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Array nuudingg  VICTORIA.    B.C  V8V   1X5 94. 09|  Attention:Rod Cardin  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  mmiiiii  June 6,1994 Volume 48 Issue 23  ������������������������������������  Gibsons  businesses  look at  possible  effects of  bypass  Passing the  buck...  for a good  cause,  of course  Provincial  3  legislation  raises ire of  Coast  teachers      3  PLAYING AROUND:  Driftwood Players  do it again  with latest   44  production 11  The SPCA has  many dogs and  cats ready  for adoption.  Call  886-CARE  Roaming  dogs  wreak  havoc in  Gibsons  by Nancy Moote  The duck pond at Jan  Carmichael's "Do-Chick-In"  farm in Gibsons was an ugly  sight the evening of May 31.  Carmichael said thai when  she came home she noticed her  flock of geese wasn't in the front  yard as usual. She went out back  and found one goose swimming  in the pond. "And then," she  said, "I saw the devastation on  the embankment."  Three birds were sprawled on  Ihe far bank, their backs ripped  open. A third dead goose lay  under the bushes nearby. White  puffs of feathers littered the yard.  It's the work of dogs, according to Stan Jones, animal control  officer for the Sunshine Coast.  "People wonder why people  trying to raise livestock on small  acreages shoot dogs," Jones said.  "This is one reason why."  Altogether, Carmichael lost  four geese and a duck. Her one  remaining duck has a broken leg.  And earlier this spring, she lost  two sheep in another dog attack.  "This is devastating when you  start losing animals like this,"  she said.  Carmichael believes dog  owners should have to pay for  such damage, and they should  have-to see the bkxriy Umajla-  lion their animals caused. Bul  she is frustrated because unless  she can catch the dogs in the act,  there's nothing she can do.  According to Jones, a shotgun  may be the only answer in cases  like this. "That's the only thing  to do, is shoot (the dogs) and  make sure they don't get away."  That's what friends are for  Blair Lawson clings on lo Kyle Kwasayda as he hurts rocks into Trail Bay.  Joel Johnstone photo  Strike vote  possible at  HSPP mill  by Ian Cobb   ���  It's all or nothing with the two unions representing pulp and paper mill industry employees in  Ihe province.  The 12,000 employees making up the Communications, Energy and Paper Union (CEPU) and  Woodworkers Union of Canada want to renegotiate their contracts, which expired April 30. Management of the 21 provincial pulp mills want lo  negotiate mill by mill, while the unions want to  negotiate as a single unit.  If an agreement isn't reached by June 13, (he  union will conduct a strike vote.  Most of the approximate 450-odd employees of  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper, the largest employer  on the Sunshine Coast, are members of CEPU  Local 1119.  "Historically, we've done it for years. We've  never done it mill by mill before. We want to bargain as a unit," said CEPU Local 1119 president  Terry Duffy.  According to provincial CEPU vice-president  Brian Payne, the reason the unions don't want to  negotiate mill by mill, is because they're afraid Ihe  companies would "hold hostage" local unions.  "We're prepared lo negotiate our own contract," said HSPP president Gary Graham.  "In the past the companies have negotiated as a  unit and it's a desire by the companies to do it mill  by mill, company by company.  "It's fair to say the unions don't Ihink much of  the idea."  Duffy said he believes the members of Local  1119 do not want to go on strike.  "Most people nowadays don't like strikes. They  don't want to be involved in them but if the company doesn't respond, I would imagine we'll be  taking a strike vote," he said.  Tlie Issue of negotiations being the Impetus Ibr  strike is acknowledged by both Duffy and Grass unusual. ~.V  "It's a little silly, you know. Personally, I think  Ihe companies should come back to the bargaining  table to negotiate," Duffy said.  "Precedence says it's not a strike issue and the  companies don't ihink of it as a strike issue," Graham said. He said that if there is a strike the company would go to the labour board "to press the  legal issue."  Skies above filled with  memories for Coast pilots  1/xy-offs hit St. Mary's  By Peter Busch  They didn't jusl come here  out of the blue, bul they did  come out of Ihe wild blue yonder to keep lines open into about  two dozen logging camps that  dotted either side of Jervis Inlet.  The sound of chainsaws cutting through timber was accompanied by the buzz of a Beaver  engine as floatplanes were used  to bring, in loggers and Iheir supplies to camp. But as the crack  and crash of timber in the woods  deadened so too did Ihe roar of  the float planes on the Coasl. A  few pilots, though, have been  able to hang on to an existence  on Ihe Coasl.  "When we were operating  there were 23 aircraft in the area  but Ihere was no more work,"  says Al Campbell. Campbell  was owner and operator of Tyee  Air and kepi a fleet of 11 float  planes buzzing the skies wilh  the help of his wife Dahlene,  who worked with him seven  days a week in the family business.  Campbell has 11,000 hours  of flight time under his belt bul  no one has spent more of his life  in the air than the pilot who  goes by the moniker, Blackie.  Jack Apsouris has flown out of  just about every place on the  Coast from Sechelt to the Queen  Charlottes.  A pilot for 40 years Blackie's  goal is to celebrate SO years of  flying before he hangs up his  wings on a full-lime basis. "I'd  be content to slop (now) bul I  couldn't afford it. And I might  retire when I'm 70, bul I  wouldn't necessarily stop flying," says Blackie.  "[Sechelt] has been my home  for Ihe last 23 years and I have  no intention of leaving ��� Ihe  Coast has become my backyard  for flying.  "I spent time in my younger  years flying, and living out of a  suitcase. I just got tired of it ���  of never being home," says  Blackie.  'It's the most  beautiful area on  the Coast, but it also  bos some variables  Uke weather  conditions that make  it interesting  tojly in'  -Jack 'Blackie' Apsouris  For Blackie the lure lo ll e  Coasl isn't just about having a  home base where he can work.  Living on Ihe Coast is about  being at home and flying  through an environmenl that  strikes you with ils beauty while  being able to challenge your  skills as a pilot.  "Il's the most beauliful area  on the Coast, but it also has  some variables like weather  conditions that make it interesting lo fly in." Sechelt doesn't  have as many variables as the  Queen Charlottes but it does  challenge your skills, says  Blackie. The Charlottes can presenl a pilot with a few tricks ���  100 mile per hour winds are nol  uncommon. "You get out on the  Coast and it's wild and woolly."  Blackie found himself on the  Coasl chasing a challenge. "I  had a chance in 1961 to go to  the (commercial airlines) and I  turned Ihem down ��� a lot of  people thought I was crazy bul  that's nol what I consider flying," he says.  Pilots working for Ibe commercial airlines fly a Boeing jel  from Vancouver to London in  10 1/2 houn wilh an half hour  slop over in Calgary, and  they're done: two take-offs and  Iwo landings. "Here, we do  three or four take-offs in an  hour," says Blackie. Big isn't  always busy or belter.  "We don't have a lol of fancy  equipment (in Ihe plane) so you  have to rely on your judgement,  common sense and expertise to  do ihe job," says Blackie.  Flying was the challenge for  Dale Leekie, who found the  drive to pursue a pilot's license  oul of the death uf his father.  Leekie's father was killed as a  private pilot. "It was a personal  challenge because of my dad's  death."  Leekie moved to the Coast in  1981 because his wife's family  lived in Powell River ��� closer  lo home, was the call out of the  blue yonder. "It was also a personal choice... because I didn't  want my kids to grow up in  Vancouver. Leekie, who now  flys for Harbour Air, says he  and his wife chose to bring up  their family in a smaller, safer  town than what Vancouver presented to them. "It's a smaller  town (Sechelt) and the cost of  living is cheaper."  Blackie's job for the last 23  years has been to fly in and out  of logging camps and, more  recently dominating Ihe market  now, the 15 minute shuttle to  Nanaimo or Vancouver.  turn lo page 10  Medical staff at Sechelt's St.  Mary's Hospital are under the  knife as budget cuts force layoffs throughout most hospital  departments.  St. Mary's director of nursing  Wendy Hunt confirmed Friday  (June 3) that lay-offs effecting  the nursing department and others throughout the hospital are  pending. Hunt said the lay-offs  will be "proportionate" in all  affected departments. She  added, the nursing department  ��� the largest department al the  hospital ��� stands to lose the  most jobs.  Hunt declined to say how  many jobs would be lost in the  cutbacks "It's very hard to determine," she said.  That figure, along with  details of the cutbacks, will likely be available next week, she  said.  Hunt said St. Mary's surgical  department will be spared from  this latest round of budget cuts.  Touring Howe Sound Pulp and Paper, members of the Fire  Training Officers Convention (FTOC) study the layout of the  mill. The FTOC wrapped up Its stay in Gibsons Thursday  morning. Nancy Moote photo Coast News, June 6,1994  news  FREE  film or  2nd set  of prints  with each film developed  1 hour photos  5x7 prints 991  Buy  Trade'Rent  Sega or Super  Nintendo  113-5716 Teredo Streat SMfealt 885-2882  Businesses ponder effect of by-pass  by Ian Cobb  If they build it, they will still  come ��� but maybe not as many  as before.  That seems to be the general  reaction of Upper Gibsons business owners and managers when  asked about their reactions to the  Gibsons highway bypass and the  options of the Payne or Henry  Road connector routes.  Gibsons town council unanimously voted April 5 to accept  municipal planner Susan Stratis'  recommendation of Henry Road,  located farther north than the  Payne Road connector, which  would empty onto Highway 101  beside Gibsons Park Plaza.  The Henry Road connector is  also eyed more favorably by Ihe  Ministry of Highways and Transportation.  The majority of business  owners/managers contacted by  the Coast News said they believe  some "drive by" business will be  lost.  But they also believe that people wishing to come into Gibsons  will come.  "The people that want to go  into Gibsons will still do it and if  they just want to go up the coast,  of course, I'm going to lose that  (traffic) and as a businessman I  don't want to lose any business,"  said Dennis Hohn, general manager of the Gibsons Motor Inn.  Gibsons Park Plaza likely has  the most to lose out of all Upper  Gibsons businesses.  "The whole place was  designed with the idea it (connector) would come out at  Payne," said GPP promotions  coordinator Bev Tanchuk.  "It was designed to front onto  Payne," she said, explaining that  is why Ihe roadway at the current  main entrance, off Highway 101  and Pratt Road, is angled. "It was  to allow for the widening of the  intersection."  In their discussions regrrding  the Henry Road option, Gibsons  council have talked about trying  to pressure the ministry into  upgrading the Payne Road intersection.  As for drive-by business,  Tanchuk said the plaza has never  relied on it tind doesn't expect a  loss in business from that.  "We're there for the long run,  whether the road runs one way or  another. We would like lo see the  road go where they (ministry)  said it was going to go."  Scot Coulter, co-owner of  Ernie and Gwen's Drive-Inn near  North Road and Highway 101,  also said he doesn't believe too  much drive-by business will be  lost.  "If we're going to have a  bypass, let's have a bypass. You  don't want it coming right into  the middle of town. There will be  some negative effect on it but  we're established. People know  us and come here out of habit,  most of them. We may lose a little bit of drive-by business."  Officials for Sunnycrest Mall  could not be reached for comment on the issue and Gibsons  and District Chamber of Commerce manager Emily Perry said  her office has received a couple  of calls from a concerned business owner bul that's about it.  Forestry practices code studied by all sides  ^Htnoducin^i  Painttr'sjChoice  '3.781  50360*  ofPALL  IN-ST0K  w/tticovnwc  ���MrnktA-rmmemi  wi*mlm*-A  SOUO HIM, SEMMUNSMIENT  DICK MIARX STAINS  ��� AwAatA. in a wi<k rongt of color,  17*  Mm m snugs  40off*ALL  ���SUNWORIHY  WNlNkKIIOWS  ___________l...  40&60SU  CUSTOM WNWWFASM0NS  886-8103  Gibsons Park Plaza  Hwy 101, Gibsons  ���  HOURS: Mon-Sat 9:30-5. Sun 11-4  by Nancy Moote  The details of the province,'*;)  new Forest Practices Code are  out, and the reaction is mixed.  Bill Wright, manager of With-  erby Tree Farm in Gibsons, likes  the clarity of the proposed new  standards, though he is concerned they might be applied  inflexibly. "They have really  tightened the engineering restrictions for roads, and I think that is  a critical thing," he said. "If you  put your roads in the right place,  you eliminate a lot of your problems."  Forestry Alliance spokesman  Patrick Moore said forest companies welcome Ihe code but object  to the government's rhetoric of  tough enforcement. Moore said  the government estimates the  new standards will cost the forest  industry about $200 million but  the industry feats it will be closer  to $2 billion.  Meanwhile, Paul George of  the environmental gtoup Western  Canada Wilderness Committee  summed up the new laws as too  little and too slow. "A lot of people are being hoodwinked into  thinking there's big changes in  bur forest," he said. "There"*  not."  According to Greg Hemphill,  the local district forest manager,  the single biggest change is that  hard-to-enforce guidelines will  now become law. In preparation  for the government's promised  gel-lough stance, he has created  two new compliance and  enforcement teams, one in  Sechelt and one in Powell River.  The major changes to logging  operations on the Coasl will be  tighter restrictions on roads and  Bistrict of g>tthett  P.O.BoKia,5645WslAiwnus,Sschsl,aC.VW3W TjMhowljOgjgjMB Fax:(904)M6-7581  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Cancellation of Roller  Blading and Hockey  Please note that there will be NO roller  blading or hockey on Fridays as of Jura  10111,1994.  This does not affect the Saturday  programs.  Regular Council  Meetings  Regular council meetings are held the 1st  and 3rd Wednesday of every month at  7:30 pm in the Council Chamber at the  Municipal Hall, 5545 Inlet Avenue.  rCwn^M Meeting Mtoe"]  I June 1994 I  ��� Finance CommlttM  I Wednesday, June 8th, 1994 at 2:30 pm    j  I Community Liaison CommlttM I  {Wednesday, June 22nd, 1994 at 2:30 pm, J  ! to be followed by the Economic !  ! Development Committee '  I Planning CommlttM I  J Tuesday, June 28nd, 1994 at 1:30 pm, to I  J be followed by the Environment I  ! Committee I  I .. ... I  Clip g ____**���__   SATURDAY'S PROGRAM  1:00 - 2:00 pm Tiny Tots and Beginners  Roller Skate  2:00 - 3:30 pm Scrub Roller Hockey  (ages   6-12)  3:30 - 5:00 pm Scrub Roller Hockey  (ages 13-18)  5:00 - 6:30 pm Scrub Roller Hockey  (ages 19 & up)  6:30 - 8:00 pm  Public roller skate  (General)  8:00 pm on, Open for Bookings  DatM: June 11,18,25,1994  : FULL GEAR is required for Scrub Hockey.  : NO rentals are available  : Scrub hockey rates are $5.00 per person  : Public roller skates are:  Adults $3.00  Teens $2.75  Child $2.00  Did you know B.C.'s Children's Hospital provides  ongoing care to over 700 children with  cancer across B.C., incluJinglOO new  cases each year?  *S&,  Ofiildren's Hospital  Putting smiles back where they belong  clearcuts. The new standards  limit clearcut blocks to 40  hectares in the south of the  province and 60 hectares in the  north.  But Hemphill said more  important than those maximums  ate the measures to stop the practice of progressive clearcutting.  Progressive clearcuts occur  where several adjacent cutblocks  are logged over the space of a  few years to create much larger  clearings.  Hemphill named Ihe Caren  Range at the north end of the  Sechelt peninsula as an example  of where progressive clearcutting  has caused erosion and floods.  "Over time, cutting these blocks  has created a pretty large opening," he said, "lt produced a lot  of the area without sufficient  cover for hydrological reasons."  Under the proposed regulations, a cut area must achieve  "green-up" before an adjacent  block can be cut. Hemphill said  that means trees typically would  be 10 years old and more than  two metres tall before an adjacent block could be cut.  As well, the regulations say  clearcuts will not be allowed in  places where other harvest methods would be more appropriate.  These areas include community  watersheds, unstable slopes, and  certain wildlife habitat.  Another major focus of the  new law is logging roads. The  draft standards require higher  construclion standards, more  planning, and better road maintenance. Skid roads will only be  approved after a thorough review  and they must be leveled and  replanted with trees after use.  Deteriorating or badly placed  logging roads have been a major  cause of erosion, landslides, and  salmon stream damage in B.C.  On the Sunshine Coast, such  road problems have been a major  bone of contention in the regional watershed at Chapman and  Gray Creeks.  The forest ministry will  accept comments on the draft  standards until Aug. IS.  For a good cause  Sunshine Coast Community Service* received a $4,000 boost from the Royal Bank in Sechelt  Thursday as bank manager Jack Pratt, centre, handed over the building fond contribution to  retiring directors Frands Konapasek, left, and Sylvia Blackwell. Joel Johnstone photo  f os Mastectomy Fitting Seminar  June 7th, available from 1-6 pm  Sechelt, Driftwood Inn ��� Room 102  You are invited to drop by  to meet Debbie Pelletier  and see AMOENA's  line of post breast  surgery products.  Including the  new attachable form.  Debbie Pelletier  CdMCXNfc  Representative  CnxuiaLLi.  d\l\adzakomu !Boutlquz  684-3522  470 ^xanviffe tfgO^.Q/anaouucx  6 Coast News, June 6, 1994  Register Nowl  Canada Day  Parade  theme: J|^��  INTERNATIONAL  FAMILY  Award Categories:  Marching Bands  Marching Groups  Floats: Commercial, Ethnic, Political  Children's Entries  Vehicles: New, Restored, Antiques  Best Dressed for Theme In Audience  (Group or Individual)  $10 Registration Fee mall to:  NORM BLAIR  RR#1 Draper C38  SecheltLB.C.V0N3A0  We have a variety of cultures on the Sunshine Coast.  Get out and show your colours.  Our parade Is a run event.  You are not restricted to the theme.  NAME:"   BUSINESS:  CATEGORY:   PHONE:   news  A DIVISION OF  interior  *o��!tLti  TD.  COASTAL ROADS  ��� GENERAL CONTRACTING  ��� PROJECT MANAGEMENT  ��� ROAD & BRIDGE CONSTRUCTION  ��� LOT & SUBDIVISION DEVELOPMENT  Culvert, Gabion, Guard Rail  Sales & Installations  886-8243  Gibsons- 885-2939 Pender Harbour- 883-2731  Undeterred fun  The paddles kept churning on the Gfcsons waterfront this weekend, despite the rainy weather, as the Sunshine Coast Maritime History  Society ploughed along with their Mfcritimt History Days celebrations. Joel Johnstone photo  Money woes strain Coast Guard operations  DID YOU KNOW?  10,331,000 adults in English Canada read  a community newspaper every week.  by Darah Hansen  A $2 million cut to the Canadian Coast Guard service has  West Coast operations scrambling to close budget gaps without compromising their role in  marine safety.  Rod Nelson, public affairs  officer with the Coast Guard,  West Coast Division, confirmed  Friday (June 3) that roughly  three per cent has been cut from  the Coast Guard annual operations and maintenance budget of  approximately 70 million.  The majority of the cuts are  Budget cuts could Jeopardize safety  coming in the form of attrition,  Nelson said.  "We're simply not filling  some positions (after employees  leave)."  He added that there are no  lay-offs expected at this time.  Search and rescue operations  along the coast ��� including  those on the Sunshine Coast and  Powell River ��� will not be  affected by the cutbacks, Nelson  said. "We're dealing with it  (budget cuts) as best we can  without compromising safety."  Other cost-cutting measures  include reducing the hours of  employee overtime, reducing  travel expenses and docking  Coast Guard ships for an  extended period of time.  Nelson said five large Coast  Guard ships will be given an  "extended refit" this summer,  alternately docking them to save  on fuel and maintenance costs.  Two of the five ships are  used for search and rescue on  the West Coast, the other three  have a navigational function.  Budget cuts have also forced  the de-staffing of a Vancouver-  based lighthouse station.  The Coast Guard is a federally-funded operation.  On the West Coast, it's  search and rescue squad works  in conjunction with the Canadian military based out of Vancouver Island.  GARRY'S EXCAVATING  OWNER: GARRY MUNDELL  ��� Tandem Dump ��� 450 John Deere w/ Hoe  ��� Sand & Gravel ��� Septic Fields & Tanks  ��� 120 Komatsu Excavator ��� Repairs & Installation  BOX 18. QIMONt 886-TOat CM. 885-8232 ���  Bargaining legislation provokes  by Darah Hansen  Increased provincial costs to  bargain teachers' contracts and  the looming possibility of a  province-wide, teachefs' strike  apt among the criticisms which  abound after last week's intro  duction of Bill 52.  Sunshine Coast Teachers  Association president Sharon  Wood has appealed to teachers  ,and parkin,*) spwfc.Q��L��bouL  what she termed the "negative  ] consequences inherent in the  , provlhclal"bargaining scheme."'  In a letter signed by Wood,  dated June 1, Wood outlined the  negative impact Bill 52 will have  on the Sunshine Coast school  district.  Among them, she states it will  cost the province approximately  $17 million more to bargain  provincially rather than locally  "the first year and each successive year". The added costs come  in the form of levelling up  salaries, benefits and working  conditions.  The letter states she got the  figures straight from the educa  tion ministry's Kotbin Report ���  upon which the government has  based its decision to legislate Bill  52.  ,. Wood goes further to caution  that with provincial bargaining,  the possibility of a strike affecting Coast students increases dra- \  matically.  "Under the local bargaining  system, teachers on the Sunshine  Coast had the exclusive right to  decide whether to take job  action. But other parts of the  Lower Mainland have 45 per  cent of the teaching force in the  whole province, and therefore the  decisions to go on strike will  now depend largely on their  wishes," she wrote.  Wood encouraged parents and  teachers to contract their local  MLA and "speak out" against the  bill.  l/\/e Cdtftekeep ihe Hon ihis  QmnutB longer ii  Admiral  Home Appliances  Washer  ���4 Automatic  cycles  ���3 Temperature  settings  ���3 Water  levels  ���2Speed  $519  Admiral  Home Appliances  Dryer  ���6.4 cul  capacity for large  wash loads  ���3Timed  cycles  $329  SECHELT  QIBSONS  APPLIANCES �� LIGHTING APPLIANCES & MATTRESS CENTER  927 HWY 101- NEXT TO HOME HARDWARE 102.5688 COWRIE STREET  GIBSONS, B.C. PH. 8860606 DOWNTOWN SECHELT, B.C. PH. 885-5417   Open: Mon. ��� Sat 9:00 - 5:30   YOUR  LAST CHANCE  TOCHANGEYOUR  LISTING  IS ABOUT  TO FADE  orawmiv  The Sunshine Coast White Pages  are now closing.  Now!s your last chance to check your listing to make  sure itt accurate and up-to-date - you may want  to include other family members.  If you represent a business, now<s the time to add or  alter your listing. .Also be sure to check the names  and positions of key employees for possible listing  additions or revisions. Charges apply for changes and  extra listings.  Call BC TEL Customer Service Office before your  opportunity fades away. _  5SreL  i  >  s  ���MM Coast News, June 6,1994  opinion  Two-tiered  bargaining not the  end of autonomy  Teachers and the provincial government cannot agree  on how to bargain, basically because they have different  priorities.  The provincial government is legislating province-wide  bargaining in order to speed up the negotiating process  and also to diminish the ability of teachers' unions to capitalize on the success of teachers in other districts.  The Ministry of Education is hoping to keep job aclion  down while also keeping school taxes down and maintaining the level of education./  The two tiered bargaining structure consists of all cost  provisions being negotiated provincially between the  Ministry of education and the British Columbia Teachers'  Federation while other issues ��� program issues and  teacher-student ratios ��� will be negotiated locally.  Bill 52, the Public Education Labour Relations Act,  does increase the likely hood of a province-wide strike  but it also creates a deterrent for small teacher's unions  from walking out with virtual anonymity.  Teacher's unions suggest the cost will increase as a  result of province-wide bargaining, but if it does ��� and  there is no reason why it should ��� it will only be because  teachers allowed it to.  Alliance leader and Sunshine Coast MLA Gordon Wilson says costs will increase and local control over the  delivery system will be lost.  But there is no reason why school boards and local  teachers unions should not be able to ensure the programs  that are in most demand in the district are given priority  over lesser educational services.  The Liberals, on the other hand, say Bill 52 has not  gone far enough, suggesting that education should be  considered an essential service, thereby removing the  ability of teachers to strike either at the district level or  province-wide.  The Liberals say that since the NDP were elected over  150 teaching days have been lost to labour disputes.  According to the Liberals, the student drop out rate has  increased to 30 per cent and salaries have increased well  in excess of the rate of inflation ��� all of which suggests  district by district bargaining is not working to the betterment of the long term stability of the education system.  There is no reason to blame the present woes on the  NDP government. The system was put into place before  they came into office.  There is no reason that cost issues cannot be bargained  province-wide, while the delivery system is maintained  on a district by district basis.  Victoria has their fingers on the purse strings anyways,  whether the amount going to teachers is negotiated  province-wide or district by district.  And besides, if there is no more money in Victoria for  teachers' salaries, there is no more money whether it is  divvied up district by district or province-wide.  There is no reason to assume that 17 districts would be  able to determine more efficiently than the BC Teachers  Federation whether teachers deserve a one per cent or a  two per cent cost of living raise.  Province-wide bargaining for cost items will be a  healthier way of sharing the pay between salaries and  programming.  <ia��to|i6-(s��w9  CONTAINS-  EflW>HY8E01A, LUNG CANCER. STROKES.  THROAT CANCER. HEART DISEASE,  SAD BREATH. WRINKLED SKIN, NICOTINE  STAINS. MISERY. PAIN AND DEATH.  letters  Gas concerns  77ii'j letter to Moe Sihota,  Minister of Environment, Lands  and Parks was forwarded lo Ihe  Coast News for publication.  Re: ICG Propane lease at  Roberts Creek  This letter is in response to  your ministry's letter dated 94-  03-02 and, in particular, the  statement:  "We believe there is at least  one alternate location now. We  are therefore not prepared to  issue a replacement lease beyond  this tenure which expires July 31,  1994..."  Our concern is that we were at  this precise junction in 1984  when ICO went to the ministry  and overturned this decision. We  recognize that it was a different  government and that there was  no industrial park back then.  However, we are concerned that  ICG will again apply pressure to  the government to overturn the  decision.  The removal of the ICG  Propane storage tanks and related  equipment from Roberts Creek  complies with the Roberts Creek  Official Community Plan whereby industrial activities, including  petroleum product storage, shall  be strongly encouraged to locate  away from residential areas and  relocate at the Hillside Industrial  Park. Relocation of the ICG  Propane storage facility and consolidation of petroleum storage  into a single industrial area also  conforms to the objectives of the  Sunshine Coast Regional District  who have gone lo a great deal of  expense to provide the Hillside  Industrial Park.  Residents of Roberts Creek  have worked diligently over the  past IS years to encourage ICG  Propane to move their non-conforming facility to a more suitable location. This location ���  which is in the heart of Roberts  Creek and in proximity to the  commercial core, residences and  the elementary school ��� presents many concerns over the  safety of the barge and storage  facility as well as the trucking of  propane from this site.  J.N. DAVIDSON, Secretary  Roberts Creek Community  Association  Organic clarification  Thanks, Nancy Moote for  your great article on "One  Straw" in the May 30 edition.  I've had a couple of interested  folks call me already about our  new farming group. I would,  however, like to clarify a statement in that article, that being the  quote "I'm certainly behind them  whether they're organic or not."  I'm getting some raised eyebrows over that and would like to  expand on it a bit. First, we are  behind all members' endeavors  whether they're organic growers  or not, because there are projects  going on that don't include farming.  We certainly believe that  chemical free farming is the only  way to go, and all produce at the  Farmers Markets reflects that  belief. We do have one member  who does not farm organically,  but he does not sell at the markets. Further, anyone wanting to  give up the spray bottle to try  some new (old) techniques is  welcome to any of our resources  lei ten welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  TheEdltor  Sunshine Coaat News  Box 460, Qlbaona, B.C.  VON 1V0  towards making that change.  Also, I believe that any ALR  land, organic or not, should be  protected from development. I  hope that this will cover all the  questions I'm getting!  Also, although the One Straw  group certainly will help promote  ihe Farmers Markets in any way  it can, we don't want to draw  attention from all the individuals  who have worked on their own  towards making the Markets successful.  Thanks for the opportunity to  clarify this, and thank you again  Nancy, for your interest in the  coast.  ROBIN WHEELER  Bike ride thanks  We would like to thank once  again all Ihe volunteers and par-.  ticipants that made the "Big Bike  Ride" event in Gibsons a great  success.  It really turned out to be an  event where everyone put in their  heart. Over $8,000 has been  pledged by three teams for Ihe  Heart and Stroke Foundation of  BC and the Yukon. This money  will be used for research and  education.  It was a pleasure for us to see  so much enthusiasm in all the  participants in this event. We  hope Gibsons gets a chance  again next year to have this fun-  filled event with the (30-person)  "Big Bike".  JOHANVANDERGEEST  ���nd AGNES LABONTE  Gibsons  Thanks to those who sacrificed for the freedom and the rights  There's a lot of hoopla happening in France this  week.  Politicians and other media-seeking limelight-  diners are currently making grandiose speeches to  a throng of elder statesmen; men responsible for  these politicians and the media-types filming and  quoting them are having their say and way.  I'll never relinquish my appreciation of war vets  ��� whether First or Second World War, Korean or  even Vietnam.  "How can you defend Vietnam!" Many will  likely shriek, their hands reaching for placards,  head-bands and Country Joe MacDonald 8-tracks.  It's easy to defend.  I'm in my third decade and  I've never had to go to war  because of the lessons learned  in Vietnam and in the wars  before, nations (see: U.S.A.)  have learned it isn't wise to  trundle into some strange foreign land with half-cooked  ideas of how to conquer the  "little people" with we're-bel-  ter-than-you maxims.  Hell, they just carpet bomb the dilly-wingles out  of them now and once they've become sufficiently  squashed, they send in the ground troops to provide  "aid" for the victims.  The lessons of Vietnam have hopefully been  learned but those lessons began in 1914 and raised  In the middle  Ado\f Hitter, spewing  holier-than-thou-gibberish,  inspired a downtrodden  nation into planetary  conflagration  their ugly head again in 1939.  Adolf Hitler, spewing holier-than-thou-gibberish, inspired a downtrodden nation into planetary  conflagration. As is commonly known, the grotty  little dictator rampaged  throughout Europe, Asia and  Africa in his quest for world  domination.  From the summer of 1939  to the spring of 1944, the Axis  powers (politically correct  way of saying The Germans,  nowadays) had their way in       Europe.  But one cool June morning  in '44, the Allied forces of Britain, America and  Canada landed on a series of beaches in Normandy, France, in what has become considered by  most historians as the turning of the tide in the war.  Thanks to the sacrifices made by the men of that  generation, I can sit here at my typewriter and tap  Ian cobb  out one insignificant person's opinion and hold  court over my right to express it.  I can say Hitler enjoyed playing with dolls and  his senior staff were Zippy-the-Pinhead-clones  with penchants for strange,  powerful drugs. ^____^__  I can say our prime minis  ter at the time was a raging We have a freedom in our  cheesehead who talked to his   part 0ftbe worW that is  the embodiment of what  this planet has got to  outlined in Canadian law.  If men such as George Cooper and other D-Day  vets hadn't crossed the English Channel on June 6  and collectively paddlewhacked the Axis, along  with what the lads were doing on other fronts, it's  more than likely that I would, at this very moment,  be getting dragged away from my computer to be  shot by men with veins pulsating angrily from their  temples.  Now, while this may seem like a tragedy to  some of you who would like to see me shot, we  have a freedom in our part of the world that is the  embodiment of what this planet has got to become  if we're to survive inlo the next millennia.  Hey, the UN says Canada is  ���������������    Ihe best place to live. It's not  because of lhal dribbling collection of droids and drones in  Ottawa posing for the media.  It's all because of the sacrifices made by those who have  come before us, those who  dead mother and needed the  support of his dog before  making big decisions.  "Hmm," Mr. MacKenzie-  . " ,*      ,    t~-���,_,y���_  cared enough for freedom and  King mused. "Should we sub- become tfwe re to survive for ,hejr a^My to risk m and  scribe to Churchill's D-Day      into the next millennia      limb.  theory and send thousands of           Their model, not without its  young men to their deaths?"  He looked at his dog and heard it say, "Off you  go W.L, send 'em in, but you best get mommies  permission first."  I can say these things thanks to the freedoms  flaws, is the base upon which  our society teeters.  Let's not forget that and let's celebrate the  deeds of these special people. Thank you���one and  all.  COAST5, NEWS  Subscription at��� tor  th* Crust News or th* Wetkendee:  CanadA: I year ��� $35 ��� $2 45 CST - $37 45  6 month, ��� ��20*��I.40GST-$21.40  roreiin: I year ��� J60 (No CST)  Reg. No. 4702  Publish*  GeryHetoert  Reporter*  Darah Hansen. 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One special offer per family.  tffctaO&tnlpint  By appointment only  June 9/10/11  886-2237  WMC&PmonJdwquesaccepttd  Eljr Corporation ol IIk  jtetrtctof&etftett  f0B��ia.ss4smh��M.s��)��i.ac.v��nio tJ*_*SSBSS jtegjggi  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the District of Sechelt will  be considering the addition of a new Zoning Schedule to  District of Sechelt Zoning Bylaw No. 25 and will be  considering the zoning of certain lands near the Airport to  that new zone as described below:  Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 25-82,1994  That the text of Zoning Bylaw No. 25, 1987 will be  augmented to allow for a new Industrial 6 (I-6) zone which  would permit general industrial uses, including bulk fuel  storage.  Further, Part of Lot A, District Lot 6682 NWD, Plan 13667  located east of the Airport on the Forest Service Road and  identified on the plan attached as 'Schedule A' to Bylaw 25-  82,1994 will be rezoned from Industrial 5 (I-5) to Industrial 6  (I-6) - so as to provide for the development of those general  industrial uses, including hulk fuel storage, in that area.  TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that a Public Hearing for the  purpose of hearing all persons who believe their interest in  properly is affected by the proposed bylaw is scheduled as  follows:  Date: Monday, June 20th, 1994  Time: 7:00 pm  Placa: Sr. Citizens' Assoc, of BC Hall  5604 Trail Avenua, Sechelt, BC  Written submissions regarding the proposed bylaw will also  be received and may be presented at the Public Hearing or  received at the District of Sechelt Municipal Hall, 5545 Inlet  Avenue, Sechelt, BC, VON 3AO (facsimile number 885-7591)  at least forty-eight (48) hours prior to the hearing. No further  information or representations can be considered by Council  after the Public Hearing is terminated.  The above is a brief summary and intent of the bylaw and  not an interpretation. The full text of the bylaw may be  inspected at the District of Sechelt Municipal Hall, during  regular office hours, Monday through Friday, excepting  holidays, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm.  Telephone enquiries should be directed to the Planning  Department of the District of Sechelt at 885-1986.  Michael P. Vaughan  Municipal Clark  on behalf of the District of Sechelt  Turban or not turban  During and immediately after  World War II, I was a British  officer attached to the Indian  army. I served alongside Sikhs in  India and Burma. Some were my  superiors, others below me in  rank. I never consciously thought  of them as "wearing head gear."  Their turban was an integral part  of the whole person and I never  thought of it as otherwise.  As a matter of course, British,  Hindu and Muslim officers  would not wear their headgear in  the mess. The Sikhs did wear  their turbans and that was lhat.  Not in the remotest sense was it  an issue, even when we were  drinking the traditional toast to  the King.  And so it was disturbing to  learn that an overwhelming  majority of delegates at the  recent Legion convention voted  againsl a policy motion that  would have allowed religious  headgear in Legion halls. I have  no idea how our local branches  voted, though I would be delighted if I learnt that they voted with  the minority 25 per cent. I  Would it be too much to hope  that, upon reflection, and, no  matter how they did vole, they  would realize lhal a monumental  mistake has been made, and that  the only honourable decision  would be for all Legion halls to  open wide their doors to all who  served alongside them, turbans or  no turbans.  BERNARD K. McGRATH  Gibsons  Don't lose what's  been gained  Methinks they doth protest  loo much.  The recent tempest engulfing  Ihe Coasl News would be simply  another quaint story of the pettiness of small town life if the  anger and the consequences were  not so real. Unfortunately, such  self-righteous anger so close to  Ihe surface can only be a symptom of some deeper frustration.  In this case, it points to Ihe  very real struggle for economic  survival faced by so many in our  community. The consequences,  two more unemployed people;  with the traumatic shifting in personal lives that this entails; a  news organization in turmoil  wilh staff facing undeserved flak  from strangers; and, a residue of  hostility around the business  community create a no-win situation for all.  To be sure, the editorial in  question was a bit clumsy. However, il was no more damning nor  more generalized lhan many an  editorial in local, regional or  national newspapers.  For example, consider the frequent gratuitous criticism of  politicians in general or of our  friends who work in the public  sector. Indeed, the 'broad brush'  approach is a familiar and long-  accepted technique of editorialists. The offending editorial was  followed by an immediate and  full public apology. We should  be ashamed as a community that  this was nol enough, that our  business 'leader' could not  accept in good grace an apology  for Ihe rough work of a young  reporter. .  ll gets worse. We have an editor that actually accepts full  responsibility for the actions of  subordinates. Even cabinet ministers have forgotten this once  cherished sign of integrity. How  many business owners act as  responsibly when their employees screw up? Larry Marshall not  only accepted responsibility, he  stood by his team. Most lessor  men would sacrifice the reporter,  shift their eyes and shuffle their  ethics with a shrug. This kind of  loyalty is usually only a dream in  the workplace. Readers should  look around their own organization ��� would you trust your own  supervisors to take a similar  stand in your defence?  Mr. Marshall should be honoured for accepting responsibility  and for his loyalty. Instead, in a  knee-jerk reaction to other intemperate actions, he is driven from  his position.  The business community?  Self-righteous is too kind a word.  Self-centred and thin-skinned  would only start my list of adjectives. Surprise. Surprise. As a  group, in general, you are (like  the rest of us) less than perfect.  Hard-working or lazy? Pursuing your self-interest or providing a public service? Brilliant  marketers or stupid...? That, my  friends, is all open for discussion.  What is clear, thus far, is that any  suggestion that your financial  struggles may be your own doing  and not the fault of some abstract  external demon ��� globalization,  recessionary forces, market  shifts, big city retailers ��� is met  with anger and denial. As Shakespeare opined some time ago, our  faults lie not in our stars, dear  friends, but in ourselves.  Shakespeare also suggested,  as alluded to in my epigram, that  those who protest too vehemently often have much to hide.  William of Stratford would surely have dealt with the editorial  differently. I can almost hear him  warning Ihe younger journalist,  "this may be too close to the  mark ��� best brace yourself for  the reaction."  I could go on, but dare not.  What we learn from this episode  is that editorial writers must  return to Ihe tried and lired ���  public sector bashing is safe, private sector criticism (even of  tacky commercialism) is out of  bounds.  The consequences for Ihe  Coast News are most regrettable  at this particular time. I hope the  many recent improvements to the  Coast News will nol be lost as  this mini-crisis unfolds.  BRUCE MILNE  Davis Bay  Rugby offense  Re: Sport article "On thin ice"  by Nancy Moote, May 30.  With regards to Ihe general  theme of the article, I agree that  hockey and its (some) fans can  gel a mite unruly and that the  season has gone on far too long,  but, as for Ihe comment al the  end of the article: "... we match  the deadly hooliganism of British  rugby fans," I lake this as completely offensive. I have been a  rugby player for two decades and  I have never witnessed or heard  of, either at home (Canada, Vancouver and Gibsons) or internationally, anything deadly or  hooliganistic happening. I am  insulted.  I believe the writer should  check her information with her  M��j NATIONAL  I NISCIBSONSKEAITYLTD. ��� ANINDEPENDENTMEMBERnom~)  Home or  t?roperty  Evaluation  You've tried the  rest., now go  with the best  Call Kenan MacKenzie  885-7810  office  editor or other sports knowledgeable people.  She would probably find that  the sport of her rantings would be  British soccer.  Having just been a part of a  marvellous rugby season, the  Gibsons Pigs triumphs, I believe  an apology is in order.  JOHN RAINER  Gibsons  Covered in ash  For the past week I have been  covered in ash. My patio, my  plants, my hair, the inside and  outside of my car and I imagine  the inside of my lungs as well.  For the past week I've stopped  walking in this area all together. I  get a little edgy about the health  of the baby inside me who I'm  sure would prefer clean air.  The fires that have been raging off and on for a month by the  arena on Fairview Avenue are an  eye sore ��� literally ��� you know  when you come around the corner they'll begin to waler. Then,  as you turn onto South Gale,  another huge, unremitting fire  swirls in its deep smoke. I live  down from this fire and on a  windy day my home is engulfed.  I do nol open my door. I do  nol ��� cannot ��� open my windows.  As I wail the day out somewhere else, I Ihink: there musl be  some compromise between  developers and the community in  which they are developing. Certainly, I feel only resentment as I  breathe in the heavy smoke  instead of an understanding of  the project or how the project  will benefit the community.  MARGARET DOYLE  Sechelt  Tough on speeders  I recently read an article in the  Vancouver Sun dealing with  speeders.  A few years ago I started  thinking along these lines. I  understood the courts were  throwing oul these cases because  of lack of proof of the driver's  identity. The news article appears  to have this point cleared up.  Below is a summary of my  thoughts.  ��� Camera registers speeders  only ��� plus.  ��� Time, date, speed and  licence number are registered.  ��� Information is sent on to a  central computer.      '  ��� The computer (from licence  number) releases a ticket wilh the  following data: date, lime, speed,  licence number, name, address of  owner, amount of fine and  whether person is a repeat  offender.  ��� Fines are increased with  each offense and after three tickets, car, car licence or driver's  licence are forfeited.  It's quite apparent in my opinion thai controls must be tough.  Fines not collected must be paid  at licence time or no licence.  Tickets are automatically  mailed out from the computer.  After 65 years of accident-free  driving I am quite aware of Ihe  hazards on the road.  That is why I feel lhat one  must get tough with speeders  because killing people or kids is  not their privilege.  THOMAS BRUCE  Roberto Creek  Editors note:  The following letters from  West Sechell Elementary School  were received by ihe Coast News  for publication.  School welfare  My school is on welfare. We  have hardly any more money, but  that's not all. Our school's washroom doors are off and have been  off for three years. I find it disgusting. About a week or so ago,  we ran out of construction paper  and don't have enough money to  get any more. I think some of the  school's money is going towards  the staff room's Polaris machine.  If not, where is the school's  money disappearing to?  BECKY  Equip us  My letter is concerning the  Sechelt Minor Softball League  and I was wondering why we  don't have the proper equipment  for use on the field and when up  to bat. I play on a team who is  sponsored by McCourt Contracting and one of my friends is Josh  Miller who says "Whenever I am  catching behind the plate the  mask digs into my temple!" I  don't blame him, I mean, the helmets are so big they almost fall  off when you are running. All I  want is better equipment so if we  get hit in the groin or somewhere  else, it will not hurt.  NICKZOTOFF  Halt the logging  Stop the logging in Sechelt. It  was quiet and peaceful before the  logging companies came. They  destroy animals' homes and  make the rivers full of silt. Logging is destroying Sechelt's  forests. Do you want to look up  and see a huge, ugly gravel pit all  the time? That damage had  already been done but we can  stop more from happening. Just  don't support logging in Sechelt:  We have to save today's forests  for tomorrow. Can't you do anything? If we can get enough people, we can help to save the old  growth forests and the animals  who have lived there almost all  of their lives. Please do something to stop this cruelty.  ANNIE SLAKOV  Where does the  money go?  Our school (West Sechelt Elementary) is really on welfare!  For example, we have Iwo pieces  of each colour in construction  paper and we can't photocopy  anything because it's too expensive.  Last time I heard how much  money we had, it was about $60.  Now, I don't really ihink that $60  is enough to keep our school  going.  A while ago, the students  raised some money (and we  raised lots of money with other  things too), but all we got were  four little tetherball units that  break all the time. I think that if  the students raised the money,  then we should choose what lo  buy.  My only question is Ihis,  where is all the money going?  Thank you for listening.  KRISTY McCOURT  [\RS NATIONAL  I NHS CIBSONS KEAITY HP. ��� AN INDEPtNDENT MEM8EH BROKER ~)  Thinking of  selling your borne  orproperty?  MARKET  EVALUATION  For success through  QUALITY service.  Call Sharon Simmons  886-8277 office  886-3051 res  UlU  ________________________  ________________  _______________________mm Coast News, June 6, 1994  community  TAX-SMART INVESTING  $1 OF DIVIDENDS IS EQUIVALENT TO ABOUT $1.30 OF INTEREST!  HERES THE LOW-RISK WAY YOU CAN RETAIN MORE OF  YOUR INVESTMENT INCOME.  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Joel Johnstone photo  rolierts creek  by Katharine Trueman  885-2282  Summer is here and everywhere you go there are children  walking, playing, riding bikes  and disembarking from school  buses. There is excitement in the  air and our youth sometimes forget the "stop, look and listen"  rhythm as they are eager with  enthusiasm to enjoy themselves.  Please remember to slow down  and watch for children at play. It  is particularly important to take  care when children are crossing  the street when the bus stops.  Thank you.  Hospital Auxiliary  The Roberts Creek Hospital  Auxiliary for St. Mary's Hospital have had a very productive  george In glbsons  by George Cooper  The children sang 0' Canada.  They sang it in French, all three  stanzas. It was June 6 in the Normandy village of Fontaine-  Henry aboul a mile inland from  Ihe D-Day beaches of 40 years  ago.    ,ytlMn ilgniii  What was D-Day to them?  Jusl a day off school? Ah no, it  was much more than that. On  June 6 the children visit the war  cemetery nearby to lay flowers  at Canadian graves and, too, to  hear again what their grandparents tell of that first June 6 and  the end of the occupation. The  return lo liberty that began that  day in 1944.  Now when some of us visit  this June 6 the D-Day beaches  and the villages just beyond,  we'll remember our small part in  that vast seaborne landing in  1944.  Storms in the Channel made  most men in our LCT seasick.  The LCT, a motorized barge,  carrying vehicles such as an  armored bulldozer had pounded  through the waves all night.  Dutifully, at the appointed time  in the night the engineer lieutenant and I opened the roll of  maps. S-of-a-b, they're not the  maps for our beach area. Dutifully, I handed out messages of  encouragement from Montgomery and Eisenhower to  green-faced men peering out  from under vehicle tarpaulins.  Dutifully I looked at the  printed service of prayer and set  it aside. No response likely from  the seasick.  I dutifully went to the bridge  to point out our landing place to  the LCT commander who was  lost. I saw a great cloud of dust  and smoke on shore far to our  right ��� Omaha beach and the  near disaster there.  We were eventually close  enough to shore to recognize  landmarks from the photos we  had conned for weeks in  advance. We passed a soldier  floating out to sea supported by  his inflated "Mae Wesl." No  time to respond to his "Help." A  lone artillery shell whined overhead, but otherwise it was quiet  ashore ��� a lull after the initial  assault.  A dead body rolled about at  water's edge. It suddenly struck  us ��� this was no exercise. And  that we found out for sure in the  next week or two.  Not a happy time for the people of Normandy. But they came  out to cheer us on. And many of  ihem with that fatalistic shrug  we so often saw, could only say,  "C'est la guerre."  year. Their final meeting will be  held on June 13 at the home of  Frances Ostergaard, 917 Joe  Road. They will meet at 11 a.m.  and everyone is welcome.  Please bring a bag lunch, mug  and a chair. For further information please call Florence Fielding at 885-3521.  Pottery Open House  The Creek Clayworks is once  again holding their semi-annual  Open House and Pottery Sale on  Saturday, June 11 and Sunday,  June 12. The Clayworks will be  open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day  at 1738 Lockyer Road. It will be  a great opportunity to see first  hand the workings of a pottery  studio.  In addition, there will be a  good selection of works by  Elaine Futterman and Mike  Allegretti. Perhaps you will find  a cool Father's Day or graduation gift ��� if you are an early  bird, maybe your first Christmas  present. Coffee and goodies will  also be served.  Oops...  Last week I reported that the  trees used to decorate the hall  stage at Ihe 60th anniversary  were painted by Scott Avery.  Unfortunately I was mistaken  and I apologize to all concerned.  The trees were actually painted  by Vancouver artists Lone Tratt.  The trees have been used as  banners in connection with  Clayoquot Sound. It is interesting to note that this is not their  OW  1  m  {Qwimmwd  breakfast ��� lunch ��� dinner  desserts ��� snacks ��� coffess  Teredo Sq., Sechelt 8854962 /��, J*. &:. _ _. /, V  /     -Seattle Coastfor 14 ye��-     CaCfOTttrroUXS    v  ���WW������  We're out to meet you!  Meet with John Cawker on n  Wednesday, June 15,1994 ��  HMMMMNHH  ou! i  A FimIituI RiiHinuHH Diwltij,  mcnl Hunk rc|irc��entulivi:  will be paying your community a visit in the next  few day.. Call loday and   M     and training).  arrange un uppotnliiHinl  lo cliw:u���� financing anil  management tervicea,  (counselling,   planning  U lawpM ���ffr, m,  H      etrrieee diiw Un it*.  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Al this time of year many  activities and concerns wind  down for the year and it is hard  to keep on top of happenings in  the Creek.  You can lend a hand. Why  not give me a call when you  hear of something interesting,  trendy or controversial. Special  birthdays, anniversaries, family  reunions or special events in the  communily certainly should not  be dismissed.  Keep your eyes and ears  open and let me know what you  know.  Thanks.  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES  Your complete septic system seivice  Tank Pumpins  Field Flushing  Portable Toilet Rentals  Environmental Cleanup  Water Hauling  High Pressure Wash  Commercial ��� Residential ��� Industrial  Serving the entire Sunshine Coast  .-v\  r  Call any time  886-7064  Cell 885-8101  Make Dad's Day!  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At the Hearing all  persons who deem their interest in property to be affected by the  proposed bylaw will be afforded an opportunity to be heard on  matters contained in the bylaw.  ZONING AMENDMENT BYLAW NO. 555-64  The purpose of Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-64 is to rezone  Lot 4, D.L. 1326, Plan 20977, except portions in Plans 22060,  22288 and 22289 from the Single Family Residential (R-1) zone to  the Multi-Family Residential One (RM-1) zone as shown on the  following map.  CX. i 34*13  susjECT rtoniTY  R-1 TO RM-1  ______i!_____  w  The intent of the rezoning is to:  (a) Amend zoning of the subject property to permit  construction of 9 townhouse units, and  (b) To amend the definition section of zoning bylaw No. 555  to provide for single storey townhomes, and for  townhomes that are in groups of two to eight attached  unite.  The above is a synopsis ot the bylaw and Is not deemed to be an  interpretation thereof. Copies of the above bylaw are available for  inspection at the Town of Gibsons Municipal Office, 474 South  Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C. Monday through Friday, excepting  statutory holidays, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. from May SOth, 1994 to  June 14th, 1994.  Susan Stratis  MUNICIPAL PLANNER  Town of Gibsons  P.O. Box 340  Gibsons, B.C.  VON WO  community  dockside davls bay  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  St. John's United Church  provided a beautiful setting and  an enthusiastic audience for the  recital put on last Sunday (May  29) afternoon by Alice Horsman  and Friends.  The program opened with  religious selections composed  by Handel and Gounod, followed by nine pieces by Mozart  sung beautifully by the participating vocalists.  After the intermission, arias  from various operas were executed with style and verve.  When the songs from familiar  operettas were introduced, it  was then lhat the audience  began to tap their feet and nod  their heads.  Newcomer, baritone David  Woodhouse received sustained  applause, even whistles, after he  sang "Stout Hearted Men" from  sechelt scenario  Romberg's "The New Moon."  I'm sure everyone expected to  see Jeanette MacDonald glide  onstage.  Bay/Wilson Creek Community Association meeting until  September. Guest speaker will  be Linda Nichol, co-ordinator of  the new Let's Trade, Sunshine  Coast, a new concept in bartering. It was inaugurated on Vancouver Island in 1983 and to  date, there are now some 500  systems worldwide. Do come  out and hear about this new venture. The meeting is at 7:40 p.m.  Saturday, June 11 is the date  set for the Quality Yard Sale at  St. John's United Church in  Davis Bay. As previously mentioned, there will be a vast  assortment of quality goods  including tools, furniture, gardening goodies, household  items, yarns and fabrics. Crack  open the penny bank and be  there bright and early at 9 a.m.  to get the terrific bargains.  After stocking up all day at  the sale, relax that night, June  11 starting at 7:30 p.m., at the  Raven's Cry Theatre where the  Westwind School of Music wi!1  present their annual spring concert, a Celebration of Song. Featured will be a swing band,  vocal jazz octet, the boys' choir,  the Westwind Singers and  soloists. Tickets are $10 and are  available at Talewind Books,  Raven's Cry Theatre and West-  wind School of Music in Davis  Bay. For further information,  call Brian at 885-2460.  The Community Pot Luck  dinner will be held on Sunday,  June 12,6 p.m. at the hall. This  is a great time to visit with your  friends and neighbours and get  fed too. For those of you who  like to cook in quantity, here's  your chance. Seldom is there  anything left over, such are the  voracious appetites! See you  there!  The Sunshine Coast continues to offer more and more cultural events for us to choose  from. The Sunshine Choristers  who have been in existence for  over 20 years are presenting  their spring concert, commemorating "Through the Years" on  June 17 and 18 at the Seniors  Centre. Tickets are now available at the usual outlets and may  also be obtained from any member of the choir. Admission is $8  per person. To avoid disappointment, gel your ticket now.  For history buffs, I thought  you'd like to know that it's  Donald Duck's 60th birthday on  Thursday, June 9. He looks pretty good for his age, doesn't he?  by Margaret Watt, 885-3364  Not long after writing about  those people on the Sunshine  Coast who drive too close  behind me, scaring the bejabbers  out of me, it happens again.  Only this time there's a very satisfactory ending.  I've been to the ferry to pick  up my daughter and granddaughter and we're tooling up  that great hill on North Road.  A truck is so close behind me  you'd think it was part of my  vehicle. I go a little faster, still  he sticks with me.  There's nowhere to pull over  and I'm more than a little nervous now, 1 have my loved ones  in the car.  Finally, with an almighty  roar, the truck passes, and lo and  behold what's behind him? A  police car. I guess the truck  driver was too busy trying to get  past me to look in his rear-view  mirror.  Well. The police car turns on  its lights and siren and pulls the  truck over. Great feeling. Great,  great feeling.  Bridge Club  Calling all bridge fans. Ort  Monday, June 6, that's today ���j  the SC Bridge Club will be having a championship contest. It  starts at 1 p.m. at 5653 Wharf  Rd. This is a contest for individuals so no partners are required.  As usual, new players are more  than welcome. You'll be glad to  hear that Elizabeth Brisabois  and Rudy Notzl put Sechelt on  the map by placing third in Ihe  cross Canada contest. There  were 165 zones competing and  these two people from Sechell  managed to snag third place. I  say congratulations are in order.  If you would like more information about the Bridge Club, or if  I have not made something clear  ��� I don't know a thing about  bridge ��� please phone Rudy at  885-5552.  Bingo  The Sunshine Coast Home  Support Society is sponsoring its  third Bingo Night on Saturday,  June 11 at Sechelt Indian Band  Hall. The doors open at 4:30  p.m. and there's a $1,000 jackpot. There are a great many  bingo players on the Coast and I  know you will all come out and  support this fund raiser.  Invitation to a picnic  Single parents are invited to a  picnic in Hackett Park on Monday, June 6 starting at 5:30 p.m.  If the weather will not cooperate, then the picnic will be  moved indoors at SC Community Services, 5638 Inlet Ave.,  Sechelt.  The main course is provided  so all you have to bring is perhaps juice, veggies, buns or  dessert. For more information,  phone 885-5881.  Baby quilt raffle  That beautiful baby quill,  crafted by Roberta of Sew Easy  and raffled with the proceeds  going to CF research was won  by none other than...Margaret  Watt. Yes, I won it and I am  delight with it.  sechelt councilnotes  Keeping an eye on the  harbour  Faced with increasing vandalism at the Porpoise Bay harbour, Sechell Council is considering hiring a watchman. The  watchman, who would also collect moorage fees, would live in  a houseboat moored in the harbour.  Repair and maintenance costs  for the harbour totalled more  than $21,000 for the first quartet  of 1994.  Tong negotiations  The town is negotiating with  Mr. Tong, owner of the last  undeveloped lot on Trail Bay, to  obtain a public access lookout  facing the water. A citizens'  group has been trying unsuccessfully to create a park on the  site.  Tong plans to build a condominium project on the lot, and  has asked permission to build  six feet higher than zoning  allows.  The town has been discussing  the idea of allowing the height  variance in return for creating a  public lookout similar to the one  at the end of Wharf St.  Heavy Industry in Wilson Creek  A lol at the end of Field Road  in Wilson Creek at Ihe east end  of the airport Is slated lo become  a heavy industrial zone.  The town plans to create the  new 16 zone to accommodate  businesses which would be  excluded by all existing industrial zones, including fish processing, bulk fuel storage, asphalt  manufacturing, auto wrecking,  sawmilling, and recycling. The  new zone application will go to  a public hearing later this summer.  Arena upgrades  approved  The hockey arena will be  looking a little spiffier this year,  due to some creative budgeting  by Sechelt Council.  The arena improvements will  be paid for out of a $206,000  fund originally set aside for new  sidewalks, streetlights and  paving at the corner of Cowrie  and Shorncliffe.  That road work will now be  spread over two years instead of  one.  Truck covenip  Trucks carrying loads of  sand, gravel, or sawdust could  be facing a $75 fine unless  they're covered with a tarpaulin.  Council gave third reading to the  coverup law Tuesday night. The  actual amount of the fine will be  set by a judge after the new rule  becomes law.  ������ ".'..:���.      .      . ..I.  kmins  ..the  ��� Incg* Spli  j^Qmaendsvs  ~* Investment  ��� Low, moderate and high variability  ��� Debt & Equity...GICs, investment funds etc.  ��� Diversification...do you put all your eggs in one basket?  * Question/ Answer Period  ��� Draw for 2 "Wealthy Barber" books  We will allow time for personal questions on an individual basis  GIBSONS: SATURDAY, JUNE 11,1994,7:00 PM.  CEDARS INN (895 Sunshine Coast Hw/.)  SECHELTs  SUNDAY, JUNE 19,1994,7t00 PJl.  DRIFTWOOD INN (5454 Trail Ave.)    (J��  Seatins is limited. To register, call lM-30i|l  Presented by: Todd Wttal  France Spin*  We're Moving In!  The Management and Board of Directors of  Sunshine Coast Credit Union are pleased to announce  that the Gibsons Brandt and Administration Office  are moving to our new building at  985 Sunshine Coast Highway  (at Mahon Road).  Thelastdayof branch operations at the  Kern's Plaza location will be  Saturday, June 11th at 2 pjn  Our doors will open at the new location on  Tuesday, June 14th at 10 a.m.  The Mministration Office will be located on the second floor  and will be open Monday to Friday: 8:30 a.m. to SW p.m.  We look forward to seeing you therel  I  t Credit Union  Gibsons Branch  886-8121  rentier Harbour Branch  883-9531  SachaK Branch  885-3255  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  ���'--'-'   -'   '���   -'--��� .--���-~-'--^-i-.���. ._^^^^^*_i^^^^L-L~^���--te.    ���,  ___________ Coast News, June 6, 1994  community  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  People in the Redrooffs and Welcome  Beach areas are most concerned about the  cougar situation in the neighbourhood. The  animal has been sighted by several people. A  small dog has disappeared as well as several  cats. Following the scare of the child killed by  a cougar on the Island, parents of young children are most concerned and would like to see  cougars removed from the residential area.  It's not easy to track these animals down  and tranquilize them, but according to one  resident, this particular cougar was seen sunning itself by the side of the road. I guess  that's the kind of thing that happens when we  humans take over the habitat of the creatures  egmont news  which were here before us.  Country Fair  We have received several calls for information regarding the rental of space at this  year's Country Fair of Halfmoon Bay. The  person to call for reservations is Bunty Pimk-  erton at 885-5373. Better do it right away and  not be left out in the cold.  Important meeting  Just another reminder of the annual general  meeting of the Welcome Beach Community  Association next Wednesday, June 8 at 7 p.m.  New members will be welcome to join prior  to the meeting.  Happy memories  We were all sorry to hear of the passing of  that fine old gentleman, Walter James, a man  who, over the years and almost right up until  the lime of his death, gave so much joy with  his wonderful singing. Walter sang professionally for many years, and during his later  limes was a prominent member of the 69ers.  He was loved and respected by all. We will  miss him.  Reminder  All members of Ihe Halfmoon Bay Branch  of the St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary are  reminded that the June luncheon meeting will  be held at The Wharf Restaurant on June 13.  The meeting begins at 11 a.m., luncheon follows. Tickets are still available via Hildegard  (885-4590) or Edna (885-7129).  PLAY BALL!  Recruiting players  \&at\d over for a  men's baseball league  July, August & September  Express interest by message at 865-3261  seclielt seniors circuit  by Maureen Parrott, 883-  9189, with Iris Griffith  Goodbye, Katie. How we  miss you!  Many knew Katie Devlin as  the lady picking up cans along  the highway (raising hundreds  of dollars for Egmont Lions and  other charities). To neighbours,  she was a cheerful, wise, generous member of our community.  To a privileged few, she was  wife, sister, mother, grand- or  great-grandmother.  Katie turned 75 in April. She  hailed originally from the  Saskatchewan farmland. She  had raised four children, Elsie,  Gloria, Walter, and Margaret,  and seen them all established  with families of their own  before one day in the '60s when  she got into a slight car accident  near Pemberton, B.C.  John Devlin came by and as  we know, John is about the  world's most helpful man. He  stopped to lend a hand and  that's where he found his future  wife, limping up from the ditch.  Little did John know he would  be picking Katie off the side of  the road for years to come. They  were married in 1969.  Shortly after they moved to  Egmont in 1981, Katie survived  three brain operations. She beat  long odds by literally walking  back lo health. At first she needed someone on each side to hold  her up, but Katie kept walking.  Soon she started gathering litter  off Ihe roadside, including bottles and cans. She called that  "picking up nickels and dimes."  A friend, worried about her  safety, gave Katie a reflective  vest. Then she looked so business-like with a sun hat, collecting bag and stock, that tourists  mistook her for a highway  employee.  Katie Devlin passed away  peacefully among her family at  Vancouver General Hospital on  May 27. Friends and family  gathered in Gibsons, then in  Egmont, May 31 to pay last  respects.  On a lighter note, afler Doug  and Leonard Silvey and Ted  Lee had retrieved the capsized  Coast Guard zodiac from the  Skookumchuck last Friday,  some wit painted a "D" on the  end of the words "Coast Guard  Rescue."  Bathgate Store is now making pizza: ready to cook, or  ready to eat. Maybe the march  of civilization has some compensations.  by Larry Grafton  Once again I thank Joan  Mackereth for looking after the  column while I attended the convention and enjoyed a short holiday in the West Kootenays.  Walter James  It is with regret that our  branch mourns the loss of Walter  James who passed away recently. He and Eileen celebrated their  65th anniversary in December  1993. Music was one of Walter's  loves in life. Singing was his  specialty when he preformed at  Nikki Weber's concerts as  soloist and as a staunch member  of the 69ers singing group, up  until the time he joined Eileen in  Shorncliffe. The heartfelt sympathy of the branch is extended to  Eileen and family. We'll miss  you, Waller.  Over-80stea  Each year for some years  now, Jean Sherlock has been  hostess for the over-80s tea,  which is intended to honor those  of us oldsters who have reached  the four score mark, or have  passed it. This year is no exception. The tea is planned for June  14 at 1:30 p.m. in the centre. All  members are invited regardless  of age. Everything will again be  looked after by Jean so there is  Aquatread  :  'rem  Season   R a d i .  BUY 3 RECEIVE 4th FREE  it 5 Year Tread Life Wearout Protection  & Lifetime Road Hazard Protection Plan  #Free Rotations  &Free Lifetime Tire Inspections  ���&Free Alignment Inspection  (at time of purchase)  &Free Installation  Tires, Sales & Service ��� Passenger & Commercial   ^  iASTAL  886.2700 & Mechanical  Shocks Tunt U(:  Lube. Oil. cl  lire  Broke ft Suspension Ont,  r Locally Owned TIRE LAND Sloi  Mill lin,ton Drive Gibsor  CLIP & SAVE  El Bcragraes Schedule  886-2242  /ER    SLCHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  LMVtLangdalt  6:20 am       2:30  6:30 4:30 pm  10:30 6:30  12:25pmM  8:20M  Lttvt HotmsIkm Bay  7:30 am    3:30  EARLS COVE ��� SALTERY BAY  9:30 M  11:30  1:15 pm  5:30 pm  7:25 M  9:15  LMvtEariaCow  6:40 am      4:30 pm  6:20 0:30  10:30 >:30  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  n-  LMvtSaHtryBiy  5:45 am    3:30 pm  7:35  9:30 M  11:30  5:30 M  7:30  9:20  nothing to bring except yourselves. Mark your calendars for  June 14.  Executive meeting  Executive members are  reminded of the meeting in the  centre at 9:30 a.m., June 7. Some  decisions will probably be on the  agenda regarding summer schedules.  Bulletins  ��� 69ets practices discontinued  until Sept. 7.  ��� Lunches available at the  centre Monday to Friday.  ��� Host and/or Hostess at your  service Monday to Friday, 10  a.m. to 4 p.m.  ��� Sunday walks continues.  Phone Ernie 885-5911.  ��� Play reading still in  progress. Phone Ernie 885-5911.  THE TIMBER FRAME COMPANY  ��� home frames       f        ^\        >v       ��� stress-skin  of Douglas fir    /    ^W^HfVV      \      panel enclosures  . Custom design   1       nr*O-X Nnl      )   ��� call or write  services            V      [    ��������^     |     j      for iitformatinn  RR. 3,               "v, -  Powell River, B.C.  V8A SCI           (604) 487-4396  Maurice Shapiro  - *i'"dt\.      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Best Quality1 Best Seivice!  5605 Sunshine Coast Hwy., Sechelt �� 885-5756 IU  coast News, June 6, 1994  ANNOUNCING  Robwts  dViw Comfuuuj,  OUJadton  <VcLu.     Martin Campbell  Office Phone: 886-8267  786 Mansfield Rd., Roberts Creek  loyal Canadian Legion  Members & Guests Welcome  SECHELT  5528 Wharf Street* 885-2526  Frieiay & Saturday, June 10 & 11  fi      TRIPLE       $  J*    CROWN  Friday Night BBQ Steak Supper $8.00 6-8pm  OMN SUNDAYS 12-6/ lUNCHfS MON. ��� HI. 11-2  Next General Meeting  MontkyJune20/8pm  Crib  Tieuhys.tpm  Bingo  HW., 7pm  Meat Draw  (very Salurtiay 4 pm  GIBSONS  Hwy. 101 ��� 886-2411  .Saiurammyjune 11th  &   SATURDAY    j3  BUFFET  5:30-7 pm Reg. $8.50��Seniors $7.50  OniMMMYS 11-9/ UTMIN N0MRS TUES. - SM. 11 ��� *  General Meeting  Tues June 2l/8pm  Darts  M 7:30 pm  Crib  Sal.lpm  Meat Draw  [vtrySot. 4pm  lODnm  ><    CLIP   'N'   SAVE    >c^  Qardar andCarolQardarsson were  joined in marriage  May 21,1994 at <Dougal('Parr\\ Qibsons  among family and friends.  For their generous help and contribution for our special  day, we express our heartfelt thanks to the following:  To Doug and Annette of Sunshine Coasl Nursery for the  flowers, plants, baskets, archways (even the bird bath!) and  use of their truck for transport; to Fran Wells of Seclielt  for the lovely ceremony; to the Town of Gibsons for  permission to use the gazebo; to Khain of Andy's  Restaurant for the delicious buffet; to de Dutch  Pannekoek House for the great buffet breakfast; to the  Elphinstone Crad cleanup crew; to Barbara of Grandma's  Toy Box for the help (and humour!); Brenda's Cuts 8c  Curls (and Victoria!) for their extraordinary efforts; and  most especially to Gabby Dragcr, seamstress extraordinaire  for creating the dress(es) dreams are made of, and our  many Sunshine Coast friends.  community  by Frank Roosen, 883-2920  I goofed. I should have thought about it  just before May Day.  I was gonna let you know about the little  exposure that our 'Blackie' got on the Knowledge Network which was aptly called: 'Blackie's Coast'.  For those of you that I've confused,  'Blackie' is the pilot who always opens up the  Pender Harbour May Day parade with his  aeroplane. Also thanks go to Capt. Bill  Thompson for his nice performance.  Anyhow, I managed to see the short, little,  minute, lovely and artistically taken birds-eye  view of Pender Harbour (and yes, of course  Egmont), as only a pilot can see it. It is just  fantastic. 1 wonder if we can talk our Coast  Cable vision into running it sometime. It sure  would be darn good public relations.  St. Maiy's Hospital  The Pender Harbour Auxiliary to the  above had a garage sale on Saturday, May 28  but it nearly turned out to be disastrous. First  of all they only had a half "garage," enough  items to fill five garages, and then "Mother  Nature" took control.  It was like November in May. Colder than  blazes. I don't know why, but somehow I  bought an Hawaiian shirt in all that cold,  slormy weather, hoping to wear it some day  doing my farming. But they said lhat they  would hold another "Sale" shortly. So watch  the signs.  Coast Guard  Who's watching the "Mint"?  If you had a Zodiac Mark 5 with two 90 hp  motors on the rear and radio equipment on  board, would you lend it out to two novices?  Would you let them take it out into the  Skookumchuck? Just before sunset? When  Ihe tide is on the full rise?  Of course you would not. But low and  behold you own pari of lhat boat but were not  asked for permission to lake it out under the  said conditions or you would have refused.  I'm referring to the article of Coast News,  May 30, 1994, front page in case you're lost.  How stupendous. For iheir first day of train  ing? I want my money back, or part of thi  Zodiac, whatever comes first. I would sa;  leave Ihe rescuing to Ted Lee and Co.  Also in case you need translation for tht  Indian word "Skookum", it means of courst  "Big" and you all know what the "Chuck" is  Right?  Mid-Summer Festival  Wouldn't it be great to have a special  weekend out at Lions Community Park with  booths selling all sorts of crafts and goodies, a  baseball game, sack racing, egg runs, barbecues, musicians of all sorts, perhaps a band?  Somewhere between mid-July to mid-  August. How about July 30, the long weekend? Who is interested in setting up a booth?  I would like to get a lot of community  input in this, so please give me a call whether  it's pro or con. We need all the help and information we can get. Who knows, it might turn  out to be a very attractive annual mid-summer  festival.  Either call me at the above number or  Dianne at 883-2286 ��� and please do it now.  Cooperation needed to keep airlines in air  trom page 1  Al Campbell, who gave up  his last interest in Tyee Air just  last December, says 30 years  ago there was a booming aviation industry in the area. "All  the logging camps were up the  corridor (Jervis Inlet) and it was  easier to build your load up ���  and then on the way back you  hit the camps and load up  again."  He says Ihe downsizing of  the business went hand in hand  with the closures of logging  camps, as well as increased  competition from helicopters  and water taxis. Even the fish  farms do not number as many as  they once did.  Campbell says that after a  while the company jusl wasn't  making any money. "Fixed  operating costs increased but we  just couldn't get the revenue  anymore."  The aviation entrepreneur  blames the GST, the union and  deregulation.  "Deregulation made our  licence worthless and the GST  made our fare less economical.  "The company's good will,  integrity and performance  should be worth something," M>  laments.  Campbell insists, though, that  there is still hope for the companies that exist on the Coasl. "In  order lo survive there needs to  be a whole bunch of cooperation  amongst the carriers." He says  there is a lot of duplication of  costs.  But now the 64-year-old pilot  with 11,000 hours has no worries, retiring from a business he  says became increasingly more  demanding.  "It's nol easy lo look after  10, 11 and 12 aircraft and 40  people, and fighting a union ���  you can't do it. When you're  small you can ��� Ihe only time  we took a day off was when it  was foggy or blown.  "There are no more worries  aboul individuals not showing  up for work, no more 18-hour  work days and no more taking il  home wilh you."  Leekie insists economic viability resides in attracting a larger portion of the Japanese and  American tourists that drop in at  Vancouver and never get a  Pilot Jack 'Blackie' Apsouris loads up for a trip off the Coast from his Sechelt Inlet base.  Joel Johnstone pholo  glimpse of the Sunshine Coasl.  Blackie says there is not a lot  |   of money to be made in flying,  ij unless a pilot works-for the  commercial airlines. On Ihe  other hand, Blackie still finds  fulfillment in servicing, with his  three planes, people along the  West Coast whom he has come  to-embrace as part of his extended family.  For some one who brought  Al Campbell  up his own family under Ihe  belief lhat the airplane was ihe  family's mode of transportation,  as opposed to the automobile,  shuttling people up and down  the Coast is nothing new.  Blackie's extended family  has grown over the years lo  include people like Ihe lady who  carried a baby in her hands the  first time she took a flight with  him. "Jusl last year I went to  Christopher's high school graduation and now he's a big, strapping young boy.  He has even helped plant Ihe  seeds of a family, flying a  strawberry shortcake up Ihe  inlet to a foresl ranger sent by a  young suitor.  "I gel a lot of personal satisfaction from serving people and  flying ��� and I've made a lot of  friends."  Blackie was the chief pilot al  Tyee Air about 10 years ago  until he broke out on his own.  Campbell says, "All his life he  wanled his own airline so you  can't blame the guy. I just wish  he wouldn't have taken all my  business with him," he says jokingly.  "But we're still good  friends," Campbell says wilh a  laugh.  R1GULATIONS  IFFICT1VIIMMIDIATILY  ODD numbered houses will be permitted  sprinkling on the following days:  * Monday, Wednesday, Friday - 7:00 -10:00 a.m.  * Monday, Wednesday - 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.  NOT!: NO SPRINKLING FRIDAY IVENINOS  EVEN numbered houses will be permitted  sprinkling on the following days:  * Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday - 7:00 -10:00 am.  * Tuesday, Thursday - 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.  NOTE: NO SPRINKLING SATURDAY EVENINGS  NOTE: ONLY ONE (1) SPRINKLER PER PROPERTY  IS PERMITTED  NO SUNDAY SPRINKLING  ATTENTION: PLEASE TURN OFF ALL SPRINKLERS  IN THE EVENT OF A FIRE IN YOUR AREA  W.Falr  PUBLIC WORKS SUPERINTENDENT  m>m �� #��<m  7-.00 ��� 9:30 am Saturday June  30-70% OFF       ALL FABRICS  20% OFF  15% OFF    ALL YARNS  ALL  LACES & RIBBONS  ENTRY BY BACK POOR  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt      8  885-2725  m  _________________  _... /  *-���*���'-*^~-"-'���i-- -��� ��� -���*-*��� r.f���^^~-.^^^-���������������  .1.2. s.: - -  _______  M__% Coast News, June 6, 1994  11  win  feature  Coast veteran returns to Normandy  by Ian Cobb '  This time the bodies on the  beach will not be in pieces and  stilled by enemy fire.  This time the people that are  alive on the beach will not be  living second by second.  This time the beach will be a  friendly place ��� albeit one  touched by sad recollection.  Gibsons resident George  Cooper is one of the many thousands of Second World War veterans gathering at French Normandy coastal areas that were  code-named Juno, Utah, Omaha,  Gold and Sword beaches during  the June 6, 1944 Allied D-Day  invasion, also called Operation  Overlord.  Cooper was one of roughly  22,000 Canadian troops that  took part in the massive sea and  airborne invasion. He has  returned to the battle site to take  part in Ihe SOth anniversary celebrations.  "There's going to be thousands there," he remarked to the  Coast News, a week before  departing for Europe. He and  war-bride Evelyn will be staying  with a French family in Bret-  leville-rOrgucilleu.se, a town  where the well-trained yel battle  Student  exchange  program  in search  of host  families  If you are looking for a little  adventure this summer and a  wonderful opportunity to  explore another culture, perhaps the idea of becoming a  host family may interest you.  Global Parlneis Institute is a  non-profit Japanese exchange  program that is committed to  the growth of friendship and  understanding amongst peoples  of ihe world.  It provides parents a safe  and educational way to send  Iheir children abroad to experience a new culture.  Residents of the Sunshine  Coast are urgently needed lo  become host families for three  weeks in August.  Students will be attending  classes and participating in cultural activities during the day-  lime bul need warm and caring  environments to provide them  wilh meals and a bed.  This program is also an  opportunity lo share our culture  with a young individual who is  eager lo visit our beautiful  community and learn more  aboul our people.  If you are interested in  becoming a host family or  would like more information,  please call Monica at 886-9802.  green Canadian troops discovered what war was all about during the first hours of D-Day.  "We're not going on a charter, we're just gathering there,  two by two you might say and  then we'll get around to four  other places. I think it'll be  good. It won't be rushed," he  said.  Cooper will gather for the  ceremonies with the many other  Canadian veterans attending the  massive celebration.  "I'll be forming up," he said,  pausing to reflect on the task he  and all soldiers have committed  to muscle-memory.  "Oh, we can still march but  slower than we used to. It's  funny, the guys fall into step in  no time."  Cooper, now 78, was a  school teacher by profession  before enlisting wilh the Canadian Army in 1941. He was only  24 when he landed in the second  attack wave on D-Day morning.  A lieutenant in charge of a mortar platoon with about 40 men,  he recalled landing on the Normandy beach with lady luck.  While he admitted he "wasn't  thinking that much ahead" of  what he was about to get into  while crossing the English  Channel, soon after landing he  discovered the realities of war.  "It was a very, very sandy  beach and when we came sailing  in the tide was full and sailed  right over these beach-things  they (Nazis) put there, about this  high (running his hand across  his upper chest) with pieces of  small steel rail with explosives  on them, called mines.  "So, if you put a bit of weight  on them, they'd blow the track  off a vehicle. Some of our track  did hit those things but we sailed  right over and came in and just  looked around ��� you see, we'd  done so many exercises that  we'd kind of forgotten lhat it  was real, but, I saw a couple of  bodies and you knew it was  real."  It didn't take long for the  Canadians to settle into their  task, he said.  "Once the fellas captured a  few and shot a few we knew we  could hold our own."  The first real test happened  when the Rifles arrived in Bret-  teville. "That's when we really  found out what it was about," he  recalled, his voice lowering.  Following the D-Day land  ing, Cooper ended up on a two-  year-long road Ihrough Europe,  having lo leave Evelyn, a nursing sister, behind. The couple  were married a year before the  D-Day invasion.  That road carried him north  along the French coast into Belgium and Holland, two countries  liberated by Canadian troops.  In that time he discovered the  pain of having to write letters to  parents of slain soldiers in Canada.  "Il was the hardest thing, saying something that you knew the  fella. And I'd often get replies  but I didn't keep in correspondence. Looking back I wish I  had."  And now, 50 years later, the  heroes of those times have  returned to honour their fallen  friends and to be rightfully honoured in return.  The memories of battle and  the trappings haven't faded for  Cooper.  n When asked to describe the  i memories he has a succinct  i answer. "You always remember  it was a hectic time."  It's hectic at Ihe former Juno  Beach today (June 6,1994), but  it's a much more peaceful form.  Festival of Written Arts a fine Choyce  You don't have to go lo Ihe  Maritimes to meet one of  Atlantic Canada's most prolific  writers because Lesley Choyce  is coming to the 12th annual  Festival of the Written Arts.  The first writer from the  Maritime provinces to be invited to speak at the festival, this  award winning novelist,  humorist, essayist and poet is  also a publisher.  He founded Pottersfield  Press, Nova Scotia's only literary press. Choyce still runs it  out of his 200-year-old farmhouse overlooking Ihe Atlantic  Ocean at Lawrencetown Beach.  He is also a television personality, hosting Ihe long-running Halifax author interview  show, Choyce Words. He also  lectures at Dalhousie University. A funner-up for the Leacock  Award for his 1987 book  essays, An Avalanche of  Oceans, Choyce considers himself one of the happiest people  in Ihe wriling profession.  "My persistent, intentional  bent on happiness is learned,"  he writes in his 36th book, the  just-published Transcendental  Anarchy: Confessions of a  Metaphysical Tourist (Quarry  Press).  "But then, learning is nine-  tenths unlearning. All my life,  teachers, experts and other proprietors of wisdom have been  teaching me to be unhappy.  "I learned from them how to  be a wonderful cynic..."  Transcendental Anarchy is  an inspiring, funny and off-the-  wall collection of 27 autobiographical mini-essays on everything from impulse buying and  falling in love lo house renovations, and it's already a best  seller in eastern Canada.  Choyce is also Ihe author of  the literary whodonit TheEcsta-  cy Conspiracy and The Second  Season of Jonas MacPherson  (Thistledown Press) which Vancouver Sun reviewer Thomas  Woods described as a novel of  "stunning originality and lyrical  brilliance."  He has made a name among  the young adult crowd wilh his  series of novels about skateboarding (Skateboard Shakedown) and his first love ��� surfing.  He is, in fad, Canadian Surfing Champion, and surfs year  round in Ihe Atlantic, only retiring from (he waves after the  temperature hits minus 20 Celsius.  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If you would like your studio included in this  brochure, please call Pat Forst at 886-2543 before  June IS. The Sunshine Coast AMs Council will be  offering a variety of art classes ibr adults this summer - ongoing watercolours with Britton Francis,  silkscreen printmaking with Greta Guzek, painting  outdoors with Jan Bryant Poynter and raku with  Ron Patterson.  The arts council is also offering a wonderful  series of creative classes for children this summer.  Professional instructors will help the children learn  and have fun with cartooning, printmaking,  kitemaking, drama, drawing and painting, and  making paper mache puppets.  Call 883-5412 for further information.  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BURNER   PILLOW  Mail and   Plastic    COVERS  Shovel Sunglasses  Fifty area youth got a chance  Wednesday to tell the government what teens think aboul the  region's health resources. The  young people, aged 15-17,  attended a seminar to identify  "������- 1    priority issues for youth in Ihe  ' Upper Island Region, which  includes the Sunshine Coast. The  seminar is part of a series of  Community Health Action by  Youth seminars being held  throughout the province.  The seminar opened with a  presentation of results of the  Adolescent Health Survey, a  study conducted in BC schools in  1992. The survey showed that, in  this region, some 90 per cent of  students expect to graduate from  high school and that almost thai  number intend to go on to post  secondary education. It also  showed that 85 per cent of students rated their health as excellent or good.  Seminar participants represented area high schools and various youth programs and groups  The seminar identified "good  old-fashioned moral values",  drug and alcohol concerns, nutrition, recreation and peer counselling as priority issues.  Participants' suggestions for  improving youth health programs  will be forwarded to the head of  the region's union board of  health which sponsored the seminar.  RENT IT TODAY  THURS.  JUNE 9,H  10 A.M.  JUNE 10"  10 A.M.  .97 ��972'  Fresh  Bread  Mr rag.  IK-XL  Lain'  ttwT-SMrt  rriQ.M1  IrMMrMtl  Owng. 13.91  0uUSi93      OurilrT37/l.77  LaMM' Lycra  Llf|lii|l  Our rag. 9.91  Our rag. 18.91  LOO  M_e_____r _m_mmm  njarv JM  Owng. 1l.tl  MR-OWRSHE  Our rag. 1.47/1.77  rito' Nragular  Everyday Low  .97  T-120  VIDEOTAPE  Our reg. 1.93  447  I Each  Duracell  BATTERIES  Our reg. 3.77  097  ��Each  Childrens'  CARTOON TAPES  Our reg. 1.97  -167  | Each  Maxell  Alkaline  BATTERIES  H97  | Each  QUALITY FILM  110-24 expV135-24 exp.  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Applicable tint ire p  on price without coupon.  the BARGAIN! shop  Qibsons Park Plaza ��� Store Hours  Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Saturday ��� 10:00 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.  Thursday & Friday ��� 10:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m.  Sunday ���11:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.  WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES  886-3258  JUNE 11'"        "Loads Of Fun!'  ,10 A.M.  MlISMI: fl:! RS  B-6-1  O TTw Will Disney Company  WALT DISNEY  HOME VIDEO  SUNNYCREST MALL,  GIBSONS ��� 886-8312  Going Aw.ty  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  law ymnoiw �� how ��Mi m  PM/AnloMlCm  MMOnrtafindfonririln,  In'iiiifhmnilTinHMniiiiMiu  Itfim Bam Clmkof Uw-bimkt  CALLSHARON 885-2228  iCuttMHiM-IVtidi  ItihmHiMf  BONMOUCENSEDINSUneD  BmwtwCawlToCcMt  I  I'  *������* ������ ��� -��� Coast News, )une 6,1994  13  sports  Creek racer  making mark  by Ian Cobb  Between school time and work, a Roberts Creek man  is making his mark on the provincial moto-cross motorcycle racing circuit.  Joe Zorn, 18, won round five of the CMA Superseries  in Merrill, May 29, setting his season record at one win,  four second, and one third, fourth and fifth place finishes.  While the recent victory, his first of the 1994 season  (he's won races in past seasons), is impressive, it's made  a lot more so when one takes into account he's in Grade  11 at Elphinstone secondary school and he's paying out  of his own pocket to take part in the races.  Zorn, a fisher when he's not studying, working on the  farm or racing, coughs up about $10,000 a year to take  part in the moto-cross circuit. The circuit runs through  Merrill, Agassiz, Duncan, Mission, Nanaimo, 100 Mile  House and elsewhere. "It can get expensive," said the  unassuming, lanky teen.  This is the first time Zorn has focused his talents on an  entire racing season, running from April lo October. To  stay prepared for the 15-20 minute, back-jarring and  nerve rattling races, he puts his Honda CR-250 through  the paces on a track he built himself on his mother's  Crow Road farm.  "If people knew how hard he works.. .he's doing it all  on his own," said proud mother Diana Morgan.  The one thing Zorn doesn't do is repair his bike,  which needs "rebuilding every two weeks." Instead, he  takes it to Ken's Performance Motors in Langley. Another expense chalked up.  Zorn has been riding motorbikes since he was about  nine years old and has been riding competitively the past  three years. "I went to moto-cross school and I liked the  competition," he said of getting into the sport.  Often considered one of the more physically demanding sports, Zorn keeps in shape with weight training (and  building his own race track). "It gets pretty hot," he  noted.  While the B.C. race circuit is gruelling and a good  start, Zorn said he would like to hil the United States race  circuit once he finishes high school. "There's more competition in the States and more money ��� and more sponsorship." At press time, Zorn is taking part in round six  of the Superseries at Agassiz. "It's a fast and really tight  track," he said of the Agassiz course.  _-^   Unisex Hair Design  V       Gel & Acrylic Nails   ife  886-4805  W Brenda's Cuts n' Curls'  open Mon-Sat 9-5  851 Highway 101, Gibsons  B>   GDAD&! ��  f 'V*   Walk up in style with  * Satin Shoes  dyed for that exact match !  over 500 colours  to choose from  3 different styles  to suit your needs  only 2 - 3 days to  complete dyeing  Gift Certificates  available for that special Grad!  '���  Sole Feetures  Ir.iil li.n M.ill. s>  Gibsons minor hall  MOSQUITO STANDINGS:  Team  Wins  Ties  Loses  Points  SuperValu  Peninsula Ind.  13  11  0  0  1  2  26  22  High Point Exc.  9  0  5  18  Investors Grp.  Devlins  e  -  1  0  0  6  1  16  14    ���  Ouality Farms  IGA  5  5  1  1  8  6  11  11  Omega  Gibsons  4  4  1  1  7  10  9  9  Pebbles Realty  0  0  13  0  TADPOLE STANDINGS:  Team  Wins  Ties  Loses  Points  Renco  12  0  2  24  Gib. Fam. Sports  Tideline  10  9  2  0  2  S  22  18  Canfor  8  1  6  17  Dargatz  Bayside  Pelrocan  7  7  6  2  1  0  5  S  7  16  IS  12  Emie (Gwen's  2  1  11  5  GBS  2  1  10  5  Joe Zorn with the latest in a series of trophies he's garnered in his self-  supported moto-cross racing career. Joel Johnstone photo  Finding it hard to play  hardball in Sechelt  by Nancy Moote  Moira Zealand's 16-year-old  son loves baseball and he wants  to play the real thing, hardball.  But there are no hardball fields  in Sechelt. .,.,.,  Zealand is hoping to change  lhal by convincing the District  of Sechelt to build a hardball  field with a mound. Kinnikinnik  Park is a possible location for  the field.  "There are an awful lol of  boys here who are interested in  playing hardball instead of soft-  ball," she told Sechelt Council  Wednesday nighl.  "This is Ihe age you want lo  catch them at. Al 16 or 17 you  don't want them out on the  street."  Some Sechell boys play hardball in Gibsons. But Zealand  said lhal with the growing number of players that may not be  able to continue. "They hate to  turn away Sechelt boys, bul Ihey  have to look after their own  down in Gibsons."  Girls want to play i<jo, she  added.  Creating a hardball league in  Sechelt would give the Gibsons  players a chance to compete  without having to leave the  peninsula, she said. Zealand said  il would lake some of the pres-  e off the burgeoning softball  isters.  hue to the shortage of soft-  ball fields, learns have lo lake  turns al sitting out a game night.  And as the schools are adding  more portable classrooms to  handle a growing number of students, their playing fields are  getting too small for the sport.  The schools are telling players "please, don'l hit the ball so  far, you might break a window,"  she said. Bul that's no way to  learn a sport.  Mon Tlnw Ht-Ft  0320 13.4  1050 3.5  1620 13.8  2315 11.0  Fri   Tlnw Ht-Ft  0120 10.8  0540 12.7  1300 2.2  2035 14.8  Tim  Tlmi Ht-Ft  0350 13.2  1120 2.9  1855    14.2  SM   ThM Ht-Ft  0200 10.6  0625 12.5  1335 2.4  2105 14.9  w.d   Tlnw Ht-Ft  Sun   Tlnw Ht-Ft  0245 10.3  0710 12.3  1410 2.7  2135 15.0  Thun   Tlnw Ht-Ft  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Time  Fw SkookumdHik Nvnxn ���  1hr.40min. pka5mm I  ot it** and 7 mm. tor Mch ��. ot ta  3plftpihfg3Ip3iiU3:  call now!  4 certified mechanics  Parts Dept.- Maurice ��� Sales - Dorhn  TIDELINE  MARINE  Ports ��� Supplies ��� Sales ��� Service  ���>"����� ���  885.-4141     5637 Whart Rond Sechelt   LIU.  Every Thursday in  Coast News Weekender  Arts & Entertainment  Section  Local IV Listings  (for Gibsons, Sechelt & Pender Harbour)  TV Movie Listings  Weekend Calendar  Channel Eleven Listings  COUCll SpUd by Chester Field  Wcstcoast Cuisine  (Sunshine Coast Dining Guide)  FUN. FISH OR SKI  ^mmei  14 ft Unintte F/G hull only  no power $1000  21 ft Sangster - needs TIC no power.  "Mr. Fixlt Special". $2,500  20 ft Houston Glasscraft cutty hardtop V6 power.  F.W.C. kicker bracket tt bait tank. Mechanically  sound. 30 day warranty. $8,500  26 ft Reinell Command bridge 5.7 L Mercruiser  Alpha Drive. 2 station steering, VHF, compass,  fittextlng. $15,500  17 fl Silverllne 470 mere I/O 165 hp.  Exc. fish & ski-veiy clean.  $7500 c/w trailer  16 ft Larson 50 force c/w trailer. Fresh water use  only ��� veiy clean boat., complete boat cover,  boarding ladder. $7,500  21 Campion wheelhouse 200 Mete. New pwr  head lOOhrs new 15hp lohnson kicker, compass.  VHF, depth sounder, fish finder. $12,500  14 ft Sanger 50 Merc.  Trailer like new. $5,500 14  Coast News, June 6, 1994  Reo Contracting  Free Estimates ��� Robot (Bob) Osbom  H.R. 2, S-9, C-17 Gibsons, B.C VON 1V0   Ph:886-9531  SAVI OM eUlLDINO COSTS  with PROFESSIONAL CONTRACTING  Building quality residential homes since 1957  call Harry Swanson MX. (or FREE consultation  885-6281 or 1-733-0725 (collect)  MAT10N  ******  CONCRETE SERVICES  Stucco & Masonry ��� Tar - Gravel Roofs  883-2343  fTHdMAJ  \  1fflme4g��LTI-\WI<M  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL 6AS INSTALLATIONS  call now 88Wtii  . Showroom: <73 mint Rd. Gibsons       j  COTTRELLS MARINE SERVICE  Tin SmshlM  Coast's Evinrude  Dealer  ______!  THE AU NEW  SEl/imUDE  WRUDE  ^_m  shine Coast1             '  rMmmwmm..     1  %ywwimW'>,  rsSmSiW^xi^k\\\\\\\\  V>-nt.luti0M ond FuiMUn- Cli-ci.  885 7670    R--idt.ii.dl S. <  [Cell. 880-7655  mq Fin. lln.,.   A., Ond'  Rick DcLong^  COTTRELL'S  MARINI   SERVICE L  and :toor.  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'������ I ------ ���>��� --��� Coast News, June 6,1994  15  Take Advantage of our Nexv Classified Ad Special  Rttrt your- classified ad <�� times  artd pay for only 2 times!   00 tw  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  FRIDAY AT NOON  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Property  Sechdt townhouse. 2 bdim, 2 full 1.75 acres, flat, treed, perked and  baths, 2 yrs old, garage. Close to very secluded In Upper Qibsons,  all amenities. $115,900, 986-4657 $119,000. Roberts Creek Realty  w 986-3930 K5w 886-9267. #25c'  Social Cove, 2 bdrm condo. 6  appl., view. Asking $149,900.594-  9310 ss  Subdividable watertront half acre  and new home. 1932 sq. it., dock  approved, $279,900. Call Roberts  Creek Realty, 886-8267.  Value packed only $329,000.  Watertront property with private  moorage. New ramp and float. 3  bdrm house. Approx 8000 sq. It.  land. Zoned OCP C-5. Undbeliev-  able financing available. Call for  terms. Unbelievable. Angela  Zuponec, 968-3151 K5w  A retirement delight. Immac.  almost new, extremely blight sgl.  Ivl. 1 owner home, bordering  putting gieen. Features ceramic  tile entrance, gracious living ana.  Completely landscaped, lenced  back yaid w/patlo. cedar garden  shed, 2 bdrms, w/ln closets, skylights. Rec. centie on site,  w/games rm, hot tub, dry sauna,  showers and fitness equipment.  Price $183,900. Possession date  Aug. 31/94 (flexible). Serious concerns only, 886-2211. For viewing:  Northwoods 110, 820 Kiwanis  Way. 125c  View lot tot sale. Granthams Landing, serviced. 948-0713.     125c  Roberts Creek 1/2 acre lot, Kraus  Road otl Maitane.8S54280.K4w  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE  CRYSTAL ROAD  Quiet rural setting, treed with hydro  access. Two newly created  parcels, 1.75 ha. Asking $165,000  each. No agents please. Phone  885-3469. *24c  Why lent? 2 bdrm view condo in  desirable upper Gibsons. Assum-  able 5 year mortgage at 6.75%  wth bi-weekly payments $312. No  GST. Immed. occupancy. Asking  $99,900. Reply to Box 409, c/o  Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons.  ���23c  QARyWWTI  M5-M33  Sechelt ��� outstanding 1/2 acre view  lot. The Shores, Sechelt Inlet, Gale  Ave. North. Will build to suit.  Panoramic ocean/mnt. view, beach  access, 5 min. to goll course and  Sechelt. 885-9881. ��24w  Roberts Creek home wanted: 2 ��� 3  bdrm, renl or buy. 681-7427,683-  5544. KSc  Ittwtx "piHAtHCiat Service* fttc.  THE MORTGAGE SPECIALISTS  MORTGAGERS (BORROWERS) NEED HELP?  MORTGAGEES (LENDERS) WANT YOUR FUNDS PLACED TO  WORK THE BEST FOR YOU?  J.R (Jim) MUNRO  886-8831 PAGER  888-3753 FAX  GIVE ME A CALL FOB EVALUATION ANO QUOTES'  SUNNYCREST MAU, GIBSONS  TERROR RESPONSIBILITY^  PLEA&LCHECK YOUR AD ON THE FIRSTDAYIT APPEARS  AAwtiMn art ailtad to liiton carifufe as al adt plocsd by  tofaphofW   or*   compUtob   rtod   bock   verifying   requtstod  cfatiftcotwn, Hart date, numbsr of inMrtJont and a copy content.  Wt tokt ��xfr��mt an to amid typographical errors, Kowmt, in  lha mnt of on mot, wa a re mporaibU onty for ih* fint incorrect  imariion of an od. W* do not auume any wporuibifcty for any  raoian for an error in on od beyond **��� cott of Ir* ad ititff.  ROM* any ��nr IMMHXATHY by caKng 1964623  \^M5-0^>Mo^��oFf^9am.te3pTmy  SSssffg0  At any of our convenient  Friendly  ���i People Places ������  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 88.VWI  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  B&JSTORE 88S8SSS  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-39.30  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockside Pharmacy)  886-2622   7    Announcement  ��� 7,   Announcement  |13. Mt  New 1 bdrm cottage, 'move* to  your property. Plumbed, wired and  Insulated. Fridge, stove and extras.  Just move in. 886-2751 Mike J23c  COSTARICA  2 lots left In Phase I, Esperanza  Ranch. Each lot 2.5 acres, serviced, private community, tropical  park with hiklng/ridlng trails, swimming. Close to shopping, beaches,  restaurants, soiling. $26,500 each.  8655157. sa  Save Realtor Feea Save  Qibsons -1113 Sunnyslde, large  landscaped lot with raised bed gardens, fruil trees, close lo school  and bus, quiet well maintained  area, 3 bdrm. rancher, 1246 sq. II.  Heavy insulation, 2x6 const., 11/2  baths, large deck. (178,500. 886-  8367 wlv. mesj.atl .478-9753.  ��24w    .  Sechelt Inlet ��� For sale by owner,  $375,000 No GST. 3500 sq. tl. 2  storey new exec, home, 1/2 acre,  professionally landscaped, beach  access, panoramic ocean/mnt.  views, 4 bdrm. 3 lull bathe,  ensulte, lacuzzi, otlice/den, skylKes  and glass block, 3 gai F/P,  Mtchen/lamily rm. w/Mdlng doort  lo 2 decks, TV/games room, B/l  vac., sound and security systems.  665-9681. Ktw  OPEN HOUSE  5531 Brooks Rd., Hlmn. Bay, Sat.  * Sun., 2-4 pm. Beautllul 2 bdim.  1199,900.685-2649. sa  Foi sale by owner ��� panoramic  view lot m Bay-view Heights, lower Special thanks to WALTS TOW-  Qibsons. $92,900. 936-9401 lv.   IM0 wl,�� mtt*" "I,,ailw Tues'  OPEN HOUSE Set 2.4pm  In Lowly W. Sechelt  Great 3 bdrm. 3 bath lamily home.  Oak kitchen w/eating area, sep.  dining rm. living rm. W/F/P and  den on main Iloor. All bdims.  upstairs - Ige. master has ensuite  t walkin closet. Nicely landscaped  lenced backyard w/deck 1 hot tub.  All appliances Included and w/w  carpeting throughout. $210,000.  Sale by owner. 7394100 Vanc.se  Robeits Cieek Beach Ave., 3  bdrm. house on 1/2 acre lot.  $179,900 by app't only. Phone  943-7562 (Van.) 01 call Coldwell  Banket 266-1364 (Van.) Maikus  Zenker. tin  ROBERTS CREEK  4 bdim. home wth hardwood and  slate floor throughout on piivate  .67 acie. Two car garage, workshop and potential revenue/ln-law  sullt. Zoned R2. $259,000. please  cal 685-2253, no agents.       tt  Due to circumstances beyond  my control, the Mayday story  waa omitted from May 30,Coaat  Newt. My epologlts to ths Mey  Dey committee end the people  ol Pender Harbour.  R. Gregory I2}w  INVESTOR/  PARTNERS  UMTIEDGROUND  FLOOR OPPORTUNITY  EXCITING  NEW PRODUCTS  MIN. INVESTMENT  $10,000  TOTAL CONFIDKNITALITY  CALL 885-4237 or  eves. 883-2026  COMPLIMENTARY  FACIAL/MAKEOVER  ��� A complimentary makeover  that creates the effect you  want - natural, career or  dramatic.  ' A glamour look that  perfectly complements  your colouring and  wardrobe preference.  ��� Makeup application  techniques lhat will  enhance your features.  ��� Mary Kay also has a skin  program designed for your  skin type.  jJLMARV KAV  MCI IO l*U If ��im .OKI*  Yvonne Valancius  886-4643  ^CimKhMrjuBilwi  Christopher Campbell, Much 16,  1994. Frank Campball, Juno 16,  1992. Ttacher, humanitarian, hut-  band, trlend. You both touched al  hearts. Tl your journeys tnd. Lovingly remembered alwayt, Peggy,  Frank Jr., Jenny and famHet. 23c  K4w  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  It  /T^  Autot  33  Barter & Trade  IS  Bed and Breakfast  Births  30  ?  (greaI  VlDEA,  Business and Home  Services  38  Business Opportunities 38  Campers  ChildCare  38  37  Commercial for Rent  33  Entertainment  33  e____  For Rant  31  temmee  For Sale  31  ^^**  Found  11  Obituaries ���  3  Free  18  Personal  8  Furniture  30  Pets & Livestock  13  Oarage Sales  17  Recreation  a 1  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  33  34  Storage  Thank You  38  8  Home & Property  1  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  34  Lost  10  Wanted  18  Marine  38  Wanted to Rent  38  Mobile Homes  37  Weddings &  Motorcycles  Music  38  13  Engagements  Work Wanted  8  38  Madeira Park lot, Merrill Crete.,  cleared, .34 acre. 6654610.   is  Close in - Gibtont lot, Trickle-  brook Way, $79,500.1422-3569.  SS  Qibsons Oceanmount Estates, 5  bdim., 2 yr. old home, nalural gas,  3 baths, view, 2 sundecks, fully  landscaped. No Agentt. $299,000.  6864992. KSw  Halfmoon Bay. Unique 2 level log  home, new carpets, oak kitchen,  large rock f/p, w/RSF ttove, 2  decks, ocean view, on park-He 2/3  acre. Added bonus: 1 bdim w/loft  cabin, presently rented at  $400/fno. $215,000.68649M.S1  RARE QUALITY ACREAGE  Great ocean vltw, extensively  improved, wen treed and within  waking distance to Sargeants Bay  Marine Park. This acreage It In a  ' ������ ���    Lai ..... ' '   *  growng urge w suoorvwon wncn  is located in a very peaceful nral  sstting. Reduced to $142,000.  Water tested line. Call Dave 946-  7655 or Pager 1-9794042. I24w  By owner: Home on corner lot.  Shaw li O'Shea, Gibtont. 3  bdrms., close to amenities. By  appointment 496-5264.     I24w  Foi aale by owner: 3 bedioom  rancher on .36 acrt, 1096 Alder-  wood Road, Hallmoon Bay,  $169,900. Don, days at 665-2201,  evenings 6854944. Hh  View, 3 bdim. on large lot dost to  all amenities, 437 S. Fletcher,  $199,000,866-2465.        #27w  day nighl Their driver wat highly  competent, courteous, and unfailingly helpful in backing In a very  tight spotl Ktw  Thanks for your support!!  Gibsons Lions Club, Pender Harbour Lions and lionesses, Sechel  Lions, Roberts Creek Legion,  Ladies Fishing Derby  From the children of Bridget  Therapeutic Riding K3c.  4    4  THANKS  tor all the support from  Kite Flyers, potential  spectators, Ben &  Monica lor the great  meal at Cafe Pierrot *  Wilson Creek Campground.  From Lte and Leigh  Well do it again neut year,  and it mill be sunny, we  hope//  KEEP FIT  Join SED Fltnett Centie at  Sechelt 885-7391 9 am to 9 pm.  K5w  SECHELT FARMERS MARKET  First and third Saturdays, 10 -1  p, behind GHgan's Pub.  126c  PRIVATE TUITION  Fully qualified, experienced  teacher available. Adults, high  tchool, elementary students. 686-  128c  HELPI Earn extra money. Need  ride off 8:30 feny to Dundenve,  W. Van, 4 days per week, Tint.-  Fri. CdlJandto 886-9088.  KSc  Summtr Splash Fashion Show  and Craft Fair, June 26,11 -3pm,  Robert! Cieek hall. Dee, 885-  4862. Ktw  PHOTOCOPIES  Tht Witten' Forge copy midline  It now at Sunthint Coatt TV on  Cowrie St., Sechelt.        ��4w  Are you tired, no energy, and  would like to lose excess weight  and inchet? We can help. GUARANTEED RESULTS1100% natural. 6864067. 123c  Wanted Dead or Alive ��� avid out-  doonmin lor company while hiking, tithing, biking, skiing. Late  30s, early 40s. Call 8864178.  K4w  POTTERY SALE  Htndcpifttd Stontwvt by  El tint rutHnMn  and  WkiAltgnW  Creek Clayworks Studio Opan  Home, Sat. & Sun., June 11 812,  10am-5pm, 1736 Lockyer Rd.,  Roberts Creek. 685-2395. I23w  Doet someone In your family have  a drinking proUtm ? Cal Al-Anon  866-9903, 665-7484, 866-9069.  AWttttn 686-2586 or 885-7464.  nc  Sumhlne Cottt  Mmlc Mobile Organisation  Piano and Guitar lessons for anyone, in your home. Beginners to  grade 4-5. A special discount  ottered. Call Allan Katatumba, 666-  9195. K5w  VIOLIN-VIOLA' CELLO  Letsons. All ages and levels.  Redroolls, 865-1066        K5w  Yamaha PSR 150 Keyboard 61  keys. New in April. $250 lirm. 886-  9774 K5w  1967 Clavlnova CLP-50 Yamaha  electronic piano, lull keyboard  w/stool and light, $1600.866-3214.  KSw  Traditionally trained Luthier.  Repairs, modifications, custom  building ol acoustic stringed instruments. 886-4788. ��24w  Antique upright pitno. Clinton.  Ivory keys, metal founding board,  beautiful tound. $1000.665-9306.  tint  June 18, 9 am at the apple tree,  2055 SC Hwy. 5 man tent, typewriter, colour TV, stereo, Yamaha  keyboard, microwave, downrigger,  Wagner spray machine, Super  Nintendo 6 games, fabrics, clothing, some vintage size 6, women's  shoes, kids costumes etc. 886-  4786. K4w  18. Barters Trade  Will trade a king size bed for a  queen size w/headboard. 885-  3876 after 4 pm. 126c  19.Appliances  Washer and dryer,' i/D Kenmore,  almond, $375 sat; almond dectric  stove, S/C oven. $275.8654175  raw  Free: 30" electric range 6664557  ���23c.  WESTCOAST EXPLORERS  TRAVELCLUB  Presents a TRAVEL SHOW on  New Zealand, Australia, and Fijid  the Sechelt Seniors Hat on Junt  21, 7:30 pm. For further Into,  please cal 6864662.        125c  Sechelt Victoria Commonwealth  Garnet All Charter groups, tingles. Inquiries 885-9501.   I24w  Metx Appliance  ���anBfav  Repair to all makes of  major appliances. Sales  ol good used appliances  with warrantees.  Call Hatvey al 886-9959  Located next to  Patra Pizza on Hwy 101  Gibsons  A tale place lor women and cM* Noritake - Amidon pattern dinner*  drenlncritlt. Frteooi*dentid24  ware, 666-9346 evet.       raw  hour seivice. 6664944        th    ,___��� ���   __-  Uigtnt ��� Ctrpool, W. Sechelt to  pulp mi,'A1 crew 8854030 attar 5  pm. raw  Men't leather |acket, brown, like Family with reft, need long term  new, May 27, Stchelt area, lease to own, by Aug 1/94 685-  Reward. 8864774. KSw    2666, lv. mast. ��25w  Eight month dd  tinctlve black mark  ta  is sponsoring its 3rd  BINGO NIGHT  . Sat, June 11  Sechelt Indian  Band Hall  Doors open at 4:30  11000 Jackpot ��� Priiti galore!  caho die- wood, round table and chain  undtrnote, 6834356. 123c  KSC  Invtittt 2000 wtttt; pioptne  fridge, lg.; wheel btnowt; back-  Siamese Snowshoe cat with 4 ^ ^^ wktt too fee.; pink  white pews, lost m Boulevard In intubtlon; idtod rooting; naHt i  Sechelt on Friday, May 27. ��,����; mied cage *���: 4" ABS  Antwtit to named'SataH.1885- ��jfc| p^; dnhwather. 896-2689,  ����e. ��*   meet. K*  Hotpoint ttovt, washer, dryer and  portable dishwasher, $100 each,  harvest gold. 6864580 alter Spm.   K4c  NORSEMAN-BJORN  APPLIANCES  Sdes * Service d reconditioned  major tppianctt.  ' large selection* wananly*  Bjom 885-7887  K4w  Coppertone fridge and ttovt,  hood, exc. cond., $600 Arm lor al.  8834977. Ktw  Admiral F/F fridge I Adm. S/C  ttove, htivett gold, txc. cond.,  $525 pr. 6654100. K3w  24' Viking electric Move, good  cond., $100.8654536. II  Dining room table, oak vtneti,  62V42", plus led, excitant cor*  Ion, $79.669-7626. 129c  Reward: lor rdum d black 1 purple Iguana mtn't mountain bike,  hat wattr bottlt holder, black  lender mitiing. Taktn liom Schod  Rd. rttldtnct. 1864717 or Gibtont RCMP 866-2246. tin  Storage space fore lew houeehold  Hems and boxes. Prelerrabry In  Qlltont. 686-7075. tint  The SPCA shelter needs a tet of  Thanks to Doug Sbdeyi employee who rttcuod me from the side  d the road, Friday, May 27th. Tht  Camper. 123c  To Cheritne CM. Thanks lor your  couragt tnd good unit ol  humour, love Vd. 123c  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOGUE  MM Cowrie Si, Bon 1219  8ecM.eC., VON IM  temiiFAxmtiast  Van Toa Free Itt401t  Commercial Id across trom mtd-  led bdUing, $96.000.9854412.  M  Crtftsman built custom view. All  new 2 bdrm. 2 bath, 2 deckt. Cut-  torn cherry kitchtn, beautilul  tntique woodwork, wood window!  and unique detailing In and out.  Landscaped level .42 acit lot  w/lawns, stream, pond and privacy! Country seclusion 15 kmt to  Sechell. $199,900. No tgenti.  Details 186-2649 or663-2M7.lt  4 bdrm lamily home w/1 bedroom  tuitt, W. Stchelt. Good investment. $163,900 Obo. 6654764 ss  lot 71, Mtrrill Crescent, Ptndtr  Hfbour. Ready to build, septic In,  financing. 883-9597. it  RARE QUAUTY ACREAGE  Great Ocean View, extensively  Improved, will treed tnd within  walking distance to Sgtl. Bay  Marine Park. This acreage it In a  growing large Id subdivision with  two driveways to access upper and  lowtr sections ol property at  $156,000. Id 23 ol Leaning Tree  Suhd. wiH not last long' Cal Dave  946-7655 or pgr 1979-4042. ss  Gambier Island For tall by owner.  Beautilul 8 acres, 2 bdrm character  house and separata studio, 1 1/4  acrt ol gaidtn trtt 6 ntw  orchard, stream. 10 mln. walk from  liny. $275,000. CU 8664214. It  Nice mothtr would love a nice  daughter-in-law lor her kind ion  wih own home, budneei and ram-  bunctlom dog. Interested In outdoors. Rtply to Box 420, cfo Coast  Newi, Box 4M, Gibtont BC 123c  ANN FRASERI Have been unable  to contact you re: photo you  ordered. ITiwdtingd Coed Ntwt  ctl to confirm metttge.   KSW  Ctmeo Singlet Club. Crib, luncheons, potluck dinners, dancing,  hilts, camping. Call for into 866-  3921�� 866-6364. tin  Pretty, till, rubenesque gill, 24,  Hll6 tyn, seeks one naughty guy  19 to 451 Send mailing address  please Rtply to Box V. c/o Coast  News. Box M, Sechelt, BC VON  3A0. Ktw  The Sumhlne Coast Mmlc Society  wiH be holding audition* tor their  December 2-11 production of  ���ArnaN a The Night Visitors' on  June 12 between 1:3016:30 pm  at Ihe Wilson Creek Community  Hal. The thort, ont ad Ctvttnsi  Optra by MenotH hat openings tor  a full chorut, 4 men (1 tenor, 1  btritone 1,2 battel), 2 boys (of  soprano range) to pley Amahl who  are bright, personablt and comml-  ltd. KSw  LAUNDROMAT OPEN  6tm-10pm, 7 days a week, Wl-  ion Creek Campground. Public  KSc  OnewNklirrddSMHwylOl.  NowdSPCA KSw  CHAIKKJBPAJUS  We can reglue thorn  wobbfyoldcMrt  TIM CLEMENT  ClUMOTIUKtt   rata  wey.oe  amte���s  with countertop, I ft. long. 6M-  2273. Ktw  Classical records: quaRy hardcov-  er booki in dull jackets. Allan  Crane 885-0991.            KSw ,       Moving ult ��� antique Amtrlan  Powd wether. Cal 6664668, th ' piano; Mig room tumkae; dMng  room am muimi tmsm mm, new-  room furniture! tewing machine:  mlec, tl tic. cond., reaeonetli  prices. 8654662. KSw  Brown sola chair, $75; lg. table  WANTED: Books 4 magazine!  Ram, ewes Iambi tor sale $50 fer the eMeriy. Preferably lasg*  etch tnd up. 6664377. K5w prt��, nwam pUut booki. Con-  Foster home urgently needed for tad Elzaeeth Simpton wk. 886-  coupbdmontl* lor greeted dog  2622hm.6S6-7SM. tint  BUYMGCCtNS  Now available in Stchtltl Fot a  Ilea catalogue, to book a thoer, or  place an order please cal Kim.  886-0916 K5C  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  8654208,24 hour ine.        tin  known to mankind. Food provided.  686-7248 tvea. KSc  Bunnies: cub 6 cuddy, 4 win. dd,  $5 tech. 8664557. Kg  Very tame hind raised 7 wk. old  cockatiels, various prices. 760-  0016 eel. Roberts Crttk   Ktc  Highland X - oni cow, 3 bull  UMdfumactoi tank. 886-9567  calves, open to olfers. 885-9972.     KSw  KSc             Gray dwarf bunny wih cage to a  Free kittens ready to go. 685-  good home. 885-5934, lv. met-  2845. ��4w    sage. KSw  rid wdgntd down/ imt corwor  of your wdghtl Ctl tor more into  on oui guaiantetd nutritious  weight lots program. 685-3990  NEED RELIEF?  Adm tnd pans, arthrtUi, rheumatism, sleeping problems, hiatus  hernia, back pdn? CLASSIQUE  MASSAGE THERAPY can be the  anawtr to your problem. Come to  the Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt  between Monday June 6 and Saturday Junt 11 and talk to one ot  our trained consultants about how  we can help you feel better every  day ��fc  ECONO AUTOBODY  ELLEN BESSO  Relaxation for the  mind & the body  ��� Trager*  '��� Acupressure  ���ReiUI   '    ��� Therapeutic  Touch  Release tension &  emotional blocks  in a safe, nurturing  environment  ��  l|nr>e*i|��nw  886-4!  874  EXOtK  African Pygmy Hedgehogs. Pett i  ProM. $50041500.8854737.  KSw  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton Iruck available lor hauling,  rubbiah removal, moving, yaid  mdntenance, idotHng, odd jobs.  8654917.     ti tins  Qorgtoui pupi. Choose tally.  RottwAab. dad, RdTHutk. mom.  $75000.883-2071. K3c  Belgian Draft Horse, 17 HH. gelding, 16 yrs., includes harness,  $1350.685.7430. ss  Clearance Salt - African pygmy  goats, male and females. Grett  brush clearers and gentle, loving  pets. 683-2990. K3w  MAGUS KENNELS NHL  SlnctUM  Dog i Cat Boarding  "Science Diet-pet foods  Dog Obedience Classes  Five adorable kittens .Uttrbox  triined. 6 wks. 784 Port Mellon  Hwy, Gibtont KSc  Seven wttk old kittens, free to  good hornet 8854928     KSw  Beautiful, alttdionite, long hair  calico, sptyed, up to dde shoft.  needs loving home. 865-5147  KSc  Free kittens 885-2645      KSc  Alder sawdust lor the garden, alder  slate etc lor the woodslove. 666-  9783 alt. 7pm. Ktw  I wl bed al other bodyshop prices  on the Coatt lor bodywork and  Ktw  Ron and Diana Bracken, 40-year  residents ol Gibsons, nt moving  to Sydney BC. Farewell Potluck  Social Juno 18. All welcome.  RSVP.Joanette 886 3638 #24*  HAPPY B*THDAY,COOY!  Remember... donl lose thd ruth-  leu cowboy tpirit that all your  friends know and love.  xoxo.RoseLaVIe        #23cs  Reflexologist ��� Acupressure ���  Stress tnd tension release. Phone  Arieigh tor appt 686-9234  K4w  Piano tunoi selling pitno. Like  new. $1750 delivered, tuned. 883-  2329 KSw  Japanese Multi-family MOVING ;  SALE , SAT JUNE 25 6 am -12  pm 110 -623 Farnham oil 1101 d  Gibsons Medical Clinic.     KSw  June 11,9 ��� 5 pm. 6594 Redrootlt,  Sechdt, no early bkds please.  KSw  Quality yard tail ��� SI. John's United Church, Davit By. Junt 11,9 ���  12 pm, household, furn., tools,  yam, labkics and more.     K3w  CUP THIS AD  Sale d AVON products, June 101  11, 10.30-2 pm, 736 B Trickle-  court, Gibsons, 8M-3504.   K3w  Moving Sale: Everything muat  go.M54M7. Ktw  Sttwlto owl, NMRWi tuntf, tl  wiring Ind $800 8634676 KSw  5 piece new blonde bdrm suit,  K00 886 9567 KSw  NEEDREUEF?  Acntt mo ptmt, aiiwiu, imunt-  tism, sleeping problemi, hiatus  hernia, back pain? CLASSIQUE  MASSAGE THERAPY can bt the  intwsr to your probbm. Come to  tht Trail Bay Mall, Stchelt  between Monday June 6 end 3d-  urday June 11 and tab to one d  our trained consultants about how  we can help you fed better every  day KSc  21' Yardman red mower, $275 S  6W model 27,1' 357 mag., holster, re-loading gttr. $500 6M  2969 KSw  Stihl chain saw. used one mean,  $300; cement mixer ml electric  motor, $100; tmH tibb law, 160.  885-2704 KSw  6-track cassette adaptor, $25.66fr  30151116pm KSw  NsbrnMy wter  Shirley K Summer Wed - dtnbn,  casual, format dress I nursing  wear, approx. 26 Mmi, tiki ALL  only $250, size s/m. A premium  modtl Graco Swyngomattc, $60;  Graco Rock 8 Bounos, $40; wMt  change table, $60; whitt swing  cradle 6 extras, $60; Ever* em-  ciser. $20; Sentry Intent caned,  $55; Fisher Pr. Bathtub. $15; Fhh-  er Pr. floor gym, $15; Snuggly $20;  Bunting bag 4 headrest, $16; 3-1  Bumper Ptd crib till, $10, alt;  Rol Slop, $10; bread pump, $19;  diaper pal, $15. AH lens be mw.  some never mid. 8864M7K6W  .',_  A  �� 16  Coast News, June 6, 1994  10' x 10' garden or work shed has  work bench and shelves wired and  insulated with 2 windows and two  4' flourescent lights. Security light  outside. 4' x 10' Iront deck. Will  move anywhere on the Coast. Call  after 5 pm 886-7579 *25w  One pair Technics digital electronic piano 8-track sequenser internal  disk drive. Asking $4750; (1) KN  1000 professional Technics digital  electronic keyboard $1850. 485-  7128 K5w  r"i7��n���'  21. For Sale  Household terns d bargain prices. Adobe pholo shop LE 2.5 lor win-  Change table; queen size box dows, still In wrap. $500. 885-  spring and frame; blue sola and 9861.  it  more. 886-2949. K4c  USED   |  [AUIOPARTSI  '    Shop around - you'll    I  lind it pays lo buy     ���  I recycled aulo parts from '  I  IYPASSAUTO*  TIUOCRKYCURS  ������6-3180  Executive mahogany finish desk,  almost new 29 x 60, $150; computer hutch, 50 x 27, hes extra  shelves, mahogany linish, $100.  685-4046 ��25w  Pioneer CD, PD- 4550, Scott dual  cassette dick, DO 660; Sansui  tuner, TU-777; Pioneer Amplifier,  SA-6700; Scott record player,  PS60C. 685-4888   Firewood, mixed, $90/cord, delivered. 6854344 K3c  Think Boned  Unigmglll.Call686.9491. K5w  Double mattress sd. Clean, $60.  Black and Decker electric mower,  19" rearbag, as new, $100. 868-  4879 K5w  Queen size waterbed, In good  condition, $500 obo; 2 swag  lamps; healed hostess tray. 686-  2172. K3c  Shopsmlth hobby saw w/attach-  menls. 885-3191. KSw  Packard Bell XT computer, 30  meg. HD, monochrome monitor,  enhanced keyboard, mouse, great  for processing or school, $500.  885-0819. SS  Double kayak F/G exc. cond.,  spray skirts paddles, $2200; 1984  Honda Civic h/back, silver, good  cond., new snows on rims, $1750.  885-2995. K3w  10 sp. Apollo bike, like new, $125;  Kuahara children's bike, 6-8,  $75.8884420. KSw  Firewood, $100/cord. Split 1 delivered Michel 885-5658.      K3w  Cassio CT710 electronic keyboard, 2 yrs. dd, Ind. case, stand,  sad, $500.686-7663.       KSw  100 gal. fuel tank for pick up, nice  shape, $100. Phone eves, ask lor  Carl. 8839463. K3c  Ski rack carrier lor car top. 8M-  9346eves. KSc  Specialty cakes: weddings,  anniversaries, special occasions  Rentals available. MaiyLou, 685-  9250. K3c  5 rolls ol FAX paper 8 1/2'x328',  1" core, $5.95 per roll. 886-2622.  tins  FIREWOOD FOR SALE  Dry fir, $85 lor pick-up load; green  alder/fir, $65 for pick-up load.  Dave 885-9300. tfns  Heli-ox-18 band mask S hoses  with communications gear, $3000;  T-30 Ingersoll Rand compressor  comes/w 5x200 cu. It. Cascade 3  HP, 3 PH, starter fitter, dc. Hydro  just expired auto shutolt at 3100  psi, $3500.886-9464. tins  12 tt. chrome 'A' vent chimney,  $100; large capacity wood healer,  $500 all like new. 885-7611.   ss  HORSE MANURE  $20 pick/up or 2 loads for $30, you  load. Roberts Creek. 885-9969.  tin  81 Pontiac Lemans 4 dr., AM/FM  cassette, good running cond.,  $1200 obo. 6854418 evet. K4w  81 VW Jetta 4 dr., 5 sp.. sunroof,  $3500 obo. 666-7969. Sl  19K  82 Buick Regal V8 auto, 1 owner  $1500000.8684579        K5w  '82 Oidsmoblle, great 2nd car or  graduation gilt! Looks and runs  fine. Must sell, $1000 obo. 863-  9956. K5C  1982 Honda Civic Deluxe 4 door,  5 speed, green, one owner,  75 Dodge piopane 4X4, crew cab,  completely rebuilt, $6600. 885-  7518. ss  75 F150 truck with new flat deck,  asking $1600.886-7097.       II  '76 Ford Rangor 4x4, 1/2 ton  campei special, exc. cond. $3800.  8663992. SI  '77 Ford Van, customized exterior,  new paint, $3950.886-7890. ��5c  77 Ford 150 4x4. 80 box, new  tires, tuft box. Good cond. $2600  obo. 886-4650 ss  79 Landcruiser, diesel, 8000 Ib.  1972 Ford camper van 302 aulo.,  2-way fridge, stove, $1500 obo.  865.7906. K4w  24 It. Nomad Tandem trailer, luly  equipped w/shower, Hush toilet,  holding tank, F/S, oven and Ian,  lurnace, sleeps 6, $3850. 885-  39M. K4W  1973 VW Westfalia poptop  campei, auto., good cond., $2800.  885-0645. K4w  7 1/2 It. camper for small PU,  $2500; box liner, $100.6860007.  KSw  19.5' Cougar Bubbledeck. New  rebuilt 454 and Berkley jet wilh  Jetovator. with cuitom tandem  tiailer. $8700. Call afler 5 pm 686-  7579. K5w  Sangster 15'6" Good condition. 30  hp Suzuki, 5 yrs old, vary few  hours., $2500, or bod, motor and  trailer (Road Runner), $3200.  Phone 683-1136 after 6 or 883-  9978 anytime. K5w  Cal 25 fresh bottom, new uphold.,  etc., 5 tails, new main genoa,  Out ol town visitors? Why not  send them WUWNMMM  with a professional?  ��� luxurious 28fl. sport fisher  ��� Live bal/ light tackle. AH  equipment suppled> Over  10,000 hrs local guiding  experience i Proven results  Call Kevin Gunning  Owner/operator at  883-9849. tat SS3-SMS  20' 1991 Bayliner Trophy, 150 hp  ,000 kms, many extras, no warn winch, warn hubs, new  1978 Dodge XTC getaway van,  mere. 9.6 long shall, exceU. cond.,  o/b on trailer, $20,000 obo.  SATELLITE SALES  AND SERVICE  Programming tubtcripdom.  Green Onion Earth Station  ���85-5144.  tin  GOOD HAY  M.M/BateDdiverid  Garden Mulch Hey $3.50  WhobodHOc*  Cdl Between 12-1pm  6M4SS7  Antique wood burning cook stove,  $600,866-3506. SI  rust, new biakea, lires, 42 mpg.  $2600 obo. 883-9296 evtt. K3c  '82 Oldsmobile Ciera 126,000 ml.  burgundy In and oul. Great car,  but they tay I needs some work,  $700 obo. 8834141. K3w  '82 Ford Muslang, 117,000 k's, 6  cyl. auto. Very good condition.  $2500. Call 8664366. tl  '82 Mazda RX7, good cond., ntw  clutch, brakes, $3100.886-6032.  SS  exhaust, $6500 obo. 886-7600. ss    $4500 obo. 8654126.       K3w  18 In. mountain bike, Butted Cro  moly, X-1/XC Pro grease guard,  many extras, $625; 22 in.Marinoni  office. $250. Computer deek, $50.  racing bicycle, Columbus tubing,   6664110. KSc  COMPUTER  Sded Word Processor, Microsoft  MulUpbn Spreadshed, with letter  quality printer. Ideal lot home  (new 1000 ea.) $650.6854244.SS  Equipment  excellent components, computer,  $660.6854660. K5c  Leather sola, like new, cost  $1600, sel $780; 6 dining chairs,  $86.886-7321 after 7 pm.   KSc  Chirrywood coflee ttblt, $60;  Smith Corona electric typewriter  w/ctse, $45; hardwood crott  country ladies skis, poles t boob  (ledher, size 7), $25: new stainless iteel Rival electric meat  slicer, $45; McBrint luggage id  (2), $25; automatic Nordic Hus-  cavarna tewing machine C121,  $275000.686-2211. K5c  RnNfood tor Mtt  Ft* cord, $100. Ask lot De�� 685-  29M KSc  Seat 1800 w generator, $250  obo.M64344  Horn manure, $26; unicreened  top tol, p/u toad, $12 (wi toad);  tandem load, $75.685-5629.K3C  4 P165 70/R14 all season lires,  Nke new, $200.6664614.      ss  350 John Deere bucket 883-9655  days, 883-9974 evei. after 6 pm.  KSc  '84 Crown Victoria auto, o/d, d/l,  a/c, ���extras, $2950,685-9846 11  '84 Chevette 4 dr., auto, t/iool,  cass., clean, $960 obo. Call Ray  or Holm 865-3694, leave message or view 5374 Hwy. 101.125c   1M6   '85 Mercury Lynx, 5 spd, $1000  obO.88644Mor8654317.K5w  '85 Toyota Tercel 4 ip, 2di.,  hatch., gd. cond., $2600 obo 686-  4SM K5W  '85 Dodge Mini Ram Van. Excel,  body. Ntedt engine work (timing  chain?) $2200.6664113   KSw  79 Ford Bronco XLT, 4 wh. drive,  auto., looks snd runs excellent,  $4995 obo. 886-7099. SS  IIM  '80 F250 Super Csb p/u, blue,  auto, $2300 obo. 8M-2049.129c  1M1  '81 Datsun p/u, 4 spd., $600 obo.  885.9715. K4c  '91 Dodge flatdeck, good condition. $3,200 obo. 8864201. Ktc  '81 Dodge van, 7 pan., iter ltd  folds to bed, cruise, hit, air, dc.  $2600obo.686-7S20. tt  '81 Suzuki H/T 4x4, txc. cond.,  asking $2500.6854737.   K3w  1912  1979 Okanagan 26 ft. 6th Wheel.  Awning, ttereo, hitch incl., exc.  cond., asking $7500; 1977 one-ton  crew cab on duals, alto avail. 885-  5M1. KSw  1977 Class C motorhoma, ixc.  cond. To view phone $12,500.  866-3124. KSc  1963 Sklark 18 ft. tandem trailer -  excellent condition, toilet, hot  weter, lurnsce, 3 wsy fridge,  stove, stereo. $5300.885-5937.  K3c  1976 Triple E travel trailer, 25 fl.  lull-size, 3 pc. bathroom, full-size  Iridge, t burner Move, oven t Ian.,  exc. cond., $5500 obo. 685-7016.  It  '819'6" Vanguard camper, 4 burner c/w oven, 3/w fridge, breed dr  lurnace, H/W tank, bathroom  '62 Foid Super Cab, short box,  standard, 4 tpd. overdrive. Extras  topper, box organizers, ntw w/shower, vtry clean cond., mud  brakes, tuned up and ready to rol.  aet, aakky 87300.665-2351. it  SUNCO  Recycled Building Materials  French Doon/tnt.-E*. Ooon  Alum. 4 Vinyl Windows  Ughling/Kfehen &  Bolhroom Fixtures etc.  VM our iter* or cal  SSS-888*  5653 WhorflU, Sechell  ��ecy**Sev��  MOhiSAT9om-Spm  Antique Car  '65 Buick V6 engine, running condition, $300 obo. 8864842. K3w  701  70 Chev Belair, 360 ado., reliable. $550 obo. 8854117.     it  72 Black 4x4 QMC Jimmy, Good  condition $2000 obo 645-3637  KSw  ctwdftn t wttf  Earn free children's clothing by  hotting a home party. Lob ot fun  wih lob d beneflW For more into  Cdl Kim 1864916. KSc  Wood burning zero deerance lire-  place, CSA approv. w/chimney,  $360,8864279. a  Full satellite system, dish. 12 ft.  meth, $900 obo; 2 hind hsld  VHF, Nil new, $175 obo; 1 VHF-  FM marine radio tdeph. 59 Chen-  mb,$150obo.663-27M.   KSc  HovnQ Mty MM  19M Pontile Photnix, $660; 2f  color TV, $75; microwivt, $99;  tebb, 4 chain, $60; ssrebt bike,  $20 8864345 KSw  Contour chair, exc. cond., $400  obo. 665-2623. KSw  Burning barrels, $15 ta.; bur  fridge, $75, good cond. 885-5703.  KSw  Rubber dinghy t oan, $65; 40  gal. electric water heater, $40;  portabto dWiwithar, good working, gntn, $65; quality floral  detign equipment ind. tic lowert.  8664310.  KSw  \CCONO AUTO PAINT  An Inexpensive  Alternative,,  Enamel.  Finishes from $400  BODYWORK EXTRA  For details call  Jack at  Western Rim  883-9526  '86 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player, $5795.886-7150.  tl  'M Toyota CrtuMa A/C, cruise,  heated mirrors, leather uphol,  AM/FM cassette, veiy clean,  $9500.8664130. Ktw  '86 Chevrolet Sprint, 5 sp.,  w/tttrio, 60 m. to gal., super  cond., $2800. Bjom 885.7897  Ktw  1967  '87 Pontiac 6000 LE PS/PB., lit  cond. V6 auto am/lm cass, t dr.  Great family car. Excel, cond.  Asking $4900.886-4561    ��25w  '88 Toyda Tiicd, t dr., hatchback, 72,000 km. $4500. 886-  3224 Ktc  'M Cavalbr 224, V4, Pwr. sun-  rod w/air. Exc. cond. $6,800 obo.  666-7654 dt 5:30pm. W  '86 Nluin Sintn 5 sp., red,  AM/FM cass deck, new Iront tires,  $3000000.8864823,886.5105.  Ktc  '84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  8664204. II  '85 Toyota pickup, $1600.686-  7951. K3c  '65 Fold F150 XLT, ext. cab,  canopy, 351, s/new parts, gd.  cond., $8900.6854109.       it  19M  '86 Toyota van, runt will, will  need shocks $2500.6S6-7684.il  ���86 Chev 1/2 ton, propane, $3500  obo. 885-9125. KSw  8x45 trailer, sleeps 6, cbin and  good cond. 885-2100. it  1990 dlx. 24' motoihome A-1 condition. 686-9025. si  SO IL travel train, remodelled, gas  ttove, tumace, ihowtr, $8500.  8664202. It  1968 3/4 ton PU w/PS/PB, rill  clank: with 8 fl. camper, both exc.  cond., mud bs tern. 8864777.  KSw  19M Terry Tiurus 19.5 ft. travel  trdbr. Fridge, forced dr furnace, 4  burners, own, 4 pc. bath, sleeps  5, exceptionally dean, $8700 obo.  8884217 or 686-2458.      K4w  d Gibsons gov't whart. $7000.1-  8174.  253-1483 collect KSw  Near new 10 It Zodlak, used only  one season, approx 10 timet,  Includes launching wheels, fishing  rod holders and cover, $2600.  8854032 K5w  Float house, 14 ft x 48 ft., moored  In Tillicum Bay Marina. Nick, 685-  6340 KSw  Kayak/canot -2/3 person. Esty  rider. Very stable $750.886-3113.  K5w  18'6" Campion h/t, 115 hp motor,  recent overhaul, head, sounder,  RR trailer, very good cond.,  $6200.885-2157. KSw  30 fl. libreglass Rawson sailboat,  diesel power, new canvas,  $28,000. Cdl 883-1112.     K6c  12' aluminum bod, vary strong,  $400.6864344. KSc  ItflKtCFIbngtottRuntbout  66 hp Evinrude, low hours since  100% overhaul, Ezy-load trailer,  $2000.883-2260. KSc  9.9 hp SPIRIT  O/B MOTOR  Low, low houn, $900; old 4 hp  Johnson, $100.883-2260.   K5c  27 ft. Catdlns sailboat, dinette. 4  Mill, 2 yi. old o/b, assumable  moorage In Gibsons Marina, asking $16,900.885-2361.        tt  12 ft. Mirror Craft on extendable til  trdbr, $750.886-7M1.      KSc  886-  KSc  '86 Ford Rangtr 4x4, low kmi,  8' Uvingtton FG bod, $300. 20  excell. cond. $8500, obo. MS-  HP Mere, o/b, $300.8864679  6385  KSw   KSw  MtfSa* 72 MG Midget tirtok exc. cond., $65M. 6864837.  oonvatMl, bb d pab. Fun, eoo-  nomfcat 12000 obo. 8654626.  Ktw  111  For all your  renovation needs call  BKUCB KANDALL  CONTRACTING  * OOOMMWM  ��� FrecEMlnwcs  Call Brace ��BS-1��*��  Stork odl crib t  txc cond $100; wd tul, tormn  Johntmen't medium, MO. 665- 73 Super Beetle, 12500 obo.  9100. k�� "MB* ��  73 Uneoln town cat, t80, full  tbct*.beddbr.885-26M   it  73 Supa Boeto, gas htder, new  smb. Ddtoiy, $1600.88S4019.M  74 Ddsun, 1976 Ford camper  vin, 1977 Maverick, no motor.  Klc  �� CASTAWAY?  IND HAND  rUDNITUM  triNinv  ooessiNDs  Dreseeis'Beds  Tables ��� Chan ��� Couches  Desks* TVs& Stems  "Smalls k StuT  MOunuMtMOuniMm  ______* eet-uw  Large obgart sofa, seds 4 com-  foitably, saking$100.BM-2692  Vny cban2and t cu.ft.cad-  liter 6pm KSc    boad picking tans. 2 cu. $125,  United editions cofcdor pbM: 7  Englbh Royal Botanic Gardint  250th Andvaiay, $450; 3 Pab  scents. DArceau Limoges, $136;  2 Rockwel Society Redltcovered  WOmen, $120; 2 framed Mack t  white engravings of Montreal  I, $150 Tel: 8664620125c  4 cu, $1.50. Volume discount.  66646M. Ktw  Will fencing, clay pots; grits  roller; pressure washer; picnic  tide; bit; dun door, odd frame;  woodstove, dog divida; crib; dak:  light fixtures: tempt; doghouM;  74 FrttKd 400. 4 sp, vtry dun  ind fid. $2500. CU Jaton 685-  3261 dayi 866-9060 Ml. KSw  75 Flat Spider, convertible.  81600 6864221 KSw  76FordVan.cudominbtior.new  motor hi 11 Alpine system, ntw  tka. Wi trade for smal truck or  1/2ton. Daryl 6859404 week-  days. KSc  77 Thunderbkd, good condition,  863-2366 KSw  �� Pontiac 6000. New dm. Abo  radial mow tires. Immiculite  cond. $4600 firm. 886-2196.125c  No Job?  No Credit?  No Problem!  WE FINANCE  EZ PAYMENTS  SAFETY CHECKED  VEHICLES  CENTURION AUTO  56-1') WHARF  13'x8'x7 Unico van body with  power ungate, $3500 obo. 8M-  3199. KSw  M GMC S15, low mmge, $4500.  MS-27M. KSC  '89 Isuzu Space Cab p/u, 85,000  km, new exhsud t tune up, box  linn. Great condition, muit  ���ell/moving to Europe. $7600.  6864622. Ktc  19WAerotta,3.0l,V6,at*>,XL  trim, di, am/lm slereo cassette,  luggage rack, speed control, W, 6  pus. Exc. cond. $8700. 886-  796V KSC  M 2-71 deptlde 4x4, My Undid,  mud sel. 686-7464. it  49 Bronco II XL dhrer, V6 5 sp.,  can., cbai t oomtottabb, $9600.  686-2133 n  IIM   1M2 Atrottir delivery, only  1l,000mlM,3tti,4ipiidiuo,  ate airing $12,500.8K4495.  KSc  1950 Monk 42' cruiser, 90S  restored. RtbuR 6-71 diesel Mud  Ml, Reduced to $50,000 Otters:  6664790 '     KSw  Canaventure 17ft  Modified for lonf dimnce  cniisinf ind fuhim. In  excellent condition, wkh  nearly new 70hp Ysnuha  indtniler. Two berth  akin, pity, fit* went  tank, dearie cooler,  iiwulucd fiah nonet,  toilet etc  $7,200-OBO  885-2695  13 door canopy. 90' I,  Ww $260.686-6679     KSw  19 ft. Campion hard top, cuddy  cd*, ful cmva. Powered by 6M  Macruber Irnh wdir cooled 5  Mn V8/1M NP. Very low houn,  used moldy tor mooching. Petted  cond., ctetn inside t out, $9600  obo 885-5025 it  SECHELT MARINE |  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain Mil Murray I  MT.M.M.C. MNA.M.S    '  MAB.Y.G ���Murine  Svnsyonotid ConuM>  Sangster 15'6*, good condition, 30  hp Suzuki (6 yrt. old, very few  houn), $2600 or bod, motor and  trailer (Road Runnel), $3200.  Phone 663-1138 after 6 or 863-  9978 anytime. KSc  Style* Speed  1990 Raven 19 ll very low houtt,  4.3 L engine, Caubins trailer, mud  sel, asking $12,500.883-2618.  K4w  18 ft. alum, bodt near new trailer-. 50 hp Mire, rum good, stainless prop, tbc. start, rigged lor  fishing. $3500.14 tt. dum. bod,  dldom up with 18 hp Mac, stainless prop, $1600.8654417. Ktc  115 hp Mete Jd Leg, needs w.p,  hat ixtrai, $975.668-2640. K4c  1 rol l/g matting, $150: used 17'  f/g canoe, comis with paddles,  $300. 886-2708 mornings or lv.  Ktc  21 It. sailboat lull cabin, headroom, sleeps S, lully equipped  w/10 HP Honda. Ready to sail. In  great ahape, $5100 w/motor,  $4500 without motor. 6464220.  K4w  It It. fibreglass Sangsler with  older 40 hp Merc, runs well,  w/traiter. $1750.885-7489 after 6.  K3c  27' Newport sailboat, I/b, head,  dinette, good cond. 686-3799.  KSc  16' Canaventure Bow Rider, 85  Yamaha mdor, power lilt t trim,  easy loader trailer, dl Hems new.  Value $12,500, sen $10,000 lirm.  8654621. KSc  26 ft. x 14 ft. Sea Span barge, 454  Merc motor. For Wo call 663-9974  evenings after 6,883-9855 days.  KSC  22 fl. Fibreform Sedan, new mdor  lad yea, approx. 15 hrs., $11,500  obo; 20 ft. Sangster c/cruiser, new  6 cyl. motor, new canvas, a new  trailer, mint, all for $10,950:23 ft.  Classic Star nil boil, thit one  mud be nan. Cdl Gordle d Coho  Marina, 683-2248. K3c  197721 ft, Rdnel, needs hid tank  &TLC, asking $3500; 198318 HP  Mercury O/B, s.s. tank, $850,885-  5M1. KSw  26 ft. Campion Toba, mw 351  engine rebui leg., very wdl kept.  Sacrifice $22,500.885-3495 J23c  Forced to sel, luxurious libreglats  Force 50 yacht, teak decks, M ft.  ol crattmanship, world traveller.  Fridge, ttovt, microwave, water-  maker, washer/dryer, freezer, ice-  maker, bathtub, shower, 2 heads,  king and queen beds, gredgatby,  huge salon, Volvo diesel, radar,  Loran, sdelle navigation, wedher  fax, FM and ham radios, inboard  computers and much mart. Grid  condition, wW oonskbr ted tttete  trade. $190,000. Herb Craig 886-  2277. ss  18 It. welded alum-centre consoto,  T-Top, buiin gas tank, 1990 115  HP Suzuki, PT i T Highliner trailer, $12,500.865-5700.      Ktw  27' Concorde l.g. cabin cruittr.  318 Chrysbr lib, radar, VHF, CB,  lounder, compiss, sleeps 4.  Excellent condition. Rudy to  cruise. $17,800.666-7240.     tt  Wanted: Classic wosdtn runabout. 866-2738. tl  10x32' baige, libreglass ovtr  wood, boom and electric winch.  666-2100. a  16.5 ft. Double Eagle hardtop,  19M Merc. 170, depth soundei,  radio, bait tank, immac. cond.,  hardly used, with trailer, $15,500  obo. 8854277. ss  Outboard motoi Tohatiu 9.9,  never used, $1350 obo. 8664277.  123*  22 1/2 ft. Doubll Eagle CB  350/280 bailbag VHF sounder,  $23,000.8664446. ss  ii .. ���- ie  *        **  money a ���uenroent ******  fit bark mulch, medium aid large  sizes, aid other Mmi lor spring  886-7774 KSc  sink; Nee, doubb wide barn; can-  77 Camaro Z-28 Stn Shilt- racing  nmg jars; sssd. 686-1642. I24w   tusptntion Red exterior, black  ART'S NURSERY LTD.  Wholesale/Retail  Shop in a goll can in the  Fraser Valley s largest retail  nursery I shop serves a> your  garden needs Open daily  8940.192ndSl. Surrey  Fax: SM 5175  192nd St. Sun  Ptl 682-1201     "  bather interior 30,000 original  miles No rust, no dints, $7000.  Phomdbr6pm.8854638KSw  78 Vdvo 244DL 4 dr.. good running cond.. $750 886-7203 K4w  1171  '91 Mercury Cougir, aulo, ail,  power, while, exc. cond., 35,000  kms. $15,000 Obo 886-3623  11  '91 Sunbird SE, V6,5 sp, 2 dr.,  dr., Ml cast $8900 686-2666  M  19tt  1992 Buick Rtgal Limited, low  mibage. loaded 886-3669 123c  ���91 21.5 ��. Tary Rtiort 5th wh,  8answ.Alsmsnlbs.lnd.hlch.  114,600.8184813 K��W  17 ft. travel traiter, tridge, stove,  shower, holding ta*. dc, $2500  OOP. 8634460, eves.        K6��  Truck canopy, by Canopy Wat,  lb midebt tucks, Rangas 310,  815, etc. Sliding wlndowt,  icntm. mi new. $600 obo 866-  72S1 __\  26' Alrdreem trawl trdbr, good  condlbn.MW.MI-2622.ttb  Waned Cbta C motothemt, 17-  Nlmbui Horizon Kevlir ktytk. beta, good lint, good running  $1700 obo. Bic intermediate wind C��,$t50obo 68649M. Ktc  turter w/S tills, $300 obo; oak  79 Buick station wagon, p/w I  J*"��*JJ"* "���eond'  MlOMnagai <��llmlB..18or  42.000 km 886-7524 eva     ss  1I9J  Utility trdbr. endoted. $900 8M-  3559 Ktc  1 pr. French doort, ixc. cond.,  $175; dbl. stainless steel sink  w/taps. txc cond, MC: white tot-  Id, great cond. $30.866-7075  tfns   Nsw dove grey 3/4 height  tub/shower c/w Stings. $600 obo.  886-9768 aft. 6pm K4w  TOP SOL  Fill, sand, gravels Reasonable  rata 865-5070, Doug.     Ktw  White eyelet bumper psds. $15;  baby activity gym, $12; mobile.  $15.8854717 Ktc  Pocket doort in frames, othtr  doore,windows,etc 8862840.  Ktw  tebb, neab repair and rdlnbhing,  often. 86549M. Ktw  Microwivt, likt new, Moffatt  Gouimd, mid. size, $100. 666  8569 Ktw  Garden Mix ��� Sand  Bark Mulch   Gravels  Have Dump-will travel  up to 4 yd. loads  caH Dave 886-7348  Colour pencil portraits trom youi  favourite photo. Pels, family,  Mends. 9-X121. $35. Send cheque  or M/O Hong with photo to P 0  Box 291, fflMom. BCVON 1V0  Pis allow 14 wks lor delivery  Sahttaction guaanteed or money  refunded. Mm  79 Potcne 924.72,000 mi. premium condition, $5600 obo 886-  0614. tt  79 Ford Fairmont, good running  condition, ntw transmission,  exhaust 886-5102 SI  IIM  '60 Buick USabre,$1800 obo Pd  696-7194 Ktc  INI  41 AMC Eagle 4 w/d $1000 BM-  2987 KSw  '91 Granada. 2 dr., good shape,  asking $1200 ObO 885-4433I25C  CLEAROUT' Used lires. wheels,  Chevette, Hondl Accord pint.  885-7167 n  Ml  55 Chevy pick up. 263 t spd,  $5500; 327 Corvette motor, rebui.  $1500 885-5467 sl  13x6x7 Unico van body with  power tailgate. $3500 obo 866-  3199 KSw  70a  '71 Toyola FJtO land cruiser, 4  '81 AMC Concord, white, runs  W/D, new Chev engine, brakes,  good, M75 665-1942 ss    H/T, good rubber 683-2063124w  mwa, low klme1m(mW tor prd-  erencd).M64667.        KSc  import canpa, 716 b, dupe 4.  Ice box, 3 burner ttovi, new  Indium, mini blinds, good cond.,  $1200bm. 6864447.       K4w  Handyman special, needs TLC,  1972 26 ft Cheeta trdbr, $2000  6rm.686-2SMevei.        Ktw  19N 265 It KIT 5th wheel, 2 dr.  litdgtlieeza.tbumadovirtr  oven, ducted forced air hiding,  TV and radio ant. and CATV, A/M  F/Vdaso.3-pc.D��h,quiinbid,  16' awning, $16,760. Abo 1990  Ford XL Supercab, 35,000 ml.  mdytotow.$14.2S0.6��7417.  Ktw  jj ft. Helldey Rambler (Pred-  dentlii) Row bdrm., 3 pc. bath,  a/c. forced ail heating, 3-way  61 Mazda RX7.91,000 kms. sun- Une-a-bed tor Chev S 10 or GM trtdge/lreezer. rango/ovin, new  rool, msgi. ttereo. $2300. M5- S-15 long box, $95 885 2388 uphohtery (bldld), l'3*"^  0168 Ktw   evet. Ktw  Ktw  whmn you  pay for 2 Inemrtlone  Al dassirmh must be  prtpoid bathe* insertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  in flMwr Hw Monday or WNkmdir  EdMon. Up lo 10 wards; 25 ctnK  for oodi oddHiond word.  Free: Lost, Found ft Frae  P  tie  rm Soil Clmoolllmdo  ' up to 10 words  each additional word  Your ad, salting one /tern, will run 4 consaculis��� wtaks  than will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew It  by classified dsodllne ��� rshlQ^ltatUfceix���iitemteJe��i\���1am  Coast News  CLAffIFIID DEADLINES:  M*nrf��y IslltUii WMktadw  NOON, FRIDAY NOON TUMDAY  Gibsons 886-2622 Sochah 885-3930  _______ Coast News, June 6,1994  17  28. Motorcycles        |29. Wanted lo Ront   ��� 3 I, For Rent  22 Bell Buoy rebuilt 302 and Merc  leg, convertible hardtop and canvas, VHF, lishflnder, trailer,  $12,000. Will consider part trade.  8654019. ss  24 work / pleasure boat, f/g on  wood, ixc. cond., ziro hours on  rebuilt 318, new ex-manifolds, new  s.s. shaft, wiring, paint. Full price  includes dinghy, oars, 9 hp motor.  $7900.883-2990. II  28' Unilly fibreglass, brand new  mdor and other extras, full ol electronics. Reasonable price. George  8868139. SS  Heavy duty 50' Hod ramps built to  suit. 883-2610 or 683-9290.    II  18 It. Fibreglass, Volvo I/O, bod.  Tandem axle tralbr, $3800. 883-  2297. tt  25 It. Reinell, depth sounder, good  mech. condition. $9000 obo. 886-  4870. ss  Heavy duty 50' (loaf ramps bull lo  suJ. 883-2610 or 683-9290.    SS  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1992-1993  Evlnrudes. Excellent condilion.  Lowes Resort, 863-2156.      ttn  27. Mobile Home:  12x68 Canadian mobile home, 2  bdrm, 4 appl., Pscilic Energy  woodslove, new carpets and vinyl  flooring bit thai 2 yrt. ago. Mud  tw moved. Asking $19,500. 886-  3763. KSc  12x56 mobile in Sunshine Coasl  Trailer Park, 192, Gibsons,  $21,000,886-3697. K4c  I4'x68' 76 Alco ��� 2 large bedrooms, wither, dryer, itovt.  $25,000 ObO. Cill 885-8832 aft.  5pm. Ktw  Yahmaha 400XS and K 400 $650  obo 886-7400 KSw  1M1 Honda CM 4001, shield, s.  bags, new Ores, comb, hydro and  dr shocks, very clean. $1200.885.  3594 ��5w  1M6 Suzuki GS XR 750. Recent  tune up. Good condition., $3200,  o.b.o. 885-0583 ��5w  Suzuki OR600 tingle, 6 km,  $2950, exc; Yamaha 550 Maxim 4  cyl. 7 km, $900.866-3184. KSc  Damaged Suzuki W Al GS/100E  engine, $325.886-2840.     Ktc  '63 Suzuki Katana 660, shad drive,  dud front disks, new bd��� new rear  rubber, $950 obo. 6M-2297. tint  '85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, Ilka mw, 20,000 km.  $3,500.686-4616 afl. 7 pm.    ss  1980 CB 750 Custom  1981 CB 750  1981 GL 500 Slfverwing  1984QS750E  1964 KX 60  1978 KZ 650 SR  1990 GSXR1100  Yamaha Powerhouse Mdorcycbs,  1945 Field Rd., 885-3137.     tfn  Power House Mdorcycle  1945 Field Rd. 865-3137  NOW IN STOCNII  1994 Virago 250  1994 Virago 750  1995 Virago 1100  1995 V-Max 1200  1994 Genesis 600  1994 Genesis 750  1994 YZ125  1994 RT1M  1994 TW 200  1994 Tlmberwolf 250  1995 Banshee 350  1994 Kodlak 400 4x4 tin  Responaible family, n/s, requtee 2  ot 3 bdrm house, Sechel area, for  July t.Danyl 665-9404 weekdays.  KSc  New mother with pete seeks 1-2  bdrm home. Rite, avail. ASAP.  8860733. K4C  Prolessional non-smoking couple  in their early sixties, wish to rent 3  bedroom, 2 bithroom house oi  condo wih unobstructed view of  octm t mountelni In Sechelt oi  Gibsons area. We hope during thd  period to lind such a houn to purchase. Suggest renlal start Die.  1/94 or Jan 1/95 for about 3  monlhs. Call Shishakly (514) 457-  2759 or tax (614) 457-1640. K4c  Fum. house In privale idling, mw  ocean and/or lake by responsible  n/s lamily and small dog, lor Aug.  14-27 holiday. Can piy $1000 +  dam. deposit. Exc. refs. Mark 939-  7959 (collect call OK).       K3c  Storage ipaci 1,000 iq. ft.,  Sechel area. Mark 8859494.   fOm  FamHy of 6 seeks 3 bdrm. cabin for  July 23-31. Will consider house  swap. 222-1351. K3w  TOWNHOUSES/CONDO  Two bedroom townhouse, Includes  sll appliances, $775 per  month.plus utils.  APARTMENTS  Two bedroom apartment, rant  Indudes heat and hot water, $600  per month.  Two bedroom waterfront apartment, large deck, great vbw, $650  including hydro, no pds.  Two bedroom, side by side duplex.  $475 per month plus utilities.  One bedroom, view, lown Gibsons, $550 plus utilities.  COMMERCIAL  CENTRAL GIBSONS  Retail/office space foi rent, 1275  square leel, central air conditioning, good paiking, - $10 triple nd.  GRANT REALTY LTD.  Large barn or garage, Sechel to  P. Harbour, 6 month! -1 yr. 883-  2071 Maggl. K3c  Responsible working eeupli  looking lor a 2 - 3 bdim houn lor  long lam rental. Refs. aval. Pender Harbour area only. 863-2212.  N  Aval. July 1,2 bdrm sule w/ view,  6 appl, extra storage t paiking,  n/p. 696-1669. KSw  Horseshoe Bay cozy bachelor  suite, gred lot commuter, $395  Incl. Md, light t parking. Avail.  July 1. Phone altar 6 pm. 921-  7480. K4c  SHARED ACCOMMODATION  Qubt, clean t/m, n/s, ocean vbw,  brgi 3 bdrm home, Sandy Hook,  $350 tIM. 865-0856.   KSc  3 bdrm acreage Wed Sechdt,  $900  2 bdrm acreage Wilson Creek,  $900 bass  Smdl2bdrmDavisBay.no  appkances,$400  3 bdrm waterfront Wed Sechel  i $1200 August.  3 bdrm upper suite wderlront Gate  Road, teen, $800  Smal 2 bdtm waterfront Sdma  Park, bate, $700  SuitexRtiity Property  Msnsgantnt ��� Divt Austin  1854296  K3C  Roommate wanted, clean n/s, to  thin 2 bdim viiw home In  Madeira Park/Gunboat NirroWt,  $280 ��� hydro. 883-2992 leave  mestige. KSc  N/S ihared accommodation, beau-  Wul 3 bdrm. fuly fumbhed rancher  with youi own private bathroom,  fireplace, dishwasher, piano. Gred  yard, workshop, garden. Cooked  mull / lunches, laundry nego-  tlabte. $150 plut 1/2 utils. 886-  8646. K4C  l|  BCYCNA  ���ah ism  COLUM1IA  AND YUKON  COMMUWTY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  NOwenJc QUtiAm^UeM  These ads appear in more than 100 community newspapers In B C. end Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  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Free brochure  Nlho Lend * Cattle Com-  Phone (604)521-  Q:  TRAVEL  NANCY GREENE Lodge.  Whltber Spring Specie!  Spring sluing - comfy ec-  commodallone Rates  from $69 midweek and  $79 weekends Special  valid Apnl 17 to May 23,  1994 Limited space Call  1-800467-3363  WHISTLER-BOOK Now-  Spring skiing 200' from  Quicksilver Quadchair  Underground parking,  jacuzzi. pool Seettle  Seahawfct stay with Sea  To Sky Condo/Hotel  Rentals 1400467-5529.  Fax:(604)936-9611  WANTED  Tap into BC's Biggest Market with  One Phone Call to  This Newspaper  WANTED: Sorry-following  ad primed previously with  incorrect phone number)  Old cowboy chaps, paying $100 plain. $250  fancy. $500 ��� woolles  Angora seddlebags  $150 ��� Fancy spurs  $300 ���,cuffs$100 horsehair bridles $1,000 Call  free 1-900-262-  ,CHAP(2427).   WANTED OLD cowboy  spurs, paying $100 plain  $300* fancy. $500 ��� ll-  i ver inlaid. Also wanted  I Indianantiquet. especially  I beedwork, quillwork or  ; gloves, elc Call Iree 1-  800-262-2127  For Rent  Gibsons Langdale  2 bdrm condo, ocean view wilh  balcony, $650/mo, 886-2247 or 1-  255-0651 #25*  1 bdrm apis, lower Gibsons. Large  patio, privale garden, bright *  tunny. New kitchen and bath.,  laundry, carpels, mini blinds. Quid  and secure, $620/mo. 886-3420  K5w  1 bdrm vbw apt, opposite Gibsons  Mailna. New building. Laundry.  Walk to all amenities. Very quiet.  $590,886-3420 K5w  Bright new 1 bdrm sule. Self-contained. Full kitchen, full bath.  Shared laundry, Lovely quid area.  Close to marina, bus route, suit  professional single or couple.Good  refs a musl. Avail. July 1, $500/mo  ��� utilities. 886-4620 #25w  1 bdrm view suite in lower Gibsons. Avail July 1. $550/mo, Incl  utll * laundiy. Refs required. 884-  2281 days, 866-7556 eves,     si  Nice clean home, central Gibsons,  2 bdrm, 2 lull biths, 5 appl, l/p,  garage, M2S/mo, plus util. Avail  July 1,886-7392 eves.      #25w  Hopkins Landing waterfront house.  Easy walk lo ferry. 3 bdrms (or 2*  den), 2 baths. Furnished II  required. Avail. Sept ��� June.  $950/mo. N/S, N/P, refs. 1-274-  6056 K5w  2 bdrm suite phis 1 bachelor suite,  viiw, quilt, walk to terry. Own  sntnnce ind decki. $525/mo,  $375/m + util. n/s. n/p. 886-7490  #2Sw  Gibsons, dose to di amenities. 1  bdrm apt, ground floor. Separate  entrance, patb, t appl. $550/mo.  296-52)5. KSw  3 bdrm house, targe lenced landscaped yard. HsstUator f/p and  etadric. $825/mo. No dogs, house  cati o.k. Avail Aug 1. Reft  required. 886-7071, eves   ��25w  2 bdrm view suite $525/mo���  indudes tied and hydra. N/S, n/p.  AvdIJuty 1.886-2565       K5w  Watertront 3 bdim home. Reaton-  abta rent. Aval, knitted. For Information please cdl 925-2107.��tc  2 bdrm home, private garden, qubt  neighborhood. Clou to al ante*  tin. Furnished or unfurnished  $700/mo.negotbbb. 6864689  ��25w   Bright 1 bdnn. wit, minutes tan  stores and (my, N/P, tuk working  person or paratonar. Ani. June 1,  $375Ano. plul utll. 8B5-7580*.  ��prn,Anfr. ��5c  Longdate dudto uie, ��n���e���'tf  vl��w, |/p. w/d. wtlk ie terry, utlL  bdu.86t6*x>. 6664991.   K6C  ��*--"   Q4     - ��� -.      A    1, ___    A-    -���  rrao no. arts, i Dorm Mesnwi  suit, ttml-furniihtd, private  entrance, $40Q/mo., ind. utMUes,  t��^K________m  2 bdrm house, stove, deluxe  fridge, new w/d, aval. July 1, pd  wdcome. $650/hio. 980-2739.  125c  2300 sq. It. penthouse w/view,  lower Gibiom near Marina, 4  bdim, s bath, 1 yr. lease, rats.  HOOOfrw. Unkt 665-7436.125c  2 bdrm houn, lower Glbtom,  attractive yard, vbw, lease possible, $650/mo. Avail, now, refs.  please. Adult oriented. 1-822-  7836. 126c  2 bdrm moUe, Prett Rd, $600Ano.  6854480. 125c  1 bdrm view suite, acroti Irom  Yacht Club, nit, $450,686-9737.   Ktc  Avail. July 1 private entrance  home, S bdimi., lenced garden  yard and lundtck. Qubt but not  isolated - a nice houtt lor nice  people. Sorry home allergic to  ok. Long term t red. please.  $780|fe. pkb utll. 8864107 or  9294969. 125c  Avail. June, central Gibiom 2  bdim. main floor ol houie,  $675/mo. tlte. 876-9370.   Ktw  1 RV till lor rid. $150/mo. pita  ulils. Tued aea, near North Rd.,  aval. now. 922-5918.       Ktw  New 2 bdim. 2 lull balh, luxury  condo, F/P, 5 appl., N/S, N/P,  Avail. July 1, $850/mo. pka uHs.  866-7681. Ktw  Three bedioom home, Pritt Rd,  $850/mo. CU 686-7488.    K4w  2 bdim. upptr level ol houtt.  Hardwood Hoots, F/P, newly paint-  ed. deck w/outstmding vbw, W/D,  $��75/mo. plus 1/2 tub. avail June  15 or July 1.255-9924       #24w  Neat new, 3 bdrm, 21/2 baths.  Watetvtew eat-in kitchen, laundiy,  5 appl., garage (duplex). Avail.  July 1.$875/hio. 298-5215. Ktc  2 bdrm home, sundeck, Ige. yard.  Avail. June 15. $750/mo. 686.  2362. Ktc  1 bdrm aparlment, excellent vbw,  Gibsons, $520/mo. 6854914.K4C  Vitw home. 3 bdrms, main floor  plus linished pat ol Iowa, 5 appl,  wood dove, $850/mo Ind. cable.  Prefer n/s. 886-8963. Ktc  Sleeping room avail. Immed.  Lower Gibsons on beach, $275/mo  incl. cabta, al utilities snd laundry.  886-8963. Ktc  For Rent  Gibsons Langdale  2 bdrm view condo, in well managed complex, close to everything,  $630/mo. 686-2949. K4c  Ocean front home, Gibsons, June  18 July 2, $400/wk. 886-2256.   #24c  Shop, 24x30,13' clearance, storage or quid activity. Gibsons aea.  686-8642. K3w  Latge 1 bdrm. $450/mo. Lower  Gibsons, suit working person. 886-  8136, Geoige ot 863-5000 Jim.   K3w  3-4 bdrm. townhouse, view, close  lo lown, avail, immed, $650/mo.  local agent. 9294227.      #23w  Month lo month clean 3 bedroom  mobile home with washer 6 dryer  (partially furnished optional), non-  smokers, no pets. North Road.  $675/mo includes dl utilities, dim.  dep. $325. Avail, now. 886.2504.  tfns  Lower Gibsons. 1 bdrm sule with  f/p 6 view. $600.mo. 886-7037.  KSo  2 bdrm basemenl suile, lower Gibsons, $550/mo. * utilities. 650-  7731 or 872-2005. K3c  Nice clean 2 bdim townhouse,  close lo all amenities, $750, aval,  immed. 733-7211. KSc  Adul oriented 3 bdrm home on S.  Fletcher, near yacht dub. Adul oriented, lovely garden with greenhouse tnd fruit trees. Possible  lean. Avail, now. Rill req'd.  $850/mo. 922-7836. K6c  3 new, permanent/long turn RV  ties now ready at Boot Hill RV  Park, $250/mo. 1117 Keith Road,  1 1/2 miles up Cemelary Road,  Gibtona. 886-9761 or 220-1526.  Km  For Rent  Roberts Creek  Large, spacious basement/living  ani with t bdim Shand bath/  kitchen in country home. Close to  beach $300/mo ind uti. Aval July  1,8854950 I25W  Redecorated, dean mobile home,  on quilt 1/2 acie, dick, large  died, 4 appl., l/p, eaty walk to  beach a parks, n/s, n/p. Suitable  tor mature single �� working couple. $650/mo. Avail. June 1.  Lnss/rdr, pteass. 5334740 after  Spm. KSc  For Rent  Sechelt 8, district  Davit Bay near beach, large 3  bdrm mobile home, July 1,  $675*10.8854862 or 5204102  I2SW1 .,  ,  Witt Sechelt - great location.  Foi Rent  _<clielt & district  1 bdrm cottage, S.Hook, n/s, n/p,  suit single person, June 15,  $415/mo. + util. 685-3982.   KSc  3 bdrm, 2 baths, Redrooffs area,  no pelt. Relerences required.  $eCO/mo. 8854336. KSc  Halfmoon Bay /  Pender Harbour  Bachelor suite w/ fantastic viewi  Madeira Park, 685-3910, Seven  Idet Apartments. K5w  2 bdtm. home, Madeira Park,  $495/mo. refs. req. 526-9895 ��24w  Vication Rental - 4 bdrm. executive home with waterfall, beach  docks, volley ball and hot tub on  Sakinaw Lake, road access,  $85Qfweek. 855-5157. ss  t 5 2 bdtm cottages avail, immed.  N/S, N/P. Ftee uie ol dock and  small fishing boal. Cable included.  Rett. nq. From $400/mo. 883-  9569, tfns  34.- Help Wanted  32 Commercial  For Renl  1500 sq. ft. warehouse and ollice  space lor rent, Qibsons, dose to  all amenities, avail, immed.  $580/mo. 733-7211. 1123c  Davis Bay/Wilson Cteek hal available. Wheelch air facilities. 885-  275201885-9663. tfn  Prime tetal space, Hwy. 101,1500  sq. It. $1000. No tripb net. 737-  6081. tb  Roberts Creek Hal, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 686-  7615. tfn  34. Help Wanted  qutel ttmt, private fenced yad,  huge decks elc. Aval. July 1, long  ot short term rental. Janet - 885-  5240dter6pm KSw  Wed Sechdt aea. 1 bdrm house,  cloie to beach, matuie, tingle  n/i,n/p ratpomibta peisonjuly 1.  $496*10.885-2045 KSC  Mil Vltw Guilt Houn. Furnished, accommodates 6. Daily,  weekly rentals. 685-4490  t bdtm houis, close to beach,  mature, single n/i, responsible  person, n/p, July 1. $485/mo. 885-  2045. KSc  2 bdrm tancha, 1 acre w/l/p, appl,  w/d, dose to amenities, $725 pits  utile. Ha separate workshop aid  homdabte. 1-462-7943.   KSc  1 bdrm suite, n/s, n/p, walk to  shopping. Suitable for quiet,  mature person. 8654863.   KSc  2 bdrm w/f view house, 7965  Redrooffi Rd. Avail. June 1,  $850*10.1-7344880.       KSc  S bdrm duplex, 2 ful batht, oak  kitchen, vbw, $800*10.865-7685.  125c   2 bdim baement suite, n/S, n/p. S  appls., csntrs Sechelt, next to  Sentors Centre. Patty furnished,  cabta, gu fireplace * hot watei  suppled. Rill 8 security depot!.  $650*10.8854417. K4c  1 bdim. tuite Seima Paik,  1600/mo. aval. July 1.885-7719.  Ktw  Davit Biy near beach, ige. 1  bdrm. 1/2 duplex, $450/mo 685-  4662,520.3102. K4w  Shared house in Sechdt loi dean,  quilt, responsible non-smoker.  W/D, $350/mo 885-4778.   K4w  Urge 2 bdtm mobile. Walk to all  amenities. Sul retired. No dogi.  Rib. June 1. $675*10.685.5762.  Ktw  2 bdrm, 2 balh, trailer. 5 appl..  adult oriented park. Avail. July 1,  no pds. $650/mo. 865.9715.Ktc  Oceansldi, oceanview, 2 bdrm  apt, Oavis Bay, $625*10. pkttutl.  Avail. Immed. 685-5918 oi 792-  8731 after 6 pm. K3c  Large 2 bdrm. + mil. room, ocean  vbw, $625/mo. avail. June 1, rets.  1-7344200. KSw  Porpoise Bay - panoramic wderlront, neat, clean, modern smal 3  bdrm. w/lofl, 3 1/2 levels. Would  sul single or prat, working couple,  qubt. Lease, rets. req. N/S, N/P.  S825/mo. 872-3516 KSw  Sechell Goll 5 Country Club  requires i lull-time coffee shop  manager. Resumes accepted at  5586 Inlet Ave, until June 10/94  K4c  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  A Board member is needed to represent The Volunteer Centie on  the Board d Community Services.  Pleasi csll foi information snd  intetvbw. -A coordinator b needed  ter The Fdl Fail in Sept. in Gibsons. A gisd way to share youi  skills with ths communlty.-The  Sechel Food Bank is in need d a  co-coordindor to assist with the  running ol the food bank/Volunteers an needed lot a program  that provides services to victims  and wlness ol crime. A comprehensive training program and ful  support b provided. FOR THESE  AND MORE OPPORTUNITIES  CONTACT THE VOLUNTEER  AND INFORMATION CENTRE AT  8854661 KSw  Coordkwtor for Faniy  Caregiver Support Program.  Part-time opportunity to coordinate program designed to support  family caregivers. Successful  applicant WH have ixcdtont mill  group facilitation skis and one-to-  one skills Mud be abb to work  wel on own ind In team letting  with community professionals.  Prebrmce to RN, OT/PT, or otha  protewbnal with required skills  and experience. Send hand-written  covet letter plus resune to: Executive Ditectot, Sumhlne Com  Home Support Socidy, Box 2420,  Sechel BCVON SAO. Deadline kit  ���ppicattoni, June 16./94     K4w  Cook required nights and week-  ends, apply Emb 8 Gwen's Drive-  in, 886-7613 K3c  Gonad labourer required, 885-  4268 MW  Drivers, class 4 needed. Blue  Weve Taxi. 19 Seaview Plaza.  8884333 KSw  be maka/maiiga. Gibsons cutting club (t sheds) requires ai ice  maka. Mantgiment skills important. Sday range $25,000 tar 7.5  montht. Reply to Terry Connoi  Box 969 Gibsons, BCVON IVO  K5w   Alaska Jobtl Ean up to $30,000  In three months fishing SALMONI  Abo yea round fishing, King Crab,  Halibut and Herring. Plus, construction, canneries, ol (bids aid  more. Hling Now! Cal (504) 646-  2103 Ext SS89 until 7pm 7 days.  KSw  JOB FINDING CLUB  Three week financially assisted  Canada Employment Centre sponsored job teach program. Mutt be  in receipt d Unemployment Insurance Benefits U.I. Proposed startup Mid-July. Fot further information  and registration, call 886-0099.  KSc  VOCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT  AND CAREER PLANNING  Financially assisted 8-week training program sponsored by Canada  Employment Centre, Sechdt. Proposed start-up: end of June. Location: Gibsons. Eligibility Requirements: Must be In receipt ol U.I.  benellts or Income Assistance,  must be committed to exploring  career options and obtaining job  search skills in a co-operative,  team setting In preparation lor re-  entering the workforce. For more  inlormation and registration please  phone 8864099. K5c  In exchange lor board and room  (even suite), require assistance  with gardening, meal preparation,  and household duties, part-time,  lor small commuter lamily. Roberts  Creek. Non-smoking woman wtth  exp. in above, phone 886-4584  evenings and weekends.    K5c  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel now  accepting applications tot the following positions: Sous chel, lint  cook, dishwasher, and prep cook.  Please send resume lo Lord Jim's  Resort Hdel, C-18, JR Site, RR1  Halfmoon Bay, BC VON 1Y0, ot lax  865-7036, attention Thomas.K6c  WANTED: mature, experienced  peison for housekeeping duties  part time / full time, May - Odober  for local resort. Phone 883-2424  fot appointment. K5c  Experienced Bartender  required for lull time permanent  position d Cedars Pub. Apply In  person with reiumi on Mondays  or Tuesday] between 10 and 12 or  leave resume at the bar and well  contad you lot an appointment.  Ktw  Bookstore clerk, part/time. Forward  resume to Ashlsy't Booki i  Records, Box 121, Sechelt, BC  V0N3A0. Ktw  Six-chair salon requires ful or part  time stylist wih their own clientele.  Call Denise 886-3916.       Ktw  Walters, waitresses, cooks, dock  attendant. Apply in person, Irvines  Landing Marine Pub. Alk lor  Jessie or Wayne. K4c  We are seeking Childcare Workers lor our out-of-schod cat program lor children sgss 5 to 12.  This is a ten month, part-time position beginning in September 1994.  The successful applicants wll have  experience working wilh ichool  agi children, first-aid training,  strong organizational skills, ind  abovi all the ability to relate to  children and plan a wide variety of  activities lot and wtth them, ECE or  SETA training and experience an  assd. Resumes and references to:  The Personnel Committee, Nine-  Three-Seven Childcare Society,  RR K, Site K, Comp. 138, Gibsons, BC. Deadline for applications: Juni 3. KSc  Challenge V4 Summer Studenls.  The Sumhlne Coed Arte Centre  raquim two students to work SO  his. per week from June 27 to  Sept. 1994, as assistants to the  manager and cutatot. Applicants  must have attended school full  time In 1994 and be planning to  dtond ful time In 1915. Application! and resumn muit be  received d the Arts Centre , Box  1565, Sechel, no later than June  6. For further information, pteass  018854412. KSw  BaDeenlAnoc.  ire seeking to hire patftkne sscu-  rlty peitonnel to work in the  Stchdt an, prevtam aipatanco  preferred, but not nicotian/ is  training wi be provided. Fa mora  Ho 885-1018. K3c  A Mom's dream. Stay noma, iota  wight, help othart, roaka $$ from  home, lulhdning. Cdl Cynthbtol  fiee 1-9784244. K4w  Teiiila llaliuia Tidte rio|iil  Hiking 3 hdMdiab to undertake  bedbily dudy for development ot  multi-use trail network In Psndet  Harbour. Mud be in reedpt/ekgibte  lor UIC for duration of tha protect.  To obtain mora detailed project  outline call 885-2839. Send  WHN outWng qudMcatbm by  June 8,1994 to Sumhine Coot  Community Futures Assoc, P.O.  Box 1591, Sechdt, BC VON SAO.or  detivef to Suite 205, TaaJo Sq,  Sichdt. KSc  RN needed on part-time basis for  children's camp, July 4-Aug. 10.  Cal 266-9119 mess.        KSw  Exp. kitchen/laundry helper toi  children's camp, June 23-Aug. 13.  Cdl 734-1307 mm. ideal tot student KSw  Assemble light product! d home.  Excd. Income, easy wotk. Cdl for  directory. 21 hn. (604) 623-2380  ext. A74 tin  3b Business and  Home Service  61D PRESSURE WASH  ENVMO FRIENDLY CLEAN  AGENT  lot vinyl, aluminum.siding, paint  stripping, concrete walkways, driveways, decki, RVs, boats itc.  6864055 KSw  Oil burner service, plumbing/hed-  ing repairs, Michael 886-8022 or  6864083 KSw  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  Any Jo��  one call     ,       , <_Ba  DOCS IT ML  BB6-4788  : ;J|  :  Outbuidings ��� Additions ��� Renovations ��� Repair ��� Structure inspection end documentation ��� Rd specialists 6854070 KSw 18  Coast News, June 6, 1994  35. Business &  Home Services  35. Business &  Home Services  35. Business &  Home Services  SUMMER SCHOOL  Local teacher is offering summer  course for students who have  tailed either Math 6 or malh 9. Student may proceed to next grade  level upon successful completion  of Ihis 40 hour program. Four  days/wk, 2 hours/day. Max class  size 10. Cost $200. Gibsons location. Phone 885-7547        K5w  WR ELECTRIC  Free estimates, all work guaranteed. W. Rennie. Lie* 1631. 885-  4845 K5w  Meticulous, experienced, reliable  HOUSEPAINTER. Reasonable  rales. Derek Angelus, 886-3411  KSw  CATHY'S  HOME CLEANING  Get your house cleaned professionally. Bondable with relerences  886-4660 I26w  MAJESTIC LANDSCAPE  Lawn/landscape maintenance,  weedeating, brushculting, hedge  trimming/planting, rotolilling. turf  laying, low maintenance landscaping, cleanups, rubbish removal,  elc. 8854737. K5C  HORIZON GLASS  LIMITED  -|ni idli/inn in i iiniiiirn ial \  ivMilt-iiiul gluing  Ovor20yeinokper(tH  i ,niii|ifiimi'. |iiiiiii|ii Htrvln  tall 883-51X1  KITCHEN 6 BATHS  Quality at fair prices. Many refs.  avail. Insured, bonded. Fast, Iree  estimdes. Seniors' discounts. Call  Donn 885-3557 125c  DECKS 6 FENCES  Quality workmanship: insured i  bonded; fair prices; last, fiee estimates. Seniors' discounts. Call  Donn 885-3557. Refs. avail. K5C  RENOVATIONS PLUS  Qualily renovalions, fair pricing,  insured 6 bonded, last, free estimates. Rels. avail. Call Donn at  Surelock. Seniors' discounts. 885-  3557. K5c  HORIZON  Pll IIT STOVES  Nil ftmoki', Nn Cliunnt-y'  IValii for Jarm-itown  Enviroiirf, Trm[w��t  Avi'nl  CALL 883-5153  SENIORS DISCOUNT  Home repairs 6 renovations. Satis,  faction guaranteed. Dan 886.3084.  K7c  COASTLINE FENCING  Wooden �� Chain Unk  Decke A Porchee  Call after 6pm 666-2215 Bob tins  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  Quality home builder. Forms, fram.  ing, finishing, decks 6 renovations.  Drew 685-4557. K3C  DEVCO POWER WASHING  Vinyl siding, window cleaning,  drive ways, boats, RVs and heavy  equipment. Seniors discount, fully  insured. 886-0069. K3w  RIB TREE SERVICE  Falling, lopping, limbing, dsnger  tree removal. Free eitimates.  insured. Cal Ritchie 665-9190.  Mountainside  Pretture Wiihing  Wi are backl Spruce up your  house 6 decks belore you paint.  RVs, boats, anything concrete Hie  pools, patios, driveways, dc. We  offer seniors discount. Free estimates. Donn 885-7473.      KSc  Lawn / berry / hedge cutting,  grounds malntenancs, window  washing, dc. Man / men available  once / regular bads. Experienced.  Reliable. Rob /Chris. 886-3622.  For help with landscaping labour,  lawns, berries, yard cleanup, dc.  cal Bl 886-0051. Hard working.  123c  CREEK WOOD FLOOMiQ  Finishing and Installation. Free  estimdes. 866-0167,665-2253.  KSc  MJJSBMG  Vinyl end cedar exteriors, soffits  and fascia. Fred Cocker, 885-  6065, cdl. 1-680-1560.      KSc  CABINS TO CASTLES  Design, renovation, remodel,  Framing to lockup. 8860380.886-  0684 eves. tin  Dirt People  Yard maintenance, new landscaping, rework old landscaping, weekly cuts, inside repairs, low ides,  exc. rels. 886-9593. I24w  A PROGRESSIVE POWERWASH  Boats, patios, RVs, houses and  driveway sealing, etc. 'Also specializing In marine services.' Waxing, painting, detailing, minor  repairs, seniors discount. 883-  2030 or pager 1-978-0675. K4w  HARDWOOD FLOORING  New floors supplies, laid, sanded  and finished. Old floors resanded  and relinished Lyle Hayler Floors  Ltd. 865-7633. I26w  DON'S TILE INSTALLATIONS  Ceramic ��� Mosaics ��� Marble. Quality wotk at reasonable prices. 886-  4280. K3w  Outbuilding ��� addition * renovation  * repak' structure inspection and  documentation' rol specialists.  685-6070. K3w  EVA'S Homo Cleaning Service!  Reguler cleaning, spring cleaning,  oi final conitructlon cleanup  Dependable 8 affordable 885-  4024mets. K3w  LAWN A GARDEN  Fruit trie pruning and spraying,  garden renovations, retaining  Willi, hedge trimming, general  cleanup. Cal 686-0160.       tin  CHIPPING AND MULCHING  SERVICE  Turn youi brush piles, leaves and  garden wade to chips and mulch  lot compost. Quick service, reasonable ratee. Nick at 888-2756  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, bdhs ind  showir panels. CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Silly 883-  2971. tfn  QUAUTY WOODWORK  ��� ��� ___J_____ta___t fini-hinn  Fwmt nfnwoMnng, muring  We look d ill jobs big or small.  For prompt, quality woik it an  affordable price, call Art Glee-  brieht 8854372 a 685-7169. tfn  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranleed  Work Free estimates. B65-2t09.  tin  35. Business &  Home Services  WILL'S UWN CARE  Lawn mowing, weedeating. 885-  773S Ktw  BOB'S RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard cleanup, etc. will remove  whatever haunts you. Quick, courteous service 885-4804     K4w  sports  Request for Proposals for Opportunities In the  Recreation Industry  Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks  BC Parks invites separate proposals from motivated individuals or companies for  the maintenance and provision of visitor services In the camping, picnic and day  use facilities within each of the following parks:  1) Roberts Creek Provincial Park:  Located 14 km west of Gibsons. Mandatory bidders meeting July 14 at  Porpoise Bay Provincial Park at 10:00 am. Proposal documents tor sale  only until July 11.  2) Plumper Cove Marine Park:  Located on Keats Island near Gibsons. Mandatory bidders meeting July  15 at Porpoise Bay Provincial Park at 10:00 am. Proposal documents  for sale only until July 11.  3) Porteau Cove Provincial Park:  Located 20 km south of Squamish. Mandatory bidders meeling July 26  at Porteau Cove Provincial Park at 10:00 am. Proposal documents  available only until July 22.  4) Nalm Fall* Provincial Park:  Located 3 km south ol Pemberton. Mandatory bidden meeting July 21  at Nairn Falls Provincial Park at 10:00 am. Proposal documents tor sale  only until July 18.  5) Shannon Fall* and Murrin Provincial Parka:  Located 4 km south of Squamish. Mandatory hidden meeting July 27  at Shannon Falls at 10:00 am. Proposal documents lor sale only until  July 22.  Open Houses  BC Parks will hold information open houses from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm in  these communities:  Gibaona - June 23 ��� Cedar* Motor Inn  Squamish - July 6 - Alice Lake Park  Pemberton - July 7 ��� Village Hall  There will be displays and BC Parks staff on hand to discus* each  opportunity.  Anyone interested in bidding on these opportunities must attend the  mandatory bidders' meeting and be registered and in possession of the  proposal documents prior to commencement of the bidders' meeting.  Documents will be tor sale at the open houses or at:  I Garlbsldl/Sunshln* Coast Dlatrlct  Alice Lake Provincial Park  -^ Box220 -a  Brackendale, BC 5"  ��- VON 1HO "^  Telephone 898-3678  Profeeelonal Wetch, Clock  ���ndJiwelryRepalra  Scandinavian educated. 30 years  experience. Call 865-0824 Aarne  or leave a message.        K4w  RITEWAY PAINTERS  Interior, exterior, pressure washing, quality workmanship, satisfaction guarantied. Bob 865-1804.  K4w  WILL'S WINDOW WASHING  Reasonable rates. 885-7733.K4W  36. Work Wanted  RENOVATING? CERTIFIED  CARPENTER  lor hira. Experienced. Quality  wotk. Brad 8666652        KSw  ROOFWQ-REROOFING-  REPAIRS  Reasonable and guaranteed. Call  the Sunshine Coatt Rooter, 685-  9250.  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard clean up, light movet, odd  jobs, quick friendly seivice. 865-  9694,328-1611 cell. K8c  Chatlene's 'Super' Clean. Let me  do thi wotk lot you. Fait ind  dependable. References available.  686-7876. KSc  WAYNE'S SERVICES  Gardening, gas weedeater, lawns,  giound maintenance, window  washing. 686-2999. K6c  Need a diver? Cheaper lhan haul-  Ing your boat out. Anything, anywhere, any time. Sesrch and  recovery, zinc teplacement, itc.  WCB Certified. Kevin 885-4666.  K4w  Lawnmowing, weedeating, gaiden  work. Household chores. Gibsons  -Ungdale. 886-3121, Peter.KSc  Young lady will do house cleaning/cooking and/or companion lot  elderly person. 865-9156.   Ktw  Driver class 3 w/air, looking for  steady work. Don 8850190. KSc  Houie cleaning and home sitting,  references, bondable. 886-9679.  *35w  Overnight cat to elderly or children, relerences, bondable. 688-  9879. #35w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton buck avalable lor haukng,  rubbish removal, moving, yaid  maintenance, rototHng, odd jobs.  665-3917. ttn  We require a nanny lo care fot our  3 cMdren In our home, rels. req'd,  own transport put. 8852751, Kim-  Deny I25w  Mstuis, responsible gisds 12  graduate would like fuMime childcare job. July and August. Experience. All ages Excellent reference! Call Jessica, 8856199 or  6554099 K5w  <  Energetic loving person to care lor  3 glrli age 3 to 6, part-time, possible lull time. Cill Hanna. 886-  0916. K3C  Babysitting (anytime) references,  s___ 886-9976.        I35w  Unlicenced family daycare,  Roberta Crtik his 1 opining,  June 1 for cMd under 3 yrs. Rett.  8650680. It���  Government Agent  102-5710 Teredo Street  Sechelt, BC  VON SAO  Telephone 865-5187  OR  Government Agent  6953 Alberni Street  Powell River, BC  VIA 286  Telephone: 485-2615  To register you interest and receive a copy ol the request for a proposal  'document, provide cash, money order or bank draft lor $53.50 (GST  included) payable to the Minister ol Finance and Corporate Relation*.  .Information about this opportunity may be obtained from the BC Parks  (District Oflice at 885-3678. The proposal documents may also be viewed at  <jthe above mentioned offices free of charge.  MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT, LANDS AND PARKS  SECHELT SHELL  One of the bueieet service stalioc^  on the Coat. Gran tiles approx  S2.5 million, growing steadily.  ixcHent return. CU 886-2128 a  mail inqurietto: Box 577. Sechel  V0N3A0 K5w  WOW, I division ol Leigh Morgan  Fashioni has an opening In your  area Cal Dawn at 465-7746125c  Own Your Own luelnett  11 show you how to opertte your  own successful business As Mile  u $27 gets you stated Cal 885  2146 tor complete details   no  obligation K4w  Fa ate ol the following creative  old tahionad recipes send ��2 and  I legal size, self-addressed,  itsmped envelope lo Barwood  Venturei, Box 232, Gibsons, BC  VON 1V0:1) 37 ways of preparing  egg dishes, 2) creative beverages,  3) 16 wayiol preserving meats. 4)  20 fithi oyster dishes      KSc  If you have I oreim ol becoming  financially independent, then send  ��� legal till, sell-addressed,  stimped invelope to Barwood  Vtnturat, Box 232, Gibsons. BC  VON IVO K3c  Smal affordable franchise House  siting aid pit cat service, pre-  established clientele, flexible  houn. Cat Sharon 885 2228125c  sunshine coast golf  On May 24, the Nine Hole  Ladies played the final of the  Marg Langdale Eclectic. Winners are: Katie Sonntag, first  low net 32; Pearl Cheal, second  low net 32.5; Phyl Cummings  and Barb Relton ties at third low  net 33.5. Runners up are Mary  Babcock, net 35; Pat Sadler, net  35.5; Gail Sabo, net 36.  On May 25, 89 Senior Men  played Scotch Pinehurst. Winners are: Glen Mardon, Gene  Johnson. Runners up: Bob  Logie, Laurie Evans, Bob  Williams, Harry Woodman, Dan  remember when  Belle, Lorry Rendleman. Wooden Tee Award, Harry Johnson,  Guy Lewall, Ed Dorey, Hal  Burgess. K-P, Geoff Fawcus.  Mixed twilight golf on May  30 had 25 players for a format  of alternate shots. First low net,  Judy Holding and Harry Johnson; second low net, Donna  Johnson and Wilf Neslman;  third low net, Maureen Partridge  and Bob Hagar. Low putts:  first, Helen Steeves and Ozzie  Hincks; second, Adeline Clark  and Don Holding; third, Harriet  Cargo and Less Cowley. Ladies  longest drive on number four  hole, Judy Holding.  Don't forget the general  information meeting for voting  members on June 9 at Chatelech  School.  The kitchen at the golf course  is open to the public for lunch  ��� groups larger than 10, please  phone ahead. Friday night dinners are still happening at  "Gourmet on the Green." Choices of dinners are posted weekly  or phone Theresa at 885-2833,  for menu choices and reservations.  5 Years Ago  Plans for a new Sechelt recycling collection depot, to be  located behind the Shop Easy  store in Trail Bay Mall, were  initiated by Neil Clayton and  Bruce Morris, controller with  Trail Bay Developments.  Elphinstone secondary  school student Francisco Juarez  won third place for his video  presentation "In the Minds of  Men", in a contest sponsored by  the BC Festival of Arts.  Gibsons RCMP, the manager  of HSPP, and the Gibsons town  council met to discuss various  issues, such as the apparent rise  in crime since the mill's expansion, and the rise in full time  school enrollment in Langdale.  10 Years Ago  The completion of the full  restoration and renovation of  Rockwood Lodge was celebrated by the Sechelt and District  Chamber of Commerce holding  its May 29 dinner meeting there.  Gibsons Minor Baseball  League was presented for the  very firsl lime at a BC Hyak  Invitational Bronco Tournament  May 25 lo 26 in New Westminster.  15 Years Ago  Spurred on by the examples  of the professionals, the residents of the Sunshine Coast  were not slow to get into the  aclion lasl weekend. Five hardy  souls essayed a modified lap of  the Grand Prix course and won  wrisl watches for their trouble.  John Balfour of Roberts Creek  came in first, Dean Clerman of  Roberts Creek, second, and  Ronald Kiev of Gibsons was  third.  25 Years Ago  Tyee Airways was cleared to  operate a daily air service  between Nanaimo and Sechelt.  Elphinstone student Dorian  Gregory attained honourable  mention in a recent  provincewide examination spon  sored by the Canadian Association of Physicists.  35 Years Ago  A new variety of potato not  unlike the netted gem but minus  the net on the skin has been  developed by Alfred Charman  of Gibsons. It is now being  developed at the Agassiz Experimental Farm.  At a meeting of St. Mary's  Hospital study group, Harvey  Hubbs of Sechelt was elected  chairman. L. Hempsall and F.H.  Borninton were elected vice-  chairman and secretary respectively.  45 Years Ago  Possibly the most discordant  meeting in the history of the  Sechelt Peninsula Board of  Trade, held al Ihe Sechelt Inn,  saw W.H. Aggett read a report  attacking the local press as  being irresponsible.  When Aggett found out that  nobody agreed with him he  resigned.  The  Coast  News:  The Sunshine  Coast's    .  first choice  for news, sports  & entertainment  coverage!  Granthams Landing  pot grower jailed  : A Granthams Landing resident was sentenced to 30 days  in jail for a 1992 marijuana  growing charge.  Marc Marcel Lacroix, 40,  was found guilty and sentenced  in Provincial Court in Vancou  ver May 11 for a cultivating  marijuana charge under the  Narcotic Control Act that was  laid on March 17,1992.  Police report Ihe marijuana  was found "at or near Gibsons."  Notice Board  Oafelaf eveatt mill be apdated mostkly  We reserve Ihe right lo edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events  of genuine community interest  Items will be listed Ihree weeks prior to the event.  MONDAY, JUNE 6  Single Perente Picnic, 5:30-8 pm,  Hackett Pak, Sechelt. II raining, indoors  si S.C. Community Services building,  5636 Inlet Ave., Secheh. Main course  provided - plane bring either |uice,  vegetable!, buna or dessert Come out to  meet otha tingle parents, than a meel  end play tome family garnet Into: 886-  6601.  S.C. Breaitfeedlng Support Oroup  meeting, 10 an. Topic: Baby Arrives: Tim  Family and tha Braaattad Baby. Info:  Laurie, 686-7900 or Roxanne, 686-3230.  WEDNESDAY, JUNE S  Weet    Howe    Sound    Electors  Association general meeting, 7:SO pm,  Langdale School Agenda: Introduction of  candidates lor Regional Director.  Speaker: Grant McBain, Dipt, ol  Fliheriei Pline note: There ll no  meeling scheduled for July. A special  meeting for the benefit of summer  residents wW be held August 10.  S.C. White Cam Club monthly meeling,  1:30 pm, Oivli Biy Community Hill.  Into: 666-2703.  THURSOAY.JUNEI  St Miry'l Hospital Auxiliary, Sechell  branch monthly meeting, 1:30 pm, 81.  HUda'i Church Hal. This wilt be the last  meeting until September  FRIDAY 1 SATURDAY, JUNE 10411  Cenedttn Cancer Society "Living Hope'  garage uie, 10 em-t pm, Masonic Hall,  Roberts Creek  SATURDAY, JUNE 11  Sl aartholomew'e Celebrity Auction a  the church, Hwy. 1011 Nonh Rd. Silent  Auction 11 em-t pm (II admission)  Mowed by viewing and reception al 6:30  pm and the Uve Auction at 6 p.m. to be  opened by Ihe Deputy British Consul  General (65 admiulon). Citllogue  lilting! ol erti. antiques, services ind  good! include! girts from the Oueen  Mother. Oueen Noor ol Jorden, Robert  Bateman. Lole Smith, Ken Bell, many  local merchinti 6 businesses,  parlahionera 6 Iriends ol the parish.  Proceeds to support the 037 Childcare  Centre end restoration of Gibsons' oldest  extant building - the 102-year-old original  church to aervo aa an open-door  community chapel within the new building  complex al Hwy. 101 6 North Rd.  RegUtrition and catalogues �� the door.  Info: ISe-7110.  Sergeant Day Society: Plant  Identification Field Trip, meel at 9 am,  parking lot on the road to the beach.  Guided by Terry Taylor ol the Vancouver  Natural History Society So lar we have  counted over 100 different plant species  on the beech bam alone  Celebration of Seng Spring Concert  Bresented by the Weitwlnd School ol  luilc. Featuring a 16-mimber swing  band, vocal |azz octet, boys'* adult choE  snd soloists. 7:30 pm, Raven's Cry  Theatre. Ticket! 810 it Riven'! Cry,  Talewind Books snd Westwind. Into: 865-  2460.  SUNDAY, JUNE 12  Buffet Dinner, Shew, Osnce, 6:30 pm,  S.C. Golf CM), Roberta Creek, Featuring  The Hot Potatoes 6 Friends. Into: 885-  0643  Pender Harbour Aquatic Society  Annual Generil Muting: Area 'A*  Rnldinti - your Input li villi to the  luccesi of recreetionel program in our  area Attend thu meeling at 11 am, at the  PH. Aquatic Centre. We are looking tor  new board members end there wW be an  election of Ihe following poaitlone:  Charman, Vice Charman, Secretary 6  Treeiurer. Info: Male, 663-2612.  MONDAY, JUNE IS  Olbeone     Landing     Merchente  Aisoclitlon meeting 7:30 p.m. Harbour  Cile   All  non-member  merchant!  welcome  TUESDAY, JUNE 11  Huneehln Dlitrtct Dirt Ouldei: Early  regislretion for sll levels ol Old Guides  ISperki, Brownies, Guldet. Pithflnders)  for thli fill, 78 pm. Greenecourt Hill  Info Denise Lee. 865-2961.  THURSDAY, JUNE 16  Chemben of Commerce Dinner  Meeting. Lad Jim's Resort. Speaker Bill  Barlee, Minister ol Smill Business.  Tourism snd Culture Social Hour, 6:30:  Dinner 7:15lah. Price 619. To reierve  pleaae call 685-3100  FRIDAY 4 SATURDAY, JUNE 17*11  Sunehlne Chorister! - Musical  selection: Through lha Year*. Senior  Citliem' Hell, Trail Ave., Sechelt.  7:30pm  SATURDAY, JUNE II  Cenedlen Federetlon el Unlverelty  Women meeting will be i garden party  with plant Identification walk at me homo  ot Audrey* David Morten, 869 Gower Pt.  Rd, 24 pm. Member! ind Iheir spouse  or friend are welcome. Prospective  members are welcome wilh confirmed  attendance Afternoon tea served Info:  6663315.  Public Dince, Gibsons Legion Hall. 9  pm. Feautino "Local Traffic'TWuta 810  it Sayward Books. R.C General Store,  Frontrunnera, Axana-Dew. Sponsored by  Langdale Elementary School.  MONDAY, JUNE 20  Olbeone See Cevelcade Committee:  next meeting will be had In the Marine  Room (below Gibsons Public Library),  7:30 pm. Into: Peggy Small, SS649S6  Canadian Cancer Soelety, S.C, Unit  luncheon meeting, noon, Pebbles  Reelaurant, Secheh.  SATURDAY a SUNDAY, JULY 23 * 24  Sunthint Cosst Equntrlin Club'i  Summer Hone Show; Saturday- Cattle  Penning * Gymkhana: Sunday- Jumping.  Concession on site. Everyone welcome.  Joan 8*63059.  SATURDAY, JUNE 21  Msrch for Jeeue, 2 pm, starting from  Calvary Baptist Church. Into: 866-7736 a  666-6473.  MISCELLANEOUS  Parent-Tot Summer Fun '*t will again  be offered during July * August There  win be S morning edvattum a different  locations, feeturlng different activities  Irom dreii-up to rock * rol. Program  ottered Tuesdeyi or Wednesdays, 10  am-noon. Riglitntlon limited to SO  children on each ot hw Iwo diys.lnfo *  registration torma �� Gibsons * Secheh  Public Libraries and from Community  Service!. 6638 Inlet Ave., Sechelt.  Further Into from Community 8ervicei,  665-6661 or from Progrim Coordinator  Wendy Herford, 666-1659. Progrim  jointly sponsored by Community Services  t S.C. Recreation Commission.  SPCA Dlipliy: June 26, Sunnycreil  Mill; July 2l.TriH Bay Mill  Men'e Baseball Lugui: recruiting  players 16 * ovir lor July, Auguit t  September If Interested, call 685-3281.  Vldso Serlee: Lit* on tha Edge:  Preparing tor tha Challenges ot  Mutlhood featuring Or. Jamas Dobeon,  ChrWIm Uie AisanMy, 730 School Rd,  GWom, Sundiy nights: June 5 * 12, *  pm; June 19, July 3,10,17 * 24, 7 pm.  Into: 6*6-7107.  New Direction! Health Riform  Community Meeting! Juni 7 Olbeom  Yecht Club 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.; June 14th  Secheh Senior Citizens Hill 7:00 - 9,00  p.m.; June 15th Pender Hirbour  Community Hall 7:30 ��� 9:30 p.m. New  Directions Intormstlon Health Una 665-  3700 28  Prenatal Claeaee: Gibaona Health Unit  Early Class June 21. Al above Prenatal  Claeaee are from 7 to 9 pm. Please  regmer early aa dasses III up quickly. To  register: (Glmor r'    ���-  8855164  oni) 666-6606), (Secheh)  Elphlnetone Pioneer Museum 716  Winn Rd��� across liom Post Office,  Gibtont Displays in conitantly  changing. Wheelchair accessible For  hours of opening ot to book s lour 666-  6232  Parent-Tot Drop-In: lor parents with children up to 6. 9:30-11:30 am at the following locations: Gibsons United Church Hall  (Mon., Tuea., Wed., Fri); Sechelt St.  Hilda's Church Hal (Tuea.) Coast News, June 6, 1994  19  news  MP offers options to  boundry commission  by Ian Cobb  North Island-Powell River  Reform MP John Duncan would  like to lose the Powell River part  of his title.  As suggested by the Federal  Electoral Boundary Commission  for British Columbia, on the  edge of the governing Liberal's  axe blade with the possible passing of Bill C-18, Duncan's riding  would be split in half, with the  first-time MP retaining the North  Island portion of his riding. The  Powell River (including the Sunshine Coast) portion would  become part of a Wesl Vancouver-Sunshine Coast riding.  The Reform Party caucus  managed earlier in the year to  enact a successful filibuster of  Bill C-18, designed to cease the  activities of Ihe Electoral Boundary Commission, which explores  and monitors Ihe changes in federal electoral ridings. The commission makes suggestions as to  how ridings may be changed to  meet population requirements.  Individual commissions were set  up for each province and Ihe  Northwest Territories.  Duncan commended the B.C.  electoral commission during a  May 26 presentation to commission members at the Coast Bastion Inn in Nanaimo.  "This redistribution process  goes to the heart of democracy.  Representation by population is a  vital principle," he said.  Duncan said his riding is too  vast and expensive to travel  around to properly govern. The  riding includes ihe northern half  of Vancouver Island, the Powell  River dislricl, Ihe entire Sunshine  Coast and a sprawling region on  the mid-north coast, including  Bella Coola and Ocean Falls.  "It's a vast area of territory  which includes half of the coastline of Vancouver Island and  one-half of Ihe mainland coast,  wilh no logical connection at  times between different parts of  the riding," he said.  Duncan said Ihe redistribution  propps^l,flW*. in Marph ,l>j| ,4k,,  commission would make his rid- -  ing "a pure island riding," which  would also include some islands  in the northern part of Johnstone  Strait. "I have come lo experience how large, diverse and difficult il is to serve North Island-  Powell River, as constituted,"  Duncan said.  Governing Ihe Sunshine  Coast is particularly hard from  his office in Campbell River, he  said.  "If I lived in Powell River or  the lower Sunshine Coast, the  same could be said about servicing Ihe North Island. As it is  now, a day trip to the lower Sunshine Coasl portion of the riding  is impractical, because ferry  schedules provide only a four-  hour window of opportunity in  that region during the course of a  long day."  While Duncan said the "over  all concept of the proposed redistribution makes much sense," he  has a few roadblocks in the way  of making a clean cut of his riding before the next federal election (1997/98).  One roadblock he's facing  comes on the tails of a survey he  conducted in Powell River on  whether or not the people there  would like to remain part of his  riding or join with the West Vancouver���Sunshine Coast riding  proposal, which would also  include the Squamish, Whistler,  Pemberton areas.  Based on the responses to the  survey, Duncan found Powell  River residents are leaning  toward slaying wilh the North  Island riding, with 371 saying  they are in favor of alignment  with the island, while 244 favor  the alignment with West Vancouver���Sunshine Coast.  "I see the proposed redistribution as being a workable solution  to providing good service to constituents both on Vancouver  Island and on the mainland," he  said.  In his summary, Duncan said  he plans lo return to Ottawa to  continue his fight against the  Liberal's designs to axe the  boundary commission. A second  reading of Bill C-18 is expected  later Ihis monlh.  Sunday June 12th  10-2 PM  Gi.wr 111 \ >i \itki i  Gibsons Curling Club  For information, call  Helen SalUs at 886-4887  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  s " N * "'J1 E    CO AS T    REGIONAL    DISTRICT  mmmmm  ROYAL TERRACES BUILDING, 5477 WHARE RD., SECHELT, B.C.   ���  BOX 800, VON 3A0  ���  885-2261  MONDAY, JUNE 6,1994  UPCOMING MEETINGS  Public Utilities Committee  Thursday, June 9th at 2:00 p.m.  Regular Board  Thursday, June 9th at 7:30 p.m.  Outdoor Recreation Advisory Committee  Tuesday, June 14th at 7:00 p.m.  Development Services Committee  Thursday, June 16th at 2:00 p.m.  Planning Committee  Thursday, June 16th to follow Development Services  Arts Liaison and Support Committee  Friday, June 17th at 2:00 p.m.  AREA "A" RESIDENTS  SPRINKLING REGULATIONS  EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY  The Sunshine Coast Regional District Works Department is  accepting applications for the position of WATERWORKS  TECHNICIAN  The Waterworks Technician will perform a variety of duties  relating to the supply, treatment and maintenance of the  sanitary sewer systems.  Qualifications for the position include certification In th* B.C.  Water and Wastewater certification program with a minimum  of:  - Class III Waler Distribution System  ��� Class I Water Treatment  - Class I Wastewater Treatment  The position also requires a minimum of five years experience  in the operation and maintenance of water distribution  systems.  The successful applicant will work on a Wednesday to Sunday  shift and respond lo after hour emergency call outs.  Applications, including a resume of qualifications, will be  accepted until the close of business on Friday, June 24, 1994.  Please address correspondence to:  S.K. Lehmann  Superintendent of Public Works  Sunshine Coast Regional District  P.O. Box 800 Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING  June 21,1994 at 7:30 pm  Sunshine Coast Regional District Board Room  (5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt)  Keynote Speaker: Renie D' Aquila, RCBC Executive Director  COMMUNITY ACCOUNTABILITY PROGRAM  j   Effective June 1,1994, the Communily Accountability Program  will be temporarily located within the offices of the Sunshine  Coast Regional District.  For more information conlact the Program Coordinator, Sandy  Colelti, at 885-2261.  NOTICE TO ALL SCRD WATER/SEWER USERS  Please be advised that all Regional District water/sewer bills for  the 1994 calendar year have now been mailed. Accounts are  due and payable on or before July 31,1994.  If ydu have not received your bill, please contact our office at  885-2261 and we will check our records. Please quote street  address, legal description or folio number when inquiring  about your bill.  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  Your input is vital to the success of recreational programs in  our area. Attend the Annual General Meeting of the Pender  Harbour Aquatic Society on Sunday June 12/94 at 11 am at  the Pender Harbour Aquatic Cenlre. We are looking for new  board members and there will be an election of the following  positions: Chairman, Vice Chairman, Secretary, and Treasurer.  Phone Marie at 883-2612 for more information.  ODD numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on the  following days:  ��� Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 7-10 a.m.  ��� Monday, Wednesday, from 7 - 9 p.m.  NOTE NO ______jI IMP. FRIDAY FVFMIMr.C  EVEN numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on the  following days:  ��� Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from 7-10 a.m.  ��� Tuesday, Thursday, from 7 - 9 p.m.  NOTE: NO SPBINKI IMC. tiATI HDAV FVFMINr.S  Note: Only 1 Sprinkler per Property is Permitted  ATTENTION:     PLEASE TURN OFF ALL SPRINKLERS IN THE  EVENT OF A FIRE IN YOUR AREA  ZONING AMENDMENT BYLAW 310.39 (Wood Bay)  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT BOARD ROOM  7:00 P.M., THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1994  Pursuant to Sections 956 and 957 of the Municipal Act a  public hearing will be held to consider the following bylaw  of the Sunshine Coast Regional District:  1. Sunshine Coast Regional District Zoning Amendment  Bylaw No. 310.39, 1994  The intent of Bylaw 310.39 is to amend Schedules A and B  to SCRD Zoning Bylaw 310 to rezone part of Lot B, Block A,  District Lot 1485, Plan 20887 from RU-2 (Rural Two) zone  to RU-1 (Rural One) zone and from G Subdivision District  (1.75 hectare minimum parcel area) to F Subdivision District  (1.00 hectare minimum parcel area). Bylaw 310.39 affects  the Wood Bay Salmon Farm site at 10881 Sunshine Coast  Highway. The subject property is highlighted on the  following maps:   i  APPENDIX 1 TO BYLAW 310.39  -L.6277-  APPENDIX 2 TO BYLAW 310JS  L.6276  From:G Subdivision District  To:    F Subdivision District  The public hearing ii scheduled to be held at 7:00 p.m. on  Thursday, June 23, 1994 at the Sumhlne Coait Regional  Diitrict Board Room, 5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt.  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 in the bylaw.  The above statement of purpose of the bylaw is not deemed  to be an interpretation of the bylaw. The bylaw and related  information and reports may be inspected at the Regional  District Office in the Royal Terraces building at 5477 Wharf  Road, Sechelt, B.C. during office hours, namely Monday to  Wednesday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Thursday and Friday  8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. from June 6, 1994 up to and  including June 23,1994.  Mr. L. Jardine Sunshine Coast Regional District  Secretary Box 800, Sechelt, B.C., VON 3A0  THINK COMPOST  DID YOU KNOW... organic material makes up over 30% of the waste going to landfill.  To help reduce Ihis, the Regional District is making the "Earth Machine Composter" available for your yard at our cost of $40.87  (includes taxes). Features of Ihis Cadillac of composters include: ��� a "how to" book ��� 10.5 cu. ft. capacity ��� rodent and raccoon  proof ��� made in Canada 4 50% recycled plastic ��� UV resistant ��� 10 year warranty.  Accessories are also available including the wingdigger aerator, video, extra copies of the "how to" book, and kitchen pail.  ORDER FORM  Enclose a cheque made out to the SCRD for the total amount of the order and return to:  Sunshine Coast Regional District, Box 800, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0  or hand deliver to the SCRD office at 5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt  We will send you a coupon to exchange for your composter at any one of our distribution sites.*  Name..  I Mailing Address   ��� Postal Code   Phone #   ��� Save a BACKYARD COMPOSTER and BOOK for me! $35.85 + $5.02 tax  I I want an extra "how to compost" BOOK $ 1-50 + $0.21 tax  I  I want the EDUCATIONAL VIDEO tool $ 3.00 + $0.42 tax  J I want Ihe WING DIGGER tool $ 7.50 (tax included)  I I want the KITCHEN PAIL tool $ 1.50 + $0.21 tax  I   "COMrOSTMS AND ACCESSORIES Will IE DISTRICTED IN GIISONS, SECHELT AND PENDER HARIOUR. WATCH THE SCRD IULIETINIOARD  1 AD FOR DETAILS ON OISTRIIUTION DAYS AND TIMES, (ul Cafty Kenny at 885-2261 for more information)  L ��������� ��� ��� ��� �� ������ �� ��� ��� ��� �����- ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ��������� ��� ��� ��� ��� ���*  1 20  Coast News, June 6, 1994  news  Residents urged to report cougar sightings  by Ian Cobb  Have cougar ��� please call.  Sunshine Coast BC Environment conservation officer Doug  Pierce told the Coast News he's  been getting more calls than  usual regarding cougar sightings  on the Coast for this time of  year ��� though there is no cause  for concern.  "1 think we've had a few  more this year and quite a number all came in al once," Pierce  said. "It's quietened down now,  though."  The CO said he believes a  recent incident at Gold River, in  which a young boy was attacked  and badly mauled by a cougar,  has piqued fears in people.  "It makes people really nervous," he said of attack reports.  The Sunshine Coast has been  lucky enough lo not have any  humans attacked by cougars,  however, a small goat and a  deer were killed recently in the  Mason Road/Nor-West Bay  Road area of West Sechelt.  Conservation officers, with  the aid of Wildlife Control Officer Dennis Pemble (out of  Abbotsford) and his tracking  dogs, tracked and treed the 70  pound female cougars, tranquil-  ized it and moved it.  Pierce said the cougar was  moved to a lightly populated  area of the Fraser Valley with a  lot of deer.  Gibsons tourist mugged  A Vancouver resident learned the hard way Friday (May 27) night  that the streets of Gibsons are nol as friendly as ihey appear.  The visitor, in town for the Fireman's Fishing Derby, was walking  along Gower Point Road Friday night between the hours of 11:40  p.m. and 12:10 a.m. when he was assaulted.  The assailant is described as about 17-years-old, of small stature  and with shoulder length blonde hair. Police also report the victim's  wallet was either taken or lost during the assault.  Corp. Robin Blair reported the victim wasn't "badly hurt" and "no  hospitalization was required."  Some of the other more  recent cougar sightings on the  Coast include one in the  Redrooffs Road area, one along  Chapman Creek in the Davis  Bay area and one in Roberts  Creek east of Highway 101 and  Flume Road.  "That's been the areas of  concern in the lasl two to three  weeks," Pierce said.  He said that while he can't  immediately attend every call,  he wants sightings reported.  "We urge people to call as  soon as possible, even if it is  two in the morning."  If a siting is verified and a cat  needs lo be tracked, Pemble and  his dogs have to be brought in  from the Lower Mainland.  "We have lo work with the  ferry schedules and the sooner  the dogs are on the scent the  better," Pierce said.  He said lhat helps to better  the chances of the cat being  treed and removed.  Trapping a cat is much more  difficult task than a bear, he  said.  "You can't just get a snare if  they have killed something."  The use of corrugated metal  traps that are used to lure bears  and trap them also don't work  on cats because "cougars are not  attracted to anything dead.  They're true predators. They  want to kill Iheir own food."  Now accepting  VISA  VARIETY  Deli &  Heallh  minimum $10 purchase  FOODS  886-2936  WE THE PEOPLE  Dislike what is happening to our community,  and to our Governments at all levels.  4 WE THE PEOPLE  Wish to remind you, the Mayor and the Council of Cibsons that  you are our employees and are here lo do our bidding.  You are not our betters and not here to oppress us.  WE THE PEOPLE  Are looking for Members to form a society or party, to lake back  our rights from Ihose who would oppress us. Phone 886-2982 if you  are ol like mind and want to see Freedom, Righteousness,  Justice, and Honesty Return to (especially) local Government.  NEW DIRECTIONS IN HEALTH  COMMUNITY MEETING  June 7,1994  7:00 pm - 9:00 pm  at the Gibsons Yacht Club  Vour DONATIONS  are MUCH needed  and GREATLY APPRECIATED  PLEASE Help Usl \  ^Thrifty*  HELP THE |  Donation*    IM-24M or Box 596  isTfrisnC  .' 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