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Array tlWd i s I ar. i v<=>  Bt. i I d t r>g  f'arl lament  SMIMiiS^i  VICTORIA.   B.C.  V��V   1X5 94.09  AttUhtibniRort Cardin  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  May 23,1994 Volume 48 Issue 21  THFJJ.EEK  WITHIN  ������������������������������������  Record numbers  using Sechelt  food *  bank J  Pender's  Harbour  Publishing  brings home  awards  Mr. Bear  comes to  Seima        ft  Park 7  Puppet antics  at West  Sechelt      * ***  Elementary  VI  Stand leaned  on with bylaw  by Ian Cobb  Gibsons town council has  taken the three of four steps necessary toward establishing an  enforcement bylaw to aid them  in removing a downtown produce stand.  Thirty to 40 supporters of  Nancy Gaudry, operator of the  organic produce stand located  beside Variety Foods on Gower  Point Road, showed up during a  May 17 council meeting to speak  their piece and heckle council as  the first three readings of  Enforcement Bylaw 727 were  The bylaw is being set up by  the town to "provide for the  demolition of an illegally constructed building on private  lands."  Before council came to the  bylaw readings, they heard from  Gaudry, and Gibsons residents  Pat Ridgway and John De Kleer  during the delegations and petitions portion of the meeting.  Gaudry, who has operated the  produce stand under Variety  Foods owner Karl-Heinz  Schroers' business licence for  three and one-half years before  the town informed her she needed a building permit for the lean-  to structure under which the produce was sold, in an emotional  address told council "I really  thought reason would prevail."  Ridgway said read a letter  from Jack Diamond, owner of  Checkers Foods, a neighboring  business to Variety Foods. "The  loss of such a unique operation  would be in detriment" to the  town even though Diamond is in  "direct competition" with Variety Foods and Gaudry's produce  stand.  Businessman John De Kleer  presented council with a petition  with about 63 names on it. He  told them the names were collected from "mostly" Lower Gibsons merchants and the petition  was taken around in "a five to six  hour" period.  De Kleer said in that time  only three people said "the law is  the law."  Following the presentations,  council members refrained from  comment. Their comments were  saved for the end of the meeting  when numerous members of the  public aired their concerns during the inquiries portion of the  council meeting.  While moving to establish  Enforcement Bylaw 727, town  administrator Dan Legg read his  recommendations, including the  "background" of the issue to  council and to the public.  As part of the enforcement  options section of his report,  Legg read that a notice on title be  recommended to the property  owner, a Kelowna resident.  Council later agreed to go with  that option. Legg also recommended council not take a route  previously discussed, in that the  town revoke Variety Foods'  business licence.  ,    "I am boxful that it may oof, I  be necessary to adopt the demolition bylaw and that commencement of this process will result in  Continued on page 2  Kids hanging out  more in Langdale  There's more swinging, sliding, hanging and climbing happening in Langdale nowadays.  Thanks to the efforts of  Langdale resident Sue Fitchell, a  $5,000 Sunshine Coast Regional  District Joint Use Fund grant,  seven local parents and three  Englishmen, Langdale Elementary School students and neighborhood kids have a top-of-the-  line Adventure Playground to  play on at the school.  On May 14 a group of 10  adults, including three people  visiting from England, spent the  better part of the day erecting  the new playground attraction  and upgrading an outdoor basketball court.  "Those 10 volunteers helped  save $1,500," Fitchell said of  not needing to hire a crew to  assemble the complicated looking playground.  The reason the playground  was located at Langdale Elementary is because the school is  the only public building in the  Electoral Area F community,  said school principal Ann  Skelcher, adding it has become  a thriving centre in the community, with the grounds, basketball court and playing field  being used until dusk almost  every day.  As for the upkeep of the  Adventure Playground, the community paid to have it installed  and the Sunshine Coast School  District will upkeep it.  Skelcher said the modern-  architecture-like playground is  "completely CSA (Canadian  Standards Association)  approved."  "As time goes by they keep  getting safer," Fitchell said,  pointing out bolt ends are rounded and capped to prevent children from getting "hung up" on  them.  Fitchell also praised the  efforts of Renco Cement and  Fiedler Brothers for the installation of the playground and  upgrade to the basketball court.  And there's no worry the new  playground won't be used as  evidenced by the continuous  crowd of children busily clambering over the structure���using  it lo fire their imaginations.  Coming ashore  Members of the Sechell Eagle Youth Council come Into shore with Up With People Thursday, afler  taking them for a tour In the 11 seat Mystic Spirit canoe. Up With People spent Wednesday and  Thursday taking in the sights of the Sunshine Coast and helping with community projects prior to  their Thursday and Friday shows for the Victim Witness Sendees Program. Joel Johnstone photo  First step toward progress  by Ian Cobb  They've agreed they will disagree.  While such a stalemate usually sounds the death knell of a  committee, it's a sign the Tetrahedron Local Resource Use Plan  (LRUP) committee is making  progress.  During a May 18 meeting at  the Sunshine Coast Forest District offices on Field Road in  Wilson Creek, the LRUP core  committee members, now  scratching into their fourth year  of debate and discussion regarding whether or not the Tetrahedron Plateau should be set aside  for protection under the provincial Protected Areas Strategy  Patty Dressler's Langdale Elementary School kindergarten class and  sors, officially opened the Adventure Playground May 19.  Christoper Bentley, with scis-  l.m Tobb pholo  (PAS), another decision was  reached.  Last week the LRUP agreed  to set aside the proposed Option  Six area, encompassing 88 per  cent of the LRUP study area, as  part of a proposal to PAS. They  then fell apart in their discussions  on what should be done with the  remaining 12 per cent of the  study area���yel agreed they  would never agree on what  should be done with the land.  "We can't reach an agreement  on it and we're going to go to the  public with a list of what we  agree on and what we don't agree  on and let the public review it,"  said core committee member  Barry Janyk.  A date for the public review  has yet to be set but Janyk said it  will likely happen during the  third or fourth week of June.  Janyk said the purpose of the  public review is to gather comments and recommendations,  possibly through a questionnaire.  The public will be party to the  vast supply of information  painstakingly gathered by LRUP  sub-committes and other sources  over the past four years.  Options for land use will be  presented to the public, with the  option of industrial activity in the  12 per cent land area not acceptable or acceptable and options  for which agency will manage  the area will also be provided.  Options include the Ministry of  Environment, Lands and Parks,  the Ministry of Forests, the Sunshine Coast Regional District, the  existing Integrated Watershed  Management Planning committee  (IWMP) or an IWMP that  includes representation from  community and environmental  organizations.  The LRUP agreed on the  statement that they're unable to  reach a consensus on how the  remaining 12 per cent portion of  the study area should be managed and whatever management  eventually takes place in the  Option Six area, should be well  planned and set up in a way that  gives optimum consideration I  potential impacts (positive i  negative) of the 12 per cent i  being coined "the contenlu  area."  They also agreed impacts on *  water quslity, quantity and timing of water flows, particularly ft  within the Gray Creek drainage, '  recreation values and opportunities available in the contentious  area, wildlife, biodiversity and  old growth values in the contentious srea and the resource  values contained in the adjoining  Option Six protected area proposal need to be carefully considered.  Items on which agreement  couldn't be reached include:  ��� Whether or not logging  should be permitted in the contentious area.  ��� Whether or not biodiversity  corridors running from the  Option Six area into the contentious area should be allowed.  ��� Whether or not the Chapman/Gray Creeks IWMP, in concert with the requirements of the  Forest Practices Code and related  legislation, should form the buis  for management decisions.  -�����.  _______  ____________y Coast News, May 23, 1994  Bfetritt of seclielt  P.O. Box 129,5545 Intel Avenue, SecheH B.C. V0N3AO Telephone (604) 685-1966 Fax:(604)885-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  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.  Committee Meeting Dates  May 1994  Environment Committee  Tuesday, May 24th, 1994 at 1:30 pm  "Planning CommlttM  Tuesday, May 31st, 1994 at 1:30 pm  Community Liaison  Wednesday, May 25th, 1994 at 2:30 pm to  followed by Economic Development  Committee  be J  "PLEASE NOTE CHANGE IN DATE FOR    |  PLANNING COMMITTEE MEETING |   I  Clip 'n* Sav  ���^  JOB OPPORTUNITY  R.CJ/LR SECHELT DETACHMENT  GENERAL SECRETARY  POSITION TITLE: General Sacntay  POSITION SUMMARY: This position  requires that the incumbent maintain a full  security clearance at all times. The  R.C.M.P. General Secretary reports to the  Staff Sergeant and is responsible for  providing reception.dispatching and clerical  support to the Sechelt detachment staff.  QUALIFICATIONS AND TRAINING:  Pass a Police Security check.  Possess good writing and oral skills  Possess high calibre of  organizational skills  Possess excellent typing, in the area  of 60 wpm, and dictaphone skills  Shorthand, or other recognized  minute-taking skills.  Knowledge and experience in word  processing.  Computer data entry  Ability to work without close  supervision  Ability to deal calmly with  emergency situations.  Adept at fostering and maintaining  good relations.  High School graduate, preferably  supplemented by a stenographic  course and two (2) years office  experience or equivalent  combination of education and  experience. Experience in Police  office environment preferable.  This is a Municipal Union position and is  subject to the terms and conditions of the  Collective Agreement with the B.C.  Government and Service Union, and any  modifying Memoranda of Understanding.  There is a three month probationary period.  This position is open to female and male  applicants.  The 1994 rate for this position is $15.64 per  hour.  Applications should be submitted by 4:00  pm, Wednesday, June 1st, 1994 to the  undersigned, marked "Confidential":  Staff Sergeant C. Reid  R.C.M.P.,  P.O. Box 188, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  FAX Number 885-9473  Sunshine Coast Arena  In Line Roftw Skating and Hockey  Friday's Program  7:00 - 8:30 pm Public Roller Skate  (General)  8:30 - 10:00pm Teen Skate  Dates: May 27,1994  June 3, 10, 17, 24, 1994  Saturday's Progrsm  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  Datss: May 28,1994  June 4, 11,18, 25,1994  : FULL GEAR is required for Scrub Hockey.  : NO rentals are available  : Scrub hockey rates sre $5.00 per person  : Public roller skates sre: Adults $3.00  Teens $2.75  Child $2.00  "OUR BLOCK 7"  Notice of Pi4mc Meeting  May 30,1994,6:30 pm - 9:00 pm  Rockwood Annex  The Mayor and Council of Sechelt  invite your input on the comprehensive  design elements and uses that could  be included in the development of  Sechelt's Block 7.  JOMUS  Sunshine Heights Owners  and Residents Association  NOTICE OF ANNUAL  GENERAL MEETING  Sunday, May 29th, 1994, at the  Seniors Hall, at 2:00 pm  Sechelt Village  Residents' Association  Wednesday, May 25th, 1994, at  Greenecourt Hall, at 7:00 pm  For information, call 885-5076  STUDY OF  The District of Sechelt has  commissioned an environmental  assessment to determine the feasibility  of constructing three sewer line routes  along the foreshore of the following  three locations:  (1) West Porpoise Bay from Cook  Creek to Snake Point;  (2) West Sechelt foreshore from  Shorncliffe Avenue (OL 1331)  westward to Lawson Road (OL  2338)  (3) Southeast Sechelt foreshore  from Trail Bay south to Mission  Point at Chapman Creek.  The environmental assessment work  will be conducted by Triton  Environmental Consultants Ltd. who  will be in our community over the period  of 18 to 31 May 1994. Triton will be  evaluating the proposed routes by  carrying out reconnaissance surveys as  well as interviews with interest groups,  other stakeholders and government  agencies. The purpose of the  interviews is to identify principal  environmental concerns such that the  assessment exercise is adequately  comprehensive for planning purposes.  Additional information on the  assessment process can be obtained  by contacting Mr. Rob Buchan or  Triton at 885-1986 at the District of  Sechelt. Any information considered  relevant to the study by the residents  and stakeholders would be welcomed  and can be forwarded to the District of  Sechelt, 5545 Inlet Avenue, P.O. Box  129, SecheH, B.C. VON 3A0  CANADA DAY PARADE  Morning of Friday, July 1st, 1994  For information,  participation or  volunteering:  CALL:  Ann Byrts,  Coordinator  ���t  886-8778  SECHELT CELEBRATION  DAY  Saturday, June 4th, 1994  Hackett Pale 11 *�� am -4:00 pm  Theme: "BAREFOOT IN THE PARK"  Including: Uve Stage  Square Dancing  Food Fair  Kids Games  Crazy Feet Contest  Baseball Tournament  Dance  Craft Booths  For more information....  For volunteering....  For booking a craft booth....  CALL: Ann Byres, Coordinator  ���t 8864778  news  Nancy Gaudry presents her case to Gibsons Town Council during a May 17 meeting in which a  throng or supporters of the produce stand appeared. Ian Cobb photo  Upholding the bylaw: Mayor  From page 1  voluntary compliance by the  owner of the property," Legg  said.  Mayor Eric Small said council  "is in no way trying to remove a  business from this town, but we  cannot close our eyes to an illegal structure that was put up  without a permit.  After the readings were  passed, councillor John McNevin  remarked, "I regret the necessity." And Small added, "Absolutely." Their comments were  received with an outburst of  laughter from the people in attendance.  During inquiries, Gaudry  pleaded with council, "Why are  you so stuck in your position?"  Small responded, "I consider  it the responsibility of this council to uphold the bylaws on the  books. We're not allowed to turn  a blind eye to things."  Gaudry also asked council  why they leveled "threatening  intimidations to Karl and Otto  (land/building owner)? The stand  will come down on Friday  because of his (Otto's) fears" of  the town.  As for the business and land  owners, Small noted tne absence  of Schroers and the unnamed  land owner as "interesting."  Councillor John McNevin  also pointed out the issue of the  lack of liability insurance and "if  the building falls on somebody,  the town is liable."  When someone in the crowd  asked if the town had received  any public complaints on the  stand, Small said, "Not that I am  aware of."  And when someone shouted,  "You guys are working for us,  we should be working together,"  the mayor smiled and replied,  "This is not a popularity contest,  believe me."  The issue of the council having a "hidden agenda" was also  broached on a couple of occasions.  Keith Thirkell, angered by the  proceedings, said he was  "smelling a little bit of a hidden  agenda" and admonished council  for "stifling" business owners  from gearing toward "great  opportunities" to tap into the  ever-growing tourist market.  Another man said he sensed  "big double speak," regarding the  town appreciating the business  community but not working with  Ihem.  Small replied, "I'm not  accepting that."  Architect lays out park options  by Ian Cobb  Right smack dab in the middle of Lower Gibsons is a park  waiting to happen.  Options and ideas for the 1.6-  acre Gibsons Landing Waterfront Park were explained to  about 30 interested residents the  evening of May 18 at the Marine  Room in the Gibsons Public  Library.  "If there's some way to pay  homage to the past, we'd like to  try and do that," said landscape  architect Brian Guzzi, of Guzzi,  Perry and Associates Inc., the  firm hired by the lown to design  a park at the site, located across  Gower Point Road from the  library and town hall.  Guzzi said the park will be  something that should "evolve  over time" and is ideally located, between the two main commercial zones of Lower Gibsons.  The design for the park  "should be flexible enough" to  accommodate   a   variety   of  changes that may take place at  and around the site, he said,  adding it should also be "predominantly a green, open space  with significant and dramatic  views."  Guzzi, through the use of  colourful charts and layouts,  explained 16 design principles  they have compiled, many with  the aid of public input received  from open meetings held in late  1993.  The principles include: Vital  waterfront; local not regional  emphasis; minimize not maximize parking; strong community  linkages; build on historic features; design for the whole community; orient the park to the  water; improve park edges; variety and diversity to the waterfront; revitilize stream; recognize the site microclimate; safe  park design; recognize pedestrian desire lines; looped pedestrian paths; small gathering of sitting areas; coordinated site furniture.  FREE  film or  2nd set  of prints  with each film developed  1 hour photos  5x7 print* 991     Buy  Trade-Rent  Sega or Super  Nintendo  113-5711 Teredo Street, Seclielt 885-2882  "We incorporated what we  thought were the 10 most basic  points we thought people wanted," said Gibsons town councillor John McNevin, heading the  waterfront park committee.  "This is going to be Ihe heart  and soul of Gibsons for years to  come," he said of the eventual  park.  Guzzi said the park design  should take into account its location between the two commercial areas and with the library  green space across the road.  The park "takes in Ihe whole  civic precinct," he said.  "One of the challenges you'll  have as a town is how to connect  all these individual pieces," he  said, noting the downlown revi-  tilization plan should also pay  attention to what happens at the  park.  The Gibsons Landing Revi-  lilization Committee recommended and town council agreed  May 17 to award the $30,000  Gibsons Landing Concept Plan  and Facade Improvement Guidelines to Don Vaughan Ltd.  Coun. McNevin said a "couple" more public meetings will  be held to allow residents and  others to input ideas into what  they would eventually like to see  developed at the proposed park.  Make advertising  easier with  Network Classified Ads  Network Classifieds are seen  in 108 community papers,  that's a combined circulation  of over 1.7 million.  Get great results.  Call this paper today at:  66-6-2622 or 655-3930  or call (604)669-9222.  f  CEO news  Coast News, May 23, 1994  MB<Mfeut��t'��'  GLASS  c^cxndJjloi  wn  ^^>  IGA  Wilson  Creek  Plaza  ���SECHELT  GIBSONS ���  SHOWROOM OPEN TUES.-SAT. 10-5  1650 FIELD ROAD, WILSON CREEK ��� 885-2125  Joan Pratt of Sechelt's Food Bank lets Neil Clayton of Clayton's Heritage Market load up donations Thursday during the biggest day of  contributions the Food Bank has seen.  Joel Johnstone photo  Food bank feeds record numbers  More people are being served while less  money and food is being donated to the  Sechelt Food Bank.  The food bank had its biggest day ever  May 18, wilh 213 people served���including  IS new clients.  Compounded wilh the rising numbers of  people using the services of the food bank is a  drop in donations of food and money for the  time of year, said food bank coordinator Joan  Pratt.  "Basically, we're out of food," Pralt said.  "Normally, we have some food left after a  food bank day, but this time we're right out of  meat and almost right out of staples. The  freezers are bare and the shelves are almost  'the increasing numbers of  clients are stretching our  resources to the limit'  -Joan Pratt  bare, except for a few cans."  The numbers of people using the food  bank have risen from an average of 130  clients at each twice-monthly food bank session, she said.  "While we would hesitate to think that  anyone would abuse the service, the increasing numbers of clients are stretching our  resources to the limit," Pratt said.  The Sechelt Food Bank is wholly funded  by donations from individuals and businesses,  she said, naming IGA stores, Supervalu and  Clayton's Heritage Market as exceptionally  generous.  Donations to the food bank may be made  at Community Services, the sponsoring agency of the food bank, at 5638 Inlet Avenue or  to Box 1069, Sechelt. Donations of food and  money can also be made at Clayton's Heritage Market and donation cans are located  around town.  Province allocates hospital's budget  by Ian Cobb  St. Mary's Hospital has been  waiting for nearly two months  for their annual budget allocation from the provincial government.  Health minister Paul Ramsey  announced May 16 that letters  outlining the budget allocations  had been sent to provincial hospital boards. And it's about time,  said St. Mary's Hospital administrator Ted Wright.  "It's been long overdue getting this information," he told the  Coast News.  Anticipating the budget allocations since March, Wright and  the hospital board have been  hanging on a fear that the  Sechelt-based facility could end  up facing a deficit in excess of  $500,000 in 1994/95.  And planning for the upcoming year hasn't been easy not  knowing what they'll have to  work wilh, Wright said.  "We can plan up to a point  and we have to stop and wait.  You have to guess at the size of  the problems. We've put things  on hold since the end of March."  Wright said he couldn't  divulge any information���yet���  regarding the contents of the letter because he has to speak to the  hospital board first and then hospital employees before he could  speak to the media.  We've put things on  bold since the end  of March  -Ted Wright  A ministry news release  states that budget letters contain  funding allocations ranging  from minus one per cent to  around four per cent and the  allocations depend on "how  appropriately beds were utilized, whether population in the  community had increased and  how efficiently clinical  resources were used."  Ramsey said, "We recognize  that for some hospitals the current budget allocation may present some difficulties. However,  through the hospital funding initiative we are prepared lo provide  some additional bridge funding to  set these hospitals on a firm  financial footing."  The budget letters are also  alleged to emphasize the need for  increased efficiency and planning and outlines targets such as  a 10 per cent cut in administration and-support over the next  two years, better use of clinical  resources, such as a reduction in  overnight admittance before  elective surgeries, better coordination and planning between  hospitals and other health agencies and a requirement of hospitals to not reduce service levels  before approaching the ministry  and others in the health care  community.  As for how hospitals can be  run more efficiently, Ramsey  said a cut in overnight stays for  tests before elective surgery can  be done on an outpatient basis  and noted how studies at three  unnamed hospitals in the  province have shown 20 to 50 per  cent of the patients taking up bed  space did not belong in the hospital.  "Meeting these expectations  may be difficult for some hospitals, but hospitals across Canada  are having to work toward these  '. standards," Ramsey $d, m |)uoi  Retirement Income Planning  SEMINAR ^  Answering important questions:       ^ffr  *t What income choice do 1 have?  ��� How do 1 reduce taxes to my  estate?  ��� How do I get the most from my  pensions and retirement savings?  Presented by  Lawrence K. Chambers, CLU  TUESDAY, MAY 31 at 7 p.m.  at the Frank West Community Hall  1246 Chaster Rd, Gibsons  Admission is free but seating is limited. Please pre-register by calling  Allison Forbes at 886-9111 between 8:30am and 12:30pm weekdays.  CHAMBERS  PLANNING SERVICES LTD  DID YOU KNOW?  Community newspaper readership has grown by  1,371,000 English adults in the past five years.  -   I  Court date set for suspected arsonist  noiBiv laqua ���  i  I]   I ��� iifluJH ^onegiewe i |  3M/Coast News Coach of the year nomination form   Sport: ���  Name of coach:  Nominated by:.  Phone:  Coach must be a Sunshine Coast resident.  PImss provide in explanation why this coach should bs selected as coach of the year.  Also, provide some background info on the coach and their achievements. Deadline for  submissions Is June 23,1994. Msll to Box 460 Gibsons, VON 1V0 or drop them oft et either  the Sechelt or the Gibsons Coaat News office.  A Sunshine Coast man charged with arson will  appear before the BC Supreme Court in Vancouver  next month for judgement in the case.  Darryl James Brisbin, 24, is scheduled to make  the appearance June 14 before the BC Supreme  Court after a lengthy, nine-day trial wrapped up in  the same court last week.  Brisbin was tried before Supreme Court Justice  D.H. Vickers on three counts of arson endangering  life.  A publication ban issued by the court prevents  the Coast News from publishing any further details  of Ihe case.  Brisbin was arrested in Sechelt last year and,  after making a brief appearance before Sechelt  Provincial Court, was released on $6,000 bail.  Bernadette's i_  GALLERIES^  proudly presents  3 new print releases by  Liz Mitten-Ryan  winner of the 1995 B.C. Wildlife  Federation Artist of the Year Award  fcfo^VC!  "Companions"  WOLVES  "First Spring"  WOLF CUBS  "A. A .AWE" Sea Otters  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK* MON-SAT 10-5 ��� SUN NOON-5  GIBSONS PARK PLAZA ��� 8864498  NRVIGBIJ  TO A HIGH6R  IXPOSIT AAT���.  OWISf TH���  CAAIBfKAN.  Navigate $5000*  of *new money* to Sumhine Coaat  Credit Union between May 9tn  ���ml )uly Sth, l*M,andwt'll  mdjm )rou to ��� 7 V bontn  Intuit ���et* on * on�� j**r  tmOA*m*n Ijmiii Mpotit.  Vou could win  a Caribbean Cruise worth  approximately $S000, or you  could win one of three $500  cash prlies. One wM be awarded at each branch. For every  $1000 deposited you receive one  entry form. Tha more you  deposit, the greater your  chances of winning.  m\    loast Credit Union  Gibsons Branch  Sumhine Coast Hwy.  Tel. 686-8121  Pender Harbour  Branch  Madeira Park Rd.  Tet. 883-9531  Sechelt Branch  Teredo St  Tel. 885-32SS  at those funds you have elsewhere. Navigate them over to  Sunshine Coast Credit Union.  We __Q have more to offeri  Visit any branch of Sunshine  Coast Credit Union for  complete contest details.  ' 15000 mmiwn rrqurtd to mtun* bonus rate.  (1000 rtwwnarr* rtquwd 10 tnttr pntt drum.  T*w mpnej' rrp��wno fundi not atntttOf on  drftttt ot S(W tar n u-tfM ��< hormy  Crvttm pr<��M��d by.  CMM MUDMI-NNMM COAIT  HIT Wharf, Sechelt. Tel. BI5-I?44  'tikm  your Crvitt Vocation Store'  NORWEGIAN  ________m_______m Coast News, May 23, 1994  opinion  It's time province  acknowledged growing  presence of Coast  In a short time Sunshine Coast residents will likely  hear about some unwanted changes to St. Mary's Hospital.  While hospital officials can't comment, yet, on the  recently handed down 1994/95 budget allocation from the  Ministry of Health���it's safe to assume they aren't planning additions of any kind.  Hospital officials and board members have been sitting  on pins and needles for two months, waiting for the bad  news. Making matters worse, they haven't known how  bad the bad news will be. "How much less are we going  to get?" they've been wondering.  However, there's a tiny light glimmering in Victoria in  the description of whether or not the hospital will get a  minus one per cent budget allocation or a four per cent  increase in funding. That light is in Health Minister Paul  Ramsey and his pack of number crunchers' declaration  that budget allocations have been factored on such things  as how appropriately beds were utilized this past year and  whether the population of the community is growing.  Click.  The Sunshine Coast is growing so fast our numerous  governments are in a constant quandary as to how to  accommodate the masses, through services, available  land, industrial-zoned land and facilities.  We're told by Sunshine Coast-Powell River MLA Gordon Wilson and North Island-Sunshine Coast MP John  Duncan that they're constantly working to make the powers that be aware that we're here.  So, does this mean St. Mary's will be considered for a  four per cent increase because of our growth rate? How  about being considered for it because we can simply see  the lights of Vancouver, that great usurper of rural British  Columbia's piece of the varied ministerial pies, shimmering on the other side of Howe Sound?  The Sunshine Coast Provincial Emergency Program is  currently trying to find a place to store a 200-bed  M*A*S*H style field hospital in the event a tectonic plate  drops somewhere off the coast, bestowing catastrophe  upon our peninsula and elsewhere. Why? The hospital  isn't big or well equipped enough to deal with a massive  influx of business that an earthquake would provide. Now  while we can't expect our hospital to be pumped up into a  super facility, we must expect things from the government  as we grow.  We^e a location beneath the great commuters microscope. Our government also has to become aware of this  and start helping us prepare for the masses fleeing the  hyper-expensive craziness of the Lower Mainland.  Dream on.  "While hospitals face certain fiscal challenges this year  I am confident our new approach to hospital funding will  ensure we maintain the same high quality health care the  people of this province have come to expect," Paul Ramsey said, offering a thick smearing of cheese to cover up  the wounds his ministry and government are about to  inflict on St. Mary's and other health care facilities.  Click. The light just went out���smashed by deserved  cynicism.  Meanwhile, millions of dollars have been pumped into  a ferry that will sail between Seattle and Victoria.  Talk about priorities.  letters  Dog too old to be wild  While relieving in the Emergency Room of St. Mary's on  Thursday, May 12 I had a telephone conversation with a lady  seeking information regarding  dog bites - specifically damage  done to clothing and skin when  a dog chews a human limb. As  a younger registered nurse, I  had the privilege to work for  over four years with an excellent veterinarian in North Vancouver. I fell relatively comfortable addressing her concerns. The lady wondered how  evident different bites would  be, if skin could be broken, if  clothing weren't lorn and if an  abdominal wound would show  if a dog chewed a man's stomach.  I informed her thai a dog  could make a puncture wound  in the skin without visible damage lo a jacket, although it was  doubtful, but actual tearing by a  dog's teeth would produce skin  and tissue damage, possible  bleeding and probable tearing  of clothing. When I inquired  about the victim's age and  obvious wounds, she answered  that it was an adult male and if  I took Ihe lime lo read the May  9 article "Dog bites doggone  reporter," I'd understand.  I replied lhat I had read the  article She staled that her dog  was the alleged culprit. She  said that her dog's over 10  years of age, virtually toothless  and practically crippled - she  has one knee replacement and  soon will have another. I sug  gested she have Ihe "victim"  seen by a doctor. She said lhat  she'd tried - but he refused.  Something doesn't correlate  - someone's not giving the true  story here.  I have no axe to grind. I'd  just like lo point oul the obvious: every story has two sides.  I'd hate to think an innocent  animal is being accused. How  can we get to the truth here?  P. MACQUEEN, RN  Madeira Park  Desire to keep retail  flavour  The front page article in the  May 12 Weekender and your  editorial on Ihe same subject on  page six, the same issue, has  brought to my mind a comment  or Iwo regarding the Coast  stores, and particularly the area  of the waterfront in Lower Gibsons.  All the merchants, up and  down the Coast, should be  complimented for slaying in  business during the slow sales  months of the winter.  Maybe some upgrading  would be helpful, as you have  suggested, although the produce markets do have many  modern features, such as being  able to fax in orders and have  them delivered the same day,  beginning to include a few  organic items bul we still want  to retain the flavour of a "little  fishing village."  A friend of mine in Vancouver tells me that not only does  he shop for some boating supplies at Gibsons, but also buys  clothing items, which he finds  more interesting than some  available to him in Vancouver.  Let us try lo support all the  Coast stores, as much as we are  able to do so, but particularly  keeping in mind the waterfront  at Gibsons and what it means to  us as a unique tourist attraction.  D. ALLEGRA GROUT  Granthams Landing  Organic stand important  The following teller was  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coest News  Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.  VON 1V0  addressed lo Gibsons mayor  Eric Small and a copy was  made available to the Coast  News for publication.  I am writing to you in  regards to the organic vegetable  stand in Lower Gibsons that is  owned by Nancy Gaudry.  I feel the lown is being  extremely unreasonable and  would appear lo be exercising  petty power. This stand is very  attractive and adds a country  flavour to Lower Gibsons, it is  hardly unsafe and the parking,  that your building inspector is  going on about, is not safe to  back out onto the road. I drive a  big car and I cannot turn  around in that lot.  I resent the dictatorial attitude that has been taken in this  case and ask that the town  reconsider their position and  allow this very important vegetable stand to remain.  I might add thafTStounafcle  to eat vegetables thai have been  sprayed and il is a wopderful  business that Nancy has going,  not just for health reasons but  for the health of our earth. It  would be a far better use of  time, money and energy if the  town looked at planting flowers  and garbage cans and hired  people to look after same than  bothering a person who is contributing to our small community-  SUZANNE DUNKERTON  Gibsons  More letters, page 6  Strong stand on lean-to should make council listen  There comes a time when bygones should be  bygones.  I'm talking about the issue of Nancy Gaudry's  organic produce stand and the ongoing battle  between her, a growing number of supporters and  the Town of Gibsons.  If you're unclear on the issue, Gaudry has had to  move from her location on Gower Poinl Road, in a  lot beside Variety Foods, to a smaller place in front  of the specialty foods slore and deli.  The reason being is Gaudry. who operates the  stand under the business licence of Variety Foods  owner Karl-Heinz Schroers, has been nailed for nol  having a building permit for the lean-to stand from  under which she has sold chemical free veggies and  fruits for over three years  As well as lhal issue, the town has told her the  site on which the stand is located is needed for  parking, as outlined in the (owns parking bylaws.  Also, she has let her insurance run oul and thai, said  lown councillor John McNevin during a May 17  town council meeling, in which aboul 30-40 vociferous supporters confronted council on their decisions to yank the lean-to down, is the most serious  point.  "What if the lean-to fell down on someone, and  they sued us for Sl.S million?" McNevin asked,  thereby becoming the only member of council or  the town administration to make ihe slightest bit of  sense.  In the middle  Ian cobb  Liability in such a case would come out of the structed building on privale lands," which passed  tax-payers pocket and, sheesh, we'd be ticked at the first, second and third reading May 17. It will  town for their inability to keep abreast of things. As become law and destructo-humans will be given  a lawyer friend of mine often hisses, it's always legal tidings to march onlo the property with tools  good to have your butt covered.  Mayor Eric Small,  appearing a tad bit uncomfortable with the angry,  frustration-procuring proceedings, wanted everyone  lo know lhal the town is  merely enforcing its  bylaws.  And that if also a good  Council probably  feels Uke they're  twixt a rock and a  hard place in this  issue.  of demolition, likely the  day afler the next council  meeting, when the final  reading is passed.  During the council  meeting, supporters of  Nancy's stand, waxing  from flustered/blustered lo  cool, calm and somewhat-  collected, asked Small and  the councillors, sans Ted  point. Bylaws are made to be obeyed. However, Hume, "why can't you work with us instead of  they can also be changed, as they can be suddenly against us?"  created, such as Enforcement Bylaw 727, "a bylaw        In other words, if council is so supportive of  to provide for the demolition of an illegally con- small businesses in Gibsons, why are they threaten  ing to revoke Schroers business licence and to alter  for the worse Nancy's produce section of Variety  Foods?  They say a precedent will be set on the parking  end of things. If they let Karl off the hook regarding parking requirements, they'll have to l��t everyone off the hook.  And maybe that wouldn't be such a bad idea.  Maybe it's time council re-visited their parking  bylaws and perhaps such locations as Molly's  Reach and Ihe old Shell station could be put to  quicker use.  Council probably feels like they're twixt a rock  and a hard place in this issue. They're looking at a  damned if you do, damned if you don'l dilemma.  But the benefits of Nancy's stand, Schroers longtime business and the peace of mind of the 63 or  more people (many prominent business people) who  signed a petition, passed around by Janet Webb and  John De Kleer over a five to six hour period, is more  important than whether or not council makes Ihe  point���"We're sticking by our decision."  After all, who is il council and lown employees  work for?  Had no one kicked up a fuss but Nancy, il would  make complete sense for council to go ahead with  their plans, but there's a great many people angry  with their actions and demanding they reconsider.  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Premier Mike Harcourt musl  feel the uncomfortable political  sensation of being stretched on  Ihe rack of polarized opinion as  he launches yel another forestry  initiative, Ihe $2 billion Foresl  Renewal Plan.  Lincoln fought and won a war  to abolish slavery. Mr. Harcourl,  by contrast, is fighting the political battle of his life to maintain  status quo forestry in B.C. The  most important Ihing in the world,  his government's re-election, is  dependent upon a healthy economy. A healthy economy is dependent upon uninterrupted forest  industry prosperity.  The Forest Renewal Plan is bul  the last of a long series of government programs designed lo bandage the symptoms of the fundamental B.C. forestry problem:  continuing sustained yield (tree  cropping) degradation of B.C.  forests. The infamous Option  Three of the leaked cabinet plan  ning secretariat Forest Sector  Strategy recommends not implementing major changes in forestry  while still appearing to lake  action.  The Forest Renewal Plan follows the Commission on  Resources and the Environment  (CORE), the Timber Supply  Review, the Protected Areas  Strategy and the Provincial Biodiversity Strategy. Each deals ineffectually with one symptom of the  continuing unacknowledged disease. John Ralston Saul  (Voltaire's Bastards) could have  used Mr. Harcourt's forestry programs as an example of current  management policies that ignore,  marginalize or bracket decisions  from history, practical limitations  or ecological constraints.  CORE managed to convince  people that the shallowest talks  show caller is a stakeholder with a  voice that should be heard: "Hey,  what about my job?" The Timber  Supply Review is moving considerably slower than the price of  lumber futures.  Although the annual allowable  cut (AAC) of each forest region is  supposedly to be reduced to  return to chimerical timber sustainability, the total B.C. AAC  actually increased by more than  10 per cent in 1993 and will prob  ably increase again this year.  The Protected Areas and Biodiversity Strategies are a bad joke  ��� a too little, too late unscientific  attempt at preserving select fragmented bits and pieces, a museum  strategy. Even if B.C. moves from  the five per cent rock and snow  parks allocation to the 12 per cent  of all ecosystems proposed, that  still leaves 88 per cent of the  province open to continuing  degradation. The recently released  landmark report, Biodiversity in  B.C., laments the lack of a land  ethic to protect biodiversity  endangered by sustained yield  management.  The Forest Practises Code is  perhaps the only process that will  eventually do anything but put  more government advertising in  our mailboxes in that it actually  engages the problem. The Code  may make for a friendlier, nicer  forestry but it remains firmly  within Ihe old tree farming management. Problems of degraded  forest ecosystems and consequent  fear for the future of forests in  B.C. and, therefore confrontation,  will continue.  Now we have Forest Renewal.  Silviculture Contractors Association president Dirk Brinkman's  comments about loggers  treeplanting are the humourous  truth. Council of Forest Industry  president Mike Apsey's comments about a stabilized, even  expanding AAC are not so funny.  Where will the $2 billion come  from? From stumpage ��� we'll  create more degraded forests and  clearcut more future jobs to pay  for workers leaning on shovels for  union wages.  The Forest Renewal bottom  line is continued status quo  forestry. As with all of the other  NDP governments hopes and  dreams, this plan is predicated  upon continuing undiminished  revenues from forestry even  though anybody cognizant of the  history and ecological problems  with sustained yield tree farming  knows that B.C. must make a  major dislocating transition to a  truly sustainable forestry.  Lincoln bit the bullet. His  country survived to prosper. Mike  Harcourt will be remembered, if  al all, as an example of the impotence of late 20th century politics.  Each year's continuing forest  management clearcuts future  wealth creation and prosperity.  More to the point, Mr. Harcourt's  dithering risks much more. His  government's frantic inaction  endangers a temperate rainforest  which is a pillar of the ecosphere,  the basis for all life on earth.  "Help  yourself  by letting  me help  you."  WEmt-i  J__��____ W '���:  Brian Ahlsten  886-0562  COASTWIDE REALTY  8850505  f  CLEAR THE AIR  Reduce air pollution  from residential wood smoke  and auto emissions with tips  from your Lung Association.  B.C. Lllllg Association Boi 34009. Suiion D, Vancouver. B C VW 4M2  IA di rnisine spate Jmuiled hy this puhHi-alum I  Little Caesar lives, and  lives  What a pity there isn't the  same rule for editorials as there  is for letters to the editor, i.e.  that the name of the author  should be included.  If this were so, I would be  able to confirm my suspicion  that the author of the editorial  "Education admin cuts falling in  the wrong places," (May 9) is  actually a reincarnation of  Edward G. Robinson attempting  a reprise of his "Little Caesar"  role. It certainly sounds like  him!  "Yeah, we'll take all the big  bucks, see? And we'll get rM of  the big guyi, right? ThenWIl  give the bucks to the little gtjs  and turn them into new big  guys. Do you sec? Mmmm?"  Where, dear "Little Caesar,"  have you been? Witching too  many reruns? Your editorial  offers nothing except recycled,  uninformed pap.  Instead of bringing up the  rear, how about moving into the  vanguard with a creative, well-  researched piece on the comparative training, responsibilities,  stresses and rewards, of people  in the management positions of  larger employment groups on  the Coast such as the school district, the mill, the hospital, the  regional district and the town  offices?  You might discover that the  roles of school board administrators are significant ones and  that the compensation they  Serving Mariners Since 1968  uccaneer  Marina & Resort Ltd.  PARTS  ��� marine hardware ��� open 7 days a week 8 am-5 pm  ��� marine ways to 36' * free u-launch boal ramp  ��� yard trailer haul-out service lo28' ��� hull painting and power washing  WARRANTEED MERCURY DEALER  SECRET COVE  at-**-*, mm      A*mm .-* -* -* SERVICE  885-7888  SALES  Enjoy the  boating season nowl  fnsttw"sj  receive is in line with other  groups that have more than 400  employees and who service  4,000 customers.  Better still, how about writing a piece that inspires educational reform, starting with the  dissolution of the provincial  school board system? The power  of the trustees of B.C. has deteriorated to the point where we  are left with an irrelevant,  archaic and highly politicized  system of governance, albeit  one that still has some conscientious and hard-working members. Why not speed up the process so we can save what's left  of the system, a system, incidentally that was once on the  world's best. If you are sincere  in looking for legitimate ways to  refocus the education dollars,  why not explore the possibility  of transferring most of the  remaining decision-making  responsibility to the parents,  communities and staffs of the  individual schools? We could  then eliminate a huge chunk of  administrative costs by amalgamating existing school districts  into larger regions with reduced  numbers of political and management personnel.  Best of all, rather than using  your pen to incite arguments  between those in the education  system, use your power to suggest that all your fellow "Little  Caesars" refrain from blaming  each other long enough to look  at the bigger picture of what's  happening in the provincial  empire.  COLLEEN ELSON  Gibsons  Concert helps  The recent Rick Scott concert  on April 23 at Elphinstone  School brought first-class family entertainment to the Sunshine  Coast and was a successful  fund-raiser for the Parent-Tot  Drop-In program.  Many people worked together to make this event happen. I  would like to extend my thanks  to the Drop-In staff, parents and  volunteers who planned, orga  nized and provided hours of  manual labour; Investor's Group  Financial Services Inc., Clayton's Heritage Market and Gibsons Realty for their financial  assistance.  My thanks also to SuperValu,  Wilson Creek IGA and Gibsons  IGA for donating refreshments  and finally to local businesses  who served as tickets outlets:  Pastimes, Sayward Books,  Roberts Creek General Store,  Grandma's Toy Box, Coast  Books, Scott's Music and Second Wave.  We also appreciated the  advance coverage given by your  newspaper.  THERESEEGAN  Coordinator, Community  Services Society  Too sharp a tone used  Quite a stir has been kicked  up in the news lately regarding  whether our local business community is ready to tackle the  demands that our consumers are  insisting upon.  Some of the comments that  were made (May 12 "Weekender") were perhaps unfair, but  they are indicative of the level  of expectations that our public  demands.  Businesses are rightly smarting from the comments. But as  our businesses sometimes fail to  read our customers properly, I  can assume the Coast News  meant to drive home the point  that our retail sector is still a  long way from being able to  fully address the demands of our  community, and in so doing,  used too sharp a tone.  A few comments on the concerns.  First, I would comment that  the business communities  (should) stop their incessant  complaining of competition  among themselves. Wake upl  We are already competing  against formidable businesses in  the city, and it is offering our  locals a better level of service  that is going to keep our money  on the Coast.  We could start by letting our  communities know what services and products are available,  and that as an entire region we  likely offer as much and at as  reasonable a price as you could  find in the city.  Second, the hours of operation that our retail community  exists under, while reasonable in  the winter, do not reflect the  level of service with which consumers from larger communities  are familiar.  Most retailers on the Coast  should seriously consider  expanding their hours during  summer months. Remember, our  community's size has been  known to triple' in those months  so, as the saying goes, "make  hay when the hay-making is  good."  Finally, I would comment  that the level of service that is  attainable on the Coast is limited by "economy of scale." This  means that our retail community  does not get the benefit of low-  cost, volume purchasing. This  makes it very difficult to compete with those businesses in the  city that do.  The only way for our existing  community to be able to afford  to offer more is for the consumers to spend more money on  the Coast. This is a catch-22.  Ultimately, it is the business  owners who must recognize the  demands of the consumers and  react, but by keeping their purchases on the Coast, the consumers are going to get the  long-term benefits they so dearly want.  In finishing, it seems that  while it is always easy to criticize, it is appropriate we strive  to keep our input productive and  work together to find mutually  beneficial solutions.  I am confident the Coast  News is aware of these principles and will be a willing part of  elevating our business community to new levels.  GORDON CLAYTON  Sechelt  More letters, page 7  CLIP & SAVE  El BCKRies Schedule  886-2242  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  Laava Langdale  620 am       2:30  830 4:30 pm  10:30 6:30  1226pmM 8:2011  Laava Horseshoe Bav  mMeWmMW** i t���tn fVillVf \m>*M*f  7:30 am 3:30  9:30 M 6:30 pm  11:30 7:2511  1:18 pm 6:18  EARLS COVE ��� SALTERY BAY  LaavsEartaCwa Laava SaMary Bay  6:40am      4:30pm     5:45ot    3:a0pm  8:20 W0 7:35        5:30 H  1030 M0 9;30M      7:J0  12:25 pmM   10--20M     nx       fM  ��� ���-���  Sunnycmt Malt, Hwy. 101, Gfc��m, ��.C.  Sat-2277 (24 houn) Tol Free (Van): M2-1S13 Fuc IM-37S3  ��� ��� ��� ��� ��� ma ��� ��� ���'��� ���������<��� Um ������������������������������������  Steve Sawyer  �������������������������������������  tr-.-cr-rr - Coast News, May 23, 1994  news  Publisher  wins book  awards  Harbour Publishing in Pender Harbour picked up two  awards earlier in the month at  the BC Book Prizes for ils  books Fishing for a Living and  Some Become Flowers.  Fishing for a Living by Alan  Haig-Brown won the Bill  Duthie Booksellers' Choice  Award ��� an award publisher  Howard While considers "the  best prize for a publisher to  win."  Haig-Brown's book chronicles the lively culture and history of fishing on the West Coast  of B.C. ��� the result of the  author's life long interest in the  topic.  Another Harbour title, Some  Become Flowers by Sharon  Brown, received the Hubert  Evans Non-Fiction Prize.  The book is an intimate  memoir in which the author  recalls the pains and rewards of  caring for her terminally ill  mother at home over the course  of a winter.  Of this award, White said  he's "very gratified." The company took a chance on a book  about death and dying but "it  was so well done, we wanted to  publish it."  White added he was particularly pleased to win a prize  named in honour of the respected Sunshine Coast author  Hubert Evans.  Although originally nominated for six awards ��� including  one for White's own book of  poetry "The Ghost in the Gears"  ��� the company is pleased with  the two wins.  "It was a great evening for  the Sunshine Coast and a great  way to celebrate our 20th year  in publishing," White said.  Other award-winners at the  Book Prizes were Nisga'a  (Nisga'a tribal Council/ Douglas and Mclntyre) edited by  Alex Rose for the Roderick  "ttMg-Wtitofl'RfctJiotM'WIie;  ' *m Gathering: Stones'Pdir The  Medicine Wheel (Polestar) by  Gregory Scofield for the  Dorothy Livesay Poetry Prize;  White Jade Tiger (Beach  Holme) by Julie Lawson for the  Sheila A. Egoff Children's Literature Prize; and Bad Imaginings (Porcupine's Quill) by Caroline Adderson for the Ethel  Wilson Fiction Prize.  RCMP says  vehicles not  measuring up  Sechelt RCMP Highway  Patrol laid 31 charges and  issued S3 warnings during a  roadside safety inspection May  17 at Burton Road and Highway  101 in Gibsons.  The RCMP were assisted in  their check by Motor Vehicle  Branch Inspectors and weigh-  masters and about 300 vehicles  were checked���with about 28  per cent of all the vehicles registering various infractions.  Constable Kelly Watson  reported, "Of the commercial  vehicles checked it was noted  lhat operators and owners  appear to be making an effort to  improve the condition of their  vehicles as infractions found  were noticeably down."  However, private vehicles  were another matter, he said.  "Privale vehicles checked  were found to have some serious defects. Private vehicle  owners and operators are  reminded that their vehicles are  subject to close scrutiny al these  inspections and will be removed  from the road if they have serious mechanical defects and  charges may also result from  operation of these vehicles."  Walson said drivers, and  especially, drivers of older  model vehicles, should make  sure Iheir vehicles are properly  licenced and insured and in  good mechanical condition.  "The driver is ultimately  responsible and may be charged  for any of these problems," he  warned.  NeW- Check out  Artist of the month display  Clearance specials continue  Many new books in stock  Sunshine Coast  March for Jesus - June 25  Too new to criticize  I am one of those thoughtless  and lazy business owners and  after living in Sechelt for 37  years and being in business for  18 years, I am so glad someone  like you comes around and tells  me I am doing il all wrong. I  only hope you won't knock on  my door soon to pay your wages  and rent with my advertising dollar.  I wonder what you Ihink, but  not write, about those businesses  who still advertise with your  paper?  And by the way, you can't cut  someone's head off and put it  back on again - it won't fit the  same!  Your unsophisticated, tacky,  junk shop owner  MARGARET HUMM  Marlee Fashions  Horse support  Just a few lines in support of  Jeanine Ellingham, (Horse sense  needed, May 5) an equestrian  coach experiencing difficulty  with motorists careening past her  horse.  There is no escape from the  fact of life that as a small community grows, it evolves from a  relaxed community to take on  the character of more heavily  populated areas.  The average person, totally  intent on hurrying to his or her  destination, doesn't spend time  pausing to smell the flowers or  considering folks on horseback  and likely doesn't understand  animals anyway.  Most are unaware of the  unpredictable nature of horses.  I believe that we human  beings were created in the image  of God, before sin defaced the  character of mankind and that  only by looking up to a power  outside ourselves, to our creator,  we may be transformed to caring  individuals, respectful of the  interests, the rights and privileges of our neighbours.  JEANM.CLEARY  Seclielt  from  LA-Z-BOY           Canada L��nrted Canada Lmiee  .   .   MAKING   YOUR   HOME   COMPLETE  Brenda's Cuts'n'Curls  Total family hair care  PERMS ��� CUTS ��� COLORS  ��� Reasonable Rates ���  ftmU * rt^fy-lfcti**.  open Mon-Sat 9-5 8fi6.4ft(K  851 Hwy 101, Gibsons      ��HHiBU&  IfSfl NATIONAL  I NRS CIBSONS MAITY IIP. ��� AN INDEPENDENT MEMBER BROKER^  Thinking of  selling your borne  orproperty?  MARKET  EVALUATION  For success through  QUALITY service.  Call Sharon Simmons  886-8877 office  886-3051 res  Banu!n�� LA-Z-BOY quality at  genuine sale prices. Features  the famous LA-Z-BOY life time  mechanism warranty.  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With every FS 36 or  FS 56 trimmer purchased  between April 1 and July  31,1994, you'll receive a  coupon for a $10.00 mail-in  rebate from STIHL Limited.  1  For full details and a free demonstration,  visit your nearest participating, full service,  STIHL dealer today!  731 North Rd., Qibsons 886-2912  Serving the  Sunshine Coast  Sechelt  Call (604) 885-4616  Div.ofSca.idt  ��   STIHL   ��  community  george In qibsons  by George Cooper  In the 50 years since the D-  day landings June 6 in Normandy and the prolonged battle  in the month and more that followed, a multitude of accounts  have been published by dozens  of historians and journalists ���  and continue to be published.  Battles are re-fought time  and again in these volumes,  hindsight making each author  an outstanding arm chair general. Criticism in these volumes is  nowhere so virulently expressed  as that in the Valour and the  Horror, a film shown by CBC in  1992. By artful selection of  anecdote and portions of fact  the producers of the film give  the unwary viewer the idea the  ordinary soldier was naive and  Ihe dupe of evil and stupid leadership. History revised indeed  and they made a companion  book of it, too.  A most readable book, The  Longest Day by Carnelius Ryan  is "not a history but a story of  people." In it you actually meet  by means of their anecdotes  those of both sides who were  engaged in the D-day landings.  Veterans of the "other sides"  have not been invited to the  SOth D-day commemoration in  Normandy. Stories of the SS  units and of the death camps are  stamped in our memories. But  can we recognize that there  were thousands on the "other  side" who were simply soldiers  like ourselves and remember  with them the sacrifice of war?  It is not too late to do just that.  How much more will be  written about D-day and the  Battle of Normandy at this SOth  anniversary time is anyone's  guess. For instance, Pete  McMartin of the Vancouver  Sun has been calling veterans  looking only for those who  were among the very first to  assault the beaches. Since I  came ashore one hour after that  I didn't qualify and my anecdotes remain untold. James  Whittles of Roberts Creek wis  interviewed, however, to be  queried about his duties as a  padre. Watch for the Sun's article.  How tenuous our position  was in Normandy for the first  weeks we did not know at the  time. Just as well. It did not  occur to us that we would not  stay for long as it would Uke.  The people of Normandy still  think it was a good thing we did  stay and now SO years afterward  still commemorate their liberation from the occupation.  An evolution In potting plants? Raymond Uthridge and Mike Colter, in back, watch over the little  growers donated to the Gibsons Youth Centre for their sale May 14. Joel Johnstone photo  roberts creek  by Katharine Trueman,  885-2282  Spring has arrived and summer is not far behind. How can  you tell? Well, newly planted  gardens usually are a good sign.  The communily has been  preparing to celebrate the 60th  birthday of our hall this past  weekend. A very kind soul decided to give the hall a birthday present ��� a newly planted flower  garden. But unfortunately a phantom in our midst decided they  had a better use for the flowers  and they disappeared.  However, the flowers were  replaced by another kind soul and  so the hall was bursting with  pride on May 22.. Perhaps the  phantom would consider returning the flowers and really make  our day.  Creek store  The Roberts Creek Store has  acquired another new item which.  is really a unique conversation  piece. As well as being decorative, it is useful too. If you walk  by the store and focus upwards  on the gable, you will see a clock  which shines over downtown  Roberts Creek. Designed by local  Creek woodcarver, Steve  Stevens, the clock represents  water, two sockeye salmon  spawning and, of course, a glowing moon. Battery operated, this  glorious clock is just the finish  ing touch for our new general  store.  Creek elementary news  At long last, portable city has  been completely removed in the  front of our new school. The  fence is gone and the field has  been extended. Grading has been  completed. All that remains is the  final completion of the new  school yard which should be  completed after school is out. I  am sure our children will enjoy it  throughout the summer and for  years to come.  There are still T-shirts and  baseball shirts available. They  are grey in colour with a very  Creek community design. Sizes  available are medium, large and  extra-large. They are available  through Barry Krangle at 885-  6026. All profits help support the  Roberts Creek School.  RCCA  The next Roberts Creek Community Association meeting will  be Wednesday, May 25 at 7:30  pm. Please note that this meeting  will be held in the Creek library.  One topic on the agenda will be  to brainstorm ideas as to what we  would like to see in place of the  propane tanks once ihey are  removed.  Library news  In honour of Ihe August Festival of the Written Arts, library  volunteers have gathered a collection of the works of the visiting authors.  Best represented of these is  the earthy and amusing writer  W.P. Kinsella. We have The Fen-  cepost Chronicles, The Dixon  Cornbelt League and other baseball stories, The Iowa Baseball  Confederacy and Shoeless Joe,  which won many awards and was  made inlo the hit movie Field of  Dreams.  Another short story writer is  Don Dickinson who is represented on our shelves by his collection Blue Husbands, tales of the  melancholy lives of men recently  widowed or separated.  A superb travel writer, Ronald  Wright has been published in six  languages. We have Cut Stones  and Crossroads, Time Among the  Maya, Stolen Continents and  Home and Away for your enjoyment. Among the visiting women  writers who are represented on  our shelves are Gertrude Story  (After Sixty and Going Home)  and Joy Fielding (Kiss Mommy  Goodbye, The Other Woman and  See Jane Run).  L'Ecole Passe-Partout  Just a reminder to attend the  open house at Camp Douglas,  Wednesday, May 25 at 7 pm. For  more information, please contact  Alison Payne at 885-5363.  Bill & Fred, the new owners of  RENCO  |pONCRETE  are earing a  DISCOUNT  You too can have attractive, durable  concrete for your home or yard, and  probably for a lot less than you think.  HOW??? iif taking aioamaeje e{, this  i)t tV tV LIMITED TIME $T & &  AECCMI  Concrete Carports t*,*,  Concrete Driveways ....<*��  Concrete Sidewalks ....*>*,  Concrete Patios <*��  <����$1.85/sq.ft  ta.��$1.75/sq.ft.  imm $2.35/sq.ft.  /��.���$1.85/sq.ft.  886-8174  or 885-7180  All work  performed by  Local Contractors  Bateman available for someone lucky  Tickets are still available for the Robert Bateman  Earth Day Raffle.  However, you've got to move fast because the  draw date is May 26.  The draw will take place at 7:30 pm at Shadow  Baux Cappuccino and Dessert Bar behind Shadow  Baux Gallery in Sechelt.  The internationally famous nature artist Robert  Bateman has kindly donated a print (on display at  Shadow Baux) to help raise funds for the Tetrahedron Alliance and Friends of Caren.  Tickets are on sale at Shadow Baux and other  Sechelt businesses as well as at Variety Foods in  Gibsons.  While the Bateman is the first prize, a second  place draw for a Super Valu basket of Eco Friendly  products and a third place prize of a compost bin  from Quality Farms are also up for grabs.  Every Thursday in  Coast News Weekender  Arts & Entertainment  Section  Local TV Listings  (for Gibsons, Sechelt & Pender Harbour)  TV Movie Listings  Weekend Calendar  Channel Eleven Listings  COUCll Spild by Chester Field  Westcoast Cuisine  (Sunshine Coast Dining Guide)  |fr. ���^'^.^af-'m/ M w Coast News, May 23, 1994  community  dockside davis bay  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  It's a mad, mad, mad whirl of  social events coming up within  the next month, so get out your  calendars and pens and mark all  Ihe important dates down.  For those avid bargain  hunters, the Sunshine Coast  Gospel Church is holding a combination craft fair, bake sale and  garage sale Saturday, May 28  from 9 am to noon at the Davis  Bay/Wilson Creek community  hall. Donations are always welcome so if you are still spring  cleaning-out, call 885-4542.  A musical treat from Mozart  to Operetta will be performed by  Alice Horsman and Friends on  Sunday, May 29 at 2 pm at St.  John's United Church, Davis  Bay. The fine array of vocalists  include Alice Horsman, Shelly  Dillon, Daphne Squire, Elizabeth  Messenger, Annabell Kershaw,  Heather Guthrie-Sheane, Steven  Salvati and a newcomer to the  group this year, baritone David  Woodhouse. They will be ably  accompanied by pianist Aida  Leung.  The group's performance last  year was a tribute to good music  and wonderfully entertaining. Be  sure this year it will be more of  the same. Admission is $10 per  ticket available at Talewind  Books and Books V Stuff.  A quality yard sale is being  presented to the public by St.  John's Church, Davis Bay on  June 11 from 9 am to noon. The  selection of goods offered for  sale are diverse and appealing to  every family member. They  include household goods, furniture, tools, gardening stuff,  yarns, fabrics and treasures  galore.  A new concept of the bartering system, called Let's Trade,  has been introduced on the Sunshine Coast. To better understand the novel approach of the  trading network, coordinator  Linda Nichol will be Ihe guest  speaker at the last DBWCCA  meeting of the semester, June 8  at 7:40 pm,',  Another block to fill in on  your dale calendar is Ihe Sunshine Chorister's annual spring  concert to be held on June 17  and 18 at 7:30 pm in the Seniors  Centre, Sechelt. Tickets are $8  each available at Talewind  Books and Books V Stuff and  Sayward Books. The Choristers  always provide first-class entertainment which includes songs,  skits and dance.  Every group which seeks to  entertain the public works  extremely hard. They rehearse  every week for months, often  design and make their own costumes, practice intricate dance  steps, memorize pages of music  and lyrics, do their own publicity, print their own tickets, just to  entertain you for one or two  nights. I urge you to support  these local groups who try so  hard to please the public.  NEW TO THE SUNSHINE COAST  Need help or  something done?  GIVEUSACALL-  Special low rates  for seniors, shut-ins  ^^^^^^^^^^^   & special needs.  886-3696 Mon.-Fri. (9-5) ��� After hours 886-7812  P'M'S  PEOPLE AIDING LOCALS  Jusl checking out Ihe real estate. This black bear touring Seima  Park Road Is one of two cruising the hill over the last few days.  Joel Johnstone photo  ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING  OF THE  SECHELT IHmUEDlATE CARE SOCIETY  SHORNCLIFFE  TUESDAY, JUNE 28th, 1994  7:00 PM  LOCATION: SHORNCLIFFE BOARDROOM  5847 Medusa Street  Sechelt, B.C.  (All membership tees payable thirty (30) days prior to meeting)  WORLD  1994 Dodge Caravan/  Plymouth Voyager  24TPkg.  David Harrington  Winning  lottery puts  local on top  Halfmoon Bay resident  David Harrington hadn't played  the 6/49 lottery, he wouldn't be  the latest winner of a significant  pot of money.  Harrington, a 39-year-old  independent contractor on Ihe  Sunshine Coast, won  $37,093.50 after purchasing a  6/49 Quick Pick ticket at an  Esso self serve gas station in  West Vancouver.  He bought the ticket for the  April 30 draw.  "I had no idea what it (the  ticket) was worth until I wenl  into the (lotto) store," said Harrington, adding the news came  as a happy surprise lo both him  and his wife, Lynn.  Harrington said he plans to  spend at least some of Ihe prize  money buying topsoil.  Going Aw.iy  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  Imw your cimal home wWim.  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SHADOW BAUX LANE 885-9337  -*'      ���'     -"^i_  "1i_  ���li il���> i~ii_ -~y_. ~i_ ~l_ "1_ ~1_  ^i     ""i     *      ~*  New to the Coast  ��� Shearing and Forming  ��� Stainless Steel Kitchen  and Restaurant Equipment  ��� Marine Work  ��� Ventilation and Exhaust  ��� Ductwork and Roof Flashing  ��� All types of Welding  All work guaranteed  Phone 886-2 292 Fax 886-0192  687 Industrial Way, Gibsons  A DIVISION OF  IMTMtOW  HtwrerttD.  COASTAL ROADS  a division of Interior 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  ���i  1  LOGS  WANTED  u:  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  -.Last  Chance.  To check out your Yellow Pages listing  in the Sunshine Coast Directory.  If you've expanded your business, taken on new  product lines or made other improvements, now's the  time to make sure your BC TEL Yellow Pages advertising  is up to date.  Consider the facts. We are found in 99% of  B.C. homes and 860,000 British Columbians turn to  the Yellow Pages every day.  So double check that all your businesses are  included so your customers can find you easily.  Remember, time is running out. Call Dominion  Directory Company toll-free at 1-800-268-6680.  IS  Yellow Pages  Locals remember first summer jobs:  by Darah Hansen  Ahhhhh! The summer job ��� if il were  one word, it would be an oxymoron.  Anyone who has ever spent a single day  indoors sorting Ihrough a mound of papers  while shorts-clad vacationers cavorted merrily Ihrough Ihe office windows knows,  however deep-down, Ihe long days of summer are made for better things. So Uio do  Ihe poor souls who have spent hot days digging dirt in a ditch, planting trees, painting  fences or mowing lawns know of Ihis nol-  so-well-kepl secret.  Yes, we all know the lazy, hazy days of  summer are besl savored while lounging by  a pool or a lake or the ocean...a tall, cool  drink of something fruity in one hand and a  cheap, dog-eared paperback in Ihe other.  And yet, Ihere is something ahoul a summer job lhal no one ever forgets. Whether  il's the hardship, the fun, the responsibility  or sheer silliness of whatever il was you  were paid for, it's hard to say. Everyone  has iheir own story and iheir own reasons  for doing Ihe job.  In a random poll taken from across ihe  Sunshine Coast, here's whal a few residents, including some Coast News-types,  had to say about the besl and worst of their  own summertime employment.  Damen Hurst  'gift of the gab' won him job  Up the Coast in Garden Bay, Harbour  publisher Howard While used to spend the  summers of his high school years as a gas  dock attendant at what was then called  Lloyd'* slore (now called Johnflenry's).  The job had its moments, White refills,  both good ones and bad./  Of the good, he remembers it was the  tourists in their large, rented boats who provided him with a laugh.  Into the tiny bay they would come, anxious and incompetent at sailing their craft  ��� turning the wheel Ihe wrong way, husband and wife screaming in fear and embarrassment at each other as they tried to line  up against the dock, White says.  "Inevitably about 100 feet from the float  we'd see their eyes cross and they'd go into  a panic...someone would shove the thing  full steam ahead."  Once, he says, he had to help pry Ihe  nose of a boat out from under the store after  its "captain" had driven it up from the  water and onto the shore.  "That was always fun," he says.  Of Ihe bad, White also remembers.  "Maybe I shouldn't say this, but there is  something about the travelling public in the  summer...Ihey are not in a good mood."  White recalls the tourists as "trauma  tized" by the time they got to Pender Harbour. They'd often arrive at the docks ���  having been "ripped off" by every lourist  trap from Spuzzum to Sechelt ��� fighting  with each other and ready to take a piece  out of anyone else in iheir path, he says.  "It was really very unpleasant."  To top it off, he was paid only about  $0.60 per hour ��� "sometimes my pop bill  (at the store) was more than my wages and  here 1 was receiving this constant wash of  bad temper."  In later years, White went on lo work  more physically demanding jobs in the  woods and in construction but to this day,  his hardest job was that at the Lloyd's  store.  "In construction I had to work hard but  at least I didn't have to deal with crazy  tourists."  ���  Sunning herself on the beach of Trail  Bay last week, Airlie Stockwell of Sechelt  can't remember enough about what she did  in past summers to say if it was good or  bad.  "I think it must have just been a summer  job," she says of her job as a waitress at the  old Sechelt Inn (now the Coast Club Cafe).  Sitting with her, Stockwell's friend, Pat  Kennedy, says she was one of the lucky  few who didn't have to work in the summer.  Growing up in Kamloops, Kennedy says  proudly all she was ever required to do  when the sun shone was mow the lawn  every now and again and swim the rest of  the day.  ���  Andy Jukes of Gibsons never had a  favorite summer job, just lots of jobs he'll  never go back to.  There was the one when he was 16 with  the International Woodworkers of America  handling creosote-soaked wood all day  long. According to Jukes, the wood would  emit a gas from the creosote and that gas  would burn through to the skin on contact.  But at least he was paid well, he says.  The next summer it was cleaning up at a  non-union paint factory. At the end of  every day, Jukes would swab the floors  with a blend of chemicals known as xylene  and toluene ��� "It was only years later than  I found out they were two of the most toxic  substances known to man."  At the time, Jukes says, he remembers  leaning over his mop and giggling a lot, his  good mood wholly induced by the chemical  fumes.  "I can't help feeling I lost a lol of brain  cells lhat summer," he says.  Jukes ended his summer career when he  went the next year to work in a  brewery..."and I didn't come out for five  years."  ���  Sechelt Indian Band councillor Calvin  Craigan doesn't have to think long to  remember his favorite summer job. He was  only 11 when he would go fishing with his  grandfather, Basil Joe.  Craigan remembers fondly crossing the  Georgia Strait out to the Queen Charlottes  and all around the B.C. coast.  "The wildlife was phenomenal," he says,  recalling the whales, the sharks and the vast  array of birds which were all plentiful at  that time.  Asked if he ever wishes he was back al  sea, he says wistfully, "Oh yeah. Every  time I look out the window...it always  comes back."  ���  This summer marks the first time 14-  year-old Nicole Croteau will be working.  She's got a job at the Snip Shop in Sechell  as a receptionist and hair washer.  "I like it. It's fun," the Chatelech student  Michael Berg  grocery store memories less than fond  says eagerly. It's the people she meets and  Ihe people she works wilh that she enjoys.  But is there anything she doesn't like  about the job? Croteau is hesitant but  answers with a slow smile. "Dusting," she  says.  Meanwhile, Croteau's 16-year-old friend  Matthew Joe is already a veteran of the  summer work force.  This year he'll be working for the  Sechelt Indian Band in their summer student program supervising kids ��� it's a job  he's held before in Powell River.  Does he like it? "Yeah. You get to know  the kids," he says. He also gets to spend  summers outside hiking and going to the  beach.  There's only one down side, he says.  "Some of the kids...can be brats."  7 can't help feeling  I lost a lot of brain cells  that summer'  ���Andy Jukes  "Let's see," says Sechelt Mayor Earl  Basse, "I never really had a 'worst' summer  job."  Basse spent all his summers working for  the Canadian militia for the grand total of  about $50 per week. In fact, at 19 Basse  was a proud sergeant of the Scotish  Fusiliers of Canada in Kitchener, Ontario  where he was paid to instruct younger militia members.  "I like army life," says Basse now. "The  mud, the blood and the beer...it was kind of  fun."  Basse joined the Royal Canadian Mounted Police shortly afler spending about four  summers in the militia and was "gone for  the next 25 years."  ���  At the Canada Employment office in  Sechelt, employment officer Gordon  Anderson says his favorite job was in high  school where he worked with younger kids  in West Vancouver.  I got to spend my entire summers outside playing sports and getting paid for  it,"he said.  Continued on page 11  �� NATIONAL  I NRS GIBSONS HAHY LTD. ��� AN INDEPENDENT MEMBEH ttOwT)  Home or  I*roperty  Evaluation  You've Med the  rest., now go  with the best  Call Kenan MacKenzie  885-7810  office  j^i?^  MINOR HOCKEY  GENERAL  REGISTRATION  for all new & pre-registered players  Saturday, June 28  Sunshine Coast Arena 1-4 pm  All NawPlaymra Must Haw Copy ot Birth Certificate  Coaches and Managers Needed!  PRE-REGISTRATION  FOR POWER SKATE  WILL ALSO TAKE  PLACE AT THIS TIME  SWAP MEET TO BE  HELD IN SEPTEMBER  Get rid of those unwanted items in the  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  ktt2.--rr.-  __________%  ^M feature  Coast News, May 23, 1994  11  the best of times, the worst of times  Continued from page 10  In fact, it was such a good job, Anderson  came back every summer for the next three  years ��� and at $9 an hour "in Ihose days",  he was the envy of all his peers.  "It got better every year ��� more responsibility to design your own programs and  create your own job description, " he says.  But good things never last forever...  although he still misses it "quite a bit", it  was just a summer job. "It never had any  potential to go any farther."  ���  Annie MacTavish of Gibsons spent her  18th birthday as well as the rest of the summer working for the Canadian Armed  Forces Reserve in Ontario.  "I was like Private Benjamin," MacTavish says with a laugh.  The nighl of her birthday, she was sent  on "fire picket" where her duty was lo keep  an eye open for fires or bears. Little did the  army suspect she'd been celebrating with  about eight triple vodkas prior to duty ���  she still bares the scars of where she  tripped on a tent peg.  Bul the army got her back the next  morning when she woke up early lo endure  a Ihree mile jog ��� her oversized helmet  banging against her skull with every step ���  and an afternoon of wargames where she  was forced lo lay prone for two hours in a  bed of poison ivy.  The summer in the army did her good  though, she says.  "I'd have to say...it made a man of me."  ���  In Roberts Creek, resident Ryan Dalrim-  ple spent his finest summers as a research  assistant for the ecology division with the  University of Calgary.  He liked it because of its "intellectual  content," he says seriously, adding he also  !&__..���*���  in  k  '^r-t^hv^ma.       ���  m  %Lj9'*%  \_f 1,  IMS  mtjj/  Rjrif. *  r ' VtMill  '  jp^^^T!1*  1 "Htf--^  ��  w________w  m  f    V  Ryan Dalrimple  intellectual pursuits in the great outdoors  got to spend his time outdoors in the beautiful Sheep River Valley.  A hint of smile begins to surface on Dal-  rimple's face as his memories grow more  real..."(We got our) gas paid by the university," he says fondly, "(and) ice cream on  the way home."  "Oh yeah," he adds, "I sold hot dogs out  of a cart...in downtown Calgary." But that  was a job he didn't like ��� sadly lacking in  the intellectual department, he agrees.  Sitting with Dalrimple in the sun in  downtown Roberls Creek, Granthams  Landing resident Michael Berg is reluctant  to speak at first ��� "I can't beat that," he  says of his friend's story.  But his initial hesitation gives way and  Alrlle Stockwell  waiting tables In Sechelt  he admits he did work in a grocery store  when he was a teenager where he did, "I  don't know...everything."  His only lasting memory of the place is  that he'll never work in a grocery store  again.  "And I don't think they'd have me."  ���  Prior to becoming secretary-treasurer of  the school district, Tim Anderson began his  work career "slinging booze" at the Hotel  Vancouver.  Anderson says it all started when he was  19 and decided to drive out West from  Ontario with a university friend. After their  car broke down in Calgary ��� and a brief,  unhappy stint piling lumber in a sawmill in  the Crows Nest Pass ��� a young Anderson  made his way to Vancouver where he landed at the YMCA with no money and no  prospects.  But as luck would have it, the Hotel  Vancouver, right across the street, was  looking for someone to vacuum the floors.  Three days later someone came down and  asked if he could mix drinks.  "Being a student," says Anderson, "Of  course I did."  Within a short time the industrious  Anderson began working in the cocktail bar  serving drinks lo wealthy customers and  receiving "fairly good lips."  On his first day as a waiter, Anderson  remembers he dumped a tray of drinks  behind a man who turned out tp be the  owner of the bar ��� instead of getting mad,  the man showed Anderson hbfc to hold a  bar tray properly.  "I still remember that to this day," he  says.  ���  Gibsons artist-about-town Elizabeth  Simpson has had a variety of summer jobs  in her early career before landing at the  Coast News.  She's cooked for former Prime Minister  Joe Clark at the Jasper Park Lodge and  planted trees and flowers for the provincial  government.  Perhaps the most memorable was as a  first-aid attendant in Ontario Place where  outdoor concerts were regularly held in the  summer.  "After the concerts we'd take the  whalers out over Lake Ontario and look for  drunken floaters," Simpson says with a  smile.  The "floaters", of course, were people  who thought they could swim the huge lake  after pounding back 40 ounces of some  alcoholic beverage.  Simpson laughs while recalling one of  her favorite limes al lhat job ��� giving oxygen to excited women afler a Tom Jones  concert.  The ladies had nearly worked themselves  up to a heart-attack while ol' Tom was on  stage gyrating in plastic pants, she says.  "There were a couple of men (in need of  first-aid) too."  ���  Damen Hurst, of Roberls Creek, said it  was the "gift of the gab" lhat first won him  a summer job.  At age 10 he was hired lo work in a grocery story as a slocking clerk as well as  pack groceries oul lo cars for all the lady  customers. "I was the cute, young boy," he  recalls.  But being "cute" only worked lo his disadvantage among the other, older stocking  clerks. Many is the lime an unwilling Hurst  was given "whirlies" in the bathroom and  thrown into the garbage bins by these grocery store bullies.  "That wasn't very fun," he says.  ���  Coast News reporter Ian Cobb spent his  best days out of school for the summer and  in the employment of the Prince of Wales  Hotel in Waterton National Park, Alberta.  / lied to tourists  ...about everything  ��� lan Cobb  It was there the intrepid Cobb learned to  "play with the brains of tourists" as an  information agent.  Just what did he do? Cobb's not shy in  his response, "I lied to tourists...about  everything ��� Canada, the park, the mountains. Their lack of knowledge of the  wilderness and mountains was hilarious, so  I'd toy with 'em. Like the mountains didn't  start growing until 1903 and such."  But Waterton was a great place to live,  he says, remembering the Grizzly Bear Pub  as the establishment in which he spent  "nearly every cent I made that summer."  Cobb adds, Waterton is also the place  where he met his wife Rachel.  mmm i  1  /  Wholesome & nutritious on  homemade buns. Enjoy beef, chicken  or veggie burgers with salad or our  famous homemade chips.  Teredo Sq., Sechelt 885-9962  "Serving the Coast for 14 years"  CacfbtfierrobYy  s.  Announcing...  Dr. Scott Russell - Podiatrist  is available 2 Thursdays a month  for the treatment of all foot disorders.  Phone Gibsons Medical Clinic  for appointment  886-2221  Attention Second  World War Veterans  The offices of Pacific Command are  requesting any military veterans who were  involved In D-Day operations and who are  willing to be put on an open list for potential media  coverage of the anniversary of D-Day.  Call Royal Canadian Legion Gibsons Branch #109  at 886-2411. Leave name fir phone number.  Wrtttay &Sm%turda%y, May 27 & 28  Friday Night BBQ Steak Supper $8.00  tmltt  OPENSIMMY! IM/lUWCWS WON.  Next General Meeting  Monday-toy 16/8pm  Meat Draw  GIBSONS  Hwy. 101 ��� 886-2411  ^t    , JBrUUty&SmmfurOay,        ^  O May 27 & 28 Q  ACCBERATORS  Saturday: BUFFET, 5:30-7pm  Regular $8.50 ��� Seniors $7.50  OMN SMMVS 11 ��� * / KIT(HIH N0MS TUB. ��� UT. 11 ��� *  Nicole Croteau, Matthew Joe  dusting, 'brati' a drawback  General Meeting  TmJm2]/h��  Outs  mmil'Xrm  Crib  mtlfm  Meat Draw  tmyS*t.4fm  NhM  CLIP   'N#   SAVE  Pool  usage  up over  1992  Attendance at Ihe Gibsons  Public Pool is up 15 per cenl  for April 1994 over April 1992.  Aquatic manager Wendy  Gilbertson reports that 1,924  people made use of the pool last  month as compared to 1,073 in  1992. The pool was closed at  this lime last year for renovations and repairs.  Rentals at the pool are up  slightly with 1,334 compared lo  1,322 in 1992 and fitness classes are also up with 468 as compared to 321.  The only area where stats  fall off from '92 is in lessons,  with 1,142 registered two years  ago compared to 819 this year.  Town administrator Dan  Legg remarked during a May  17 town council meeting that  "il's gratifying to see the pool is  being used."  DRIFTWOOD PLAYERS PRESENT  MOOUCID IV IHCIAl ARIUNQtMENT WITH SAMUIl NINCH, INC.  MOUTH AMUICAN VIMION IV ��.0. 0AVII  WHEN: FRIDAY* SATURDAY; MAY27 4 88  WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY,  FRIDAY* SATURDAY; JUNE 1-4  DOORS 7:30 PM ��� PERFORMANCE 8:00 PM  ROBERTS CREEK HALL  IERE:  TICKETS AVAILABLE  GIBSONS:  SECHELT:  WILSON CREEK:  ROBERTS CREEK:  THIS AD SPONSORED BY   R. HA  COAST BOOKS ��� SAYWARD BOOKS  SHADOW BAUX GALLERY  WILSON CREEK GALLERY  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE  ,;ii?r��MM.i;i��  "We love this room too much to trust it to an amateur.  Coit has 40 years of experience  and a written guarantee."  SAVKHI��TO30��7��-  Drapery clewing ��� Free lakr down and rr-imtallalion, parallel plcats.cvcn hems, nn shrinkage.  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Give us a call, or drop by - you'll be surprised how  competitive 4 professional we arel  mm 886-3381  ide Gibsons Medical Clinic  JP*  OMPER  CONSTRUCTION LTD  ���    I  CUSTOM HOME BUILDING & DESIGN  Joe Pomper  ph 886-8952  eel 880-6921  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES  Your complete septic system service  Tank Pumpins  Field Flushing  Portable Toilet Rentals  Environmental Cleanup  Water Hauling  Commercial ��� Residential ��� Industrial  Serving the entire Sunshine Coast  m       _ ^  community  sechelt scenario  by Margaret Watt, 885-3364  Is it my imagination or have  most of the drivers on the Coasl  gone mad?  It's the speeding I'm talking  about. Driving to work the other  morning, the car behind me was  so close I swear the driver could  read my speedometer, and I  wasn't dawdling along, either. If  it's like this now, I hate to think  what it will be like in the height  of summer.  Slow down, for heaven's sake.  Take it a little easier. I don't like  being chased along the highway  and I'm sure a lot of other folk  feel the same way.  Sechelt Farmers Market  On Ihe first and third Saturdays of every month, behind  Gilligan's Pub, there is a farmers  market going on. It starts at It)  am and goes on until I pm. Of  course, there's fresh produce.  There are also baked goods, fresh  eggs, plants and much more.  Sounds like a great place to bring  your out-of-town visitors ad also  your friends. If you need more  information, call Robin at 885-  4S0S. Sounds like a neat place to  take in for a relaxing Saturday  morning.  Residents Association meet  Sechelt Village Residents  Association is having a meeting  at Greenecourt Hall, Sechelt on  halfmoon happenings  Buzz the bird shares the wonder and discovery of cedar with students at Sechelt Elementary School  Wednesday. The classes learned all about planting seedlings, the uses or cedar and the animals that  Inhabit the forest from the puppeteers. '��cl Johnstone pholo  Wednesday, May 25 at 7 pm. A  good turnout is expected and all  are welcome.  Quilt raffle  When you're in Trail Bay  Mall take a stroll by Sew Easy. In  the window you will see a beautiful baby quilt. It's to be raffled.  The tickets are only $1 each and  the proceeds go to CF research.  One more way we can help raise  money to one day find a cure for  this disease. You may buy as  many tickets as you like.  Legion news  The Sechelt Royal Canadian  Legion puts on a super barbecue  steak supper every Friday from 6  pm to 8 pm. Price? lust $8.  The Legion also serves lunches Monday to Friday from 11 am  to 2 pm. Crib on Tuesday at 8  pm. Bingo on Wednesday at 7  pm and last but not least, a meat  draw every Salurday at 4 pm.  Members and guests are very  welcome.  Art news  Wednesday, May 25 at 8 pm  Susan Musgrave and Patrick  Lane, two award winning B.C.  writers present an evening of  readings at Rockwood Centre.  Admission is free. The evening is  sponsored by the Festival of the  Written Arts.  Call any time  886-7064  Cell 885-8101  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  It was a very frightening experience for the  Chell family and neighbours of Lohn Road  when, at around 1:30 am Monday, forked  lightning struck three trees on the property.  "We were wakened by what sounded like  an explosion as nearby transformers were  struck," Eric Chel! said.  B.C. Hydro had the power returned fairly  quickly much to the relief of residents in the  vicinity.  Better watch out  Drivers on Redrooffs had better smarten  up on their driving habits. You are being  watched. And so are the young vandals who  have been causing problems in Ihe Halfmoon  Bay and Welcome Woods area. The police  know who these people are and as a result of  their patrolling, such incidents have been  almost eliminated.  During a recent spell, about 100 vehicles  were checked for their speeding or faulty  vehicles.  There are constant complaints from  Redrooffs residents about the crazy drivers,  the number of which has increased considerably, who don't seem to realize that the speed  limit all the way along Redrooffs is 50 kni/hr.  Our thanks to the RCMP for their response  to the problem, hoping that they will keep up  the good work.  Writers copies  The Suncoast Writers' Forge has found a  new home for its photocopy machine which is  used by members and by the public. The convenient location is at Sunshine Coast TV on  Cowrie. Special lhanks lo Jim for providing  Ihe space.  Music lovers  There is a special treat in store for music  lovers Sunday, May 29 from 2 pm to 4 pm  when Alice Horsman will once again be  joined by seven vocal performers from her  music school in Vancouver presented in the  lovely location of St. John's United Church.  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  \  (KUDU CUP AWAIO  COFFEE  WBANKY1  corns house a motel  Qmmaat - t%   HMUI  I  (Soast Njetus  ���anno ���m gkosing iunhinb coait - rt. i  fllll* iI In Gltam B.C. Vaiam. m. Number M. Hn 11. IM.  nwMinuiK  itwioi raoGUM rtci u - n. i  As they posted the reviewing stand in Saturday's Music Festival parade  Regional district committee formed  ir_r  Mrrr,.,tu.,i of a rffional *������  trttl for t**t -rra Mwr-n Port  Mr lot, and fcjiTi Co**, headed  h��   an  clrrtrd   policy   making  board which would rtgulata  and control area irnicci. rt-  rcivtfd appro va" at a mart log  WadiMMtajr rujcht In Stchtli  Aa a mult UN ARDA commute* headed by Norman Wat-  toe of Sechelt tl scheduled lo  disband and uke up am regional district idea Tbt meeting,  bald in ihe elementary tchool  activity hall wtth aboul �� or  more peraona preaaat from all  regkwa, baud Chrta Woodward, of tht prowndal dtptri-  pound on regional district poa-  UbiUUn available Itr the dta-  trtct. |  FiMCtlona ol the elected regional dlatrlct board would In  laitoni    at   are necettary or  btnefldal to dtiicn* at large  within the whole region or for  two or more member treat.  Bnmplea an: Water lo member arras, sewage dtipotal  garbage diipotal, regional  planning, hoapltal captial flnanc-  Art winners  Here are tbt winntra ol the  iMtwalk painting bee which  grated tha fronti of various  eiUMlthmenu on Gower Point  road thft lait three wttkir  Scenic Dick Hanh, moon-  tight or tunrlte icene. tecond  V Chamberlla, Indian Head  llMt   original    R   V   Wilton  rod.   Hoal   though!   prwvoktng.  ���* wirld;  mg and ambulance ttrtlcci.  Coati are thared among participating member* on tone  acceptable formula.  The tecond role U at a contractor for worka ar amlctt  for individual member raunlci-  pallUti wbe have the authority  lo enter Into inch contract!.  Thli ippllei tb Incorporated  munfclpallllet and Improvement diitrlctt only. Eumplet  are building mipectlon, engineering terviret, planning ear-  vicei. cooitmct ar maintain  water works, itwor and verba,  and Iht central purchating of  eqJipment ?nd tupplle* Foil  cctti borne by th; contracting  member  Tbt third role la ai a muni-  ci|>al council in a limit-J tent-  fo. imall areai in HMrganl/el  Students  up in air  Thirty-ili grade 7 i __  tnm Secbett with Hr. H. He-  Tarlab and XlM bell, their indent teacher, had a rewarding  eicurtlon lo Vancouver l��*i  Thurelaj. Starting al the airport ihey were taken al ��� flight  la a CPA turbo-pee* VleceuM.  around Howe Sound, along Iht  North Shore mount Una to Wilton and bach la Sea lilui In  a big tweep over tbc Fraeer  Valley  On their return they were  ���bown over the CPA haagan  and watched the everyday routine work ol checking and prr-  par'rg airLnert for ffl|h! Mr  Jlrlamh and Iu ttudenlt were  natbalaaue about the rrcep-  lion given ihem by CPA.  Alio of Inlereit wai the villi  io the Sea (Hand miierelogtcai  ��UMn  which will retail in a  Life is a tricky equation  The "trick" is to find the constant  The Coast News has been a constant on the Sunshine Coast for over 46 years. Over those years we've  watched the world change around us while we've remained steady as a rock, providing a safe, reliable  institution for your advertising dollar.  The first issue of the Coast News rolled off the presses on July 11, 1945, providing in-depth coverage for the  Coast's little more than 500 residents. Today, we're still covering the Coast for its 25,000-plus residents,  faithfully marking the passage of every week in history.  Life is too variable to predict what the next 50 years will hold, but with your support the constant will be the  COAST^NEWS  JAAB1NA.  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Product*  883-2253  883-9551  ffl  HOM! 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Come  Wednesday afternoons to browse  and meet your neighbours and if  you enjoy the ambiance you  sports  might think about volunteering.  Grass party  Mowing the school ground  became a real cooperative effort  last week as Sally, Wally and  Guy took turns behind Ihe lawn-  mower.  Lost Buoys  Prawn-trap buoys lead a risky  existence.  Every time a big tugboat or  ferry passes they ought to duck,  because a boat can chop those  anchor lines with one stroke of  its propeller. Billy Griffith lost  one that way last week. (Thanks  to Ted Lee for rescuing our wandering buoy.)  So when another of his buoys  dragged out into the shipping  lane, Billy was impressed to see  one of Bill Thompson's tugs, log  boom and all, detouring carefully around it. Tillicum Towing  evidently lives up to its name: in  the Chinook jargon "tillicum"  means "friend."  Ponds and polliwogs are stimulating scientific investigation at  Madeira Park Elementary. Solve Harrison's class has recreated  pond life Indoors with crayfish, tadpoles, and microscopic aquatic life catching the eyes Klra Lansimaki, Liam Gadsby, and  Bradley Macaulay. Roxanne Gregory photo  Gibsons Minor Ball Association scores reported for this week:  DIVISION # OF TEAMS  MIDGET 3  No Games Reported  MIDGET STADINGS  Team  Toma  Home  Hardware  Howe Sound  Pharmacy  Wins  5  GAME NIGHT  Mon, Wed, Sat  Ties  0  FIELD  Bros 3  Loses Ponts  3    10  S    8  4    6  DIVISION H OF TEAMS      GAME NIGHT FIELD  BANTAM 4 Sun.Tue, Bros 3  Thur, Fri Bros 3  May 13: Roberts Creek Legion defeated Gibsons Lions 4-2. Chris Pulling's RBI  single in the 4th inning was a winner. Mike Husband picked up the win during  relief.  BANTAM STANDINGS:  Team  Wins  Ties          Loses        Points  RC Legion  5  2  2             12  Gibsons Lions  4  1  4               9  Coastal Roads  1  2  6                4  Dales Auto Clink  5  1  0               11  DIVISION  #OF TEAMS  GAME NIGHT  FIELD  PEEWEE  7  j   Mon  Gil;  ������  Tues  Bros2;GN2  Fri.  Bros 1,2; Gil 2  May 13: Coastal Tire 9 vs Sunnycrest 7. A well played game by eveiyone.  May 15: Coastal Tire won by defeault over Dutch Pannekeok.  PEEWEE STANDINGS  Team  Wins  Ties  Loses   Points  Coastal Tire  5  0  4        10  Pharmasave  5  0  4         10  Sunnycrest  5  0  4         10  Firefighters  5  0  3         10  Palra  4  2  3         10  Gibsons  3  0  5         6  Dutch Pan  2  2  4         6  DIVISION  (fOFTEAMS  GAME NIGHT  FIELD  MOSQUITO  10  Sun, Wed  Bros 2  Mon  Bros 2; Gil 1  harbour highlights  by Frank Roosen, 883-2920  Pender Harbour May Day has  come and gone. I hope you all  had a good time and will be  looking forward to the next one.  St. Mary's Hospital  The PH Auxiliary of the  above is having its second annual garage sale down Narrows  Road on Saturday, May 28 at 10  am. If you have any saleable  items that you would like to  donate to this effort, please call  883-9959. The monies raised by  the auxiliary go to the hospital  for patient comfort. There will  be coffee and buns available to  help people to keep up their  strength while checking out the  many bargains for sale.  GRIPS public meeting  GRIPS hosts a public meeting  Wednesday, May 25 at the PH  Secondary al 7 pm. Scheduled is  a very good speaker, Andrea  Miller, so please come out to see  what you can do toward the  recycling bit. GRIPS had a table  at the last swap meet and a book  donated by Edith Daily (thanks  Edith) was won by Trish Thompson.  Lang 1; Gib 2  May 13: Quality Farms 16 vs Gibsons 10. Strong pitching by Matt Gregory  and Lonnie Kachele. Good hitting by Nichole Cavill, and Kyle Zimmerman.  Omega 12 vs High Point Escav. 11. A well played game.  Additional results In the Coast Sew Weekemler  P.S.: They still need more  volunteers.  PH library  Don't forget the annual general meeting on May 30 at the old  Forestry building and the free  membership drive for 12 and  under. For further info, phone  Blanche at 883-9656.  Hall rental  For your weddings, anniversaries, birthdays and meetings,  the PH Lions hall is the place to  go. Beauliful atmosphere inside  and out with lots of parking.  Phone Eric 883-9040.  Up With People  The north end of the peninsula got the short end of the stick  again. When the area's committee was looking for community  projects to be done by this group,  a local service club had made  arrangements for a bus load of  these young people. Committees  were set up and a lot of preparations were made.  Then at the last moment they  found projects to be done in Gibsons and Sechelt while the Pender Harbour service club was left  hanging. Nice hey!  *.frrt   " ''  STRAWBERRIES!  U-Pickers Get  Ready  4 ACRES PESTICIDE FREE  Opening Day early June  Wednesdays fc Weekends  BRING YOUR OWN  CONTAINERS    ^  MASON RD FARM  & BED & BREAKFAST  5873 MASON RD.  885-3506  Bfetrittof&etftett  P.O. Bac 129, MWInW Awmn, S��ch*. SC. VOW MO WjrtjWjjDjllgjjg lmaU_t_n  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the District of Sechelt has  received application to amend Zoning Bylaw 25,1987, by  rezoning the property described below:  Sub|ect 1: Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 25-75,1994  Lot 64, District Lot 1329 NWD, Plan 3777 located at 5245  Seima Park Road and identified on the map attached as  'Schedule A' to Bylaw No. 25-75, 1994 is proposed for  rezoning from Residential 1 (R-1) to Rural 1 (RR-1) which  will reduce subdivision potential but permit the development  of the existing hobby farm  M  Subject 2: Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 25-78,1994  Lot 2, District Lot 4305 NWD, Plan 19642 located at 5751  Nickerson Road and identified on the map attached as  'Schedule A' to Bylaw No. 25-78, 1994 is proposed for  rezoning from Rural 1 (RR-1) to Residential 1 (R-1) which  will provide development and subdivision potential and  permit the applicant to separate Ihe existing house Iftmi US  remainder and purchase the remaining ��1.9 ha.  Subject 3: Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 2541,1994  That the text of Zoning Bylaw No. 25,1987 be augmented to  allow for the permitted use of Transition Residential" within  the Residential 1 (R-1) Zone, which would permit transition  houses for temporary emergency and crisis shelter within  the R-1 areas.  TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that a Public Hearing is  scheduled as follows for the purpose of hearing all persons  who believe their interest in property is affected by the  proposed bylaws:  Date: June 7,1994  Time: 7:00 p.m.  Place: Senior Citizens' Association of B.C.  5604 Trail Avenue, Sechelt, B.C.  Written submissions regarding the proposed bylaws 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, V0N3A0, (facsimile number - 885-  7591) forty-eight 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 bylaws and  not an Interpretation. The full text of the bylaws may be  inspected at the District of Sechelt Municipal Hall during  regular office hours, Monday through Friday, excepting  holidays, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Telephone enquiries should  be directed to the Planning Department of the District of  Sechelt at 885-1986.  Michael P. Vaughan, Municipal Clerk  on behalf of Council of the District of Sechelt 14  Coast News, May 23, 1994  Industrial'    AUTOMOTIVE       Marine  ���  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  ^     Mnn.-Fri. 6-fc S.it. 8-6, Sun, 10-1   SECHELT RADIATORS <  GSaCoMpbt* Cooling System Service Centre  f i11 I'l  i i ��� > i   i   i  i H  ( i   i f |  |   |  | | | <M^  IVfc Rq-itfi fc Re plait R.uU, Drain Coin, 8c (iu laiUu   1  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTOR* INDUSTRIAL MARINE  fS. MADILL CONTRACTING 1  All typei ol concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate linishing.  Quality Concrete Wor*        Coloued ft Stamped  MMtlT Coaente, Cuba* Oaten  WIL0W00D CONTRACTING  Bobcat Service  Landscaping ��� Snow Removal  Bush Clearing ��� Grading  Driveways * Backfill  Randy 885-4146  For Ihe linishing touch  Eric's Drywall  gitv us a call  New, 1'ieil le Ki-ImuIi ��� lick up * Dclliriv  ���      *      * 1_1 ��� ��_���     > ���     ���      ���      ���      ��      ���     ��� ���'    ���  4349 S.C. IU;.  Across from Sum!tine OM  f Moo. S*n.  885-7986  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  MITCHELL SYSTEMS LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING  Residential  Commercial 6r Industrial  KELLY 885-9565 iu,.���..  GARRTS EXCAVATING  OWNER: GARRY MUNDELL  IViMn DUfflp ' MM vi OfWM  ^*_____  coNsnvicnoN  r����idriHal "T commercial  885-2887 Laurie Lqcovefky  THOMAS ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTING  I.Thomas   886-7571  REG. ELECTRICIAN  NO. 17933  FREE ESTIMATES  4MMnDw*w/Hn  \,r*iT\t\la*Twka   aoxIt,aiaiOMt  ,l-*" 888*7099  FORESTRY  ��� CFFKIENT  'REUABU  PKOrtSStONU **     ' ���� ��SnMATt*  CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING  PHONE 885-4258  RESTOtt,  Ml SM4I   ����  FORESTRY  ��� Stand Assessment ��� Tree-Marking  Timber Valuation   ��� Logging  R. (Ray) GIZA R.P.F 885-4755  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS t BATHROOMS ���  8B6-9411  Cellular  280-3378  J  GfiAEMAR CONSTRUCTION INC.  *m_____________Wt  ��� FRAMMG  ��� FOUNDATIONS  lo LOCKUP  ��� RENOVATIONS  ��� FINISHING  ��� SIDING  fW-ffff  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  ENGINEERING  MARINE SERVICES  lor  ZORNES  ROOFINO  Specializing In all types ol  FREE      commercial & residential rooting  ESTIMATES 886-2087 eves mZaZZ  Sunshine Coast Engineering  Engineering ond PeiiQW lor  ��� Subdivision Development  Cuitom Residential ond Commercial  ��� Structural ��� SoUi ��� Marine  Gibiom, BC VON IVO 000-4743 J  CENTURY ROCK  ROCK WALLS       MCMS  pains piamttoj    885-5910  EXCAVATING  A * T ENTERPRISES:  Serving Th. Coasl Sine IMS  ������,.-       ��� CUSTOM HOMES  mu*ra MfflB     . ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  aaaaasa  T. wono. aox m, aiasoNS, a.c. von in  SEAWAY CONSTRUCTION  Complete Backhoe  Service  Call Bruce 885-0621  886-005A  9{. m-.Ki-mt  iter Lltentw ,  ��� Motel & Campsite* ��� Water Taxi  ��� Marine Repairs       ��� Ice & Tackle  883-2266 J  ssm  M4SC0R-  Hell Syit����  &  Located in Secret Core  S8S-78S8  weeaneer  Marina & Resort Ltd.  2 BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION  Imvtfbm ��� Csim Fmcm|  free estimates)   NKATSBMCESAVAIMU  885-0942 CAREY MCHARD j  W.D. EXCAVATING  ��� Kit 1 !?<y\/j; 'ri; .-.>._  5dno�� Gnvfm ��� nManMki  MMTY 886-9764   *  CU 220-1526  HEATING  f  Reo Contracting  DRYWALL, VINYL & CEDAR SIDING  Free Estimates ��� Robert (Bob) Osbom  R.R. 8, S-9, C-17 Gibsons, BCVON IVO   Ph: 886-9531  Fastrac backhoe k  TRUCKING SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ���EXCAVATIONS ,.r��.   asta  - WATER UNES CAT 411  4M  .CLEARING        STEVE JONES  ^  DENNIS MULLIGAN  Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  24 Hr. S Emergency Service  V   Bus:886-8572 Home:885-7085Fax:884-5392y  SAVE OM BUILDIHO COSTS  with PROFESSIONAL CONTRACTING  Building qualily residential homes since 1957  caH Harry Swanson M.C. (or FREE consultation  885-6281 or 1-733-0725 (collect)  CONCRETE SERVICES  Stucco & Masonry ��� Tar - Gravel Roofs  883-2343  13)1  n  ENCO  CONCRETE  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks,  UAUNED' MAL�� ��� NATl/Ml 4AS INSTALLATIONS  QUALIFIED  Showroom: a'73 Payne  cillNowiitnit  ���     nd. elm  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  The SmmMm  Ctttl't tvliraia  futuhhb:  tne ml new  WRUDE  mEW/nRUDE  COTTRELL'S  r.inniul   ���.[ lluin L  RB6-3II05  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  SERVING Tl IE SUNSIIINE COAST  Hedi-Mix Concrete ��� Snrol��, Gravel  Curtis It Liners ��� Sejjtic Tanks  ���M6-8I74 PBX 886-8113 ���.���,���  *��_?��_: Box 314 Gibsons ����5-7l80  ClDsons V0N1V0 Sechelt  mm  QUAUTY RENOVATIONS CABINETS  INTERIOR FINISH  lobtcokl 883-9283  MECHANICAL SERVICES  JNSHINE CLEAR  Pumps St Water Treatment  * ttmaa cm 00���cm i hmmwhii  PunwMdUMarTNatMMNN*  Call 883-9793 or 886-0614  Swanson's  .��� OUpWth ���|!���Accounts���.,���     FM     ���.  I    885-9666   11    ____%    \ 1    885-2226  j  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box 172, 5417 Burnet. Rd., Secheh, B.C.V0N .HO  hziAIUTH ExCKMTINQ  ��� Land Clearing & Developmeni  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  We otter a Ml Una ot  Satvlcaa ttrllh our  HITACHI EXCAVATOR  Our Customer Service is  prompt with prolessional  work at competitive rates  ^KenBlrkln��888-7487��C��ll.671-641iy  G.M.S.  Excavating  Gunnar Chriatlanaen  cell 14S7-MM S9C7RR1  8��6^4��3 GHbeona, BCVON 1V0  r  THISTLEDOWN INTERIORS   "  i|>        Will Strncllllng ��� Semliun           ��,  rrWjl Custom Dnlgn ��� Intrrior Painting   vMft  V^Sr Piper Hinging ��� Colour Conwlttnt   <SKr  Robert * Jeanne Um  v.  P.O. BOX 571. GIBSONS. B.C. V0N1V0 U6-0366        J  H.  ENTERPRISES  MCWLE WEIOINO AM) FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS   STEEL ' STAINLESS ��� ____M   ii ma ne mm, hum MecoMimcMMMDuttan  ON TMUMMM COAST  HOWARD UNO           ...,���. . ��'���.  jiimnmo mmi BoO-323l *___J  MISCI LLAINIOGSSIiRVICES  Wet Cowt Vinyl  QUALITY VINYL SUNDECKS  Erik NtliMn 1854)707  10 YEARS'EXPERIENCE  R.R.��t. FieM Site. C4Z  Sechelt B.C. VON IA0  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  D & P CONCRETE  PLACING & FINISHING  Kcsidcnlial and Ounmrrrial  ACI CcrUlicd  Denis Turenne       Paul DesauttJs  88W)340 885-5-192.  Gary's  3Q3CAl bE  (,SL  > nun ��� nuool ��� roma ��� s tbn Buvnwcx  ecmhi -uucecAwo ��� mmum ��� ktc  CUSTOM BUILT  SPIRAL STAIRS  r Thank You 1  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate It when you tell Ihem  you found them in  .    The Coast News    a  ____, Coast News, May 23, 1994  15  Take Advantage of our Netv Classified Ad Special  Run your- classified ad <�� times  and pay for- only 2 times!   Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  FRIDAY AT NOON  mmm Gibsons &  " Sechelt Offices  Homos &  Pioperty  Why renl? 2 bdrm view condo In  desirable upper Gibsons. Assum-  able 6 year mortage al 8.75% wilh  bi-weekly payments $312. No  GST. Immed. occupancy. Asking  $89,900. Reply lo Box 409, c/o  Coast News, Box 480, Gibsons.   K3c  New 1 bdrm cottage, "move" to  your property. Plumbed, wired and  Insulated. Fridge, stove and extras.  Jusl move in. 886-2751 Mlke.��23c  Roberts Creek home wanted: 2 ��� 3  bdtm, rent or buy. 681-7427,663-  5544; Ii23c  COSTARICA  2 lots led in Phase I, Esperanza  Ranch. Each lol 2.5 acres, serviced, privale community, tropical  park with hiking/riding trails, swimming. Close to shopping, beaches,  restaurants, golfing. $26,500 each.  685-5157. ss  Lot 6 Vista Fjord Estates, 1/2 acre,  prime view ol islands, mountains  and Howe Sound. In exclusive  controlled subdivision. (905) 508-  6911. Hie  Roberts Creek house on 1/2 acre  nicely tieed, new 2 bdrm. inlaw  suite, $185,000.885-4243. Hlw  Roberts Creek 1/2 acre lot. Kraus  Rd., off Marlene. 885-6280. H2c  Young lamily seeking 2 bdrm  starter home between Port Mellon  and Roberts Creek. No agents.  886-2341. ��22c  1.   Homes &  Properly  Lot lor sale or lease, Industrial  Park, Upper Gibsons. 921-6060.   Ktc  OPEN HOUSE  5531 Brooks Rd.,Hlmn.-Bay, Sat.  6 Sun., 2-4 pm, Beautiful 2 bdrm.  $199,900,885-2649. ss  By owner ��� stylish west coast town-  house overlooking Sechell bird  sanctuary. 2 bdrms., plus loft, walk  to stores, beach etc. Patio, decks,  skylights, vaulted ceilings, fireplace  and more. Southern exposure.  $163,900. To view phone 685-  4145. ��jo  BY OWNER  7109 LOHN ROAD, REDROOFFS  Bright 8 spacious 3 bdim 1350 sq.  It. low maint. rancher + attached  dble garage. This home features a  sunny southern exposure, large  windows, 3 pee. ensuite, covered  deck, airtight wood stove, skylight,  tiled Iront entry. There is a 16x24  II. outbuilding loi RV storage. The  lully landscaped t/2 acie lot  indudes raised beds, garden area  and Iruit trees. $229,500. Fot appl.  to view call 885-3205. No agents  please. H2c  FOR SALE BY OWNER  Musl Sdl 14x70, $28,000.12x70,  $22,000. S.C. Mobile Home Paik,  Gibsons. 885-5606. Klc  Madeira Park lot, Merrill Cresc,  cleared, .34 acre. $52,900. 885-  0899. ss  Tttva ?tUut*tciet*i Stwicti. lite.  THE MORTGAGE SPECIALISTS  MORTGAGERS (BORROWERS) NEED HELP?  . .ENDERS) WANT YOUR FUNC" "'  YORK THE BEST FOR YOU?  J.R (Jim) MUNRO  MORTGAGEES (LENDERSi WANT YOUR FUNDS PLACED TO  8864831 PAGER  886-3753 FAX  'GIVE ME A CALL FOR EVALUATION AND QUOTES'  SUNNYCREST MALL, GIBSONS  ERROR RESPONSIBILITY^  PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS  Adwfuan at. osteal to listen cortUre as oH odi placed by  telephone ore completely read bock verifying requeued  dBBMHOMn, Hon dole, number ol inwliora ond a copy content.  We take extreme cafe to avoid tj  the event of an error, we are r  copyi  r      errors, however, In  only far ihe Sol income!  inierton of an ad. We do nol auume any teiponiibility lor any  natal far an error in an od beyond *e am ol Ike ad M  tepert any error IMMHMA1RY by calm 886-2633  gr��6S*WO'MendeyfoMday9cj��fo3pjn5/  CI ASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  19  A*9^ m^^S  Autos  23  m:-       BL -'mx;  Barter & Trade  18  m  Bed end Breakfast  Births  30  2  [GREAT  Business and Home  \IDEA,  Services  38  Business Opportunities 38  V          ''������W  Campers  ChildCare  25  37  Commercial for Renl  32  ^___J  Entertainment  33  ���1BHBB  For Rent  For Sale  31  21  Obituaries *  Found  11  3  Free  18  Personal  6  Furniture  20  Pets & Livestock  12  Oarage Sales  17  Recreation  S  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  22  34  Storage  Thank You  39  8  Home �� Property  1  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Losl  10  Wanted  IS  Marine  28  Wanted to Rent  29  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings I  Motorcycles  Music  28  13  Engagements  Work Wanted  9  36  on I"*  Al any of our convenient  Friendly  ���i People Places m*  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  B 4 J STORE 885-8555  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     Homes &  Propcily  Close in - Gibsons lot, Trickle-  brook Way, $79,500.1-922-3559.  ss  Qibsons Oceanmount Estates, 5  bdrm., 2 yr. old home, natural gas,  3 baths, view, 2 sundecks, lully  landscaped. No Agents. $299,000.  6864992. ��23w  Homes &  Properly  Gambler Island. For sale by owner.  Beautiful 6 acres, 2 bdrm character  house and separate studio, f 1/4  acre ol garden area S new  orchard, stream, 10 min. walk Irom  feny. $275,000. Call 886-3214. ss  5.  Thank You  Investigating A  Real Estate  Career?  Need assistance with  the Real Estate  Pre-Ucensing Course?  Call Rob Gill  Sales Manager  NRS. Sechelt Realty  885-2235  OARVWHin  MMI35  SavsRaaNorFMsSava  Gibsons -1113 Sunnyslde, large  landscaped lot with raised bed gardens, Irull trees, close lo school  and bus, quiel well maintained  area, 3 bdim. rancher, 1248 sq. It.  Heavy insulation, 2x6 const., 11/2  baths, large deck. $178,500.886-  8367 or lv. mess, al 1-478-9753.  ���21c  Hallmoon Bay. Unique 2 level log  home, new carpels, oak kitchen,  large rock l/p, w/RSF stove, 2  decks, ocean view, on park-like 2/3  acre. Added bonus: 1 bdtm w/loft  cabin, presently rented at  HQOImo. $215,000.8854989. ss  Real Estate Sales  Good -rex tor  Hood salespeople  Notth America's lineal marketing  system is sin the most cost effective. Combined with our flexible  commission structure, a successful agent can retain the increases  In earnings the NRS system will  achieve.  Call our salea manager -  Rob lllll   for s  confidential appointment.  NRS Sechdt Raky  (HUBS  Five wooded acres, Langdale  area. Creek t some view,  $135,000 lirm. No agents at alll  886-4714 ss  Roberts Crsek Beach Ave., 3  bdrm. house on 1/2 acre lol.  $179,900 by app'l only. Phone  943-7562 (Van.) or call Cddwell  Banker 266-1364 (Van.) Markus  Zenker tin  ROBERTS CREEK  4 bdtm. home with haidwood and  ���late Iloor throughout on private  .67 acre. Two car garage, workshop and potential revenua/ln-law  suite. Zoned R2. $259,000. please  call 865-2253, no agents.      ss  Joan and John Houtlgan are proud  to announce the birth ol their son  Cailean Thomas James on April  29, 1994. Many thanks to Or.  Overhill, Paige, Ann and stall al St.  Mary's Hospital. Also to all tha  friends and lamily who supported  us all yeai! Klc  Glenn and Linda Higgins welcome  their daughter Baylee Arm to the  wood. Bom May 5,1994 it Grace  Hospilal, weighing 6 pounds, 12  ounces. Proud grandparents are  Beverly, Harvey and Will Higgins,  Madeira Park and Edith Scott,  Richmond. Thanks to Dr. Debts  Millar lor her extra special care ol  us. ��1c  *d  For Mia by owner: 3 bedroom  rancher on .36 acre, 8096 Alder-  wood Road, Hallmoon Bay,  $169,900. Don, days at 885-2201,  evenings8854944. tin  WATERFRONT PROPERTY ITSABOYI  Approx.8000 .* ft ol land ffned, Dianeand Mike Fyles are fitted  in OCP -C-5 PLUS privets moor- to announce Ihe arrival ol Mr im  age,w ramp and float and 3 bdim. child, Cameron Michael Fytes,  hOUN. ONLY mm Wmmjh bom May 15,1994 al 6:25 pm,  abl financing available) Cal Angala weighing 6 pounds, 13 ounces,  lor all dawn 9860151.    ��1w *��* thanks to Or. Kaian Scott,    nurses, Leslie, Lauteen and (nt  W. Sechelt, lovely 2 bdrm. 2 Ml floor staff at St Maiy's.      ��1c  bath modular home w/tamily mom, ���^_ , ���._._. ,_��� u.-Ja\  Din, nook and 4 appl. on .61 acre &^2?ES2?2  lotonSS.C8l.Hwyw/pafWview, Pwrwn were bleeied with ta  zoned R3. To view 885-3737 or  6BW602. BS  ANDERSON REALTY  CATALOGUE  MOB CowittSt, Boa 121B  SmML BCVON SAO  11 FAX IH IBM  Tel Free oeteoie  Commercial lol across Irom medical buikJng, $95,000.96WM12.  M  Houn and 51/2 acres on prim  Gibsons location. Priced to move,  $220,000 firm. No agents please  885-7464. ss  Craftsman built custom vltw. All  new 2 bdmt, 2 balh, 2 decks. Cuslom cherry kitchen, beautilul  anlique woodwoik, wood windows  and unique detailing in and out.  Landscaped level .42 acre lol  w/lawns, stream, pond and privacy! Countiy seclusion 15 kms to  Sechelt. $199,900. No agents.  Details 885-2649 or 883-2687. u  4 bdim family home w/1 bedroom  ���uite, W. Sechelt. Good investment. $163,900 obo. 865-5764.SS  Lot 71, Merrill Crescent, Pander  Hattnur. Heady lo txikt, septic m.  financing. 863-9597. ss  RARE QUALITY ACREAGE  Great Ocean View, extensively  Improved, wall treed and within  walking distance to Sgls. Bay  Marine Park. This acrsage la in a  growing large lot subdivision wkh  Iwo driveways to access upper snd  lower sections ol property at  $155,000. Lol 23 ol Leaning Tree  Subd. will not lasl long! Can Dave  946-7655 or pgr. 1-979-4042. ss  OPEN HOUSE Sat 2-4  In Lowly W. Sechelt  Great 3 bdrm. 3 balh lamily homo.  Oak kitchen w/eating area, sep.  dining rm. living rm. W/F/P and  dan on main Iloor. All bdrms.  upstairs ��� Ige. master has ansuite  1 Mtdn dOML NoHy kndscwed  lenced backyard w/deck J hot tub.  All appliances induded and w/w  carpeting throughout. $210,000.  Sale by owner. No agents please.  7394100 Vine. N  birth ol their first did on May 14,  1994. Tha carrot- toppad boy  named Adam Richard Pearson  entered this world at 2:41 pm  weighing 6 pounds, 2 ounces.  Special thanks from the happy parents to their wonderful friends,  grandmother Mary and lamily fot  their love, support and prayers.  Also graWuda to Dr. Jack Biyson  and all the prolessional and veiy  personable stall at SL Maiy's Hospital. 121c  GRAY: Am Gorton passed away  May 13,1994. Survived by Maty,  his loving wHb of 60 yMrs, two  diuyNsi, Conine Montion (Tom)  and GKnda Grey, tour grandchildren: Shriy Comedord (Mka and  son Dean), Gordon Currie (Kim),  Carman Bracken (Dale) and Cattle  Sasaiatt, all ol Gibaons. Also one  sister, Matgret Morse ol Bums  Lake and three brothers: Rex,  Larry and am Grey. Memorial set-  vice was held on May 17 in the  Kingdom Hall ol Jehovahs Wit-  nesies. The Gray lamily would like  lo express their snoere thanks to  Di. Biyson and Ihe nursing stall at  St. Maiy's which has to be the best  In Ihe wond, and to all the ladies  and Iriends who provided a lovely  tM. I21C  FRASER: Pissed away May 16,  1994, Lloyd Alfred Frassr, late of  Sechelt, age 85 yens. His best  friend and longtime companion  Maty Wilson WM al his side. He  also Imvm two sisters: Mildred  Whltlakar, ol Sechell; Helen  Burgess, ol Medicine Hat: and a  niece Helen Johnson, ot Maple  Ridge. Predeceased by his wile  Doris in 1980. Service was held  Thursday, May 19 ki Via Chapel ol  Devlin Funeral Home, Gibsons,  Reverend C. Halt officiated. Cremation. Klc  In loving memory ol Deborah  Boghean passed away May 26,  1183.  Deysol sadness stilt come o'er us  Tears In silence often flow  Memory keeps you ever near us  Though you ded a yut ago.  Ever remembered by her Iriends  and lamily Iw being one who measured her life in Iriends-not years  ���21w  To the many good Iriends who  supported and cared lor Norman  MacKay (luring his illness, Ihe lamily would like lo extend their deepest appreciation. Special thanks lo  Doctors Bernstein and Harrlgan,  the nursing stall al St. Maiy's Hospital and the homemaking stall.  Many thanks to the Branch 109  Legion members and Ladies Auxiliary for the lovely luncheon. Pearl  (Feeney) Nelson and husband  Ray, Margaret MacPherson,  Penny and Dave Latham, Patti and  Teny Huntet and Shannon  Feeney. ��21c  What a Party That Was - Robert  Redlord and Paul Newman could  lake lessons. Thanks to my daughler Trish and all my beautilul  friends ��� you really tricked and led  me into the most memorable birthday ��� big folks, little lolks, my kind  ol lolks. Even those two wondrous  wandering minstrels Jack and  Steve. The music was great - the  food,Ihe flowers, the gills, especially the treasures ol my little  Iriends now to be my treasures.  Thanks to June and Nancy, two ol  the tricksters, mine hosts Annie  and Donelly, my dear Iriends old  and new, my ever loving family,  Trish, Pan, Taj. Zephyr and Asia.  Thanks and love Irom my happy  heart. Joannle. ��21c  BURSARY  Gibsons Business and Professional Women's Club is offering a bursary to a mature unman furthering  her education. Applicants should  provide details U course of study,  brief personal summary and reason seeking bureaty. Must be submitted by June 15,1994 to: P.O.  Box 1012, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  tea  Deer Dew Irom Victoria with white  truck, we met at the Family Mutm  Sechelt, last week April 26. Please  at me back 6654952,0.  Ktc  En|oy RV TmeWngT Active lady,  63, Mity retired wishes to meat  land genfenan to share summers  hJB Md lha Mefei wHan down  m_aa*a*AW \\W**> *t*9 l*aa*i*taSf  ril^SWril  Soufl). Trev* In your RV or n*��.  I��S, NO and Tow ol��e'person  praftf red. Al rtpUN tntwtftd.  SrtrepiMtoBo��T,c/oCoMt  News, Box 68, SecheH, BC VON  3A0. K2w  Camao Singles Club. Crib, luncheons, pofluck doners, dancing,  hikes, MmpkigC* lor Ho 886-  0954or88S4384. Hn  NNdVMHitll  Wodd anyone Baaing a grain biH-  bt being towed by a vthidB Monday, May 16, around 2pm. which  broke loose from being towid at  llie comer of Payne Rd. I Hwy.  101, Gfcaons ptesa conlact 886-  4669. 121*  Pretty, tall, lubanesque gill, 24,  Ms (yes, neks ons naughty guy  19to45! Reply toBoxV.c/oCoMI  News, Box 68, Sechelt, BC VON  3A0. KSw  7   Announcement  Aussies, Kiwis: A bring your own  picnic Is planned for those of you  who have taken up residence on  Ihe Sunshine Coast. Bring your  partner and kids to Porpoise Bay  Prov. Park, May 29,11am lor fun  afternoon. If raining call 8854270.  Klw  Dlal-a-Bottle Delivery Service  Small errands our specialty. We  pick up and deliver to your door.  Mix, cigarettes, Ice, diycleaning,  prescriptions. Adult refreshments.  Beer and Wine Store hours. 886-  0951. ��22w  Women's Drop*: All women welcome. Mondays, 34pm; Tuesdays  1-6pm. Rockwood basemenl.  Women's Resource Society 865-  4088. Hn  Left at Brothers Park May 16, blue  Toronto Blue Jays ball hat. Please  return to Blair, It's special. 886-  2766. ��21w  3200 block Beach Ave., Rbts. Ck.,  2 yr. old male cat, brown black  sripes, while face, Bailey, reward.  8854341. Klw  BUYING COINS  Bank Notes  Gold & Silver  Video Be.  8864312  COMPLIMENTARY  FACIAL/MAKEOVER  . A complimentary makeover  that creates the effect you  want - nalural, career or  dramatic.  ��� A glamour look thai  perfectly complements  your colouring and  wardrobe preference.  ��� Makeup application  techniques lhat will  enhance your features.  ��� Mary Kay also has a skin  program designed fot your  skin type.  &MARV KAy  MCI 10 ME ��AU1V UNKE-  Yvonne Valancius  886-4643  Caren Qjurtmil. tstatUt  Male Shepherd X, Iree to a food  home w/large yard. Laige, gentle  dog. 885-9205 Jeremy.      ��21c  Fern, pure Hack kitten, 5 wks. ok)  to give away. 8854409.     ��21w  Lovely 3 pee. sport suit, size SB-  SB, suitable lor grad, tan color.  685-3310. ��21c  Alder sawdust tor the gaiden, alder  slabs etc. lor the woodstove. 886-  Highland X - one cow, 3 bull  9783 alt. 7pm. ��24w  calves, open lo offers. 885-9972.  ���23c  May 9, local company jacket at  Dougal Park. 8864300.     ��?1w  Cordless telephone, Panasonic,  corner Connor & Cooper,  Redroolls. 885-2503.        ��21w  3 male kittens. 8864660.   ��21w  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  8854206,24 hour line.        tin  'Funny Farm' Group ol Seven  Craft Show, June 5,1l-4pn>, 785  Henry Rd., Gibsons. Weaving,  jewelry, driftwood painting?, pholo  cards, custom clothing, woolly  Hems, decorative pots, baking. Inlo  8854377 eves. ��22w  EXOTIC  Alrican Pygmy Hedgehogs. Pets t  Profit. $500-$1500. 885-0737.  123*  Gorgeous pups. Choose early.  RottwAab. dad, ReUHusk. mom.  $75000.883-2071. K3c  Responsible peison will sit youi  pet, youi house or mine. $100/wk.  686-7738 lv. mess. ��22w  I yr. old PB miniature greyhound  male tor sale, $400,885-3346.  ���21*  II yi. old 1/2 Arab/Kanata Bay  mare, 14 HH, Exc. temperament,  $1500 ObO. 8864822.        ��21c  GOLDFISH  all types  SUPPLIES  tanks, pumps etc.  TROPICAL FISH  686-9890  ���22c  JMMSI.AJ.  a^.IIeA*mm ill.  fuBUjsmlB bee* where ttnyl  The Bank ol Montreal supports the  BC Children's Hospilal. Help us  help the children by miking a  donation at the Bank ol Montreal,  Gfcsons. Many Thanks.    Klw  PHVATETWTKW. .  Fufyqalfed experienced teacher  avaiaUe. Adults, high school and  ���tawttiyitodenis. 8864468.  Klc  ELLEN BESSO  Relaxation for the  mind It Uk body  _. ��� Traps*  �����*"  '��� Acvprasun  *��i      Reiki I  Teadi  Release tension &  emotional blocks  in a safe, nurturing  environment  ti Hindis*  ii ms  8864974  Male and lemale miniature American Eskimoes, love children, 2 yrs.  ok), spayed, $300 lor bolh. (Days)  7324100, (Eves.) 222-4922.K1W  Belgian Drah Horse. 17 HH. gelding, 16 yrs., includes harness,  $1350.885-7430. ss  SNhtzu pups, due Miy 15, to go  end of June, $300 and up. 685-  0470. K2w  Clearance Sale - Alrican pygmy  goats, male and females. Great  biush dearer! and gentle, loving  peH��H990.        --��3w  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Since 1980  DoglCatBoardng  ���Science DiefpKloods  DogObedenceOessas  COOLRUNMNQS  One ton Huck salable lor Iwing,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  miintinance, lotolling, odd jobs.  6664017. tfns  POTTERY SALE  An you tlrad, no energy, and HheAhgraM  wodd like lo lose excess weight Creek Cliyworks Studio Open  snd Inches? We can help. GUAR- House, Sal. 4Sun, June 11112,  ANTEED RESULTS! 100% natur- 10am-5pm, 1738 Lockyer Rd.,  ���L 8864067. K3c Roberts Creek. 885-2386.  K3w  LAUNDROMAT OPEN  8 an-10 pm, 7 days a week, W-  son Creek Campground. Public  ���23c  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem? CaHAi-Anon  886-9903, 665-7484, 886-9059.  Al-Aleen 886-2565 Ol 865-7484.  nc  Sunshine Coasl  Now available in Sechell! Foi i . __ ,���������,.   ^_mmn ������ M  In. xMlm.  lo (wi . er���. ~ A "^ f"01 l0f "0����� M "  Iree catalogue, lo book a show, or fc        fm ^^^ ���  pMCi in order please call Kim. ^^hm^        ��  $854918                       Acbc ________________  W youi culls m Gibsons, Gowet  PL Rd., ll summer on weekends,  begnning on the long weekend in  MBy.$15fday. Call Saly 8864068  ���22c  Colonic Irrigation. 8854657.��1w  MAI FEST "LEAVENWORTH"  May 14 $38, pp.. also  'HOT DEALS IN THE CITY'  3 Day Portland, July 4 ��� $180.  Plus Renoir. $159 Black Velvet  5804511. ��ic  Pigert 1-979486501  RoDet�� IGA Gfcsons 8864487  SSlUCooleRsnMBAvartte  A WONDERFUL ALTERNATIVE!  tiny French NanNrslon  Kindergarten, Playgroup - 314  year okk. I'acola Passe-Partout  now taking registration for September 1194, Inlormation Open  House, Wad., May 25, 7 pm.  Camp Douglas, Roberts Creek.  For inlormation call: 885.5855,  885-5363. Ktc  2 young cats, area of Ebbtide >  Whart, May ii. One Mack* while.  one tabby. 8654972.        Ktc  Cluster diamond ring on Langdale  terry last Tues, May to. Reward  ottered. Call 886-2668 alt. 6pm  ���21w  A bunch ol keys, between Trill  Bay Mill ind Hackett Park. Miy  14.8654551. ��21c  Reward: tor return of Mack I purple Iguana men's mountain bike,  has water bottle holder, black  lender missing. Taken Irom School  Rd. residence. 8864717 or Gibsons RCMP 866-2245. Hn  vtouN'WOu-caio  Lsssons. All ages and levels  Redroolls 886-1066. K2c  1967 Clavinova CLP-50 Yamaha  electronic piano, lull keyboard  w/skxH and lighl, $1600.8664214.  KSw  Hsinizman upright piano, bench,  medurn size, rerantly tuned, $850.  865-3661. Klc  Muse Lessons. VUki, viola, bum-  pal, and lower strings. Arranging.  composition, and jaiz theory.  BUnaDuaway, 665-1066. Ktc  Anlique upright piino. Clinton.  hoy keys. it��U sotxnkng boatd,  bsautU sound. $1000.866-9306.  ��ns  AvaiHHe Nov. 16 lo Dec. 13, apt  w/ocian view al quiet beach  resort. Kami. $550 US pei Ion-  night. 866-9017. K2c  Woodworking band sa*. 685-  6065. K2c  Classical records: qualily hardcover books in dust jackets. Allan  Crane 8654991. KSw  Household goods, lurniture, tools,  etc. lor SSPCA yard sale, Sit.  June 4. Call 6664750 lor pickup.  Klw  Power washei. Call 8864558. lln  Wanled: Clean Nl, E-Z dump. Wilson Creek. 865-4498 HI. 6pm.  Ktc  A good tent trailer in good cond.  865-5032. 122*  WANTED: Books * magaiines  lor the ���Marly. Preferably large  print, novels i picture books. Contact Elizabeth Simpson wk. 886-  2622 hm. 886-7355. tins  Sat., June 4,14pm, SPCA shelter,  Henn; Rd.. no early birds, donations gratefully received In  advance. 8864750. K1w  Yard Sale  May 28129,772 O'Shea, 104pm  Eariy birds welcome. 886-2459.  ���21*  Moving: deep freeze, Fulon,  canoe, lurniture, misc., Sat., May  28, 8:30 lo 2:30, #3 Rockland  Wynd Trailer Court, Browning  Road. Klw  Kenmore dryer, H/D, Fabric Master, auto, cycle, $150 lirm. 885-  3421. ��22w  Admiral F/F Iridge S Adm. S/C  stove, harvest gold, exc. cond.,  $525 pr. 685-9100. KSw  24' Viking electric slove, good  cond., $100.8654536. ss  Beaumark H/D dryer, $55.885-  5606. K2w  Viking white HD dryer, new $268;  Kenmore HD waiher a dryer,  $529; Gibsons satellite 15 cu. IL,  while 2 dr. fr/free. $449; Kama*  15 cu. It. almond, 26' W. 2 dr.  fr/free, $459; Kenmore Maik 2 30"  almond stove, $371; Gumey  Chatelet 30' white Move, $299;  Motlat B/in dishwasher, $188;  Admiral (Inglis)'wai)ier,$29t;*  ingtn 30'*mond SBll-clBen, $429;  AdmM sxs 3 dr. 21 cu IL fridge,  $569;.and more. All appliances  recond. w/90 days to 2 yn. warranty, pem 1 labour. Bjom, 886-  7617 or Comer Cupboard 685-  4434. Ktc  tietz Applicmtx  Repair to all mains ol  major appliances. Sales  of good used appliances  with warrantees.  Call Harvey at 88^9959  Located next to  Palra Pizza on Hwy 101  Gibsons  taiga white Wdga $125; or wap  lor ��!**. 8634126.       Klw  General Electric wesher/dryer,  good woiking cond., 1300.665*  9100. K1w  Viking HO W/D emond, $250. sel  8864646. K1c  CHAJRREPAIKS  We can re-glue those  wobbly old chairs.  TIM CLEMENT  CABNETMAKER  ���s-aais  mrtWtv.O*  MMM  Dining loom table, oik veneer,  62'x42'. plus leel. eneienl cond-  Son. $100.886-7623. K3c  Moving sill - antique Austrian  piano, living room tumiture; drtng  loom md kilchen table sets; bedioom lum,1uie: sewing machine;  misc., ill exc. cond., reesonebie  pnws 885-4862. KSw  Kitchen table, 4 chairs, $100;  mahogany 9 di. dresser, chest,  night table, $350; brown sod chek,  $75.8664625. KSw  Brand new hide-a-bod, must go,  grey/Hue. $450.885-5859. KSw  2-pc. sectional chesterfield  w/malching loveseat, in good  Shape. $400 obo. 8664234.KSW  36' glass lop iron patio table. 4  padded matching chain, $360;  china cabinet, oek color, glass  doors top, solid doors bottom,  $225 866-7756. Klc  Sola t chair, exc. cond., lanMge,  $450 abo; recliner chair, grey, exc.  cond., $300 obo. 883-9178. K2w  King size waterbed w/6 drewen,  $250 obo; Yoik 2600 mega gym,  $550 obo 865-9688 K2w  ��� 16  Coast News, May 23, 1994  20. Furniture  1930's couch and chair, newly  covered in chintz, $1500. Trinkets  a Treasures, Molly's Lane.  ��22c  Brown Palliser couch & love seat,  wood trim, excellent condition,  $550000.885-7500. ��22w  Dining room table, extends to 72'.  4 chairs, like new, solid wood,  $375.885-9909. ��21w  Vilas maple dining set/round table  (2 leafs, 4 chairs), $300; 60" round  glass and cane table w/2 chairs,  $300; 2 bar stools, $25 ea.; dishwasher (portable white GE), $100;  pine microwave stand, $40; single  mattress, $5. All in excellent condition. 886-0979. Klc  Queen waterbed w/6 diawers,  $150; cream colored kitchen table  i 4 chairs, $200; 72"x36' wicker  bookcase, $75.885-5307. K2w  21. For Sale  'Oily' wood stove w/pipes, $400;  RCA console 3 spd. AM/FM tape  deck, 3-way speakers, exc. cond..  $100; Oster kitchen centre w/meat  grinder, like new, $175.685-7686.  122*  2 vinyl picture windows, 6 mos.  old, $200, 47'x52 1/2' ; 2 blue  Venetian blinds to lit windows, 3  mos. old, $125.665-2656.  K2w  r"iT��tn���'  SUNCO  Recycled Building Molwoli  French Doon/lnt Ert Dooi  Alum & Vinyl Windows  lighting/Kilchen &  Bomroom Fixtures elc  V&otlrslenorasl  ���������������������*  5653Wkorf��d, SactwH  Jracycfv ��� Sfwi  MONSAT9om-5l��  USED   |  [AUTOPARTSI  '    Shop around - you'll    I  I  1     find i! pays lo buy  I recycled auto parts from _  ��� BYPASS AUTO &    I  ��� TRUCK MCYCURS   |  I     886-3880 J  21. For Sale  8' Frontier Camper, $2300; IV  Mirrocralt, plus 7.7 HP molor,  $950.8864854. Ktc  Gulbransen paoemaker organ,  upright Ireezer, both in good  shape. 865-3347. Klc  Various construction tools: compressor, air nailers, stilts, plus -  plus - plus! 8854557 ask lor Don.  Ktc  LOOS TO IUMIW  PORTABLE BAND SAW  MILL SERVICE W!U  COME TO YOUR PROPERTY  TO CUT YOUR LOGS.  Brian 813-0370  Oueen size waterbed, in good  condition, $500 obo; 2 swag  lamps; healed hostess tray. 866-  2172. K3c  Shopsmith hobby saw w/attach-  ments. 8854191. 123*  Packard Bell XT computer, 30  meg. HD, monochrome monitor,  enhanced keyboard, mouse, greet  tor processing or school, $500.  8854819. ss  Double kayak F/G exc. cond..  spray skirts paddies. $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,  $75,886-9420. K3w  Firewood, $100/cord. Spill i delivered. MWid 885-5658.      K3w  Cassio CT710 electronic keyboard, 2 yrs. old, ind. case, stand,  seal, $500.886-7653.       K3w  Beige velour chestertield and  chaii, $100; wooden cabinet  stereo, 76, 45, 36 misc. antique  records, $50; older hide-a-bed and  matching chair, $100 obo. 886-  9229. K3c  100 gal. fuel tank lor pick up. nice  shape, $100. Phone eves, ask lor  Cari. 863-9483. K3c  Ski rack carrier lor car top. 886-  9346 eves. K3c  Specialty cakes: weddings,  anniversaries, special occasions.  Rentlls available. MaiyLou, 885-  9250. �����  Men's bicycle, good condition.  88643460VBS. K3cs  COMPUTER  HgM Rsnbow 100 wkh MS-DOS  end CP/M opereting systems,  Select Word Processor, Microsoft  Mirtpian Spreadsheet, with letter  quality printer. Ideal for home  ollice. $250. Computer desk, $50.  8664110. *23c  Horse manure. $25: unscreened  top sdl, p/u load. $12 (we load);  landemloadr5.ee5-5629.rac  Secret Cove. 2 bdrm condo, 6  appliances, view. Asking  $149.900.5844310. K2w  Motlai washei 4 matching dryer,  exc. cond, $350.865-4268. K2c  4 P185 70/P14 all season tires,  like new. $200.8864614.      ss  Lavender rose. Royal Albert ctvna,  1/4 d new price. 8854310. K2c  Fibreglass tent trailer, $900; cartop  earner, used once, $75; radial tire  chains, never used, $40.883-  2377. K2c  Contour chair, exc. cond.. $400  obo. 885-2623. 123*  Burning barrels, $15 ea.; beer  Iridge, $75. good cond. 885-5703.  123*  Rubber dinghy 1 oars, $65; 40  gal. electric waler heater, $40;  portable dishwasher, good woiking, green, $65; qualily floral  design equipment ind. silk flowers.  665-2310. KSW  Stork cralt crib t maltress, while,  Moving: Saddle. $250; double  bed, $60; wood slove, $135;  dressers, $45; desks, $50; high-  chair, $60: fridge/stove, $200 pr.;  crib, $75; much more, 885-1942.  ���21c  Weights 1 weight bench by Welder. Oilers. 6864971. tins  RON'S HOOFING  New and re-rooting, cedar shakes,  duroids. torch-on. 8854166. K1c  Ph 581 -6503  9100.  ���23*  exc. cond., $100; wet suri. laimer  Colour pencil portraits Irom your  Johns men's medium, $60.885-  ___*�� ?oh.0,,0,cP!^,���'!^  Iriends. 9'x12', $35. Send cheque  oi M/O along wilh photo to P.O.  Box 291, Gibsons, BCVON 1V0.  Pis. allow 64 wks. for delivery.  Satisfaction guaranleed or money  refunded. tfns  Model 1700 Clark door maintainer,  scrubber and extractor, $1200  obo. 8854604. K2c  Prawns  T>allw  $3.75lb^#k  883-2136  Leave Message  Ladies 7-pce. Spalding golf set.  bag S cart, $115; men's 7-pce.  golf set w/bag, $90, all in top  shape. 885-7651. K2w  PERENNIALS-PERENNIALS  Pampas Grass, Cala Lillies, Winter  Heather, Daphne, Spinas, Pdyen-  thus, Dahlias, etc. Some scarce,  good selection! 5769 Teredo St.,  865-9483 every day.        K2w  .   For all your  renovation needs call  BWOICE KANDAIX  CONTRACTING  ��� Residential  ��� Commercial  ��� Free Estimales  Call Brace 805-19*9  Bicycles, $15 to $65: misc. VW  van parts, torque wrench 885-  3192 ��22c  D4 Cal. Ford backhoe |'76|.  12x20 portable building. 5th  wheel 2 axel trailer acei wetdng  set 220 amp Lincoln welder  Honda 1' hp mtng mower porta-  potti. ne*ei fisner *ood stove  865-7147 i22c  Blue oval 6x8 It rug. $50 obo:  Dorei playpen, exc cond.. $35  obo; oek table *>2 leaves, needs  relinisfiing.$125000 885-3996   K2c  Mrv Binds (2) 21 1/2 * x 57 3/4.  wttte; (2| 52 1/2 w x 42 3/8 whrte  4 green; 83 x 58 *hne. 59156  beige: 33 x 45 pink; 65 x 71 white:  691 46 peach; 20 1/2 > 56 t/2.  $15 each. 8664445.       ��2cn  Trampoline - 10'x14' Sundance  Piddod Irame, good condition.  Phone 866-7805. $800.     K2c  Treadmill, motorized, $375 obo;  msdated canopy, lor 1/2 ton. $350  obo. 885-9715. ��22c  Protection screen, $10; Rotomaiic  protector. $20: Canon A2 power  wmdm,S75.885-4194.      K2w  Hide-a-bed. exc. cond., hardly  used, earth tone tweed, $150.  885-4750. K2w  Good quality dble. boxsp. t met,  solid birch heed ind F/B, $300.  8864904. K2w  Large trampoline ��� greet simmer  lun, $600; 100 yr. old pot belly  slove. 5II. tall, $600; small pot  belly stove. $80: Swedish sauna  stove, $120; 1 yr. ok) electric HW  tank. 60 gal.. $100; 1 yr. dd dec-  tric tumace. $285. Cal after 6 pm,  8854623. Klw  Applewoiks computer, $100 or  trade lor child car seal; 10* radd  aim saw, $250; wall unit. 885-  9349. Ktw  286 computer, Math Co.-processor. 40 meg HD. 3.5 and 5^5 loppy disc drive, colour monilor,  mouse w/windows, 3.0 DOS 6.2,  auto cad, time line scheduler,  works quattropro. and games,  $650. Epson FX100 wide carriage  printer. $125.885-3363.     Ktc  Brand new step machine, $100  obo. Phone 885-5412.       Klc  Bdrm. suite. $500: coffee table.  chairs, odd tables, microwave,  dishes. s:% stools, stereo speakers rugs, brass coat stand, lots d  misc 6864666 Ktw  Seasoned Fir - $120 per cord.  split ano delivered 886-7774.  Ktw  Money's Mushroom Manuie  Fir bark mulch, medum and large  sizes, and other items lor spnng  886-7774 i21w  Moving: FP high chair; Gerry DLX  back pack; Prego stroller; new  Norco kids bike (5-7); Norco lades  bush pilot bike. Apdlo 10 sp. 885-  6026. K1c  Adobe pholo shop LE 2.5 lor windows, still in wrap, $500. 885-  9861. ss  5 rolls of FAX paper 6 1/2'x328',  1'core, $5.95 perrdl. 886-2622.  this  FIREWOOD FOR SALE  Dry fir, $85 tor pick-up load; green  alder/fir, $65 lor pick-up load.  Dave 665-9306. tfns  Heli-ox-18 bend mask 8 hoses  with communications gear, $3000;  T-30 Ingersdl Rand compressor  comes/w 5x200 cu. tl Cascade 3  HP.3PH, starter liter, etc. Hydro  just expired aulo shutoff at 3100  psi,$3S00.866-8464. Dm  12 It. chrome 'A' vent chimney,  $100; laige cepedty wood heeler,  $500ak tka new. 865-7611.   es  H0R8E MANURE  $20 pick/up or 2 loeds lor $30, you  load. Roberts Creek. 685-9968.  On  SATELLITE SALES  ANO SERVICE  Green Onion Eelh Station  885-5*44.  tin  OOOO HAY  Garden Mulch Hey $3.50  Wholi ottt lOcnb  Cel Between 12-lpm  88S43S7  tfn  Antique wood burning cook dove,  $600.8654506. IB  Sears 9' garage doors & openers  (new 1000 ee.) $650 ei. 685-  0244. m  Garden Mil ��� Sand  Bark Mulch ��� Gravels  Have Dump-will travel  up to 4 yd. loads  caH Dave 886-7348  25. CampeisS RVs  76 Dodge 318, P/S, P/W, P/T,  P/S, $800.865-9646. ss  '76 Dalsun pickup L/B 4 sp., MtS  rusl, looks and njns good, $1200  film. 886-7617 all. 6pm.     Ktw  '77 lop ol the line Newport  Chrysler, 1 ownet, 50,000 orig.  mi., exc. cond., oilers? 6654756.  ��23w  Wrecking high pert. '79 Mustang  w/'B5 302 4 spd. Parts or complete. 865-7233. K2c  79 Poiche 924, 72,000 mi., premium condilion, $5600 obo. 686-  0614. ss  79 Ford LTD, 2 dr., 60,000 ml.,  good lires, 302 III, new muffler 8  exhaust, dean, aircared, no rust.  $950.8654801. Klc  79 228 black high performance  drive train, 4 sp., T-roof, exc. lies,  $1500.8864631. Ktc  79 Ford Fairmont, good running  condilion, new transmission,  exhaust. 886-5102. ss  1810   1881   '61 Hondl Accord Iront wheel  drive, 4 dr., 4 cyl. auto., exc. Interior. PS/CC/PB, mech. sound,  $1500 Obo. Must see. 683-2630  ask lor P.J. Klw  Wanted ��� used Ford Explorer XLT  or Eddie Bauer 4 dr., auto. Lv.  mess. 8664356. Ktw  '81 Volvo wagon diesel, 5 sp.,  axis, but needs some wok, body  reas., $1250 ObO. 6864575. K1C  '61 AMC Concord, white, runs  good, $675.865-1942. ss  ���81 VW Jetta 4 dr., 5 sp., sunrad,  $3500 obo. 886-7969. SS  1982  1962 Honda Civic Deluxe 4 door,  5 speed, green, one owner,  100,000 kms, many extras, no  rust, new brakes, tires, 42 mpg.  $2600 obo. 863-9296 eves. ��23c  ���82 Oldsmobile Clara 125m) id.  burgundy in and out. Great car,  but they say it needs some wok,  $700 obo. 883-9141.        KSw  ���82 Fotd Mustang, 117,000 k's, 6  cyl. luto. Veiy good condition.  $2500. Cl�� 8664866. SB  '82 Buick Regal V6 auto., one  owner, $1500 obo. 8664579.  K1w  '82 Chev Cavalier, good cond.,  $1000 Obo. 866-7677.        K1c  ��2 Mazda RX7, good cond., new  dutch, brakes, $3100.8884032.  '89 Camaro RS T-roofs, 2.6 auto.,  62K, mint cond., $9500 obo NO  GST. 883-9334 eves.        K2w  1998  '90 Chevy Sprint, white 4 dr. auto.,  exc. cond., asking $5400. 866-  3644. Mic  1881  '91 Mercury Cougar, auto., lir,  power, white, exc. cond., 35,000  kms, $15,000 obo. 8864623. ss  '91 Sunbird SE, V6, 5 sp., 2 dr.,  air, tilt & cass. $8900.686-2668.  ss   1992   1992 Buick Regal Limited, low  mileage, loaded. 8864669. K3c  '92 Aerostar, 7 pass. Exc. cond.  42,000 km. 886-7524 eves.     SS  1983  CLEAROUT! Used tires, wheels,  Chevette; Hondl Accord parts.  885-7167 ss  '94 Jeep YJ 4 L. auto., while  w/Uack hard t sod top, 16,000  km., CD, stereo (Pioneer),  w/delichible Irolnt panel. Fog  lights, large gas lank, centie locking consol, locking trunk, mag  wheels, $16,900 +GST. 883-2622  Iv.mass. K1c  '82 Subaru, very good cond.,  $1100000.8656268.       Ktc  IW  '83 Ford Clubwagon, $800.885-  6419. K2c  '64 Nissan Centre, good cond.,  $800.8854071. Klw  ta  350 John Deere bucket. 8834665  days, 883-9974 eves, alter 6 pm.  K3c  I3'i8'x7 Unico vin body with  power tailgate, $3500 obo. 886-  3199. K3w  350 John Deere bucket. 8834974  after 6.863-9655 deys.     Ktw  Lincoln irch welder, rune well,  $1800 obo 8864352        Mtw  Anlique Car  65 Buck V6 engine, wining conation, $300 obo. 8664842. ��23w  W Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  dus dsc player, $6786.866-7150.  ���  No Job?  No Credit?  No Problem!  WE FINANCE  70 Chev Belair, 350 luto., reliable, $550 obo. 8854117.     es  Rebuilt Aerostar motor w/92  wiring, w/new heeds, 1600; Used  Vdkswegen van mdor, 1600 ccm,  30,000 km.(molor), $250. 883-  2512. K2w  73 Super Beetle, $2500 obo.  883-9234. U  73 Lincoln town ear, 480, lull  dectric. bed Oder. 885*2686. IB  73 Super Beetle, gas heater, new  seats, bahery. $1600.6864019*  74 Firebird 400,4 sp.. very deen  and list, $2500. Call Jason 885-  3281 days 8864050 eves. K3w  CEDAR TREES 75 Ponliac Ventura, exc. ruining  For borders, hedges, etc Average cond, new Iras, $450. 77 Toyoll  11.polled $4 00ea 8864002 Corolla, in running cond.. needs  K1C some woik, $300.8654530.K1C  1987  '86 Mazda cab plus w/canopy, 5  sp., exc. cond., asking $5400.  886-2970. Klc  1988  1969 Aerostar. 3.0 I, V6. auto. XL  trim, air, am/lm stereo cassette,  luggage rack, speed control, tilt, 5  pass. Exc. cond. $8700. 886-  7951. ��23c  '89 2-71 stepside 4x4, lully loaded,  must sail. 686-7484. ss  '89 F250 30,000 kms., like new,  $12,500. Hardtop lor Suzuki  Samarai. $600.866-3854.   Klc  '89 Bronco II XL silver, V6 5 sp.,  cass., dean & comlortable, $9600.  685.2133. ss  1992  1992 Aerostar delivery, only  19,000 miles, 3 litre, 4 speed auto,  a/c, asking $12,500.8854495.  ���23c  1983  '93 Explorer XLT, fully loaded, exc.  cond., 28,000 km, $24,960. No  GST. Consider '90 - '92 4x4  Ranger pert trade. 8664076.K2C  '55 Chevy pick up, 2S3 4 spd,  $5600; 327 Corvette motor, rebuilt,  $1500.885-5467. IS  13'x8'x7' Unico van body wilh  power tailgate, $3500 obo. 886-  3199. ��23w  \lCONO AUTO PAINT  An Inexpensive  Alternative.  Enamel _  Finishes from $400  BODYWORK EXTRA  For details call  Jack at  Western Rim  883-9526  Ws  '69 Chev 3/4 ton, rebuilt, mech.  body? 2 sets 8 ply. 686-4726 for  detals. K2c  ���70e  75 Dodge propane 4X4, new cab,  completely rebuilt, $6500.885-  7516. ss  75 F150 buck wkh new flat deck,  addng $1600.886-7097.       ss  76 Foid 3/4 ton p/u, good mod  truck, $500 obo. 885-7703. K2c  76 Ford Ringer 4x4,1/2 ton  camper special, exc. cond $3800.  8884882. ss  77 Ford 150 4x4.80 box, new  tlras, tuff box. Good cond. $2600  0(10.8664660 ss  76 GMC long van, wel-cemper-  ized, luto., PS/PB, trouble-free  led 5 yrs., $1750 obo. 8850286.  K2w  79 Landcruiser, dieeel, 6000 Ib.  wirn winch, warn hubs, new  enhauB, 18500 cto.866-7B00.il  79 Font Bronco XLT, 4 wh. drive,  auto., looks and runs excellent,  14896 ObO. 886-7088. W  78 GMC Jkmiy, black F.G. roof,  veiy reliable, $2000 obo. 885-  3537. Klw  1981  81 Dodge van, 7 pees., rear net  folds to bed, cruise, till, eir, etc.  $2600 000.886-7520. II  '81 Suzuki H/T 4x4, exc. cond.,  ���Song $2500.8854737.    K3w  ���81 Fort Courier, new pain, $1250  000.8864579. K1w  ��1 GMC timer wedel itbuilt 350.  ciues, PW/PL cmopy, eulo., exc.  cond, $3500.8864778.     Klc  1>B~  V Ditwi PU, good ramble truck,  $1000.8864851 aft. 8pm. Klw  WHIM: Clin C motoihome, 17-  20 It. Okanagan (or similar),'65 or  newer, low kilmetres (mint lor preference!). 8864587. K3c  7 1/2 II. camper lor small PU,  $2500; box liner, $100.8864007.  123*  1978 Dodge XTC getaway van,  $4500 Obo. 885-9125.       K3w  1979 Okanagan 26II. Sth Wheel.  Awning, stereo, hitch Incl., exc.  cond., asking $7500; 1977 one-ton  crew cab on duals, also avail. 885-  5881. KSw  1977 Class C motorhome, exc.  cond. To view phone $12,500.  8864124. K3c  1983 Sklark 18 It. tandem trailer -  excellent condition, toilet, hot  water, lurnace, 3 way Iridge,  stove, stereo. $5300.885-5937.  ���23c  1990 Corsair 28 It. 5th wheel, less  than 2,000 hwy. kms., exc. cond.,  musl be seen to be appreciated.  Asking $23,500. 885-6028 ot  leave message. K2c  Wanled 5 hp generetor lor  motoihome, 120 v 15 amp. 886-  3S& rae  1973dass'A'22 ft. motorhome.  Cadlac Eldorado, 472 cu. in. ve,  luly equipped exc. cond., $6500.  6854456. K2c  1890 35 tt. Terry Resort Travel  Trailer. Exceptionally clean, stored  lad 3 yeers. Better than new lor  the money. $14,500.686-3199.  Klw  17 It. travel trailer, Iridge, slove,  shower, flush toilet, holding lank,  dc. $2500000.8834450.   Klc  74 camper van, GMC 350 3/4 ton  van Irame. Stove, heater, sink,  relied rool, Aircere - Jan/94.  Handy unit for holidays, $1450  Obo. 8864631. K1c  30' Terry Sth wheel good cond.,  $8000.896-7054. K1c  1978 Triple E travel trailer, 25 tl.  full-size, 3 pc. bathroom, full-size  fridge, 4 burner dove, own 8 Ian.,  exc. cond, $5600 ObO. 665-7016.  ss  24 It. trailer, sleeps 4, dedricHW  tank, forced air tumace, 2-way  fridge, 4-burner stove w/oven,  dower, bath and toilei. AH in A-1  condtion, $3200.8654456. Klc  Estate sale ��� 1986 Travel-Airs 20  It. 5th wheel. Loaded, incl. air &  awning, very dean, $11,500; also  1969 Ford 150 dub cab 302 auto.,  F.l. XLT Lariat, only 44,000 kms.,  tow package, veiy clean,  $13,500,886-7927. Klc  '61 9'6' Vanguard camper, 4 burner c/w oven, 3/w Iridge, lorced air  lurnace, H/W tank, bathroom  w/shower, very clean cond., must  sell, asking $8500.865-2351. ss  Truck canopy fibreglass by  Canopy West. Fits box 86'xeO'  sliding w screens, like new, $500  obo. 885-7251. Klw  6x45 trailer, sleeps 6, clean and  good cond. 6852100. ss  1990 dx. 24' mdoitiome A-1 condition. 886-9025. ss  30 It. travel trailer, remodelled, gas  stove, lurnace, shower, $6500.  866-6202. SI  1979 Silver Streak 30' travel trailer, deluxe model, exc. quality 1  cond., must see, $13,000 obo.  6657464. IS  40' RV bus, piopane powered,  totally liveable, mechanically  sound, great shape, $10,000.865  4073. K1w  1966 16 1/2 It. Travelaire, 5th  wheel lo-lite, single axle, electric  brakes, tip lop shape, $8960. Hitch  included. Suitable lor a small  truck. 885-9451. K2w  1968 3/4 ton PU w/PS/PB, real  classic with 8 tt. camper, both exc.  cond., must be seen. 6854777.  ���23*  8'9* 1975 Vanguard camper,  Sleeps 5, $3000 Obo. 866-7738.  ���22*  Mid 70s, 8 tt. Security Camper.  Stove, Iridge, healer, needs 2  lacks remounted, $800 obo. Utility  trailer 8x4x4' needs one lender,  $500 obo. 686-7617 alt. 6pm.  sK1w  Moving -mustsdl! 21 It. llbregUss  boal, new canvas, 327 GMC  motot, $4850.8657736.    Klw  1977 24 ft. Reinell, needs fuel tank  J TLC, asking $3500; 198318 HP  Mercury 0/B, s.s. tank, $850,685  5861. ___  26 It. Campion Toba, new 351  engine rebuilt leg., veiy well kepi.  Sacrilice $22,500.6B54495.K3C  32'UnltlHs-1978  MV'Magnum Strike II"  House kept - mint! 270 Crusaders  (low hrs), radar, color sounder,  aulo pilot, diesel lurnace, auto  winch (300II. chain), cuslom bait  tank, dc. Must see! $89,000. Call  Duke 885-5247. K2c  Charter boat, 25'5' Grew, all  options, $16,000; boal house lot  2ff boat, $6000.883-2246. ��22w  24 tl Shark  CSC built, FG class sloop, can  sleep 4, stove, sink dc, new O/B,  4 sills, recently overhauled,  $6000.886-9747 Michld,  K2w  Forced lo sdl, luxurious libregliu  Fotce 50 yacht, leak decks, 56 ft.  ol craltmanship, world traveller.  Fridge, stove, microwave, water-  maker, washer/dryer, Ireezer, Ice-  maker, bathtub, shower, 2 heeds,  king and queen beds, greet galley,  huge salon, Volvo diesel, radar,  Loran, satellite navigation, weethei  lax, FM and ham radios, Inboard  computers and much more. Greet  condtlon, will consider real estate  trade. $190,000. Herb Craig 886-  2 Mustang floater suits: 1 laige, 1  medium, $200 each. 886-7558.  ���22*  2277.  i Odd town visitors? Why nd  lend than 8A1M0NRIMM  with a professional?  ��� luxurious 28ft. spoil fisher  . Live bal/light tadde.AI  equipmed suppled" Over  10,000 hrs local guiding  experience* Proven resuts  Cm: Kevin Gunning  Owner/operator d  $83-9649, fuS854JU  SECHELT MARINE!  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain Mil Murray I  MCMMC MNAMS  MA.BYC. ��� Marine  Surveyor! and ConukonH  20'1991 Bayliner Trophy, 150 hp  o/b on trailer, $20,000 obo., 886-  8174. K3c  14 II. libreglass Sangster with  older 40 hp Merc, runs well,  w/lrailer,$1750.865-7469 after 6.  K3c  27' Newport sailboat, i/b, head,  dnette, good cond. 8864799.  ���23c  16' Canaventure Bow Rider, 65  Yamaha motot, power lit 8 trim,  easy loader trailer, al Items new.  Value $12,500, Sdl $10,000 lirm.  6654621. K3c  26 ft. 114 fi. Sea Span barge, 454  Merc motor. For info cal 663-9974  evenings after 6,6634655 days.  ���23c  151/21 Hourstori ClasscraN nvArail-  er, motor nol woiking, $950.886-  3113. K3c  22 tt. Fibretoim Sedan, new molor  lad yeai, approx. 15 his, $11,500  obo; 20 fl. Sangsler c/ctueer, nsw  6 cyl. motor, new canvas, as new  trailer, mint, all lor $10,950; 23 ft.  Classic Star sail boat, ihis one  must be seen. Call Gorde at Coho  Marina, 883-2248. K3c  1993 Yamaha Waverunner, low  hrs. Wdl maintained, $4500.886-  9691. K2c  I Will auction oH, Irom Peninsula  | Transport property, 22 ft. FG boet  with IB/OB in disrepair. If owner  does not claim within 30 diys  under Warehousemen's Lien Act.  raw  4 hp Johnton outboaid L.S. Med  10 houn (Iresh water) New price  S1200. tor sale S7C0. Call  8857978. K2c  18 1/2 tt. I.g. boat w/100 hp and  trailer. Firet $3600.6864120.K2C  1979 16 ft. Slvedlne. Rem* 186  hp motot, al bis, 2 down riggers,  bait link, anchor winch, ntw batteries, VHF radio, new flooring.  $8500 obo. 8864230.        K2c  27' Concorde l.g. cabin cruller.  318 Chrysler i/b, radar, VHF, CB,  sounder, compiss, sleeps 4.  Excellent condition. Ready to  cruise. $17.800.8857240.     si  28 lLxi4 ft. See Span targe, 454  Mac. motor. Inlo 8834874 eras.  after 6pm, 6834656 deys. Klw  28 It. Trojan wood enner, deeps  4, ice box. heed, dove, 455 Ods  V-drive power, duel stations,  needs TLC, $2800 obo. 8655577.  Ktw  12 ft. F/G runabout w/dder 8 HP  O/B, all in woiking cond., $400  Obo. 6864189. Klw  25 ft. Cdglass Hdm crunr, MD,  power, deen, $10,500.8654807.  K1w  ���87 Hondl Civic DX 150,000 hwy.  '84 Nissan 4x4 King Kab. Good  daps, $2000.6864443.    K3c  Ladies antique diamond ptatim/n  engagement ring, appraised  $1500. sdl S1200.683-2540.K1w  Fisher airtight CSA approved  woodstove. $250; 2-250 gil. oil  tanks, $75 se. obo. 6852946.  K1w  "Kozi" wood stove, exc. cond..  $220; 26" Sony Trinatton TV,  $200.8852970. Klc  DECEMBER  FOREST PRODUCTS  Mixed lirewood, split 1 delivered.  Full cords. $100 8664349. K1C  km., great shape, new brakes 1 ��4 Dodge Ceravin, auk). $4,500.  Ires, $3300.8854298.     K2w    8884204. SS  87 Tracer L, 2 dr KB, good cond.,  $1750 ObO. 8834205.       K2w  ���67 Tempo 4 dr., P/W, P/D/L, dr  cond., AM/FM slereo, exc. cond,  $2650.8854054. SI  '87 Chevrolet Sprint, s tp.  w/mrao, 60m. log*., $3200 obo.  8657887 Bjom. Ktc  '84 Mizdi diesel, B2200 PU, 5  ip��� $1100 obo. 8853970. KSw   188$   '85 Toyota pickup, $1500. 886-  786V rae  '85 Ford F1S0 XLT, ext. cib,  canopy, 351, s/new parti, gd.  cond., 18800.8854108.        ss  '88 Cavalier Z24, V4, Pwr. tun-  tod ��Mr. Exc. cond. $6,800 do.  886-7854 eft. 5:30pm. ss  '88 Niiian Sentre 5 sp., red,  AWFM ass. deck, new trom Brae,  exc. cond., $5500.8864837. ss  ���86 Chev 1/2 km, piopane, $3500  01X1.8854125. K3w  ���66 GMC p/u lot sde oi irade tor  cer. Value $5500.866-7470. K2c  whon you  pay tor -t Inemrflone  FOR ONE INSERTION  W* MW^P   Wm ma*Aams\me\mr\sfJ \*e*  W^^KQ^W  EdHion.Upk)IOwofth;25(aih    L- 1- -JJan 8     _-J  All classifieds must be _______________ ?   tJTt.^%1  pre-paid before insertion     ^^^^^^H nN. L0SI, round 1 nM  fvtw Sell Claeslllmde  $17 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, tatting on* item, will run 4 contaculiti* weeks  than will b* cancelled unless you instruct ul to renew ll  by ilnnlfied deadline ��� r*>i cmntow. kx mm���<cio/ ��wn��i  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DIADLINES:  KUwahsy MltUie Wmokomfr*  NOON, FRIDAY NOON TUISDAT  Gibson* ���96-2622 Sathelt MS-3930  : '   '.  _________  ______ Coast News, May 23,1994  17  28. Motorcycles  For Rent I For Rent | For Rent 132. Commercial  Gibsons Langdale  ||  Gibsons/Langdale  |   Sechelt & district      ,       for Renl  34. Help Wanted  19 ll. Campion hard lop, cuddy  cabin, lull canvas. Powered by 896  Mercruiser Iresh waler cooled 5  litre V8/196 HP. Very low hours,  used mostly lor mooching. Perfect  cond., clean inside & oul, $9500  obo. 885-5025. ��|C  30' Searay w/command bridge, 2  VHS, 2 deplh sounders, fridge,  slove, oven, hoi waler tank, water  holding tanks, loilel, shower, swim  grid, lots ol canvas covers. In exc.  shape. 886-2628. ��21w  22 1/2 II. Flbreform command  bridge cruiser, 160 Mete Cruiser,  Iresh water coaled 20 HP Johnson  O/B, toilet, sink stove, Ice box, sliding glass doors Inlo cabin and  many more. 666-6902, or 1-942-   Hlw  Wanled: Classic wooden runabout. 886-2738. ss  40' lishboat, S4400,may accepl  small vehicle trade-in, exlra remanulaclured 75 HP diesels,  $1700. Selection gear, $150 up,  12V-671 starter, props, stainless  steel exhaust system, $240. Head,  $80. Scope and 303 rifle, $190.  6660163. #2lw  17 It. glaas boat w/traller, new  Volvo engine and leg, plus more,  $4500.872-3703. #21c  Float house, 14 It.x48 II. moored in  Tillicum Bay Marina. Nick 885-  6340. Klc  20II. Double Eagle, newly re-powered w/Vdvo Penta motor/leg, new  canvas, depth sounder, C/B,  $19,000.665-2692. ��21c  Project boat, 20' Apollo, needs  work, no leg. $1500 obo. 686-  ��71. ��n  10x32' barge, fibreglass over  wood, boom and electric winch.  885-2100. ss  18.5 It. Double Eagle hardtop,  1966 Mere. 470, depth sounder,  radio, bail lank, immac. cond.,  hardly used, with trailer, $15,500  obo. 885-3277. ss  Outboard motor Tohalsu 9.9,  never used, $1350 obo. 6854277.  H3w  14 1/2 It. FG center consd lishing  boat, 45 HP electric start and trailer, $1500.886*579.        #21w  28' Unllly fibreglass, brand new '65 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Nlnja. Large 1 bdrm. $450/mo. Lower  motor and other exlras, lull ol elec- Black, like new, 20,000 km. Gibsons, suit working person. 886-  Ironies. Reasonable price. George $3,500.886-4616 alt. 7 pm.    ss 8138, George or 683-5000 Jim.  886-8139         ss MMIIBM "23"  Heavy duty 50 float ramps built lo  suit. 883-2610 or 683-9290.    ss  29. Wanted  to rent  18 It. Fibreglass, Volvo I/O, boat.  Tandem axle trailer, $3800. 883-  2297      ss  25 fl. Reinell, depth sounder, good  mech. condition. $9000 obo. 686-  4870. ss  Heavy duly 50 float ramps buill to  suit. 883-2610 or 883-9290.    ss  Bayliner 24' C/B, rebuilt engine, 4  hrs., new upholstery, UHF CB, 2  deplh sounders, $12,900. 866-  7255. ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1992-1993  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 683-2456.      tin  Trailer pad lor rent al Bonniebrook  Mobile Home Park, K05/mo. 886-  2887 123c  12x50 Parkwood, Sechelt Center.  Presently rented. Good investment  or live in. 1 block pasl post ollice.  $22,900,885-0604. 122c  50x12 2 bedroom lurnished.  $12,500.8854699. ��22c  NEW HOME  Set up in local park in Gibsons.  686-2597,597-3322. ft)  NEW HOME  Gibsons Parte  Financing Available  686-2597-597-3322  ttn  New 2 bdrm dlx mobile home sel  up in local Gibsons park. For Inlo  call 686-2597,597-3322.     Mn  For Sale By Owner  Musl sell 14x70, $28,000; 12x70,  $22,000. S.C. Mobile Home Park,  Gibsons. 885-5606. 121c  Fum. house in private setting, near  ocean and/or lake by responsible  n/s lamily and small dog, lor Aug.  14-27 holiday. Can pay $1000 +  dam. deposit. Exc. refs. Mark 939-  7959 (collect call OK).       ��23c  Storage space 1,000 sq. It.,  Sechelt area. Mark 685.9494.��23w  Family ol 5 seeks 3 bdrm. cabin tor  July 23-31. Will consider house  swap. 222-1354. ��23w  Large bam or garege, Sechelt lo  P. Haibour, 6 months -1 yr. 663-  2071 Maggi. ��23c  Long lerm lease two bedroom  apartment/house in good repair tor  senior couple. N/S, N/D, N/P,  oceanew, seclusion, clean. 956-  2272 eves. ��21w  1 bdtm. lurnished accomodations,  Sechelt area tor May 22-June 4.  859-9177. I21w  Retired woman, N/S requires 1  bdrm. apartment Sechelt. Would a  quiel clean apartment cat be welcome? 885-7791 ��21w  Responsible working couple  looking lor a 2 - 3 bdrm house lor  long lerm rental. Refs. avail. Pender Harbour area only. 863-2212.  ss  Responsible couple seeks long  teim rental, 1-2 b drms., Rbts. Ck.  or Hallmoon Bay prel., June 1.  Karen 1-2540312. #21c  Mature professional, new to Coasl,  Isseeklng shared WATERFRONT  accommodation. June or July 1,  rels upon request. 8864724.K1W  Responsible lamily require 2 or 3  bedroom house lor June 1 or July  11rom Langdale to Roberts Creek.  532-7757.686-7268.        #22w  22 1/2 It. Double Eagle CB  350/200 ballbag VHF sounder,  $23,000.8854448. SS  22' Bell Buoy rebuilt 302 and Merc  leg, convertible hardtop and canvas. VHF, fishfinder, trailer,  $12,000. Win consider part trade.  BB5-4019. SS  24' work / pleasure boat, l/g on  wood, exc. cond., zero houis on  rebuill 318, new ex-manilolds, new  s.s. shaft, wiring, paint. Full price  includes dinghy, oars, 9 hp motor.  $7900.683-2910. SS  1964 V65 Magna, new paint, new  rubber, greal shape. $2750 obo.  886-9691. 121c  1980 CB 750 Custom  1981 CB 750  1961 GL 500 Silverwing  1964GS750E  1964 KX 60  1979 KZ 660 SR  Yamaha Powerhouse Motorcycles,  1945 Field Rd., 8654137.  #23w  ���83 Suzuki Katana 650, shall drive,  dual Iront disks, new bat., new near  rubber, $9�� obo. 886-2297. tins  1960 Suzuki 400 cc, low mileage,  good cond. $795. View al 632 N.  Fletcher. 8864375. #22c  Honda scooter, $500; VW vans,  $100, parts. 886-7400.      122c  SUNCOAST PROPERTY  MANAGEMENT  Full prop. mgm. service, specialize  In rental properties. To rent or to  renl out, Egmont to Langdale,  3 bdrm. mobile home SCTP, avail.  June 1, $600/mo. rels. req. 686-  4683. ��21w  3-4 bdrm. townhouse, view, close  to town, avail. Immed., $850/mo.  local agent. 9294227.      ��23w  Free standing bachelor suile on a  large properly w/exc. view and  beach. One ml. Irom the lerry terminal. $475/mo. incl. electricity.  686-2738.       ��23c  Month to month clean 3 bedroom  mobile home with washer & dryer  (partially furnished optional), non-  smokers, no pels. North Road.  $675/rno includes all utilities, dam.  dep. $325. Avail. June 15. 686-  2504. tins  Lower Gibsons. 1 bdim suite with  l/p 1 view. $60<Vmo. 886-7037.  123c  Laige 3 bdrm suite plus, lower Gibsons, w/d incl., $700/mo. Avail.  Imroed. 6854895. ��23c  2 bdrm basemenl suite, lower Gibsons, $550/mo. t utilities. 650-  7731OT672-2005. #23c  Nice clean 2 bdrm lownhouse,  close to all amenities, $750, avail.  Immed. 733-7211. #23c  Beautiful 1 bdim view apt., Lower  Gibsons. Laige palio, private garden, new building, laundiy, walk to  all amenilies. Quiet and secure.  $650.6664420. #22c  Great Location  Near schools, shopping, 3 bdrm.  lamily home w/FP, June 1,  $800/mo. 686-9559. ��22w  Clean dry slorage, 1700 cu. It.,  $80/mo. 6864526. ��22w  1 bdrm view apl. opposite Gibsons  Marina. New kitchen and bathroom, carpet, blinds, sunny balcony, laundiy. $590/mo. 6864426.  |22c  3 bdrm. near new house w/large  yard upper Gibsons. 2 km. lo mall,  incl. 4 eppl.. $780/mo.886-9574.  ��22w  Bright spacious 1 bdrm. suite,  beautilul view, Granthams Land-  please call BB5460e"(reasonabie ,n"' ^ P���1''ralSi' J628���- *  #21c    incl. 8864026. ��22w  I win Motel  1 a 2 bdrm. kitchen units, reasonable weekly and monthly rates.  6864331. ��22w  123c  3 bdrm view home w/lamity room Bright, quiet, 3 bdrm townhouse,  in bsmt., 4 appl., avail. June 1. 1800 sq. It. on 2 levels with wife  view, sunny garden, w/w, new  kitchen appl., skylights, 1 1/2  baths. Avail. June 15. N/S. N/P.  $925/mo. Perfect for commuters.  1-9264451. 122c  Rels. 883-9040.  2 bdrm. mobile home on acreage  aval. June 1, $4<XVmo. 886-2736.  I21w  Shop, 24x30,13' clearance, stor- 2 bdrm suile, lower Gibsons,  age or quiel activity. Gibsons area. $525/mo. Avail. June 1,8854895.  8864842. #23w 122c  ��2j  BCYCNA  BRITISH  cOLuuem  ANO VINOS  COMWUV*  UtOClATO*.  These ads appear In more than 100 community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR THE BCYCNA AT (6041669-9222.  359  $225  lor 23  woide  BUSINESS OPPS.  ANTIQUE    AUCTION  Sam Quality antK)ue auction sale, Sun, May 22.  11 a.m. Band Springs  Hotel Canadian. Belgium  and English lurniture (250  pieces), depressionglass.  lamps, collectible (tso  pieces) Viewing Sat 6-9  p.m Frankie Cock,  1(403)8426151 or El)  Keen 1(604)347.9671  ���197123.          AUT"  ENGINES REBUILT Irom  S795. ENGINE  remanulacture Irom S995  6 monlhs lo pay 6 Year  120.000 warranty. Bond  Mechanical building en  gines lor 28 years 872  0641.88. 7days.  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Creative Ans Show  QUI products including  jewellery, pottery, glass,  weaving, sculptures and  olher gilt items wtllbesold  wholesale lo buyers Irom  across Canada and Iho  Pacific Northwest People  interested in exhibiting  must submit samples ol  their besl won< to a selection committee by June  20. 1994 There is a nonrefundable jurying lee ol  $30 and an additional  $100(150 lor successlul  applicants to secure Irado  snow space. For more inlormation or application  conlacl: Impact Communications al 520-5720 or  657-1768. or Toll-tree  voice message cenlre I-  978-6155 or Fax 854-  3087  START   YOUR    own  homebaseo business!  ! Welkins is today's best  I business opportunity! For  tree Inlormation contact:  1 Independent Marketing  i Director, 218 Meglund  ' Crescent, Saskatoon,  Sask. S7H 4Z6    1-800-  2632999 _, .  BUSINESS PERSONALS  ; lookTnq for suite'  ' Exciting girl-next-door  XXX pholosi For discreel,  ! free, no-hassle into write  ! Karen. Box 670-QB  : Kelowna. B.C. 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Drip Irrigation Huge  Book Selection 80 Page,  pholo tilled catalogue $4  relundableonorder Western Waler Farms. fi03-  20120 64th Avo , Langley  BC-V3A4P7  HELPWANTED  FOREST COMPANY" In  Revelstoke requires For-  est Technician with live  years experience in Road  Engineering and Cutblock  Layout. Send resume to:  Box 8713, Revelstoke.  B C VOE 2SO.  MAINTENANCE PERSONNEL At remole mountain lodges nearVa^mount  and Revelstoke BC The  full-time position Involves  broad responsibility lor up-  keep ol a sell-contained  facility. Applcants must be  mechanically oriented,  hands-on, active, oulddors  minded and enjoy skiing  and hiking Experience with  electrical, plumbing, carpentry work and small engine repair is required.  Please apply in writing to  Bud Wenzel, Canadian  Mountain Holidays Inc.,  Box 1660. Banll.AB. TOL  OCO  HELPWANTED  CERTIFIED APPLIANCE  Service person required.  CFC and gas ticket pre-  lerred. Apply with resume,  Quality Appliances Ltd.,  Box 3939. Smithers, B.C.  VOJ 2NO. Phone: 847-  4459. Fax: 847-4113.    _  KITCHEN CABINETS  CABINETS 1/2 PRICE. In  Slock, counlertops/vani-  ties also. Cash a Carry  Cabinet Warehouses:  "4278      Lougheed.  Burnaby 298-9277  "19700 Langley Bypass,  Langley 534-7273  " 800 Cloverdale Ave.,  Victoria 475-1159  "561 IllhAve.Campbell  River, B.C. 287.8787  "2580    Bowen    Rd,  Nanaimo 756.9229.  MISCELLANEOUS  POETRY CONTEST  $12,000 In prizes yearly.  Possible publication Send  one original poem 20 lines  or loss National Library  01 Poetry, Box 704ND.  Owlngs Mills, Md2lll7,  JEUNIQUETHEOneDay  Diet The diet with a difference For mere Inlorma-  lion 1.800-713-7216, call  alter 5 pm.  MOBILE HOMES  BUY FACTORY Direcl  Save thousands ot doi-  lars. Ridgewood Homes.  BC s ��1 selection ol  manufactured homes,  I4'X70' starting al  $38,900. Free Into: 962-  9114.  CUSTOM OESIGNED  Manulactured Homes.  Why buy otf a lot when  you can customize any  plan to your own personal  taste. Pre-owned homes  also available. Noble  Homes 1(403)447.3414.  GREAT SELECTION ol  mobile homes from Al-  berta/Saskatchewan Jusl  tell us what you want and  where lo deliver. Prices  Include delivery and B.C.  taxes. 1800-661.3101  Alberta.  PERSONAL  TWO BY Twos, Friends,  Workers you have a right  to know whal Is being said  about you. Now available  to all sincerely wanting to  know truth. Box 64008,  Winnipeg, MB. R2K 224.  REAL ESTATE  188 ACRES CLOSE to  New Hazelton, small  house, outbuildings, partially fenced. Soma timber, $189,000. To view  phone: 842.5917 evenings. Serious Inquiries  only.  B.C. LAND ChoKB waterfront, recreational proper-  | ties, ocean, lakes, rivers,  , ranch lands and remote  i lishing a wildlife lends.  | Terms, Free brochure.  Nlho Land a Cattle Com.  pany. Phone (604)521-  7200  Immaculate 2 bdrm view apt.  opposite Gibsons Marina. New  building, quiel, secure, carpeted,  miniblinds. laundry, balcony.  $750/mo. 886-3420. *22c  Duplex 3 bdrm, 2 bath, l/p, 4 appl.,  deck, lantastic view ol harbour,  close lo everything, N/S a musl.  Avail. June 15. S850/mo. Call 886-  2352. K22c  507 S. Fletcher, 3 bdtm house,  suitable for adults. $7?b/mo. 686-  0068 days, 885-4812 eves. ��22c  1 bdrm ground level apt., S.  Fletcher. Suitable 1 or 2. Adull oriented. Rels required. $450/mo. 1-  922-7836. 122c  1 & 2 bdrm. trailers, N/P, $475 -  $525/mo. plus ulils. 886-3331.  ��21w  Bachelor apl. close lo mall and  bus, $400/mo. 686-9376.   #21w  2 bdrm. upper level ol house.  Hardwood floors, F/P, newly painted, deck w/outslanding view, W/D,  $875/mo. plus 1/2 utils. 255-9924.  Ktw  2 bdrm. downstairs duplex suite. 4  appls., N/S, N/P, quiet types only,  June1.$575/mo. 886-7175. ��1c  1 bdrm. suite, new, near beach,  laundiy, deck, N/S, N/P, SSOOfmo.  888-7609. 121 c  Cozy 1 bdrm. w/view, laundry, bus  route, across Irom Yacht Club,  N/S, $450��mo. 886-9737.    #21c  Roomy I bdrm. suite, lower Gibsons, clean S bright, F/S, W/D,  F/P, $450/mo. 886-7867 or 886-  2807. ��21c  Lower Gibsons near marina, 2  sunny view rooms in older cottage.  Private entrance, deck, yard, share  kitchen, bath, W/D, t/2 hydro, pel  ok. $275/mo. 886-3832.     #21 w  3 bdrm. 2 lull baths, walking distance lo all amenities (duplex) Eat  in kitchen, 5 appl., sundeck,  garage, avail. June 1. $850/mo.  296-5215, ��21w  3 bdrm. house, lower Gibsons, bay  area. Avail, immed. 4 appl., laundty, fenced backyard, near amenities and beach , very clean, Iresh  paint 6 carpets, N/P, N/S please,  $750. 886-0709,8864441, please  lv. mess., thanks. ��2tw  1 bdrm. lower Gibsons, great view,  dose to all amenities, avail. June  1,$550/mo. 886-7630.       Klc  Duplex, 3 bdrms. ensulte, 4 appl.,  lenced rear yard, $650/mo. 886-  02SB. I22w  Large landscaped reeidential RV  sites, lull hookups, private patios,  laundiy lac, $200/mo., ind. electricity, water and sewer. Tel 1  cable avail. Elphinstone RV Paik,  96tCenMaiyRd.e86-7051.l22w  Kids and pete welcome, nice 3  bdrm. home on 21/2 acres oil  North Rd. Some ocean view, F/S,  W/D, D/W. Minules to terries, avail.  July 1, good rels a must, $900/mo.  Maik 944-758001 FAX 9454060.  ��22w  2 bdrm. house, garage, large yard,  stove/lr., W/D, F/P, 1 blk. Irom  ocean. Soames Point (5 min. Irom  Langdale ferry). S700/mo. 1-736-  2254 att. 6pm. Klc  Roomy 2 bdrm home on S. Fletcher, near yacht dub. Adult oriented,  lovely garden with greenhouse and  fruit trees. Avail, early May. Refs  req'd. $B50/mo. 922-7836. 122c  Studio and 1 bdim. suites with  spectacular view, F/P, W/D, walk  lo ferry $495/mo. ea. utils Incl.  666-2691. #23w  3 new, permanent/long term RV  sites now ready al Bool Hill RV  Park, S250/mo. 1117 Keith Road,  1 1/2 miles up Cemelary Road,  Gibson. 6664764 or 220-1526.  tins  6 stall horse bam, power, water, 5  acres pasture, $500/mo. 665-3506.  ���22c  Executive home, W. Sechelt, 1 yr,  dd, 2750 sq. ft., upper 2 floors, 3  bdrms., 21/2 acres, 4 appl., 3  baths, utility room, lam. room S  den, F/P, carpets, drapes, vaulted  ceiling & hardwood doors. Avail.  June 1. N/P, rels. $695/mo. plus  utils. 524-8406, 583-7722 or 685-  5749. ��22w  Shared accomm. in 2 bdrm mobile  in Seima Park, n/p, w/d, util.  included. S350/mo. 885-0196.1122c  Small trailer, suitable 1 adult,  Cedars Trailer Court. 6854313.  122c  Large 3 bdrm suite, 1 1/2 balhs,  rec room, 2 l/p, laundry, newly  decorated, near park and downtown Sechelt, n/s, n/p, avail. June  t.$950/mo incl. ulil. 885-9235.  ���22c  3 bdim. suite w/lireplace lor quiel  N/S, $750 dus utils. 6854672.  Ktw  Attractive view mobile in Seima  Park 2 fullslze bdrms. utility rm.  w/W/D, sundeck, new carpets,  IWIVmo. lease avail. 8854696.  ���21C  1 bdrm. suite, walk to all amenities,  N/P, N/S, suitable tor mature lady.  8854863. Ktc  INLET VIEW GUEST HOUSE lurnished accommodates 6. Daily,  weekly rentals. 885-4490.   ��22w  2 bdrm. bsmt. suite, share utils,  W/D, avail. June 1, rets., $52 5/mo.  8854131. K1c  Space available In integrated  health dinic. 8854685.     Ktw  PERSONAL  DARE WITH Flair, 602  Comox Road, Nanaimo,  B.C. V9R 3J3 Introduces  our 60pg. colour adult  catalogue, Spice up Your  Love Lile, discreetly.$10.  relundable on purchase.  (604)753-5995. Fai:  (604)753-5977. Visa  IF LIVING in a Iriendly,  active community appeals  to you, consider  Tompkins, Saskatchewan Lots lor as lull* as  $50. Located ond Highway 1(306)822-2020.  WE TAKE The Fear Oul  01 ICBC. Maior ICBC in-  jury claims JoelA Wener,  trial lawyer lor 25 years.  Calllree 1-600-665-1136  Commgencylees. Simon,  Wener SAdler  SPORTS EQUIPMENT  TRAMPOLINES FACTORY Direcl 13 loot  square Splash Bounce. 16  lool round Super Bounce.  1-800.663.2261 Paris.  Repairs; All Makes.  3 bdtm. house in Roberls Cieek,  big lireplace, large deck, private,  S85M1W. plus 1/2 ulils. 8864539.  ���22w  For Rent - Seamount Industrial Need a P/T helper in lamily day-  Park, light industrial, service com- care. Rels required. 6654470.  metcial, up lo 2,000 sq It, 10' ceil- ��22w  Ing, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq ft , ���~���r���; ; r  bay 12' door, mall exposure. L've in host/housekeeper/caretaker  Phone 886-2663 days, 686-9075 ,0 i*lhe H"*���"1 Cw"6 "��m-  ^j. -.    Mall resumes to Box 767, Sechdt,  BCV0N3A0byMay20.  lln  Irvines Landing oceanlront, modern 1 bdrm cottage, turn., $375.  Refs. 8834151. ��23c  1 bdrm lurnished condo, view,  swimming pool, 5 appl, f/p. By  week or month. 6854831. K2w  Beach cottage, avail. July 1-15,  rels. $45<ywk. 885-1912.    K2w  Ocean view adult apartment al 7  Isles, Maddra Park. 8854910.  Ktc  ital-4bdim.  live home wilh waterfall, beach  docks, volley ball and hoi tub on  Sakinaw Lake, road access,  $85(Vweek. 8855157. SB  112 bdrm cottages aval immed.  N/S, N/P. Free use of dock and  small fishing boat. Cable induded.  Rels. req. From $400/mo. 683-  9569. tfns  3 bdrni lurnished houaejuwanek,  $700.  21   a .i.i I    ��� *��-'��� HattsIL  DOmt MMflTOni, afUml rlfK,  lease, $700.  Suetu RieRy Property  HOUSES  Two bedioom view house, antral  Gibsons, $700 per morthpka unties, N/P..  TOWNHOUSES/CONDO  Two bedioom town: use, Includes  all   appliances,   S77S   par  month.plus utiis.  APARTMENTS  Two bedroom apartment, rant  indudes heat and hoi water, $600  per month.  Two bedroom waterlront apartment, large deck, great view, $650  inducing hydro, no pels.  Two bedroom, side by side duplex,  S475 pei month plus unities.  Three bedioom apartment, cenlral,  renl indudes heal and hot water,  $675.  COMMERCIAL  CENTRAL QIBSONS  Retail/office space lor rant, 1275  square leet, central air conditioning, good parking, > $10 triple nel  GRANT REALTY LTD.  M64330  NANCYQREENE Lodge,  Whistler Spring Special.  Spring skiing ��� comly accommodations. Rates  Irom $69 midweek and  $79 weekends. Special  valid April 17 lo May 23.  1994. Limited space. Call  1-800-667-3363.  Oceanside, oceanview, 2 bdrm  apt., Davis Bay, $625/mo dus util  Avail. Immed. 665-5916 or 792-  6731 after 6 pm. (23c  Largs 2 bdtm. ��� ulil. room, ocean  view, $62S/mo. avail. June 1, refs.  1.7344200. ��23w  July t, 2 bdrm., Sechelt village,  separate garage, pel ok, $650/mo.,  rels. req. 885-9656. I23w  Porpoise Bay - panoramic waterlront, neat, dean, modem small 3  bdrm. w/loft, 3 1/2 levels. Would  suit single or prol. woiking couple,  quiel. Lease, refs. req. N/S, N/P.  $825/mo. 6724516. ��23w  Mobile home, 2 bdim, 5 appl., covered sundeck, shed, Sundance  Trailer Park, June 1.666-9770.  ���22w  t bdim cottage, S.Hook, n/s, n/p,  suit single person, June 15,  $415/mo.t util. 8854962.   123c  3 bdrm, 2 baths, Redroolls area,  no pels. Relerences required.  $8<XYmo. 8854338. ��23c  1500 sq. It. warehouse and ollice  space lor rent, Gibsons, dose lo  all amenities, avail. Immad.  $560/mo. 733-7211. 123c  Oflice space in now Royal Bank  building. Trail Bay Centre. Ocean  view. Bruce Morris, Trail Bay Properties Ltd. 885-5614. ��22c  RETAIL SPACE  TRAIL BAY MAU  650sq.lt. and 1,000 sq.lt. Call  Bruce Morris, Trail Bay Properties  Ltd. 685-5614. ��22c  Sechelt - 300t sq. It. olfice space,  includes furniture t ollice equipment. 885-4010 or 885-7548.��21 w  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek hall available. Wheel* air lacilities. 885-  2752 or 885-9663. ttn  Prime retail space, Hwy. 101,1500  sq. It. $1000. No triple net. 737-  6061. tin  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dancss,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. tin  We are seeking Childcare Workers lor our out-d-schod care program lor children ages 5 to 12.  This is a ten month, part-time position beginning in September 1994.  The successlul applicants will have  experience working with school  age children, lirst-aid training,  strong organizational skills, and  above all the ability lo relate lo  children and dan a wide variety ol  activities lor and with Ihem. ECE or  SETA training and experience an  asset. Resumes and relerences lo:  The Personnel Committee, Nine-  Three-Seven Childcare Society,  RR 12, Site K, Comp. ��38, Gibsons, BC. Deadline lor applications: June 3. 123c  Lord Jim's Resori Hold, now year-  round operation has l/l positions  available as: breakfast cook, prep-  cook, kitchen help, also l/l or p/t  Ironl desk clerk, servers, bartenders, housekeeping. Must be  willing to work shM work and some  weekends. Please apply In person  or drop oil resume, Lord Jim's  Resort Hold, Ota's Rd.. Hallmoon  Bay. *22c  The Sunshine Coast Assn. lor  Communily Living supports mentally challenged adults living wilhin  our communities here on 'The  Rock*. We are currently welcoming  applications for P/T employment  with the Llie Skills and Supported  Employment programs. Qualifications include a combination ol education, experience, creativity and  an inclusive value base. Forward  resume to: Lisa Carter, Program  Manager, S.C.A.C.L., Box 165,  Sechelt, BC VON 3A0.      K2w  Jack $ Jill Parent Participation  Preschool Society Is accepting  applications for Preschool Assistant lor the 94/95 school year. The  applicant must be woiking towards  ECE qualification and will woik  under the diredkm ol the supervisor. Mall resume lo Jack t Jill  Preschod, Box 601, Gibsons, BC  V0N1V0. Klw  Tempotaiy part time medcal ollice  assistant required immediately at  the Gibsons Medical Clinic lor a  maternity reliel position. Responsibilities include answering switchboard, scheduling appointments,  recedion duties, piling and tiling  charts. Scheduled hours are Monday, Wednesday evening and Saluiday (approximately 18.5 hours  weekly). In addtion the successfd  applicant wi be required to cover  sick/vacation idtef. Phase loiwaid  resume to Peraomd Manager, PO  Box 636, Sechdt, BC VON 3A0 by  May 27. Klc  Challenge '94 Summei Students.  The Sunshine Coast Arts Cantre  requires two students to woik 30  hrs. per week Irom June 27 to  Sepl. 1994, as assistants to the  manager and curator. Applicants  mutt have attended school full  Hire In 1994 and be planning to  atlend lull time in 1995. Applications and resumes must be  ncelwd at the Arts Centre, Box  1565, Secheh, no latsrlhan June  6. For further kifotmation, please  ol 6664412. KSw  PEOPLE NEEDED  torTVceimiBrelilB.AlagBB.The  ConmaidalComiBClion 665-2443.  Klw  Kids needed kxuw 150 TV ccm-  meidBts lo be shot in Vancouver.  Call Kids are us Talent Agency.  6644672. K1w  i Jobal Earn up to $30,000  In three monlhs lishing SAL MONI  Also yeai round lishing. King Crab,  Halibut and Herring. Plus, construction, canneries, ol fields and  more, rtrlng Now! Call (504) 646-  2103 Exl S3N until 7pm 7 days.  Ktw  ADMMSTRATIVE ASSISTANT  FOR WORKING IN TRADES  PROGRAM  Tha successlul candidate will  the coordinators in producing a successlul protect tased program. Qualifications must include  work experience in olfice procedures, payroll etc.. proficiency In  computer applications (Mac) and  excellent organizational and com.  munication skills. We are seeking  a mature Individual with initiative,  independence and enthusiasm tor  woiking as a team member. Job is  part time (approx. 20 hrs. a week)  and wll commence October 1994.  Please submit resumes by May 30  to Woiking In Trades, Box 514,  Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.      122c  RN needed on part-time basis tor  children's camp, July 4-Aug. 10.  Call 2664149 mess.        KSw  Exp. kitchen/laundry helper lor  children's camp, June 23-Aug. 13.  Call 734-1307 mess, ideal lor student. K3w  GRIPS Garbage Recydlng in Pender Society, seeks a reliable student to assist at our depot lor 8  weeks, starting June 27. Send  resumes to Box 317, Madeira  Park. 883-2948. ��21w  Assemble light products at home.  Excel, income, easy work. Call for  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623-2380  ext. A74. ttn  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  Non-profit group needs assistance with their newsletter, ollice  skills, 2-3 hrs./wk. in Sechelt to  end ol July; SPCA needs dog  walkers on Wed. 1-5pm, must be  over 14 yrs. old and like animals.'  A coordinator is needed to assist  with a talent show in July, exciting  position.' Therapeutic riding program lor children needs vdunteers  to assist on Wednesdays. Knowledge of horses essential. For  these and more opportunities contad the Vdunteer and Information  Centre at 865-5681. ��2lw  35  Business and  Home Seivice:  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  Qualily home builder. Forms, toning, finishing, decks $ renovations.  Drew 885-4557. *23c  DEVCO POWER WASHING  Vinyl siding, window cleaning,  drive ways, boats, RVs and heavy  equipment. Seniors discount, Idly  insured. 6664069. ��23w  MOUNTAIN  CWY  ELECTRIC  LTD.  RESIDENTIAL,  COMMERCIAL.  INDUSTRIAL  886-2834  KEITH CUNE  HB M. SIO. C*4. GIBSONS VON IVO  IR 23163  RIB TREE SERVICE  Falling, lopping, limbing, danger  Iree removal. Free estimates,  Insured. Call Ritchie 685-9190.  KSw  Mountainside  PressurB Washing  We are backl Spiuce up your  house $ decks before you paint.  RVs, boats, anything concrete like  pods, patios, driveways, etc. We  offer seniors discount. Free estimates. Dorm 885-7473.     ��23c  IS IT A JUNGLE  OUT THERE?  DOWN TO EARTH  GARDENING SERVICES  KATHRYN MUSSELLS  885-3458  Lawn / berry / hedge culling,  grounds maintenance, window  washing, ate. Man / men available  once / regular bads. Experienced.  Rdiable. Rob/Chris. 886-3822.  ���23c  For help with landscaping labour,  lawns, berries, yard cleanup, ate.  call Bill 886-0051. Hard woiking.  ���23c  MAN WITH PICKUP  Available lor w.h.y. Reasonable  MBS. 6854196. ��22c  CARPENTER AVAILABLE  Reasonable tales, tree estimales,  8654196. K2c  CREEK WOOD FLOORING  Finishing and installation. Fiee  estimates. 8864167,865-2253.  ���25c  MJJ SWNG  Vinyl and cedar exteriors, soffits  and lascia. Fred Cocker, 885-  6065, cell. 1-880-1560.      ��25c  CABINS TO CASTLES  Design, renovation, remodel.  Framing to lockup. 6864380,686-  0664 eves. tfn  DM  Yard maintenance, new landscaping, rework dd landscaping, weekly cuts, inside repairs, low rates,  exc. rels. 886-9593. ��24w  CnR  Backhoe Seivice No Job is "oo  Small' 6854077. I2tw  Rainy Day Mending  Hem pants: Fix zippers: Sew  seams: Iron dress clothes: Design  costumes lor all occasions: Buttons: Make pants into shorts.  Please make sure all your clothes  are dean. You tear it, 111 repair A.  Penny BerdaN 686-3995.   ��21w  HARDWOOD FLOORING  New floors supplies, laid, sanded  and linished. Old floors resanded  and relinished. Lyle Hayter Floors  Ltd. 885-7833. *26w  WILL'S LAWN CARE  Lawn mowing, weedeating. 885-  7733. ��21w  HORIZON GLASS  LIMITED  -iiii wli/inpin iiimmi-trml fi  rroidrntisl Sarnie.  Ovrr 20 )r��r* rx|M-rlw  Cnm|N<tilivr, prompt m-nirr  tiitiiM-sis:)  '���'  *ee^M  ���MM  fmm  mm  mm  mm 18  Coast News, May 23, 1994  35. Business &  Home Services  WILL'S WINDOW WASHING  Reasonable rales. 885-7733.il 22w  RENOVATIONS-ADDITIONS  Interior Finishing' Trim ' Dooi  Installations' Counters' Cabinets  ' Quality Workmanship' Fiee Estimates. Eric 886-8728.        ��22c  BSD PRESSURE WASH  Eiiviio Fidly Clean Agents!  foi  Vinyl, aluminum siding, paint stripping, concrete walkways, drive-  36. Work Wanted  WAYNE'S SERVICES  Gardening, gas weedealer, lawns,  ground maintenance, window  washing. 886-2999. 126c  Lawnmowing, weedealing, garden  woik. Household chores. Gibsons  - Langdale. 686-3121, Pelei.��23c  Driver class 3 w/air, looking loi  steady woik. Don 885-0190. ��23c  >���'������'.  BOB'S RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard cleanup, etc. will remove  ways',decks"RV's,"boalVefc'aS-  *hateverhaunts '"'Quick'cour'  0056.  ���22w  BARRY'S WINDOW CLEANING  Metal and vinyl houses washed,  gutters cleaned in and out, tree  estimates. 886-3277.        I22w  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  Any Jo*  docs ir ul 886-4788  RON'S ROOFING  New and re-tooling, cedar shakes,  durad. torch-on. 865*186. 121c  NEED A BUILDER?  For quick elficient quality work;  lully experienced in all areas;  seniors 10% discount, call Dave at  886-9096. I22w   a   DECKS (FENCES  Qualily workmanship; Insured 4  bonded; fair prices; last, Iree estimates. Call Donn 885-3557 rels.  avail. ��2ic  KITCHENS* BATHS  Qualily at lair prices. Many rels.  avail. Insured bonded, last, Iree  estimates. Call Donn at 885-3557.  Ktc  RENOVATIONS PLUS  Quality renovations, lair pricing.  Insured 1 bonded, last, free estimates. Refs. avail. Call Donn at  Surelock 865-3557. 121c  CATHY'S HOME CLEANING  For spring cleaning or lor everyday  house woik, give us a call 886-  4660, bondable with relerences.  I22w  DON'S TILE INSTALLATIONS  Ceramic - Mosaics - Marble. Quality wok at reasonable prices. 886-  4280. ��23w  RHYASON ELECTRIC ENT.  Installations, Renovations A  Repairs. Free estimates, reg.  122589. 686-8857 or cell. 377-  7956241m. I22w  OutbuiMng' addition' renovation  ' repair' structure inspection and  documentation' rot specialists.  86&<070. M*i  EVA'S Hone Cleaning SotIcm  Regular cleaning, spring cleaning,  or linal construction cleanup.  Dependable > affordable 865-  4024mess. Raw  RITEWAY PAINTERS  interior, exterior, pressure washing, qualily woikmansrtp, satisfaction guaranteed. Bob 865-4804.  Klw  MAJESTIC LANDSCAPE  Lawn/landscape maintenance,  weedeating, brushcutting, powei  raking, hedge trimming rotolilling.  turt laying, low maintenance landscaping, cleanups, rubbish  removal, etc. 8850737.     i21w  teous seivice. 865-4804.    I2tw  House cleaning and house silting,  relerences, bondable. 666.9679.  Small drywall jobs and repairs,  plumbing, carpentry, interior painting, small renovations, seniors discount. Call Norm 8860997.121 w  Overnight care to elderly or children, relerences, bondable. 686- |  9879. *35w  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard cleanup, light moves, odd I  jobs, quick fnendly service. 885-  9694,328-1811 cell. 122c  Female educator seeking room t I  board in exchange tor gardening,  tutoring or other assistance.  July/Aug., lv. mess. 866-7072.ltns  COMPUTER INSTRUCTION  At home or at work, one on one oi |  a group. Call Jell 866-8005. tins  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available foi hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard I  maintenance, rotolilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. tins  VERSATILE TRACTOR CO.  Have your gaiden prepaied by I  heavy duty tractor with plow and  rototiller, 743 Bobcat to backfill,  wilh landscape rake. Also small  excavator to install driveways, septic tanks, small Inundations with  small dump truck to remove rubbish oi general deanup. 886-4859. j  DRYWALL TAPER  "Save Money*, you board. 11 tape  -15 yrs. experience. Quality service. 885.5564aft6pm��1c  HORIZON  FRUIT STOVES  So -miki-. No Chunjiry!  Drain- lor Jinnltmn  Emirofur, Trm|n>l  Aval  <MU.U3.SIS3  Energetic loving person to care tor  3 girts age 3 to 6, pert-time, possible lull lime. Call Hanna. 866-  0916. #23c  Babysitting (anytime) relerences, |  bondable. 886-9679.        ��35w  Need a siller? Call Judy Mon.-Fri.  885-4266. ��1C  A WONDERFUL ALTERNATIVE!  tatef Fisnch bnmmlon  Kindergarten, Playgroup - 344  year olds. I'acoto Pirn Pirtout  now taking registration for September 19)4, inlormation Open  House, Wed., May 25, 7 pm.  Camp Douglas, Roberts Creek.  For information call: 885-5655, j  865-5363. ��21c  Happy Days Family Daycare, Welcome Woods, Hallmoon Bay area. I  1 full. 1 part-time. 0 - 3 yrs. 885- |  0470. ��22c  Attention Parents: Is your child's I  care provider licensed? Care to 3  ot more children unrelated to the |  care provider requires a license.  Call Health Unit at 865-5164 loi |  moremto I22w  Mother ol one wouW enjoy looking I  atlet youi child, 1 yr. S oldet. j  Some evenings I weekends ok.  K2w  LAWN 4 GARDEN  Fruit nee pruning and spraying,  garden renovations, retaining  walls, hedge trimming, general  cleanup. Call 886-0180.        ttn  CHIPPING ANO MULCHING  SERVICE  Turn your brush piles, eaves and  garden waste to chips and mddi  lor compost. Quick service, reasonable rates tick at 686-2756.  Unlicenced family daycare,  Roberts Creek has 1 opening,  June 1 lor child inter 3 yis. Rels.  885-0590. tins  "KINDER-CARE"  KIDS KINGDOM  FAMILY DAYCARE  Serving the Cedar Grew Elemental School area.  ��� Flexible houis ��� Transportation ���  Lunch option ��� Wony tree quality  care. S350/mo ��� lull time ��� rate  includes Prolessional Development and Parent-Teacher Interview Days. St7.50/daily tale (as  available basis).  To legister your Kindergarten  bound child loom 1969) lot the  94,95 set joI lerm. cal CORINNE  atMMIM.  INTERKM AM EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, dratl-  ing Iree estimates Relerences  available 886-3463 tlie  CULTURED MARBLE  Jotted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved  Free estimales. Tom Sealy 883-  2978. tin  COASTLINE FENCING  Wooden*Chain Link  Dicks 4 Porch*  Call after 6pm 8*2215 Bob tins  QUALITY WOOOWORK  We look at all jobs big or small  For prompt, qualily work at ar  affordable price, call Art Glea-  breditM5-3J72 or 885-7169. ttn  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Wotk. Free estimates. 865-2109.  tl  For one ol the lollowing creative  old lashoned recipes sand S2 and  a legal sire, sen-addressed  stamped envelope to Barwood  Ventures. Box 232, Gibsons. BC  VON 1VO 1)37 ways otprepatmg  egg dishes. 2) creative beverages.  3118 ways oi preserving meets, 4)  20 lisn t oyster dishes      123c  ll you have a dream d becoming I  financially independent, then send  a legal size, sell-addressed,  stamped envelope to Barwood  Ventures. Box 232. Gibsons, BC  VON 1V0. I23c  1200-1500 Weekly! Assemble  products at home. Easy! No Selling! Drect payment. Fully Guaranleed. No Experience necessary.  Call 24 his. 1-504-641-7778 ext.  206. <21w  Small atlordable franchise. House  sitting and pet care service, pie.  established clientele, flexible  hours Call Sharon 865-2228. ss  Honda Scooter: Model 150 Elite,  8000 km., like new, elec. start, liquid cooled, auto., not a toy' Cruises 60 kph, lop speed, 90 $1200.  865-5606. I22w  ��� ���  *t  l\*'  ^  L>^  L^  ^  ��� ���  ��� ���  LOOKING  TO  EXTRA  MONEY  OUT  OF  YOUR  BUDGET?  TRY  SEI1ING  UNWANTED  ITEMS  IN THE  COAST  NEWS  ClASSIFIEDS!  CORRECTION  Tlw Best Way  on and off  the Coast!  SECHELT - NANAIMO  MONDAY APRIL 20 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE  FLT  FROM  DEPARTS  TO  ARR.  FREQ.  201  Sechelt  0800  Nanaimo  0820  123456-  202  Nanaimo  0830  Sechelt  0850  123456-  203  Sechelt  1200  Nanaimo  1220  12345-7  204  Nanaimo  1230  Sechelt  1250  12345-7  205  Sechelt  1600  Nanaimo  1620  1234567  206  Nanaimo  1630  Sechelt  1650  1234567  Frequency: 1>Monday, 2=Tuetdty, 3=Wednesdsy,  i 4>Thuraday, S=Friday, ^Saturday,      .     i      .        |  A   -ml 7=Sundty mMA-��  ���"���"aftersscheduled flop ^M       _W     I  means ssndce Is s"8sB-stopM        ^Rffib   ���  and aircraft miy arrive        ^__^SaTnmm^^-  after listed time. ���^���jjajg  885-0220    V   *  1-800-358-3088  HARBOUR AIR LTD.   |  - rrwqiw  m  'lafeat(.ecatlSmtlllllM Ceasl/ilfllnt'  PORPOISE BAY SEAPLANE TERMINAL ��� SECHELT  I  remember when  COME UP!  LOOK AT  OUR SUMMER WEAR  Thrifty's  HELP THE |  Donations    886-2488 or Box SM  JUNE 1ST-15T��T  "nl     n  i?  Just  moved?  Bride  to be?  New Baby? ^  W/elcometP'  CallM Jot    Sechdt bill 815-5147  your FREE Glbaons -Carole 186-3682 T f T 7 a/~>/~��TVT  gifts G Sechell (babies only) I/I/AUU1N  laformmilon. J________     f T Since 1930  5 YEARS AGO  The Sunshine Coasl as an aspiring drug-free zone received  quite a bit of media attention late last week when several Vancouver news sources ran items on Gibsons Mayor Diane Strom's proposed battle against narcotic dealers in this area. By Friday, the  mayor was juggling telephone calls from Ihe Canadian Press,  among others, and is expecting CKVU Channel 13 television in  town this week lo do a story.  Elphinstone studenls Darryl Germaine and Karen Foley planted  seedlings at the Canfor tree farm as part of the school's Dry Grad  activities.  A second fire broke out last week at the Sechelt Airport, 200  metres from the site of the May 1 brush fire that destroyed five  hectares of slash and caused thousands of dollars damage.  10 YEARS AGO  The touchy topic of expansion of Gibsons' boundaries was the  main subject at a recenl meeting of the Elphinstone Electors'  Association.  In attendance were Gibsons Mayor Larry Labonte, Gibsons  Aldermen Ron Neilson and John Burnside, Gibsons planner Rob  Buchan, SCRD planners Jim Johnstone and Judy Skagstad and  Area E Director Jim Gurney, along wilh 40 members of the association.  The minister of education's discussion paper on graduation  requirements came in for stiff criticism at a public forum attended  by more than 60 people at Chatelech School last Tuesday.  The joint caucus of the Canadian Paperworkers' Union (CPU)  and the Pulp and Paper Woodworkers of Canada (PPWC) will  meet in Vancouver Tuesday, May 22, to consider their position at  Ihe impasse in the pulp industry dispute and to decide a course of  action for the near future.  Fifty-two boxes and bags were handed oul at the Gibsons Food  Bank's last distribution day, helping a total of 259 people. A special thanks lo Vern Oulton for donating six boxes of meat.  15 YEARS AGO  The Canadian Paperworkers' Union in B.C. will sit down with  the Pulp and Paper Industrial Relations Bureau lo hammer out a  new contract. Their ambition is to make up some of the lost  ground suffered when the inflation rate rose faster than the wage  settlements allowed by the Anti-inflation Board. Also they hope to  reduce the time spent in the work place by their members in order  to reduce work-related illness and create employment for others.  25 YEARS AGO  Jerry Gathercole of Gibsons luckily escaped injury when he  and pilot John Dudley were involved in a plane crash in the  Rogers Pass area. They found themselves in deep snow in a high  mountain area and walked away from the wreck to the Trans-  Canada Highway where a motorist picked them up.  Sunshine Coast students will participate in an interprovincial  youth program by staying in Winnipeg for two months this year.  They are Carrie Gallier, Dorian Gregory, Don Smith and Barbara  Cameron.  35 YEARS AGO  Egmont, though a small community, had a wonderful May Day  celebration. Sponsored by the Egmont Community Club, over  $200 in cash prizes were awarded and everything was free to all  comers.  Mr. and Mrs. J. Marshall of Marine Drive had their seven sons,  all approximately six feet or more in height, in their home at one  time last week when they converged on Gibsons.  45 YEARS AGO  Coalition candidate Bait Mclnlyre in an election speech points  out that socialism has not brought Utopia to Great Britain in the  four years since the Second World War. He sees the coming election as a straightforward battle between free enterprise and socialism. Mclnlyre also tells a Sechelt audience lhat il will not be long  before a highway links the Sunshine Coast with Squamish.  ���compiled by Bev Shipley  Notice Board  Ongoing events mast be updated monthly  We reserve Ihe right to edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events  of genuine community interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior to the event.  lA****"  &  The Sunshine  Coast News  WEDNESDAY, HAY 25  S.C. Horn* Support SodMy Who Cans  Who Cares Support Gtoup meeting, 1-3  pm, Kiwanis Village Caie Home,  Gibsons Into: Barbara.8895144.  Meeting: Seehelt Village Residents  Association. Wednesday. May 25, 7  p.m. Qreenecouit Hall. Secnelt.  THURSDAY, MAY 2*  Arthritis Sell Help Oroup Annual  Picnic. Roberts Creek Picnic Site -  Beach Ave and Flume Rd 1130am  Everyone welcome Bring bag lunch and  refreshments For inlormation phone 886-  946101886-8124  Esrth Day Rellle Draw. 7 30 p.m  Shadow Beax Cappicono & Desseit Bai  First prize Original Robert Bateman  waler color 2nd prize Superveiu  Ecobaskel 3rd prize Quality term  composter Last chance to buy tickets (5  ea or 3 lor $ 10 Available at Shadow Baux  Gallery Proceeds to Friends ol Cermen  & Tetrahedron Alliance  FRIDAY, MAY 27TH  Mutlple Scleroeli Support Oroup  meets st at to 00 am at Coast Garibaldi  Health Unit In Sechell opposite post  ollice  SATURDAY 4 SUNDAY, MAY 2812*  S.C. Maritime History Festival ���  government wharl 4 Molly's Lane,  Gibsons Heritage boats on display, kids  boatbuilding, quick 4 dirty boat building  (register nowl), West Vancouver Pops  Band, an display a sale at Molly's Retch,  pancake breakfast, shipwreck chili, boat  trips arounu Keats Island and lots more.  To display art. etc. and lor more Inlo, call  886 8058 Volunteers needed  Bark Mulch Sals 4 Flss Market 9 - 2  pm beside Cedar Grove School Tables  lot rent $10 Batk Mulch S3/bag. S20  pickup load. Complimentary loading by  Gary's Bobcat Service. Proceeds to  adventure playground.  SATURDAY, MAY M  Exhibition by John Dayton and  Rosemarie McLennan, May 28 - June 17  Hunter Gallery, Gibsons Oil paintings by  John: pottery by Rose Marie  Pender Harbour Auxiliary to St Mary's  Hospital Is having a garage sale down  Narrows Rd at 10:00 am Coffee and  cinnamon buns available  SUNDAY, MAY 2t  Calling all flood Sams Special meeting  at 2 p.m , 5743 Dolphin St. Sechell. 885-  7659 lor more into  MONDAY, MAY 30  Olbeons Ssa Cavalcads Committee  meeting, 7:30 pm, Marine Room (below  Qibsons Library). Inlo: Peggy Small, 886-  4956  The Sunshine Coaat Resourcss  Council regular monthly meeting at the  Regional District Board Room, Sechelt,  7:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend  these meetings to discuss matters related  to the community and Its resources. For  inlormation conlact Barry Janyk at 886-  4711.  Canadian Federation ol University  Women meeting. 11:30 am, St. John's,  Davis Bay. The speaker will be Dr. John  S Gtadwell, President ol Hydio Tech  International, who will speak on the  subject ot water resource planning, some  of the issues Involved in the Sunshine  Coast water supply, and the rols ol  women, particularly in developing  counties, in water management. A light  lunch will be served Prospective  members are welcomed For Inlormation  call 885- 3315  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1  Annual General Meeting ol Action:  Alcohol and Drag Counselling Society.  7:00 p m. at the Sociely ofllces, 5686  Dolphin St, Sechelt For information call  8855660  Retired teachers Br. 144 Potluck Picnic  BBO al noon. 1221 North Rd, Gibsons  Bring utensils, chairs ph 885 9023 Inlo  THURSDAY, JUNE 2  RNABC Annual Dinner Meeting , 6:00  p m , Gibsons Yacht Club For more  Information call Bev Millor 8853648  MONDAY, JUNE 13  Oibaons Landing Msrchsnts  Association meeting 7:30 pm. Harbour  Cale. All non-member merchants  welcome.  JULY 23 4 24  Sunshine Cosst Equestrian Club's  Summer Horse Show: Saturday- Cattle  Penning A Gymkhana: Sunday- Jumping  Concession on site Everyone welcome  Joan 6863059  MISCELLANEOUS  New Directions Heelth Relorm  Community Meetings June 7 Gibsons  Yacht Club 7:00 - 9:00 p m , June 14th  Sechelt Senior Citizens Hall 7:00 - 9:00  p.m.: June 15th Pender Heibout  Community Hall 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. New  Directions Inlormation Heallh Line 885-  3700 25  Pender Harbour Aquatic 4 Fitness  Centre (8832612): CANADA FITWEEK  MAY 27 JUNE 5: 2/1 Illness classes  (bring a friend), RLSSC Fitness Awaid  Challenge June 1, 3:30-5 pm, Hot Tub  Bubble Bath June 5, 6:30 9 pm, Swim to  Texada Island (count youi lengths all  week to win a Fltweek T-shirt.  INTRODUCTORY MASSAGE COURSE  JUNE 4 4 5 with Brenda Wilkinson RMT  4 teacher at the West Coast Massage  College: 9 am-5 pm $95 or $160/coupte  Loam how to do a lull body maasagel  Over a 2 day weekend courst,  participants will learn to give a complete  treatment. Couples or singles sis  welcome - the Instructor Is used to  making beginners leel sl ease Shasta  are used lor draping and notes will bs  provided to be sble to continue  practicing The course ends on Sunday  wilh an hour and a hall massage  exchange  Child Health Clinics (Gibsons Heallh  Unit) May 17,24 4 31 with an extra CHC  May 16 (Sechelt Health Unit) May 16 4  26. (Pendet Harbour Health Unit) May  26  Tuberculin Skin Testing 4 Travellers'  Clinic (Gibsons Heallh Unit) May 16 6 30  with Travellers' Clinic only on May 19 4  26 (Sechelt Heallh Unit) May 16 4 30  with Travellers' Clinic only on May 16 4  25.  Exhibition by Ole PD, Caribou Scenes,  oil paintings snd ceramics, ihrough May  28, Hunter Gallery, Gibsons  Langdale Elsmsntsry School Parenta  Oroup 1994 rattle ��� all pioceeds to  Langdale School Library. 1st prize: '94  Harley Davidson 6630 Sportster 2nd  prize '94 Husqvsrns LRI2 Riding  Mower 3rd prize. '94 Norco Sasquatch  Mountain Bike Tickets 120 each. 3  draws Only 1,111 tickets printed  Available at Trail Bay Sports, Tidal wave  Diving, Sechelt: Poweihouse  Motorcycles, Wilson Creek: Bernadetle's  Gallery, Kelly's Chalnsaw. Sunnycissl  lottery kiosk, Gibsons Draw June 16, 7  pm. Langdale School. 22  Prenatal Classes: Qibsons Heallh Unit  Early Class June 21 Nexl Poilnatsl  Class. May 24. All abovs Prsnslsl  Classes are liom 7 lo 9 pm. Please  leglstei early ss classes IH up quickly To  lister (Gibsons) 686-5600), (Sschslt)  5-5164.  Prenetsl Hoepltel Tour: phone Sl  Mary's Hospital switchboard to arrange  lor lour, 845-2224. Prsnslsl only.  Parent 4 Beby Drop-In gives parents tn  opportunity to meet othet patents and  discuss common concerns The group  gathers every Tuesday Irom 1:15 lo 3:30  pm tt 494 S Fletcher, Qlbtont and in  Sechelt al 5571 Inlet on Wednesdays  liom 1-3:30 pm  School Entry Booster Clinics: A booster dose ol diphtheria, tetanus and partus.  sis Is important lor children enteiing  tchool. Qibsons clinics ��� 686-5600:  Sechelt dHUcs -685-5164  MONDAYS  Sunshine Cosst Spinners 4 Wesvere  OuM meets tat Monday ol etch month.  Sept. through June, Si John's Unltsd  Church, Davis Bay For moie into Lynn  Pakulak. 6657355  Recovery, Inc. otters s sell help method  to overcome the negative feelings that  come Irom tear, angei *~  constant anxiety. 7 9 (  come trom tear, angei, depression end  i pm,  Cenlre. Gibsons Into 886 8028  The Wellness  22  register  8655  Elphlnetone Pioneer Mueeum, 716  Winn Rd , across liom Post Ollice.  Gibsons. Displays ais conttsntly  changing. Wheelchair accessible. For  hours ol opening or to book a tout: 666-  6232  Parent-Tot Drop-In lor parents with children up to 5 9:30-11 30 am at the lollowing locations: Qibsons United Church Hall  (Mon . Tues., Wed., Fri.): Sechell SI.  Hilda's Church Hal (Tues); Wilson Cieek  Community Hall (Thurs). Inlo:  Community Seivices, 885.5661.  Sexually Transmitted Dlsssss Clinic:  (HIV Information, counselling and test,  ing) Phone lot appointment In Gibsons  8865600, Sechelt865 5164  Single 4 Pregnant? Call Ihe Health Unit  - 8665600  TUESDAYS  "Living With Cancer" Suppon Qioup  meets eveiy olhei Tuesday. Kirkland  Centre. Davis Bay, 1 pm into 665 5661  or 666 6369  WEDNESDAYS  Postpartum Depreeslon Support  Oroup. Qibsons Health UMI, 1 2:30 pm  THURSDAYS  3C's Wslghl Lots Support Oroup  meets ettsrnoons 10 30-12 30pm, call  866-2692, tnd evenings 6 308.00pm,  ctll 6667159, It thi United Chuich,  Glassford Rd. Gibsons  Birth Control Clinic, Coast Garibaldi  Health Unit, 494 S Fletcher, 7 9 pm.  ConMential service ��� everyone welcome  No appointment needed Inlo: 6657770  Navy Leegue Cadets lor boys tnd girls  1013 years ol age Cadets develop sett  respecl snd discipline while having lun  learning nautical skills 6:30 pm, Oibaons  Legion Hall, Sept May Continuous reg  Istrttlon. uniforms provided Ctll Mike.  686-6236 22  FRIDAYS  Breeet Sell-Exam Clinic First Friday ol  each monlh, 7:30-9 pm, Gibsons Health  Unit  Untied Church Thrift Shop. 1 3 pm.  church basement, lene oil Trueman  Road  ���   -  lain  MA Coast News, May 23, 1994  19  news  Brian McPhee, director of probation services for the Coast, alts  alongside Reform MP John Duncan and other panel members at  a public meeting last week which reviewed the current state of  the Canadian justice system. Darah Hansen pholo  Tackling crime  The Young Offenders Act  was a hot ticket at the town hall  meeting held last week with  North Island-Powell River MP  John Duncan.  Reform Parly member Duncan met with about 70 constituents Tuesday (May 17) at  the Sechelt Seniors Centre to  discuss the topic of criminal justice reform.  Foremost on the night's agenda, Duncan, along with a panel  of professionals who work within the criminal justice system,  discussed potential changes to  Canada's Young Offenders Act.  Duncan called the current act  for criminals under the age of 18 a  "joke" in need of stricter reform.  Several of the audience members spoke out in favour of Duncan's call for a change in the act  lhat would leave criminals age  16 and 17 to be tried in adult  court. The Reform Party further  proposes that offenders aged 14  and 15 who repeat serious crimes  should be transferred to adult  court.  But that didn't go far enough  for some people present at Tuesday's public meeting, some people asked for a return to a harsher system that would legalize  punishment like "caning" in  order to stop the perceived  increase of youth offences.  Those with more "moderate"  views in the audience protested  such a move would serve only to  "brutalize" an already punishment-oriented system. Duncan  himself said he does not "personally" endorse caning.  Duncan responded to loud  calls from the audience to rid  Canadian society of the Charter  of Rights and Freedoms by saying he supports serious amendments to the federal document.  He called Ihe Charter "very  inflexible", one that is "eroding  the ability of parliament to legislate in many areas."  He promised to continue  "cobbl(ing) together" information  regarding the Charter in order to  make a strong case for reform  before the House of Commons.  Special on lawn seed  20kgs - $49.95  Buckcrf ield s  885-97541  0340 14 6  10W) 1.8  1600 14.4  2310 10.1  Fri   Time Ht-ft  0165 10.5  0640 13.8  1350 10  2115 15.6  0420 14.7  1135 9  1850    15.1  SM   TDM Ml-fl  0250 10.3  0730 13.2  1435 2.0  2205 15.5  Hon Time Ht-Ft  I Tum   Time HI-FI   W��4   Time Ht-Ft   Thtue   Time Ml-fl  0005 10.5  0505 14.8  1220 .4  1840 15.5  0100 10.6  0550 14.3  1305 .5  2030 15.6  tun Time Ht-FI  0355 10.0  0830 12.4  1520 3.2  2250 15.3  REFERENCE: Point Atklneon  Paellle Standard Tlma   Fot Skookumdwli Nemwe add  1 hi 40 min. plm 5 mln lor each ft  ol me end 7 mln. toman, dial  Spring Tune Up Time!  call nowl  4 certified mechanics  Pails Depl.- Maurice ��� Sales ��� Dorhn  TIDELINE  Parts ��� Supplies ��� Sales ��� Service  885-4141     5637 Wharf Ro.id Sim licit  MARINE  LTD.  -- SUNSHINE    COAST    REGIONAL    DISTRICT  _%_WMMmm  MONDAY, MAY 23,1994  UPCOMING MEETINGS  REQUEST FOR QUOTATION  Regular Board  Thursday, May 26th at 7:30 p.m.  Forest Advisory Committee  Wednesday, June 1 st at 7:00 p.m.  Parks Committee  Thursday, June 2nd at 2:00 p.m.  Public Utilities Committee  Thursday, June 2rH to follow Parks.  Provincial Emergency Program  Thursday, June 2nd at 3:00 p.m. at the Sechelt Fire Hall.  The Sunshine Coast Regional District requests quotations for  the installation of an approximately 50' x 100' foundation and  associated works including slab for a transit building located at  the Wigard Road works yard in West Sechelt. Construction  drawings are available at the SCRD Building Department office  in the Green Gables Building, 5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt.  Closing date for accepting bids is May 27,1994,12:00 noon.  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  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 the B.C.  Water and Wastewater certification program with a minimum  of:  - Class III Water 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 to 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  BYLAW 310.41 (Text Amendment)  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT BOARD ROOM  7:00 P.M., THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 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. 310.41,1994  The intent of Bylaw 310.41 is to amend Sunshine Coast  Regional District Zoning Bylaw No. 310,1987 to incorporate a  provision to allow second kitchens in conjunction with home  occupations; to remove an "unhooking provision" with respect  to hydro rights of way and logging roads; to clarify a reference  to Electoral Area A; and to change the minimum parcel area  for second dwellings in the RU3 zone to make it consistent  with the RU2 zone (1 hectare for a second dwelling).  The public hearing is scheduled to be held at 7:00 p.m. on  Thursday, June 9, 1994 in the Board Room of the Sunshine  Coast Regional District offices, 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 is a synopsis of the bylaw and is not deemed to be  an interpretation of the bylaw. The bylaw and associated  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 May 24,1994 up to and including June 9,1994.  Mr. L. Jardine Sunshine Coast Regional District  Secretary Box 800, Sechelt, B.C., VON 3A0  MIDDLEPOINT RESIDENTS  PWWHAM��URA(^AIK:&mNESS(BflRE8��2612  OPEN LETTER TO ALL MIDDLEPOINT RESIDENTS  FROM THE HALFMOON BAY V.F.D.  Recently some discussion has been held regarding Fire  Protection for the Middlepoint area. In the past the H.B.V.F.D.  has responded to fires in this area, if we have been able W.  We would like to remind residents'that your area is outside  our Fire Protection district, and we are under no obligation to  respond to fires outside our district.  Our first responsibility is, and shall continue to be, to provide  fire protection to the residents of the Halfmoon Bay Protection  District.  We, the members of the H.B.V.F.D. urge you to contact your  SCRD representative (Jane Reid) about fire protection. Only  you can bring fire protection to the Middlepoint area.  Sincerely,  H.B.V.F.D.  CD. Richardson,  Chief  CANADA FITWEEK MAY 27 - JUNE 5,1994  ��� 2/1 fitness classes (bring a friend).  ��� RLSSC Fitness Award Challenge June 1, 3:30 - 5:00 p.m.  ��� Hot tub Bubble Bath June 5th, 6:30 - 9:00 p.m.  ��� Swim to Texada Island (count your lengths all week to win a  fitweek T-shirt)  ��� Fitsplash during our swim lessons.  INTRODUCTORY MASSAGE COURSE    with Brenda  Wilkinson RMT & teacher at the West Coast Massage College.  June 4 & 5/94 9 - 5 p.m. $95 or $160/couple.  Learn how to do a full body massage! Over a 2-day weekend  course, participants will learn to give a complete treatment.  Couples or singles are welcome - the instructor is used to  making beginners fed at ease. Sheets are used for draping and  notes will be provided to be able to continue practising. The  course ends on Sunday with an hour & a half massage  exchange.  SPRINKLING REGULATK  U."1,., :,A   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.  NOT* NO SPBINKI INC. FRIDAY ________  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.  NOT* NO ______ IMP. SATURDAY _______  Note: Only 1 Sprinkler per Property is Permitted  ATTENTION:     PLEASE TURN OFF ALL SPRINKLERS IN THE EVENT OF A FIRE IN YOUR AREA  THINK COMPOST  DID YOU KNOW... organic material makes up over 30% of the waste going to landfill.  To help reduce this, the Regional District is making the "Earth Machine Composter" available for your yard at our cost of $40.87  (includes taxes). Features of this Cadillac of composters include: ��� a "how to" book ��� 10.5 cu. ft. capacity ��� rodent and raccoon  proof ��� made in Canada ��� 50% recycled plastic O UV resistant ��� 10 year warranty.  Accessories are also available including the wingdigger aerator, video, extra copies of Ihe "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 iodine   Mailing Address   I Postal Code   Phone #   a  Save a BACKYARD COMPOSTER and BOOK for mel $35.85 + $5.02 tax  I I want and extra "how to compost" BOOK $ 1.50 + $0.21 tax  I I want the EDUCATIONAL VIDEO too! $ 3.00 + $0.42 tax  , I want the WING DIGGER too! $ 7.50 (tax included)  I I want the KITCHEN PAIL too! $ 1.50 + $0.21 tax  I   "COMPOSTERS AND ACCESSORIES WILL BE DISTRIBUTED IN CIBSONS, SECHEIT AND PENDER HARBOUR. WATCH THE SCRD BULLETIN BOARD  " AD FOR DETAILS ON DISTRIBUTION DAYS AND TIMES, (cill Cathy Kenny at 8S5-2261 for more information) _  TF  HOURS ��� MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY 8:00AM TO 5:00PM, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 6:00PM  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  !1  mmm  Mi  mm 20  Coast News, May 23, 1994  ^-"  I  BrushRIsi&terI  Uke 6&mk$e o| ut  fatkemt  We're clearing the warehouse  for summer inventory at  unbeatable prices.  This Carpet Lasts A Long, Long Time.  But Not Around Here.  ' Hurry in now. With savinss this bis, our stock is sure to move fast. After all, this is nylon carpet made of Anso�� with  Scotchgard��� Stain Release, and eveiyone loves it. Anso with Scotchgard Stain Release carpet resists food and beverage  stains like never before. And we've stocked up on a great selection of beautiful colors, styles and textures. Stop in today.  We'll try to make sure our stock doesn't move any faster than you do. We also feature an outstanding selection of carpets  made of Anso CrushResister��� nylon, the fashionable fibre underfoot.  MoaA  CdApet  *4m��m3al/l eaaaat iaej  i ��j^gjjjjjjj��2ijjjgj��jjjjjjjj^jjjjj��  Carpet Roll Ends  onlyTTVsq.ft.  >__________________  I  Hard Wearing  Level Loop Carpet  only 66</sq. ft.  im  [GrushResistiErI  ! &fau*.%e7fep�� ���  Builders Special Buy  CRUSH RESISTANT  CARPET  Res $18.99 now only  $12.99/sq.yd.  100% nylon 5 yr anti matt &  crush warranty  '.���.'.'.'.V.y.T/iy.y.y.V.'.V.V  Avalanche  Reg. $22.95  NOW $18e"  sq.yd.  XjMfiMWKt^^  Candide up to 20'  S9"'  m  ��� #���    sq.yd.  (must take complete roll)  All items  -������������������������������������������-���w-^^  Candide over SO'  $16-"  /sq.yd.  fr&&M:&&-:&^  Over 100 rolls of  carpet to dear  Over 70 rolls  of vinyl to  choose from  Bruce  hardwood floors  starting at $4***  ���������x.:.:.:.:.v.:.^^  100% Wool Berber  resS39.99 $10.** sq.yd.  Lamb wool color - one only  oxwawrt:-:.:-:*:-:.:-:.:-:*  Builders Lino  only 66 t/ sq.ft.  Laminate J. 3/4" solid j  Pre-fmished in-stock  starting at  S^M/saft.  ON SALE NOW! 50% OFF  Iii SHADE-O-MATIC  VERTICAL BLINDS  Gibson ��� Brent ��� Monet  ilk.   ^ri       All other fabrics 30% OFF  with FREEralancesI  Patio door verticals  TS-xar Sit.* in-stock  1     ���   _���I  P"ga->  WI  credit  plan available"  on approved  credit ask  for details  New arrival Pallet of European Ceramic  13" X13" #5 in strength  while quantities last $2.99 ea*  (1 - 5 strength ratio)  Plus one Pallet of 12" X12"  Marblized Ceramic  $1-79  Interceramic Special  12" X12" Frost Proof Ceramic  4 colours  Hours:  9 AM-5PM  Mon.-Sat.  h  INTERIOR DECORATING  IN-HOME SHOPPING  709 Highway 101 Gibsons  You won't  find a better  deal anywhere!  886-7112  maUaaam

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