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 Le.gislafivf BuiJ ding  Parliament- Bu.Utiings  VICTORIA.   B.C.  V8V   1X5  94.0  Attention:Rod dardin  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  QSE1XIIQI  May 30,1994 Volume 48 Issue 22  TTTT1 IT Tl  UKEEK  WITHIN  ������������������������������������  Finding fault  with  American     *  fishing policy I  B&Es  take  their toll  over long  weekend  3  CELEBRATING:  done in the  sun with  Pender Harbour  style 0  New car up  for grabs  in local      4 0  raffle      IL  Annual  Malaspina  Regatta soon  tobe       40  underway    1 x  New organization  ��� One Straw-  seeks to  further  farming  efforts      aa  on Coast    *v  +  H.J&,  , ,  MPr." p.  -,'-'         ',!__$  pfPF  .  pp*#*'    ."  ^,,,i <jj   J^_w  ���  ^^^iiHKi^*^'^  nklk  ,  ' '���'  _~aQ*\\   ~"  |f:':^  f  _^m_emv______t__wf'���   '   *]    t*.  fmSS^S            wL^m                      jt           \.J*  k  Lttfca&fr  frifr  8^    -   __w__\\_\_\\  *   ���  rm$;,  _______  .   '*  *s  ^���   &__w  ___________m           '    ffaBj  ��  ���,U.'> r>d3  .  ���J*  1  m  :���  '     *.  :%"m  Fishing up a storm...  Michael McGinn winds up for another cast as son Colton checks out the edge of     expedition, but gave onlookers a dramatic thunder and lightning show Thursday  the Davis Bay wharf with mother Beth. Storm clouds quickly shut down the     evening. Joel Johnstone pholo  Coast guard cre^ flipr*ywn boat  by Nancy Moote  A Pender Harbour-based  Coast Guard team found out how  it feels to be on the receiving end  of a rescue when they flipped  their vessel in the Skookumchuck  rapids.  Two university students on  Iheir first day of summer Coast  Guard training capsized their six  metre inflatable rescue boat in  the tidal rapids Thursday night  and had to call on the local water  taxi for help. The Iwo trainees  were wearing survival suits and  were unhurt.  According to John Churchill,  who co-ordinates the Coast  Guard's prevention, auxiliary,  and Inshore Rescue Boat operations, the accident happened  around 6:30 p.m. when the tide  was in full flood.  "From what we gather, Ihey  were doing a man overboard  practice with full life jackets,  which is standard practice," he  said. But the boat got caught in a  cross current and capsized.  The students        managed to swim ��� - --__  ashore       after The boat got COUgbt  Guard team was  retrieving their    in a cross current     no1 ��nxious to  that a boat of that size has flipped  in the rapids.  Ted Lee, who runs a water  taxi service from Egmont,  retrieved the Coast Guard boat  later that night, towing it to the       Lafarge Cement  dock. The Coast  boat, a Zodiac  Mark 5 equipped  with    two    90  horsepower       engines and a carbon dioxide self-righting device.  The boat's radio equipment was  destroyed in the accident, so Ihey  hiked out along the five km  Skookumchuck Provincial Park  trail and phoned for help from a  house at about 8:20 p.m.  The accident is the first time  and capsized'  -John Churchill  discuss the accident, he said.  "They were pretty close mouthed  about it."  Churchill would not release  the names of the students, a man  and a woman in their early 20s,  because the Coast Guard is still  investigating the accident. He  said, though, that they were not  neophytes.  Although Thursday was the  pair's first day on the water this  year, both were trained and experienced. In particular, he said,  "the fellow who was driving the  boat last night has been with us  for four summers."  Pender Harbour is one of four  sites on the B.C. coast where  summer student Coast Guard  crews are based.  Churchill said the students  handle about one fourth of all  search and rescue incidents each  summer.  Churchill could not give  statistics of the number of accidents in the Skookumchuck  rapids.  But he said there are a number  of incidents each year. "In full  flood, it can be very dangerous,"  he said  turn to page 2  Once, twice,  three times a baby  A triple addition to the family or Kim and Bill Edmonds of  Langdale: front to back, Blair, Shannon, and Rhonda.  Joel Johnstone pholo  by Darah Hansen  Kim and Bill Edmonds of  Langdale are counting to three a  lot lately ��� three swingsets,  three dirty diapers, three hungry  mouths to feed.  It all started aboul Ihree weeks  ago (May 7) when Kim gave  birth to monozygous ��� identical  ��� triplets.  One: Rhonda, bom 6:22 p.m.  - weighing five pounds and one  ounce.  Two: Blair, born 6:38 p.m. -  weighing three pounds, 12.5  ounces  Three: Shannon, born 6:46  p.m. - weighing four pounds,  three ounces.  "It was a bit of a shock to  begin with," says Kim, referring  to when her doctor announced  she was pregnant with the  triplets. She was four and a half  months pregnant at the time.  The family was prepared for  one baby, maybe even two, she  says. "But the third was like,  'Wow'."  Kim adds, "My grandmother  was a twin. She always told me I  was going to have twins...bul she  never said I'd have three."  There were no fertility drugs  involved in the pregnancy.  The babies were born about  one month early, says Kim.  According to the new mother,  premature birth is common wilh  multiple births.  Because of thai danger and  possible complications in delivering the triplets, Kim spent the last  eight weeks of her pregnancy at  the BC Women's Hospilal in  Vancouver, waiting. The confinement to the hospital was the  worst part of having three babies  al once, she says.  Now lhat they're all home,  mother and daughters, and everyone is healthy, Kim says things  are going well. "The routine is  the same (as having one baby),"  she says. "Each thing just takes a  lot longer."  Kim's only complaint is one  familiar all new parents. "I don't  get a lot of sleep," she says.  Meanwhile, the rest of the  family is taking the latest addition to Iheir home in stride. "It's  pretty neat," says Bill, cradling  one of the babies in his arms.  "There's no going back now."  While proud sister, eight-year-  old Cia, is "really happy," says  her mom. She's always wanled a  brother or sister, "now there's  one for each of us."  School  board  plans  school  staffing  shuffle  Effective August 1, 1994,  there will be a few known faces  in new places around the school  district as the principals, vice-  principals and teachers begin  their annual shuffle.  The school board announced  last week the appointment of  Ann Skelcher, currently principal of Langdale Eler.entary  School, to Roberts Creek Elementary School. Skelcher will  be assuming the duties of Jack  Pope who has requested he  return to full-lime teaching  duties for the 1994/95 school  year.  David Short will fill the  space left vacant by Skelcher at  the Langdale school. Short has  been director of resources over  the past year bul lhat position  was made defunct after the  school board voted recently to  shut down the resource centre in  an effort to save money.  Meanwhile, Bev Terry, the  current vice-principal of Chatelech Secondary School in  Sechelt, has been reassigned as  principal of Ihe school for the  next year.  Terry takes over for outgoing principal Jeff Kenyon  who is taking a year's leave of  absence.  The vice-principal's position  will be advertised and a suitable  candidate chosen by school  board trustees. This will be a  one-year appointment.  The school board has also  accepted the recommendation of  John Nicholson, principal of  Gibsons Elementary, and will  not appoint a vice-principal at  the school for the 1994/95  school year. This vacancy  occurred when Julie Gleadow  requested to return lo full-time  teaching.  "  m*-A\ Coast News, May 30, 1994  Bistvict of ��>r elicit  P.O. Box 129, S545 Inlet Avenue, Secbelt, B.C. VON 3A0 Tetephone (604) 665-1966 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.  i Committee Meeting Date*  j May 1994  I Planning Committee  I Tuesday, May 31 st, 1994 at 1:30 pm in the  I Council Chamber  Clip ��n' Sav  3��.  CANADA DAY PARADE  Morning of Friday, July let, 1994  For information,  participation or  volunteering:    ���  CALL:  Ann Byres,  Coordinator  at  886-8778  SECHELT CELEBRATION  DAY  Saturday, June 4th, 1994  Hackett Park: 11:00 am-4:00 pm  Theme: "BAREFOOT IN THE PARK"  Including: Live 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  at 886-8778  "OUR BLOCK 7"  Nouceof nine iweeung  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 Coast  Arena  In Un* Roller Skating ��nd  Friday's Program  7:00 - 8:30 pm Public Roller Skate  (General)  8:30 - 10:00pm Teen Skate  Dates: 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 I9&up)  6:30 - 8:00 pm Public roller skate  (General)  8:00 pm on, Open for Bookings  Dates: June 4, 11, 18,25,1994  : FULL GEAR is required for Scrub  Hockey.  : NO rentals are available  : Scrub hockey rstss srs $5.00 per  person  : Public roller ekstss sre:  Adults $3.00  Teens $2.75  Child  $2.00  1994 Tax Notices  Notices will be in the mail to property  owners commencing the week of May  30th, 1994.  JOB OPPORTUNITY  R.C.M.P. SECHELT  DETACHMENT  GENERAL SECRETARY  POSITION TITLE: General Secretary  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, Wedneedey, June let,  1994 to the undersigned, marked  "Confidential":  Staff Sergeant C. Reid  RCMP  P.o! Box'l88, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  FAX Number: 885-9473  IMPACT ASSESSMEKT  STUDYOF  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 (DL 1331)  westward to Lawson Road  (DL2338)  (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, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  news  Striking Lafarge worker Lome Hallman on picket duty at the Egmont dock last week said, "We're  not asking for much. We're just trying to hold on to what we've got." Joel Johnstone photo  Canadian fisheries officials plan  strategy for 'aggressive harvest'  by Roxanne Gregory  While Americans declare a  national disaster in Iheir West  Coast salmon fishery, Canada's  Fisheries Minister, Brian Tobin  is planning 'aggressive harvesting' measures for Canadian  salmon before they reach U.S.  waters, according to Department  of Fisheries and Oceans  spokesman, Bill Morrell.  Tobin, who is in Washington  Ihis week, is not optimistic thai  a settlement with the U.S. will  be reached on the contentious  Pacific Salmon Treaty.  "We're not looking for an  agreement or further negotiations at this point, unless there is  substantial movement on the  part of the U.S. We are designing a domestic, fishing strategy,  which the Minister will be  announcing prior to opening the  season," said Morrell.  Morrell also said, "Certainly  we are going to look at conservation concerns for chinook and  coho in the (Georgia) Strait.  "We won't be changing  sports fishing regulations for  those species this year, but we  will be looking at them for next  year. The commercial coho and  Chinook fishery is being  reviewed, and when the strategy  is complete, he'll make an  announcement." said Morrell.  Some of the issues which  have stymied the Canadian  negotiations include the selective approach taken by the U.S.  to treaty obligations.  While the U.S. insists Canada must reduce its chinook and  coho harvest which originate in  Washington and Oregon, they  have totally ignored coho conservation requests for salmon  originating in the Skeena and  Nass rivers.  The U.S. also proposes to  increase ils interception of  Canadian salmon, which would  worsen an already unacceptable  imbalance of interceptions cur  rently favouring the U.S.  From 1989 to 1993 the U.S.  salmon catch totaled 20.4 million salmon.  U.S. interceptions of Canadian northern run coho have  tripled since 1985, and threaten  conservation measures on the  Skeena and Nass.  Canadian negotiators feel the  U.S. should be decreasing their  catches. According to the DOF,  conservation concerns in the  U.S. northwest have arisen as a  result of environmental and  habitat problems, especially  dams, which are under the complete control of U.S. authorities.  ���' Although Canada has cut its  interceptions of U.S. salmon  since 198S, U.S. increases in  'harvesting Canadian fish has  increased by SO per cent, and  the most recent U.S. proposals  call for further reductions in  Canadian catches, which are  unacceptable to Canadian negotiators.  A Coast Guard Search and Rescue Zodiac needed rescuing Thursday night after capsizing in the  rough waters of Skookumchuck Narrows. Joel Johnstone photo  FREE  film or  2nd set  of prints  with each film developed  1 hour photos  5x7 prints 99<  Buy  Trade ��Rent  Sega or Super  Nintendo  111-5711 f trait Strait, Sechelt 885-2882  Local calls  rapids 'no  place to  fool around'  from page 1  Those dangers are well  known to boaters. Boat renlal  agencies have been known to  refuse rentals to tourists wanting  lo try the rapids.  Lee said he takes his water  taxi through the Skookumchuck  rapids at any time, but only  because he has been doing il  since Ihe age of 15.  "Every year there's people  that get in and can't get back  out. . . It is really dangerous,  even to people who know about  it," he said. He recounted stories  of several locals who have capsized or drowned there despite  knowing the waters well.  "It's no place  lo fool  around."  _s_ Coast News, May 30,1994  news  Crime mars long weekend festivities  Celebrations over the Victoria  Day long weekend were marred  for at least Iwo Sunshine Coast  residents after their houses were  broken into and vandalized.  The first break and enter  occurred on Saturday (May 21)  at a residence on Dogwood Drive  in Madeira Park.  According to Sl. Sgt. Cam  Reid at Ihe Sechelt RCMP  detachment, approximately  $200,000 worth of jewelry, crystal figurines and cash was stolen.  A 1994 Ford 4X4 was also  stolen from Ihe same address but  was recovered later by police  near Trout Lake in Halfmoon  Bay. Besides the Iheft, the house  was extensively damaged in the  break-in, Reid said.  Residents al Ihe Madeira Park  house were away for the weekend the incident occurred. The  theft was discovered early Sunday after family friends came to  check on the place.  Reid reported a second break  and enter on "the Boulevard" on  Ihe waterfront in Sechelt which  police suspect occurred between  3 p.m. on Sunday (May 22) and  the following Monday. The owners of the house were away at the  time.  Thieves made away with several household items including  stereo, cassettes, an 8-track  stereo, VCR, home computer,  and a 30-30 Winchester rifle.  Like the break and enter in  Madeira Park, a vehicle ��� in  this case a 1991 red Chevrolet  pick-up (license plate 7147 RC)  ��� was also stolen. The truck  has not been recovered.  "There is a possibility the  truck is now off the Sunshine  Coast," Reid said.  Police have recovered a briefcase with private documents and  cassettes from the 5400 block in  Sechelt. They've confirmed the  items had been taken from the  Sechelt house during the break  and enter. Other items from the  residence were found on a local  logging road.  Reid said police are treating  both robberies as separate incidents. He added, no arrests have  been made in the case. Investigations into both incidents are ongoing.  Prelim set in murder case  The preliminary hearing into the May, 1992 murder of an 86-year-  old Earl's Cove resident Harold Tibb begins today, Monday, May 30  in Sechelt Provincial Court.  Charged with the murder is Carrie Savoy, 43, a nurse's aide from  Gibsons. Savoy was arrested and charged with second degree murder  last October by RCMP after months of police investigation.  Tibb's body was discovered on a logging road west of Sechelt in  late May, 1992. Tibb had been reported missing for two weeks prior  to the grisly discovery.  According to police reports, Tibb's upper torso had been partially  eaten by a bear. And while no official cause of death has been  released, police say they have determined Tibb was killed before the  bear attack.  Savoy, an employee of St. Mary's Hospital in Sechelt, was placed  on indefinite suspension without pay from her nursing aide duties by  hospital administration at the time of the police investigation.  Evidence in the preliminary hearing against Savoy is scheduled to  carry over for five days, ending June 3.  Produce stand owner Nancy Gaudry and workers disassemble the operation following a Town of Gibsons demolition order.  Keilh Thirkell photo  Resident uses easement to aid produce stand  by Keith Thirkell and  Nancy Moote  A Gibsons business man says  he might make it difficult for the  town to complete its planned  water works unless council  eases off on vegetable stand proprietor Nancy Gaudry.  The lown intends to upgrade  and enlarge a water line from  Mahon Road lo Pratt Road  which crosses the Peninsula  Transport properly owned by  Peter Percheson. But Percheson  says that as long as the town  denies Gaudry the use of her  lean-to shelter on Cowrie Street,  "I'm kind of reluctant to give  them Ihe easement."  The town intends to dismantle Gaudry's stand, which was  built without a building permit.  Percheson and his wife are  friends of Gaudry's and supply  her with products from their 10  acre farm, though Percheson  said it doesn't make them much  money.  According to Percheson, he's  not blackmailing the town, but is  simply trying to encourage them  to look for creative options.  "The object of the exercise is for  her lo keep her stand, and them  to put their pipeline through."  The town has proved it can  be diplomatic and find graceful  loopholes, he says. After all,  when Ihey wanted an easement  from him they did everything  but bring him lunch. "They  couldn't have been nicer," he  says. "But now they treat a fellow business person exactly Ihe  opposite."  Percheson had some harsh  words for Gibsons Mayor Eric  Small. "This little Caesar of a  mayor parachuted in here four  or five years ago to retire from a  40 year banking career, only to  ignore his constituents and ram  through his vision of what is and  is not good for Gibsons."  Dan Legg, administrator for  the town of Gibsons, wouldn't  comment on how much it would  cost the town if Percheson  refused the easement. "I have no  idea at Ihis point and I think  that's pure speculation," he said.  According to Legg, Percheson has already given the neces-  !3smmmdWm^t  Home-made "Hello-Dolly" bars, carrot  cake, hot apple blueberry crumble,  chocolate cake with raspberry cream  and cookies (different every day!)   ^^  S52  CacfbfierrobY^  STRAWBERRIES!  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Sdare value, yield and  investment return wittfluctuate.   sary written approval for the  town to work on his property.  But Percheson says he's only  given permission for surveying.  "They don't have enough  paperwork to dig a hole," he  said, adding that he's prepared  to fight the issue in court. "My  legal bills are already $40,000 to  $50,000 a year," he said.  "Another IS grand to fight these  (guys) is no problem.''  ttijtltlu  ���i plrfT .   I  f Thank You W  Sunshine Coast Victim/Witness Services  would like to thank Centra Gas for  sponsoring the 'Up With People'  performances and for their donation to our  program.  We also want to thank all four local  governments, the business community,  and residents for supporting the event and  for showing Sunshine Coast hospitality to  the cast and advance team of Up With  People.  Canada Remembers  .- The D-Day Landings  Canada Remembers is Canada's national and international program commemorating  the 50th anniversary of events leading to the end of the Second World War.  To mark the 50th anniversary of the D-Day Landings in Normandy the Royal Canadian  Legion extends an open invitation to all to join them on Sunday the 5th of June. A parade  will assemble at Sunnycrest Mall at 12:30pm and, with bands, will march down Highway  101 for ceremonies at the cenotaph in the legion grounds.  After the ceremonies refreshments will be available, and a program of entertainment.  As part of the Canada Remembersprogram the Royal Canadian Legion is preparing a  register of all who served in the Allied forces during the Second World War.  To register contact Gibsons Legion Branch #109 at 886-2411  ^3335555333553333355555:  Serving Mariners Since 1968  uccaneer  Marina & Resort Ltd.  >  * marine hardware * open 7 days a week S am-5 pm  * marine ways to 36' ��� free u-launch boat ramp  * yard trailer haul-out service lo 28' ��� Ml painting and power washing  WARRANTEED MERCURY DEALER  SECRET COVE  '*"     885-7888  fMMlMTWM  SALES  Enjoy the  boating season now!  sa^ggggccc^ra?  ���Mi  mm  t_____________ Coast News, May 30, 1994  opinion  Canada tops in  world as  place to live  A United Nations report identifies Canada, for the second  time, as the best country in the world in which to live. The  lasl time Canada lopped the list was in 1990. But what the  report, or al least the news coverage of the report, fails lo  mention is how Canada with a population of approximately  26 million got to the top.  The report ranks countries on the basis of what the UN  terms as human development, and Canada tops a list of 173  countries, ahead of Switzerland and Japan, based on an  average income, life expectancy and education level. Canada only ranks number one in the number of people enrolled  in schools but il is in the lop 10 in most categories.  Ah, what money can buy.  The United Nations report should take into account the  amount of national and personal debt per capita and divide  points earned in other categories by an appropriate number:  something equivalent lo the interest rate of the Bank of  Canada for Ihe national debt, and the credit card rate for the  accumulative personal debt.  Canada has clearly bought its way to the top of the charts,  accumulating along the way one of the highest per capita  debts in the western world. While it is nice to be number  one, living beyond our means will be to the detriment of  generations to come.  This dogma probably sounds like the same old song and  dance about mounting government debt but feeling good  about maintaining a VIP place of residence is how Canada  became a debtor nation in the first place.  Ottawa and the provinces spent themselves out of tough  times in the 1970s and 1980s and now that the economy is  normalizing again the countries biggest problem seems to  be how to retool the delivery system of services that have  ballooned in terms of costs over the last 10 years. If a country is spending 40 billion a year - year after year - more  than it is making, then it is spending about 40 billion too  much.  Canadians should continue to feel good about being citizens in one of the best countries in the world, since most  other nations are in debt as well. But Canadians should prepare to bare down for some tough decisions coming in the  future.  Let's be proud of our human rights record - although the  First Nation peoples might have something to say about that  - and the emphasis governments place on access to education and health care. Universal access to social programs  has made the standard as high as it is today.  But let's think twice about what the money spent on servicing the debt could do towards helping single mothers,  children growing up immersed in poverty - yes, Canada has  poverty as well as wealth - saving the environment and  keeping peace and human rights above water in countries  like Rwanda and Haiti.  As Prime Minister Jean Chretien says, there is hope for  Canada, yet. The most important element of that new hope  is creating jobs so that people can consume more and thereby keep the economy growing, but consume within their  means. Ottawa should start setting the example, although  the same prime minister that insists there is hope is also  insisting that the debt can be controlled and curtailed.  Let's feel good about living in the best country in the  world but let's not let it go to our heads. We paid our way to  get there, and if we are not careful, some day we'll pay for it  with interest.  Storing a few  opinions  I, for one, am sorry to see  Larry Marshall's name absent  from your masthead, though I'm  the first to agree that it was a  monumental act of stupidity to  'blackwash' all Sunshine Coast  businesses by allowing a certain  editorial to get into print. I have  enjoyed Larry's writing in the  past and I think that, however,  mistakenly worded the controversial editorial was trying to  voice a true frustration many of  us express with the words  "another thing you can't get in  Gibsons."  Many who would like to shop  locally are forced to spenS out of  the community because of this.  Ask local tradespeople who find  the essential tools and parts they  need are often unavailable, over-'  priced or incredibly poor quality,  if bought on the Sunshine Coast.  Though this is a marine community, often essentials for  boaters cannot be bought here.  For example, a friend in search  of white boat paint was told basically, "We had some, but people  bought it, but we have some purple boat paint that no one's  bought yet. Would you like  some?"  When I tried to replace my  son's bicycle tire at a local sports  shop (no longer in business now)  I was told by the clerk that they  didn't have that size (people  bought them) and would I like to  purchase this other size, as if my  son's bike tires could expand and  contract to accommodate what  Ihe store hadn't managed to sell.  1 get the feeling that some of  these businesses are conned into  buying odd sizes and weird  colours by some fast-talking  salesman and then refuse to stock  the more common sizes and  colours until they unload the  ones that got unloaded on them.  Then there are the stores that you  never see any customers in. Why  are they still there? Do they do  the bulk of their business by mail  order or are they as I fear, a tax  writeoff for someone with other  holdings? If so, why is this  allowed to continue year after  year, when the government is  howling that it has a deficit for  ' which the most disadvantaged  members of society are taking  the blame?  I suspect it was this kind of  thing Larry had in mind when he  wrote his editorial (if he was  indeed the author). There are also  many businesses on the Sunshine  Coast who are really responsive  to the marketplace and who try to  provide good quality at affordable prices and to accommodate  even those customers who need  or want something out of the  ordinary.  ANNE MILES  Gibsons  Forgive and forget  The editorial in the Coast  News Weekender of May 12  titled 'Who's Minding the Store'  was in itself a grave mistake.  Publisher Gary Hebert apologized in the issue of May 19 for  the article, which he said was not  from his pen nor did it express  his views.  Therefore I beg retailers and  letters welcome  i  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions tor brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  Th* Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.  VON 1V0  businesses who have been  offended and quite justifiably by  the remarks of the editorial of  May 12 io forgive and forget, if  they can.  To keep a grievance alive  helps no one, a positive attitude  of goodwill, will do so much to  promote harmony in Gibsons and  the Sunshine Coast.  1 know it is so disheartening  to work so hard to make a business successful and have your  efforts nol appreciated or rewarded. We all have al this time much  to contend with, high taxes and  not so much money to spend,  also the rising ferry costs is a fact  that can be linked to fewer  tourists, tourists who seem reluctant to spend when they do  arrive.  This too will pass, so we must  continue to do our very best in  our own sphere in the Sunshine  Coast, we must unite to succied  not spread disunity. There is too  much already in Canada. -  I am looking forward so much  to seeing positive, optimistic letters in the Sunshine Coast News.  We live in such a beautiful  peaceful environment here, we  all must work with goodwill to  deserve it. I am so pleased that  the Town of Gibsons now has a  series of concepts for the waterfront park.  This is an example of a positive and wonderful first step to  making Gibsons even more  beautiful and pleasing to residents and tourists.  MRS. C J. NORTON  Gibsons  Sharing required to create jobs for the Twenty-first Century  Altruism is required in the labour market of the  20th century in order to reduce what is turning into  structural double digit unemployment in Canada. A  little more sharing and a little less selfishness by  both Ihe employer and Ihe employees should keep a  few more people off the road to stagnation.  Ottawa has struck a task force in the hopes that  those people employed and those people doing the  employing will share their paycheques ��� other than  Ihrough unemployment insurance premiums ��� by  shortening the work week and reducing over-time,  among other things. Employers against the proposal  suggest that creating more positions in their companies will cost more, even part-time employees cost  more. What the captains of industry are likely alluding to are Ihe administrative costs involved in a larger work force, as well as the benefits package that  employees usually expect, if not in the short term  bul in the long term.  Germany went to the 35 hour work week al leasl  10 years ago, in some of Ihe county's larger firms  like Volkswagon ��� in an economy that has run red  hot until this year. The 35 hours can be split either  into a four day work week or a seven hour, five day  week, while overtime hours can be reduced by hiring more workers.  The problem in North America is that most companies that are willing to move to a shorter work  week will only do so if the over-all payroll slays  approximately the same. The problem occurs  because it's difficult to convince North Americans.  between the lines  at least those that are employed, to work less and  also earn less.  The pains of employee and employer in moving  on the issue of wages is understandable, but what  many are missing is the intangible benefits of working shorter weeks: benefits for the worker, the  employer, and sociely.  Less time, energy and patience spent up at work,  more to spend it home. People who found it impossible to make time to be with Iheir spouse and children, now have more time to do that, if they so  choose.  More time at home, more lime with family ��� not  necessarily at home. Healthier families are the key  to reducing a gambit of government operating costs  on education, health, social services and policing.  Healthier parents, healthier children and a healthier  sociely: safer streets that produce children that grow  up to be active contributors to a society. Shorter  working days and more time at home would go a  long way to address, in an holistic way, the health of  Peter Busch  western society.  Holistically speaking, the more people the country is able to put back to work the healthier society  will be. An active mind is a healthy mind, so it is  said.  The more people are working the less of a drain  on UIC, and the less the employer will be asked to  contribute to this one form of income supplements.  Business leaders have long since called for a system  of collecting UIC that excluded contributions coming from their purse. But realistically, Ihe quickest  way that change could possibly occur is by helping  to create jobs that reduce the UIC role, which would  then make reductions on employer premiums more  palatable to taxpayers and easier, therefore, to swallow politically for politicians and their constituents.  As well, a shorter work week should create a  more efficient work force for the employer. The  work force should be more focussed over a four-day  period than a five-day work week, and perhaps eliminate the Monday ��� oh god it's Monday ��� blues  and the Friday ��� lhank heaven it's Friday ��� syndrome. The happier home life is the more positive  energy there is left over for work, and life gets happier when there is lime to manage and enjoy life that  exists outside the office. There is one you know.  The concept, though, is based on the supposition  that employees and employers can afford to support  a shorter, perhaps 35 hour week, and less overtime.  There is no point in working less but living wilh an  income that is so small it creates stresses rather than  alleviates them.  The federal task force will find that those earning  barely enough lo maintain a modest standard of living will not be all that interested in giving up a portion of an already small pie.  Of course, the jury is still out on who makes  what, and whal is the standard of living that could  be considered "enough" for employers and employees. But 100 years ago it was also difficult to imagine how companies would be able lo stay in business  with child labour laws, a standardized work day, and  a minimum wage.  The conditions of life in the dark days of the  industrial revolution would be impossible to fathom,  now, in all but the most impoverished Third World  countries. 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IV Op��n 7 days a week, 10- 5:30pm -j'��<J  ���kSV 5500Whwfftd. <ji^^  opinion  Producing a stand for a produce stand  ^c%��  MINOR HOCKEY  GENERAL  REGISTRATION  for all new & pre-registered players  Saturday, June 4*1-4 p.m.  Sunshine Coast Arena  All New Players Must Have Copy ot Birth Certificate  Coaches and Managers Neededl  PRE-REGISTRATION  FOR POWER SKATE  WILL ALSO TAKE  PLACE AT THIS TIME  SWAP MEET TO BE  HELD IN SEPTEMBER  BRIAN AHLSTEN  Specializing in people  Cant make  ends meet?  Call me & I  will show  you how.  Brian Ahlsten  886-0562  There were aboul 50 of us,  spilling out ihe door, very young  and old alike and ages in  between, and we were listening  to Nancy Gaudry, a rugged  woman with black cracks in her  hands and white curls in her long  hair, and anger and frustration in  her voice.  We gathered at the Gibsons  Town Council meeting to show  our support for her organic fruit  and veggie stand, which is Ihe  most recent target of the city's  crackdown on Things Without  Permits.  I had seen snippets of the  story in the papers, and was hearing a summary of it from Nancy  herself as she spoke into a dead  microphone.  "I've done everything  requested... You and this council  have Ihe control... you have the  power." These men who would  decide the fate of her business  were sitting in plush chairs in a  semi-circle with heads down like  errant school boys being lectured  by the principal, waiting out the  unpleasant forced silence, their  faces betraying the revenge they  would seek when they were free  to go in the schoolyard.  We were on the agenda. Their  turf, their rules. We were told we  had 10 minutes and three speakers and that was it. All of us, citizens of Gibsons and non-citizens  alike who buy from Nancy, or  who sell locally grown organic  produce to Nancy for resale, we  wanted to speak to protect this  woman's livelihood, bul there  was a schedule to be followed.  Nancy spoke, Pat Ridgway  mountains of things  spoke and so did John OeKleer,  who collected 60 signatures in  support of Nancy, mostly from  business owners in Lower Gibsons. Then the meeling proceeded through a thick stack of  papers and finally, there it was,  the lasl item on the agenda: a  report and a recommendation  that "the illegal structure is  removed from the designated  parking area for Variety Foods."  Finally! Question period. Verbal slaps ��� like "this is not a  debate, it's a question period" ���  weren't enough to keep the tension, the tempers, and Ihe anger  in the room from rising.  Many remaining troopers in  support of Nancy stood up and  asked questions. At last, the  mayor had enough.  "We're finished here," and  with a stroke of the gavel, the  meeting was over. But the citizens wouldn't go away. Even as  the councillors were packing  their bags, comment flew. Some  hung around.  Bradshaw escaped. Conversations ensued. Still, confusion  reigned. What happened, and is  she out, or not?  What happened was that this  same council hired a new building inspector back in October to  caitlin hicks  enforce the town's bylaws, a fellow known for his hard-line,  "who is working to a higher standard," according to Dan Legg.  And while he was checking out a  woodstove nearby, discovered  the organic veggie lean-to without a building permit and slapped  a stop work order on it.  After months of back and  forth, Nancy still seems to have  three problems:  ��� She has a "building" constructed on a parking lot.  ��� The "building" has not  proven to meet the building code.  ��� The "building" was built  without a permit.  Considering that Ihis is not  just another casual forgotten  building permit, that a woman's  livelihood is at stake here, can  she run the gauntlet this "higher  standard" has set for her? She  claims she tried, in a situation  defined by some as "one big fat  Catch-22."  There was liability coverage  purchased and then revoked  because the town wouldn't designate her structure as legal. She  located parking spaces, but that  wasn't enough for Council. They  needed more paperwork, more  parking considerations. Parking  is the sensitive issue in Lower  Gibsons. More than a little bit o  frustration and loss of business  has gone on because of parkin}  regulations.  But there is a discretionar)  thing or two council could do foi  her. Once her "building" is  examined and drawn up and certified by an engineer as meeting  the standards of the building  code, Council could allow Nancy  to continue in spite of Ihe parking "problem" she didn't seem to  have these past three and a half  years before Mr. Ace Building  Inspector sniffed out her lean-to.  Why nol?  The Lower Gibsons businesses don'l seem to object, and it  would do a heck of a lot for  council's hard-line public image.  I respect building codes, and  good inspectors. They save us  being sold a bill of goods from  some slapstick developers. They  save us even from ourselves  sometimes.  But isn't the intent of these  laws lo protect us? To ensure  "safety" and to work in the best  interests of all? What intent is  being served here? And whose  interests?  Nancy's business is an asset  to Lower Gibsons. Her structure  has not been proven "unsafe"  just because it doesn't have a  building permit, yet.  Errant school boys hide  behind letter of bylaws while  organic veggies wilt over smog  makers in Gibsons.  Never mind the future of Gibsons, what is the future of our  planet if we can't resolve these  issues in a better manner?  letters  COASTWIDE REALTY  885-0505  A supportive stand  Mayor Small and Council  Town of Gibsons  I am writing in support of  Nancy's Organic Produce Stand.  I believe that council is demonstrating an attitude of mean  spiritedness in ils attitude toward  Nancy. She has dealt with the  parking issue by acquiring two  additional parking spots in the  area. She has had the stand  inspected by an engineer. She is  prepared to renew her liability  insurance which was revoked by  her insurance company when the  town condemned her stand. And  she has applied for a building  permit. And yel you still block  her way.  Many of us believe that a produce stand such as Nancy's adds  to the diversity and character of  Bill & Fred, the new owners of  �����  Att O^lfintj A  NCO  CONC!  You too can have attractive, durable  concrete for your home or yard, and  probably for a lot less than you think  HOW??? titf taking aioanUtjt e*$ this  $T i*\ ~>Y LIMITED TIME & $T &  Concrete Carports t*.*,*.  Concrete Driveways....t>~i~  Concrete Sidewalks ....^���<��  Concrete Patios t-.tUm  886-8174  or 885-7180  ���$1.85/sq.ft  �� $1.75/sq.ft.  *, $2.35/sq.ft.  ���$1.85/sq.ft.  Lower Gibsons. It enhances the  surroundings and attracts a large  number of customers to Lower  Gibsons, like myself, for whom  Lower Gibsons is a little out of  the way. And more importantly,  Nancy's stand provides us with a  place to buy fruit and vegetables  that have been grown organically  without the use of harmful herbicides and pesticides. She is doing  a great service to your environment and mine, as well as providing the shoppers of this area with  fresh, organic produce.  I think that what council is  doing is destructive to the character of the town. The lack of any  demonstration of goodwill on  council's part is hard to understand. I would like to know why  the town is refusing to issue a  building permit for the stand and  whether the town will issue a  building permit if she dismantles  the stand and then re-applies.  CAROLANN GLOVER  Roberts Creek  Accepting horses  Re: Coasl Sews Weekender  May 5 and May 12 letters 'Horse  sense needed' and 'Bickering  ninnies'  I suppose if one disagreed  with Ms. S. Gartner of Roberts  Creek, one could be classified as  a 'bickering ninny'. That would  definitely include myself, as well  as a lot of people who live in  Roberts Creek and other rural  areas on the Coast. Ms. Gartner,  if you did not move to a rural  area to encounter horseback riders, or bother to slow down and  add 30 seconds to your trip then I  suggest you move back to Surrey  or wherever you came from (I  certainly hope it was nol Toronto) so your life is not inconvenienced and others put in mortal  danger.  Roberts Creek is * rural area  and I have happily lived here for  many years and have encountered all sorts of obstacles on the  rural roads, slow moving bicycles, geese and goslings, ducks,  chickens, deer, goats and of  course horses. Since I live in a  rural area, I accept these obsta-  clesit as a fact of life and rather  expect and enjoy them for what  they are.  It is interesting to note that  Section 116 of the Motor Vehicle  Act states in reference to equestrian traffic that any person riding  or driving (a cart, wagon) has the  same rights and duties as a person driving a motor vehicle. I  contacted a friend in the RCMP  for more information. He lives in  a rural area and confirmed the  information. He also expressed  agreement with my safety con  cerns. Riders have the right lo be  on the road and it is the responsibility of the driver to safely pass  any obstacle, if failure to do so  resulted in an accident, then the  consideration of criminal negligence charges is possible. Of  course the consideration of civil  negligence lawsuits is probable.  My friend's description of  what might happen to hone, rider  and motor vehicle in a head-on  collision is what affected me  most. The rider leaves the horse  jusl prior to impact or after and is  flung over the vehicle to smash  with incredible force into the  pavement. Over 1,000 pounds of  animal, its legs smashed, shoots  along the hood of the vehicle easily smashing through the windshield crashing into the occupants of the motor vehicle.  Small consolation for the driver of the vehicle even if they  think they own the road, even  less for the rider lying dead or  crippled on the roadway. Perhaps  that is the reason some of the riders "hysterically scream, wave,  gesture and freak out" when  someone zips by them in an  unsafe manner. I am aware that  all that is needed to pass them  safely is a little care, consideration and respect for others and  their pursuits - are you.  BILL WRIGHT  Roberta Creek  All work  performed by  Local Contractors  Every Thursday in  Coast News Weekender  Arts & Entertainment  Section  Local IV Listings  (for Gibsons, Sechelt & Pender Harbour)  TV Movie Listings  Weekend Calender  Channel Eleven Listings  COUCll Spild by Chester Field  Westcoast Cuisine  (Sunshine Coast Dining Guide)  _ ��� Coast News, May 30, 1994  community  Coming events: June 9 Volunteers Tea, second annual  Sprockids Mountain Bike  Championships at GES; June 10  Red Cross Boal Safety Program;  June 16 Primary Sports Day;  June 23 Intermediate Sports  Day; June 29 final assemblies,  last day of school for studenls.  Sprockids: congratulations to  Mr. Delwiller and the Mountain  Bike Club on a successful year.  The group is to be featured on  TSN, has had full page writeups  in "The Province" and other  sports magazines.  The Club: congratulations  also lo Mr. Paish and Ms.  Saigeon for their efforts in  spreading the good news about  the Club, service clubs and businesses have endorsed the aims  of the Club and are generously  providing much assistance.  BC Heritage Society Awards:  Ihis year's winners will soon be  announced. Last year we had  NEW TO THE SUNSHINE COAST  P'H'S  PEOPLE AIDING LOCALS  886-3696 Mon.-Fri. (9-5)  Need help or  something done?  ���GIVE US A CALL-  Special low rates  for seniors, shut-ins  & special needs.  ���After hours 886-7812  Gibsons Elementary students Uke a rest trom exploring the tidal life of Flume Beach as teacher  Bob Benmore reads trom the book A Salmon for Simon. Joel Johnstone photo  >   SPECIFIC  Perms $44.  (includes cut & style) I        I  Spiral perms jL\J /o off  Does not apply to any other discounts  three provincial champions (Rio  Bond, Brad Ingram and Andrea  Currie). Their efforts and those  of nine others from GES are on  display now at school in a mam  moth Heritage Society scrap-  book.  End of year activities for our  Grade 7s: We say farewell to the  Grade 7s on Wednesday, June  29 at 1:30 pm. All friends and  family are welcome lo attend the  leaving ceremony for the Grade  7s. The day before they are having a luncheon and a dance.  A fond farewell for Captain Bunyan  by Dick Kcnnett  On a sunny Victoria Day Sunday off Finisterre Point Captain  Jim Barnes brought his vessel  Queen of Cowichan up into the  wind as friends and relatives of  the late Captain John Bunyan  proceeded to Ihe main car deck to  scatter his ashes.  Daughter Susan Bunyan in a  short solemn service cast a  wreath and petalled flowers to  the waters as retired BC Ferries  Captain Laurie Farr, in traditional  naval fashion, scattered Captain  John Bunyan's ashes over the  waters he knew so well.  The venerable James E. Whittles, padre of the Sunshine Coast  Naval Veteran's Association,  himself a veteran of the wartime  beaches of Normandy, conducted  service in his favoured Anglican  Book of Common Prayer as is  cuslom for those that go down to  the sea in ships.  In five minutes all rites were  performed and the Queen of  Cowichan was again under way  \6 HbfSeShbe' Bkjl. And, iH 'the  spirit of ihe occasion Captain Jim  Barnes provided his own cabin  for the ceremonial party en route.  When Susan Bunyan called to  inform me of the arrangements  we both agreed that her father  had led a full and productive life  for 81 years. He served in the  navy as a young man on the  HMCS Givenchy and the old  rainbow class destroyer HMCS  Vancouver.  After the war Captain John  Bunyan became a legend to us  locals in Howe Sound marine  transport, first with the passenger  commuter Sea Bus Lines from  Fishermans Cove to Gibsons  Landing. When this service  became inadequate for the times,  Gibsons Bros. Logging took over  the service with its navy converted fairmile MV Machingonne  and again there was John Bunyan  on the run from Horseshoe Bay  to Gibsons dock.  Still later in August 1951  Black Ball Ferries inaugurated its  car ferry service between Horseshoe Bay and Gibsons dock and,  sure enough, there was John  Bunyan with MV Quillayute. He  would later see service on MV  Bainbridge, SS Smokwa, Sunshine Coast Queen, Langdale  Queen and Sechelt Queen as the  present BC Ferries took over the  entire Black Ball fleet in October  of 1961.  John Bunyan left the ferry service in 1972 and told this scribe  at that time, "I felt the crews  were not getting a fair shake."  I first crossed Captain Bunyan's bow in 1952 when he mastered MV Quillayute and I commuted daily from Gibsons dock  to my Port Meteorlogical office  in downtown Vancouver. Black  Ball's George Paulin had granted  me the first commuter ticket, 10  trips for $7.  John Bunyan was always  interested in trie weather and regularly took air and sea water temperatures off Finisterre Point and  Keats Island with instruments  provided by me.  So, to a man in true navy fashion, "Up Spirits" John Bunyan,  you have served your country,  your community and the travelling public ever so well.  ftUU WttmVlf'd  JMARltliL  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Product*  883-2253  883-9551  ffl  HOME HARDWARE  BUILDING CENTRE  HARBOUR  BOAT TOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarpt & Covers  Upholstery 8 Repairs  MAk'IMA  'IIARMACY  883-2888  *(M ���jJJnTTIHD  Pender Harbour's ONLY  Full Line Sporting Goods Store  Francis Peninsula Place  Corner ol Sunshine Coast Hw  Francis Peninsula Rd. 883-2  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580-4321  CALL COLLECT  MADEIRA  MARINA  8B3-B2B6  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors welcome  i /* milk north of gmmen bat rd.  HWY. 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There will be four extra  daily sailings on the  Tsawassen-Swartz Bay run  during August, partly to  accommodate visitors to the  Games in Victoria Aug. 18-  28. McKenzie said the extra  sailings are possible because a  new, faster ferry has been  added to the fleet and will not  cause reduced service on any  otherruns.       In  We would like  to welcome  a NEW PLAYER  to the  "HOME TEAM"  GUS GIANNAKOS  Gus, a 22 year  resident of the  Sunshine Coast, has  the knowledge and experience to help  buyers and sellers fulfill their real estate  needs. Each and every transaction is  met with professionalism and care. Gus  is happy to meet you in your home or  at the Coastwide office to discuss your  real estate needs.  /J^ COASTWIDE REALTY  k���-7 885-0505  6  DAYS  ONLY!  SAVE ���__  40% to ���y^Afimim^tmm-  ���ALL STYLES-ALL SIZES  ���ALL PERFECT SLEEPER�� SETS  Dont miss this giant special purchase - your  best time to buy The World's Best Mattress!  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_tm_^_____________tm harbour highlights  community  by Frank Roosen, 883-2920  Pender Harbour May Day as come and  gone. I hope you all had a good time and  will be looking forward to the next one. And  now that we have seen it, wasn't it the very  best ever? It was wall to wall people all over  the place. A fantastic day to remember and  to put your support behind for Ihe next year.  If any of you good people have a complete video of the parade, we would like to  borrow it as my son had a 'bum' cassette in  his machine. We sure would like to see little  Michael pulling our float. Thank you so  much.  Ladies Auxiliary  1 Their tea and crumpets also was an overwhelming success with all seats taken, inside  and out. The fashion show by the Bargain  Barn was apparently something fantastic and  now that I'm talking about the Bargain Barn  I've noticed that they are bursting out of the  seams. When standing in the doorway the  other day (the only place where one can  egtnorttnews  stand) I was looking at the building across  the street, yes that white one where all your  money is kept in safe-keeping, and yes the  same one that will come empty pretty soon.  The thought entered my mind how nice it  would be if the rightful owners of that property were to donate the use of it for the Bargain Barn. Anybody out there reading this?  They could hang up a nice plaque - 'The use  of this building donated graciously by:  Whomever it is, we will be eternally grateful.'  The Friendship Club  The Happy Wanderers of the North Shore  will give a concert at the PH Community  Centre on Thursday, June 2 at 1 p.m. So  please, come and enjoy an afternoon for free  - sponsored by the Friendship Club.  Lost and Found  A Kleindale resident has lost his reverse  gear out of his blue van somewhere probably  coming down Misery Miles. The owner  keeps driving around and around and some  times becomes a nuisance if there is no exit.  If anybody has found said item, please call  Peter P.  Mission Boats  The Sundowner Inn, also know to some  of us as St. Mary's Hospital will be hosting a  weekend event August 19-21. It will be a  gathering of all old Mission boats and of  course any old boats and pictures and memories. More news will follow on this as we get  closer to the date or call 883-9676. Mark  your calendar.  The legion will have a dance on Saturday,  June 18 from 8 p.m. to 12 midnight with  music by Freefall. So please, come out and  enjoy. I would go but I already have a 25th  and a 45th anniversary to attend that same  day.  The Serendipity Playschool will have an  Open House on Tuesday, May 31 (for most  of you that is tomorrow morning) from 9:30  a.m. to 10:30 a.m. to register your child age  three to five.  Coast News, May 30, 1994  A Special Gift Shop  Dedicated to personal growth fy  development  Silver & Gold Jewelry  Unique & Intense Craftsmanship  5695 COWRIE ST. SHADOW BAUX LANE 885-9337  by Maureen Parrott, 883-9189  Brian found a traffic ticket on  our truck, right on the road near  Egmont Government Wharf.  Did you know there's a little  "No Parking" sign up there now  - since last year, in fact?  Hey, you have to give us time  to get used to these civilized  ways.  The ticket proved to be only  a warning: "Towing is next".  So Egmont's not altogether  city-fled; we don't have to move  further into the boonies yet.  halftnoon happenings  Egmont Day  Egmont Day is June 4 and it  will kick off as usual with a  kids' fishing derby at 9 am off  Egmont government wharf -  remember those life jackets.  Then races and games in the  school ground, starting about 11  am. Lunch will be available  down at the hall (like hot dogs)  about 12:30 pm.  In the afternoon, canoe races  and, perhaps, soccer and baseball for the adults. Potluck smorgasbord at 6 pm ($3.50 to mem  bers of the Community Club,  otherwise $7) followed by a CD  dance starting at 8 pm. Get your  tickets in advance for that one,  at Bathgates Store, the Backeddy, or wherever you see them on  sale.  Welcome home  Doug and Sheila Silvey, married on May 14, are back from a  California honeymoon. Congratulations and best wishes.  Another Egmonster returning  from sunny California is John  Griffith. With fishing season  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  The Welcome Beach Community Association held a very  busy and successful flea market  at the hall last Sunday.  The early birds were there in  force and swallowed up most of  the homebaked goodies for  which this group is well known.  The result was that the shelves  were emptied within minutes of  the opening. Oh well, better luck  nexl time for those of us whose.  skills in the baking department  are sadly lacking. The lucky  winner of the raffle for the delicious rum cake was Gordon  Hewitt of Redrooffs. The hard  working directors and helpers  thank everyone for their support  and donations. They will be  busy again at the country fair  this year looking after the bingo  department.  The annual general meeting  will be on Wednesday (June 8)  Welcome Beach hall, 7 pm. All  members are urged to attend this  very important meeting. Your  input and your votes are needed.  The year 1993 was a very successful year and with your help  this can continue. The new executive will take over and if you  would like to be a member of  the board please give your name  to any member of the present  executive. In order to vote, your  1994 dues must be paid. Memberships will be available prior  to the meeling and refreshments  will be served.  Our old friend Mary Shannon  is now settled quite contentedly  in Shorncliffe where she is visited by her friends who just stay  for a short time as Mary is now  tiring easily. But she is alwayi  glad to fee them and to catch up  on all the local happenings.  There is still no word as to when  Queenie Burrows will get  moved back to the Sunshine  Coast where she belongs.  Drinking and driving message driven home  by Roxanne Gregory  Silence shrouded the darkened gym at Pender Harbour  senior secondary Tuesday as  advanced paramedic Norbert  Georget took students through  the realities of drinking and  driving.  Tracing the life of the victim  of a 17-year-old drunk driver,  Norbert introduced silent students to 'Diane.' She was a  lovely, 23-year-old woman  actively involved in her community as a hospital worker and as  an aerobics instructor.  Through slides, Pender students and teachers met the  members of her family, and her  co-workers. Georget, a soft spoken man, warned the audience  that they may not like what  they're going to see in the next  slide.  He took the students from the  carefree photos taken by her  family to his photos which are  the photographs taken at the  side of the road after Diane's car  was struck broadside by a  young, drunk driver who was  racing a light.  His car was totalled, but he  was unscathed. The driver and a  friend walked away from the  crash. But her car was an unrecognizable mangled mass of  twisted steel, and shattered  glass.  Diane, sprawled 30 feet away  from her car, was broken and  still. She looked like a discarded  doll, arms akimbo, her back  oddly flexed in the wrong way.  Diane never had a chance.  In Canada, according to  statistics, one person is killed  every two hours by a drinking  driver. In the U.S. a drinking  driver death occurs every 21  minutes.  Ten years ago Georget  founded the Ambulance Student  Awareness program. Since then,  he has brought his high impact  message to more than half a million students in 950 schools.  With 12 yean experience as  a paramedic, Georget says, "I  guess I'm just a guy who  doesn't want to see it happen  again. We're not winners or  losers, we're choosers. Give a  friend your keys, if you've been  drinking, don't let this happen to  you."  The Pender Harbour senior  secondary Counter Attack team  have brought Georget and his  message to the Coast. A collective shudder ran through the  crowd as he unzipped a vinyl  body bag.  "You don't want to end up in  one of these," he says.  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES  Your complete septic system seivice  Portable Toilet Rentals  Environmental Cleanup  Water Haulins  Hish Pressure Wash  Commercial ��� Residential ��� Industrial  Serving the entire Sunshine Coast  >  coming up he had to leave his  fellow computer programmers  slaving in the heat and head  back home.  Brian's dad Bert Parrott paid  us a visit just in time to watch  Ihe May Day parade in Pender  Harbour.  After a weekend of boating  and prawning, he joined his wife  Helen in the city and now  they're back home in St. John  Newfoundland, leaving the  Newfie blessing "May your big  jib drawl"  Call any time  886 7064  Cell 885-8101  7i/e��iAd���^ctl  ffmm//f /  I Large Selection  \ofSofa beds  starting price  $699 and up  Zx*%amX*tit4  (England Corsair  Sofa/Love  reduced by $600  ONLY $1499  StA%��HfiU5  Sttlttf/taff 3  pklar-Peppler  Sofa & love  '$1299:;  La-Z-Boy  large selection  of recliners  Sofa with recliner  .31499  STYLUS  Love only  now $499  ... and there  are so many  more!  5605 Sunshine Coast Hwy., Sechelt ��� 885-5756  Come and enjoy  the parade...  In Touch with Tomorrow  TOSHIBA  1  ���MB  ______________%  mm 10  Coast News, May 30, 1994  TOWN OF GIBSONS  Property Tax Notice  1994 Property Tax Notices have been mailed to the  registered owners of the property within the Town of  Gibsons. If you have not received your notice please  contact the Town office at 886-2274 between 8:00 a.m. and  4:30 p.m.  To avoid a 10% penalty, payment of taxes must be received  in our office by 4:30 p.m. on Monday, July 4, 1994.  Postmarks are not acceptable as proof of payment. For  your convenience postdated cheques are acceptable.  I. Poole, CA  COLLECTOR  GOOD STUFF ^  HEALTH FOODS  "If it's Health food <Wt <Pro6a6(y Have it".  A FULL SELECTION OF...  Vitamins 4 Herbs + Cereal Grains  Fresh Nuts ��� spices + unsulphured dried fruit  - 'Best Homemade soups  & sandwiches on  tHe Coast.  - Specialty foods for  allergies.  Serving the Coast for 16 years.  ><)(. (oumi si  TOWN OF GIBSONS  NOTICE OF  PUBLIC  HEARINQ  Pursuant to Sections 956 and 957 of the Municipal Act, a Public  Hearing will be heW at th* Municipal Hall, 474 South Fletcher  Read, Gibsons, B.C. at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 14th, 1994 to  consider Zoning Amendment Bylaw No 55544. At the Hearing all  persons who deem their interest in property to be affected by the  proposed bylaw will be afforded an opportunity to be heard on  matters contained in the bylaw.  ZOHINQ AMENDMENT BYLAW NO. MM4  The purpose of Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 555-64 is to rezone  Lot 4, D.L. 1328, Plan 20977, except portions in Plans 22060,  22288 and 22289 from the Single Family Residential (R-1) zone to  the Multi-Family Residential One (RM-1) zone as shown on the  following map.  tKattm ���  ""JB��>'   The intent of the rezoning is to:  (a) Amend zoning of the subject property to permit  construction of 9 townhouse units, and  (b) To amend the definition section of zoning bylaw No. 555  to provide for single storey townhomes, and for  townhomes that are in groups of two to eight attached  units.  The above is a synopsis of the bylaw and is not deemed to be an  Interpretation thereof. Copies of the above bylaw are available for  inspection at the Town of Gibsons Municipal Office, 474 South  Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C. Monday through Friday, excepting  statutory holidays, 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. from May SOth, 1994 to  June 14th, 1994.  Susan Stratis  MUNICIPAL PLANNER  Town of Gibsons  P.O. Box 340  Gibsons, B.C.  VON 1V0  community  Pender  Harbour  Secondary  School students  entertain  parents at the  Artists In  Schools year  end gallery of  young artists'  work at West  Sechelt  Elementary  Thursday.  Joel Johnstone  photo  rolierts creek  by Katharine Trueman, 885-2282  This pasl weekend the communily of  Roberts Creek and friends from around the  Sunshine Coast celebrated the hall's 60th  birthday party. And what a birthday party it  turned out to be.  The celebrations began with an elaborate  high tea and the hall was filled to overflowing. The outdoor look in decor orchestrated  by George, Bert and Michelle was something  to behold with ivy and broom highlighting the  hall. Adding lo the special atmosphere were  flowers and white table cloths on Ihe tables.  Scott Avery had painted large trees which  were placed on the side of the stage. The finishing touch was his sign that read "60 inspiring years."  Special guests attending were Doug Roy, a  resident of 38 years, who told many awe  inspiring stories of days gone by in Roberts  Creek. Wiljo Wiren and Violet Wyngarten  docksMedavlsbay  just happened to be in attendance 60 years  ago when the hall opened. So, they delighted  those in attendance with stories that special  day. Jack Inglis got up and sang a song while  Faye Birkin told some more stories.  The evening dance featuring music courtesy of Blue Shadows was also a sellout. The  food was excellent, Caitlin Hicks' stories  added a special touch, Ihe mood very homey,  warm and romantic - all in all an excellent  community event. Organizer Jeanette Moen  wishes to thank everyone involved for a great  job.  RCCA  The Roberts Creek Communily Association held its monthly meeting last week and  although the attendance was sparse, the  enthusiasm was not. Big news of the meeting  - the tanks are moving. When? The date to  celebrate will be July 31 and yes there will be  a big celebration planned. If you are interest  ed in helping, please call Jeanette Moen 885-  9425.  School news  There is now a school picture available of  the total school population which numbers  approximately 400. It is an 8 by 10 and costs  $12. Please phone Judy at 885-9229 if you  want to order a copy.  The final Parents Group meeting will be  held June 14 at 7:30 pm at the school. Should  you wish to find out or add to the agenda, call  Diana Gaudaur at 885-3159.  The annual Sports Day will be held June  21 at Cliff Gilker Park. The festivities should  get under way by 9:20 a.m.  Scouting camps  Cubs and Beavers from all over the Coast  will get together for their annual camps at  Camp Byng on June 3, 4, and 5. The Cubs  will explore an exciting program about space  while the Beavers will delve into the magic of  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  The Victoria Day weekend  treated us to sunny weather and  winning hockey - what more  could we have asked for? Having lived in a male-oriented  home (one husband and three  sons), it soon became evident  that I couldn't lick 'em, I had to  join 'em, so I became as avid a  hockey fan as they.  After the Canucks big win  this past week, number two son  shared with us a pact he made  10 years ago with number three  son - when the Canucks win the  Stanley Cup he will shave off  seclielt scenario  his moustache - he could have a  hairless top lip after 18 years.  The long weekend saw the  first of long lineups at the ferry  slips, coming and going. Scores  of dockside fishermen wet their  lines, but to date have not heard  of any fish being caught off Ihe  dock. The beach in Davis Bay  hosted dozens of sunbalhers and  ocean waders and cars were  parked bumper-to-bumper along  the beachfront.  I'm happy to report there are  now three garbage cans on the  beach - a good start. Mayor  Basse promised he would look  into this issue immediately and I  can only assume he did - many  thanks Mayor Basse from all of  us.  Do you remember? Jack  Hedema shared some memories  the other day - upon arriving in  Vancouver in 1926 from the  Dutch East Indies, Jack settled  in the Union and Renfrew area  and remembers wooden sidewalks and planked roads.  Cigarettes were 10 cents for a  pack of 10. He, along with many  others, thinks the Interurban  Trams were (and probably still  are) the fastest and most effi  cient means of rapid transit in  the Lower Mainland.  Shirley remembers the buying power of a penny. Big, black  jawbreakers, chocolate covered  cinnamon teddy bears, those little dollops of hard candy stuck  to yards of brown paper (you ate  a pound of paper with every  strip) licorice whips, bubble  gum that gave you a sore jaw  after an hour. And what you  could buy for a nickel: All-day  suckers, Macintosh toffee bars,  Pep Chews, double scoop ice  cream cones, popsicles and  creamsicles.  by Margaret Watt, (85-3364  First let me apologize to any  of you who have tried to phone  me at home with items for this  column. We are in the middle of  preparing Gamma Phi Beta  Camp for the annual onslaught  of little people in search of a  great camping holiday.  From now until the middle of  June a great long list of things  that have to be done is  perused,tackled, and finally  crossed off the list. On July 1 the  camp is ready and waiting eagerly to greet its first visitors. Any  way, I can be reached between  the hours of 5 pm and 7 pm and  again after 9 pm During the day,  the number is 885-0335.1 would  love to hear from you.  Festival news  It's not too early to be giving  serious thought to the 12th annual Festival of the Written Arts.  Something new for this year's  festival: instead of starting on its  usual Thursday night, the opening night has been moved to  Wednesday.  That's four and a half days of  festival in store for us. The festi  val guide is out now -1 picked  up my copy at Sole Feetures in  Trail Bay Mall. A quick glance  through it tells me there is something going on to please just  about everyone.  Raven's Cry Theatre  Starting June 24 Ihe Raven's  Cry Theatre will run a series of  films starting at 8 pm. The series  of pop culture films has been  organized by the theatre and  depending on ticket sales will  consider Saturday night showings as well. The films include  Philadelphia with Tom Hanks,  Road Kill and Like Water For  Chocolate, to name a few.  Sechelt Celebration Day  Mark June 4 on your calendars in big letters. Thai's when  the District of Sechelt will host  Celebration Day.  The theme this year is Barefoot in the Park.  The event will feature or  should I say feeture - a variety of  contests, craft booths, games and  live entertainment. Butler in the  Hey will be playing at 3 pm with  the stage organized by Rockwood Centre.  Make your ad work even harder  Make your job  easier with a MrftiWCWf^^  Network classified ads are  seen by 3,000,000 readers and appear  over in 100 community newspapers  throughout B.C. & the Yukon.  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Resolving their differences were environment advocate Peter Light and BC Forest Alliance  spokesman Patrick Moore. The live taped event will be broadcast at a date to be announced. Joel Johnstone photo  Musgrave and Lane unite at Rockwood  by Nancy Moots  Imagine breaking into a taxi  and finding two poets frozen  together.  Poets Patrick Lane and Susan  Musgrave were very much warm  and alive at the Rockwood Centre May 25. Peppering their  poems with spicy Leonard Cohen  gossip and discussions of sex  after 55, they kept the audience  on the edg.e between laughter  and sighs of appreciation.  Susan Musgrave has earned a  stellar literary reputation for her  dark, moody poems and witty  essays. And she gained notoreity  through her talent for scandals,  Rockwood  workshop  illuminates  "People have been wracking  their brains for years, and today,  within a few hours, ideas jelled."  John Vance, president of the  Rockwood Society was ecstatic.  Neither he, nor the bewildered  directors and staff of the society,  could believe how strikingly similar were the design ideas from  each of seven different groups  who addressed specific elements  of the Rockwood expansion, ll  was clear people preferred several free-standing, small-scale  structures, with windows opening on courtyards, and a system  of landscaped, meandering gravel pathways.  "Now we know we can start  somewhere without having to  raise the whole money at once.  We have a 30-year lease on the  site..."  Sixty people, ranging from  age 15 to somewhere in their 80s  had been asked to participate in a  design workshop led by Vancouver architect Stanley King.  Going Awny  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  letrre your am at home wttfiia.  M/AnkmlCiK  MdlCk��ta|��dFonnnlta|  fetor rtattodYadlUlMauiicc  ���Hnh4lliiii��rlii<>Mll" Iwliiilrii  CAI1SHARON 885-2228  fttbrnHMtt-Waidi  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  BianchseCoastToCcast  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:  566-2622 or 665-3930  or call (604)669-9222.  such as posing nude in Saturday  Night or marrying a convict in  maximum security lockup.  While she's outgrown the  enfant terrible image, her poems  have retained all their edge. After  stunning her audience into  silence with images of rape,  blood licking, and cannibalized  bunnies from her new book,  Forcing the Narcissus, she  remarked wistfully, "I wish I  could write the kind of poems  that would make my mother  happy."  No less forceful, Patrick  Lane's poems are more stark and  cerebral. Seemingly innocuous  images of a dust swept prairie, a  woman waiting and watching the  cabin door, and breath hangng in  still clouds from the horses'  breath combine to produce an  effect of overwhelming loneliness.  The two poets are old friends  and literary co-conspirators, as  Musgrave's tale of a 55th birthday surprise she sprang on Lane  made clear. She rounded up 55  notable poets who dedicated  poems to Lane, a number which  hints at his enormous influence in  Canadian literature. The resulting  anthology, Because You Loved  Being A Stranger, was published  Artist Hazel Coxall of Hunter Gallery takes advantage of the  good weather to demonstrate her technique in Lower Gibsons.  _ Joel Johnstone photo  DRIFTWOOD PLAYERS PRESENT  F O  HODUCI0 IY IMCIAl AMANOIMINT WITH IAMUIIMINCH, INC.  NORTH AMIMCAN VCMION IV K.O. DAVIS  WHEN: FRIDAY * SATURDAY; MAY 87 A 88  WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY,  FRIDAY A SATURDAY; JUNE 1-4  DOORS 7:30 PM ��� PERFORMANCE 8:00 PM  ERE:  ROBERTS CREEK HALL  TICKETS AVAILABLE  GIBSONS: COAST BOOKS ��� SAYWARD BOOKS  SECHELT: SHADOW BAUX GALLERY  WILSON CREEK: WILSON CREEK GALLERY S  ROBERTS CREEK: ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 3  BY DE DUTCH PANNEKOEK HOUSE  and launched on Lane's birthday  and he never suspected a thing.  That kind of tribute usually  wails until a writer is dead, Lane  noted, and asked wryly if his  friends know something he  doesn't.  About 60 people came to hear  Lane and Musgrave's reading,  their enjoyment evident from  their closed eyes and spellbound  attention. In poetry circles, a  crowd that big is equivalent to  selling out at BC Place. And all  this on a Wednesday night.  No doubt Lane's Sunshine  Coast roots accounted for some  of the turnout (he read several  poems dating from his years at  Middlepoint), but the reading  also pointed out just how diverse  Canadian literature is these days.  Lane and Musgrave are as close  to household names as Canadian  poets get, and they certainly rank  as two of the top poets in the  country.  They are both B.C. writers. As  Lane pointed out, 10 or 20 years  ago this couldn't have happened.  Canadian literature barely existed  outside of central Ontario, and  places like Sechelt and Saltspring  Island never appeared in poems.  Now, thanks to poets like these  and events like the Festival of the  Written Arts, it's a lot harder to  dismiss writers because their  work is considered "regional."  "Isn't it nice to have a literature that's about us?" Lane asked  as he introduced a poem about  butterflies, infidelity, and a boot  full of blood in a small northern  town.  Indeed it is. And about time,  too.  \gM NATIONAL  I NRS CIBSONS REALTY LTD. ��� AN INDEPENDENT MEMBER ____J  Home or  Property  Evaluation  You've tried the  rest., now go  with the best  Call Kenan MacKenzie  885-7810  res  office  Fri*4ay& Saturday, June 3 &4  ft CLIFF LOWELL ^  * & THE COYOTE BROS.  Friday Night BBQ Steak Supper $8.00 68pm  OHM SUNDAYS 11 ��� t / UHjCjjl MOM. ��� WI. II ��� 2  Next General Meeting  Crib  ItAvdtrpJpm  Wdjgi  Meat Draw  ftwySSkraoye ps  GIBSONS  Hwy. 101 ��� 886-2411  Fri*mmwy&a��mmtmrdayjune3 &4  $  13  COWBOYS  Sunday 2 - 6 pm for D-Day  ���Seniors $7.50  OMN IIHMTS11 ��� f / OTCIEIMWS ms. ��� MT. 11 ��� ���  General Meeting  _________  Darts  MJXfm  Crib  feffM  Meat Draw  veWjjet. 4 pi*  Ml  CLIP   'N'   SAVE  i v      _  SECHELT CELEBRATION DAY 1994  HACKETT PARK  SATURDAY JUNE 4  featuring  Foot Painting  Live Music  Craft Booths  Fun & Games  (for big & little kids)  Fastball Tournament  Put Your Beet foot Forwent 4 Come Join In the Silliness!  Square Dancing  "Sole" Food  Crazy Feet Contest  Footttomping Community Dance  sponsored by tha  Men's Fastball League  Indian Band Hall June 4 - 9pm (No Minors) $5.00  Music by Flying Colors  To Get Your Foot In the Door & lor more Into. Call Ann (Footsy) Byres at 886-8778 or 885-2301  Ttankt to our sponsors: Gibsons Building Supply (SKlwIt), B. A. Blacktop, Sunshln. Insurance. Sechalt j  Golt Course S Countiy Club and Rockwood C��nlra  WATCH YOUR COAST NEWS WEEKENDER THIS  THURSDAY FOR OUR SCHEDULE OF EVENTS. 12  Coast News, May 30, 1994  Now accepting  VISA  VARIETY [  Cowei Pt. Kit., Gibsons  GIBSONS  CHRISTIAN BOOKS  Deli &  Health  minimum $10 purchase  FOODS  886-2936  sports  2A-747 NORTH RD.,  GIBSONS  Store Hours:  Mon.-Sat. ll-S  Fri. 11-7 Ph: 886-4748  MARCH FOR JESUS  Saturday June 25,2pm  starting from  Calvary Baptist Church  Join together with Christians  across Canada lo exali-  IESUS AS LORD  Further info at store or  call 8867736 or 886-8473  All Major Brands  3 great reasons to call us 1st  885-3963  #3-5580 Wharf Road, Sechelt       Secheh Plaza (at the lights)  Golf Pro David Harding demonstrates the kind of form which  could win someone a 1994 Neon from Skookum Chrysler In the  Sunshine Coast Home Support Society Holc-In-One golf  tournament coming August 6. Skookum's Bill Perlstrom, left,  Annual Pender  regatta ready to set  sail in Malaspina  The fifth annual Malaspina  Regatta is alive and well and  takes place at Pender Harbour,  Saturday, July 2.  The regatta features a sailboat race in Malaspina Strait at  the mouth of Pender Harbour  and a barbeque at the Garden  Bay Marine Park after the race.  The race will start at 11 a.m.  at Pearson Island and there will  be two courses, one short course  for boats under 30 feet and a  longer course for all other boats.  All boats will start at Nares  Rock by Pearson Island and go  to a buoy at Hospital Reef in the  middle of Malaspina Strait. The.  long course then goes to Ray '  Lee Island (just south of Cape  Cockburn) and back to Pearson  Island.  The short course goes from  Hospital Reef to Acland Rock  (just off Quarry Bay) and then  to Pearson Island.  This is a family type regatta  and the idea is to enjoy and  have fun. The barbeque will  start at S pm and will be a  potluck affair with games and a  sing-a-long.  Anyone interested in taking  part in the festivities should  contact Dave White at 883-  2103, Zoro Szabados at 883-  2708 or Tom Barker at 883-  '2689.  *)m f4uikottkeb    *#YAMAHA 2>oMip  uthOHteo    ����Mn  {_____________{____  .\\OtOMY41-  Come   join    in    the   fun    at    our  FRIDAY   &   SATURDAY    9AM   -  6PM  JUNE   3&4  A truckload of  YAMAHA bikes  has just arrived!  ��� on-road *  * off road ���  ir 4 wheelers *  1945  FIELD  ROAD  WILSON  CREEK  REGULAR SHOP HOURS 9AM-5PM TUES SAT  Bring the kids for free  donuts and  refreshments!  885-3137  brought the car up to the Sechelt Golf and Country Club lor a  preview by SCHSS members, led to right of Bill, Dina Nicholby,  Liz Dutton, Jeanette Gordon and Edwin Leung. The society is  looking for more hole prize sponsors. Joel Johnstone photo  sechelt minor ball  April 18 - May  22  PEEWEE  Coach  OP  W  L  T  TP  1.  Century 2t  Steve Koss  to  9  1  0  te  2. McCourt Contracting  Tony O'Brien  to  2  8  0  4  3. S.C. Building Suppty  Jerry Mercer  to  5  5  0  to  4.  Pacffea Pharmacy  QaiyBeazley  11  4  7  0  8  5. Swanson's Readi-Mix  Keith Comeau  9  6  3  0  12  6. Legion #140  Trish Thompson  to  t  9  0  2  BANTAM  1. Weldwood  Ruth Davie  8  4  4  0  8  2. O.Lewis Contracting  Gail Lewis  8  8  2  0  12  3. Clayton's Heritage Market  Pal Dumaresq  8  4  4  0  8  4. Qibsons Building Supply  Linda Haime/  Sharon Rumba  8  8  2  0  12  5. Prontos  Trish Thompson  8  0  8  0  0  SQUIRTS  t.  Sunshine GM  Reg Davis  9  5  4  0  to  2.  Hartley's Autobody  Joe Terry  9  0  9  0  0  3. Sechelt Ironcralt  Rory Walker  9  8  3  0  12  4. Construction Aggregates  DougArcus  9  3  6  0  6  5. I.QA  Steve Neil  9  3  6  0  6  6. Tideline Marine  AlWIMeton  9  6  3  0  12  7.  BA.Blacktop  Garnet Dickinson  9  7  1  t ..  14  8. South Coast Ford  Patsy Whyte  9  8  0  .1...  ...Ift  9. Wakefield Restoration  James Johnson  8  0  8  0  0  MITES  t. Sussex Realty  BobBrusven  9  6  3  0  12  2  Sechelt Plumbing  Doug House  9  I  8  0  2  3  Brooks 1 Miller  Bob Waters  9  7  2  0  14  4  Airspan Helicopter  Eva Tripp  8  4  4  0  8  S  Anderson Realty  Keith Comeau  9  0  9  0  0  6  Clark Hamilton Ent.  M*e Yarrow  9  3  6  0  8  7  Sunshine Press  Chris Sjogren  9  5  4  0  to  8  D.Kennedy Trucking  Bob Merrick  7  3  4  0  6  9  Coast Cablevision  KeKyFriesen  8  7  1  0  14  DISTRICT OF SECHELT  EMPLOYMENT  OPPORTUNITY  To be assigned to the Public Works Department and Building  Inspection Division, for the purpose ot general secretarial duties  and taking and transcribing of Minutes of Committee and other  meetings.  POSITION TITLE: General Secretary  REPORTS TO: Executive Secretary  POSITION SUMMARY: Responsible for providing secretarial  and public reception/liaison duties support to the Public  Works Department and Building Inspection Division.  PUT1EB A RESPONSIBILITIES:  1.  2.  3.  4.  Provides typing, clerical, filing and reception support.  Prepares agendas and takes and transcribes Minutes.  Prepares Draft correspondence and reports.  Receives, screens, forwards and answers telephone and  counter enquiries pertaining to areas of responsibility and  assists the public in completing application forms.  5. Prepares and makes arrangements for public  advertisements of official Municipal notices for the areas of  responsibility.  6. Maintains the Department filing systems.  7. Any other duties related to the above.  QUALIFICATIONS AMP TRAININQ;  1. Minimum typing speed of 60 w.p.m.  2. Knowledge and experience In word processing  (WordPerfects.!)  3. Computer data entry.  4. Shorthand, or other recognized Minute-taking skills.  5. Previous Municipal government experience is desirable.  EALBAIL  $15.46 per hour.  PROBATIONARY PERIOD:  Three months probationary period.  This is a position within the B.C. Government Employees' Union  bargaining unit. This position is open to both male and female  applicants.  Applications should be submitted by 4:00 pm on Monday, June  6th, 1994 to:  Mr. Michael Vaughan, Municipal Clerk  Dlatrlct of Sechelt  P.O. Box 129,  Sechelt, B.C. VON 1V0  ���i *��� ��� ��� '"   i '_____________1_____________________m  ���MM Coast News, May 30, 1994  13  sports  For the love of hockey... good  sportsmanship should extend to the fans  On a beautiful May afternoon  when you can practically hear  the buds popping, ice should be  the furthest thing from anyone's  mind. But this year's raging  Stanley Cup fever is as  inescapable as the spring sniffles currently making the  rounds on the Coast.  The unmistakable sounds of  a hockey game in progress drift  through every open window.  "There's a player down and  we're seeing some blood on the  ice. No call yet for a stretcher...  It looks like some lacerations to  the facial area.  Now he's back on his feet  and getting a big hand from the  sellout crowd here al the Pacific  Colosseum.  They'll probably stitch him  up in the locker room and we'll  see him back on the ice for the  third period."  It's enough to make a non-  hockey fan switch lo the comparatively relaxing news from  Rwanda.  I'm told these play-offs have  been unusually clean so far,  nothing compared to the bench  clearing brawls of the '70s. Not  even the fans were safe in the  days when Philadelphia's Broad  Street Bullies speared, slashed  and high-sticked their way to the  Stanley Cup.  I was happily oblivious to  hockey during that golden era of  goons, and I'm following Canada's favorite sport for the first  time this year. Though I can't  yet call myself a fan, there's a  certain appeal lo the combina-  sunshine coast golf  on thin ice  Hon of fast action, hometown  pride and charmingly corny  nicknames like Captain Kirk  and The Russian Rocket. But  during almost every game I've  been stunned by the dirty antics  of the fans and players.  What does it  say about Canada  when our national heroes behave  like an out-of-  control kindergarten class,  exchanging  shoves and taunts  or throwing temper tantrums  when the calls go  against them? 1  wouldn't be surprised to see  them sticking out  their tongues at  each other.  When Toronto  comes screaming  down the ice,  evades the Vancouver defense  with a few fast moves, and  scores a brilliant goal, how do  Ihe fans respond? With poor-  sport boos. Even the goal  announcer plays  favorites,  nancy moote  mumbling the names of the  Toronto players bul booming a  drawn-out and triumphant  "Paaavel Buuure!" when the  home team scores.  After all this, those obligatory handshakes at the end of the  game look a tad  hypocritical.  Worse than  the childish  sulking and  skate-stomping  is the calculated  brutality.  I've heard  the cheap shots  excused as the  natural reaction  of overexcited  players during a  tense game,  especially when  so much money  is at stake. Call  it roughing for  dollars.  Still, my  hockey fan  friends assure  me that no one really wants to  see the other team's players get  hurt - "unless it's Doug  Gilmour."  Now I can see the strategic  value of crippling your opponent's top scoring player, but it  hardly sets a fine example of  sportsmanship. In the less  macho world of figure skating,  plotting to break a rival's knees  can land a skater in criminal  court. In hockey, il's just part of  the game.  Thugs on skates are praised  as tough guys who "know when  lo drop the gloves." Those who  concentrate more on skating and  stick handling get stuck with the  label of a "soft" player.  This kind of strutting hyper-  masculinity took an ugly homophobic twist with the slurs  directed against Leafs star Wen-  del Clark. It's nothing short of  hateful to hear a room full of  grown men chanting a derisive  schoolyard taunt, "Wendy Clark  can't score because his bum is  sore."  Gay or not, Clark is surely a  better hockey player than any of  those barstool experts. Since  when does supporting the home  team require this kind of pointless, nasty mud slinging?  "Fan," of course, is short for  fanatic. In Montreal, being a  hockey fan can mean smashing  windows downtown to celebrate  your team's big win. It's not a  very big step before we match  the deadly hooliganism of  British rugby fans.  Not an appealing prospect,  even for the most fanatical  Canucks freak.  Despite all the hype and  money and ego, hockey is still a  game. Just a game, folks.  ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING  OF THE  SECHEIT IHTERUIEDIATE CARE SOCIETY  SHORHCUFFE  TUESDAY, JUNE 28th, 1994  7:00 PM  LOCATION: SHORNCLIFFE BOARDROOM  5847 Medusa Street  Sechelt, B.C.  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Aa a remit the ARDA com-  miltee headed by Norman Wat-  ion of Sechell Is scheduled to  disband and Uke up the rational dUtrict Idea. Tlw meeting.  Md In tbc elementary school  activity hall with about M ar  more persona preient from ill  region*, heard ChrU Woodward, of the provincial department of municipal affaire ea-  pound on regional dUtrict poo-  UbillllM available lor lha dlatrlct.  Function* of the elected regional dlatrlct board would Involve:  (d) Rtghflal Pluming, applicable lo all t- coit thared  by all, including braad-tcale  land u*e planning.  (b) Ambulance *ervlce. applicable tn munlclpalltla* and  electoral ana*, coal tha.ed by  Ihoae unit* desiring 11.  le) Fir* prelection, or recreation cenlre or any (fiber public  uie facility or service, coil to  be ihared by those areu"*bo  desire Ihe lervlr*  The primary role among the  three role* of the regional dt��  �����<����� ti i�� carry ml en* work  lation*    a*    are Decenary or  beneficial to ritliena at large  within the whole region or br  two or more member area*.  Example* are: Water to member area*, tewagt dltposal.  garbage disposal, regional  planning, hospital capital flnanc-  Art winners  Here are the women of the  sidewalk painting bea which  grated the front* of virlou*  eilaWiihment* on Oower Point  road thl* lait three week*:  Scenic: Dick Harsh, moonlight or lunrttt tceno; tecond  V. Chamberlin, Indian Head  Most artglnal: B. V. Wilson.  11a Pasta: t. D. BttkmHI. hoi  rod; Hon thougbl pnwokina.  1. Carol Olbtona End of World.  I, Mn. Small abstract: Junior  class: 1, Hark Dober and  Stephen Lee. iconic- I, Solnlk  and Walton; I, Lee Thomit and  W. Nalwn Original. 1. Bobby  Barker, red figure; 1. Solnlk  and Wation; 1, Wlnegarden and  Neltcn.  Merchants selected three lop  winner* lor caih prlie* and  they were Dick Harsh. IH;  Mn Small. Ill ind Mark Deter and Slrphen Lee 111 Other  ���inner* received a yean membership in the Art* Council In  ������ M*  Ing and ambulance service*.  Cost* an ihared among participating members on some  acceptable formula.  The tecond role 1* ai a contractor (or works or arnicas  for Individual member municipalities who have the authority  to enter into such contracts.  Thi* applies 16 incorporated  municipalities and improvement districts only. Examples  are building Inipectlon. engineering services, planning services, construct or maintain  water work*, tewer and work*,  and the central purchasing ol  eqjipmrnl and tupplle*. Full  ccstt borne by :::.- contacting  member.  ' Tlw third r:h I* at a muni  clpal council in a limit .i tent I  for small area* in unoruani.v I  te ritory where there are luo  fe-v people to warrant local in  corporation  M rould irtall waler or lewcr  se-vlce or provide other lock!  tr -vice* tuch it fire protection  arJ charge Tor them by general taxation, frontage lax or  utcr charges Such work* can  only be Inilltuled by a benefiting area vole or in some In-  ttuntet by petition  Selection of dlrecton will be  on a population basis with n  voting unit representing l.M*  or  let*   The municipalities of  Students  up in air  Thirtyin grade T  from Sechelt with Mr. M. Mc-  Ta.irtt and Httt Ball, their student teacher, hai a rewarding  excursion to Vancouver Igat  Thurslay. Starting at lha airport Ihey were taken ����� a flight  In a CPA lurbo-prop Viscount,  ���round Howe Sound, iloog the  North Shore meunlains to Mission and back ta Sea Islaad la  a Mg sweep aver tha Fraaer  Valla*.  On their return they wan  shown over tht CPA hangars  and watched the everyday routine work of checking aad preparing airlmen for flighl Mr.  Mc lavish and h.s students were  ���wlhwIHIr aboui the recaption given them hr CPA.  Also of interest wu the visit  to the Sea Island raeterological  vatton wMch will result la a  personal inter (it In weather  reporti They lauacbad a by-  drographic balloon aad itudled  modern rtietrc* equipment  The iflemoon ktiMbl dele  and sodal tindte* wtfh a vUU  lo Oji Vancouver police slaUaa  where they til at a court set-  ���ioA and impeded the bulldlag  including the taU cell*  Grade 1 itudiati raUed the  money for Ilui trip, MM but  lire ��d IIM tar the flight, by  ihe uie of hoi dogs ind a rm-  mige sale, to as nM to ticroach  an their tchool budget far ex-  ���*><m_ ��nd ilio allow another  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  C OAST v NEWS 14  Coast News, May 30, 1994  Announcing...  Dr. Scott Russell - Podiatrist  is available 2 Thursdays a month  for the treatment of all foot disorders.  Phone Gibsons Medical Clinic DD��; ���*���*���**  for appointment 8HO-ZZZ1  ligtrittof&etbeli  P0.8aiaSS45M��A>��.��,S��m.aCVW��0 Teuton (804) MUM FacjaMIBHMI  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:  Subject 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.  Subject 2: Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 25-78,1994  Lot 2, District Lot 4305 NWD, Ran 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 the existing house from the  remainder and purchase the remaining ��1.9 ha.  ^ ft* '  PLAN  TOWER      ROAD  19642  20036  A  =LAN  12964  TYLER  ROAD  ">  \  Subject 3: Zoning Amendment Bylaw No. 25-81,1994  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:  Place:  7:00 p.m.  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  community  Celebrity auction draws big names  British royal family representative Deputy British Consul  General Ronald Boardman and  his wife will be in Gibsons on  Saturday, June 11 for the gala  opening of St. Bartholomew's  Anglican Church celebrity auction.  Her Royal Highness Queen  Elizabeth, the Queen Mother, is  one of many celebrities contributing to the auction in aid of  St. Bartholomew's historic  restoration and childcare initiatives.  Her gift to the auction is an  impressive coffee table book of  Prince Charles' watercolours.  Not only is the Anglican Church  of Canada offspring of the  Church of England, but many of  this proud grandmother's own  charities revolve around children. The temptation to speculate about the Queen Mother's  stand on the issue of the ordina  tion of women in England will  be resisted. However, it may be  significant that St.  Bartholomew's rector is the  Reverend Esther North.  This Anglican Church auction has not just one but two  queens as benefactors. Her  Majesty Queen Noor of Jordan,  American Episcopalian (Anglican) by birth has contributed  what is unquestionably the most  exquisite item in the auction catalogue: a treasure box handcrafted of sterling silver, embellished with 24 k gold.  The handcrafted velvet case  for the silver box is a treasure in  itself.  Frank Sinatra, Robert Bale-  man, Wayne Gretzky, Pierre  Bcrton, Archbishop of Canterbury Dr. George Carey are all  lending their support to this  event. A great many Coast  celebrities,  merchants  and  parishioners are also supporting  the event.  Auction items include fine  original paintings, books, riding  or kayaking lessons, fashions  and vacation packages. If you'd  rather put your money on something purely practical, how  about secretarial services, a flea  treatment for your home, auto or  home security alarms. The catalogues list items from about $25  to 'the sky's the limit'.  Proceeds go towards the two  community orientated projects  within the new building complex al St. Bartholomew's  Anglican Church: a professionally run childcare centre and the  restoration of the original  church. At 102 years of age, St.  Bartholomew's Anglican  Church is Gibsons oldest extant  building.  It has been stripped of its  familiar chancel add-on and  stands now where it always has,  in its original pristine simplicity.  Restoration of the interior  according to early photographs  and archival materials will  ready it to serve as a chapel  open to the community.  The auction opens at 11 a.m.  with a silent auction that runs  until 4 pm in the afternoon.  Registration and a catalogue are  part of the $1 admission to this  unlimited attendance come and  go portion of the auction. The  celebrities will be on hand at  6:30 p.m. for the reception and  viewing that leads up to the  Live Auction at 8 p.m.  Evening admission is $5 per  person and attendance i.s limited.  Registration and catalogues  will be at Ihe door. Major credit  cards will be accepted. St.  Bartholomew's is located at  Highway 101 and North Road.  Real estate company offers marketing service  Steve Sawyer, president,  owner and manager of NRS Gibsons Realty Ltd. is pleased to  announce that consumers can  now access the company's listings on the Global Electronic  Marketing Service via the Internet worldwide computer network.  The Internet is the foundation  for the information superhighway of tomorrow. It is estimated  that there are currently more than  20 million people in over 145  countries who have access to the  Internet and the thousands of  information services it contains.  For the past few yeats, the Inter-  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products HO.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  net has been growing at 10 to IS  per cent per month.  Last fall National unveiled its  House by Mouse computer software program, which allows anyone, anywhere and at any time to  use his or her own computer lo  access National's international  database, containing tens of  thousands of listings and retrieve  current residential listing information with colour pictures.  GEMS brings the same information available on House by  Mouse to the Internet communications network.  Consumers and real estate  agents on the Internet network  can access GEMS free of charge.  "This is the information age and  the age of the customer. To  remain competitive, it is crucial  that the services offered by real  estate companies change with the  times." Sawyer said.  Sawyer says, "Twenty-three  years ago National was the first  real estate company to design a  consumer-oriented listing catalog  (accessible to potential buyers  throughout North America ind  beyond) and 12 yean ago it was  the first real estate company to  go on-line with a computer system that instantly connects all  offices.  "With the recent launch of  House by Mouse and now our  new exposure on the Internet,  National is definitely on the leading edge of home listing technology-  "Putting our listings on a service that can be accessed by millions shows our commitment to  give our sellers maximum exposure for their listings and to make  it as easy as possible for buyers  to shop for a home," says Kelly  Dresser, vice-president of  National's Information Services  division.  Syracuse, New York-based  Computing Support Team, Inc. a  software development and consulting firm, introduced GEMS  to the public in February 1994.  GEMS is designed to provide  public access via the Internet  computer network to various  types of marketing information.  "We are pleased to be teaming up with National in providing  this value added service," says  CSTeam's president and CEO  George Boyce. "The power of  the Internet to provide free public  access to National's collection of  real estate information is tremendous."  During a recent market study,  there was an average of over  3,000 connections to GEMS per  day. "We expect that to grow to  30,000 connections per day by  mid-summer," Boyce adds.  Notice Board  Ongoing eveals nut tie epdsted monthly  We restive Ibe right to edit submissions foe brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events  of genuine community interest  Items will be listed Ihree weeks prior to Ihe event  ni****  $  the Sunshine  Coast News  MONDAY, MAY M  Qibsons See Cevolcedo Committee  mealing, 7:30 pm, Marine Room (below  Gibsons Library). Into: Peggy Small, 886-  49M.  The Sunehlne Coaat Resources  Council regular monthly meeting at the  Regional Dlatrlct Board Room, Sechell,  7:30 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend  these meetings to discuss matters related  to the community and its resources. For  information contact Barry Janyk at (as-  4711.  Canadian Federation ot University  Woman meeting 11:30 a.m.. St. John's.  Davis Bey. The speaker will be Dr. John  S Qledwell, President ot Hydro Tech  International, who will speak on ths  subject ol water resource planning, some  ot the Issues Involved in the Sunshine  Coasl water supply, and lha role, of  women, particularly in developing  counties, In water management A light  lunch will be served Prospective  members are welcomed For Information  call 8853315  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 1  Annuel General Meeting of Action:  Alcohol end Drug Counselling Society.  7 00 p.m. at the Society offices. 5688  Dolphin St. Sechelt For information cell  8855880  Retired teechers Br. MS Potluck Picnic  BBO at noon, 1221 North Rd., Qibsons.  Bring utensils, chairs ph 885 9023 into  SecheH Qerden Club meeting, 7:30 pm.  St Hildas Church Topic Alpine Flowers  by Ellen Wilson visitors welcome  THURSDAY, JUNE 2  RNABC Annual Dinner Meeting , 6:00  p m . Qibsons Yachl Club For mors  Inlormation call Bev Miller 885-3648.  SATURDAY, JUNE 4  Pender Harbour Swep Meet, 10 am-4  pm, PH. Community Hall Items lor sale  Include: Wetkins products, fresh baking,  sports cards, used toys, ceramics,  carvings, jewelry, clothing, chimes, cults,  books, plants, bulk spices, raffle tickets.  Refreshments available from ths  Lionesses Table rentals, call Tammy  6*3-9199.  SecheH Celebration Day 1M4: Barefoot  In tha Park. Hackett Park. 11 am-4 pm.  Featuring live music, craft booths, fun A  games (for big A little kids), fastball  tournament. Toot painting, square  dancing, 'sole" food. Crazy Feel Contest.  Community Dance. 9 pm. Indian Band  Hall (15 - no minors) Music by Flying  Colors, Into: Ann Byres 886-6776 or 865  2301.  SUNDAY, JUNES  Senlore' Tea, 2 pm, SC Wildlife Rehab  Centre, second Trout Lake Rd north of  Sechelt.  MONDAY, JUNE 6  Single Psrsnts Picnic. 6:30-6 pm,  Hackett Park, Sechelt. It raining, Indoors  at S.C Community Services building,  6636 Inlet Ave., Sechelt. Main course  provided - plesss bring slthsr juice,  vegetables, buns or dessert Come out to  mast other single psrsnts, share a meal  and play some family games. Info: 885-  6861.  THURSDAY, JUNE t  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary, Sechelt  branch monthly meeting, 1:30 pm, Sl.  Hilda's Church Hall. This will be the lest  meeting until September.  FRIDAY A SATURDAY, JUNE 10 A11  Canadian Cancer Society "Living Hope"  garage sale, to am-4 pm. Masonic Han,  Roberls Creek.  SATURDAY, JUNE ft  St Bamwiomew'e Celebrity Auction at  ths church, Hwy. 101 A North Rd. Silent  Auction 11 am-4 pm (61 admission)  followed by viewing snd reception at 630  pm and the Live Auction at 8 p m to be  opsnsd by the Deputy British Consul  General (66 admission). Catalogue  s ol arts, antiques, services and  E Includes gifts Irom the Oueen  r. Oueen Noor ol Jordsn, Robert  Batsman, Lois Smith, Ken Bell, many  local msrchanla I businesses,  parishioners A friends of the parish.  Proceeds to suppon the (37 Childcare  Centre snd restoration ol Qibsons' oldest  extant building - the 102-year-old original  church to sorvs as an open-door  community chepei within the new bunding  complex at Hwy. 101 A North Rd  Registration end catalogues et the door.  Info: 6*6-7410  SUNDAY, JUNE 12  Buffet Dinner, Show, Danes. 6:30 pm,  S C Golf Club, Roberts Creek Featuring  The Hot Potatoes A Friends Info: 865-  0643.  MONDAY, JUNE 13  Olbeone Lending Merehente  Association meeting 7 30 p m Harbour  Cefe. All non-member merchants  welcome  SATURDAY A SUNDAY, JULY it at*  Sunshins Coast Iqueetrlan Club'e  Summer Horse Show; Saturday. Cattle  Penning A Gymkhana, Sunday- Jumping  Concession on she. Everyone welcome  MISCELLANEOUS  New Directions Health Reform  Community Meetings June 7 Qibsons  Yacht Club 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.; June 14lh  Sechelt Senior Citizens Hell 7;00 - 9,00  p.m.; June 15th Pender Harbour  Community Hall 7:30 - 9:30 p.m. New  Directions Information Health Line 866-  3700 26  Pender Herbour Aquetlc A Fltneas  Centre (663-2612): CANADA FITWEEK  MAY 27-JUNE 6: 2/1 fitness clesses  [bring s friend), RLSSC Fitness Award  Challenge Juns 1, 3:30-5 pm, Hot Tub  Bubble Bath Juns 6,6:30-6 pm, Swim to  Tsxads Island (count your lengths all  week to win s Fltweek T-shirt  INTRODUCTORY MASSAGE COURSE  JUNE 4 6 5 with Brands Wilkinson RMT  A Isacher at ths West Cosst Massage  College:�� am-5 pm. 696 or 6160/couple  Learn how to do a full body massagel  Over a 2 day wsskend course,  participants wi learn to give a complete  irealment. Couples or singles are  welcome - ths instructor is used lo  making beginners feel at esss. Sheets  are used lor draping and notes win be  provided to bs abls to contlnus  practicing. Ths course ends on Sunday  with an hour and a half massage  exchange  Child Health Clinic (Oibaons Heallh  Unit) May 11.  Tuberculin Skin Teetlng A Traveller'  Clinic (Qibsons Heallh Unit) May 30  (Sechelt Heallh Unit) May 30  Langdale Elementary School Parenta  Oroup 1964 raffle ��� all proceeds to  Langdale School Library tat prize: 64  Harley Devidson 6830 Sportster 2nd  prize: '94 Husqvarna LRI2 Riding  Mower. 3rd prize: 94 Norco Sesquotcn  Mountain Bike. Tickets 620 eech. 3  drews. Only 1,111 tickets printed.  Available at Trail Bay Sports, Tidal wave  Diving, Sechell: Powerhouse  Motorcycles, Wilson Creek; BemedeWs  Gallery. Kelly's Chalnssw, Sunnycrest  lottery kiosk, Olbeons. Draw Juns 18, 7  pm, Langdale School. 22  Prenatal Claaess: Qibsons Health Unit  Early Class June 21. All above Prenatal  Claeses ere from 7 to 9 pm. Please  register early as classes M up quickly To  register: (Gibsons) 866-5600). (Sechelt)  865-5164  Elphlnetone Pioneer Museum, 716  Winn Rd., ecross from Post Ollice,  Gibsons Displays are constantly  changing. Wheelchair accessible. For  hours ol opening or to book a tour: 868-  6232.  Parent-Tot Drop-In for parents with children up lo 5 9:30-11:30 em at the tallowing locations: Gibsons United Church Han  (Mon , Tues.. Wed.. Fri); Sechell St  Hildas Church Hal (Tues); Wilson Creek  Community Hall (Thurs) Into:  Community Sorvtoee, 685 5681  Sexually Transmitted Dleeese Clinic:  Stride  ���8*5  (HIV. information, counselling  ing) Phone for sppointment In  868 5800. Sechelt 685 5184  'tment In Oibaons  A Pregnant? Call the Health Unit  6600.  Prenelel Hoepltel Tour: phone Sl.  Mary's Hospital switchboard to arrange  lor four. 666-2224. Prenatal only.  Parant A Baby Drop* gives parents an  opportunity lo meet other psrents and  discuss common concerns The group  gathers every Tuesday from 1:15 to 3:30  pm at 494 S Fletcher, Qibsons and In  Sschslt st 8571 inlet on Wednesdeys  fcoffl 1 -3:30 pm.  School Entry Booster Clinics. A boost*  er does of diphtheria, tetanus snd pertussis is Important tor children sntsring  school. Oibaons clinics - 666-8600;  Sachs* dnica. 666-6164.  MONDAYS  Sunshine Coeet Spinners A Weavera  OuNd meets 1st Monday of ssch month,  Sept ihrough June, St. John's United  Church, Davis Bay For more mfo: Lynn  Pakulak. 866-7355  Recovery, Inc. oilers a self-help method  to overcome the negstive feelings that  come from feer. anger, depression and  constant anxiety 79 pm. The Wellness  Centre, Olbeons Into: 666-6026        22  TUESDAYS  'Living With Cencer" Support Oroup  mssls every other Tuesday, Kirkland  Centre. Davis Bay, 1 pm Info 885 5881  or 8666369  WEDNESDAYS  Postpartum Depression Support  Oroup - Gibsons Health Unit 12:30pm  THURSDAYS  JC's Weight Loee Support Oroup  meels afternoons 10:30- 12:30pm, call  6*6-2*92, and evenings 630 8:00pm.  call 886-7159, at Ihe United Church,  Glassford Rd, Gibsons  Birth Control Clinic. Coast Garibaldi  Health Unit, 4*4 S. Fletcher, 7 9 pm  Con*dentlel service - everyone welcome  No appointment needed Info: 665-7770  Nevy League Cedete for boys and girts  10-13 years ol sge. Cadets develop self-  respect snd discipline while having fun  learning nautical skills 6:30 pm, Qibsons  Legion Hal, Sept-May Continuous reg-  Islrallon, uniforms provided Call Mike.  8*6-8236 22  Active TOPS Chapter In Qibsons > regular weekly meeting, 7-6:30 pm, Chaster  Info: Norms, 666-7756  FRIDAYS  ���elf-Exam cank First Friday ol  each month, 7:30-9 pm, Qibsons Heelth  Un*.  United Church Thrift Shop, 1 -3 pm.  church basement, lene off Trueman  :ij��:.*-*rtirV-V  . ^^  _  ���'   "    -*..!* _1. ���  HM Coast News, May 30, 1994  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE       Marine  -  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Cibsons, B.C. 886-8101  -     M"n"F" b"6 S,ll.8-6,Sun.10.J  "SECHELT RADIATORS-  ,^1^ Ititttitlele Cw% System Service Centre  *t't Repsli te RcpWe ftsili, MmierCom, Se Oaa tanki  AUTOS TRUCKS TKACIORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  I . . . ty"? ���___* __ Rebuill ,��� Itclc up It Delivery  All types of concrete wotk.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate linishing.  Quality Concrete Work       Cotooxed A Stamped  ."��"> Cencww, certs tdeWet*  WILDW00D CONTRACTING  Bobcat Seivice  Landscaping ��� Snow Removal  Bush Clearing ��� Grading  Driveways ��� Backfill   Randy 885-4146  For the finishing touch  Eric's Drywall  gw us a call  ���s   885-6052  4319 S.C. Hwy.  Across Irnui SunslilneOM  885-7986  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  MITCHELL SYSTEMS LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING  Residential  Commercial & Industrial  KELLY 885-9565 r  GARRY'S EXCAVATING  /tw OWNER: GARRY MUNDELL  ��ImP  4J0 John hnw/lk,  ttpacMds Monks  SOX IS, OISSOHS  ,h*" 886-7099  FORESTRY  ��� fFFKitNT  'RELIABLE  ntOFESSIONAL���     ��� FUEE ESTIMATES  CARPET A UPHOLSTERY CLEANING  PHONE 885-4258  coNtmacnoN  residential IT* commercial  8852887 " laurte lacova  liHMhKsWMi  .      THOMAS ELECTRICAL  ^gtfC CONTRACTING  "J. Thomas  FREE ESTIMATES  886-7571  REG. ELECTRICIAN  NO. 17933  FORESTRY  ��� Stand Assessment ��� Tree-Marking  Timber Valuation   ��� Logging  R. |Ray) GIZA R.P.F 885-4755  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS t BATHROOMS ���  $36-9411  Cellulmr 2804378  GRAEMAR CONSTRUCTION INC.  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VON 1V0  K*__af_uafrZ  f       ^iT~     886-0057^  ^        ^4/# F��:��592Me  **tl  Martne Kepalis       ��� Ice ��, Tjckte ___26_J  SEAWAY CONSTRUCTION  Complete Backhoe  Service  Call Bruce 885-0621  vxm  2 BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION^  FREE ESTIMATES!    I0KAT SBVKES AVAIAW  8854)942 CAREY,;,,, RICHARD J  , M*SCOR"  L    Halt Sytt��*  INDUSTRIES LTD.  Iaaa��  JT3  W.D. EXCAVATING  .... ���  tfsflST  HEATING  f^% Located In Secret Cove  Ml     tas-nu yj||  (rOuccaneer im  Marina & resort Ltd.  ir mmmhttOrtm  ;��� . a _ J ________���_*  w9FV>wm mjmw*mm ~  MAm 896-9764 ' ?"at 720-152  TSk  Reo Contracting  DRyWALL, VINYL & CEDAR SIDING  Free Estimates ��� ftobert (Bob) Osbom  R.R.i,S-9,C-17 Gibsons, B.C. VW1V0   Ph: 886-9531 j  SAVI OM BWLDINO COSTS  with PROFESSIONAL CONTRACTING  Building qualily residential homes since 1957  call Harry Swanson M.C. (or FREE consultation  885-6281 or 1-733-0725 (collect)  Fastrac backhoe *  TRUCKING SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ���EXCAVATIONS _������.   ...  ��� WATCH UNES CAT 41* 4X4  ���clearing      STEVE JONES   88*8289  DENNIS MULLIGAN  Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  24 Hr. 6 Emergency Service  V   Bus:886-8572 Home:885-7085 Fax:884-5392  li  V  I *C hiring ft MlMB HMMOVtl  CONCRETE SERVICES  Stucco & Masonry ��� Tar - Gravel Roofs  883-2343  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATl/HAL (.AS INSTALLATIONS  Cill MOW 114-7111  _        Sitowroom: ��73 Mgn* Rd. flUom  COTTRELLS MARINE SERVICE  TbflSnshlM  Gtaat't MNfMto  ______!  THE ALL NEW  mEvirmuDE  WRUDE  COTTRELfS  MAKINF   SI HUH  I   L  886-3005  r  flovi ,-,  i Ihe Sunshine Coast1  Iy��fc^��fe!(A&*^  885 7670    "  Coll. 8BO-7A55  1,    '   i   M om'i i 'l:il  Ri{k Dolong  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  13)ENCO  l^r CONCRETE f*__y_[  scnv/Nc; ti ii�� st /ns/ iinc coast  Red-MX Coticrete ��� Sand n Gravel  Clubs A Um-rs ��� S<i��ic Tanks  MMMII74      MJftRUJ     M5-7T  von ivo Secnelt  Gibsons  laid Charing       885-3449  ____Zn_     886-8053  frw ���wfnow ^"*^"~  s&mm  QUALITY RENOVATIONS CABINETS  INTERIOR FINISH  BobScoUs 885-9285  MECHANICAL SERVICES  SUNSHINE CLEAR     "\  Pumps le Water Treatment  * ScivIm m CennwAiar RhMmIM  Punt* and VMm* TMiBMnt N**ds  Call 883-9793 or 886-0614  r  Swanson's  7wiw��i���m*innil[i Mln Ltd.  .��� Mapatch ���|,��� Accom* ���,.���     FAX     ���,  [   _____   11    B85-S333   11   W-2226   I  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box 172, M17 Burnet. HA, Secheh, B.CV0N 3A0  kziAiuTH Exciting  ��� Land Clearing & Developmeni  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivision*  Waottaratullllneot  Saryleaa ttrtlh our  HITACHI EXCAVATOR  Out Customer Service Is  prompt with prolessional  work at competitive rate*  s Ken Birkin��885-7487��Cell. 871 -8411J  G.M.S.  Excavating  Qunnir Christiansen  dl l-eST-MM S9C7RR1  Olbeons, BC VON 1V0  THISTLEDOWN INTERIORS  Will Stencilling ��� Sctnlmn  Cuitom Dealgn ��� Interior Painting  ' Piper Hanging ��� Colour Consultant  Robert Jk Jeanne Lowe  P.O.BOX571.GIBSONS.BC. V0N1V0 884-0364  H_  ENTERPRISES  MOBILE WELDING ANO FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS   STEEL ��� STAINLESS ��� ALUMINUM   aCRVMO TM KMCIT, aMflM AM COMntUCIKMMMtTIKa  Muimmiwii  HOWARD LANO mmmaaeae,. .J^...  i  uilRtEpno aaicml 886-3231 MM43W  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  Wet Coast Vinyl  Waterproofing  QUALITY VINYL SUNDECKS  Erik NtNnn 8854707  10 YEARS'EXPERIENCE  RR. #1. Field She; C-42  Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0     .  PAINTING A WALtfAPUING  Jnterior/Exterior  Reasonable Rote RENEW  Free Estimates       Painting & Wallpapering  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  D & P CONCRETE  I'l ACING& FINISHING  Residential and Commercial  ACI Certified  Turenne      Paul Desautcls  885-5492.  Gary's  > Hsen ��� tumm ��� kms  .-SS03  ��� TOHDIMPmiCX  MUKFUMO-CTC  CUSTOM BUILT  SPIRAL STAIRS  DAMIR   8864988  Thank You >  lo our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  ,    The Coast News    j 16  Coast News, May 30, 1994  Take Advantage of our Netv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  FRIDAY AT NOON  ���_ Gibsons &  1^ Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Property  ROBERTS CREEK ACREAGE  CRYSTAL ROAD  Quiet rural setting, treed with hydro  access. Two newly created  parcels, 1.75 ha. Asking $185,000  each. No agents please. Phone  865-3459. 124c  Why rent? 2 bdrm view condo in  desirable upper Gibsons. Assum-  able 5 year mortgage at 6.75%  wilh bi-weekly payments $312. No  GST. Immed. occupancy. Asking  $69,900. Reply to Box 409. c/o  Coasl News, Box 460, Gibsons.  ���23c  Sechelt - outstanding 1/2 acre view  lol. The Shores, Sechell inlet. Gale  Ave. North. Will build to suit.  Panoramic ocearVmnt. view, beach  access, 5 min. to goll course and  Sechelt. 885-9681. I24w  New 1 bdrm cottage, 'move' lo  youi property. Plumbed, wired and  insulated. Fridge, slove and extras.  Just move in. 886-2751 Mike.l23c  Roberts Creek 1/2 acre lol, Kraus  Road oil Marlene. 8854280.I24*  Roberts Creek home wanted: 2 ��� 3  bdrm, rent or buy. 661-7427, 683-  5544. 123c  COSTARICA  2 lots left in Phase I, Esperanza  Ranch. Each lol 2.5 acres, serviced, private community, tropical  park wilh hiking/riding trails, swim-  ming. Close to shopping, beaches,  restaurants, golfing $26,500 each.  885-5157. ss  1.   Homes &  Property  Save Realtor Fees Save  Gibsons -1113 Sunnyside, large  landscaped lot wilh raised bed gardens, fruit trees, close lo school  and bus, quiet well maintained  area, 3 bdrm. rancher, 1246 sq. ft.  Heavy insulation, 2x6 const.. 1 1/2  balhs, large deck. $176,500. 866-  8367 or lv. mess, at 1-476-9753.  *24w  Roberts Creek 1/2 acre lot. Kraus  Rd, otl Marlene. 885-6280. 122c  Sechelt Inlet - For sale by owner.  $375,000 No GST. 3500 sq. ft. 2  storey new exec, home, 1/2 acre,  professionally landscaped, beach  access, panoramic ocean/mm  views, 4 bdrm. 3 full baths,  ensuite, Jacuzzi, oftice/den, skylites  and glass block. 3 gas F/P.  kitchen/family rm. w/sliding doors  to 2 decks. TV/games room. B/l  vac. sound and security systems.  885-9881. I24w  Young lamily seeking 2 bdrm  starter home between Port Mellon  and Roberts Creek. No agents.  886-2341. 122c  OPEN HOUSE  5531 Brooks Rd., Hlmn. Bay, Sat.  S Sun., 2-4 pm. Beautiful 2 bdrm.  $199,900,685-2649. ss  For sale by owner - panoramic  view lot in Bayview Heights, lower  Gibsons. $92,900. 936-9401 lv.  mess. ��24w  Madeira Park lot, Merrill Cresc,  cleared, .34 acre. $52,900. 665-  0899. ss  "Heua "pietcXHCittt Service* *lne.  THE MORTGAGE SPECIALISTS  MORTGAGERS (BORROWERS] NEED HELP?  MORTGAGEES (LENDERS WANT YOUR FUNDS PLACED TO  WORK THE BEST FOR YOU?  J.R (Jim) MUNRO  886-8831 PAGER  886-3753 FAX  GIVE ME A CALL FOH EVALUATION AND QUOTES'  SUNNYCHEST MALL, GIBSONS  ERROR RESPONSIBILITY  PLE.ASE CHECK YOUR AD ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEaARS  Advertueri art oiked to listen carahlv ot ol odi plocsd by  telephone   are   completely   read   boa   verifying   requested  classification, start date, number of insertions and a copy content.  We lake extreme care to avoid typographical errors, however, in  (he event of an error, w* are responsible only for #w first incorrect  insertion of on od. We do not assume any responsibility (or any  reason for an error in on od beyond ihe cost of the od itself  (���port any ��m>r IMMHMATOY by caKng 116-2632  ��M5-3^-Monday* Friday 9 cwn, to 3 p.my  otf*oU*  At any of our convenient  Friendly  ������ People Places ������  DEADLINE IS 3 00 PM THURSDAY  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 88.W5I  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Cenlre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  BSJ STORE 885 8555  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockside Pharmacy)    886-2622  Close in - Gibsons lol. Trickle-  brook Way. $79,500.1-922-3669.  ss  Gibsons Oceanmount Estates, 5  bdrm., 2 yr. old home, nalural gas,  3 baths, view, 2 sundecks, lully  landscaped. No Agents. $299,000.  #23w  Hallmoon Bay. Unique 2 level log  home, new carpels, oak kilchen,  large rock l/p, w/RSF slove, 2  decks, ocean view, on park-like 2/3  acre. Added bonus: 1 bdrm w/loti  cabin, presently rented al  $400/mo. $215,000.885*969. ss  RARE QUALITY ACREAGE  Greal ocean view, extensively  improved, well treed and within  walking distance lo Sargeanls Bay  Manne Park. This acreage is in a  growing large lot subdivision which  is located in a very peacetul rural  selling. Reduced lo $142,000.  Waler tested line. Call Dave 946-  7655 or Pager 1 -979-4042. I24w  BV OWNER  7B09LOHN ROAD, REDROOFFS  Bright 8 spacious 3 bdrm 1350 sq.  II. low maim, rancher + attached  dble gaiage. This home features a  sunny southern exposure, large  windows, 3 pee. ensuite, covered  deck, airtight wood stove, skylight,  tiled front entry. There is a 16x24  tt. outbuilding lor RV storage. The  lully landscaped 1/2 acre lol  includes raised beds, garden area  and Iruit trees. $229,500. For appt.  to view call 665-3205. No agents  please. #22c  By owner: House on corner lot.  Shaw & O'Shea, Gibsons. 3  bdrms., close to amenilies. By  appointment 495-5284.      I24w  For sale by owner: 3 bedroom  rancher on .36 acre, 8096 Alder-  wood Road, Halfmoon Bay.  $169,900 Don, days al 885-2201,  evenings 6854944. ttn  View, 3 bdrm. on large lot dose to  all amenities, 437 S. Fletcher,  $199,000,666-2455. ��7w  1.  Homos &  Properly  Roberts Creek Beach Ave., 3  bdrm. house on 1/2 acre lot.  $179,900 by app't only. Phone  943-7562 (Van.) or call Coldwell  Banker 266-1364 (Van.) Markus  Zenker. tin  ROBERTS CREEK  4 bdrm. home with hardwood and  slate floor throughout on private  .67 acre. Two car garage, workshop and potential revenue/in-iaw  suite. Zoned R2. $259,000. please  call 885-2253, no agents.      ss  W. Sechelt, lovely 2 bdrm. 2 lull  bath modular home wflamily room,  D/R, nook and 4 appl. on .61 acre  lot on SS. Cst. Hwy. w/partial view,  zoned R3. To view 685-3737 or  8854602. ss  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  19  /TTn  Autos  23  Barter & Trade  IS  Bed and Breakfast  Births  30  2  [GREAT  Business and Home  Services  35  VlDEAi  Business Opportunities 38  Campers  25  Child Care  37  Commercial for Rent  32  Entertainment  33  .______.  For Rent  31  ^������0  For Sale  21  mmWtl*  Found  11  Obituaries ***  3  Free  16  Personal  ���  Furniture  20  Pets & Livestock  12  Garage Sales  17  Recreation  ���  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  22  Storage  3t  34  Thank You  6  Home & Property  1  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Lost  10  Wanted  IS  Marine  26  Wanted to Rent  as  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Motorcycles  Music  26  13  Engagements  Work Wanted  ���  36  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOGUE  5��ee Cown. SI. Box 1218  SKhM. BC, VON 3A0  MMIIIFAXMMM*  Van. Toll Fr.. MtaOlt  Commercial lot across from medical bulking. $95,000.965-0412.  ss  Craftsman built custom view. All  new 2 bdrm. 2 bath, 2 decks. Cuslom cherry kitchen, beautiful  antique woodwork, wood windows  and unique detailing in and out.  Landscaped level .42 acre lot  w/lawns, stream, pond and privacy! Country seclusion 15 kms to  Sechelt. $199,900. No agents.  Dews 665-2649 or 883-2687. ss  4 bdrm family home w/t bedioom  suite, W. Sechelt. Good investment. $163,900 obo. 865-5764 ss  Lot 71, Merrill Crescent, Pender  Harbour. Ready to bukj, septic in,  financing. 6834597. ss  RARE QUALITY ACREAGE  Great Ocean View, extensively  improved, well treed and within  walking distance to Sgts. Bay  Manne Park. Tits acreage is in a  growing large lot subdivision with  two driveways to access upper and  lower sections ol property at  $155,000. Lot 23 ol Leaning Tree  Subd. win not last long! Call Dave  946-7655 or pgr. 1-979-4042. ss  OPEN HOUSE Sat 2-4  Gambier Island. For sale by owner.  BeautiM 6 acres. 2 bdim character  house and separate studio. 1 1/4  ace ol garden area 8 new  orchard, stream, 10 min. walk Irom  lerry. $275,000. Call 686-3214. ss  M3-H3S  In Lovely W.SachtH  Great 3 bdrm. 3 bath family home.  Oak kitchen w/eating area, sep.  dining rm. living rm. W/F/P and  den on main floor. All bdrms.  upstairs - Ige. master has ensuite  1 walkm closet. Nicely landscaped  fenced backyard w/deck 1 hot tub.  All appliances included and w/w  carpeting throughout. $210,000.  Sale by owner. No agents please.  739-4100 Vane. SS  Five wooded acres, Langdale  area. Creek 8 some view,  $135,000 lirm. No agents al all!  886-4714 ss  Edmonds: Bill and Kim are proud  to announce the birth of triplet sisters for Cia, Rhonda Helen, Blair  Marguerite and Shannon Ann,  were bom on May 7,1994 at BC  Womens Hospital. Three bundles  ol lhanx lo Dr. Overhill and Dr.  Pendleton and new grandparents  Bill and Georgette Thomas for all  then support. ��22c  \w  Webb, Justin and Karen (nee Rise-  brough) are thrilled lo announce  the early arrival of a healthy, beautiful baby girl, Hilary Kathryn, bom  May 12,1994 weighing 5 pounds,  10 ounces at Women's College  Hospital In Toronto. Hilary is welcomed by grandparents Nell and  Mary, Linda and Bed, Janet and  John, Terry and Kate: by aunts  and uncles Scilla and Brian,  Annabel and Michael, Kevin, Colin  and Maria; by her favourite cousin  Riley. Hilary looks forward to meeting all her family and her future  boyfriend Cameron Michael Fytes.  3. Obituaries  LYSKE: Olive M. resident of  Shorndifle passed away peacefully on May 24,1994 al St. Mary's  Hospital. Remembered by daughter Mina Werseen and son George  Lyske. in lieu of flowers, remembrance donations to St. Mary's  Hospital Auxiliary. Many thanks to  the staff at Shorncliffe, St. Maiy's  Hospital and to Reverend Catherine Hall. *22c  Super thanks to all those who  attended our wedding May 21,  1994 and our Open House the following day. Good Iriends are the  notes that create a special melody  ��� and Ihose days were filled with  beeutitii music.  Carol and Gaidar. ��22c  Thankyou to everyone who came  to visit and sent flowers and books  and helped with Jennifer. Dr.  Bryson, Dr. Labrun and hospital  stall. Jackie. (22c  Thankyou to Suzzette , Janet,  Hanna, Lean for the clean home  and great dinner. Jackie.    ��22c  The GIBSONS YACHT CLUB  would like to thank the lollowing  individuals and businesses for their  time, effort and contributions that  went into making the 1st annual  GYC Regatta the huge success  that it was: Glasslord Press, Sunshine Coast News, Pat  LaGrandeur, Dennis O'Brien,  Campbell MacKenzie, Gary Gray,  Bud Scott, Gary White, Blaine  Hagedom, John Kavanaugh, Dave  Smethurst, Sieve Sawyer, Bill  Howe. George Kliche, Eva Kliche.  Dan Legg, Bruce Gorman, Joyce  Smethurst, Norene Scott, David  Ball, Derek Butler, SuperValu,  Centra Gas, Western Pacific Brew-  ery, Rob Jardine, Remax Realty.  Gibsons Quay. Video Etc.. Show-  piece Gallery, Landing General  Slore, Wishlul Thinking, Truffles.  Checkers Town Foods. Workwear  World. J. Clements, Rekord  Manne. Coast Books, Marys Variety, Matthews t More. Dockside  Pharmacy, Hurricane Manne, Rool  Master, Laurella Hay, Suncoast  Plumbing, Chamber of Commerce  and Landng doming.       t22c  Cameo Singles Club. Crib, luncheons, potluck dinners, dancing,  hikes, camping. Call for info 886-  0954 or 865-5364. ttn  Pretty, tall, rubenesque girl, 24,  blue eyes, seeks one naughty guy  19 to 45! Reply to Box V. c/o Coast  News, Box 68, Sechell, BC VON  3A0. I23w  BURSARY  Gibsons Business and Professional Women's Club is ottering a bursary to a mature woman furthering  her education. Applicants should  provide details of course of study,  brief personal summary and reason seeking bursary. Must be submitted by June 15,1994 to: P.O.  Box 1012, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  ��22w  6.  Personal  Enjoy RV Travelling? Active lady,  53. early retired wishes to meet  kind pnlleman to share summers  in BC and the North, winters down  South. Travel in your RV or mine.  N/S. N/D and love ol life" person  prelerred. All replies answered.  Send replies 10 Box T, c/o Coast  News, Box 68, Sechell, BC VON  3A0. ��22w  7. Announcements  Announcement  12. Pets &  Livestock  The Sunshine Coast Music Society  will be holding auditions lor their  December 2-11 production of  'Amahl ( The Nighl Visitor' on  June 12 between 1:30 8 5:30 pm  al the Wilson Creek Community  Hall. The short, one act Christmas  Opera by Menotti has openings lor  4 men (I lenor, 1 baritone 1 2  basses), 2 boys (ol soprano range)  to play Amahl who are bright, personable and committed. A chorus  will also be recruited lor this production. I23w  Summer Splash Fashion Show  and Cralt Fair, June 26,11-3pm,  Roberts Creek hall. Dee, 885-  4882. I24w  PHOTOCOPIES  The Writers' Forge copy machine  is now at Sunshine Coast TV on  Cowrie St.. Sechelt. I24w  Are you tired, no energy, and  would like to lose excess weight  and inches? We can help. GUARANTEED RESULTS! 100% nalural. 666-3067. #23c  LAUNDROMAT OPEN  8 am -10 pm, 7 days a week, Wilson Creek Campground. Public  welcome. (23c  please mum  children's wear  Now available in Sechelt! For a  free catalogue, to book a show, or  place an order please call Kim.  6850918 125c  ��2  Oprni Houn  Sunshine Coast  Community Services  4:30-6:30 June 16  5638 Inlet Avenue  Come see your new  centre for family,  children's &  volunteer services.  Light refreshments  will be served  Annual  General Meeting  6:30 pm June 16  1 Election of Board of Directors  (phone nominations to  885-3881 before June 2)  ' By-law revision (copies  available al Communily  Services)  ��� Auditor's Repon  1 Annual Report  Gorgeous pups. Choose early.  RottwAab. dad, RetJHusk. mom.  $75000.883-2071. ��23c  Responsible person will sit your  pet, your house or mine. $100A*k.  886-7738 lv. mess. *22w  GOLDFISH  all types  SUPPLIES  tanks, pumps etc.  TROPICAL FISH  886-9690  ���22c  Belgian Draft Horse, 17 H.H. gelding, 16 yrs., includes harness,  $1350.865-7430. SS  Shihtzu pups, due May 15, to go  end of June, $300 and up. BBS-  0470.  ���22w  "Funny Farm" Group of Seven  Craft Show, June 5, lUpm, 785  Henry Rd., Gibsons. Weaving,  jewelry, driftwood paintings, photo  cards, custom clothing, woolly  items, decorative pots, baking. Info  685-9377 eves. I22w  Clearance Sale - African pygmy  goats, male and females. Great  brush clearers and gentle, loving  pets. 683-2990. ��23w  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Sine* IIW  Dog 1 Cat Boarding  "Science Diet- pel loods  Dog Obedience Classes  ELLEN BESSO  Relaxation for the  mind 8c the body  T,.  -Trager��  *jm     '- Acupressure  '��=��    - Reiki 1  ��� Therapeutic  Touch  Release tension &  emotional blocks  in a safe, nurturing  environment  Sp��cUMns ki womerit IwiMi  886-4874  COMPLIMENTARY  FACIAL/MAKEOVER  ��� A complimentary makeover  that creates the effect you  want - nalural, career or  dramatic.  ���A glamour look that  peirtectly complements  your colouring and  wardrobe preference.  ��� Makeup application  techniques that will  enhance your features.  ��� Mary Kay also has a skin  program designed for your  skin type.  5LMAB.y_KA.y_  MCI io lAti it *im .nw i -  Yvonne Valancius  886-4643  Cjrwr OyyrtuBity a___  Sell your crafts in Gibsons, Gower  PL Rd., aH summer on weekends,  beginning on the long weekend in  May. $15/day. Call Sally 8860068.  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rotolilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. tfns  Reflexologist - Acupressure ���  Stress and tension release. Phone  Arteigh tor appt. 888-9234. ��24w  Wanted Dead or Alive - avid out-  doorsman lor company while hiking, lishing, biking, skiing. Late  30s, early 40s. Call 866-8178.  #24w  POTTERY SALE  HmdCftnN StOfWMTtby  Elaine Futtermm  and  MlhsAUegrttti  Creek Clayworks Studio Open  House, SaL 8 Sun., June 1)112,  10am-6pm, 1738 Lockyer Rd.,  Roberts Creek. 686-2395. ��23w  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 885-7484, 886-9059.  Al-Ateen 686-2565 or 885-7484.  nc  Sunshins Coast  Transition House.  A safe place for women and children In crisis. Free confidential 24  hour service. 885-2944        tfn  Piano tuning  _m     ���iqwHt  JUnDakkM  886-2843  1987 Clavinova CLP-50 Yamaha  electronic piano, lull keyboard  w/stool and light, $1600.686-3214.  ��23w  Traditionally trained Luthier.  Repairs, modifications, custom  building ol acoustic stringed instruments. 686-4786. ��24w  Antique upright piano. Clinton.  Ivory keys, metal sounding boaid,  beautiful sound. $1000.685-9306.  Available Nov. 16 to Dec. 13, apt.  w/ocean view at quiet beach  resort, Kauai, $550 US per fortnight. 866-9017. 122c  Sechelt Victoria Commonwealth  Games Air Charter groups, singlet. Inquiries 8854501.    I24w  Sumy Happy 65th Birthday Dad!  You okj goat, you finally made It to  retirement! Love your rotten kids  Shane, Vanessa and Simone.22s  Reward: lor return ol black t purple Iguana men's mountain bike,  has water bottle holder, black  tender missing. Taken Irom School  Rd. residence. 8864717 or Gibsons RCMP 886-2245. tfn  Fibreglass dinghy 'Lil' Adnenne.  Reward 886-2491. I22w  INVESTOR/  PARTNERS  UMTIH) GROUND  FLOOR OPPORTUNTTY  EXCITING  NEW PRODUCTS  MIN. INVESTMENT  $10,000  total ooNnDonuLm  CALL 8854237 or  eves. 883-2026  Oial-t-Bottlt Delivery Service  Small errands our specially. We  pick up and deliver to your door.  Mil, cigarettes, ice, drydeaning,  prescriptions. Adult refreshments.  Beer and Wine Store hours. 686-  0951. f22w  Sat., May 4 Cedar Grim School, 1  pr. boys leather hockey gloves.  686-7524 aft 5pm. I22w  Black tool box, Sechelt area, May  27, describe to claim. 885-3709.  I22w  A man's lunch box on Lower Rd.  can be claimed ai RC Store.l22w  Tabby 4 white F cat. 5588 Mason  Rd. on May 17, al SPCA shelter  886.2273. I22w  Red 8 green down vest jacket  w/mack truck crest. Sechelt Dental  Centre 885-3244. I22w  Set ol keys on Eagle Drive. Pick  up at Sechelt ollice ol Coast  News. I22w  Inverter 2000 watts: propane  Iridge, lg.; wheel barrows; backhoe; propane tanks, 100 lbs.; pink  Insulation; rolled roofing; nails 8  screws; rolled cage wire; 4' ABS  solid pipe; dishwasher. 886-2699,  mess. ��24c  Storage space lor a lew household  items and boxes. Preferrably in  Gibsons. 686-7075. tint  The SPCA shelter needs a set ol  kitchen cabinets upper and lower  with countertop, 6 ft. long. 686-  2273. I24w  Woodworking band saw. 885-  6065. ��2c  Classical records; quality hardcover books in dust jackets. Allan  Crane 885-0991. ��23w  Power washer. Call 8864558. Ifn  A good tent trailer in good cond.  685-5032. I22w  WANTED: Books 1 mtgailnet  tor til* elderly. Preferably large  print, novels 1 picture books. Con.  lact Elizabeth Simpson wk. 886-  2622 hm. 886-7355. tins  BUYING COINS  Bank Notes  Gold (Silver  Video Etc.  8864312  is sponsoring its 3rd  BINGO NIGHT  Sat, June 11  Sechelt Indian  Band Hall  Doors open at 4:30  f 1000 Jackpot ��� Prim galore!  Woman's Drop*: All women welcome. Mondays, 34pm; Tuesdays  1-6pm. Rockwood basement.  Women's Resource Society 885-  4088. ttn  Very tame hand raited 7 wk. old  cockatiels, various prices. 760-  0015 cell. Roberts Creek.    124c  Caution Pel Owners - in the vicinity ol 5588 Mason Rd. Your pel  may be in danger if it strays onto  this property. This message courtesy of your local SPCA. 886-  2273.  I24w  Highland X - one cow, 3 bull  calves, open to otters. 885-9972.  123c  Free kittens ready to go. 885-  2845. I24w  EXOTIC  Alrican Pygmy Hedgehogs. Pets S  Profit. |6004<S00.6854737.  I23w  Rocking chair, smal brown upholstered. 885-5552. 122c  Absolutely beautilul 2 t/2 yr. old  male German Shepherd needs loving home. 886-3051.        I22w  Alder sawdust lor the garden, alder  slabs etc. for the woodstove. 886-  9783 aft 7pm. I24w  House moving tale - twin bad,  Irame, mattress, box spring 8 side  tables; lamps; washer 8 dryer;  hideabed: living room coflee tables  8 end tables; solid oak hutch 8  buffet, etc. June 4, 6379 Norvan  Rd.. Sechell. 8854431 alter 6 pm.  ��22w  June 18,9 am at the apple tree,  2055 SC Hwy. 5 man lent, typewriter, colour TV, slereo, Yamaha  keyboard, microwave, downrigger,  Wagner spray machine, Super  Nintendo 8 games, fabrics, clothing, some vintage size, women's  shoes, kids costumes etc. 886-  4786. ��24w  Yard sale June 485, Sel. 1 Sun.,  i0-3pm, household plus new  wicker baskets, 8104 Redroolls  Rd. ��22w  930 Gower Pt. Rd. June 4, 10-  2pm. Appliances, furniture,  rototiller. #22w  Holpoinl stove, washer, dryer and  portable dishwasher, $100 each,  harvest gold. 6864580 alter 5 pm.  124c  NORSEMAN-BJORN  APPLIANCES  Sales - Service ol reconditioned  major appliances.  ' large selection' warranty'  Bjom 885-7697  I24w  Moving Salt: Everything mutt  go. 885-5647. ��24w  VIOLIN-VIOLA' CELLO  Lessons. All ages and levels.  Redrooffs 685-1066. #22c  Metx Appliance  ^ffl  Repair to all makes ol  major appliances. Sales  ot good used appliances  with warrantees.  Call Harvey at 8864959  Located next to  Patra Pizza on Hwy 101  Gibsons  Kenmore dryer, H/D, Fabric Master, auto, cycle, $150 firm. 885-  3421. I22w  Coppertone fridge and stove,  hood, exc. cond., $600 firm lor all.  883-9977. I24w  Admiral F/F Iridge 1 Adm. SIC  stove, harvest gold, exc. cond.,  $525 pr. 865-9100. I23w  24' Viking electric stove, good  cond, $100.885-9536. ss  Beaumark H/D dryer, $55. 885-  9606. I22w  Dining room table, oak venter,  62'x42\ plus leal, excellent condition. $100,866-7623        123c  Moving sale - antique Austrian  piano; living room furniture; lining  mom and kitchen table seta; bedroom lurniture; sewing machine;  mite, all exc. cond, reasonable  prices. 685-4862. I23w  Kitchen table, 4 chain, $100;  mahogany 9 dr. dresser, chest,  night table, $350; brown tola chair,  $75.886462$. ��23w  Brand new hide-a-bed, must go,  grey/blue, $450.886-5959. t23w  2-pc. sectional chesterfield  w/matching loveseat. in good  shape. $400 obo. 8864234.123w  Sob 8 chair, tic. cond, lantoge,  $450 obo; recliner chair, grey, nc.  cond., $300 obo. 883-9176.122w  King size waterbed w/6 drawers,  $250 obo; York 2600 mega gym,  $550000.6854888.        I22w  1930s couch md chair, newly covered in chintz, $1500. Trinkets I  Treasures, Molly's Lane.    t22c  Brown Palkser couch t love seat,  wood trim, excellent condition,  $550 obo. 885-7500.        t22w  Queen walerbed w/6 drawers,  $150; cretm colored kitchen table  14 chain, $200; 72-��36' wicker  bookcase, $75.885-5307 t22w  Utility trailer, endoeed. $800.888-  3559. ��4c  1 pr. French patio doort, txc.  cond, $175; dbl. stainless tteel  sink w/laps. exc. cond, $60; white  toilet, great cond, $30 686-7075.  tfns  New dove grey 3/4 height  Wshower c/w fittings. $600 obo.  666-9768 att 6pm. I24w  TOPSOIL  Fill, sand, gravels. Reasonable  rates. 885-5070, Doug.     I24w  White stork cralt cnb. $7C, safety  gate, $25: mobile, $15.8854747.  ^_^ I24c  Pocktl doort in Inmtt, other  doore, windows, etc. 886-2840.  ^ t24w  Household Hems al bargain prices.  Change table; queen size box  spring and Irame: blue sofa and  more. 886-2849. t24c  StyleJSpeed  1990 Raven 19 It. very low houn,  4.3 L engine, CaiAins trailer, mat  tell, asking $12,500.883-2818.   Wm  Queen size waterbed, in good condition, $500 obo; 2 swag lamps:  healed hostess trey. 886-2172.   123c  Shopsmith hobby mw w/ttttch-  merits. 8854191. I23w  _______________ Coast News, May 30, 1994  17  21. For Sale  Packard Bell XT computer, 30 Stork craft crib 8 maltress, while,  meg. HD, monochrome monitor, exc. cond, $100; wel suit, larmer  enhanced keyboard, mouse, great Johns men's medium, $60. 885-  lor processing or school, $500. 9100. ��23w  8854619. ss     ���    , Model 1700 Clark Iloor maintainor,  Double kayak F/G exc. cond, scrubber and extractor, $1200  spray skirts paddles, $2200; 1984 obo. 8654604. ��22c  24. Trucks  Honda Civic h/back, silver, good  cond, new snows on rims, $1760.  885-2995. ��3w  Anlique Car  '65 Buick V6 engine, running condition, $300 obo. 8864842. ��23w  Prawns  $3.75 lb^li^  883-2136  Leave Message  Ladies 7-pce. Spalding goll sel,  bag & cart, $115; men's 7-pce.  golf set w/bag, $90, all in top  shape. 885-7651. ��22w  PERENNIALS-PERENNIALS  Pampas Grass, Cala Lillies, Winter  Heather, Daphne, Spirias, Polyanthus, Dahlias, etc. Some scarce,  good selection! 5789 Teredo St,  885-9483 every day.        ��22w  '70s  '86 Nissan Senlra 5 sp, red,  AM/FM cass. deck, new Iront tires,  exc. cond, $5500.686-4837.  ss  1989  '89 Camaro RS T-roofs, 2.8 auto,  62K, mint cond, $9500 obo NO  GST. 683-9334 eves.        ��22w  \iCOHO AUTO PAINT  An Inexpensive  Alternative..  Enamel ag  Finishes from $400  10 sp. Apollo bike, like new, $125;  Kuahara children's bike, 6-8,  $75,886-9420. ��23w  Firewood, $100/cord. Split 8 delivered. Michel 885-5658.     ��23w  Cassio CT710 electronic keyboard, 2 yrs. old, incl. case, stand,  seat, $500.866-7653.      I23w  100 gal. luel tank lor pick up, nice  shape, $100. Phone eves, ask lor  Cart. 883-9483. 123c  Ski rack carrier for car top. 686-  9346 eves. ��23c  Specialty cakes: weddings,  anniversaries, special occasions.  Rentals available. MaryLou, 685-  9250. ��23c  COMPUTER  Digital Rainbow 100 with MS-DOS  and CP/M operating systems,  Select Word Processor, Microsoft  Multiplan Spreadsheet, with letter  quality printer. Ideal for home  office, $250. Computer desk, $50.  8864110. ��23c  Hone manure, $25; unscreened  top soil, p/u load, $12 (we load):  tandem bad, $75.885-5629.I23C  Secret Cove, 2 bdrm condo, 6  appliances, view. Asking  $149,900,694-9310.        ��22w  Moffat washer 8 matching dryer,  exc. cond, $350.885-4268. #22c  4 P185 70/R14 all season tires,  like new, $200.8664614.      ss  Lavender rose, Royal Albert china,  1/4 ol new price. 8854310. 122c  Bicycles, $15 to $65; misc. VW  van parti; torque wrench. 885-  3192. 122c  D-8 Cat; Ford btckhoe (76);  12x20 portable building; Sth  wheel; 2 axel trailer; acet. wekfng  tet; 220 amp Lincoln welder;  Honda 11 hp ridng mower; porta-  potti; newer Fisher wood stove.  685-7147. 1%  LOGS TO LUMBER  fORTABtE BAND SAW  Mill SERVICE WW  COME IO YOUR PROPERTY  TOCUTYOURIOGS.  Brian 885-0270  Good qualily dble. boxsp. 8 malt,  solid birch head and F/B, $300.  8664904. ��22w  Garden Mix ��� Sand  Bark Mulch ��� Gravels  Have Dump-will travel  up to 4 yd. loads  call Dave 886-7348  Very clean 2 and 4 cu. ft. cardboard packing boxes, 2 cu. $1.25,  4 cu, $1.50. Volume discounl.  8854508. ��24w  70 Chev Belair, 350 auto, reliable, $550 obo. 6864117.     ss  Rebuill Aerostar motor w/92  wiring, w/new heads, $600; Used  Volkswagen van motor, 1600 com,  30,000 km.(motor), $250. 883-  2512. ��22w  Must Sell! 72 MG Midget runs ok,  convertible, lots of parts. Fun, economical! $2000 obo. 8854826.  ��24w  73 Super Beetle, $2500 obo.  883-9234. ss  73 Lincoln town car, 460, lull  electric, best offer. 665-2698. ss  73 Super Beetle, gas heater, new  seats, battery, $1600.885-4019.SS  74 Datsun, 1976 Ford camper  van, 1977 Maverick, no motor.  8864480. 124c  74 Firebird 400,4 sp, very clean  and fast, $2500. Call Jason 885-  3261 days 886-9050 eves. 423w  77 top ol the line Newport  Chrysler, 1 owner, 50,000 orig.  ml, exc. cond, offers? 885-5758.  ���23w  76 Volvo 244DL 4 dr, good running cond, $750. B85-7203.#24w  1979  79 Buick station wagon, p/w 8  locks, good tires, good running  car, $450 obo. 6864963.    ��24c  1991  '91 Mercury Cougar, auto, air,  power, while, exc. cond, 35,000  kms, $15,000 obo. 8864623. ss  '91 Sunbird SE, V6, 5 sp, 2 dr,  air. Bit 8 cass. $6900.886-2688.  BODYWORK EXTRA  For details call  Jack at  Western Rim  883-9526  1992  1992 Buick Regal Limited, low  mileage, loaded. 6664669. ��23c  '92 Aerostar, 7 pass. Exc, cond.  42,000 km. 886-7524 eves,    ss  1993  CLEAROUT! Used tires, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  885-7167 ss  Wire fencing; clay pots; grass  roller; pressure washer; picnic  table; bike; alum.door; cold Irame;  woodstove; dog divider; crib; desk;  light fixtures; lamps; doghouse;  sink; ties; double wide loam; canning jars; easel. 885-1942. ��24w w/'85 302 4 spd. Parts or complete. 885-7233. 122c  79 Porche 924,72,000 mi, premium condition, $5800 obo. 686-  0614. ss  '55 Chevy pick up, 283 4 spd,  $5500; 327 Corvette motor, rebuilt,  $1500.885-5467. SS  I3'x8'x7' Unico van body with  power tailgate, $3500 obo. 886-  3199. ��23w  Ut  1969 Aerostar, 3.01, V6, auto, XL  trim, air, am/fm stereo cassette,  luggage rack, speed control, Hit, 5  pass. Exc. cond. $8700. 886-  7951. ��23c  '69 Z-71 stepside 4x4, lully loaded,  musl sell. 886-7484. ss  '89 Bronco II XL silver, V6 5 sp,  cass, dean 8 comfortable, $9800.  885-2133. ss  1992  1992 Aerostar delivery, only  19,000 miles, 3 litre, 4 speed auto,  a/c, asking $12,500.885-3495.  ���23c  1993  '93 Explorer XLT, fully loaded, exc.  cond, 28,000 km, $24,980. No  GST. Consider '90 - '92 4x4  Ranger pad trade. 8864078.122c  25. Campers & RVs  1985 Terry Taurus 19.5 tt. travel  trailer. Fridge, forced air lurnace, 4  burners, oven, 4 pc. bath, sleeps  5, exceptionally clean, $6700 obo.  886-4217 or 886-2458.      #24w  8'9' 1975 Vanguard camper,  sleeps 5, $3000 obo. 686-7738.  #22w  18 ft. alum, boat 8 near new trailer, 50 hp Merc, runs good, stainless prop, elec. start, rigged tor  fishing. $3500.14 ft. alum, boal,  all done up with 18 hp Merc, stainless prop, $1600. 885-3417. ��24c  115 hp Merc Jet Leg, needs w.p,  has extras, $975.686-2640. #24c  1 roll f/g matting, $150; used 17'  f/g canoe, comes with paddles,  $300. 686-2708 mornings or lv.  ���24c  2 Mustang floater suits: 1 laige, 1  medium, $200 each. 686-7556.  ���22w  '69 Chev 3/4 ton, rebuilt, mech.  body? 2 sols 6 ply. 866-4728 for er8nc8!), 8664587.  Wrecking high pert. 79 Mustang **��� *__  Wanted: Class C motoihome, 17-  20 ft. Okanagan (or similar), 85 or  newer, low kilmetres (mint lor prel-  1230  '701  For all your  renovation needs call  BRUCE RANDALL  CONTRACTING  ���Residential  ��� Commercial  * Free Estimates  Call Bruce 88M949  79 Ford Fairmont, good running  condition, new transmission,  exhaust. 885-5102. ss  71 Toyola FJ40 land cruiser, 4  W/D, new Chev engine, brakes,  H/T, good rubber. 883-2083.*24w  Line-a-bed lor Chev S-10 or GM  S-15 long box, $95. 885-2388  eves. t24w  Nimbus Horizon Kevlar kayak,  $1700 obo; Bic intermediate wind  surfer w/3 sails, $300 obo; oak  table, needs repair and relinishing,  Often. 6654998. ��24w  Noiko mtn. bike, 2 yrs. old, $350  obo; crib, $50.8864599.   ��22w  Microwave, like new, Moffatt  Gourmet, mad. size, $100. 886-  8569. I24w  1980  Import camper, 7 fl. 6 In, sleeps 4,  ice box, 3 burner stove, new  linoleum, mini blinds, good cond,  $1200 firm. 6854447.       #24*  Handyman special, needs TLC,  1972 26 tt. Cheeta trailer, $2000  firm. 685-2366 eves.        *24w  1969 26.5 It. KIT 5th wheel, 2 dr.  fridge freezer, 4 burner stove c/w  oven, ducted forced air heating,  IDE!  I Out ol town visitors? Why not  ' send them IMMONHMM  wih a prolessional?  ��� luxurious 28ft. sport fisher  i Live bait/Hght tackle ��� AH  equipment supplied ��� Over  10,000 hrs local guiding  experience! Proven results  Call: Kevin Gunning  Owner/operator at  $15-9849, fax 8SJ-8J8J  tMniwwiiiiiMWinwwtiwimiim-  20' 1991 Bayliner Trophy, 150 hp  o/b on trailer, $20,000 obo. 886-  6174. ��23c  21 It. sailboat full cabin, headroom, sleeps 5, fully equipped  w/10 HP Honda. Ready to sail. In  great shape, $5100 w/motor,  $4500 without motor. 6864220.  I24w  24 fl Shark  CSC built, FG class sloop, can  sleep 4, stove, sink elc, new O/B,  4 sails, recently overhauled,  $6000.886-9747 Michael.  t22w  Forced to sell, luxurious fibreglass  Force 50 yacht, leak decks, 56 tt.  of craftmanshlp, world traveller.  Fridge, stove, microwave, water-  maker, washer/dryer, freezer, ice-  maker, bathtub, shower, 2 heads,  king and queen beds, greal galley,  huge salon, Volvo diesel, radar,  Loran, satellite navigation, weather  fax, FM and ham radios, inboard  computers and much more. Great  condilion, will consider real estate  trade. $190,000. Herb Craig 886-  2277. ss  18 tt. welded alum-centre console,  T-Top, builtin gas tank, 1990115  HP Suzuki, PT S T Highliner trailer, $12,500.685-5700.      ��24w  1993 Yamaha Waverunner, low  hrs. Well maintained, $4500. 886-  9691. ��22c  Will auction off, Irom Peninsula  Transport property, 22 It. FG boat  wilh IB/OB in disrepair. If owner  does nol claim wilhin 30 days  under Warehouseman's Lien Act.  I22w  4 hp Johnson outboard LS. used  10 hours (fresh water). New price  $1200, lor sale $700. Call B. Laird  886-7978. ��22c  18 1/2 ft. f.g. boal w/too hp and  trailer. First $3500.6864120.122c  1979 16 tt. Silveriine. Rebuilt 165  hp motor, all bills, 2 down riggen,  bait tank, anchor winch, new batteries, VHF radio, new flooring.  $8500 obo. 8864230.        ��22c  27' Concorde f.g. cabin cruiser.  318 Chrysler I/b, radar, VHF, CB,  sounder, compass, sleeps 4.  Excellent condition. Ready to  cruise. $17,800.886-7240.     ss  Wanted: Classic wooden runabout. 886-2738. ss  25 ft. Reinell, depth sounder, good  mech. condition. $9000 obo. 886-  4870. ss  Heavy duty 50 float ramps built to  suit. 683-2610 or 883-9290.    ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-3040-50-70 HP 1992-1993  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.     tfn  27. Mobile Homes  12x56 mobile in Sunshine Coast  Trailer Park, #92, Gibsons,  $21,000,886-3697. #24c  12x50 Parkwood, Sechell Center.  Presently rented. Good investment  or live in. 1 block pasl post office.  $22,900.8654604. #22c  50x12 2 bedroom furnished.  $12,500.8654899. <22c  NEW HOME  Set up in local park in Gibsons.  686-2597,5974322. ttn  14x68' 76 Atco ��� 2 large bedrooms, washer, dryer, stove.  $25,000 obo. Call 6654832 ah.  5pm. #24w  NEW HOME  Gibsons Paik  Financing Available  686-2597-5974322  tin  New 2 bdrm dlx mobile home set  up in local Gibsons paik. For kilo  call 886-2597,597-3322.     Win  14 It. libreglass Sangster with  older 40 hp Merc, runs well,  w/trailer, $1750.885-7469 after 6.  ���230  75 Dodge propane 4X4, crew cab,  TV and radio ant. and CATV, A/M Untitle, good cond. 6864799.  SECHELT MARINE |  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain Bill Murray  MC.MMC MNAMS  M.ABYC ���Marine  IT Newport sailboat, i/b, head,      Surwyort ond Conultanii  '60 Buick LeSabre, oilers to completely rebuilt, $6500. 885-  $2000. Pat 886-7194.        *24c    7518i 55  1981  '81 AMC Concord, white, runs  good, $675.885-1942. aa  81 Mazda RX7,91,000 kms, sunroof, mags, stereo, $2300. 885-  0168. ��24w  75 F150 truck with new flat deck,  asking $1600.886-7097.       ss  f/m stereo, 3-pc. bath, queen bed,  16' awning, $16,750. Also 1990  Ford XL Supercab, 35,000 mi.  ready to tow, $14,250.886-7417.  I24W  ���23c  ���3643  16' Canaventure Bow Rider, 65  Yamaha motor, power Hit 8 Mm,  easy loader trailer, all items new.  Value $12,500, sen $10,000 firm.  76 Ford 3/4 ton p/u, good wood  32 ft. Holiday Rambler (Presh 8654621. #23c  truck, $500 obo. 885-7703. #22c  danlUI) Rear bdrm., 3 pc. bath,  a/c, forced air heating, 3-way  28 (Lx 14 tt. See Span barge, 454  Merc motor. For into call 8834974  Project boat, 20' Apollo, needs  work, no leg. $1500 obo. 886-  4671. tin  10x32' barge, libreglass over  wood, boom and electric winch.  685-2100. ss  1980 CB 750 Custom  1981 CB 750  1981 GL 500 Silverwing  1964 GS 750 E  1984 KX 60  1976 KZ 650 SR  1990 GSXR1100  Yamaha Powerhouse Motorcycles,  1945 Field Rd, 685-3137.     tfn  Power House Motorcycle  1945 Field Rd. 8854137  NOW IN STOCK!!!  1994 Virago 250  1994 Virago 750  1995 Virago 1100  1995V-Max 1200  1994 Genesis 600  1994 Genesis 750  1994 YZ125  1994 RT180  1994 TW 200  1994 Timberwolf 250  1995 Banshee 350  1994 Kodak 400 4x4 ttn  SUNCO  Recycled Building Modioli  French Doora/lnt.-E��f Doors  Alum, t Vinyl Windows  Liglihng/fcitchen &  Bomroom Fixfurw ete  VMar (femoral  MS-MI*  5653 Whorf Rd., Sechell  aa. ., .,1- ��� f...,  KMyUVO Wi  MON-SAT 9 om- Spm  r-" ���"��� ���? am m_ -8, pontiac Lmans 4 (j,., AM/FM  USED       I cassette, good running cond,  IjilfiftOAiyMi *1200<*o885-,4iee,esl24"  J Shop around ��� you'll I  1 find il pays to buy ���  I recycled aulo ports Irom I  ��� IYMSSAUTOA I  J  TRUCK RICYCURS   I  I    ����6-3880 _���    ,  h a ������ m mm h mat rust, new brakes, tires, 42 mpg.   ���r* '  ' $2600 ObO. 683-9298 eves. 123c  Colour pencil portraits Irom your      favourite photo. Pets, family, 82 Oldsmobile Ciera 125,000 mi.  Iriends. 9"xt2\ $35. Send cheque burgundy in and out. Great car,  or M/O along with photo to P.O. but they say fl needs some work,  ���81 VW Jelta4dr, 5sp,sunroof,  $3500000.886-7969. *��  1992  1982 Honda Civic Deluxe 4 door,  5 speed, green, one owner,  100,000 kms, many extras, no  76 Ford Ranger 4x4, 1/2 ton fridge/freezer, range/oven, new �� o��a������rt  camper special, exc. cond. $3800. uphoWeiy (loaded), $13,900.883- ***V��,B'6.8834665days  9*4; 124*  _Z  2-way Iridge, stove, $1500 obo. *. motor rax wommg, ss��). we-  77 Ford 150 4x4. 80 box, new  tires, tuff box. Good cond. $2600  obo.686-4650 st  78 GMC long van, well-camper-  ized, auto, PS/PB, trouble-tree  last 5 yrs, $1750 obo. 8854286.  #22w  79 Landcruiser, diesel, 6000 Ib.  warn winch, warn hubs, new  exhaust, $6500 obo. 886-7800.ss  885-7906.  I24W  3113.  123c  18.5 It. Double Eagle hardtop, Damaged Suzuki W Al GS/IOOE  1988 Merc. 470, depth sounder, engine, $325.666-2840. 124c  radio, bait tank, immac. cond,  hardly used, vrfth trailer, $15,500  obo. 685-3277. ���"     ss  Box 291, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  Pis. tllow 64 wks. lor delivery.  Satisfaction guaranteed or money  refunded tfns  Adobe photo shop LE 2.5 lor windows, still In wrap, $500. 885-  9881. ss  $700 obo. 8834141.  #23w  79 Ford Bronco XLT, 4 wh. drive,  auto, looks and runs excellent,  ���82 Ford Mustang, 117,000 k't, 6  $4995(4)0.886-7099. ss  cyl. auto. Very good condition.       $2500. Call 8864388. tt INI  Blue oval 6x8 ft. rug, $50 obo;  Dorel pltypen, exc. cond, $35  obo; oik table w/2 leaves, need! 5 rolls of FAX paper 8 1/2V32B'.  radnishmg, $125 obo. 885-3996.     1' core, $5.95 per roll. 886-2622.  122c tint  82 Mazda RX7, good cond, new  dutch, brakes, $3100.6664032.  1963  l*> Winds (2) 21 1/2 w x 57 3(4. FIREWOOD FOR SALE  wNle;(2)521/!wx42 3��*Nle  Dry fir, $85 lor pick-up load; green  '83 Ford Clubwagon, $800. 885-  6419. 122c  1916  8 green; 83 X 58 white; 59 x 58  beige; 33x45 pink; 65x71 white;  69 x 48 peach; 20 1/2 x 56 1/2.  $15 etch. 8884445.        I22cn  Trampoline - 10x14' Sundance.  Padded trame, good condition.  Phone 886-7805. $800.      #22c  Treadmill, motorized, $375 obo;  insulated canopy, lor 1/2 ton, $350  obo.885-9715 i22c  Projection screen. $10. Rotomatic  protector, $20; Canon A2 power  winder. $75.8BM194.      I22w  alder/fir, $65 lor pick-up load.  Dave 685-9306. tfns  Heli-ox-16 band mask 8 hoses  with communications gear. $3000:  T-30 Ingersoll Rand compressor  comes/w 5x200 cu. ft. Cascade 3  HP, 3 PH, starter filter, etc. Hydro  just expired auto shutolf at 3100  psi. $3500.886-9464. tins  12 tt. chrome 'A' vent chimney,  $100; large capacity wood heater,  $500 aH like new. 885-7611.   ss  HORSE MANURE  $20 pKk/up or 2 loads lor $30. you  86 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player, $5795.686-7150.  ss  '66 Toyota Cressida A/C, cruise,  heated mirrors, leather uphol,  AM/FM cassette, very clean,  $9500.6864430. #24w  '86 Chevrolet Sprint, 5 sp,  w/sterto, 60 m. to gal, super  cond, $2800. Bjom 885-7897.  I24w  81 Dalsun p/u, 4 spd, $500 obo.  885-9715. 124c  '81 Dodge flatdeck, good condition. $3,200 obo. 8864201. ��24c  81 Dodge van, 7 pass, tear seat  folds to bed, cruise, tilt, air, etc.  $2800 obo. 886-7520. IS  '61 Suzuki H/T 4x4, exc. cond,  asking $2500.6854737.    #23w  1192  24 fl. Nomad Tandem trailer, fully  equipped w/shower, Hush toilet,  holding tank, F/S, oven and Ian,  furnace, sleeps 6, $3850. 885-  3998. #24w  1973 VW Westfalia poptop  camper, aulo, good cond., $2800.  8854546. #24w  7 1/2 It. camper lor small PU,  $2600; box knar, $100.8864007.  #23w  1978 Dodge XTC getaway van,  $4500 Obo. 8854125.       I23w  1979 Okanagan 26 tt. 5th Wheel.  Awning, stereo, hiich ind, txc.  cond, asking $7500; 1977 one-Ion  crew cab on duals, also avail. 885-  5861. I23w  1977 Clan C motorhome, exc.  cond. To view phone $12,500.  8864124. #23c  1963 Sklartt 18 ft. tandem trailer -  excellent condition, toilet, hot  water, furnace, 3 way fridge,  stove, slereo. $5300.885-5937.  123c  22 It. Fibreform Sedan, new motor  last yeer, approx. 15 hrs, $11,500  obo; 20 fl. Sangster c/cruiser, new  6 cyl. motor, new canvas, as ntw  nailer, mint, all for $10,950; 23 It.  Clastic Stir tail boat, this one  must be seen. Call Gordie at Coho  Marina, 883-2248. #23c  1977 24 It. Reinell, needs luel lank  8TLC, asking $3500; 198318 HP  Mercury O/B, S.S. tank, $850,885-  5861. 123*  26 It. Campion Toba, new 351  engine rebuilt leg, ve" well kept.  Sacrifice $22,500.685-j495.��23c  32" UnHIKa - 197S  MVmgnum Strike II"  Houn kept - mint! 270 Crusaders  (low hn), radar, color sounder,  auto pilot, diesel lumace, auto  winch (300 It chain), custom bait  tank, etc. Must see1 $89,000. Call  Duke 885-6247. 122c  Charter boat, 25'5' Grew, all  options, $16,000; boat house for  26' boet, $6000.883-2246. #22w  Outboard motor Tohatsu 9.9,  never used, $1350 obo. 885.3277.  22 t/2 li. Double Eagle CB  350/280 bailing VHF sounder,  $23,000.8854448 ss  22'Bell Buoy rebuilt 302 and Merc  leg, convertible hardtop and can-  vat, VHF, lishlinder, trailer,  $12,000. Will consider part trade.  885-40)9. SS  24' work / pleasure boat, t/g on  wood, exc. cond, zero hours on  rebuilt 316, new ex-manifolds, new  s.s. shall, wiling, paint. FJI price  indudes dinghy, oars, 9 hp motor.  $7900.883-2990. ss  28' Unilly libreglass, brand new  motor and other extras, lull ot  electronics. Reasonable price.  George 8864139. ss  Heavy duty 50 float ramps buill to  suit. 883-2610 or 883-9290.    sa  18 It. Fibreglass. Volvo I/O. boat.  Tandem axle trailer. $3800. 883-  2297. ss  '83 Suzuki Kattna 660,1  drive, dual Iront disks, new bat,  new rear rubber, $950 obo. 886-  2297. Dm  I960 Suzuki 400 cc, low mileage,  good cond. $795. View at 632 N.  Fletcher. 8864375. 122c  Honda scooter, $500; VW vans,  SIX, parts. 686-7400.      122c  '85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, likt new, 20,000 km.  $3,500,886-4616 Dt. 7 pm.    ss  Ntw mother with pelt seeks 1-2  bdrm home. Refs. avail. ASAP.  6864733. 124c  Prolessional non-smoking couple  in their early sixties, wish to rent 3  bedroom, 2 bathroom house or  condo with unobttructed vltw of  octet 4 mountaint in Sechelt or  Gibsons trei. We hoot during  that penod lo find such a house to  purchase. Suggest rental start  Dec 1/94 or Jan 1/95 lor about 3  months. Call Shishakly (514) 457-  2759 or lax (514)457-1640. #24c  '82 Ford Super Cab, short box, 1980 Corsair 28 tt. 5th wheel, less  standard, 4 spd. overdrive. Extras than 2,000 hwy. kms, exc. cond,  must be seen to be appreciated.  Asking $23,500. 885-6028 or  leave message. t22c  Hide-a-bed, tic. cond, htrdly load Roberls Creek. 665-9969  uttd, ttrth tone tweed. $150.  885-4750. ��22w  'Ofty* wood Hove w/pepes, $400;  RCA console 3 spd. AM/FM tape  deck. 3-way speakers, txc. cond,  $100; Oster kilchen centre w/meat  grinder, like new, $175.665-7686.  >22w  2 vinyl picture windows, 6 mos.  old, $200, 47'x52 1/2' : 2 blue  Venetian blinds to lit windows, 3  mot. dd, $125.885-2656. ��22w  Fibreglass tent trailer. $900: car-  top carrier, used once, $75; radial  tire cherts, never used, $40.883-  2377     ��?C  Contour chair, exc. cond, $400  Obo. 885-2623.   Burning barrtls, $15 tt.; bttr 0244.  Iridge. $75. good cond. 885-5703.  I23w  SATELLITE SALES  ANO SERVICE  Programming subscriptions  Grttn Onion Earth Station  lln  OOOO HAY  $4.0<VBilt Delivered  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  WhoieoatalOcAb  CtllBttwtmlMpm  9954357  Antique wood burning cook slove,  $600 885-3506. SS  Sears 9' garage doors 8 openers  (new 1000 tl.) $650 el. 665-  No Job?  No Credit?  No Problem!  WE FINANCE  EZ PAYMENTS  SAFETY CHECKED  VEHICLES  CENTURION AUTO  56-15 WHARF  885-.1001   ���   DS.117  Rubber dinghy a oars, $85; 40  gal. electric wtttr healer, $40;  portable dishwasher, good working, grttn, $85; quality floral  design equpment ind silk flowers  885-2310.  I23w  350 John Deere bucket. 883-9655  days. 663-9974 eves, alter 6 pm.  ���23c  13'x8'x7 Unico van body with  power tailgate. $3500 obo. 686-  3199. ��23��   1997   87 Honda Civic DX 150,000 hwy.  km, great shape, new brakes 8  tires, $3300.885-9299.     t22w  87 Tracer L, 2 dr H/B, good cond,  $1750000.883-9205.       ��22w  1999  '88 Toyota Tercel, 4 dr, hatchback, 72,000 km. $4500. 866-  3224. 124c  '88 Cavalier Z24, V4, Pwr. sun-  root w/air. Exc. cond. $6,800 obo.  866-7854 att. 5:30pm. ss  topper, box organizers, new  brakes, tuned up and reedy to roll  $3000 Obo. 8864823,685-5105.  ���24c  1994  84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  6864204. ss  '84 Mazda diesel, B2200 PU, 5  sp, $1100 obo. 6854970.  ��23w  199$  '65 Toyola pickup. $1500. 886-  7951. 123c  '85 Ford F150 XLT, ext. cab.  canopy, 351, s/new pans. gd.  cond, $6900.6854109.        ss  1999  '86 Toyota van, runs well, will  need shocks, $2500.886-7564.ss  86 Chev 1/2 ton, propane. $3500  Obo. 885-9125. ��23w  1999  Wanted 5  motorhome,  3635.  hp generator lor  120 v 15 amp. 886-  ���22c  1973 dass 'A" 22 ft. motor home,  Cadillac Eldorado, 472 cu. in. VB.  lully equipped, exc. cond, $8500.  8854456.                      ��22c  1976 Triple E travel trailer. 25 It.  Mi-size, 3 pc. bathroom, full-size  Iridge. 4 burner stove, oven 6 Ian,  eic. cond, $5500obo. 685-7016.  55  8i 96' Vanguard camper, 4 burner c/w oven, 3/w fridge, forced air  lurnace, H/W tank, bathroom  w/shower, very clean cond, musl  sell, asking $7300.885-2351. ss  8x45 trailer, sleeps 6, clean and  good cond. 885-2100. ss  1990 dlx. 24' motorhome A-1 condilion. 686-9025. ss  30 fl. travel trailer, remodelled, gas  slove, furnace, shower, $8500.  6664202. ss  ���68 GMC p/u lor sale or trade for  car. Value $5500.885-7470. ��22c  1986 18 1/2 tt. Travelaire, 5th  wheel to-tite, single axle, electric  brakes, tip top shape, $8950. Hitch  included. Suitable lor a small  89 Isuzu Space Cab p/u, 65,000 Iruck. 685-9451. #22w  191  km, new exhaust 8 tune up, box  liner. Greal condition, musl  tell/moving to Europe. $7600.  6864822. K*  1968 3/4 ton PU w/PS/PB, real  classic with 8 It. camper, both exc.  cond, must be seen. 885-4777.  ���23w  whon you  pay for 2 Insertion*  AH chsiifiedi must be  pre-paid before insertion  FOR ONE INSERTION  n Mntic rm Mofiooy Of WMKMOIf  Edttiofi. Up to 10 words; 25 cenh  tor Nut oddtttonol word.  Frit: lost, Found * Frit  Suro Boll eioeelfl0de  Tv.  )I7 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, salting on* item, will run 4 consrtcutiv* weeks  then will be cancetllad unlets you instruct us to renew il  say Classified deadline * Nor umtlbkia hi comi���reiol odyttniteet  Coast Now*  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday laltten W*ek��naUr  NOON, FRIDAY NOON TUIBDAY  Gibtont 886-2622 Secheh 8833930 18  Coast News, May 30, 1994  29. Wanted to Rent  Fum. house in privale 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. rels. Mark 939-  7959 (collect call OK).        ��23c  Slorage space 1,000 sq. II.  Sechelt area. Mark 885-9494.  ���23w  Family ol 5 seeks 3 bdrm. cabin lor  July 23-31. Will consider house  swap. 222-1354. ��23w  Large barn or garage, Sechell lo  P. Harbour, 6 monlhs -1 yr. 883-  2071 Maggi. #23c  Responsible working couplt  looking for a 2 - 3 bdrm house for  long lerm renlal. Rels. avail. Pender Harbour area only. 883-2212.  ss  Responsible family require 2 or 3  bedroom house for June 1 or July  1 from Langdale to Roberts Creek.  532-7757,886-7268. #22w  For Rent  Gibsons Langdale  Horseshoe Day cozy bachelor  suite, great tor commuter, $395  incl. heat, light 1 parking. Avail.  July I, Phone after 6 pm. 921-  7480. ��24c  N/S shared accommodation, beautilul 3 bdrm. lully lumished rancher  wilh your own privale bathroom,  fireplace, dishwasher, piano. Great  yard, workshop, garden. Cooked  meals / lunches, laundry negotiable. $450 plus 1/2 ulils. 886-  8648. 124c  Fot Renl  Gibsons/Langdale  1 bdrm view suite, across from  Yacht Club, rVs, $450.886-9737.  ���24c  Avail. July 1 privale entrance  home. 3 bdrms, fenced garden  yard and sundeck. Quiet but not  isolated - a nice house for nice  people. Sorry house allergic lo  cats and dogs, fish and crocodiles  ok. Long lerm 1 refs. please,  $780/mo. plus ulils. 686-3107 or  924-4969. ��24w  Avail. June, cenlral Gibsons 2  bdrm. main floor ol house.  $675/mo. refs. 876-9370.    <24w  1 RV sile for rent, $150/mo. plus  utils. Treed area, near North Rd,  avail, now. 922-5948.       ��24w  New 2 bdrm. 2 lull bath, luxury  condo, F/P, 5 appl., N/S. N/P,  Avail. July 1. $850/mo. plus utils.  886-7651. #24 w  Three bedroom home, Pratt Rd,  $85ffmo. Call 866-7488.    ��24w  Bright I bdrm. suite, minutes from  stores ind ferry. NIP, suit working  person or pensioner. Avail. June 1.  $375/mo. plus utils. 885.7590 aft.  6pm, Angie. t22w  2 bdrm. upper level ol house.  Hardwood floors, F/P. newly painted, deck w/outstanding view, W/D.  S675/mo. plus 1/2 utils. avail. June  15 or July 1.255-9924.       I24w  Near new, 3 bdrm, 2 1/2 baths.  Waterview eat-in kitchen, laundry.  5 appl, garage (duplex). Avail.  July 1. $675/mo. 298-5215. t24c  2 bdrm house, sundeck, Ige. yard.  Avail. June 15. $750/mo. 886-  2362. #24c  1 bdrm apartment, excellent view.  Gibsons, $520/mo. 885-0914.#24c  View home. 3 bdrms, main Iloor  plus linished part ol lower, 5 appl,  wood slove, $650/mo incl. cable.  Preler n/s. 8664963.        ��24c  Sleeping room avail, immed.  Lower Gibsons on beach. $275/mo  incl. cable, all utilities and laundry.  8864963. ��24c  2 bdrm view condo, in well managed complex, close lo everything,  StSOimo 886-2949. ��24c  Ocean front home, Gibsons, June  18 -July 2, $400/wk. 866-2258.  ���24c  Shop, 24x30, 13' clearance, slorage or quiel activity. Gibsons area.  E864842. #23w  Large 1 bdrm. $450/mo. Lower  Gibsons, suit woriting person. 886-  8136. George or 683-5000 Jim.  >23w  3-4 bdrm lownhouse. new, close  to lown. avail, immed, $850/mo.  local agent. 9294227        ��;-'.)*  Free standing bachelor suite on a  large property w/exc. view and  beach. One ml. Irom Ihe ferry terminal. $475/mo. incl. electricity.  886-2738. ��23c  Month to month dean 3 bedroom  mobile home with washer & dryer  (partially lumished optional), non-  smokers, no pels. North Road.  $675/1110 indudes all utilities, dam.  dep. $325. Avail, now. 886-2504.  tins  Lower Gibsons, i bdrm suite with  f/p 8 view. $60O/mo. 686-7037.  ���23c  2 bdrm basement suite, lower Gibsons, $550/mo. ��� utilities. 650-  7731 or 872-2005. ��23c  Nice clean 2 bdrm townhouse,  dose lo all amenities, $750, avail,  immed. 733-7211. ��23c  Beautilul 1 bdrm view apt, Lower  Gibsons. Large palio, privale garden, new building, laundry, walk to  all amenities. Quiet and secure.  $650.8864420. ��22c  Grtat Location  Near schools, shopping, 3 bdrm.  family home w/FP, June 1,  $80(Vmo. 886-9559. <22w  Clean dry storage, 1700 cu. tt,  $80/mo. 6864526. *22w  1 bdrm view apt. opposite Gibsons  Marina. New kitchen and bathroom, carpet, blinds, sunny balcony, laundry. $590/mo. 686-3426.  ���22c  3 bdrm. near new house w/large  yard upper Gibsons. 2 km. to mall,  ind. 4 appl, $760mo 886-9574  ���22w  Bright spacious 1 bdrm. suite,  beautiful view, Granthams Landing. N/S prel, rets, $52&tao. utils  ind. 6864026. *22w  Irwin Motel  1 S 2 bdrm. kitchen units, reasonable weekly and monthly rates.  686-3331. ��22w  For Rent  Gibsons/Langdale  Bright, quiet, 3 bdrm townhouse,  1800 sq It. on 2 levels wilh waler  view, sunny garden, w/w, new  kitchen appl, skylights, 1 1/2  baths. Avail. June 15. N/S. N/P.  $926/mo. Perfect lor commulers.  1-9264451. ��22c  Immaculale 2 bdrm view apl.  opposile Gibsons Marina. New  building, quiet, secure, carpeted,  miniblinds, laundry, balcony.  $750/mo. 886-3420. ��22c  Duplex 3 bdrm, 2 balh, l/p, 4 appl,  deck, fantastic view of harbour,  close lo everything. N/S a musl.  Avail. June 15. $800/mo. Call 886-  2352. ��22c  507 S. Fletcher, 3 bdrm house,  suitable lor adults. $725/mo. 666-  0068 days, 885-4812 eves. ��22c  1 bdrm ground level apt, S.  Fletcher. Suitable I or 2. Adult oriented Rels required. $450/mo. 1-  922-7836. ��22c  Duplex, 3 bdrms. ensuite, 4 appl,  lenced rear yard. $850/mo. 686-  0269 ��22w  Large landscaped residential RV  sites, lull hookups, pnvate patios,  laundry lac, $200/mo, incl. electricity, waler and sewer. Tel 8  cable avail. Elphinstone RV Park,  961 Cemetery Rd 866-705l.��22w  Kids and pets welcome, nice 3  bdrm. home on 2 1/2 acres off  Nodh Rd. Some ocean view, F/S,  W/D, D/W. Minutes lo terries, avail.  July 1, good rels a must, $900/mo.  Mark 944-756001 FAX 9454080.  #22w  Roomy 2 bdrm home on S. Fletcher, near yacht dub. Adult oriented,  lovely garden with greenhouse and  fruit trees. Avail, early May. Rets  req'd. $650/mo. 922-7836.  ���22c  Sludio and 1 bdrm. suiles with  spectacular view, F/P, W/D, walk  lo ferry $495/mo. ea. utils incl.  886-2891. #23w  3 new, permanenl/long term RV  siles now ready al Bool Hill RV  Park, $250/mo. 1117 Keith Road,  1 1/2 miles up Cemelary Road,  Gibsons. 866-9764 or 220-1526.  tfns  For Renl  Roberts Creek  3 bdrm. house in Roberts Creek,  big fireplace, large deck, private,  $85<ymo. plus t/2 utils. 6864539.  I22w  Foi Rent  Sechell & disfn  2 bdrm basement suite, rVs, rVp, 5  appls, centre Sechelt, next to  Seniors Centre. Padly lumished,  cable, gas fireplace S hot water  supplied. Refs 8 security deposit.  $650/mo. 8854417 ��24c  1 bdrm. suite Seima Park,  ammo, avail. July 1.886-7719.  ���24w  Davis Bay near beach, Ige. 1  bdrm. 1/2 duplex, $450/mo. 885-  4862,520-3102. ��24w  Shared house in Sechelt lor dean,  quiet, responsible non-smoker.  W/D. $350/mo. 885-4778.   I24w  For Rent  Sechell & district  Large 2 bdrm mobile. Walk to all  amenities. Suit retired. No dogs  Rels. June 1. $675/mo. 685-5782  ��24w  2'bdrm, 2 balh, trailer, 5 appl,  adult oriented park. Avail. July I,  no pets. $650/mo. 885-9715.��24c  Oceanside, oceanview, 2 bdrm  apl, Davis Bay, $625/mo. plus util,  Avail, immed. 885-5918 or 792-  8731 after 6 pm. ��23c  Large 2 bdrm, + ulil. room, ocean  view. $625/mo. avail. June 1, rels.  1-7344200. ��23w  July 1, 2 bdrm, Sechelt village,  separate garage, pet ok, $650/mo,  refs. req. 665-9658.  ��23w  Porpoise Bay - panoramic waterlront, neat, clean, modem small 3  bdrm. w/lott, 3 1/2 levels. Would  suil single or prol. working couple,  quiet. Lease, rels. req. N/S, N/P.  $825/mo. 872-3516. #23w  Mobile home, 2 bdrm, 5 appl, covered sundeck, shed, Sundance  Traitor Park, June 1.686-9770.  ���22w  1 bdrm collage, S.Hook, n/s, n/p,  suit single person, June 15,  $4l5/mo.�� util 885-3962.   ��23c  3 bdrm, 2 baths, Redroolls area,  no pets. References required.  $800/mo. 885433B. ��23c  6 stall horse bam, power, water, 5  acres pasture, $500/mo. 6854506.  ���22c  Executive home, W. Sechelt, 1 yr.  dd, 2750 sq. ft, upper 2 doors, 3  bdrms, 2 1/2 acres, 4 appl, 3  baths, utility room, lam. room 8  den, F/P, carpets, drapes, vaulted  ceiling 8 hardwood floors. Avail.  June 1, N/P, rels. $895/mo. plus  utils 5244406, 583-7722 or 685-  5749. ��22w  Shared accomm. in 2 bdrm mobile  in Seima Park, n/p, w/d, utll.  Induded. $35ffmo. 8854198.122c  Small trailer, suitable t adull,  Cedars Trailer Court. 8854313.  ���22c  Large 3 bdrm suite, 1 1/2 baths,  rec room, 2 l/p, laundry, newly  decorated, near park and downtown Sechelt, n/s, n/p, avail. June  1.$950/mo ind. util. 8854235.  ���22c  INLET VIEW QUEST HOUSE furnished accommodates 6. Daily,  weekly rentals. 885-4490.  ��22w  31. For Rent  t & 2 bdrm collages avail, immed.  N/S. N/P. Free use ol dock and  small lishing boal. Cable included.  Rels. req. From $400/mo. 863-  9569. tfns  3 bdrm. lurnished house.Tuwanek,  $700.  2 bdrm. waterfront, Seima Park,  lease, $700.  3 bdrm. acreage Wesl Sechell,  $900.  2 bdrm. acreage Davis Bay, $900  lase.  Sussex Realty Property  Management-Dave Austin  8854295  Gibsons  2 br. townhome, Ireshly painted,  lireplace, $750/mo.  2 br. apadment, mountain view,  well maintained, $650/mo.  Sechell  2  br.  mobile,  Seima  Park,  $550/mo.  2 br. mobile, greal view, Sandy  Hook, $400/mo.  NRS Sechelt Really Ltd. 885-  9093. ��22w  TOWNHOUSES/CONDO  Two bedroom townhouse. indudes  all   appliances,   $775   per  month.plus utils.  APARTMENTS  Two bedroom aparlment, rent  indudes heat and hot water, $600  per month.  Two bedroom waterfront apartment, large deck, great view, $650  including hydro, no pets.  Two bedroom, side by side duplex,  $475 per month plus utilities.  One bedroom, view, lower Gibsons, $550 plus utilities.  COMMERCIAL  CENTRAL GIBSONS  Retail/office space lor renl, 1275  square feet, central air conditioning, good parking, ��� $10 triple nel.  GRANT REALTY LTD.  9*94330  32. Common  Foi Renl  2 bdrm. homa, Madeira Park,  $495/mo. rels. req. 526-9695.��24w  1 bdrm lurnished condo, view,  swimming pool, 5 appl, f/p. By  week or monlh. 6854831. ��22w  Beach cottage, avail. July 1-15,  refs. $45(Vwk. 685-1912.    ��22w  ntel - 4 bdrm. executive home with waterfall, beach  docks, volley ball and hot tub on  Sakinaw Lake, road access,  $85(Vweek. 6855157. 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Fax  (604)753-5977 Visa  JIEALESTATE  B C LAND Choice waterfront, recreational properties, ocean, lakes, rivers  ranch lands and remote  fishing & wildlife lands  Terms, Fiee brochure  Nino Land 4 Cattle Company Phone (604)521-  7200  2800 SOFT COMMERCIAL Building on Hwy 3 al  Christina Lake. B C Has  office area, kitchenette 3  vehicle bays   Phone  (604)447-6283 (604)447-  6197 or Box 18 Christina  lake. B C VOH IEO   SERVICES  WE TAKE The Fear Out  Of ICBC Major ICBC injury claims Joel A Wener  trial lawyer lor 25 years  Call free 1-800-665-1138  Contingency fees Simon,  Wener A Adler  SPORTS EQUIPMENT  TRAMPOLINES FACTORY Direct 13 foot  square SplashBounce, 16  fool round Super Bounce  1-600-663-2261 Parts.  Repairs, All Makes  ONLY UNTIL June30/94,  1994-14X71 mobiles. 3  bedroom, 2 bath, fridge,  stove, 6" walls, carpets,  window coverings Only  $41,900 Homes Canada,  Calgary, Alberta  1(403)286-2488  TRAVEL   NANCY GREENE Lodge.  Whistler Spring Special  Spring skiing - comfy accommodations Rales  from $69 midweek and $79  weekends Special valid  April 17 to May 23, 1994  Limited space Call 1-800  667-3363  34. Help Wanted  Cook required nights and weekends, apply Emie & Gwen's Drive-  in. 886-7B13. ��22w  Six chair salon requires full or part  lime stylist with Iheir own clientele.  Call Denise 666-3916.      ��24w  Full time meal cutter lor supermarket in Sechell. Experience  required. FAX 685-6148.    #22w  Waiters, waitresses, cooks, dock  attendant. Apply in person, Irvines  Landing Marine Pub. Ask lor  Jessie or Wayne. ��24c  1500 sq. It. warehouse and office  space for rent, Gibsons, close to  all amenities, avail, immed.  $58(Vmo. 733-7211. 123c  Commercial For Lease  If00 sq. ft. Industrial/Commercial  for lease, Wilson Ck., no triple net,  call Marg at NRS Sechelt Realty  Ltd. 885-9093 or 885-2235. 122c  Oflice space in new Royal Bank  building, Trail Bay Centre. Ocean  view. Bruce Moris, Trail Bay Properties Ltd. 885-6614. 122c  RETAIL SPACE    .      .  TRAIL BAY MALL  650sq.lt. and 1,000sq.ft. Call  Bruce Moris, Trail Bay Properties  Ltd. 685-5614. 122c  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek hall available. Wheeled air facilities. 885-  2752 or 885-9863. ttn  Prime retail space, Hwy. 101,1500  sq. It. (1000. No triple net. 737-  6061. tin  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. tin  Busy animal hospital seeks mature  assistant with veterinary or medkal  experience, to work Saturdays.  Salary depending on experience.  Drop off resumes at Gibsons Animal Hospital or call Lynn at 886-  73)3. ��22w  Intervenes Required for a woman  who is deal/Wind. FT, PT and reliel  positions available. II you enjoy  supporting a person to achieve  their dreams this job is lor you.  Work out ol her home. Sign language and driver's licence necessary. Contact Laurel at 277-9207.  I22w  Experienced Bertindir  required lor full time permanent  position at Cedars Pub. Apply in  person with resume on Mondays  or Tuesdays between 10 and 12 or  leave resume at the bar and well  contact you for an appointment.  ���24*  Bookstore clerk, pan/time Forward  resume to Ashley's Books t  Records. Box 421, Sechelt, BC  V0N3AO. ��24w  Looking For The  Impossible!  Someone who Is well  versed in AC/ PAC,  Lotus. Someone who Is  up to date on systems like  Access and Excell  Someone who might  understand P.OS.  systems and Implementation strategies.  This person would have  to believe In life with  responsibility, but in a low  stress environment. This  person would understand  that opportunities have to  be developed, and with  efficiency, can be fruitful  for all parties involved.  The position Is a part to  full time job that requires  a sound understanding of  A/P, A/R, payroll, bank  reconciliation, taxes as  well as proficiency on an  IBM computer.  Yes, we are looking for a  wonder bookkeeper,  we're not sure If you are  out there, but If you are  paying attention please  send your resume and a  brief note to,  Box 2428, Sechelt.B.C.  Attn: Lou King  (This is a serious job  offer)  34. Help Wanted  Alaska Jobs! Earn up to $30,000  in three monlhs lishing SALMON!  Also year round fishing, King Crab,  Halibut and Herring. Plus, construction, canneries, oil fields and  more. Hiring Now! Call (504) 646-  2803 Ext S3S9 until 7pm 7 days.  ��21w  ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT  FOR WORKING IN TRADES  PROGRAM  The successful candidate will  assist the coordinators in producing a successful project based program. Qualifications must include  work experience in oflice procedures, payroll etc., proliciency in  computer applications (Mac) and  excellent organizational and communication skills. We are seeking  a mature individual with initiative,  independence and enthusiasm lor  working as a team member. Job is  pan time (approx. 20 hrs. a week)  and will commence October 1994.  Please submit resumes by May 30  to Working in Trades, Box 514,  Gibsons, BCVON IVO.      122c  Bill Dean �� Assoc,  are seeking to hire part/lime security personnel to work in the  Sechell area, previous experience  prelerred, bul not necessary as  training will be provided. For more  inlo 885-1018. 123c  A Mom's dream. Stay home, lose  weight, help others, make $$ from  home, full training. Call Cynthia toll  free 1-9784244. I24w  35. Business &  Home Services  MAN WITH PICKUP  Available lor w.h.y. Reasonable  rates. 665-0196. ��?2c  We are seeking Childcare Work-  in for our out-ol-schod care program for children ages 5 lo 12.  This is a ten monlh, part-lime position beginning in September 1994.  The successful applicants will have  experience working with school  age children, first-aid training,  strong organizational skills, and  above all the ability lo relate to  children and plan a wide variety ol  activities for and with them. ECE or  SETA training and experience an  asset. Resumes and relerences to:  The Personnel Committee, Nine-  Three-Seven Childcare Society,  RR *a, Site 12, Comp. 136, Gibsons, BC, Deadline tor.ippllca-,  tions:June3. \    .        ��23c  Lord Jm's Resort Hotel, now year-  round operation has l/t positions  available as: breakfast cook, prep-  cook, kitchen help, also M or p/t  Iront desk clerk, servers, bartenders, housekeeping. Must be  willing lo work shilt work and some  weekends Please apply In person  or drop otl resume, Lord Jim's  Resort Hotel, Cue's Rd., Halfmoon  Bay. ��22c  The Sunshine Coast Assn. tor  Community Living supports mentally challenged adults living within  our communities here on 'The  Rock'. We are currently welcoming  applications for P/T employment  with tie Life Skills and Supported  Employment programs. Qualifications include a combination of education, experience, creativity and  an inclusive value base. Forward  resume to: Lisa Carter, Program  Manager, S.C.A.C.L., Box 165,  Sechelt, BCVON SAO.      I22w  Challenge '94 Summer Students.  The Sunshine Coast Arts Centre  requires two students to work 30  hrs. per week Irom June 27 to  Sepl. 1994, as assistants to the  manager and curator. Applicants  must have attended school lull  time in 1994 and be planning to  attend lull time in 1995. Applications and resumes mult be  received at the Arts Centre, Box  1565, Sechelt, no later than June  6. For lurther inlormation, please  call 685-5412. KSw  HORIZON GLASS  LIMITED  N|iiTialising in commercial &  i vsnleiitiiil fttxxuift  Over 20 years cxpcrliw  CiimjHililivc, |irom|il nervier  fall 8854153  CARPENTER AVAILABLE  Reasonable rales, Iree estimates,  885-0196. ��22c  CREEK WOOD FLOORING  Finishing and Installation. Free  estimates. 8860167,685-2253.  ��25c  MJJ SIDING  Vinyl and cedar exteriors, soffits  and fascia. Fred Cocker, 885-  6065, cell. 1-880-1560.      *25c  HORIZON  PMJ.IT STOVES  Nii uixikr, Nn I ihimiiry!  Dcxlrr for Janx'Hnwn  Km imfii t, Tnii|nst  Avcflt  CAM, 885-515J  Hirbour Traill Project  seeking 3 individuals to undertake  leaslbilty study lor development of  multi-use trail network in Pender  Harbour. Must be In receipt/eligible  lor UIC lor duration ol the project.  To obtain more detailed project  outline call 885-2639. Send  resumes outlining qualifications by  June 2,1994 to Sunshine Coast  Community Futures Assoc., P.O.  Box 1591, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0.or  deliver to Suite 205, Teredo Sq.,  Sechelt. i23c  RN needed on part-time basis lor  children's camp, July 4-Aug. 10.  Call 266-9149 mess.        ��23w  Exp. kitchen/laundry helper for  children's camp, June 23-Aug. 13.  Call 734-1307 mess, ideal for student. ��23w  Need a P/T helper in lamily daycare. Rels required. 885-0470.  I22w  Assemble light products at home.  Excel. Income, easy work. Call lor  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623-2380  ext.A74. tin  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  Nonprofit grrxp needs assistance  with their newsletter, olfice 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 talem  show in July, exciting position.'  Therapeutic riding program lor children needs volunteers to assist on  Wednesdays Knowledge ol horses essential. For these and more  opportunities contact the Volunteer  and Inlormation Centre at 665-  5881. I21w  35  Business and  Home Seivices  SENIORS DISCOUNT  Home repairs S renovations. Satisfaction guaranleed. Dan 886-3084.  ���27c  CABINS TO CASTLES  Design, renovation, remodel.  Framing lo lockup. 886-0380,686-  0684 eves. Ifn  Dirt People  Yard maintenance, new landscaping, rework old landscaping, weekly cuts, inside repairs, low rales,  exc. refs. 686-9593. ��24w  A PROGRESSIVE POWERWASH  Boats, patios, RVs, houses and  driveway sealing, etc. 'Also specializing in marine services.' Waxing, painting, detailing, minor  repairs, seniors discount. 883-  2030 or pager 1-9780675. #24w  IS IT A JUNGLE  OUT THERE?  DOWN TO EARTH  GARDENING SERVICES  KATHRYN MUSSELLS  885-3458  HARDWOOD FLOORING  New floors supplies, laid, sanded  and linished. Old floors resanded  and relinished. Lyle Hayter Floors  Ltd. 885-7833. I26w  RENOVATIONS-ADDITIONS  Inlerior Finishing' Trim ' Door  Installations' Counters' Cabinets  ' Quality Workmansftp' Free Estimates. Eric 8868728.       122c  BID PRESSURE WASH  EnviroFrdly Clean Agents1  lor  Vinyl, aluminum siding, paint stripping, concrete walkways, driveways, decks, RVs, boots, etc. 886-  0055. ��22w  BARRY'S WINDOW CLEANING  Metal and vinyl houses washed,  gutters cleaned in and out, tree  estimates. 886-3277.    .   I22w  NEED A BUILDER?  For quick efficient quality work;  lully experienced in all areas;  seniors 10** discount, call Dave al  I22w  GIBSONS YOUTH CENTRE  Returning Student Employment OpponmlUu  Position I- Resource Development Coordinator A  post secondary student aged 19 or over Is required to  Identify, develop and implement effective youth programs  and referral services. Supervise research assistant and youth  liason officer positions. $7.00 per hour lor a 40 hour worl:  week beginning lune 13th for 12 weeks. Closing date:  a/6194  Position 2- Research Assistant: A student required to  assist the resource development co-ordinator and to recuil  and train adult volunteers for lull programs. $6.50 per hour  lor a 40 hour work week beginning lune 27 for 9 weeks.  Closing date: 10/6194  Position 3- Youth Liason Officer: A secondary student Is  required lo assist pos. 16r 2 and to recruit and train youth  volunteers lor the youth cenlre programs. $6.00 per hour lor  a 40 hour work week beginning lune 27 for 9 weeks.  Closing Date: IIW94  More detailed job descriptions are available from the youth  centre on Park Avenue in Brothers Park. ph. 886-0496  Mail or fax resumes lo:  RR2, S-5, C-9 Gibsons. B.C. VON IVO (ax ��� 885-0428  Thankyou lo  #4H:!HTini>  for sponsoring this ad.  COASTLINE FENCING  Wooden t Chain Link  Decks li Porches  Call alter 6pm 886-2215 Bob tfns  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  Ouality home builder. Forms, framing, linishing, decks I renovations.  Drew 885-4557. 123c  DEVCO POWER WASHING  Vinyl siding, window cleaning,  drive ways, boats, RVs and heavy  equipment. Seniors discount, lully  insured 886-0069 ��23*  R(B TREE SERVICE  Falling, topping, limbing, danger  tree removal. Free estimales,  insured. Call Ritchie 885-9190.  ���23*  MounWmUe  PreuuriWithing  We are back! Spruce up your  house S decks before you paint.  RVs, boats, anything concrete like  pools, patios, driveways, etc. We  offer seniors discount. Free estimates. Donn 885-7473.     123c  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  AAsyJe*  CATHY'S HOME CLEANING  For spring cleaning or lor everyday  house work, give us a call 886-  4660, bondable with references.  ���22w  DON'S TILE INSTALLATIONS  Ceramic - Mosaics ��� Martte. Quality work at reasonable prices. 886-  4280. i23w  RHYASON ELECTRIC ENT.  Installations, Renovations a  Repairs. Free estimates, reg.  122589. 886-8857 or cell. 377-  7956 24 In. I22w  Outbidding' addition ' renovation  ' repair' structure inspection and  documentation' rol specialists.  885-6070. ��23w  cva a noma wearing services  Regular deanin. spring cleaning.  or final construclion cleanup.  Dependable t affordable 8854024  mess. I23w  LAWN I GARDEN  Fruit tree pruning and spraying,  garden renovations, retaining  walls, hedge trimming, general  cleanup Call 886-0180.        ttn  CHIPPING AND MULCHING  SERVICE  Turn your brush piles, leaves and  garden waste to chips and mulch  for compost. Quick service, reasonable rates. Nick at 886-2756.  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 883-  2978. i tfn  Lawn / berry / hedge cutting,  groundl maintenance, window  washing, etc. Man / men available  once / regular bails. Experienced.  Reliable. Rob /Chris. 886-3822.  ���23c  For help with landscaping labour,  lawns, berries, yard cleanup, etc.  call Bill886-0051. Hardworking.  ���23c  QUALITY WOODWORK  .. ��� ^-- ......    p,-,..,���  nun nsmooMiing, rmnning  We look at all jobs big or small. For  prompt, quality work at an affordable price, call Art Gieibrechl  885-3372 or (85-7119. tin  - iv;-.  .���-���.���- v.".'��v'���'-'. Coast News, May 30, 1994  19  remember when  5 YEARS AGO  Nurses at St. Mary's Hospital in Sechelt have  withdrawn some non-essential services at the hospital but negotiations are proceeding between the  BC Nurses Union and the Hospital Labour Relations Association to resolve the two week old nurses' strike.  A delegation from the Roberts Creek Community Association appeared at last week's meeting  of the Sunshine Coast Regional Board urging  directors to "move with all haste to rectify a situation that should have, and could have, been  resolved years ago."  They were referring to the acquisition of Lot-10  at the mouth of Roberts Creek.  Area E Director Jim Gurney said "I know it  appears that we've losl the piece because the  owner is building a house on it but that's nol necessarily as it appears."  10 YEARS AGO  A single-engine Beachcraft plane en route from  Vancouver to Powell River crashed into the mountainside near Pender Harbour secondary school,  above the Pender hydro station, some time after 2  am Saturday morning. The crash killed both occupants aboard.  A surprise visitor lo Sechelt's very successful  Timber Days evenl last week was the Honourable  Ed Broadbent, federal leader of Ihe New Democratic Party. Broadbent visited the event in the  company of federal MP Ray Skelly and provincial  MLA Don Lockstead.  Ernie Fossett was cheered on by Sue Shepherd  and a crowd of happy celebrants as he cut Ihe cake  al the Roberts Creek Community Hall's 50th birthday party.  15 YEARS AGO  In a special ceremony al the home of Clarence  Joe, manager of the Sechelt Indian Band, two Sunshine Coast infants were honoured with traditional  Indian names. Infant Nadine, daughter of Frank  and Shelly Hoehne was given the Indian name  Lam-Haat. The original Lam-Haat was a highly  respected lady chief and a lady of considerable  wealth.  The second infant to be so honoured was Quinn  Nicholson, first born of Ed and Isla. The Indian  name given to Quinn was Chasken, the name of  the great golden thunderbird at the top of the Indian totem pole  25 YEARS AGO  Ardis Crowston will celebrate her 21st birthday  this week with the first display of her paintings at  the Sunshine Coast Arts Council Gallery in  Sechelt.  Mrs. W.A.C. Bennett will have a busy schedule  when she visits the Sunshine Coast for a lea at  Sechelt and a coffee party at Pender Harbour. She  will have in her party Mrs. W.B. Black, Mrs. F.  Richter, Mrs. L.R. Peterson, Mrs. CM. Shelford  and Mrs. Ray Williston.  35 YEARS AGO  A wave in heavy seas which swept over the  back of a small open boat Saturday resulted in the  craft overturning off Roberts Creek, throwing three  people into the water.  First prize in the elementary division of the  Canadian Forestry Association's annual school  poster contest went to a 10-year-old pupil of  Roberts Creek, John Warn.  45 YEARS AGO  Only 35 percent of eligible voters cast their ballots in the recent plebiscite on $605,000 worth of  school construction. Results are awaited from  Egmont and Britain River to determine whether  the program will go ahead or not.  CLIP & SAVE  IO bcferries Schedule  VANCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  J HORSESHOE BAY-LANGDALE  i LaavsLangdals LeaveHorssshosBay  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  i 6:20 am       2:30  ��� 8:30 4:30 pm  ! 10:30 6:30  ��� 12:25pmM  8:20M  ! M-dwoUtHmrtckSw  7:30 am  9:30 M  11:30  3:30  5:30 pm  7:25 M  1:15 pm    9:15  Leave Ellis Cove  6:40 am      4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  1225 pmM   10:20 M  H-  Leave Saltery Bay  5:45 am     3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:30 M      7:30  11:30       9:20  Ijffl NATIONAL  NHS CIBSONS MAITY LTD. ��� AN INDEPfNDINT MtMIER IROKfR  _     "_    J  Sunnycmt Mal), Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C.  886-2277(24houn)TollFmfVan):682-1513Fuc886-3753 Steve Sawyer <  ���������������������������������������>������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������#  Coast News  Classifieds.  They never stop  moving.  Coast News classified ads move cars, homes, appliances and  more. To place your ad with the fastest movers on the Coast,  call 886-2622 or 885-3930  aw THANKS  to all who help us  TO HELP OTHERS  ^Thrifty*  HELP THE|  Donation*   886-2488 or Box see  35. Business &  Home Services  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping ��� Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Wuk. Frae eslimfes. 885-2109.  On  WILLS LAWN CARE  Lawn mowing, weedeating. 885-  7733. ��24w  BOSS RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard cleanup, etc. will remove  whatever tiauits you. Quick, amr-  teous service. 8854804.    124*  AARNE  ProhuloMl WUch, Clock  md JiMey Rspsirs  Scandinavian educated. 30 yean  expeiience. Call 8850624 Aarne  or leave a menage.        <24w  RRNayPsHsrs  Interior, exterior, pressure waiting, quality workmanship, satisfaction guaranleed. Bob 8854804.  t24��  ma's WINDOW WASHING  S.885-7733.I24W  WAYNE'S SERVICES  Gardening, gai weedealer, lawns,  ground maintenance, window  waMng.886.29M. 128c  Need a tfver? Cheaper lhan hauling your boat out. Anything, anywhere, any time. Search and  recovery, zinc replacement, etc.  WCB Certified Kevin 885-4666.  I24w  Lawnmowing. weedeating, garden  work. Household chores Gibsons  ���Langdale 886-3121.Peter��3c  Young lady will do houie clean-  ing/cootong and/or companion lor  elderly penon. 885-9156.   U4w  Driver clan 3 w/air, looking lor  Heady work. Don 885O190.I23C  Home cleaning and house sitting,  relerences. bondaWe 886-9679  MM  Overnight care to elderly or children, references, bondable. 886-  987ft ��35w  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard cleanup, light moves, odd  jobs, quick friendly service. 885-  9694,328-1611 cell. 122c  Female educator seeking room *  board in exchange lor gardening,  tutoring or other assistance.  July/Aug., lv. men. 886-7072.tfru  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available tor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rotolilling, odd jobs.  B65-3817. ��l��  Babysitting (anytime) r  bondatHe. 886-9879.        i36w  Happy Days Fanny Daycare, Welcome Woods, Hallmoon Bay ik  1 ful, t part*���. 0 ��� 3 yrs. 885-  0470. I22c  Attention Psrsnts: It your child's I  caie provider licensed? Cars to 3  or more children unrelated to the |  care provider requires s Hceme.  Call Health Unit at 666-5164 for |  moreinfo. ��2w  Mother of one wot*) en|oy looking I  slter your child, 1 yr. A older.  Some evenings A weekend! ok.  8860905. 122*  Unlicenced family dsycsrs,  Robert! Creek hn 1 opening,  June 1 torcMd under 3 yrs. Rels.  6650690. tfns  "KM0BKARE"  KMKMQOOM  FAULT DAYCARE  Serving ihe Csdv Grow Elemen- |  tary School area.  ��� Flexible houis ��� Transportation ���  Lunch option ��� Worry frss quality I  cars. !350/mo ��� full Urns ��� rate |  includes Professional Development snd Pirent-Teicher Interview Days. ��t7.50/daily rate (at I  available bass).  To regiiter your Kindergarten I  bound child (bom 1969) lor the  94/95 ichool twin, cal COMMIE  SINM1M.  Own Your Own Buskwss  I'll show you how lo operate your I  own succenM buiiness. As little |  as $27 gets you started. Call 885-  2146 tor complete details - no |  124*  For one ol Ihe lollowing crsstivs  oldliihKxiedreapsiisnd$2ind j  a legal size, Mll-sddriissd,  itimped envelope to Bsrwood I  Ventures. Box 232, Gibsons, BC  VON 1V0:1) 37 ways ot pnparlng  egg duties. 2) creative bsusrsgss,  3)16*iysolpreservingmists,4) I  20fish��oyiteidishei.      123c  it you have a dreem of becoming  financially independent, then lend  a legal size. Mll-sddriissd,  itsmpsd envelope to Bsrwood  Ventures, Box 232, Gibioni, BC  VON IVO. ��3c  Small affordable Iranchiie. House  lilting and pet care service, pre-  established clientele, flexible  houn. CaH Sharon 885-2228. is  Energetic loving person lo csts lor  3 0rtsage3��6. part-time, possible lull time. Cell Hinns. 866-  0916. ���**  NOTICE ll hereby given thst sn  application will bs mads to ths  Director ol Vital Statistics lor I  change ot name, pursuant to ths  proviiiom ol ths Name Act to  change my name Irom Scheldt,  Penny-Jennlsns to Davidson,  Penny-Jenniene. Dated this 25th  dayol May, 1994. ��2c  isTfrisnr,  L\1  :������  �����  LOOKING  TO  EXTRA  MONEY  OUT  OF  YOUR  BUDGET?  MONDAY, MAY 30,1994  UPCOMING MEETINGS  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  Forest Advisory Committee  Wednesday, June 1 st at 7:00 p.m.  Parks Committee  Thursday, June 2nd at 2:00 p.m.  Provincial Emergency Program  Thursday, June 2nd at 3:00 p.m. at Ihe Sechelt Fire Hall.  Public Utilities Committee  Thursday, June 9th at 2:00 p.m.  Regular Board  Thursday, June 9th at 7:30 p.m.  PENDER HARBOUR AQUATIC & FITNESS CENTRE ��� 883-2612  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 massagel 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 feel 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 REGULATIONS  ODD numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on the  following days:  ��� Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 7 -10 a.m.  ��� Monday, Wednesday, from 7 - 9 p.m.  NOTE; NO __[��__ INC. FRIDAY FVFNINf.S  EVEN numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on the  following days:  ��� Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from 7-10 a.m.  ��� Tuesday, Thursday, from 7 - 9 p.m.  NOTE NO ____[ INf. SATURDAY EVENINf.S  Note: Only 1 Sprinkler per Property is Permitted  ATTENTION:     PLEASE TURN OFF ALL SPRINKLERS IN THE  EVENT OF A FIRE IN YOUR AREA  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  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 Ihe "Earth Machine ComrMster" available for your yard at our cost of $40.87  (includes taxes). Features of this Cadillac of composters include: ��� a "how lo" book 4 10.5 cu. ft. capacity ��� rodent and raccoon  proof ay made in Canada ��� 50% recycled plastic ��� UV resistant ��� 10 year warranty.  Accessories are also available including the wingdigger aerator, video, extra copies of the "how to" book, and kitchen pail.  ORDER FORM  Enclose a cheque made out to the SCRD for the total amount of the order and return to:  Sunshine Coast Regional District, Box 800, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0  or hand deliver to the SCRD office at 5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt  We will send you a coupon to exchange for your composter at any one of our distribution sites."  Address..  I  I Name..  Mailing  | Postal Code    Phone #    Save a BACKYARD COMPOSTER and BOOK for me! $35.85 + $5.02 tax   I want and extra "how lo 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 (lax included)  I I want the KITCHEN PAIL too! $ 1.50 + $0.21 tax I  I   "COMPOSTHS AND ACCESSORIES Will BE DISTRIBUTED IN GIBSONS, SECHELT AND PENDER HARBOUR. WATCH THE SCRD BULLETIN BOARD   I  , AD FOR DETAILS ON DISTRIBUTION DAYS AND TIMES, (call Cathy Kenny at 885-2261 for mora information) "  i.  HOURS ��� MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY 8:00AM TO 5:00PM, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 6:00PM 20 Coast News, May 30, 1994  news  Grass roots organization  promotes Coast farming  by Nancy Moote  The everyday miracle of a tiny seed unfolding  is a familiar one for Robin Wheeler. Her Wesl  Sechelt cottage is jammed with flats which by  summer's end will have blossomed into a greenhouse jungle of tropical exotica: jasmine, ginger,  pineapples, bananas. She's even  grown rice in her backyard.    This spring, Wheeler planted the  seed of an idea. Seeing a need for a  farming network on the Sunshine  Coast, she founded an organization  which she named One Straw. (The  name is a nod to natural farming  guru Masanobu Fukuoka's book A  One Straw Revolution.)  In Ihree months, she's watched  her idea take root and grow inlo an  organization numbering more lhan  40 members. "At this stage It's just  like a flower opening," she says.  The group has held a seed swap, started a  library of books, videos, maps and legislation, and  published their first newsletter. The members are  developing a list of farms on the Coast, and promoting the farmers' markets (10 a.m. to 1 p.m.  every Sunday at the Roberls Creek Community  Hall and 10 am to 1 pm behind Gilligan's Pub in  Sechelt every first and third Saturday of the  month.)  One Straw was created because Wheeler kept  hearing the same questions. People would ask her  about what's happening to the Agricultural Land  Reserve on the Sunshine Coast, where they can  buy locally grown food, or how to get certified as  an organic farm.  Fujimori  trial set  Kiyonori Fujimori will stand  trial next March for the alleged  murder of a 29-year-old Gibsons  man, a BC Supreme Court determined Wednesday (May 25).  A two-week trial date, beginning March 6, 1995, was scheduled after Fujimori, 23, made a  brief appearance last week in the  Vancouver-based supreme court.  Fujimori has elected to be tried  by. judge and jury. Lawyers for  the defence and Crown council  will meel for a pre-trial conference Feb. 21,1995.  Fujimori, of Gibsons, is  charged with second degree  murder in the beating death of  Sluart Burton Brown. Brown  was killed September 19, 1993  in a late-night street Tight outside  Elphie's Cabaret in Gibsons.  Fujimori has been released on  $250,000 bail issued last October,  The case is subject to a publication ban order by the courts.  7 want it to be  known as a group  doing something  positive. But in a  pinch we'll  speak up'  ���Robin Wheeler  "I kept saying there should be an umbrella  group to do Ihis," she recalls with a laugh. "The  third time I heard myself say that, 1 came home  and wrote up the charter."  That charter describes the One Straw philosophy: promoting healthy environmental practices,  sustainable agriculture, and the  proper use and expansion of the  Agricultural Land Reserve. As  well, it encourages buying local  products, sharing resources, and  networking for mutual benefit.  Though One Straw supports  chemical-free agriculture, it's not  limited to organic farmers. Indeed,  some One Straw members don't  have so much as a house plant. As  long as members basically agree  with the group's aims, Wheeler  says, "I'm certainly behind them  whether they're organic or not."  One major focus for the group is the loss of  land from the Agricultural Land Reserve. "There is  concern that the ALR is just waiting lo be scooped  up by the developers," Wheeler says.  She was disturbed to discover that Vancouver  Island has lost more than 10 per cent of its ALR  land since the reserve was established 20 years  ago.  To forestall such losses on the Sunshine Coast,  she's researching to And out who owns agricultural  land here and what's happening to il.  "I don't want this to be known as a rabble rousing group," Wheeler says. "1 want it to be known  as a group doing something positive. But in a  pinch we'll speak up."  OpenHouse  turn  Be there or be square!  Saturday, June 4th ��� 1:00 - 5:00 PM  Tours of Shelter ��� Concession Stand ��� Yard Sale:  Household Goods, Appliances, Camping Gear  donations gratefully accepted in advance: 886-0750  915 Henry Road (top of)  |2% Sunshine Coast S.P.C.A  *V   I'll. H86CAKI- (ir**)  TO A HIGHER  DEPOSIT RAT���.  __U!Sg TH���  CflMBKAN.  Navigate SSOOO*  of W money* to SuraNnt Co��t  Credit Union betwean May ��th  and July ���th,lff4, and wa'H  navigate you to a 7V bonus  interest rate on a one year  locked-ln term deposit.  You could win  a Caribbean Cruise worth  approximately $1000, or you  could win one of three $$00  cash prises. One wW be awarded at each branch. For every  $1000 deposited you receive one  entry form. The more you  deposit, the greater your  chances of winning.  Take another look  at those funds you have elsewhere. 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