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 I LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings  Vfclori..B.C.V8VlX4  COAST  NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  July 13,1992 Volume 46 Issue 28  Mill ch.arged for three environment violations  by Stuart Burnside  BC's environment ministry laid  three charges of polluting the environment against Howe Sound Pulp and  Paper last week while the federal  department of fisheries added two more  charges for ihe same offences. The  charges were a year in coming and  ironically stemmed from HSPP's $100  million effort to limit the pollution it  produces.  "Two of the problems occurred in  June of 1991 when we were first trying  out the system, and one (occurred) in  Year-old infractions stem from HSPP expansion  August," said Ron Wilson, HSPP's  technical engineer.  Wilson said the June charges were  for two cooling lowers thai overflowed  and spilled effluent foam into a storm  drain which emptied into the Rainy  River. In August of 1991 the mill  failed a quarterly toxicity test done by  the Ministry of Environment.  "We didn't really know what we  were dealing with (al that time)." Wilson said. "It was a new system and we  didn't know what to expect."  HSPP president Bill Hughes said the  mill informed the ministry as soon as  the spills occurred last year. "We identified the problem and we wrote letters  covering the incidents to th- depart  ment of fisheries and ihe waste management branch," he said.  Under the waste management act (he  mill could be fined up to a $1 million  per offence, but a spokesman for the  ministry said that's unlikely.  Spokesman Fred Barnes said the  highest fine his ministry has issued  under the waste management act was  $250,000, but added the efforts HSPP  had taken to improve the mill would  probably weigh in their favour.  "I don't know how the judge will  view it (in deciding an appropriate  penally)," Bames said, "but there is a  lol he will consider."  He said some of those considerations will include the amount of damage done, previous convictions (HSPP  has had several), what HSPP has done  to correct ihe situation and how preventable the occurrences were to begin  with.  Plan for 'ecology  network' revealed  at Caren gathering  by Jane Seyd  For most people in attendance, the purpose of the meeting wasn't obvious, but that  didn't stop some heated debate  and questioning taking place  between industry officials, environmentalists and Forest Service staff as public input was  sought on several proposals for  managing the Caren Range presented at the Driftwood Inn,  Tuesday evening.  Chief among the    "proposals" on view  for the public was a  Ministry of Forests  plan for a Forest  Ecological aNe-jjawk  (FENf b'f'555 hectares in the Caren  Range extending  north from the Lyon  Lake recreational  reserve. Of the proposed FEN, 250  hectares are old  growth forest while the remainder includes both second-  growth forest and areas which  have already been logged but  not replanted. The reasoning,  said Russ Hughes, acting district forests manager, was that  the FEN should include various  stages of forest development  rather than including only old-  growth forest. "We didn't look  at it and say we're going to run  a boundary around the old  growth," said Hughes.  Barry Miller of the Sechelt  forestry office said the network  boundaries were planned with  ���Unlike tbe  Tetrahedron,  there is mo  official logging  moratorium in  tbe Caren  Range'  consultation between the Ministry of Forests, Ministry of  Environment, and Department  of Oceans and Fisheries, but  that neither forest companies or  environmental groups had been  involved in drawing up the  FEN.  The inventory used by the  ministry for the initial plan,  however, was supplied by Terminal Forest Products (which  holds mosi of the cutting licenses for the Caren),  because the company's information  from February 1991  is "a more recent  inventory than the  most recent Forest  Service inventory  done in the mid  80s," said Miller.  Miller said a  meeiing held last  _^__ fall with the forest  companies, Friends  of Caren, and the Pender Harbour and area wildlife society  had provided initial identification of issues. Field trips to the  Caren and a hydrologist's report  also provided information.  Unlike the Tetrahedron, there  is no official logging moratorium in the Caren Range. But  informally, within the proposed  FEN area, said Miller, "harvesting is not being supported."  Not everybody was happy  with the size and shape of the  proposed ecological network  area.  turn to page 2  A leap from the Davis Bay pier provides quick access to the ocean for anyone in a hurry to cool off.  Joel Johnsione photo  Late sailing pros and cons weighed  by Charles Hart  How to improve the quality  of life on the Coast for residents  without encouraging even more  people to move here. Gibsons  council found itself pronged on  the eternal dilemma once more  Tuesday in discussing late night  ferry service.  Coast residents appear to like  the idea of a lale sailing from  Vancouver, judging from a  4,000-name petition presented  to the legislature last month.  Sechelt council has lent its sup  port to the cause and recently  wrote Gibsons asking to the  town to join the lobby.  Sechelt's letter argues the  addition of a late sailing would  be an economic boon to Ihe  Coasl, as well as a benefit to  residents who want to attend  evening events in Vancouver  without having to stay overnight.  Councillor Ted Hume went  to bat for the cause, noting BC  Ferries used to run a 12:30 am  sailing lhat was well used. "It  think we should support this,"  Hume said. The rest of council,  however, was wary of supporting an initiative that might open  the population floodgates further.  They said they would rather  call a meeting with the ferry  corporation to discuss service  alternatives.  "A lale sailing may create as  many problems as it intends to  solve," said Mayor Eric Small,  suggesting il wasn't wise for the  Coasl io go inviting more ferry  service until il is better able lo  handle population growth. "Is  this our greatest wish at this  time?"  Councillor John McNevin  said he liked the idea of a late  sailing, but would prefer a meeting with BC Ferries at this  point. "More ferries mean more  people," he said, "and more  people mean more problems."  Council also touched on the  idea of holding a public meeiing  about the issue, bul no dates  were mentioned.  George Gibson's relatives  still coming to town  The great-great-grand niece  of Gibsons founder George Gibson trod in the footsteps of her  long dead ancestor last week,  during a first time visit to Canada from her home in Nottingham, England.  Joyce Green, whose great-  grandmother Iris Gibson was  George Gibson's niece, marvelled at the Elphinstone Museum before strolling with her husband Roger down the seawalk to  the place were her great-great  grand uncle allegedly stepped  ashore.  "This is a beautiful area," she  said, "I understand why he came  here."  j Mrs. Green said Gibson, originally an English emigrant, had  sailed from across from  Nanaimo to settle the area that  now honours his name.  "He must have been quite an  adventurous sort," Green said,  "to first leave his home, then  settle thousands of miles away  in an area where there were no  (other Europeans.)"  The Greens said Gibson  came from a farming background and speculated it was  the desire for land that brought  him to the Sunshine Coast.  "His family (in England) are  still garden market farmers,"  Mrs. Green said. "They always  have been."  Tbe Greens paid their  respects to George Gibson's  grave at the pioneer cemetery,  before heading off for a more  lengthy sightseeing tour of the  area. They flew back to England on Friday.  George Gibson's great, great grand niece Joyce Green and her  husband Roger (top left) visited Gibsons last week. As part of her  tour of the Town, Mrs. Green visited tbe graves of her ancestors  in the pioneer cemetery (above). swan BumsiUc photos  Recycling study  approved by SCRD  The regional dislricl has  given the go-ahead for a  $17,500 study lo be conducted  by the SCRAPs recycling group  on Ihe viability of commercial  cardboard recycling on the Sunshine Coast.  Regional directors voted in  favour of the study Thursday  nighl, with ihe stipulation lhal il  lie in wilh a waste management  plan for the district.  The study will begin immediately, with surveys of merchants and technical research to  be conducted by a team of three  or four people during July and  August. Results of the study  will be presented to the regional  district by the end of September.  The main focus of the study  is recycling of commercial cardboard on the Coast. Initial  investigations have found that  approximately 750 tons of cardboard is currently being land-  filled each year at the Sechelt  dump which could be recycled.  To a lesser degree, consumer  recycling of materials such as  glass, newspapers and tin cans  will also be considered by the  study.  Albert Eger, president of the  SCRAPS recycling group, said  he was very pleased by the posi  tive response from the board.  "Recycling, reducing and reusing are do-able." he said.  "We're very enthused we have  support from Ihe top."  The budgei approved by the  SCRD will pay stipends to  researchers and technical advisors, olfice expenses and some  "internal" expenses of SCRAPS  and the Pender Harbour recycling group. GRIPS.  Among other work, Ihe  research team conducting the  study will look into collection  routes for picking up the cardboard, research markets and the  cost of equipment.  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"I think coastal native bands  will gel limn' and mine rrspon  sibilily," Craigan said, bul Ihe  change doesn't have lo create  conflict between native and  commercial fishers.  "I'm a commercial fisher  man, caught between Ihe Iwo  categoiies," he said. "What's  important in my mind is lhal  someone, pteletably the band.  control fishing ill ihis area. If  they do il properly, I don't see a  thi eat to commercial fishermen"  However, Pender Harbour  lish buyer and long time salmon  fisher Dave Malcolm fears an  expanded and poorly controlled  native fishery in direct competi  tion wilh Ihe commercial fishers. "TTiere are about 40 bands  along the Fraser," he said, and  now lhat Ihe Musqueam, I saw  wassen and Sin In people have  the right lo sell fish, Ihe rest will  want their share. "It would look  lo   tne   like   we  could more or less   *���"���"���"""���  kiss  the   Fraser  goodbye."  Fisheries Min  ister John Crosbie       . ,  announced    Ihe ��*' more *** mor*  7 think coastal  native bands will  agreement June  2l), when mosi of  the local salmon  Heel had already       headed north for  the Skeena River runs.  As a pilot project for 1992,  the lower I'rasei native groups  can harvest 393.000 sockeye  and smaller numbers ol chinook,  chum, and coho under a com  iiiiiii.il licence.  Thai allocation includes food  and ceremonial fish as well as  commercial sales. Trained  native guardians will monitor  the fishery.  In the past, ihe illegal sale of  food fish has continued despite  DFO enforcement efforts, and  Malcolm believes the Fraser  bands will ignore the limits of  the new agreement and lake fish  beyond their allotment.  "The goveir-  "~���������*~ ment will be  happy because  they'll get some  numbers down on  paper," he said.  "They're trying to  settle land claims  with fish. It's the  cheap way out."          However,  Craigan said the  natives will be able to police  their own fishery better than the  DFO could, and a legal market  will work to end Ihe waste of  fish, often dumped when illegal  fishers can't find a buyer.  There may be smaller allocations for the commercial fishers  under Ihe new rules, he said, but  "they've got to recognize lhal a  huge percentage of fish rightfully belongs to native fishermen."  responsibility'  (,'nltin (niifiitii  Craigan said he thinks the  Sechelt Band should start exercising more control over their  own aboriginal fishing area. "I  know commercial fishermen  who poach," he said. "The band  musl flex Iheir muscle in terms  of jurisdiction over resources."  Legalizing fish sales is just  pari of the seven-year, $140 million dollar program, which aims  to increase the native role in all  aspects of Canadian fisheries,  starling wilh the B.C. salmon.  To ease the impact on the  commercial salmon fishery, the  government will buy up to $7  million worth of fishing licences  on the open market this year.  Sechelt Band and DFO rep  resentalivcs both shied away  from discussing Ihe politically  volatile agreements.  Lyle Freeman of Ihe  Nanaimo Fisheries office said  Ottawa is driving Ihe negotiations and local officials don't  know whal's happening. And at  Ihe Sechelt Band office, councillor Ben Pierre refused lo comment on any fish mailers.  *^***.  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Anything more cut is  going 10 destabilize an area already  prone lo flooding."  Barry Janyck questioned why the ���~~"'  UN area followed straight lines on the map, rather  than following contours of land, while Paul Tin-  gley of the Integrated Use Coalition questioned  including second growth forest in the reserve area.  Following public comment, the FEN proposal  will now go back for modification and will be presented once more lo the public in its final form,  said Hughes. No deadline has been set, but the  plan is expected to be ready in the fall.  Also on display at ihe meeiing were recently  revised cutting plans for blocks in ihe Caren Range  by both Terminal Forest Products and Inlerfor.  Terminal, which has a total of 128.8 hectares  scheduled for cutting in the Caren has several cut-  blocks in the area. These include one on the east  slope of the Caren at the head of the North Caren  'Rather than  participating in  tbe planning  process we're  reacting'  -Mavis Jones  and South Jaimie watersheds, two blocks on the  west slope beyond Lyon Lake and two blocks at  the tops of the Kleindale and Meyers creek watersheds which drain into Pender Harbour. It also  includes two blocks above Sakinaw Creek.  ������������ Interfor has two eutblocks on the  eastern slope of the Caren for a total  of 28 hectares.  Paul Jones, of Friends of Caren,  said the cutting plans were cause for  concern, especially those on the west  slope of the Caren which could affect  drainage and flooding of both the  salmon hatchery and water intakes  downstream.  ~~~���~~~ Jones was also unimpressed with  the vague style of ihe meeting, which he said he  was only informed of the day before it happened.  "We don't like it at all," he said. "We were  asked al the last minute lo be here. Apparently the  forest industry and the ministry got together some  time ago and decided this was the approach they  would take."  Said Mavis Jones, "Rather than participating in  the planning process we're reacting."  Miller said the ministry had decided not to  form an LRUP for the Caren because "after consultation with various interest groups we felt it  could be dealt with here in an expedient manner."  Describing the meeting as "spirited yet cordial",  Miller said "the turnout was much more than  expected."  op quality  (computer output.  Now available on the Coast.  You can get the very best in output from your  desktop computer iv using our new Linotronic 200  Imagesetter and Howtek Scanmaster II ta-hnology.  The Linotronic 200 will provide amazing  typesetting qualitv output of text or illustration  from your Macintosh or IBM/PC This will  make all your final work look the verv best it  possibly can.  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As "Michelle" (not her real  name), a woman on the Sunshine  Coast discovered when she left  her husband five years ago,  walking out is only the beginning. Once she was on her own  wilh two children, Michelle  found there wasn't a lot of support - either legally, socially or  financially - out there. And she  says lhal has io change.  Michelle's final altempi to  save her marriage came after  years of counselling and  attempts to somehow "fix" the  relationship. She had just left the  city and had moved to a rural  area with her husband, in the  hopes thai a different lifestyle  might help their situation.  Unfortunately, very soon "the  same old patterns were coming  back again," she says. "Only we  were in a very remote area with  very few people around."  When her daughter was one  and a half years old, her husband  beat the child to the point where  "she had bruises all over her  legs," says Michelle. That's  when she made a final decision.  It had got to the point, she  says, where her three-year-old  son was already asking questions: "'Mommy, why do you  cry all the time? Why doesn't  my dad like you? I want to put  my boots on and kick him and  tell him to get out of here.'"  "it was those kinds of comments and seeing what it was  doing lo the children that made  me realize if I was going to survive this I had to get out,"  Michelle says. "I walked out  with less than half of what was  there, no money and iwo kids."  Michelle came lo slay wilh  family on Ihe Sunshine Coast.  She went to the women's transition house, to the police, lo  social workers, to counsellors.  She tried to get charges of  assault laid against her husband,  bul was told il was unlikely they  would hold up in  court because some ~"*"""  of it was dated. "I  fell really let down  that the police  didn't support me in  that," she says. But  she did get help  from a criminal  injury    program,  which   paid   for       counselling.  Then the lengthy legal battles  began: over restraining orders  and supervised access for the  children. In the eyes of the court,  many of these issues weren't  directly connected to the violent  situation she had left. But to  Michelle, Ihe system which  upholds the rights of the accused  in criminal cases of wife assault  also makes it difficult for women  to live without fear or poverty  through the court decisions in  the aftermath of leaving.  In Michelle's case, her husband   was   placed   under  a  'If I have to I  will leave tbe  country. I will  split town'  -Michelle  restraining order not to contact  her directly or indirectly. He  repeatedly broke it by harassing  her family members. Eventually  she called the police. The end  result was an appearance in court  and an absolute discharge for her  husband who received "a big  talking lo aboul obeying court  orders" from the  judge, says  Michelle.  Because of her  fears of continued  violence, her husband received  supervised access  to their children.  Bul that, as court      affidavits      can  attest, didn't stop  him from leaving the supervision. Or from turning up at  school unannounced and asking  to take the children for the afternoon.  "You can fight and fight for  all these court orders, and he just  ignores them," she says. "The  courts don't take these actions  seriously."  Financially, Michelle has  struggled to go back to school,  and often works two jobs to  support her children, while her  ex-husband has routinely  ignored court-orders for child  support payments.  "These men do this kind of  stuff all Ihe lime, and they're  allowed to get away with it," she  says. "One time I stood up and  screamed in the courtroom."  And while she is still wary of  her ex-husband, she says she's  never tried to prevent him from  seeing their children. "I jusl  want ihem to have a healthy  relationship," she says.  But years of legal fights with  her ex-husband haven't been  easy. "The police say he stays  right on the fringe all Ihe time so  lhat they can't do anything about  it. Constantly harassing me...I  feel like I have lo go around  looking over my shoulder all the  time.If I have lo I will leave the  country. I will split town. I will  change my name. I know why  women do that," she says.  "Women are forced to do that  because the court system fails  us.  "Really, did I leave an abusive situation? To me the abuse  hasn't stopped," she says.  "It's really good the public is  becoming more aware of abuse  and violence in the home ... but I  really feel lhat our court system  has to change. Because there's  too many women like myself  going through this."  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He demanded to know how the two 'papers' ohlained  details ahout an earlier closed-io-the-puhlic (in-canieia)  meeting called so councillors could fathom whether Anne  of Green Cables rehearsals should he allowed at the  Rockwood Pavilion festival Of Ihe Written Arts (FWA)  organiser Betty Keller, it seems, had neglected to seek  prerequisite council permission before Ihe rehearsals  began and some councillors were milled  Shanks implied Mayor Nancy Macl.aii) hieached  council etiquette and "leaked" ihe information lhal or  Ihe media peeked thiough the keyhole at thai intensely  secret meeting  Neither is the case  Hut if one had peeped in on ihe meeiing. one would  probably have been heated to an entertaining, if not riveting, spectacle Imagine crouching unobserved outside the  council chamber door as ihe cloistered dignitaries debate  such a weighty issue as Pavilion use policy. A faint yet  familiar rumble can be heard from within ... unidentified  until one's eyelash brushes the keyhole.  Then comes ihe shock.  Wilh Ihe vantage only a keyhole can provide you  realise the chamber has been transformed into a small,  bizarre hockey arena in which Pavilion use policy is the  ice surface and Ihe councillors rough-and-tumble players.  They're not your average team-players, however, working together to win the game. They are seven well-  padded and acrobatically inclined goalies, each obsessed  with protecting his/her own point of view.  Wait! Another player comes skating with abandon  across the paper-thin ice of Pavilion use policy, a player  of incomparable skill and determination Yes...it's Betty  Keller. With Guy Laficur grace, hair blow ing in Ihe wind,  the FWA organiser is deftly picking her shots and scoring  at will... she hardly seems challenged.  A couple of Ihe duly-elected goalies empty Ihe net  before she shoots, then applaud her stickhandling  prowess. Two others grimly defend their nets, then  scream "Policy! Policy!" when her slapshots go whistling  between their legs. Bul Ihe game goes on  Another couple of goaltenders don't seem to know  they've been scored on while the remaining net jockey  willingly takes the puck full in the mouth and swallows it  rather than letting it violate his lofty principles.  There are two points we wish to make  The first is to identify Betty Keller, despite her grace  and determination, as one who isn't playing by council  rules. She should be wearing a goalie mask and defending her point of view instead of scoring Pavilion policy-  points willy-nilly. Council, however, can't unite long  enough to put her in the penalty box over the violations  she's accused of. or permanently change the rules to  accommodate her. The second point revolves around "in-  camera meetings." Why are play rehearsals at the Rockwood Pavilion discussed in a clandestine fashion lo begin  with? Is Pavilion use policy truly a subject the public  shouldn't be privy too?  Did Shanks' outrage over information gleaned by the  media really stem from a perceived in-camera 'code of  silence' violation? Or was it an embarrassed response at  having the trivial nature of council's in-camera laundry  hung on the communal line. It leads one to wonder what  else Sechell councillors conceal under thai convenient  cloak ... and where their real goal lies.  Don't want to live  in investor's haven  I would like io correct a  statement made in a recent  report on the Trail Bay waterfront development issue - namely thai its opponents "claimed"  lhat ii includes the ocean walkway. No such "claims" have  been made. The intended closure which is alarming is thai of  the waterfront end of Inlet  Avenue.  This proposed closure is  clearly set out by the developer  in ihe text of a full-page advertisement on page 28 of the free  brochure "Drop Anchor". It  stales confidently: "Ii is intended that Inlet Avenue be closed  and made into a mini-park to  further complement the excellence of ihe development and  enhance the lifestyle of the condominium owners." Not a men-��.  lion of any public use of ii. This  section of Inlet Avenue is one of  very few public access roads to  the beach. Who intends lo close  it? Within its own property lines  the development complies with  the present zoning bylaws, but  how can anyone justify the closure of a public access road in  order lo extend its breathing  space? And if (he road goes can  anvone be blamed for wondering what could be closed next?  In its final paragraph, the  advertisement referred to above  sets oul [he developers' priorities. Please read them. Not a  word there about any concern ai  all for existing residents of the  districl or iheir quality of life.  After careful reading of the  whole thing which sets oul the  developers' intentions in detail  there is no possibility of "misunderstanding" as one of ihem  has been quoted as saying that  advertisement tells their side of  the story and the final sentence  of its last paragraph tells all we  need to know. We just do not  see ourselves as living in an  investor's heaven.  Agreed, a public meeting  would have been belter held  before the plan was presented, al  least that would have shown  some courtesy. Now we feel that  we have been steamrollered and  a meeting would serve no useful  purpose - unless the developers  can assure us that the complex  will be built elsewhere in the  district. There are still plenty of  pleasant locations where it  would be welcome, just as the  one at Porpoise Bay has  become.  As_for the petition, close to  1.000 people have read il and  signed, seeing nothing "sick"  aboul attempting to preserve a  beautiful piece of property for  everyone's use. Contact was  made with Ihe contractors for  the developers, Westbeach from  Delta, who verified that every  tree would be removed from the  property plus about an 18-foot  depth of peat. We jusl do not  hold the same opinions as most  developers as lo what constitutes beauty.  E. MARJORIE GOODING  Sechelt  Traffic lights are  sign of the times  I along with many others I'm  sure, struggle with how quickly  our little town is growing. I  hoped never io have to deal wiih  traffic lights again, bul, here we  all are.  Unfortunately, along with the  traffic lights, comes the need to  develop a little patience for continued safe driving. Day after  day from the vantage point of  my little store. I wait for the  squeal of brakes and watch  while people who can't wait to  turn right on Pratt Rd., peel  through the gravel parking lot,  churning up dust and stones as  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 68  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  they go.  One day I'm afraid the price  of saving 30 seconds at a red  light, will cost a broken limb or  the life of a child. Would you  want to pay the price?  Please, lei's all grow wiih the  town, wait for ihe lighl to  change and keep our kids safe.  SANDRA LEACH, KAREN  ROBSON  For Olde Times Sake, Gibsons  Wake of thanks  On behalf of the Wake of the  Explorers Society which  brought in the Captain Vancouver replica boats, and the Sunshine Coast Maritime History  Society, we would like lo thank  all the people who took pan in  this event.  Those who manned the oars  on arrival, and the Gibsons  Yacht Club, which provided the  escort, contributed greatly to the  success of the re-enactment.  We had a very successful  reception, at which the "Discovery" wheel replica was unveiled.  We would like to thank the Gibson's Quay for providing dock  space and rooms for the reception. The support of the Omega  and Dar Lebanon restaurants,  SuperValu, IGA and Pepsi-Cola  is greatly appreciated, and  lhanks are also due to all tbe  volunteers.  Greg and Shay Foster finally  left on Thursday evening, and  asked thai thanks to passed on to  all well-wishers.  LILLIAN KUNSTLER  SCHMS  The Alaska Highway, fifty years old and beckoning  The Alaska Highway is fifty years old this summer. The task, of building a road acres* the thousands of miles of mountain and muskeg and  mighty northern rivers was begun early in 1942  against the perceived threat of Japanese invasion of  Alaska.  Thev will be celebrating along the entire length  of the Highway this summer For the curious and  the adventuresome ihe trip up will assuredly prove  rewarding Just don't expect freeway travel, even  today  It is almost thirty years since I first drove the  highway 1 have driven it eight times Each time  has been a different adventure.  The first time, in 1963. was in a Riley One-  Point-Five. It was a veteran of Montreal's salt-  filled winters with more rust than floorboards  underneath us. In the back, was Pogo the one-eyed  spaniel and a two-month-old daughter in a Chiqui-  u banana box. The lop of the pram wouldn't fit in  the Riley.  We were a young couple moving bouse for the  first time and the car went up the Alaska Highway  so overloaded that she was just about scraping her  oil pan all !he way and sucking the dusi through  those rotten floorboards like a vacuum cleaner  We draped a wet cloth over the baby's face and  made brave and unconvincing little jokes about  musings  john burnside  Chiquita Bandita  We laboured up the highway a couple of hundred miles a day and every dav we had to stop, boil  water, wash diapers When we eventually arrived  in Whiiehorse the first discovery lhal I made was  thai disposal diapers had been invented.  The ner.t summer I outdid myself. My younger  sister was getting married in far off Scotland and ii  fell io my lot to give her away.  I could have driven three hundred miles from  Dawson io Fairbanks and flown over the pole io  Amsterdam and so home. Bui no. I decided to  drive to Montreal and fly from there - a mere 4.5O0  road miles. 1.200 of them over gravel. And to  return the same way.  Further. I gave myself jusl eight days each way  to do this, tying myself into a plane schedule and a  return to work schedule.  Going down. I was driving a 1960 VW Beetle.  By the time we left Winnipeg headed for Montreal  we were virtually without a clutch, but we made it  Coming back. I found a nice way to compound  the adventure.  My molher came with us. never before having  lefl the U.K. in her life. No sooner was she in  Montreal than she was off on an eight-day  transcontinental odyssey. This time we. my pregnant wife, sixteen- month-old daughter, mother and  the one-eyed dog were travelling in a resurrected  VW van.  The van was not in the first flush of youth and  we had to average near to six hundred miles a day  io get back to work in time. It makes for long hours  on the road.  Between Whitehorse and Dawson we ran into a  pile of unmarked gravel in the dusk and killed the  VW van. The whole three-generational caravan  hitchhiked the last two hundred miles into Dawson  City.  The perceptive reader will have gathered that as  a traveller I perhaps erred on the side of exuberant  optimism.  Tbe fourth trip we made a couple of years later,  wife, two children and same enduring dog. in a  GMC pick up that had seen service on the gold  creeks. It had a homemade wooden camper on tbe  back that made a first rale play pen with visual  access but wiih no sound. A feature highly recommended io parents of young children who plan lo  travel.  Apart from having to add a quart of oil even  seventy-five miles and losing a small trailer when  ils axle broke less than twenty miles south of  Whiiehorse, the trip was tranquillity itself.  The fifth trip was in 1968 in a' 1967 MGB GT  driven by a friend who wore driving gloves and  whose cursing of the highway was a thing of tow -  ering and inventive consistency.  The sixth was in a ten-year old Chevy which I  dug out of the bushes in Dawson. Ii was fine. You  had to pour gasoline into its carburettor to start it  and the ride was so rough thai forty miles per hour  was about top speed. When we reached pavement  at Dawson Creek 1 found lhal the ride did not  improve. The shaking and vibrating was intrinsic  to the car.  The seventh and eighth were in the van Fran  and 1 have now, which saw us safely. but some hiccups, from the Yucatan to the Yukon a couple of  years ago.  Eight times, and you know this is a celebration  year. A fellow could do worse than join the two-  thousand mile long anniversary party this summer.  Right, Fran? Ten is a nice, round number.  COAST^NEWS  Dm %r%*ee Car **m * txm\ jane are arc ��anurto- j jr�� -*-r y r > w% rmn t  Omvmtwe or f�� &**��* CM. 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's  Al\ ARDIMWINC nmwpaper  1  CCN-a/  As  ------  mtdmmmmmmmm  mmtammm  majtami opinion  Penturbite attitudes gentrify basic  fabric of rural life on the coast  The occasion was a wake,  attended by commercial fishermen and by middle-aged flower  children going softly to seed, by  small woodlot operators and by  struggling musicians.  The deceased was one of  their own, a woman who moved  to the semi-rural community at  the dawn of its awakening, long  before the arrival of one-too-  many Jeep Wagoneers and yet  another cappuccino machine.  Despite the occasion, the day  was not dour. Stories were told  and smiles exchanged, children  scampered across the backyard  grass and salmon steaks sizzled  on Ihe grill. It was a lime to  count the living, not io mourn  the dead.  Not an inconsequential exercise, given the circumstances.  This particular band of the living, you see, has become outnumbered in its comer of paradise. Their ranks, once so  influential in matters of local  life, have been decimated by  physical and spiritual departures  for other shores.  At the same time, a second -  and then a third - wave of newcomers marched into the community. The fisherman and the  flower-child, the woodlot operator and the musician, are now a  visible minority.  It's a common enough story  here on the coast. Over the past  decade, more and more visitors  have taken note of this region's  political and economic stability,  its generous climate and attractive lifestyle - and the relative  affordability of life by the sea.  The result has been an influx of  new residents, and the pain of  adjustment that always accompanies rapid change.  Not the change lhat allows  condominiums to be built on a  once-deserted bluff overlooking  the seas, or that introduces  trendy coffee bars where a corner grocery store once stood.  Physical changes like those are  to be expected, even in ihe most  placid of backwaters.  No, the most profound  change has been one of attitude.  Unlike the back-to-the-land  adherents who trod these paths  in the 1970s, the newest of the  new arrivals are primarily  refugees from urban centres  who seek io bring the city with  them. Social demographers call  it the quest for Peniurbia - an  idyllic place where urban and  rural lifestyle blend to offer the  best of both worlds.  Inevitably, there is a clash of  values. Where the old-timers  and the first wave of newcomers  see a community that works just  fine as it is, Penturbites typically see a need for strategic  improvements. A new house on  a treed, five-acre spread is fine,  but life would be so much better  is some of those cherished urban  amenities could be transplanted  to these shores.  Soon, they're lobbying for a  multi-purpose recreation complex, additional ferry sailings  and enhanced shopping opportunities.  I have a problem with thai.  No excuse for  doctors' crocodile  tears  I quote from a statement  attributed to Dr. Terry Amiel of  Pender Harbour, who says his  patients will not tolerate government inspection of their charts.  "What I intend to do is, the  files that exist as of today, won't  exist tomorrow...You'll have lo  start coding (the charts) so people can't understand what you've  written."  (Most people today cannot  read a doctor's handwriting  anyway).  The only reason the government would check the files is to  ascertain that the visits the doctor had claimed had actually  been made, or that house calls  had actually been requested.  The government has no interest in finding out if Mrs. Jones  had been treated for a broken  arm or ingrown toenails.  According to the Medical  Services Commission, Dr.  Amiel is one of the highest paid  MDs on the Sunshine Coast.  When a doctor will deliberately  destroy his files to prevent government inspection, he must  have a very good reason.  It seems to me when a person  is working for you, you set the  wages and have a right to  inspect his work.  According to the Commission, some doctors are paid over  $840,000 and many are paid  over $500,000. With earnings  that high, not many doctors will  SOIL G GRAVEL SUPPLIES  ��� Fertilized Lawn & Garden Soil  ��� Manure & Bark Mulch  ��� Sand & Gravel  ��� Concrete Lawn Ornaments  > Landscape Fabric - 6' & 12'  widths, any quantity  II   mi IWA f||r|c ui  r��uH. off  tavtfteck  fll)  Allan Block  A Mortartess Concrete Block  Retaining Wall System  EASY INSTALLATIONS  VERSATILE  DURABLE & STRONG  AFFORDABLE  HOURS: MON ��� SAT 9 AM - 5 PM   CLOSED SUNDAY  B&K  SOILS \ LAXDSI Al'i:  632 HOUGH ROAD & HIGHWAY 101 GIBSONS  Coast News, July 13, 1992  C.P.U. Local 1119  STRIKE  PAY DAY  Thursday July 16  10am - 4pm Legion Hall Gibsons  ���    NOTE: All Strike Relief Benefits  Shall Be Paid In PERSON Only  ebbtide  duncan macdonell  While I accept change as a  given, 1 resent change thai gen-  trifies the basic fabric of rural  life. I abhor the ignorance of  people who would unconsciously destroy the values that drew  them here in the fust place.  And as a native son of this  coast, I fear the day when its  small communities become  mere clones of antiseptic Southern Califomian seaside villages,  complete with salmon-coloured  condos and a plague of knick-  knack shops.  But I also accept thai the tide  has already turned. Like the  folks at the wake I attended, the  long-time residents with a fondness for true rural values are  already outnumbered. They are  also victims of their own tactics  in response to change, or more  properly, of tactics that don't  work.  The first response lo change  is always to fight the symbols .  Opposition is marshalled against  the latest threat to this particular  clump of trees, or the view  across that meadow.  It is a series of site-specific  battles that yields ground step-  by-step, with little atteniion paid  to overall strategy.  There is a better way. Before  rural values can be protected,  they must be enshrined. A community plan is more than a map  wiih pink for commercial areas  and green for residential. It also  should incorporate a siatemenl  of purpose and attitude, one that  outlines the philosophy residents will employ to guide  growth and change. Specific  physical values as unimpeded  view corridors and an abundance of greenspace - should be  included as well.  Sticks and carrots would be  useful, too. Development that  runs counter to the principles of  the plan should be penalized,  just as rewards should be  offered for projects which  respect a community's character.  Unfortunately, too few  coastal communities have drafted a survival plan. It is no easy  thing lo define the values which  make a community what it is,  and it is even more difficult to  enshrine those values in a plan.  But time is running out for  every community along this precious coast of ours. If we do not  act soon, there will be no one  left to mourn the dead.  "WE'LL KEEP YOU COOL THIS SUMMER"  BAIT AND BLOWN  i;nvironmiktally friendly  CELIXJLOSE  ^  gjpP'W-  0  WIN  TO  MAZATLAN  886-8741  need to use the food banks.  Many of us have sal in the  offices of these high-salary specialists and would think that  they were training for the  Olympics, the speed that they  move from one patient to another.  If you get three minutes with  the doctor, you are lucky. I am  tired of all the crocodile tears  being shed by the doctors over  how they are treated.  There are good doctors who  fully subscribe to the Hippocrat-  ic Oath in that they put the welfare of the patient first, but some  must have got mixed up a took a  hyppocritic oath instead.  A doctor once showed me the  doctor's fee book and said, "This  is the doctor's bible." Looking at  the huge expensive ads they  have in the newspapers, I think  he was dead right.  Salaries are noi the only benefits they receive form the public.  According to the Commission's finding.s they also receive  the following; BCMA & Physicians Continuing Medical Education Fund, $7,220,000;  BCMA CMPA Fund,  $12,400,000; BCMA Disability  Insurance, $5,800,000: for a  total of $25,420,000.  Copies of Ihe Medical Commission Financial Statement,  doctor's salaries etc. can be  obtained from the BC Government under Ihe Freedom of  Information Act.  BILL WHITE  Sechelt  gflfl Hard Cover  tm  BOOkS 10* each  q0f Thrifty*  HELP THE  Donation!    886-2488 or Box 598  Come in and  Check Out Our  WEEKLY PET  FOOD SPECIALS  , .    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In Sechelt and Gibsons you can  either visit the branch during normal business hours, or use  the Automated Banking Machine 24 hours a day, 7 days  a week.  And did you know Sunshine Coast Credit Union's service  charges are lower than other local financial institutions?  Check us and compare!  After listening to members'-needs last year, we introduced  our new U.S. Dollar Account. Other new products are  currently under development...mutual funds, packaged  business account, packaged youth account that will Include  reduced fees and some Automated Banking Machine access.  As part of our dedication to our community we are  continually searching for ways to serve you better.  We Invite you to come and meet our friendly staff. And  please check our new services guide brochure.  \/ "TKaxtiAuqei (c/tequiiiy/^Hiicfi)  til 5 wwkdcicfi;  6 tm ^nidacp  l/ Aootm denuice cAmyea,  \V (?Mtfietitive iatenedt noted  \V 1<Mt, {jlexdte toon dewtMce  ~r  2 ���' - Gg* pr  ^.m^mm^ jE  Pender Haibour Branch  Box 28,  Madeira Park, B.C.  V0N2H0  TeL 883-9531  Wedieatedto tfa (fait-  Sechelt Branch  Box 375, Teredo Square  Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  TeL 885-3255  Gibaona Branch  Box 715, Kern's Plaza  Gibsons, B.C.  VON 1V0  TeL 8864121  A  Sunshine Coast  Credit Union  mammm^timtmUfmmmm1mmaitltmmmm  mmmmm  earn  iUlm Coast News, luly 1.., 1992  Pick up your  SUNSHINE COAST  SALMON ENHANCEMENT  Fishing Derby Tickets  At GBS  tJtvUtieA  18" x24"  2 Door  Marble Vanity Top  19"X25"  18"x36"  2 Door  2 Drawer  Marble Vanity Top  19"X37"  7?  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There are Iwo sons and Iwo  daughters in their family; Kay  Walerhouse of Sicamous, (Ira-  ham of Wilson Creek, Bud of  llat-ic Island, and Marly Clarke  of Sechell. Eleven grandchildren  and 19 greal grandchildren.  The Macl.eans came to  (iranlhams in I9.S2 when Dan  worked al Port Mellon as a millwright, and later, as an employee of BC ferries. Ihey now  reside in Ihe Sunshine Coasl  Trailer Park  Our warmest wishes for quiet  comfort for Dan and Bess, and  Bud adds, "We pray lhal your  years ahead will be filled wilh  heallh and prosperity."  Langdale news  The school thanks dale  Woodhouse and Ihe Wilhnalls  for their donation of tennis racquets and balls, and a lable tennis set.  The school lidied Hopkins  Beach in in early July gratitude  lo the residents who welcomed  the school picnic there the last  week of June.  The founder's family  Had a call last Thursday  evening from Ross Gibson in  Victoria and he pointed out that  Ihere is still one grandson of the  senior George Gibson alive.  George's daughter Lottie had a  son, Norman White, now in his  eighties and very much alive in  Chilliwack.  Ross also told me that two  daughters of George Gibson, the  son of the Town's founder, were  Marjorie Lewis who passed  away in June in Nanaimo, and  her sisler, Edith Latumeau, who  passed away in Ihe same month  in Victoria.  Our thanks lo Ross for this  information about his family  tree which correct an error in  our June 22 column.  BandB  Gunler and Linda Beyser of  Reed Road have had in Ihe past  few years guests not only from  the Lower Mainland and Washington Slate, but from England,  C/echolslovakia. Lithuanian,  Germany, and New York and  Boston.  "We have a double suile with  crib, balh and patio," said Lina.  "A grass field allows us to  accommodate a guest's dog as  well. Breakfast includes home  preserves and baking as part of  our menu."  Museum to host travelling exhibit  BC history on wheels is coming to Ihe Sunshine Coasl via Ihe  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum. The Royal British Columbia Museum's travelling exhibit, Echoes from our Pasl, will summer in Gibsons from July 21 lo September I.  Echoes is one of the more difficult exhibits to obtain. The Royal  BC Museum will only loan il lo museums with trained personel.  While Echoes visits the peninsula, residents and vacationers are welcome lo drop by and lake this rare opportunity to see artifacts depicting BC's history.  The Royal BC Museum travelling exhibits continuously tour our  province as well as across Canada and Internationally. Funding assistance from (he Museum Assistance Program of Communications  Canada enables public museums and galleries lo access Ihe displays.  Echoes is a 10 part exhibit.  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum will be presenting Unit 4: Travel  and Communication.  This unit contains significant artifacts of BC's history. Included in  the display is a prototype 1896 dial telephone, a signal ball from the  Princess Patricia, the first turbine vessel in BC plus 22 other artifacts  from hotels, steam ships, railways, etc.  This summer Iravel to the museum and communicate wilh Echoes  from our Past. See a section of the Alaska-Trans-Siberian Telegraph  line and so much more. Don't forget to enjoy our local history too.  The Elphinstone Pioneer Museum is the Sunshine Coast's regional  museum. On the first floor one can peruse more than 10,000 years of  North American history, from first nations lifestyles lo the Inuit's  amazing ability to recycle.  In Ihe Marine Room admire a world class sea shell collection and  the history of water transportation to the Coast. Ihe second floor is  filled with reminders of the settlers' struggle to survive the rigors of  pioneer life.  The museum us open daily until S pm, is wheelchair accessible  and is located across from the Gibsons' Post Office at 716 Winn  Road. For more information call 886-8232. Admission by donation.  The Careful Movers  In a day when personal service seems like a chaptei liom history,  you'll be pleased with Allled's genuine concern. Call us. We'll  make a helpful house call., right away.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom packing, storage, local t long distance moving.  886-2664  hwy 101, gibsons   ^^��sKr  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYNNG  STATRON  Competitive Prices  Camp Run  CEDAR -FIR - HEMLOCK  886-7033  ii  i  m  mm  MM  111  roberts creek  by Beverley Shipley, 886-2215  Joe Road is in the process of  being blacktopped. It was designated as a grid road to be  upgraded several years ago and  is now being finished, llnfortu-  nalley the bottom of Joe at  Lower Road and the top of Joe  at Highway 101 are very dangerous connections due to the  lack of visibility. And with the  straightening and blacktopping  comes the human urge to rage  and speed, making this a now  dangerous, noisy, well-used  through road. Joe Road did used  to be a quiet gravel country road  with a big snake bend, but its  location has now changed all  that. Progress - who needs it?  Cut worms  The Coast is being inundated  with a voracious garden pesl  (his year and Roberts Creek is  included. If you are finding  planls of every kind devastated  with leaves, flowers and forming buds simply gone in the  morning and what's left with  huge biles from ihem, and no  tell-tale slug slime, then il is  probably that gray creature, Ihe  cutworm. This worm is very  hard to catch doing its thing, as  it comes oul at night and goes  back into the dirt before dawn. I  have found some just by looking  under llie miinched-on leaves.  The worms can be anywhere  from a half inch lo Iwo inches  when they're full. But apparent  ly this worm is just doing its  natural cycle this year - so when  is he leaving and when does he  stop munching - what does he  turn into?  Always be careful of  brought-in plants and dirt, even  the best looking topsoil,  manure, etc. as this is one of the  easiest ways to introduce  unwanted infestations and plants  into your garden.  OCP workshop  If you are slightly or totally confused about the Roberts Creek  Official Community Plan  (OCP), then come to the OCP  Workshop Sunday, July 19 from  9 am to 12 pm at the hall. This  should prove lo be a very informative and important meeting  regarding the control of growth  in Roberts Creek.  Library news  The Roberls Creek Library  recently received its yearly  grant of $5,000 from the provincial government and it will be  used to upgrade the present  library stock.  The latest releases include: A  Room Wilh a View by E.M.  Forster; New Car Guide; The  Sleepers of Erin by Jonathan  Gash (known as Lovejoy as on  TV); Caroline Woodward's Disturbing the Peace focuses on  rural lifestyles and roots in a  thoroughly contemporary,  sharp-edged and often humorous way; now a major motion  picture Babett's Feast by Isak  Dinesen is a collection of five  stories.  Dinesen is the world-  renowned author of Out of  Africa; there is a large display  of books on Canada's history  and future. The Roberls Creek  zoning package is available for  your perusal.  Camp Goodtimes returning  Camp Goodtimes for children will be back al Roberts Creek's  Camp Byng this year, from July 12 lo Aug. 3. The Camp Goodtimes  philosophy is lo provide a camping experience for children aged 6-16  with a history of cancer al no cost to the family.  There is an one-site pediatric oncologist and a nursing leam  enabling campers lo have treatment if needed. The many letters we  receive from parents tell us that Camp Goodtimes has been successful  far beyond our dreams in pasl years. Our growing numbers indicate  to us thai we have the confidence of families and doctors.  The Camp Goodtimes Program is supported by donations from  private citizens, groups and service clubs.  BWC  Bl.-,m WITHOUT CRUELTY  ���ft  Care for your sldn  Care for your hail*  Care for your conscience  Beauty Without Cruelty offers ydli an affordable,  high quality natural cosmetics lin*j with a complete  skin care program including shampoWfe conditioner.  VARIETY 5l'-i,?h FOODS  No animal testing, no animal ingredient*).  I   C  0   V   E   R  NONPROFIT  INFORMATIONAL  GROUPS  needing booths for  Saturday, July 25  at Dougal Park  contact  Paillette ��� 886-7848  mm ���    la��*MMNM��l��MMiril^MkUHtt  -'  ----i>-"-.  ���  '*-���������"-,���-��������� v ..  w. w. ,   ��� - Coast New-., lulv 1��, 1992  Retirement and Insurance Planning  ��� Rt'tiiTllR'Ilt  Planning  ��� Lilt' I liisahililv  liMiraiKV  ��� Kiiiplouv Ik'iii'tit  Plans  ��� LawTiiKv k  Giamlvrs. CU  ��� 88<v*)l 11  ��� Toll Five:  l-aSlHMvli.V.'Oil  Mutual tuinl- kn*v ������ "I���  t -ti mil ii. 1.1.til"*! IuikI- 11.1  CIJAMBI;RS  Senhn tin.' Strata Qufl State WW  community  Ever have some  important papers  " ;  you need to send  ^'V' ,  RIGHT NOW?  Not overnight,  1 IP  or later today.  <���  We're talking  NOW!  Iwial  Ok, there's a  better, and  faster way!  IN GIBSONS, FAX TO  886-7725  IN SECHELT, FAX TO  885-3954  Send: S3 per first page, Si each  additional page, plus phone charges.  Receive: 51 per page (Up to 8'/2Xl4)  COAST*NEWS  885-3930  Cowerle St  V,    Sechelt  886-2622  Cruice Lane  Gibsons  Kids, teens and parents  brought buckets, shovels and  all manner of tools to Davis  Bay beach for some fun in the  sun in Ihe Trail Bay Mall  sandcastle competition July 4.  Charles Hart pholo  deals bay news  by Jo-Anne Sheanh  The Sand Castle Contest held Saturday, July 4, was "an overwhelming success" said organizer Morgan Thompson. "There had lo  be close lo 1,500 people at Davis Hay beach either as spectators or  participants." Unfortunately, the list of winners is unavailable this  week but we will let you know as soon as possible.  Activities which include all members of the family continue lo  attract people in droves which says a lot for good, clean, honesl fun.  Thanks should go out lo ihe Trail Hay Merchants for sponsoring such  a great day for one and all!  Camp Goodtimes  Starting July 12 and running until August 3, the Sunshine Coast  once again has the privilege of hosting Camp Goodtimes, held every  year at Camp Byng in Roberts Creek. This is the camp for kids wilh  cancer, or a history of It, ages 6 to 16. This year, for Ihe first lime,  there will be three one-week camps instead of the usual two. Upwards  of 50 kids are expected each week plus counsellors, nurses and doctors. All workers with the exception of ihe cook and Ihe lifeguard are  volunteers.  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl A Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  HOME  ^  ^ SERVICES  #7 - 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 885-4572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  Notice Board  ��� On*tin* cent* musl be updated monthly  ��� We reserve the right to edit *>uhmk*-ions fi* brevity  ��� All Mibmis-.iofH should refer in non-profit event*, of genuine community inlcrcM  ��� Ilems will be listed three weeks priot to the event.  The Sunshine  Coasl News  THURSDAY, JULY 16  Thai advanturts ol Lucky tha aalmon. Meet  Lucky Ihe salmon and come on a trip with hei as  aha leliaces the linstrokes ol her life. Join  Johanna at the amphitheatre foi this one houi  programme Porpoise Bay Provincial Park  8:00pm. Rain or Shine. 31  FRIDAY, JULY 17  Explore a stream Corns and explore a stream  and get acquainted with the variety ol features  thai together make up a stream enviionmeni.  Meet Johanna at the amphitheatre at 2:00.  Everyone welcome. Porpoise Bay Provincial  Park. 31  Long Daya In Long Boats 8:00pm. Discover  one of the reasons Captain Vancouvei visited  the Sunshine Coast in 1792 in this one hour  programme. Meet Johanna at the amphitheatre.  Save   the   Georgia   Strait   Marathon  Organizational Meeting 7:00pm at Shadow Baux  Tea Room. Everyone welcome. Foi info call  883-2140 Marie  SATURDAY, JULY 18  O.K. Cam Centre Auxiliary Annual Berry Taa.  Kiwanis Care Home, i 30-3 30pm. Price S3 50  30  Porpolae Bay Provincial Park ��� Volleyball  Tournarnenl -12:00 noon. Anyone is welcome.  Fun ia tie main Idea here. II you don't want to  play - come and cheer!  SUNDAY, JULY 18  2nd annual Newtle Picnic loi moie inio call  Annabel!* 885-9855 or Anita 885-7110.  THURSOAY, JULY 23  Amneety International Pot Luck Dinner  teaturing The Honorable Sven Robinson MP.  speaking on Human Rights in China admission  $5.00 plus youi favorite dish. Tickets 886-3822.  885-7143 or 883-1154.  SATURDAY, JULY 25  ATTENTION KIDS!! Piizes and Fun! Pet Dog  Show at Dougall Park.  Pie-register  S  Sunnycrest Mall. 5-12 years old. For further  information please call Fran Bullock 886-8659.  31  r QaNery will give a reception at 2:00pm  tor artist Rosemary McLennan lo open her show  'Clay and Fibre' Public welcome  WEDNESDAY, JULY 29  Qibaon* Penakanera Branch #38 invited to the  Regional Board picnic. Transportation will be  provided from Departure Bay in Nanaimo to the  picnic site at Bowen Park. For more into can  888-9518.  SATURDAY, AUGUST 1  Gambler Island - Aria and Crafts Fair l0-4pm.  New Community Centre at New Brighton.  Tiansportation via Dogwood Princess Irom  Langdale.  TUESOAY, AUGUST 4  Dr. Michel Orient will be speaking ol State of  the art Maternity Car* For info call 886-8468.  885-2322. 8:00pm at Rockwood Lodge.        31  MISCELLANEOUS  ���92 OrentatJon set to start at UBC. Heading lo  UBC this fall? Get to know all Ihe important  things with Ihe help ol Orientation '92. All first-  year students, their parents, and college transfer  students are invited to attend. For more  inlormation call 822-3733.  The   Sunahlne  Coaat  Volunteer  and  Information Centra only has a lew community  directories lelt and would like to get rid ol them  belore starting a new reprint in 1993. A special  price of $3.00 has been put on the lew lelt. Call  885-5881 lor more inlormation or lo order.  St Bartholomew's Anglican Church Hwy 101  8 North Rd. Gibsons Fun daya. One people  one planet, side by side, hand in hand, ages 5  to 12. 9-12:30. Mon to Thurs. 9-2 Friday August  17 lo 21 Registration lee $5.00. Everyone  welcome For info can 886-3354 or 886-9569.31  Sechelt Public Library Summer Reading  Program 6 Wednesdays starting July 8 - Aug.  12th 1 30-2:30 at library. Children aged 6-12  welcome More info 885-3260. 31  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum is open until  5:00pm Displays are constantly changing. There  is something of interest lor all ages Located at  716 Winn Road. Visit the Sunshine Coast's  regional museum today.  Bethel Baptiat Summer Fun. July 6-Augusl  26th. Monday to Friday (ages 6 to 11 yrs old) for  more info please cal Tracey Jardine. 885-2454.  27  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum is open seven  days a week. The various displays are constantly changing. Everyone Welcome. Located at 716  Winn Road in Holland Park, across from  Gibsons Post Office. For info 886-8232.       26  Totem Lodge - Everyday is visiting day at  Totem Lodge. Visit the pioneers ol your r-ommu-  nily. 26  Folk Dancing al Roberts Creek School,  Community Use Room. Every Tues 7:00 - 9*00  pm. Fee $3.00 Drop in, everyone welcome. 26  The Inter-Active Video Bualneaa Diac  Program is now available at the Sunshine  Coasl Business Development Centre, #205-  5710 Teredo Square, Info 885-1959. 26  MONDAYS  SL Hilda's 8 St Andrew's Youth Group every  Monday night. All young people welcome. Call  885-6036, lor more into. 26  Seniors' Branch 69, Carpet Bowling, Mondays  1:30 pm. Exercise with Joan Frembd Mons. &  Thursdays-11-12. 26  Overeat*-* Anonymous 7:30 pm. Holy Family  Church Had.. Sechelt. Phone 885-2108 or 886-  4781 lor details. 26  Adult Children of Alcoholic* or  Dytfunctlonal Famine* meet at St. Mary's  Church Hal in Gibsons. 7:30 - 9. 26  Sunshine Coaat Breakaway Parents Meeting  lor parents concerned about Iheii children's  drug 8 alcohol use. 807 Kiwanis Way. Gibsons.  7:30 pm. For into call 886-2423. 26  TUESDAYS  First Tuesday ot every month, local art rental A  sain at Sunahlne Coast Art Centra. Open 2-  6pm. Coffee served. Original works by Sunshine  Coast artists tor sale or rent; any donalions ol  unused frames gratefully accepted. 885-5412.26  THURSDAYS  Bkih Control Clinic at Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit. 494 S Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday from 7  to 9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment  necessary. 885-7770. 26  3C s Weight Loat Support Group meets  12 45-2:30pm, al the United Church, Glasslord  Rd.Gibsons Info.886-7159. 26  Adult Children ot Alcoholic* or  Dysfunctional Familiea meet at the Action  Centre in Sechelt, 7:30 - 9:00pm. 26  FRIDAYS  United Church Thrift Shop in basement of  church off Truman Rd., open Fridays, 1 lo 3 pm.  26  Glbtont Penaloners Org Branch #38 Tia Chi  at 1:30 and cards at 7:00 pm lor seniors al  Harmony Hal every Friday. Info 886-9619 or  886-9000. "  26  SATURDAYS  Youth Drop In Center. Grade 7 and up. Come  and go as you please. 5123 Davis Bay Road.  7-DO-HrOOpm. 26  SUNDAYS  The Sunahlne Coaat Stamp Club meet 7:30  pm 1st and 3rd Sunday at Sechelt Library.  Phone 885-3381 or 885-7088. Open lor all  ages. a 26  The community pilches In to help in Ihe preparation of meals, set  ling tables, washing dishes, wherever there's a need. Local business'  do their part by donating all kinds of goods lo the camp.  Parents are realizing the tremendous benefits Iheir children receive  at ihis 'special camp' and an- more enthusiastic about it than ever  before. The kids camp out, hike, fish, swim and do crafts to name u  few. A wonderful week for all concerned, from the kids right down to  the dishwashers.  Column bears fruit  The greatest reward a columnist can have is when something that  has been written bears fruit. Four weeks ago I told you the story nf  Cathy Frenken who is paralyzed from the neck down after suffering  heart failure. She desperately needed moral support and encourage  menl.l am happy to lell you lhal the cards have been coming in, bin  besides that, Ihe letters she has received arc heart- warming.  A lady who was visiting Ihe Coast from Calgary read Ihe column,  took it home and wrote the most touching letter lo her. Isn't that won  derful? Cathy's mom said il has given her a new strength:"She is  determined to get well!"  sechelt scenario  by Margaret Watt  Summer is here once again  and the hot weather, however  fleeting, is with us. We humans  can prelty much lake care of  ourselves in (he heat, but our  pels are another matter.  Here are a few thines we can  do to keep our pets comfortable  during the summer months:  have him/her regularly groomed  so the hair is kept short. Always  keep a fresh supply of waler  available.  The Sunshine Coast is a kind  of paradise for fleas, so a regular de-fleaing program is in  order for your pel. Exercise in  the early morning or lale  evening when it's cool and  never, ever leave your pel in Ihe  car while you do your shopping.  Bridge news  The Sunshine Coast Bridge  Club will be celebrating ihree  months of operation with a  championship game July 17, 7  pm, at Sechell Arts Centre.  The club has joined forces  with Powell River and recently  competed in a worldwide com  petition wilh Paris, France. The  results of that competition are  still lo come. For more infonna  lion on the Bridge Club, call  Rudy at 885*5552.  DVA news  The area councillor from  DVA will be in attendance ai  ihe Sechelt Legion Thursday,  July 16. from I lo 4 pm. For  appointments phone Ihe branch  office at 885-2526.  Merchant seamen  Merchant marine seamen  who served in WWII are entitled to DVA pensions and bene  fits. Proof of service and  records are required. For further  information call 885-2526.  Tool box lost  A couple of weeks ago a  grey lool box was losl from Ihe  side of the road jusl outside  Gamma Phi Beta camp in West  Sechell.  There are some really expen  sive tools in the box and the  owner is anxious to get them  back. Anyone wilh any informa  lion is asked lo call Christina at  885-6041.  New housing proposal  discussed by seniors  The annual general meeting of the Sunshine Coasl Senior Citizens  Housing Society was held al Greencoun hall Tuesday, June 23.  Chairman Cam Cameron advised the members that Ihe new pro  posal for an additional 13-unll building was still being considered by  the BC Housing Commission and lhal new roofing has been applied  to the single storey buildii gs, a new keying system has been installed  and the office is being upgraded wilh a computerized record keeping  system.  Treasurer. Harris Cole Introduced Doug Polhecary, of McKay and  Partners Chartered Accountant and Auditors lor the society. The  auditors report was accepted hy the members.  Elections were held for (he execulive in the coming year. Elected  as iwo year directors were Kal Hansen, Harris Cole, Brian Leekie,  Dave Kimpinsky, Cam Cameron and Gary Fnxall. Two year director* completing iheir first year directorship are Wayne Turner and  1 jwrie Ostry.  At a board meeting following the annual meeting, the directors  elected the new officers, chairman Cam Cameron, vice-chairman  Uwrie Ostry, secretary Dave Kimpinsky and treasurer Harris Cole  Other directors will be appointed to committees as required.  Saturday Night ONLY Steaks $8  T^ NCtTl51 Closed Sundays"  BingO open 5 30  No General Meetings  until September  HOT SNACKS  EVERY NIGHT  3064 Lower Road ��� 886-9984 community  Patti Gnlhraith lays hack nnd lets her purebred Newfoundlander, Kody, tow her through the  evening calm or Trout Lake. Joel Johnstone pholo  halfmoon bay happenings  by Ruth Forrester  By Ihe time this reaches the news stands, the  Halfmoon Bay Country Fair will be just a happy  memory and there will be lots of Ihings lo write  about for next week's column, I-et's hope lhal it  will be as great a success as the Sechell Celebration Days. It's always an uplifting affair at Halfmoon Bay, and has been so for Ihe past 26 years.  Things have changed, however, and now we are  forced to lock our doors and be on Ihe alert for  young vandals who gel their jollies from violent  vandalism. I .et me once again remind you lo be  sure to lock you vehicles and your doors. This kind  of vandalism has hit the Halfmoon Bay area, and if  we all slay on the alert and report immediately any  suspicious noises or drivers we may be able lo help  the RCMP track down the culprits.  Entertainment  There's lots of good stuff going on iii the entertainment department (in the Sunshine Coast these  (lays, wilh the opportunity for all to enjoy. Recently Ihere was a concert at llie United Church, which,  although it was not widely advertised, turned out to  be a well attended affair, and of such high calibre  that, because of public demand, there will be a  repeal performance. Mark the date of Sunday, July  26 at 2 pm to enjoy Alice llorsman and Friends in  concert with a selection of classical songs and  Broadway numbers. It will be held at the Festival  Pavilion by Rockwood Centre and you can enjoy  refreshments in the beautiful garden setting.  Tickets, $10 each with proceeds going to Transition House, a worthy cause, are available at the  Festival of the Written Arts office by Rockwood  Centre, Talewind Books and Books and Stuff in  Sechelt and the Coast Book Store in Gibsons.  Talent show  Had a really good time at the Sechelt Star  Search show in Greenecourt during Celebration  Days. There was a chance for real stardom for the  winner of the event when she goes on to perform at  Ihe PNIi. This will take place in September and our  good luck wishes will go with Sarah Gallagher  who won the event for the Sunshine Coast.  FOR WORK  AND PLAV  ALL     MEN'S     8c     WOMEN'S  SUMMER     CLOTHING  50-70��/o^  ���  close-out items  JEANS,    SHIRTS,    FLEECE    WEAR.  WORK    WEAR,    SHOES,    BOOTS,    ETC,  ���  all must go by Aug. 1  (we will be closed August 3-6 for our renovations)  The Bayslde Building, Sechelt      885-3122 TST  ,i�� Imm Trail Rav Mall ����a "** ' -*1**1 ,J*&  across from Trail Bay Mall  by Joyce Ostry  For those of you who followed Ihe article on the Senior's  U/C challenge, you may phone  Gary Colley al BC Coalition of  People with Disabilities in Vancouver at 875 0188 for informa  lion. He is a powerful advocate  who has a 98 per cent success  rate.  Garage sale  On July 18, at the New  Senior Cenlre on Trail Avenue  nexl lo the Arts Centre ihere  will be a Garage Sale. Goods  will be received Ihere July 16  and 17. Anyone who wanls to  come can have a lable for $6,50.  The contributions are all greatly  appreciated. Garage sale lime is  10 am to .1 pm on Salurday, July  18. For more information phone  Pallie Miller at 885-7792 or Kay  llermislon al 883-3334, There  are Iwo things I've always like  aboul garage sales - small motor  things that could keep a grandson busy for awhile and hand  tools a young person starting out  on their own could use like a  hammer, pliers and screwdriver.  Boat cruise  May lladman, at 885-5200,  is organizing a boat cruise up  the Princess Louisa Inlet on  August 6. Ihis is a day trip and  price includes lunch and transportation. I used lo be up the  inlet frequently and saw lots of  seals and the occasional killer  whale. The seals scampered to  Ihe rocks when the orcas were  around. May asks that you get in  touch with her soon so that she  can book the tour and assure  you of a place.  Senior picnic  August calendar sees the  senior picnic on August 20 and I  haven't been told the exact date  but Ihere will be another craft  fair during the month of August.  Everyone has gripes and I'd  like to put them in a column. I  won't mention names, just Ihe  stories. Phone me or mail these  to Box 931, Sechell. Funny stories br sad stories, but not long  stories.  Coast News, July 13, 1992  We're more than just tires!  ,v w  attack 1km ��� Sate ft ScrvtM  MwMnkal ��� Eihaust tapiactMntm  lip���to -Brakes ��� Shocks ��� Turnups  Gamut Mechanical    �����>>��� ���  mmemms mmyesmmume       aa{a>a>��  ����  Coastal Tires  886-2700  :orqet cMb &Cots  THE GIFT GIVING SOLUTION  ��� Reminder Services  ��� Gift Shopping, Wrapping. & Mailing  ��� Greeting Cards ��� Invitations ��� Letters  T?Ti��$  886-9087  Carol Bishop  73  ��*-*<��� i nw eft    ���  NEW?  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL  US!  Helen Milburn        886-8G76      Huth Bulpit 885-5847  NanNanson 886-3416      Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  is, B.C.     ^  NORTH OAKS  767 North Rd., Gibsons,  26 Adult Oriented  * Single Level Townhomes  1 & 2 Bedroom Units  from  $91,900 - $101,900  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORP.  886-4680  >  Get Results  with Coast News Classifieds  Customer response to our advertising in the Coast News has  been excellent. We found that advertising in the Coast News  has proven to be very effective in making people aware of our  complete sales and installations.  signed Steve and Liz Christian, June 4, 1992  Steve and  Liz Christian  For the past 17 years on the Sunshine Coast  Steve and Liz of Sechelt Fireplace have specialized in the  latest quality heating options and designs in gas, wood  and pellet fireplaces.  If you have something to sell or a story to tell, save  real money by contacting The "Response"Medium...  COAST^NKWiT  COAST NEWS ^M  HWEERENDERH  Gibsons: 886-2622  Gibsons Fax: 886-7725  Sechelt: 885-3930  Sechelt Fax: 885-3954  i,,^^*.-..,^,^ Coast News, luly 13, 1992  i e ��� �� i ���  ENTER OUR  WINDOW DECORATNG  CONTEST  2 Categories  A ��� Sm.ill Husinrss  B ��� luge < iiiiinifrilal  Business  lllllHlllH Will 111' till'  week.il.Inly IH   25  It p.trtii ip.itiiiK all  Llntla Reeve ��� 886*3714  community  by Lynn Mees  Okay! Here I am again, I've been neglecting my responsibilities  as an Egmont informer. There are legitimate reasons though I won't  get into details. I will lei you know that we had a baby boy! His name  is Ambrose Sky and he is beautiful.  Ihe rain was much welcomed wasn't it! I was gelling pretty worried there for a bil, but tl. rain gods came through.  Ever notice how clean of beer cans Ihe sides of the road are from  Egmont to Pender Harbour? Well you can lhank Katey Devlin for  that, you've seen her on the sides of Ihe road with her reflective vest  on. All the money from the cans Katey donates to the Egmonl l.ions  Club. She has contributed a lot over Ihe years.There will be another  Egiuonl l.ions Seafood Dinner August I. I went to my first one lasl  weekend, and man, was il good. I pigged right out on everything I  love as far as seafood goes. The cost is $8 a head and half price for  kids.  Happy Anniversary lo l.en and Belly Silvey, Janel and Jack  Williams, and us!  1 will hi' talking wilh you next week for sure, see ya around.  hy Jm nl wi Vincent  lltere will be no more P.H.  Wildlife meetings in July and  August even though the group  remains active. Meetings will  begin again on Ihe third Tuesday in September.  Friends of Caren tours  The Eriends of Caren are  hosting lours every Saturday lo  view the beautiful Caren Range.  The group meets at 11 am at Ihe  Wildlife Rehab Cenlre in Halfmoon Day.  Sightseers are urged lo bring  n lunch, rain gear if needed and  good footwear, although you  may view the area from your  vehicle. Everyone is welcome,  donations are accepted, if you  would like further information  please contact John Field at  88.1-2807.  Health clinic news  Dr. IA. Amiel and D. J.  Law are back on regular hours  now at our heallh clinic. Office  hours are Mon.-Fri. 9 am-5 pm  and Sat. 9 am-1 pm.  The clinic showcase is in  need of hand made articles.  If you can spare some free  lime to knit, sew or crochet  baby clothes, mills etc., all Ihe  materials will be supplied. All  the proceeds go lo the Heallh  Centre. Please conlact Jean al  883-2808.  Garden Bay waterworks  The Garden Bay waterworks  sprinkling regulations are in  effect from June I Sept 30. You  may do your watering from 7  am 11 am and from 7-11 pm.  As the tide changes  - Thanks lo Eli Alston for his  tid bil!  - Baseball buffs Joe Sewell  went to hat 4.17 times without  striking out even once in 11$  consecutive games while playing for ihe Cleveland Indians!  Ihe only shellfish that are  banned in our area are butter-  clams.  Until nexl week be good lo  yourself.  Halfmoon Bay  CHILD CARE  CENTRE  NOW HAS SUMMER FUN DAY CARE  DROP IN SPACE AVAILABLE  ACTIVITIES FOR TWO AGE GROUPS  FOR INFORMATION CONTACT JANE  885-3739  SHOPPING MARINE SERVICES  HARBOUR  .BOAT TOPS  883-2929  I'rifK. Tarps&Coom  L'ftohun Of /ii*/mm  Kenmar  Draperies  NEEDLECRAFT SUPPLIES  883-2274   TAFFY'S  Family Clothing Store  8c Lotto Centre  10% OFF FOR ALL SENIORS  Madeira Park Centre  fat* Wee**'*  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Product*  883-2253  MADEIRA  MARINA  BB3-22G6  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  1 /2 MILE NMTH OT GAaaOCN BAT RD.  HWY. tOt 883-9541  883-2888  KnderHtrbcuriONLY  Full Lint Sporting Goods Stort  Frwcat Pinlntult Ptacw  Cormr ol Sunthine Coatt Hwy. I  French Ptnlntult Rd 883-2763  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580-4321  CALL COLLECT  P.nd.j Haubaxar, BC. 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE 8HOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  GUI DENIS! ,.'.T  885-3930  DINING  ^S  Gaiden  Bay  Hotel  PUB  883-2674  RESTAURANTT  883-9919  ROOFING  emoaie  Tar & Gravsl, Shaken, Shlngltt,  Metal Roots, Torch On, Duroid*   883-9303   HAIRDRESSERS  m (Mix  Miss Sunny's  HAIR BOUTIQUE  883-271S  SERVICES  Peninsula Power  & Cable Ltd.  High and tow voHsgs powsr Hnw  Cert 7111  Ray Hansen Trucldng  ,    & Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Syetetme  8834222  Hugh W.Jorut  LAWYER  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX:B83-9524  Lack of funding means inadequate  emergency service, home care in Pender  by Jane Seyd  It might seem like  a "omantic image nf  a .oiinlry doctor: an  it 'tepid soul rushing  i j his car with the  Mack bag in the mill  cle of Ihe night to  lend to the ailing.  In the case of  Pender Harbour, that  hasn't been far  wrong over the pasl  few years, although  Dr. Terry Amiel  drives a Bronco  these days, and his  car kit, resembling a fishing  tackle box from the outside, is  as likely to pack intravenous  lines, adrenalin and nitroglycerin as a stethoscope.  "For the past four years that's  whal I've done," says Amiel.  "That's part of being a rural  physician."  But for Amiel, who receives  an average of two or three  phone calls from patients a  night, and who goes out at night  on calls about three limes a  week, the "romance* Of that role  is wearing thin - especially  when it's being used to cover a  lack of government funding for  genuine emergency service in  the rural areas of Egmont and  Pender Harbour.  As it stands, there is no  money from the health ministry  to cover on-call emergency staff  in the area, and no money to  cover the equipment and facilities required to make the Pender  Harbour Health Centre a true  diagnostic and treatment centre,  like those existing in other isolated areas.  As far as the governmenl is  concerned it's simple: Pender  Harbour is too close to St.  Mary's Hospital in Sechelt to  warrant the funding.  But both Amiel and the board  of the Pender Harbour Heallh  Care Society (which operates  the clinic) see it differently.  For one thing, distances can  be deceptive. The stretch of  Highway 101 from Sechelt to  Pender Harbour is infamous for  its twists and turns.  For older people, it  can be an arduous  journey, says Amiel.  ..And even an amnu  ,fi lance in an emergency can't defy topography. Because  communities    are  spread out along the         shore, il can lake the  volunteer-run ambulance service  20 minutes lo get from Madeira  Park to Irvines Landing alone,  says Amiel. Then there's the  further trip to the hospital.  "I've waited 45 minutes to an  ; hour for an ambulance," says  Amiel. "In that time, basically  people die."  So far, however, funding  requests which would allow for  more facilities and on-call emergency service have run into a  wall at the ministry, despite  phone calls, letters and several  In that time,  basically  people Me'  -Dr. I'r'ny Amiel  trips to Victoria. "That's pan of  our proposed budgei," says clinic board president Billy Griffith.  "If we could gel anybody lo  approve it.  "But we don't fit into any  category lhat the governmenl is  able lo fund us under."  The current woes of the Pender Harbour clinic  are partly a result of  its unique geographic and financial situation.  To make a  lengthy saga shorter, in Ihe health  ministry's judgment, Pender Harbour is close enough  to Sechelt lhat it doesn't require  special funding given to centres  in isolated areas, which also  goes towards clerical help, and  extra nursing costs for emergency and home-care service. In  Amiel's opinion, the money is  warranted because of the kinds  of situations that he deals with.  Right now, the clinic board  rents space in the community-  owned cenlre to bolh doctors  who work there on a fee-for-ser-  vice basis. A half-time receptionist,  a half-time nurse for  home care and overhead costs arc paid  for by the heallh  care society on a  budgei of $48,000  from Ihe Ministry of  Health and rental  income.  F.veryone agrees  that's inadequate.  "If we were a  diagnostic and treatment cenlre, the  government could  fund us," says Griffith. But when the  board made preliminary enquiries about it, they  were told ihey were wasting  their time.  Lack of extra funding has  also meant a minimum of home  nursing, says Amiel, which is  hard in an area with a lot of  geriatric and bedridden patients.  Despite a greater ratio of  people over 65 than Gibsons or  Sechell, Pender Harbour has no  interim or long-term facility.  Says Amiel "We could look  after all our old folks given Ihe  funding."  Griffith agrees that more  assistance wiih home care is  needed in the area. "We believe  a little money assisting with  home care in our own area  would save big funds having to  be spent on extended care facilities in other places. And it's a  lot nicer for people to be able lo  stay home."  Says Amiel, "I think the people should be upset. I don't  think they realize how little  they're getting."  Part of being in a rural area  means "you have to be willing  to pul up with inadequacies," he  says. "You can't have everything, but I think we deserve  mote than we've gol."  On our  125th Birthday we're  on top of the world.  The Human Development Report (1992) ranks  Canada No. 1 in the world for quality of life.  Published by the United Nations Development Programme, the report is based on  the life expectancy, education levels and purchasing power in 160 countries.  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Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064  ask/or "Murphy'  American Piano Trio to  perform at 'Rim'festival  National and international louring artists, including the renowned  American Piano Trio, will be performing concerts during the Seventh  Pacific Rim Summer Festival.  From July 17 to July 31, the festival, led by piano duo Joy lnnis  and Adrienne Shannon, will offer 12 different concerts in Ucluelet.  the Park and Tofino. b ginning wilh the appearance of the Marang  African Music and Dance Theatre Company. Such diverse titles as  "Seaside Soundwaves, Viennese Night. Forest Fantasies and Arrows  to Freedom" ensure the performances in this series will appeal lo all  artistic tastes.  In addilion, Ihe festival directors will offer instruction for piano  teachers during the week of July 20.  For the finest in area dining  Dining guiDE  FEATURE RliSIAl 'RANI Ol  THI! WEEK  Bfuz  Onn  Dining at its finest  Magnificent Seafood & Gourmet Cuisine.  *���--JJninterupted view of Porpoise Bay  from e.ich table.  k  lA\mmmm\m*^m9W^  mmmV   l '    MH^H  Ul 111       ���> 4,+M  l.unch specials oftered daily  Reservations recommended  Lunch: 11 am - 2 pm ��� Dinner from S pm  Wednesday - Sunday  085-3847 E. Porpoise Bay Rd., Sechelt  FAMILY DINING  Andy'i RtMiurint - Lunch and dinner special every day Every  Wednesday night is Prime Rib  Night. House specialties include  veal dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta,  pizza, Thai food and lots of NEW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's great  Brunch Buffet every Sundav from  11 am -2:30 pm. Hwy lOi, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open Sunday and  Monday 11 am - 9 pm, Tuesday -  Saturday 11 am-10 pm.  The Boil Houie ��� lust a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  offering daily choices of fresh arid  flash frozen seafood from the  West, East and Gulf Coasts as well  as a variety of other specialities,  join us after 5 pm for dinnei or for  our spectacular Sunday Brunch,  served between 10:30 am and 2  pm. Friendly service in a relaxed  atmosphere and fabulous meals  are just some of the reasons you'll  keep coming back. If you have an  important rendezvous or a ferry to  catch, please let us know and we'll  make the necessary accommodations. For reservations call 921-  8188. All major credit cards  accepted.  Cafe Pierrot - Comfortable atmosphere with warm, help ul staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and  daily specials are all prerared with  the freshest ingredienis - bolh  healthful and delicious. Our whole  wheat bread and scr.imptious  desserts are baked fresii ilaily, on  the premises. Outside d ning, take  out orders for the be,.' .ind cappuccino are available. T.ie Coasts's  bistro...as unique r.s the Coast  itself. Mon k Tues 4 - i Wed - Sat  9 - 9. Closed Sun.* iv Teredo  Square, Sechelt. Pho ie ahead for  your lunch! 885-9962..  Da* Lebanon fltttturtm - N��� open  in Gibsons Park Pla/1,11' v. 101.  Lunch and Dinner feature, im lude  Chicken, Beef, Lamb .and Vegetarian dishes, Shishkebabs, Fnlafeb,  Cappuccino, Espresso and  Desserts. Open 7 days a week, 10  am -11 pm. Eat in or takeout.  Catering for parties and weddings.  886-3572. Everything we make is  made with love!  Hild-A-Wiy Reitaurint - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor Inn on Hwy.  101 al Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add lo your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30am - 2pm, closed  from 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-10pm. Our Sunday buffet (11 am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat lo your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday  night 2 for 1 special 5pm-10pm.  Reservations 886-4501. 50 seats  plus banquet room.  HIHilde Family Rttjtaurint Now Open  in Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons. Family Dining with Special  Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and  burgers, homemade soups, pies  and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon  request. Licensed k air conditioned. Open Sun - Thurs, 11 am -  10 pm. Fri k Sat 11 am -11 pm.  886-2993  Village Riltiurant - Cozy family  style cafe with an extensive menu  featuring special pasta dishes,  steak and seafood dinners. Come  in and check out our daily lunch  and dinner specials or have breakfast anytime. Saturdays are Prime  Rib nights. Fully licensed. Open 7  dayi a week, Mon. - Thurs., 7 am  to 8 pm; Fri., Sat. k Sun., 7 am to 9  pm. 5665 Cowrie Street, Sechelt.  885-9811. Visa k Mastercard  accepted.  The Ornigi Plui, Sink and Lobtter  Houie ��� Wilh a perfect view of Gibsons Marina, and a good time  atmosphere, the Omega is a people-watcher's paradise. You'll  often see Bruno Gerussi, former  star of the Beachcombers, dining  here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and  seafood are their specialties. Banquet facilities available. Very special children's menu. Reservations  recommended. Located in Gibsons  Harbour at 281 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open for lunch Mon. -  Fri., 11:30 ��� 2:30; dinner daily 4 - 9  pm, Fri. & Sat, til 10 pm.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Jolly Roger ��� Spectacular waterfront  dining in Secrel Cove. Lunch and  dinner served seven days a week  from 11:00 a.m. l.unch specials  daily- Dinner menu includes fresh  seafood, chicken, steaks, pasta and  pizza with homemade dough  made on Ihe premises. A children's  menu is also available, join us for  Brunch on Sunday from 10:00 a.m.  ��� 2:00 p.m. Our Dockside deli is  open daily 5:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. for  breakfast and lunch. Fully  licensed. Visa, Mastercard. Meirer  Road, Secret Cove. Reserv.il ions  recommended. 885-7184.  The Whirl - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view  and sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood al its  best. Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2  pm. Fully licensed and air conditioned. Dinner reservations  recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis  Bay. 885-7285.  Nik Chlm Kitchen - Now open IN  THE GIBSONS PARK PLAZA,  1100 HWY. 101. Come enjoy our  Gourmet Chinese Buffet featuring  over 16 hot dishes plus salad bar k  dessert. Also featuring two full service menus including Canadian  Cuisine. Lunch or Dinner.  Licensed premises, dining facilities  for meetings, banquets and parties.  Hours: Sunday - Thursday 11:30  am - 10 pm. Friday k Saturday,  11:30 am -11:30 pm, lunch buffet  11:30 am - 2:30 pm, dinner buffet  4:30 pm - 8:30 pm. For reservations  call 886-3028. Visa/Mastercard  accepted.  Bickiddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homeslyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Pub open Daily at 11:30 am.  Kitchen hours - Mon k Tues 11:30-  7:30, Wed -Fri 1130*00, Sat k Sun  9:00 ��� 9:00pm.  Cedlri Nilghbourhood Pub - Great  food every day all day. Appetizers  and full menu along with terrific  daily specials, available 'til 9 pm  every night. We're known for our  great atmosphere and good times.  Sun. - Thurs. open 'lii midnight,  Fri. k Sat. open 'til 1 am. Visa,  Mastercard and reservations  accepted. 886-8171.  Sects* Legion 1140 - One of the best  bargains on the Coast, every Friday night, are the fabulous barbe-  qued steak dinners served from 6  to 8 pm for only $6.75. Dinner  includes a 6 oz. top sirloin steak  served with your choice of baked  potato (with all the garnishes) or  delicious potato salad. Also included is a green salad with choice of  dressings and garlic bread. Lunch  is served Monday to Friday from  11 am to 2 pm. Daily specials are  featured along with a regular  menu that includes chicken strips,  burgers and sandwiches. Thursday  is Fish k Chips, featuring a full  order of the tastiest fish and chips  with cole slaw for only $4.55. Take  out orders available. Members and  guests welcome. 5591 Wharf Street,  Sechelt. 885-9922  Irvlm'l Lindlng Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for two, $30. We're now open 7  days a week 11-11 with our kitchen  open from 11-10. Pender Harbour,  883-1145, Mastercard & Visa. Fully  licensed.  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn - Located on the  waterlront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Relax and experience the deck which is now open  for lunch and dinner.Observe the  tranquil ducks and geese or dine  by moonlight wilh a candle at your  table. To savor this superb dining  experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully  licenced. Hours, Wednesday- Sunday. Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5  pm. 885-3847.  Chez Philippe at Bonniebrook Lodge.  Open for Sunday Brunch. Chef  Philippe, formerly of the Roof  Restaurant at the Hotel Vancouver  is now at Bonniebrook. We have  fine West Coast cuisine prepared  from fresh B.C. ingredients, an  extensive wine list and expert service, intimate dining in the Heritage Lodge dining room with a  superb view of the Georgia Strait  and the surrounding sho/eline.  Watch the sunset from your table.  Take a stroll along the beach after  dinner. Follow Gower Point Road  to Ocean Beach Esplanade. Reservations recommended 886-2188.  Visa, Master-card. Full licensed.  Open 5:30 to 9:30 pm, 7 days a  week.  Creek Houie - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, steaks and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open from 6 pm. Thurs. through  Sun. Visa k Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino - Dine in Ihe finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing. Savour the delights of fresh  seafood from around the world.  Our extensive Dinner Menu  includes fresh seafood in our soup,  salad, hot or cold appetizers, main  courses and pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and  lamb. Caesar salad for two and  llambc desserts are prepared al  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Lunch hours: Thurs thru Mon  11:30 - 2:30. Dinner hours: Wed  thru Mon 4:30 - 9:30. CLOSED  TUESDAYS. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended, 886-  3891.  Lord Jlmi Retort Hotel - A tranquil  view of Thormanby Islands and  Malaspina Strait sel the theme for a  beautiful night oul. Friendly, courteous staff, fine international cuisine, special desserts, comfortable  surroundings, and soft music add  up to make yours a night lo  remember. We feature daily dinner  specials as well as our popular  "table d' hote". Summer hours  Monday through Sunday 8:00-  2:00, 6:00- 10:00. Visa, Mastercard,  American Express. Reservations  recommend. 885- 7038  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emie I Gmen'i Drive In - Take out, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks,  ice cream. Free home delivery  within 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on  $10 minimum orders. Small charge  for orders under $10. Hwy. 101.  Gibsons. 886-7813.  Ngnmn, a loc.il bund Ii .limine. South American unit Afrieiin  influences, played Ihe Roberts Creek Hull along with Holler in  the Hay, Saturday, July 4. Joel Johnstone ph no  Stein Valley Festival  (Earth Voice) looms  Remember Ihe Slcin Valley  Festival - the amazing event that  mushroomed from 500 people  in 198.5 to one of Ihe largest  open-air gatherings of ils kind in  North America? Recently  renamed "Birth Voice Festival,"  Ihis event again promises lo  entertain, enchant and enlighten  the thousands who will attend.  The wisdom of native elders  blending wilh performance art,  live music, and Inpical work  shops will provide a unique and  uplifting perspective regarding  our environment.  The 8th annual Farih Voice  Festival will be held again at the  beautiful Seabird Island location  near Harrison Hot Springs. The  July 2.5-26 weekend has been  chosen since il follows director  Ruby Dunslan's return from Ihe  liarlh Summit in Rio de Janeiro.  This years' festival will feature  key-note speakers, panel discussions and workshops focussing  on "Ancient Forests & Ancient  Peoples." The ever-popular  Stein Elders Forum, lamily Ik  Alternative Theatre, an liarth  Crafts Fair nnd First Nations  Fow Wow, not to nieiilioii live  music, theatre, and dunce pro  vide an impressive array of  choices to participants.  Underlying the event is the  philosophy Of Ihe Voices of the  liarlh Foundation which seeks  to promote consensus between  individuals, communities and  nations regarding the steward  ship of the environment we all  share. The foundation also  encourages recognition of a  spiritual dimension in environ  mental questions for consideration alongside ihe conventional  legal, scientific, and financial  aspects.  Tickets are available al all  TIckelMaster outlets throughout  BC, Alberta and Washington  State. To charge by phone, call  (604)280-4444. For more Information, please conlact Jill  Leach, 685-4343,  SCRAPS  benefit  dances  planned  hy I'al Kldgcwny  I he Sunshine Coasl Recycling at Processing Society,  SCRAPS, is planning Iwo  dances lo he held nl Roberts  Cieek Mall. July 24 (Fri) and  July 25 (Sat) as fundraisers for  SCRAPS and the (iibsons  Recycling Depot.  I he firsl nighl will he a  dance open to all ages and will  be alcohol and smoke free.  Doors will open at 7 p.m. and  local band "lindangered  Species'' will stait things off at  7:30 pm.  Also performing will be  Michael Lacoste's hot new band  "Butler in the Hay" and the  evening will feature "Second  Nature", up from Vancouver  just after releasing Iheir new  CD,  Salurday night doors will  open nl 9 p.m. and as a bar will  be open no minors will be  admitted. It will also he "smoke  free". Performing will be "Butler in the Hey" and "Second  Nature",  Tickets will he available at  "Out of Time" the bizarre  bazaar In Ihe heart of Roberts  Creek and al the (iibsons Rccy  cling Depot located behind  SupeiValu.  On Friday night, SCRAPS is  going to try a unique entry system. Tickets will be lorn in half  and guests will he asked lo hold  onto Iheir half.  If Ihey then decide to leave  early Ihe can then deposit Iheir  half of the lickel in a basket by  the door. These halves will then  he sold for $5 each after 11 p.m.  to latecomers wishing lo see  Second Nature."  This will happen on Friday  night only. Tickets won't last  long so get yours early. This  will be the highlight of the summer and gives everyone a  chance to support Recycling on  the Coast!  RAVEN'S CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  for the performing arts  MCVIE PRICES  NOW CNLY $(!��������  vJP  Adults  I UmiiL* llii\ ><H'<kk  'FAR & AWAY'  with Tom Cruise & Nicole KiclLind  fri., July 1 etc  Thurs., July 1<  $2cc  Students  Children  under 12  & Seniors  ( ()MIN(, SOON.  SECOND ANNUAL  Indian Summer Festival of the Arts  labour Day Weekend...September 4, 5, 6 & 7  For your convenience you now can purchase  tickets at Reflections in Madeira Park��883-2545  and Sayward Books in Gibsons��886 3626  Call box office for information: 885-4673 Coast News, July 13, 1992  13  leisure  The Yutsal Klementary School Choir from Taiwan, sponsored by      ditioniil Chinese and Taiwanese songs nnd choral pieces al Ihe  Ihe Sunshine Coast Arts Council, performed a repertoire of tra-      Raven's Cry Theatre Monday evening. Joel Johtukm photo  presents  Far & Away  VHth'loni < Tiilse * Nkole Klill.uul _   Ui!��i!��*i,i!r�� CMATURt)  Pages from a lifelog  Footsteps of the fur traders  part 6  by Peter Trower  The excitement over and my  folly more or less forgiven, we  continue to explore Waldo's  spread. The previous owner has  left a veritable junkyard of  worn-out equipment by a grove  of trees - old washing machines,  rusting snowmobiles and a couple of odd artifacts none of us  can identify. The cold wind  soon dampens our curiosity and  we terminate our lour of inspection.  On the way home I have  another minor unsettling experience which I can only call 'the  attack of the killer sealbelt.'  There is something wrong with  the belt I am using. Every lime I  move a muscle il inexplicably  tightens until il is practically  cutting me in half. It's a ridiculous situation that the others  Find highly amusing. Hy sucking  in my gut I manage to disengage  myself from the malevolent seat  belt and decide to risk a fine  rather than putting it on again. It  jusl isn't my day.  That evening we have our  final Fort St. John supper al a  restaurant up the Alaska Highway lhat Waldo and John have  recommended. The place is run  by Fundamentalists and the  atmosphere's a tad churchy, but  Ihe grub is up lo par. The next  morning, Yvonne and I lhank  Waldo and Ann for the great  hospitality and say our goodbyes. It is time to begin the long  trek home.  To make the return journey  more interesting we have decided lo take alternate routes wherever possible. We begin by  heading for Hudson's Hope  along Ihe upper highway. This  will eventually bring us to Pine  Pass again but we will be travelling through quite different  country.  The Hudson Hope highway  follows Ihe Peace River for  most of its length and takes us  through some wonderfully  scenic vislas lhat must be even  more impressive when Ihe grass  turns green. This is largely  ranching country bul what  mainly intrigues us is the  extraordinary number of deer.  Huge herds of them graze in the  same fields as the cows and  Gibsons Legion Hall  Sat, July 25  8:30 -12:30  Tickets Sold  at the Bar  $12  There seem lo be no problems  with co-existence.  The legends of the fur traders  arc never far from our minds,  particularly along the Peace  River. As I think about Ihem,  Ihe faintest germ of a poem  begins to take form.  In ihis vast river valley  the wind stirs echoes of other  days -  paddle-splash and song -  phantom canoes heating their  way upstream -  tireless voyageurs with intent  faces  breaking trails beyond Ihe  mountains  to the beavered wilds of New  Caledonia  This was (he portal country -  First hard pathway to the Pacilic  opened by Alexander  Mackenzie  followed by John Finlay -  Simon Fraser  argonauts of the white water  braving hostile Natives - drunk  wilh discovery  driven by dreams of pelts and  profit  But the Fur Brigades have faded  into history -  their forts have fallen, rotted,  vanished -  the hunter's muskets bark no  more along Ihe Peace -  the rugging and the moving  times arc done-  the long slaughter is long over -  the heaver sleep unlhrealened in  their lodges -  Ihe deer herds graze like cattle  in the farm Fields  oblivious among the hungry  ghosts.  One of ihe more positive  accomplishments of former Premier WAC Bennett and his  Socrcds, during that government's construction-boom heyday, is the huge dam that bears  the forever-smiling politician's  name, ll lies about eight miles  west of Hudson's Hope and is  accessed by a good blacktop  road. Since we're in ihe neighbourhood anyhow, it merits a  brief detour.  The Bennett Dam is definitely impressive. An enormous  crescent of rocks and concrete,  il curves across Ihe upper end of  the Peace River Canyon, a  multi-million dollar monument  lo progress.  Behind it, the water has  backed up to form a vast man-  made lake. It is possible lo drive  around the lop of the dam and  we do this, wondering whal historical secrets lie forever  drowned tinder the reservoir's  calm surface.  On the lower side of the dam  sprawls the hydroelectric plant,  a mind-boggling tangle of lowers, generators and conductors  covering several acres, science-  fictional in ils complexity. The  plain produces enough power lo  supply half of BC. You can  almost feel the raw energy. It is  possible to tour Ihe main control  building at certain limes hut  today is Sunday and the place is  closed to the public.  The same thing holds tme of  the museum at Hudson's Hope  where we pause briefly on our  return. A scale model of  Alexander Mackenzie's canoe  stands under a roofed shelter  outside.   to be conliituerl  PSYCHIC  SECHELT GIBSONS  Ddflwoorl Inn Sunnyt rest  Rin   106 Molfl  Wed   July 22 Rm   ?  12 noon    fl pm Thurs   Jul>  7.  ( iys1.il Bn\\ Psychoi  Mini & Over 40 y  Mn.-.iPl.gs Private R<  Rpporls ol Lnii|p  Numerology Winmnqs  Prices Slnrt al S?0 and IJ  ISABELLA  SHOWTIMES  Friday July 10th-  Thurs. July 16  8:00pm  Matinee l-erformance       < ..  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The student pilot certificate Is issued by Airflow  Ultralight Aviation in Fort  Langley, and involves sessions of ground school  cover, theory of fliiiht,  meteorology, air regulations, air traffic rules and  procedures.  Molloy has faithfully  attended lessons every  weekend, with Ihe climax of  his first solo flight taking  place this month.  With his dedication and  enthusiasm, Ihere is no  doubl lhal In a couple of  years time he will go on lo  take his private pilot  licence, which will involve  more hours of solo night  time as well as a Transport  Canada written exam.  Jamie Molloy savours obtaining his ultralight pilot's licence while dad looks on.        photo submitted  sunshine coest golf  by Marg Skelcher  Dot Utterback is the new grand champion  of the Milburn Tournament. She took the  trophy in a close match with Barb Lawrence.  Jay Townsend won the consolation round,  narrowly defeating Jean Trousdell. Congratulations to both winners and runners-up!  Cheers also for the ladies' third team as  they hosted Langara and defeated them 48 to  24.  Tuesday June 30, the ladies' medal round  resulted in the following: 1st Flight: Hazel  Wright (70), Wilma Sim (70), Helen Sleeves  (72); 2nd Flight: Connie Hobbs (76), Jo  Emerson (76), Rose Webster (77); 3rd  Flight: Maureen Heaven (69), Mary-Jo Pier-  lot (71), Lorina Crawford (76).  The Mixed Twilighters played for low  putts only. This was won by the team of  George Cooper, Evelyn Cooper, Margo  Mathews, Ed Brenton and Walt Faulafer.  The senior Men played on Thursday, July  2 for the best four nets out of five per team.  The winners were Walt McMillan, Norm  Constantine, Guy Lewall and Harry Woodman, followed by the team of Lyle Nanson,  Bob McKenzie, Bill Matheson, Chuck  Barnes and George Cooper. The wooden tee  award went lo Bill Sneddon, Jack Milburn,  Phil Clarke and Him Buntain. Art Hauka  was closest to the pin on #8.  The grounds-keeping staff keep on smiling as Ihe rain comes down!  /fcRIAa-iS ROOFING & ATTIC VENTILATION^  MMOFim IKCIAUITI ��� LEAK SINUM  ���Lowufco' mnLvinD ante vints  * KEEPS VOUH HOME COOL IN SUMMER  . PREVENTS CONDENSATION IN WaVTER  BBS LICENSEOS INSURED-FREE E51IMATES  SEWINQ THB SUNSHINE COAST  1686-46661  juccaneer  Marina is> Resort Ltd  Located in Secrel Cove M5-7MI  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K at C Tlwrnoglisj immm l/^-tV -  Cobra Boats now   >*���   . �����- i"-s-*L  In-Stock  [OUTBOARDS  by Wendy Haddock  There is no report for the  Monday twilight as it was  rained out.  Senior men's day June 30:  Thirty-eight golfers took to  the fairways under sunny skies  and played hidden partners.  First at 128 Ted Dobrindl and  Bobo Sagansky, second at 130  George Grout and Bob Hagar,  third at 132 John Willcock,  fourth at 133 Keith Jackson and  Bill Hawkins. K.P. and number  3, John Willcock, and number 6  Bobo Sagansky.  Ladies Day, June 25  Competition: pin round,  Low gross Moni Langham at  96, low net at 69 Joan Willcock, second low net at 70 Ev  Tapio, third low net saw a tie at  75 Verna Belland and Shirley  Dumma. The nine holers low  gross at .11 Wendy Haddock  low net Shirley Grout.  LANDSCAPING  byRudyNotxl  Overheard al a rubber bridge party! "She took up bridge so that  she has something to do with her hands while she talks."  Sunshine Coast Bridge Club winners: July 1: Gwenda Thain &  Marjorie Paterson, first Rudy Notzl & Loan Munro tied with Hean  Coyle & Fay McCarthy for second. July 6: Fay & Mike McCarthy  with a 70 percent game, followed by Tiny & Spencer Clark, Willie  Rousseau &. Marilynn Lyons, and Jean Coyle & Doris Housley  respectively.  Club Championship for members and invited guests will lake  place Friday, July 17 at tbe arts centre in Sechelt. Reservations are  required as we have limited seating capacity.  Coming up: Bridge free mini-series continue Monday, July 13,  with Ron Andersen's: "Bidding Messages". Senior Citizens Hall,  Sechelt, 7 p.m. Everyone welcome.  ACBL Contest 1) Pat Ashby 2) Jean Coyle 3) B.J. Miller  1  ^m  July 20 -24  10am-Noon  BOYS a\ QIRLS 3 ��� i2  CtommmU* hmti**,  730 School M.  HONES, SNACKS, CRAFTS, GAMES  ToPtinsgHtsrlttOns:  8*6-7107 or 896-9774  MOfl   THIW  HI. Ha,  3:55    13.2  13 11:30     2.3  MO    7:15    14.9  Fri   Tlmaj Ht.Ft.  2:25  7:10  1:50  9:00  9.8  12.4  3.6  14.8  Tut* Tim* Ht.Ft.  12:30  4:45  12:10  7:45  11.3  13.0  2.3  14.9  flat  Tinw Hi. Ft.  3:00 9.2  18    7:55 12.1  SA    2:20 4.7  9:25 14.7  Wad Tlma Ht.FI.  1:10  10.9  15  5:35  12.8  WE  12:45  2.6  8:10  14.9  Sun  Tame HI Ft.  3:40 8.5  19    8:45 11.7  SU    2:55 5.8  9:45 14.6  Thurs Tlma Ht. Ft.  1:45  6:20  1:20  8:35  10.4  12.6  3.1  14.8  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Time  it  For Skookumchuk Narrows add  1 hr. 40 mln. phis 5 mln. lor eich ft. of rise  .ind 7 mln. for e-ach ft. of fill  Tide Tables courtesy of  PRONTO'S  FINE DINING RESTAURANTS  Gibsons ��� 886-8138 Sechelt ��� 885-1919  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  S & G TREE SERVICE  �� ���^**^ji1Joppirig ��� Trimming .Pruning ��� Bruili Chippar  M        tWfV. Danger Tim Ramoval  lj forded and Insured ��� 20 Years Experience  fl 885-3897  MN STORAGE LOCKERS  SECHELT-GIBSONS U LOCK INC.  Gibsons: 886-0225 ��� Sechelt: 885-6422  7*t fmaa af tuimt, O* Sua %t*mmtam*ut  CLIP & SAVE     \  P bc fcrrics Schedule  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  MARINE SERVICES  UTHERLRND  ���SALES * 'FRVICE LTD���  BOX 342 Madeira Park, B.C. VON 2H0 U3-111�� MHra.  FORCE  inta.-.  YANMAR  ���OATTMUM  Magnachar|�� Battcrlta  Lv. Langdale Lv. Horseshoe Bay  6:20 am      2:30 pm   7:30 am       3:30 pm  8:30 4:30        9:30 M 5:30  10:30 6:30        11:30 7:25 M  12:25pmM  8:20M     1:15pm       9:15  M denotes Maverick Bus  Lv. Earls Cove  6:40 am       4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  Lv. Saltery Bay  5:45 am       3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:25 M 7:30  11:30 9:30  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE)  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & (  GLASSFORD PRESS DESIGN STUDIOS  Contemporary graphic design for all your communication needs.  ��� 886-8755 ���  CUP8, SAVE  GIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  -^,  ROUTE 1 via North Rd.. Seacoi.  Fletcher, Gower Pt., FranMln, Marine Or.  Depart "5:45 am 1:45 pm Depart 8:14 am 4:11  Mill       7:45      3:45 Langdale 10:11      6:11  9:45      5:45 Ferry 12:11pm 8:08  11:45      7:45 Terminal 2:08  'No S:atS ant run Sat., Sun. or Holidays  NOTE: Shoppers Loop leaves Mall 10:45 am,  12:45 a 2:45 pm, Mon.-Sat.  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V QuaUryCo��cra)*a>Wocli n*o��M��>��n >  A  Bit or Small We Do Them All  G & S DRYWALL  FREE ESTIMATES  F��i All Yotlt PivwaM Ner'ris  Please Call: 886-9204       .  QIBSONS SfiND  & GRfiVEL LTD.  Office: 886-8511  Cell: 328-7117  c  M.J.J. Vinyl Siding  Soffits, fasia, Shutters    CEDAR SIDING    1  Fred Cocker  Qjctvt Mnn|fJ  Phone 889-6063  If.) Box l*j%  Sechelt, B.C  VON jMj  a  w  m ,     Kcsi(tciili:il St  LJJ ( timmcr(i:il ( (iiistnirtiiiii  CONSTRUCTION  Hial��Thtm*.ll.(.  ��� Aflililiims  ^   Laurie Lacovetsky ��� 885-2887   J  Ready Mia Lid  115-53331   1885*22261  3 Batch Planls on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons Sechelt Pender Harbour  Box 172, 5417 Burnet Rd.. Sechelt  ROOFING  Specializing In all types of  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES  886-2087 eves  ou.**���  R.  ;N  Ready Mix Concrete  Sand t Gravel  C     CONCRETE  o  .Ff.HDlT PLANT  88S-7180  Ul   WfKSf, J HI SI  WHIM  septic tanks      gibsons plant  well liners s���   '  curbs, etc 886-8174  ANT    I  A a T ENTERPRISES: Construction Service  Serving tr.�� ''oajl Sine. '9*5  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  eee-aaae  T. WONO, SOX 713, QiaSONS, I C VON IVO  Ashward Contracting  "*' QUALITY HOME  BUILDING t IMPnOVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN 8 DRAFTING  8856443;  TREE     ^  ESTIMATES  Specializing In ell  type* of rooting  M advartlzod  In yellow pagea     for prompt tsrvlee csll   .  -JXlJECIi Ctttr PCCfING now aaa-2toa J  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  JL.&. tlntnt -SSS&i  UiTyAmlafson    mmnm  For Professional & Courteous Service  HR. 1-12749 WaiMCk IM. N.    FaWPNONE M3-IIM  Madeira faa-k, I.C. VON 2H0      ��l.��.. 15411  Iff you were nclvei tisinci )iimi>  you'd be rcnclincj about  yourself - And so would  everybody else  EXCAVATING  RENOVATIONS WEST  CONTRACTING  Custom Building ��� Remodelling ��� Framing  Foundations ��� Home Repairs ��� General  Contracting ��� Small Jobs Welcome  bi.910534 .-Run Achpaan 8B5-0B91 after 6 oo  ^ BRIAN IMEWMAIVJ EXCAVATING f N  ��� Septic Fields ���  . Drainage ��� Excavation  Water Lines      ��� Rock Walls  ' Landscape Construction ���  EXCAVATING  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  KR ENTERPRISES  ��� 4x4 ll.ti kliiMi Service ���  ��� St i ceiled Topsoil ���  ��� Sltiule Axle limiting  Kerry: 883-2154  II  [Fastrae IACKHOE  SEIVICE  OT  si.n'iu mins  ��� IIHAINA. ,M'M.  Ill'  ��� EXCAVArloNS  ��� watch > mi', Cat 411 4X4  ecu-jaw    st(JVe Jones   886-8269  CENTURY ROCK  ^  HEATING  THOMAS  jxHJmm&srnBncm  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  Call HOW 116-7111  Showroom. <73Pogn�� Rd. (ilbsoni        j  ( Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  | Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  ^���J6fii**��9i  886*3558 [15 ll  CEllULAR ,JjAff*  240-6314     iggg  Wi  all 886 -2622(Gibsoil>)  8��5-3930(Stch(ll)  l**a>l��aWt|!f^>��M^\*W*\^**^.**-V^VV^  ill  rSECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.n^f  GAS* PELLET* WOOD      \SiL\  Complete Sales & Installations  SHOWROOM Open Tues. Sett.   5631 Wharl Rd., 888-7171 J  V   mill K HOIK A I SI RVK I  l.ravalinB -Rw tuning      ��� Drainage  lauidttafHi ���lovvlmiwn&SiHHllaml . iti-tnlninK  24 limn n"n 886-8538 rtoxi22i,  ^ mu,Hi ,.n 220-8767  -iiN-m^  PROPANE INC.  ��� Aulo Propane     '  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  885-2360  Hwy 101. across SI  Irom Bio Mac's, Sechelt  I ia'iist'tl & Bonded  PARKYN BAY CONTRACTING LTD.  II. WIM UallOW  lityirlentttil * Gas Installations OfSttvlct  Res: (604) 58B-C707  or Toll Fran* Paper: 1 979-4371  Propane a  Natural Gas  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  kV*-J-M**,j��.-'AW;  BEDROCK EXCAVATING LTD.  Service Hookups, Sewer Systems,  Land Clearing, Driveways etc.  experienced operators  885-4522     885-3768  Stark .  ning Servit  Cleaning Service  Owner Dan Stark  IK1MI     K8fi-2aM7    (,il>sa,i,s. Ii (  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  A. J. CONTRACTING  Roofing * Insulation * Painting  Concrete' Vinyl Siding  Free Estimates  n  CONTOUR  DESIGN       Quality Supply & Installation  ���     Ceramic Tile, Carpet & Blinds  l SHOWROOM 951 HWV, 101 'QIBSONS- B.C. - PH/FAX: 886-3191/  SPOTLESS PAINTING  & WALLPAPERING  ��� Intoilot/Exlerlor  ��� PlBSSUtQ Washing  ��� Spe Jdliy Wall Finishes  FHEE ESTIMATES  883-9843  8854924;  PETER J. SUGARS  Custom Cabinets  Kitchens ��� Bathrooms ��� Mlllwork  shop 886-8615    ���    res. 886-2231  If  V<>��i  lA/��  M t'.  ���iltll/l*  rtis        1  ��� ii*i In;re.  V"*1  *ll  In:  ri.-.icl  n*l  .lllOIlt  V��>ii  *>l  -11  - Ami  ��.*!  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Call: John Lautier Day or Night  885-2612  8TONUFT - HOOK HEIGHT 65'  15TON LIFT - HOOK HEIGHT 80  "ZZSat!     ..886-7028  5  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS A BA THROOMS  886-9411  Cellular  644-4907  Mm .  kf*       THE  IMPROVER  RENOVATIONS WITH     '    ^  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL 4 RESIDENTIAL  885-5039  BOX 7  HAlfMOON B/Bj  /PRECISE PAINTING & PLASfE^  ��� All Phasn of Drywall  ��� Compfct- Custom Paintins  ��� fire & Wain Damage  ��� "oumeyman Worltman-hip  Nnle  JM-0928 FrwEuinuta  Vance  m-9l99j Coast News, July 13, 1992  15  sports  Sechelt teen youngest ultralight pilot  by Ruth Forrtsttr  Fourteen year-old Jamie  Molloy or Sechelt is reckoned lo be the youngest  recipient of a solo ultralight  certificate in Canada.  The sludent pilot certificate is issued by Airflow  Ultralight Aviation in Fort  Langley, and involves sessions of ground school  cover, theory of flight,  meteorology, air regulations, air traffic rules and  procedures.  Molloy has faithfully  attended lessons every  weekend, wilh the climax of  his first solo flight taking  place Ihis monlh.  With his dedication and  enthusiasm, there is no  doubl thai In a couple of  years lime he will go on lo  lake his private pilot  licence, which will involve  more hours of solo flight  time as well as a Transport  Canada written exam.  Jamie Molloy savours obtaining his ultralight pilot's licence while dad looks on.        photo submitted  sunshine coest golf  by Marg Skelcher  Dol Utterback is the new grand champion  of the Milburn Tournament. She took the  trophy in a close match with Barb Lawrance.  Jay Townsend won the consolation round,  narrowly defeating Jean Trousdell. Congratulations to both winners and mnners-up!  Cheers also for the ladies' third team as  ihey hosted Langara and defeated them 48 to  24.  Tuesday June 30, the ladies' medal round  resulted in the following: 1st Flight: Hazel  Wright (70), Wilma Sim (70), Helen Sleeves  (72); 2nd Flight: Connie Hobbs (76), Jo  Emerson (76), Rose Webster (77); 3rd  Flight: Maureen Heaven (69), Mary-Jo Pier-  lot (71), Lorina Crawford (76).  The Mixed Twilighters played for low  putts only. This was won by the leam of  George Cooper, Evelyn Cooper, Margo  Mathews, Ed Brenton and Walt Faulafer.  The senior Men played on Thursday, July  2 for the best four nets out of five per team.  The winners were Walt McMillan, Norm  Constantine, Guy Lewall and Harry Woodman, followed by the team of Lyle Nanson,  Bob McKenzie, Bill Matheson, Chuck  Barnes and George Cooper. The wooden tee  award went to Bill Sneddon, Jack Milburn,  Phil Clarke and Him Buntain. Art Hauka  was closest to the pin on #8.  The grounds-keeping staff keep on smiling as the rain comes down!  by Rudy Notzl  Overheard at a rubber bridge party! "She took up bridge so thai  she has something to do with her nanus while she talks."  Sunshine Coast Bridge Club winners: July 1: Gwenda Thain &  Marjorie Paterson, fust Rudy Notzl & Loan Munro tied with Hean  Coyle & Fay McCarthy for second. July 6: Fay & Mike McCarthy  with a 70 percent game, followed by Tiny & Spencer Cl.uk, Willie  Rousseau & Marilynn Lyons, and Jean Coyle & Doris Housley  respectively.  Club Championship for members and invited guests will take  place Friday, July 17 at the arts centie in Sechelt. Reservations are  required as we have limited seating capacity.  Coming up: Bridge free mini-series continue Monday, July 13,  with Ron Andersen's: "Bidding Messages". Senior Citizens Hall.  Sechelt, 7 p.m. Everyone welcome.  ACBL Contest 1) Pat Ashby 2) Jean Coyle 3) B.J. Miller  July 20 -24  10em-Noon  BOYS e\ QIRLS 3 ��� 12  ChiliUan LIU j>���ainhlif  ����>��� S-aVSPUBa-a aWaf,V*"a* ��^"la**P*P"a"*a*a*a*-**W  730 School M.  trowel, ��NACtc��,ci��rT��,0Ai��e8  TofttnuHMrimona;  666-7107 or 666-9774  /IJRIANTS ROOFING & ATTIC VENTILATION^  -*" "���- -.aauuuaauj-. mmmrsn. aaa to . I till ���������AIM  fWWOt-INO SPICWUtTt ��� LEAK MPAIflt  ���lOMANCO' WtMLVMD ATTIC V1MTI  ��� KEEPS YOUR HOME COOL IN SUMMER  ��� PREVENTS CONDENSATION IN WINTER  BB LICENSED A INSURED-FREE ESTIMATES  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  1665-46661  PARTS  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K s C Ttiermoglass 4,  Cobra Boats now  In-Stock  m-  LANDSCAPING  SCELLANEOUS SERVICES  S & G TREE SERVICE  j  Topping ��� Trimming -Pruning ��� Bniih Chipper  Danger Tree Removal  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Years Experience  885-3897  SECHELT ��� GIBSONS U LOCK INC.  Gibsons: 886-0225 ��� Sechelt: 885-6422  "P*% fsusu ��a/ mimi. Cat Sue Matamftmtmt  MARINE SERVICES  UTHERLAND  ���SALES * ADVICE LTD���  BOX 342 Madeira Pa*, B.C. VON 2H0 M3-111�� 241*1.  FORCE  YANMAR  ��OAT TtVULEM  Magnaclurie Batteries  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  North Ho*., Gibaona 886-2912  COHRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  Eicluelvt 0ee*et��hlp lo the  -MiiMn Coast lor  Yamaha  Outboards.,  Exceptional quality  it an exceptionally I  low price.  r GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE)  " ~~~    "'ming  I Beams       t^LAJ  Custom Cutting - Planing  Bevel Siding - Posts & "  Chris Nappsr (SS-34S8  R.R.M, S6, C78,  ..Gibsons. B.C. VON 1V0  Yamaha's new  Stem Drive  COTTRELLS f1  POOLS & SPAS  PRECISE LEISURE PRODUCTS  prrenwtNOFiELD  Niton cow* atae. 4. ..am. Foot* ��� ���***���  MtaiT cowm rr.no. Ak,jmmmk  sownirsuw   m^amT^\  MT-sMt    tSrmmm.  Ten r-M tai'fUaaAm mk *  ^^M^aammiiajTaTB       mmm^  ftttaMe Water Taate  Pule, Senlee, Seaeeeerleej  by Wendy Haddock  There is no report for the  Monday twilight as it was  rained out.  Senior men's day June 30:  Thirty-eight golfers took to  the fairways under sunny skies  and played hidden partners.  First at 128 Ted Dobrindt and  Bobo Sagansky, second at 130  George Grout and Bob Hagar,  third at 132 John Willcock,  fourth at 133 Keith Jackson and  Bill Hawkins. K.P. and number  3, John Willcock, and number 6  Bobo Sagansky.  Ladles Day, June 25  Competition: pin round,  Low gross Moni Langham at  96, low net at 69 Joan Willcock, second low net at 70 Ev  Tapio, third low net saw a tie at  75 Verna Belland and Shirley  Dumma. The nine holers low  gross at 51 Wendy Haddock  low net Shirley Grout.  Mon Tinw Hi. KL  3:55    13.2  13 11:30     2.3  MO    7:15    14.9  Fri   Time Ht.Ft.  2:25  7:10  1:50  9:00  9.8  12.4  3.8  14.8  Tun Time Ht. Ft  12:30 11.3  14    4:45 13.0  TU  12:10 2.3  7:45 14.9  Set   Time Ht.Ft.  3:00 9.2  18    7:55 12.1  SA    2:20 4.7  9:25 14.7  Wed Time Ht.Ft.  1:10  10.9  15  5:35  12.8  WE  12:45  2.6  8:10  14.9  Sun  Tame  HI Ft.  3:40  8.45  2:55  9:45  8.5  11.7  5.8  14.6  Thurs Time Ht.Ft.  1:45  6:20  1:20  8:35  10.4  12.6  3.1  14.8  2  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  N*.'���"���Jgiffli**��?��!". ,,  1 hr. 40 mln. pkia S mln. fo. tach n. or rlM  and 7 nam. lo. each 11 ol llll  Pacific Standard Tinw  Tide Tables courtesy of  Pronto'S  FINE DINING RESTAURANTS  Gibsons ��� 886-8138 Sechelt ��� 885-1919  CUPS, SAVE  F3 bc ferries Schedule  VANCOUVER - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Lv. Langdale  6:20 am      2:30 pm  8:30 4:30  10:30 6:30  12:25pmM   6:20M  M denotes Maverick Bus  Lv. Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am       3:30 pm  9:30 M 5:30  11:30 7:25 M  1:15 pm       9:15  Lv. Earls Cove  6:40 am       4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  Lv. Saltery Bay  5:45 am       3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:25 M 7:30  11:30 9:30  GLASSFORD PRESS DESIGN STUDIOS  Contemporary graphic design for all your communication needs  ��� 886-8755 ���  CUP& SAVE  GIBSONS BUS SCHEOULE  ROUTE 1 via North Rd.. Seacoi.  Fletcher. Gower Pt.. FrankHn, Marine Dr.  Depart '5:45 am 1:45 pm Depart 8:14 am 4:11  Mall       7:45 3:45 Langdale 10:11      6:11  9:45 5:45 Ferry 12:11 pm 8:08  11:45 7:45 Terminal 2:08  'No 5:45 am run Sat., Sun. or Holiday*  NOTE: Shopper* Loop leave* Mall 10:45 am,  12:45 �� 2:45 pm, Mon.-Sat.  Information, comment* or suggestion* - 886-9318  ROUTE 2 via Pran Chasw kiiuj. Veteran  Hwy. 101, Wocataeek PK. SC Trailer Part  Depart    7:30 am 4:25   Arrive   7 45  Mall     -12:25 pm 6:20   Mall     12 45  4:40  6:40  ���12:25 p.m. route* via BonnWxook. Gower PI  NOTE: No 5:30 tun., 7:30 a.m. or 6:20 p.m.  service Sat. Sun or Holidays  llCUHMIt  nuciicte  1     A member  V               <*  INSUR,*."-'*".5  TRAVEL  Independent  886-2000  886--U55  Professionals  Had Carpal Service from Friendly Professionals in Sunnycrest Hall. Gibsons  }m^mmijtitmmimm  afaMH  mm  r. Coast News, luly 13, ll)*)2  S9'  Homes &  Pioperty  Pay for 2 inserts c����*' N��� <Mo"^> clasNs^ Fhdanys  <����?.* 4 insertsTJREE! m Sec>?eWaSces  T^imliU  ���.���.IHIS-., I|*l ISUII IIIVKt  Rd Estate. RiOJimenL  Mnaunii I .un hack  Kyiavunte  J K (.lim) \1unn>. SKS tiih-ams  886-2277  Lasqueii Island 20 acie oigamc.  homestead, gaidens. orchard.  1400 sq II. home $135,000  Phone 4/4-5935. SS  Lock Up 2000 House Package  AlloirJahility is now up lo you  We'll build you the Irame. complete with windows, eat doois,  siding, rooting and you finsisli Ihe  inside I level house 1125 sq It  $27,500. Rnacher 1200 sq it  $21,500. Bungalow 900 Si| II  $18,500 Build lot less llan $45 a  sq It It's lasl. inexpensive, high  quality, energy etlicienl and lun'  See completed house Phone  946-7655 Pagei 1-979-4544  ���26w  Panorama  Waler van Id laCrMngllon  Sound I anqddh-. if-nlk- ak>|H- lrr.,1  Appio. dimrri.K.n . 19 a ?l I'  r.cuiii wela-i Ovei l/?..l��  Seiviced wild iiiid.iq.i.iiii'l |n��v,f r  cnbkjviaion, walei. elc  Contact M. Ptappel  Sa:.raMlorSS*.;}49  Keats Island  Eailbourne  3 bdrm, lully lumished cabin on  large lol $49,500 Phone 886-  807601886-2561  ��27W  1/2 acie need lol Garden Bay,  close lo mannas A lakes No  agents. $45,000 866-8OI0.��28cn  1    Homes &  Property  14 bdrm, 2000 sq It unique home  on a private US acie lol Post a  beam oak lloois Irvoughout. 5 mm  walk liom beach & downtown  Roberts Cieek $175,000 By  ownei 886-9390 ss  Home on quiel, cul-de-sac. leasonable 885-9091. I?7W  WANTED ./- 3 bedroom house  large lol, quiel road, Roberls  Creek. Phone 886 8755. lv  mess, lor Brian.  TFNs  ���ACREAGE NEAR SECRET  COVE" Serviced, easy beach  access $67,500 1 224-6180  ss  Large Lol in Selina Park 3 bdrm.  2 balh. 2 l/p. A inlaw suile  $145.000885 5489evemngs   SS  2 12 acie seiviced loi lot sale,  neai Seciel Cove 224 6180   ss  View lot. watei. hydio. $46000  lirm Chamberlin A Cenlral. Gibsons 886 9049 SS  Stillwater. Soulh Powell Rivei  Basemenl home, view, beach,  $96,000 4879334 ss  Wateilronl 3 bdrm home plus  downstaiis. development potential i 3 acres with lower shell al  beach $199,000 885-5114 Jan  McKenna ss  By owner, 3 bdrm split level  home. 1 1/2 balhs. lamily rm.. dbl.  garage. 3 appis. A wood heater.  Located on 63'��96' lol in central  Gibsons Close lo all amemlies.  Z73 OShea Rd View by appoint-  menl only. Call 886-3940   ��28cn  Vew pioperty. Gibsons, Reed Rd.  by owner, close lo beach S terries. Phone 1-246-6584.    ��31cn  1     Homes 8.  Property  Oavner Wesl Sechelt immaculale  2 bdim home.. 5appls. diapes.  kuuiy carpels and extras laige  carpod, nalio. low upkeep, lo view  a ��... -non ..'9*  Handyman Special Davis Bay,  view 3 bdrm. 2 balhs. lueplace.  appis. $129.000.885-3572I29cn  Davis Bay Oulstanding view lol  on Bhjegiouse Road Backs onto  nee laim Seplic approved  $79,000 885 2186 I29cn  Sechell Village  $177,000 Gorgeous new 4 bdim,  3 balh. gas l/place, vaulted ceiling. 2 stoiey home with view.  Excellent neighbouihood 5616  Anchoi Open House Sundays 2  lo 4 p.m Phone 885-3572 I30cn  Homes &  Property  LMattliumiHoiiit'iin  Lu^'kiUiiik'Uidik'Xat,  Pti\*alc cstihlisl Rt 1  ^mkiiiunNmilrs,  .\0..|n>fcuK'i\i.upi  .UKlsniKklkiltli  $139,000  UUSVMWM^MKMIlti  MM MM  886*3714  THINKING  OF SELLING  _  'I dealkvk M it as tm\n<g or selling  houses I *oo* ��r il as helping peoplt  nctM0V9 *ti*t Ihey want txaf tM hit'  NO QUESTION AJOUI IT1"  CALL  KEN SHEARSMITH  8��,V��i277  stiff ns ��E��trr inc.  snorfSEDOsr secmit  885-5290  CLASSIFICATIONS  Home a Property  Births  Ohltuavtes  InMaaworlem  Thank You  Announcement  Recreation  Weddings t  Engagements  10. Lest  11. Found  12. Pats 4 Livestock  13. Musk  14. Travel  II. Wanted  1��. Free  17. Oarage Sales  11. Barter * Trade  1*.  Appliances  20. Furniture  21. For Sole  22. Heavy Equipment  23. Autos  24. Trucks  25. Campers  2*. Marine  27. Mobile Homes  21. Motorcycles  21. Wanted to Rent  30. Bed and Breakfast  31. For Rent  32. Commercial for Rent  33. Entertainment  34. Help Wanted  31. Business snd Homs  34. Work Wanted  37. Child Cere  3*. ButlmssOpportunttles  M. Legal  4*. TooLatotoCleesary  onoPorrvooB  Coast News  Monday Edition  t Foui bdrms.. 3 baths, view home.  Yachl Rd., Selma Paik. wood and  elec. heal. $185,000.885-9748.  1240 sq. il. doublewioe. like new.  mobile c/w carport asking  $59,900. Open weekend. 1102-  1413 Hwy 101. Wesl Gibsons ���  Sutton Group ��� Senlinel Really  623-5116 (24hrs). ��7w  Sale by ownei. Langdale 3 bdrm.  2 storey, 1200 sq. It., quiet, dead  end street, sundeck. carport,  dnve ui garage, excellent ocean-  view. 3 Nocks to terry and school,  bright open design kilchen. living  I dining room. Clean S well mainlained. $168,000.886-8258.  mien  Ocean A Mountain view, new  home in Oceanmount Estates,  Gibsons, 2300 sq. II, 3 bdim, 3  bathrooms, open concept, view ol  Keals, Gull 4 Norlhshore mountains. Asking $245,000. Call 886-  9044. ��30w  4 bdims, 3 baths, view home,  Yachl Road, Selma Paik. Wood  and electnc heal. $165,000. 885-  9748 ��30cn  1/2 acie soulh lacing lol, 120'  liontage��195' on southwood, in  Welcome Woods. Futuie walei  view potential. $45,000. 885-  4804. ��30cn  At any of our convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 8832888  AC BUILD1NO SUPPLIES 8839551  In Halfmoon Bay  BAJ STORE 885-9435  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 885-9721  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Slrecl 885-3930  **    In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  (behind Docksidc Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Becisilion ��� Rllir.mmt  * Relocation  FRKK  CATALOOUK  568f Cowrie Si , Box 1219  Sechell. BC VON 3A0  885-3211 FAX 815-2899  Van Toll Fiee 614-1018  Redioolls area on 6 acres. Private and lovely 2 storey cedar  home. 1500 sq. fl. Blight, newly  linished, 3 bdrms, 1 1/2 baths,  decks. $164,900.885-7492.l28cn  New quality built home, YMCA  Rd., Langdale, 3 bdrm.up ensuite,  .soaker tub, angle showei, corner  'Sink. Main bathroom combination  | bath/shower unit, 2 bdim. down-  'stairs wilh bathioom tub/shower.  Laige utility room, rumpus room,  2 cai gaiage. 665-4616,865-2735  eves. ss  Langdale, by ownei, attractive  1056 sq. It. 2 bdrm. bungalow on  83'<163' lot. 690 sq. It. linished  bsmt., 2 FP, insert in bsml. New  double windows and carpel, carport and cedar siding exterior.  666-9290. I27SS  For Salt  Well mainlained building zoned  commeicial in conjunction with  residential. Presently used lor  assembly loi further details call  885-5693 evenings.        ��29cn  For Sale by Owner  4937 Arbutus Drive, Davis Bay,  1854 sq. It. single level view  home on Ul basement. 3 bdrm, 3  baths, prof, landscaped, Low  maintenance yaid, appraised al  $220,000 Price reduced to  210,000 No GST. Phone 865-  4500 lor appointment to view.  Open house Sunday July 12,1-  3pm. I29cn  48' x 330' of prime low bank  waterlront in Gibsons Harbour  near Gibsons Marina. Housa  needs repair but could be fixed  up lor recreational or rental use.  Properly zoned Tourist Commercial (C-2). Double garage plus  storage shed. (189,500. Phone  Jennifer 1-689-7070. ss  ll? acie lot Lohn Rd, Redioolls.  conliolled subdivision. $49.:nn I-  228-9680 ss  Looking lo teliie neai Beach Ave.  Robeits Creek 885-7685 �� 929-  0630 i29w  Soames I acre view lot, attractive  two bedioom home with lovely  suntoom. nicely landscaped  Close lo beach I terry. $129,500  866-2162. ss  Private sale - Veteians Rd .  $129,900.110x75 lol, 3 bdims. I  112 balhs, lenced yaid, close lo  everything 866-2785 or message  686-7012, No Agenls.       ��29W  OPENS 2-4 pm, July 4,5.11.12.  Walertro.il Gibsons Ulull This 2/3  bdim home offers spectaculai  views, beautilul beach, 3 cai  gaiage. Live-in oi use as summer  cottage ��� great potential lor future  development' 358 Avalon Diive  Asking {289,000. Bell Realty Ltd  Lois Millinglon 926-7631. |24his)  886-9206. I26w  2 rare view acreages  These 5 acre parcels are within  10 min. wak lo Saigeanl Bay,  Marine Paik . Less than to min  diive to Sechelt. An architect's  dream, this baulous view piopedy  lends ilseJf to west coast living al  il's best. As (Ns 5 acre subdivision  becomes established expect values to rise rapidly For serious  inquiries Cellar Vintneis Lid.  $92,000 Firm. 946-7655 or pager  1-979-4544 I28w  Building lol, Shaw Rd., one block  from shopping centie. 60'x120'  zoned loi single dwelling or  duplex, $59,500. Phone 886-  8550. ��?BW  In Granthams 2 bdim house with  a gieal view, new deck and veiy  private backyard. $129,900. No  agenls 886-4515. i28w  Robeils Cieek - 4.64 acies.  House, 2 bams, yeai round creek,  super natural yet close lo eveiylhing. Trades welcome $229,000.  Sulton Group. Excel. 298-5215  Hilde.  MOBILE HOME SALES  Biand new modulat homes, Single I double wides lor your lol or  pad. Custom orders avail. Competitive pricing. For information  call Nick Proach 685-6340. I26w  Lot tor sale. Shaw Rd, 60x120  zoned R3. No agents. 886-7666.  I28w  Waterlront Wesl Sechelt, Trail  Island view, 104' x 280' .865-  7665. ��29cn  | Wanled: Waterlront propedy with  lor without structure, privacy and  southern exposure important. Porpoise Bay preferred but not necessary Maximum $100,000. Call  Vancouvei 732-7435.      ��29cn  New 3 bdrm, 1400 sq. It. with  mortgage helper down. Tralee  Place $179,900 call Craig 886-  2352. I29w  12   Pets &  Livestock  Congialulalions Bill McGivetn.  Vou finally caught a salmon.  'Bout lime'! Dick Blakn-ian 28cn  Aie you a woman in an unhappy  leialionshtp. do you need lo talk"*  Call Ihe Sunshine Coatt Trantl-  tlon HouH lor conlidenlial 24 hi.  service 8852944 TFN  Palm Readings - accuiale, discreet, intoimative Contact Flira-  belhal 886 2980 ��26W  TAROT TEAOINGS by: 'The  Sensitive' Maunne Pally Appis.  666-3140 t?8w  Private Counselling loi individuals, couples and families. For  appis Conlacl Mary Lang (MSW-  RSWIal 686-8916. MOcn  Announcement  MASSAGE THERAPY piactice  opening David Dressier. R.M.T.  Gibsons Health Cenlre. 686-3622  30w  Hummingbird Creations Crafts,  tancy T-shirts, vesls, leather earrings, bags 8 Indge magnets. 925  Davis Rd, Cindy's Place. Open  l0-3pni or phone 686-3967 until  9:00pm tor an appl. Behind  Cedais Inn. Gibsons. Opening  Day. July 24. Free cookies S collee. Taking orders "28cn  Maty Kay Cosmetics has a skin  care program lor every lype of  skin - excellenl moistuiizeis,  glamour and body care. Ellory  Robertson 886-7802.  30w  Wi buy beer bottles and bear  cam, paying SO ��/doz. 816-  8039. TFN  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  3    Obituaries  CURRIE - Daniel Stuart ol Totem  Lodge passed away peacefully on  July 6, 1992 at the age ol 67  years. Survived by Ns loving lamily wile Doreen:daughler Kathy  (Mark) Lyden of Hallmoon Bay;  brother Don (Jeannie) ol North  Vancouvei; sister Agnes (Bill)  Ward ol Deep Cove; Nephews  Glenn ol Autralia and Ross ol  Deep Cove. No funderal by  request. In lieu of flowers donation to a Charity of one's choice  would be appreciated. Devlin  Funeial Home in Care of arrangements.   BERDAHL- Betly (Nee Older-  shaw) Passed away July 9/1992.  Survived by husband Herb, sons  Herb a Ron, predeceased by son  Phillip; Daughters Julie, Charlene,  Penny 1 Anne. Also two brothers  Reg J Bill, one sister Grace. Also  grandchildren Kenneth, Keilh a  Carlin. Netccs Lynne McFariane S  Rita Willoughby. Donalions lo  Cancer Society or Sunshine  Coasl Hospice Society. Memorial  service to be held Tues, July 14,  1992 at Devlin Funeral Home.  Thank You  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7863,24 houi line.       TFN  Does someone in your lamily  have a drinking problem? Call Al-  Anon 666-9903. 685-7484, 886-  9059. Al-Aleen 866-2565.    NC  Summer sign language or tutoring 666-6286. ��29W  Join the Refotm Party foi a new  Canada. 865-5666. *30W  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Environment  Friendly Paints    ?." 1  in All *y  Colours Ol ,    ';'//  The Remboi,    4,     ' '/ .  Including Green SA     f,lf  A Bus. 885*2923  Res. 885*5058'  Adult children of Alcoholics oi dis-  funclional families please call  686-3849 or 885-4622 for help.  NC  EARLY FRENCH IMMERSION  L'Ecole Passe Parlout, Camp  Douglas Roberls Creek - enrol  now for K $ 1. Into call Robbin  685-6779, Allison 865-5363.H31W  LOG ENDS  by container  load  886-7033  WILSON CREEK NURSERY  Grand Opening. Off Field Rd. on  Gun Club Rd. Open July 10th 8  a.m. -8 p.m. 665-7699.     ��27w  Brookband Farm - 679 Henry Rd.  Will be Open starting July 11th for  the sale ol veggies elc. Houis 9-2.  Saturdays. I27w  Special Thanhs  lo Raven'* Cry Theatre  far donating the nne  of their theatre A  wonderful piano  from th, plan, .1uHenta  lanlreSorawy  Leam to scuba dive. Professional  instructors. Full Padi Certification.  Seasport Scuba. 885-9630  TFN  \ Green budgie vicinity Lower Rd.,  Rbts. Ck. Reward 886-9685.  Imboi  Keys with flashlight at S.C.C.U.  Gibsons branch, claim within.  2801  12   Pets &  Livestock  Hay] Hay! Bay!  vantoveon  flay Sales  Saturday  July 25th  JaendDB EDingtiam  eK9069 v \mmm  FREE BUNNIES! 885-5239. 30w  llorseshow Featuring $500 barrel  race. July 25,2 pm. Lisa Whitman  will hold a barrel racing clinic July  22.23,24.866-2205,886-2966.  29w  HEMLOCK/BALSAM  WOOD SHAVINGS - lor horse  bedding (no cedar). Gibsons  Sand 1 Gravel, 866-8511 eves.  865-2008. TFN  Fiee, healthy kittens, black with  white markings. Call 866-8070.  ���30w  Hoise show featuring $500 Barret  race, 2pm, July 25. Lisa Whitman  will hold a barreil racing clinic July  22/23*24.886-2205 01886-2966.  ��28cn  Beachcomber  Dos Groomine  Big or Small - We do Ihem all!  Clip, Bathing a  Flu Dip  Cortllkad Dog Qroomer  886-8191   Kelly Fieenvan Krom  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then S Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716 or Mariee Fashions.     NC  Help reduce the pet overpopulation problem - spay or neulei your  pel. NC  Mate Multlpoo, 1 yr old All shots  I neutered. 666-7224.      ��26w  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  #  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Aladdin lamp; older style briefcase; slide projector, 40-channel  CB radio. Petei 886-8527. ��29W  Top $ paid for military ilems.  Rifles, bayonets, badges, medals.  886-7591. I29cn  Stove and Iridge $200-$3go. 886-  9826. <30cn  Canopy oi lighl camper for small  pickup. 883-9987  ��29cn  Used canoe, 16 ft. fibreglass preferred. In good cond. 885-7651  ��2Bcn  10' Culvert - 6'-8', leasonable.  866-9047. ��29w  18   Barter & Trade  CENTRELINE  PERFORMANCE  Swap autobody woik and paint lor  cars, boats, cash oi whatever  Interesting moved to 886-0972  30w  19   Appliances  Cellular phone $300. inverlei  $200. Gibsenelectric gutar $400  firm, 4 HP Merc longshatl $400.  To view 990 Chaster Rd after 6  pm or call 1-977-9969.        30w  ���RENO SALE* Int. Doois  w/liames and haidwi. $30 -  Biloldsitiack and haidwi. $25 -  Misc. alum windows $50 up - Dbl  s/s sink $60 ��� 6' recessed lights  $10 ��� 36"x64" solid coie dooi  w'steel frame A hardwr. $100 -  dooi closet $25.685-3363.   28w  1,20011. new cedai 1x8 select  channel siding, pie-slained (908  txue-giay) $800 O.B.O. Aluminum  extension ladders (new) 32', $65 -  36', $185.663-2862.  2 Ben  Chrome kilchen sel $150,4 drawer bedroom dressei $50, locking  easy chaii $75, end lable $20,  typewriter and melal table $50,  folding balhioom mirror $35, loot-  stools $10.666-4542.        28cn  H.D. car puller M.H type $1,200  O.B.O. 886-0916 30w  Brilco ollice trailer 35x10' used 6  months. $8,000-Call Tom at 865  5618.  30w  ok) single treadle sewing machine  in good woiking order. $90 O.B.O.  22 cu. fl. Ireezer. $150.984-6864.  ���29W  Fridge and slove, $500 OBO.  885-6059 aft. 6pm. I29W  Hotpoinf Dryer $75, Hotpoinl  washer, working order, FREE.  666-2801. ��28cn  20. Furniture  TkeK aiut Raw  TwittUmc  Hwy,, 101  GIBSONS  88M716  High back chesterfield and chair  grey green. $400.886-9996.28cn  2 sets ol living loom solas, chairs  and footstools 1 set beige $200,  1 set blown floral pattern $350 -  All Items in excellenl condilion.  885-7602.  30w  Gieen hide-abed. $250. 886-  2967. #29cn  Couch, loveseal A chaii. Gold A  rusts, floral design. Excellent  shape. $350.866-3211.    ��28cn  Custom made deck furniture,  plenty to choose from. Top of hill  on Cemetery Rd. Phone 666-  2902alt.6pmorB86-7085.��29W  Cheslerlield and large chair with  ottoman. Spotless. $400 OBO.  885-5817. ��29cn  Comfortable redinei. 3 positions.  Brown. Vinyl/acrylic. Good condilion. $125.686-8866.        ��29w  Oueensize bed, like new, $200  060.685-9249. ��28W  Bauhaus Rattan - Hide a bed.  $125,885-7245. MOcn  Household affects induce Piano,  antique dining lable. Phone 883-  2562 or 883-2400. ��30cn  17. Garage Sales      ll21   For Sale  MOVING SALE July 25 1 26,  2601 lowei rd Roberts Cieek, 10  am - 4 pm. 29w  July 18119. Firrst time garage  sale. 9-4 pm 1523 Henderson,  Roberts Creek. 28w  July 18. 19. 25, 26 Aug 1.2 1116  FaliviewRd. 10-4 pm.       30w  Garage Sailing? Need a break?  Cappuccino on the sundeck.  Shadow Baux Lane, Sechell.  ���29cn  Sal, July 18, 10-2pm. Chuich  mutli-family 599 Gower Point Rd.  ���28cn  Mutli-family, Sat A Sun, 18 S 19,  10-4pm, 3885 Richards Road,  Roberts Creek, off Marlene.  Something loi everyone.   I28cn  MOVING: 5609 Tiail Avenue,  Sechell. Sat, July 18, 10-3pm,  Furniture etc. K8cn  Moving sale, Sat. July 18,10:00  am, 4546 Rondeview Road, off  Francis Peninsula Raod. Madeira  Park. I28cn  Gas lawnmower $45.886-9676.  2801  Diaper Service Stock. Good buys  on babykins diapei nikky pants,  10 gall, pails and moie. 866-6329.  26cn  7x4 wooden utility traier, large  wheels $300 O.B.O. Whirlpool  washing machine $100 O.B.O.,  large melal desk $50, letter size  tiling cabinet $15. $686-632928cn  Household goods. Savings  machine, typewriter, wooden  table, renei chair and misc. 885-  3964. 33w  Firewood - Alder $85; Hemlock  $95; Fir $105; awesome cord,  tree delivery. 886-9372       30w  Aiico Gas lurnace Good cond.  $315 885-6276 fn  ~ MLE  8' cedar 4x4's. $6 each. 685-  5031. ss  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compad, lighl weight, ergonomlc  design grip belt, $650 OBO. 866-  7097. ss  28cn  Floal house, 750 sq. fl. one  bdim., piopane appliances, wood  heat, $12,800 OBO. 885-1942. ss  SAWDUST Hemlock/Balsam loi  gardening and horse bedding.  Cedar and bark mulch for other.  Gibsons Sand t Gravel Ltd. 886-  8511 eves. 865-2008.        TFN  SATELLITE SALES  Gieen Onion Earth Station  884-5240  TFN  4' PVC solid oi pedorated pipe,  $10; ABS 4: $20; 3: $15; 2: $10; 1  1/2', $6, all 10' lengths, will deliver. 886-9033. TFN  CEDAR SHAKES A LUMBER,  any size. Will custom cut. 885-  5669 or 885-5601. TFN  USED RAILWAY TIES lor retaining walls.; Unscreened lopsoil  $110 load. 886-8204.  ss  Anything Give us a make A  model * il required, how much  you wanl lo spend. Well try our  besl. 886-9033. TFN  Clarke TB21 commercial lloor  scrubber t stripper. Exc. lor large  stores or mall. Battery operated.  $1900.885-9068 ss  Universal gym - Weight Lifting  Equipment. $125.886-3211.  men  GOOD GREEN HAY  $500 BALE  DELIVERED. PHONE 885-9357  TFN  MACINTOSH  Mac SE wilh 2.5 MB memory and  20 MB hard drive, $1100. 886-  3483. I29W  COMPUTERS WANTED  School District 146 Is Interested In  purchasing used Apple Macintosh  Plus (oi newei) compuieis. Leave  message foi John Reynolds al  866-9870. I29W  Golf clubs, darkroom I camera  equipment, bras glass fireplace  screen, misc. furniture. Best offer  ��� will lake. 865-8895.        I2BW  FIREWOOD  Split A Delivered  885-5032  ���28W  1980 Chev Classic Wagon; 1977  Goidwing, lots ol chiome, 7.5 oulboaid motoi; sofa hide-a-bed;  lazyboy recllner; collee table.  ���28W  Cheslerlield J chaii, $375; love  seat, $175; collee A malching end  tables. $250; over the stove  microwave, $300.886-3824.  New  Small Iruck canopy good condl-  tion. $300 OBO. 886-6005. ��29cn  Ralntow lent trailer $350. Phone  663-9473. |29cn  Three piece wall unit, oak finish,  $900; antique dresser w/mirror,  $300.6845-3103. I27W  Eirtenslon ladder, $54; lire screen,  $20; coffee table, $10; utility cupboard, $40; matching fable lamp,  $10; and much more. 886-2077.  I28W  25'x12' hard twist carpeting,  camel colour; air light heater CSA  approved; DW; Venetians, dusty  rose; above stove microwave with  Ian A light. 885-9820.      ��8cn  Wa Can Sail It For Youi Consignment Sale furniture appliances and sporting goods. Ciatl us  and find om more. 6BM225.  HOW Coast News, July 13, 1992  17  Take Atlitttitttfif of our JVew Ctosslfied Aa Specittl  Run your classified ad 6 times,  and pay Jot9 only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  21   For Sale  Parker Hale 2100 Mainland 30 06  cal wilh Leopold scope. $600  886-7591. ss  Raspberries ��� Fresh oi Frozen.  Orders Taken. U-Pic. Sal 8 Sun  886-2932. lje��  Elect. Lawnmowei $50. alum,  staii railing, ofleis. skillsaw $29  crabtrap $10.885-6239.    I'Ucn  Wood heatei. glass dooi. gold  plated. $1200 New. Asking $750.  New prop. Iris 80 hp Meicury  685-7251. I28cn  DOWN TO EARTH  Top qualify baik mulch, topsoil.  mushroom manuie delivered or  you pick-up, also, concrete  pavers Ramon 865-7692 ��26cn  Cokt drink vending machine $300  OBO, Phone 686-9011. Maureen  l2Bw  Aiboiile table, 4 swivel chaiis.  $65; Dynaslar 165 cms, $50;  sizes 7 15 womens ski bools,  $20, $26.885-9526. ��29W  Canopy tits lull size pickup. Gem.  top, $250.885-3881.        (28cn  Two carseats. $20 A $45;  microwave sland. $60; baby  change table, $75.886-9204.  I29W  Boys wetsuit, XS. age 11-14  Whiles black/blue, like new, $160;  12 sp. Noico Alpine, gd. cond.;  Onza bar-ends, Acerbis lender,  $125; Suzuki FA50 moped, exc.  mileage, gd. cond., $400. 886-  9096. ��29W  5000 wail Coleman geneiator. 8  HPBS, 3 months old. $625 OBO.  866-7372. ss  Womens pathfinder 5 speed bike  1 yeai old $100, tasco telescope  A tiipod zoom, 30 lo 90 power  $75,886-8226. ��28w  Diyei - while $150, washer ���  green $150 OBO. New waler filler  (UV A carbon) $385 (save $150)  683-2750. ��29cn  1974 Ford camperized van, 1984  Honda 750 Shadow ladies Noico  mountain bike, mens' 'Kokanee'  mountain bike. 885-2158. Mornings. ��29cn  Ride-on lawnmowei. 8 hp. $450.  685-3842 #29cn  Baycresl energy savings dishwasher $75 OBO, large pet carrier $50.685-7988. *29cn  20' Candle TV, remote control,  $150,886-9047. ��29w  QUALITY SCREENED TOPSOIL  Pender Harbor area. Kerry, 683-  2154 or Ron 883-1136.     ��29cn  2 peach bathroom mats, double  swag shower curtain, poul val-  lance A window curtains lo maich  $75. New Reg. $150. Royal Albert  China, Centennial Rose, tea sel.  Value $800 will sell lor $350.666-  0066. I27w  Home-made Odyessey. 1969-92  Ranger Bush bar * lights. New.  $300 Firm. 3 3/4 Ford brake  drums. $100 all. 665-5443. ��29w  Piano. Like new. Beautiful tone.  Ebony professional. Upright. 886-  2579. I30vn  Upright vac $25; Cheslerlield $75;  love seal $50; Chair $30; aulo  bike rack $30; X Country skiis and  00tes$40 885 2151. ��30cn  Parker t Hole 30.06,3x9 Bushnell  scope. Marlln 444s Winchester,  Oueen size waterbed, Bentwood  rocker. 885-5467. ss  Full lowered Bi fold closel doors,  various sizes. $15-20.666-2673.  MOcn  Homelile mulching mowei. Sell  propelled. Brand new 2 mos ago.  Cost $614. Sacrifice al $375.685-  0696. MOcn  2 cushioned chesterfield, gold  cotoi, high back $85.686-3129  MOcn  Black leather pants, like new,  ladies size 10. Inseam 30.5, plus.  $150060883-2990.       MOcn  ladies 15 speed mountain bike.  excellent condition. S150. 863-  9114 day. I29cn  22. Heavy  Equipment  eM  22   Heavy  Equipment  1976 JD 410 backhoe, gd  cond, $12,900 886-7372, 885-  5730 I29W  1973 JO 450 Track loader sell or  Irade. For tools ot buildings supplies. $3995 686-4679.     MOcn  John Deete Cal 440c-winch. veiy  good condilion. $6000.866-8087.  ��30w  955 CAT loader $10,000 885-  2503 ss  John Deere 440 Skidder dry  machine,$11,000.885-3670.  I26W  1974 Datsun 2602 alpine sleieo,  mags, spinner hubs. Pirelli ties,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 886-7376 ss  1969 Dodge Omni 36,000 kms.  PT. wananly. $4500 OBO. 886-  8922 ss  1990 Ford Aeroslai, XL 7 passenger A-1 condilion, $14,900. 866-  8481. ss  8B Mercury Topaz, like new,  $5590.886-2633 or 886-7464. ss  1986 Pontiac 6000 4 dr., 4 cyl.,  auto., PS/PB, powei dr. locks.  AC. AM/FM sleieo. $4995 OBO.  686-211101886-9018. ss  CASH PAID  For Some Can And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  8)6-2020  TFN  1973 Supei Beelle. $2500 OBO.  863-9234.  ss  I960 Camaio 305 auto., T-Tops,  Rally rims, $2600. 885-7113.  1979 Dalsun 210 wagon, good  lunning cond., $700 OBO. 885-  5492. ss  981 Fold Granada as is. $500  OBO. 686-6095. TFNs  1976 New Yorker, A-1 cond.. low  mileage $900 OBO 686-9025 ss  Used Camaio T-Top, $495 for Ihe  sel. wilh covers, 666-9500 anytime, ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhausl. Mechanically sound,  $2400 OBO. 665-1943.  ss  j Towing  fully  Insured  Old car recycling  Cash for H2-92 cars  and clean runners  Free lick-up  886-7227   ctt'  BOBCAT &    ^  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments Available  DAY, WEEK, MONTH  886-8538 220-8767  Bobcal lor sa'e $4000.6664666.  Cat after 5:00pm. KO��  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  ini/exl., rebuilt engine A transmission. Priced lo sell $3650 Call  886-6510 after 6:00 pm.        ss  1961 AMC, auto, good cond. No  rusl. $2250 OBO 885-1942.    ss  1977 Volvo DL, rusly, reliable,  new parts. $500 OBO 885-1942.  1971 LandRovei - 66 completely  rebuilt. $7500 OBO. PTO Avail.  863-2669. ss  1979 Buick Century station  wagon, $1500.885-7023. I28cn  1975 Triumph TR7, excellenl condilion, new dual exhausl, radial fa  low profile lires. Sacrifice $3600  or Irade up or down foi family size  car or 11 it, campei. 865-9068. ss  '70 POWER WAGON New tires,  brakes, good motor. $2500. 885-  9357 TFN  F/G Dune Buggy. Runs good and  looks good. Lots of new parts.  Ready lot summer tun! Car is in  Gibsons. $4300 OBO. 271-7199.  12801  1987 CRX excellent cond., $7500  OBO. 865-8895 01883-2145.  I2BW  '85 Tempo lot pails, damaged  front right, otherwise very good  cond.. ofleis. 885-4116.     I26W  1981 Buick Skylark, very good  cond., new Iront tiies, biakes.  866-3366. ��28W  1966 Escort. Top condilion. $950  just spent on new dutch, brakes,  mufller, etc. Compression exc.  AM/FM cass, good radiais, no  rust. 106,000 kms. Records available. $2300. 886-4790 or 666-  9147. ��29cn  1957 Volkswagon Beetle ��� Resfor-  able condition. Best oflei over  $1100.885-7167. ss  Mechanic's Special - 77 Toyota  Corolla, 105,000 kms, body OK  $475. Gvy 883-2750.        ��29cn  1987 Toyola Tercel, peppy, eco-  nomkal, excellent cond'rtion. 885-  5607. ��29cn  1961 Mack Camaro, $2500 OBO.  686-3290 or 886-3780.     ��29W  1981 Ford Escort, $1000. 886-  8648. ��29W  1988 MUSTANG GT  Loaded, like new. 25.000 ks. one  owner, a real gem $10,500 Firm.  665-2544 ss  1986 Foid Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6.  aulo/od. 4 door. exc. cond  $7,495 886-7520or 886-2111.SS  1977 Porsche 924 S, silver, sunroof. 4 cyl Have all receipts since  new $4000 OBO. 883-2756.l28cn  '81 Firebird, new lires, engine,  painl, exhausl, etc A steal at  $2600.886-3140.  I28W  UNDER $1001  i979.VtlChevf.sfd  1977 GMC van 305 V8  1960 Sunbird 6/auto  1972 Scamp 67 auto  1979 Muslang 4/ sld  1961 Citation 6/auto  Dealers leasing 886-7227   ��28w  1981 Buick Skylark, very good  cond. new front tiies. biakes  $1800 666-3368 (29w  1961 Capri 6 cyl. aulo. suniool.  am/lm casselle. asking $2500.  1973 VW Supei beelle $2800  OBO 865-4019 H28cn  1981 Dodge Omni. As is $300  OBO. 665-7968. ��29cn  1988 Giand Am. AM/FM sleieo  tape sel. luel injection, luggage  rack extended ASA wananty -  asking $8500 call Heather 886-  2352. I29w  1977 Porsche 924 S, Silver, sunrool. 4 cyl. Have all receipts since  new $4000 OBO. 883-2756.t28cn  1987 Meic. Topaz, lull loaded,  beauty fiom Ihe desert. $6,500.  863-2451. I29cn  7B Honda Civic, excellent condition. $650.665-2397.        ��30cn  '82 Honda Civid 4 di, hatchback,  light gieen, 60,000 miles, good  lunning condition. Some lust  $1500. Phone 886-8056.   MOcn  1970 Ford Maverick $295 or lor  parts. 665-6015. Belore 6pm.  ���30cn  1980 Honda Accord halchback.  Good lunning condition. $975  OBO. 865-5686. MOW  1975 Cuslom valianl slanl 6. auto,  power steering, good lires. clean, ���  musl see. $750. 885-2309.MOcn  1985 Honda Prelude, only 85,000  kms $7800 Diana B86-8I07 oi  886-9408. TFN  1967 Toyola Fourrunner, 5 speed  $11,000 Good condilion. 866-  3936. ��31w  1978 Black Chevelle, clean,  cheap, a musl sell. $550 OBO.  886-0972 ��28cn  1984 Suzuki Samuii $3900.  86,000 kms, exc. cond. 685-7930.  12801  CLEAROUT  $999  or LESS  80 CHEVETTE  80 ASPEN  80VOLARE  78 CHEVETTE  77 ASPEN  77 OMEGA  76 ARROW  75 DART  74 MAZDA  MIKE PLIMLEY  CENTURION AUTO  5645 Wharl Rd., Sechelt  885-4004 ��  1990Escort LX, ps, pb, air conditioning, am/lm, 15,000 miles.  Excellent condition. $6,995. 886-  4064. (30w  1978 Buick Lesabre, excellenl  condilion. $450 OBO 865-3299  MOW  1975 Honda Civic, running condition, $500 OBO. 886-0916 MOw  1987 Camiy LE, stnd, 91,000  kms, excellent condition. $12,300.  886-7074. MOw  1986 Fiero GT. V6, 4 spd, sunroof, deluxe am/lm cassette, exc.  cond. $7500 OBO 886-3097 or  686-7X1 (message)       M1cn  79 Ford 12 passengei van, V8  auto good cond. $3295 OBO.  886-75200*886-2111. ss  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 ton  pick-up, 4.3 line V6, PS/PB,  61,000 km., box mat, toolbox,  $6700. 6652636,8857413.   ss  1965 Bionco II 4X4, aulo.. CD  player, gd cond. $7500 OBO.  Days 686-9332 alt 7 eves. 666-  2983 ss  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van. parts. 885-5102. ss  1989 GMC Tracker, 4 wheel  dnve. 5 speed. Hardtop $9000.  886-4599 ss  1981 Foid F250, 4x4 wilh lock  box $5500 666-4599 ss  1979 black Ford F-100, V6. std..  PS/PB. tilt, mags, no rust, luns  greal, $3200.885-7214.    I2BW  Reduced' 1987 SI5 Chev Box  liner, tape deck $4700080 885-  3982 ��29cn  1990 Mazda cab plus, while, 5  spd. sunrool. box liner $9500.  885-4862. SS  78 Jeep, pick up 4x4. $650 OBO.  Deal. Runs good. Eveiylhing  works. 685-9526. I30cn  1989 Mazda B2200 pu lyruck,  31,000 mi/50.000 kms, Exc cond.  H.D. bumpei, lonneau covet.  Alarm $7000.886-7098.    ��?8cn  1966 Land Rovm$1250. 886-  3854 MOw  Chev 3/4 Ion, new largel 350,  new brakes. $2000 OBo, 886-  0918. MOw  1975 Chev pu, 350, 4 spd, good  running condition. $550 OBO 886-  3097 01686-7X1 (message)  Mien  70 Powerwagon 4X4, big block  363 Std., post., new tires, susp. lift  $2500 OBO 685-9357        TFN  1979 Dodge ambulance, proprane  ��� lully equipped sirens and lights.  686-7859. I29W  1985 Bionco II 4X4 V6 auto.,  powei windows, locks steering A  brakes, clean, good condition,  $7800 OBO. 886-6871 all. 4pm.  I28W  1979 Piopane Dodge Van, gd.  cond, $3000.886-7848.    H2BW  1985 Dodge Ram, 4 W dr. W150,  $7100.886-6685.  25. Campers  ��29cn  10 1/2 It. Camper, Iridge, slove,  sleeps 4. lacks $1800.885-5571  ��29cn  I960 Motorhome, 19II. ps, ciuise,  new engine, fully equipped exc.  cond. $13,200.886-2062. ��29cn  33' Kuslom Koach deluxe traitor  Fridge/freezer, propane cook lop,  wall oven, miciowave. lurnace. aii  conditioner, full awning, completely lumished and ready to roll. Very  low mileage. $13.500.683-9371.  ��29cn  23 II. 1978 Terry Travel Trailer,  excellenl condilion, sleeps six.  Oven and slove. 3 ways, Iridge,  separate bathroom wilh tub and  showei $6500 Phone 866-8056.  MOcn  19' Aljo Travel nailer, redone,  floor/fridge needs work $2750.  886-9047. ��29w  1975-27' Campeiized bus.  Piopane luel, good condilion,  $12,000 OBO. B85-3982.   MOcn  27 It 1982 Komlort trailer, mint  condilion, Iravel or use as perma-  nenl home. All comlorts 886-8198  loi appl. lo view $10,800.  MOcn  Tenl trailer, Slarcrall sleeps 6.  Excellenl condilion. Asking  $4400.886-7923. MOcn  1967 Elate moloi home. Chev 30,  350 moloi. low mileage, sleeps 4,  excel cond. Owner asking  $21,500,885-7815 MOcn  1975 Winnebago, low miles,  mech sound $11000 OBO 886-  0918 MOw  For Renl: 13' Bolei travel trailer by  week oi weekend. 885-5307.  MOcn  1971 171/2 Soulh paik Tiavel  trailer, sleeps 6, Iridge, 3 burner  slove. oven br with port a potty,  luinace. Good condition. $2500.  885-6609. MOcn  IB ft. Bellboy hardtop, 120 Merc,  in/out boaid, trim labs, VHF, CB,  sounder, bail lank, lull canvas,  exlias.tiailei, $5500.883-9059 ss  1981 20' double Eagle hatdlop  200 HP Volvo 280 leg. (H-6). Gibsons Manna. $17,500 886-2694  St  14' canoe. $250: 12' day sailor  fibreglass. jib and mainsail - bow  sloiage, $750.885-3570.   I29W  18 fl. Glasspar/head, $1500.886-  19261. ��29W  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9 9-20 30-40-50-70 HP 1989  1990 Evmrudes. Excellenl condition. Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.  TFN  Yes' There is a reliable local  propelloi repair service. 885-  5278. TFN  19' Aluminum LS boal, rebuilt 440  Cry. 10 hrs. hull exc. cond. many  extras $15,000 OBO. Mike 886-  2751. ��29cn  68 HP Marine diesel. 2.1 geai  hydraulic, completely rebuilt by  allied engine $4,500 Davidson  17D sailboat (needs TLC) new  sails induded. $2,500. Two mustang Commodore lloaler coals as  new. Medium and large $40 each  and more maiine goodies. 663-  9401. I29cn  19 It. Champion Hard top, cuddy-  cabin, lull canvas. Powered by  896 Mercruiser, Iresh water  cooled. 5 litre V8/198 HP. very  low hours, used mostly lor  mooching, perlect condition, clean  inside t out. Asking $11,000.  865-5025. I29cn  12 It. aluminum boat $600, 10 ft.  Plywood boat $65 885-7167.  ss  12' Mirrocrall. 25 HP, Merc,  calkins nailer, accessories, $3500  OBO. 685-7214. I28W  19' Inboard Clinker runaboul. very  lasl and in top condition, surveyed  value $8500. offers A Irades considered. 886-2738. ss  1979 27' Bayliner Victoria CB.  255-280 Leg, new engine, low  hours, lots ol extras. $24,900  OBO. 463-6919 or 463-6959.  ss  IB' Davidson sailboat, new main,  new cushions, exc. cond. $3800  865-9333. ss  MV. Blacklist!. 24' Owens, well  appointed large lish deck, Coast  Guatd inspected, lealuring new  Swann aulo, anchor pkg., new  LMS, 200 w/Loran C, new lenders  4 brackets, mooring lines, new  windows, completely refinished  hull and swimgrid. new handrails,  Hush mount Fishon rod holders  (5) FWC 318 Chrysler, $8,000.  885-7977. ss  22 1/2 fl. I ibrnfore rebuilt leg. low  hrs., runs well. Phone Patia's  2/lor I Pizza. Ask loi Mike. 666-  7675 01886-7671. K29W  19 It. Sealonei Volvo Penla  Calkins trailer needs exhaust  manifold, $3500.886-3457.    ss  Moorage - Sechelt. 2 dollars per  loot per monlh.  Royal Reach Molel A Maiina.  865-7644.  SECHELT MIME  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain Bill Murray I  M.CM.M.C.   MNAMSI  M A BY C    ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  jjysw  91 Prowler as new V8 Power mer-  cruiser FWC view at South Coast  Ford. 885-3281. ss  24' Fibrelorm sedan cruiser IBB  mercruiser I/O, trim labs, CB  sounder, dinghy $10,500 OBO.  883-2746 Leave message. ��28w  14' Princecialt, $400 - aluminum  anchor A oars. 885-3510 alt. 4pm.  ���28W  Wanled: Boal trailer lor 20' boat.  886-9625. i28w  Crew 215 211/2' 225 GMI/D FWC  Lawrence x4, DS VHF power  winch, head, bait boxes estias.  $8000.885-9567. ��28cn  Moorage. RV sites available. Pender Harbour 883-9177 or 883-  9655. H26cn  28 6. Baylinei Victoria: Chevy 350  Volvo leg FWC, head, shower,  galley, VHF, CB moored T-Bird  Marina, $15,000.590-2872J29W  II pay cash lor boats 18'lo 24'.  wood or glass. 885-4031.   ��29cn  Bombadier Seado. rebuilt motor,  needs some work. Reasonable.  885-5443. ��29w  24' Fibertoim cruisei. 255 FWC,  OMC, V8, OMC leg, s/s prop. 18  hp, Eviniude, dinghy, soundei,  stand up head, galley, tape deck,  am/lm, cb, survey papers, EZ  loader tandem trailer. $10,000.  Call 885-7470. ��29cn  12' Aluminum boal and new Johnson 8 hp. $1650.885-2342 ��29cn  22' Bayliner Command Bridge,  kfches, soundei, full canvas, new  engine. $11,500.686-2491. Eves.  ��29w  24II. Tolycraft, full canvas, met-  cruiser, VHF, CB, sounder, sink,  slove, head etc. Four wheel tilt  trailer. Pertect condition. $9250.  ISOcn  8' Fibreglass Dingy rigged lor sailing , older 3 hp moloi 883-2246  $800 MOcn  161/2 Star craft, 50 hp Mercury.  trailer $2750 885-8994 alter 5pm.  I30cn  1411 Aluminum boal A trailet  $500.886-4668 call after 5pm  MOw  24' Bay Liner 6cyl, chryslei nissan  diesel - low 590 hours. 270 leg  very economical, initially reconditioned. $12000 886-8087.  a*30w  Uppei deck cealneis has a crew  lo swab A clean youi decks and  cabin. Call Callie oi Apnle 886-  7574. M6w  1976 241/2 cruiser, new 250  Chev, new mere cruiser leg. galley, stand-up head all in good  shape. $7600 mooied al Egmonl  Marina. 883-9253 MOcn  36' All yellow cedai. 3 cyl Fast-  hope. Otters. 8855523.    I28cn  27. Mobile Homes  NEW A USED  Good selection on display, open  daily Ol call lor appl. 886-9826.  Homes starting al $19,900 ready  for occupancy, linancing avail.  OAC  S.C.M.H. Park, 1413 Hwy. 101.  TFN  Reduced lo $29,990. 24x52 Double wide moduline. 3 bdrm, 5  appl, Must be moved by June  301h. 666-9229. MOW  Two bdrm. unit at 1124 Big Maple  Adull Paik, Sechelt. Very nice  condition. Five major appis. B86-  B320. 128  1990 14x70 Moduline home wilh  addilion A decks on level 1/2  acre. Close lo Gibsons. $105,000.  886-3316. MOcn  New deluxe 14x70 Home sel up,  ready lo move inio, Wesl Sechell.  Next to store and school. Must be  seen. Fudge, slove A diapes  included. Call Bill 885-7310. MOw  1974 Prowler, musl sell $4000  OBO 683-2930 or 886-3580.112 9w  ON STRIKE  WE CAN HELP  We have 3 show homes lo be  sold: 1416 sq. It. doublewide ,  two 924 sq. II. single wides. All  homes ready lor immediate occupancy ��� loi inlormation call 597-  3322 01886-2597. TFN  1973 3 bdim, 12x68 wilh laige  addilion A deck. $25,000. 886-  4599 ss  By owner, 12x68 mobile home,  call 886-3039.886-7306.        SS  1976 2 bdrm, 12x64 wilh sundeck, covered entrance, with  view. $24,000.885-3309.  ��29cn  1971 12<66,2 bdim renovaled  mobile lo be moved, $21,000  OBO includes new deck, addilion,  shed l/s. 886-9649 ��28w  Mobile Home Sales  Branch New modular homes, single A double wides lot youi lot or  pad. Custom orders avail. Competitive pricing. For intormalion  call Nick Proach. 685-6340. #29*  28. Motorcycles  Honda Aspencade, exc.  cond.. gaiage kepi, $7500. 886-  9595. ss  1981 Honda CB650 cuslom,  immaculale 25,600 original K's,  $1250 OBO. 886-7378. ss  Yamaha GT 60 rebuill engine,  excellent condition, runs great  $400. Must sell 883-2174. Ask lot  Bob Jordy. I29w  1978 650 cc Yamaha $650. 686-  7677. MOw  1965 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  otters. 886-8622. ss  29. Wanted to Rent  Responsible single, woiking  woman seeks self-contained  cabin/cottage lor reasonable rent,  beginning mid-July. Preler Pender  Harbour area. Please call Jane  885-3930 (w) or 683-9007 (h).  TFNs  Family of four seek 3 bdrm home  in hallmoon Bay area. Refs. Avail.  Ron. 885-8801. ��28cn  N/S lemale prefer! tame lor  shared accommotlatlon In my  home, Wniua. No pita. North  Rd.,GI��c--*ltM0K.   TFNl  2 bedroom A den. School Road.  References Heat/cable included.  $625 8866150. TFN  Wanled-Family  3 bdrm. 1400 sq It home family  loom, 1 t/2 baths, 3 appliances.  Available now. Upper Gibsons.  $600'mo plus Util. SCMH Paik.  886-9626  ��29cn  Basemenl suite lor Small 1 bdrm.  house, lowei Roberts Creek,  $450/mo., avail. July 1. refs. 886-  4679. I28W  TEREDO SQUARE  Newly renovaled oflice space,  1013 sq ft phone 885-4466. TFN  Bright clean 3 bdim lumished  suite upper Gibsons, lop lloor  duplex view, sundeck, fireplace,  washer/dryer, non smoking, no  pels. $6501 util. 2774205.126w  Prolessional Mini  Storage  New Building  866-8626.  12901  IXRS  NATIONAL REAL  ESTATE SERVICE  Start  at the  TOP!  STEVE SAWYER  Sewieittf /4U Ifawt  ViatvUtftlutU"  ��� Residential  'Commercial  'Industrial  1 relirement unit  available  Restrictions apply.  Relerences  required.  Call Steve  Business  Opportunities:  I have a number of  very exciting  business  opportunities  available.  Call Me  We will          Screen potential renters  ��� Do moving- In inspection  ��� Arrange for maintenance A  repairs  Collect the renl A damage  deposit  ��� Dispurse rent monies to  owner  ��� Do moving out inspection  FOR LEASE  Approximately 800 to 1300  sq. ft. of fabulous office  space In lower Gibsons  area. Landlord may  provide some leasehold  improvements.  FOR LEASE  LOCATIONI  LOCATIONI  LOCATIONI  Fabulous relail space  Immediately adjacent lo  Galiano Market, Sechelt  (Bernadetle's Galleries).  Perfect location for your  retail business.  Avoid all the'hassles and  problems and lor just a  pittance,  CALL the Property  Management Expert  STEVE SAWYER al  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  British Columbia legislation pro  habits advertising which discriminates m the rental ot property.  For example a peison who  stipulates 'No Children' as a  condition of rental would be in  violation of the Family Status  and the Human Rights Acts. The  landkxd who places the advertisement and the newspaper  which publishes it would both be  in contiavenlion ol the legislation  and could have a complaint tiled  againsi them. The Coasl News  will therefore not accept such  (jschimnaloiy ads  Upper Gibsons - lop $490 bottom  $300 tor both. Negotiable wood i  oil, 2 bdim, 1,000 sq. II 526-  3858. >29w  Gibsons, 3 bdrm lownhouse, 2  baths, 1500 sq II plus some  view, 4 appl.. new painl. $750/mo  596-4721 or8440164.      ��27W  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  Don Sutherland ol PEBBLES  REALTY LTD.will suppoit your  Residential. Commercial or Industrial investment. Pebbles provides  a full service PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. Call Pebbles al 886-8107 lor details TTN  Beautiful view 1 bdim. apt., quiet,  new, secure, blinds, balcony, caipets, lower Gibsons. Call 686-  3420. ��28W  Partial suile with lull house S  laundry priveleges. Utilities inc.  n/s. Avail mid July $450 month.  886-2679. ��8w  Gibsons 3 bdrm townhouse. 11/2  baths. 5 appl. $775.��� Avail July  1.686-3313. ��28w  Quaint oceanview 3 bdrm house  to share lower Gibsons. Female  preferred. $400 incl utilities. Fruit  tiees throughout yard. Close to all  amenities. 886-8649. After 5pm.  ���28w  Gibsons - Spacious neai new 3  bdrm, 2 t/2 baths, gouimel  kitchen, 5 appliances, garage.  $850,298-5215. ��28w  Central Gibsons - 2 bdim suite,  i/s, w/d, no pets. Aug 1. $650.  596-1669 H9cn  New 2 bdrm apt. Downtown  Sechell. 885-7606. ��29cn  1 bdrm suile on Beaver Island,  new flooring 1 freshly painted  $325 - includes utilites. Phone  Don 1-855-4926. ��29cn  1 bdrm. brighl and clean, laundry,  avail. Aug. 1,$450/mo. 886-2807.  ���29W  New 1 bdrm bachelor suite, walk  to feiry, panoramic view $600,  hydro I cable included. 886-7394.  12901  Glbioni -1 bdrm apt. Pation In  newer building, dose lo all amenities. $600 includes hydro. 298-  5215. I29w  1 bdrm suite, Sechelt Village,  $375 plus utils. Avail. Aug. 1.865-  3982. ��29cn  New 3 bdrm, duplex. Ensuite,  1200 sa. ft. w/lanlasiic view. Gibsons $750. Call Craig. 866-2352.  ��29w  Lowei Gibsons, ground floor, 2  bdrm, birghl $550 plus.  Arthur.885-9859. ��29w  Beach across the (treat!  This 3 bdrm home has waler view  from almost every room! Only  $750/mo lo reliable peison who  will be responsible lor gardening  a keeping entire lawn constantly  beautiful. Drive by 5412 Lawson  Rd, (on Hwy) West of Sechelt.  Then call 1-299-3778.       *29w  Large room, share accomodations, hoi lub. ulils included. Gibsons, woiking male pre-  lened.$375.686-3779.      ��29w  New 3 bdrm. side by side, duplex.  3 appliances. 886-9854.  ���SOW  Gibsons - Laige 2 bdim. lower  floor, washer/dryer, yard close to  amenities $600 /pm. 1-469-0622.  MOcn  1 bdrm cabin with loll full sell contained. Roberts Cieek waterlront.  $275 per week. 886-4564. MOcn  Ocean front. 2 bdrm furnished  home, like new. $800/mo. 686-  774101668-3773. I29w  3 bdrm, 4 applianes, quiet location, $750 per month. 886-9754.  MOcn  Large 2 bdrm suite. 4 appliances,  Gibsons Bluff, watedront. 877-  1770. MOcn  Cozy, 2 bdrm wilh woodslove, private yard, across Irom marina in  Lower Gibsons. Avail. Aug. 1.  $675 + deposit. 886-4688. MOcn  2 bedroom, near new townhome,  1425 sq. it. 1 1/2 baths, 4 appliances, available Aug 1/92.  $750/mo. 886-4660.        MOcn 18  Coast News, July 13, 1992  Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  Beautilul 2 bdtm condo Cenlial  Gibsons, Indge, slove. dishwasher. washer<'dryer Available Aug.  1 $690 monlh 6851744 S 886-  8593. t30w  Sepl Isl ��� 3 bdrm, 5 appliances,  view home m Selma Paik $700  per month 421 4787 MOw  Clean, ought i bdrm ground lloor  suite, upper Gibsons, view. 1 p.  w/d, non smoking, no pets  $450/mo plus utilites. 277-6205.  HO*  2 bdim well localed $625. 666-  7400. MOw  House lor renl foi shod teim while  youi build or look lot a new  home'886 2164 ��30w  1 bdrm lutmsheil house Available  Spel I 683-90/6 Pendei Haibour ��J0w  Fxeculive lumished 2 bedim bungalow style townhouse I S baths,  hot lub. 5 appl $800'mo 886  3667. MOw  One bdim luimshed cond wilh  view. pool, f/p, pub. manna Long  term. Avail now $600  2 bdim rancher, garage,  Redioolls Avail Aug I $700  2 bdrm Sax-hell avail now. $850.  NRS CENTURY WEST REALTY  LTD. PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 885-2235 M8cn  Spacious, new 3 bdrm townhouse  in Gibsons, close to amenities,  sundeck. carport, skylight, 5 appl,  refs. no pets, avail now Call I -  230-4099 MOw  Gibsons Besl  We have a limited number of  QUIET FURNISHED BACHELOR  SUITES available al altoidable  rates. For more information call  886-9156. MOw  View  From this spacious 'new' 1 bdrm  suite localed in Sechell. No pets.  $550 utils included 865-6396  aftei 6pm I30cn  Newly leluitxshed studio cottage,  liteplace, Hallmoon Bay area.  $550.865-2703. I30cn  32   Commercial  for Rent  Retail or Ollice Space  For Lean  600-1300 sq. It. $300 ��� $1100  Seaview Place. Hwy 101 Gibsons. Lome. 1-733-9883. Marie  886-7016. TFN  Warehouse/olfice space liom  1500 sq. It. up. Diane 885-2772.  ss  Roberts Creek Hall avail., dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  (2) offices, lower Gibsons, light 1  heal induded. $175 4 $300.866-  2586. MOw  Gibsons office Space - 576 sq. It.  plus warehouse area if required.  886-8460. MOcn  32   Commercial  for Rent  1165 sq H relail. Sechell. ihree  pnvale otlices. $780 net.  2000.10.000 square leel exposure, wilt build lo suit  New ollice space 800 2400 sq It  Wilson Cieek. S800net  Retail space New llara 90O-30O0  sq. H 1400nel  Gram nearly  8863330  TFN  3-4   Help Wanted  Excellent commeicial & retail  space Aug l'92 Downtown  Sechell 1600 sq It lease Good  access a parking ' Attiactive  olfice space avail on 2nd lloor ol  Ihe clock Excellent location 500  sq It lease Available immediate-  ly Foi either ol these vacancies  Call Caimen 6855818      MOw  Davis Bay Wilson Cieek Hall  available, wheeictiaii facilities.  685 2752 oi 885 9663       ��32W  STORAGE  'Healed, pallatized, gov't  approved Len Wray's Iranslet  Lid 886-2664 TFN  34   Help Wanled  Foster homes aie urgently  required Please call the  Resources Social Worker at the  Ministry ol Social Services 885-  7101 weekdays. *28w  Assemble light products Irom  home EA., WORK, EXCELLENT PAY! We provide details 24  hours (604) 623-2380. Ext. IA74.  Melio-McNair Clinical Laboiale-  hes is an extensive laboratory  network that which plays a sgniii-  cant role in the provision of diagnostic laboratory services in  Western Canada. Opportunities  currently exist tor Medical Technical Aasistanta in our Sechell  laboratory. Previous venipuncture  experience, along wilh excellent  communication skills and high  school graduation are required.  Your duties will include venipuncture, RECG's, specimen preparation, and Iront desk reception.  Available posilions are temporary  part-time (until January 1993). a  nd casual. Qualified candidates  are invited lo apply to: Metro-  McNair Clinical Laboratories, c/o  102-660 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver, BC, V5Z 1B5, Fax 872-  5438. t  ���29cn  Ciuise lines now hiring' Photographers, tour guides, casino workers, deckhands and more. Hawaii,  Caribbean, Bahamas. 1-504-646-  4500 exl. 305, 24 hrs., directory  refundable lee. ��29cn  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  S.P.C.A. needs a volunteer to  answer cans concerning  animals and reter any  concerns to Ihe approprlale  number. Can he done liom  youi own home.  St. Marys Hospital Junior  Auxiliary program needs  volunteers lo visit residents in  Totem Lodge and help wilh  meals. Good job expenence.  Recycling Depol in Gibsons  need help lo continue its  variety ol services Two houi  shifts to help people sort.  Save The Strait Maialhon  needs volunteers lor all  different phases. Gel involved!  Lois ol tun and an opportunity  to meel new people.  Parent and Tot Drop In needs  helpers lor the summer  program.  Red Cross program needs  volunteers lo participate in a  training program starting In the  fall for emergency service to  families in case of a disaster.  FOR THESE AND MORE  OPPORTUNITIES CONTACT  THE VOLUNTEER AND  INFORMATION CENTRE AT  8S5-5681  A Service funded by the  Ministry of Social Services  Experienced carpenter 15 years  experience, lirm rates. Free estimates, no job too small or too  large. Bruce. 885-9576.    MOcn  trWie.fi you  pay far St  FOR ONE WEEK  in either the Monday  or Wookondor edition  up to 10 words  25 conts for each  additional word.  - 1 Births, lost &  IB founds; Froo  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion.  Sure Sell Classifieds  $15 up to 10 words  $1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks,  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  by classified deadline ��� Not available lor commercial advertisers \  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Edition Weekender  Noon Friday Noon Tuesdays  Qlbsons 886-2622 Sechelt 885-3930  Part lime Me and job skills coach  with councelh'ig enp needed tor  Literacy . .ogiani Mm ? yrs pos)  secondary courses in education  or counceiliiig pre-erred Must be  able to work flexible hours, tor 19  hours per *eek From Sepl ?1-  May ?8. 1993 Duties include  record-keeping and clerical work.  Send resume co Kasandra Maid-  menu. School Ostncl 146, Continuing Education. Box 888, Sechelt,  FJC. VON 3A0 Deadline tor application Sat. July 25.199?   I29W  Construction Manager Musi have  experiences as general contractor  in residential construction Fax  resume to 685 5666 I30w  Tht Wharl Restaurant has an  txctlleni reputation lor both  tood and service Presently, we  ni ii Hft* a Full time 2nd Cook lor  daytime work Ihe successful  applicani must be a leam player  that can work with all other start in  delivering a quality product to our  guests Experience ol a busy  kitchen is essential Applications  in writing only to: General Manager. Bella Beach, RR#1. Sechelt.  VON 3A0 I30w  Scanmar Sealood Ltd. requires  an experienced nel mender.  Salary based upon experience.  Benefits included medical and  dental. Please call 883*1147 or  Send Resume to: Box 3, Egmont,  BC. Aft Vic. #30*  Responsible outgoing, young per  son lo work on gas barge For  summertime Phone Hyak Manne  886-9011. Maureen. I29cn  Administration Support Clerk  A versatile, mature, happy person  who enjoys working with people  and has good general ollice skills  is required to work part-time.  Grade 1? or equivalent is necessary Musl be computer conversant, have basic bookkeepirig and  effective communications skills  Duties include correspondence,  record deeping, accounts  payable, and monthly reports  E xpenence working with mentally  handicapped persons an asset  Reply with hadwritten letter and  resume by July 17 to; The Administrator, Sunshine Assn. For the  Handicapped, Box 1128, Gibsons,  VON 1V0. I29cn  35   Business &  Home Services  35   Business 8.  Home Services  CONSTRUCTION 1  RENOVATION  From planning to painting Call lor  an estimate Tom Richatdson.  8862844. MOw  PAINTING  Residenlial, Commeicial  M6-3M2  30w  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping ��� limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insuied, Guaianteed  Woik Free estimates. 8852109.  TFN  ANDERSON ROOFING  Shakes, shingles, dumids, torchon Compare prices, Pat 883-  1175. MOcn  LIQUID VINYL PAINTING  OR  SOLID VINYL SIDING  RELIABLE, QUALITY WORK  FOR THE BEST PRICE  6(5-7611  Whistlers One Ton Truck Service  lubbish removal, landscaping,  lies temoval, hauling, etc., 7  years experience, Iree eslimales.  685-2670. #?7W  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Conslructlon. Carpentry Finishing,  Painling, Wallpaper, Drywall. Stefan Perry 686-379?. I30cn  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS Wallpaper,  painl, carpentry, drafting, fm  estimates, Ralerencea available. MHM-MN        TFNi  TREES TREE SERVICE  Danger Tree Removal, pruning,  limbing J topping, shaping, land  clearing, logging. Fully  insured We buy limber 10% discount seniors. 864-5263(24his)  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded 4 reliable. 684-5324 or  886-2326. TFN  Certified Saw Filar  Free Estimates  Firm Prices  Bruce Fnser  885-9576  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  JDH MILL SERVICES  Sharpening 4 Repairs  lo all cutting tools Including  Mower Blades * Chalnsaws  Jamil Nirro-i  Mi Hairy 101 C*��onisSaH)ll7  Randy's Plumbing Repaiis and  New installations. Rets. Call 883-  2867. MOcn  VISIONS PAINTING a REFIN-  ISHING. SERVICES, INTERIOR,  EXTERIOR,   COMMERCIAL,  RESIDENTIAL, ROB, 885-8930.  M3W  HOME RENOVATIONS  Interior/exterior renovations, additions, decks, demolition, dialling,  etc. Fiee eslimales. Quality guaranteed. Seniors discount. Ron  885-3363. MOw  Lawn t gaiden Jan 686-0180,  yaid cleanup, spiaying shrub a  hedges, pruning gardening.   129  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Garden oul of  control? Need tree pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable seivice. Fully insured. Commeicial 1  residential. Relerences available.  FRED 686-3526. TFN  DOVOUNEED  Lawn/landscape, mainlenance,  weedealing, biushcutting, rubbish  removal, hedge trimming, window  cleaning, etc. Skip 865-4522.  Hfcn  Tiled ol cleaning? Reliable, lasl,  lots ol experience. 885-3572.  Usha. ��?9cn  Computer Spreadsheets Qualified Instructor for Individual or  group. Evo Marcon. 665-7214.  ���28W  JOURNEYMAN CARPENTER  B. Varcoe lootings, foundations,  sundecks. Relerences available,  885-7977. H28W  Concrete ��� Specializing In driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, exposed  anragata.666-a0K       TFNs  ���THE PAINTER-  SAM  615-3572  ��7cn  Homeowner's Helpline. 6W-  4786 Anytime  Property maintenance and  improvements. Call lor free estimates and advice. ��29cn  35   Business &  Home Services  Reliable. University student does  Painting, property improvements.  8 Years experience. Rets. Any  sire jobs/contracting 685-5646  Leave message. I27W  HOME RENOVATIONS  inteiioi/Faienoi renovations, additions, decks, demolition, drafting,  etc. Fiee estimales. Quality guaranleed. Seniors discount Ron  685-8801  H27W  Building Design Services ��� Custom homes and sleek plan  changes - additions - renovations - subdivision plans. Ron  Jensen A.Sc.T. 665-1601. Cel:  2504117. I2IW  PAINTING  Residential, Commercial  (66-3662 M7W  Log & Timbei liame home builder.  Will build solo or assisl owner  885-5322. I29CN  IN HOME CATERING  Relax. Enjoy your guests. A la  carte service. BBO specialties,  seafood delights, for that personal  touch. Phone 685-3455.    I28cn  PETER'S REMODELLING  General Home Maintenance, car-  ports ��� Fencing ��� Sundecks - Additions etc. Boat mainlenance ���  Island seivice. For more into  please call 685-1981 or Pager  885-5111. ��33cn  GOLDSMITH �� RESTRINGEfi  For all your gold and silver  repairs, cuslom work 6 reslringing  call Jerry or Marg al 865-0992.  ��33cn  36  Work Wanted  Man wilh 1 ton truck will do rubbish removal, demolition, tree  removal, hauling, Iree estimales.  Pal 885-2870. #27W  Carpentry, renovations, additions,  by houi or contract. Call 886-  3107. MOcn  Experienced 16 yi old babysitter -  Call lor references 885-7027.  I29cn  Bookkeeping for small business.  Reasonable rates. Shirley. 683-  2749. H29w  Fireplace lacings, rock walls,  hearths, elc. 885-6026.     I29cn  Randy's Plumbing Repaiis and  New Installations. Rets. Call 683-  2867. ��27W  COOL RUNNINGS  Light hauling, rubbish removal,  yard maintenance, lololilling, odd  jobs. 885-3917. TFNs  Province of Ministry ot  British Columbia        Forests  INVITATION TO TENDER  Sealed Tenders tor Road Construction (1.39 kilometres) on  the East Wilson Forest Service Road will be received by  the Ministry ol Forests al 7077 Duncan Street. Powell  River, British Columbia. V8A1WI, until 1:30 pm on July  23,1902.  All enquiries should be made to Trent Meyer or Glen Alien.  Ministry ol Forests Sunshine Coast Forest District. Powell  River Office, phone 485-9831, fax 485-4033.  Contract particulars are available from the District  Manager. 7077 Duncan Street, Powell River, British  Columbia, V8A 1W1. Telephone No 485-9831 or tht  Sechelt Field Ollice, 1975 Field Road, Sechelt, British  Columbia. VON 3A0. Telephone No 885-5174.  Tenders must be completed on Ihe form and submitted in  the envelope supplied in accordance with Ihe Conditions ol  Tender  No Tender shall be considered which contains any  qualifying clauses whatsoever.  The lowest or any Tender will noi necessarily be accepted.  Site viewing Ii considered mandatory and It tchtduM  tor Jury 16,1992. Interested parties are advised to notify  Ihe Resource Officer Engineering ol Iheir intentions to view  prior to July 14, 1992. Transportation to site will be  responsibly ol the tenderers.  SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  CONTRACT NO. 28.108.2  CONSTRUCTION OF  SELMA PARK ZONE 2  RESERVOIR  CALL FOR TENDERS  Sealed Tenders, clearly marked Tender for  Construction ol Selma Park Zone 2 Reservoir-  will be received by the undersigned up to 12:00  noon local time of July 30,1992, and will be  opened in public at that time and date.  The work comprises the construction ol the  Selma Park Zone 2 Reservoir of a capacity of  approximately 16 million litres (3.6 million  gallons) together with the supply and  installation of miscellaneous piping and related  appurtenances.  Contract documents may be obtained at the  offices of the undersigned or of Dayton & Knight  Ltd., Consulting Engineers, '626 Clyde Avenue,  PO Box 91247, West Vancouver, B.C.  V7V 3N9, upon payment of the sum of fifty  dollars ($50.00) per set which sum will be  refunded on return of the documents in good  condition within thirty (30) days ot receipt of  tenders, or upon the submission of a tender.  The lowest ol any tender will not necessarily be  accepted, and Ihe acceptance of any tender  shall be subject to funds being legally available  for such purposes.  Tender Submission  S.K. Lehmann  Superintendent of Public Works  Sunshine Coast Regional District  P.O. Box 800  5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  BCYCNA  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  AND YUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  264  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear in more than 100 community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THE COAST NEWS AT 8B6-2622  lor 25  words  $195  S3.70 each additional word  Engines rebuilt from $995. 5  year 100,000 kms wananty.  Bond Mechanical serving  B.C. lor 27 years. Phone 7  days,8a.m.-8p.m. (604)872.  0641. Toll-free Mon-Fri 1-  800-663-2521.  Government seized/surplus  vehicles. U.S./Canadianlow  as $100. BMWs, Cadillacs,  Chevs, Fords, Mercedes,  Porsches, trucks, vans.  Amazing recorded message  revealsdetails(416)482-3000  copyright V011.   PUBLICAUTOTRUCKAUC-  TION every Tuesday 6:30  p.m. and Saturday 12:00  noon. Over 600 cars {.trucks  every week. Sell your car or  come as a buyer. First time  customer, this ad worth $50  In free services. 12742 King  Qeorge Highway, Surrey,  B.C. Into: (604)580-0011.  Cummlnga Turbo Diesel  4x4's, Explorers, Vans, 4-  Runners, Dakotas. Starting  from $149 month. 0 down  O.A.C. We deliver anywhere  in B.C. Phone Grant or Don  Collect 1(604)585-3141.  BOATS  BAYLINER Powered by  Mercruiser or Mercury Outboard, Capri, Trophy, Classic, Ciera. Good used selection. Delivery B.C., Alberta.  Dockside Marine, Kelowna,  B.C. 1(604)765-7249 collect  BUILDllKa- SUPPLIES  DOORS! WINDOWS! Interior and exterior wood, metal  and French doors, wood windows, skylights. MOREI Call  colled to WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW In Vancouver  at (604)266-1101.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  KAMLOOPS - Thriving Taxi  Company. 25 Licenses, lully  equlppeddispatcti office. City  center location, In operation  20 years. Owner retiring. For  further Info call 685-4444.  Mail Order Millionaire? Ilia  easier than you think. For  free info send S.S.A.E. B.J.  Enterprises, P.O.Box 591,  Salmon Arm, B.C. V1E4N7.  ASSURANCE AUTOMOBILE  APPRAISAL: Secure your  investment - a certified appraisal of your domestic or  foreign classic. We also arbitrate Insurance claims. 25  years experience: Call 447-  9513.  CANADA ENGINES LTD.  Quality Rebuilt Engines: cars,  light trucks. 6 cylinder from  $995,8 cylinder from $1095.  5 year, 100,000 Km. Ltd. warranty. 7 Days - 580-1050.1 -  800-665-3570, 856-5828  evenings.  BLANKET CLASSIFIED  ADS  An advertising 'Best Buy-!  RETIRE IN A YEAR? Ifa  easy now with this innovative  new Investment opportunity.  Call now for details. 3 minute  message. Toll-free In B.C. 1-  978-6162.    BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  ���BE THE FIRST*! International Corporation established  leader in three ol the most  explosive Industries ever.  Now expanding into the Vancouver area. Searching for  Individual possessing self-  motivation, drive, commitment, leadership and training  abilities. Are you serious  about your future. Looking  for a new business or career?  Can be worked lull or part-  time. This Is not M.LM., ifs  1,000 times better. To sel up  a private interview call Mr.  Carrington 877-1258 or 877-  1765 between 9-5 p.m. Mon-  dav lo Friday.   BUSINESS PERSONALS  ECOWATER. Think Big, The  Sky's The Limit. Minimum  Income guarantee. Training  provided, own business or direct sales experience an asset. Call Mr. From at 765-  5480.  B.C.'s leading aU make lease  company has franchise opportunities. Excellent earning potential, no cost Inventory �� flexible programs.  $5,000 to $10,000 Investment Call George at Custom  1(604)988-1142.  ADD A LITTLE SPICEI B.C.  College Roommates - Cindy,  Wendy and Lisa ��� have exciting Personal Photos ol themselves lor sale. For discreet  Into write to: Spice, Box 670-  GB,Kelowna,B.C. V1Y7P4.  Adults only please.   II you want it and you need it  we buy, sell and trade with 52  countries. You name It, we  can get III Call: I.F. and  Company: 858-7534, Pager:  1-977-4313.   FOR SALE MBC.  AMAZING SIMPLE MACHINE. You buildfrom plans,  turns ordinary styraloam into  huge profits last. Make signs,  displays, decorations, crafts.  For complete plans, patterns,  methods, marketing $20.00  (Incl. GST {a Shipping) to  Styro-Maglc, Box 781,  Westbank, B.C. VOH 2AO.  Juicing Business Equipment,  Pasteurizer, Freezers, bulk  tanks, bottle washer, refiner,  elevator bins, 68 Kenworth  flatdeck, highway storage  trailers and more. Individual  or package deal. (604)743-  5393.  EDUCATION  OUT OF WORK? Trained  Apartment/Condominium  Managers needed. Government licensed, correspondence certification course haa  assisted thousands to find  employment Free brochure:  (604)681 -5456 or 1 -800-665-  FQR SALE MBC.  Several Loaders and D6 Cats,  1987 Ford Hightop Ambulance, three 1990 Totem Belly  Dumps, Excavators, and  Backhoes, 2100 gal. fuel  truck, 40 ton Low Bed. Call  493-6791.  ATTENTION wholesaler, hotel, restaurant, PRAWNS  whole or tails, large, medium  or mixed.   Frozen at aea,  glazed, large quantity only.  lireel from fisherman and  save. (604)287-7561.  HELPWANTEO  We need you to sell toys &  gifts lor C & M Gilts. NO  rNVESTMENT, NO DELIVERIES, no collection. Call  (519)258-7905 or Fax  (519)258-0707 for free Info.  PHARMACIST WANTED.  Peoples Drug Mart, Port  McNeill, B.C. No Sundays,  holidays or evenings. Excellent salary, benefits. Great  fishing, Ideal for family life.  Reasonable rents and Real  Estate. Call collect to 956-  3126 or 956-4274.  MOBILE HOMES  BUY FACTORY DIRECT.  Save thousands on dealer  mark-up. We'll custom build  mobile homes to suit your  needs. Doubles/singles/  modulars. Phone for details:  Noble Homes, Edmonton  (403)447-3414/447-2333.  PERSONAL  Fine Lingerie. Interested?  BIG AND BEAUTIFULI Can  order by catalogue, phone or  home parties. Don't hesitate  to call day or evening. Call  Gail 439-2476.  Stainless Steel Tanks. Vertical 304, Flatbottom, includes  aU plumbing. Excellent for  water. 25,000 gals, 30,000  gals, 50,000 gals. Phone:  Harry at 435-0925.  HELPWANTEO  Women's Emergency Shelter Outreach Counsellor. Post  Secondary Education, related  experience. Some travel.  Closes July 24, 1992.  Resumes to: Box 1463,  Salmon Arm, B.C. V1E4P6.  WOULD YOU LIKE to correspond with unattached Chris-  tan people across Canada: all  denominations, all nationalities, for companionship or  marriage? Ashgrove, P.O. Box  205, Chase, B.C. VOE1 MO.  REALESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  for unpaid taxes. Crown Land  availability. For information  on both write: Properties,  Dept CN, Box 5360, Stn. F,  Ottawa. K2C 3J1  Salt Spring Island - Experienced Halrdresser/Burber.  Part-time/Full-time. Phone  Donat537-9817orwrite:Box  504, Ganges, B.C.VOS1EO.  Thompson River Estates.  Valley view Iota. 3/4 81 acre  lots, 5 & 10 acre lota. 1 only  5 acre lot on the Thompson  River 30 mln. west of  KamloopsontheTCHIM. Call  collect 1(604)373-2282.  SERVICES  Major ICBC and Injury claims.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer for  24 years. Call collect: (604)  736-5500. Contingency fees  available. Injured In B.C. only. 3b   Work War  ephemera  Coast News, July 13, 1992  19  Complete Bobcal SenracM  Eaceveurag Backttkig  ReWnang walls - Trendw^  Landscape Construaion  Drainage   TFN  Light moving and hauling, yaid  and basemenl cleanups Norm  886-9303 D27W  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpets ��� UpMitery   a*  POWIRIUL IRUCK UOUNltD r*'  iouipuini M Vi  BEST POSSIBll RtSIAH     ffj.  JUS1 ASK AHOUNDi  l  886-3823  ��� oansw* OF HEN DI vans  a m rLOOKOviiiNcs  ���BOB'S PAINTING*  20 yrs experience, quality work,  maiiship and malerlals. Satisfaction guaranleed. 885-4804. i?8cn  Enpeiienced painter, gardening  and odd pb Call Sieve 885-3276  mm  Light moving and hauling, yaid  and basment cleanups Norm  886-9503. lx*  FUNSHINE DAYCARE Daily tun  age appropriate activities lot your  2 1/2 ��� 5 year old child FCF certi-  lied Staff Lie. Facility. 886-3377.  I34cn  Child care available for out ol  school, ages 6-10 at Teddy Bear  Daycare. 885-2721. ��29W  Molly Mouse Day Caie spaces  available - IB months to school  age. Fun-lilled caring environment  with early childhood trained stall.  886-3913. ��30cn  Sisler/Mothers helper needed.  Mon-Fri rorrmencing alter strike.  Children aged 4 19. preler my  home. Hwy 1011 Henry Rd. 886-  4505. MOcn  The Kids Stop Centre opens Sept.  8. Half day ��� 8:30 ��� 1:30, Primary  out of srtiool piogiam. 7-8:30am  and 2:30-6pm. Fridays 11am-  6pm. For Into, Jane Ballance al  8850845. I28cn  38. Business  Opportunities  For Sale/Lease new industrial  building 3700 sq.ft. 3 bays /1600  sq. ft. uppei sloiage space, olfice  rental potential, $24,000 per year,  Barry 886-8204. ss  Marketing business seeks a lew  good people for expansion. FT or  PT, no experience necessary.  885-1064. I28W  LOCAL AMWAY DISTRIBUTOR  is helping many persons to earn  money working two - four hours a  day. We can help you. For appt.  call 885-7144 or 886-9479. MOw  Marketing business seeks a few  good people lor expansion. FT or  PT, no experience necessary.  885-4064. Mlw  39   Legal  NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT  .  TO THE WAREHOUSEMEN'S  LIEN ACT  Notice is hereby given that the  storage lol held by Len Wray's  Transler Ltd., Box 186, Highway  101. Gibsons, BC, in the name of  Jaye Josephson will be sold al a  public sale for debts outstanding  within 30 days of the second  appearance ol this notice at a  localion designated by Len Wray's  Transler Ltd. I28cn  ��� i t e o �� e  HIDDEN HERITAGE  CROSSWORD CARDS  Must be turned in by  July 17,1992  with $5.00 donation  to any of the following  ��� chlco's ��� I lnnidln-s ���  ��� Landing General Store ���  ��� Roberta Creek General Stoic ���  ��� Gibsons Pet Food a Supplies ���  .  esjJm        T*   '���v  _._   Jp   �����.         .*  ''   ���  - t  J6," 5rS  ���jF.-'.Jl  ���k  By^u  m  Wi  me*.'' ��� '    ft- "  *"          aM  tem    wa       ��.  ^m\  '-fclB HI  t��H^I  I.  . .adS-^^M  Hi  J9  -*���������  aft at  BB^     vP-j^^  �����  ..��  ,��,-^    ^  T-i  .^mmmt  SPCA NEWS:  This 18-monlh-old, spayed female shepherd-cross haa a beautifully calm temperament, perfect for a  family or conscientous owner with a fenced-in yard. She'll be ready for adoption by the end of Ihe  week, so call the SPCA at 885-4771 lo view her or any of dogs and cats (lots of kittens too!).  Good  times.  hard  times at  Sechelt  hoedown  The "Hard Times Were  Good Times!" dance held by  (lie S^helt and District Chamber of Commerce, July 4, at the  Sechelt Legion Hill was a great  success!  A fake "jail house" was set  up for small misdemeanors like  "like smiling" and "using the  loo loo often" with a real Sheriff scuffing the culprits, then  putting him, or her, behind  paper bars.  Now what was Jake  Friesen's crime? Only "Jim"  Ihe Sheriff know for sure. Our  thanks go to Sheriff Jim Fraser,  his deputies, "Geoff' and "Arizona Rose", for keeping the  dance floor free of crime.  A special thanks goes to  Robert Jamieson for doing an  excellent job emceeing in his  authentic cowboy outfit.  The winners of the best costume for "hard times" went to  Barbara Scott and Ron Spink of  Gibsons.  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday, July 14  7 pm  Forests for the Future  Join Angela Kroning for a tour of the Canfor  seed orchard in Davis Bay.  7:25 pm  The Long Way Home  Tune in to find out what may happen if you  get caught smuggling drugs.  7:40 pm  Canada Day 1992  Highlights of the Canada 125 celebrations  in Gibsons & Sechelt.  8 pm  Sechelt Celebration Days  Full coverage of the parade and other highlights.  8:30 pm  "I Am A Camera" #2 World War 2  Ken Bells photographic work during the war.  Wednesday, July 15  7 pm  Chatelech Secondary Ceremonies  8:45 pm  Elphinstone Graduation Ceremonies  Thursday, July 16  6:30 pm  "I Am A Camera" #3 The Ballet.  Ken Bell photographs the National Ballet. Lois Smith is the host  of this episode.  7 pm  Halfmoon Bay Days Highlights  Coast Cable 11 visited one of the many festive celebrations from  The Sunshine Coast.  7:30 pm  The Sunshine Coast Music Festival Honors Performance.  Full coverage.  5 YEARSAGO  Much loved and respected  Gibsons resident, Fred Holland  passed away suddenly last  week. Fred loved fishing and  hunting and was an active member of the Wildlife Club, the  Gibsons Volunteer Fire Department and did his share of work  on many worthwhile projects in  the area.  Congratulations to Tony  Duffy who acquitted himself yet  again with distinction at the  World Youth Boxing Championships in Havana this month. It  is a great pleasure lo see him do  so well.  A new submission was put  forward by Catherine Berris  Associates Inc. for a Sechelt  Inlet Strategy Pilot Project at  the July 9 meeting of the  SCRD. This lime the proposed  fee is $13,250 plus $1,750 for  expenses.  10 YEARS AGO  A meeting is held to set in  motion a planning commitee  which will develop a comprehensive foreshore plan for the  Porpoise Bay area. Conservation officer Jamie Stephen, who  organized the meeting, says the  use of the Catherine Berris  model for task force planning is  purely coincidental.  Health minister Jim Nielson  announces approval of a 50-bed  long term health care facility in  Sechelt.  15 YEARS AGO  "Make a salmon happy.  Catch a dogfish," is the slogan  for the dogfish derby being  sponsored by Gibsons and District Chamber of Commerce.  Investigation reveals that a  skeleton lied to a log at Tillicum  Bay Marina is that of a bear or a  cougar.  Frank and Pat Braithwaile  and family return to home port  in Gibsons after three years  cruising the South Pacific  aboard the Babalatchi.  25 YEARS AGO  Pioneer residents of the Gibsons area, Mrs. M.S. Chaster of  Gower Point Road and Chuck  Winegarden of Gibsons pass  away in their 94th and 87th  years respectively.  Complaints about 'shoddy  bus service' provided by  Sechelt Motor Transport are  received by Gibsons Council.  45 YEARS AGO  The opening night of a nine-  week repertory season of theatre  takes place at Gibsons Landing.  Called 'Straw Hat Theatre' the  professional repertory company  under the direction of Eric  Whitehead will produce nine  first-class plays in as many  weeks for production in Gibsons, Bowen Island and Horseshoe Bay.  fWiquts    > l  jBtinql U0i  xefUationi ortht had  ��� nand hauittd jumltuit  ��� dtcoiatwi hamtina i eivieii  esrjwlqi vajUtiu  of ilulti fox alLlaiUi  ohtn 6 daui a rxtth  cloud ividntidau  dl$ c:\\a\ini f&la'l'l  ^fifcaivM Xandina  8S6-2669'  west coast natural  wild & exotic flowers  unique arrangements  dried or fresh  wedding consultations  available  ��� we deliver ���  Marine Dr., Gibsons  nt-at to Doc aside Pharmacy  Call Janice  886-7435  Cold Beer &  Cider To Go!  rooms  I his Community Television  Schedule Courtesy of:  wtikptford.i PENINSULA MOTOR INN  Snwt  Smarter.  HO rebate  mamai  $65 rebate  There are now more than 200 Power Smart energy-efficient refrigerators for you to choose from. And to help you decide, Hydro is offering significant  cash rebates. When you're shopping for a new fridge, just look for the Power Smart sticker. There are energy-efficient models for which you can  get a $40 rebate, and there are super energy-efficient models wilh a super rebate of $65. Be sure to ask your salesperson to show  you the qualifying Power Smart models. Complete lists also available from your salesperson or local Hydro office. You will also1  receive our special Power Smart rebate form. Fill it out and send it in with proof of purchase. Your rebate will be on its way.  And because your new fridge is Power Smart, you also get on-going energy savings. So you save now... and you save later.  BC hydro 20  Coast News, July 13, 1992  news  Fresh  Brewed  Coffee  for your office  or place of business  Call Doug at 886-7686  Audrey's  Coffee  Service  Office and Restaurant  Supplies and Equipment  [  r  \.  Gibsons ta.ipayers are swallowing a  hefty bill for vandalism: more than  $7,000 since the beginning of the year for  sign damage alone.  Councillor Ted Hume said he asked  staff to prepare a report on the figures "to  lei the public know where a lol ot their  lax dollars aire going." Al the same rate,  ihe town would be swallowing a bill of  about $15,000 by year's end for sign vandalism." the report notes. "That's a lot of  money oul of our taxes," said Hume, who  Further  closures  unlikely:  doctors  by Nancy Moote  l.ov.il doctors ilnn'i plan any  more protests for the time  being, but they may have to  reduce their office hours now  that Bill 71 has become law.  says a Sechelt doctor,  Dr. Wendy Norman said the  new cap on fees will probably  mean an ongoing reduction in  service. "We likely will have to  decrease Ihe time we spend in  ihe office," she said.  In other B.C. communities,  such as Kamloops, doctors'  protests are escalating. However, Sunshine Coast doctors say  they have no plans for further  job action.          Dr.     Jim  'We don't  Petrold of ihe  want to   P11*"**mcd;  teal clinic said  have any local doctors  sort of   m wai,in8 ll)  , see what the  tWO-tiered provincial  medical   hea|ih ���*���������>-  ,     islry and the  system. -   B c Mei|jcai  Wendy Nnmail Association  ' do nexl.  lie's hoping for "some good  frank discussions as to how  health care costs can be  reduced," but expects the  BCMA may call for more  protests if no compromise is  reached before this fall.  Al that point, local doctors  would have to decide whether  to join in the BCMA action. "I  personally hope we don't have  lo do it [walk out) ever again,"  he said.  The doctors closed their  clinics July 2 and 3 as part of a  province-wide series of walkouts to protest the new law, and  people who needed to see a  doctor went to the emergency  room of St. Mary's Hospital  instead.  Norman estimates the emergency room was 50 to 100 per  cent busier than usual on those  days, but extra doctors were on  duty to handle the load, so  "things went quite smoothly."  Norman said many doctors  were upset that the bill, which  became law July 3, was passed  so quickly without consultation.  "We wanled a chance to talk,"  she said.  Now she believes the doctors' long-term task is to repair  the damage done to the health  care system.  She's worried about the possibility of doctors opting out of  medicare, as the B.C. Medical  Association has threatened.  "We don't want lo have any  sort of two-liered medical system," she said.  urged residents to notify the RCMP if  they see anyone destroying property.  Chipper demo  Trying to come up with an alternative  io burning wood waste. Coasl governments have invited a company that manufactures wchkI .nippers to give a demonstration on the ("oast  Councillor John McNevin told Gibsons council Tuesday that a portable  machine lhat converts wood waste into  mulch or hoc fuel is going to be set up at  a site on Cemetery Road, on a date when  representatives from the various municipal governments can attend. Manufacturer, Finning Ltd. has agreed to offer a  demonstration here, McNevin said. "It's  an interesting proposition. It looks like it  might be a useful device used to handle  the slash and waste."  Where there's smoke...  People  living  in  buildings  not  equipped wilh smoke alarms are going to  have to put safety first, bite the bullet and  install a smoke warning system, under a  new Gibsons bylaw.  The smoke alarm bylaw follows  changes to the Municipal Act which now  allow municipalities to require installation of alarms in existing buildings.  Under the bylaw, hard wired systems  will be required in commercial buildings,  including motels, hotels, boarding houses  and rooming houses. For private premises, owners will have the option of hard  wiring or a battery operated system.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  Leave your tares al home wilh us  aVt ' Animal Can  Mail 1 Virion an* Forwarding  Indoor Mini ind Yia-d MaintciuiKT  Regular Hum- Check or Live-in Sen ice  CALL SHARON 885-2228  ((���))) (Mam Hmi - Wat*  lni*fimKiii>f  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Branchaa Coaat To Coaat  SALE ENDS SAT, JULY 18 AT 2 PM ��� COME IN NOW AND SAVE  0\  \  *��rftE 9AMC  SQ.FT.  CARPET        4  &G IT VOURSELF  AIOD SAVE  ���  a#'"^V >W   ^  /      UNO ^mmat-Wm   :-%/*������   ^">"  CANDIDE-VCOPUONX J        ��� 3|j? j f?u66��l? BACK  ROLL ENDS        "\       ^H   ^V^KITCHEN PPiiOTS  $JOO II       (      S, REC ROOM  1 SQ.FT.  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