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 gas^  The Sunshine  90.S  Published on the Sunshine Coast        25' per copy on news stands  June 18,1990       Volume44       Issue 25  Co-operation is the key  Bayside Sawmill  officially opens  "Bayside is proof that things  do happen when people work  together. Co-operation is the  key: employees, management,  construction crews, bankers,  countries, everyone...Because  of co-operation and  understanding, this community  has a specialty for North  America, a sawmill that is  almost completely geared to the  demanding specifications of the  Japanese market," Sotaro  Tsuda told hundreds of people  gathered to celebrate the opening of the new Bayside Sawmill.  Tsuda, president of Fancy  Tsuda Company, was one of  several eminent speakers who  congratulated the Tsuruda  family on their expansion. Fancy Tsuda imports specialty  woods from all over the world  and distributes these woods  from their own warehouse in  Japan.  The Tsuruda family has also  chosen lo avoid the use of  chemicals in the new mill.  Lumber which has not been kiln  dried develops a moss if left untreated. However, Bayside will  be using a new anti-stain treatment which does not contain the  toxic chemicals traditionally used. While it's efficacy is less  consistent, Tsuruda told the  Coast News he is talking with  both the manufacturer and his  customers to try to make it  work.  "We've made a conscious effort not to use the chemicals,"  he stated. -, ��na�� e'^tw  The new mill employs 40 ped-  ple at the present time, a  workforce that will be increased  by 25 when the second shift goes  on stream soon.  Bayside is the first of the  developments at Hillside Industrial Pafk. Within a year  they hope to have a kiln and  wood finishing facilities.  The kiln operation will be  structured to ensure that smaller  sawmills can use it. This is the  next step in the muter plan conceived by the Economic Development Commission and their  Forestry Advisory Committee  three years ago.  It was their intention to  establish a location and the  facilities to nurture a secondary  manufacturing industry. Bay-  side's opening indicates the plan  is on track.  When approached by the  Tsuruda family one and a half  years ago, Sotaro Tsuda considered their request for aid in  financing a new computerize  mill and decided it would be a  mutually beneficial operation.  Happily, he applauded the contributing factors which resulted  in the state of the art mill which  was being opened.  Many of the speakers, including Minister of International Business and Immigration Elwood Veitch and MLA  Harold Long, praised Bayside  for being an environmentally  responsible sawmill.  The computerized system will  scan each log and determine the  most efficient way to cut and  trim it in order to maximize the  quality and quantity of the  lumber sawn from that log,  resulting in a minimum of  waste.  All chips .and sawdust will be  shipped to Howe Sound Pulp  and Paper (HSPP) for use in  their co-generation plant, contributing to a reduction in that-  company's dependency on BC  Hydro.  Tsuruda had praise for  HSPP's aid in getting started.  "The sale of woodchips is  crucial to any sawmill in its  viability," he explained. "But  the sale of woodchips for a  small sawmill is even more  critical. You see here today a  big sawmill that's replacing a  very small sawmill, a small  sawmill that could not afford to  build a chip-loading facility.  Understanding that, Howe  Sound Pulp and Paper created a  special area so that they could  receive our chips by truck, and  for that we wilt always be  grateful."  Pipeline workers  strain housing  The arrival of pipeline  workers in Sechelt is imminent  and the current strain on housing has Sechelt Council discussing various alternatives. At the  June 13 special council meeting,  John Pinkster asked council to  reconsider their previous decision to refuse the location of a  bunkhouse barge in Porpoise  PinksteMoWcouncilthat approximately 200 men will be  here by the end of June and  housing must be provided for  them until they depart by the  beginning of September. The  proposed floating facility would  house 60 people for the limited  time and then be moved out of  Porpoise Bay.  His plans include connecting  the barge to the municipal water  and sewer, which would address  any concerns about effluent  discharge.  His proposal was once more  rejected by council. Alderman  David Wells was firm in his  stand. "I've said it before and  I'll say it again, construction  goes on Field Road and that's  it," he insisted.  In order for the barge to  locate in Porpoise Bay, even  temporarily,   the  Officially  Community Plan would have to  be amended, lt was the attendant red tape and time lag  which would be required that  finally put an end to the discussion.  Planner Rob Sabine explained that even if council chose to  push such changes through as  quickly as possible, a minimum  of four weeks would be required.  Once more council rejected  the proposal with Alderman  Mike Shanks its sole supporter.  Alderman Bob Wilson then  brought forward a recommendation from the Development  and Community Services Committee to approve a temporary  use permit for two mobile  trailers capable of housing 60  people on airport lands.  The application for the permit came from Majestic  Pipeline, who are willing to pay  $1000 a month for the three to  four months they would need  the use of the land.  In discussion of the application, council members decided  the provision for 60 people  might not be enough and approve the temporary permit  for mobile trailers capable of  housing up to 200 people.  Gospel Rock rezoning  still a council issue  by Jeff Carpenter  On June 12 Gibsons council  held not only a Planning  meeting, but a special meeting  to deal with the contentious  issues of a waterfront hotel and  the Gospel Rock bylaw.  Bylaw 555-28, which was  legally challenged by the Friends  of Gospel Rock for the manner  in which it was handled, is no  longer in effect and first and second readings of Bylaw 555-43,  a bylaw with "identical intentions" to 555-28, went through  at the meeting with Wednesday,  June 27 set as the date for a  public hearing prior to the third  reading.  Alderman Ken Collins left  the meeting prior to discussion  on Gospel Rock to avoid a  possible conflict of interest.  "The bylaw (555-28) is  quashed," Clerk-Administrator  Lorraine Goddard told Council,  "As a result of our solicitor's  negotiations with the solicitors  of the Friends of Gospel Rock  we will proceed to quashing the  order."  "Have we accepted any  blame?" asked Alderman  Reynolds.  "That didn't enter into it. We  simply agreed to consent to  quashing the order," replied  Goddard.  Alderman John Reynolds  asked that council decide "if  there is to be a public hearing  prior to third reading."  Though Aldermen Kunstler  and Dixon refused to support  first and second reading of  Bylaw 555-43 at the June 5  Council meeting, they agreed to  support the bylaw at the June 12  meeting provided Council holds  a public hearing prior to third  reading.  Alderman Reynolds made a  motion to waive public hearing  after he stated he thought there  was nothing to gain from  another hearing.  "I do not favour waiving  (public hearings) unless there is  a complete weight of argument  that they would not provide any  useful information to Council,  Based on that I move that we  waive public hearing of  55543," Alderman Reynolds  said.  Alderman Dixon seconded  the motion to get it on the floor  but added, "1 for one think that  there should be a public hearing  at this time even though I don't  want to go through it again."  "We've been through it God  knows how many times, but  there seem to be people who are  concerned with the proposed  development and have pointed  out that they felt lhat there were  some irregularities of the public  hearing.  "I felt it would be in the best  interest of the Town to have a  public hearing," Alderman Dixon explained.  Alderman Kunstler stated her  belief that starting fresh with  the new public hearing would be  the best idea.  "I think we should wipe Ihe  slate clean from the past,"  Kunstler recommended.  "1 definitely agree," Major  Strom added.  Reynolds voted for the motion while Aldermen Kunstler  and Dixon voted against it.  After the motion to waive the  hearing failed Reynolds asked  council to set a date immediately for the public hearing.  "There is a requirement to  ensure that a date when called  for a public hearing is very  specifically called in reference to  readings of the bylaw. We are  not going to go wrong," Alderman Reynolds told the gallery.  The public hearing is slated  for June 27 at 7:30 pm.  The hearing deals with "Zoning not subdivision" Mayor  Strom reminded the gallery, so  to restrict discussion to the zoning aspect of Gospel Rock.  M look Elwood Veitch, Sotaro Tsuda, and Steve Tsuruda, with help from Harold I *ng, several tries  and a Ibt of determination to break the bottle or champagne against Ihe new Bayside mill at ils  Christening last week. -Pteeeey Fuller pheen,  Seattle  Yacht  Club  dispute  by Rose Nicholson  Edith Daly of Garden Bay  appeared before the Sunshine  Coast Regional District (SCRD)  at Ihe June 14 meeting lo request further assistance in her  dispute with the Seattle Yacht  Club (SYC) concerning recent  extensions to their floats that  block access to her foreshore  lease.  Daly referred to a May 28 letter to the club from HK Boas,  manager of Land Administration of the Ministry of Crown  Lands, which said, "Your application for an additional area  for your marina has been considered and denied...and you  are hereby served notice to immediately cease construction  outside the boundaries of Lease  19779 and remove all improvements constructed beyond  ihe lease boundaries wilhin 30  days of the date of this Idler..."  "The yacht club is showing  no inclination to accept ihis,"  said Daly.  "This is becoming something  of a lesl casc.lt is a flagrant  example of people gelling away  without doing anything legal  and presenting us all wilh a fail  accompli...I'm asking the board  to back up the Land Management Branch with some kind of  court order."  "We have received a copy of  the letter (from Boas) and il will  be on the agenda of our planning committee next week," said  SCRD Director Jim Gurney.  "I'm not sure what legal position the district would be in wilh  respect to a court order. You  have the sympathy of the board  and we will do all we can to  assist you."  When contacted by the Coast  News,   Terrance   Loptson,  lawyer for the SYC said, "I  have no comment at this time."  Contractor dies  Longtime Roberts Creek resident George Hopkins passed  away lasl week after a short illness.  "George has been the school bus contractor for the dislricl  for the last 25 years," Secretary-Treasurer Tim Anderson at  the school board meeting on June 12. "He will be missed."  Funds allocated  Sunshine Coasl School Dislricl No. 46 has been allocated  $54,375 for major capital projects in 1990/91, Education  Minisler Tony Brummctl and MLA Harold Long announced  jointly June 1.  Major capital projects include site acquisition, planning  and construction for new schools and major renovations of  existing schools.  The Sunshine Coast School District will use Ihe allocation  lo plan Ihe addition of two classrooms and related facilities lo  Madeira Park Elementary.  Found injured and Immobile on the beach, this young eagle was  rescued by Irene Davy and Sean Vanstrepen. The Sunshine Coasl  Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre nursed it for a week before Irene  and Clinl Davy released the bird last Tuesday. The Davys are  agents for Wildlife Rescue. -Funny Fuikr photo  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  ,  MMMi  tMmmmmjfmmjmmm  AfiJ^RA-lfcefi^LlL!  mfjm)mmM-mm)mm  mm Coast News, June 18,1990  ^    -           ^      -   M  comment  Money badly spent  Travel Sunshine Coast has come up with a proposed  budget of approximately $160,000 to coordinate and  market the Sunshine Coast and build up the tourist industry here. They have stated that the money will have to  come from government sources.  Every year on the Sunshine Coast we see an influx of  tourists, backed up for miles at both ferry terminals.  Hotels, motels and campgrounds on the Coast are Filled'to  capacity.  Yet we consistently hear from tourism operators and the  Economic Development Commission that we must fund  tourism promotion from the local tax base.  There is no question that tourism is a wonderful, non-  polluting industry which often benefits residents by  creating a demand for facilities and services that a small  population wouldn't warrant.  There is a question about the practicality of spending  large amounts of money to draw more people to this area  when our transportation system and accommodation capacity  cannot adequately serve those people who are already arriving.  In a free enterprise system, one of the factors which every  business has to consider is how to bring in customers. Each  business develops a marketing plan which fits its budget and  ils needs.  The injection of government money into this aspect of the  tourist industry is neither practical nor likely to be of much  benefit until the necessary infrastructure exists to accommodated more tourists.  Hype and hysteria  Is there any other democratic country in the world that  has drafted a major portion of its constitution in the manner and style of a used car salesman trying to make a quick  sale?  The hype and hysteria which has surrounded the signing  of the Meech Lake Accord is unlikely to result in anything  lhat Canadians can be proud of. Nor is it likely to stand up  well under pressure in the future.  It is a fragile, defective document which will become  part of the foundation of our country.  5 YEARS AQO  The first major overseas investment in the fledgling  Sunshine Coast aquaculture industry was celebrated  ihis weekend when, in Porpoise Bay, Sea Scan Aqua  Farms of Poland christened a newly outfitted barge  and prepared to tow the largest sea pens on the west  coast up through the Skookumchuck to Caldwell Island  in Agamemnon Channel.  Gibsons will not be joining the recycling program  which Ihe regional district is proposing to bring into  operation in September, according to a decision reached at the June 18 council meeting.  10 YEARS AQO  One of the school district's most beloved teachers is  hanging up his chalk brush. After 24 years of teaching  al Elphinstone Secondary School, Mr. Bob Bennie will  retire at the end of the school year.  A precedent-setting decision to call off a salmon derby at the end of June in order to conserve the endangered supply of the vital BC resource was made by  the Pender Harbour Lions Club at an emotion-packed  meeting on June 22.  20 YEARS AQO  As a result of a petition containing 200 names  gathered by Earl Bingley, the park surrounding the Gibsons Municipal Hall will be named Holland Park in  honour of Mr. Fred Holland, the public works  maintenance man for the municipality.  The Madeira Park liquor store will be constructed on  a lot next to the Pender Harbour store. The new liquor  store, whose approval was announced last week, brings  the number of such outlets on the Sunshine Coast up to  three.  30 YEARS AGO  Kicking off her i.hoes and plunging in fully clothed,  Mrs. Gertrude Corlett, 62, saved the life of Teddy Strom,  eight years old, at about 5 pm on Sunday, In the bay  area off the Corlett dock.  40 YEARS AQO  The Davis Bay Store, 'The Trading Post', well known  throughout this area, has been sold. Victor Frankse  recently bought the landmark from Mr. and Mrs. Ron  Whitaker. The new owner, who wishes to be known as  Vic, formerly operated a store on Stewart Island.  The Sunshine  MAI f 11 WI  pubii.h.d by GLASSFORD PRESS LTD.  Editor: Penny Fuller Advertising  Km! Sheridan Mjt: Frnn Burmlde  Jeff Carpenter John Gilbert  Production Mejr: Jane Stuart Michael MciMlnden  Jackie Phelan  Bev Cranston       Office Mgr:    Anne Thomsen  Bonnie McHeffey Dee Grant  Brian McAndrew Judie Myers  BUI Rogers  Tha SUNSHINE COAST NEWS Is a locally owned newspaper,  published on the Sunshine Coasl, BC every Monday by Glassford  Press Ltd., Box 460, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0. Gibsons Tel. 886-2622 or  8867817; Sechelt Tel. 885-3930; Pender Harbour Tel. 883-9099; Gibsons Fax Tel. 886-7725. Second Class Mail Registration No. 4702.  Tht Sunshine COAST NEWS is protected by copyright and reproduction of any part ot it by any means is prohibited unless permission in  writing is first secured from Qlssslord Pratt Ltd., holders of the  copyright. SUBSCRIPTION RATES  Canada: 1 year 135; 6 months $20; Foreign; 1 year M0  Logging plans wise cwm over  Sechelts' water shed-  That's jmUoM*...  its i tad mi'kv W*>  Gesundheit!  In 1637, an Englishman,  recently back from Japan,  wrote, "They blow their noses  with a certain soft and tough  kind of paper which they carry  about them in small pieces,  which having been used, they  fling away as a filthy thing."  What a good idea this seemed  to the Englishman accustomed  as he was to blowing his nose  inlo cotton handkerchiefs if he  used anything at all but it took  the rest of the world almost 300  years before discovering just  how convenient a "hanagami "  or "nose paper" could be.  The Japanese had used what  small scraps of paper were al  hand for nose papers, crumpling Ihem for softness, but when  Ihe American Kimberly-Clark  Company finally got hold of the ���  idea they look it one step fur^  iher.* They   manufactured  ley  paper product especially for the  purpose    and    called    it  "Kleenex."  A humble invention,  perhaps, but one which soon  appeared in just about every  household in America and  which, at least, revolutionized  the handkerchief business.  Kleenex, which is often the  word used for any facial tissue  no matter what the actual brand  name on the box, was not an  overnight success, ll took clever,  packaging and an even smarter  advertising campaign to launch  into what is now household  history.  In    1986   for   example,  Kimberly-Clark sold the  equivalent of 150 million boxes  of 200 Kleenex tissues each in  Canada alone, and it all began  with a cotton shortage...  In 1914, just before World  War I when real cotton was  becoming scarce, Kimberly-  Clark invented "Cellucotton."  This new material was an absorbent wadding made from wood  pulp cellulose and a small  amount of cotton.  It proved indispensible during  the war for bandages and for  use as filters in gas masks when  cotton was unavailable.  The end of the war brought  ihe end of the cotton shortage  and Kimberly-Clark soon found  itself wilh an interesting and  useful product but no market.  Not to be daunted,a they called  in the company^ "creative  engineers."  Cellucotton, because it was  soft to the skin, was introduced  lo the public in 1924 as a  "sanitary cold cream remover."  But at a cost of 65 cents for a  box of 100 sheets, it proved an  expensive item for the average  wage earner. The First advertising campaigns capitalized on  this and enhanced the image of  paper tissues as a product for  the rich and famous by using  Hollywood as a backdrop.  The first step was to sell the  tissues directly to Hollywood  makeup artists and then rightly  claim that these people used  "Cellucotton," the new "scientific   way   to   remove   cold  cream," when they worked with  the stars.  Ads after that showed a  number of Hollywood stars  themselves endorsing the product and holding soft tissues to  famous cheeks, but in spite of  the obvious appeal of this campaign, it was not a success. The  new product sold only  moderately well.  Once again Kimberly-Clark  called in its experts. In 1929 they  invented and patented the  "pop-up" box which delivered  the cold cream removers one by  one and, for the first time, in a  variety of colours.  They also changed the name  -from Cellucotton to Kleenex  but sales still remained unaccountably slow.  It wasn't until 1930 when the  company carried out a market  survey in Peoria, Illinois, that  they found oul why. According  to the survey over half the people in Peoria who bought  Kleenex used them not as cold  cream   removers   but   as  disposable hankerchiefs.  The company had finally  found ils market. It immediately changed the focus of its  advertising, coined the phrase.  "Don't put a cold in your  pocket," and product history  was made.  During the next two years,  the worst in the Depression,  Kleenex sales increased by 400  ���per cent. Cotton handerchiefs,  alas, were confined to Ihe front  pockets of men's jackets while  the clever advertising campaigns  for its rival, the nose paper,  continued.  In the 1940's for example,  people were being invited to win  a $25 war savings bond by  writing "how the use of kleenex  tissues saves you money and  helps win the war." One  woman wrote to say, "I use  Kleenex as a filter in my coffee  maker. Now my coffee's clearer  and my husband's happier!"  The headline for that particular  ad was, of course, "No  Grounds for Divorce!"  The Cuckoo  Repeat that, repeat,  Cuckoo, bird, and open ear wells, heart-springs,  delightfully sweet.  With a ballad, with a ballad, a rebound  Off trundled timber and scoops of the hillside ground,  hollow hollow hollow ground:  The whole landscape flushes on a sudden al a sound.  Gerald Manley Hopkins  In a nutshell  Northern art talk  by S. Nutler  Michael Bach was an Estonian architect who came to  Canada some lime after the  war. He had taken part of his  architecture in Finland, the  Finns being far-back kin to the  Esis, and while there he  developed an interest in the northern native prople ��� the Letts  of Lapland.  In Canada while teaching at  the University of Toronto, he  transferred ihis interest lo one  in the native people of North  America, ll was not, I think,  really a political interest. He felt I  that in our progress we were  snuffing oul things we really  needed in human values.  He built himself a cottage at  Crystal Lakes and the main  room was a big octagonal  teepee, the bases being 10 feet  long and wery othw panel  glass. The bases were padderd  tenches and you could sleep  eight people easily in a kind of  cozy surround. It became very  hot at the peak of this teepee  and the flies would rise there,  expire and fall in a neat pile in  the middle of the floor. They  were easy to swerep out weery  once in awhile.  The cottage was close to a  rock face whereon were many  ancient petroglyphs which we  still can't decipher. They're  similar to some found north of  Lake Superior and in the  Charlottes and elsewhere and  seem to be from a people before  our known native people.  When I met Michael I was  working on a project for the  Canada Studies Foundation.  They wanted to put some  money, they said, into something to promote native  people's education. My suggestion was to train, equip and  organize three Indian educational film units. They would  then with all possible help, produce their own learning  materials more or less within the  Indian cultures.  Bach and I found that there  were many good Indian painters  around with their own style, but  not appreciated at that time by  Canadian galleries.  We startesd an Indian painters  seminar. It was a paid-for two  weeks for talented youngsters  from the reservations, with the  tutelage or presence of the older  Indian painters. Shilling was for  sure, Norwald Morrisseau (on  the lam at the time in the Red  Lake district of Manitoba)  assured us he'd be there.  Of course neither Bach nor I  had the spondoolicks for this  kind of operation. We applied  to the Ontario Arts Council  whose chairman that year was  an architect who knew Michael  well, but we were too late for  anything that year.  Somehow we scratched up  dough for a six week try, tents  pitched outside Michael's architectural teepee at Crystal  Lakes, art materials donated by  Reeves, gas for transportation  from Irving of New Brunswick.  We received a number of nice  donations but barely met our  bill at the end at the local  general store.  It had seemed to work. Most  of the lads got in (there was a bit  of a hike into the cottage, cross  ing two beaver dams and a couple said they got lost). Resource  people had included other than  the known Indian painters.  Conversations into the night in  Michael's teepee had been warm  and relaxed. There had been no  (what we had been warned of)  inter or cross cultural incidents.  The next year there was  money available, but Michael  died of a heart attack, seemingly alone at the cottage, just  before the season was due to  begin. I was out of the country  at the time but there was little 1  could have done. It of course  put the kybosh on the Indian  Painters Seminar.  Would it have worked? As. a  regular thing over a period of  years? Impossible to say. There  were already people, more  academic types, coming over  the horizon with suggestions for  a better organization with some  sort of curriculum. The Objib-  way at least, Arthur Shilling's  people, had one of their own  going the year after in a field  behind Shilling's studio on the  Rama Reservation.  Your community's  AWARD-WINNING  newspaper  prs^os-j-^j  %amV^Qb> coast News, June 18,1990  Recycling program too successful  ���Editor:  Last week you ran a story on  our recycling program which  concentrated on the problems  we are foreseeing as volumes  continue to increase. The story,  with only one exception, was accurate and described various  issues we face when running the  project. Perhaps the story  dwelled too much on the problems of cost instead of the  physical problems of increasing  volumes  but  we accept  the  REMEMBER:  If you're going to  gamble with your  SEPTIC TANKi  a flush    ItffW  is better   W       4  than a    W  full house, f    p  writer may have had a different  interpretation of our interview  than we did.  However, the story was headed up with the headline 'Recycling Program Too eExpensive'.  This headline is not accurate.  The impression created by the  headline, when coupled with the  article, has been that we are trying to back out of the program  because it costs too much right  now. It implies that recycling is  therefore a failure.  This impression was  demonstrated by several calls  and notes from the public this  past week. In our opinion, a  more accurate headline would  have ibeen 'Recycling Program  Too Successful'. Recycling as it  currently operates is completely  affordable for us and is not proving to be 'too expensive'. With  the current volume, the program could run indefinitely  under our sponsorship.  We do, however, see an in-  creasing trend in the volume of  recyclabln received at our  depot. We foresee problems,  mainly physical, resulting from  this volume increase and it is  these problems that have prompted us to approach the  District of Sechelt for the involvement.  The one notable inaccuracy  in the body of the article was to  do with us taking plastics to the  dump. Until June 15, when we  discovered that once again the  plastics market has closed up,  we had never sent plastic to the  dump. All recyclable materials  deposited al our depot get sent  for recycling. To do otherwise  would be dishonest.  In conclusion, we wish to  reassure the public that recycling at Shop-Easy is operating as  it has for the past year and that  we are actively looking for ways  to ensure its continuing success  on the Sunshine Coasl.  Neil Clayton  Bruce Morris  Shop-Easy, Sechelt  CHAMBERS PLANNING SERVICES  ==s ssstsse^ss^ssTSs^sx^tssassammmm  ���Retirement Planning *Life Insurance  ���Investment Planning ���Employee Benefit Plans  'Serving ihe Sunshine Coast for over 8 Years'  LAWRENCE K.  LIFE UNDERWRITER  CHAMBERS  TELEPHONE: MM111  FAX: MM121  TOLL FREE     14004U-2M1 .  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The larger eagle after a  few tries got into a tree even  though it was soaking wet. The  smaller one just lay there nearly  drowned.  Irene was called and she asked Sean Vanstrepen to assist  her; they were there in minutes.  Sean warmed the bird in a  blanket and they took the bird  to Irene's home and checked it  over.  It had one puncture, and was  tired and in shock. Clint and  Irene treated the bird and it is  now doing fine.  Clint and Irene have treated  over 1500 wild birds over the  years in Richmond. We are .indeed fortunate that this couple,  who are highly qualified and accredited wildlife rehabilitators,  have made their new home in  Gibsons.  If you find an injured bird  mWW 'Xi    ' r%.fwi~&a *kf v? **  e��$$ll��!i  How To, Finish  Wood Boors  and Now  and get  Professional Results  at less than 2/3 the cost...  Rent the machines the professionals use. We'll provide  you with all the necessary  supplies plus a complete  'How-to' video on finishing  or re-finishing your wood  floors.  FLOOR SANDER  Removes old coatings  from broad areas.  Scabird  TOOLS & EQUIPMENT  and wish to contact Clint and  Irene call the Gibsons Animal  Hospital. I am sure Dr. Borns-  tein would be happy to give you  the number.  Carol Millott  More letters  Page 21  3  Branch  109  ��  GIBSONS LEGION  Annual  PUB NITE  886-8744 ,,'.! n  June 23 at Gibsons Legion Hall  Time: 8 pm - 12  Music: Peter London  Sponsored by: L.A. 109 Tickets: $7.50  Members & Guests Welcome  Tickets available, Mary's Variety or Legion Club or  L.A. Members - No Tickets on Sale at the Deeor  SECHELT MOBILE INSTALLATIONS  885-5864  EXPECT THE  TTMEXPECTED  Surviving  a workplace  emergency  ism luck  -it's good  planning.  Industrial accidents happen when you necessary skills, you can save lives, mini-  least expect them. If you and your organ- mize costs and resume normal operations  ization are prepared for accidents - if quickly. Have an emergency plan in  you've planned, trained and practised the place. Always expect the unexpected.  Emergency Preparedness is the theme for  Canadian Occupational Health & Safety Week June 17-23  f-articiDating organizations include: B.C. Chiropractic Association ��� B.C. Construction Industry Health and Safety  Council ��� &C. Ministry of Health ��� B.C. Occupational Health Nurses Group ��� B.C. Safety Council ��� B.C. Telephone  Company ��� B C /Yukon Territory Council of Labour ��� Business Council of B.C. ��� Canadian National Institute for  the Blind ��� Canadian Society of Safety Engineering ��� Canadian Standards Association ��� Council of Forest  Industries ��� Labour Canada ��� Mining Association of B.C. ��� Pearson Hospital ��� St. John Ambulance ��� Union of  B.C. Municipalities ��� Workers' Compensation Board  It  WORKERS'  COMPENSATION  BOARD SS8��  mtmmtmmtmm  4 Coast News, June 18,1990  &  fc  Georcje    in    Gibsons  Library holds  Lyme disease info  Tarry Giannakos of the Omega Restaurant presented Fred Inglis,  president of the Gibsons Landing Heritage Society, with a cheque  for the society's theatre fund last Thursday. The proceeds for the  cheque came from the successful benefit dinner theatre al the  Omega June 10. ���Mt Cuptnin photo  Roberts    Creek  by George Cooper. 8M-g520  The May-June issue of  Equinox magazine contained a  wide-ranging, informative article on Lyme disease from a  Canadian viewpoint as well as  thai in the United States.  A copy of this issue has been  donated lo the Gibsons and  District Library for circulation.  This may be your only source of  Ihis magazine article since none  have appeared so far on our  news stands.  ELPHINSTONE GRAD  Andy Maragos, who has just  graduated with a Bachelor of  .Law degree from UBC, will  begin articling with the Vancouver firm of Boughton,  Peterson, Yang, Anderson this  September.  Andy, who has a degree in  Commerce from the University  of Waterloo, was an Elphinstone graduate in 1982.  LIBRARY  New arrivals on the shelves:  Non-fiction: Barbarians at  the Gate, by R. Burrough; The  Myth of Heterosexual AIDS by  M. Fumento; Landscaping  With Container Plants by J.  Wilson; One Dry Season; in the  Footsteps of Mary Kingsley by  C. Alexander; and, The Physics  of Baseball by RK Adair.  Fiction: Jubilee Jim and the  Wizard of Wall Street by  Donald Porter; London Fields  by Martin Amis; Floating In  My Mother's Palm by Ursula  Hegi; A Gentleman's Guide To  The Frontier by Joanne  Meschery; and, Then She  Found Me by Elinor Lipman.  Favourite cod holes fished-out  by Bev Cranston, 886-2215  is your favourite fishing hole  for lingcod coming up empty  these days? If so, you are nol  alone. Roberts Creek used to  have a number of good 'cod  holes' where if you didn't calch  a salmon, you could always  count on a few cod lo fillet for  dinner. Now they seem to be  scarce ��� fished out as the  salmon are becoming, by commercial and sports fishermen  alike.  ll used to be lhat cod, salmon  and even that big-mouthed,  spiney, bobbly-eyed rock cod  which is actually a rock fish, nol  a cod, were a big staple on our  table. Not so in the last few  years. The fish jusi don't seem  to be there. And everyone  knows how hard it is lo get really 'fresh' fish al the store and  what a price!  The lingcod fOphiodon  elongaius) is a large, elongate  fish wilh large teeth and mouth,  gray to brown in colour, green  or bluish wilh spotting, paler  underneath, ll can grow to five  feet and 70 pounds and ranges  from Kodiak Island to Baja,  lives near rocks, inshore and to  1400 feel.  ll is a voracious predator lhat  feeds on other fishes, spawns in  Office Technology Program  Train for Success  Secretaries, Word Processors, and  Accounting Clerks are in demand. Enrol in  one of our specialized training programs.  ��� Secretarial - 8 months  ��� Financial - 10 months  ���'"Word Processing - 10 months  Acquire computer, communications and  interpersonal skills to meet the challenge of  the office of the 90s.  Programs start September 4.  We have a place for you, but hurry!  Telephone 984-4959 for information and to  arrange for a personal interview.  CAPILANO  COLLEGE     2055 Purcell Way ��� North Vancouver ��� B.C.  shallow water in the fall with  the male guarding the eggs.  Remarks from the Peterson  Guide to Pacific Coast Fishes,  are thai the lingcod is a "very  important sport and commercial species, highly esteemesd as  food." This food srems lo need  protection as does the very  depleted and overfished west  coasl salmon.  LEGION NEWS  The Roberts Creek Legion  will be having ils General  Meeting on Wednesday, June  20 at 7:30 pm. This will be the  last meeting .before summer  break.  Entertaining this weekend,  June 22 and 23 will be 'Sharky'.  Don't miss him. All you local  talents, singles, duos or groups,  if you are interested in performing weekends al the legion, give  Pam a call evenings at 885-3522.  Friday and Saturday night  dinners are still only $7, $6 for  senior members. Bingo is every  Tuesday evening ��� come on  out.  LIBRARY NEWS  Put your talents in the kilchen lo the test. There is a great  selection of cook books at the  Roberts Creek Library. Remember single or family  membership is only $3 per year.  Library hours are Tuesdays 6 to  9 pm, Thursdays 3 to 7 pm and  Saturdays 10 am to I pm. ,\ny  one of the very dedicated  volunteers would be pleased to  help you find the book you're  looking for.  HOLIDAYS  Holidays are coming up and  a very capable and well-known  lady from Roberts Creek,  Janice Leighton, is going lo be  writing the Roberts Creek column. After this issue of Ihe  Coast News, please call Janice  evenings at 886-3541 if you have  any meetings, announcements,  stories or news stories that you  think would be of interest to  readers.  VOLUNTEER NEEDED  A volunteer is needed for the  summer months to occasionally  open the doors to people who  are using the Community Use  Room at the school. If you  would like to help please call  Jeanie Parker at 885-2163.  *^VKnitters  We Carry  Afatons Jenny gr  YSO�� 20% OFF  Just for you  FASHION BOUTIQUE     OPEN 7 DAYS A WI 1 K  (iibsons Landing   H86-2470  Drug  ���%ffizai  MORE THAN CLOTHING  8  3  ;;  \Jpen Juei. - Ofl/.  / 0:30-4:30  1057 RoLti Creak" Rl, Roeertt Cn  'J  awareness  continues  Building upon the groundwork established during the  very successful drug awareness  week, the organizers are pleased  to announce that Mr. Bruce  Gilmore will address residents  of Ihe Sunshine Coast on "Why  we need to change our attitudes  towards alcohol use/abuse".  Bruce, who will speak on |  Wednesday, June 20 at 7:30 pm  in Elphinstone's cafeteria,  brings first hand experience on  the topic. Not only is Bruce an  accomplished speaker, he was  involved in a motor vehicle accident lhal involved alcohol and  left him blind due lo head injuries 11 years ago.  Al Campbell of Tyee Airlines  generously says, "1 bring Bruce  and his seeing eye dog Kappa to  our area because he recognizes  the effects that substance abuse  is taking, particularly with the  young people of the Coast."  Everyone is welcome lo attend what should be a very  enlightening evening at  Elphinstone on June 20. For  more information feel free to  contacl the Action: Alcohol and  Drug counselling office at  885-5680.  '�����  CAPILANO HIGHWAY SERVICES COMPANY  #101 ��� 255 WEST FIRST STREET  NORTH VANCOUVER  V7M 3G8  TELEPHONE 983-4211  FAX 983-2433  FRIENDLY REMINDER  As vacation time is rapidly approaching, we encourage all ferry  traffic to use the North Road route and all vehicles carrying foot  passengers as well as thru traffic to use the lower route along Marine  Drive and the Port Mellon Highway.  We will be providing traffic control during periods of heavy volume.  The North Road route will be the only access for vehicles boarding  the ferry.  Thank you for your cooperation.  Capilano Highway Swvlcas Company  A*  Howe Sound  PULP   IND   PAPER   LIMITED  SAFETY WEEK  JUNE 17-23  Canadian Occupational  HEALTH & SAFETY WEEK  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper's joint Health and Safety Committee  is presenting displays of safety equipment and information  at the Sunnycrest Mall in Gibsons.  SATURDAY. JUNE 23.10 AM ��� 4 PM  This year's theme is preparedness for safe home, work, and  leisure activities. The day will include:  Elementary School Safety poster Display  Chainsaw Safety, Boating Safety  Industrial Hygiene and Safety Equipment  Fire and Rescue, Videos, and more  NOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!  f��P��'��Ort>  ���Mta*>*  Local 1119  La    --��-,,. .   .tar .... .   ....   . -   -��� .--...-. m,.,. a-.-������--I��..��-|  ^m1mmmmmtmmu  .tMaMmmmmmmmmamsmimmm  .���MMMMI Coast News, June 18,1990  MM  MHIMMI  .MMHMBHHMMIIIMHIMIMi Coast News, June 18,1990 Coast News, June 18,1990  Sechelt    Scenario  Canada Day fun for whole family  by Margaret Watt  With less that three weeks to  go to Canada Day and Sechelt's  birthday, Nancy and the staff at  Community Servieces are busy,  busy, busy. To bring you up to  date so far. The parade will  start from in front of The Royal  Canadian Legion Hall at 11 am,  run along Wharf to Cowrie and  from there to Hackett Park.  There will be all-day fun for  the whole family. A pancake  breakfast put on by the Lion's  Club to start the day, a fly-past  with Tyee Airways and a dunk  tank. There's bingo, a  doughnut eating contest and  Rockwood Lodge will be putting on a Tea and Historial  Show with Indian artifacts and  historical photographs of  Sechelt.  Of course there will be lots  for the children too. Along with  balloons and face-painting, the  California Raisins are exp<ected  plus Jake the Peg.  Plan now to come out and  celebrate Canada's 123rd birthday and Sechelt's 4th. Now with  all the rain behind us (we hope)  I'm sure it's going to be a  beautiful day.  WRITERS'WRAP UP  Wednesday, June 13 saw the  wrap-up of the Suncoast  Writers* Forge for the summer.  We had a great time with lots of  delicious food and lots of good  company. Upwards of 30 people attended this meeting which  was really a party. Even though  we won't be meeting for the  next 2 months most of the  members  will  still  be  busy  writing.    QUILTERS MEETING  The Sunshine Coast Quilters  held their wind-up potluck din-  ner meeting on Wednesday,  June 13 at the home of member  Eileen Evans. The 17 members  who attended enjoyed  themselves and even the weather  cooperated for a change. The  members were able to relax and  take in the beauty of the Evans'  glorious beach-side garden for  which Laurie Evans took some  well-deservetd praise.  SPCA NEWS  A general meeting will be  held on Sunday, June 24 in the  Roberts Creek Community Use  Room at the school. The group  reports  that their spay and  AUSTRALIA  19 Days Air Plus 6 Nights Flag Inn Hotel Pass  $1599.00 Cdn. DM. + Taxes/Cond. Apply  For Bookings Prior to July 31  I���Canadian���.  DEPARTURES  RETURNS  Ortolan 14  November 02  October 21  November 09  October 28  November 16  NovemtwrM  November 23  NovemeSerll  November 30  NOTICE OF  PUBLIC HEARING  Zoning Amendment  Bylaw No. 555*43,1990  Pursuant to Section 956 and 957 of the Municipal Act, a  PUBLIC HEARING will be held Wednesday, June 27,1990  at 7:30 pm in the Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher Road,  Gibsons, BC to consider Zoning Amendment Bylaw No.  555-43,1990 which bylaw is proposed to amend the Town  of Gibsons Zoning Bylaw No. 555,1986. The intent of the  bylaw is to amend the present zoning of the following property as described:  1. In general terms, the intent of the Bylaw Is to amend  the zoning of the lands legally described In  Paragraph 2 below from the existing Single-Family  Residential Zone 4 (R.4) to the proposed Single-  Family Residential Zone 1 (R.1) which would allow for  creation of parcels upon subdivision of a minimum  parcel size of 7,500 square feet. However, a covenant  under Section 215 of the Land Title Act Is being  granted by the owner to the Town which will be  registered against Block 7 and which will, in the case  of Block 7, restrict subdivision to parcels of a  minimum parcel size of 10,000 square feet and Increase the minimum side yard setbacks to 10 feet.  2. The lands that are the subject of the Bylaw are:  That certain area of land in the Town of Gibsons,  British Columbia, more particularly known and legally described as Block 6 and that part of Block 7,  District Lot 842, Plan 6755 which is shown outlined In  red on the plan prepared by Larry Penonzek, BC Land  Surveyor, a photo-reduced copy of which forms part  of this notice.  3. A copy of this Bylaw may be Inspected at the Gibsons Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher Road in Gibsons, British Columbia during office hours, namely  8:30 am to 4:30 pm Monday to Friday (Statutory  Holidays excepted).  4. This bylaw may be cited as Zoning Amendment  Bylaw No. 555-43,1990.  Take notice that this notice Is deemed to be a synopsis of  the bylaw, and not deemed to be an Interpretation thereof.  At the Hearing, all persons who deem their interest In property to be affected by the proposed bylaw shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard on matters contained  therein.  Rob Buchan  MUNICIPAL PLANNER * APPROVING OFFICER  neuter program seems to be  paying off as they see a marked  decrease in the number of unwanted DettS.  However, they still need  volunteers in some areas. If you  would like to get involved in this  worthwhile activity come out to  the meeting, you'll be made  most welcome.  PICNIC POSTPONED  West Sechelt Community  Association has postponed the  picnic that was scheduled for  June 24. It will no be held on  Sunday, June 30 at 4 pm.  Bring your own suppw, in  recyclable containers please.  There is a barbecue on the  site and several campfira will  be lit for the little ones to roast  hot dogs and whatnot.  You might also want to bring  along your own lawn chair.  Those logs can leave a lasting  impression on your you-know-  what.  Dnvis B.iy News ��t Views  Busy month of June  by  Soil), 885-5212  June is a busy month, one I  look forward to. There is so  much going on. Schools have  their sports and award days plus  there are graduation ceremonies  to attend. Even if you don't  have anyone graduating  yourself it's interesting to see  who is, especially when you  have watched them grow up.  It's also interesting to see who  wins the awards and bursaries.  Congratulations certainly have  to go out to the students, but  the parents probably deserve  some also.  Organizations you belong to  wind down for the summer so  you can look forward to less  meetings to attend.  WILSON CREEK  The Davis Bay/Wilson Creek  Community Association would  like to say thanks to Jacob  Knaus for giving his talk about  coconuts, which was very  informative and interesting.  There will be no general  meetings over the summer but  don't forget about the Pioneer  Picnic which is scheduled for  August 26. This is an annual  event and everyone looks forward to the corn on the cob,  fresh from the Fraser Valley.  Someone is 50 this month.  Wonder who?. Happy Birthday  to Cap't K.  SUMMER ADVENTURES  A very interesting summer of  adventures is planned for the  Parent-Tot program run by  community services.  In July, on Wednesdays and  Fridays, adventure spots are  "Shells, swells, and buckets of  fun" at Sargent Bay; "Burny  the firedog" - Gibsons fire  department; "A visit to the  farm"; "Treasure Island" - off  to an island. For more information about this program give  Karen Scott a call at 886-8648.  RECYCLING  Did you know that North  Americans who make up only  eight per cent of the world's  population, are responsible for  SO per cent of its garbage.  Canada, with a population of  26 million, has as much impact  on the environment as India,  whose population numbers 800  million.  In one year, the average  Canadian discards 620  kilograms of garbage. More  than one-third of this is paper.  By recycling one tonne of  newspaper, 19 trees are saved.  Not only this, but by recycling  newspapers, we save landfill  space as 10 to 18 percent of the  contents of a typical municipal  landfill by volume, is  newspaper.  During a lifetime, the average  Canadian throws out 10,000  bottles and 17,500 cans. Did  you know a 100-watt light bulb  can operate 40 hours on the  energy saved by recycling 10  glass bottles, a television set can  operate 30 hours on the energy  saved by recycling 10 aluminum  cans, and if all food and soft-  drink cans we used in one year,  were recycled there would be  enough recycled steel to make  145,000 cars.  Maybe we can't change much  alone, but if every household  got with it and recycled what  they could, it would make a big  different.  "Humankind has not woven  the web of life. We are but one  thread within it. Whatever we  do to the web we do to ourselves. All things are bound together. All things connect.  Whatever befalls the Earth  befalls the children of the  earth."  This was said in an address to  the President of the US in 1855  by Chief Seattle.  It's too bad we didn't know,  135 years ago what we know  now.  Tough  dog law  by Rose Nicholson  tt could cost owners of  vicious dogs as much as $2500  for violations of new amendments to the dog by-law passed  last week by the Sunshine Coast  Regional District.  The amendments require that  owners of vicious dogs keep the  animal muzzled whenever it is  not on the owner's property.  When the animal is on the  owner's property it must be  confined in a structure capable  of preventing the entry of young  children, and instructed in  such a way as to prevent the  animal's escape.  Owners will also be liable to a  $200 pound fee if an animal is  impounded. Infringements of  the by-law bring a minimum  fine of $500, and up to a maximum of $2500. Default of payment could mean imprisonment  for up to two months.  Before you go on Vacation  MAKE SURE  YOUR BRAKES  ARE SAFE!  c^ Brake Inspections ^  and Estimates  *  ***********  Mmute  h/M*t��  i  I SUNCOAST  MOTORS  1117 Sunshine Coast Hwy     QOCQ**HQ  Gibsons  near Pratt     OOO'Oafc I V  Working fora  better world  Call 1-800-663-0340 toll-free or  in Vancouver call 682-6457 for  more information, or pick up a  job application at your Canada  Employment Centre.  famnmeHt;  WW  (^3Ai^(Mmhia  Honourable John Reynolds,  Minister of Environment Coast News, June 18,1990  'H^P^P^I^Wm***  ^tamms^mmma^.  Services  ���  AUTOMOTIVE  Industrial      AUTOMOTIVE        Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Mun.-Pri,e>-* Sat. 8-*, Sun. 10-3^  Need this space?   SECHELT RADIATORS   Complete Cooling System Service Centre  We Repair & Replace Rads, Heater Cores i. Gas Tanks  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  Naw, Used & Rebuilt  5M0 Wharf   Asl< *eoul Htfcl* * Oelmry um.. Sat.  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Painting  Marcel Beaunoyer 886-9626  886 3321  * WILOUN  EXCAVATING  HAULING  Septic Fields  Sand  Building Sites  Gravel  Ditches  Soil  Landscaping  Manure  886*8313  Need this space?  Cell   tie.'   COASI   Nl WS  Q & D Contracting  ���Sand & Gravel Deliveries,  ���Stump Removal  Gary Davies 886-9585               P0 m ,389  Dan Zuell     886-8070 Gibsons, BCj  CENTURY ROCK )  885-59101  P  BIO EAQLE Enterprises Ltd.  Custom Built Sun Decks   - Fencing  Patio Doors -Skylites and Windows  Renovations and Additions  Free Estimates  Mike 886-2688  ��� GEN. CONTRACTORS*  '  CAN-DO EXCAVATING  Septic Fields, Landscaping,  Hauling of sand, gravel & topsoil   j^^j-'W.  Bobcat 743 Diesel /SwJ^P  Jjeorge 885-7553 Emery 885-4854  COAST BOBCAT SERVICI  Small In Slie ��� Big In Production  Fee., Holes - Trenching  Spee-iitlinei/Lcvelline!  I.ilihe Haulinil ;������((����  885-70S 1   SECHELT ������������<1  an  Central Grading ��  Qraval  CrwIM t soreMMd iggngun  Unscreened topsoil & iindsaping rock  FHEE tcrwiwd Send 4 HI {ewtant durge)  Res. and Comm. Sales  ($10.00 a pick-up W.) ;:,,  AM* Siwmm'' on Eaat PotpotmBay M.  MMm��MMMtM��s��  HEATING  /'"SECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.���>  ��� Gas Fireplaces 1E3la    a Wood Stoves  ��� Wood Fireplaces        mS*k   ��� Chimneys (Hi-Temp)  ��� Inserts -fissaijf   , Uners  STEVE CHRISTIAN Complete Sales t Installations  Certified Technician IT'S ALL WE DO  ev    885-7171 Silely j Sitlslactlon Guinnleed j  ICG LIQUID GAS  a Aulo Propane   ~  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. O's  8852360  Hwy 101, across St.  Irom Big Mac's. Sechell  ������<$��  K}m  SUNDECKS  ���^ by  WRIGHT  Free Estimate  885-7736  CONSTRUCTION   885-7099  MARINE SERVICES  MmMVam    Cottrell's Marine Service^  V  lUei SERVICE TO Al 1  MAKES  ���I     BUS      5ptcia��2lng In Merc. Outboard'  nT^^^-^kfc       * ���'���'" eti'e rebuilding  DIVER mr  Located at  BOAT "W Smitty's Marina, Gibsons  HAULING SHOP888-7711     RES 885-5840J  taw.  "J  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  Ernie Fallii  Contracting  Complete Backhoe  Service  886-9198  ^m^mmmmmtmmat^m^mm1lmmmmmmm-,mmUmfmmmtmmmmmmmWmmimmmmm^^mm Hiilfmonn B.iy Hii|)|)��Miiiujs  Coast News, June 18,1990  New officers elected last week  by Ruth Forrester  Organizations in the Halfmoon Bay area are now holding  less meetings in order to have a  summer break. However, activities continue even if there are  less committee meetings.  Last Wednesday the  Welcome Beach Community  Association held a well attended  annual general meeting, with  lots of good discussions and  suggestions coming from the  floor.  Election of officers took  place with the following being  elected: President Bill Vorley,  Past President Grace Lamont,  Vice-President Franz ErbCT,  Treasurer Al Buckley, Secretary  Ruth Paterson.  Directors for the coming year  are Olive Comyn, Mildred  Chuckrey, John Davidson, Ken  Moore, Marion Terrillon, Marg  Vorley, Nornwn Hoag.  Our thanks to these good  .people who are so willing to  help with events at the hall. We  will all look forward to the next  social activity which will be the  always-popular summer  barbecue some time in August,  date to be announced.  The Halfmoon Bay Branch  of St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary held their wind up meeting  last week too, with a delightful  potluck luncheon at Welcome  Beach Hall. This, however,  does not mean that the ladies  will have the summer off.  They will still be active in  their various hospital services  and fundraising events. The  main summer task is providing  baked goods for the months of  July and August.  BUS CHANGES  The suggested change of  schedule for Maverick bus service is causing much concern  SCHOOL OISTRICT NO. 46 (SUNSHINE COAST)  NOTICE OF MEETING  CANCELLATION  The Board meeting regularly scheduled for Tuesday, June 26th, has  been cancelled. The next Board meeting will be held on Tuesday,  September 11th, at 7:30 p.m., in the School Board Office.  Sunshine Coast  Services  Directory  MARINE SERVICES  MISC SERVICES  MARINE WAYS,  BOAT MOVING  POWER WASHING  merCrui/cr  Mercury Outboards  'Volv0 AB HADDOCK MMINE ltd.  Garden Bay. BC.      WA"j?ASWS        883-2811  Su  PARTS  mccaneer  Marina ij Resort Ltd  Located in Secret Cove 885-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K ( C Thtrmogliss 4,  Cobn Boiti now  PENINSULA INDUSTRIAL  & LOGGING SUPPLIES  PORT  MELLON  & GIBSONS  ��� Wire Rope & Rigging  ��� Welding Supplies  ��� Hydraulic Hose & Fittings  ��� Misc. Industrial Products  Van. Direct 689-7387  Gibsons 886-2480  Port Mellon 884-5303  1042 Hwy. 101, Gibsons (across from^Kenmac)  X  f~k.J. (JIM) WALLACE^  84 Hr. Telephone 886-48133  1188 Rosamund, Qlbsons  PlOle Up efc DalMWy  ACCOUNTING  ���ooxnirnro  BUDGETS  INVESTMENTS  PAYROLL  TaUUnOM  INVENTORY  UTHERLANDSales4  0ERVICELTO  ntta,  lOUTSOARDS if  ^ YANMAR   P  tcnrui/cr    marine  j  STERN ORIVES/INIOARDS    DIESEL ENGINES*]  Partb ��, Service for All Makes eel Oullxwrds  FINANCING AVAILABLE     [M"1'' '" D,>il"d   VHF 6 &   16  . at COHO MARINA, Madeira Park .983-1119J  JACOBSEN FEEDS  6462 Norwest Eay Road  888-9369        Your Authorized Dealer  We carry a complele line ol   Animal Feeds & Supplies     'the growing people'.  CHAINSAWS  SALES & SERVICE  KELLY'S LAWNMOWER *  CHAINSAW LTD  Sail Water Licence;A4.. J  * Motel & Campsites * Water Taxi "Wij"**-  * Marine Repairs       * Ice and Tackle    883-2266  V   731 NORTH Flew)    886-2912 J  e, MISC SERVICES  A.D. .LANDSCAPE GROUP  OVER 20 YEARS  886-2226  885-5846  RESIDENTIAL  COMMERCIAL  LANDSCAPING S GARDENING  rLand*caplng for a Dlatlnctiva Design^  Complete service irom design to Irrigation Installation plus  new shrub plantings, Installation ol large trees and  hedges lor privacy, patios, lawn installations and retaining walls. Over 500 plant species to choose Irom lor your  own design. Call lor a Iree estimate.  jjjjjjjj Miion Boid, [uiuilly Toll Free or M5-4MI)  Personal  Tax Returns  Nicky Zavaglia C.A.  Appolntmtnt SS6-����61  8UN8HINM KITCHEN  . CABINET* .  888-9411  \Shomoom Kern'i Piere.Hwy 10  Opan Tuesday to Saturday 10-4 pmA  DOLPHIN ALARM  SYSTEMS LTD.  Burglary ��� Fire  m  Music 8, Sound ��� Intercoms       DonWitton  RR#4SI5CI7     Bus. 886-9144  Gibsons. B.C.   Bel. 8B6-3304V  * Commercial & Residential *  * Carpet & Resilient Flooring *  i* * AS * * * * *   Phone   *******  ,m"owe        886*8868  shoppy   SHOWROOM at  5601 Hwy. 101, Sechelt  TuievFrl., 12:30-5 All day Sat.  " FLOOR STOKE AT YOUR neenee  For successful  BUSINESS MEETINGS  targe or Small  CEDARS INN  B95 Hwy. 101, Gibsons  Fax 886-3046    .886-3008 '_  Complete, Confidents, & Professional  BUSINESS * PERSONAL OFFICE SERVICES  Iffltlt Paper ffllll        883-9911  ��  iiieen  886-7359  "Conversion  Windows,  Glow,  Auto & Marine Glass, Aluminum Windoi  * Scream   Hwy 10..& Pr.�� Rd   Mim>rS  idon/sl  ors   I  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE)  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & f  Chris Nappar 6M-346I  R.RJ4, St. C78,  lOlbsons, B.C. VOW 1V0  lanlng i  & Beams      U^ljkJ  among Redrooffs residents,  particularly those who have to  keep medical appointments in  Vancouver. With the new  schedule, there is no way that  many of our seniors can get into  town and home again on the  same day. The Para-transit bus  only serves Redrooffs one day a  week at present, but even if that  was improved, the last one is at  3:30, still not late enough to bring people home from town.  Let's hope that, with enough  protest from citizens this matter  may be rectified. Write to: The  Motor Carrier Commission,  4240 Manor Street, Burnaby,  BC V5G 3X5, expressing your  concerns.  A NEW BABY  Congratulations go out to  Jeannie Mercer on the arrival of  a nine pound, 11 ounce grandson on May 31. Young Sand-  ford William (Sandy) was born  to Tom and Ingrid Mercer and  is a brother for Amanda and  Erica.  ATTENTION RUNNERS  Have noticed quite a few  local folks out there running  these mornings. We hope that  they are getting in shape for the  Halfmoon Bay Country Fair's  annual three and a half mile  Trophy Run. It starts at Connor  Park at 10:30 am, Sunday, July  IS and finishes at Coopers  Green where trophies will be  presented at the fair opening.  There is no entry fee, it's  open to all ages, and the  number to call to pre-register is  885-5449. Ask for Carol.  Sechelt  sweeper  Sechelt has bought a road  sweeper and public works crews  are busy catching up on the  sweeping that needs to be done  around the municipal district.  At the June 13 meeting public  works foreman Doug Fraser  said he had been approached by  both Gibsons and the Department of Highways inquiring  about renting the machinery.  Fraser proposed $80 an hour  rental charge for the sweeper  and the operator, and the committee will lie looking into the  possibility.  DO IT UP  KIDS  Trail Bay Mall, Sechell  TEDDY BED'S  ARE HERE  885-5255  Indulge, Escape.  Enjoy the luxury  of a cruise vacation.  San Francisco  from*41900cdn  All mini cruise  specials based on  per person/double  occupancy and  include airfare  back to Vancouver.  PLUS TAXES/COND. APPLY  Depart Sept. 22  - 2 nights on board  2 optional nejjhfs in S.F. - from $129  or Reno   from $189  LOS Angeles - (rom $499����Cdn.  PLUS TAXES/COND. APPLY  Depart Sept. 22 - 4 nights on board  Acapulco - Irom $1080����Cdn.  PLUS TAXES/COND. APPLY  Depart Sept. 25, Sept. 27, Oct. 1  2 optional nights in Acapulco ��� from $100  HF Swcuuttt Agewctfia  Travel Dept.  (formerly Gibsons Travel)  886-9255  Sunnycnst Mill  CF Update  LAURA  Life expectancy 24 years-  Laura is a victim of Cystic Fibrosis  2nd Annual Walk-a-Run-a-Thon  Sponsored by the Gibsons and Sechelt Chamebers eif Commerce  SUNDAY, JUNE 24TH  Points will be awarded on the basis of seven categories:  Youngest I'.inii  Ipont  Mi  it do their own walking  OKIcm Portlcipnni  Mom Monci Railed by T<  im  Fattest Wolkci  Matt Money Rotted by an  In.  (vidua)  Ftutat Runnct  Mom Participant?  Walkers rally at 8:30 am for registration and start walking at 9 am. Runners register at 9:30  am ond take off at 10 am.  The starting points are the Petro Canada station In Sechelt and Sunnycrest Mall in Gibsons.  Halfway rest stations will be located at the Wilson Creek Campground and the Peninsula  Motor Inn.  Finish Line: The Mason Hall in Roberts Creek. Individual prizes will be awarded for the  Craziest Hat, Wildest T-Shirt and Funniest Shoes.  Ceeme eeeel and eiel)/*,Tt ve��er leieell Ckelmlie'r nf Commerce emel tehf Seenshiw CoeesI CF CetyKCT.  All proceeds go to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.  Pledge Sheet* can be picked up at ehe Sechell Chamber of Commerce Office, the Gibseens Chamber eif  Commerce <3ffice, Linreadinc's Sheies, or Zippers Kids.  Toward The Promise  by Liz Mitten-Ryan  is on display at the Cactus Flower in Sechelt and Linnadine's Shoes in Gibsons.  To order your limited edition print ($195) call lllana Holloway 885-3651.  Cable Eleven  Turn to Cable 11 on Tuesday or Thursday to hear Elva Dinn, Liz Mitten-Ryan  and lllana Holloway talking about Cystic Fibrosis.  ������  mmm 10.  Coast News, June 18,1990  South Pender Harbour  Derby update  WWs  Sechelt Elementary School students display their artistic talents  as they create a mural on the wall of Shadow Baux Gallery In  Sechelt. -R,  Pender Patter  Peter is polite!  by Ann Coofc, M3-��W1I  The fishing derby had  something new this year. As the  fish were caught, they were  quickly weighed and put back  into the ocean. I guess most kids  have kept their fish, under the  car seat for three days, in the  freezer to show off, or just left  on the dock.  Seems young Mike Fearn,  who went seining for the first  time last season made a killing,  decided to save the fish for  more than a winning ribbon.  Billy Griffith and Len Silvey,  Ihe offical 'bailers of hooks and  weigher-inners', thought il was  a great idea. So from now on,  the kids can take home a ribbon  and a picture of their calch.  The winners of the derby  were: Louis Nichol, most fish;  Sean Gray, biggest fish; Russell  Silvey, second biggest; Erin  Fearn and Jaccie Joseph were  the runners up.  The rest of the day, from the  first pancake breakfast served  by the Egmont Lions to the last  waltz al the community club, it  was a fun day.  Yes, the rain came down, the  adults tug-o-warred, the kids  ran races (relay, sack, three-  legged, potato-on-a-spoon). I  heard the latter were called 'racing potatoes' as they were  specially grown for racing!  The Lions were waiting with  hot dogs and hamburgers and  coffee. Then onto evening and a  smorgasbord, dining and dancing sounds, smooth.  This year Egmont Day was  really a community effort, so  we should turn left and say  thank you and then turn right  and say thank you, that way no  one will be left out. I'm ejven going to thank me for choosing to  be an Egmonster.  OTHER NEWS  Wednesday, the library will  be open in the morning. PHSS  graduation ceremonies are this  week, Friday, June 22 at 4 pm  wilh Ihe banquet at 7 pm.  Thursday is the first day of  summer, and yoga is at the old  school building at 10:30 am.  Verda is home from a short  visil to St. Mary's for some  TLC.  PAT ON THE BACK  To all who are tuning up their  musical instruments or practicing do-ray-me for the next cof-  fee house evening put on by the  Egmont Community Club.  Improvement District  ANNUAL  GENERAL MEETING  To be held Tuesday, June 26, 1990  at 7:30 in the Pender Harbour Community Hall  Two Trustees positions to be filled. Nominations will be  accepted from the floor. Contact S.P.H.W.D. office for  further details. Refreshments will be served.   Secretary-Treasurer S.P.H.W.D   IMPORTANT PUBLIC MEETING  for  PENDER HARBOUR & EGMONT RESIDENTS  by Myrtle Winchester .883-9099  No, this isn't a gossip column.  "The Grapevine" is the BC  Liquor Distribution Branch's  publication for employees, and  here's an item of interest to  Pender Harbouriles, a letter  (that appeared right next to one  from our very own premier)  from Egmonster Ann Cook:  "In response to a newspaper  article regarding the poor treatment of a liquor store  customer."  "There are too many  negative comments. Here's the  positive. Peter, our friendly  proprietor of the Madeira Park  liquor store treats us all in the  same manner, whether we are  taking out full cans or bringing  in empty cans. 1 have even seen  him go out and help an old age  customer with their flats of tins  at the door! Peter makes up for  any not-too-friendly clerks."  HIGHWAY NEWS  Nothing's for sure and that's  for sure.  The extension of Ihe Wood  eBay - Secret Cove highway project that just about everyone's  been looking forward to may  not happen in the near future,  although the Department of  Highways has announced that  they will finish the part that they  started some lime ago (no-one  remembers how long).  The extension will eventually  get done (the whole highway  will eventually get done, maybe  all the way to Egmont), but for  now all that's happening, says a  rather annoyed Harold Long, is  that "planning and engineering  is scheduled to begin this  spring." That's before Thursday.  Good news highways-wise for  Lee Bay Road, though. It will  be graded and have an oil-gravel  surface put on it this summer.  Other summer highways  work includes re-surfacing and  a bit of widening from Madeira  Y.M.C.A.  PARKING  LOT SALE  The Ultimate Garage  Sale of Used and  Obsolete Equipment  ��� Furniture  ��� I'liiHihlmr I mute.  ��� Took  ��� Hual < .min".  ��� Kim.iui.ui! Suppli<n  ��� Motors  ��� ( lnl(lu'ii\ C'lolht-s  1 ( timpnicrs  ���Hedt  ' (iutden l-.quipmcni  * IklHIS, I  .IIIIHs  Sunday, June 24th  10 am to 4 pm  Y.M.C.A. Camp Hphinsfont  (feeeee of YMCA Road. Ijeeejelaltl  Park to Earl's Cove and from  the Madeira Park turnoff lo the  government wharf turnoff.  CLINIC EXPANSION  The Clinic Expansion Project  is looking for volunteers to canvass for donations lo add to the  current total of $27,000 that's  been raised in the community.  For more information contact  Peter Grabenhof at 883-9444.  RETIREMENT TEA  Friends and acquaintances of  Denise MacKay are invited to a  tea in honour of her retirement  on June 21 from 1 to 4:30 pm at  the Madeira Park Elementary  School Library.  WILDLIFE SOCIETY  The regular monthly meeting  of the Pender Harbour and  District Wildlife Society will be  held on June 19 at 7:30 pm at  the Madeira Park Elementary  School.  Happy Holidays  Meeteirheeme Rentals, Sales e!k Service Ltd.nw��������*'���  FUTURE PlANNHtt  FOR WW  EDUCATIONAL FACIUTI  Information sharing and discussion  concerning renovation or replacement  of Madeira Park Elementary School  Year 2000 Planning  SALE:  6 10" Neerthcrn Lite- Cnmpe.'r, Muldwl Flbccgln*  Firs Leenu Re,\ linpeerts  8'4" Fits Short Box Full Si;c  WTilsMieteDeeeJue'Dnkoea  $ 7,490.  $8,760.  $9,495.  \YV ifljto tviil MoKir/iomi's !$" Cmn/nTs  Phone 886-9025 or 886-8481  Wednesday, June 20,1990  7:30 P.M.  MADEIRA PARK  ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  GYMNASIUM  I Sponsored by School District No. 46  I Local Facilities Planning Committee  G. Struthers...883-2457  k. Munro...883-9604  Community  Participation  is Vital  for our  Children's  Future  Tom Toolery Ltd.  Sales, Services & Rentals  883-9114  CIHTaU HABOWaUl  hardware  housewares  tackle  paint  888-9914  F00DLINER  "Check our Flyer"  %  (Dr  enmar 'JJrapenes  & NEEDlECRAFt SUPPIIES  883-2274  ROB'S  VIDEO RENTALS  883-2988  Jk MARINA  PHARMACY  ,883-2888  Oak Tree Market  Open 7 days a week  10 am - 8 pm  Marina r  I01AI SHOf PING  7 Days ��� Wert  ��wue'��  RESORT  BOAT RENTALS  AIR  883-2456  Like  YOUR NAME  Heie!  Tha feeeuhlee*  coAimw*  in Pender lirrhour Cemlre-  Meen-Fri, 88:1-9099  PENDER HARBOUR  COIF COURSE  Visitors Welcome  '/' M. North ol Caeele'n B.iy Rel.,  Hwy. 101 883-9541  Royil Cinidlin Legion ��� Branch 112  ��  PENDER HARBOUR  LEGION  Members & Guests  Always Welcome  Telephone 813-9632  Drop oil your  COA8T NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  it  Marina Pharmacy  In Pender Harbour  PROFESSIONAL  SERVICES  Like  YOUR NAME  Here?  aleeel  COAIT II W|  in Pender Harbour Cenlre  Mon. ��� Fri.  883-9099  ���TVHMG  ���WORD PROCESSING  ���ACCOUNTING  ���FAX SERVICE  ���PHOTOCOPYING  ���ANSWERING SERVICE  COAIT SEW!  In Pender Harbour Cenlre  883-9099  PENDER  HARBOUR  CREDIT  UNION  883-9531  Pender Harbour  Realty LTD.  883-9525  FAX: 883-9524  HUGH W. JONES  Lawyer  .883-9525  CONTRACTORS  SPECTRUM CONTRACTING  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  eknyNttilaw Phillip Nttilaw  885-9341 885-4801  J.P.FORM RENTALS  Rentals & Construction  7-KS  883*9046  9eahorse  onstruction  Indian Isle  Construction  Backhoe & Dumptruck  Service  ,883-2747 or 883-2730  Roofing  883-9303  leae ��� C������|. |h.hta, iMeeejtoa,  fflnael lath, Taede Oee, Dvroe*  Peninsula Power &.  Cable Ltd.  Hleeh I low Voll.ar heeaeer linn  Oeelejooe Seeb-Statleeeee  .883-2218  Ray Hansen Trucking  1 Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883-9222  MAHINI     SERVICIS  HARBOUR BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps & Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  Located at Headwater Marina  Madeira Marina  883-2266  c  tike  YOUR NAME  Henri  He.  COAST fflWf  in Pender Harbour Centre  Mon.-Fri; 8M-909'  MOBILE HOMES  ���d Used ��� Imlint  883-9338 or 580-4321 (call collect)  Miss Sunny's Hair Boutique  883-2715  Drop oil your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  ���I  Marina .Pharmacy  in Pender Harbour  w      Pnh   Vili-fmnl.  Garden Bay  Hotel  Pub. Watartroeee Reesueerane. Moorafa. Air  Chareara. Plahleef Creeereara. Bllea Rareeala  ���W-UT4 tub  MS-MI* ���eiaturut  art raaMajek aa*e ai/e-\lh2  ?m  11.NN.  Fully licenced mitt*  draught bur on lap.  Catering Available  At ln# rWiOOf nofvOUi now  Brieve SchMlen, eVejr.  883-2425  ft Mk* eHwtow  Rntwrant  Canadian & Chinese Cuisine  883-2413  HEADWATER MARINA ltb.  Ways, Hi-Pressure Washing,  S Year-Round Moorage  883-2406 ���] Gibsons' outstanding citizens  Coast News, June 16,1990  11.  The Cilizcn of the Year Awards were presented al a chamber of  commerce banquet last week al the Mariners' Restaurant In Ob-  sons (see Slory ). -Row NIcIioImi fkolo  SCRD hears  TAC proposal  by Rose Nicholson  A preliminary proposal for  an umbrella organization that  would tie together all aspects of  the tourism industry on the Sunshine Coast was presented to the  Tourism Action Committee  (TAC) of the regional district at  a meeting on June 14.  The draft proposal, which  evolved out of a recommendation of the Economic Development Commission, was  prepared by Vene Parnell and  Donna Johnson of Travel Sunshine Coast (TSC). It suggests  expanding the mandate of that  group for the purpose of coordinating the activities of the Info Centre in Gibsons, Sechelt  and Madeira Park and develop-  -JmJmW^  Guess Where  The usual prize of $5 will be awarded to Ihe first correct entry  drawn which locales the above. Send your entries to reach the  Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons by Friday afternoon of this week.  Last week's winner was Darnell Paul of Sechell who correctly  identified Ihe lotem pole in front of the .Sechelt Indian Band Hall.  MOUNTAIN FM RADIO  presents  THE SUMMER MUSIC  CAMP FOR TEENS  at Rockwood Lodge (July 9-13)  Name  Address.  Phone #_  Age.  Instrument   What school did you attend?.  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  I  1.  How long have you been playing?.  Do you wish to register for:  The Choir Camp   The Instrument Camp.  Both   Registration Fee Is 810 per camp  ���Registration is limited to 30 students per camp  Classes are held Mon. to Fri. at Rockwood Lodge  ���For further Inlormation contact Seetmlt Elementary School  at 885-2114  Return Registration Forms to SectwH Elementary School  Make cheques payable to Mtn. FM Summor Muale Camp  Chamber presents awards  ing a coordinated approach to  all the tourism activities on the  Coast.  "The main job of Travel  Sunshine Coast has been  marketing," said Parnell. "This  could be expanded to include a  central registry for all inquiries  that come to the area."  Other suggested functions of  an expanded TSC would be to  provide a coordinator of events  to handle tickets, bookings and  information on all local events  and a packaging coordinator to  assist local businesses to put  together events and attractions.  The proposal was approved  in principal by the TAC and a  sub-committee was formed to  study the matter further.  by Georte Cooper  Outstanding Citizens awards  were presented to individuals  and organizations by the Gibsons and District Chamber of  Commence at its dinner meeting  in the Mariners' Restaurant on  June 12.  Emily Hunter, who had her  90th birthday on June 7, was  honoured with the Outstanding  Senior award. Emily, now a  resident of the Kiwanis Care  Home, has performed many  volunteer service in her time  and brightens the home with her  cheerfulness. A standing ovation accompanied the presentation of the award.  For outstanding volunteer  service in the community Gwen  Robertson received one of the  chamber's unique plaques.  Gwen is known for her work in  Nifty Thrifty's and the Food  Bank, in the Heritage Society,  the Wellness group, Catch 16,  and the Sea Cavalcade.  Graham Edney's ever-willing  assistance in musk for programs in Greenecourl, on  Channel 11, and the Miss Gibsons pageant among others, was  awarded the plaque in the  Cultural category.  The West Howe Sound Fire  Department, composed entirely  of volunteers who train diligently in the skilled work of fire protection among other relevant  community services, answered  97 calls last year, and have  responded to more than 50 this  year, were cited as the outstanding volunteer organization.  Wally Dempster and Clayton  Cunningham received the plaque as representatives of the  department.  Mark Sorokan of the RCMP  was selected the Outstanding  Citizen of the Year by the  chamber. The l��tCT nominating  him listed the many services lie  has so conscientiously .performed in the community.  "A much appreciated presentation on my 10th anniversary  in the RCMP," said Mark.  Mark and wife Barbara made  the journey from Granisle to  Gibsons in 15 hours of almost  non-stop driving.  The Couple of the Year  award went to Malcolm and Jo  Fraser for their many hours of  volunteer service. Mrs. Fraser,  it was noted, could not attend  the awards dinner - she was  busy in Vancouver with  meetings concerning the  Brownies.  A special award was given to  the Beachcombers who shoot  their 19th and final season this  year. The citation marke*d their  community spirit in providing  their skills and equipment for  many community projects.  Derek Gardner and Jan Durbin  accepted the plaque on behalf  of fellow Beachcombers.  Speakers at the dinner were  Elva Dinn and Dianne Evans.  Mrs. Dinn is president of the  Cystic Fibrosis Society here on  Ihe Coast. In her talk she  reminded the audience of the  toll the disease takes and the  need of public support. She urged all to take part in the Walk-a-  Run-a-Thon June 24.  Dianne Evans, formerly service manager of the Volunteer  Action Committee, reminded  the audience of the millions of  hours given freely by citizens in  this country of ours to community services.  "Without volunteers," she  said, "life in our community  would be barren, indeed."  Each year the chamber of  commerce welcomes letters  from citizens recommending so  meone who has given generously of time and skill to benefit the  community to be considered for  an award by the rfiamba.  Car Rally -  July 13th 6:00 pm  Driver and navigator teams - Entry Fee: $10.00  Pre-register: Eunice 885-5180  1st Prize: $100.00  Kid?' Fishing Derby - /-*  July 14th 8:30-11:00 am (4-12 years)  Pre-register at B&l Store  Prizes and surprises, free hot dogs & pop  GARDEN BAY  HOTEL  Fl petition  Petitions representing both sides of the French Immersion  Issue were presented to the school board at the June 12  meeting.  There were 122 signatures on the petition that stated the  case for Parents for French, while 745 people signed the one  that expressed support for the board.  SAEE boating.  SURE ENJOYMENT!  Summer wouldn't  be summer without  sun, wind and water!  But when you're out  there, make sure  you're up to date on  the latest regulations  and safety gear for  your boat.  Call the Canadian  Coast Guard at 1-800-  267-6687, for a directory of safe boating  courses, or contact  the organizations listed here for  information on their courses.  Whether you're a  new boater or an old  salt, before you head  out, find out!  Canadian Yachting  Association  Tel.: (613) 748-5687  The Canadian Red  Cross Society  Tel.: (613) 739-3000  Canadian Power and  Sail Squadrons  Tel.: 1-800-268-3579  Canadian Recreational  Canoeing Association  Tel.: (519) 473-2109  /iV//'fl till' /'('if/it \Ulif  1*1  CeinKjinn        QantoceMetra  CoMiQutrd    ecanttedefcmt  Canada 12. Coast News, June 18,1990  -ft  THIS SPACE  IS  AVAILABLE  for Non-Profit  groups to promote  their community  event FREE  OF CHARGE,  courtesy of these  Gibsons Landing  Merchants.  To list your event,  call the COAST  NEWS, 886-2622  by Thursday noon.  fy  THE BIGGEST  LITTLE STORE  Past Ken's Lucky Dollar  SANOW/CH  . /A/ TOWN   .  Variety -^ FOODS  Gibsons Landing     886-2936  ^��"%  Distinctive  GIFTWARE &  MEMENTOS  Gower Pt. Rd.,  Gibsons Landing  886-2818  Foam mattress  Egg Crate Foam  W.W. UPHOLSTERY  & BOAT TOPS ltd  637 Wyngaert Rd.. Gibsons  886-7310  MARY'S  VARIETY  886-8077  Open 7 Day* A Week  GowavPl. Rd.  GHaoni Landing  DryCleuning  Drop ON  MIM BOW  COLLECTIONS  Colleen and Marion wish to  thank everyone for the support  shown us in ihis our first year  here in Gibsons.  We would like to remind you  that we arc more than a Gift  Shop or Ceramic Studio. Some  eel ihe items we carry are  creative twist, fnnee, friendly  plastic, jewclery findings, cltx:k  works, glue, music boxes, petal  peercclain, orgami paper, Ixw-  quet holders, fabric paints,  paints ��� oil & acrylic, brushes,  books and many many more.  Thanks to you, it has been a  great year. We look forward to  being of help to you in this  coming year.  Thanks again and browsers  are welcome.  Ken's Lucky Dollar Foods /  886-2257     gower point ro��o. Gibsons landing Yeeeer LOTTERY Centre;    [tw] [.���..,���.,] j*j3*fl      \EflflnC  Luck\ ,  DOLLAR  BUTCHER SHOP  Canada Grade A Beef  Inside Round  roast  lb.  2.89  Beef ��� Bone in  rib steaks    *.  Bulk - Pork or Dinner  sausage       <��  Olympic ��� 450g  wieners      ��**  3.99  1.79  1.89  GROCERY  Pasla West ��� Buitonl JS       A f%  fettucini        500,1-4"  Catelll ��� (Meat/Tomato)  spaghetti QQ  SaUCe 398ml  .99  Teenaqt Mulanl Ninja Tunic am fm.  pasta dinner .D"  Splendor  macaroni & on  cheese dinner ....��* .09  Country Cream ��� Assorted mS      A ^%  puddings      ��m1 -03  !���>,,���' ii| Femey   Assorted ���f"*f  green peas       :wm<. / I  Edelwless    While Wine je      AA  sauerkraut    ���mi I. ��9  Dare! 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STRAWBERRY CHEESE CAKE  Imi  11/3 cups digestive biscuits  2 tablespoons sugar  1/3 cup melted buttw  Crush the biscuits, stir into melted butter, add  sugar and mix. Press evenly Into a 9" diameter  cake pan.  Cheese Layer:  250g croimctiMso  Vi cup yogurt  2/3 cup sugar  2 eggs  2 tablespoons grated orange rind  teal all Ingredients togelner until smooth. Pour  over biscuit mixture: Bake al 350*F tor 25 ��� 30  minutes. Cool and chill.  Topping:  1 cup sliced strawberries  * cup orange liquet  11tblespoM sugar  Mix all Ingredients and place on top ol chilled  cheese cake and serve.  NEST LEWIS  CUSTOM  Ceramics  Made to  fj?  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Gibsons. B.C.  ��� Fine Art  ��� Pottery  ��� Cards  ��� Posters  ��� Art Supplies  ��� Blown Glass  Lyall  Nanson  GALLERY  886-9213  Show Piece Gallery^m^  & CUSTOM FRAMING  280 Gower Pt. Rd.. Gibsons Landing  I c'**>Na LANDING  FRAMING  886-9215  Come In to a Friendly Cale  Relax and Enjoy  ���A superbly satisfying meal  ���A "famous" Harbour Cale  home made dessert  ���Great service from people  who care  Gibsons Landing  886-2261  SAVE  VALUABLE  TIME  We Deliver  Call Doug at 886*7686  AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  Office & Restaurant  Supplies & Equipment  RAMMA'S  PUB  CATCH  THE  WAVE  \  i i  Ml 14.  Coast News, June 18,1990  I FltllRF  LEISURE  :  King of the Safecrackers  was Brother Twelve's Brother  by Peter Trower  The following story then  is that of my brother  Edward Arthur Wilson  and of the religion he  invented  It tells of the degradation  inflicted on the followers  of murders, orgies, weird sexual rites  of greed, free love, black  magic.  Herbert Emerson Wilson  (from Canada's False Prophet)  Following the demise of the  Arcade of Mysteries, Herb  Wilson buys a house in the West  End and disappears from the  public eye for awhile. At 80  years old, he is rapidly running  oul of lime. Bul Ihe wily old  <m  Featuring  SM*  Panasonic.  just slightly ahead ol our time.  OmnlvlBlonivUg  Only  $510#oo  m  W0RDOFMOIM  presented by  College of Dental Surgeons of BC  INFECTION CONTROL IN DENTISTRY  For many decades dentalo��.eet have carrtedout procedures toprevent  the passing of bacteria or viruses from one patient to another. Disposable  one-use Heme such aa needles, suction tips, mixing spatulas, tray rwpers  and Mbt ate tJitcareW alter each appointment. Metal instruments are  scrubbed after use and sterilized. Denial chairs, counters, tray tables and  light handles am wiped down with disinfectant alter each patient's visit.  At ��� result, you art lett likely to be exposed to someone else's mouth  bacteria In ��� dental office than In a good restaurant.  Dentists started the routine wearing of disposable surgical glovet in  recent yeaia when It was recognized that even vigorous scrubbing would  not leave hands totally tree of bacteria. Gloves provide mutual protection  from Inlectlon and disease and for (hit reaton, you should ask that your  dental team wear them when you are being examined and treated.  But the dental team mutt alto be aware of ttte potential danger ol  Infection to themselt. Splashing water containing blood or saliva can  cause Inlectlon ol the skin, eyes, or respiratory system. Accidental  needle punctures ol the hands may transmit diseases such aa hepatitis  that are very serious and potentially fatal. For these reatons, special  precautions are taken, and most staff members wear surgical masks and  eye glasses or lacs shields in addition to gloves to examine or treat  patients. With the advances being made in protective equlepment design,  it may well be that dentists in the future will tear a strong resemblance to  deep sea dlvertl  The AIDS epidemic hat created serious concern about the disposal ol  Infectesd wastes, highlighted when contaminated medical syringes washed  up on east watt beaches in the U.S. The dental profession has  acknowledged Its responstollltles In the safe disposal of hazardous  produeds. This hat led to new guidelines which includes separating and  Incinerating used needles and other used material, and sterilizing and  Identifying these wastes for disposal when Incineration Is not available.  Increased Infectious control measures is making a good system even  better trccause the dental profession believes its patients - and Us staff -  have a right lo exepect no lett than the tafest care possible.  77*i��li//��n/fiirtl��n6yB.Cfl*nl(irOf.H-��tomMi��V/*c��. Inlormation within  fa net Intended to diagnose er men treatment; nedere should consult their  emndat tor IndMoiml dental ornrt. Beedmra' queattona ere welcome. Please  write: WordotltoueX Comotnot0onUiiamvoeneot8.C,8ultet00,1705 Weet  am Ave., Vancouver, e.c. ���Auaca.  cracksman still has a trick or  two left up his sleeve. For a  writer who has never ebeen able  to get his own books published,  he now makes an unusual move  ��� he decides to set up shop as a  literary agent.  Wilson loses no time getting  ihis new venture in motion. He  enlists the help of his former  barker, Jack Bird and forms a  company called the Author's  Agency. He also managers to  smooth things out with Amelia  and she becomes involved in the  project.  To save expenses, they decide  to work out of Wilson's home.  Wilson has some official-  looking stationery printed and  begins to run ads in the local  newspapers, requesting manuscripts. Jack Bird and Amelia  are assigned as readers.  The manuscripts begin to  trickle in. Herb Wilson is highly  optimistic.  Unfortunately for Wilson's  glowing expectations, most of  the manuscripts the Author's  Agency receives are considerably less than deathless  prose. They range from maudlin and pointless autobiographical ramblings to illogical, clumsily-written science  fiction epics. The least bad of  ihese feckless submissions,  Wilson mails out dutifully to  various eastern publishers. Inevitably, Ihey come bouncing  back, just as his own books  have always done.  Wilson considers his own  books. He has a company now.  What is to stop him from putting them out himself? He'll  show those smug publishers,  who don't know a good thing  when they see it.  Thus the Author's Agency  briefly becomes a publishing  company. Only two books will  be produced under its imprint  ��� both of them Wilson's.  The'first of these is a strange.  novel called Greed, set in Mexico and dealing with a Utopian  colony that goes awry. Wilson  has always considered it one of  his major creations. But Wilson  has never been any great shakes  as a self critic.  Despite an interesting  premise, the book is irredeemably flawed by purple  prose and characters both  unbelieveable and unsympathetic. The reviewers ��� as  with most vanity press produtf s  ��� pointedly ignore it. After  selling a few copies, it sinks like  a stone.  Old age  pensions  increase  Federal Old Age Security,  Guaranteed Income Supplement and Spouse's Allowance  benefits will increase in July in  line with the cost of living, the  Honourable Perrin Beatty,  Minister of National Health and  Welfare, announced June 7th.  The Old Age Security pension, paid to people 65 and  older, will rise to $347.93 (from  $343.13) a month.  The maximum Guaranteed  Income Supplement (GIS) will  increase to $413.48 (from  $407.77) for a single person and  for a married person whose  spouse docs not receive an Old  Age Security pension or  Spouse's Allowance.  The maximum Guaranteed  Income Supplement will increase to $269.32 (from  $265.60) for each married person whose spouse also retceives  an Old Age .Security pension  and for a married person whose  spouse receives a Spouse's  .Allowance.  The maximum Spouse's  Allowance ��� paid to low-  income people between 60 and  64 who ve married to GIS recipients ��� will increase to  $617.25 (from $608.73).  The maximum Widowed  Spouse's .Allowance, paid only  to low-income widowed persons  aged 60 to 64 who reside in  Canada and meet the basic  residence requirements, will increase to $681.44 (from  $672.04).  All of these benefits are adjusted every three months based  on increases in the Consumer  Price Index, Statistics Canada's  mature of inflation.  The second book Rogues, All  Of Us, does marginally better.  Of all Wilson's many works,  this is the one that poet Earle  Birney deemed to have the most  potential.  Rogues is marred by the same  awkward syntax and overwriting that characterizes all  Wilson's work. But the book  has some valid insights about  epenetentiary life. It does a little  belter than Greed, however, as  far as sales go.  Jack Bird, realizing that there  is no future in the Author's  Agency ��� except as a sop to  Herb Wilson's ego ��� elects to  lake  his  leave.  Amelia becomes restive, urging Wilson to give up the whole  enterprise and turn his hand to  something more realistic. To  pacify his wife, Wilson sends  her on a trip to Hollywood. Her  mission is to try and reawaken  interest in a filmed version of  his gangster days. He has never  given up hope that such a movie  will someday be produced.  While Amelia is away, Wilson stumbles across a thick  folder of notes and old  newspaper clippings she has  been collecting for years. During the years in Courtenay, she  had become fascinated with the  legend of Brother 12, the  notorious Vancouver Island cult  leader and had begun compiling  information on his activities,  towards an article or even a  book.  Wilson, preoccupied with his  own projects, had not paid  much attention to his wife's activities at the time. Beyond  noting that, since Brother I2's  real last name was also Wilson,  he could well be a relative.  Amelia's material is chronologically arranged. Now, as  Wilson pores over it, he  becomes caught up in the  ..strange story.  To be continued...  Come enjoy our outside dining, or call  ahead for your take-out lunch for the beach.  We will be closed Friday, |une 22 from 7 pm to closing  for a private function.  Sorry for any inconvenience.  I���New Summer Hours-  Monday 9:00-5:00  Tues.Theirs.       9:00-8:00  Fri. t, Sat. 9:00-9:00  Sunday Closed  Rnervatewii aecejmmeixhd  Teredo Square, Sechelt  885-9962  ILLIGAN'S PUB,  PRESENTS  I Coast News, June 18,1990  Singers and dancers  Concert tickets go on sale  15.  Tickets go on sale this week  for two exciting concerts at the  beginning of July. The Manchester Boys Choir is a 27 voice  group ageei 10-16 who perform  in a very entertaining and appealing style. The lightness and  purity of boy's voices are sure  to be a delight on an early summer evening. July 2,8 pm is the  time, the location is Sechelt.  The Nyonza Singers and  Dancers of Uganda performed  in Gibsons two years ago to a  thrilled sell-out audience. They  perform a very eclectic range of  music from madrigals to traditional Ugandan hunting rituals.  Their energy and vigour are  fuelled by a boundless joy on  stage. Rumous has it they will  be bringing a children's group  this time. The Nyonza Singers  and Danrers will .perform Sunday, July 8 at 8 pm at the  Twilight Theatre in Gibsons.  Both the British and the  African choirs are in BC as part  of the Kathaumixw International Choral Festival held in  Powell River every two years.  They have a rigourous tour  schedule while they are here and  are in greal demand. The Arts  Council is delighted to be able  to present them in our rom-  munity.  Tickets for both groups are  available at all bookstores,  Seaview Market and the Arts  Centre. Call 885-5412 for more  information.  Kim Davis demonstrates the fine points of intaglio etching for  students at Sechelt Elementary School last WMk at Shadow Baux  Gallery in Sechelt. -Row Nicholson photo  At The Arts Centre  Roberts  Creek  LEGION  FRIDAY NIGHT DINNER  Friday, June 22  English Mixed Grill  Reg. $7.00   Seniors $6.00  Restrospective show  Trudy Small's retrospective  at the Arts Centre spreads out a  200-year span of artistic activity  in which the artist moved from  pure painting in both abstract  and expressionist modes to an  increasing use of paper collage,  then found objects, then paint  so thick it became an object  itself.  Eventually her collages  became assemblages where  volume and depth are important  elements, paint is always a major participant in the playful  relationships among her  materials, and is often used at  high levels of contrast which accentuate the spatial dynamics in  her work.  Her frames are not simply  'settings for jewels' but are  themselves embraced and converted by the unruly decorates,  and are as likely to be found  within the boundaries of a composition as without.  But don't think she is only interested in playing with the  physical qualities of her  medium - she sometimes  fashions pointed and even rude  observations on the state of her  world.  Come and enjoy the show,  114 Wednesday to Saturday,  1-4 Sunday. This week and  next...until July 1.  Channel Eleven  TUESDAY, JUNE 19  6:30 PM  Cystic Fibrosis  Join Penny Fuller and three  members of the Sunshine Coast  Chapter of the Cystic Fibrosis  Foundation.   Guests   include  Elva Dinn, lllana Hollaway and  Liz Mitten-Ryan.  7 PM  Sunshine Coast Breakaway  Dr. Barry Stein discusses the  Breakaway ."^Programme with  programme director Karl Lad-  wig, Penticlion program director Danny Highly arid parents  April and John Mackenzie-  Moore.  7:30 PM  This New House Part 5  More of the mechanical part  of your new house is the topic  of the fifth of this eight part  series produced by Shaw Cable  White Rock.  8 PM  Parliamentary Talkback  Al Price hosts this months  programme that allows viewers  to talk with their provincial and  federal  government  representatives. Join Al and MP Ray  Skelly in this phone in programme taped last Thursday.  THURSDAY, JUNE 21  7 PM  Cystic Fibrosis  See Tuesday at 6:30 pm for  details.  7:30 PM  This New House Part 6  The interior finish of your  new house is the topic of the  sixth of this eight part series  produced by Shaw Cable White  Rock.  RPM  The Pirates of Pentance  Tapecd during a dress rehear-  SOUTH COAST FORD  885-3281  sal of the Sunshine Coast Music  Society's presentation of the  Gilbert and Sullivan musical.  Graduation  GIFT  CERTIFICATES  at  Hand-Crafted Jewellery  & Accessories  Han.-Sat., 10-5  Cowrie St., SaehaH  Your guide to  the finest in  area dining  A listing of  restaurants  and pubs  1  Cowl  When one of the Coast's fine dining establishments of  long-standing tradition re-opens after a hiatus, it is definitely  reason to celebrate. Such was the occasion which saw our  party of four recently attend the grand opening of The Terrace at Bonniebrook, at the mouth of Chaster Creek.  Under the ownership and management of Ken and Barb  Norton, and with the kitchen presided over by Chef Matthew  Hoag, The Terrace maintains all the tasteful, traditional,  homey and get elegant charm one has come to expect at 'the  lodge', while introducing a truly unique 'West Coast cuisine'.  The menu contains some surprises, and we were eager to  sample our fair share of them. Tne emphasis is on 'fresh' and  'locally grown', and we were not disappointed.  High on our list of 'must be triesd' was the 'Wild' Salad, a  very tasty selection of greens and edible flowers in a light  vinaigrette which added a suitably exotic beginning to the  meal. The Clear Duck Consummes were declared  'wonderful', and my BC Shellfish, fresh morsels of seafood  in a lovely white wine aspic and beautifully garnished, was  everything I'd hoped for.  Entrees got top ratings, especially the Fresh Fraser Valley  Lamb Loin with Raspberry Sauce, both orders of which were  done to exact specifications. The Beef Tenderloin in Red  Wine Sauce and flamed in Rye Whiskey, was indeed tender  and richly flavoured, and the roasted Sunshine Coast Rabbil  drew highly favourable comments from our Vancouver guesl.  Unique were the vegetables which accompanied each entree, and which were cooked to perfection (and no more), truly baby carrots, baby asparagus, baby potatoes, and the surprise delight, baby turnips. The presentation of each entree  brought forth additional compliments for the chef.  .  While dessert is definitely gilding the lily aftw such a meal,  two of us had determined in advance that the Chocolate Pate  simply must be sampled, no matter what. While this is the only dessert selection I have as y�� tasted, it must surely be the  jewel in Chef Hoag's crown. Two chocolates, a white and a  dark, kept separate in a whipped concoction about the consistency of cheesecake, embellished with rasptmies, red currant sauce and a mint leaf. It's u good as it gets!  One of our guests, involved in the restaurant business in  Colorado, commented on the finer points of correct table service and gave The Terrace's head waiter, who served at our  table, extremely high marks. He was also friendly, funny, and  very efficient without being obtrusive. With him helping to  set the tone at the restaurant, it's easy to see how The Terrace  will appeal both to those out for an degant dress occasion,  and to those who causally drop in for a fine meal.  It is indeed a pleasure to welcome The Terrace at Bonniebrook into membership in the circle of the Coast's top  dining establishments. May its current manifestation enjoy  long life and much success.  Andy's Restaurant- Every Wednesday nighl is e��rinK Rib Night. House  specialties include veal dishes, steaks,  seafood, pasla, pizza, Thai food, and lots  eel' NEW dishes. Don't miss Andy's great  Brunch Buffet every Sunday from  llam-2:30. Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388.  Cafe Pierrot- Comfortable al-  ' meesphere with warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and daily  specials are all prepared with the freshest  ingredients - both healthful and delicious.  Our whole wheat bread and scrumptious  desserts are baked fresh daily, on the  premises. Outside dining, take out orders  for the beach and cappuctno arc  available. Live entertainment most  weekends. The Coast's bistro...as unique  as the Coast itself. Mon. 9-5, Tues.  -Thurs. 9-8pm. Fri. & Sat. 9-9pm. Sunday closed. Teredo Square, Sechelt.  885*9962. Reservations recommended.  Coast Club Cafe- Bright, open,  casual dining for breakfast, lunch and  dinner. Fresh is the order of the day fee,  all of our menu items. Big burgers, pasta  dishes, sandwiches, salads and a variety  of daily features. An adull environment  with European flair. Open from 5 am daily. Join us for weekend brunch. 5519  Wharf Ave., Sechelt. 885-9344. Visa and  Mastercard accepted - sealing for 6U.  Creek House - Imimatc dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated yet  casual atmosphere. We serve rack of  lamb, duck, crah, clams, scalkeps, steaks,  also daily specials. Reservations reveene-  mended. Roberts Creek Road and Beach  Avenue - 885-9321. Open 6 pm. Cleiscd  Mondays & Tuesdays. V. MC. 40 seals.  Mariner.'  Restaurant - On the  waterfront with one of the mosl spec  ��������� tacular views in Gibsons, the Mariner.'  ' specializes in fresh and live seafexxl. and  also offers a full range of lunch and dinner entrees. Both menus change daily,  with delicious daily specials.  Marine  FAMIIY DINING  Drive, Gibsons Landing, 886-2334. Monday (o Saturday: Lunch 11-3, Monday to  Saturday: Dinner 5-10 and Sunday 5-9,  Sunday Brunch 11-3. 100 seats. V. M.C.  The Omega Pizza, Steak And  Lobster House ��� With a perfect view  of Gibsons marina, and a good time atmosphere, the umega is a people-  watcher's paradise. Cast members of The  Beachcombers can usually be found dining here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and seafood  are their specialties. Banquet facilities  available. Very special children's 'menu.  Average dinner for two: $20. Reservations recommended. Located in Gibsons  Landing at 1538 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open Sun-Thurs, 11:30 am -10  pm, Fri and Sat 11:30 am - 10:30 ,pm.  Scats 145.  Pronto's Restaurants Two locations  to serve you. Both serve an extensive  variety of pi/va, steak, pasta, lasagne,  ribs, souvlaki in a delightful family atmosphere. Children's menu available. All  dinner entrees include garlic bread and a  choice of soup or salad. Average family  meal for four about SI5-S20. Located at  Wharf Rd., Sechell, 8851919; and on  Highway 101, across from Gibsons  Medical Clinic. Gibsons, 886-8138.  Ihe Parthenon Greek Taverns  1 ocated ou ihe esplanade in downtown  Sechelt. We specialize in Greek Cuisine,  lu-sli seafood, steaks, pasta, and pizza.  Open 6 days a week - lues, through  llmrs,, from II am 10 pm and Fri. &  Sat., II am ��� II pm. Wc are open for  lunch - try our daily luncheon specials.  Lunch is served from II am - 3 pm.  Reservations recommended. Wc also  have taVe-out - pizza, ribs, pasta, Greek  food and much more! 885-1995 or  885-2833. Katherina - Hostess.  The Terrace at Bonniebrook With  an ocean panorama, The Terrace at Bon-  ML,HI LIN THI TOWN  niebrook, located on the waterfront at  Gower Point, offers superb West Coast  cuisine in a picturesque and relaxing lodge  setting. For those seeking finer dining and  a higher standard of service we offer fresh  local BC fexed, expertly prepared and  presented in a varied menu of appetizers,  entrees and desserts for lunch and dinner.  Follow Gower Point road to Ocean Beach  Esplanade. Breakfast, 6-9:30; Lunch,  11:30-2; Dinner, 5:30-9:30. Lunch and  Dinner reservations recommended.  Business groups and receptions welcome.  Visa. M/C, 886-2188.  Ruby Lake Resort - Picturesque  lakeside setting, post-and-beam dining  room, children's play area and tame  swans are part of Ruby Lake Resort's  charm. Sunday smorgasl��rd features  baron of beef and other hot meat dishes,  a beautiful salad bar and home-made  desserts. Absolutely superb prime rib on  Friday. Breakfast from 6:30 am, lunch  from II am and dinner from 4:30 to 8  pm. Daily specials, licenced, reasonable  prices, menus have something . for  everyone, on- and off-premises catering.  Hwy 101 just north of Pender Harbour,  good highway access and paiking for  vehicles of all sizes. 883-2269.  Hie Wharf ��� Opm tot breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a week.  Breathtaking ocean view and sunsets  from every (able. Continental cuisine and  seafood at ils best. Sunday Brunch from  11 am : pen. Fully licensed and ait ���  ceenditioncd. Dinner reservations recommended. Hevy. 101, Davis Bay. 883-7285.  Cetdan Neighbourhood Pub -  Great rood every day all day. Apiietizee-s  and full menu along with terrific daily  specials, available 'till �� pm ray night.  We're known for our greal atmosphere  and good times. Sun. - Thurj. open till  midnight, Fri. & Sal. open til 1 am. See  you at the Cedars, liome of the "other"  Bruno. Visa/Mastercard and reservations  accepted. 8864171.  c's Landing Marine Pub  Excellent lunches, dinners and appetizers  served in a friendly and casual waterfront  pub setting overlooking ihe mouth of  Pender Harbour. Piime rib eveiy Saturday. Free moorage available for boaters  visiting with us. We're located al ihe end  of Irvine's Landing Road, and we're open  7 days a week from 11 am lo 11 pm. Pub  open llam-llpm. Kitchen often llam-  10pm. Call 883-1145.  Lord Jim's Resort Hold - A tranquil view of Thormanby Island and the  Malaspina Straits set the theme for a  beautiful night out. Super friendly people,  fine international cuisine, comfortable  surroundings, soft music and good wine  always add up to make yours a night to  remember. With live music in our lounge  every weekend and reasonable room rates  with a heated swimming pool and games  room, all our guests fed al Iwme and at  case. So, for a night out or a get-away  weekend give us a cal). Starting June I,  summer hours for the restaurant will be:  Breakfast & Lunch, 7 am to 2 pm; Dinner  6 pm to 10 pen; seven days a week. For  reservations or more information call  885-7038.  Ernie & Gwen's Drive In- Take  out, or elelivery. Pizza, cSnners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks, ice  cream. Freer home dehvery within 4 miles,  after 6 pm only, on $10 minimum otden.  Small charge for orders under $10. Open  late every nighl. Hwy. 101, Gibsons.  886-7813.  PAIII ADVERTISEMENTS  Avaragi Mnl Pricai  Do not Includo liquor 16.  Coast News, June 18,1990  Pender Golf  SPORTS    Alternate shot game  Minor ball  Games played as of  June 14  MOSQUITO DIVISION  WLTP  Howe Sound PAP  Elson Glass  PetreeC.ee  BeV Verne  Pronto's  Omega  4 12 I 9  2 15 0 4  10 6 1 21  12 3 3 27  9'8 I 19  ���OS 2 22  HOWE SOUND P&P  In Tuesday's game Justin  Towel made excellent catches al  first base and caught a .pop fly.  Excellent pitching by Stuart  Chester.  In Thursday's game Chris  Banbury hit a homerun. Stuart  Chester, Michael Husband and  Danielle Henderson all hit  doubles.  Reminder: Tournament starts  Friday, June 22 at Brothers  Park - Bronco and Pony.  Mini, Tadpole and Mosquito  starts Saturday, June 23. Come  out and see some good games.  BRONCO DIVISION  WLTP  Devlin 10 4 2 22  Kerns 4 9 3 II  SuperValu 7 7 2 16  Seennycrest Mag 7 I I 15  TADPOLE DIVISION  WLTP  Mounlies 7 9 0 14  Gibsons Realty 5 12 I II  Kinsmen 3 12 I 7  Truffles 12 4 I 25  Electric < ee. 14 3 II 28  Itgkin 7 g I IS  All teams are playing well.  Tadpoles are having lots of fun  and building their skills. All  teams are looking forward lo  Ihe tournament which is going  to be on June 22, 23 and 24 at  Brothers Park and Gibsons  Elementary School.  We Still Hake  House  The Careful Movers  in a day when personal service seems like a chapter Irom history,  vou'll be pleased with Allied's genuine concern. Call us. We'll  make a helpful house call...right away.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom packing, storage, local ft long distance moving.  886-2664  HWY 101, GIBSONS      ^SKKET  Sunshine Coast  Hot Spots and Hints  LOCATION: PRODUCTION:  The Gap  FAIR  CampByng GOOD  Davis Bay POOR  ,  , aej���jsa^��� Trail Island POOR  T'JKlUH    I Merfy|sland  FAIR  iiftwH Pirate Rock  FAIR  Epsom Point  FAIR  t .mmmma Lasqueti Island GOOD  > ��� ��� Sangster Island GOOD  Texada Island GOOD  Bargain Harbour GOOD  Egmont  FAIR  Spring production has become spotty throughout most areas. But  we still hear of boats doing well from Pender Harbour to Gibsons.  Coho have been caught throughout the Coast but still very little.  Sangster has produced some good numbers though, up to 5 lbs.  Fish on #1 Rodholder  flej. 44.98  37  ������  Your Fishing JtefitHt  sponsoreaKi bi^  THE COAST MEWS  SALMONID  MAD  Si  by Jen; Holmes  The Monday mixed Twilite  attracted a good group of 36  golfers who played an alternate  shot game. Low gross at 44  were Lil Abbot and George  Langham.  Runners up were Sylvia  Thirlwell and Eric Antilla, one  shot back at 45. Winners of the  low net were Cathy McQuitty  and Ed McAllister followed by  Pat Mitchell and Jay Deyman.  The Langham clan struck  again for the gold, 'Smilin'  George getting the KP on three,  and Moni winning the most accurate drive for the ladies on  no. 7. Jay Deyman did the same  trick for the men.  Where the heck did everyone  go on June 5? Only 18 turned  out for the Seniors, won in  commanding style by Neil  Reeder, who netted out at 25.  Bill Jack followed at 31.5. Dave  Dakin was 32 net, and also  closest to the pin on three. Jimmy Buntain split the center of  the fairway on seven to win the  special drive.  All Juniors should note that a  special instruction program will  be available at the Club every  Wednesday, starting June 27, at  I pm for the balance of the  summer. Senior club members  will instruct the Juniors, aged 12  to 18, on the rules and play of  golf, as well as basic golf skills.  The course is offered free to  Junior members in good standing. Memberships can be purchased at the club for $40 per  person per year.  A tournament to wrap up the  course, will be held at the end of  August. To sign up for the program, leave your name and  phone  number  on  the club  S.C- Golf  by Frank Nanson  The nine hole ladies played a  low net tournament with the  winners as follows:  First Marg Bevan, second  Beth Niddery, and third  Maureen Heaven.  Our 18 holers also played for  low net with first flight winners  being A. Giroux (N68), second  Pat Scarr and third Connie  Grant. Second flight was won  by Anne Burton with H. Wright  and Eleanor Dann coming second and third. Third flight had  V. Clayton winning followed by  E. Woodman and M. Pierlot.  The twilighters had 37 out for  mixed play on Monday with  Bev Bull and Harry Cargo winning with a net 26 for the nine  holes. Adeline Clarke and Bert  Cheal were second with  Maureen Heaven and Cliff  Salahub third.  Dave Hunter of gardening  fame has caused a stir in our  relatively sedate clubhouse surroundings with the announcement that he is now of golfing  fame. This sudden change came  about with a hole-in-one at the  Camelot Golf Gub in Mesa,  Arizona. The event has been  embossed on the inside of his  hat for proof.  An interesting set of  statements occurs in a part of  the nearly three pages devoted  to Rule 25-1.1 hope the following amuses you as much as it  did me.  The rule explains the taking  of relief from Casual Water,  Ground Under Repair, etc. You  Ple,��se turn lo page 17  ftM��TN<N��N   Dinner Specials  g&��  i  i  i  i  i  i  i  Coming Soon  Live Entertainment  Available Fri., Sat. & Sun., 5-10 pm  Veal Oscar  (Veal topped with Shrimp St. Crab)  Veal Parmesan  (Veal baked in oven with parmesan and  mozzarella cheese)  Beef or Chicken Souvlaki  (Cubes of marinated meat cooked  on a stewing stick on broiler) el Grecko style!  Mousaka  Layers of potato, ground beef, eggplant,  topped with a bechamel cream  12}5  All entree- served with rice, roast potato, and two fresh vegetables plus a  delicious, fresh homemade salad bar.  Don't forget our megalicious lunches  and take-out service  Tues.-Sun., liam-lOpm, closed Mondays  S3  i05  Kithcrina ��� Hostess  Reservations Recommended  885-1995 or 885-2833  house notice board or call Eric  Antilla at 883-2633.  lt is suspexted that the real  reason for the turnout of 44  players in the June Mixed  Scramble was the super meal  that was served by our kitchen  staff. The headliners were trie  team of Randy Legge, Bea  McFarlane, Ed McAllister and  Olive Montgomery. Runners-up  were big Jim Menzies, Joyce  Reid, Bob Sagansky and Cathy  McQuitty. Joyce also won the  KP on no. 6 and Cathy the  longest drive.  For the men, Bill Lawrenuk  won the KP and Ed McAllister  the longest drive.  32 players were in the Scotch  Partners draw on Seniors day  June 12, won by the absolutely  smashing team of Ed McAllister  and me, followed one point  back by George Reid and Gordie Hall and one point behind  ihem by Jim Menzies and Bruce  Hamilton.  In the Interclub home competition between our men and  ihe Sunshine Coast club, we  took a real shellacking at  Roberts Creek, but on the second match we triumphed in  grand style, 35 to 29. So, hurray  lor us!  Pender Harbour Ladies Golf  members are celebrating their  fourth birthday party on Thursday, June 21.  Please bring a wrapped gift.  Bake it, sew it, or grow it.  A guest will be there. Lunch  approximately 12:30.  FINANCE vs  FASHION?  Not anymore. Today women make ai  many financial decision! ai fashion  decisions - for themselves and their  households.  To help them make the right choices,  more and more women are consulting  Investors for confidential advice on  achieving financial security and growth  for their money.  Make the right decision. Call us today.  Your resident Investors Planning Team  J.N.W. (Jim) BUDD Sr.  Investors  Group  PftOFTTFROH OUR EXPERIENCE  .885-3397  DEBORAH MEAL1A  886-8771  J H (Jim) BUDD Jr.  886-8771  TERMINAL  ForestProductsLtd.  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IMi^  eMMMMeeeMaeMMeMeMi^ Coast News, June 18,1990  17.  Gibsons Elementary School held an Intermediate (Grades 4-7)  sports day on June 13 and by the looks of this student, the participants tried very hard. ���Jeff Carpenter photo  Blasters win  by Mark Benson  The Ball Blasters won the  Cedars Innvitational Mixed Slo-  Pitch Tournament for the second year in a row by defeating  the Cedars Pub team 14-4 in the  final game last weekend at  Brothers Park.  Sixteen teams (12 local and  four from the Lower Mainland)  'played ball' on three fields all  day Saturday and Sunday in the  sixth annual tournament.  In 'Pool A', GBS, the Commuters and Stenner's Thunderbolts all emerged with two wins  - one loss records but GBS advanced on a very close run differential.  In 'Pool B', the Ball Blasters  emerged undefeated by edging  Mission Garoos 6-5, beating the  pesky Pigs 17-11 and trouncing  the Yahoos 20-3.  In 'Pool C'i the Cedars  started out by knocking over  past champions Dewdney  Slough 4-3, shutting out GAB  15-0 and getting by Coors  Scummbies 7-5.  In 'Pool D\ the North Vancouver Silver Bullets won their  pool by having a better record  than A&G Contracting, the  Creekers and the Langdale  Wrecks.  On Sunday in the semi-finals,  the Ball Blasters advanced to  the final by doubling GBS 14-7.  The Cedars Pub advanced to  the final by pounding the Silver  Bullets 12-6.  In the final between the  defending champion Ball  Blasters and the past champion  Cedars Pub, the Blasters batted  first and jumped out to a 2-0  lead and then held the Cedars  off the score sheet in the first inning. Blasters scored the max  imum five runs thanks to a  bases loaded triple by Rob  Brietzke to end the second inning.  Cedars got into the game  when Cathy Grant, Dave Pat-  ton and Joe Musgrove hit and  scored. The third inning was  scoreless. Cedars got another  run in the fourth, but still trailed 9-4.  The Blasters got the maximum five runs again in the fifth  on good hits by Jose Hovden,  Mark Storvold and Ray  Hladysh.  In the last couple of innings  the Blasters never allowed the  Cedars to muster an attack and  cruised to a 14-4 victory thus  winning this tournament for the  second year in a row.  In the Consolation Round,  GBS ended up fourth after losing to the Silver Bullets by a  score of 7-4. GBS got runs from  Richard Connor, Bill Drink-  water, Chuck Martin and Kenny Dempster.  A great deal of credit should  go out to the many people and  sponsors whose hard work  helped make this tournament a  good time.  S.C. Golf  Continued from page 16  should read sections (a) and (b)  in the rules book first if interested.  If a ball lies in or touches a  water hazard including a lateral  water hazard the player is not  entitled to relief without penalty  from a hole, cast, or runway  made by a burrowing animal, a  reptile or a bird. The player  shall play the ball as it lies or  proceed under Rule 26-1.  If the interference caused by  the holes or burrowing of the  above reptiles, etc. occur  elsewhere through the green the  usual drop without penalty is  allowed.  There is similar exception  made in section (c) of 25-1.  1 do hope none of you run  across any of these reptiles and  have to use this exception to the  rule!  Gibsons  Swimming Pool  Call 886-9415 for further Information  Sundays  Wtdnndayt Same is Mendiy  family  1:00-3:30  Tkmdeiyi  Public  3:30-5:00  Parent & Tot           1:00-2:00  U/W Hockey  7:00-8:00  Adpl. Aquatics         2:30-3:30  MeXleaiyt  Lessons                 3:30-6:00  Early Bird  8:30-8:30  Public                   6:00-7:30  Aqua-Fit  9:00-10:00  Co-Ed Fitness          7:30-8:30  Ease-Mi-ln  10:00-11:00  Fridays  Noon Swim  11:30-1:00  Early Bird              6:30-6:30  Lessons  3:30-7:30  Aqua-Fit               9:00-10:00  Swim Club  7:30-8:30  Fit & Fifty            10:00-10:30  Swim Fit  8:30-9:30  Seniors Swim       10:30-11:30  Timlin  Noon Swim           11:30-1:00  Fit* Filly  9:30-10:30  Swim Club             3:30-5:30  Seniors Swim  10:30-11:30  Public                   5:30-7:00  Adpt. Aquatics  2:30-3:30  Teen                   7:30-9:00  Lessons  3:30-6:00  Saturday!  Public  6:00-7:30  Public                   2:30-5:00  Co-Ed Fitness  7:30-8:30  Public                   7:00-8:30  Publication ol this schedule  sponsored by  Super Valu  Mixed slo-pitch  Coors shut-out  by Mark Benson  Coors Scummbies shut-out  GBS 3-0 in the first shut-out  and the lowest scoring game of  the season in Mixed Slo-Pitch  last week. Lonnie Brock,  Mookie, and ex-Blaster Kelly  Lynn scored for Coors.  A&G Contracting beat the  Alibi Wahoos 22-10. Judy  Eastman, Lexa Pomfret and  Bonnie Bennett scored for the  fourth place A&G.  Dan Ryles, Bob Ernst and  Wheezy replied for the Yahoos.  The Commuters cleaned the  Gibsons Pigs 18-1. Erek Jenot  hit a homerun and Jennifer  .Anderson pitched well for the  Commuters.   President   John  chipped in a homerun for .the  Pigs.  THIS WEEK'S GAMES:  Monday, June 18 - Stenner's  vs Commuters at Cedar Grove;  Wahoos vs Blasters at Langdale  N; GAB vs A&G at Langdale S;  Wrecks vs GBS at Brothers 2.  Wednesday, June 20 -Blasters  vs Creek at Brothers 3;  Stenner's vs Wahoos at Cedar  Grove; Coors vs Pigs at  Langdale N; Commuters vs  Cedars at Langdale S.  Thursday, June 21 - A&G vs  Wrecks at Langdale N; Pigs vs  Blasters at Langdale S.  Sunday June 24 - Creekers vs  Wahoos at Langdale N; Coors  vs GAB at Langdale S.  Relerence: Point Atkinson  Pacific gjjwdjtd Time  For Skeeokejerechejte Nieeeeeas add  1 III. SO men plus 5 men for aach It. of else  ���nd 7 eeelee. toe tacle fl. of tall   TIDELINE MARINE  5637 Wharf Rd.,Seche|  885-4141  vttsia:  U  9.9%  FINANCING  OAC ��� 1 Year Term  ���<n^c(Rnnt* In Stocky  ��� >  TOURIST AND RECREATION GUIDE  ���  Ocean Activity Centre  AND TZOONIE GIFT HOUSE  * Inlet Cruises - To Skookumchuck Rapids and Narrows Inlet with  Salmon BBQ: To Princess Louisa Inlet     ��� Wilderness Camping in  Narrows Inlet       ��� Fishing Charters     a Gourmet Smoleesd Salmon  5644 Cowrie St., Secheti 885-9802  *���"'-"���lipiu'lll^ '���'���'������  BROOK  Jewellery    Prints  Paintings   Fabric Art  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    Pottery      Cards  n(/JVlEfi GAajmrWuK ��   heeneeVree/te?d eeorle lev focal un  Upstairs, Corner ofSchexel&i Gower Pt.Rds., Gibsons 886-9022  VISITORS  WELCOME  RV/CAMPGROUND  BED & BREAKFAST  THE TERRACE RESTAURANT  For Reservations phone 886-2887  Follow Gower Point Road to  Ocean Beach Esplanade  i���a. * i?k  tUKBOUK  /.��  SEA KAYAKING  JUNE SCHEDULE  ^^^    * June 10th ��� Day Trip      ^^^^^^  * June 17th ��� Introductory Course  * June 24th ��� Rescue Workshop  * June 30th ��� Introductory Course  Pre-r^lster or cell for i group booking 886-3136  IUB  Sv.  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Reg. 184.98  ���is**  .' emtmssstmmm  9SmsmW  1989 Hlahltd Apache  (2 only)  IMI   (lonly)  1990 Here�� Plaaodo  (lonly)  1999 HUhl* Buehwoclwr  (lonly)  MMRteMUIodtak  (lonly)  1990 Noreo Bceapago Ptwtigo  (Sonly)  *****  ���iff"  tm\mmWe,  TRAILBAY  Summer Hours: 1  Sunday        10-4:10  MonThur*      M:J0  Friday           8-0.00  Saturday       M:��  TRAIl AVE  i. COWRIE SI    SECHEIT        MS 2SI2      \  ���   J  .        I 18.  JTl  Coast News, June 18,1990  ^COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS^  ' Homes  8. froperu  ANDERSON RMITY  ��� fltcrntlon  ��� Retlwnent  ��� Relocation  FREE CATALOGUE  5686 Cowrie St.. Box 1219  Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 185-2899  Van. Toll Free 614-1016  Iream cottage 700 sq. ft. post &  earn   Must be barged Irom  watertront   site.   $13,000.  885-7384 #27  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  Classifieds  at any of our convenient  Friendly People  Places  ���IN PENDER HARBOUR���  The Coast News  (Madeira Park Shopping Cenlre) 883-9099  Marina Pharmacy 883-2888  AC Building Supplies aas-9551  ���IN HALFMOON BAY���  B&J Store 885-9435   IN SECHELT   The Coast News  (Cowrie Street) 885-3930   IN DAVIS BAY   Peninsula Market 8859721  ���IN WILSON CREEK   Wilson Creek Campground 885-5937  ���IN ROBERTS CREEK���  Seaview Market 885-3400   IN GIBSONS   The Coast News  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  The Knit Wit  Sunnycrest Mall  886-2717  DEADLINE IS 3:30 FRIDAY  NOON SATURDAY  AT COAST NEWS OFFICES  SECHELT & GIBSONS  New owner David Orr will be happy to help you  place your classifieds at AC Building Supply, one  ol our Friendly People Places in Pender Harbour.  Pender Harbour. 2 bdrm. mobile  on privale lol. $40,000.  276-2338. #24sr  View lol above hwy. opposite  holel overlooking Pender Harbour. S28.000 OBO. 885-9778.  #27sr  For sale by owner, 'h acre lol on  Gibsons Blull. fantastic view! Fully serviced, lop access, lo view  call 886-8757. #24sr  Lol 16. Creekside subdivision on  mounlainview drive in Gibsons.  Large lol on Park ravine side.  $29.500.8B6-8698. #24sr  5 acre corner lol close lo  Langdale Ferry. Price $73,000.  886-9049 (owner|.  #269  5 acres ALR. view, hydro, merchantable limber. Roberts Creek,  $95.000.886-3422. #23s  Lot 10O'x250' Southwood Rd.,  close lo school. 885-9323.  #24sr  Cleared lot on cul-de-sac. Field  Rd. area, potential view, services  available, $22,900,885-5861.  #24sr  HOMELIFE  Homelife/Benchmark  Realty Corp.  1091 Marine Dr.  (Hopkins Landing)  Fantastic View  4 bedrooms, commuters  delight. 1050 sq. ft., com  plelely redec. in 1989.  Call 886-9575.  1 mile Irom lerry.  Only $134,500.  5.1 acres $59,000 close lo lerry.  1000' Road frontage, Hydro  886-9049. #26ss  Bow owner, serviced level lot.  70'x150'. Gale Rd., West Por  poise Bay. Sechell, $22,500  885-3437. #28ss  Beautiful treed lot in Creekside.  Fully serviced. Backs onto ravine,  privale sale. 1-530-6207.  #24sr  OPEN  HOUSE  413 S. Fletcher  2 bdrm., view home  Musl be seen to be  appreciated - $92,000  Saturday. lime 11  11:30 - liOO pm  John Gonzaga  PEBBLES REALTY  3064107  Lot lor sale by owner, cleared,  serviced, close to school, Grand-  view Heights. Gibsons. $35,000.  886-3591. #25s,  Cozy rancher. 11 years old. 1200  sq. II.. 3 bdrm.. immaculate condition. $75,000. Powell River.  485-6941. #25sr  View lol in Sandy Hook, easy to  build on. $28,000. 493-6866.  493-0772. #25ss  By owner, charming and immaculate 3 bdrm., 1% bath,  large delached workshop,  spacious corner lot wilh Iruit  Irees. partial waler view, 7755  Redroolls Rd., $113,000.  886-8815or683-4971.       #26  Size 200x268 could be 4 duplex  lots or possibly multi-family offered lor sale al $150,000. Call  Des al 886-2497 The Argosy  Group 920-2211. #25  Large lol Sandy Hook Rd.. ocean  view. Asking $22,000.  885-2610. #26ss  Luxurious view and living in this  3 bdrm., 3 balh, 2500 sq. It.  house, garden. Iruit trees,  Madeira Park. 883-9416 or  988-4310. #25  By owner, treed, serviced lol on  Eureka Ave., off Redrooffs Rd. in  Sargeanls Bay area. $27,000.  1-274-1165. #26  South Fletcher spacious hillside  split level view home, central Gibsons. 3 bdrm., 2 balh, huge  lamily room, sell-contained  revenue suite, newly carpeted  and decorated, lor sale by owner,  $133,000. 886-8815 or  683-4971. #26  OPEN HOUSE  Sunday June 24,1-3 pm  Nearly New  3 Bedroom Rancher  1556 Island View Drive  GIBSONS REALTY  Ken Goddard  888-2277  Moss. Glenys & Norm are pleased  to announce the birth ol their  daughter Rhiannon Lynsey, born  April 17. 1990 at Grace Hospital  Vancouver. Proud grandparents  are Gwynelh and Glyn Davies ol  Gibsons and Ron and Emma  Moss ol Williams Lake. Special  lhanks to Dr. Pendleton, Or.  Rogers and Sechelt Medical  Clinic Stall. #25  On June 1st, 1990 al 3:16 pm,  Uriah Jastaro Mees entered this  world as Ihe first son of Lynn and  Marten Mees of Ruby Lake.  Thanks to Judy. Christine and Dr.  Wendy Norman for the fantastic  help. #25  Quarry, Barry & Denise proudly  announce Ihe arrival of their  beautiful daughter Rhlan Denise  Joan on June 5,1990 weighing 9  lbs.. 14 oz. A sister to Brett,  Kyle, Kara. Rochelle and Drew.  Proud grandparents Joan & Terry  O'Connor ol Union Bay. Pal  Quarry ol Olalli.. and Joan Quarry  ol Gibsons. A big thank you to  Grandma Quarry and Linda  Burden lor their assistance at Ihis  special lime, and to Dr. Overhill  and the nursing stall al St.  Mary's Hospital lor Iheir excellent  care. #25  The Beat Deaf Aiomtdi  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  4  A A (m'nirnum) 'or 10 words  25*  each additional word  (Births. Loll & Found FREEII  "Su/te Sett"  CLASSIFIEDS  Pat) for 2 weeks, get the 3rd week FREE  (When paid by  CASH. CHEQUE, or MONEY ORDER)  MX CLASSIFIED ADS must be       .  PRE-PAID before Insertion.  VISA & MASTERCARD accepted    I*  81500  S100  up to 10 words  each additional word  Ye��ur nd. leraturinej 1 Item eenly. will run 4 consecutive? wee-ekv than will be? cancelled unless  ye,u instruct us to KMee'w il BY NOON  SATURDAY. (Not available lo commercial  advertisers).  CLASSIFIED DEADLINE  Gibsons & Sechelt Offices NOOH  Saturday  "Friendly People Places"  FRIDAY 3:30 pm  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Madeira Park Shopping Centre 883*9099  Cowrie St.. Sechelt 885-3930  Cruice? Lane;. Gibsons  886*2622  FAX: 886-7725 Available for public  Pender Harbour Office  FRIDAY 4:30 pm  Obituaries  HOPKINS, passed away June 12.  1990. George Eustace Hopkins.  late ol Roberts Creek, age 64  years. Survived by his loving wife  Lillian; three sons John, Robert  and George Jr.; Iwo daughters  Diana and Susan; 18 grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren; one brother Ted  and wile Marie. No service by re-  quesl Privale cremation through  Devlin Funeral Home. In lieu ol  Mowers donalions may be made lo  Ihe Cancer Sociely. #25  Thank You  A heartlul ot stars to the PHVFD,  my lamily, Iriends, and Ihe  Pender Harbour Hotel lor helping  me through Ihe worst lime oi my  lite. Vou're the best. Launa and  Tyler Martin. #25  The family ol the late Russell J.  Plows would like to thank Ihe  stall al St. Mary's and Totem  Lodge for the care and kindness  shown lo Mr. Plows. Special  lhanks lo Dr. Farrer. We would  also like to extend our lhanks lor  all cards and flowers received.  Mary Plows & Family. #25  N/S N/S self motivated forty year  old tradesman wilh background  in line arts and environmental interests, wanls to develop a  healthy trusting relationship wilh  flexibly-minded female to share  interests (ie: hiking, camping,  boating, concerts, dancing,  candlelight diners) and travel  possibilities. Reasonably well-  behaved children welcome.  Please write Box 342 c/o Coast  News. Box 460. Gibsons. BC.  VON 1V0 #24  Are you in an unhappy relationship? Call the Transition House  lor Iree confidential counselling.  885-2944. TFN  Do you need some inlormalion to  deal with your legal problem? Call  the Legal Inlormalion Service  885-5881; Mondays and  Wednesdays 9-4. TFN  CUTS, COLOURS, CURLS  For the whole lamily in your  home. Spoil yoursell - you're  worth II! Call Paulelle 886-8633  Mobile Unisex Hairstyling.    #27  Do you have a home-based  business or plan to start one'  Anyone interested In starting a  home-based business network on  the Sunshine Coast please call  886-3736. #27  There will be a series ol inlormal  discussion on literacy from Ihe  Baha'i poinl ot view every olher  Monday beginning June 25th al  7:30 p.m., 299 King Road.  886-7329. #25  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS ltd.  Benjamin Moore Paints  INDIVIDUAL THERAPY  COUPLES COUNSELLED  Eleanor-Mae 885-9018       #27  We have Ihe capacity lo change  the direction of our lives. Success  is never an accident. RONIN  RESOURCES 886-3546 (day),  886-8376 (evenings). #25  Joel Brass and Associates are offering a course in Inner Freedom  - Handling the Stress ol Your  Lile. 2 day seminar June 23 and  24 and again July 28 and 29lh.  Call Pam 886-8455 evenings or  Ian 885-7891 evenings.      #26  Single tradesman 40.6'2". 210,  seeks slim lemale companion  25-45 with good sense of humour  lor friendship and romance. Box  340 c/o Coasl News. Box 460.  Gibsons. BC, VON IVO        #26  Announcements  Phone us today aboul our selection  ol  beautilul  personalized  wedding   invitations,   napkins,  matches, stationery and more.  Jeannies Gills & Gems  886-2023        TFN  Announcements II  Announcements  MOUNTAIN F.M. RADIO  Serving the Sunshine Coast at 107.5 & 104.7  wishes to advise that the station will be oft the air Iw  approximately two weeks starting Mondiy Jena II. This  is to facilitate road work being carried out on the  Chatelech High School properly where our transmitter is  located.  We sincerely apologize for Ihis interruption In service, bul  hope you appreciate lhat the matter is completely beyond  our control.  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-2896. 886-7272, 886-2954.  TFN  fefelleflVT  ���TI  Sechell  FRIENDLY  PLASTIC  DEMONSTRATION  Sat..June 23 -11-3  Easy lo Make Jewellery  Seen  Trill Bay Centre  885-2725  Sw?  Adult children ol Alcoholics or  dislunctional families please call  885-5281 or 886-8165 for help.  TFN  Looking lor SHAKLEE Products?  Nutritional supplements,  biodegradable cleaners, personal  care products. Call Dale  886-3805. Mavis 885-7464. #25  Want to improve Ihe quality of  your tap waler? II you do we have  a pure and simple answer - Ihe  Amway Waler Treatment System.  Effectively removes more lhan  400 EPA priorily pollutants. For  information or a demonstration  call 885-7144. #26  ACTION:  Alcohol and Drug-  Counselling Society  Notice of Annual  General Meeling  June 20, 1990  The annual general meeting  ol the Sociely will be held  June 20,1990 in the offices  ol Ihe Society al 5686  Dolphin Street (corner ol  Dolphin and Inlet, across  Irom Posl Office).  Agenda items include:  1. Elections of Directors  2. Adoption ol linancial  slalemenl  New members are welcome.  Chairman ol tho  Board ol Directors  Phone lor inlormalion:  885-5680  Does someone in your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903. 885-7484. Al-Aleen  886-2565. TFN  The 'Programme Cadre de Francais' Is offered in your school  dislricl. II you want quality  education in Irench for your francophone child(ren) from kindergarten to grade seven, don't  hesitate, register then NOW al  Sechell Elementary School or  phone Francine Desjardins at  865-9539. #25  Press Release - Press Release  The Sunshine Coast Young New  Democrats meet: Date: June 14.  1990, Place: Ray Skelly's oflice.  Gibsons, Time: 7pm. The BC  New Democrats youth organizer  Stephanie Lynn. will be coming to  Gibsons for the meeting. All those  interested under 26 are welcome  lo altend. More Inlo: Bill  886-2543 or Slephanie 430-8600  or 737-1424. #26  BUI Wood  SECHELT  Bus. 885-2923  Res 885-5058  A!  Tax & Accounting Service  A.J. (Jim) Wallace  886-4823. #26  and Reiki massage  pressure point therapy combined  with more subtle lile energy  balancing. II you want to experience relaxation and relief Irom  muscle strain, fatigue, stress, insomnia, emotional Imbalance, my  treatments can work lor you.  pgggl Francis 886-4545.      #25  Congratulations lo  Walter and Etta Dooley  on their 50th  wedding annlverury  on June 8. 1990.  From their family  & Iriends.  Scrabble Anyone? Gibsons  newcomer seeks players scoring  250+886-8873. #26  Friends of Kay and John Wood  are cordially invited to their 50th  Anniversary on Sat. June 23,2-5  p.m. al 625 Seaview Rd. Please  no Gills. #25  Unity oti the Sunshine Coast. For  regular Study Group and Sunday  morning meetings, please call  Donnie or Dudley 886-9194. #27  Michael  Hamer  Registered  Manage  Therapls  .  Massage,  Reiki. Reblrthlng.  By appoint-  men): .986-7589.  #27  SPCA general meeling Sunday  June 24, 2 pm, Roberts Creek  Elementary School Communily  Use Room. Members and all Interested more than welcome. Into  i-4771. ��5  J.       Weddings  eS. Engagements  Happy 50th Anniversary  John & Kay Wood  June 22nd  Wilh Love Ihe Family  #25  Steve & My Holland wish to announce the marriage ot their  daughter. Donna Marlene to  Brent Eric Smith. The wedding  took place on June 11,1990 at 2  pm in Chilliwack. BC. The couple  will reside in Chilliwack.      #25  Andy & Joan Seward arc proud to  announce the engagement ol  Iheir daughter Jeanne Seward to  Micheal Christiansen, son ol  Gunnar Christiansen ol Gibsons  and Claire Whitman of Victoria.  BC. Wedding is lo lake place  Saturday. September 1, 1990 at  St. Mary's Catholic Church. #25  PET FOOD  SCIENCE DIET. IAMS.  TECHNI-CAL. NU1R0-MAX.  PURINA, WAYNE.  Also lull line ol bird seed  And much more.  Quality Firm t Garden  Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd. 886-7527  TFN  Free kittens to good homes, cute,  ready to go. 885-3435.       #25  Grey and while kittens. Free to  good homes. 885-1942.       #25  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  ^  KenDalglelsh  886-2843  9-piece set maple Grelsch studio  recording drums, sacrifice al  $2500.886-4599. #23ss  Sunshine Plane Sendee  Tuning & repairs, rellnishing.  Free estimates. 885-3168.   #29  Black lemale long haired cat.  Scruffy-looking. Square meow.  Richards/Marlene Road area.  Wknds.885-3985. #25  Help wanled to lind "Rocky"  Cockatoo white wilh pink tinged  feathers about 24" tall. Last seen  Keith & Cemetery Rd. heading  towards Reed. Is Iriendly, very  easy around strangers.  886-4598. #24  Grey wallet lost June  11  at  Madeira Park IGA. 883-1161 or  drop al Madeira Park Post Olfice  #25  There are several sets of keys  hanging around Seaview Markel.  Have you lost a set? #27  Fluffymutl. silver grey cat who  loses his lur in spring. 885-2819.  #25  Set ol camper jacks. 885-2373.  #25  55 overweight people lo lose 10  ���25 Ibs./mo. We'll pay you lor  good results. Call 1-978-3008 loll  Iree lor a recorded message that  could change your lile.        #25  Used 2X10's.2X12's lor garden  boxes. 886-2922. #26  Clinker style old dinghy for  display purposes. Call Kale.  885-2400. #27  HELPI Needed Immediately: clean  quality bunkbed set, fairly priced.  Lynn 883-2923. #27  Cedar shakes, approx. 13 sq.,  preler 24" taper, and 1000' ol  1x4 lor Roberts Creek house.  430-5373. #25  I'h acres ol grass (can be  harvested lor hay). 886-7792.  #25  Man's wallet at corner ol Flume  and Hwy. 101 on Wed.. June 13,  brown, sorry no money in it just  bank card and driver's license.  Musl identily. Call 866-2622 or  885-9209. TFN  Key found on School Rd. (is on a  cord), can be claimed at Coast  News. Gibsons. #25  Yorkshire terrier lound on  Trueman and Dougal In Gibsons,  no tags. Call 886-2069.       #25  One rather small, mostly black,  entirely lemale. somewhat pregnant, extremely Iriendly cat. It  has been lound by Harbour Insurance. Pender Harbour Realty.  Centre Hardware. Ihe liquor  store, and the Paper Mill. Owner  may claim said cat at the Paper  Mill, and orders are being taken  lor kittens, which will probably  arrive at a most inopportune lime  in about a monlh. #25  8, llvestotk  ��11 AG U$  Bright, Clean Dog &  Cat Boarding  Dog Training  Science Diet  Pet Foods  886-8568  Everything must go! Furniture,  desk, tables, bike, housewares,  etc. June 23 & 24,9 am to 4 pm.  No early birds! 1502 Johnson  Road. Langdale. #25  Moving 886-4650. For sale  chesterfield set, double bed complete Rollaway cot. lawnmower.  misc. Mon. to Sat. #25  Renovation Sale. H.O. scale train  set on a large scale, antiques,  toys, tools, fixtures, paint,  lawnmower. clothing, fabric elc.  June 23 9-12, 867 Reed Road.  #25  June 23. 9 to noon. 782  Creekside Cres., table & chairs,  bikes, crib, baby clothes & lots ol  good buys. #25  Sat., June 23. 10 am lo 2 pm.  237 Cochrane Road. #25  7844 Redroolls Road. June 23  and 24, 1-4 pm, household  Hems. etc. #25  Sunday. June 24, 10 am. 6260  Hwy 101 |ust past Derby Rd..  West Sechell. #25  Barter &  Trade  Huge ravine lot in Creekside on  Mtn, View Drive, fully serviced,  $30,000.886-8698 or 583-3234.  #26sr  SPCA lor Adoption. Young gentle  shepherd cross male. Cats and  kittens. 886-7313. #25  SPCA SPAYING PROGMtl  Contact Then & Now Furniture,  699  Highway  101,   Gibsons,  886-4716 or Maries Fashions.   TFN  Help reduce Ihe pel overpopulation problem - spay or  neuter your pet. TFN  Three fabulous lemale felines,  tree to line families. Please call  886-2357. #25  T 4 S SOIL  Mushroom Manure-Bark Mulch  Topsoil mixed-Hog Fuel  By Ihe yard or Iruck full. Top  quality products at reasonable  prices. You pickup or we deliver.  Phone anylime 885-5669.    TFN  Inglis aulo. washer, exc. cond.,  guaranteed 4 delivered, $325.  883-9535. TFN  IBM compalable computer w/30  meg hard drive, keyboard and  amber monitor, brand new, just  11199.886-8356 days or eves.  ��4sr  e|^ Coast News, June 18,1990  19.  Finders    <$  Keepers w  r Collectibles  Behind the Chevron  st the Sunnycrest Mal  888-4551  7 tt. burl coffee lable, beautilul  883-9110. #24sr  Merit woodstove with oven and  warming oven, $500. 883-2396.  #23sr  Speed Queen reconditioned  dryer. $125; H/0 Kenmore dryer.  $175. 885-4529 alter 6 pm.  #24sr  Slant FIN 200.000 BTU oil-fired  hot water boiler. New, never used, $900.883-2669.        #26ss  Peninsula Built Soil  Screened or unscreened soil.  bark mulch and mushroom  manure. 885-5627. #25  SUNSHINE COAS f  TV LTD.  tlieene- Ele'Meiieeee'i.  Sale.- ��e Sr.veu-  Quality  New & Reconditioned TV's  From '199  5674 Cowrie Street, Sechelt, BC  885-9816  Chesterfield, chair, brown: twin  china cabinets, sliding glass  doors In top section; chrome  table. 6 chairs, gray. 2 ext.  leaves; 48" bed spring with coil  spring mattress. 885-9966.  885-4155. #25  Bedroom suite, exc. cond.. $300.  886-9743. #25  Heavy duly rotoliller. $275; 28"  Zenith TV. $490; 9x12 Chinese  carpet, $1950; antique oak/  leather chairs, $400: Folk harp,  $500: 1987 Reliant. 2 dr./std..  35.000 kms., $6300; 2 bdrm.  Beach Ave.. $110,000.  885-4800. #25  A Real Apple HE. printer, monitor  & 2 diskdrives & all the software  you will ever need. $1750 OBO.  886-2408. #25  Baycresl iron stove with hot water  tank and accessories, clean,  perfect working order. $350.  886-8365. #25  Colour T.V. G.W.O. 20" with  cable convener $150. 885-1901  alter 6 pm. #25  Duality Reconditioned Appliances  G.E. 15 cu. It. white 2 dr. Irost-  free Iridge $389. Admiral duplex  3 dr. Irostfree wilh ice water  dispenser. Ice-maker, new  $2450, now $867. Frigidaire Elite  30" stove with solid elements,  combine air convention oven, as  new $849. Inglis Normandie 5  cycle 2-spd washer $359 Speed  Oueen heavy duty drier, $269  and much more. Corner cupboard, 885-4434, Bjorn.  885-7897. #25  Will buy non-working or used major appliances 885-7897.     #25  Apt. size dryer 110 volt $125; 2  pr. drapes 174"x80" & one  traverse rod. One rocker chair  pad set. All in good condition.  885-7604. #25  Grainmill $45; meat grinder $35;  hedge culler $50 and planer $75.  886-2657. #25  Windows: brand new, white double glazed, 3'xlVi' high, 3  sliders wilh screens, 1 non-  opening, $100 ea. or 4 lor $300..  886-4502. #27ss  30'xl5' above ground pool with  deep end. pump and solar cover,  never used, $2700. 885-5448.  #26  An old P & H welder with VH  Wisconsin engine, an old Power  Plant with 9H 1 hung Wisconsin  engine. An old 30 hp Johnson  oulboard. An old jet pump with  lank. 886-2357. #26  Singer Sewing Machine, zig-zag  etc. $130. 885-5369. #26  Bell sander $125; five 175 Daiwa  reels $25 ea. including line.  885-7977. #25  10' Satellite Dish and Video  Cipher II near new, $2500.  886-7338. #25  Green 30" electric stove. Works  great. $75 OFO. 886-8225   #27  4'x8' pool table, includes balls &  3 cues. $200 OBO. 886-9511.  #25  3-way Iridge & stove lor camper  $600 OBO; McClary #16 deep  freeze w/energy saver. $350;  whirlpool   deluxe  dishwasher  $350 OBO. 885-4818. #25  6 YDS. DELIVERED  $40.00  LYLE FORBES  883-9907  Wedding and engagement rings  lor 'h appraised value.  886-7819. #24sr  Complete kilchen cabinets & appliances (apt. size). 886-2924  all. 6 pm. #26sr,  Fischer baby bear wood slove,  l Chesterlield and chair, like new  $600 OBO. Moltat stove $100  Radio and record player $75 OBO  ,885-5817, #27  Chesterfield &  Love Seat      1  Hag. suss   J  sale   M495  Recliner  Rag S519  WSALE  '389  7 Piece Oak  1 Bedroom Suite'  tie*. $3495  SALE  '1747  LAsrsi  WHILE STOCK  , PRICE  SPECIALS  $150 883-9110.  #2Esr'  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  885-5644  TFN  Modern 30"x58" solid oak executive desk & tiller chair, $650.  885-9665. #24sr  Small Iridge/lreezer. Danbv Inglis. like new. $275. 885-4151.  885-7950. #25ss  Auto. AM/FM cassette, graphic  equalizer, hi-comp speakers,  $275,885-4151,885-7950.  #25ss  FOR SALE  OR TRADE  Chest deep freezer. Wanled  refrigerators ot any type,  washer and dryer.  Steve at 885-9344.  Pecan dining suile. 4 chairs. 2  leafs incl. hutch, $750; like new  10 sp. mountain bike, $275.  1968-69 MGB, parfs. 885-3348.  #26  12' orchard ladder, steel-  reinforced wood const., very  stable, good inside/outside, $80;  air guns for sale and repaired.  886-9461. #25  22 gal. electric hot waler lank.  $75.886-8344. #25  wrie St.. Sechelt  lOpen Tues -Sat  10  ^wijLHaSR/  Husky chainsaw, 40" bar/28"  bar, new chain, greal lirewood or  shake block saw, $395.  885-7177 days 885-7874. #24sr  16Vr It. Cygnel Travel Trailer,  stove. Iridge. sink, sleeps 4.  $2200,886-2186. #26  13 pc. men's golf clubs plus bag,  $350.886-7880. #25  Vh yr. old Hotpoint DW $300,  Gibson Appollo Iridge, host Iree,  17 cu. It. with Ice maker $400.  Good cond. 886-2149.        #25  3 sets curtains, 7' long excl.  cond. 1 pr. frosted sheers 12'  w., 2 pr. woven drapes cream  with brown tone slripes, each  panel 4'. 2 decorative curtain  rods. 1 extend 18'. 1 extends 12'  as new, everything $180.  886-8648. #25  Firewood. Ve ton pickup load,  split and delivered. Fir. hem.,  bal. $75 load. 885-5032.     #27.  Pine Chairs $75, bar stools $100,  CB base $100. Dryer $100.  886-3968. #25  10 sp. lire engine red bike, exc.  cond. girl's model. Linda  886-8545. #26  An old PH welder with V4  Wisconsin engine. 886-2357. #26  Ten inch radial arm saw. Like  new. 2 HP compressor, new. 3.5  HP gas engine, new. Black &  Decker 7V." skill saw. tottery  charger 612 volt. Cartop carrier.  Scythe. Overhead garage door  hardware. 14 steel lence posts.  Tandy 64 k colour computer. Like  new. Round seater lence post.  Approx. 3,000 tt. rough lumber,  cedar/hem./fir. Good grade.  Everthing musl go. 885-4699.  Morn, and eves. #27  Loveseat. ceam coloured, like  new $250. wood coffee table with  storage $50. Kenmore cabinet  sewing machine $75, 2-pos.  recliner. cream coloured, like  new $225. 6' utility trailer with  canopy $350. 886-8991.      #27  Couch, matching chair $300  OBO. Othor furniture 886-7949 or  929-6672 eves. Ms  Burnt Orange Velvet Loveseat  good condition $225. 886-3866.  #25  $��&,  HOT  SMOKED SALMON  Appro*. I 'Ii lbs. per bag  $840 per Ib.  APPA SEAFOOD LTD.  1877 Field Rd., Sechoit  between 9:00 8,4:00  All sleel bush box lor S.W.B.  Iruck, $700 OBO. 886-2198.  #25sr  IBM clone 640K. 40 mgb. hd,  built-in modem, keyboard,  monochrome monitor. MS-DOS  asst'd sotlware. $1200 OBO.  883-2284.  #24s  Rough lumber lor lencing, decking, siding. 886-9633 or  886-9422. #27  INDISPOSABLE COTTON  DIAPERS - the best fitted colton  diaper. Mona 886-7844.      #27  -  BLANKET CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING  These Ads appear in the more than 90 Newspapers of the B C and Yukon Communily  Newspapers Association and reach more lhan 1,400.000, homes and a potential Iwo million reaflais.,  $165 for 25 words $3.15 per additional word       Call the Coast News at 885*3930  AUTOMOTIVE  Active Aulo Broken, deapoesal  ���gent lor Active BaiWI Servicer  nopoaooioloni, estate, legale,  can, tructa, motorhomes. Mate.  CU Mr. Price (only), (604)434-  1810. DS476.  Vintage a, collector car evxpraie-  ak. Know Ihe currant marieet  value ol yw whlde. Be prepared to deal wlh ICBC, banks,  purctiuing or eollng ��� vehicle,  /toe-edited apepraieeK. 27 yean  experience. Fortran More-nation  wile: Bart R. Nygard Appraiaale,  14t��MoodyAve.,N. Vancouver,  B.C.V7L3T6. Pleeieecilpthlaad.  ORDER VOUR "LOVE STUFF-  BY MAIL FROM OUR NEW  LOVERS LANE CATALOQUEI  You're aaaured peivacy and security Irom our established store!  Check us out in the BBB IN  HOME SHOPPINQI BEST SELECTION! GREAT SERVICEI  leVcalaeogue: LOVERS LANE  BOUTIQUE, 1074 SHOPPERS  ROW, CAMPBELL RIVER. B.C.,  V9W 2C6. PHONE: (eS04)2<%-  1010.  1V73 Muolang convertible show  oar. Cuetom candy eed. Cobra |rt  engine. Same owner IS yeare.  CoremDeri current troptiy winner -  Canada and U.S.A. Appraised at  $18,000. Oilers or Ford Diesel  plokejp. 7JJM3M. Kelowna.  lUHOWO SUPPLES  FREE booklet. Concrete or wood  lor your basement? Belore you  decide gel the lads. Call FOUNDATION FOCUS 1 -800-663-7774  8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. POT, M-F.  Uaodbiilldliegeufeplies. 3"end4-  decMng. Oka, toinlnaled beam,  3x10 and 2x10 foists. Price 50%  ol new. 868-5571 (Hope)  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  START YOUR own Import/export  beeavnsu, even spart lime. No  money or expeeienoe. Since  1046. FrM brochure: Wade  World Trade, <*> Cdn. Smal Buat-  neealnet, Dept.WI, 1140 Bellamy Rd. N. #1, Scarborough,  Ontario, M1H1H4.  Inveell12,000lnahlgh end deck  walerixoollng dealership lor this  ana. Top quality product line al-  tomloratoveaverw return eon  InvMtment. We aupHy opening  Inventory, tools and training.  Olaoooeotul edMlershlpe eelab-  Nahed ecroee Canada. Phone  ooetod: Mr. D. Chalaaon.  (604)880-1200.   EXTRA INCOMEI Cllpnewepa-  perleme-$2.00 to 125.00 ea*l  'Work" at Hornet Write TODAY  tor FREE detaHe - Clpplngs  (BC1), #150-1857 West 4th. Vae>  ,B.C���V6J1M4.  Panagupoejeos 2 lor 1 ptaa  Iranchieewe 'Pizza ���Paeta  ���Chicken'Rlie. B.C.'s largest  pizza franchise. Proven ra-  eute. Ful training and ewpport.  Simple to operate. Excelent  sees ell avalatHe. Cal now! 1-  W��4S621or1��30-6618.  Earn thouaanda at home in  aparallmo. Noexpedenoenec-  eeaaiy. Rueh SAS.E: Stractm  Entoipitoea Ud., 2880 Huron-  lwtoa.S!e131.,Mlealoaauga,  L5B1N5.  Jeweteryatora lor sale. Exceptional opportunity. Stock, buM-  ing. Ibduraa at coal. Prindplea  only. P.O. Box 1668, Creston,  B.C..V0B1Q0.  WANTED  WANTED TO BUY: Waited otd  hockey and baseball cards In  yudoonaHon. Phone (403)835-  627, m Fakvtew, AAxiita, eve-  ringe. Hytkwile ram-no need to  tehoperetbigoondHon. Should  .be compteU and repairable.  Contact Stan Maeon coted  (604)253-7828. aem.-^.m.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  EDUCATION  FREE: 1890 guide lo sludy-al-  homeoorrsipexidsnce. Diploma  courses for prestigious careere:  Accounling, Aircondlllonlng,  Bookkeeeping, Business, Cosme-  tology, Electronics, Legal/Medical Secretary, Peychology,  Travel. Granlon, (5A) 263 Adelaide Weal, Toronto, 1-800-960-  1872.  Learn Installation, repair and  maintenance ot computer con-  Irollad HVAC systems. Graduates ot the 14-month Automated  Systems Technology program  are In high demand. Next course  begins Spolember 4th. Contact  Selkirk College, 2001 Silver King  Rd., Nelson, B.C.. V1L 1C8.  (604)382-6601,        FOR SALE MISC  Lighting Ibduraa. Western Can-  ada's largest cseplay. Wholesale  and retail. Free catalogue available. Noibum Lighting Centre,  4600E.valHastlngs St.,Burnaby,  B.C., VSC 2K8. Phone:  (604)288*866.  SAN Home Shopping dub,  11.000 credit Ine guaranteed.  Calnowlwpra-ipprovedapepli-  catkm. (604)388*868,3211 lima  St., Victoria, B.C., V8Z3R8.  LOVE NEST. ORDER BY  MAIL". -Levari Toys, Sexy  NovsMes. - M color catalogue.  Love Neat. 161 East 1st St..  North Vancouver, B.C., V7L1B2.  (604)887-1178. Sao tie ad ovary  otntfWMk,  BUY FACTORY DIRECT. New  14 wkfeeamldoublewldeo delivered. Also large aelecHon ol Uaed  homee. Noble Homea, Edmonton, AB, (403)447-2333,  (400)447-3060.  SIMPLY ALARMING! Quality  .Burglar Alarm. Sea-installed In  miraaea. Apl/HomMulo. Undsr  188. For product HexmaUon ruah  sen-addressed stamped envelope lo: CSS Marketing, Suite  101-4011 East Heatings St.,  Burnaby, VSC 2J1. Limited  Quantity.  14 FOOT TRAMPOLINE 8788.  FrelgN Included. TeXalrlend-  160 ott on 2 or more. VetarMC.  (403)43*4680.  USED MOBILES In at prtoe  ranges and agea, available lor  Iranofioning el whotoMle pnoie,  CU KeMi or Dave et Realy  World, Lelhbrldge (403)320-  8100.  STOP BURGLARS: "WARNING.  Prdeded by Elednnic Alanre  ���bchtn.  Uonel, 2200 Oak Bay Avenue, Boa  42034, Victoria, B.C., VSR 6T4.  FOR SALE MISC  Your very own King James Holy  Bible lor only $12.00 ind. postage. Rich imitation leather binding, words d Jesus in red lor easy  relerence. Handy size. Your  cherts d black, white, brown,  burgundy. Makes Ideal .jilt. Box  280,7204th*. New Westminster, B.C. V3L3CS.  II a MAJOR EARTHQUAKE  struck NOW, would you know  what to do? Would your lamily?  KNOWING what to exped and  whal to do will greatly decrease  your leers and your danger.  EARTHQUAKE PREPAREDNESS GUIDE, 87.00. MEUOY  PUBLISHING, SUITE 183, 720-  6th Street, New Westminster,  B.C..V3L3CS.  "COOK BETTER AND SAVE  MONEY." 485 DELICIOUS  RECIPES. SAVE 30% ON  YOUR TOTAL FOOD BILL.  PRICE $12.08 INCLUDING  POSTAGE. MONEY-BACK  GUARANTEE. DHILLON AND  CO. PUBLISHING, 401-2288  CASSIAR ST., VANCOUVER  B.C, V8M 3X1, (604)281-3108.  OARDEMNO  THE ULTIMATE GARDENER'S  STORE, 1,000's ol produds,  greenhouses, hydnxoonics, huge  booksdedlon. $4 lor catalogue  lull d money saving coupons.  Western Water Farms, #103,  20120-eS<tlh Ave., Langley, B.C.,  V3A4P7.  AlumlnuieVGIaae Greenhouses  andSdariuma. Single end double  glazed, straight and curved eave  unite. Phone or wrls tor FREE  BROCHURE: B.C. Greenhouse  BuMen Ud., 7428 Hedley Ave.,  Burnaby. B.C., WE 2R1. 433-  4220.  HEALTH  VITAMIN DISCOUNTS. Since  1073, dialing high quaKy-lowM  prion on VHamlna, Minerals,  Herbs, WyeMdlngand Weight  Lou, Supptemerta, Hair Treatment, SMn<Caie and More. FREE  CATALOGUE. Write: VITAMIN  DISCOUNTS, DopLBCIS, 260  S.W. Marine Drive, Vancouver.  B.C..V5X2RS. 1-600-663-0747.  In Venoouver, 321-7000.  FREE PERSONALITY TEST.  Youipereonelly ejstennkiss yoeer  happiness. Know why? Calittie  Dlanetica Inline 1-800-367-  8786.  Contrd APPETITE nalurally.  Loea WEIGHT eaaHy, permanently! Extra INCHES disappear!  FEEL GREAT! Earn extra $$$  Irom home. Donl heeetato.  Phone 1-878-3087 toD-lrao lor  DIET DISC detaHa.  HUP WANTED  Train to menage an AputmonV  Condeamlniian complex. The  ejovtrnmnttieciernoodlexameitiidy  oeitmcatkn todudea tree ptoce-  needaaelalanoa. Freebrodiura:  (604)681-8486. Or: RMTI. 1120-  788W. Pender, Venoouver, B.C.,  V6C1H2.  OFFICE CLERK REQUIRED tor  Ford deelerehip In Upper Fraeer  expsneiexxt  wikhg wilh  reeume to: Boa D-66, do The  ChHIIweck Pragreu, 48880  Speadine Avenue, Chiiwock,  B.C..V2P6HO.  HELPWANTED  HOUSEWIVES, Mdhere and In-  lereeled persons needed Immediately to sen toys and gits for National Home Party Plan. No Investment, deliveries, or money  coetedbn. Cal (518)258-7905,  SERVICE TECHNICIAN - For  Northern B.C. and Aberta lo reside In the Prince George area.  To provide technical supeport for  our dry kilns and energy systems.  Qualifications are strong electrical or electronics background,  trouble shooting skills, en|oy  peexpleandebepreparedtolravel.  Background In Ihe Foroet Products Industry sn sssst bd not  mandatory. Send resume to Sal-  Ion Fabrication Ltd., 19087-96  Ave, Surrey. B.C., V3T4W2.  Floor Installers-Contractors required in Penticton. Must be fully  equipped, dependable, neat and  organized. Phone your expert-  ence/inlocmationto: Uniled Carpel, Pentlcton, 492-0627.  EXPERIENCE a diflerent culture  overseas. Live and work on an  agriculture or horticulture larm.  Pereone aged 19-28 conlad Hie  International Agricultural Exchange Association, #206,1501 -  17 Ave. S.W., Calgary, AB, T2T  0E2.  Small downtown Vancouver of.  lice requires a junior clerk/recep-  tionlst with a pleasant and outgoing manner. Knowledge ol  Wordpeetsd 5.0 is necessary.  (604)eS69-9222.    HELPWANTED  EDITOR-REPORTER wanled lor  weekly In Valemount, B.C. Editing experience preferred. Send  reeume and salary expectation to  Jasper Booster, Box 940, Jaaper,  AB.T0E1E0.  PERSONALS  WOULD YOU LIKE lo correspond with unattached Christian  Kople, ages 18-80, Ihe ob|ecl  Ing companlonshto or marriage. Write: ASHQROVE, P.O.  Box 205, Chase, B.C., V0E1 MO.  PETS* LIVESTOCK  Peruvian Paso Hemes registered, good personality and disposition, show quality, World's  Smoolhest Ride. $2,000 and up.  Stateside these horses sell  $5,000 plus. Box 4571, Smttwis,  B.C. 847-3530.  REAL ESTATE  Kamleoepe and Area Proeoertiea.  Write lor Inlormalion or Buyer's  guide to: Inland Realy, 322 Seymour St., Kamloops, B.C., V2C  202. Attn: Proeperty Coordinator.  Phone: (604)3744022.  RELAX COUNTRY LIVING.  1,5,10 acre Iota. Waler, hydro,  telephone, river erlew and river  front. 30 miles west dKamtocra.  Cal colect: (604)373.2282.  Earn ip lo $500,000 pkn per/year  very attainable! Training and sup-  port provided. II you leave tho  courage lo cal, it could change  your Me. (2 minute message)  (604)641-6066.    Lloenced Autobody mechanic  Musl have 8 yeare experience.  Top wages and al benelits  Needed Immediately. Phone  Dave (604)966-3434.    OFFICE MANAGER - Bookeeeper  waded lor Jaaper Booslee and  Valemoiini Valey Sentinel. Position baaed in Jaaper. Send resume end salary expedallon lo  Jasper Booder, Box 840, Jasper,  AB.T0E1E0.  Scehod eastitd No. 86 (Vancouver  Island North) Invites applications  lor Tradesman Plumber. Candidate mud possess a valid  B.C.T.O. or Irterprovincial Trade  Certillcate and a valid B.C.  drivw's licence. Ideally the suc-  wasliil candidate will hoidaB.C.  gaa ticket and be prdHent In the  aenridngddl and gaalired healing eyateme Including boilers,  heal pumps and HVAC equipment. Current rale d pay Is  $18.53 per hour. Resumes, in  chiding a delated work history  andreMmiKoearatobe submH-  IM by lee doalng dale d Monday,  June 26,189010: Mr. J.R.Martin,  Secretary-Treasurer, Schod Dis-  Irid No. 85, P.O Box 90, Port  Hardy, B.C. VON 2P0. Forlurtlier  Intomalofl conlad Mr. Cam Man  at 0406618.  AUTOMOTIVETECHNICIANre-  oukedtay Fnaer Vallay GM deai-  eral*. GM experlenoe a etelWte  ���aeet. Pleeee conlad: Nome  Koch, Service eVenager, Mdor-  oeade Cliev-OWa, Cadilac. 2526  l#cCalkmRd.,Abbd8lord.B.C..  V2S 3R1 or cel (604)859-5271 or  (604)5304284.  FISH THE BIO ONES AT  BAMFIELD, B.C. NEW  SALMON FISHING CAPITAL  OF THE WORLD. SALMON.  HALIBUT AND BOTTOM FISHING; WHALE-WATCHING;  SCENIC CRUISE. WAHMHH  CHARTERS (604>72t-12��.  4700 ACRE CATTLE ranch lo-  cated m Ihe roiling hWs dlnnielree,  AlMrta. Exoetod ranching operation. Conlad: Lawrence JSmmone  (403)4352121, res. (403)822-  2143. Century 21 Byrone.  Central B.C. - For Sale - Remde  Fishing camp, lodge, 12 log cal>-  Ins. Acceea lo 10 lakes - 4x4  only. Box 7, Bridge Lake, BC.,  V0K1E0.593-4528.  Quallied Invenlore looking lor  single, duplex, triplex (Muli-lam-  ily) homes. Fad sole H needed.  Cal Bob Fleldier, 968-2384.  Henley and Aaaodelea Realy  Ud��� gee-Mii.  Central downtown Vanoouverd-  lioe epace to evjblet. parted tor  smalcompeny. eea-azg.  FIRST TIME OFFERED. .03  Acre CAMPBEU RIVER: Light  industrial and retail. Highway  access roed in plaoa. Excelent  visWily both ways. 200'x203'.  Building plana to permit stage,  cleared, level, approx. 20,000  oalytiaflc court on the only highway serving the North end d the  Island. FOR SALE OR JOINT  DEVELOPMENT. ASKING  $8.00 SQ. FT. VENDOR FINANCING. 923-4288.  SERVICES  Major ICBC and irtjury dairies.  Joel A. Wsner, trial lawyer for21  yean. CaN odtod, (eS04)736-  eMOO.Vanooeiiver. Inoreoovery,  nolee. No Yukon onqdriaa.  "ICBC dteied me $3,500. Cany  Llnde gd me $180,000." G.N.,  MMetord. LawollloeadCarey  Undo, Vanoouvar 684-7786.  Seiving cetente throughoejl B.C.  tor 18yean.  2 piece sectional, blue loveseat.  Boslon rocker, matching coffee  table and 2 end tables, treadmill,  rowing machine and slereo  stand. 886-9006 alter 5 pm. #25  LIVE MIT  NOW AVAILABLE  AT MERRY ISLAND  #27  2 pee. sectional chesterfield, mint  cond. $595: upholstered, crushed velvet chair, $150.885-5740.  #27  Chesterlield, voter, 7', like new.  top quality. {395 OBO.  885-2324. #25  Combination utility and small boal  Irailer. good cond.. $350.  883-9056. #27  Top soil. $16 per yard, delivered.  885-2251. #27  Rattan dining room lable and  chairs. $250 lirm. exc. cond.  886-7890. #27  Apartment size washer. $100:  meal grinder. $30: Braun hand-  mixer. $20. All items like new.  886-8487. #27  Whiles dry suite, used once,  $800: Ultralight dry suile, $400  (men's med./lg.): regulator and  gauges, lop ol the line Scubapro.  $600: BC 0 with AIR II system.  $400. Roduce price il all items  purchased. 886-7115.        #27  8 root trusses, 4 12 pitch. 23'6"  span. Call Harold 886-7086. #27  Used Junior Pro children's drum  (5 pee). $75.886-3994.     #25  Portable while Kitchenaide  dishwasher, good cond.. $250:3  pee. harvest gold tub, sink &  toilet, good lor basement, $150.  886-3549. #25  4V; palettes ol split/lace cement  blocks - 90 blocks per palette.  $1.79/block or $152/palelte.  886-3994. #25  I 8a. Heavy  Equipment  3-axle equipment Irailer, 6-7 ton  capacity, $2500 OBO. Lyle  Forbes, 883-9907 #24  Malacca  2301 Granville Street    7324038  Ont of Vancouver's  linest lurnHura stores  come$ to you with i  blend ol unique rattan  and upholstered  designs. Sun, living,  dining & family room  selections with ovet  300 fabrics to choose  from  Kim Ellis, a  professional  consultant, is i/ailable  tor an in-home  consultation. She will  assist you with  TTIalacca selections.  SAVE NOW  1U /o off reg. prices  Contact Kim at  732-8838  '$25 CMtukitton In Is only  refundable with purchase  within 30 days.  1980 Ford 250 4x4, 6 cyl. Stan  dard. steel construction box,  $5000.886-3921 eves.    #24sr  1986  Ford   Tempo-L.  $5900.  883-2906. #25sr  '76 Camaro. 350 aulo. 4 barrel  dual exhaust,  new rubber &  brakes, am/lm cassette, g  good. $1000 OBO. 886-8428.  #25sr  1979 Pontiac Pheonix, 2dr.,V6,  auto., am/fm cassette, new tires.  chrome rims. 96,000 orig. kms.,  2nd owner. $3500 OBO. Ask for  Durk 885-4019. #25  77 Dodge maxi-van 306 V8 Sun-  coach conv. P.S. P.B. 3-way  fridge, 4 burner stove, oven,  sink, furnace, table, porti-potty.  110 and 12 V. Wired, fresh water  tank. Sunrool. roof rack, ladder  hitch, A/M F/M cassette. Sleeps  4. 56.000 orig. miles, excel  cond. Price $8,900. 886-2003  #27  1980F150 Ford 4x4,302 engine,  aulo. Exc condition. Privately  driven. $5900. 886-4764.  #25  SOUTH COAST FORD SOUTH COAST f  HE COAST S LARGEST SELECTION   USED CARS   1989 TEMPO 2 door, 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1989 THUNDERBIRD ve. automatic  '1989 DODGE ARIES 4 cylinder, automatic  1989 CAVALIER SW 4 cylinder, automalic  1989 ARIES 4 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1988 CUTLASS SUP V6. automatic  1988 TOWN CAR 4 door, 8 cylinder, automatic  1988 COLT VISTA 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1987 TEMPO GL 4 door. 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1987 OLDS '98 4 door, 6 cylinder automatic  1987 FIER0GTV6, 5 speed  1987 TRACER HTBK 4 cylinder. 5 speed  1987 COUGAR 2DR/CPE V8. automatic  1987 TRACER GS HTBK 4 cylinder,'automatic  1987 TAURUS SON 4 door, 6 cylinder, automatic  1987 CAMARO HTBK 6 cylinder, automalic  1986 CUTLASS SW 4 door, 6 cylinder, automalic  1986 ESCORT L 4 door. 4 cylinder, aulomatic  1986 CELEBRITY 4 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1985 TOYOTA SW 4 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1985 COUGAR 2 door. 6 cylinder, automatic  1985 TRANS AM 2 door, 8 cylinder, automalic  1984 LTD 4 door. V6. automatic  1984 ESCORT 4 door, diesel. 5 speed  1984 CHARGER 2 door. 4 cylinder, automatic  1982 FXP 2 door, 4 cylinder, automatic  1982 ESCORT 4 cylinder  1981 TRANS AM V8. automalic  1981 GLC 2 door. 4 cylinder. 4 speed  1980 T-BIRD 2 door, w automatic  1980 COUGAR XR7 VB. automalic  1980 COUGAR XR7 VS. automatic  1980 GRANADA 2 door. 6 cylinder, automatic  1980 GRANADA 2 door. 6 cylinder, automatic  1979 T-BIRD V8, automalic   USED TRUCKS   1990 F-250 4x4 V8. 5 speed  1989 F-150 V8.5 speed  1989 F-150 V8.5 speed  1989 BRONCO IIV6.5 speed  1989 F-250 4x4 V8. automalic  1989 BLAZER 4X4 V6. automatic  1989 RANGER V6.5 speed  1989 CHEV CHEYENNE PU V6, 5 speed  1988 WAGONEER V8, automatic  1988 F-150 V8,4 speed  1988 AEROSTAR V6. automatic  1987 AEROSTAR V6, automalic. 0/D  1986 RANGER 4x4 V6. automatic  1986 BRONCO SW 2 door, V6,5 speed  1986 RANGER P/U V6. automatic  1986 RANGER P/U V6. 4 speed  1986 BRONCO II V6. 5 speed  1984 BRONCO II 4X4 V6.4 speed  1973 VW CAMPER VAN 4 cylinder. 4 speed  BOXLINER 885-3201      DL 5836  111111) j  in SOUTH COAST FORD SOUTH COAST  1972 Capri runs great. 60.000  original miles. Best oiler.  886-8556. TFN  1981 GMC Heavy ft Ion, very  clean, no rust. $3900.886-8957.  #25  74 Cutlass Supreme HT, P/B,  P/S. $485.885-3585.       #25s  1961 Ford Bronco 4x4.6 cyl., 4  spd., PS, looks like new, good  mech., $5500. 886-2244.  886-2628. #25  78   Datsun   510.   $1100.  886-2626 #25sr  76 302 motor. $200. 886-2826.  eflter  '69 Plymouth Valiant. $500.  886-2826. ��5sr  1983 Chev Blazer Silverado 4x4.  305 auto., gloss black, grey int.,  exc. cond.. $12,000 OBO.  886-7938. #24s  1979 Dodge Diplomat, sell tor  $1500 or Irade tor equal value  auto Vi Ion Iruck. 886-7307.  #24s  78 Ford Fiesta, original owner,  new clutch, sunrool, $1050 OBO  886-2706. ��5sr  '68 Cadillac Sedan Oeville Irom  California, power to burn, just  needs a little 'tinkering'. $1200  OBO. 886-3912 between 5-8pm.  fifes  '69 Chrysler Newport 2 dr. hi:  gd. cond.. new paint, brakes,  shocks, dependable, $2200OBO  886-3912 between 5 8pm #23ss  Super Economy '86. Chev.  Sprint. New brakes, clutch. exhaust, tires. $3400 obo.  886-2429. #24ss  '80 GMC short Vandura 305, P/S  P/B. $3500 OBO. 886-2169.  #24sr  1985 Toyota Tercel, 2 dr., auto,  gd. cond.. $5500. 885-4520  eves. #27sr  75  F250,   runs  good,   body  rough, $500 OBO. 886-9127. #26  1980 Ford Ve Ion, 302 AT, clean,  dependable work truck. $3550.  885-7331. #26  1980 Dodge Ram short box. slant  six, 4 sp.. $2950 OBO.  886-9009. #26  '80 Mazda RX7. white, 5 spd..  sunrool, air, macs, radar, exc.  cond., $5700. 886-2477.     #26  1981 Chev Vi Ion, V8 AT. very  reliable, runs great. $3875.  885-2521. #26  CASH PAID  For Some Cars and Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Aulo Parti  and Towing  616-2020  TFN  77 Volkswagen Van lor parts.  886-3331. #24sr  1973 Mustang Legrande. 302  auto:, gd. rubber, solid body  $1400.885-2207. #24sr  1977 Chevy deluxe Nomad van.  captains seats, needs work,  parts. 885-2207. #25sr  1985 Nissan Micra. 52.000  kms.. auto, trans.. AM/FM  cass, $4500. 886-7217.   #25ss  '80  Ponliac   Laurenlian.   exc.  cond.. $3500 OBO. 886-2340.  #25  1979 customized Bronco frontend  damage. $3000. Ask for Brian  883-2425. #25  1975 Ford cabover 5 ton Reefer,  all gas., gd. shape. $10,000.  925-2378 #26ss  1974 Ford Capri, runs well. $550  OBO. 886-8578 #25  1977 Pontiac Grand Salari in exc.  cond.. $2500 886-7323.     #25  1974 Dodge SB/PU slant 6. runs  well. $800. 886-8704 eves..  885-5546 days. #25  '83 Chev * ion PU. 350 auto,  tow package. PS. PB. radials.  very clean. $6500 886-9353 or  886-7927. #25  1976 Dodge Aspen wagon, excellent running condition. $1000  OBO. 1979 Fold Fairmount  wagon, excellent running condilion Good body, new molor  $3500 060 886-3574 #25  '81 High-sierra step-side 4x4.  886-8351 #25  '83 Chev S10. V6. canopy. 5  speed auto, one owner, well  kept. $4200. '84 1100 V4 Sabre  motorcycle, minor road dam As  is. $1750. 886-3870 #27  83 Dodge Aries wgn. 4 cyl  auto., 35-40 mpg Good cond  $3500 886-2945 #27  1981 Malibu 4 dr., small 8. ps,  pb. all season radials. $3000.  885-9378 #28ss  1984 Camaro Z28. high output  V8, T-tops. power seats, mirrors,  hatch, cruise, till. air. Greal  shape. $9499.885-2399.     #25  1976 Dodge Aspen wagon, excellent running condition. $1000  OBO. 1979 Ford Fairmount  wagon, excellent running condilion. Good body, new molor.  $3500 OBO. 886-3574.        #25  1979 Silverado Chev pick-up,  350 HP motor, fully loaded wilh  extras, tilt wheel, cruise control,  tape deck, radio, also CB radio,  lull hookup lor trailer or 5th  wheel, very good shape, very little rust, $4500.886-2685.   #26  87 Escort wagon. $8000 OBO.  38.000 kms. runs well.  886-8544 eves. #26  79 Malibu GM SW. runs well,  $1100. Ph 886-3936. #28  1964 Pontiac Grand Prix. $1400.  B85-5369. #26  I  f  M^ 20.  Coast News, June 18,1990  F-150. Supercab 300 -6-cyl.  5-spd . loaded. 40.000 kms.  $15,500 885-5700 #27ss  74 Ford Van Econoline 200. runs  well. $650 OBO 886-4917 #25sr  '65 1-ton 4x4 flat deck pwr.  wgn.. PTO winch, good mech.  cond.. $1650 OBO. 885-2814.  885-2515. #28ss  80 Buick Century Stan. wgn..  S750 OBO. 886-8101 #25  '82 Dalsun King Cab PU. $2500.  886-8101 ��5  77 Buick Regal. $900 OBO.  886-8101 #25  1984 Nissan KingCab 4x4.  sunrool. sound system, under-  coating, rustprooling. $7000  OBO 886-7115. #27  1977 Buick Skyhawk hatchback.  V-6. auto., needs passenger  ooor. $600 OBO Ask lor Durk  885-4019 #25  Flawless 1972 Ford F-250.  til 000 orig miles. V-8. auto.,  canopy, exceptional Iruck.  $4400 886-2185. #27  Campers  Motorhomes  LET'S TALK  MONEY  I el s gel logelhei and sell  youi RViinit II we can I sell  el we II buy II. Fiee Appraisal  ,iiul pickup anywhere  LANTZVILLE RECREATION  COMPANY LTD.  tall Fea. 1-800-663-4234  D7363  9Vi II. CAB-Over. camper. Stove,  oven. sink, water/storage tank.  $600 OBO. 883-2739. Pal.    #27  8' overhead camper $1500 OBO.  886-3968 #25  Traveleze 24' Iravel trailer. Excellent condition. 885-7676,  886-7855 #25  24' travel trailer, sell-contained.  3-way fridge, full bath, sleeps 6.  exc. cond.. $9000. 885-5055 or  585-3326. #25  28' Prowlei 5th wheel, excellent  shape, air conditioning. TV aerial.  $11.500 OBO. 885-5861    *'28sr  1987 deluxe molor home. 24',  perfectly clean and Al condilion.  886-8481. #25sr  73 Econoline motorhome. good  shape. $3900 OBO. 886-2924  afl.Gpm. #26sr  Older camper. 3 power propane.  2 sleeper, good condition. $300.  886-2108. #24s  1989 Prairie Schooner 36' 5th  wheel, loaded. $46,700.  886-7489. #26s  "83 Ford F150 4x4 4 sp.. 6 cyl..  & 8V Security camper. $8200.  886-7842. #25  Trailer. Boler. good condilion.  Sleeps 3. spare wheel. $1500  OBO. 885-9772. #26ss  1211 Irailer. sleeps 6. slove. lur-  nace. 2-way lights. $950.  883-2451 #26  31' Terry Taurus. 1982. exc.  cond.. set up on pad. $15,000.  886-9286.885-4684 eves.   #26  1986 Jayco 25' P/S P/B tilt,  cruise, microwave, extra large  3-way Iridge. new awning, new  lires, elc. low mileage. $32,000.  533-2057. #25  ; 24' Iravel Irailer, sell contained.  13 way Iridge. full bath, sleeps 6,  I exc cond , $9000. 885-5055 or  585-3326 #25  30' 5th wheel, exc. cond..  ,$10,000 OBO. 885-7626,  1885-7855. #26  40'   Park  model  Irailer.  dbl.  tipouts. $13,000 lirm. 885-2216.  #25  Camper, lurnace. hoi waler.  fridge, toilet, shower, exc. cond..  $3950 OBO. 885-3602.        #27  SECHELT MARINE  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain Bill Murray  M.CM.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S |  M.A.B.Y.C.   ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants I  885-3643  Canoe 18' F/G, Frontiersman  motor mount. 4-seats. Mint condition. $475.886-2003.      #27  11' inflatable boat. Hardwood  floor. Good shape. 885-4699.  Morn, or eves. #27  23' Brandlymr. volvo. Work required, $650 OBO: 22ft'  Sangsfercraft. No motor, $1100  OBO. 885-3127. #26sr  23' Brandlymr. Volvo. Work required, $1850 OBO: 22ft'  Sangstercraft. No motor, $1100  OBO. 885-3127. #26sr  1989 9.9 Mariner, excellent condition, $1100.883-2211.    #25s  22' Bayliner Sunbrldge - sleeps  lour, VHF, new canvas, F.W.C.  886-8250. #24ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9 9-20-30-40-50-70      HP  1988-1989 Evmrudes  Excellent  condition.   Lowes   Resorl.  883-2456. TFN  Cal25. fully equipped, moorage  included. $11,500. 886-8706.  #25sr  Totally rebuilt 318 cu in lett S  right wilh gears 883-9110.  #26sr  Yes! There is a reliable local pro-  pellor repair service. 885-5278  TFN  19V: glassply hard-lop wilh  tandem trailer, fully-equipped.  $3450.883-2462 #24ss  For Sale:  Float with building.  886-8058. #25ss  Carloda N 43' 0-licence packer  $28,000   K   Farrell 685-1126  weekends or gen/del Egmonl  #26ss  26' Tolleycralt. new Volvo diesel  with duo mop 300 hrs. cruises  22 knots al 4 gal /hi 886-8628  #25  Wanted: Galleon dinghy, approx.  9 It., imilation Lapstrake  fibreglass. Also small used  sailboat, wooden masts, spars,  sails (any size). 883-2882.   #26  16' Lund 40 HP Yamaha. Irailer.  good cond.. greal fishing boat.  $3500.885-9464. #25  11' Boal. Th HP Merc and  Irailer. Very clean. $1000.  886-7338. #25  17 II. Peterborough Bow-Ryder  70 HP Johnson. $3500.  885-4149. #26  17' Double Eagle 90 HP Evinrude.  $10,000. 4 yrs. old. 883-2304.  #26  The Pleasure Cratt Cleaning Ciew  ��� maid service will have your boal  in 'ship shape' ready lor your  weekend gel-a-way. We'll stock  your galley. Phone 886-3470. #26  17' Reinel. canvas lop. 65 HP  Mete. Irailer. $2700. 885-5369.  #26  1989 9 9 Mariner, excellent condition. $1100. 883-2211.    #25s  270 T. Volvo leg overhauled like  new. $1000 lirm. 883-9483.  #26ss  30' disp. cruiser. 340 Chry. dual  hyd. sir., live bail lank. VHF/CB.  slereo. sounder. $7950 OBO.  885-2814.885-2515.       #28ss  17' FG Grew' oulboard  runaboul. older boat, new  engine. 90 HP. exc. boal. runs  well, musl be seen, with Irailer.  885-2892.922-4326 #27  14' aluminum boat, complete  wilh 20 HP Johnson. Irailer.  downrigger. swivel seats. $1850  883-2974. #27  Pacilica 20 1988 20' centre consol boat, complete w/power.  $8500 883-9110. #24sr  18' Hourston Glasscrall. hard  lop.   90   HP Mercury   0/B.  sounder, VHF, covered. $6950.  885-9665 #24sr  Evinrude 15 HP. $.300: Silver  Seagull. $500: Yamaha 9.9 HP  $1500.885-9772 #24sr  25' Apollo 225 Merc I/O.  w/trailer. $12,500 OBO.  883-9440. #23ss  16' K&C Thermoglass boat. 85  HP Evin. new canvas, new leg.  trailer, $3000 OBO. 885-5858 or  886-9078. #24sr  14' Mirrocralt. swivel seals. 9 9  HP Evinrude. as new. $2300  885-4716. #25ss  111' Boal, 7ft HP Merc and  trailer. Very clean $1000.  886-7338 #25  BLUEWATER  CRUISING  SLOOP  "SCA VA"  IS FOR SALE  Ir.ieJelieen.il, Keeeeeiiv,  Leeiels eef Gear  I..O.A. 20.0 / Boom 9.6 /  nrnunlii      1,8,     Teak  Cockpit,     Sllfcil     MelM,  Watertight Bulkhead, S.S.  Rigging, 6'l" Hcndraom,  EpOxy Colelcurc Skin,  Life-lines, VHF, Sounder,  TV, 5 Sails, Hondo Oui-  hemrd,    Sink,    Heod,  Glmbclcd Aleeehol St���ve\  Die'sel Heater, Rityjud fe,r  Single- H.-eiiLlceJ sailing, In-  side Steering Wheel, Full  Keel. Clean and ceinefor-  inflle, Meiien-d en Sc-lma  Park Brcakwntcr, Rtetteim  Paint Mnn-h/IO.  1989 Survey $26,000  Feer Sale $15,000  And Ready To Go!  886-4535  Mobile Horn,  FAMILY PARK  M55/month  ONLY 5X DOWN  with M.A.P. Program OAC  Call Collect 580-4321  Mobile Homes  sStt  Available Aug. 1. 3 bdrm. utility  sep.. nice decks. 12x68 set up  on very private pad in Comeaus  Mobile Park $1900 No dogs.  886-9581 #25  1981 14x70'. Selma Visla Park,  5 appliances. $34,500.  885-7729 eves. #25ss  12x65 mobile home on pad. 2  bedrooms, lully serviced, ocean  view $28,000 885-1901 aller  6pm. #25  12x65 mobile home, on pad. 2  bedrooms, tully serviced, ocean  view $2800 885-1901 alter  6pm. #25  Renovation special 12X64.  $8000 OBO Musl be moved  886-8544 eves. #26  12x65 mobile home, on pad. 2  bedrooms, lully serviced, ocean  view $28,000. 885-1901 alter  6pm. #26  USED HOMES  STARTING AT:  $12,900����F0B  Collect 580-4321  Motorcycles  1982 YZ490J Yamaha, only 30  hrs. since new. Mint cond..  $1500.886-4599. #26sr  1200 Yamaha touring bike, 1  owner, mini 883-9110.    #24sr  B3 Kawi KDX 175as new. $1000  OBO. 885-5492. #25sr  1982 Honda 750, 20.000 kms,  lairing, luggage rack, lull cover,  lair shape. $1200. 886-8450.  #25s  1987 535 Virago, exc. cond.. tarings, crash bars. 2 helmets.  1100 kms.. 2800. 886-4690  aller 6 pm. #24ss  1982 YZ-100 Greal Condilion.  $500 OBO. 883-9469. #25  1982 Yamaha 400. new brakes,  Iront lire, muffler, chain, good  condition, plus helmul. bike  cover & rain gear, $1200.  886-9294 leave mess.        #25  1984 CR250 Honda. 1980 XL80  Honda ��� lor sale or trade.  886-9282. #26  Two Honda Sprees, like new. only 4 hrs. use. $500 ea OBO.  883-9061. #26  1982 Kawasaki 250. low mileage,  greal lor beginner. $1075.  885-2521. #26  '87 XL 250 H. on/oil road,  bought neew in '88. mini cond..  $2400 OBO. 885-5458.        #26  '67  Triumph  650  Bonneville,  slock. $2500. 886-8643 eves.  #27  1972 Harley FLH. 886-4640  nights. #25  Wanted te> Rent  3-4 bdrm. home for a couple with  3 well behaved children. Prefer  around Davis Bay area but will  consider anywhere from Gibsons  to Redrooffs. Bruce 273-0584 ah.  6pm. #25  Reliable working woman with  small dog needs large 1 bdrm. or  2 bdrm. accommodations, Gibsons or Sechell area, Aug. I or  Sept. 731-2214. #25  2 lurnished bdrms., sharing the  rest ol suile, $450 each - 2 wk  deposit, working people only.  886-8641. #25  Bed &.   BreaMast  Selma Park. Sechell. Ocean view,  garden, privale 885-7034.   #25  Bed 8, Breaklasl by the sea. sell-  contained cottage. Secret Cove  area 883-2400. #26  Security  STORAGE  a r.v.s a boats *etc. ���  Mountainview Petrocan  Roberts Creek Hall avail.,  dances, parlies, weddings,  equipmenl rental. Yvonne  885-4610. TFN  In Stack al  EN MAC  cyck  Oil Fillers. Batteries, Tires,  Riding Gear, elc.  Phons Jay at 816-2031  K  Wanted to Rent  Family ol 4 requires 3 bdrm.  house Aug 1. Gibsons/Sechelt  area. Collecl 980-5309.       #25  3 bdrm resp. lamily anywhere  between Gibsons & Pender Harbour Call collect 988-6054.  #26  Long term rental wanted, teacher  will care lor house and garden.  willing to vacate occasionally lor  ownersuse 266-9651.       #26  Responsible professional couple.  Sechell residents, N/S, no pets  or children, require 2 bdrm  house/apartment lor 6 months  starting Aug./Sept. 885-5573.  #26  Professional lemale non smoker,  no pets, no children, seeks  urgent rental accommodations,  south ol Hallmoon Bay.  1-736-5643. #25  A mature male needs 1 bdrm.  apt. or basement suite with  privacy ��� long term. Call Trevor  886-7786.884-5427. #27  Small cabin, quiet spot, single  woman, min. $250/mo.  886-7592. #27  2 or 3 bdrm. house, suite or  trailer for quiet living N/S single  mom wilh two school age  children, prefer Gibsons area bul  we're very flexible. Eve Schilling  886-7616 days (leave message)  B86-2474eves. #25  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall  available. Wheelchair facilities.  885-2752.885-9486. #26  Jolly Roger-1 bdrm.. furnished.  pool & marina.  1-435-2668 #24ss  "pbopebtTmanagement  Bonded - Insured - Experienced  Sieve D. Sawyer  Gibsons Really Ltd.  886-2277  #28  Storage space lor rent. Large,  dry. monthly. Hallmoon Bay.  885-7502. #25  600 II. slorage area. Gibsons,  hydro, 8' ceiling, reasonable.  886-2226. #26  MINI STORAGE  886-8628  Olfice space. Ihe Dock. Sechell.  885-4111. #26  View. turn.. 2 bdrm. Granlhams.  July 1/90: oceanfronl Gibsons,  ground level, 3 bdrm.. laundry,  avail. July 1 or sooner. Both ideal  lor construction personnel sharing. Leave message at 988-9402.  #25  Estate side property large 4  bdrm. home Davis Bay/Wilson  Creek area waterlronl avail. July  I. rem $1000/mo rels. req.  Phone 926-4875. #27  Waterfront home. Sechell Inlet,  Lamb's Bay. 3 bdrm., large  deck July 2nd lo9lh. 9th to 16th  and July 30 lo Aug. 6th. $750  one week. $1300 lor Iwo weeks.  Nol Suitable lor young children.  736-3638 or 731-0856.  #25  Travel trailers, weekly or monthly. For more inlo conlact Carol  885-2100. #26  1 bdrm. apl. lower Gibsons, easy  walking distance to all amenities,  new building, quiet, secure.  $640/nio min. 12 mos. lease.  Phone 886-3420 #27  Free rent in exchange lor caretak-  ing. retired couple prel.  883-9177 #25  2 lurnished bdrms. on ground  level home in Gibsons, includes:  lurniture, living room, TV, Iridge,  W/D, utilities, etc. $400 per  room 886-8344 #25  3 bedroom - Davis Bay. $1200  per month 886-9587 #25  Large 640 sq. ft. converted  garage/workshop. 7755  Redrooffs Rd., $!95/mo.  886-8815 or 6B3-4971.       #26  Furnished room with privale  bathroom in Roberts Creek area,  $125/wk. 886-3994. #25,  2 bedroom apt. In lower Gibsons.  Close lo all amenities. New  building. 12 month lease. $695.  Phone 886-3420 #27  July/August waterlronl, lamily  home. Franklin road. $1200 per  mo. 886-2258 eves. #25  Help Wanted  Waitresses  Bartenders  & Cooks  Full or Part-Time  risk  m  Peninsula Motor Inn   886-2804  Nanny:   live-in,  lor  3  small  children. 886-8544 eves.     #26  Macintosh enthusiasts wanted. II  you have a Mac and are Interested In testing new progam  call Folkstone Design 886-4502.  #26  French ImiMrsion  TlKlMT  Kindergarten. Grade One tor  independent school. Inlormation 885-5363. Apply  RR#2 - S9. C2. Gibsons, BC.  VON IVO.  The Ministry of Social Services &  Housing immediately requires  skilled care givers to provide  homes lor children 11-13 years.  Experience in childcare work or  teaching is prelerred. The lee lor  service is negotiable. For more  inlormation please call Judy Walls  weekdays al 885-7101.        #27  Sechell  Chamber ol Commerce  MANAGER-  COORDINATOR  The Sechell Chamber is  seeking a highly motivated.  enthusiastic sell-starter wilh  strong organizational and in-  leipersonal skills lor the  position ol Manager-  Coordinator. Duties will Include operation ol Chamber  ollice. Business Informalion  Cenlre. and BC Travel InfoCentre An administrative,  supervisory or managerial  background as well as computer skills will be desirable.  Please submit application  and resume lo:  The Selection Committe. Box  360. Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0  by June 29, 1990.  Wanled - determined sales person lor Dickie Dee Ice Cream.  Good income, no drunks, valid  drivers licence. Call 885-2044.  Conscientious person with  washer and dryer lo earn money  in their own home. 866-9460.  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  Volunteer Drivers in Roberts  Creek & Gibsons areas.  Secretary  for   Boy   Scout  Association, 6 hrs./month.  Crew Members in Gibsons  area lo operate fast response  lifeboat in rescue work.  District  Resource  Centra  volunteers to help with a  survey. Can be done in 3  evenings at home.  Thrift Store in Gibsons area  needs help 8 hrs./week.  There is an honorarium.  For these et mote opportunities, please contact the  VOLUNTEER ACTION  CENTRE 885-5881  Busy bldg. supply outlet needs  motivated person(s) for F/T or  P/T work. Exp. an asset. Send  resumes lo Box 317. Gibsons. BC  VON IVO. #25  Pari lime grooming assistant.  886-3812.886-2101. #25  Wanled 39 overweight people.  Lose up to 29 Ib./mo. "Diet  Disc" Weight Control. *AII  Natural!* (Earn $$$). Local  distributors needed. Toll Iree  1-978-3014 message. #25  Cook required lor Bonniebrook  Lodge 2 days and 3 nighls, approx. 35 hrs./week. Excellent  learning opportunity lor serious  candidate. Ask lor chef,  886-2887. #25  DENTAL ASSISTANT  CDA  prel.,   Friday-Monday,  Pender Harbour, reception exp.  an asset. Resume to Dr. V. Choy.  Gen. Del.. Madeira Park.      #25  School District* 46  (Sunshine Coast)  Plumbing and healing  tradesman required immediately by the  Maintenance Department. Written applications lo: Mr. Fred Scott,  Director of Facilities, Box  220, Gibsons, B.C. VON  IVO by Tuesday, June  26th.  Painter, wilh a minimum ol 5 yrs.  experience & willingness lo work.  Sell-motivated, serious persons  phone 886-3574, #25  Preschool leacher with ECE certificate, 3 days/wk., starting Ocl.  '90. Rainbow Preschool, Jane  886-7610 or Cindy 885-4784  The newly renovated Gramma's is  seeking waller/waitresses lor the  busy pub. exp. is an asset, flexible hours, phone 886-8215 and  ask lor Nanede or Mike.       #25  Aquarius Sealarms Lid. is looking lo fill farm technician positions lor ils Sunshine Coasl  growoul oepration, shift work.  Send resume to Box 2540,  Sechelt, BC VON 3A0. #32  HAIRDRESSER  lor busy shop. Full or part lime.  Call Wayne 886-8510 eves.  TFN  1  MVJ) Gibsons  PHARMASAVE  Applications are now being  accepted lor Ihe following  positions:  ��� Sales Clerk with buying/  merchandising experience.  ��� Sale I Clerk wilh marketing  knowledge. This is a position ol responsibility. The  successlul applicant must  be commuted and able lo  work flexible hours, some  travel Involved. Salary commensurate with experience.  For Interview call Debbie  888-7213.  Qualified ECE. teacher needed  lor (all term at Welcome Beach  Preschool, Hallmoon Bay. Send  resumes lo: R.R. 1. Halfmoon  Bay, BC. #27  Wanled - 99 people to lose 10 to  29 lbs. in next 30 days. We pay  you. VISA, free delivery, toll Iree  1-978-3072. #25  Person or persons lo clean 1500  sq. ft. house (inside). $8/hr.  886-7792. #25  Sell-Help Skills Workers required  by the Sunshine Association lor  the Handicapped to work with  mentally handicapped adults. The  primary locus is on helping Ihese  young people develop their social,  interpersonal and communication skills so lhat they may lead  fuller lives in our communily.  Contracts range Irom 20 to 60  hours per month: $9$ 10 per  hour. For lurther inlormation or to  arrange an interview call Janel  Janot886-8004. #26  Dental receptionist lor Saturdays  and relief. Good typing skills,  organizational abilities and attention lo detail a musl. Experience  on a computer an asset. Previous  work in medical/dental Held a  plus. Send resume to Dr. Dan  Kingsbury. Box 1099. Sechelt.  BCV0N3A0. #25  Hallmoon Bay Child Care Centre  is seeking ECE qualified applicant  lor lull and part-lime positions.  Please apply to HBCCC. #57  Weldwood. RRI. Hallmoon Bay.  BCV0N1Y0. #27  Australia official employment opportunities, all positions avail.,  transportation may be provided.  Call now! 1-681-1569. #27  Yacht Broker, part-time sales.  Must be personable. Call Rob  886-2277.885-9044 #25  Production workers required at  Egmont Fish Plant Ltd. Must be  dependable and able to arrange  own transportation. Phone Kelly  or Ron at 883-9521.  #27  Experienced sewers wanted for  new home-based children's  clothing business. Must have  own serger. Call 886-3736  Part-time tour guide. Must be  bright, personable, enjoy working  with people ol all ages. May work  well in conjunction wilh other  jobs. Our hours are flexible. Car  necessary, training provided.  886-8341. #25  Work Wanted  Do you need a house cleaner?  Call 883-9319 #25  ALL SEASON  BOBCAT SERVICES  Site  preparation,   landscaping,  leveling, dirt work. etc. No job loo  big or small 886-7052 tor free  estimate. #25  COAST RENOVATIONS  Skylights, sundecks. drywall.  painting, additions. Franz or Andy. 885-2493. #25  DO     VOU     NEED  lawn maintenance, weedeating,  brushcutting, rototilling, rubbish  removal, hedge trimming, window cleaning? Call Skip's  Maintenance Service 885-2373.  Versatile construclion company  available Irom lootings lo  linishing. air equipped, local  relerences. Call 886-3538 eves.  #26  Painter - experienced/with  references, interior, exterior, own  tools/transportation. Penny  886-8932 #26  3 brothers will cut lawns, do  general yard work, experienced  and have equipment. 886-7968.  MOUNTAINSIDE  PRESSURE WASHING  Trailers, homes, all types ol  buildings, boats, roots, paint  stripping, patios, equipment,  driveways, sundecks, swimming  pools, gulters cleaned, quality  workmanship. Free Estimates  885-7473. TFN  Responsible 13 yr. old available  lor babysitting after school, evenings and weekends in Gibsons  area. 886-8454 all. 4 pm.    #26  House cleaning. Gel an hour's  work lor an hour's pay! What can  a couple of hours weekly do for  you! Rets. 885-3360. #27  Handyman: carpentry, drywall.  painling. patio stones, fencing,  driveway sealing, roof demoss-  ing. hauling. No job too small.  Alan 886-8741 eves. #27  Daycare (fiwkHn Rd.) has Seat,  openings tar 2 M-tJm children,  ���Q4 2*5. Wl M cmmnM to  providing quaMy chWcare I* a  warm   tun-Ike**!   invkonment.  MS-225S #26  Responsible ladles will babysit in  their home - childcare ex-  perience. 886-7667. #25  Molly Mouse Day Gare  Spaces available 18 mos.  to  school age. 886-3913 #34  Wanted, mature person lor part  time day care lor 5 mo. old.  885-4667. #25  Babysitter required lor 4 yr. old 8,  16 month old. daytime lor occasional appl. & work. 886-9240.  Child care needed tor 2 children.  > / . ea       e  Business  Opportunities  Slart now ��� local Amway  dislributor oilers opportunity for  good earnings. You pick Ihe  hours. We assist you. For appointment call 885-7144.    #26  Lose weight, earn $$$. We pay  you. Lose 10-29 lbs. in 30 days.  Doctor recommended. Call  Marianne 885-3905 or  1-978-3051 toll tree. #25  29.  Business 8.  Home Services  Throwing A Dinner Pirty?IH  Buffet, BBQ. a la cale. relax and  enjoy your company. A taste for  the paleate. For the personal  touch, call In Home Catering  885-3435. #27  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured. Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  Roofing, rerooling, remodelling,  repairs, leaks lixed. reasonable  and guaranteed. For free estimate  call Lome. 885-4190. #27  Display space available lor  Printers, during the Festival ol  Written Arts. Aug. 9 lo 12.  685-4631 lor details. #25  Ankoritir decorating lor all your  painling needs. 20 years experience. Satisfactions  Guaranteed. Bob 885-4804. #27  Computer Tutor: Bedlord, DOS.  Word Perfect. Accounting service  also available lor small  businesses. Michael Hamer  886-7589. #27  Schlri Contracting: carpentry,  drywall, painling. patio stones,  fencing, driveway sealing. One  call does It all. 886-8741.     #27  Work Wanted  Framing crew available, air  equipped. Ph. aft. 6 pm.  866-7830. TFN  Roofing, rerooling, remodelling,  repairs, leaks lixed, reasonable  and guaranteed. For Iree estimate  call Lome. 885-4190. #27  Reliable man/men available lor  lawn and garden labour and other  day jobs. Rob 886-3822.      #25  Child Care  Mother of 4 year old provides fun,  creative, educational daycare  with field trips, lull or part time  for 2 children age 4 plus. Please  contact 886-9390,     .       #26  ln Home PROFESSIONAL  1(1 STEAM CLEANUP  CirpHi  UptaXitiry  POWERFUL TRUCK-MOUNTED  EQUIPMENT  BEST POSSIBLE RESULTS  CHERISHED  CARPET CARE *  886-3823  MMMN OF UN  Province ot  | British Columbia  I Ministry ol  Forests  SALE OF HARVESTED TIMBEF  Take notice that, pursuant tc  Section 16(1) ot the Forest Act.  applications will be accepted  by the District Manager. 7077  Duncan Street. Powell Rivet,  B.C. VBA 1W1 up to 11:00 am  June 25.  1990, lor a Tlmbei  Sale Licence authorizing the  harvest ot timber located in the  vicinity ol Mason RoadfWest  Sechelt,   Sunshine   Coast  Timber   Supply   Area   tot  removal by July 23.1990. Upsel  $3,938.20.  Volume: 163 cubic metres,  more or less  Species: Fir (3W). Hemlock  and  other   species  (31%),   Cedar  (26%)  Decldious (4%)  An   on-site   Inspection   ol  decked timber is recommended   prior   to   submission   ot  tender.  The successlul applicant  will be required to reimburse  decking costs In the amount ol  $733.50 belore issuance ol Ihis  licence.  Any lender submitted must  be accompanied by a deposit  in the torm ot a certitied cheque or money order lor 1500.00.  Section 1fi|3)|a) ol the Forest  Act restricts bidding to Small  Business Foresl Enterprise  Program registrants as defined  m the Regulations.  Additional inlormation may  be obtained trom the District  Manager. 7077 Duncan Street.  Powell River, B.C. VBA 1W1 or  Sechelt Field Oftice, Box 4000.  1975 Field Road. Sechelt. B.C.  VON 3A0   Invitation To Tender  In accordance with the Ministry of Transportation and Highways Act, Section 49(1), sealed  tenders are Invited for the following:  Project No: 055964023  Location: Approximately 1 km north of Gibsons B.C.  Description: Produce or supply, and provide In  stockpile 2,000 m3 of 16mm Class B Graded  Seal Aggregate and 5,000 m3 of 19mm Graded  Base Aggregate.  Sealed tenders, completed In  accordance with the Conditions ot Tender on  the forms provided, will be received by the  Ministry of Transportation and Highways at  940 Blanshard Street, Victoria, B.C. V8W 3E6  until 2:00 pm (local time) on July S, 1990, when  tenders will be opened In public.  A security deposit/surety bid bond will be required (In accordance with the conditions of  the tender.)  A pre-tender meeting will be held on June 28,  1990 arrangements can be made through Mr.  Art Popp -telephone 886-2294 In Gibsons.  Tender documents complete with envelope,  plans, specifications and conditions of Tender  are available Free of Charge from the Ministry  of Transportation and Highways, Contract Administration, SC ��� 940 Blanshard St., Victoria,  B.C. Ph. 387-1411. Documents may be viewed  and/or ordered from all Regional Offices between the hours of 8:30 am to 12 pm and 1 pm to  4:30 pm Monday to Friday, except holidays.  Where required, payment for contract  documentation shall be made by certified cheque or money order, made payable to the  Minister of Finance and Corporate Relations.  All purchases are non-relundable.  For further Information contact Mr. Art Popp  al (604) 8862294.  The lowest or any tender will not necessarily  tXmmTO  MOVE  .Province ol  Briiiih Columbia  Mjnittry ol 'uriiponiTion  ind Higtmiri  HewwtDW Hiii jj JoMi.lon. Miimm  PROPOSED SILVICULTURE  PRESCRIPTIONS  Notice of pre-harvest silviculture prescriptions,  pursuant to Section 3 of the silviculture regulations.  The following areas have proposed prescriptions  that will apply If approval Is obtained Irom the  Ministry ol Forests. The proposed prescriptions will  be available for viewing until July 26,1990, at the  BC Forest Service oflice, Field Road, Sechelt, BC  and the address noted below, during regular working houts.  To ensure consideration, any written comments  must be made to Steve Lackey, RPF, Divisional  Forester, Fletcher Challenge Canada Limited,  Mainland Coast Division, No. 311-1180 Ironwood  Road, Campbell River, BC, V9W 5P7, by the above  date.  Forest Uctnci A19227  Not laiuad H-,6  ttotlnuM HI'  Nollsseead H 23  Naluejae) H-26  Noelaauael si  IMliauM s-2  HeMliseaad S3  Hunaecleen CHk. Jams MM 30  Hueiaachen Croak, Jaevla MM  HunaacMn CreMt. Jaevn MM 17  KueeaachM Cruet, Jaevla MM  Skevawka fltvae. JbiyIi MM  Skevawka Riva, Janrti MM  Skwawka Rival. Jeeves MM  [��a|  l��a  30  No  g  No  17  No  e  No  It  No  21  No  I  1  ^^^mmaammmmmmmmm^^mamammammBawma.  mmtmmmmmmmmmmm~mmm1mmmmmm Coast News, June 18,1990  21.  Stolen painting  Student art show was exceptional  Editor's Note: A copy of (fee  foHowing   was   received   for  Board of Trustees  School District 46  Gibsons, BC  The Young People's Own  Show at the Aits Centre has  come to a close after a four-  w��k .run with over 1000 visitors  attending. The work in the  young artists' exhibition was ex-  ocptional this year and the participation by students in the  selection of work and the hanging of the show was a new innovation we'd like to see  become a regular feature.  As always, it has been a  growing experience for Arts  Centre staff, teachers and  students.  Again, we welcomed the involvement of Chatelech drama  students in the presentation of  two very fine performances  under the direction of teacher  Kerry Mahlman. These were  total student productions from  the tickets, to the refreshments,  to the actual content and acting.  We are very pleased to have  the participation of young  visual and performing artists at  the Arts Centre and the enthusiastic response of our audience indicates that the community feels the same way. This  experience proves that the arts  are truly for all ages.  Very special thanks and commendation go to: teachers Wendy Simmonds, Kerry Mahlman,  and Enid Kelly; art students  B  NEW LIFE FELLOWSHIP  New Testament Church  5531 Wharf Rd., Sechell  Sun. Worship Service     10:30 am  Wed. Bible Study 7:30 pm  Morning Prayer 6:30-7:45 am  Tues.-Sat.  New Lite Chriitlan Academy  Enrolling Kindergarten - Grade 12  Pastor Ivan Fox  Principal, Davis Cliff  Phone 8854775 or 885-2672  THE UNITED CHURCH  OF CANADA  Sunday Worship Service  GIBSONS  Glassford Road 11:15am  SundaySchool 11:15am  ST. JOHN'S  Davis Bay 9:30 am  SundaySchool 9:30 am  Rev. Stan Sears  Church Telephone 886-2333  GIBSONS  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  School Rd., opposite RCMP  SundaySchool 9:45 am  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Evening Fellowship 7:00 pm  Phone: Church Office 886.7107  Pastor Dan MacAulay 886-7107  Youth Pastor J. Morris 886-3499  Affiliated with the Pentecostal  Assemblies of Canada  ANGLICAN CATHOLIC  CHURCH OF CANADA  St. Columba ot lona Parish  8835 Redrooffs Rd.,  Halfmoon Bay  1st, 3rd, 5th Sundays  Holy Communion, 2 pm  The Rev. Canon E.S. Gale  15254760  Information: 885-7088  "Prayer Book Anglican"  CALVARY  BAPTIST CHURCH  711 Park Road  Telephone: 886-2611  SundaySchool 9:30 am  Worship Service 11:00am  Hour ol Inspiration 7:00 pm  Cal Mclver, Pastor  Arlys Peters, Music Minister  "The Bible as It Is...  lor People as they are."  GIBSONS COMMUNITY  FELLOWSHIP  Welcomes you to join us  In Sunday Worship  Children's Progress 9:45 am  Prayer 10:00 am  .Morning  Worship Setrvlce 10:45 am  Wednesday 7:00 pm  599 Gower Point Road  Pastor Monly McLean  886-7049  LIVING FAITH      ^  LUTHERAN CHURCH  Whitaker Road & toast Highway  Davis Bay 885-2202  Rev. Frank W. Schmitt, Pastor  Sunday Worship 11:00 am'  Vacation Church School  July 23 to 27  For Information call 885-5792  Come Grow With Us  ANGLICAN  CHURCH OF CANADA  Sunday 10:30 am  Parish Family Eucharist  St. Bartholomew's, Gibsons  Wednesday 10:30 am  Worship and Bible Study  St. Aidan's, Roberts Creek  Rev. Esther North 886-7410  The Anglican Parish ot  St. Aldan & St. Bartholomew  PENDER HARBOUR  PENTECOSTAL CHURCH  Lagoon Road, Madeira Park  Morning Worship 11:00 am  Sunday School-all ages    9:45 am  Prayer & Bible Study  Wednesday 7:30 pm  883-2374 & 883-9441  Pastor Mike Klassen  Affiliated with the Pentecostal  Assemblies of Canada  GRACE REFORMED  PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH  Morning Worship 11:30 am  St. Hilda's Anglican Church  Evening Worship   7 pm In homes  Wednesday  Bible Study        7:30 In homes  J. Cameron Fraser, Paster  885.7488 Office 885-9707  ���      THE  A ANGLICAN CHURCH  V>  OF CANADA  St. Hilda's ��� Sschett  Sunday Services       8&9:30am  Nursery & Sun. School 9:30 am  St Andraw'a ��� Pomtar Harbour  Regular Sun. Worships 11:30 am  8854019 Rev. Juno Matfln  "We extend a Warm Welcome  lo all"  ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH  MASS SCHEDULE  Saturday  5:00 pm St. Mary's Gibsons  6:30 pm Pender Harbour  (July ��� August)  Sunday  9:00 am Indian District  10:00 am Holy Family Sechelt  12:00 noon St. Mary's Gibsons  CONFESSIONS  1st & 3rd Sat. 4-4:30 pm  Holy Family Sechelt  2nd & 4th Sat. 4:30-5 pm  St. Mary's Gibsons  Candi Whittaker, Deedrie  Roose, Muriel Hanson, Nolan  Percival, Michael Fromberg,  Laura Russell, Christine Pierce;  senior drama students Kyla  Wishlove, Chris Garber, Dean-  na Hygard, Rod Dirrado,  Juanita Jackson, Paula Wick,  Sherry Moffatt, Nealy McLen-  non, Kristy Beecham, Steve  Alger, Erik Muelter-Thode; and  junior drama students Sharon  Wing, Jennifer Jones, Claire  Smith, Amber Kerpan, Brandi  Bourne, Dion Procknow, Mike  Graham, Arwen Phillips, Tina  Lockhart, Megan Smith, Lisa  Clumpus, Dawn Forbes, Jason  Lesko, Rob Jackson, Fayanne  Weatherhill, Tracy Rennie, and  Lia Zerbas.  Thanks also to the Board of  the Sunshine Coast Arts Council for sponsoring two buses  which brought interested  students to see the exhibition  from all participating schools  which were outside walking  distance.  Donna Shugar, Manager  Sunshine Coast Arts Centre  Larry Westlake, Curator  Editor:  On Sunday June 10, I was  unloading my pickup truck at  Soames Point, about one mile  from Langdale on Marine  Drive.  I went upstairs leaving behind  an original oil painting standing  at the rear of the truck. The  phone rang and I took about 10  minutes before going back  down to the truck.  In that short time, someone  came along and took the painting.  I would appreciate its return  and the person who now has it  can call me at 886-3473 or  phone collect at 46W165. No  hard feelings.  I'll even give him an  autograph if he wants it.  Ray Waddell  See fundamentals  Editor:  Amidst the growing debate  over logging of the Tetrahedron  forest, it is essential to keep in  sight the funadmentals of the  issue.  For a number of years logging has progressed steadily up  the valleys of Chapman Creek  and Grey Creek. In recent years  extensive cutting has takm place  around sub-alpine lakes in what  is acknowledged to be a prime  recreational area and crucial  source of drinking water.  Cut blocks proposed for next  month would continue this process and intrude into our last intact, accessible unit of  wilderness. If permitted, they  will permanently devalue this  wilderness, heighten water shed  concerns, remove one of our  few remaining stands of ancient  trees, and lower the recreational  quality of the area.  Interfor staff attempts to  side-step these fundamentals by  accusing the Tetrahedron  Alliance of 'dragging in the big  guns from Vancouver' and  'shutting down the forest in  dustry'. This is a comical exaggeration of both our intentions  and our power.  We began handling this issue  at the local level, and continued  at that level until we were  denied meaningful dialogue by  the Sunshine Coast Forest  District. The extent to which we  have now involved the 'big  guns' has been to ask the  Western Canada Wilderness  Committee for assistance in  printing a newsletter for general  distribution only on the Sunshine Coast. We expect to cover  the cost of these services  ourselves.  As for 'shutting down the  forest industry', if its economic  health hinges on the remaining  patches of old growth forest in  the Tetrahedron area, then we  -both local residents and the  broader, provincial and global  community - are indeed in  serious trouble.  Keep sight of fundamentals,  and the folly of current logging  plans sticks out like a sore  thumb.  Chris Beach  ft NORMAN ltd.  4UI"0 VfMMM Mi.. PWMi I  ,ix. run  Serving the area for over 30 years  Is pleased to announce the opening of their  ROOFING & SHEET  METAL DIVISION  SPECIALIZING IN:  ��� Tar & Gravel ��� 1 and 2 Ply Torch on Membrane I  ��� Metal Roofing ��� Roof Repairs ��� Roof Inspections I  ��� Custom Shret Mesial Work ��� Residential & Commercial I  We have the most up to date equipment         and technical skills  GOVERNMENT  CERTIFIED ROOFERS  WORKeMANSHIP & MATERIAL  GUARANTEED  FOR YOUR ROOFING NEEDS  PHONE 485-9342  *8fc  RS  TS<  Rubbing elbows  with the best  Editor:  It was a pleasure to preside  over the Gibsons and District  Chamber of Commerce  Outstanding Citizens Awards,  this past Tuesday night, at the  Mariners Restaurant.  Approximately 65 people  turned out to honour our 5  outstanding citizens, and the  Outstanding Couple of the year,  plus pay tribute to the  Beachcombers for their many  years of contribution to the  community. Each of the individuals chosen has a direct impact on the everyday life of all  of us, and help to make this the  great town that it is.  I would like to say 'thanks' to  I all the recipients. It really was  an honour for me to rub elbows  with you for the evening.  Also a 'thanks' to everyone  who showed up, including our  guest speakers Diane Evans and  Elva Dinn, who made this  Chamber of Commerce function another 'Super Event'. The  next big day is June 24, when  we will be out walking for  Cystic Fibrosis and trying our  best to bring the trophy back to  Gibsons where it belongs.  R.A. Thomas  President  Gibsons & District  Chamber of Commerce  IF CREMATION IS  YOUR CHOICE  WHY NOT PREPLAN  YOUR  FUNERAL NEEDS?  Does your family know whal your personal feelings are about  your funeral needs! Of course, it's natural everyone wants to  avoid talking about his or her funeral arrangements before their  lime. However, people's attitudes are refreshingly more open to  dealing with these matters as we quickly approach the 1990's.  Today, people are preplanning Iheir personal funeral preference  for the benefit of Iheir loved ones. Show your family and loved  ones how much you care by preplanning your wishes now.  Devlin Funeral Home and the Sunshine Coast Crematorium  both provide this service free of charge, so don'l pul off this important task. Call us today for further information.  WE HAVE ALL THE OPTIONS AVAILABLE  FOR YOUR NEEDS  Contact Dan Devlin at 886-9551 loday regarding PREPLANNING.  Ik  Funarol  Aiiociation  579 Seaview Rd.,  Box 648  Gibsons, B.C.  886-9551  Pleasant  memories  Editor:  Great friends, warm community spirit, breath-taking  mountain scenery and loads of  fun are just a lew of the very  pleasant memories the exchange  students of Kapuskasing took  back to their northern Ontario  community.  On behalf of my fellow  students I wish to thank the  Sunshine town of Gibsons for  these memories. A special lhank  you to Peter Macdonald, Inga  and Dave Harrison and all the  parents who hosted us in their  homes.  This type of education is second to none and will remain  with us forever.  Shanna Lamontange  Kapuskasing, Ontario  SEA  CAVALCADE  Bright  Colors  T-Shirts$12.95  Great  Souvenirs  AVAILABLE AT:  J.BX.  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