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 wXrfUMv�� Building  f.Jllament Bu.U-iings  vXcTbRtA. Q.C  >/��V   1X9  94.09  Attention  ���.Rod Cardin  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  May 9,1994 Volume 48 Issue 19  THFJEEEK  WITHIN  ������������������������������������  They're passing  by a place  near you  3  Dogged reporter  issues warning  for Roberts   m  Creek        4  6  This is where the  squares  are coming  together  Pi!  provincial  champs in  ^q  Kamloops   10  This pooch,  found in Pender  Harbour, and  many other  animals in need  of good homes  are waiting at the  SPCA.  Call 886-CARE  Sunshine Coast  resident awarded  Order of BC  Granthams Landing resident Ric Careless has been chosen to  receive the Order of British Columbia.  Premier Mike Harcourt announced May 6 that Careless was one of  12 BC residents to be honored with the medal.  Careless was selected because of his tireless work as executive  director of Tatshenshini Wild and his past association with the Sierra  Club and for his work as a river conservationist.  Careless, the award announcement states, "is one of British  Columbia's leading environmental activists and a key player behind  the decision to preserve the Tatshenshini."  Harcourt said Careless and the other 11 recipients "have made a  tremendous contribution to science, business, the environment,  music, literature and the community.  "Through their work, we have learned a lot about British  Columbia and ourselves."  Making his award selection even sweeter is the fact that over 200  nominations were received for the Order of BC, currently held by  about 80 British Columbians.  The recipients are selected by an advisory committee separate  from the government and headed by the Chief Justice of BC. The  awards will be presented in a ceremony at Victoria's Government  House, June 16.  Careless was unavailable for comment on his award at press time.  Summertime blues?  Summertime and the llvln' b easy. Tin Barrett blows bis saxophone in lower Gibsons' warm air to  busk in some spare change. Joel Johnstone photo  SPCA interested in new deal... and more money  by Don Anderson  If the District of Sechelt and  Sunshine Coast Regional District  (SCRD) want to continue to have  their stray dogs impounded, it's  going to cost them.  That was the message from  Clint Davy, shelter manager for  the Society for the Prevention of  Cruelty to Animals (SPCA) during his presentation to District of  Sechelt councillors last Wednesday (May 4).  "We feel we have to come to  another arrangement with Gibsons and the regional district,"  Davy said. "Quite frankly, we  are losing money because  (impounds) are having a negative  impact on our shelter."  Between June 6 of last year  and the end of April, 1994, the  SPCA impounded 255 dogs at  the Henry Road shelter. Of that  number, 159 were picked up  within regional district boundaries and another 29 were nabbed  in Sechelt.  That represents roughly 77  per cent of the total number of  dogs contained. The remainder  (58) were picked up in Gibsons  over the course of 11 months.  "This is really putting a major  strain on our resources," Davy  said.  On June 6, the SPCA  assumed control of the shelter  through a written contract with  the Town of Gibsons. Under that  contract, the SPCA would lease  the land from the lown for $1 a  year.  Gibsons has since agreed to  allow the SPCA to retain the $8 a  day boarding fee charged to  owners of impounded dogs and  is considering allocating 10 per  cent of Ihe SPCA's dog-licence  sales to the shelter.  Gibsons has also provided  $600 as a grant-in-aid to the shelter and $1,500 to upgrade it. Last  year, the Sechelt Indian Band  donated $850 for upgrade work,  while Sechelt provided $150.  The regional district did not  donate to the effort.  Under a verbal arrangement,  worked out with Sechelt and the  regional district when the society  took over the shelter, stray dogs  are held for three days and, if  unclaimed, become what are  known as "SPCA dogs." Boarding fees collected from owners of  impounded dogs are then  returned to the District of Sechelt  and the regional district  Davy estimates it costs the  society at least $20 a day to look  after an animal, after food, transportation, administrative and  other extraneous costs are  accounted for.  In an interview last Thursday,  Davy said the SPCA may refuse  to accept any more animals from  the regional district and Sechelt  He is particularly angry at the  regional district which he feels  has been "pretty well getting a  free ride.  He is also disappointed with  Sechelt's decision to amend its  animal-control bylaw and  vicious-dog bylaw  without  informing the SPCA. Davy  believes that the vicious-dog  bylaw amendment would place  too much power in the hands of  one person to decide exactly  what is a vicious dog.  The District of Sechelt has  decided to postpone passing the  amended bylaws pending further  review.  Mayor Earl Basse expressed  concern about whether the district would have to pay more if it  entered into new agreement with  the SPCA. He also indicated that  there would be no sense in passing the bylaw if it would  inevitably have to be changed  again.  Clint Davy  Forest industry spends big money on war of words  by Darah Hansen  Just how much does it cost to  run an advertising war these  days?  If the standards set by  MacMillan Bloedel, the BC Forest Alliance and Greenpeace  Canada are anything to go by ���  more than $1 million a year.  And that's just for a few  advertisements in the national  news media.  MacMillan Bloedel and ihe  Alliance say they have had to  spend money on advertising to  counter a publicity campaign  started by Greenpeace.  MacMillan Bloedel is the  biggest spender in the recent  environmental war of words.  Company spokesman Dennis  Fitzgerald said the company  spent about $1 million last year  on public relations, with advertising being "far and away" the  largest expenditure.  With full-page ads running in  national daily newspapers,  Fitzgerald said the company is  trying to communicate the  "facts" ��� particularly in regard  to what industry calls the Clayoquot compromise.  MacBlo is Ihe largest  licensee in the controversial old  growth Clayoquot forest located  on Vancouver Island.  Two recent ads ��� which ran  in the Globe and Mail, the Van-  couver Sun, the Vancouver  Province, the Financial Post  and Ihe Victoria Times-Colonist  ��� target Greenpeace, saying the  organization should "get ils facts  straight," adding lhal MacBlo  has "accepted responsibility for  change."  The ads come after MacBlo  lost two contracts in England ���  totalling aboul $8 million ��� as  a result of an international  "clearcut-free"      campaign  launched by Greenpeace.  "What alternatives does the  company have?" Fitzgerald  asked.  Anne McMullin, media relations manager of the 7,000-  metnber BC Forest Alliance,  said $200,000 of her organization's annual budget of $2 million is allocated to newsprint or  television ads.  The alliance ��� with 75 per  cent of its budget supplied by  the BC forest industry, and  whose stated purpose is to provide for the economic and environmental heallh of both BC  forests and industries ��� perceives Greenpeace's "clearcut-  free" campaign as a "major  threat" to the international  forestry market, especially overseas, McMullin said.  The alliance's $200,000 is  being used to combat the dissemination of "misinformation"  on the part of Greenpeace,  McMullin said. The alliance ads  provide the "correct and right  information."  Meanwhile, Greenpeace  Canada, a non-profit organization with 327,000 members, has  already blown its 1994 advertising budget of $60,000.  Greenpeace media director  Tamara Stark this is the first  year the organization has budgeted for advertising, a result of  the recent "anti-Greenpeace"  ads launched by the BC forest  industry.  Stark said Greenpeace does  not intend to spend much more  on the public campaign trail; it's  "loo expensive."  She said Greenpeace gets its  message out through the media,  free public service announcements and door-to-door campaigning.  _.__  __________  m_W_m_m_mm Coast News, May 9,1994  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary  Sechelt Branch  SPRING LUNCHEON  Home-made Soups, Sandwiches,  Salad Plates, Desserts  plus  CRAFTS & PLANTS FOR SALI'  Indian Band Hall, Wed. May 18  11:00 am-2:00 pm  FREE  film or  2nd set  of prints  with each film developed  1 hour photos  5x7 prints 99*  Buy  Trade ��Rent  Sega or Super  Nintendo  113-5711 TtreloStraftlMlnlt 88S-2882  Fishing for the big one in the great wide open, Troy Haleta, front, Lucas Gorman, centre, and Tori Haleta jig for elusive trout at  Gibsons Marina. Joel Johnstone photo  Court order sought to destroy boat shed  by Darah Hansen  The Sunshine Coast Regional  District (SCRD) is seeking a  court injunction to allow it to  proceed with a demolition order  JBigtritt ot g>ctl)rit  PO Box 129,5645IntelAwnue, Sechel, B.C. VON3A0 Telephone(604)665-1966 Fax (604)665-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Regular Council Meetings  Regular council meetings are held the 1st and  3rd Wednesday of eveiy month at 7:30 p.m. in  the Council Chamber at the Municipal Hall,  5545 Inlet Avenue.  Burning Permits  A Burning Permit is required year-round for  all land clearing type fires. Application may  be made to the Fire Chief at the Fire Station.  Garden refuse  The District of Sechelt Burning Bylaw was  recently amended and now prohibits the  burning of toxic materials and certain  construction waste. Garden refute may  only be burned from November 1 tt to  April let. The bylaw may be reviewed at the  Municipal Hall. The Fire Department can  advise on additional requirements.  m:i  Committee Meeting Detes  May 1994  Finance Committee  Wednesday, May 11th, 19$ftat 2:Q0 p.m.,  Planning Committee -.������'���  Tuesday, Mty24th,19��*aH;3QMV-"  to be followed by the Environment  Committee  Community Llalton  Wednesday, May 25th, 1994 at 2:30p.m.  to be followed by Economic Development  Committee  cup W save  Sunshine Coast Arena  In Line Roller skating and Hockey  Friday'e Program  7:00 ��� 8:30pm public roller skate  8:30 - 10:00pm Teen roller skate  Dates: May 6,13,20,27,1994  June 3,10,17,24,1994  Saturday'! Program  1:00 - 2pm Tiny Tot and beginners roller skate  2:00 - 3:30pm Scrub roller hockey (ages 6-12)  3:30 - 5:00pm Scrub roller hockey (ages 13-18)  5:00 - 6:30pm Scrub roller hockey (ages 19 & up)  6:30 ��� 8:00pm Public roller skate (general)  8:00pm on, open tor bookings  Dates: May 7,14,21,28,1994  June 4,11,18,25. 1994  FULL GEAR is required for Scrub Hockey.  NO rentals are available  Scrub hockey rates are $5.00 per person  Public roller skates are: Adults $3.00  Teens $2.75  Child $2.00  Garbage Collection  Residential Pick up  Residents of the District of Sechelt are  hereby advised that commencing in  1994, property tax notices will Include  a separate user fee for garbage  disposal. Only improved properties  (i.e., single family dwellings) will pay  this user fee and vacant properties will  not be charged for the service. Pick up  will be restricted to two standard  sized garbage cant per household.  Commercial Pick up  Garbage collection from commercial  businesses and multi-family  developments will be discontinued and  owners will be responsible for making  their own arrangements with a disposal  company.  Mayor's Hotline  ��  885-5360  Adopt-A-Hydrant  Are you aware that in addition to  providing fire  protection services,  the Volunteer Fire Departments on the  Sunshine Coast are  also responsible for  maintaining a clear  access around all the  fire hydrants in their  areas?  Why not help your  local volunteer firefighters by adopting a hydrant In your  neighbourhood and keep it clear of  grass, bushes and other debris. The Fire  Department needs immediate, unencumbered access to all hydrants from the  roadway in case of a fire in your  neighbourhood.  Remember, the property you help  save might be your own.  Thanks for your support.  Sechelt Celebration Days  June 4th, 1994  Volunteers are needed to assist the co-ordinator Ann Byres with preparations. Anyone  interested in having a crafts booth or in providing entertainment should also caH Ann.  Telephone 886-8778  on a boat-house built by Hopkins  Landing resident George Skea.  "It's in the hands of the  lawyers," SCRD administrator  Larry Jardine said in an interview  Thursday (May 5) ��� one week  after the regional district gave  final approval to an order to go  ahead with the demolition of the  shed.  The demolition was averted  Friday (April 29) after Skea successfully blocked the access to  his property making it impossible  for bulldozers hired by the  regional district to proceed with  the order. A court injunction  would make it illegal for anyone  to interfere with the demolition  order again, Jardine said.  The SCRD, he added, has no  interest in "doing physical battle"  With Skea "or anyone else" to  remove the building.   ' 'Jirdine said' getting, the  injunction will likely take up to  George Skea  two weeks and there is no guarantee the judge will grant it.  He declined to speculate on  what the judicial outcome might  be, saying only that, "in our  view, we've followed proper  procedure under the Municipal  Act."  ;.' According ty regional district  bylaws, all costs associated with  the demolition, including legal  fees, will be charged back to  Skea on his taxes.  The battle between Skea and  Ihe regional district over the boat  shed has been on-going for several months.  The SCRD contends the shed  is illegal because Skea failed to  get the necessary permit to build  it. Skea was denied the permit on  the grounds that the shed ��� built  to house a 102-foot wooden vessel which Skea is building by  hand ��� is too big under area  bylaws governing his residential-  ly-zoned property.  But Skea maintains he was  given verbal permission to go  ahead with the shed's construction from a former district planner, Ray Coates.  .. Skea has promised lo dismantle the shed when he is finished  the boat He estimates that .will  lake another 18 months.  Organic produce lean-to still up,  town council still wants it down  by Ian Cobb  The Town of Gibsons wants  the organic produce stand beside  Variety Foods taken down  ASAP.  Town officials also have gone  beyond stand operator Nanci  Gaudry and are now concentrating their pressure for bylaw compliance on Karl Heinz Schroers,  the owner of the Gower Point  Road food store and deli. The  produce stand's lean-to is adjacent to the store, but the property  is owned by a third party.  "We've told Karl we expect  the lean-to down and it hasn't  gone down," Gibsons administrator Dan Legg said on May 6.  The town maintains the lean-  to from which Gaudry's produce  stand operates was constructed  without a building permit and is  unsafe.  Schroers said he hoped  Gaudry would comply with the  town order.  "If it's not taken down by  Wednesday, the town said they  will revoke my business  licence," he said.  While Wednesday, May 11  has been bandied about as the  final date for Gaudry or Schroers  to dismantle the stand, Legg said  no date has been finalized.  However, he admitted the  idea of reviewing Schroers' business licence has been explored,  as have other options, such as  passing a special bylaw to deal  with the dismantling of the lean-  to.  If that happened, the lean-to  would be removed and the cost  of the removal would be billed  to the property owner.  'We're not trying to  throw her off; we're  just asking her to  comply'  -John McNevin  "If someone has a business  licence with the town and aren't  following bylaw requirements, it  can go up for review."  "None of us want to see it (the  produce stand) go bul others in  the community respect bylaws,"  Gibsons counsellor John  McNevin said during a May 3  council meeting. "We're not trying to throw her off; we're just  asking her to comply."  "I feel like the bad guy in the  press," he added, noting the publicity in the Coast News regarding the order to remove the lean-  to.  He said the town told Gaudry  and Schroers three months ago  the produce stand could continue  to operate elsewhere as long as  parking requirements were met.  To compensate, the stand was  moved to the front of Variety  Foods, all part of what McNevin  called "alternate arrangements."  Mayor Eric Small said the  alternate arrangements were  originally suggested by council.  But Gaudry has charged that  the town is using "scare tactics"  with her and Schroers and that  they can't make up their minds  what their beef with the lean-to  is.  "It went from not meeting the  code to not having a building  permit," she said. "They're stuck  in one law...stuck in the  moment."  Gaudry also disputes a comment she alleges was made by  mayor Small on a local cablevi-  sion talk show that "the town has  bent over backwards" to accommodate her. "I nearly fainted,"  Gaudry said.  Meanwhile, Ihere has been an  outpouring of support for her  from the Lower Gibsons business community, and from customers and non-customers alike,  Gaudry said.  One local business/properly  owner has even started circulating a petition.  "It's signed by a lol of business people down here," Gaudry  said.  Council powerless against shake mill  The District of Sechelt may  not be able to enact a demolition  order against the owner of the  Wilson Creek shake mill, even if  the safety fencing is not up to its  liking.  It had appeared that mill  owner Edward Marshall had  complied with a municipal order  to put up safety planking, or  fencing, around Ihe site to meet  building code requirements, or  face complete demolition of the  building.  Bul that fencing was called  into question during last  Wednesday's (May 4) council  meeting, after building inspector  John Wright had visited the site  in late April.  It seems Ihe fencing wilh  which Marshall attempted to  meet building code requirements  may have been half-hearted,  since it only surrounds half of Ihe  building and is elevated a foot  off the ground. "My interpretation of the code is that it is not  acceptable and these spaces must  be closed up," said municipal  planner Rob Buchan.  Although the actual building  is now considered safe under Ihe  building code, "whal we now  have is a fence thai is sub-standard and a site thai is contaminated," Buchan Mid.  Municipal clerk Michael  Vaughan said a demolition order  would deal strictly with the safety of the building and any further  development on Ihe site could  become an environmental issue.  The partially-demolished  structure was formerly used aa a  shake mill and blacktop dumping  site. The municipality has  attempted to conlacl Marshall, to  no avail. Staff will continue to  review the fencing and building  axle issues. Coast News, May 9, 1994  news  Transition House garners  council support for move  by Don Anderson  The Transition House will get  its move after all.  Sechelt council has indicated  it will support the proposed  move of the women's shelter to a  more centrally-located neighborhood in Sechelt.  Minicipal staff have begun  preparing a zoning amendment  bylaw which will likely state that  transition houses are a permitted  use in a residential neighborhood.  The suggestion of "spot" zoning for the home will not be factored into the bylaw.  For the Sunshine Coasl Community Services Society, council's decision to support the  move was much awaited and an  issue of urgency. It had already  received overwhelming support  from the neighbours of the property in question.  Community Services put an  offer on the proposed house in  March and is anxiously awaiting  the drafting of the bylaw, which  would ensure the purchase and  transfer of the new house.  "If council had deferred this  another month, the vendor just  wouldn't have been able to hold  on (lo it)," said Vicki Dobbyn,  executive director for the society.  Approval of the re-zoning  amendment must occur if the  society is to receive assistance  from Canada Mortgage & Housing Corporation (CMHC).  The society has a mortgage on  the existing house which will be  transferred with the purchase of  the new home, contingent on  passing of the bylaw amendment.  The society would like to complete the move by Sept. 1.  "The urgency was that we  would lose th j potential of this  particular house if we weren't  allowed to proceed with re-zoning," Dobbyn said.  "If council had said 'gee, we  don't support this at all,' we  would have had to collapse the  deal."  ' Being centrally located will  eliminate many of the hurdles  that the Transition House has had  to contend wilh in its present  location. "What it will mean is,  because we are closer to town,  the women can be much more  independent in terms of getting  to their medical appointments,  lawyer, social services ��� at the  moment we are doing a lot of  taxiing back and forth," Dobbyn  said.Going through the bylaw  amendment process may lead to  the exposure of the actual location of the new home, Dobbyn  said, but it is comforting to know  that men rarely show up at such  homes and cause trouble.  There has been only one  instance at the Sunshine Coast  Transition House where an irate  husband had actually been able  to find the home.  Still, it's enough of a potential  hazard to prompt Dobbyn to ask  media not to disclose the exact  location or neighborhood of the  new home.  "It's just lhat we have to continually be prepared for an incident. A lot of it is jusl making the  women feel safe," she said.  Commod6re Blaine Hagedorn salutes members of the Gibsons Yacht Club during the annual sail-past  May i.Hi sailor* will hold th* lint Gibsons Yacht Club Regatta May 21-23. " '    Joel Johnstone photo  Elphi residents slam bypass routes  Members of the Elphinstone  Electors Association voiced their  dissatisfaction with the options  of the impending Gibsons highway bypass at the Sunshine  Coast Regional Board (SCRD)  last Thursday (April 28)  Speaking on behalf of the  association, Steve Holland told  the board that running the proposed highway through Henry or  Payne Road west of Gibsons ���  as the Ministry of Highways has  suggested ��� would be a "harassed solution."  Residents along the road are  worried Ihe bypass will destroy  the rural nature of the area. Some  residents are even prepared to  move if the bypass goes through,  Holland said.  Holland added that the association is further protesting the  Town of Gibsons' recent decision to approve Henry Road as a  connector in the bypass.  The regional board has voted  in favour of Payne Road as the  connector.  The association is pushing for  Conrad Road, northwest of Gibsons, as a third option to be considered.  The option was supported by  the regional board at a meeting in  January. At that time, SCRD  directors agreed to send a letter  to the highways ministry asking  that Conrad Road be added to the  list of possible connector routes.  At Thursday's meeting, both  Gibsons Mayor Eric Small and  regional directors told Holland  that the Henry and Payne routes  are supported only as connectors  and not for the bypass itself.  Currently the bypass is considered the "road to nowhere."  Highways has spent an estimated  $11 million on the project. To  date, construction on the bypass  remains unfinished.  The ministry plan is to reroute ferry traffic from the Langdale terminal through to either  Payne or Henry Road in Gibsons  and out to Highway 101.  Dave Liniger, Co-founder and Chairman of Remax International,  congratulates John Gonzaga for earning membership into the Remax  International 100% Club. John has also qualified within the top 100 Remax  producers nationwide, plus the Top Producer Award for the Sunshine Coast in  the past two years and is in the top 1% of all realtors in the Greater Vancouver  MLS area which also qualified him for the MLS President's Club Award.  When you're ready to buy or sell your home, call John Gonzaga at 886-2670.  advertisement  SENIORS DAY  EVERY WEDNESDAYREFRESHMEm  WILL BE SERVED!  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The push is coming from Victoria, but the  shove is going on at the local level ��� or so you might think if  you read only the headline of a story on the subject which  appeared in the May 5 Coast News Weekender.  "Axe falls on school district admin jobs," the headline said.  However, if you read the story underneath you would have  seen that the local administrative cuts are almost exclusively  aimed at what should probably be called clerical or junior  administration staff���jobs that mostly pay less than $30,000 a  year. And staffing freezes in maintenance and janitorial  staffing don't exactly amount to big-time savings, either. Or at  least, not the biggest possible.  As well, there are some job reassignments in the works and  some building realignments such as turning the school district  board room into office space.  However, what about cuts to the salaries of the big-time  administrators, the ones who earn in the range of $60,000-  $80,000 a year?  Since many people in this salary range tend to be administrators who do some planning and then pass the actual work  onto clerical staff or administrative assistants, would it not  make more sense to retain and retrain (if necessary) these less  expensive employees ��� even give them a raise ��� and give the  boot to some of the 'high-ticket' administrators?  If we were to do this, we would stand a better chance of  retaining jobs for the greater number of people who do the  actual work, and gain more in actual dollars.  Besides, if the provincial government is serious about cutting back on administrative expenses at the local level, why  couldn't education bureaucrats in Victoria do some of this  planning? Apparently the cutbacks the province envisions at  the local level haven't been implemented at the departmental  level. How else to explain that Victoria has at its beck and call  people it will send out to tell 'outlying' school boards how to  cut costs?  The local school board has declined such offers, in any case,  arguing that such a course of action would threaten its autonomy (we think that's the argument, at any rate). Instead, our  school board wants money from the province so it can hire its  own consultants for the very same purpose.  Who knows what this particular disagreement is really  about?  But is it possible that the people from Victoria might target  some of those better paid senior administrative positions  instead of the rank-and-file employees? Apparently we are not  going to find out.  In any case, the school board should remember one thing.  Its main purpose is to deliver education to students. If programs and facilities and teachers and students and junior  admistrative and custodial staff are all going to feel the pinch  through losing their jobs, don't the top-level administrators  have an obligation to taste a little of their own medicine if they  are going to remain job cut-free? Perhaps they should volunteer to cut their own salaries by five per cent, as their counterparts in Alberta are being forced to do.  Who knows? They might find that taking such action would  give them a great level of moral satisfaction, since any such  savings would be put back into helping pay for actual delivery  of education to the students, where it belongs.  And having once cut their own salaries, these administrators  might even find they would wish to continue doing so on an  annual basis.  And in the process, they would be taking part in a very useful educational experience.  Enough transition,  already  The Transition House is not a  group home for unruly teens,  nor is it a recovery house for  prisoners or drug addicts. The  shelter is a centre for women  (52 per cent of the adult population) and their children, when  applicable.  Some women must use the  place as a refuge from their abusive partner, as our society has  not seriously addressed family  violence as a problem. Others  use the service as a crisis line  for when they are not coping  with their situation and need an  outside and professional ear to  help sort out options, etc. Other  women work there and provide  for their families with salaries  (that) only the dedicated and  committed would accept. These  are all good reasons for a service and nothing to be. ashamed  of.  Why is Transition House still  incognito? Why don't they  reach a little higher?  How about a real Women's  Centre, one lhat provides daycare at odd hours, shelter at all  hours, a high-profile office an  facility right on Ihe main street  that says "We are women and  that's okay!"  There is now a Women's  Resources Centre that doesn't  really have a home; funding has  been made available for second  stage housing for high-risk  women in transition; Transition  House itself must be worth over  $200,000, not to mention the  public support that is really  there (who would say it is not a  good service?).  So why fool around with  finicky residential areas and  uneducated politicians? Why not  pool funds, call it a business and  push through all the red tape  like any other developer? Unfortunately I suspect that the people  who are helping women rise to  their full potential are women  themselves raised in this same  society and have too been told  to be good girls, be quiet, don't  be loo pushy and my all-time  favourite ��� it's probably just  PMS.  BRiDCi T BARAGAR  Halftnoon Bay  Taxed for divorce?  Get write on it  I thank Eve Quigley for taking the time to write about a federal government law which  adversely affects thousands of  single parents across Canada. I  believe the law governing the  taxing of 'maintenance payments' is 50 years old. This law  doesn't appear to be of any  importance to anybody but those  who it primarily and detrimentally affects.  The saying, "if you want  something done do it yourself,"  is most appropriate in this situation. If any single parent in  Canada feels strongly enough  about the tax law which discriminates against them they must  start the ball rolling on their  own.  Tenacity, perseverance and  determination are prerequisites.  Nobody of influence will care  otherwise and the discrimination  and tax demands will continue  unrelentingly.  .Single parents are a minority  and at that, not a high priority  minority. They maintain a very,  very low profile...not a sketch  of success.  lettenvnlcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions (Or brevity, clarity and legality. Please mall  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 460, Qibsons, B.C.  V0M1V0  I believe it can be. The outcome depends upon the depth of  caring of those most affected.  To begin sketching success,  write to David Anderson, Minister of National Revenue, CIBC  Bldg., Suite 1750-400 Burrard  St., Vancouver, BC V6C 3A6 or  Room 133, East Block, House  of Commons, Ottawa, Ontario,  K1A0A6.  Representing MPs should get  a copy.  MOIRA ZEALAND  Sechelt  A rather moving  experience  On Saturday, April 23 a public-spirited group of gentlemen  moved 150 theatre seats from  storage to the future Gibsons  Community Cultural Centre.  The directors of the Qibsons  Landing Heritage Society would  like to thank muscle men John  Austin, John Bolton, Lyn Christian and Gary Kent. We would  also like to thank the very community-minded John DeKleer  who has been storing the seals  for three years.  If you would like to hear  more about the WI Hall project  or would care to become  involved in ils restoration,  please contact our secretary,  Nest Lewis at 886-7573 or 886-  8998.  We hope that the doors will  soon open and we will have a  cultural centre in Gibsons.  FRED INGLIS, President  Gibsons Landing Heritage  Society  Dog bites dogged reporter in Roberts Creek: a warning  This is a weird tale.  Perhaps it's weirder for me than the reader.  Allow me to explain.  Violence is something most reporters have to  contend wilh at certain points in their careers.  In the three years I've been doing this type of  work, I've had my head split open, an ash tray  thrown at me, several threats of bodily harm directed at me, the lug nuts on my Iruck lires loosened  and, most recently, been bitten by a large dog.  It's understandable that people will get miffed  when you write about iheir pilfering escapades in  other people's homes, their misappropriation of  other folks' funds and/or take pictures of them when  they're not having good-hair days  These are dangers we have lo contend with in  Ihis business and luckily, the majority of the stuff  we cover is harmless.  Now the weird pan.  I didn't want to write aboul being bitten by a dog  because, for one thing, I literally grew up in a dog  kennel and I'm nol scared of dogs and the incident  ticked me off more than frightened mc. However,  my editor, who I shall call...Larry, thought it might  be the professional thing to do, what with all the  canine hallucinations occurring on the Coast these  days.  Larry posed the question: "What if someone else  Is bitten by this dog, and bitten worse?"  I spoke to my wife about my reluctance to write  aboul getting bitten and she really knocked me for a  between the lines  loop. "How would you like it if our daughter was  bitten by this dog?" she asked me. "What about  someone else's daughter?"  Case closed. I'll spill the beans.  Some lime ago, I was approached by a woman  who lives in Roberts Creek, who told me the local  dog catcher was unjustly harassing and "stalking"  her and her dog.  My reporter's nose took off like a rabbil on  speed. "Sniff, sniff���a story."  She told me the dog catcher had given her a ticket because her dog wasn't licenced and then had  continued to harass her. Her story could be proved  through documents that had been filed in a lawsuit  she'd initiated against the man in civil court.  She delivered court documents to me and spelled  oul a pretty harrowing tale. One lhat I cannot, to this  moment, dispute. I spoke with the dog catcher and  he told me he had nothing to say, thai it was up to  the court to decide the matter.  While doing further research, which included  Ian cobb  some checking up on the woman who'd come lo me  wilh the complaint, I discovered she had moved lo  the Coast to escape a pretty grim past, and that she  had purchased a large German shepherd to protect  herself.  I was alto lold that the dog had become her  touchstone to safety and that she became embroiled  with the dog catcher because her baby ��� she called  the dog her "child" ��� her source of safety, was  being jeopardized.  Even with the help of the court documents, my  editor wasn't convinced we had sufficient evidence  lo support her claim that the dog catcher had unduly  or unjustly singled out her and her dog ��� not  enough to write a news story about, at any rale.  So I arranged to return the documents to her.  When I arrived at her place, a funky A-frame, I  unhitched the gate to the small fenced in area directly in the front and walked up to the steps leading up  to a short deck in front of the house.  The door opened and I noticed the woman, who  was expecting me. I also noticed a large German  shepherd burst through the door and lunge at me.  The first snap of in jaws caught me in the beer-blub-  bery part of the ole 30-somelhing expanding turn.  The woman told the dog to "Uncle" but it still  wanted some reporter for lunch. She either couldn't,  or wouldn't, bring her dog under control.  The only reason I didn't gel bitten worse than I  did was that I didn't panic. I just twisted and turned  from the dog's snapping teeth and let ihe animal  gnaw on my jean jacket-covered arm until eventually I could squeeze through the gale and split.  "It's just a flesh wound," I remember thinking.  "I've had worse."  I also remember thinking that if someone else  had been in my place ��� someone easily frightened  by dog* or unfamiliar with them ��� they could have  been badly hurt. I have kind of a split responsibility  here. I promised not to reveal the woman's name or  circumstances. And I'm trying honour that pledge.  Thai's probably why I didn't report the incident.  At the same time, as a resident of Roberts Oeek,  I feel I have a responsibility to the rest of the community, too. And this is ihe best I can do to meet  both responsibilities.  1 don't want to alarm anyone, but I know from  firsthand experience that there is one German shepherd in Roberts Creek lhat will attack someone  known to its mistress and not respond immediately  to her attempts lo call il off.  I thought you should know.  COAST^NEWS  ���KOSCTpWOrt mMttt tot  te9 CoiSf Wfwi Ot Iftf WttmtlHltl;  ran*: I year ��� I !<��� < I! As CST ��� SIMS  6 months ��� >20< $140 CST-12140  reams���:  1 vf tl ��� S60 (No GST)  *rf. No 4702  The Sumhine Coait News is published on  the Sunshine Coast B.C eveiy Monday by  (Mm oak* ��� sir Crake lama  Bo. 4*0 Cibsons, B C. VON IVO  1604) 8862622. Fa. (MM) 8(6-7725  SecAe* Office  S7}ICt���tie SI  Boa 68 Sechek. B C . VON 1A0  iMMI 88S-MJO. Editorial 160411��5 J980.  Fa. |604| MS 1154  Gary ������������  GvdvOarderoon Jence Eancnda.  S<raa C-Trata-Seitari.  Suean Comer  e**ee Larry MarinM  Oar an Hanaan. Un Cone  Don*  Otssee trteetao���    Ares. Thomeen  Anna Pag*  Carol Buney  PatTnpp  ��m��a VecTMan.  Euatwn s>"pe  Pamoa Worte  lorn iwmmstaWt AWM&W'ANING taes-asayee  The Sunshine Coasl News is prelected by copynjht  and leproductnn ol any pan ol il by any means is  prohibited unless permission in wnting is Ani secured  from Glasslord Press lid. holder ol Ihe ��� opynihl Coast News, May 9,1994  letters  Kennel operator grapples with vicious dogs  Re: Lionel Trudel's letter,  Dogs get bum rap.  While I believe I understand  the intent of this letter, there are  many errors and inaccuracies  which warrant correction, specifically:  ��� While domesticated dogs  bear many similarities and  instincts with wolves, they share  little in common (beyond fur and  four legs) with deer or cougar.  ��� No breed of dog has been  'corrupted' because its standard  calls for "long-nosed, high ears,  flat-backed variations."  ��� A well bred, properly  trained Rottweiler, pitbull, German shepherd or Doberman  (especially) needs no more  "enclosure due to their aggressive nature" than a well-bred,  properly trained Lab; il is simply  responsible pet ownership to  have a fenced yard and to control  your dog on a leash in public  areas.  ��� Aggression is not a "natural  by-product of frustration and  Toward freeing the  whales...  After reading the series of  articles regarding captured  whales by Coast News reporter  Darah Hansen, my friends and I  decided lo have a yard sale with  proceeds going to Lifeforce  Foundation of Vancouver. Life-  force is a group concerned with  Animal Welfare Plus and is  presently involved with other  groups in a Free-the-Whales-  and-Dolphins campaign.  Our yard sale held May 1  was a splendid success and 1  thank all who supported our  efforts.  Thanks lo Coasl Cable for  the Community Memo  announcement and Dolores  Bernard of Gibsons for supplying all the posters. Special  thanks, too, to the many persons  who willingly gave cash as well  as articles for sale, and to those  who came early in the morning ���  and stayed lale into the afternoon working at the tables all  the long day.  To see the whales swimming  free in the oceans where they  belong is far removed from the  sad fad that Corky, belonging to  a pod from the Georgia Strait,  still lingers in captivity while  Keiko, an orca from an Icelandic pod, and who had the  starring role in the movie, Free  Willy, remains far from home in  Mexico Cily, surrounded by his  cement walls.  This year's yard uie was just  the beginning of several  fundraising functions we will be  involved with on behalf of these  wonderful whales and, of  course, other creatures great and  small.  VIOLET WINEGARDEN  Gibsons  Pot conspiracy?  The federal government,  under pressure from pot smokers disguised as environmentalists, has agreed to allow the  growing of hemp under specially licensed conditions, the main  condilion being that the hemp is  low in cannabis and that the  product be used only for paper  and cloth production.  It i* obvious thai the situation  will be impossible to police.  Are authorities going to go inlo  a farmer's field and lest every  plant for Ihe level of cannabis?  The whole idea is based on  the false premise lhal hemp  fibre has a market in the produc-  desperation," and in fact, a sound  dog would require considerable  abuse or taunting before it would  be willing to bite a human (there  is a distinct difference between a  fear-biter and an aggressive  dog).  ��� Dogs don't "leave" their  human pack because of "bad  diet" (or there wouldn't be so  many cheap, unbalanced diets on  the store shelves).  ��� Dog traits are not  "imposed" by humans; we can  however affect their expression  by breeding "for" some traits and  breeding "away" from others.  I believe the dog and cat  tragedy as it exists presently is a  simple case of numbers. There  are too many pets being allowed  to reproduce.  The Canadian Kennel Club  (and we, as members) have proposed legislation, which is  before Agriculture Canada,  attempting lo curtail the proliferation of animals imported from  American puppy mills. By the  way, if a pet store tells you its  stock didn't come from a puppy  mill, in all likelihood it came  from a 'broker' who supplied  them from a mill (American registration of a pup born in a mid-  Western state should make you  suspicious).  Either through ignorance or  arrogance, people feel they are  entitled to breed their pet (purebred or mixed) without regard to  the thousands put down every  year.  While proper education will  reduce the numbers of litters  being born, there will always be  a percentage of owners who will  not listen to reason and it is they  who will force the creation of  laws which restrict us all and  perhaps that is as il should be.  Well researched, non-breed-  specific laws may well be what  is required to stem this tide.  One last comment; I don't  believe anyone is entitled to harbour a vicious or dangerous animal (regardless of who you wish  to blame for its existence). Those  who suggest il is humane lo confine a dog to an impenetrable,  inescapable pen or yard, not out  of civic responsibility, but  because of fear for what the animal might do, need lo re-think  their philosophy.  GORDON POLLOCK  Gibsons  Moving the shelter  What a relief to finally hear  of Ihe possibilty of moving the  SPCA shelter. From the beginning 1 could never see the sense  of it being al one end of a long  peninsula.  Of course it should be near  Ihe centre to best serve the  whole coast.  And of course in a properly  zoned area. Somebody goofed  badly. I, for one, am in favour  of the airport area.  MS. D. DULSON  Gibsons  lion of paper and cloth; one  wonders if the government advisors who suggested this idea  weren't themselves stoned at the  time.  Hemp is produced in large  amounts in India and China and  both these countries have difficulty selling their product on the  world markei in spite of the fact  the labour is cheap and growing  conditions far superior lo anything in Canada.  Hemp fibre can be used in  the production of high quality  paper and clothing and...used to  be used in the production of  rope. Hemp does not replace  wood fibre and therefore will  not reduce logging.  The most telling argument  against hemp production in  Canada and, in fact, in most  temperate climates, is that there  is a far superior fibre which is  available at lower cost which is  being burnt in farmers fields  because of lack of demand. Of  course I refer lo flax. ,:  Its fibres are better than  hemp.  It is used in the production  of high quality clothing and  paper.  Oil from its seeds are used in  vast quantities by the paint  industry.  The residue goes into cattle  feed, fertilizers, the pharmaceutical industry and the food  industry.  Because of Ihe huge demand  for seed, the fibre is in great  oversupply and is usually burnt  in the fields.  Like hemp, the fibre is very  strong and durable and won't rot  in a reasonable time (its great  advantage in paper and clothing)  so it can't be composted or left  to lie on the fields. I am presently wearing a very comfortable  and hard wearing shirt made  from flax fibre (linen is the technical name).  So there you are. There is  absolutely no economic justification for growing hemp in  Canada except for the production of pot.  So what on earth are the  motives of our Ottawa bureaucrats in going behind our backs  and permitting the growing of  hemp?  F. KONOPASEK  Halftnoon Bay  Swift action saved  son  Thanks to the 'Universal  Family' in lower Gibsons.  This morning, my two-year-  old boy was choking when a  miniature butter container  slipped down his throat. The  appropriate move was made by  a man who was amongst a small  group of people outside the  Midnight Market.  Quickly the object was dislodged.  I was there after the fact and  wish to extend my gratitude out  to those who stepped in.  Thank you so much.  TINA THOMSON  Gibsons  The Earth moved  on Earth Day  The Earth Day committee  would like to thank everyone  who came to celebrate Earth  Day at Cliff Gilker Park April  24.  We had a great turnout of  stalwart and spirited people. The.,  weather was a bit challenging  (rain) in the morning as everything got set up. But the day  cleared to warm sunshine in the  afternoon.  Everyone had fun and lots of  communication of new information mixed in with some excellent music and testy food.  The Earth Day committee  would like to thank all the musicians, vendors and environmental groups who participated and  everyone too numerous to mention who helped make the day a  success.  A special thank you to stage  builders Laurie and Daniel  Lacovetsky, Steve Stevens and  Ian Ridgway. We would also  like to thank Jim Land for his  parachute and energy.  A giant thank-you to the  more than 20 businesses who  contributed to the event. And  it's hard to thank Robert Bateman enough for his generous  donation of an original sketch.  We are already planning next  year's Earth Day celebration  and look forward to seeing you  all there.  All the coverage in the  Coasl News was very greatly  appreciated.  See you next year!  EARTH DAY COMMITTEE  School thanks  Our grade 7 class from  Sechelt elementary recently  went on a trip to Vancouver  Bay. We stayed in a lodge  owned by the Sechelt Indian  Band. Our transportation to  Vancouver Bay was a blue and  white crew boat, courtesy of  Mike Bell from Interfor.  While at Vancouver Bay the  class took part in a Sweat, a  Smudge Ceremony and also a  Spirit Balh as part of ways to  cleanse our bodies. 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Stockwell appeared at the  meeting to set the record straight  about Stockwell and Sons Ltd.'s  controversial application to  operate a commercial burn pit  on lands northeast of Sechelt  and 1.2 km from the regional  district landfill site.  While he insists that the fires  appearing in that area and  between the District of Sechelt  and regional district border are  strictly "accidental" and that the  proposed burn pit will pose no  health hazard to residents, Renfrew is not buying it.  Renfrew insists that these so-  called accidental burns are actually being set on purpose, and  anyone who is responsible for  these fires should be penalized.  "The point really comes  down to pollution," she said.  "The point I'm trying to make is  the burns that are going on,  regardless of who says what,  and they are not really legal."  At the April 26 environment  committee meeting, residents  complained bitterly of waking  up on April 14 to find their  neighbourhood engulfed in  smoke.  That fire was traced to a  nearby "accidental fire," apparently resulting from ashes,  buried many months earlier,  moving their way up to the surface and igniting nearby wood  debris.  Stockwell has denied accusations made by Porpoise Properties residents that he has been  purposely setting the fires  because he has not received  approval for his open-burn pit.  "Under the present method of  burning, I'm not digging the  ashes up," he said.  Renfrew said the number of  accidental burns will continue to  escalate as more development  occurs in the District of Sechelt,  particularly in Wesl Sechelt,  where residential development  is expected to increase over Ihe  next five years.  Renfrew is not against development, but says if developers  insist on clearing property, they  will have to find alternate means  of disposing of the waste. That  will likely result in increased  development costs, but she  believes it is the only solution to  eliminating contaminants in the  air.  "I don't know what is happening (in West Sechelt) but I  see it and I'm very concerned  about it. 1 just hope that wherever we see somebody going in to  develop, there are the proper  mechanisms in place to make  sure that there are some consequences," she said.  "Unfortunately, it seems as  though there are no consequences. If you and I were to  light up our incinerator in the  backyard, I'm sure we'd have  the District of Sechelt down our  throats immediately.  "The bottom line is, we just  can't have people lighting fires  at will and getting paid to do  Coast court diversion program accepted  by Ian Cobb  Justice is going to get personal on the Sunshine Coast.  Once someone is hired to run  the Community Accountability  Program, minor criminal matters  will be diverted from the court  system and a panel of community members will literally take  justice into their own hands.  "The Community Accountability Program (CAP) is in the  unique and beneficial position of  believing that unacceptable  social behavior can be rehabilitated while providing a benefit  to the community, satisfying the  needs of a victim as well as  serving the judicial process,"  said Sechelt RCMP Staff Sgt.  Cam Reid, who initiated the program.  After several months of lobbying, Reid has managed to gain  the support of the governments  of Sechelt, Gibsons and the Sunshine Coast Regional District.  The support Will include sharerj  fuiflii��.flt:$��Jb0tfph,V|SU2  capita basis and through councillor/director representation.  "We'll get a coordinator  hired and we'll be operating in a  couple of weeks," Reid said.  The coordinator (applications  Chess  takes on  new  dimension  at mall  Sunnycrest Mall is in the  throes of building a large-scale  chess board inside the upper  Gibsons business centre.  The idea, as well as the  design, for the chess board,  which will feature pieces ranging from 12 to 27 inches in  height, came from Sayward  Books owner Kevin McEvoy  and has been embraced by mall  management.  Afler sponsoring a chess  toumey last June and receiving  more interest than he bargained  for, McEvoy opted to move  things up a scale and created an  ornate large-scale board, currently being installed in ihe  mall. "I thought it would be  great if we could do here what  are currently being accepted)  will be a part-time position.  "We're asking for somebody  with some post secondary education, an understanding of the  criminal justice process, training  and experience  dealing with ' -  offenders and victims as well as  conflict resolution,  good communication skills, organizational ability,  interest and an  understanding of  multi-culturalism  and an understanding of confiden- ''  tiality," Reid said.  Once a coordinator is in place  a steering committee will be set  up.  The steering committee will  guide the program through its  early stages, refer and recommend panel participants, and  Slide*. Aid support the coordina-  r.'tlie panel, Reid.saii**WI,  be comprised of relevant, concerned, committed members of  the community. The victim, or a  representative, may be involved  as well as the program coordinator." No fewer than three and no  "Well get a  co-ordinator  hired and well  be operating in a  couple of weeks'  -Cam Reid  more than six people will make  up the panel (not including the  victim and coordinator) and they  will be selected on their willingness to participate, their relevant  background skills, recommendations and their  willingness to be  non-judgmental  and fair.  Panel members  will also have to  agree on the evaluation of a given  situation (case),  an evaluation of  client (offender)  behaviour and/or  _____ involvement in an  offence, a restitution plan, a rehabilitation program, the supervision of client  progress in the program and  time commitment for the client's  program.  Restitution could include  community work service, financial repayment and other discipline Rrfd said,.';JCCi "..  "My intention is to make the  program viable on the Sunshine  Coast so expectations and opinions of people are represented,"  he said.  The ultimate aim of the pro  gram is lo divert situations away  from the court that could be better taken care of outside of it.  "We'll consider everything  but it has to be determined that  it can be handled outside the  process (courts)," he said.  Therefore, if a person is arrested  for a minor offence for the first  time and it is determined the  offender is willing to be rehabilitated, they will be a prime candidates for the program.  If a person is arrested for the  tenth time, it is likely they will  appear before a court.  "We'll involve families and  peers and try to resolve these  issues. It is often more effective  and quicker than expecting a  judge to wave a magic wand.  We're not there to judge somebody; we're there to resolve an  issue," Reid said.  If an offender is chosen to  appear before the CAP (some  may make self-referrals and participation is voluntary jn eveiy  S*8Jw?vflit0ilM��sali  by the panel and everyone  involved (client, victim, panel)  will have to agree that an  offence was committed and if  there is any "problematic"  behaviour.  Kr^M   k\mW  t **"7*H  k* *_7-  t'tm  tt *  K             1  Setting up for the play, Dan Pistal of Titan Tile puts the last few pieces In place for Sunnycrest  Mall's giant chess board. The kings and queens will stand two feet high. Joel Johnstone photo  Ihey do at Park Royal (Mall in  West Vancouver)," he said.  '' Chess tourneys there are  played on a grand scale so  onlookers can get into the  aclion.  While taking credit for the  idea, McEvoy is quick to lavish  praise on local craftsman Gary  Kelly, who is making the pieces.  "The men are much more  elegant lhan Park Royal's," he  said.  Once the board is completed  (sometime in mid-May) and Ihe  pieces are in place, McEvoy  said he's hoping to organize  another tourney and hopes to  have them periodically throughout the year.  The board will make the mall  "a belter place and maybe stop a  little bit of the through traffic,"  he said.  CLIP & SAVE  O BcraRRiGS Schedule  886-2242  \NC0UVER ��� SECHELT I  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  LMVtUngdal*  6:20 am       2:30  8:30 4:30 pm  10:30 6:30  12:25pmM 8:20M  LHvaHoraaalwaBay  7:30 am     3:30  9:30 M      8:30 pm  11:30        7:25M  1:15 pm    9:15  EARLS COVE ��� SALTERY BAY  Laava Earls Cove  6:40 am      4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  1228 pmM   10:20 M  Uavt Saltery Bay  5:45 am  7:35  0:30 M  11:30  3:30 pm  5:30 M  7:30  9:20  I  Suimycrot MA Hwr-101, <*�����* B.C  Steve Sawyer        a ���  ����������������������������������������������  Goinq Aw.iy  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  LmytwamMlMKiMiia.  M/AtMbn  MaM atari* Mdfcmnte,  *-*���** -YrnfMrlninMii  tphtBaim Ch��>erU��tefcnti  CALLSHARON 885-2228  \CatiM Hm�� - IVatdi  m  ���ONMOUCCNMOMtURtO  ���wnchooOoaotToOoaoi nature  The Great Mission Point Bear Caper  by Flora Gunning  I'd just arrived home from the  store ��� it was 6:45 pm on May 2  ���with some chicken for my husband Ken's dinner, when I saw  the week's garbage all over the  yard. I was sure ready to lambaste the lousy dog that did it.  I was just looking for a big  stick when out of the corner of  my eye I saw this big black blur,  not 30 feet away, take off up the  big fir tree right beside the house.  The black blur turned out to  be a 200- to 300-pound bear,  who then took up an uncomfortable perch on the huge branches  about 20 feet above the roof of  our house.  lt was a good thing it hadn't  been hungry enough to take after  me instead of heading up the  tree.  Ken was along the road at his  office, doing his usual last-  minute tax-return routine and by  the time I'd phoned the police,  and then my husband, to come  quick, a crowd of neighbours had  already gathered. The police  arrived immediately with a big  shotgun, which I didn't think  looked too promising for the  bear.  However, the police radioed  for regional conservation officer  Doug Pierce, who drove up about  45 minutes later, towing his  cage-type, bear-trap trailer.  Meanwhile, the bear and the  bear-watchers had all settled into  a wary stand-off.  A strategic planning session  followed. Doug thought that  shooting a tranquilizer dart into  the bear's rump from 30 feet  away was just too tricky a proposition. In any event, Ken and I  weren't too keen on the thought  of an angry but dopy bear falling  through the roof into our bathtub.  Doug decided lo appeal to the  bear's appetite for garbage.  The trailer cage was rolled  into the yard and blocked into  place at the base of the tree.  Planks were leaned against the  r^^s.  ____________.... .  *&�����    JV             v��\  k        ^         ^^  1 jb -  W��$&  r-1  BC Wildlife and Conservation oflicer Doug Pierce considers the  situation: a bear treed at Mission Point.  "wrong" side of the tree, up to  the roof.  On the "right" side, Doug  smeared a delicious assortment  of bacon grease,  chicken fat, ham-    _____  burger, molasses  and other bear  goodies down the  trunk and into the  cage.  Half of Ken's  chicken dinner  joined other treats  in a mesh bag       hanging at the far  end of the trip ���  the trigger to slam the cage door  shut.  The neighbours were ordered  back to their windows and Doug  settled into his pickup in anticipation of the action, while com-  Tbe bear and the  bear-watcbers bad  all settled into a  wary stand-off  make a nuisance of themselves  during crucial Stanley Cup playoff games.  It took the better part of an  hour for the bear  ^_^_     to clamber down  onto the roof and,  after surveying  the   scene,   to  climb    further  down ��� on the  "right" side of the  tree ��� to lick the  grease off the tree  trunk and slowly  eat its way into  the open cage. It  sniffed at the hanging bag, but  turned its first attention to the  hamburger and molasses on the  floor. Would the bear pull the  trigger?  Another anxious five minutes  plaining mildly about bears that     passed while Doug considered  his options if the bear didn't pull  Ihe trap trigger. But finally the  bear finished its fiist course and  turned to the dessert in the bag. It  grabbed it and the cage door  slammed shut. The Great Mission Point Bear Caper was over  at 9:30 pm.  "We have a lot of complaints  about bears around this time of  the year," says Doug. "This one  had been causing problems for  several days in the district.  We've also had several others  this week ��� at Egmont,  Tuwanek and other places. It's  not easy to catch them. We were .  lucky this time. I was afraid that  it would be scared off by passing  people or dogs."  The guest in the cage was a  handsome, healthy, two-year-old,  shiny black bear.  "But look at Ihe tag in its left  ear," said Doug. "It's already  been trapped once. It'll get its  second earring for this little caper  before it's released. But next  time it happens, I'm afraid it's  finished. When they get hooked  on garbage, most of these bears  never learn. If it was in the Vancouver area, it wouldn't even get  a second chance."  After the trailer was hitched to  his pickup, Doug started the long  drive to the logging roads as far  up the inlet as possible, where  trie bear would be tranquilized  and released ��� hopefully to  enjoy life in the wilds, separated  from humanity.  As Ken and I drove his tax  return into the Sechelt Post  Office just before the midnight  deadline, we each reflected on  our respective close calls ���  mine with a hungry bear, and his  with the hungry tax collectors.  "I can't really imagine convincing those guys that my tax  return was late because 1 had a  bear up my tree," Ken said.  ���Flora Gunning, a summer  camper at Mission Point for 32  years, is now a permanent resident.  Optometrists issue warning to ecUps&watchers  Direct viewing of the May 10  partial eclipse of the sun can be  dangerous, warns the president  of the BC Association of  Optometrists.  "Every lime there's an  eclipse, retinal burns and permanent eye damage are reported,"  said Dr. Rix Graham. "We'd  like to see everyone safely enjoy  this phenomenon, so we are recommending that people watch it  on television."  On May 10 by 9:26 am PST,  about half the sun will be  eclipsed by the moon along the  western Canada/US border, with  even less covered at points further north. The path of maximum eclipse follows a line from  Nova Scotia to Northwest Mexico. The eclipse is annular,  meaning the moon's position  allows for total blockage except  for a thin ring of light around  the circumference.  The association is concerned  with previous reports of eye  injuries to large numbers of  eclipse-watchers, where sunglasses, exposed film, some  types of welder's goggles and  so-called 'eclipse      glasses' using  mylar sheets were  used as unsuitable  protection against  the sun's harmful  ultra-violet rays.  "Besides, people in BC will  only see 50 per ���������  cent or less of the  sun blocked by the moon," said  Graham. "It's far too bright to  see and there's no sensation of  darkness. On the other hand, TV  cameras will be situated under  the pathway of near totality. Not  only is this more spectacular,  but it includes expert common-  We'd like to see  everyone safely  enjoy this  phenomenon  ���Dr. Rix Graham  above all, it's safe."  After the 1979 eclipse, a survey by the Canadian Association of Optometrists reported 20  cases of eye damage in Canada.  In 1970, 145 cases were reported in the US, with  40 per cent resulting from people  using what they  thought were protective devices.  "The burns to  the retina, or back  of the eye, are  painless and can  happen in seconds," said Graham. "In many  cases, damage is permanent."  Many problems are caused  by using incorrect or damaged  filters, or improper use of  devices that are supposed to protect the eyes, said Graham. He  also warned against using tele-  other devices that increase the  intensity of the sun's rays.  The next solar eclipse in BC  will not be until March 1997,  following a line between Prince  George and the northern tip of  Vancouver Island. The southern  portion of the province will not  see a solar eclipse until the year  2000.  Thought  for die day;  Pen power: Elected officials  consider each tetter they  receive to represent the opinion  of 100 people.  ���Earthworks  Coast News, May 9,1994  JTR TRUCKING  SAND - CRUSHED ROCK  DRAIN ROCK ��� PIT RUN  BLASTED ROCK SALES  10190 Mercer Rd, Secret Cove  Jim Robinson    eel # 328-9699       885-7878  LANDING UNISEX HAIR DESIGN  & TANNING SALON  y matrix  Welcomes Back  RENEE BOZAK  from her maternity leave.  Call for an appointment  886-3916  MON -THURS 9-5  FRI 9-7  ���  SAT 9-5  657 School Rd., Gibsons Landing  DID YOU KNOW?  10,331,000 adults in English Canada read  a community newspaper every week.  A?rtiUty&Sator44$y,M*yl3&l4  * .sacs *  Friday Night BBQSteakSupper $g<Q0 68pm  OWNIMWMYI !!���>/ WMCWUMOM.��� HI. 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Then please remember Ihe deadlines.  For the Coasl News Monday edition, press releases  should be at our olfice in either Gibsons or Sechelt  no later lhan noon on Thursday.  t      For the Coast News Weekender,  I we must have your releases  /       > no later than 5 pm  /    f Monday.  And please ensure that the  release includes the name  of the contact or writer,  along with his/her home  and work phone numbers,  particularly If the material  you are submitting is  handwritten.  COAST NEWS.  community  Boats loom large in Elphie dry grad plans  \U&] NATIONAL  I NRS GIBSONS MALTY LTD. ��� AN INDEPENDENT MfMBER BROKtlt J  Home or  Properly  Evaluation  You've tried the  rest., now go  with the best  Call Kenan MacKenzie  885-7810  office  All it takes is one ticket.  At least that was all it took  for Bruce Fifield, proud winner  of a new 16-foot CanaVenture  boat.  The boat was the main prize  in Elphinstone Secondary  School's graduation fundraising  raffle.  The Davis Bay resident, who  had bought just one raffle ticket,  said he was shocked when he  found out he won the 85 horse  power boat.  "I never win anything," he  added.  In September, Elphie's 1994  graduating class decided unanimously to hold a 'Dry Grad' ���  graduation celebrations without  alcohol or drugs.  "The only tragedies we want  to read aboul are those in our  Shakespearean novels of  English 12," said Kristi Swanson, one of the students  involved in organizing the dry  grad.  Since September, Elphie students have been busy raising  funds for graduation, holding  bottle drives and car washes,  collecting grocery store receipts  and selling raffle tickets.  Starting this week is Rent-A-  Grad, sponsored by the Gibsons  Chamber of Commerce. Grads  will be available to rent for any  Members of Elphinstone Secondary School 1994 Grad executive hand over this 16-foot boat to Bruc  Fifield, winner of the '94 Grad raffle. Ticket sales hit $23,340, clearing $13,000 for this year's dr  graduation celebrations.  odd jobs in exchange for payment or donations to the class of  '94.  GOT A NEWS STORY?  Call vs at 886-2622  or 885-39301'  Developmental  speech course offered  Speech/language pathologists  Margaret Chesterman and Laura  Lincoln will offer a course for  parents on speech sound development during May, which has  been declared Better Hearing  and Speech Month.  This course will be held in  the library at Sechelt Elementary school from 9:30 am to  12:30 pm Saturday, May 28.  This course will be most  appropriate for parents of  preschool or early primary children. It will include discussion  on hearing, speech development  and sounds ranging from easy to  hard. The focus will be on  recognition of speech 'patterns'  used by children experiencing  difficulty acquiring the speech  sounds of English. Parents will  learn techniques to help their  children acquire articulate  speech.  For further information or to  register for the course on speech  sound development, call Gibsons Speech and Language Clinic at 886-9015 or. leave a message at Sechelt Speech and Language Clinic at 885-2617.  Celebration plans include a  boat cruise of Vancouver harbour, with karaoke, dancing,  air bubbles  ^^^^^ Joel Johnstone photc  sumo wrestling and plenty o  food and non-alcoholic drink;  on board.  Omission commission: What if they gave a practice and nobod;  called? That's what happened to Sechelt Mayor Earl Basse.  Basse, chair of the Provincial Emergency Program (PEP) fo  Sechelt, was left out of last Monday's (May 2) emergency practice a  the Sechelt and Gibsons Airport at Field Road.  Among the many called and chosen were 24 drama students frorr  Chatelech Secondary, fire and ambulance crews, Sechelt RCMP anc  Sunshine Coast Search and Rescue...but not the mayor. Maybe il  Basse got one of those 900 numbers they advertise for hot, hot, calls...  ���  Here comes rhymin' Brian: Coast resident Brian Dusenbury, 21,  has won a poetry contest in which the prize is publication in an anthology called Tears of Fire, put out by Tlw National Library of Poetry in  Owings, Maryland. Congratulations, Brian.  The prize-winning poem is called The Final Thought. Brian, who  works at a gravel camp in Jervis Inlet, said he's been writing poetry  since he was in kindergarten, but this is his first time published as an  adult. He listed his favourite poetry subjects as "life, death, disorder,  "deep thought J' Brian's mom tipped us to his talent and good fortune.  more on page 10  / i0^!^  george In glbsons  WALT'S '*��. & SrCEST'VE  & AUTOMOTIVE SERVICES **    OthVlV/EO  by George Cooper  Kohei 'Mack' Baba is leaving his home in Roberts Creek  where he has lived since 1951  to reside in Vancouver with his  daughter Debra.  *   S*��w       886-9500  *s2S��  String,  ALL SEASON STEEL BELTED RADIALS  BY GENERAL TIRE  155I80R-13 $59.95  175I80R-13 $69.95  185I80R-13 $69.95   Tlfiflfifflfr  195I75R-14  $79.95 Free fot Kepoir  winie sioci <��is free lire Rotation  Balanced  & Installed  80,000 km  WE SELL AND SERVICE THEM ALL!  Lube  Oil  Filter  235/60 SR* 15  BFGoodrich  *24��  i *992i  INSTALLED  tt BALANCED  235175R-15 Armstrong  Mom by  $OQ95 "\sssr  -*     mW   INSTALLED  While s'oc�� ai*. Balancing Extra  Formula free flat Repair  ���HOTl: All duti*. and taxaa paid at port ol entry, custom* cleared.  PUBLIC AUCTION  INVENTORY OF GOVERNMENT SEIZED  PROPERTY AND OTHER MERCHANDISE  Gold jewellery purchased from Government auction will be  auctioned. The majority of inventory consists of other  general merchandise: Loose Gems, Gold Rings,  Sapphires, Rubies, Emeralds and Gold jewellery.  INVENTORY OF UNPAID HANKNOTTED  PERSIAN CARPETS  Goods released for immediate disposal. All genuine  authentic Persian carpets: Heriz, very fine Mahi Tabriz,  Tuysirkan, Mehravan, Shahsavan, Mosel, Quashquai,  Shiraz, Royal Kirman, Taba Tabai, Meshad, Mahal,  Kashan, Lilihan, Hamadan, Tabriz and many, many more  including runners.  INVENTORY OF AUTHENTIC ORIENTAL  CARPETS  Ex. Aubusson, Indo-Bidjar, Birds of Paradise and Dove  Designs, Classical 16th and 17th century designs,  Bokharas, high quality Pashmina wool dining and living  room sizes, Village and Tribal rugs.  BURMESE  JADE  MEXICAN  CERAMICS  AT  ROBERTS CREEK COMMUNITY HALL  ROBERTS CREEK RD., ROBERTS CREEK  SUNDAY, MAY 15,1994  AT 2 P.M. SHARP  Public inspection from 1 pm.  Terms: 10% Buyers Premium charge to be added. Cash,  Bank Cards, Visa, Mastercard accepted. Not affiliated with  Canada Customs. Auction held by BUCKINGHAM  AUCTIONS.  FOR INFO PHONE 538-3084  Mack first came to the Sunshine Coast in 1937 to work as a  logger for various companies, ll  was in an old mining town at  Trout Lake near the Arrow  Lakes that a Scottish storekeeper gave him the nickname  'Mack' and the name stuck wilh  him when he returned to the  Coasl.  Retired from logging, Mack  set up a nursery business here in  1968 which he operated for Ihe  next 20 years. The sign on his  driveway reads Bonsai Garden  and an apt name that it because  Mack has made bonsai from  local trees from the mountains  as well as nursery stock. He  once had 300 bonsai al one time  at his neatly trimmed place.  There are still several dozen  bonsai on the grounds, bonsai  varying in age from nine to 90  years. And he lakes these with  him to Vancouver. We wish you  well, Mack, in your new home.  Ottawa  If you filed our MP's recent  report in the waste basket, dig it  out or gel another copy. Let's  jar ourselves out of our political  inertness and reply lo hit  request for our views on  euthanasia. Give him some idea  where we stand should Ihere be  a free vole on Ihe matter in parliament. Then he'll have an idea  how we feel aboul the issue.  Schools  Langdale elementary hat a  stupendous prize list in its Ride  On...raffle. There's a brand new  Harley Davidson, a riding lawn  mower and a mountain bike.  Altogether the prizes are worth  over $13,000. Limited ticket  sale. Draw, June 15. Information: 886-2961.  Gibsons elementary has two  'thank-yous' In their newsletter.  One is for the parents advisory  council members who set up  four new basketball hoops on  the school grounds.  The other is for ihose who  donated furniture to the grade*  6/7 drop-in centre.  Langdale elementary has a  Liz Mitten-Ryan framed print  hanging in ihe school office, a  gift from Jonnita Janot of  Bernadetle's Galleries.  ___________ Coast News, May 9, 1994  community  noons (nek  by Katharine Trueman  885-2282  May 1 was the traditional  beginning of the Celtic summer  and it began in the Creek with  Maypole dancing. The 4th annual Creek Dancing and Gumboot  Games held at the Creek Picnic  site were well attended by many  oldtime Creekers. Good music,  good food and good fellowship  seemed to fit festivities on a  balmy Sunday.  Meanwhile, down the road  behind the Gumboot Garden  Cafe was the first day of the  'working village market.' With  10 craft booths, neat entertainment and an avid crowd, the  event ran until 3:30 pm when the  cool nip in the air finally won  out.  The market will run every  Sunday throughout the summer  beginning at 10 am with produce  and crafts. Overall entertainment  will begin at 1 pm while the children's entertainment will begin  at 2 pm, with both running until  3 pm.  Library news  The library acquired an  impressive list of 40 new adult  books during April. The biography section enjoys steady popularity and is continually growing.  For those who enjoy true life  adventures check out Jossi  Ghinsberg's Back From Luichi  an exciting, suspenseful account  of experiences in the Bolivian  jungle. If a nostalgic evocation of  childhood in pre-war Britain is  more your cup of tea, you  mustn't miss Dirk Bogarde's  autobiographical work, Great  Meadow.  Noted anthropologist Jack  Weatherford in his work, Sav-  dockside davls toy  ages and Civilization, argues for  the preservation of tribal cultures  around the world. Two new volumes focus on health care information. These are The American  Heart Association's Family  Guide to Strokes and When  Older is Wiser: A Guide to  Health Care Decisions for Older  Adults and Families. Be sure to  check the list of new books each  month. You will find it on display in the library.  Rainbow preschool  Be sure to attend the Open  House on Wednesday, May 11  from 5 pm to 7 pm at Camp  Douglas which is located on  Beach Avenue at Margaret Road.  The pre-school gears its program  to the three- to four-year-olds.  Registration for the fall program  will also take place at the open  house. If you have further questions call Jan 885-3707.  RCCA'  The Roberts Creek Community Association recently held its  annual meeting and elections. "A  great turnout," says returning  secretary Jamie Davidson. The  enthusiasm and new ideas were  really welcome and appreciated.  The association is now headed  by president Gail Newman, with  Paul Tombu assisting in role of  vice-president. The treasurer is  Noel Reid, and past-president  Jack Eldred, along with directors  Jeanette Moen, Joyce Ross and  Doug Roy, will also sit on the  executive.  Speak Out  Oral literacy is on the rise at  Roberts Creek elementary. This  is the final week before Speak  Out planned for Tuesday, May  10 at the school. It will give all  students the opportunity to  enhance their speaking and presentation skills. Students have  been busy this past month  preparing their plays, poems and  stories for presentation before the  judging panel. The presentations  will take place between 9:30 am  and the early afternoon. Parents  and the community are invited to  attend. Speak Out honours presentations will be presented on  Thursday, May 12. Times to be  announced on May 10.  Girls' Softball  A general meeting to discuss  plans for a league for girls aged  10-14 for the Sunshine Coast  area will be held on Wednesday,  May 18 at 8 pm in the Cedar  Grove elementary school library.  Parents, coaches, sponsors and  umpires are encouraged to  attend.  Community Interaction  By all accounts the Community Interaction Conference was  well worth attending. The speakers were in tune with children  and the challenges they present.  Many ideas were gained from  each session and everyone had  an opportunity to share ideas,  experiences and problems. The  folks at the Creek elementary  were really pleased with the  turnout and wish to thank parents  and the community for their support.  Roberts Creek Daze  Thanks to Lee Mason it looks  like Roberts Creek Daze will  happen on Aug. 20. However it  will not happen if the community  does not step forward an lend a  hand. Assistance is requited with  organizing the parade, entertainment, booths, parking/security  and the children's activities.  Please call Lee at 885-3995.  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  Recycling has become a way  of life today and nowhere is this  more evident than in our own little Thrift Shop operated by the  St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary.  The shop, located on Cowrie  Street, is staffed by volunteer*  ' frdm eVery branch on the Sunshine Coast from Oibaons to Pender Harbour. Each year thousands of dollars are raised and  donated to the hospital to buy  special equipment.  When a young mother finds  ihose much needed togs for her  children, men find (hat mil or  sports jacket they need for that  special event on Saturday night  and grandmas discover those  extra sweaters and boots for the  visiting grandkids, everyone realizes how necessary and worthy  ihis little shop is to our community, Then there are costumes.  Who doesn't know this is a wondrous treasure house for that  funky wig, outsize dress, far-out  footwear, headgear and  sportswear of any description? If  you haven't already, check it out;  the gals in red are helpful, cheerful and friendly.  Another jewel in the crown of  our community is Davis Bay elementary school. Two weeks ago,  Earth Week was the focus of  activity in the school. Teacher  Paul Kelly arranged for speakers  every day to speak to Ihe students  at assembly on the importance of  GIISONS  CHRISTIAN IOOKI  2A-747 NORTH RD.,  GIBSONS  Store Hours:  Mon.-Sat.ll-5  Fri. 11-7 Ph:886-4748  our earth.  Assisted by Susanne Bolivar  and Marlene Heitland, they organized the entire school from  kindergarten to grade 7 to go out  and clean up the entire community: the beach, the ditches and all  the streets, picking up debris and  putting it in garbage bags. What a  wonderful project. A phone call  to the school expressing your  appreciation would be a great  boost to Ihe kids and the teachers.  Take time to call 885-9523.  It's recycling time again. This  coming Saturday, May 14 is the  Community Service* Giant  Garage sale from 10 am to 3 pm  at Laurel and Chapman Roads,  Davis Bay. Donations are still  welcome, please phone 885-5881  or 885-5682.  Mission Point residents are  duly concerned over the huge,  dead sea lion that washed up on  their beach a week ago. Gwen  Abrams of the Beached Bird Survey estimates the bull lion,  weighing up to three quarters of a  ton, died of natural causes and  was brought in on a high tide.  Only an extremely high tide  could wash it off the beach and  even so, chance* are it could be  brought in again by the tide further down the beach into Davis  Bay.  Conservation Officer Doug  Pierce states that his department  is not responsible, largely due to  budget, for dead animals nor  JVW Check out  Artist of the month display  Clearance specials continue  Many new books in stock  Sunshine Coast  March for Jesus-June 25  Ask at store for details  Cone in and browse  marine mammals, but only for  live wildlife and/or animals  injured on the road. He suggests  that rope* be put around the lion  and it be towed out to sea at high  tide where it will eventually sink,  tt is all part of nature's balance.  ' There have been some Ideas  of cremating the carcass, but  Pierce remarks that it wouldn't  bum as it is 98 per cent water and  would only result in a blackened  hulk.  A picture in the Coast News  last week of a group of young  people on the beach at Gower  Point, circa 1938, jogged the  memory of one of those boys.  Ken Gunning of Mission Point  saw himself as a young lad and it  conjured up fond memories of  summers ipent on the Coast.  A late-breaking news item  regarding thd lea lion ��� the  Sechelt Indian Band (SIB)  arrived on the scene after being  informed of the dilemma and  trucked it away to be buried. It  seems there are several sea lions  washing up dead after being shot,  supposedly by fishermen. Bouquets to the SIB for their caring  gesture.  Tritkaidekaphobia? Is it a new  Greek dish? A unique sport? A  futuristic cult? No, it's the unnatural fear of the number 13. This  Friday is the only Friday the 13th  thi* year, so if you're superstitious, stay in bed with the covers  over your head.  Just  moved*9  Jb  Bride  to be?  fl  New Baby?  CmUmifor   Seek*. lub  FREE    GfaMM-CankNt-M2  fomr  Isrformeuir*   ��<��ll��*  Wagon  f f SlNCB 1930  SwWKtaWnooly)  How can you advertise  your Ski Cabin in  CASTLEGAR,  CAMPBELL RIVER,  CHETWYND  and 108 more B.C. & Yukon  community newspapers  All just for $225?  That's over 3,000,000 readers.  With a  N you're BUYING,  SELLING, or limply  TELLING,  It pay* to spread the word.  For more Information  call this newspaper at:  886-2622 885-3930  or (604)669-9222.  A Special Gift Shop  Dedicated to personal growth &  development  ROCKS, CRYSTALS, INCENSES  and much more in a delightful, relaxing atmosphere  5695 COWRIE ST. SHADOW BAUX LANE 885-9337  ���x,>*tr  X^"\,.X  Mon Tlmt Ht-FI.  0445    13.3  9   1150      3.6  1855    13.9  Fri   Tlmt HtFt.  0220 10.4  |   13   0645 12.4  1355 2.9  2130 14.5  Tun   Tlmi Ht.-FI.  0015    10.0  10   0510    13.1  1220      3.1  SM   Tlmt Ht-Ft  0305 10.4  14   0720 12.1  1430 3.1  2205 14.5  Wtd   Tlmt Ht-Ft  0055 10.2  11    0540 12.9  1250  2015 14.4  Sun   Tlmt Ht.-Ft  0355 10.3  16   0800 11.7  1510  2250 14.6  REFERENCE: Point Atklnion  Pacific Standard Time  w���mmmmmmm  tot Skookumchuk Narrows add  1 hr. 40 min. plus S min. for each It.  ot riat and 7 min. tor each It. ol tall  call now!  4 certified mechanics  Parts Dept.- Maurice ��� Sales - Dorhn  TIDELINE  MON-SAT  8 am-6 pm  MARINE  Parts ��� Supplies ��� Sales ��� Service "���"���'  885-4141     5637 Whnrl Road. Sechell   L I Ui  During  Mark Twain's  days u a newspaperman,  he wu edilor of ��� small  Missouri paper. One day he  received a letter from a  subscriber, stating that he  had found a spider in his  paper, and asked if this  was an omen of good or  bad luck.  Twain replied: "Finding a  spider in your paper is  neither good nor bad luck.  The spider was merely  looking over our paper to  see which merchant was  not advertising so that ht  could go to that store,  spin his web across the  door, and lead a life of  undisturbed peace ever  afterward."  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SALE ENDS MAY 20  280 Gower Point Road, Gibson's Landing  886-9213  OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK  community  sechelt scenario  by Margaret Watt, 885-3364  We've had visitors this week  from the Northwest Territories. I  shouldn't really say visitors ���  one is my sister and the other is a  very good friend. So I've had  family staying with me. One  other special little visitor I should  mention is Mowgli, a lhasa apso  who thinks she's a lion. Don't  they all? She's a sweetheart  although my own two geriatric  cocker spaniels would probably  have another name for her. During Ihis last week, names like  halfmoon happenings  Sweet Grass, Nahanni, Fort  Chippewan, Fort Fitzgerald and  Hay River have cropped up in  conversation. To me they sound  like poetry.  Spring luncheon  St. Mary's Hospital auxiliary  will be hosting its annual feast on  Wednesday, May 18 from 11 am  to 2 pm at the Indian Band Hall.  Along with the sumptuous  food ��� homemade soups, sandwiches, salads and desserts ���  there will be for sale plants of all  varieties and crafts to please  everyone. The auxiliary works  tirelessly to help your local hospital so I know you'll do your bit  too. See you there.  Writers' Forge  Wednesday, May 11 at 7:30  pm is the next date of the forge.  This will be a workshop night. If  you would like bring about four  pages of your work-in-progress  and read it to the members, you  will be given a gentle critique  which you may or may not take  any notice of. To bring work is  not mandatory, of course; you  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  An aggressive cougar  attacked and tried to take off  with a Spaniel dog on Redrooffs  Road last week.  It appeared to be quite  unafraid and followed the dog  onto the porch. Best advice is to  keep a close eye on your children  and pets while this cougar is in  the neighbourhood.  The young athletes of Halfmoon Bay school have been performing well at recent events. At  the Dairyland Relay Carnival in  New Westminster, several first  places were won, while members  of the Halfmoon Bay school  mountain bike club took part in a  six-race competition at Roberts  Creek elementary with James  Nicol and Deanna Hudson winners in their division. They were  presented with a 'winners' jersey  WORLD  INCLUDING FREIGHT.aw,^^,  hwrKtgfttnbise  UN MONTH OVEH 30 MONTHS  WITH OVER 4.5 MILLION SOLD, CHRYSLER MAGICWAGON,  THE WORLD'S BEST SELLING MINIVAN, OUTSELLS FORD AND GM COMBINED.  ALL 1994 MAGiCWAGONS INCLUDE STANDARD DUAL AIR BAGS AND SIDE-D00R IMPACT BEAMS.  AVAILABLE NOW ATYOUR LOCAL CHRYSLER DEALER.  A DEALER YOU CAN BELIEVE IN.  lammatametii  ��� faaDMblaMi  *a-Ak<Artt*t**t���i,tal\Ml**Aa*i-a*   ^_^L.--_   .    .       .    . tml^_t_^m  may just want to come and see  what it's all about.  A reminder  Remember to phone me with  any pieces you would like to see  in this column, as 1 need all the  help I can get. My number at  work is 885-0335 from 9 am to 3  pm, sometimes later.  Mother's Day epilogue  I hope all the mothers in town  got what they wanted on their  special day ��� a card, a kiss, an  "I love you". If you got all three,  you're a very lucky woman.  which they can wear until the  next race meet at the end of the  month. Congratulations to all.  A special secretary  During Secretaries Week, 10-  and-one-half-year-old Tanya  Davis felt compelled to write to  the CFUN secretary contest. She  wrote:  "My name is Tanya Davis. I  am 10 and one half years old. I  go to Halfmoon Bay elementary  school, Sunshine Coast. I'm writing to you because I would like  to enter your secretary contest. I  think that our secretary, Mrs.  Kelly, is the best secretary in the  world because if you need something, badaboom, you got it! So  if you go into her office with a  bloody knee and she looks really  busy, (but it's just a disguise) she  will say, 'Are you alright, do you  need a band-aid?' and will help  you out. She's always there when  you need her and is never in a  bad mood. We all think she's the  best! Your best fan, Tanya  Davis."  While on the subject of  school, the Halfmoon Bay  Research Project Committee is  looking for someone to help  coordinate activities in the school  and the community associated  with Growing Pains: A Child and  Family-Centred Response to  Rapid Community Growth  Research Project.  The successful candidate  requires good communication  and organization skills, a commitment to commugjtyjf miljari-  ty with school and neighbourhood, flexible work hours,  preferably with post secondary  school education. These are  some of the requirements for  which salary is to be negotiated.  Apply in writing to Ms. Joanne  Pearson, Administrator, Halfmoon Bay School, C51 Wild-  wood Site, RR1 Halfmoon Bay,  BC.  Flea market  If you plan to reserve a table  at the Welcome Beach Giant  Flea Market on Sunday, May 22,  better do so now by calling 885-  3305 or 885-4590. Renlal fee is  $7.  Reminder  Membership fees of $3 are  now due for the Welcome Beach  Community Association. Make  sure of your voting rights at the  annual general meeting in June  by sending your fee to Joyce  McMahon, Box 19 Southwood,  Halfmoon Bay or drop it off at  her home at 8138 Southwood  Road.  AtrbtiNiln  SKOOKUM CHRYSLER  HIGHWAY 101, GIBSONS ��� 886-3433  Calling Clark Kent: Tsimshian  artist Roy Henry Vickers  received recognition from two  different worlds this past week  ��� the BC Native was named  Chief Tlagwikila by hit Heilt-  suk people and was made a lifetime honourary member of the  RCMP E Division and Officers  Mess.  And why are we calling  Clark Kent, the alter ego of  Superman? The press release  about Vickers came from Lois  Lane Communications, which  promises "Super Media and  Public Relations."  Up, upandawaaaaay...  ���  Trashy: Need to get rid of  some garbage? Call the SCRD.  Really, regional district officials  are now selling Earth Machine  Composters at $40.87 a pop.  (We didn't even know they  were licensed for retail, much  less off sales.)  Still, how can anyone resist a  gadget that's 'accessorized'  with "the wingdigger aerate*?"  Call Cathy Kenny at 885-2261  for more info.  more on page 19  ________  mmm Coast News, May 9,1994  11  M5H2IS  AflERITflGE MARKET  Your First Choice in Foods since 1950  MEAT  QUALITY BRANDS YOU CAN TRUST  Cut (rem Canada Grad* A boot  ib Steaks  ���.to/kg  ^49 n>  Tetley  Tea Bags  72't you save 1.01  Purox  2  98  lonolois  Sirloin Tip  Roast  MO/KS   ' ' '    !  2'|  099Bb  4__)    ____)    .���>���  Bathroom Tissue      fi98  24't ........���..,......M.���.............yOU toy* 4.61 ^a^aW  24'i ,���.....M....���...M.���...M........you tav* 4.61  Scott poach or unbleachod  i  you ��ov�� 1.11  i'^Kw.v-.'.svw^*;'  ! Mexlcata  : Tortilla Chips  *  400 g VO�� im* li*i i  MadkimfflBI  Ground Beef  4.17/kg ,.������...< ��....  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Nail your letters, parcels,  registered mall, Priority Post &  Express Post.  Our Post Office has the  same hours as the store!  Mon  9-7  T'JES  9.7  Wed  9-7  Thur<  9-7  Fri  9-9  Sai  9-6  Sun  10-6  MONEY ORDERS AVAILABLE  Parcel Pick-Up Service; padded envelopes &  boxes for mailing.  COLLECTORS: We'll special-order any       j  stamps, corner blocks and first-day covers! -O  fcfi�� .99"  Cactus 375 ea  $ CONTEST *  DRAW   W  Each week we draw for  over $500 worth of gift  certificates!  Entering is easy - see  details on our draw bin  or ask your cashier.  Many of your  neighbours have  already won... YOU  COULD BE NEXT!  a PRODUCE  I.e. grown -Mdtrwh  BokChoy  .M/kg  OQlb  ...   ...... ���     _��� ���__ -,,  wosrangnm ��� w i rancy  Red  id  A^les  ���49*  U.$, Qrown ��� #1 Qpod*;  Medium  Yellow Onions       QQfl>  .16/kg      ���        *��f��F  Mexican ��� tl grade  Honeydew  Melons AQH>  l.M/kg..���..���.���........ ��U��T  U.l. grown-#1 grade cetto  Russet Potatoes    199 en  10b bag.  JL  .���W'.Vft'lfe-i .^K'��"* e)V.i,i  Turkey Breast 199  Heed, 100 g  X  Spiced Ham 159  Meed, 100 g  X  Salami Loaf, Pepperoni or  Summer Loaf 109  ���Iced, 100 g  X  Bologna ��Q  ���Iced, 100 9  ��� V��F  ImiL  FfMn  ChowMein 109  100 g  X  SEAFOOD  Snapper Fillets  ill/kg   kiNNfflon  Crabmeat  M0/kg   Vegeti  12.10/kg..  3691b  3991b  leTempura K490>  Any  Seafood  Item  Limit one per  customei  V iy ')  IS   l')44  Claytons Heritage  Market  ��� 12  Coast News, May 9,1994  community  Now accepting  VISA  VARIETY  minimum $10 purchase  FOODS  886-2936  m. -���  53','   \           ���   <M*W    ''  JHI  VHT'      1  K*3  wt... ^  sm^i-l,---'  Hf * f^aW  Wkt'iM  BwinHB��5WWHp*'��i'"������"    i  . .;.  ���w  \M  ^Hl  If*  "M\  .-.ff-��   1  h n im  n ���     .' *\__  wk v  __m -*}X��-_i__fl  , _;  f 1     B <    *J  _____Ul   ��� 'H  B 4.V  m  %**y~i*a\ m -W  WWW"  vH^B 11 ^w* i  1 n ^n  HI      1 HVfMB"  m**^!fi  1  *  * ���     /  *  .'V . ,  \;          .    ���   '  '  IP*  Jt<  OMPER  CONSTRUCTION LTD  CUSTOM HOME BUILDING & DESIGN  Joe Pomper  ph 886-8952  eel 880-6921  Climbing the lirst 50 metres in this year's Pender Harbour Secondary School Milk Run in Pender Harbour on April 27, school principal  David Witt, third from left, Mb behind the early starters. Proceeds from the race were donated to the BC Special Olympics 'buddy*  program. Roxanne Gregory pholo  harbour highlights  NEW TO THE SUNSHINE COAST  Need help a  something done?  ���GIVE US A CALL-  Special low rates  for seniors, shut-ins  & special needs.  886-3696 Mon.-Fri. (9-5) ��� After hours 886-7812  P*A*L*S  PEOPLE AIDING LOCALS  by Frank Roosen, 883-2920  Pender Harbour May Day  will be coming up soon with one  of the first main events being"1  the May Day parade. There is  still a little time left to prepare a  float, so get cracking.  Following is some advice as to  how to start. First you form a  committee that plans what your  float should be and/or represent;  usually it depicts some political  satire, so let's say we put the  Minister of Environment riding  an elk on the float. That motion  was accepted and now the committee is looking for an appro*  priate undercarriage to build this  monstrous scene and at some  farm, an old hay wagon was  found.  Next come the welders who  fabricate all sorts of superstructure from pipe and angle iron,  which makes the elk and the  rider make all the moving  motions. After that, concrete-  rebar gets welded around Ihis to  make up the main appearance.  The rebar gets covered with  chicken wire in such a way that  it is now looking like the previously mentioned animal and its  rider.  Now the women come into  the picture with old telephone  books and paste. Each page gets  ripped out, pasted, and one corner of the page gets folded over  and into the chicken wire. When  the whole float is thus covered,  layer after layer after layer of  old newspapers get pasted onto  this until a firm, hard body is  accomplished and is followed  by a layer of waterproof paper.  Next come the artists with  their paint pots and brushes. The  brightest colours are preferred,  although the elk should remain  Sen ing the Sunshine Coast since 1945  MHJlKN CUP AWARD  COFFEE  it DANNY'S  COFFEE HiiI'SE 4_MI1TEL  OHMom'-'ni   HMttl""  (Soast Mjews  StRVINt, TUB liROWIiW; Kl'NSIIINK COAST ���  liilnunt. MC V-luuiv W. buuilKi l��. M.iy I:  raiNnnum  MOCHA)) MUB I - It, asUfB  Referendum passes!  mat ��r lii.i Tltuiwluy', ..(tool iwjii.1 rtfrrrwhi  wlmll pUMXl Willi II MJ IRrftvM V��l-   IttAt yiDl't vnt<>.  ��tii n ll  .aa ili-l. iiti-U. I. 'Itiiwii in brat-kru   An rdWKMl tAtetma .mm  :.twly��i. ul how Ihr vmi' wn. ili-lnliuhi] will I. tuunil Ml l*MRC Two  I'ollini; Malum  n* Mjnil  li.n.ibi.r liluml  1't.il Mi linn  l-anudali*  (iriMom Rural  Robert* Creek  D��vii Bay  Srloia Park  lacMI  Wen Sechell  Haltnioon Bay  Madeira Pa*  Irvinel Uiwlini  Garten Bay  EffflMt  NcliM laland  TOTAL  I <��l  11 (III  It (III  II 1171  JBlHtl  IU IH)  H (III  a nil  i i-i  m mi  II   IU)  a mi  a (��i  I (-)  I (i)  i (i)  7    (1)  muni  - ��)  i di  i in  11 IU)  ���a mil  a ia>  M (II)  M III)  a (-)  n (U)  �� (i)  i (��  a mi  i (��)  ��� nn  11 (U)  - (-)  aidni  Their Elphmilon- Secondary  icbool iludentt Ron Caldwell  at Ihe tap. Terry Fonhner neat,  WUla Wlniravr. third and Cota.  nie Warn have been eboaen to  form part at a iroup or u itu-  denti (ram three icbaol dli.  trtcli lo travel la Retina In  July linder auipicei of Ibe Can-  IMWlal youth pracram Hwy  ate.rf.At U IllrfraU Ca*a(e  Want ia fna Gambler laiand.'  Ran Caldwell from SteAtll lad  Ibe other twa from Olbaona.  Paint prizes  PriiM ol H mc* will be  awarded by Iht Art* council  U Ih* Ut* beit picturtt of the  current crop of fence patntinit  cboeen by inibllt ballot Ballot  tlai nil takr place on Saturday  fr"n ' ������        'tat.ii take  School board chairman Joeeph Horvalb at Monday nifhi'i  board meeting thanked thoea who bid cantribntn* tint and effort  In ictlini Ibe referendum bafore tbc poblk. He wat happy to ��ec  that it patted and found It inlerettmi to note placet which had voted 1�� percent Ir favor. Nelton lalaad. Bnwen Island. Gambler If-  land and Halfmoon Bay, none of wttcb have any hope of (tiling a  lrtooi butldUtf lor a ft�� jean. Tbere ara people *bo recopOie  need and do ml Mie far what Ibey eta pt, Hr Karvatk added  He noted that Ibe smaller ereai voted far tbc rrtereitduai and  In a toad repreteolatlvt vote Tten wai Hill wrae diufreemetM  over the icfcooi board ollice prepoaal However tbt nftrendaa *���*  patted, be Nil la cMClatlaa.  A NEW BRIDGE.'  Final property Kttlemtal. at- poadracc   vtlb   Mr.   Gailudl  tocUiad with improvement aid over the bridge and Itt accident  reflacemnl  t*  tbt bndft  at record baa received tbt follow-  Graatbant bat been WMM< 1% n**tr  by SS nui Gaflardl. m*       la rtpfy to yow totter al  rial wM*mt tl Mfbwayi. A��m tl to my fc���    '  nit  brtap   to   aa  and  tbt rogardini   tbc   brU  Jiaaaaw tltaru  a*  tbt  twa ar tbno ytart to abtali aai- paaat aa aajnatej wai wt uve  ftdaat inftrty ta omM* rt- bata delayed aa one ftaporty  cwtlnrttaa tf At bfii^t ** 9 mamnt. bat we art UUM  lew daaceraai aagto ittyt lo fmaiut tali la lha !���-  Thto urfarmaUaa bat bata m* mediate future and wtll ha att-  pllad br Mn. lathal Dawna, cetdMi with cootincttaa lhan-  of Powell River who la etrna- after"  lultowiiii.  ixiinl by  1'iitf Wil  Mhwl  dminrl   MiTt'litry-ln'UkiKiT.  Th' IWurJ uf School Ti-unlii",  would like nt cxii'inl th thunht  lo nil thiiM- who niiiiiibulid lo  Ibr HK-t'l-kftlul  [WSMItM Of Itl'fl't-  endum R.  FiMly. -'��� should like to  Hunk .ill tluiM- who calm- QUI  umi t-xt-nlMil ilMir democrittii-  litivili'K'' ul vutinu, rcKardlcu  of which way they voted.  Wc sJmuUl like to lhank the  Kiwoni* Uub and the local mcr-  chiintt who tupinrlcd the refer-  ciMium in a paid udvcrtlicmeM:  itH- Iwu local ncwi|W|KT�� lor  Iheir very mponttHc and un-  Maud ai>i'roacb to tbc mailer;  the local Parent Teacher n-  tociation. winch undertook a  ti'lepbonc Get Oul and Vote  campaign and organltcd tram-  inrlaltoa for Ihote who needed  II, Ihe Seehell Teachert' atto-  ciauon for nprettlng lit tup-  I��rl and actively attlitlai the  Iruitcei at the pubbc tncelingt,  the Vaacwvcr Sun for giving  ut [wrmutlon to ute the Pelcr-  aon cartoon on oar brochurei  and itotlera and in Ihe ntwt-  paper adverlltementi; the  radio itattoiu which broadcaii  rcnlnden about the referendum aa their public itivice pro-  gramt. ?nd. of courte. tht  deputy returning officeri and  poll dcrfct who iptnl a long  and. In tome caaei. dull 11  hoan on polling day.  Moil of all, we mutt lhank  thoac owner-electon who felt  able to change their No votti  lo Vet votei in the Interval between Ibe rejected Referendum  T and the confirmed Referendum I. Their lupfwrt made all  iht dUftrtace  There will be temportry pori-  abM daaoraaau la ata at Gibtont Elentenury tchool and  Uphlntlaae Secondary tchool  tMt faU. Thu H unavoidable,  duo ta tht delay canted hr Iht  erttwal ntectun ol tht reltr  end^m la Decoatbar. We de not  know, yet. whether tr att  WINNKH Pamela Grott nn left wilh Candacr Campbell, treond. in  ihe Coati Newt annual (pelting bee.  31 in spelling bee  The Coat! Newt second annual *,|wllinK bet- for slwlcnlt  of 11' mcniary school* *a^ run  oir Wi-drie-bdaiy niuhl of Ittl  week In Sethcli't Elementary  Mhool ariivit* hall with Pamela droit, a Sechelt grade  tia gtrl Ihe winner and Can-  dace Campbell, a Gibtons grade  nt iilrl cominx tecond  Thu year ibe grade- seven  claim were included which re-  tulied In Sl tludenlt laklnjt  i��tt under dircciton of Principal  W. I. Heid Utt year 11 look  part with Valerie Johnton of  Ijnifdale tchool being the winner and Jim Dunu of Gibvwt  ichool coming tecond. The win-  nrd won 111 and the runner-u|i  H,  Foilowlng :hr tpellinc bec Mr.  feld cfpreated Mi ihankt for  glvins the tludenlt a chance to  uke part In the following Idler:  May 1 take thu opportunity  on behalf tl tht ttndenti and  t'-boola of the .iiiirtci tt thank  y ti for your kindnett. once  a am for ipomorlng our Spelling s*amM.  1 know that tht Impnrttnce  tl goad ipellmr u one tbni yon  feti. iwdarrtandably. u tl grant  Importnnee. and I fad that the  challenging competition and In-  itreil dlapiajrd by tht thUdrtn  did much lo brtnj; thia (n the  suifiiiv Iu |irumolc thit theme.  All In all il wn* a motl en-  joyiiMe evening jn.l one now  ihe children almoul eapect, and  n-rluinly look forward to at on  annual evenl. In other word*.  Ihey are qulle prepared now to  Kct themtelve* In training for  next year't cotiletl, and I Ihink  l��.ihi|is ihU It what you had in  mind. - W. I. Rdd. Principal  Thoie loklnK part on tlaite  were ���  Davit iLiy (Irade ��. Ona Bur-  neit, Kalhy DeKleer: V Vnlrie  Simmont.  Gibtont. Grade T. Jim Burnt,  I. Curia Walton, Candace  Campbell; >. Debbie Lnckhari.  Karn Endertby.  langdale. Grade 7. Haymond  Valerlet Johnton, Sheahan ft n-  in;-, 3, Doug. Campbell. Jin  HudcJph  MntViro IVk Grade ; Wtn-  dy flayion Cheryl Rae: I. Sally Paul. Jucr.ua Cliarlctun. i.  Detdre  Murphy,  Nanry  Wylry  Roberit Creek. Grade 7. IK n  nli tUaichlord, Sutan Nlelten:  I, Dena Rlatchford. Mark Eng-  lith, S, Carol Nomgrrn. Debo-  lak Bata  Sechell, drade T, Warren Allan. Ricky Nritan. I, Pamela  Umt. Kevin Waltert, 1 Lantle  Allan. Eleanor Swan  Gibsons mill rate 18.92 ESs^T* Surplus melting away  m ibiii he*    ���.-���.^ry far toaae .....    U_*E ���     ��� ��� ������     #4e>,uia.   ~,t ���.-.<-.. ,a...  Sacholt'i    MuiMpnl   tarvlnt    cipdlty  bul wbttber ihu nit  "aa be malntnlned wuhoui anv  Life is a tricky equation  The "trick" is to find the constant  The Coast News has been a constant on the Sunshine Coast for over 46 years. Over those years we've  watched the world change around us while we've remained steady as a rock, providing a safe, reliable  institution for your advertising dollar.  The first issue of the Coast News rolled off the presses on July 11,1945, providing in-depth coverage for the  Coast's little more than 500 residents. Today, we're still covering the Coast for its 25,000-plus residents,  faithfully marking the passage of every week in history.  Life is too variable to predict what the next 50 years will hold, but with your support the constant will be the  COAST^NEWS  brown/grey. After a few coats of  that, you are ready and hope to  win first prize.  During the parade the elk  staggers up and down trying to  get rid of the rider, who is hanging on for dear life and his head  is swaying left and right, up and  down. All this is accomplished  by people inside and underneath, who manipulate bars and  pulleys, ropes and ratchets. It  makes a wonderful sight.  For better effect you could  have the elk coming out of a  forest and heading into a  farmer's field. Very effective.  But we have been to a few communities where there were some  30 groups, each building a  parade float and each group  consisting of about 40 people  and there were only 1,200 people living in the village. So they  advertised all around to come  and see their parade because all  of the village was in it.  This is a true story; the last  one who told it is still alive. So  there is your start for May Day,  1994, Saturday, May 21. Come  all out and support this PH community club big day.  PH Lioness' car rally  This car rally scavenger hunt  will be held on Friday, May 20  and all registrations have to be  in before May 13, so hurry.  Please phone president Arlene  at 883-2406.  Resident honoured  The BC Health Association  has presented Pender Harbour  resident William Griffith with a  certificate for long service to  the medical welfare of his community.  In making the presentation,  the Association described Griffith as "a driving force behind  the Pender Harbour and District  Health C^ntr'ed for almostJ2d'Lri  years." GHffith was wasoriedf'1  lS^dttiiiilni mtmVhia SPtfiiP ,v  Pender Harbour and District  Health Centre Society, formed  in 1974 to garner community  and government support to  build a health centre, procure a  full-time physician and provide  an ambulance. The health centre  became a reality in 1976.  Griffith served as a director  on the board from 1979 to 1982  egmont news  and from 1985 until the present,  eight of the last nine years as  president.  He also worked with other  health care agencies, such as St.  Mary's Hospital, Mental Health  and Continuing Care and served  for two years on the Comprehensive Health Organization.  Committee, attended Heallh Initiative Forums and New DK��^A0  lions meetings, "all with the  inTenf'df gaining Iftftght lirttb '  providing affordable heath cafe  to an outlying area," the Association release said.  "He deserves to be recognized for the outstanding job he  has done as a member of the  board and the community.  Health care in Pender Harbour  would not be as accessible as it  is without his contributions."  by Maureen Parrott, 883-9189  Cherry blossoms finished last  week, but dogwood and apple are  blooming merrily.  A sow bear with cub was  sighted last week. Black bears  are common visitors in early  spring. They forage wherever  they can until berry time, then  move up the mountains. Keep  your garbage inside or wrap it so  the bears can't smell it; that's a  good precaution against dogs and  raccoons, too.  Egmont Community Club  membership came due at New  Year's. When you drop by to pay  Betty ($42 ensures you a voice in  running the community in 1994  and discounts at Egmont events),  let her know whether you have  any first aid training or volunteer  fire department experience;  we're putting together an emergency call list.  Mark your calendar: Egmont  Day will be Saturday, June 4. As  well as allowing Shirley and Bill  Hall's grandkids to attend, that  date will give Russell Silvey one  more crack at a fishing derby  before his 13th birthday three  days later.  Flo Williams is relieved to see  her friends again as her eyesight  improves after an operation to fix  her cataracts.  Another operation extended  the BC visit of my mother-in-  law, Helen Parrott, now recovering in Surrey Memorial Hospital  and feeling better every day.  John and Katie Devlin are  feeling better after a bout of illness, which fortunately did not  strike until after Katie's surprise  75th birthday party. John and  Katie had gone to visit a niece  and nephew in Tsawassen and  found family gathered from as  far twty as Ontario. Katie's  daughters Elsie, Gloria and Margaret, son Waller Andruzko and  daughter-in-law Sandra all came  up to Egmont for a visit afterward.  Powell River bike racer  suffers serious injury  Tragedy marred the seventh  annual Middlepoint Motorcross  race Sunday, May 1, when 26-  year-old David Hanson of Powell River was critically injured in  a bjking accident south of  Haslam Lake.  Hanson, competing in the  motorcross division, was entering his second lap when he lost  control during a jump at the sand  pit, slamming head first into the  opposite sand bank.  Ambulance crews dispatched  to the scene ordered an emergency helicopter evacuation shortly  after arriving. On Thursday,  Hanson was still in the intensive  spinal care centre at Vancouver  General and was slated for  surgery; his condition on Sunday  was listed as "stable." Hanson  was one of 29 competitors in this  year's race. Pender Harbour  Motorcycle club organizer Lois  Ross said about 100 spectators  turned out for the 4.5 km event.  Ross said the mishap was the  first serious accident in the  seven-year history of the race,  and she didn't think it was going  to change the way the race is  run. "People do get hurt sometimes. It's a sports event, but we  are very concerned about his  condition."  :  i   :  ______________m___a  _________  mm  ______  SM^-A Coast News, May 9,1994  sports  Newspaper to  honour coaches  Without coaches and their  volunteer time and efforts,  sporting programs for our youth  would diminish and dissolve.  And far too often these people who selflessly give up their  after-work and weekend hours,  usually meaning time away  from their families, go unnoticed.  With this in mind, the Coasl  News/Weekender has entered a  Coach Recognition Program in  concert with 3M Canada to recognize these individuals.  Starting in the next issue of  the Weekender, nomination  forms will appear in the sports  section.  If you know a coach you  believe is deserving of this  award, complete the nomination  form and mail or fax it to the  paper (Box 460, Oibsons, BC  VON IVO/ fax-886-7725: Attention Ian Cobb).  A local selection committee  will be set up to review the  nominations and select the winning coach(es).  No more than four can be  award-winners and they will be  featured in the paper.  Winners will be judged on  their ability to demonstrate  respect for officials, opponents  and parents and espouse a philosophy of fair play, and demonstrate a concern for the all-round  development of the athlete and  instill guidelines reflecting  responsible conduct beyond the  playing field.  In addition, they must be able  to present a positive image of  coaching, demonstrate an ability  to improve the athletic performance of a team or an individual, and apply relevant training  theory and coaching techniques.  Note: the nominated coaches  must have coached at least two  years and coaches in all sports,  team and individual, are open  for nomination. Coaches must  reside and coach on the Sunshine Coast.  Deadline for submissions is  Monday, June 6.  glbsons minor ball standings  Hundreds ol young ball players will be swarming throughout the Qibsons area  on May 28 collecting refundable bottles/tins ol your favourite beverage. This  event Is a major fundrasier for the Year End Tournament. Please show your  support and have your bottles ready for pickup.  Gibsons Minor Ball Association scores reported for this week:  DIVISION        fOFTEAMS  GAME NIGHT  FIELD  MIDGET                3  Mon, Wed, Sat  Bros3  No Games Reported  MIDGET STADINGS  Team                 Wins  Ties  Loses Ports  Toma                  4  0  2    8  Home  Hardware              2  0  3    4  Howe Sound  Pharmacy             2  0  3    4  DIVISION        fOFTEAMS  GAMENIQHT  FIELD  BANTAM,    ,,    .    4    ,  . Sunjue,  Brass  vi, rill.- lit "            ��� ira    ���  i  ThMt.Fll, .  . 8ros3,  April 29  Rotorts Creek Legion 22 vs Gibsons Lions 5. Michael Hudwnd  was the winning pitcher .May 3: Gibsons Lions 14 vs Roberts Creek Legion 3.  BANTAM STANDINGS:  Team                Wins  Ties          Loset  i         Points  RC Legion              S  1              0  11  GibsonsUons          2  1              3  5  CoastalRoads         2  1              3  S  Dales Auto Clinic      1  1              4  3  DIVISION        fOFTEAMS  GAME NIGHT  FBI)  PEEWEE               7  Mon  01?  Tues  Bros2;GII2  Fri.  Bros1,2;Gil2  May 2: Coastal Tire 9 vs Patra Pisa 8. An all around good game. May 3:  Sunnycrast 5 vs Gibsons 3.  STANDINGS  Team             Wins     Ties  Losses Points  Sunnycrest        3        0  2         6  Firefighters        3        0  2         6  Pharmasave       3        0  2         8  DutchPan         2        1  2         5  PatraPizza        2        1  3         S  CoastalTire       2        0  2         4  Gibsons            1         3  0         2  DIVISION        fOFTEAMS  GAME NIGHT  FIELD  MOSQUITO            10  Sun, Wed  Bros 2  Mon  Bros 2; Gill  Points  10  10  8  6  6  4  4  3  3  0  Mosquito coaches the correct number to report (cores Is 886-3430.  DIVISION         fOFTEAMS      GAMENK5HT FIELD  TADPOLE              10                 Mon Lang2  Tues G*1,2;CQr1,2  Thur Gib 1,2,3; CGr 1,2  No games or standings reported this week.  DIVISION  MINITAD  "WWW  Wholesome & nutritious on  homemade buns. Enjoy beef, chicken  or veggie burgers with salad or our  famous homemade chips.  Teredo Sq., Sechelt 885-9962    /���.,!<. &���  -p/ttA ,  /       'Serving the Coast for 14 years'        C VUV  I It TrOU X*S     V  leC  ^  Waiting for a crack at the bat  Renco Construction's minor ball players ponder their game with  Dargatz Glass- ��       ,    Kvla McDonald photo  "'ir ( i-r-ti ������ ���  I  GOT A NEWS STORY?  Call us at 886-2622  or 885-39301  nhvighu  TO n HIGH���R  DCPOSIT RfiT���.  OWIS��� TH���  CflftiaiKflN.  Navigate $5000*  of'new money" to Sunshine Coast  Credit Union between May 9th  and July Sth, 1994, and we'll  navigate you to a 6 I/2X*  bonus interest rate on a one  year locked-ln term deposit.  Lang 1; Gib 2  April 22: Gibsons 8 vs Pebbles Realty 7. May 1: Make up game-Gibsons 11  vs IGA 10. May 2: Gibsons 12 va Dwlina 11. May 4: High Point Escav. 10 vs  Qibsons 7.  STANDINGS  Team Wins     Ties      Losses  SuperValu S        0        0  Peninsula Ind.     5        0 0  Devils 3 0 2  Qibsons 3        0        2  HPEscav. 3        0        2  Investors Qrp. 2 0 3  Quality Farms 2 0. 2  IGA 113  Omega 1        1        3  Pebbles 0        0        6  fOFTEAMS      GAMENIQHT FIELD  8 Mon Gib1,3;CGr1,2  Wed        Gib 1,2,3; CGr 1,2  Although scorn for this division are not reported, gama highlights are  welcomed.  Winning coaches are urged to report gama (cores and or highlights by  Wednesday 10 pm to Rm al 888-3430. Please be prepared with the following  Information: your division, the date the game was played, team names, Ihe  final score and any game/player highlights.  Sunshine Coatt Croat Untoi  Gibtont Branch  Sunshine Coast Hwy.  Tel. 886-8121  Pender Harbour  Branch  Madeira Park Rd.  Tel. 883-9531  Sechelt Branch  Teredo St  Tel. 88S-3255  You could win  a Caribbean Cruise worth  approximately $5000, or you  could win ono of three $500  cash prixes. One will 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. Navigate them over to  Sunshine Coast Credit Union.  We QQ have more to offer!  Visit any branch of Sunshine  Coast Credit Union for  complete contest details.  * tSOOO minimum required to receive bonus rate;  S1000 minimum required to enter prize draws.  'New money'represents funds not currently on  deposit ot SCCU Role is subject to chonfe.  Cruise provided by:  SSI7 Wharf, Sechelt. Tel. 8(5-8964  Ml  'Your Cruise Vacation Store'  NORWEGIAN  CflUISC LIN!  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Excavating  OunnarCMellaneen  eel 1-M7-MM MC7RR1  Olbeont, BC V0H IV��  se/mNo  QUAUTY RENOVATIONS CABINETS  INTERIOR FINISH  BobScalw 883-9283  H_  ENTERPRISES  MOBILE WELONO ANO FABBICATINO ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS  STEEL ��� STAINLESS ��� ALUMINUM  MBcoMmicimMintMt  ITKKMBI.IIM  MOWABOLANO _\SaTmSasa, . <**���  .'i'i��n��o iM��o..      886-3231       sss^my  THISTLEDOWN INTERIORS  Wall Stencilling ��� Semiiun  Cuitom Dnign ��� Inirrlur Painting  ' Bipct Hailing ��� Colour Conailiuit  WammmHatJtammttemmit  P.O. BOX571.GIBSONS. BC V0W1VD UMiU  MISCF-ILANEOOS SERVICES  W��t Coast Vinyr  QUMJTY VINYL SUNDECKS  Erik Ntilstfl MS4707  10 YEARS'EXPERIENCE  *.a.ai.fkM*Mt.C-*2  SecheH. B.C. VON 3A0     .  *N  Chainsaws & Trimmers  Gary's  303CAU ^E=tViCE  ^L  taoacm-TMca.pomB.iTOH owmn  ���wewuBMOM������eMwuate-ero  PAMTWOAWALVAKMNG  Jntarior/Exterior  PLGMBIING  ^j�� Denii  *f      HHIUI  D&P CONCRETE  PIACING& FINISHING  Kcsldenlial and Commercial  ACI OrUflcd  Denis Turenne      Paul Desautclii  886-0340 885-5492  Landscaping ��� Snow Removal  Bush Clearing* Grading  Driveways ��� Backfill  Randy 88S-4146  CUSTOM BUILT  SPIRAL STAIRS  DAMIR   8864988  PAUL'S PLUMBINO * HIATINfl  Remodcllins ��� Burst Pipes  Hot Water Tanks ��� Plussed Drains  Box 1977, Gibsons,  B.C.V0N1V0  M*MM  B  ���MMMH Coast News, May 9,1994  15  Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad <�� times  and pay for only 2 times!   Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  FRIDAY AT NOON  mammm GibSOnS &  *** Sechelt Offices  Homos &  Properly  Lot toi sale oi lease, Industrial  Park, Upper Gibsons. 9214060.  #21 c  OPEN HOUSE  5531 Brooks Rd., Hfmn. Bay, Sat.  & Sun., 2-4 pm. Beautllul 2 bdim.  $109,900,665-2649. ss  By owner -styHsh west coait town-  bouse overlooking Sechelt bird  sanctuary. 2 bdrms., plus loll, walk  to stores, beach etc. Patio, decks,  skylights, vaulted ceilings, fireplace  and more. Southern exposure.  (163,900. To view phone 885-  4145. ��21c  Investigating A  Real Estate  Career?  Need assistance with  the Real Estate  Pre-Ucenslng Course?  Call Rob Gill  Sales Manager  NRS. Sechelt Realty  88S-2235  Lot 6 Vista Fjord Estates, 1/2 acre,  prime view ol islands, mountains  and Howe Sound. In exclusive  controlled subdivision. (905) 508-  6911. / vTVo     K1C  FOR SALE BY OWNER  Must sell 14x70, $28,000.12x70,  (22.000. S.C. Mobile Home Park,  Qibsons. 685-5608. #21c  Sava Rsaltor Feee Savo  Qibsons -1113 Sunnyside, large  landscaped lot with raised bed gardens, fruit trees, close to school  and bus, quiet well maintained  area, 3 bdim. rancher, 1246 sq. It.  Heavy Insulation, 2x6 const., 11/2  baths, large deck, (178,500.886-  7825 or lv. mess, at 1-478-9753,  #21c  Level lot,'. 3x134, mostly cleared,  close to swimming beach and  lerry. Feeney Road, Soames Pt.,  No GST, (69,900.886-2575.K1C  Cleared view lot, approx.  102x172', septic approved.  (65,000. Private. 883-9418, 983-  4392. KOC  Hallmoon Bay. Unique 2 level log  home, new carpets, oak kitchen,  large rock l/p, w/RSF stove, 2  decks, ocean view, on park-lie 2/3  acre. Added bonus: t bdrm w/Ml  cabin, presently rented at  $400/mo. (215,000.685-8969. ss  Foi sale by ownei: 3 bedioom  rancher on .36 acre, 8096 Alder-  wood Road, Hallmoon Bay,  (169,900. Don, days at 885-2201,  evenings 8854944. tin  Roberts Creek house on 1/2 acre  nicely treed, new 2 bdrm. Inlaw  suite, (165,000.885-4243. #2lw  Ttaw* ^tUuuuitU Scwicti Que.  THE MORTGAGE SPECIALISTS  MORTGAGERS (BORROWERS) NEED HELP?  MORTGAGEES (LENDERS) WANT YOUR FUNDS PLACED TO  WORK THE BEST FOR YOU?  J.R (Jim) MUNRO  8864831 PAGER  886-3753 FAX  GIVE ME A CALL FOR EVALUATION AND QUOTES'  SUNNYCREST HALL, GIBSONS  Terror responsibility^  PiEASE CHECK YOUR AD ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS  Advertiwrt on oikad to listen carafufly at al od* placid by  tobphon*   art   completely   r��ad   boa   verifying   raquMted  cwitHcofcw, ilort date, number of inieriioni and a copy content.  We take extreme care to ovoid typographical tttm,\w*m, in  tie went of on error, we on mpofwoM only for lie finl income)  iruerlion of on od. We do not attune any iWpBBJMy for any  naion (or an errof in on ad beyond tie coil of fie od ibel.  < error IMfWDUnLY by calng 116-2632  "   MondaytoMdvytam.leSpj*,  OB**"  &S___f  At any of our convenient  Friendly  ���i People Places mi  DEADLINE IS 3 00  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Piece 88J-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  B &J STORE 885 8515  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-M00  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Slreel 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockside Pharmacy)  886-2622   1.   Homes &  House for sale by owner. Drive by  866 Oceanmount Btvd and phone  686-3726 lor appointment to view.  3 bedrooms, 3 bate, 2800 sq. It.  living area. KOc  Madeira Park lot, Merrill Cresc,  cleared, .34 acre. $52,900. 885.  0899.        88  Empty view lot In Grantham's  Landing, 50x102', serviced. 948-  0713. ��19c  Close in - Qibsons lol, Trickle-  brook Way, $79,500.1-922-3559.  88  Homes &  Pioperty  Announcemer  8.   Recreation  Real Battle Saks  Good mm for  food utetpeopli  North America's finest msrkaing  system U slfti the m��l cosl effective Combined with our flexible  commission structure. I successlul igont can retain the increases  in earnings the NRS system will  Call our si  Rob (HI-fori  confidential appointment.  NRS Serial Resty  COSTARICA Dlil-a-Bottli'btllvtry Service  3 serviced 1 hectare farm lots boi- Small errands our specialty We  deied by a tropical park, swimming pick up and deliver lo your door.  river, view, mins. to Pacific white Mix, cigarettes, ice, drycleanlng,  sand beaches, $26,500. Owner, prescriptions. Adult refreshments.  885-5157, ss Beer and Wine Store hours. 686-  Twoyr.oW 3 bdrm. rancher on 1/2 ��5?1 j^  acre lot, bordered by a nature  park. This 1400 sq. tt. home tea-  lures 2 skylights, bay window, 2  lull baths, large garage & plenty ol  parking space. Located neat new  goll course and arena. No agents  please. $179,900.685-9643 J20w  Roberts Cieek Beach Ave., 3  bdim. 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  Colonic Irrigation. 885-8857.K1W  GIBSONS CURLING  CLUB  Pagsrt1-��7��66(5or  Robert @K3A Qibsons 8664487  *Mt&aMg*��M*1etk  MAI FEST "LEAVENWORTH"  May 14 ��� $38, pp.. also  'HOT DEALS IN THE CITY-  3 Day Portland, July 4 - $180.  ..Plus Rem Ir. $159 Black Velvet  5804511. Klc  WATERFRONT PROPERTY  Approx. 6000 aq. IL ot land zoned  m OCP ��� C-5 PLUS private moor-  age.w ramp and float and 3 bdim.  house. ONLY $329,000 (Unbekev-  aH financing available) Cal Angela  hnldatalls.986-3151.    Klw  3 bdrm. bungalow, 5410 Derby  Rd., W. Sechelt, 4 yia. old,  immaculate, 1347 sq. It., dble.  garage, ensulte, quiet street,  atone'a throw to ocean. Asking  $1(9,000. To view 885-3597.K0W  W. Sechelt, lovely 2 bdim. 2 Ml  bath modular home w/tamily room,  D/R, nook and 4 appl. on .61 acre  lolonSS.Cst.Hwy.w/pertialview,  zoned R3. To view 685-3737 oi  885-4602. ss  OMyWMTI  MMUS  ANNUAL  FLEA  MARKET  June 12,10-2 pm  For table rental:  Phone Helen at  886-4887 or  886-81 SS  QERI'S ELECTROLUX  (the only resident sales $ service  representative on the Sunshine  Coast). 1507 Reed Rd., Qibsons.  886-4776. "Alive and well afler 15  yen ol local sendee" I would Ike  to dispel any rumours of out ol Contact Coast News, 885-3930.  Set ot keys on red snakeskin folding holder says 'Mum's keys', aiea  of St. Mary's S Big Mac's, Apr. 27.  Summer  Bite* & Europe  ��� Chartered flights  ��� Eurail passes  ��� Hotel specials  ��� Coach tours  ��� Car/camper rentals  ANDERSON REALTY  CATALOGUE  56M Cowrie St., Box 1219  Sechek, BCVON SAO  HMMIFAXWaW  Van. To! Free MMM*  Sandy Hook $214,(00  Almost new 3 bdim. elevated  rancher, 2400 sq. fl., separate dining rm. 4 living rm. with F/P, WW  quality caipet, efficient kitchen  w/tamily room adjoining, 2 baths,  master bedroom ensulte, finished  rec room W/F/P, appliances, double garage, spectacular view ol  Sechelt Inlet & snow-capped mtns.  Plvate sale, no agents please. To  view cal 8854392. ��1w  ROBERTS CREEK  4 bdim. home with hardwood and  stale floor throughout on private  .67 acre. Two car garage, workshop and potential revenue/Maw  suite. Zoned R2. $259,000. please  cal 665-2253, no agents.      ss  A WONDERFUL ALTERNATIVE!  Early French Immersion  Kindergarten, Playgroup - 3&4  fear olds. I'eeole Pasae-Partout  now taking registration lor September 1994, Information Open  House, Wed., May 25, 7 pm.  Camp Douglas, Roberts Creek.  For Inlormation call: 885-6855,  685-5363. 121c  Aussies, Kiwis: A bring your own  picnic Is planned for those ol you  who have taken up residence on  the Sunshine Coast. Bring your  partner and kids to Porpoise Bay  Prov. Paik, May 29,11am for tun  afternoon. If raining cal 8854270.  K1w  To the peison who Idled our cat on  Martin Rd. in Gibsons Apr* 29 and  didn't stop 'What goes around  comes around'. Hope you hava a  dear conscience. Dlanna Clarke.  119c  town salespeople lhat I have  retired. For local seivice: buy local.  MINE 1$ NOT A HIT I RUN  OPERATION. KOw  ...  . . M.���. ����� ���    HU,  Mary rusnyii h. im.  Counselling with compassion.  ��19c  #19c  ELLEN BESSO  Relaxation for the  mind & the body  .     Trager��  v*^* '��� Acupressure  St   ��� Reiki 1  ���Therapeutic  Toudi  Release tension &  emotional blocks  in a safe, nurturing  environment  (pranif i* wcww't It  886-4274  "���SCHOOL'S OUT JUNE 29��  KBS KINGDOM  FAMILY DAYCARE  la ottering Summer DayCaie to 5  to 12 year olds. Plenty ot activities  to keep your child trom getting  bored: ��� Arts ( Crafts ��� Badminton  ���Barbeques-Croquet-Field Trips  ��� Games ��� Hikes ��� Picnics ��� Sand  Cattle Building ��� Volleyball and  Flexible houia, tales  Black and white Manx, Woodcreek, Burton Rd. 885-4129. #19  Hae anyone aaen George? A  very mild-mannered medium-sized  male orange tabby who talks with  a squeak. Has been missing trom  the Joe and Lower Rd. aiea In 3  weeks. Is he hanging out at your  place? It so please call 886-2215.  tfns  12 It. metal extension pole. Call  BanyPhllpe 886-3277.      119  Sal, Apt. 30 some catering equip.  was left outside the Marine Room  (library bldg.) awaiting pickup.  Included were pottery plates and a  wooden tray handmade by my  grandfather. It you have any Info,  pis. call Sue 686-8179.        119  Call your local  Britian & Europe  Fabulous "Around the World" Bight.  Free seminar, Seniors Hal,, 885-  2964. 120c  WANTED VOLUNTEERS to  tain kids ol all ages loi Victoria more.  Day celebrations In Gibaona Land- include lunch. No extra charges tw  Ing, May 21, 22 �� 23. We need outings, special events.  In loving memory ol Mom: Glenda  jugglers, magicians, buskers,  musicians. Do you have a talent to  share? Call Louise Hume (86-  tl < **.*<*��... ��� ���������  .v"-     l  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  IS  AwT�� M***��mk  Autos  as  MP.     #a:'"^Sr  Barter & Trade  Bed and Breakfaat  Births  18  30  2  fGREAt  Business and Home  Sendees  as  Business Opportunities M  Campers  ChUdCare  as  37  Commercial for Rent  3a  Entertainment  33  WMWaW  For Rent  31  ^SSS  For Sale  ai  Obituaries w  Found  11  3  Free  IS  Personal  S  Furniture  ao  Pets ti Livestock  ia  Garage Sales  17  Recreation  s  Heavy Equipment  Help wanted  aa  34  Storage  Thank You  3S  S  Home & Property  i  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  84  Lost  10  Wanted  IS  Marine  as  Wanted to Rent  as  Mobile Homes  37  Weddings &  Motorcycles  Music  as  13  Engagements  WorkWanted  s  3S  loJam��y17,1968.  My thoughts are with you today,  Mom, |ust as Ihey are every day. I  hope wpryone loves their Mom as  much as I love you. Happy Mothers ((Grandmother's) Day.  Lightning up your own unique  being with body care. Shiatsu  Love lorever, never forgotten, Your Techniques incorporated. Special  Daughter, Sherry and your new M time price. 8640336.   flWr  Granddaughter, Samantha  119  W���t- -��-    - __, *_, ul.    nlr .   --t.a.  . oKnM nt nf iw, nn iwtgn-  bortMxjd. powitle view, daved.  Itvtl, cuhiyt In, trtnm ��� wttef to  lot he. Asking $76,500. (65-9040.  1200  House and S1/2 acres on prims  Gibsons location. Priced to move,  1220,000 tm. No agents please.  8(6-7464. SS  Craftsman built custom view. All  new 2 bdm, 2 belh, 2 decks. Cuslom cherry kitchen, beautiful  antique woodwork, wood windows  and unique detailing In and out.  Landscsped level .42 acre lot  w/lawns, stream, pond and prtva*  cyl Countiy seclusion IS kms to  Sschslt. $199,900. No sgsnts.  Detak 8(5-2649 w 863-26(7. ss  RARE QUALITY ACREAGE  Great Ocean View, extensively  Improved, well treed snd within  walking distance to Sgts. Bay  Marina Paik. This acreage la In a  growing large lot subdivision wkh  two driveways to access upper and  lower sections ot property at  $155,000. Lot 23 ot leaning Tree  Subd. wi not kat kmgl Cal Dave  946-7(66 or pgr1-��7��4042 ss  OPEN HOUSE SAM  r Loveiy w. aeenee  Great 3 Ma 3 bad lamiy home.  Oak kitchen w/satlng area, sep.  dining im. living rm. W/F/P snd  dan on main floor. All bdrms.  upstairs - Ige. mask has sneuke  I wakki doeet. Nicely Isndscaped  lenced backyard w/deck A hot tub.  Al appliances Included and w/w  carpeting throughout. $210,000.  Silt by (MTW. NO AQftfltt plMM.  739-4100 Vant tt  GamUer Wand. Foi sale by owner.  Beautiful ( acres, 2 bdim character  house snd sesame studio, 11/4  acre sl garden ares i naw  orchard, stream, 10 min. welt tram  lorry $275,000. Cal(66-3214.88  ConwnoreW lol tcrott from mod*  leal butting. ($6,000.9(54412.  ai  New 1 bdrm cabin,',T,ove" to your  property. Plumbed, wired and insulated. Fridge, stove and extras.  Just move jn.M6-275tkSie.il9c  4 bdrm tamly home w/t bedroom  auks, W. Sschslt. Good investment $163,900 Obo 965-6764 tt  Lot 71, Merrill Crescent, Pender  Harbour. Ready lo bukd, septic m.  a\__a_m__, w  Pender Harbour 3000 sq.ft. home  1/3 aoe, 11/2 baths, 3 bdrms. up  unfinished 3 bdrm. suits down.  $1(9.000. __V_       no*  Mam. na fld Langdale. beau-  M view, 1 Mock turn school. (M-  >__ m��  Five wooded acrea, Langdale Cameo Singles Club. Crib, lun-  area. Cieek I some view, cheons, potluck dinners, dancing.  (136,000 fkm. No agenta al all! hikes, camping. Cal lor into 886  MM714        ����� 0(54 or 865-53(4 lln  (2SMay$S00/mo.lultlme  $l00Mwldayperwk.  $200/nw2daysperwk.  $300/mo-3daysperwk.  $400/mo>4dayspe(wk.  try the Glaons Landing Merchants  To reserve s space tor your chid,  f<W Uc??:2f'ml *>1M0 2(1(orJoyGermata(((M07(  1(�� more Information. Sponsored  fit*  I19c  Pak Love birds, 3 mos. old, (35  ea. 6854847 aft. 6pm.      KOw  Male and female miniature American Eskimoes, love children, 2 yrs.  old, spayed, $300 tor both. (Doys)  732-6100, (Eves.) 222-4922.I21W  I yr. ok) PB miniature greyhound  male lor sale, $400.885-3346.  ��21w  II yr. old 1/2 Atab/Kanata Bay  mare, 14 HH, Exc. temperament,  $1500 Obo. 8666822.        1210  12 or 14 tl. raw boat w/oars; set ot  single bunk beds preferably w/mat-  tresses. 685-4099. II not home  120c  Household goods, lurniture. tools,  etc. tor SSPCA yard sale, Sat.  June 4. Cal 6864750 Ih pickup.  I21w  Power washer. Cal 886-6558. tin  Wanted: Clean tin, EZ dump. Wilson Creek. 885-4498 aft. 6pm.  _   I '  K1(s,  ALCOHOLICS  ANONYMOUS  0654206.24 hour Ine Hn  I wish to thank the doctors end  statt tw helping me so much while  I waa a patient at Salary's Hospital. Also a special thanks to al my  friends who sent Ilowers cards snd  phone calls. My condition was  compounded by my daughter's  tragic accident at Revelstoke. She  sue in a deep coma in Kamloops  Hosptt. Ws pray that things turn  for the batter lor us. Jar* and Bonnie Grant. 119c  A special lhank you to ths gang at  Sechel Shod lor helping e damsel  In distress. Great service, great  guys! 119c  A cement tiuck lull of stsrs to  Renco Concrete for their donation  and wonderful support in setting up  our picnic tebles, benches snd  basketball hoops. Gibsons Elementary PAC, students I stall.  119c      TOPS, a non-prat sal-help one-  A moving van ful ol stare to Len ���!���,!������ |, )M mM| ���������,��� ^  ROBERT* CREEK  FARMER'S MARKET  Every Sunday, 10 am -1 pm. R.C.  Communky Hal. Ink) 886-7866.  Me  iScasidi  Video  atWilson Oeek Plaza  Children's I  imaeieaeiitxweiibi  QQUWTdl  *typ"  SUPPLES  tanks, pumps etc.  TROPICAL FISH  MMM  little Tykes toys snd equipment,  child's kitchen set, tables and  chairs, swing set, tricycles, car  week-  Come in and  check us out!  The Bank ofMontreel supports the  BC Children's Hospital. Help ua  help ths children by making a  donation st the Bank ot Montreal,  Gteons.MenyThenks.    I21w  PRIVATE TUITION  Fuly queued experienced teacher  avaWHe. Aduls, high school and  Ownonvy Hudoni. B66-84w.  121c  Summer Splaah Festival, Roberts  Creek Hal, 11-3pm, tables - Dee  MHM2,June2(.        ��0w  USED BOOKS  HOOCH TREASURE  2 locations - 496 Marine Drive,  Gfeoon; 5525 Wet Ave., Sechel  KOw  MARY KAY COSMETICS  Glamour at its bestl Free facials  end makeovers. Diene Wright 885-  7246. ��19w  122c  Belgian Draft Horse, 17 HH. gelding, 16 yis., includes harness,  $1350.885-7430. SS  African Pygmy goals, kids bom at  Christmas, $75 to $200, reserve  nowl Some adults and breeding  pairs avail, too Great gentle pels  rt brush dsarsis. 6(3-2990. ss  Horse boarding. W. Sechelt, lull  boord, $196/11)0.9(5-3506. (19w  MAGUS KENNELS REG  Skies IMS  Dog (CatBoarding  "Science Diet" pet loods  Dog Obedience Classes  playpen, crib mattress 888-0296  120c  Old aluminum (windows, doors,  etc.), copper, brass, etc. Will pk*  up. 9854(94. ��20w  Re-bar, new or used, 2x4'e, plywood and styrofoam. 686-4679.  119c  Ironstone dishes, Shakespeare's  Sonnets pattern. Please cal 685-  9068. tm  Need 12-14' mermaid doi to dimb  the mast of my viking style boat. Its  purpose Is to pull ths oars to  upright position. Must have a tka-  H8ta��.M50(54Leonaid, ��19w  WANTED: Books t magazlnee  hr ths elderly. Preferably large  print, novels t picture books. Contact Elizabeth Simpson wk. 686-  26221m. 886-7355. tfns  Wrsy's Transler tor pickup and  delivery of our picnic tables and  benches. Gteone Elementary.  119c  Ages 13-19 thank you people ot  Gibeons. BC May 7/94 for helping  the young men and women to get  leene wanting to take oft end keep  oil pounds. For information on a  TOPS chapter In your area call  Norma (66-7756. H9C  WOfMfl ��� DfO^lfV Al WOHUfl WOr  coma. Mondays. 34pm; Tuesdays  l-(pm. Rockwood basement.  !U? S*.^*!?i0n " W^L ' ��*��(���� rmat% Society (65  loops, BC. Brother George, lowei  ^ m  Qibsona Landing, BC God's Foot  It 9c  Gay and lesbian support and  social group on ths Sunshine  Coast. Writs Box 1619, Gibsons.  BC tot Into. ��19w  Dear Dave am VWorts wth wMe  buck, we met at the Fcmily Mart in  Sechel. led weak April 26. Please  cMmebicKMMS2,0. Btc  EnioyRVTrwo**? Active lady.  53. early retired wishes to meet  kind gentleman to share summers  n BC and Ihe North, winters down  South Travel in your RV or mine  N/S, N/D and "lovs ol We' person  preferred. All replies answered  Send replies to Box T. c/o Coast  News, Box 68, Secheh. BC VON  SAO ��22��  FREE GIFT  WRAPPING ��  Mary Kay fragrance  '  gifts are perfect for  everyone on your  list. Select gifts for  holidays, birthdays,  Mother's Day,  Father's Day,  weddings,  graduations or any  special occasion.  And the gift  wrapping is (reel  Call today.  ^LMARV KAV  ucnttuciM.un.mci>.  Yvonne Valandus  886-4643  GET RID  OF THOSE  UNWANTED  ITEMS  IN THE  COAST  NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!  Electric guitar and ampMer, excei-  Isnl condition. Fender Stratocaster,  $375.3(6-4736. 120c  COOL RUNNINGS  One Ion hut* available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance. rotobUng, odd jobs.  685-3917. [Ins  Don someone in your tamly have  Heftitzman upright piano, bench,  medium sin, recently tuned, $850.  (65-3M1. ��1C  Upright Schumann piano. $800  86^4503. KOc  Mountain Dulcimer. $175. 886-  2644 #1(e  Electric organ w/bench, double  keyboard, $300 obo. 885-7244.  I19C  Music Lessons. Violin, viola, trumpet, and lower strings. Arranging,  compoaltion, and jazz theory.  Blaine Dunaway. 885-1066. K1c  Antique upright piano. Clinton.  Ivory keys, metal sounding board,  Hitachi color TV, non-operating.  (054145 119c  3 yr. ok) Tortoise she! cat to loving  home, needs booster shots. 886-  25M ilfcr  Adorable, fluffy kittens, 'Morris'  ginger, grey 7 wks. dd. Madeira  Park. 683-9552. 119c  To a needy group or special family,  an upright piano, needs some  woodwork. 685-2265 or 885-5133.  ���19c  Alder sawdust tor the gaiden, alder  slabs etc. tor the woodstove. 886-  9763 aft. 7pm. ��4w  Viking dryer working condition.  Needs welding on housing., 886-  3717. IISw  ROAD CLOSURE  Madeira Park Road wll be closed  May 21,10:30-11:30 tor parade.  BOw  Ciafl tables available Pender Harbour May Day, Sal., May 21. Cal  Lyme 8(3-91(4. KOw  a drinking problem? CalAI-Anon  beautllul sound. $1000.885-9306.  686-9903. 885-7484. 886-9059.  Al-Aleen 866-2565 or 865-7484.  nc  Sunehlne Coeet  Trananon Houae.  A sale piece In women and children in crisis. Free confidential 24  hour service. MMM4        tin  Travel sales persons wanted, local  areas, l/t, p/t, licensed. Interviews,  Frank 865-9501. 1192  17 Garage Sal  Giant Ilea maiket, plant & bake  sale, Welcome Beach Hall,  Redrooffs Rd., Sunday, May 22 at  10 am, table rentals, $7.885-3305  0(865-4590. KOw  Plant and yard sale, 5778 Cowrie  St.,Sat.,May14,9am-2pm.��19w  Moving sale, May 14 * 15,10-4,  household Hems, toys, lots of tools,  6466 Hwy. 101 |ust belore the  Wakefield. #19w  St. Mary's CW.L. Sat., May 14.  10.1pm, Park Rd> Hwy 101.  I19w  ______ 16  Coast News, May 9,1994  17. Garage Sales  Sal., May 14, 9-2, 776 Seacot  Way, Gibsons. ��19w  Sal., June 4,1-6pm. SPCA shelter. Memy Rd., no early birds  donalions gratefully received in  advance. 886-0750 Klw  Moving Sale Tues. eve. May 10,  6pm-10pm. #3 ��� 623 Farnham Rd.  Small deepfreeze, Ikea pine table,  small Ikea wardrobe, ladder, plus  lots, lots more. Old stove Iree for  taking. #19c  Community garage sale! Bargains  galore! Chapman and Laura Ave.,  Davis Bay, Sal., May 14,10am-  3pm. No Early Birds. Toys, garden  tools, k .chen utensils, lite jackets,  sports equipment, bathroom fixtures, electrical supplies, lamps,  books, blinds, plants.        ��19w  Multi-family garage sale at Bee-  man's across Irom Roberts Creek  Picnic Site, 3552 Beach Ave. Lois  ol toys, clothing and plants, etc.  Sat, May 14,10-2pm.       #19w  Prawns  T>a*Utf  $3.75 lb^l^  885-0447  Leave Message  19.Appliances  Wanted lo buy, working wringer  washers. CaH 8867069.     1120c  Large white Iridge $125; or swap  lor smaller. 883-9126.       121 w  Metx Appliance  5qU. �� Repair  Repair to all makes of  major appliances. Sales  of good used appliances  with warrantees.  Call Harvey at 886-9959  Located next to  Patra Pizza on Hwy 101  Gibsons  Inglis washer 2 sp., 3 cyl., new  valve, good working cond., $180.  886-3717. Klw  General Electric washer/dryer,  good working cond., $300. 885-  9100. K1*  Admiral fridge, sunset gold, l/l,  64x30, $200.685-4503.     KOc  7.5 cu. It. Ireezer, $175; 15 cu. It.  fridge. $375.886-2010.      #19c  Viking white HD dryer, new $269;  Kenmore HD washer a dryer,  $529; Gibsons satellite 15 cu. II.,  white 2 dr. fr/free, $449; Kenmore  15 cu. ft. almond. 2B' W. 2 dr.  fr/free, $459; Kenmore Mark 2 30'  almond stove, $379; Gurney  Chatelet 30' while stove, $299;  Moffat B/in dishwasher, $189;  Admiral (Inglis) washer, $297;  Inglis 30' almond set-dean, $429;  Admiral sxs 3 dr. 21 cu. II. Iridge,  $569;.and more. All appliances  recond. w/90 days lo 2 yrs. warranty, parts i labour. Bjom, 885-  7897 or Corner Cupboard 885-  4434. ��21c  Viking HD W/D almond, $250, set.  886.0548. 121c  BATEMAN painting, framed,  signed and numbered. The Air,  The Foresl and The Watch, $500.  886-3305. #20*  Large trampoline - great summer  lun, $600; 100 yr. old pot belly  stove, 5 It. tall, $600; small pot  belly stove, $10; Swedish sauna  stove, $120; t yr. old electric HW  tank, 60 gal., $100; 1 yr. old electric lurnace, $285. CaH alter 6 pm,  885-5623 I21w  Saw hand gun. model 19, combat  magnum c/w case, excellent,  $325; Win-Win-Cooey .22 Cal  Semi auto., very good, $75; Pattern 14 Enfield 303, good shooter.  $75. FAC. required. 886-8258  #19w  r"usiB"l  ���autopartsi  ��� Shop around ��� you'll I  I find il pays lo buy ���  I recycled auto ports from !  ��� IYMSSAUTOA    I  ��� TRUCK MCYCIMS   I  Binoculars, 7X26 Bauch I Lomb,  cuslom compad Audubon Society  endorsed, c/w 2 carry esses, top  quality, as new, $225.8864258.  #19w  Appleworks computer, $100 or  Irade for child car seal; to* radial  arm saw, $250; wall unit. 885-  9349. K1w  Homeowners and Landscape���  Trees and shrubs at wholesale  prices. Glenn 665-6142. lv. message. 120c  Chromalox electric lurnace,  51,190 blu, 15 kw. model HAF  215D, $295.866-8171.      ��20c  TOPSOIL  Fill, sand, gravels, reasonable  rale. Doug 885-5070. ��20c  CASH PAID  Old clocks, pocket walches, working or nol. Jewelery, gold, silver,  lurniture and old paintings. Any.  thing old. 886-3905. KOc  21. For Sale  Moving: FP high chair; Gerry DLX  back pack; Piego stroller; new  Norco kids bike (5-7); Norco ladles  bush pilot bike, Apollo 10 sp. 885-  6021 etc  Weights! weight bench by Welder. Oilers. 8884971.        tfns  For nil your  renovation needs call  BRUCE RANDALL  CONTRACTING  ��� Residential  ���Commercial  ��� Free Eatlnuics  CallBniccMHW  Ph 581-6503  3 pocket door In Irame and other  assorted doors and chairs. 686-  2840. ��19w  FIREWOOD  Logging truck load. 885-9567.#24c  286 computer, Math Co.-processor, 40 meg HD, 3.5 and 5.25 floppy disc drive, colour monitor,  mouse w/windows, 3.0 DOS 6.2,  auto cad, time line scheduler,  works qusttropro, and games,  $650. Epson FX100 wide carriage  printer, $125.865-3363.     121c  Brand new step machine, $100  obo. Phone 885-5412.       121c  Maromscs neca cnars  ol KD clear red cedar, qusBy crafted on the Sunshins Coast, $155;  Will buy used or non-working  matching collee table, $90. 886-  maior appliances. Bjorn 885-7897.   7815. 120*  #19w       ~���~"~~"~"*���������"���������~~  York Mega Max 3001, new hom  gym, $375.885-4472.       I20w  Complete Ford 302 marine engine,  e��c.cond.$200.8863598. KOc  Norco Sports Mountain Bike, 12  spd., 24' wheels, $80; 4 new  Mehelin truck tires LT 235-85R16  2 F, $275,2 R. $300; dog house,  $25; van recliner seat and swivel,  $30.886-9770. KOc  LOOSTOIUMIIR  POUTAW BAND SAW  Mil SERVICE WU  CO���� TO YOUIt PKOPtRTY  TO CUT TOUR IOCS.  ���ri��� 885-0170  3 Monarch Metric steel belted radials, 18S RU's, $75; rototiller,  Viking 3.5 hp, Briggs 6 Stralton.  $100.8854503. KOc  DECEMBER  FOREST PROOUCTS  Mixed lirewood, split a delivered.  Ful cords, $100.886-0349. K1c  CEDAR TREES  For borders, hedges, etc. Average  1ft, potted, $4.00 ea. 886-0002.  K1C  Gas powered lawn mower, works,  $50; Zodiak dinghy, slow leak, as  is, $200.885-2001. Klc  Various construction tools. Compressor, air nailers, stills, plus -  plus - plus. 885-3557 ask loi Don.  KOc  GARDEN MANURE  Composted lish fertilizer. 4  yds/StO, delivered. 885-3835.119c  Com! Piicowt  ��m#B tub/ showers.. W5.00  Fibreglass showes torn. iiW.OO  American SID tUUtoilct twin  combo 1345.00  Hot water tarts torn 1195.00  feral yon dolyousdf  pfumbng NQUMMnb  IOOKNONHW  Very compelitw pnees on ell WC,  ass- Hurting Mm  20. Furniture  6 pes. bdrm suite, $300; king bed  w/maple head board, $250; dresser, $40. AH good condition. 886-  3091. KOc  Dining room fable, extends to 72",  4 chairs, like new, solid wood,  $375,685-9909. K1w  W* can make you a **d  Just lb* rigbl height  that wont squeak or mall  and that Jits your mattress.  Headboards alone too.  TIM CLEMENT  aaa-aaia  1044 Seamount Way, GiUan  meresetAmtmien*  Vilas maple dining set/round table  (2 leafs. 4 chairs). S300; 60' round  glass and cane table w/2 chairs,  $300. 2 bar stools $25 ea.; dishwasher (portable white GE), $100;  pine microwave stand, $40; single  mattress. $5 All in excellent condition 886-0979 Ktc  Queen waterbed w/6 drawers,  $150. cream colored kitchen table  t 4 cnans. $200; 72"x36" wicker  bookcase. $75.865-5307.  KOw  'Almost New' Sofa bed, $450;  walnut corner curio. $400; small  sofa - 2 seet, $250; matching  recliner/rocker, $450/2; oak bedroom suite, 5 pee, $1600. 886-  0964 KOw  Beige velour bed-chesterfield.  cleaned, good cond., $150. Steel  double bed Irame, $25.886-2131  KOw  King waterbed, waveless mattress, ceptains drawers, headboard, $350 886-8367.     KOw  Double bed and 4 drawer dresser.  $100 ObO. 886-9705. #19w  RHOOOS1 AZALEAS  Roberts Creek Nursery  Large selection, $3.50416.00. No  GST. Closed Tues., 2569 Lower  Rd. 686-2062. KOc  Child size raw cedar picnic table,  good price. 8864212.       KOw  Bdrm. suits, $500; collee table,  chairs, odd tables, microwave,  dishes, step stools, stereo speakers, rugs, brass cosl stand, lots of  misc. 8864686. K1w  Seasoned Fir - $120 per cord,  split and delivered. 886-7774  Klw  Money's Muehroom Manure  Fk bark mulch, medium snd large  sizes, and other Hems tor spring.  886-7774. Klw  Ladies antique diamond platinum  sngagement ring, appraised  $1500, sell $1200.883.2540.K1w  1/2 cord dry split wood, U-pick up,  $40; antique sswing machine  in/cab, $75.685-7535.      KOw  RSF 'Aurora' wood slove, CSA  approved, $400; 4x4 alum, window, $10.885-7604. KOc  Fisher airtight CSA approved  woodstove, $250; 2-250 gal. oil  tanks, $75 ea. obo. 685-2946.  Klw  Key machine - phone 886-9388.  #19w  4 - 12x24 floats, cedar decking -  styroloam floatation. 865-9408  alter 6 pm. #20c  Canox 'Big Red' gas welder on  trailer, and oxy-acet. cutting set,  $2000; Honda 90 dual langs  trans. $450; Mini Austin, runs,  needs TLC, $300.886-7831 Klc  Stereo equipment, Pioneer receiver amplifier SX201; Pioneer double cassette deck, CT-W351R.  Mini advent speakers; Hitachi HT-  20S turntable complete with cabinet. Top condition, $500 obo. Proceeds to SPCA 666.2613. Klc  "Kozi" wood stove, exc. cond.,  $220; 28' Sony Trinatron TV,  $200,886-2970. 121c  (Black) truck tool box, full size,  $40; range hood, $20; camper  round teble, $10; Psnssonic  snswsrlng mschlns, $60; solid  pka dresser, $75; Ikes pine table  with lest snd 2 drswsrs, otters.  8864296 KOc  movinqi  Kenmore wssher, dryer set, $200;  York 2001 exerciser, $250; Inglis  washer, $100; lirewood (approx. 1  cord), $75.6864422.        lite  Airtight wood stove, $75; brown  range, $50; Ikea pine table, seals  12/leal, $150; photocopier. Roy-  lax, $100; 225 gal. beer maker,  otters; display cabinet, $60. 866  2844. Itlc  Garden Mix ��� Sand  Bark Mulch- Craved  Have Dumpwill travel  up to 4 yd loads  cal Dave 886-7348  \ECONO AUTO PAINT  An Inexpensive  Alternative ,,.  SUNCO  Recycled Building Moterioli  French Doorj/lni.-Ext. Doors  Alum. & Vinyl Windows  lighting/Kitchen &  Bathroom Fixture* elc.  Viator ifcnareof  ���������-���Ut  5653 WW ltd, Sechelt  McycwA Swv  MON-SAT 9 om- 5pm  Enamel i  Finishes from $4  BODYWORK EXTRA  For details call  Jack at  Western Rim  883-9526  '82 Mazda RX7, good cond,, new  clutch, brakes, $3100.8664032.  ss  '82 Subaru, veiy good cond.,  $1100 Obo. 8854268.        Klc  19H  CLEAROUTI Used lires, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  885-7167 ss  '93 Geo Metro white 4 dr. hatch-  bk., 400 kms., like new, $8800.  Moving 685.5586. #19w  Excellent gifts for Mother's Osy.  886-9491. 119c  Deluxe electronic stair climber,  $250; 2 wooden dressers, $45 ea,  Little Tykes sand box, $45; Little  Tykes plsyhouse, $95; collee  tsbls, $10; child's sest lor bike,  $35 8864202. 119c  Firewood, maple, split snd delivered, $75 a p/u load. 885-9694  ���19c  Moving sale: Rototiller, entertainment centra glider rocker, propane  BBO, chalnsaw, air compressor.  load odrswood. 885-2705. 119c  Nortron electric lurnace, 20 kw,  w/approx. 47 fl. catte and connection, t 1/2 yrs. old. $650 685-  4663. *19c  42 wedding and character cake  pans, new and used, $275. Csll  Norma 886-7756. 119c  RONS ROOFING  New and re-roofing, cedar shakes,  duroids, torch-on. 8854186. K1c  2 gilnets, 1 gilnel drum, Ike new,  $3500.886-7795. I19w  Cedar Lumber - decks, siding, fascia or fencing. 885-3506.    I19w  Sola 1 armchair, $120; balh loilel  $ sink, $100; exercise bike, $100.  men's Raleigh cycle, $100. 886  9227. #19*  Top quality clear cedar siding, 1x6  beige IWeh, 1600 LF plus, $1000.  8854545. I19w  Two recllners, collee tables, end  tsbles, coat stand, boat dishes,  skin throw rugs, chairs, woodslove, chins a misc. Items. 686-  0666. I19w  Horse   manure,   $25   P/U;  unscreened lop soil, $12 P/U we  load; tandem load, $75.885-5629  I19w  '69 Chev 327 engine pan to intake  lor rebuild, $200; '80 Firebird, 10  bolt 3:08 poll di�� w/springs a  sway bar, $150; sst ol 4 ��� 15x7  chromed msg wheeli w/caps a  nuls, Chsv 5 bolt, exc. cond.,  $150,866-9452. I19w  HANGING BASKETS  18.99 lor one, 16.91 lor 5 or more.  Pre-order lor delivery. 665-0128.  I19w  Coder, 1x4,6,8,10; 2x4,6,8,10;  hem/fir, 2x4,6, 8,10; specially  wood, clear cedar, llr, hemlock.  6654270. 119c  Adobe photo shop LE 2 5 lor windows, still In wrap, $500. 885-  9861. ss  FREWOOO  Dry sessoned or green. Call  Nam, speak to my electric secre-  tay. 8854679. #19w  5 rolls of FAX paper 6 1/2"x326\  1' core, $5.95 per rol. 886-2622.  tins  FREWOOO FOR SALE  Dry fir, $85 for pick-up load; green  slder/fir, $15 tor pick-up losd.  Oeve 885-9306. tfns  Heli-ox-18 band mask a hoses  wih communicstions gsa. $3000;  T-30 Ingersol! Rand compressor  comes/w 5x200 cu. tl Cascade 3  HP, 3 PH, startsr tike- etc Hydro  |ust expired suto shuloil at 3100  pel, $3500 686-6464 tins  12 tl. chrome 'A' vent chimney,  $100; lags capadty wood heater,  $500 al like new. 8457611    ss  HOME MANURE  $20 pick/up or 2 beds lor $30. you  told. Robtfti Crtfk. M$*99M.  it  SATEUIIS SALES  ANO SERVICE  wt#0 ONM Unit WMA  '86 Mercury Capri V6, sporl, 1  owner, aulo, tech, p/w, p/s. tilt,  cruise, stereo cass., new lires,  $4,350,685-4199 #19c  '66 Ford Ranger midsize, 5 sp.,  c/w canopy, $2000 obo; '86 Mercury Topaz, A/C, exc. running  order, $3000 obo. 685-5029.K0W  73 Lincoln town car, 460, lull '66 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  electric, best oiler. 865-2698. ss    plus disc player, $5795.886-7150.    ss  73 Super Beetle, gas heater, new  seats, battery, $1800. BB5-4019.SS  74 Maverick, runs well, new dies,  new brakes. $400 obo. 886-7498  eves. ��19w  1994  73 Supei Beetle, $2500 obo.  883-9234. SS  '94 JeepYJ 4 L suto., while  w/black a soft top, 16,000 km.,  CD, ateieo (Pioneer), w/detach-  able froint panel. Fog lights, large  gas tank, centre locking consol,  locking trunk, mag wheels,  $16,900 tGST. 883-2822 lv.  mess. K1c  '88 Mazda cab plus w/canopy, 5  sp., exc. cond,, asking $5700.  886-2970        Klc  1969   '69 Z-71 stepside 4x4, fully loaded,  musl sell. 8867484. sa  '89 F250 30,000 kms., like new,  $12,500. Hardtop for Suzuki  Samaral. $600.966-3854.   Klc  '89 Bronco II XL silver, V6 5 sp.,  cass.. clean & comlortable, $9600.  885-2133. ss  1N7  74 Formula 400 4 spd. Too much  to list, $3500 obo. 885-3281 ask  lor Jason. r)19w  76 Dodge 316, P/S, P/W, P/T,  P/S, $600.865-9648. ss  76 Chevetle 2 dr. suto., 78,000  orig. miles, sxc. cond., musl sell,  $800.8864275. KOw  76 Triumph TR6 convertible,  79,000 kms, great condllon, runs  very wel, $7500,886-9686. ��19w  76 Acadian, auto, great shape,  $1000; also swing set. 865-7093.  119c  78 Malibu Classic 2 dr. no rust, V6  suto., very clean in a oul, air care  passed, $1200 obo. 8854496.  KOw  78 T-Bird luxury tor $18001 Special Silver Jubilee edition. Power  windows, lock a seal. Tl wheel,  air cond., almost new tires snd  brakes, plus mounted snows. To  view call 886-2199. KOw  78 Dodge Dart, 6 cyl., auto., drive-  able, $450 Obo. 885-7425. I19w  79 Nova Cuslom  Burgundy, 2 dr. suto., 305,96,000  orig. km., new cam. inters, chain,  starter, water pump, battery, alternator, clean car, $1300 obo. 866-  3631. K1c  79 Fold LTD, 2 dr., 80,000 mi.,  good tires, 302 ti, new muffler a  exhausl, dsan, aircared, no rust,  $950 885-3801. Ktc  '87 Pontiac 6000 LE V6 auto., air,  PS/PB, 4 dr., AM/FM cass.  125,000 kms., exc. cond., $4900.  686-4561. KOw  '87 Tempo 4 dr., P/W, P/D/L, air  cond., AM/FM stereo, exc. cond.,  $2650.665-4054. SS  '87 Chevrolet Sprint, 5 sp.  w/stereo, 60m. to gal., $3200 obo.  885-7697 Bjom. K1c  '88 Chevy Cavalier 4 cyl. 5 spd,  95,000 km, black, 2 di,a/c, $4800  dim. Steve 886.9159 or 686-2966  after 6 pm. 119c  '88 Cavalier Z24, V-6, Pwr. sunroof w/air. Exc. cond. $6,600 obo.  886-7654 aft. 5:30pm. SS  '68 Nissan Sentra 5 sp., red,  AM/FM cass. deck, new front tree,  exc. cond., $5500.886-4837.  ss  ttn  '89 Mazda 626, awesome like new  cond., 4 dr. sedan, suto, p/s, p/b,  cass., air, 160,000 km, lady driven  (hwy milss), nsw Brldgestons  tires, $7,900.886-8648.     119c  1M0  '90 Dodge Shadow, a/c, 52,000  km, $6500 ObO. 886-9667.   KOc  '90 Chevy Sprint, white 4 dr. auto,  exc. cond., asking $5400. 886-  3644. Klc  till  ���91 Uncoki Town Car 41,000 k, air  suspension, like new, warranty.  6854368. I19w  '55 Chevy pick up, 283 4 spd,  $5500; 327 Corvette motor, rebuilt,  $1500.8854467. ss  '60e  '69 QMC p/u, w/canopy, standard  trans, $600.885-4108.      119c  '69 Chevy p/u, C-10,6 cyl., 292,3  on tree, 64,000 m, good old truck,  $1000 Obo. 6854124.        119c  70s  72 Ford camper van, 1 ot a kind!  $1000.885-6351. KOw  75 Dodge propane 4X4, crew cab,  completely rebuilt. $6500.885-  7518. ss  75 VW van raised roof, camperized, $2500.8864938.     #19*  16 1/2 It. 1978 Frontier  motorhome. Good lamily vehicle,  sleeps 4 comfortably. Good condition $7995.685-9909.        KOc  1990 35 It. Teiry Resort Travel  Trailer. Exceptionally clean, stored  last 3 years. Belter than new foi  the money. $14,500.8864199.  K1w  17 It. travel trailer, Iridge, stove,  shower, flush loilel, holding tsnk,  elc. $2500 obo. 683-9450   Ktc  74 camper van, QMC 350 3/4 ton  van Irame. Stove, heater, sink,  raised rool, Aircare ��� Jan/94.  Handy unit tor holidays, $1450  obo. 886-3631. Klc  30' Terry 5th wheel good cond.,  $8000.686.7054. Klc  1978 Triple E travel trailer, 25II.  full-size, 3 pc. bathroom, lull-size  fridge, 4 burner stove, oven a Ian.,  exc. cond., $5500 obo. 885-7016.  75 F150 Iruck with new flat deck,   asking $1600.886-7097.       ss    24 fl. trailer, sleeps 4, electric HW  77 Ford 150 4x4. 80 box, new  tank, forced air lurnace, 2-way  Iridge, 4-burner stove w/oven,  tires, tuft box. Qood cond. $2600  s)ym, ^ and M M ���, A.,  obo, 886-4650 SS    Mn(1||ion yjo,, mMX K1c  79 Z28 Mack high performsnee '91 Mercury Cougar, auto., air,  drive Iraki. 4 sp.,T-root, exc. tires, power, while, exc. cond, 35.000  $1500.8864631. Klc torn, $15,000 obo. 8864623. SS  H��0 _' ti Sunbird SE, V8, J_Z ,2 dr.,  ���80 Jeep CJ5.S musl ess, $6200. ��*���.��* �����"���**�������*����  885-3317. KOc      **  '80 Ford Fairmont wagon, runs  wel. Sel or trade lor used 1/2 ton.  6864090 KOw  77 QMC Jimmy 350 ci engine, 2  WD, body poor, rest OK, $500.  926-5757. I19w  79 Landcruiser, diesel, 8000 Ib.  warn winch, warn hubs, new  exhaust, $6500 obo. 886-7800 ss  Parting out 1979 F150 Super Cab,  351 engine, auto. 886-7951. KOc  79 Ford Bronco XLT, 4 wh. drive,  auto, looks and runs excellent,  $4995000.686-7099. ss  79 QMC Jimmy, black F.Q. root,  very reliable, $2000 obo. 888-  3537. Klw  1961  Estate sale ��� 1986 Travel-Aire 20  ft. 5th wheel. Loaded, incl. air a  awning, very clean, $11,500; also  1989 Ford 150 dub cab 302 auto,  F.I. XLT Lariat, only 44,000 kms.,  tow package, veiy clean,  $13,500,886-7927. Klc  34 fl Winnebago Elandon Class  A new cond./Ford 460, aulo-gas,  90 ch assts, 91 body, very low mi,  5200 kms, loaded, twin sir cond, 2  TVs, Sep. shower a balhrm, conv.  mirowave, fridge-Ice maker, generator, auto levellers, luH sz awning,  accom. 6, AM/FM CO 4 mors.  View at 6935 IsleviewRd, Horseshoe Bay, Sat&Sun, $68,000.921-  ���81 Dodge van, 7 pass, rear seal  "731,  J__  $2900Obo.68S75200,,.s^aton>e, <& mi} ^^.tajad jj|  ���81 Ford Courier, new'pam, $1250 furnace, H/W'lank, bathroom  obo. 8864579. Klw   w/ahower, very clean cond, must  '80 Ponliac stalionwagon, $500.  886.2561. Kte  '80 Toyota Corolla wagon, runs  great, snow Ms, $500.686-9453  file  41 Chsv Moms Cato, good cond.  $1995 obo 865-1906 KOc  '81 Honda Accord Iront whssl  drive, 4 dr, 4 cyl. aulo, axe. inlerior. P8/CC/PB, msch. sound,  $1900 ObO. Must BBS. 683 2630  ask lor PI Klw  Wanted ��� used Ford Explorer XLT  or Eddie Bauer 4 dr., auto. Lv.  mess 8664366. Klw  'It Volvo wagon diesel, 5 sp,  runs, but mads some work, body  teas,$1260obo 6843675 K1c  a Artmotire Soviets  ��� 24 Hour Towing  ��� Canadian Tire &  National Auto League  Associate Member  ��� Your Local Roadside  Assistance Towing  Company  ��� Serving the Entire  Sunshine Coast  ��� Battery & Tire Sales  ��� Fuel Delivery  2444575 cell  lln  OOOO HAV  MOOMe Delivered  QsrdsnlMchHsy$3.50  WhowNtolOtA  Cal Between 1Mpm  Antique wood burning cook stove.  $600 686-3606. ss  Seers 9 gasgs doors a openers  (new 1000 sa.) $650 ea 868-  0244. ss  Colour psndl portrsrU Irom your  favourite photo. Psts, family,  friends 9"x12\ $36. Send cheque  or M/O along with photo lo P.O.  Box 291, Qibsons. BCVON IVO  Ph. allow 14 wks. lor delivery.  SaWectkxi guaranleed or money  refunded. tlM  41 Pontile Acadian 4 dr HB.new  brakes, battery, exc. transportation, $700obo 6664151   KOw  '11 Acadian, 87,000 kms, runs  good, soma rust, $700.866-9435  ���19w  41 AMC Concord, whits, runs  good, $675 865-1942 ss  41 Cougar, sunrool, nsw brskss,  $950 obo 696-3993 ot 885 1943  ���19*  41 Escort 4 dr. stn wagn, $1400  Obo 86439*3 ot 686 1943 119*  1N2  '92 Aerostar, 7 pass. Exc. cond,  K.000 km. 886-7524 eves,    as  '81 GMC trailer special rebu* 350,  cruise, PW/PL canopy, auto, exc.  cond, $3500.8864779.    Klc  im  '82 Dalsun PU, good reliable truck.  $1000.886-4851 eft. 6pm.  Klw  1184  44 Dodge Casvsn, auto. $4,500.  8864204. SS  '84 Mazda diesel B2200 P/U, 5  sp, $1100 obo. 885-3970. KOw  45 Ford Ft SO XLT, sxt. cab,  canopy, 351, s/new parts, gd.  cond, $8800.6884109.       ss  46 QMC Fleelside short wheel  bass wheel, sxc. shspe balds a  out 685-2461. ��19w  48 Suzuki Ssmursi, great shape,  std. w/tAira rool 6 soft top, $5000  Obo. 8864874. KOw  sel, asking $6500.885-2351. ss  Truck canopy libreglass by  Canopy West. Fits box 64'x60'  siding w screens, Ike nsw, $500  obo. 885-7251. K1w  Wantsd 8' camper lor lull sizs  truck. 886-7951. KOc  Hsrd top Isnt trailer, swing out  stove snd sink, sleeps 5, $650.  686-6257. 119c  27 It. travel trailer 5th wheel, kit  companion, very dean, newly dec-  orated, new H/W tank, tub/Show.  2-30lb. propana tanks, $6500.  8854375. #19*  6x45 trailer, sleeps 6, clean and  good cond. 685-2100 ss  1990 dlx. 24' motorhome A-1 condition. 886-9025. ss  30 It travel trailer, remodeled, gas  stove, lurnscs, shower, $8500.  8864202. IS  1979 Silver Streak 30 travel trailer, deluxe model, exc. quality a  cond, must see, $13,040 obo.  885-7464. ss  8' Frontier Csmpsr, $2300; 11'  Mirrocralt, plus 7.7 HP motor,  $950,686-3854. K1c  Qulbrsnsen pacemaker organ,  upright Ireezer, both In good  shape. 885-3347. Klc  Various construction tools: compressor, air nailers, stilts, plus ���  plus - pksl 885-3557 ask lor Don.   Klc  Moving: Ssddle, $250; double  bed, $60; wood stove, $135;  dressers, $45; desks, $50; high,  chak, $60; fridge/stove, $200 pt.;  crib, $75; much more, 885-1942.  Ric  Cincinnabdraprsss^'.McDougel  metal MM, 10' bstwsen centers,  $1500 obo 8854437        119c  350 John Deere bucket. 643-9974  slier 6.883-9666 days.     Klw  Lincoln srch welder, runs well,  $1800000.8649352.      Klw  955H Cat Crawler, buck* loader,  needs some work, $2000 obo.  6862546. ss  4lVWJetU4dr,5sp.sunrool.  $3600000 666 7999 IS  t*  62 Ford Mustang. 117,000 ks, 6  cyl. suto Very good condition  $8600 Cal 1864366 SS  42 Buick Regal V8 suto, one  owner.$1600obo 6866579  Klw  70s- Waited old Volvo lot parts.  42 Chev Cevsllei. good cond,  6664015. I19w    $1000 ObO. 686-7877        Klc  mn you  pmy tor 2 InomHlone  Alcksititmdfimnllt*  pre pad berore inierHon  FM ONE INSERTION  EAion.UpIo 10 worth; 25 tens  f��� mntL _____*     ' J  iw puh ammonal waia.  Free: Lest, Feand & free  fw* Bell ClmooHlBdo  $17 up to 10 word*  $ 1 each additional word  Your od. tailing onm mm, wW run 4 conMO/Nv* sytmks  mart will b* cortcallttd unless you instruct ul to renew II  by claaasTlsd deadline ��� r*>i imnfaM. h, coni-nM,  CLASflFIID DIADUNIft  _____% ��� m W*��ha��da>  ���mVII *eTB *AW*eW^*ae**e*m*A*aema��W  FRIDAY NOON TUUDAY  Oibeons 886-2672 Sthah 883-3930 Coast News, May 9,1994  17  27   Mobile Homos    ��� 29. Wanted to Rent  40' RV bus, propane poweied,  totally liveable, mechanically  sound, great shape, $10,000.885-  4073. Klw  '74 21 ft. Vanguard class C  motorhome QMC chassis, 350,  3/way Iridge, furnace, oven, bathroom w/shower, dual sir, awning  34,000 mi, sxc. cond, $10,900.  666.9462. #19w  Car dotty with swivel bed a lights,  exc. cond, $1000.885-4758.I19W  19 It. Campion hard top, cuddy  cabin, full canvas. Powered by 898  Mercruiser fresh wslsr cooled 5  litre V8/198 HP. Very low hours,  used mostly tor mooching. Perfect  cond, clean Inside a out, $9600  ObO. 885-5025. Klc  30' Searay w/command bridge, 2  VHS, 2 depth lounders, frldgs,  stove, oven, hot water tank, water  holding tanks, toilet, shower, swim  grid, lots ol canvas coven. In sxc.  shape. 886-2628. K1w  22' Sangsler craft, (appraised) hull  only - h good shape, $3000 obo.  885-2456. KOC  SECHELT MARINE |  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain BUI Murray I  MCMM.C M.N.AMS    '  MA.B.YC. 'Marine  Surveywi and Conukonti  28 A.X14 II. See Span barge, 454  Merc motor. Into 683.9974 eves,  afler 6pm, 683-9655 days. Klw  28 tl. Trojan wood cruiser, sleeps  4, ice bar, head, mm, 465 Olds  V-drlve power, duel stslions,  needs TLC, $2600 obo. 645-5577.  K1W  12 fl. F/G runabout w/older 9 HP  O/B, sll In working cond, $400  Obo. 9864199. Klw  3 HP Briggs a Stralton w/2' scow  pump, Ilia nsw, $150.8854110.  I19w  25 ft. Cslglsss sedan cruiser, I/O,  power, dean, $10,500.685-4607.  Klw  10 ft. fibreglass dinghy w/osrs,  $200.665-5307. KOw  270 Crusader engine, F.W. cooled,  $450 (350 GM). 8854146.  22 1/2 tt. Flbertorm command  bridge cruiser, 180 Merc Cruiser,  Iresh water cooled 20 HP Johnson  0/B, toilet, sink stove, ice box, sliding glass doors Into csbln snd  many mors. 686-6902, or 1-942-  4811. Klw  Double axel boat trailer, galvanized, $2200.886-2628.    KOc  22' KMC w/command bridge VHF,  CB, steieo. swim grid, bait tank,  anchor winch, 2 burner alcohol  slove, wih boat trailer. 113,500.  KOc  KUC  WINDWARD YACHT SALES  at Gibsons Mains  Cam Mussels 666-2626  SU  22Tanzer, R/Furt  $7,500  25 Cal, 0/8 flush deck  8,900  2S BayMd, Diesel  15,900  26 Luga, swing keel  4,800  27 Catskna, Iridge  16,900  28 Cal, diesel R/Furt  16,900  30 Fraser, Dsl, wheel  19,500  S4C4C, nice stupe  59,900  22 K8C, bridge 10,900  26 Campion Toba 19,900  26 Toly, 255V drive 35,000  X Sea Ray sad bridge 92,000  32 Qrentel, nice cond. 32,500  32 Pacemaker STishtw. 46.000  119c  40' flshbost, $4400,may accept  small vehicle trads-ln, extra remanufactured 75 HP dlessls,  $1700. Selection gssr, $150 up,  12V471 starter, props, stainless  steel exhaust system, $240. Head,  $80. Scops snd 303 rills, $190.  8864163. Klw  17 It. glass boat w/traller, new  Volvo engine and leg, plus more,  $4500.8724703. Klc  Float houss, 14IU48 ft. moored in  Tilllcum Bay Marina. Nick 885-  6340. Klc  20 ft. Double Eagle, newly re-powered w/Volvo Penta motor/leg, new  canvas, depth toundsr, C/B,  $19,000.8894692. K1c  151/2 fl. Sangster runabout cAv 75  HP Johnson outbd. on good trailer,  nsw sleeper seats a canvas tap,  $3600 ObO. 8854029.  KOw  26 ft. Northsta, 4 headroom, total  refit and ready to sail, $13,900.  8884606. H9W  Moving -must sell 21 ft. fibreglass  boat, new csnvsi, 327 GMC  motor, $4860.686-7736.    I19w  Project Host, 20' Apollo, nssds  work, no lag. $1500 obo. 866-  4671. tin  Wantsd: Classic wooden run-  JboH.666-2734 IB v     0UTB&M��8K)li��*B  14' OouUe E^^a 40 HP Evinrude. 9.9-2040-40-50-70 HP 1992-1993  elec. stltt with U load trailer, Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  $3500.6864019. II     Lows's Resort, 683-2456.      tin  10x32' bsrge, libreglass over  wood, boom and electric winch.  685-2100. ss  18.5 ft. Double Eagle hardtop,  1988 Meic. 470, depth sounder,  radio, bail tank, Immsc. cond.,  hardly used, with trailer, $16,000  obo. 885-3277. SS  14 1/2 ft. FQ center consol lishing  boat, 45 HP electric start and trailer, $1500.8864579.        Klw  22.5 ft. Fibiefoim, Volvo gas, 170  leg, sounder, VHF, nearly new carpet a canvas, $5000, view at  Royal Reach Marina "Nekhani",  8854126 Bob. Klc  22 1/2 ft. Double Eagle CB  350/260 baltbag VHF sounder,  $23,000.665-3448. SS  17 It. Thermallte, 150 HP Merc,  ski post, Iresh water used, $2100.  8854175. KOw  27 ft. Catalina sailboat, dinette, 4  sails, 2 yrs. old, outboard motor,  essumsble moorsge In Gibsons  Marina. Asking $16,900.885-2351  KOw  .165 OMC I/O, FWC trailer, canvas  top and equipment, $6200.922-  0916 (Wesl Van). KOw  22' Bell Buoy rebuilt 302 and Merc  leg, convertible hardtop and canvas, VHF, fishlinder, trailer,  $12,000. Wll consider pert trade.  885-4019. ss  24' work / pleasure boat, t/g on  wood, exc. cond, zero hours on  rebut 319, new ex-manifolds, new  s.s. shaft, wiring, paint. Ful pries  includes dinghy, oars, 9 hp motor.  $7900 883-2990. SS  28' Unilly libreglass. brand new  motor end other extras, lull ol electronics. Reasonable price. George  6864139. SS  Heavy duly 50 float ramps bul to  suit. 683-261001 883-9290.    SS  16 ft. Fibreglass, Volvo I/O, boat.  Tandem axle trailer, $3800. 883-  2297. ss  25 fl. Reinel, depth sounder, good  mech. condllon. $9000 obo. 886-  4870. ss  Heavy duty 50' float ramps bu* lo  suit 663-26101X883-9290.    SS  Bayliner 24' C/B, rebuilt engine, 4  hrs, new upholstery, UHF CB, 2  depth sounders, $12,900. 886-  7268. tt  NEW HOME  Sel up In locsl psrk In Gibsons.  686-2597,597-3322. tin  1990 Hampton 2 bdim., 5 appl,  skylights, must be moved. $40,000  obo. 886-7776. K3w  NEW HOME  Gibsons Park  Financing Available  686-2597-597-3322  tin  New 2 bdrm dlx mobile home set  up in local Gibsons paik. For inlo  call 886-2597,597-3322,     #tfn  7-lsles Seniors, ocean view park,  pad avail. June 1, Madeira Park.  665-3910. *19w  For Sale By Owner  Musl sell 14x70, $26,000; 12x70,  $22,000. S.C. Mobile Home Park,  Gibsons. 685-5606. Klc  28. Motorcycles  45 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, liks new, 20,000 km.  $3,500.886-4616 aft. 7 pm.    ss  1979 650 Ysmaha motorcycle,  $850; 11-toot aluminum boat, $50.  663-9230. #19w  S'86 Yamaha Radian 600 cc, low  kms., good cond., $1500. 886-  0536. KOw  RAFFLE  1994 HD SB3D Sportster - sold el  Bernadettes Gallery, Kelly's Lawn-  mower, Sunnycrest Lottery Kiosk,  $20 ea. only 1111 tickets available.  Draw date June 15. KOw  Trailer pad in Roberts Creek suitable for 28' travel trailer. Annie  686-2622 days. tfns  Responsibls working couple  looking lor a 2 - 3 bdrm house for  long teim rental. Refs. avail. Pender Harbour area only. 863-2212.      ss  Responsible couple seeks long  term rental, 1-2 b drms, Rbts. Ck.  or Hallmoon Bay prel, June 1.  Karen 1-254-0312. #21c  Mature prolessional, new to Coast,  Isseeklng shaied WATERFRONT  accommodation. June or July 1,  rels upon request. 886-4724.K1W  Active retired couple Irom Toronlo  seeks accommodation with view  near beach? For Jury and August.  Rent or swap. 885-7370.    KOc  Long term lease two bedroom  apartment/house in good repair for  senior couple. N/S, N/D, N/P,  oceanew, seclusion, clean. 956-  2272 eves. Klw  1 bdrm. furnished accomodations,  Sechelt aiea tor May 22-June 4.  859-9177. Klw  Retired woman, N/S requires 1  bdrm. aparlment Sechel. Would a  quiet dean apartment cat be welcome? 985-7791 K1w  WATERFRONT  Granthams cabin, veiy dean, suit  single working person, 5 mln. to  ferry, sorry, no pets. $550/mo. plus  utils. 886-9238. ��19w  2 bdrm. mobile with workshop, no  pets, 1416 North. $625/mo. 886-  9581. 119*  5 bdrm. new all appl, 21/2 baths,  avail. May 1, poss. lease, rels.  $1100/mo. 886-9792.        119*  1 bdrm view apt. Lower Qibsons.  Large patio, private garden, new  building, laundry, walk to all amenities. Quiet and secure. $660/mo.  886-3420. 619c  Roomy 2 bdim home on S. Fletcher, near yacht dub. Adul oriented,  lovely garden with greenhouse and  fruit trees. Avail, early May. Refs  req'd. $850/mo. 8664422 or 922-  7836. 119c  Studio and 1 bdrm. eultes with  spectacular view, F/P, W/D, walk  to lerry $495/mo. ea. utils Incl.  866.2891. K3w  Summer Rental ��� large bachelor  cabin (furnished) above Langdale  terminal. Laundry, hydro incl.  $650/mo. 866-2034. KOw  Waterfront, Qibsons area, bright  one bedroom oceanfront suite, balcony, skylight, on two levels.  $550/mo. No pets. 886-2596.119c  1 bdrm basement suite w/l/p, n/s,  n/p. $60O/mo. 886-7037.    #19c  Clean bright 2 bdrm. suite, view,  New 26x81 bdrm travel trailer on privale entrance and deck, walk to  privale property. N/S. N/P. feny, non-smoker, no pets, 886-  $40O/mo.plusutll.886-9625.#20c    H�� KOw  Cenlral Qibsons, 2 bdrm apt. with  skylight, w/w carpet. Hydro a cable  not Included. $550/mo. Marie or  Glen at 886-7016. tin  31. For Rent  Tandem axel gravel truck for hire.  Wage negotiable, depending on  job. 886-3596. KOc  SUNCOAST PROPERTY  MANAGEMENT  Full prep mgm. service, specialize  in rental properties. To lent or to  rent out, Egmont to Langdale,  please call 685-5608 (reasonable  rates). Klc  N/S shaied accommodation, beautllul 3 bdrm. fully lurnished rancher  with your own private bathroom,  lireplace, dishwasher, piano. Great  yard, workshop, garden cooked  meals/lunches, laundry negotiable,  $450 plus 1/2 utils. 886-8648.K1W  For Ren  Gibsons Lnn  Young N/S couple w/2 children  seek 24 bdrm. home, June 1-Aug.  31. Prefer Rbts. Ck, or Sechelt  area, rets aval. l4794775.K0w  Gaage or space suitable lor small  carpentry shop, north of Middle-  point. 8834775 aft. 6.      KOw  2 bdrm. townhome, W/D/F/S/DW,  2 baths, fireplace, garage, fairly  private backyard, $750/mo. avail.  Immed.; 3 bdrm. rancher, large  yard, quiet cul-de-sac. $850.  NRS Sechelt Property Mgt 685-  9093. #19c  New 1 bdim. cottage, quiet bright  treed area, bordering Gibsons,  ocean view, avail, immed.  $500/mo. 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Klc $825/mo. 872-3516. 119c  1 bdrm. suite, new, near beach, 3 bdrm. suite w/llreplace for quiet  laundry, deck, N/S, N/P, $500/mo. N/S, $825 plus ids. 6884672.  886-7609.                     I21C Klw  Coiy 1 bdrm. w/view, laundry, bus  routs, across Irom Yacht Club,  N/S, $450/1110.686-8737.    121c  1 bdrm. suits, lower Qibsons,  clean and bright F/S, W/D, F/P,  avail. June 1.886-7867 or 886-  2807. 121c  Lower Qibsons nesr marina, 2  sunny view rooms ki older cottage  Private sntrance, deck, yard, share  kilchen, balh, W/D, 1/2 hydro, pet  ok. $275/mo. 886-3632.     ��21w  3 bdrm. 2 full baths, walking distance to al amenities (duplex) Eat  in kitchen, S appl.. sundeck,  garage, avail. June 1. $850/mo.  298-5215. I21w  3 bdrm. house, lower Gibsons, bay  area. Avail, immed. 4 appl., laundry, lenced backyard, near amenities and beech , veiy dean, fresh  paint a carpets, N/P, N/S please,  $750. 8860709,6864441, please  N. mess, thanks. #21*  1 bdrm. lower Gibsons, great view,  close to al amenities, avail May 1,  $55011110.886-7630. 121c  Central Qibsons, 2 bdrm suits  w/visw, 4 appl., avail. Juns 1,  $650/mo. N/P 596-1669     121c  2 bdrm. houss, garage, large yard,  stove/lr., W/D, F/P, 1 blk. (torn  ocean. Soames Point (5 mm from  Langdale terry). $7O0/mo. 1-7J8-  2254 aft. 6pm. 121c  Shared accommodation $325/mo.  North Rd., Qibsons, clean, non-  smoker, no pets Ideal lor mil student Available June 1 886-2504.  tins  3 yi old townhouse with garage,  one level, electric 5 appl., lacuzzi  tub, pnvate patio a garden, owner  pays monthly maint; close to all  Gibsons amenities. Your choice ol  1 bdim.. unlurn , S600/mo. 01 1  bdrm, turn, $700/mo. 886-3305  120*  Avail. 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Yvonne 886-  7815. til  For Rent - Sesmount Industrial  Park, light industrial, ssrvice commercial, up to 2,000 sq II, 10 ceiling, heavy wiring. Alio 760 sq It  bsy 12' door, mall axposurs.  Phone 888-2663 days, 886-9075  eves tin  Fabulous commercial storefront for  lease. Over 1000 sq. It. No triple  net. Avail. Jan. 1, Seaview Plaza,  Gibsons. Maris, Glen 886-7018 or  Lome 1-737-8081. tin  1022 sq. II. newer building, owner  will look st doing leasehold  improvements st $i0.00/sq. It.  plus triple net in Sechel.  NRS Sechel Property Mgt.  885-2235,8859093. #19c  ���DUE TO EXPANSION"  We require sn aggressive sales  prolessional with a minimum ot 2  yean outside sales experience.  Familiarity wih specialty fasteners  or industrial sales helptul  WE OFFER:  'Salary/bonus  'Auto allowance  ��� Ful benefit package  We service the maintenance repair  industry. Local territory available.  For more Info fax your resume to:  1-5914133 or phone Sales Managers. 1-591-1100. 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Do you have a talent to  shaie? Call Louise Hume 886-  2818 or Joy Germaine 8864078  lor more inlormation. Sponsored  by ths Gibsons Landing Merchants  Association. H9w  Excellent stall lor busy Sschslt  restaurant. Kim, .688-0027  between64pm. KOw  Looking lor energetic, outgoing  person to work In an aggressive  retail environment. Flexible houn,  part to full time. Duties wiH include  opening/closing, dally cash.  Exper., reqd. Wags commensurate  with experience. Contact Shannon  at Frontrunners, Gibsons.   KOw  Hardware store requires retail  sales person tor F/T employment.  Apply w/resume to: RR1, Wild-  wood Site, C48,.Hsltmoon Bsy,  BCV0N1Y0. #19*  RecresUotisI Summer Jobs!  Now hiring! Amussment paik, casino and resort jobs $10-825 per hr.  Summer/permsnent, excellent  benefits, no experience. (504) 648-  2803 Ext. R389 until Bpm 7 days.  119*  Jack a Jill Parent Participation  Preschool Society is accepting  applications for Preschool Assistant tot the 94/95 school year. The  applicant must be working towards  ECE qualification and will wotk  under the direction ol the supervisor. Msll resume to Jack a Jill  Preschool, Box 801, Qibsons, BC  V0N1V0. K1W  Assemble light products at home.  Excel. Income, easy wotk. C all for  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623-2380  ext.A74 tin  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  Non-prolit groups needs assistance with their newsletter, office  skills, 2-3 hrs./wk. In Sschslt to  snd of July; SPCA nssds dog  walkers on Wed. 1-5pm, must bs  over 14 yrs. old snd like animals.  The Gibsons Youth Centre is looking tor interested adults to assist  with their ongoing programs lor  youth, dart night, crafts stc * A  coordinator is needed to sssisl  with s talent show in July, exciting  position. * Therapeutic riding program for children needs volunteers  to assist on Wednesdays. Knowledge ol horses essential. For  these and more opportunities contad the Volunteer snd Inlormation  Centre a 885-5681. #19w  35. Business and  Home Services  CABINS TO CASTLES  Design, renovation, rsmodel.  Framing to lockup. 8864360,886-  0684eves. tin  Labourer to handle wood from  portable sawmill. $IO/hr. 885-  3506. Klc  Exp. carpenter needed to finish  Interior stairs, etc. 885-7370 eves.  Klw  NEED HELP SPRING  CLEANING YOUR  GARDEN?  DOWN TO EARTH  GARDENING SERVICES  KATHRYN MUSSELLS  88VM58  I  _____ Iti  Coast News, May 9, 1994  35. Business &  Home Seivices  Dirt People  Yard maintenance, new landscaping, rework old landscaping, weekly cuts, Inside repaits, low rales,  exc. refs. 886-9593. K4w  CnR  Backhoe Seivice "No Job is Too  Small'. 885-6077. #21*  Rainy Day Mending  Hem pants: Fix zippers: Sew  seams: Iron dress clothes: Design  costumes lot all occasions: Buttons: Make pants into shorts.  Please make sure all your clothes  are clean. You tear it, I'll repair il.  Penny BerdaW 886-3995.   Ktw  WILL'S LAWN CARE  Lawn mowing, weedeating. 885-  7733. K1w  RENOVATIONS-ADDITIONS  Interior Finishing * Trim * Door  Installations' Counters' Cabinets  ' Quality Workmanship' Free Estimates. Eric 866-6728.       Ktc  Seniors Discount  Horns repairs and tenovations.  Satisfaction guaranteed. Dan 886-  3064. #20c  WILL'S WINDOW WASHING  Reasonable rates. 885-7733.K1W  Efficient! Quick! Reliable! Call  Minule Maid Cleaning Seivices.  886-7520. #19c  HARDWOOD FLOORING  New floors supplied, laid, sanded  and finished. Old floors resanded  and relinished. Lyle Hayler Floors  Ltd. 8657633. #20w  B8D PRESSURE WASH  Enviro Frdty Clean Agents!  for  Vinyl, aluminum siding, paint stripping, concrete walkways, driveways, decks, RVs, boats, etc. 886-  0055. #22*  Flooring installation, ceramic, lino,  carpet, hardwood. Call Ray 666-  6934. #19*  BARRY'S WINDOW CLEANING  Metal and vinyl houses washed,  gutters cleaned in and out, free  estimales. 8653277.        #22w  Lawn/berry hedge cutting, grounds  maintenance, window washing,  etc. Man/men available once/regular basis. Rob/Chris, 886-3822 reliable. #19*  MOBILE WELDING  8 FAB  Certilied prof, competitive equipment, Industrial, residential, big or  small, day or night. 886-4706  Randy 119c  I    .QCIOPU8CLOW8IQ  Residential moving in/out; spring  cleaning.' Seniors dlsc'dlmt. free-  estimates. Debi, 885-2350. #19c  Business &  Home Services  DRYWALL FINISHING  Complete drywall seivices. Prolessional, guaranteed workmanship.  Large or small jobs Rob 886-  3573. #20c  AARNE  Professions!  Watch, Clock 8 Jewelry  REPAIR  Scandinavia-educated. 30 years  experience. Call 885-0824 Aarne  or lv. mess. #19*  RESUMES  Professionally typeset and laser  printed. 886-3425. tfns  Outbuilding ��� addition' renovation  * repair * structure inspection and  documentation' tot specialists.  8854070. 123*  EVA'S Home Cleaning Services  Regular cleaning, spiing cleaning,  ot final consttuctlon cleanup.  Dependable a affordable 885  4024 msss. #23*  RITEWAY PAINTERS  Interior, exterior, pressure wash-  ing, quality workmanship, satisfaction guaranteed. Bob 885-4804.  Klw  MAJESTIC LANDSCAPE  Lawn/landscape maintenance,  weedeating, brushcutting, power  raking, hedge trimming, rotolilling,  turf laying, low maintenance landscaping, cleanups, rubbish  removal, etc. 8850737.     Ktw  LAWNAGAROEN  Fruit tree pruning and spraying,  garden renovations, retaining  walls, hedge trimming, general  cleanup. Cal 8864160.        tin  CHIPPING AND MULCHING  SERVICE  Turn your brush pies, leaves and  gaiden waste lo chips and mulch  tor compost. Quick service, reasonable rates. Nick at 886-2756.  37. Child Care  AeiyJot  oZarhsu. 886-4788  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting, Iree estimates. Rslerences  available. 886-3463. tins  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths an-f  shower panels, CSA spproved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 883-  2976. ttn  Nine Tliree Seven Childcare Society. Licenced AFTER SCHOOL  CARE. Gibsons, Langdale, Cedar  Grove. Register now lor 1994-95  School Year. Spaces limited, call  early. 886-2064. #20c  Need a sitter? Call Judy Mon-Fri  865-4266. #21 c  A WONDERFUL ALTERNATIVE!  Early French Immersion  Kindergarten, Playgroup - 364  year olds, t'ecole Pssse-Psrtout  now taking registration lor September 1994, Inlormation Open  House, Wed.. May 25, 7 pm.  Camp Douglas. Roberts Creek.  For inlormation call: 885-5855,  885-5363. *21c  Quality licenced family daycare  $420/mo. 8667648. #20*  Rainbow Preschool In Roberts  Creek Is accepting applications lor  1994/95 lerm, 3/4 yr. olds. Open  House May 11, 5-7pm. Jan 885  3707. #19c  Happy Days Family Daycare, Welcome Woods. Hallmoon Bay area.  1 full, 1 part-time. 0 - 3 yrs. 885-  0470. #22c  Attention Parents: Is yout child's  care provider licensed? Care lo 3  or mote children unrelated to Ihe  care provider requites a license.  Call Health Unit at 885-5164 lot  mote Info. #22*  "KINDER-CAAE"  KIDS KINGDOM  FAMILY DAYCARE  Serving the Cedar Grave Elementary School area.  ��� Flexible hours ��� Transportation ���  Lunch option ��� Worry Iree quality  care. $350/mo ��� full time ��� rate  includes Prolessional Development snd Parent-Teacher Interview Days. $l7.50/daily rate (as  available basis).  To register your Kindergarten  bound child (born 1999) lor the  94/95 school term, cal CORINNE  at 6864104.  Family daycare in central Gibsons,  offers quality care by trained professional, trom birth to school age.  8850058. ��19w  Gibsons Pigs pride of the  province, pound for pound  by Ian Cobb and Jeff Grant  That usually faceless group  of experts commonly known as  only "Ihey" were right.  "They" were saying two  weeks ago lhat it didn't matter  one fetid dingo's kidney  whether or not the winner of the  Lower Mainland division three  Rugby Championship played  teams from the provincial interior lo decide the provincial title  because the Lower Mainland  champs would pulverize the  interior rugger players and they  should be spared the expense of  a trip to Kamloops to prove this  point.  The Gibsons Pigs Rugby  Club just happened to be the  Lower Mainland representatives,  thanks lo a 17-9 win over the  Kelowna Crows April 23 at  Langdale Elementary School  and they made the "they" sector  look good as they more than  pulverized Interior Rugby Union  clubs last weekend to claim their  first ever provincial crown.  Case in point; the Pigs scored  their first try just 14 seconds  into the first of two games May  7.  With a strong contingent of  players large enough to stock  two teams, and about 25 Sun  shine Coast residents on hand at  the Kamloops Exhibition Centre  to lend voice to the Pigs' quest,  the Gibsons side was merciless  against the Interior sides.  Gulping huge amounts of  water to counter the hot, arid  conditions (temperatures were in  the 26- to 30-degree C range)  the Pigs ran roughshod over  Nelson and put them away 29-0.  - Unfortunately for Nelson and  the Prince George Barbarians,  they had to play right after and  then, with nary a moment to  reflect on their task at hand, the  Barbarians had to square off  against the Pigs beneath a cruel  4 pm sun.  The Pigs, used to playing in  cool, wet, sea-level conditions,  obviously found the dry, high  country air of Kamloops to be  more than acceptable as they  pummeled Ihe northern team 57-  0 to claim, finally, the provincial  title.  The first-ever provincial  crown was the culmination of a  four-year plan, Pigs  player/coach Drew Murphy said  following the game.  "This is the fruition of a four-  year plan. We've worked together with a goal and that goal was  achieved today."  Another Pigs player, wt  the Coast News knows onl;  Dave, said the score of the f  game didn't paint an accui  picture of the intensity of  match.  "It was a very hard-fou  game. The score was not indi  live of the play. They (Prii  George) just came up short o  few occasions."  Game sheets weren't avt  able at press time to outline  scoring progress of the Pij  however, Paul Smith figut  prominently in the final gan  scoring what the Coast Nc  has learned were "beauco,  tries."  Drew Murphy also manag  to fight off a hot, dry wind in t  added duty as kicker since reg  lar kicker Dave Strom was n  playing.  Also, considering the score  the man responsible for lin<  outs, prop Bob Cowie, als  played a huge game.  First-year player Ro  Etheridge scored his first try i  the year against Prince George.  Pictures and scoring detail  of the Pigs plundering of th  provincial mid-section will b  available in the Weekender.  Coast racquet club on the move  HORIZON CLASS  LIMITED  ipcrulixuii; in romaercial A  rnidrolud gluing  Over 20 y f in expertise  Cooprtitive, prompr wrvkr  CelMMlSS  ELECTRICIAN  by the hour or contract, W. Rennie,  Reg. #6861.8654845.      *19c  RON'S R00FM  New snd re-rooting, cedar shakes,  duroid,torch-on.8856186. #2tc  DECKS A FENCES  Quality workmanship; Insured 6  bonded; lair prices; fast, free estimates. Call Donn 885-3557 rels.  aval. #2ic  KITCHENS* BATHS  Quality at fair prices. Many rels.  avail. Insured bonded, fast, free  estimales. CaH Donn at 885-3557.  (21C  HORIZON  PH JIT STOVES  No imoke, No Chimney!  Dealer for Jamestown  Envimfire, Teapot  Avenl  CAUISMIU  RENOVATIONS PLUS  Quality renovations, fair pricing.  Insured 1 bonded, fast, has estimates Rels. avail. Call Donn at  Surelock 885-3557. 921c  Cethy e Horns Cieenlng  For spring cleaning or tor everyday  houss work, give us s call 886-  4660, bondable wth relerences.  I22w  RHVASON ELECTRIC ENT.  Installations, Renovations 6  Rspalrs. Frse estimstes, reg.  #22589 986-8657 or cell. 377-  7956 24 his. #22w  For help with landscaping labour,  lawns, berries, yard clean-up, etc.  cal Bi 886-0051. Hard working.  fifty  MOUNTAIN  CRT  ELECTRIC  LID.  RESIDENTIAL,  COMMERCIAL  INDUSTTUAL  886-2834  KEITH CUNE  St H. SIO. G4M. GOWNS VON IVO  #8 23163  COASTLINE FENCING  Wooden A Chain Link  DecksAPorchee  CaH after 6pm 986-2215 Bob tfns  QUALITY WOODWORK  Home Remodeling, Finishing  We look at sfl jobs big or small.  For prompt, quality work at sn  affordable price, call Art Giesbrecht I8S4372 or 985-7169. tfn  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  tin  36. Work Wanled  Lawn mowing, wsedeabng, household chores, garden work. Peter  886-3121. #20c  BOB'S RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard cleanup, etc. will remove  whatever haunts you. Quick, courteous sendee. 885-4804.    *21w  Smsll drywall jobs and repairs,  plumbing, carpentry, interior painting, small renovations, seniors discount Call Norm 886-0997 #21 w -  WAYNE'S SERVICES  Gardening, gas wesdeater. lawns,  ground maintenance, window  washing. 886-2999. #19c  Available lor drywall. taping and  spray jobs, very experienced. Allan  885-7080. ��19c  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard cleanup, light moves, odd  jobs, quick Iriendly service 885-  9694.328-1611 cell #22c  Female educator seeking room 6  board in exchange for gardening,  tutoring or other assistance  Jury/Aug., lv. mess. 886-7072 tins  VERSATILE TRACTOR CO.  Have your garden prepared by  heavy duty tractor wilh plow and  rototiller. 743 Bobcat to backfill,  with landscape rake. Also small  excavator to install driveways, septic tanks, small foundations with  small dump truck to remove rubbish or general cleanup. 886-4859.  Klw  Need a second income? Can you  afford to dedicate 5 hours a week?  Then this nsw concept ot multilevel marketing may be lor you.  We are a couple working st it ant  are determined to succeed. Ws  can help each other have financial  seemly. Cal 883-9099.     #19w  Smal affordable franchise. House  sitting and pet care service, pre-  established clientele, llexible  hours. Call Sharon 885-2226. ss  TRY  SELLING  UNWANTED  ITEMS  IN THE  COAST  NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!  I Isnoi;  The Suncoast Racquet Club  is targeting land beside the  Sechelt Ice Arena as its new  home.  Club chair Stan Anderson  has approached the District of  Sechelt about "borrowing" in  perpetuity two-and-a-half acres  of land at the arena as soon as  possible. Anderson said the club  is at risk of being evicted from  its current quarters beside the  Wakefield Inn.  "Time is of the essence  here...we could be out on i  ttftAient's QOH2B,* he told a  recent meeting of the municipal  planning committee.  The owners of the Wakefield  Inn property, which also  includes the land on which the  current facility is located, have  indicated they are trying to sell  the business.  If sold, the club would have  no other choice but to move or  dissolve.  If the club is able to retain  land at no cost from the municipality, Anderson foresees the  initial construction of two  indoor courts and two outdoor  courts.  Two more indoor courts  would be added at a later date.  "I recognize that is quite a  large program but in the field of  planning it's better to plan for  10 years instead of two,"  Anderson said.  The cost of constructing the  courts is estimated at $300,000  and would be raised through  donations from the public and  club members. Anderson  assured members of the committee that taxpayers would not  have lo pay for the construction  of the racquet facility.  If constructed, the courts  would be open to the public on  a pay-to-play basis and maintained with volunteer help.  Anderson said parking is  "not a real consideration"  because tennis is "not a high-  traffic sport."  Doug Reid, a member of the  club's sub-committee, emphasized the need to relocate as  soon as possible.  "They can give us a day's  notice and we are oul of there,"  Reid said.  The club consists of 80  members and it is expected lhat  number will increase with the  development of a new facility.  The proposal has been  referred to the parks and recreation committee for further  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  tor Nre. Forms, framing, finishing,  decks 1 renovations Drew 885-  4557. #20c  COMPUTER INSTRUCTION  At home or at work, one on one or  a group. Call Jeff 886-8095. tins  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lot hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rotolilling, odd jobs.  865-3917 tins  DRYWALL TAPER  "Save Money', you board. I'll tape  ��� 15 yrs. experience. Quality service. 685-5564 aft 6pm     #21 c  LAND DISPOSITION  In Land Recording District of Vancouver, and  situated at Port Mellon, B.C.  Take notice that the Sunshine Coast  Regional District, Sechelt B.C., has applied to  the Ministry ot Environment, Lands and Parks  Regional Oflice in Burnaby for the purchase  of the land generally situated at Port Mellon,  and more particularly described below:  Commencing at a Post planted on the east  boundary of Bk. 1, D.Ls 1482,1645 & 7748,  Plan LMP 5041, Gp. 1, N.W.D.; thence NE  35.6 metres following the Limit of Fill: thence  north and west 177 metres following said  Limit of Fill to said east boundary; thence SW  50.9 metres; thence SW 24.6 metres; thence  SE 20.7 metres; thence SE 23.9 metres;  thence SE 54.8 metres; thence SE 39.8  metres to the point of commencement and  containing 1.08 ha more or less. The  purpose for which the disposition is required  is forest and marine related industry.  Comments concerning this application may  be made to The Ministry of Environment,  Lands and Parks at #401 - 4603 Kingsway,  Burnaby, B.C. V5H 4M4, attention - Richard  Webber. Telephone 660-5500. File  #2406154  PORT  UELLON  OL   13U  Notice Board J_>  On|oin| eventa musl be updated monthly  We move the right lo edit submissions Ibr brevity  Alt submissions should refer lo non-profit events  of genuine community intereii  Items will be listed dice weeks prior to the evenl.  The Sunshine  Coast News  MONDAY, MAY 9  Olbeons Landing Merchente  Assn meeting, 7:30 pm, Harbour Cale.  Al non-member merchente welcome.  Qibsons Sea Cevelcede CommlttM  meeling, 7:30 pm, Marine Room below  tw Qibioni Library. Info: Peggy Smal,  686-4956.  S.C. Pesos Oroup mealing, 7:30 pm,  Roberts Creek School library. NFB video  Conversion In Ihe Before Columbus  series. Aim  B.C. Home-Based Buslneee Aeen,  7:304:30 pm, Rockwood Centre. Topic:  Earthquake preparedness Drop-in lee;  82/pereon.  TUESDAY, MAY 10  8.C. Horns Support Society Hospice    _V  Inservlce, 4:30 pm, St. Mary'e Hospital     XH  hAMVlfMifl *-***'  WEDNESDAY, MAY 11  Wast Hows Sound Elsetsrs Assn  meeting. 7:30 pm, Langdale Elementary  School. Subject A unified government lor  tw Coast. Pre A con.  Women's Club dinner r  Der Lebanon, Sechell Mo::  5773.  WEDNESDAY, MAY It  S.C. Horns Support Society Who Cm*  Who C*m Support Oroup meeling, 1-3  pm, S.C. Gospel Church, Davis Bsy. Inlo:  Barbara, 888-5144.  Shomcttffo AusMoiy mooting, 1:30 pm,  Shomdtle.  WEDNESDAY, MAY 11  S.C. Home Support Society Who Cans  Who Cerse Support Group mooing, 1-3  pm, Klwsnle Vlllege Cars Horns,  Olbeone. Into: Barbara, 665-5144.  MMCEUANBOUB  Child Health Cllnlce (Qibsons Heellh  Unit) Miy tO, 17, 24 A 31 wth en extra  '' May 16. (SecheH HoeMi UnH) May  (H.I.V. inlormation, couneoBng  ns tor appointment in  I, Sechell 665-5164.  intrrwnt ih Olbeone  tMoAP  ���880-5600  Preojwrt? Cat tw Heakh Ui*  Prenetal Hoepltel Tour: phone 81.  Mary'e Hospital switchboard to arrange  lor low, 165-2224. Prenatal only.  Parent A Baby Drop-In gives parents an  " i lo meet/other parents snd  discuss common concerns. The group  getwn every Tuesday hom 1:15 to 3:30  pm st 494 8. Fletcher, Olbeone snd in  Sschslt st 6571 Inlet on Wednesdays  hem 1-3:30 pm.  : A booster does ot diphtheria, lelanue and pertussis le Important lor children entering  echool. Olbeone ollnlee - 866-5600;  1-5164.  MONDAYS  ���IMMtHW COM! SpNWWf S ��� WVflVOf 8  S.C. WhNs Cent Club montily meeling,  ���~pm,D-'-"    "      ���  1703.  1:30 pm, Davis Bsy Community'HU. Into!  8.C. Horns Support Society Who Cans  ��m�� Came Support Group meeting, 1-3  pm, Klwsnle Village Cere Home,  Gfcsons. Mo: Barbara, 665-5144.  THURSDAY, MAY U  St Mery'e Hospital Ausllery. SecheH  branch monthly meeting, 1:30 pm, SI.  Hide's hal.  SATURDAY, MAY 14  St. Bert's Spring Sale, to am-2 pm.  Home biking, plants, books, rummage  heme, dottSng, sic.  S.C. Pro-life Waft for Life, 11:00 sm,  meet st Hackett Park by tennis courts.  Picnic to tolow. Mo: 664-9616.  SUNDAY, MAY II  Pender  Hsrbour  fewer  A  Sell  Squadron 2nd annuel Boal House Sale,  10:30 em, Madeira Park Elementery  schoolyard. Bring your own table 4  leftover boat Hull Buy or sell. All  welcome. Donation to Power Squadron  pays for space. Enquiries: Ron, 883-  MONDAY, MAY IS  Cenedlan Center Society, s C Unit  montily meeling, I pm, SCRD olfices.  Royd Terraces, Sechelt Public welcome.  tarty Childhood Educetlon SC  meeting, 7 pm, Esprit Daycare behind  Elphinstone Secondary Into: 666-7739.  TUESDAY. MAY 17  S.C.   Business   A   Profssslonsl  11, IS A 25. (Pender Hsrbour Hull  IMQ May 12426.  Tuberculin SHn Tesdng A Treves era'  CSnlo (Qjbtons Heelti IM) Mey 9,16 A  30 wMi Travelers' CWc only on May 12,  19 A 26. (SecheH HssHh UnH) Msy 4,16  �� 30 with Travelers' Onto only on May  II. 16*25.  EiNSMon by Oto PH, Caribou Somso,  ot paMtoge end ceramics, Ihrough Msy  26, Hunter Ordtory, Gtwone  Lsngdsto Elementary School PsrsMs  Group 1994 rellle ��� sll procsede lo  Lsngdsle School Library, let prise: '94  Herley Davidson 6630 Sportster. 2nd  prise: '��4 Husqvarna LRI2 Ndbie Mower.  3rd prize: '94 Nome Seoquelch Mountain  Bike Tickets 120 eech. 3 draws. Only  1,111 tickets printed. Available et Trill  Bey Sports, Tktol wive Diving, Sechelt;  Powertnuee Motorcycles, IWhon Creek;  Bemedette'e Gentry. KesVs Chsinesw,  Sunnycresl Mtory kiosk, Olbeone Drew  June 15, 7pm, Langdale School.       22  Prenotcl Clsssee: Gibsons HoeMi UnH  Early Clese June 21; ids Cteoe Settee -     -.....   **-110 4 17 wMisBissedscdng tolow-    Qbsstord Rd, Gtwone.  Recovery, His. otters e ssn4wto metwd  to overcome the negative feelings that  corns Irom leer, sngsr, depression snd  undent mslety. 74 pm. the Wstneee  Centie, Gfeeons Into: 686-6028.       22  TUESDAYS  "Living With Censer" Support Group  meets every other Tueedey, Klrklend  Centre, Dsvis Bey, I pm. kilo 665-5641  or 6864869.  WEDNESDAYS  Pestpsrtum Dsprssslen Support  Group-GtwonsHeeMi Una, 1-2:30 pm  Miy It  up Ml  IC't Wslght Less Support Group  meets afternoons 10:30-12:30pm, cut  688-2692, snd evenings 6:30-8:00pm,  cell 666-7188, sl the United Church,  up Mey 31. Nest Poetottsl Ctiee, Mey  24. Al ebove Prenetel OlttSSS sro Irom 7  to 9 pm. Ptoses register oeriy ss dteeee  S"~   i quickly To miner (T*" "*  ), (SoohoR) 6654164.  MUD quickly Torapjstor (Gtwone) 866-  Elphlnetone Pioneer Mueeum,  Winn Rd., -   - --  nv rivnwwi <������*..<��, 716  seroee Irom Poet Ollice,  Olbeone. Displays sre conelently  chinglng. Wheelchilr ecceeslble. For  houn ol opening or to book ��� lour 666-  6232.  Peront-Tot Or op to: tor persnle wth cM-  drenupk>5 9:30-11:30 im Hlw k*>w-  Ing toostone: Gtwone UnHsd Church Hal  (Mon., Tues., Wed, Fri.); Sechelt St.  Hade's Church He! (Tues); Wleon Creek  Community Hell (Thurs.). Inlo:  Communily Services, 665-5881  SoiuoHy Trenemltsed Dleeeee Clnle:    Rood.  Birth Control Clinic, Coist-Qtrlbildl  Heilth UnH, 494 S. Fletcher, 7-9 pm.  Conbdenkil service - everyone welcome.  No eppolntment needed kilo: 886*7770.  Nevy Leegue Codete tor boys end glrle  10-13 yeer* ol ege. Cadets develop sol-  respect end discipline while hiving hm  teeming neutral skis.. 6:30 pm, Gfcsons  LoJonHsl, Sept.-Miy. Ccntnuoue re  traton,' ' **-"**"  , untormi provided. Cst MtkelttT  8288. 22  FRIDAYS  ���reed ScMiem CHnle: First Friday d  each monti, 7:304 pm, (Mesone Hcotti  IM  United Church Thrift Shoe, i-s pm,  church bssemenl, line oil Truemen community  Coast News, May 9,1994  19  V >  1  KwM  IwBM  P  ��j*ll,^  PGB^^^JP  ������'^'^���Kfc  Gather 'round the May Pole  Maypole dancers gathered once again at Flume Beach Park in  Roberts Creek to herald the coming of.. .May.    Christine Bodt photo  air bubbles  Vrooom: You can buy 'a ticket  to ride' for Langdale elementary  school's big fundraising event  this year, a raffle of three different adult 'ride-'em' toys valued  at $13,000 ��� a Harley Davidson 883D Sportster; a 1994  Husqvarna L12 Ride on Lawn  Mower; and a Norco Sasquatch  Mountain Bike. There are only  1,111 tickets to be sold, so $20 a  ticket buys a pretty good chance  at a prize.  The prizes will be on display  alternately at Trail Bay Mall in  Sechelt and Sunnycrest Mall in  Gibsons on Saturdays, starting  with the one that just went by.  The draw will take place at  Langdale School on June IS.  Need more information? Call  Langdale School at 886-9971 or  fiarry Janyk at 886-4711. ���<> ������>'  U  Ten-hut, cadet!: Kenneth  Oourley, officer-in-charge of  the Vemon Army Cadet Camp's  first-ever reunion, scheduled for  July 22-24 in (where else?) Vernon, has ordered all former  cadets to attend. Well, actually,  he's requested permission to  board this column and ask former cadets to turn out for the  affair.  Oldtimers will be coming  from all over the world to meet  each other and to visit with this  year's intake of 1,400 boys and  girls, Gourley says.  If everyone turns up for the  planned merriment, they'll  make quite a crowd.  Gourley says that since 1949,  "more than 135,000 young  Canadians aged 13-17 have  elected to spend some summers  at the Vernon Army Cadet  Camp in (where else?) Vernon."  Follow orders and volunteer  for merriment duty by calling  the Reunion Hotline number at  (604) 268-9977 or wrile to Kenneth Gourley at Box 88560,  101-13753 72nd Avenue, Surrey, BC, V3W 0X1. Tell'im the  Coast News sent you.  ���  The book that cooks: Salmon  'Chanted Evening, you may  want to use The Greal Canadian  Literary Cookbook, published  by the Festival of the Written  Arts. (Salmon 'Chanted  Evening is not our fault, by the  way, it's the name of a recipi  from Jean Pari, one of the literary lights who contributed to the  book.)  The book, which sells for  $15, is a potpourri of literary  and culinary delights from the  likes of W. P. Kinsella, Umber-  to Menghi, Ben Wicks, Patrick  Lane, Robin Skelton and Sandra  Birdsell, to name but a few. We  expect the book to be everywhere on the Sunshine Coast,  but if you're "from away" and  would like a copy, write to  Betty Keller, Festival of the  Written Arts, Box 2299,  Sechelt, BC, VON 3A0. Don't  forget to include that all-important cheque.  The proceeds go to the Festival.  (We were in this from the  beginning in a second-hand sort  of way; Keller and Glassford  Press graphic designer Roger  Handling had big-time huddles  over the book al the Coast News  office where Handling hangs  out with his usually trusty computer named Degas.)  Give your ad more Ka-boom  Want to see a spectacular performance?  Then get a Network Classified Ad  and watch your sales take off.  How does it work?  Network Classified ads appear in the over  100 member newspapers of the  B.C. & Yukon Community Newspapers Association.  That means your ad will have a  circulation of over 1.7 million households.  If you want more bang for  your money, call this paper at:  886-2622 885-3930  or call the BCYCNA at: (604)669-9222.  If you're  not wearing a seat belt,  what's stopping you?  IIo.mI  :  Sense  SUNSHINE    COAST    REGIONAL    DISTRICT  ROYAL HRRACES BUIIDING    5477 WHARF RD     SKHf.IT    B.C.  ���  BOX 81 0, VON 3A0  MONDAY, MAY 9,1994  UPCOMING MEETINGS  Building Committee  Thursday, May 12th at 2:30 p.m.  Regular Board  Thursday, May 12th at 7:30 p.m.  Outdoor Recreation Advisory Committee  Tuesday, May 17th at 7:00 p.m.  Developmeni Services Committee  Thursday, May 19th at 2:00 p.m.  Planning Committee  Thursday, May 19th to follow Development Services  Arte Liaison and Support Committee  Friday, May 20th at 2:00 p.m.  SUMMER JOB OPPORTUNITY  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  RECREATION COMMISSION  SUMMER OUTDOOR LEADERS I & II  The Sunshine Coast Recreation commission is looking for  energetic and responsible individuals to assist in the  implementation of coast-wide summer recreation programs for  children and youth. As an Outdoor Leader you must be willing  to travel throughout the Sunshine Coast, have experience and  enjoy working with children. The successful applicants for  these positions will be creative, work well in team situations  and be well groomed.  QUALIFICATIONS:  -excellent communication skills (written and oral)  -must have a valid driver's licence  -participation experience in sport/recreation or other programs  -responsible and demonstrate ability to work with little supervision  ���current Standard First Aid (desirable)  -other qualifications that will be considered an asset  -babysitting certification  -water safety training  -creative talents/interests (arts, theatre, sport, etc.)  ���have an interest in recreational/leisure studies  DATES OF EMPLOYMENT: June 30 to Sept. 2,1994  WAGE RATE: $6.00 to $7.00 per hour  POSITIONS AVAILABLE: 10 to 12 *  TO APPLY: Submit a ONE PAGE resume outlining your  qualifications as they relate to this position, and send to:  Mr. Al Silver  1    Personnel manager  Sumhine Coait Regional DMritt- m.*-4  Box 800  SecheH, B.C.VON3A0  DEADUNE FOR APPLICATIONS: May 12,1994  ���NOTE: to qualify for the Challenge S.E.E.D. grant, "students  must be registered full time at an elementary, secondary, post  secondary, or vocational school during the proceeding  academic year and whose intent is to return to school full time  the following academic year."   ;.,  NOTE: The successful applicants must be able to attend a  Leaders' training retreat June 3 - 5,1994.  foi .i>   )e\j   ���   mA_'-iaat'      I  COMMUNITY ACCOUNT^  This is a new program being developed by the communities on  the Sunshine Coast - it is aimed at resolving some criminal  complaints, unacceptable social behaviour in a positive and  constructive manner; provide an alternate to the criminal  justice process for offenders with the potential and willingness  to rehabilitate; create more awareness and understanding of  the effects/impacts of criminal activity on the victim, family and  community,  This is a part time position.  Qualifications:  - some post-secondary education  - some understanding of the Criminal Justice System  - training in dealing with offenders and victims  - training/experience dealing with conflict resolution  - good communication skills  - good interpersonal skills  - good organizational ability  - interest/understanding in multiculturalism  - confidentiality  Applications will be accepted until May 16, 1994. Please  submit resume to Peggy Connor, Sunshine Coast Regional  District, P.O. Box 800, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0. For further  information call 885-2261.  OPEN HOUSE  SECRET COVE TO WILSON CREEK STAGE 2  WASTEWATER MANAGEMENT PUN  The Sunshine Coast Regional District, in cooperation with the  District of Sechelt and the Sechelt Indian Government District  is preparing the Secret Cove to Wilton Creek Waste Water  Management Plan ��� Stage 2.  This Stage 2 Plan will update and address in greater detail the  overall future directions for a disposal of wastewater outlined  in the Stage 1 Plan to provide for a population growth over a  20 year time frame. The Stage 1 plan recommended  - smaller treatment plants discharging into Welcome  Passage, Sargeants' Bay/Eureka Point, Trail Bay and  Mission Point;  - The development of land disposal as an alternative to  continued discharging into Trail Bay; and  - guidelines for septic systems (on-site sewage disposal)  in areas not to be serviced by community sewer  systems.  The Stage 2 Plan will address issues related to the above,  including:  - trunk sewers and sewage treatment facilities, along with  projected costs and financing options for potential  specified areas;  - sludge management;  - land and ocean effluent disposal options; and  - guidelines for on-site sewage disposal and marine  pump out holding tanks.  Your attendance and participation at the following Open  Houses would be appreciated!  MONDAY  MAY 16,1994    HALFMOON BAY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL  8086 Northwood Road  4 to 6 pm and 7 to 9 pm  TUESDAY  MAY 17,1994    SECHELT LEGION HALL  5591 Wharf Road  4 to 6 pm and 7 to 9 pm  KATHERINE LAKE REGIONAL PARI  Katherine Lake is now open for the season. For. R.V. and  Tenting Reservations call 883-9557 (Marcus Delaney -  Caretaker).  EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY  The Sunshine Coast Regional District Works Department is  accepting applications for the position of WATERWORKS  TECHNICIAN.  The Waterworks Technician will perform a variety of duties  relating to, the supply, treatment-and maintenance of potable  water and the effective treatment and maintenance of the  sanitary sewer systems.  Qualifications for the position include certification in the B.C.  Water and Wastewater certification program with a minimum  of:  - Class III Water Distribution System  - Class I Water Treatment  - Class I Wastewater Treatment  The position also requires a minimum of five years experience  in the operation and maintenance of water distribution system.  The successful applicant will work on a Wednesday to Sunday  shift and respond to after hour emergency call outs.  Applications, including a resume of qualifications, will be  accepted until the close of business on Friday, June 24,1994.  Please address correspondence to:  S.K. Lehmann  Superintendent of Public Works  Sunshine Coast Regional District  P.O. Box 800  Sechelt, B.C  VON 3A0  LOGO DESIGN SEARCH  w  SUNSHINE COAST RECREATION COMMISSION  The newly formed Sunshine Coast Recreation Commission is  searching for a design that can be used as a logo to identify  the commission and represent its programs and activities.  Honorarium for winning logo is: $100.00.  Deadline for entries is May 18,1994.  For more information, contact the Sunshine Coast Regional  District at 885-2261  THINK COMPOST  DID YOU KNOW... organic material makes up over 30% of the waste going to landfill.  The help reduce this, the Regional District is making the "Earth Machine Composter" available for your yard at our cost of $40.87  (includes taxes). Features of ihis Cadillac of composters include: ��� a "how to" book ��� 10.5 cu. ft. capacity ��� rodent and raccoon  proof ��� 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.  r  i  i  i  i  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 in exchange for your composter at any one of our distribution sites.*'  Name..  I Mailing Address   | Postal Code   Pbone #   ��� Save a BACKYARD COMPOSTER and BOOK for me! $35.85 + $5.02 tax  ��� I want and extra "how to compost" BOOK $ 1.50 + $0.21 tax  I I want the EDUCATIONAL VIDEO too! $ 3.00 + $0.42 tax  ���  I want the WING DIGGER too! $ 7.50 (tax included) .  I I want the KITCHEN PAIL tool $ 1.50 + $0.21 tax ���  I   "COMPOSTER* AND ACCESSORIES WIU IE DISTRIBUTED IN GIISONS, SICHIIT AND PENDEIt HARBOUR. WATCH THI SOD BULLETIN BOARD   |  I AD KM DETAILS ON DISTRIBUTION DAYS AND TIMES, (cal Cathy Kenny al BB5-22*1 lor more inlomullon) .  1  HOURS ��� MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY 8:00AM TO 5:00PM, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 6:00PM  __________\  ^ 20  Coast News, May 9,1994  ephemera  Rolling along  Heading for some roller hockey with friends, Ross Petersen rolls  up Gower Point Road. Joel Johnstone  remember when  5 YEARS AGO  The clearing of a small lot at the mouth of Roberts Creek was  swiftly accomplished last Thursday as man and machine laid waste a  piece of land that locals felt should have been made part of the SCRD  park. Said Bob Michor, a representative of the property owner: "The  SCRD would probably have got a deal two years ago bul they never  made a serious offer. Now it's the only building lot in Roberts  Creek."  In spite of attempts to trim its budget to the bone, Sechelt council  brought in a 1989 budget last week that will see residential tax rates  go up 50 per cent. This increase will change Sechelt's ranking as the  lowest residential tax rate in the province to the fifth lowest.  10 YEARS AGO  Tony Duffy not only won the 119-pound Junior Golden Gloves  title last weekend but was also named 1984 Golden Boy and selected  to represent BC at the Canadian championships in Vancouver. Duffy,  who recently captured the Kelso Evergreen 119-pound title in a tournament against competitors from Washington, Oregon and California, attributes his recent success to the tedious training program he's  been following.  In considering a recommendation by the Parks Committee that an  application by Tom and Linda May of Cockburn Bay Sea Farms to  operate a fish hatchery on Chapman Creek be approved, regional  board chairman Jim Gurney recently reminded directors that they  could not adopt a motion which contravenes the board's own bylaws  or goes against its own land use regulations.  15YEARSAGO  There was no space for wall flowers at Pender Harbour Secondary  School's Grease Day Dance because everyone was jiving and whatever else they did in the '50s.  Scores of youngsters, their parents and other area residents turned  out to participate in a highly successful Fun Fair at Roberts Creek  elementary school.  25 YEARS AGO  The Roberts Creek committee working towards the organization  of a fire department has purchased an unused fire truck from Sechelt  for the price of $1.  35 YEARS AGO  The pace of events leading towards Sechelt's May Day parade is  increasing now that the May Day queen has been selected. She is  Leila McDonald and her attendants will be Heather Lang and Avril  Crucil.  It was announced at the Sechelt Board of Trade regular meeting  that James Parker was named a director of the BC Chamber of Commerce.  45 YEARS AGO  Mackenzie Liberals named Ban Mclntyre as coalition government  candidate for the June provincial election.  ���Compiled by Bev Shipley  <t\*aSta.lAjtl  50% off  new urleans Praises  10 days* October 13  from $2030* CAD  7 days* November 6  from $1630* CAD  May 31  All special pneing include 50% discount, airfare from/to VancoMj, all transfers  airport to pier, pier to airport, all on board meals and shipboard entertainment.  885-8S64   ��� 1-800-661-2780  ��� Prices are based on per person, double occupancy  Port charges additional Certain restrictions apply  CLEAR THE AIR  �� Reduce air pollution  ^_     from residential wood smoke  ���M5S     and auto emissions with tips  ���\,  '$ from your Lung Association.  f  B.C. I.unit Association Kin ��i��v.  W!  iiF Now playing at  Daniel's  THATM/V<E  COrYTGACTOft  % S/A/G.C  V  Large new inventory just arrived!  o  Extra Special Buy  Candide Roll Ends Q 99  Up tO 20' ^���sqyd  must take complete roll end^ ��  Candide over 20'lw9  STOCK only sale  sq.yd.  Cushion Vinyl �����!&  Hard wearing  m M  Loop Carpet   3��**  INSTOCK  ���SPECIAL BUY*  European, sraded at #5  in strensth  12.5X12.5  ceramic tile $2.99ea  WHIU STOCK LASTS       '%%����  Mannington  Sale  Continues  until May14,1994  CONTRACTORS SPECIALS in stock  Heavy Nylon  Heavy Friezes & Saxonies start at 12^S yd.  Nylon saxony special 7oW sq. yd.  2 rolls while they last  ^ngJTvawoIsel  Free seminar sponsored by Bruce*  We will show you how  to save money. \i  BlUC6 hardwood floors ~  N!  ti  ktiMHIUl I(i.irt,JK.f.liif- Cw|i  llie timeless beauty of Bruce  hardwood floors, a stunning addition  to any room. Available In hundreds of  styles and colors of strip, plank,  parquet and custom crafted wood tile,  each creating a fashion statement all  its own.  Plus today's Bruce floors are  virtually care free, just right for the  family on the go  far**  *<  A*��  &��*$��*#  tffr  ^KasIL  i Sn4 \nvttiun  bs\hur/:-  'Iliphtt-sttUltl*  Hours:  9 am - 5 pm  Mon.-Sat.  {jbaH4elri\  iNi&irr  in-home shopping  709 Highway 101 Gibsons  (CONNEC7JQNI  INTERIOR DECORATING  886-7112  Come shop at Daniel's & you'll be singing also  You won't find a Better Deal Anywhere!  mM    .

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