in defence of Roxanne  Gregory's article in the May 17  Coast News "Workshop Fails  Women's Needs". I understand  that Roxanne has received a lot  of criticism over how she covered this event. But the day the  article appeared in the paper at  least three women phoned me to  say that it was "Right on". Most  of them had not attended the  workshop, it is true, but some  had, like me, had dealings with  the Women's Resource Society  that left them unconvinced that ,  it iVon'effective organization,. ��� ���'���'.', ���  In her letter defending the  workshops, nutritionist Dania  Matiation says that the workshops are open to ALL interested women on die Coast. Maybe  so, but the condition under  which the Women's Resources  Society got the grant to hold the  workshops was to do something  for "limited income" (in other  words "poor") women. How do  I know this? Because I attended  the Women's Resource Society  meeting the day after the article  came out. I asked why these  workshops were targeting low-  income women because I am  offended by the idea that low-  income women are presumed lo  be the only ones who have low  self-esteem or need budgeting  or menu-planning advice.  A few weeks back I watched  a Cable 11 panel discussion  about the workshops by various  members of the society. The  women were so mealy-mouthed  that, had I not already had some  idea of what the workshops  were about, I wouldn't have  understood what they were trying to say. The impression I was  left with after they'd finished  wishing and washing for half an  hour was that there was something shifty about them, that  they don't really know what it is  they are doing and that Ihey are  afraid to say anything definite in  case they offend someone and  don't get a grant nexl time.  I had to laugh then, when  Roxanne asked in her article  "Who benefits here? Coordinators hired to coordinate the program." I believe that the rank  and file of the Women's  Resource Society are probably  sincere and well-meaning, but  just what is it they are about?  They are getting money from  the ministry of women's equality. Women's equality equals  feminism in my mind and my  dictionary agrees. Yet when  about a year ago, I sent the society a letter asking diem if they'd  be willing to speak up on a  patently feminist issue I did not  even get a reply. This leads me  to believe that they found it too  flakey to contemplate (or at  least the person who read it and  maybe failed to pass it on to the  group did). Is feminism the F-  word to the powers-that-be in  this organization?  ANNE MILES  Gibsons  stuart nutter  Victoria, BC who was challenging for the lead in an LPGA  event. She had a brilliant smile  and flashed it at us even when  her ball rimmed Ihe cup on a  vital pull.  "The average person smiles  15 times a day" said the commentator. "Really", said his  colour, taking it perfectly seriously.  We can only hope that this is  not the thin edge of any producer's wedge. Just keep it rolling  fellows, all we need is the smell  of new mown grass.  and L^moni through a nt-ss satellite nlTm  in the Pcntler Harbour Health Centre.  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KAL  You'll like us, for more than our tires.  Suncoast Tire & Mechanical  5633 Wharf Rd., Sechelt 885-7927  MON - FRI 7am - 5pm ��� SAT 8am ��� Spm  Shop and compart.  Wa will moat any compatltlva prlca.  PERFORMANCE ��� AUTOMOTIVE  LIGHT & MEDIUM TRUCKS ��� OTR TIRES Coast News, May 31, 1993  .,  If*  CLUB  MED  Summer Dreams '93  SUN SI  CANCUN, MEXICO  packago* including air from $1,399  HUATULCO, MEXICO  package* including tur from $1,599  SONOHA BAY,  MEXICO  packages including air from $ 1,399  Your Escape Artists  Mle*aMSnMflMMM3SS3  SUNCOAST AOMNCIU  Travel tepaalmaist. Suavycrast Mai, Gateone  HHIH  Coast News Classifieds  GET RESULTS!  by George Cooper  Last May 17 was a special  afternoon at Langdale school  when pupils, patents and seniors  took part in activities to mark  Intergenerational Week. This  week was started in 1991 to  spotlight groups already active  in bringing lhe older generations  and the young together and to  promote new activities.  Mutual trust and growth  inlergenerationally demands  more and more recognition, does  il not?  Langdale's program was initialed by Johanna Rzepa, public  health nurse and a member of  the school's Health and Safety  Committee.  The circle being the motif for  the occasion, to represent the  links between young and old,  some of the traditional games,  unused if not forgotten by  today's children, were ingeniously marked off on the  ground in circle form.  Hop scotch, for instance, and  round ball. The circle moves of  tai chi performed by a group of  Featured Pub of tbe Week  IRVINES LANDING PUB  Come in and enjoy a leisurely lunch  or dinner in our pub overlooking Joe  Bay. The food is excellent with a  variety of dishes to choose from.  There is a different feature every  night with Prime Rib every Saturday  night at $12.95. Our Halibut and  Chips is another favorite, enjoyed by  many who visit us. We also have a  wine and beer store which is open  seven days a week for your  convenience.  Pub Hours: Open 7 days a week  Galley: 11 am-10 pm  [SltuatedHn Pender Harixnir. Call 883-1145.^ . *_��__*> n ���*������*���'" P���  Mastercard, Visa and Chevron accepted. Wtoe*Beer .Stoiw 7 days a week  .Marina Dock: dawn to dusk  FAMILY DINING  KH�� KKago - Surround yourself with  art, the aroma of superb coffees  and the tantalizing smells of our  gourmet cuisine and desserts.  Everything is made with care and  presented with panache and flair.  We're located in the heart of  Sechelt at #4-5689 Cowrie St. and  are open Monday-Saturday, 8:30  a.m.-5:30 p.m .885-8837.  Tht Boat Houm - Just a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  offering daily choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood bom the Wesl,  East and Gulf Coasts as well as a  variety of other specialties. Join us  after 5 pm for dinner or for our  spectacular Sunday Brunch, served  between 10:30 am and 2 pm.  Friendly service in a relaxed atnuv  sphere and fabulous meals are just  some of the reasons you'll keep  coming back. If you have an important rendezvous or a ferry to catch,  please let us know and we'll make  the necessary accommodations. For  reservations call 921-8188. All  major credit cards accepted.  Hild-A-Wiy Restaurant - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Cibsons Motor Inn on Hwy.  101 at Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add lo your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30am ��� 2pm, closed  from 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-9pm., Saturdays k Sundays 7am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar. with a large  selection of hoi and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday k  Saturday night 2 for 1 dinner special 5pm-10pm. Reservations 886-  4501. 50 seats plus banquet room.  rfWaJcaa Family RMtaurant Located in  Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Cibsons.  Family Dining with Special Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are sleaks and  burgers, homemade soups, pies  and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon  request. Licensed ate air conditioned.Winter Hours: Open Sun -  Thurs, 11 am - 9 pm. Fri It Sat 11  am-10 pm. 886-2993  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Tht Whirl - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view and  sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its besl.  Sunday Bninch from 8 am - 2 pm.  Fully licensed and air conditioned.  Dinner reservations recommended.  Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  BREAKFAST & LUNCH  Ol Dutch PanntkOsrk Houm - Enjoy  Breakfast or Lunch outdoors  among the trees and flowers on our  new patio. We're serving Breakfast  and Lunch all day long, from 6 am  Mon-Fri and 7 am weekends. But  Breakfast at De Dutch isn't jusl limited to the North American traditional bacon & eggs (although that's  here too!). We've gol Dutch style  pancakes (Pannekoeks), French  toast, Dutch toast... and creative  lunch ideas too! Great tasting fresh  ground coffee and fresh home baking! Visit De Dutch Pannekoek  House today and we're sure you'U  keep coming back. Find us on Hwy.  101 (Sunshine Coast Hwy.) across  from Ihe Sunnycrest Mall in the  Cedars Inn complex. 886-9090. Visa  k MasterCard accepted.  BKktsWy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Open 7 days a week. Pub open  noon - closing. Kitchen hours:  Noon - 8:00 pm.  Irvinti Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for two, $30. We're now open 7  days a week: Galley 11 am to 10  pm; Pub 11 am to 11 pm. Pender  Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard sk  Visa. Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Andy's Rtttaurant - Lunch and dinner specials every day. House specialties include prime rib, veal  dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta, Thai  food and lots of new gourmet dishes. Don't miss Andy's great lunch  buffet Mon-Fri and our popular  Sunday brunch, 11 am - 2:30 pm.  Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open  7 days a week.  Blui Htron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Observe lhe tranquil  ducks and geese or dine by moonlight with ��� candle al your tabic.  Our deck is now open for lhe summer season. Live classical guitar  nightly. To savor this superb dining  experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday. Lunch  11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm. 885-3847.  CImi Phlllppt RMtaurant al Bonniebrook Lodge. Enjoy a delicious  dinner in the quiet country elegance  of our dining room. We have an  extensive wine list and friendly professional service. Located at Ihe  waterfront, foot of Cower Pt. Rd.  Reservations recommended: 886-  2188. Open from 530 7 days a week  CrMk House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, steaks and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open from 6 pm. Thurs. through  Sun. Visa <V Mastercard. 40 seals.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Cibsons Landing.  Savour the delights of fresh seafood  from around the world. Our extensive Dinner Menu includes fresh  seafood in our soup, salad, hoi or  cold appetizers, main courses and  pastas Other entrees include sleak.  veal, chicken and lamb. Caesar  salad for Iwo and flamW desserts  are prepared al your tableside. Our  lunch menu contains sandwiches  and burgers. OPEN 7 DAYS A  WEEK Lunch hours: 11:30 - 2:30.  Dinner hours: 4:30 - 9 JO. Visa and  Mastercard. Reservations recommended. 886-3891.  PatjWaM ��� On Tha Baaeh - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by ir sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8 am-2:30 pm. Dinner  Reservations Recommended. In the  heart of Sechelt at the Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKEOUT  Em* �� Gwn'i DrlVa kl - Take oul, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks,  ice cream. Free home delivery  within 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on  $10 minimum orders. Small charge  for orders under $10. Hwy. 101.  Gibsons. 886-7813.  0(1  Young and old  celebrate  Intergenerational Day at  Langdale  .School May  17.  pholo submitted  seniors fitted in perfectly with  the motif. And the rhythmic revolutions of the skipping rope led  the children to quickly learn a  new chant or song to accompany  thc hop and jump of the performer.  At story time, Margaret Jones  stirred the imaginations of the  youngsters as she told an A.A.  Milne story, The King's Breakfast, and one of her own Bonnie  Ballads, School Road Blues.  Barbara Corbett added to the  nborts crook  skippers repertoire of songs with  one she recalled from her own  childhood and new lo the Langdale pupils.  Many lhanks are due thc  senior women, "all but one over  65" for Iheir group demonstration of the tai chi moves. Later  the pupils joined the seniors in  moves using streamers on slicks,  streamers that thc pupils had  made themselves beforehand.  The school newsletter offers  special thanks to the following:  Johanna Rzepa and Anne Duffy  of the public health unit; Margaret Jones and Barbara Corbett;  parents Margaret Zavaglio, Lee  Croy, Art Phillips, Kathy Love,  Ellen Blake and Kathy Benlall.  Maureen Ashficld of thc BC  Council for thc Family which  provides a province-wide forum  in communication between generations, has a kit of ideas for  intergenerational activities to  help any group gel started. Telephone: 1-800-5638, Tuesdays.  by Beverley Shipley  The SCRD is now in the process of reviewing a study  recently released by the Environmental Impact Assessment  regarding the expansion of the  Sunshine Coast Golf Course in  Roberts Creek. The proposed  expansion would include 33.6  hectares (93 acres), 2.9 hectares  coming from the park, 8.3 from  Mac Bio and 22.4 from crown  land, of which half would be  cleared for fairways, trees,  greens, parking, and the rest left  natural. This is lo include buffer  zones along the very sensitive  creeks including Clack, Roberls  and Stephens. Plans would  include culverts, buffer zones  and irrigation and retention  ponds to minimize flooding;  pesticide and fertilizer pollution  would be controlled but not  eliminated.  ���BRflZILMttKTRflDES  Exclusive Imported Gifts  FOR YOUR GRADUATE...  That special gift they  will treasure for a lifetime!  featuring agate bookendi,  fMriing liver jewelery, ihundw rocks,  assorted crystals & figurines  "Exotic materiab - qualify aafstmamhip"  5716 Teredo St, Sechelt  Mon.-Sat. 885-5178  School news  Cheers to Roberts Creek students who last week won close  lo 200 ribbons in the school districl track meet.  First place ribbons were won  in most of thc relay events and  some teams took both first and  second place. These athletes  should be proud of their accomplishments and these wins also  prove that competition is fun  and rewarding.  Parents arc again reminded  that il is very dangerous lo pass  the school bus when thc red  lights are flashing. The school is  having a serious problem in its  driveway when the kindergarten  bus is loading as some parents  are driving right by thc bus even  when the lights arc flashing and  the slop sign is out. This is  extremely dangerous to students  and must slop.  Creek Daze meeting  An organizational meeting  for Creek Daze is being held  Wednesday, June 2 at 7:30 pm  at the hall. Volunteers are needed for lots of activities including  the parade, parking, the dance,  games and general help.  The Daze is going lo be Saturday, Aug. 21 with a dance lhat  night. Also the previous Friday  night there is going lo be a  potluck dinner and baseball  game at Cliff Gilker Park.  Library news  A large variety of gardening  books are now available at Ihe  library. New fiction books arc:  A Soldier of the Great War by  Mark Helpria; Daughters of thc  House by Michelc Roberts; For  Love by Sue Miller; and Green  Grass, Running Water by  Thomas King. Two new mystery novels are Elliott Roosevelt's A First Class Murder  and Leslie Watts' The Choco-  Good Variety  of  bikers mix  all natural  nuts & snack  All nalwal lonning products/ SPF 332 A watetptool  ���Pope Iree ��� JOsoi Products, ��� Hawaii Brown Sun Milk*  VARIETY Ii ; f, FOODS  SEPTIC  SYSTEM  This Information Series Presented by:  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES LTD.  Septic Tank Pumping Seivices serving Gibsons,  Sechelt, Pender Harbour areas.  CALL ANYTIME  884-7064 (collect)  Creek Daze has traditionally  been a ripping good time.  late Box. Renewals and new  registrations are welcome.  Library hours arc Tuesday 5 to 9  pm, Thursday, 3 to 7 pm and  Saturday 10 am lo 2 pm.  Community photo  Those who ordered copies of  thc community photograph can  pick them up al Ihe store before  June 1.  Scout News  Thc Roberts Creek Cub Pack  was officially invested on May  3. John Bennie, Michael and  Liam Harty, Christopher Walker  and Julicn Brail-Walker arc thc  five eager members who are  really keen to begin their Black  Star. Recently lhe scouts conducted a cleanup of the Roberts  Creek community. If your son  would like to become a member  of Ihe Scouts, call Katharine  Trueman al 885-2282 so he can  be placed on thc waiting list for  September.  gibsons lions club  by Agnes Labonte  The Mothers' Day Pancake  Breakfast was successful in  raising $217 for the Makc-A-  Wish Foundalion of BC.  Donation and sale of Wish  Pins on the previous weekend  added $ 175 to the amount to be  turned over lo thc Foundation.  Special lhanks lo the Sunnycrest Mall Management and It  Ihe IGA management and staf  al Gihsons Mall for allowing u  lo set up booths and to thc pub  lie for their support.  More information abou  Make-A-Wish Foundation i:  available from Frank Salconi a  886-4976 or Cliff Moss at 886  9968 (evenings).  The Club is sponsoring Iwc  camperships for handicappec  children lo attend Camp  Squamish.  Funds for Ihis are from the*]  Lions TV Bingo. Again, com-)  munily support allows us to dot  this. ;  The Gibsons Lions Foot!  Wagon has been renovated and]  passed health inspection. "  This concession will be seen  at many events such as ball  tournaments throughout thc  summer.  Additional information is  available from Greg Collins at,  886-8633. Coast News, May 31, 1993  community  Just one more mum: Plates of yummles soon vanished  during Gibsons Landing Heritage Tea, May 22, held in  appreciation of early settlers. Derek McNaughton photo  davit bay news  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  Wasn't that a glorious holiday weekend? I'm sure the  peninsula was ready to sink with  all Ihe visitors escaping from the  big city.  The beaches in Davis Bay  were packed and especially on  Sunday when the annual kite fly  attracted hundreds of people,  complete with picnic lunches.  The weather really cooperated  by producing gusly winds which  really showed off the kites to  their full advantage. Whiffs of  barbecued steaks, etc. wafted  through the neighbourhood all  day and into the evening - a  surefire sign of summer.  Choristers  The Sunshine Choristers 20th  anniversary concert was a fun  evening filled with music and  comedy provided by the choir as  well as guest artists. Conducted  by musical director Joan Scales,  the choristers sang every selection with such gusto that the  audience was picked up and carried along with their obvious  enthusiasm. Accolades were  heard after the performance that  some thought il was the best  concert the choristers have put  on to date.  Kirkland Centre  There's an exciting venture  being undertaken at Kirkland  Centre, the adult daycare facility  in Davis Bay. Every Thursday  Ihere is a men's woodworking  class being held under the tutelage of Gianni Pisanu, a univer  sity summer student. Currently,  there are five men taking part  but it is growing every week as  most men love to make things  with their hands. Their first  effort is spice racks and napkin  holders along with compost  boxes and these items are sold at  their bazaars in order to help  finance their programs.  However, they are in need of  small hand tools such as hammers, saws, etc. as well as paint  brushes, paint and scraps of  lumber. This is a good time to  clean out those half full paint  cans, the extra hammer or saw  and bits of lumber that can be  used fir these small projects.  The centre is hopeful some of  thc local sawmills will donate  suitable lumber for the compost  boxes. If you can help call Sally  al 885-1934.  St. Mary's Auxiliary  St. Mary's Hospital auxiliary  bridge will run all summer, holidays included at St. Hilda's hall.  Last Monday there were eight  tables of bridge players who  turned out, holiday or not - old  bridge players never die, they  just keep trumping along.  Congratulations to Bob Metcalf who officially retires today  after 40 years with ICG  Propane. Now you have time to  play with all your 'toys', Bob.  No more going out into the win-  tery night to start some little old  gal's furnace.  Smile Kay, it takes lime lo  I get used to it. Join the club.  socholt scenario  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7365  It's Ihe lasl day of the merry month of  May. Thc weather has turned the corner to  hot sunny days and warm rainy soakings. My  weeds arc doing phenomenally well and thc  produce not yet discovered by thc deer,  slugs, cut worms and starlings is growing  too. Tourist season is upon us and it's that  time again to avoid ferry travel from Friday  to Monday inclusive if at all possible. The  vehicle lineup on the long weekend was all  lhe way back to Chamberlain Road on Monday afternoon.  What a way to spend the last day of the  three day holiday - sitting for hours in a hoi  car wilh no amenities whatsoever onNtirifi'  Road that arc easily accessible.  Restless hot children, tired sweaty parents, people sleeping uneasily in their vehicles, bodies stretched out on thc road edges;  it looked like a refugee scene in a disaster  movie.  Of sickness and BC Ferries  I hope anyone who musl take Ihe ferry for  medical reasons is aware of the new provincial government plan to cut travel costs for  patients. BC Ferries will pay all ferry costs  for Medical Services Plan users travelling on  a doctor's referral, including a vehicle and  one escort when necessary.  Air BC is offering a 30 percent discount  off regular economy fares for patients and  their escorts. BC Rail is offering 50 percent  fare reductions to MSP users travelling on a  doctor's referral. Your doctor's office will  pfoba^ty Wave Ihe necessary form to present  at the ferry.  Arts rental  Everyone is welcome to come and view  the entire art rental collection at the Arts  Centre on Tuesday, June 1 from 2 to 6 pm.  The centre is especially featuring the beautiful watercolours of Lyall Nanson Ihis month.  Some of his work will be for sale as well.  The Arts Centre is also displaying to June  20, the work of sculptor Kay Bonathan. The  Arts Centre is located at Trail and Medusa in  Sechelt and is open 11 am to 4 pm Wednesday to Saturday.  Community picnic  Next Sunday, June 6, there will be a community picnic on the waterfront beside the  proposed Trail Bay Park in Sechelt from  noon to 4 pm. For information call 885-2339.  '"'"   Do iv-ntown revitalisation ��� ' tdt  The be aiitificatinn profecT on' Cowrie  Street is n arly complete. Removal of all Ihe  overhead wires and the wider sidewalks with  the pole lighting is attractive. Hopefully the  flowering trees will be replaced.  HOME DELIVERY 886-4*2*4*1  ATTENTION HERB LOVERSI  Open House at the  Crow Road Herb Farm  Hundreds of plants for sale, refreshments, information  Saturday and Sunday, June 5&6,10a.m. to 3p.m.  1189 Crow Road, Robeits Creek  Randies Fresh Herbs- certified organic  8S6-9324  Lord Jim's  Resort  Ole's Cove Rd, just north of Secret Cove on Hwy, 101  SUNDAYS - SPECIAL BRUNCH MENU  Open Fridays, 6-9PM  Sat&Sun8 2PM,6-9PM  Reservations Requested 885-7038  Notice of  Annual General Meeting  of tbe  Sunshine Coast Senior  Citizens Housing Society  TUESDAY,JUNE22,1993  5 p.m. IN GaREENECOURT HAII  Ocean Ave. & Medusa St.,  Sechelt, B.C.  YOU'RE THE WINNER WHEN YOU CHOOSE  COAST NEWS & WEEKENDER CLASSIFIEDS  885-3930 or 886-2622  FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE  golden lifelines  by Joyce Ostry  Again, Jean Sherlock is planning the Over 80's tea scheduled for 1:30 pm on Tuesday,  I June IS. Jean invites all senior  members lo this traditional  event. I've found this gathering  to be a very pleasant time and it  gives one the opportunity to  visit with friends.  Garage sale  This is Ihe lime of year when  many people clean oul the storage buildings and garage. Hang  on to the stuff and bring it to the  hall for the garage sale July 17.  Don't forget the lea dance  scheduled for June 6 al 2:30 pm.  Again, I apologize for the  absent column and tank you for  your patience. The medical people arc sorting oul Ihe treatmcnl  for additional problems.  My last column I began a  series on lechnical assistance  aids for the disabled. Vast  amounts of rehabilitation dollars  are spent in this province in  rehabilitation centres where  people who are newly disabled  spend a brighl time immediately  after the onset of their disabling  condition.  This is a necessary stage to  assist the person in lhe critical  stages of adjusting lo life wilh a  disability.  Tbe system of  providing assistive  devices to people  who require them is  far form ideal  Independence...  However, after this brief  period of institutionalization,  many people return to their  communily lo begin a more or  less independent life.  It is here, in iheir own  homes or at work, that people  come to realize the delails or  idiosyncracies of their disability, and to identify simple  devices lhal could help.  The resources of trie rehabili-  We're out to meet youi  Meet with JOHN CAWKER on  Tuesday, June 8,1993  To .arrange an appointment, call 666-7703  A Federal Business  Development Bank  representative will  be paying your  community a visit in  the next few days. Call  *  today and arrange an  appointment lo discuss  '     financing and management services,  (counselling,  planning and training).  COMMITTED TO YOUR SUCCESS  La Banque offre ses  services dans les deux  Ungues ofHcielles.  Fad.,.I butma.a       Banqua laa.,.1.    ^^^  Oav.lopm.nl Bank    d. d.,,ia>pp��manifaj"a*aj ..,,,.,,Ha   I  Coast News Classifieds  GET RESULTS!  lation cenlre would be an ideal  resource, bul they are very difficult to assess after a person has  been discharged and, as a result,  post rehabilitation needs go  unmet.  The system of providing  assistive devices to people who  require them is, unfortunately,  far form ideal.  The resources of rehabilitation centres are not always  available and the cost of developing new products through  conventional channels would be  prohibitive.  To fill this gap TETRA seeks  engineers, tradesmen and other  technically competent people  who feel they have something to  offer. There are a wide variety  of professionals and hobbyists  who have both thc ability and  desire to be effective volunteers  for a program such as TAR  Stay tuned  Additional columns will deal  with how clients are referred,  who are eligible clients and  what types of projects arc  undertaken.  G  Brenda's  Cuts'n'Curls  Everyday .Low Prices  For Seniors  ��� Perms $45  includes cut, roller set  or curling iron  ��� Shampoo  & Set $12  ��� Cuts $10  M**+ & 71*U*  ' ..MllflA.  CTt^f^i  safari \rlals ���. It, st.li  rs. ( oistnui l),",ii,n  N <, DAYS l\  U  886-4805  ���E&e Corporation of tfre  gtjjtgtt of ��>f tl)f U  P.O. Box 129, .5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechell. B.C. VON 3A0 Telephone (604) 685-1966 Fax: (604) 885-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Citizens Interested  In Recreation  Any citizen of Sechelt who might be  interested in sitting as a member of the  Sunshine Coast Recreation Commission on  behalf of the District of Sechelt is asked to  call our offices and leave their name and  phone number with the Receptionist.  There is no remuneration for being a  "Recreation Commissioner, however you  will be contributing to the community and to  recreation opportunities on the Coast. Other  Commissioners will represent Gibsons, and  the Regional District. It you are willing to  make a commitment to this most worthwhile  Board, please let us know.  Upcoming Meetings  June 2nd ���   7:30 pm   Regular Council  June 8th-  10:00 am   Public Works  11:00 am   Parks, Recreation  / Arena  1:30 pm   Finance  June 15th -10:00 am   Planning  June 16th- 7:30 pm   Regular Council  Please note that all meetings now take  place at the Sechelt Municipal Hall on  Inlet Avenue.  Mayor's  Hotline  885-5360  Employment Opportunity  District of Sechelt  Assistant Building Inspector  The Municipality requires an Assistant  Building Inspector to work with and report  to our Building and Plumbing Inspector.  The increase in construction, coupled with  the more stringent requirements of the  amended Building Code, have increased  our workload.  The ideal candidate will have recently  passed or have substantially completed  the B.C. Level I Certification and have  experience in the construction trades with  appropriate qualifying certificates or two  years experience in Municipal building  inspection. A valid B.C. Driver's License is  required.  This is a full-time Union position with a 35-  hour work week. An attractive  remuneration and comprehensive benefit  package Is available.  Applications should be submitted by  4:00 pm, on Friday, June 4,1993 to:  Mr. Art Lew, Administrator  District of Sechelt  P.O. Box 129  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  Fax No. 885-9751  Do Your Part  Put yukkies in their place! community  '     ('a-IIStlltrtlOM   Sltt'S  Spt-c 1,11 Events  Outclooi Picnics  VWrtcln.us etc  Maffajaaj flfjaUHi &&_\ If  Also Septic  T.ink Piimninci  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064      I  Cadets in review  Sunday alternoon at the  Sechelt Legion.  Joel Johnstone photo  Tlte Sumhlne Coast Mink Society  Presents  WEST,  SIDE k  STORY  conductor: IMVttNON  director: any MAMMAM  choreographer: KAMM ���OOfNI  m Inert Oy ltmaf, luring t.C July i, 8,3,6,7,8.9, "t- 7tJ��p�� '. ��� -��� md  Tickets $11 general admission / $11 members, seniots, children undo twtfrt  Tickets available from Sayward Bocks, Gibsons / Talewind Itooks, Sechell  Reflections Hair Studio, Madeira Parte ot lo pre-order tickets phone Mt-7711  lMdr>iia-ttl*>>' ot :f ��.'-.< IOWMS * f.��� . ���**, -flll.1 IAUVNTS ��� Mat r*. IfOMADD KRlslStE N  Lynn Or SrtPKN SQtCHCIM ��� E ��'�� 0-t��*ra�� Itoc&tlOn Oectrd ��� .1 Q_-~~t0~- c*r)���ll3Mt **.>��}BNS  a*+^toX_JCK-_n&llKto*&t*-<*rt.  G-itlri#'*dHa)rOdS fcUr*/ OV **r��iajenf>*t *.�����*>  At  Co^s? Cadets given taste of military life  /hi Panama Canai  and Niw Ori iansJa//  '/Pt-tul new for '94! Cruise IZ days between  *-**\y Acapulco and America's good-time capital  of New Orleans, plus a 3 day post-cruise NEW  ORLEANS LAND PACKAGE for a TOTAL 15-DAY  DREAM VACATION. A traditional Crescent City  jazz hand sets the mood as you visit Costa Rica.  Grand Cayman and Ocho Rios, Jamaica- and daylight transit  of ihe Panama Canal!  INCLUDED:  *FREE AIR from Vancouver  *$7S USD per person shipboard credit  *A hosted Cocktail Party on board  *One bottle of wine perstate room  ''Canadian dollars al par  Book Now and Save!  �� Royal Cruise Line  Departure Due:  February 18,1994  Depanurt from:  Acapulco  Cruise Sight  Presentation  June 2,6:50 pm  at tbe  Drift wood Im  jCHUISEj  ~^r^_^MUDJIYSi  5517 Wharf St., Sechelt B.C.  885-8964 or toll free 1-979-8584  By Kyla McDonald  The military is part of Ihe lives of many  individuals and although times continue to  change, a large number of young people are  interested in becoming involved in an armylike experience.  For the local youth interested in such  activities an army cadcl corps docs exists on  thc Sunshine Coast. "It's something I really  enjoy," says Cadet member Corporal Daniel  Hawkes. "(('adds is) somewhere where I am  given some responsibility."  This group currently has 39 members  between the ages of 12 and 18 who learn  military skills such as marching, target  shooting, and hush exercises,  Thc Sechelt Cadets meet Tuesday nights  from September to June 30, during this time  community services  the individuals arc expected lo leam leadership, citizenship and get a tasle of military  life.  As part of iheir (raining, once a month the  Sechcil Cadets venture oul on a rigorous  weekend camping adventure where ihey  learn endurance and physical training skills.  Al the end of each year of training Cadets  all across BC musl present their corps lo  family, friends, the communily, as well as  staff members from the regional district  headquarters in Iheir annual inspection presentation.  The Sechelt Cadets performed their annual inspection Sunday, demonstrating their  comprehension of marching, first aid, various hand signals and hush activities. "I've  learned a lot of people skills and practical  skills in lhe three months I've been a Cadet," 1  said Russel Eycstone.  There arc four levels of training in  Cadets, and thc highest ranking Cadet thc 1  Sechcil corps is Master Warrant Officer Phil ,  Finlayson. 1  Finlayson has been involved in thc Cadets ,  for six years and will be entering lhe  reserves in lhe coming year. "I feel that 1  cadcls is important, il helps develop confidence and leadership in today's youth," says :  Finlayson.  Finlayson also said that he is pleased with ���  lhe current corps and feels that Ihey present- 1  ed themselves well on Sunday. 3  "I'll continue to help oul with the Catlets 1  as much as I can, it's something 1 really  believe in."  by Dianne Evans  June is Communily Services  month; the annual general meeting will be held on Ihe evening  of June lo, (details next week;},,,,  and all the programs linger me,,  society's umbrella are taking  time lo review Ihe pasl year and  look forward lo the nexl.  Transition House  One of the front-line programs offering alternatives to  violence is Transition House, a  shelter for battered women and  Iheir children. Transition House  also provides Ihe only crisis line  on lhe Sunshine Coasl. During  the past year, 74 families,  including 77 children, stayed at  Ihe house for periods of up to  one month; on the Crisis Line,  477 calls were received.  During the year the staff and  management of Transition  House underwent a full review  of the service. This resulted in  many recommendations for  change; most are feasible and  arc now being implemented;  more funding is needed in order  to incorporate thc rest, and is  being pursued.  Prevention programs  .,. Providing shelter for haltered  , women and their children helps  deal wilh thc emergency; other pro-       grams offered hy  Transition House  are aimed at prevention of violence and  the situations leading to violence.  Towards Prevention is a high school  based     program,       funded hy the Ministry of Women's Equality.  Through role plays, video and  informal information sharing,  the students are able to look at  Iheir own views of healthy relationships and abuse, and arc  given some tools for lhe future.  All thc secondary students on  Ihe Coast have been reached hy  Ihis program, which will end in  June.  Transition  House provides  tbe only crisis  line on tbe  Sunshine Coast  The Women's Room is a  library of self-help and clinical  information books, periodicals  and videos. The library is bused:  at Commupjly Services and is  available to any service or agency on the Coasl        wilh    a    current  membership. Funded hy the Ministry  of Women's Equality for one-time  start-up costs, lhe  library is run by  volunteer librarians. Nancy Baker,       from the Volunteer  and   Information  Service (also located al Communily Services) has been instrumental in recruiting and helping  with Ihe volunteers.  The future  There are several areas where  change is needed. Staffing  requirements arc high on thc  list, wilh a need for more relief  and 24-hour staff. Thc work al  Transition House is very stress-  SUNTEK  OEC-K-ING  PERMA RAIL  CMHC APPROVED  VINYL DECKING ��� OVER 15 ��� .Aluminum/Glass  .    _   . RAILING DESIGNS  5un Decks  ��� Garage Decks  RoofDecks  Wood/Glass  Privacy Panel  Competitive Rates  Installed by Trained Professionals  UV Protected  No Stretching or Shrinking  Reinforced Vinyl  No Fading  cdi coiieci 886-8123 or 1-800-565-4366  The Fc&lival Concert Series  WITH   ���   _t*j  FESTIVAL PLAYERS CANADA  Sunday, June 13 at 2:00 pm in the  Festival Pavilion at Rockwood Centre  under  Concert Master Arthur Poison  FOR  TICKETS  OR  MORE   INFO  The Festival Box Office at Rockwood  Telephone 885-9631 or Fax 885-3967  fill; without sufficient relief  employees can burn out, or the  house can undergo a high  turnover of quality Wflfaf.l The ,  IK.' anil Yukon Avociiiiion lor  Transition Houses is now lobby.  ing for universal 24-hour paid  staffing and on increasing the  wages of workers to more accurately reflect their skiils and  education. _  Security must be improved i  and lhe possibility of a change  in location is being investigated, n  As society becomes more will- i  ing lo express ils disapproval of  family violence, ii is expected  lhat lhe need for the service will  increase. J_  Bank of Montreal  A lale addition to thc column  Ihis week is the announcement >  hy thc Bank of Montreal that il  will contribute $4,000 towards  the Communily Services Build-,_  ing Purchase Project. Thanks go  to thc hank for its support of and __  confidence in Community Scr-,_,  vices.  '1  Community-  picnic !  planned at '  Trail Bay     "  hy Cat Chamberlin  There will he a communily.  picnic on Sunday, June 6 on!  Sechell Boulevard from noon lo  4 pm. .  Thc picnic will celebrate our  coastal community and has  heen advertised hy Environ- ,  men! Canada as part of BC's  events for Environment Week.  We will have an environment':  tabic representing many groups ��_  from Ihe Sargcnl Bay Society ''  and salmon enhancement lo Ihe  more global David Suzuki "  Foundation.  There will be music and  entertainment by local musi- "  cians and storytellers, wilh an q  emphasis on natural and human ,  heritage. li  Speakers will include MP '!  Ray Skelly and Gilbert Joe of "  the Sechelt Indian Band. '  A new project lhal we are ,;  undertaking is a book on the 'j  heritage of Trail Bay and the 1  Sechell Boulevard, for which '  we would appreciate input in '  thc way of memories, stories '  and photos. " Coast News, May 31, 1993  community  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  The teachers, parents and students did a wonderful job of  presenting their first spring carnival at Halfmoon Bay elementary last week.  The whole school had a real  carnival feeling with every  classroom as well as the gymn  having something different to  offer.  There was a cake walk which  proved to be a popular event; a  haunted house and even a fortune teller.  Visitors could buy baked  goods, plants and some interesting white elephant stuff. There  was a silent auction, all of  which were items donated by  community minded business  people as well as artists and  craftspeople.  It says a lot for the staff who  cooperate so well and give extra  time to help put on such an  event.  Happily, it was well attended, so there was lots of public  support, all of whom agreed lhat  it was a very good effort, the  purpose of which was to raise  funds for activities such as field  trips, etc.  Country fair  Several people have called  requesting information about  this year's Halfmoon Bay Country Fair at Cooper's Green. The  dates are July 9, 10 and 11, so  be sure to mark your calendar  and invite all your friends to  join you for all the fun of the  fair.  The theme for this one is  western, so we should see lots  of blue jeans, riding boots and  cowboy hats. You could resurrect your square dance frilly  stuff and practice up on the old  Texas Two-step.  For those who would like to  *lmF-  >  Halfmoon Bay Elementary School students fish for goodies at  their Spring Carnival May 20. Ruth Forrester photo  rent sales space call Bunty  Pinkerton at 885-5373 but don't  wait much longer or you might  be too late. Lois of helping  hands will be needed for all  sorts of interesting and fun  tasks, so if you are willing to  lend a hand call Harry Johnson  at 885-5740.  This fair gels bigger and better every year, thanks to the  same group who start planning  months ahead to ensure that  everything and everyone is  included and that there is something for people of all ages to  enjoy.  Welcome Beach  By now members of te Welcome Beach Community Association will have received notification of teh annual general  meeiing on Wednesday, June 9.  There will be a social hour  when snacks will be served, so  you are invited to come along at  7 pm lo enjoy meeting with fellow members and discuss ideas  for what you would like your  community association to  accomplish Ihis coming year.  Election of officers will be  held for 1993/94. Make sure that  your membership is paid up  prior to the meeting so that you  will be able to vote. These will  be available at the hall before  the meeting.  Happy birthday  We hear tell that a well  known long time Redrooffs resident will shortly be celebrating  his 90th birthday on June 12 to  be precise.  Ed Edmunds has been a resident here since Ihe 1940's, and  has so many grandchildren that  he admits to having lost count of  them.  For those of you who don't  know Ed, he has the beautiful  colourful garden just across the  road from McMillan Road  which is always a joy to behold.  No doubt the family will be  having some kind of celebration  for this special occasion but I  know that the rest of us would  like to join in wishing this fine  man a very happy birthday.  by Maureen Parrott  A big welcome to the new owners of  Ruby Lake Restaurant. The Cogrossi family  is hard at work refurbishing the "jewel of thc  Sunshine Coast" assisted by Mary Chcmolli  and Sara Bernardini.  This Italian-Canadian family will bring a  taste of Milan to our neighbourhood. They  also predict lhal even the swans, geese, and  ducks will enjoy gourmet leftovers and that  gardening efforts will respect any aboriginal  land claims by the local beavers.  Dave and Terri Craig and iheir daughters  moved from Ruby Lake to near the head of  Pender Harbour.  Egmont Lions pulled out all the stops on  Saturday. The seafood was done to a turn,  the tables groaned wilh salads, side dishes  and Ella Cummings' famous corn fritters.  Betty Silvey and other Lions cooked up a  storm getting ready for the big "do".  Iris Sayers visited Egmont over the long  weekend. We hope she will soon be home to  stay. Get well quickly, Iris.  Soccer fans and potential players take  note: Coach Peter Kenny will give tips and  organize games right here in downtown  Egmont.  Assemble in Ihe school ground Wednesday evenings al 6 starting June 9. Children  and adults are all invited. What a wonderful  way to spend a summer evening.  Summer Fun is looking for rope, paint  and lumber.  Any size pieces will do - the kids can use  them lo build eveiylhing from a play aeroplane to a yurt. Poes anyone have a source  of fine, clean sand, or ideas for a  sandbox/play house which will occupy the  little ones safely? We're also looking for  newsprint, chicken wire, steering wheels and  a parachute. If you have something we might  use, call Pat or Ron at 883-9415.  Watch this space next week for the  Egmont Day event schedule.  Professional women  sponsoring bursaries  Two $500 bursaries are going lo be awarded this year by the Sunshine Coast Business and Professional Women's Club.  Thc members mel May 18 at Ihe Cafe Pierrot and decided that  their fundraising efforts would again go towards supporting mature  students upgrading their education or re-entering the workforce.  Plans were also made for members to attend Ihe upcoming  Provincial Conference which will be held in Gibsons May 28-30.  Topics as wide ranging as breast cancer research and the Learning  for Living curriculum in schools were enthusiastically discussed at  the meeting and the club's two delegates, Ruth Moore and Frieda  Fawkes, will have lots of food for thought when voting on approximately 20 resolutions to be presented at the conference.  Plans were also made to travel lo Tzoonie Adventures Narrow  Inlet Wilderness Camp for a salmon barbecue and nature cruise June  27. Guests are welcome - for more information about the club and its  activities can contact presidenl Rulh Moore at 885-2432.  harbour watch  Garage Sale  The Madeira Park school  grade 5 class is having a penny  carnival and garage sale, Saturday, June 5 from 10 am to 2 pm  in Ihe school gym.  This is a fundraiser for the  class trip to North Vancouver  Outdoor School.  We are also looking for any  donations you can contribute lo  our garage sale. For further  information call Sue at 883-  2314 or Debbie at 883-2666.  Please, come and support our  community's kids.  May Day thanks  The Pender Harbour May  Day Committee would like to  thank all the businesses, groups,  organizations, individuals and  volunteers that participated and  helped make this May Day the  best ever.  Columnist sought  The Coast News is looking  for a Pender Harbour correspondent.  If you are interested in the  goings on of your community  and would enjoy keeping your  neighbours informed of community activities and events, contact editor Charles Halt al 886-  2622.  Visually  impaired  offered  assistance  If you are blind or visually  impaired, the Canadian Council  of the Blind BC/Yukon division  is here for you.  The organization offers a  wide variety of programs  through its 25 White Cane  Clubs located throughout BC  and the Yukon including: social  programs, recreation, peer  counselling, scholarships and  bursaries. The organization also  publishes quarterly newsletters  in large print, braille and audio  cassettes informing members  about upcoming events, legislation and olher issues that affect  blind and visually impaired persons. For more information,  contact your local While Cane  Club 886-2644 or call the Canadian Council of the Blind in  Vancouver at 669-2201.  HIDDEN TREASURE  used book store  Anniversary Sale  20 /o OFF ON cash sales at both locations  May 31-June 13  U years - Sechelt 5520 Inlet Ave.  2 years - Gibsons Landing 459 Marine Drive  mce 1982 (formerly catted Back Alley Books), we have been supplying  readers on the Sunshine Coast with continuous, courteous & helpful service.  For those mystery, romantic, sci-fi, western, horror and true story readers you  have 30,000 or more books to choose from in the Gibsons store alone!  During our customer appreciation sale, save yourself some money!  Why buy new? Read and recycle!  "Selected" trades are welcome.  HARDENS  "Summer Brides"  Consider the alternative to  "throw away" bridal flowers;  have your bridal arrangements  custom-designed In beautiful  preserved flowers.  frit Consultations ��� Samples can bt viewed at  Rcor of 689 Hwy  101  ot Martin Rood   Gibso  iosi Irons Seovicw Placa)   Wad Sot   10 5   884  "a\ c  electronics  Wayne Larsen is pleased to announce that /T\ct_______w.\  is now providing repairs and service to most makes and  models of radios, TVs, VCR's, CD's, stereos, and camcorders.  Take your compi mints to one of our convenient depots:  Seaside Video in Wilson Creek, Vkleo Etc. in Gibsons;  Max Music in Gibsons; or:  Visil our shop at Williamsons Landing. Residential pick up  and deliver)' can lx' arranged at a nominal cost.  (all Wayne at 886-2962  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl i Aluminum Windows ���Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring. Patio Coverings  ALWEST  #7 - 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 6854572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  ���W- :-::>:W::::: ':���: :���: :���:-:��� ���:���:���:���::���:���:' ���  2nd Anniversa  CREEK CLAYWORKS OPEN HOUSE  HANDCRAFTED STONEWARE BY  Elaine Futterman and  Mike Allegrelti  Saturday & Sunday     ,   j-H  June 5 & 6 I  LV��il.��  10 am. - 4 pm. ��/  -���8echilt) oiaaoaa ���m.  1738LockyerRd.  Roberts Creek  885-2395  .-.  Members & Guests Welcome  SECHELT  5528 Wharf Street'885-2526  Friday & Saturdayjune 4 &5  ANDREA GORDON    ^  & LISA MARIE        0  FrUay only-BBQ Steak     Wm  6-8pm,$7.00iod.O^.T.   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CLAYTONS HERITAGE MARKET Coast News, May 31, 1993  11  leisure  Love of horses heats one farrier's forge  by Roxanne Gregory  The sun beat mercilessly on a  small crowd of the curious gathered lasl Sunday al the Beaver  Island Grocery parking lot in  Pender Harbour, lo watch fourth  generation farrier, Sherry Heller,  create steel shoes. Working from  a portable forge, Heller hammered glowing cherry red rods  into rim shoes for equine racers.  Wilh hammer and tongs she first  shaped the rods into open ovals  across a 125 pound anvil. After  repeated annealings and preliminary work with a punch, she lei  Ihe shoes cool to black before  using a pritchel lo finish the six  nail holes in each length of  horseshoe-shaped English steel.  According to Heller, horse  shoeing is pat of a 3,000-ycar-  old tradition, which started when  riders first protected the hooves  of their horses with bags of  leather. Working wiih horses is  in her blond as her grandfather,  great-grandfather and his father  before him, were all blacksmiths  in thc Pender Harbour area.  Heller attributes her interest  in becoming a farrier, not to the  role modelling of family members, bul lo her almost lifelong  love for horses.  Working professionally with  horses for the past decade,  Heller was one of the first  women in the province to complete the farrier training program  at Kwantlen College in the  Lower Mainland. Then she  apprenticed for three years wilh  Kevin While, a master farrier  who specializes in hunters and  Fourth generation farrier Sherry Heller.      Roxanne Gregory photo  jumpers, and has worked extensively with horses destined for  the Olympics.  She also studied in England  where community forges are still  a way of life.  "They did everything there  Ihe old way," Heller says. "No  one used premade shoes.  Although they took their forging  Irucks out to the farms, there  were days when people brought  their horses to the community  forge for shoeing."  Back on the Coast for a little  over a year, Heller currently  works with about 75 horses. Her  shoeing techniques vary according lo ihe needs of Ihe horse.  "Racing shoes are often made  oul of aluminum, but most people here ride western which  requires a basic shoe or they are  into throe-day events which  require specialty shoes that are  drilled and tapped. Horses that  work on pavement or really hard  surfaces need rubber, non-slip  shoes lo prevent falls and laming. She says "1 also do therapeutic shoeing for heel problems  or if a horse has foundered. The  hoof (rimming is very important  too. You need lo maintain the  angle of the hoof to prevent tendon damage. Sixty to 75 per cenl  of a horse's weight bearing is on  thc front legs."  Heller says the Coast has  really hard ground with a lot of  granite, so horses need to be  shod every six lo eight weeks.  "You need to be fairly fit to do  this kind of work and getting  kicked is an occupational hazard.  Usually you get kicked because  thc horse is being bit by flies,"  she says.  Heller also talked about the  luck involved in hanging a  horseshoe over your door. "I  don't know where the luck story  originated, bul it's said if you  keep the shoe with the ends up,  it means you keep the luck for  yourself. If the ends are down  you're pouring good luck over  anyone that comes into the  house."  Fit-Rite Blinds  SALE ENDS JUNE 10  50% off Mini Blinds  40% off Verticals  For appointment call Cathy Rumbdl  886-8445  Install a fan...  Breeze your family  through the  summer heat!  laampf. �� Shades . Wall Scaincai, ��� Track . LViling Ufthts * pans > Rtrceaaed * Outdoor  Sechelt Lighting  M5-9417 �� 5609 Hwy 101, Sechelt  ! Justin!  il Wkterangeof  |�� oi>ordlnating styles  III in bright, summer  III colours...  M  West Side Story rehearsals hitting full stride ll!!HE!l  OpenUanSal I0-5PU  |flH   =  5729 Contest, Sechell  8B54460 '  by Bill Forst  Thc young cast of the musical Wesl Side Story has been  working for two months now,  over 60 hours of choreography  alone, with additional rehearsals  for music and staging. Those  who have had thc  pleasure of attending  a rehearsal come out  with rSV'cS; having  adsorbed the cast's  enthusiiSni.'"  Imagine 30 young  men and women  ages 13 through 25  being coaxed to spin,  dance, leap and pirouette in  tight synchronization with the  vivacious music of Leonard  Bernstein. This is the challenge  of choreographer Karen  Boothroyd for the Sunshine  Coast Music Society's production. A highlight of last year's  Anne of Green Gables was  Boothroyd's exciting school  yard dances. The challenge of  West Side Story is even greater,  as the Sharks and the Jets project their love, hate and camaraderie primarily through move-  A constant  swirl of  passions  surround  the story  ment and a constant swirl of  passions which surround the  story of Ihe star-crossed lovers,  Tony and Maria.  Gibsons born Boothroyd has  studied and performed in London, Los Angeles and Vancouver, but is still best  known locally as Ihe  proprietor of Karen's  School of Performing Arts and for her  tfiorebgraph'jl and  performances with  thc Sunshine Coast  Music Society pro-      ductions. Boothroyd  is working wilh music director  and conductor, Lyn Vernon and  with stage director Kerry  Mahlman, whose work will be  described in future articles.  Tickets for this not-lo-be-  missed production are available  at Sayward Books, Talewind  Books and Reflections Hair Studio in Pender Harbour. Pre-  order tickets can be arranged al  885-7712. Various backstage  jobs are still required. For information call producer Jan Robinson al 886-2277.  NEW CONaSTRUCTION  WINDOW .AND DOOR SALES  We are Western Canada's largest  manufacturer of quality Vinyl and  Aluminum Windows and Doors.  '"active in the construction business on  the Sunshine Coast, to add our fine line  to the products currently represented.  This is an outstanding opportunity for  the right person in the right place with  the right tie-in.  SEND RESUME TO:  rSZTAZ-X-  WINDOWS * DOORS  Berend Post  Sales Manager  620 Audley Blvd.  Annacls Business Park  Delta, B.C..V3M5P2  Fax. $26-6392  West Side Story choreographer Karen Boothroyd  Knowledge Network to shed light on BC forestry  The current debate over forest policy is an  emotional one. But are British Columbians  really polarized as much as television and  other media often portray them to be?  To find some common ground in the  many-sided forest debate, the Open Learning  Agency's Knowledge Network is dedicating  two evenings to forest issues.  The series, entitled Forests of Treefl,  Forests of Images, Forests of Words, will be  seen at 8 pm June 3 and June 10. It examines  selected videos and films created by the forest industry, citizens' organizations, environmentalists, and First Nations groups.  On Thursday, June 3, the first program,  the BC Forest Economy ��� Now and in the  Future, will look at how the change in the  way many people view the forests has affected the forest economy and the people who  work in them.  The videos were chosen to incorporate a  diversity of viewpoints and to stimulate discussion.  Features in the first program are In Harmony with Nature: The Vision (produced by  the Temperate Forest Foundation, 1992),  How Much is Enough? (MacMillan Bloedel,  1991), and My Partners, My People: Heartland (Great Plans Productions, 1991).  The second program will include The  Forest and the People: Tough Choices (Fores! Alliance of BC, 1992) and Battle for thc  Trees (Sams Productions and the National  Film Board, Canadian version, 1993. Brief  excerpts will be shown from other videos.  Forest of Trees, Forests of Images,  Forests of Words is part of a continuing  effort to provide educational programming  on current issues tailored to the British  Columbia television audience.  In April of 1991, a two-hour live forum  looked at how the province can craft a sustainable development strategy.  Last June, during the Uniled Nations  Conference on the Environment and Development, two weeks of special programming  explored the environment from a variety of  perspectives.  on the arts beat  Sculptor Kay Bonathan will  be giving a slide talk about her  work at the arts centre this  Wednesday, June 2 at 7:30 pm.  Kay Bonathan studied art  history at McGill University  and two-dimensional media at  the Ecole des Beaux Arts, Montreal.  From 1972 to 1974 she  taught at St. Vincent's School  for Handicapped Children and  the Academie des Beaux Arts,  Port-Au-Prince, Haiti; and completed a Master's thesis on  Haitian art  From October 1986 to May  1987, she travelled extensively  in Asia, sketching and viewing  a wide variety of art.  Admission to the slide talk is  free and everyone is welcome.  YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO  THE TRAIL BAY MALL IN SECHELT JUNE 3 -5  T 17 ��0 A f^V Abili*y Products  _JL_____________ X & Services Inc.  A Member of the Vancouver Stock Exchange (Symbol LGA)  737-7125     939-3910  GARRY FENN, OUR PRODUCT CONSULTANT  WOULD I1KE TO MEET YOU  ��� Lift Chain  ��� Homecare Beds  ��� Ramps - Trapezes  ���Bath Aids  ���Grab Bars  ��� Walkers  YOUR  tochangeySU  white pages  LISTING  IS ABOUT  TO FADE  AWAY  The Sunshine Coast White Pages  are now closing.  Now's your last chance to check your listing to make  sure it's accurate and up-to-date-you may want  to include other family members.  If you represent a business, now's the time to add or  alter your listing. Also be sure to check the names and  positions of key employees for possible listing additions  or revisions. Charges apply for changes and extra listings.  Call your BC TEL Customer Service Office before your  opportunity fades away  %TEL vuUJi   I 1ICYV  a,   ivmy j i,   i^j  community feature  Pender Harbour has it all and more...  traditional May Day fun and sun celebrations  I  The Sunshine Coast Stars square dance to  caller CHIT Salihub (not shown). latter in thc  day Bob Hubbard makes up candyfloss as  Larry Blanksteln (lefl) and BobMaxwell (centre) enjoy the sun. Those with heartier  appetites line up for some Lions Club burgers.  1993 May Day  results round-up  Raffle winners: first Linda Nicholas, two  nights accommodations at any Coast hotel; second Linda Nicholas, dinner for two at Lord  Jim's; third Emie Carswell, Skookumchuck tour  for two.  Teddy Bear raffle: winner Leah Read;  western book winner Yolanda Malcolm; Canada  book, Peter McDonald.  Chili contest: first Kelly Dodge; second  Davenia Morton; third Margo Hunsche.  Parade winners: adult parade, business,  first Reflections; second Beaver Island; third  Sunny's. Family, first Kelly Phillips; second  Josey Bennett; third Cummings family. Organizations: first Fishing Coalition; second Brownies; third library. Group: first Achy Breaky  Heart; second Dorothy's Line Dancers; third  Serendipity Playschool. Trophies: best commercial. Sunshine Coast Credit Union; best decorated, Kelly and K. Smith.  Children's parade winners: walkers,  first Bedor Family (Young Guns); second  Thomas Gamble and Dustin Amaral; third Leah  Read. Mini float, first Jamie Bernier. Bicycle,  first Jocelyne Gregory, second Liam Gadsby.  Pels: first Sharleen Gamble. Also receiving ribbons were Brandon and Kaare Jensen, Bradley  and Jessica Flemming, Serling Reid, Charily  Casselman, Caitlin Gadsby, Reagan Hately and  Amy Hunsche.  Family Foot Race Results:  Under 12 female (plaque donated by MPES,  PAC). First, Alison Fraser and Vanessa Malcolm, 18:37; second Alison Malcolm, 24:11;  third Gloria Reid and Brooke Fraser, 24:20.  Under 12 male (plaque donated by MPES,  PAC). First, Kyle Brut.!*, 17:11; second, Tony  Reid, 19:10; third David Mackay, 21:23.  Twelve lo 25 female (plaque donated by Pacific Gillnetters Association). First, Dani Thompson, 18:39; second, Nicole Cummings, 19:20.  Twelve to 25 male (plaque donated by United  Fishermen & Allied Workers). First, Norman  MacDonald, 17:10; second. Sieve Rolston,  17:54; third, Stuart Malcolm, 20:34.  Twenty-six to 45 female (plaque doanted by D.  Amaral). First Bev McFadyen-Hill, 18:39; second, Debbie Amaral, 19:11; third, Anne Fraser,  24:18. Twenty-six to 45 male (plaque donated by  D. Amaral). First, Roy Chatham, 16:26; second,  Jake Fraser, 17:10; third, John Malcolm, 24:11.  Masters female (plaque donated by PH Community Club). Firsl, Vivian Alexander, 25:00;  second, Kim Matsell, 32:19; third, G. Rolston, K.  Anderson and I. Boyd, 35:03. Masters male  (plaque donated by PH Community Club). First,  Dick Merrick, 35:25.  Family (plaque donated by PH May Day  Committee). First, Fraser family, 21:13; second,  Malcolm family, 24:08; third. Ware family,  29:37.  Water Jousting winners: David McKay  and Jeff Wilbee.  Scavenger hunt winners: tba, a lot of  fun, kids enjoyed.  Basketball tournament winners: the  Bad Boys from Pender Harbour. Congratulations  to them and James Douglas for making this new  event such a success.  And a big thanks to the Pender Harbour May  Day Committee for all lhe hard work making this  year's May Day yet another new and memorable  event for everyone.  COAST NEWS:  The best coverage of news and  community events on the Sunshine Coast...  From Port Mellon to Egmont Coast News, May 31, 1993  13  sports  Bike racers in  action at Gibsons  Elementary school  Wednesday.  Doug Detwiller pholo  'Sprockids' navigate bike  track and learn nutrition  by Doug Detwiller  More than 110 students from  Roberts Creek, Cedar Grove  and Gibsons attacked and navigated their way around the  mountain bike course in the  second inter-school race of tbe  season, hosted by Gibsons elementary.  These inter-school events are  just one aspect of the program  "Sprockids." This program  instructs and involves students  in bike maintenance, safety, rid  ing skills, nutrition, dehydration, environmental concerns,  as well as a variety of fan  events such as the one Wednesday.  On Tuesday, June 15 tbe  first annual Sunshine Coast Elementary Schools Sprockids  Rockets Championships will be  held at Gibsons elementary.  From tbe enthusiasm and talent  that was demonstrated, this  should be an extremely exciting  event  Bad Boys steal victory in Spring Jam at the Wall  by Jane Douglas  Congratulations to all 12  teams that participated in the  first three-on-three hoop competition Spring Jam at the Wall.  I would like to thank the following sponsors and individuals for making it possible:  Pender Haibour Realty, Pizza Pantry, AC  Building Supplies, Bruce Forbes, June May-  nard, Dorren Reid, John Struthers, Silas  ponder golf  Sponsors help drive successful meet  White and coundess others.  I would especially like to thank Bill  Hunsche whose efforts helped make tbe  competition a huge success.  Winners of the Fust Annual Spring Jam  at tbe Wall were: First, Bad Boys, Rod Kam-  merle, Josh Young and John  Rees; second, Team Farley,  Steve Hall, Eric Buder, and Jay;  third, GFG, Dan Flat, Cam  Gleadow, and Jim McLeod; fourth, Dream  Team, Steve Williamson, Paul Macdonald,  and Tony Adamson; fifth, Maximum Overdrive, Grant Nelson, Chad Pockrant, and  Duck Phillips; sixth, Lowes Boys, Dave  O'Coffey, Andy Curtiss, and Jesse Paquin.  We're more than jusl tires!  ALIGNMENT* COMPLETE  SUSPENSION CHECK & LUBI  (Ml  2 WHEEL  $42.95  4  by Wendy Haddock  Senior Men's Day  53 golfers played "Low Net":  1st at 64 Dave Strachan, 2nd at  65 Roy LaFave, Dutch Haddon  & Neil Reede, 3rd at 66 Ernie  Holloway & Ed Roop, 4th at 67  Eric Antilla, Bill Jack, Eldy  Gandy, Len Best & Ed McAllister.  KP on #3-Vern Bullock  KP on # 6 - Hugh Maginnis  Gord Hall hit the hoop on #2.  Ladies Day May 20  Overall winner of the  "Dorothy Franklin Memorial" -  Ev Tapio. Eighteen holers  scores on 9 holes only: 1st Moni  Langham, 2nd Ev Tapio, Low  Gross - Cathy McQitty, 1st low  net - June Reeder, 2nd low net -  Sylvia Thirlwell.  Nifty Mlneni  4 1/2 boles used: 1st Hazel  SHOPPING MARINE SERVICES  883-9551  HOME HARDWARE  BUILDING CENT RE  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing  8c Toy Centre  10% OFF FOR ALL SENIORS  Madeira Park Cenlre  pot*  Wewut'*  JflARWA-  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Products  883-2253  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  883-2929  Tops, Turps & Givers  Upholstery & Repairs  MARINA  'IIARMACY  883-2888  MADEIRA  MARINA  BB3-BBG6  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors webcome  I /2 MSLB NORTH OT GAMOKN BAV RD  Hwy. lOI 883-9541  ^_f/_t_mffu.  Pender Harbours ONLY  Full Line Sporting Goods Store  Francis Peninsula Place  Corner of Sunshine Coast Hwy. 1  Francis Peninsula Rd 883-2763  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580-4321  CALL COLLECT  Panda. 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Monday Twilight  Low Gross - Eldy Gandy &  Helen Gamett, 1st low net - Bill  Cameron & Beth Mulhem, 2nd  low net - Pete Waycott & Lorna  Lycan, 3rd low net - Richard  Frappier & Carol Reid.  KP #3 -Neil Reeder  KP #6-Eldy Gandy  In closing, everyone at Pender Harbour Golf Club would  like to wish Mary Roop a  speedy recovery.  Coastal Tires  DON'T BBEAKTHIIR HEARTS  Abandoned pets suffer anxiety,  abuse, attacks and accidents. Your  pet deserves better. If vou can no  longer keep vour pet, call the  s.P.c. a. for assistance.  Wa aawak f or ttiaiaaa aatlo canasot apaak tor tts.msa.rrt.  A maaaaga Irom tha B.C. Humane Education Society, aducatbrsal am of tha B.C.9.P.C.A.  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  Noted City  SECRET COVR-Dr. John Ew-  art Copipbell, 68, an oldtimer  of Secret Cove, passed nwav In  Vancouver General Hospital on  May 15. Funeral services were  held the following Friday, and  committal was in a private cer-  ,'hony. Dr. Campbell was the  second son of the late Professor  John Campbell, MA, LI.D., of  Montreal.  Dr. Campbell Is survived by  his wife and a .stepson in Van"  couver, and rtlatives in Montreal-  ATTENDED McGILL  Dr. Campbell was graduated  in medicine from McGill University in 1902 and came to B.C.  in 1908, first practising in Nelson, then In North Vancouver.  After studying in Paris and Berlin, he practiced in Vancouver.  In World War I he joined the  Canadian Army Medical Corps  In 1914 and served overseas in  No. S Canadian General Hos-  tal at Salonika. On his return  ,i Vancouver In 1910 Dr. Campbell practiced theer and was on  the medical staff nt Shaughnessy Hospital from 1020 to 194*1.  when he retired.  The esteem in which Dr.  Campbell wu held by his colleagues and his patients was of  the highest. He wns active all  his life, both as a physician and  surgeon, and as a friend and a  good neighbour.  COai  l-nii'lln*.  lib  Cnvem   Hfu'hi-tt  PON   MHl.m. V     Irvine'* I.��nil Inn. Half M<-">- Bay  llnrily Inland. Pender Harbour  Wllr-mi   ireek,    I|iil.t>rti*    ('re.-k  ��� irit nihil in'*���   I.iiihIiiik,    Kmi i.  Hit'iklii'-    l.iin.Hi.1*,     i.r.i. k-n-l.*li-  ���'fs'.V  ���Ml'.  ISht Coast JJews  iU  Vol. 1  No. 38  HALFMOON BAY, B. C.     Friday, May 31, 1946      5c Per Copy. J2.50 Per Year, by 1  A. McEachern  Is Drowned  Accidentally  ON THE morning of May 24,  1946, about 8:30 a.m. the body  of Mr, Angus McEachern was  found beside his house, by Mr.  T. Hurst. Mr. McEachern lived  in a float-house on the dyke and  apparently missed his footing in  the dark no his way home  Thursday night and was accidentally drowed.  He was a batchelor and has  lived in Squamish for about  twenty-five years. He wai  around 55 years of age and has  worked as a logger and doing  odd jobs for the past few years.  No next-of-kin have been contacted as yet.  Funeral services were conducted Monday morning at 10  a.m. by Rev. W. B. Mcintosh  and interment took place at  Squamish cemetery at Brackendale.  Britannia Beach ...  Players'Club Wins Second  Place in Drama Festival  THE Britannia banner was carnal into the British Columbia Drama elimination of the  Western Canada Theatre conference, when the Townsite  Players' club entered with their  v ".Legend".  '���stival was held in the  ditonum on Saturday,  -   8:15   P.M.   There  ���t��" ���  repp-  much at home back-stage.  Britannja was welt represented in an audience that was  both attentive and appreciative.  Jean Clarke and  John Hi**' Wtd  Severe Burnt  From Exploding  Blow-torch  By ERNIE PEARSON  Mr. R. H. Brooks received severe burns about his hands and  forearms when the blowtorch he  was working with exploded.  The quick action and presence  of mind of Mrs. Broolcs put the  flames out and saved him from  further burns by rolling him on  the ground. Mr. Brooks received treatment for his burns  at St. Mary's Hospital, Garden  Bay, He has returned home now  and latest reports indicate he ts  progressing favorably.  Phone Service  Improved  GIBSONS .Landing-All telephones between th? Exchange  and Eric Inglis' apaitment are  now being placed on a separate  circuit, accord>ng to information  received from Hurry Winn, local  operator. Mr. Winn explains  that this arrangement will give  better service to Grantham's  Landing, .Hopkins and Port  Mellon phones by their lines  being left clear. With the installation of telephones in the  Sunset Hardware Store and  Thorburn Bros. Garage, the  number on the village circuit  is now eight.  Two Very Old  Friends Are  Two Business Changes  At Redroofs Resort  HALFMOON BAY- The wharf  store at Halfmoon Bay has  changed hands. Owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs, George  Cormack for many years, it was  recently sold to Mr. and Mrs.  Richard Laird. The former is  the son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank  Lyons of Redroofs. He was born  and raised in Winnipeg and  came to the coast in 1930. A  keen hockey player, he was a  member of the championship  team. Winnipeg Monarchs, during the season of 1936-37. He  joined the RCAF in September  1939 and went overseas two  years later, when he saw plenty  of action as a fighter pilot with  a night-fighter squadron. Somewhere he has two notches for a  pair of enemy aircraft shot up  and also for the many trains he  wrecked in France and Belgium.  In August, 1942, he was shot  down and spent nine hours in a  rubber dinghy in the North Sea.  He was picked up by an air rescue unit.  In 1343 Laird met and married Jean, who was a Queen Alexander Nursing Sister, whose  war-life has been full of exciting experiences. She nursed all  through the Battle <\t Dunkirk  and the Battle of Britain; her  home is Barnard Castle, County  Durham. Most of her earlier  nursing career was spent in hospitals situated in Yorkshire.  Mr. Laird held the rank of a  flight-lieutenant, and in 1944  was awarded the Airforce Croa*  for leadership and meritorious  service. He spent 1800 hmrt* '-  the air flying figh"  including Spit"  Beaufighter  A"er   t'  HALFMOON BAY- There is  much activity at Redroofs  these days. Long known as a  popular summer resort, it had  become rather quiet during the  war years, but it has taken on  a new lease of life since the  new owners of the Redroofs  Trading Company, James M.  Cooper and William L. Frost,  have arrived on the scene. They  are very busy renovating some  of the buildings and adding  new features that will certainly  increase the popularity of the  place. Their general store opened this week for business.  Aa goods become available  the store will contain a good  line of groecries, drygoods, and  fishing tackle. Alterations are  being made to the dining room  tu increase its already pleasant  atmosphere. It will be opener  only during the summer months,. New cabins will be added  to the resort as material becomes available, One of the big  attractions of thc resort will be  a fleet of inboard motor boats  to be rented to those who like  boating or fishing.  Mr.' Cooper originally came  front Ontario. Leaving there at  ill/ age of seventeen he came  ���fest and enlisted in the Canadian Air Force for the first war.  After the war was over he came  to Alberta where he was In the  i-*"*'! furnishings business. In  1 ��o Vancouver and  ���t#��*      i gar-  Life is a tricky equation  The "trick" is to find the constant  The Coast News has been a constant on the Sunshine Coast for over 46 years. Over those years we've  watched the world change around us while we've remained steady as a rock, providing a safe, reliable  institution for your advertising dollar.  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Sdl.  885-7986  Skookum Janitorial Services  WINDOWS ���CARI'HS-GUmisS  CONSIRUCIIONCIIANUI'  lOO'SAI/SfACriONGUARANIffD  885-7506  CONCRETE SERVICES  Q.M.S. Excavating  Reasonable & Negotiable  Rates  Gunnar Chrltllanun  886-8463 S9 C7 RR1  i. Glbaons, BC VON IVO  CENTURY ROCK"  885-5910  Rock Willi  ."allot  Faclngi  Planters  kalQtire  If we sell it... we guarantee III  E: -mmml*rt,t4em.t��-rm  ^������-*����*��  f S. MADILL CONTRACTINal  All types of concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate finishing.  laaaaHMty GOBaCTetai WOtt*.  M>ni7pXMld*a��)   ;  A   Kl III K BOBCA'I SIRMCi:  Lxtavallns'  ���BaKaMIIIng       ��� llr��lnaf<��  ��� DctrKilllfcin  Utidscape  ��� Low Impair 1 st Si'ihI 1 unil  ��� Rntalnlnft  t onslrin thin  Clearing  Walls  IA HOUR  "*����� 886-8538  nOX V12\,  ��� senvia  ��. 220-8767  (iinsoNS nc.J  HEATING  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  D & P CONCRETE  PLACING & FINISHING  Residential and Commercial  ACI Cittilied  Dents Turenne      Paul Desautels  881,-0340 885-5492  Fastrac backhoe ft  TRUCKING .SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS C  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� WATER LINES CAT 411  4X4  ��� clearing       STEVE JONES   8136-8269  PROPANE INC.  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  885-2360  Hwy 101. across St.  Irom Big Mac's. Sechell  r  M J J. Vinyl Siding  Soffits, I'jVSIA, shutters  CEDAR SIDING  1  VrtA Cocker  I l-ciu Mrsugr)  VPhone 88f, 6o6*i  It > Box H96  Srahelt, B.C.  VUfN 3Al>y  U|l ��>  ASHWARD CONTRACTING  Residential Construction to Lock-Up  ��� FOUNDATION ��� FRAMING .  . PLAN DESIGN ��� DRAFTING  HOWARD ASHMORE ��� 885-6443  A Complete  Asphalt Service  FREE ESTIMATES  SUN-COAST PAVING LTD.  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  Telephone  885-2726  MS-IMS  *CMlt  fO�� FREE ESTIMATES  ___���__-~r_mr���                    DIRECT  nrijan                     DRYWALL  zz-7--mSm-*'.mmem              systems  BOARD  TAPE  SPRAY  Realdentlal ��� Commercial  STEEL STUDS *raAR>CUStOMCEallNGS    OMOMac  Ron Hovden            "*"'  116*9691   (cel) 644-5767  CONSTRUCTION '  K(j*>its-; twkji.r.  Residential &  ommerdal Construction  Renovations  Additions  ROOFING  Specializing in all types ol  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES  886*2087 eves m��_\SZ  \_   Laurie Lacovetsky �� 885-2887  f.   FORM RENTALS  2FT-4FT-6FT-8FT  Quick Strip Forms  PENINSULA FORM RENTALS  Phone 885-0308     Fax 885-2774  ROAD GUILDING AND GRADING ��� BRIDGES ��� EXCAVATING  [AILING ��� BULLDOZING ��� TRUCKING  STK EXCAVATING "��#���  & ROAD BUILDING  ��� Land Clearing ��� Driveways  ��� Drainage ��� landscaping  ��� Retaining Watts  ��� Sand A Grovels  ��� Septic Systems ' tk,  "Quality &  Punctuality"  '886-9020  Trucking Bob Oumey   Excavating  Now on the Sunshine Coast!  tDELLTECKDU$TBUSTEI��  Ventilation and Furnace Cleaning Fire Boxes, Air Duds  885-7670      Residenlial & Commercial  Cell. 880-7655 Ri<-< DeLong  DENNIS MULLIGAN ^  Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  24 Hr. A Emergency Service  Bus:886-8572 Home:885-7085 Fax:884-5392\JI  ���.���<���   i ��� I'ti.-M'1 " ���������mmSSOm*  SECHELT FIRE PLACE  & GAS CENTRE  ��� Gas ��� Wood ��� Cookstovcs * Zero Cloaranct  ��� All Venting Systems ��� Complete Sales & Installatia  ��� Qualified Dealei ��� Certified Technicians ���  snow,'i�� ><>iM x- \\Aiii noasi  ,(>M  Wharf Utt. SS.r>-7l7l  IKlIM/^iTnDn.CB  Furnaces, Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DIALER. ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  Call NOW 886*7111  Showroom: <73 foane Rd. Gibsons        j  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  A tl T ENTERPRISES: Centtniollen SarvloM  Sara'rag Tfra Coaar Since 199b  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  ���M-3IU  T. WONQ, BOX 793, QlltONI, i.C. VON IVO  L1  OS DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION  Quality Building S Cuntom MilKwork  FloBiclentml -  CrjrnmefClBl  ORAIMI ORIIN   TEL:BB&4a57RDberTBC>eei-  PAGEn   1H7B9^1rt (TOLL FREE)  Swanson's  ��� Dispatch _  885-9666  fleady-Miit Ltd  ���*\ caounta .     , Fua  ,  I M.5-53331   1885*22261  3 iBatch Plaints on i rta Sunshine Coast  Gibsons Sechelt Ppnder Harbour  8o> 172, 9417tjrnttU.,Swh��lt  ������hZI/HUTHtXCMTING  ��� Land Clearing & Development  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  We otter t full line ot  Service! with our  HITACHI EXCAVATOR  Our Customer Service is  prompt with professional  work at competitive rales  .  Ken Blrkin ��� 885-7487 ��� Cell. 671-8411  >  n  CONTOUR  I    DESIGN  f  Quality Supply 4 Installation   "*'  Ceramic Tile, Carpet & Blinds  lSHOWROOM861 HWY tQ|.GIBSONS' BC. 'PH/FAX:886-3191 .  DESIGN  f Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  ,    The Coast News    ,  t>  ��� frm-inq  Bill  886-0380  ��� Caw-a-raTto  'WE"51-^*.       * '���"���'"���P"  MAKE  QUALITY  AFFORDABLE Ch.rvl.  24hrToll-Fr��  l'.O.BOX7Sl,iiaillt        1-977-6502  EMERALD DESIGNS  RE5IMNTIA1 DESIGN i, CON1RACT1NG  COMMERCIA1INIERIOH DESIGN  ���  886-3969  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial  Industrial  JOE McCANN Reg. 10131  Call 883-9902  N  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing A Development  Cam Mackenzie  886-3558 f, v.  Cel*    ^  240-6314  DRYWALL SERVICE  BOARDINC, TAPING, TEXTURING  No Job Too Small  FREE ESTIMATES CALL MIKE 886*0040  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News    j  We dig the Sunshine Coaal!  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Renew Interior Decorating  Compiele Inferior Qesigtt  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  EXCAVATING  A    _X>   R  mm ,  mrx       THE  RENOVATIONS WITH  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL - RESIDENTIAL  IMPROVER MS^   UT1 HAUMOQN BAj  Fret Estimales on  Painling t Wallpapering   ,  GRAEArURCONSTRUGlON   _______o_t__}ndoft   JATIONS'FIVaAriJNG  aw/ATIONS ��� ADOmONS  ii*aG��wmA��ooosiaNo  wAHraSf!  Land Charing        885-3469  DwrnMon 886-8053  Swinp Rernoval  ���Mis Develop mefii  I"0*,^     JV6PEXCA'  ITaSs! MltmoteS ^m0^m-,-m>m.  f Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  The Coast News    >  The Renaissance Renovator  ��� minor repairs  ��� maintenance  imaginative renovations  1-Tyears in residenlial construction  QVALinwORK  ERIC JAMES ��� 885-6096  trtaeitimetet Coast News, May 31, 1993  15  BARK MULCH ��� TOP SOIL  WASHED SAND ��� CRUSHER DUST  AQUA POST ��� PATIO BLOCKS  CLEAR CRUSHED ROCK ��� GARDEN MIX  MUSHROOM MANURE ��� EXPOSED AGGREGATE POTS  CEDAR ARBOURS ��� CEDAR POTS ��� LATTICE  Tues. thru Saturday 9-5 ��� Sundays 10-4  5546 Wharf St.  Reflection service offered  The Pastoral Care Committee of St. Mary's Hospital is offering a  Service of Reflection and Sharing, Sunday, June 6 from 2 pm in the  main lounge of Totem Lodge.  Everyone is invited, especially those of the communily who have  losl a loved one, family member or friend in death in recent months.  The service is one of prayer, special music, scripture, meditation  and remembrance. Under Ihe guidance of Pastor Frank Schmiit, the  volunteer coordinating chaplain, several pastors from local congregations will participate.  The service will be followed by light refreshments and an opportunity for family and friends, staff and neighbours to share their pleasant memories of lhe departed loved ones and to complete the experience of closure. Members of the hospice movement will also be present to give support to those present. Phone 885-2022 for more info.  romemberwhtn  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  For the finishing touch  Eric's Drywall  gitvusacall  MARINE SERVICES  885-6032  Ship Shape Props  BOAT PROPELLER REPAIRS 18ERVICE  "MP 8HAPE SERVICE"  Camlt Bally, Proprietor R.R. 1,  PH:tH5-JS7l(Bui.)  IM-MI0(RM.)  Sachatl, B.C.  VON SAO  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  . KITCHENS * BATHROOMS ���  088.9411  Cellular 280*3378  Thank You i  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News    j  PRECISE PAINTING & PIASTER  ��� Complete Custom I'ainling  ��� Texture  ��� All Phases or Drywall  ��� journeyman Workmanship  Neale Free  ���9864928 Estimates  Commercial/Residential  Fully Guaranteed  Ihe complete roofing proteutan-ik  8Rfi-09?0  &  weeaneer  ,Marina 6? Resort Ltd  Located in Secrel Cove 885-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES - SEHVICE -REPAIRS  K ft C Thermoglass &  Cobra Boals now  In-Stock  rniwitVi  "outboards  YHr-  INSULATION  Q  OBflisiHianQmM  ��� B*tt k Blown ��� Commai-clal .  ��� Rnldontial ��� How ft Existing ���  886-8741  LANDSCAPING  Victory Garden's West  ���LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION  a TREE* SHRUB PRUNING        0����r 10 Years  ��� LAWN IQAROEN CARE Exporianco  ��� HOME MAINTENANCE With  ��� YARD CLEANUP* Roforonooo  GORD DIEROFF 886-3635  MECHANICAL SERVICES  Whistler's Landscaping  Fencing ��� Turf ��� Drainage  Retaining Walls (Rock)  Residential and Commercial  Free EstimatM: Pit 885-2870  Coiner of Pavni* le Sramniml  MARINE ��� laOCClNC ��� TRUCKING ��� INMISI RIAL  hiriH Fiismr Rrpaiiti and (h rrhault  TiiK'k Srivirini* ft Kt'iMirv SrhcdtiM Mainirnancr  IfMICINC ft HEAVY EQlflPMENT REPAIRS  24 I Inin fmetftmc) Si'ivirc  886-4577 Shop 8864118 Res.  DON GREENLY J  H_  ENTERPRISES  S & G TREE SERVICE  Topping ��� Trimming "Pruning ��� Brueh Chlppor  V, Danger Trta Rtamotraal  Bondaad and Inaurad ��� 20 Years E .parlance  885-3897  MARINE SERVICES  MOBILE WELDING AND FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS   STEEL a STAINLESS a ALUMINUM   SsERVING THE FORESt. MARINE AMD CONSTRUC PON INDUSr HIES  ON THE SUNSMNE COAST  HOWARDLANQ ,,, .... cel  JilSHEEDHO  QIBSONS 886-3231 _��____/  Thank You  to our valued readers. Businesses!  appreciate it when you tell them  yuu found them in  L    The Coast News  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  5YE/VRSAGO  Sechell Council decided last  week that an application submitted by Aquarius Seafarms to  build a 360-foot ramp and  wharf for a float plane in front  of its hatchery in Porpoise Bay,  was beyond the municipal district's supervision.  In an editorial: "Il is difficult  lo find Ihe middle ground on  the subject of education  between taxpayers calling for  schools referenda and leachers  demanding 20 percent increases  in their salaries.  To support the teachers in  Iheir unworldly demands is  equally injurious to the future  of public schools."  10 YEARS AGO  More than 40 people, including government fisheries  experts and members of the  Sechelt Indian Band, observed  the release of 30,000 one-year-  old salmon Saturday at the band  hatchery in Porpoise Bay.  15 YEARS AGO  During the pasl few weeks  there has been a certain amount  of public outcry over the condition of Seaview Cemetery. As a  result of its unkempt condilion,  a volunteer worker will  approach Ihe regional board lo  offer her assistance in cleaning  up the area.  20 YEARS AGO  May of 1973 has become a  record month in building construction on the Sunshine  Coast.  Total building permits for  the month were valued at  $969,700 according to the  regional board's inspector.  25 YEARSAGO  Gibsons and District Chamber of Commerce is still working on the proposed BC Offshore Racing Association  power boal race and display  June 23, in which some 23 to  35 craft will cross from Sunset  Beach in Vancouver to Gibsons.  35 YEARS AGO  Improved long distance  facilities for Sechell Peninsula  will be provided this summer  when a new radio telephone  system is put into service  between Vancouver and Gibsons.  40 YEARS AGO  At last week's all candidates  meeting, both Liberal and NDP  candidates in this week's  provincial election deplored Ihe  two-pronged Social Credit  attack on Ihe teachers of the  province and upon the teaching  curriculum, particularly since  there was no proper investigation before the attack was  launched.  45 YEARS AGO  An emergency floor fund  committee was set up in Sechelt  lasl week to help provide monetary relief for flood victims in  the Fraser Valley under the auspices of the Sechelt Board of  Trade, the Red Cross and Ihe  VON in the dislricl.  SPCA NEWS - This older female shepherd was found at the  side of the road in Roberts Creek nearly two weeks ago and is  waiting to be found again by her owners or a new family. If  you are interested in a mature friendly companion, call the  SPCA at 885-4771.  MON TIME HT. FT.  0150  31    0910  MO   1600  2050  15.1  4.2  12.4  9.8  FRI TIME HT. FT.  0440     14.3  4    1205 .9  FR    1935     15.3  TUES TIME HT.FT.  0235 14.9  1   0955 2.9  TU   1710 13.5  2155 10.5  SAT TIME HT. FT.  0050 11.1  5   0525 13.8  SA   1245 1.1  2020 15.5  WED TIME HT. FT.  'HUR8TIME HT. FT  0315 14.6  2   1040 1.9  WE   1805 14.3  2300 11.0  SUM TaVaE HT. FT,  0140  6   0615  SU   1325  2100  0355 14.6  3   1120 1.2  TH   1855 15.0  2355 11.1  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson    ��?_T2___���Z_il _.__  Pacific Standard Tlmt SiKCUSKSi  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday June 1,5 pm  E.S.P. T.V. Teen Survival  Elphinstone's broadcasting sludenis investigate the many  challenges facing youth today.  7 pm  Native Fishing Rights and Conservation  8 pm  Arts Update for June 1993  8:30 pm  Meet Your Chamber of Commerce  9 pm  Creative Cooking  Show # IS in the series from our friends at Delia Cable 4.  Wednesday June 2,7 pm  Ending Legislated Poverty.  A repeal of a program featuring Jean Swanson in a freewheeling  discussion about NAFTA and poverty issues.  8 pm  Creative Cooking  Show #14 in the series from our friends at Delta Cable 4.  8:30 pm  Gibsons Outreach Teen Centre  9 pm  Quilters Guild Quilt Show  Thursday June 3,7 pm  Talk to Your Local Government, "Live" Phone In  8 pm  Healthy Communities  Healthy Ealing is in Store for You  Dania Matiation takes you on a healthy shopping trip.  8:30 pm  Creative Cooking  Show #16 in the series from our friends at Delta Cable 4.  Sponsored In SOI  I OKI)  COLES MARINE  Diesel Repair Ltd.  45 Ton Marine Ways  ��� Machine Shop ��� Pressure Washing  ��� Bottom I'ainling ��� Tune Up  ��� Overhauls ��� Service Repair  ��� Work / Sail / Power  Owner Participation Welcome  M6-M7S 24 HR. ������-77ai  . Salt >"atsir IfcaitrM   . Marina Repasts        ���'"��������*<*-�� ��*��� '  VALLIYM0VI NOUAIMS  _ -NEWP001S   ���UNERREPIACEMEMT  ���AILACCESSORIES 4 P0CH.REBUILDING  ��� FULLUNEOFSPAS SPECIALISTS  Call Bill 885-6477  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  CLIP* SAVE  m bcfgrrhes Schedule  VANCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY -.LANGDALE  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Leave Langdale  6:20 am       4:30 pm  8:30 6:30  10:30 8:20 M  12:25 pmM   10:10'  2:30  M-dttwtat  Leave Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am     5:30 pmM  7:25 M  9:15  11:00*  9:30 M  11:30  1:15 pm  3:30  Leave Earl* Cove  6:40 am       4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  Leave Saltery Bay  5:45 am    3:30 pm  7:35        5:30 M  9:30 M      7:30  ���Sunday, or  HoL Monday, only  12:25pmM   10.20M        11:30       9:20  M.tkmiH 1>manaiisnavialh|alla>ii,ii,il,t4,lN).  Mat-arts*Sa. \.mmUrl.tornt��r��L~��>*���**.**!IWaai.  COASCTEWS  COAST NEWS  WEEKENDERI Loast News, May 31, 1993  Take Advantage of our Nexv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  arid pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Properly  WATERFRONT LOT  70' frontage ��� Port McNeil.  $62,000.949-7849 after 5 pm.  ��22cn  Waxlcre* Park. 16,500 sq ft flat,  laitdscaped lol in cul-de-sac. 886-  847a I22ai  Wesl Sechelt, privale setting,  2.800 sqtl, 4 bdrms, 3 balhs. wood  stove t fireplace, double Jacuzzi  tub, oak kilchen, partial view. 2  decks, lenced, landscaped, walk to  school, store. Pries reduced. 885-  6300. ��22cn  Richmond 1 bdrm apl.. recently  decorated, central location. All  amenmtsl 866-7363.        ��24cn  INCOME PROPERTY  On two view lots al Beach S Seaview, GitMons. Offers. 886-3281.  ���24cn  3300 sq. ft. plus double garage,  2x6 construction, 3 yrs. old, 5  bdrms., 3 baths, 3 F/P, partial  view, Qlbsons, $279,000. 885-  7749. I22w  Executive style custom view home,  2,600 a- sq ft, 3 levels, 2 bdrms,  plus master suite, 2 kitchens, 2-1/2  baths, vaulted ceilings, 2x6 walls,  cedar exterior / decks. Exceptional  yard, much more, finest neighbourhood. 4990 Panorama Dr., Garden  Bay. 883-2687 eves. ss  Privale 13* acres, exceptional  localion. Harbour, lake and island  views, roads throughout near Garden Bay Lake. Subdivision potential, borders crown and parkland,  $250,000,883-2687. ss  VIEW  6 monlh old 2 bdrm. condo, 684  sq. It., dose to schools, shopping,  medical clinic, $107,000. NO GST.  866-0362 alt. 6pm. I22w  HI NATIONAL  ���     V   \���J III     ,1     Ill-ill      LllMI/l  NRS <  MO  3IBS  RT<  OIN  S REALTY LTD.  GE UPDATE  WY2W3  6 mo  1yr  2yr  3yr  4yrj 5yr.  1(1  7.78  7.2S  7.125  1.25  5.75    a.H  2nd  1.25  7.75  5.125  1.75  5.25 1  1.45  Meter Bank Prime Rale e.0%  For ��� complimentary market  ���valuation ol 'your property"  Call  Jerry Ridgewell  Your Resident Realtor  .986-2277  I Love To Sell Real Estate'  Lot I Mountainview Drive, partial  view lot, level and cleared In a  quiet cul-de-sac with all underground services. Privale panhandle access. Ready to build your  dream home. $79,000. Call 886-  3812 or 328-5534. ss  View Lot cul-de-sac. Hillcrest Rd.,  Gibsons. Developmem permit and  underground services in place.  296-5215. I24w  Roberts Creak Beat buy around  Mill available. 4.5 acres ol beautilul treed secluded property with  seasonal creek. Asking $119,000  or 4.7 acres ol rolling hills and  broom. Backs on forested crown  land, creek, ocean view, lots of privacy, asking $110,000. Call 886-  2352. f24w  For Sale By Builder Cape Cod  style, entry level living area, fireplace, 3 bdrm., 2 1/2 baths, nice  quiet street. Close to all amenities.  Still lime to choose colours. Ready  lor occupancy July 1. Asking  $179,900. Call 886-2352.   ��24w  In Sechelt, 1500 sq. It. 5 yr. old 2  bdrm. house on one lloor with  beautilul ocean view. Phone 885-  2354 or 885-2264. I22cn  CLASSIFICATIONS  One yr. old 3 bdrm. home with ove  Announcements  Appliances  Autos  7  1*  23  /T>  late rancher features: dining room  oak kilchen with eating area  Barter tt Trade  ia  sunken living room, 2 full baths  Bad and Breakfast  Births  Business and Home  Services  30  2  35  (GR.EAT  \��EJL  dbl. garage and a safe, fenced  yard. Woodcreek Park. $164,900  NO GST. 886-3374 att. 5pm.#24w  Business Opportunities M  Campers                  25  ChtldCare                  37  Commeicial for Rent    32  j  i��fff��f  '    MORTGAGE  Entertainment  33  ������aVaVat^M  !        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Four bdrm home plus 1 bdrm suite,  West Sechelt. excellent investment, $145,000.865-5764.    ss  Almost new 1500 sq. It. 2 level  home in Gibsons, huge insulated  double garage, 2 1/2 baths, fireplace w/quality finishing throughout. Features include huge master  bedroom with full ensuite, walkin  closet, and a private deck. Home is  covered under a 5-year warranty,  priced to sell quickly at $159,900  including OST. 984-3386, G4G  Investment Corporation, Jim Giant.   TFN  TOPSOIL  Screened lop soil at reasonable  rate. W.0. Excavating, 886-9764 Of  cell. 11-220-1526 TFNs  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOGUE  5686 Cosvrsa St, Boa 1218  Seclsaan. BC.. VON 3A0  aeavjsit faxi  Van Toll Fraaal  Almost new module home in  Mason Rd. Trailer Park, deluxe  kitchen. L/R. D/R 2 bdrms., huge  bathroom w/double marble vanity,  soaker tub. glass bnck wall. This  home is bright and spacious  w/rrttny extras. 885-2323.  I23w  OPEN HOUSE: Wed., 1-5, Sal., 1-  5 Very attractive, 1 bdrm. 1060 sq.  ft. condo, 1 yr. old. w/appi. Large,  bright L/R, D/R, super kitchen,  roomy drone decorated with view,  choice location. Quiet, private.  Georgia Mirage, unit 36, 555  Eaglecrest, Gibsons. $132,900. To  view anytime call 886-0461. ��23w  1194 sq. It. homes from foundation  up, $55 sq.ft. 866-7309.    ��24w  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent cormon, very clean,  newly painled _ renovated featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white wait,  400 sq. ft. deck, fridge t sfove  induded, washer 1 dryer optional.  Excellent location, close to lerry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 6864095. $39,900. Call to  view. TFNs  Homes ,1  Properly  REDUCED!  Soemes ft*,, 932 Feeney. View,  F.S.B.O. 3 yr. Jennish Colonial, 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suite, 2 F/P, 3  baths, double garage, shake roof,  French windows. $245,900. 886-  (XB1,351-7866aflerBprt,.    ss  �� x 330'of ptlrre low l>*a*k water-  IrrtinGibaWsHubournear Gibsons Marina. House needs repair  but could be fixed up lor recreational or rental use. Property  zoned Tourist Commercial (C-2).  Double garage pkis storage shed.  $189,500. Phone Jennifer 1-689-  7070. ss  One acre in peaceful lower  Roberts Creek. Partially cleared  with nice trees. Exceptional properly al the end ot the road. $135,000.  886-7372. ss  752 Hwy. 101,50x288 lot, 3 bdrm.  older house, $165,000.686-9049  7.   Announcernei  HULLABALOO  wlth:artworkshop,goody  bags, faccpaintlngtlr lun.  Call 1385*6203  lo book yours!  Anyone interested in joining a  paddling dub (kayak or canoe) to  get out and enjoy good company,  good tood and great wilderness  scenery, please call Laurie al 865-  6440 or John at 885-0144. Boat  rental avail. No experience neces-  saty. ��4w  COUNSELLING ,  For individuals, couples, t (amies, p k���*', aaali  Call Mary Lang (R.S.W., M.S.W.)  MMm ffi. COMMUTER WANTED~  Are you feeling tense or have Wl- for dairy delivery of papers to the  ing energy levels? Polarity therapy ferry. Please call Pat at 886-2622.  is a touch lechnique which aims lo Thankyou. TFNs  balance the body's vital energy  and to release tension. For information and appointments please  call VonnieMcKelvey 663-9653.  12301  TWIG FURNITURE  Stephen Carroll will be displaying  his crall every Sat. behind the  Shadow Baux Gallery, Cowrie St.,  Sechelt. (weather perrrttting).#23w  0  Sunshine Coast  Communily Seivices Society  Annual General Meeting  Wednesday, June 16,7:00 pm  5638 Inlet Ave, Sechelt  All Community  Members Welcome  5:30 pm  Reception lor Donore  POTTERY SALE  Handcralted Stoneware by Elaine  Futterman and Mike Allegretti  Creek Clayworks. Studio open  house Sat. 5 Sun., June 5 5 6,  10am-4pm, 1738 Lockyer Rd���  Roberts Creek. 885-2395.  I22w  Private Tuition  Experienced fully qualified teacher  available. Seniors exam preparation techniques. Elementary students - all subjects. 886-8468.  I24w  The Exhibition  of the  Terry Boat Ride-  by Greta Guzek  continues.  Serigraphs available at  a Show Piece Gallery K  2SO Goaver Point Road.  Caisson'. Landing ��� 886 9213  HnrjSonq  A Special  Gift Store  Dedicated to  Personal Growth  & Development  Books, Cards 4 Tapes  Crystals 4a Rucks  Native An  Silver Jewellery  Incense at Rumen  Meditation at Yoga Supplies  Chimes for Peace  ���tONMYTOSATUWAY  10-5  885-9337  Summer choral singing camp lor  children ages 7 to 16 yrs. For Wor-  matlon and registration 685-2460.  ���22w  fd-^SlIIas-aiJI  Jtml&fffttNttt-t  SraascaadBlallln  PrcKrfcd Flowtn  a-idfltoulto-ricr*  Sf-Wfia/lkiinor aWCTMion*  Gift Wnppim ��� Otl Dmkeu  Prt-wwd Camtm ��� Wed** Bouquett  rlsnr f>89 Hivy 101  at Mnrtin Rd., Gibsons  88rV 9155 ��� W��d iril 10  TUPPEHWABE  Perfect for home, boat, RV, sum-  mer cabin. Host a parly or shop by  catalogue! Call Cindy 665-7969.  K2W  Hunter Gallery now showing 'Arizona-Recent Works' by Vivian  Chamberlin until June 5.    I22w  SALE  Every Sat., 504 S. Fletcher (above  Checkers). Stretch leggings, tank  tops, rainboe odours. J. Boe. 888-  7955. ��24w  Maria,  Tonight, tonight, wont be just any  night.  Tony                          t24w  The cat's meow in  consignment doming doesn't  pussyfoot around. We have  our paws on the cause  without using our claws.  The purr-feet spot lo shop  lor quality clothes at prices  that won't gel your lur upl  LYNDA'S i~ )  BOUTIQUE 'ai  Ellen Besso�����  Kt'tucttK m for the brxly  & the mind  Reduced pain &  increased well being  8884274  Four Tuesday evenings  every month 7:00-9:30  Rockwood Lodge Sechell  Denise Olson L.Mkfwtfe  686-3847 #24*  Drop off your  CMSTNCWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  In Pender Hfarbour  A FrlaaantHy PaaaOpt�� P1aSJC��"  Sunshine Coast Transition  Houaa. A safe place for women  and children in crisis. Free confidential 24 hour service. 885-2944   TFN  We buy beer bottles and beer  cans, paying 80 ��/doz. 886-6039.  TFN  BROOKS ft MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints |  Ewirtetrrmnt  FrlavlyPtirm  <n AH Cotourt ot  ..eld-ting Onmr  Bill Wood  SECHELT  _A  Bus 885-2923  flj_- Ret. 885-50581  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton tiuck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  865-3917. TFNs  Adult children ol Aicoholks or dys-  lunctional families please call 866-  3649 or 885-4622 lor help.    NC  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7883,24 hour line.      TFN  LOGOS  ��� fca- AU. YOUR GRAPHIC NEEDS  CALL 885-0244  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Dog �� cat boarding. Dog training,  "Science Diet' pet foods. 686-  8568. TFN  African Pigmy goats. Does, bucks,  kids. Excel, pets and bush clearing. 883-2990 ss  Help reduce Ihe pet over-population problem ��� spay or neuter your  pal- NC  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then tt Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716orMarlee Faslvons.    NC  Appliance:  Philco 21 cu. It. SXS white FF  Iridge, new compr., beautilul, $669:  GE almond 16 cu. It. 2-dr. FF,  $429; Hotpoint Comado washer t  dryer, 'almond, beautilul shape,  $579 pr.; Kltchenaid builtin dishwasher, Mack, energy saver, $297;  Baycrest 30' almond sell-clean  stove, $369; Whirlpool almond 15  cu. tl FF 2 dr. fridge, $429; Gibson  15 cu. ft. h. gold fridge, 2 dr., FF.  And much more. Guaranteed 90  days to 2 years, parts 1 labour.  Phone Bjorn 685-7697 or Comer  CtiJboard 8854434. I22w  Doss sotwofie in your lamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  686-9903, 885-7484, 866-9059.  Al-Ateen 886-2565 or 685-7484.  Two 75W Peavey monitors,  Yorkville 250W bass head, $800.  8854649. ��22w  Sailing  lor adults too. Evenings and/or  weekends. Phone Gibsons Yachl  Club 6664500. >24w  TENTERS!  Boolhill R.V. Park is now accepting  overnight tenting. 866-9764.TFNS  Piano Tuning  __\      ��� repairs  J__n ' 'PP"lMl��  Wi  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  .Reconditioned oppliancai  wim worronry  ���New Inglis line  ��� We sail porlt  417IWIM. OlkKwa      W*w��*   rvenmore washer and dryer, good  cond., $400 OBO lor pair. 685-  3782. I22w  WANTED ��� smaller upright piano.  Good condilion. 865-5552.122cn  REWARD $100  Stolen or lost, 2 ft.x2ft. plastic zip-  bag lull ol collection ot imported  cloth and weavings. Missing since  1991. Return to Roberts Creek  Store, no questions asked, or inio  leading to recovery. 685-3512  Rhonda. #22w  Diabetic medical alert necklace at  Soames Beach. 7 yr. old needs it  desperately. 686-2069.     I22cn  All black Lab/Retriever X, 9 mos.  old, near Metcalfe Rd. Rbts. Ck.  has chain with Washington licence  lag. 886-9994 or 886-9874. K22w  Ladies Cooper baseball glove, tan  colour with Alice written on the  side. Lost along highway between  Gibsons 4 Sechell. 886-2219.  ���22w  Losl to a maroon astro van, near  Reed Rd., a mother Muscovy duck  and 7 ducklings on May 26 at 6pm.  My daughter misses them terribly,  she's part of the tamily. Please  return or call 866-3270 with inio.  ���22w  Long-haired while male cal with 1  blue, 1 gold eye, behind Big Mac's.  He is greatly missed. 665-2540 or  685-2332. #22w  Limited Xmas space available to  sun spots. W.L. Travel. 685-2964.  12401  Used fridge, under $100. 885-  4288. #24w  Children's trikes, wagons and  wheel barrows in good cond., 885-  7759. I24w  Sunshine Coast Model Railroad  Club seeking approx. 400-500 sq.  ft. of building space for club railroad layout In Gibsons/Rots. Ck.  area. Prepared to pay a modest  rental or willing to provide labour t  material to upgrade building space.  Long term ore. desired. 6864916  or 866-8633 alt. 6pm.       I24w  Used backhoe lor home use. 685-  3563 eves. ��22w  Kayacking lile belt; crab traps.  Phone or lv. mess. 886-7355.  ''       '        ;���'  :TFN��  Set of captain chairs with wooden  spindle backs. Solid oak table.  While Indge/lreezer and stove, pair  of French doors. 886-8836.    tl  Oars/oar locks, lile belts. Call 886-  73551V. mess. TFNs  Good used plywood, 4 sheets 1/4    inch, 3 sheets 1/2 inch, 3 sheets  ���  5/6 inch. G.O.S. or knots b.s. 686-  I  2669. ��23cn  Set of Toyota car keys on Reed  Picnic table, roofing shakes, wood-  Rd., May 24.886-2283.     I22w    en siding. 885-2467.        I22w  Pair     ladies glasses neai K  Armour's Beach. 666-3748. ��22w  T1WICALH8H  Free lish when buying others. 25  cents ft up. 886-9690      I22cn  7 week ok) kittens. 685-2250 eves.   ��2w  Fridge J stove in good cond. You  pickup. 886-9896. ��22cn  Sheared 5 fleece, 1 brown. 886-  2543. I22cn  Solid oak dining room set, 6 chairs,  $600; 6-pce. solid oak bedroom  suite, 4 poster bed, $1200.865-  9694. #22w  EXCELLENT CONUmON  Kitchen table with four chairs $  glass colfee table. 688-7323.  #2201  Furniture, almost new, country  style, solid pine, hand-rubbed  beeswax finish: cupboard for home  entertainment centre, $350; blanket box, $200; bookshelf, $200; old  olfice hatrack, wood, $35; charcoal  grey Ikea rag rug, 5x7, $35; almosl  new Bombay C ompany telephone/bedside table, $75.886-  9865. TFNs  TWIG FURNITURE  Chairs, $65; coffee tables, $65;  stools, $55; plant stands, $25 and  much more. Call Stephen 886-  8656. I23w  CHAIR REPAIRS  We can re-glue those  wobbly old chairs.  TIM CLEMENT  ���aa-aaia  1044 Saumaunl Way. Gitasona  Great present-antique Dutch wall  clock, copper lace and weights,  sun and moon plates, $600.866-  7307; ss  Malching anlique style couch and  chair, $250.885-1957fl85-3845ss  Pigmy buck kid, 2 mos. old. Greal  pet t bush forager. $75.685-7570.  ���24oi  Lovebird with large cage, very  tame - friendly, $50; Finch with  small cage, $20; turtle with aquarium, $25.886-3673.        I22cn  Ducks, $7.50; ducklings, $2.50;  gander, $10; duck eggs,  $2.00/doz. 885-6409.        I24w  Home lor Golden Retriever, lor 2  week periods during summer,  $50/week, food provided. 885-  4755. ��22cn  Terrier X, 7 yrs., neut. male. Greal  for a couple or a family with older  children. Good with cats. All shots,  $25.686-3236. ��24w  Fairway Stables  English Riding Laaaona  Children and adults, beginners to  experienced nders welcome. Experienced, certified English instructor.  685-5423. I24w  CATZ c-;  l)AW(,S  MOVING SALE  Moving to tiny trailer! Art prints,  posters, lurniture, books, videos,  dothes, appliances, kitchen stuff.  Sat., June S, lam-lpm. 456  Gower Pt. Rd. (across from Yacht  Club). TFNs  Sat., June 5,10am, 1545 Thompson Rd., Langdale. ��22w  Moving Sale ��� beds, chair, Franklin  stove, end tables, TVs, lamps, corner bench, table 1 chairs, plus  more. June 3.415,316 Gower Pt.  Rd. For Info 8660230.      S22w  Bed, mattress, folding closet doors,  boat fenders, Sal., June 5, 9-3,  4926 Arbutus Dr., Davis Bay.��22w  MuHi lamily garage sale Sat., June  5,10am-3pm, 12556 Wannock  Rd., Fran. Pan. ��22w  June 5,102, Metcalfe Rd., Rbts.  Ck. ��23w  Big garage sale, donl miss! June  5,544AbbsRd. I22w  4 silver tones SISO ea or $250 ea,  with cages. Also peacocks, male  $125, female $75.1 red-golden  pheasant $25.883-9430.    I23w  2 riding horses, geldings, 10 yrs  old. 885-5444. I23cn  Westinghouse, 5 cycle portable  dishwasher, good working ootid,.  $125.686-7722 leave message.   TFNs  30' Westinghouse elec. ranges.  Good cond. White $75. Copper-  tone $125.686-9356.       12601  PYRAIID DOG TRAINING Frost-tree Iridge, harvest gold, 15  Private classes, problem solving, cu. fl. Good working cond. $200  cetlrlied trainer. 666-2854. #26cn OB0..886-2417. I22w  Maltese puppy, male, 4-1/2 mths, Amana ItM washer 1 dryer, used  c/w portakennel, dlx leash t much less than 1 yr. Paid $1,600 tm set  more. $150.686-3043.     ��22cn $975/pr. 686-3483. I22cn  3 pee sectional couch $200. Folding cane chairs $12 ea, Mac Plus  computer 5 mg ram $450.19 in.  colour Panasonic TV $76. Drill  press stand, 14 gauge heavy duty  elect cord 140', glass firescreen,  utensil set. 885-2995.      I22cn  1.3 cu. ft. microwave. $100; couch  12 chairs, $50; 240 V. space  heater, $60; large covered utility  trailer, $500060.866-9132.I24W  Ereellenl Alder Firewood cut to  size, full cord, $95. Delivered anywhere. Call David 885-5636.��27w  Nikon F3HP PRO camera, MD4,  MP4, Nikkor 35-105, f 2.6 barely  used, sacrifice, $1000.686-2192.    ��4w  TOPSOIL  Gravels, Fill, Sand. Reasonable.  CaH Doug 885-5070.        I24w  For clothing ( misc. bargains,  check om The Comer Closet. Now  taking summer cotisagnments. 886-  8078. I24w  Firewood lor sale. Price varies lo  location S order. Get ready lor tall  and winter and save money. Dale  9664899. I24w  Good working cond., Fridgidare  stove, $125; Inglis washer/dryer,  $250; Wedrajhouse chest Ireezer,  $125; 2 dog houses. $25 ea.; overhead oak kitchen cupboard, glass  doors both sides, $100; 4 area  rugs. 885-5979. ��22w  Couch 1 chair like new $300.  Mountain bike $50.685-7334.   ��23cn  Mrctowave table, wood grain , like  new $50. Slate blue love seat,  chair 1 ottoman. $250 like new.  Brown velvet swivel rocker as new  $125. Bedside table $5.886-6991.   S23cn  Solid wooden butcher block table  with 4 chairs $250.866-0066.   Mtai  Heavy duly utility trailer, alec  brakes with Reese hitch. $7fX  080.683-2368. ��23cn  - Coast News, May 31, 1993  17  Hidden Treasures Used Books -  20% off cash sales, May 31-June  15. Two locations - 459 Marine  Dr., Gibsons 6 5520 Inlet Ave.,  Sechelt. 124*  infant safety helmet Fisher Price  high chair, playpen, IBM Seleclra  typewriter, answering machine.  885*430. 122*  LOOKING  FOR  SPECIAL  HELP?  Two cheslerlield suites, $200 and  $150 OBO; elec. stove. 886-7642.  ^ ��23w  December Forest ProducU H��*h  quality split alder firewood. Cul to  any length. Cedar kindling available. Full Cord. $95 plus delivery.  Pender Harbour, Sechelt S Gibsons. 885-0340. ��23w  '68 Woodmizer 40HD bandsaw  mill. Trailer pkg - 550 hrs. lap siding attach., carriage cover, aulo  grinder, tooth setter, misc. spare  parts. $22,000 OBO. 866-3001 ss  Classic 87 Chevelie. Mini cond.,  newer battery, tires, head. Reliable 250. auto., Ket-wood cassette  deck. Moving, must sell, $1100.  123*  I Outdoor Benches,  Tables & Chairs  TIM CLEMENT  oinnittiiB  ���������-aaia  1044 Saamoaant Way, Qlbaona  m_t_Mm_i_ti_n_wt_*  Perennials  Low Prices  Melville Cottage Gardens  1685 Tyson, Sechelt  Wed. to Sun. 9 am to 5 pm  Closed Mon. Et Tues.  Nonh oil 101 btttrat Brosming k Mi  NORTH  VANCOUVER  ���  CAMPBELL  RIVER  ���  MERRIT  $195  IT PAYS  TO SPREAD  THE WORD  Car dolly for small and mid-size  I compl. w/light bar, near new, 1993  model, $1950 firm. 683-2246.  I23w  25 It. Owens, $1500; gas pump  and 300 gal. lank, $100. 883-  9107.  ���23w  15 cu. H. deepfreeze, Viking. 885-  9687 or 8907 Redroofls Rd. ��23w  Medium size travel dog kennel,  exc. cond., $35; new double  kilchen sink, white, $50; Coleman  generator 5000 watt, used 10  days, $750.885-7043.       ��23w  250 amp Hobart gas welder, $600.  665-3280. ��23w  Use. bulking materials, gd. cond.  886-9346 eves. ��23w  65,000 BTU oil lurnace S. tank,  $150 OBO; 4 matching chairs,  cushioned seats, wood arms, $20  ea.; blue recliner chair, $100;  exercise bike, $35; Sony radio/  tapedeck external speakers, $15.  8864287. *23w  &���*  SUNCO  Recycled Building Moteriali  French Doors/lnt.-Exl. Doors  Alum. 6, Vinyl Window!  Liphting/Kitchen &  Bathroom Fixtures etc.  VuHourilortorco-  iu-iin  5653 Wharl Rd., Sechelt  Kecydet Save  MON-SAT 9 am -5 pm  Temporary power pole $200 OBO.  865-3756,..,,, ��23cn  Alpha "112 'indusirlal sewing  machine installed In work bench. 4  yrs old. Purchase price $1,200.  OHsrs? Helen 885-2224 local 45.  12301  Canopy for short box, lull size  pick-up. 8854708. I23cn  Camper, lawn mower, power saw,  rototier. 685-7290. ��23cn  Trampolines, used demo and  rental returns. Save $$$. Phone  Flob 6834949; 985-3033.   ��22w  Custom exterior French door. Oak,  standard opening. $800 OBO.  865X3489. ��23w  Men's/ladies' 5 sp. touring bikes,  exc. cond, $75 tu. or $125 both; 4  drawer dbl. pedestal olfice desk,  wood top, matching padded high-  backed tilt, swivel armchair on  casters, exc. cond., $125. 885-  6313. t22w  Rowing machine, $75; exercise  bike, $40; rocking chair, $20. Chris  8854069. ��22w  Fresh Halibut - call Cathy 886-  7389. ��22w  Leather motorcycle jacket, $160;  RV fridge, works great, $110;  small mtn. bike, $90.8864719.  ���22w  MOVING - sect'y desk, 3 drawer  w/iyping cadenza: old useable  chesterfield; old stereo w/record  player; colour TV. needs work; 5  gal. lish tank w/heater _ canopy  light; box ol legal mamla  envelopes; Noma 41/2 ft. Christ-  mastree. 686-2199. ��22w  R.S.F. energy wood stove model  HF65R new $1,750. sell $950.  865-2503. ss  Prolour mountain bike, 16 gears,  goM condition, suit 10-12 year old  $85,886-3367. r>22cn  Furniture, almost new, counlry  style, solid pine, hand-rubbed  beeswax finish: cupboard for  home enlerlainmenl centre, $350;  blanket box, $200; bookshelf,  $200; old office hatrack, wood,  $35; charcoal grey Ikea rag rug,  5x7, $35; almosl new Bombay C  ompany telephone/bedside table,  $75.866-9665. TFNs  Yamaha electronic organ, $300.  Cal 2664321 or weekends 886-  7190.      ��23w  RHODODENDflONS*  AZALEAS  Same low price $3.50-510.00. No  GST. Large selection. Roberts  Creek Nursery, 2569 Lower Rd.  886-2062. ��3w  5-pc. walnut brm. ste. quean sz.  bed c/w mattress 6 box spring,  $300; dry bar lor basement. $100;  walnut entertainment unit, $500.  I23w  Laptop computer, Mac Ptawefbook  140, Incl. extra battery, carrying  case, 40 Mb HD, 4 Mb RAM, Software included (WordPerfect,  Magic, Flight Simulator, Quicken),  $1600.686-9665. TFNs  LAKES 14 PT.WAMOND  SOLITAIRE RING 14 K. GOLD  W/hean shape box, $250 060; 45  gal. aquarium w/light a accessories - plants, rocks incl. jade 1  corral and approx. 45 lish, incl. Ig.  silver dollars, $150.686-3673.  123*  42' pine lable _ 4 chairs on  rollers, $150; Atari st. comp., cokx  monitor, 2 disc drives, over 30 programs, $350. Lg. metal desk with  4 drawers, $100.886-3472. #23w  Seldom used: Philips air purifier  and de-xvtizer w/rt-placement filter  $25. Philips air purifier $15. Bton-  aire Clean mist 2.5 gal. humidifier  $65,686-9685. TFNs  Coleman colton flannel-lined  sleeping bag, seldom used, cool  weather rated $35. Air mattress  $10,886-9665. TFNs  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Brighl, spacious layout, excellent condition, very  dean, newly painled 1 renovated  featuring stucco celling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. It. deck, Iridge 1 stove  Induded, washer t dryer optional.  Excellenl location, dose to ferry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 686-9095. $39,900. Call to  view TFNs  20 It aluminum mast c/w hardware  $100,666-2366. ��24cn  250-gal. oil storage tank $100. Oil  tired hot water boiler, suitable for  hot tub or pool $400.885-2068.  ��24cn  Deluxe baby back pack $55. Car  seat $10. Bike seal $10. F.P. del.  act. center $9. Toddler potty $4.  Bed guard rail $4. Baby helmet $3.  Baby hardcover books .50c ea.  886-7160. ��24cn  Yeariing lambs. Perfect tor barbs-  cue, also some breeding stock it  spring lambs available. 885-3506.  12401  HYDRO POLES  BC Hydro approved, all sizes. Call  W.D. Excavating lor inlormation.  686-9764 or cell 1-220-1526.  TFNs  AGED HORSE MANURE  $20 pickup load or 2 loads/$30.  Robeits Creek 685-9969.    TFN  CEDAR SHAKES (LUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut. 885-2138  01685-5601. TFN  GOOD HAY  $5.aVBale Delivered  Straw $5.00ftale  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  Free Range Eggs  Call Between 12-1pm  885-9357   TFN  Parker i Hole 30.06,3x9 Bushnell  scope. Martin 444s Winchester,  Oueen size waterbed, Bentwood  rocker. 885-5467. ss  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  884-5240  TFN  Hrjaivy  Equipment  J.D. 401 tractor/loader 62 hp  diesel, 5,000 Ib lork on 80 in.  bucket. $9,500.885-7692. (22cn  81 GMC 5 ton dump truck, new  split rear end, brakes, etc. Gov't  passed 89,000 kms., $7900. Bob  8854804. I24w  Cat 955 track loader $9,000.886-  7727. ss  955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  needs some work, $3000 OBO.  866-2546. SS  Tom Richardson and Carl Nelson  have released their first album  together. 'Precipice' is a Celtic  compilation of original and traditional music. Bagpipes, guitar,  bodhran, hammered dulcimer.  Avail, in local stores. Please buy  one! ��2w  Binoculars, Nikon Lookout III,  10x50, $100.886-9665.     TFNs  Two 4x8 sliding mirrored closet  doors wilh track, as new, $175.  686-0435. ��22w  Sanyo 26' console cokx TV, exc.  con., $250 OBO. Jessica 885-  1980 HI. 4:30 pm. I23w  Kitchenatde dishwasher, $30; and  Mollat slove, $30; wood slove,  $50; a large Kenmore microwave,  $50. all woiking. 886-8906. t23w  Fill size camper trig, stove healer,  $1500080.866-2108. ss  .   SCREENED TOP SOIL  Quality soil at a reasonable rate.  WD Excavating. 686-9764 lv.  ttm. JFNs  SCREENED TOP SOIL  Quality soil at a reasonable tale.  WD Excavating 686-9764 lv.  mess.  TFNs   250 gal. fuel oil tank, $100 OBO  (empty). 886-2826. as  inflatable kayak, like new, $500;  call between 12 $ 1pm, 685*357.  TFN  VW F/G dune buggy, street legal,  lull top, mags, lots ol new custom  parts. Exc. In s out. Runs exc.  Ready for summer lun. Must sell.  $2,900,686-7237. 12301  ���64 Grand Prix, needs work, $650  060.685-5369. K4w  '79 Buick Regal, runs great, reliable, $500.686-7331.     I23cn  '66 Chevette, $1000 OBO. 886-  3880 lv. mess. I24w  77 Toyota wgn., 5 sp., recent:  tires, muffler, it*, eng., runs good,  $600,686-2102. ��24w  '66 Buick Riviera black on Hack,  new lires, brakes, t shocks,  PS/PB, exc. run. cond., $3000.  886-9751. K4w  1JB Ponliac 6000,4 dr., 4 cyl., fuel  injected, good cond., low miles,  $2900080.8654604.      I24w  1974 Volvo, new dutch and muf-  tier, $800 060.883-9590. #24w  1976 E100 Van, 4 sp., new paint,  300 CID, otters. 865-9648.     SS  '65 Skoda Sport, 2 dr. coupe, 5  sp., excellent. Elderly owned,  $1100.685-9863. ��22w  1964 Colt, standard, ft. wheel  drive, mechanically perfect, looks  good, new winter Ires 8 summer.  AM/FM, radio scanner, hatchback  $1650 080. 685-7535 or mess.  8654714. I24w  1961 Chevy Citation, 4 dr., HB, 4  cyl., good cond., $800.885-6401.  I24w  75 Beetle, auto., 1800 cc, engine  rebuilt, luel Inj., new battery,  $1400.8864506. I23w  '85 Skoda, deluxe model, $900  OBO. 886-3136 eves, or lv. mass.  ���23*  1990 Chev Sprint. 2 dr, auto.  28,000 kms. Immac. cond. $4900.  865-5012 eves. I23cn  Why buy a Miata, when you can  have the real thing? 1974 TR6,3  owners, 74,000 miles. Original  throughout. New clutch, new battery. $5,250. No offers. 885-0898.  12301  1975 Lincoln Continental, runs  well. $1,600 OBO. 885-0175.  12301  1979 Chev Nova 6, aulo. New  tires, etc. Good cond. Ecorxxttical  S reliable. 8854706.       12301  '81 Plymouth Reliant sm. wagon.  $1,500.6864900. 12301  '84 Volvo QL wagon, aulo., exlra  child seat, good cond. $7,200.  686-3444. <22cn  1962 Mazda RX7, good cond.,  new clutch, brakes, $3100, 886-  6032. ss  1965 Honda Accord EX 4 dr.  aulo., power sunrool, cruise control, power windows, power door-  locks, new tires, new exhaust,  power brakes, Honda stereo,  $5000 OBO. 686-2754.     #22w  1980 Buick Riviera 61,000 kms.,  good cond., $2200 OBO. 885-  8899. ��23w  '82 Ford Escort, standrad, good  engine, 1 owner, $1000. 885-  7396. *23w  t961 RX7, aulo., loaded, exc.  cond., must see, $4300. 865-  0221.  *22w  79 AMC Concord, aulo., good  tires, $700.866-7309.      ��22cn  78 Ford Fairmont, 6 cyl., auto, 2  door, P/S, 89,000 km. Exc. cond.  886-7784. #22cn  79 10th Anniversary Trans Am.  403 turbo 350, shift kit, 323 posi, 4  whl disc, power everything. $4,000  Htm. 885-5097. ss  1986 Dodge Diplomat, excellent in  iout 129,000 k's. $3,600 060.  885-7718 or 885-0312.     ��22cn  '84 Honda Accord, sunroof, 5 sp.,  new tires, some rust. Runs good.  $2 ,200 060.6854054.        ss  '87 Honda Civic 1500S. 147,000  km. Peppy, black, good cond.  $4,950 OBO. 886-3464.        ss  74 Corolla, reliable, new tires,  looks good, $275.6864719.I22W  77 Ford LTD II, body great, runs,  $400 OBO.; 78 Cutlass wagon,  good tires, brakes, $300 OBO.  886-9381. ss  1984 Escort; standard, needs  clutch to make mobile, engine in  very good cond., exc. lor parts,  $400 OBO by end ol May. Call  886-2622. TFNs  1979 Jeep Wagonaire4w/d,fuHy  loaded, $2650. Call Pat 885-5591.  ���22w  Mechanics delight! 1961 Mazda  626, immac. interior, good tires,  radial, $350.885-7216 all. 5pm.  ��22w  '61 Ford Mustang, blue, good  cond, $2000 OBO. 683-2557.  I22w  1990 Suzuki Samurai, blue,  hard/soft lop, low kms, $7000.  6854972 eves. ��22w  1965 Plymouth Renault, excel,  cond. 4 dr. auto. A/C. $3.000.685-  8849. 12401  1971 Cutlass Supreme. P/W, air,  looks* runs good. $1,500 060.  1-240-2898. 12401  76 Chevy Nova, good running  cond. $450 060.886-7646.   ss  1964 Mazda RX-7, 78,000 kms. 4  new Pirelli tires, sunroof, rotary  engine, rebuilt dutch, master cylinder, Iront speakers 4x9 infinities.  Reliable 8 strong $5,100. Cal! Joel  865-5166 TFNs  73 V.W. van. Good condition.  60,000 miles on new engine.  Some rust. $2600 080. 885-  3917. TFNs  1968 Honda Accord LX, 4 dr, 5 sp.  95,000 kms. PS/PB, cruise.  $6,500.8664536. SS  '81 VW Jetta 4 dr, 5 sp, sunroof,  $3500080.886-7969. SS  CHEAP! FBI/US. SEIZED  89 Mercedes $200  86 VW $50  87 Mercedes $100  85 Mustang $50  Choose from thousands starting  $50. FREE information 24-hour  Hotline. 801-379-2935 Copyright  ���BC010410. #27w  1990 Honda CRXsi, black on  black, sunroof, 35,000 km, vary  dean inside _ out, $10,000 OBO.  886-7205 eves. ss  1980 CMV1 TON  Ladtkm-Trvck  Save$l,000's  Now|4��SO.obo  $700.*MU  1WEEKONLY  '81 Chsvxrtte aulo  '60 Citation auto  '80 .Mustang STD  '80 Votara 6cyi  '80 Chevatta STD  78 OMC 3/4 PU  76 Chaws-MSTD  77 EcsnoVan  76 aVt-a-tw auto  Centurion Auto  SA45 Wharf Rd. Seche  Call 885 4004  1987 Buick Skyhawk LTD. Excellent condition, one woman owner,  non smoker, immaculale, sunrool,  '63 Ford Ranger i canopy, exc.  cond, $2795 060.6864414.  MM  1976 Chev 3/4 Ion pick-up.  $2,500.8854196. I23cn  87 Mazda cab plus pickup, 5 sp,  62600. Full canopy, liner, exc.  cond., $6500 060. 665-7823  eves. ��24w  81 Ford Van, 6 cyl, auto, S.W.B,  no rust, undercoated, seats 5.  $3,000,686-2206. ss  '83 Toyota Mojave LTD ED. 5  spd, sun rool, loaded, 70,000 mi.  Canopy. Excellent shape t running order. $5,000.666-2003.  12301  '87 Mazda 4x4, cab-plus, auto.,  canopy, good cond. $8,200.886-  8444. ��22cn  Must sell 1969 F250 4X4 Lariat  supercab,     tully     loaded.  Propane/gas, many extras, exc.  cond, $16,000 060.885-7492,  I22w  78 Cherokee 4X4, runs great,  $650; 80 Ford van, 6 cyl, 4 sp,  reliable, $1900.6864719. ��22w  1989 Jeep Comanche pickup 4x4,  4.0 L, 6 cyl, 65,000 kms, exc.  cond. Asking $10,000 060.  Canopy 6 box liner ind. 6654228.  ���22cn  1975 Dodge propane 4X4, crew  cab, complelely rebuilt, $6500.  665-7516. ss  '91 Jeep Cherokee Laredo, hunter  green, 4 dr, 4X4 plus extras,  25,000 kms, $18,000. Dave 886-  3876. ss  1966 Nissan 4X4 hardbody King-  AM/FM cassette, 67,000 km. Call cab, V6, 97 km, $8900 or consider  8664906. $7000 060.     ITFN    partial trade for car. 686-7564. ss  1982 Cavelier, 4 sp, clean solid  car. reliable transport. $1000.685-  2948. ss  '65 Lada 5 sp., 105,000 kms,  good 2nd vehicle, $500 060.686-  4821. ss  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto, air,  power, white, exc. cond, 35,000  kms, $17,000.8864623.       ss  79 Ford stn. wagon, V6 auto,  good running cond, $475. 886-  9372. ss  1966 Ford Mercury 2 dr., 8 cyl, air  cond., exc. cond, low mileage,  $50000130.683-2512. ss  Good selection used tires, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  6854004 ss  '77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond,  $900060.8864648 SS  1  -maiinr -r n Malta '   '1 "ir re  , 1874 Delsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  060686-7378 SS  1986 Toyota Tercel, $3500.685-  7334. ��24w  1981 Pontiac Lemans, good  cond, $1000 OBO. Kris 885-9414  eves.  ��24w  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 OBO.  883-9234. ss  1974 Oldsmobile. new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $900060. 685-1943. ss  1968 Fotd Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  aulo/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $5995.  886-7520 Of 866-2111. SS  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  int/ext, rebuilt engine - transmission. Priced to sell $3850 Call  8864510 after 6:00 pm.        ss  86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  exc. cond, $3995. 886-7150 or  8864213.  1978 Bronco, new paint, rebuilt  motor, rear end, new gas tank,  springs, ball joints, carb, exhaust  and brakes. $5,400 OBO. 886-  7013. ss  1986 Ford F250 4X4, diesel,  supercab, $13,000 OBO. esS-  ma ss  1987 SI5 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass, PS/PB, aulo, tilt, Sony  stereo, new exhaust, asking  $5950.686-7600. SS  '80 GMC 3/4 Ion, $2700; '73 Ford  3/4 ton, $1300, both In exc. cond.  886-7774 or 6664027. SS  Big block Ford propane syslen,  w/tank, $1000. 686-3005 8am-  5pm. TFN  '69 3 Ion Chev, flatdeck, 5*2  tranny, new front tires, needs  inspection. $3250.866-3001. ss  Deluxe fibreglass 20-lt American  Clipper Mmome. 1976, new batteries, tres. brakers, avheel bearings  6 much more. $19,900 OBO. 1885-  2653. #24cn  1977 F250 Super Cab, CD player,  auto.. PS/PB. 1979 9-1/2 Wilderness Camper c/w Hush toilet, 3-  way Iridge, slove, oven, lurnace,  electric water. Both in excellent  cond. $5,995 lor both. 6864763.  12401  21 It. travel trailer, lully equipped,  $2800060.6834590.     #24w  Kit camper, exc. cond, wAie down  bar 6 chains, $2500 firm. 885-  2310. I24w  '77 Dodge Maxivan, fridge, sink,  furnace, stove. $7500.685-7152.  ���2201  1988 Kencralt 6 tt camper c/w  stove, Iridge, s/s sink,, excel,  cond. $5,200 060. 886-2366  evenings. ��24cn  1979 ��� 23 It. Nomad Travel Trailer,  seri-contairted, air cond, nice unil,  $6300. Tow vehicle avail. 888-  9774. I24w  16*6* trailer, tully self contained. 3-  way stove, fridge, sleeps 4.  Always kept under a roof. $1,950.  685-5265. 12401  Trailer, 10h.X6lt.110v/12v/  propane, good healer, $600.885-  6070. 12201  Tiavel traitor 13 ft, enclosed toilet.  $1,650.8864467 ss  P/U Camper, $600.6654137.TFN  23 It. Fold camper-bus, exc. run,  new tires, $3000 OBO. 8864061.  ss  11 It. PU camper, clean, good  cond, many new addons, $2400.  886-3075. #22w  76 Travel Trailer, 28 It., fully  equipped, sleeps 4, $4200. 883-  9382. #22w  17 1/2II. travel trailer, sell-contained, sleeps 6, exc. cond.,  $2750060.665-7043.      ��23w  Holiday Rambler Travel Trailer,  29 It. rear bedroom, bath tub,  good cond, $9600. 885-2777 or  865-7142. I22w  1966 21 It Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin, 6 cyl Mercriieer. 170  hrs on boal, Idly equipped for fishing. Over $30,000 new, asking  $15,500,885-2803. ss  14II Sangster w/40 hp Mercury,  comes w/trailer, spare prop, gas  tank, fish finder, good condilion.  Ask. $2,000.683-9976.     12201  Older 18 Sangster hardlop on u-  built trailer. $2,100 OBO. 885-  3374. *22cn  Concrete lloals, heavy duty 12  ft.X48 ft. and 12 N.X72 It, loam  filled corinectable, pressure-treated wood, galvanized fittings. 863-  2637. I26w  22 ft Reinell 165 I/O, complete.  683-9589. 12401  1984 16.5 Double Eagle 175  Volvo, 2-16 gal. gas tanks, head,  power winch, radio, depth  sounder, etc. Excellent condition.  $16,000,683-9121. 12401  16' Nomad trailer, tandem axle,  washrm w/sep. shower, H.W.T., 4  burner stove, oven, lge Iridge, furnace, grey J black waler lanks,  sleeps six. $4,300.8664445.  12301  1990 29 It motor home Glendale  Stirling. Many extras. Low kms.  Mint cond. $39,500. 683-9416,  9834392. 12301  1990 dlx. 24' motorhome A-1 condition. 886-9025. ss  24 It. Traveleeze trailer, $1900,  weds work. 666-9625.      I24w  RECYCLE  86 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player, $5795.866-7150.  ss  '89 Fotd F-F150 4x4 Super Cab  cuslom, 5L V6 auto, fully loaded,  only 51,000 km, exc. cond.,  $14,700.88 Chev Cavalier R.S. 4  cyl. F.I. 6 spd. manual, only  71,000 km, exc. cond, $5200.  886-2219 or view 857 Poplar  Lane. sa  Dalsun 240Z body parts, rec. eng.;  79 Dodge 1/2 Ion step-side with  canopy, boat rack, $1260. 686-  7378. ss  1990 Dodge Ram, 6-pass. win-  dowvan, V6, heavy duty shocks,  exc. cond. 686-7623.        ��24w  1960 Ford pickup, $650 OBO.  865-9414 alt. 3pm, Kris.    I24w  80 Ford 4x4 SB 302,4-spd. Low  kms. on eng. 6 trans. 685-2151  alter 6 pm. 12401  1988 Toyota 4 runner, 5 spd, 4  cyl. 135,000 kms. Mint cond.  Extras. $11,500060.8664664.  ���23cn  1982 Toyola 4X4, new motor,  tires,box and many other new  parts, $4000.8854168.     ��23w  '68 Chev t/2 ton w/canopy, power  steering, power brakes, 305.  70.000 kms, exc. cond, $6600  OBO; 6 It. camper with Iridge,  stove, lurnace, $1700. Call 7am-  9pm 683-2924 or 883-9552 weekends. ��23w  1980 Ford F150 custom, new front  end, brakes, windshield, clean _  strong. $2,150 060.883-9315.  ���23oi  '51 Chev 3/4 ton pickup, 350 4 sp,  exc. oond, $3500.885-5875.#23w  89 Ford club wagon, 15 passenger, 1 ton, XLT, all extras, great  cond, $14,000 OBO. 8864380.  TFN  1988 F-150 Super Cab, standard,  $8200060.885-7043.     ��23w  79 Ford 3/4 ton 4X4,400 cu. in. 4  sp, good oond, $3295 OBO. 886-  2111deys,886-7520eves. TFN  32II. Holiday Rambler Presidential. Air, awnings, microwave, new  carpel, furnace, water pump,  $13,500 080.686-2546.  14 ft Crestliner, 50 hp Merc, 4.5  hp Merc, depth sounder, full canvas, elc. $3,000.6854285.12301  Older galvanized double axle trailer $750.20 hp Evinrude, excel,  cond. $575.886-2738.      12301  12' glass boat and 4-1/2 Merc.  Best offer. 885-4706.       ��23cn  Double Eagle 14 It, 89 Evinrude  40 HP, -91 EZ loader trailer, hardly  used, $3000.885-5372.     ��22w  9' Galleon row-sailboat, lully  equipped, good cond. $500.886-  7175.7.5 hp Mere! gas tank, 30  hrs. $600.886-7175.       12201  "19 FT LARSON" 1961 Mania  6,000 open bow 260 HP, 350  Chevy, new OMC outdrive, new  chuckwagon style canvas. Fresh  water conversion. Exceiiem cond.  Trailer induded. $8,000.863-9863  ���2301  ftCttLT MIME  twmtiTD.  CllUIIIIHMWTIvl  MC.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.Sj  MA B Y C    ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  U It. Hobie cat. $1400 OBO. 885-  5283. ��24w  14 1/2 It. Skookum design  inboard, ultra-rigged tor sailing,  $950060.885-5369.       ��24w  Used OMC leg. Complete 120 HP  OMC/Merc. engine, 0 hrs. with  OMC stem drive, very low hrs.  Both prof, rebuilt. AH access, kid.  Sell as a unit or separately. Must  sell. 6864899. ��24w  198117.5 Sunrunner w/EZ loader  trailer. V6 OMC Iresh water  cooled, 316 his. Jefferson 5 cokx  lish finder. VHF a CB slereo. Auto  bait tank w/timer, dual batteries.  Swim grid w/ladder. 2 yr. old canvas top. $10,500.6654570. ��24w  2411. Zeta Volvo, V8 260 leg, surveyed, Coast Guard Inspected.  883-9149. ��24w  1968 K8C Kingfisher 16 ft. centre  console, 60 HP Evinrude, gahr.  tral, $5800.886-7584. SS  Bayliner 24' C/B, rebuilt engine, 4  hrs, new upholstery, UHF CB, 2  depth sounders, $12,900. 886-  7255. SS  22' Hydro SwrH cabin cruiser, F/G,  350 chec. OMC Leg D.S. Rod  holders, trim labs. Low hrs. Needs  little to be ready to go. $2500.  665-3820 64 pm. Anytime weekends, sa  16 It. Davidson sailboat, 4 sails, fin  keel, 7.5 Honda, $3000 886-9224  as  14 It. aluminum springbok 17.5  Johnson outboard, $1100.886-  7198. I24W"  16 It. K$C Thermoglass, 70 HP  Evinrude, trailer, $3500.6864157.  ��4w  1611. Davidson sailboat, 6 HP  o/board, exc. lamily day sailer,  lines lead aft. $3295.8854797.  ��4w  1955 ��� 50 HP Johnson o/board,  two prices: number one, as is,  $1000; price number two, installed  on your boat with a 60 day warranty, $1300.685-9328. I24w  24' Reinell cabin cruiser, exc.  Shape, $5200 OBO. 8664101  br-lween 8 - 5 or (K8-S816 ttves.  TFN  18 It F/G Volvo I/O tandem axle  trailer, $3800.883-2297.       ss  23 ft. Sabrecraft 165 I/O Merc, 20  aux. depth tsounder, head, slove,  $9000060.8854784. as  16 fi. Sangster, will soil or trade lor  Zodiac. 685-2908. <24w  24 ft. Cabin Cruiser, new  Merc motor and leg, head propane  stove, sleeps 4. $5500.683-9253.  ss  whmn you  pay for 2 Insertion*  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  In either lhe Monday or Weekentk  Edition. Up to 10 words; 25 cents  for each additional word.  Fret: Lost, Found t fm  Swrw Soil Cfassff/orfs  $17 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then wilf be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  by classified deadline ��� Nor available for commercial advertiiars  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Idltlen W**��komUr  NOON FRIDAY NOON TUIIDAY  Gibsons 886*2622 Sechelt 885-3930 10  s_.UdM l-NCWb,    IVldy J I j     l��J  Ranger 22, VHF 5 sails, very last,  sleeps 4. Gary kU design $4200.  886-3490,1-977-7349 toll-free  pager ss  Coronado 15, trailer, similar to  Laser, nice sailboat $1600. 866-  3490. t-977-7349 toll-lree pagef.  ss  Hobie Cat 16 sailboat, trailer, nice  boal, i$1700. 886-3490, t-977-  7349 toll-lree pager, ss  12 It. aluminum boat $600, 885-  7167. ss  Vesl There is a reliable local propeller repair service. 685-5278.  TFN  Good 12 ft. aluminum boal $600 or  trade? 865-7167 ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SAU  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1991-1992  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.    TFN  19 tt. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust manifold, $3500.8864457. ss  New Patk - Nanaimo area, Dlx.  Adult Community. Rents Irom  $235rYno. For details contact 597-  3322. TFN  $35,900 FP - New 2 bdrm. front  kitchen, loaded, 6 only. 5974322.  TFN  14X70, $22,900. Must be moved.  5974322. TFN  Pad for rent al BrniMxook Trailer  Park. 886-2867. TFN  2 bdrm. Rockland Wynd, new floor  coverings, deck, elec. heat, 5  appis., util. shed. 6854401. ��24w  Three mobile homes tor sale. 886-  9581. I22cn  Rockland Wynd, southern exposure, some view, 2 bdrms., 2 bath,  living rm., dining, den. Brighl  kilchen has lots of cupboards, separale eating area, skylights, 1550  sq. ft. plus workshop. Low maintenance. 685-7505. I23w  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent condition, very  dean, newly painted - renovated  featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. ft. deck, fridge 4 stove  included, washer $ dryer optional.  Excellenl location, dose to lerry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 8864095. $39,900. Call to  view. TFNs  2 bdrm. should be moved, Wilson  Creek RV Park, $10,900. 685-  0804. I22w  199014x70 mobile home, 2 bdrm.,  2 balh, large yard, West Sechelt,  $49,000. 885-7125. ��3w  "I  1978 Honda 400, good cond.,  spare bike tor parts $600 takes all  886-7722 leave message. TFNs  '75 Suzuki 500 twin, good shape  plus compiele pans bike. Best  otter. 8854708. I23cn  '83 Honda XL 600R motorcycle,  good cond., $1500.883-2557.  I22w  '91 Honda CR250. Many extras.  $3.000.8864746. ss  1984 Yamaha VZ 125. Excel,  cond. $900.6854374.      12201  '84 Suzuki GS750 EF, blue on  white. $1500.686-7564.        ss  '86 Honda Aspencade. exc. cond..  28720 km, sacrifice $4,500 firm.  886-9595. ss  1985 Kawasaki Ninia like new,  offers. 8664622. ss  RestxnsiWeci*a4��ew/rJogseeks2  bdrm. house. Gibsons to Secret  Cove. Long term prel., $700 max.  8864613 or 886-9525 June 1 or  15. ��23w  Employed couple with small tamily  N/S, seeks 2 bdim. house or apt.  Gibsons area, $650 max., fot June  15. Call eves. 885-0140    I22w  Responsible couple want small 1  or 2 bdrm. house. Rbls. Ck.-Gib-  sons area. $40O-$5OO/mo., handy  with tools and willing lo work in  exchange tor reduced rent. Refs.  8864314. I22w  2-3 bdrm. home Sechelt srea lor  small family. Refs. available. 863-  2630, ask for Russ. I22w  Teacher w/family needs home in  Roberts Creek, Sept. l-JuneSOor  yr/rd. Rr*. 6854524 eves. I23w  Female senior. N/S. no pels,  seeks t or 2 bdrm. suite, Sechelt.  Gibsons. 685-5853 eves. 5 to 7  pm. #23w  In Garden Bay July 1st to July  31st. Preferably w/dock. 9254161  eves. 822-6640 days. 8224781  Fax. ��22cn  Family seeks small rural home  w/sludio. Lease preferred. $350-  $450. starting July. 8864475.  I24W  3 bdrm. house 4 appl., view, no  pets, rels, Lower Gibsons. Full  basement w/isc room, $750. 886-  9641. I24w  Gibsons, new 2 level home. 3  bdrms., 2 1/2 baths, huge double  garage, $1075/mo. 9844366.  124*  Gibsons, spacious 1 bdtm. apartment in 3-yr-oW building. Garden  level, 4 appl., walking dislance to  all amenities. Avail. July 1, $575  ind. hydro. 298-5215.       t24w  3 bdrm. house Davis Bay, N/S.  N/P, $7LXVmo. 885-5263.   I24w  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  mm  REALTY LTD.  Don Sutherland  Watertront, Grantham's  2 bdrm, lease pref., refs  $650 incl. utilities  Waterfront, 2 bdtm.  older home  Franklin Rd., $850/mo.  2 Bdtm cottage  semi-waterfront  Bonniebrook  laaaa $750/mo.  To share with single mom t> 9-  year-old boy, beautiful 3 bdrm.  home, spacious, bright, W/F. Rent  $500 plus 1/2 utils. Avail. June 1.  8864329. #22w  3 bdrm. Gibsons rancher, 2 yrs.  old, dose to schools and shopping, avail. June 1, $800. 524-  9422. I22w  2 bdrm view home Selma Park. 5  appl's. Rels. req'd. $600 p.month.  685-7168. ��22cn  Private 3 bdim waiertront cottage  with dock. Earls Cove. $475  p/monlh. 686-9600. I23cn  Inlet View  Semi-Waterfront 2 bdrm  furnished guest house  near beach access. Daily,  Weekly, Monthly. No GST  885-4490  Library student working at Gibsons  Library needs accom from June  15-Aug 31, 34 nighls/wk. Tracey  8244027 or Myma (library) 886-  2130. ��24cn  BUSINESS IN QIBSONS  WISHES TO RENT  COMMERCIAL OFFICE  SPACE IN SECHELT.  We require600-1000- sq.ft.  Please write wilh inlormation  on cash/sq. fl., length ol lease  required, maintenance costs,  when available. Reply lo Box  390  c/o P.O. Box 460  Gibsons, BC.  VON IVO  Need someone lo lake excellent  care ol your home and property?  We are a professional couple locking lor a large 4 bedrm home lo  rent Irom July. We have Iwo children I a nanny who accompany  us. We live a quiet family lite _ are  non-smokers. We enjoy gardening  and will care tor your properly as if  fl ware our own. Relerences. 886-  2963. release leave a message.  ���2201  Gibsons. 3 bdrm bungalow, beautilul ocean view, w/w carpets, F/P, 4  appil's, large garage, exlra parking. Avail. Immed. $B50/mth. 886-  8346 or 9364883. 12201  Still available. New self-contained  W/F guest house, premium quality,  5 appis., garage, builtin vac. etc.,  N/S, N/P,. 675/mo. all utils, rels.,  req. Mess. 885-7509.        ��22w  WATERFRONT  New 2 bedroom with large balcony  and 5 new appl., $825, lv. mess.  8864013 I23w  Downtown Sechelt 3 bdrm., 1 1/2  balhs, FP, 5 appis., $775/mo.,  refs. req. Call weekdays 9-5,685-  5831. ��22w  Acctxtimodation for one, bedroom,  kilchen, living room, comfortable  and private, Sechelt area, avail.  now, $450/mo. 885-4006.   I22w  New 1 bdrm basement ste. all utilities ind. $495/mth. One mln. to  ferry. 8864474 alter 6:30. I24cn  Shared accom. 3 bdrm beautilul  Davis Bay. $4tXVmth. 8854584.  I24cn  Roberta Creak Waterfront  Older 2 bdrm. home, lully lurnished. (incl. kitchen utensils) 1  bdrm. up, 1 bdrm. down. Path  meanders down to beautiful  beach. Trees and privacy with a bil  of a garden up lop, $800/mo. References req. Call Pat Tripp 886-  2622. ��24w  Residential RV sites, spacious,  landscaped, full hook-up $200/mo  ind. elec., ta!.. cable $ laundromat  avail. Ph: 666-7051 Elphinslone  RV Patk. 961 Cemetery Rd.��24cn  Coxy Home, large room, hot tub,  $395 incl. utilities. Ideal for student  or tradesman. 8864779.   $24cn  2 bdrm house Madeira Park. $500  p/mo. Refs. req'd. 885-5448.12401  3 bdrm. house Sargeant Bay area  on 6 acres. $775/mo. Chris 966-  7220. #24w  4 small 2 bdrm. duplex, $400; 3  bdrm. view Hopkins Ldg., $750.  Janice 432-9879. ��22w  Avail, now, new 1 bdrm Gibsons.  View - deck. Slit single, no pets,  N/S. $550 incl. utils. Rets. 886-  9043. ��23cn  Davis Bay 2 bdrm. suite with view,  $750 ind. elec. 8 refs. 685-3433.  K24W  New 3 level, 2 bdrm. N/S house,  W/D, D/W. 11/2 baths, huge deck.  Sept. 1 -June 30. $950/mo. 886-  7955. ��24w  View bachelor suile, West Sechelt.  N/S, employed. $400. Rent reduction for yard work. 885-5307.#23cn  Shared accommodation, single  parent, male, boy 9. Have room in  large funky house, big yard, near  beach. $400 share utilities. 886-  7356. I22cn  1 bdrm. suite with gourmet kitchen,  walk-in closet, private yard, very  dean, beautiful view, W/D, storage  room, avail. May 1 or 15, $500.  Jasmine 936-5586. ��22w  Monthly, Weekly, Oally  886-3343  Bachelor  Suites  BY MONTH OR WEEK  Avail. June 1.1/2 acre, view properly, very privale, 3 bdrms.  Roberls Crk. Leek Rd. $800 060  t util. 9864098. ��22cn  Private 3 bdrm waterfront cottage  with deep water moorage. Avail,  through July and/or August.  $795ftroinm. 886-9600.    I22cn  BCYCNA  H-ffTWH  OOUJMWH  ANDYUKON  COMMUNTTY  fCWIMKM  ASSOCIATION  310  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  a appear In mon than 100 community newspapers In E  and reach mors tun 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD, CALL THE COAST NEWS AT (604) 886-2622  These ads appear in mon than 100 community newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  and reach mors than 3 million readers.  $195  lor 26  wotdt  Central Gibsons, 1 bdrm, freshly  painted 1 carpeted. Beautilul garden, view, very private. $390+ uHI.  351454001255-2044.     #22cn  2 bdrm Mobile Home lor rent. 886-  9581. liacn  2 bdrm. home avail. June 15 or  June 30. $55u/mo. 886-7018.TFN  1 bdrm., 5 appl., on acreage, $600  ��� utils. avail, immed. 686-7461.   #23w  2 large modem duplexes in Gibsons, 3 bdrm., 6 appl., near  schools and shopping. N.P. rels.  req., $800-$825.885-9540. ��23w  1 bdrm. lurnished bachelor suile  near terry. Fantastic view, balcony  utils. 8, cable ind. $500.886-7394.  I23w  1 bdrm. trailer, lully turn, lor rent  June I.Doris885-3313.     ��23w  1 bdrm. suite with view in Lower  Gibsons. Suitable lor 1 person.  $450/mo. plus ulils. 886-7286.  ���23w  One person lo share 3 bdrm.  house wilh view In Lower Gibsons.  N/S, no pets, W/D avail., $350/mo.  plus utils. Please reply in writing to  Box 1629, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  ���23w  1 bdrm. suile, view, new paint,  across Irom Gibsons Marina. Avail,  now, $450.666-9737.       ��23w  For June 1 July, 1 bdrm. main  floor house, view, cable _ hydro  ind., $500/mo. No pats. 6864856.   ��3w  3 bdrm. lower Door, above ground,  Gibsons. Avail. July 1, $65u7mo.  66646881x980-2739.      *23w  Small trailer suitable lor 1 adull.  Cedars Trailer Court. 6854313.  ���23w  West Sechelt, 2 bdrm. w/view and  Iruit Irees. W/D, F/S, N/S, N/P.  $700/mo. 885-5991. #23w  Spacious 2 bdrm. main floor, view  home on acreage. Robeits Cteek.  $625,886-9600. ��23w  Detached bach, suite, walk to  ferry, view, W/D, summer pool,  $550 utils. ind., pet OK. 6664613.  12201  Gibsons: Furnished bachelor suite  avail, immediately. One bedroom  suite avail. July 1.886-2202.��24w  Looking to rent a house or willing  to exchange my apattment house  localed In Montreal for a house or  apartment located on the Sunshine  Coast between August 1-21. Ask  for Martin 685-7483. TFN  1 bdrm partially furnished view  apartment, Jolly Roger, Secret  Cove.$550. winter, $650 summer.  CENTURY WEST REALTY  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  865-9093  13.70 eartaddttional word  AUTO  gppgmumtta  FontAuvac.  ENGINES FROM $886. for  cars and trucka. Complete  nbuatovvitfinaawparts. SYr/  120,000 KM Warranty. 20%  Down-Payments later. Bond  Mecharitcal 6 am. ��� 8 p.m. 7  Days. 8724641.   BEFORE YOU BUY a tebullt  engine, compare qually and  service. CANADA ENGINES  LTD. IS THE BEST. Cars/  lg*ttTtij<*ksfrom$995. 5Yr.  limited warranty. 580-1050  (24 Hrs77Days). 1400465-  3570.   F-250,4X4's, Cummins Diesel, Explorers, Rangers,  Trucks. Up to $1800. cash  rebate. '0' down OAC.  Payments from $188/nwnth.  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Hundreds ol lop paylngjobs,  al occupations. FREE Detals. Overseas Employment  Services, Dept. CA, 1255  Laird Blvd. Suite 206. Mount  Royal, Quebec. H3P2T1.  KITCHEN CASKETS  CABINETS 1/2 PRICE. In  stock, countartops/vanltiea  also. Kilchen Crall Factory  outlet. Cash and Carry Cabinet Warehouse, 4278  Loughaed, Burnaby 298-  8277. 1668 Spall Rd.,  Kelowna 860-6638. 800  Cloverdale, Victoria 389-  1114.  UVESTOCK  LLAMAS (Legacy Classic  Sale VI). 60 Llamas being  sold by auction. June 12/93,  Westerner Exposition Fairgrounds, Red Deer, AB. Cal  (403)346-3148 lor details or  catalogue.  MACHMEHV  PACIFIC FORKLIFT SALES  LTD. (Eat 1972). Dozens of  good used lortdlfts available.  LP, Gas, Diesel, Electric. We  Buy Tool (604)533-6331,  Fax: (604)533-4563 evea.  Tarry Simpson (604)535-  1381.  EX ALBERTA FARMERS ���  Now available aerial photos  of all Alberta farms taken from  1853101986. We have yours.  The perfect gift for retirees  14004614276.   1 bdrm. suite, waterfront, betcony,  new carpet, painl, $375.8634177.  #23cn  Waterlront 1 bdrm apt. in Secret  Cove. NS, no pets, $450. Lv.  mess. 885-9368. TFN  NOTICE  POETRYCONTEST$12,000  In prizes. Possible publication. Send one original poem  20 Unas or lass lo: National  Library of Poetry, Box 704-  ND.OwlngsMlla,Md21117.  PfiWONAL  WOULD YOUUKE TO CORRESPOND with uriatlached  Christian people acroaa  Canada lor companlonahlp  or marriage? Ashgrove, P.O.  Box 206, Chase, B.C. VOE  IMP. Please state age.  Male Impotence easily corrected/prevented. Risk-free  trial period. Products now  available without prescription.  For inlormation write/call:  Performance Medical, Box  418, Velemount, B.C. VOE  2ZO. Tol-free: 1400463-  0121.  REALESTATE  NEW HOMES C.M.H.C.  Standaida. Real houses lac-  lory-bull tor your site, Urban/  Rural, 2X6-VVals R4O/R20.  Insulation ShowhcmesatDe-  Mac Home Sales, Surrey.  (604)587-2181"   199214X70 Moduline Modular Home. Skylights, Jacuzzi  tub, built-in slereo, more.  8X18 covered sundeck. In  quiel new park, Beautiful  Comox Valley, Couitenay,  B.C. $68,000. 1(604)338-  6523.  jEHVICEj  Major IC6C motor vehicle injury dalms. Joel A. Wener,  trial lawyer for 24 years. Call  free: 1400-665-1138. Contingency fees available.  Simon, Wener�� Adjer.   TRAVEL   Privately owned waterfront  cottages throughout B.C.'a  Gulf Islands, Shuswap,  Okanagan and other lakes.  To rent or list a property for  rent call 'Private Getaways'  14754600.  BLANKET CLAM***CD  AM  Place your ad In over 100  community newspapers  for only $195.00.  CaHWsirewspaperorlhe  B.C. and Yukon Community NewapapareAsaoda-  ��on at (604)669-9222.  LOWER GIBSONS  Office, light 8. heat ind. $175. .386-  2588 or 7364804. #22cn  1000-5000 sq. ft. central comer  location, Sechelt. 732-9746. t22w  GBSONSaUMXNG  721 inrinn Rood*  1,000 sq. ft. ol office  spooe tjvoiloUe, July 1st  offices con be rented  ind'rvicrually. For more infc.  or to view col lento d  872-0284 9:004:30,  Mon. to Fri. or 941-3036  For Rent ��� Seamount Industrial  Park, light industrial, service commercial, up to 2,000 sq It, 10' ceiling, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq It  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 886-2663 days, 866-9075  eves. TFN  Davis Bay/Wilson Cteek Hall available. Wheelchair facilities. 865-  2752 or 885-9883. TFN  industrial workshop avail, immed.,  Gibsons, 750 sq. It. unit, $475/mo.  9214751. TFN  Roberls Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parlies, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  ��  TOWN OF GIBSONS  .Administrative Assistant/Deputy Clerk  The Town requires an Administrative Assistant/Deputy Clerk.  The successful candidate will assist in the petformance of the  statutory duties of Clerk and provide administrative support to  the Administrator and Coundl. The position requires an  individual with excellent secretarial and administrative skills  and the ability to communicate eHectlvely with Coundl,  residents and statf. Prelerred candidates will possess post-  secondary education In administration, municipal experience  and should have or be working towards a M.O.A. Intermediate  Certificate. Consideration will be given to applicants with fitst-  dass executive secretarial skills and experience who are  seeking to advance to an administrative position.  Compensation will depend on exrjetlent-e and qualifications.  Resumes should be submitted by Friday, June 11,1993.  Dan Legg, C.G.A., Administrator  Town of Gibsons  Box 340, Gibsons. B.C.  VON IVO  WANTED  A community  minded individual  interested in writing  a weekly newspaper  column about issues  and events in the  Pender Harbour  area.  Serve the  community, enjoy  a regular writing  assignment, get  paid. Interested?  Contact the editor,  Coaet New*  886-2622.  Immediate full-time employment  avail, lor energetic, sell-motivated  short order cook. May apply at  Gramma's Pub between 3 to 5 pm,  Mon.-Thurs. TFN  Welcome Wagon opening. Seeking outgoing people-onented, self-  starters with use of car $ typewriter. A permanent P/T community career with flexible hours awaits  the right person. 8884416. ��24cn  Full time/part time greenhouse  help needed, Pender Harbour.  ��24cn  Assemble products at home. Variety d woik. Excellent pay. Call  amazing 24 hr. RECORDED men-  sage tor Iree details (604) 623-  2380 Ext. A74. TFN  Assemble light products Irom  home. Excellent income. Call  amazing 24-hour RECORDED  message lor Iree details. (604)  623-2380 Ext. IA74 (not a direct  hirer). TFN  EASY ASSEMBLY any hours,  $339.84 week, family of 3 earns  $4417.92 monthly. 24 hour hotline. 801-379-2965. Copyright  MC010452. 12601  HOUSE CLEANING  Honest, dependable and hard  working. 8854198. *23cn  SAMUEL H. GRIMES  PAINTING �� DECORATING  QuatKled Tradesman.  Free  8864407  I24w  Village Gardener  Weeding, lawn mowing, house sitting, or any odd jobs. 6864529.  ���24w  Experienced wood cutter to cut  firewood by the cord. Price negotiable. 663-9382. ��22w  Experienced electronics technician, TV's, VCR's, Camcorders,  phone Wayne 886-2952 AC Electronics. ��22w  Retired pensioner requires part  time handyman lor house, yard  and boatmaint. Secret Cove area.  $6 per hour. Apply Box 'C, c/o  Coast Mews, Btft-ee, StthMi, BC  V0N3A0. ��22w  P/T reliel receptionist lor busy  medical office. Good people skills,  computer experience an asset.  Resumes to Box 392, c/o Coast  News, Box 460, Gibsons, 8C VON  IVO. #22w  Local high profile resort $ marina  requites personnel tor houak-akeep-  ing duties. Interested applicants  please call Duncan Cove Resorts  883-2424, ask for Judy.    ��3oi  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED - Friends  of the Sechelt Library are looking  lor supporters of the library who  can be involved in upcoming lun  events. Do you enjoy gardening  arid lve in Sechelt? The Arts Centre needs you trom May to Oct. to  help care for their gardens. A  Spanish translator is needed to  assist a woman taking an upgrading courae. Very flexible hours until  mid-June A site manager is needed lor a one-day summer festival  in Sechelt.. For these and more  opportunities call the Vdunteer  and inlormation Centre at 885-  5881. TFN  Part time experienced ocean  kayak guide. First aid necessary.  8854440. ��24w  CDA to work Saturdays. Please  call Dr. Dan Kingsbury. 8864535.  I24w  New concept in dining! Opening  soon! II you are an energelic individual we would like to talk to you1  Now accepting resumes for all  slall positions for a lull service  restaurant. Please forward to:  Desperado's, l/DO Wendy Lav  ery, 5652 Ddphir. St. Box 1583,  Sechell, BC VON 3A0. Interviews  to be arranged try phone.   I23w  Permanent pan-time required lor  busy property itainagetrart ollice.  Knowledge of computers and  ���-..     -   .  procetlymartarjei->8n1amust.Call We look at all jobs big or small.  Marg at NRS Century West Realty F��' P'ompt, quality work at an  Ltd. 6654093. TFN affordable price, call Art Giea-    txecbt 885-3372.  Free Estimates  Firm Prices  Brace Fraser  885-9576  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  DOORS  Exterior and interior, glass, brass,  etc. Fancy or plain, custom or lac  ton/, delivered or installed. Great  prices 886-2844. I22w  LAWN/BRUSH CUTTING  Lawn maintenance, power raking,  brush cutting, pressure washing,  turf laying, asphalt/concrete sealing, rototilling, hedge trimming,  rubbish removal, bucking wood,  window/gutter cleaning, carpet/  upholstery cleaning. 8854737.  ���22w  WORD  PROCESSING  ��� Laser Printer ���  Coast (Mike Services  Phone/Fax  885-6390  aiallty Woodwork  Expeiienced house painter, wages  negotiable. Ken Derkach 886-  0901. I24cn  Needed: Drivers lor Wilson Creek  Patra's #2. Ask lor Steve. 885-  4244. 12301  Mature person with good organize-  toi skills to perform wide variety of  duties incl. ollice, customer service/sales and the handling of  petroleum products. Some computer knowledge an asset. Wages  negotiable with some benefits.  Perm, position, no weekends or  evenings. 2440 hrs. weekly.  Please send resume to: Box D, c/o  Box 68, Coast News, Sechelt, BC.  V0N3A0. ��23w  COMMUTER WANTED  For daily delivery of papers to the  terry. Please call Pat at 886-2622.  Thankyou. TFNs  Needed part-lime hair prolt-sskxial  for busy community hair salon in  Ihe heart of Roberts Creek. You  must be experienced, love your  work and be personable. Call  Jeanette at 8854512.      I22w  Driver Class 4 lor taxi service.  Contact Blue Wave Taxi. Cam.  885-2227. 12301  ttxperVsnced waitress. Please contact Wayne. 883-1145.     12201  ���24w  Have Mowers Will Travel  Too busy to keep the grass cut?  Reasonable, reliable,'quality work.  Yes, I do windows, too! Call Gail  8854737. I24w  Recovery Painting  Interior, Exterior, and Industrial.  Responsible 1 Guaranteed. Call  Jm 866- 0243. I24w  WWm Garden Service  Experienced ��� reasonable ��� reliable. Lawns, hedges, bed,  cleanup. Rob 885-3232.    I24w  lawn/Hedge cutting, movinglHatl-  Ing, windows/Eavestroughs.  Man/men avalable P/T, casual or  tegular basis. Reliable, ri-letences.  6864822. ,24w Coast News, May 31, 1993  19  35   Business 8a  Home Services  Bob's Hauling _ Removals  Top soil, gravel, sand, manure |.  10 yrds. lubbish removal. 885-  4e��4-     ��24w  It you wish lo have your lurniture  repaired belore summer holidays,  call 'JOPPE' Askola. over 30  years experience Antique restorations. Difficult repairs i, French  polishing. McColkxjgh Rd, Wilson  Creek. 885-7434. i22w  35. Business &  Home Services  DEITER  CONSTRUCTION  *~f>Cuslom Framing  fl ��� Deck! I        V --  fl ��� Stair.  L- V  ){��� Wood Siding H-S  883-9775  6-9 pm  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping ��� Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranleed  Work. Free estimales. 885-2109.  TFN  SUNBELT  CONSTRUCTION  ming to lock up  lifird Carpenters  886-2272  Tired ot trying to keep up witl-, your  bookkeeping? Phone 8864476.  I24W  B PAINTING  Interior, Exterior,  Residential &  Commercial. Small  jobs a specialty.  1 quamy workmanship  and materials - estimales tree  "let*  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting, free estimates. References  available. 6864463.        TFNs  For all your house cleaning  needs,. We're honest and reliable  people.8e5-5774. I23cn  C.G. CLEANING SERVICES  Windows I construction clean up.  Phone 885-7571. #23cn  Will's window washing, yard work,  Langdale to Garden Bay. 885-  7733. ��23cn  AreYou Wanting  Your Business  ToProsper?  Strategic Bualnesa  ConauHlteg  Available Al  Reasonable Rales  Tel: 886-2596  Concrete - Specializing in driveways, palios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, exposed  aggregate. 8864095.      TFNs  KAVNOR  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded and reliable. 884-5324 or  8864436. TFN  E&E1&  PHOTOGRAPHY LAB  CUSTOM  fetow&B/W  TUES-SATtO-5  BETTY DEMARCE  886-4586  287 Gower Pt. Rd.  Gibsons Landing  LAWN AND GARDEN  Specializing in garctening and  lawn maintenance  - Pruning ��� Trimming - Fertliang ���  Garden Clean-up  Commercial 8 Residenlial  68641801V. mess.  TFN  FOWLER  GENERAL  CONIRAOIiNG  site management  forming: framing  renovations: sundecks  plumbing  EVES. 886-7309  7*L  s5dk  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard cleanup, light moves, odd  lobs, quick, friendly service 885-  9694,328-1811 cel. I22w  Lawn/Hedge cutting, moving/Hauling, wlndows/Eavestroughs.  Man/men available P/T, casual or  regular basis. Reliable, relerences.  886-3822. ��24w  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets ��� Upholstery  POWErTOL TRUCK-  M0UN1ED EQUANT  eESTFOSSBlERESULTS  JUST ASK AflOWD  8*36-3823  Carpet t lino installations and  repairs. 6864191.- I22cn  I'M YOUR HANDIMAN  Porches, Additions, Remodelling,  Sdariums, No job too small. Bill at  8864360 or 24 hr. pager 1-977-  650* TFN  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 883-  12978. TFN  Custom Sewing *  Alterations  by qualified tailor  l***ric, fot leather  For t^poinlmml  pmjmcatl��lt-��]7$  news  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  & HUSQVARNA  FOREST S GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Forest & Garden  Dealerships  available lor Sechelt  Call Dorhn at  Tideline Marine  885-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY  Giving Gibsons  roads a seasonal  brush up  Starling JUNE 4:  SPRING ft SUMMER  HOURS for  Davis Bay-Wilson Creek  LIBRARY  (5123 Davis Bay Road)  Friday  12-4 pm  Saluiday 2-4pm  a*fjrr  First Chge. mortgage wanted.  $13,000,10 yr term. Property  value $150,000. Reply Box E, c/o  Box 68, Sechell. ��24cn  Small affordable franchise. House  sitting and pot care service. Pre-  established clientele, flexible  hours. Call Sharon 665-2228.��22w  Experienced, reliable watchman  available nights - weekends. 885-  5937156 message. ��24w  One ton truck lor hire. Yard work,  clean windows, gutters and pressure washing. Reasonable rates.  685-2108. ��24w  Experienced driver class 3 w/air.  Needs woik. 8854190. Don.l23cn  SMS.  NET MENDING  All nets, large or small.  Call 885-7788. I20w  Hard working college student will  do odd jobs, wash windows. Mike  ��23w  Light hauling. Yard and basement  cleanups. Seniors discount. Norm.  866-9503. ��22w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton tiuck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling. odd fobs.  685-3917. TFNs  Complete Bobcat Services  Excavating-Backfilling  .Wni'ng Walls- Treeing.,  Landscape Construction  Drainage  8864538  TFNs  Lawns cut, weed whacking, windows and gutter cleaning. Call  Rick 885-9699. ��23w  Reliable woman available for  housecleaning, no less than 3  hours please. Good refs. 886-  8314. ��23w  Couple with small truck,  weedeater, available lor odd iocs.  6864314. ��23w  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, lirm rates,  free estimates, no job too small or  too large. Bruce 685-9576.  TFN  Taper for hire. 886-4516.   *23w  Babysitter/Nanny needed for 2  girls 2-1/2 yrs 14 mos. 3 days per  week, my home. Refs. req'd. 886-  4621. ��22cn  Experit-nced, reliable, caring sitter  needed Monday through 'tors-Jay  btiginning June. Refs. please. 885-  8894. ,��22cn  Regular babysitter for Sunday  evenings for 2-1/2 yr old. 886-  2867. TFN  Kiddie Cat Daycare Centre has  openings foi children 29 mos. lo 6  yrs. Certified staff w/lirst aid, tun  learning environment. Daily outside play, walks, large lenced yard  and undercover outdoor play  area. Open 7:30 am to 6 pm. 885-  7759. ' #24w  18 month old needs playmate.  Phone Grandma 686-7490.l24cn  Experienced nanny avail. June 19  for live-in position. Leave message  8854034 alter 5:30 pm.    $24cn  Looking lor responsible babysitter  part-time in our home. 686-7997.  ��22w  Child care spaces available next to  Gibsons Elementary, flexible  hours. 886-7375. ��23w  Nanny required lor 4 year old $  two 1 year olds. Starling Sept. In  my home in Roberts Creek.flefs.  please. Call 6854707.      123*  Family dayhome (licensed eventually). First aid, T.L.C. Flexible  hours. Ref. 646-4527.      I23cn  Sitter required weekends and shift  work, Halfmoon Bay, lor 3 boys.  8854250. I22w  MINI STORAGE  LOCKERS  SECHELT .GIBSONS  U LOCK INC.  Gibsons: 886-8460  Sechell: 885-6422  *7att aa-eata-a- ay/ mttut,  6m Sire Wtutafemutt  MINI  STORAGE  885-0333  PROVINCE OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  "Name Act" (section 5 [1])  NOTICE OF APaiCATION  FOR CHANGE OF NAME.  NOTICE is hereby given that an  application will be made to the  Director of Vital Statistics for a  change of name, pursuant to the  provisions of the "Name Act" by  me: Patricia Janet Friesen of c/o  Box 1880, Gibsons in BC as follows:-  To change my name Irom Patricia Janet Friesen to Patricia Janet  Johnson: and  to change my minor unmarried  child's name Irom Alita Dian  Brouwer to Alita Diane Sort Johnson.  Dated this 31st day ol May, A.D.  1993.  #22cn  by Derek McNaughton  Concern nnd consensus over a "bad" intersection  in front of Molly's Reach, at the fool of School Road  in Gibsons, has prompted Ministry of Highways officials lo post crosswalk warning signs, and speed up  the job of repainting road markings.  "From a safely point of view, thai kind of comer  would never be constructed today. Il's a very difficult corner," said Gibsons administrator Dan Legg.  Area Highways manager Art I'opp agreed thc  intersection is dangerous and said difficulty gelling  road painters from Vancouver, and a need for warm  dry weather, has delayed annual road repainting  jobs.  "I know they're in bad shape. Wc usually don'l  put any |ncw signs] in unless il's by request. We're  gonna put one in Monday," said Legg. Fresh road  markings, he added, "should become a reality within  thc next couple of weeks."  Parking penalties  await Horseshoe  Bay commuters  by Derek McNaughton  Sure, it was only for one nighl; sure, it's just a  friendship, but it'll slill cost the overnight guest 25  bills.  Starting June 1, people leaving their car tucked  away in a discreet spot near the Horseshoe Bay feiTy  terminal, for one reason or another, will be tagged  wilh a $25 fine.  New parking regulations will soon be in effect,  following a bylaw lo restrict parking throughout the  day and prohibit parking overnight.  Vancouver police issued a notice last week warning of thc change.  Although Horseshoe Bay residents are mostly  exempt, alien cars will  be ticketed if they exceed the current three-hour  limit.  Coast commuters might want to pick up a copy of  Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina.  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  Seaview Market  In Roberts Creels  "A Friendly People Place"  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your .Secret's  Safe With Us.  Lwvfyaaaartara-satlaaimravtthaia.  PM/AninulCauT  Masai Ucssj1rsjai>dK>rs��iTilnj  lak��rrl*l��ntandYamlMalnla-nasnca-  IteuaVlloiiKCIiKksTrlJTrlnSaTlrx  CALLSHi\RON885-2228  Cualatat Haw* - WoUk  Ittieuuiitut  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Branchea Coeat To Coeal  Quiet - Very, Very Quiet  1^"  2.5 acres, sunny, Hat, lenced acreage.  1 350 sq. It. rancher wilh family room,  country kilchen, 3 large bedrooms, patios  & sundecks. Under construction: 30' x  55' healed slab for shop.  $215,000  Dean Clapp  886-3811  .em, m-K.1, Van M IT~: M, SOU Fla, III 55  Ii  THANKYQU  to our valued readers.  Businesses appreaateitwheft you  tell them yoitfead their ad in the  WEEKENDER  ���mtn  '.::_  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  m  Competitive Prices ��  886-7033  INVITATION TO TENDER  Project No. 92-121  Road Conatruclion  Sealed tenders are now being accepted by  The Corporation of the District of Sechelt for the  construction ol approximately 90 meters of 30' right of  way: and upgrades to approximately 90 meters of  highway frontage in Wilson Creek, Sechelt. B.C.  Tender Documents can be purchased lor the sum of  $50.00 plus 7% GST from Sacre Consultants located  at 201-5688 Cowrie Street. Sechelt. B.C.  Tenders close Tuesday June 1,1993. at 2:00 P.M.  Sealed lenders can be delivered or mailed to the  offices of the Engineer located at:  11 Delivered  Philip Sacre  Consultants Ltd.  201-5688 Cowrie Street  Sechelt. B.C.  VON 3A0  Phone:604-885-0192  Fax:604-885-0193  If Mailed  Philip Sacre  Consultants Ltd.  P.O. Box 1041  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  Phone:604-885-0192  Fax:604-885-0193  Inquiries should be directed to:  Mr. Chris Sacre Phone: 604-986-0663  Project Manager Fax: 604-986-0525  The specifications for the project are based on  subdivision and control Bylaw 30. which may be  purchased separately from The Corporation of the  District ol Sechelt, at 5545 Inlet Avenue. Sechelt, B.C.  40. Too Late  lo Classify  40   Too Lale  to Classify  Homes 1 Property ��� West Secrtelt, Autos ��� 71 TH6 burgundy, drives  1/2 acre lol near school. Lol 12 great, complete rebuill motor.  Norwesi Bay Road, good perk with starter, dutch, brakes, carb, motor  possible subdivide, $69,900. 886- still under warranty. A lun car to  2925. I24w drive, $3000. Call 886-2925.#24w  f Thank You *>  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  ,    The Coast News    j  YOU GET WHAT  YOU PAY FOR-  and it pays to advertise  in the  For the Best Results call  886-2622 or 885-3930  Notice Board M  Ongoing events must be updated monthly  We rc.ierve Ihe right to edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events  of genuine community interest  Ilems will be listed three weeks prior lo the event.  MONOAY, MAY 31  Canadian Fadaration of Untvaralty  Woman meeting, 11:30 am, SI. John's,  Davis Bay. Speaker: Teresa Newsome  on research forestry. Info: 885*3315.  TUESDAY, JUNE 1  Deadline for Safety Poater Contaat,  sponsored by Howe Sound Pulp & Paper  employees. Open to students of all ages.  Posters to be displayed al area malls  during Canadian Occupational Health &  Safety Week. June 20-28.  Wllion Creak/Davis Bay/Selma Park  Ratepayers A Residents Association  general meeting, 7:30 pm, Davis Bay  School library.  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2  Sunshine Coaet Arts Centra: sculptor  Kay Bonathan speaks on and shows  slides of artworks from S.E. Asia & the  Caribbean which have influenced her  work. Discussion of problems and  rewards of travelling as an artist  attempting to record the design elements  and visual vocabularies of other cultures.  THURSDAY, JUNE 3  B.C. Schizophrenia Society, Sunshine  Coast Branch "Sharing & Caring" Support  Qroup meeting, Kirkland Cenlre, 4602  Simpkms Rd , Davis Bay. For info or ride:  886-3534.  MONDAY, JUNE 7  Breastfeeding     Support    Qroup  anniversary picnic. All members and new  moms welcome. Come meet, exchange  clothing & ideas, A have fun. Info:  Roxanne, 1386-3230 or Laurie, 886-7900.  B.C.'a "Child Can Regulation" Review  - a community forum, 7-9:30 pm. Health  Unit, 494 S. Fletcher Rd., Qlbsons. To  schedule a presentation or for Info:  Qrethe Thorburn. 885-5164.  S.C. Sptnnora A Weavers Guild monthly  meeting, 7:30 pm, Kirkland Centre, Davis  Bay. Info: 885-3866.  THURSDAY, JUNE 10  R.N.A.B.C. annual chapter dinner  meeting to honour "retired" and  (volunteer) nurses, 6:30 pm. Omega  Restaurant. Info: Bev Miller, 885-3648.  St. Mary'a Hotpltal Auxiliary, Qlbsons  Branch meeting, noon luncheon, Hillside  Family Restaurant.  FRIDAY, JUNE 11  Sunshine Coaat Peace Group 10th  Anniversary Potluck Picnic Supper. Come  help us celebrate. Bring food item,  dishes, cutlery. Directions: 885-5007 or  885-2101.  SATURDAY. JUNE 12  Canadian Cancer Society 'Living Hops'  Rummage Sale, 10 am-4 pm. Masonic  Hall, Hwy. 101, Roberts Creek.  SUNDAY, JUNE 13  EX-N.W.T. Residents 7th annual picnic,  noon-8 pm, Bear Creek Provincial Park,  Kelowna,    B.C.    Bring    lunch    A  nt***-***  refreshments. Contact: Al Hall, 764-2347  or Harold Gltck. 768-2158.  MONDAY, JUNE 14  Sunshine Coaat Horn* Baaad  Buainaaa Association monthly meeting,  7-9 pm, Rockwood Lodge. Speaker: Pam  McKinnon, Sunshine Coast Business  Development Centre. Discussion:  Customer Relations. Info: Richard Currie,  885-6215.  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 18  Sunshine Coaat Home Support  Society annual general meeting, 7:30  pm, Board Room, Teredo Sqaure, 5710  Teredo St., Sechelt.  THURSDAY, JUNE 17  B.C. Schizophrenia Society, Sunshine  Coast Branch "Sharing & Canng" Support  Group meeting, Kirklanmd Centrte, 4602  Simpkins Rd.. Davis Bay. For info or ride:  886-3534.  SATURDAY, JUNE 1ft  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary , Qlbsons  Branch Branch Garage Sate, 10 am-2  pm, 1864 West Reid Rd., behind  Sunshine Coast Nursery.  MISCELLANEOUS  Coast-Garfbaldi Health Unit: Effective  immediately, the health unit's new phone  number is 886-5600. 26  Elphinstone Pioneer Muaaum, 716  Winn Rd., across from Post Office,  Gibsons.   Displays  are  constantly  changing. Wheelchair accessible.For  hours of opening or lo book a tour: 886*  8232.  Sexually Transmitted Diaaaaa Clinic:  Phone for appointment in Gibsons 886-  5600, Secheh 885-5164. 22  Single A Pregnant? Phone the Health  Unit-886-5600. 22  Hospital Tour: Phone St. Mary's  Hospital switchboard lo arrange, 885*  2224. 22  School Entry Booater Clinics: A  booster dose of diphtheria, tetanus and  pertussis is important for children  entering school. Gibsons 886-5600;  Sechett 685-5164. 22  Child Health Clinics - In Gibsons and  Sechelt May 25. No charge. Info: 866-  5600.  Tuberculin Skin Testing A Travellers  Clinic will be held in Gibsons and  Traveller's Clinic only on May 27 at the  Gibsons Heallh Unit. No charge. Info:  886-5600. In Sechelt Health Centre May  31.  Prenatal Claases: June 8, 15 & 22, 7-9  pm, Sechelt Health Cenlre. To register:  866-5600. Classes fill up quickly.  Canadian Mental Health Association  needs members, $15 fee covers operating costs of new community crisis line.  Info: Lynn Hauka, 886*8236. 22  Pander Harbour Aquatic A Fltneaa  Centre will be closed May 24. The centre  will close for summer holidays from June  14 to Sept. 11. Canada Fitweek: May 28-  June 6 - 2/1 fitness classes all week;  "swim to Texada Island" (count your  lengths to win a Fitweek T-shirt); RLSCC  Fitness Award, 4 pm, June 2; Hot Tub  Bubble Bath June 6, 7:30 pm. Tai Chi  Workshop with Merrilee Corder, June 5,  10 am-1 pm, $15 (pre-registration  required). Annual General Meeting: 2  pm, June 6 at the centre.  Sunshine Coaat Arte Centre presents  Degrees ol Intensity, sculpture by Kay  Bonathan. May 26-June 30; Wed-Sat, 11  am -4 pm; Sun, 1-4 pm.  MONDAYS  A A Woman's Group, 8:15 pm. Action  Centre, Dolphin St. (across from post  office). Info: 865-5680. 22  TUESDAYS  Parent A Baby Drop-In, 1:15-3:30 pm,  494 S. Fletcher, Gibsons. 22  "Living With Cancer" Support Group  meets every other Tuesday, Kirkland  Centre, Davis Bay, 1 pm. Info 885-5661  or 666-8369,  WEDNESDAYS  Parent A Baby Drop-In, 1:00-3:30 pm,  5571 Inlet. Sechelt. 22  Navy League Cadets lor boys and girts  10-13 years old. Develops self-respect  and discipline while having fun learning  new skills. Meets al 6:30 pm, Gibsons  Legion Hall, Sept.-May. Continuous registration, uniforms provided. Call Mike at  886*8236. 22  Sunahlne Toastmasters meetings at  7:30 pm at Chatelech Secondary, Room  115. Learn leadership, communication  and public speaking skills. Everyone welcome.  THURSDAYS  3C's Weight Loss Support Group  meets afternoons 12:30-2:30pm, call 886-  2692, and evenings 6:30-8;00pm, call  886-7159, at the United Church,  Glassford Rd., Gibsons.  AA Women's Group, noon, Action Centre,  Dolphin St. (across from post office). Info:  885-5680. 22  Co-Dependency Group for people living  with an active alcoholic or drug addict, 6-  8 pm, through July 1. Info: 885-5680.  FRIDAYS  Stroke Recovery - physio-fun-food-fellowship, 10 am-noon, Greenecourt Hall,  Meduse Ave., Sechelt. Volunteers to  assist are welcome. 22  Qlbaona United Church Thrift Shop, 1-3  pm, In basement, rear of church, Truman  Rd. 26  12 Step Open Meeting for Self Abuse  Addictions, 7:30-9:.30 pm, Sechelt Action  Centre. Info: 885-2893. 22  O 20  Coast News, May 31, 1993  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  Member of  ALLIED...  The Careful Movers  SPECIALIZED  MOVING  SERVICES!  ��� Custom packing  & crating  ��� Specialists in moving: PIANOS, ORGANS,  OFFICE EQUIPMENT, etc.  LEN WHIN'S TRANSFER LTD.  Cuatom Packing, Sloraga, Local A Long Oialanca Moving  HWY. 101, GIBSONS   r^^SSff_   886-2664  Waterfront opinions harboured on all sides  from page I  "Bul il's up to people to  complain like hell if Ihey want  lo see something else," lie said,  "I've given il my best shot but  I'm outnumbered... Why isn't  the whole waterlront a working  harbour?" Hume asked. "That's  my whole hang up wilh Ihis."  Councillor Waller Bradshaw  said his overall impression was  lhat "people arc generally quite  supportive of the thinking.  We're well aware that not  everybody's going to agree wilh  everything."  Administrator Dan Legg said  thc town expected feedback on  lhe working harbour ideas.  "There's a lol of comment on  the working harbour, which is  quite interesting," Legg said. "It  is thc first time the town has  tried to articulate some planning  for lhe waterfront."  Some residents also look lhe  lime lo write more detailed submissions, which will he  reviewed along with the olher  comments before council  decides whal, if any, modifications to make to the plan before  proceeding to a formal pubic  hearing. No date has been set as  yet.  Thc following is a random  sample of public comment from  the marine room walls:  ��� noi enough support for heritage;  ��� loo much concern for multi-  family development;  > create an uptown civic  square and park as model for  redevelopment;  On thc working harbour:  ��� It is paramount lo develop  Gibsons waterfront for all its  citizens.  They musl be made not to  feel blocked off physically or  visually from the essence of  Gihsons.  They musl feel ownership in  our waiertront;  ��� The working harbour concept should not be compromised  lo suit a half dozen condominium owners in the vicinity of  Coles Marine;  ��� extend lo Armour's Beach;  ��� extend thc seawalk;  ��� provide more public access;  ��� working harbour should be  kept inside the breakwater.  On parks and recreation:  ��� there's nothing which  approaches a real park in thc  plan;  ��� allow input into design  from people living in areas  around proposed parks.  Gerry Pageau pens his comments about Gibsons' draft OCP at  an open house Thursday. Charles Hart photo  *-x.  ^*s,  ��-x.  Carpet That Resists  At Prices You Can't.  -y  *<*  I  "*"<.  ^-^"*  t n     score  /  N  s  AmW*.m tiftu \ mym-  It Looks Better New...  It Looks New Longer.  BEUEVEIT!  CHECK OUT OUR WAREHOUSE FULL OF SPECIALS!  y  CARPET  LEVEL LOOP  STATING AT  tow  ^ SQ.YD.  PERFECT FOR THAT REC ROOM!  LINO  LARGE  SELECTION  $C95  PROM mtmWSQ.m  ADP NEW LIFE TO THE KITCHEN  ROLL ENDS  CAN PIPE  *7  95  SQ. YD.  ROLL OUT THE SAVINGS!  All available at THE floor covering store  Highway 101 Gibsons  Cradtf I iByMt flow MMffif NRa%  886-7112  Trailer  permit  extension  denied  from page 1  Furthermore, if the town  knows the properly is illegal,  said MacLarty, and someone  gets accidentally hurt because  of building faults, say from  shoddy electrical work, "the  people can come after us. So wc  have to act responsible," she  said. "People can no longer go  on without permits," she added.  "Wc need laws wilh lecth. This  was a frontier."  The property, near Boxwood  and .Sechell Inlet Road, was  originally cleared for Majestic  Pipeline workers as a temporary  place to house workers installing a natural gas pipeline.  Stockwcll, who said he has  owned thc land for 25 years,  built 40 sites al a cosl of  $80,000 and deposited with  council a $10,000 performance  bond - which has not been  returned. The town refuses lo  return thc bond until all trailers  arc removed and the site reverts  to its original state.  "I bent over backwards lo  make Ihis pipeline," said Stock-  well. "I losl aboul $60,000. I'm  jusl trying to recapture thai."  Sechelt okayed the project in  1990 on a temporary basis; on  thc benefits it would receive  from natural gas; and with the  understanding thc land would  return to a residential status - of  which trailer parks arc not.  Stockwcll said he has tried to  obtain a two-year extension, but  council is "not very compassionate at all. The mayor is  totally against il," he added.  Howe Sound  fiafst to close  from pollution  from page I  In 1988, Howe Sound was  one of the first areas closed to  harvesting after high levels of  dioxins and furans were found in  marine life around thc Port Mellon and Woodfibre pulp mills.  Since then, over 900 km of  coastal marine habitat has been  closed to commercial shellfish  harvesting because of dioxin  contamination.  According to the recent Stale  of the Environment report,  organn-chlorines firsl increased  in Strait of Georgia sediments  after pulp mills began chlorine  bleaching in the early 1960s. Thc  report states ihe 1991 decrease in  dioxins and furans is likely lhe  result of upgraded effluent treatment and pollution control.  Between 1989 and 1991,  organo-chlorinc levels in pulp  mill effluent dropped between 45  and 90 per cent.


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