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 Victoria B.C. gg  At ten Rod Cardin  "go  V8V 1X5  COAST^NEWS  SO cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED     1945  July 12,1993 Volume 47 Issue 29  Sechelt development frozen in sewage mire  by Derek McNaughton  Sechelt's sewage treatment plant is  full and all new plans for homes, offices  - anything with a toilet - will have to  wait until an expanded waste system is  built.  But there is no guarantee of when  that will happen.  Councillors scrambled to draft a  motion Wednesday that would reject  every new request to hook into the  town's sewer line. Moreover, projects  already approved will send sewage levels over provincial permit limits if  hooked up. The current sewage plant  does have an overflow, which in an  emergency will dump excess fluids and  solids into Porpoise Bay.  Plant shutdown slips by unnoticed, see story page 18  Councillors do not know what projects have been committed to thus far  and are pressing the engineering firm  Dayton and Knight for an analysis.  Those projects already under construction will not be affected, councillors  claim.  The town has taken steps to solve the  sewage crisis, planning to convert 20  acres of land at the Sechelt gravel pit  into effluent ponds sometime in 1994.  But little is now built. Nor is there any  understanding of how much human  waste the expansion will hold - or even  if the site will be approved.  Without the development restriction  "we could have an environmental problem," Mayor Nancy MacLarty said  Thursday. "We could apply to Waste  Management for an interim permit that  would allow more to go in there, and  they could say yes or no - or they could  say 'you've got too much already.'"  Environmental protection officer  Dennis Barlow said Sechelt did apply  June 25 for a temporary increase. Barlow could not say if the town's application would be approved; but if granted,  he said, Sechelt would be allowed to  handle up to 23,000 cubic metres of  sewage per clay.  The current permit allows 17,000  cubic metres per day. Once the sewage  ponds are in place, however, the town  could be handling 34,000 cubic meters  of waste per day.  "This is treated as a major amendment," said Barlow. "A lot of it depends  on the speed with which we receive  information from Sechelt, and on the  public's concern. Some [information]  has come in, but it hasn't gone much  further than the actual request." He  added the town has not been overly  expeditious.  The draft proposal, added MacLarty,  is "covering our ass against people who  might say: 'Well, you gave us a building permit but now we can't flush our  toilets?"  In 1989, Sechelt took over the collection system - the sewer lines - to better control the town's destiny, said  MacLarty. Sechelt acquired the sewer  plant in Januaiy 1993 - in name only -  from the SCRD, but has been stalled in  bylaw adjustments and efforts to borrow $1.67 million necessary to pay for  pumping stations, pipelines and lagoons  for the sewer expansion.  Grant  sought  for  airport  upgrade  by Jane Seyd  The District of Sechelt has  requested a $1.2 million grant to  upgrade runways at the municipal airport, which could pave the  way to regularly scheduled  flights to thc Coast in thc future.  The grant - if approved by  Transport Canada - would  include thc cost of widening,  paving and extending the runway lo 1,200 m (4,<M0'ft)-��<riV  could accommodate commonly  used regional carrier planes like  thc Dash 8 and Twin Otter.  Airport committee chair Mike  Shanks said in talking to local  airline shuttle services, thc current length of the runway, at 731  m (2,400 ft), has been cited as a  barrier to regular flights.  Bul Shanks said there is support from both businesses and  residents on thc Coast for airport  service to Vancouver International Airport and other provincial destinations. According to a  report on thc airport done last  March, by comparison, Powell  River with a similar population  has a 1,150 m (3,372 ft) runway  with 10 return flights daily.  If approved, thc grant would  include $610,000 for thc runway  extension, $365,000 for widening and $230,000 for paving.  Additional improvements,  like upgrading of thc lighting  system and installation of navigation instruments will also he  required before Ihe airport can  be fully operational.  Upgrading of thc access road,  apron and helipads arc also on a  wish list for the future. Not on  the list so far is a manual weather station and VHF radio for the  airport, anticipated by thc report  to cost ahout $3,000 lo build.  According to the report, a  weather station isn't needed  because "weather conditions are  anticipated to be similar to those  observed at Vancouver International Airport."  In April, local pilot Darrcll  Symons was killed when his  Cessna crashed in low cloud  cover over hills near thc airport.  But calling Ihe crash an "isolated incident," Shanks wouldn't  comment on whether thc need  for a station will be reassessed  by the airport committee.  So far the airport caretaker -  who used lo provide unofficial  weather reports and who left his  position several weeks before  thc crash - has not been  replaced, said Shanks.  According to the 1992 report,  it will cost over $3 million to  completely upgrade thc Scchelt-  Gihsons airport.  Shanks said the committee is  trying for a small grant first  because a large application  would likely he rejected:  "There's no sense putting an  application in for two and a half  to three million bucks," he said.  The Rockwood Centre's Firing by Ihe Sea with master potter Wee Lay Laq,  assisted by potter Lisa Blackwell, above, will present three days of handbuilding  pottery and two days of kilnhuilding, firing and loading on the beach al Roberts  Creek, July 26-30. Joel Johnstone photo  Sechelt social housing proposal stymied  by Derek McNaughton  Sechelt will not get a social  housing complex Ihis year,  despite a zero per cent vacancy  rate and claims that families arc  living in crisis.  Thc BC Housing and Mortgage Corporation denied last  week an application drafted by  Coast Housing Society directors.  The rejection leaves those pushing for thc 23-unit complex  woeful yet determined lo do better next time.  "You don't know my powers  of persuasion," said Sechelt  mayor Nancy MacLarty, who  spearheaded thc project. "I'm  going lo make damn sure it happens next year when I don't  have   the   con-       straints as mayor."  MacLarty  added thc need for  social housing is  clear, considering  "there's already a  line of people  waiting to gel in. There's  nowhere else for Ihem to go,"  shc said.  BC Housing and Mortgage  Corporation spokesperson Lisa  Turner said Thursday the appli-  'I'm going to make  damn sure it  happens next year'  ��� NancY Maclarty  cation was rejected because  olher communities showed a  stronger need for affordable       housing than thc  Coast.  "It's not to say  thc community  need doesn't  exist," said Turner. Next year, she  said, "wilh more  evidence of community need,  we'll be pleased lo reassess."  Rut next year could be more  difficult. Effective 1994, the federal government will withdraw  funding I'or social housing ���  killing a large dollar pool for  such projects, and leaving Victoria with a smaller budget.  Thc Society had drafted plans  to build one-, Iwo- and threc-  hedroom units, spread across  ahout one acre. The $2-million  development, which would have  been funded entirely hy  HCHMC was slated to be built  at Trail Avenue und Binnacle  Street.  Directors said a 22 per cent  population increase since 1986,  coupled wilh Sechelt's zero per  cent vacancy rale, has eliminated cheap rental accommodation.  Deadline tor  the Gibsons  GoUenOri  contest  submissions Is  Thursday 5 pm,  seepages  tor details  Band work program  rekindles traditions  Sechelt summer program students hard at work.  Joel Johnstone pholo  by Darah Hansen  Through thc doors of the old  band hall office, thc sound of  paper shuffling and computer  mouses clicking marks thc start  of summer for at least 24 Sechelt  high school students.  It's the scene of the firsl of  two, two-week programs funded  in part hy the Sechelt Indian  Band and thc federal government. For the duration, the students - grades 8 to 12 - will work  seven hours a day, five days a  week at a variety of tasks.  Thc purpose is to keep students employed and, in this case,  educated in their own culture and  history. In their first week of the  program, thc students arc obviously enthusiastic ahout what  they arc doing.  "I've learned I'm related to  him," says grade 10 sludent  Heather I'aiill looking up from  thc diagram she's working on  over to fellow-student Allen  Marks.  "I'm lucky. I'm not related to  anyone yet," adds Jennifer Csur-  di.  All three arc part of a group  engaged in tracing their family  roots through conducting interviews with band ciders and relatives and through researching  family documents.  Thc day previous, thc same  group had been out in thc woods,  collecting herbs to make a traditional lea for lhe ciders - a practise that hasn't been done in  years.  turn tn page 2  IM  mmm Coast News, July 12,  1993  HOWE SOUND  ROUND TABLE  LAUNCH  FORUM  July 14,1993  6:00-10:00 p.m.  Glen Eagles Golf Club  6190 Marine Drive  West Vancouver  All stakeholders and community  members are invited to attend this  Important event. Joy Leach from the  B.C. Round Table, and Stephen Owen  from CORE will be in attendance.  CALL 737-6868  FOR INFORMATION  Work program framed on culture  COMMENCING JULY 2,1993  If B.C. Perries arriving ail Langdale Kerry Terminal are not on time,  Sunshine Coast Transit riders will have lo w.iil fur .1 latter bos.  All buses must It'aive the ferry terminal by 25 minutes past  the hour at the lailest to l.ia ililalc other riders along the mute.  'llie only exception lo this ruling is the  5:30 p.m. lerry from I lortohoc Haiy  Rosina Cailes, Manager  Sunshine Coasl Transit System  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl at Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  #7 - 5522 Wharf St., Sech^t Jim Bain 8854572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  from page I  Thc results of their efforts lay  drying in the sun on a window  ledge behind them as Ihey work.  Their expressed interest in their  work is further echoed by grade K  students Tina Joe and Josh Ivor  son. The two arc writing a play,  entitled Thc Wolf and thc Wren,  formed from a Sechcil legend.  loin days of work and already  on their third rewrite, thc two work  seriously beside each other taking  turns typing and making changes  lo the script.  Josh explains they chose Ihis  story lo act out before the elders.  They wanted lo do something different, he says, explaining the  moral of Ihis story is "helping each  other out."  Meanwhile oul thc doors, live  young men work on carving a red  cedar canoe under thc tutelage of  carver Tony Paul. Thc finished  product will sit in thc playground  al Sechell Elementary and serve as  a testament to their hard work and  newly learned skill.  In pasl years Ihe program has  run in a modified form with students mowing lawns, cleaning  houses, sort of "makc-work-for-  thc-community" says program  coordinator Jeff Smith.  "Ihis year wc wanted tn make  it a little more meaningful. Wc  very much wanted it culturally  based Ihis year and that came right  from chief and council and thc students themselves."  Tony Paul (left)  directs a group  through Iheir  boatbuilding  project, a  potential  showpiece for  Sechelt  Elementary  school.  Joel Johnstone  pholo  Halfmoon Bay 'up in arms' over illegal clearcut  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  by Jane Seyd  A private clearcut on a "high-hazard" lot  in Halfmoon Bay has raised lhe ire of both  neighbouring residents and local government  officials.  Recently new owners of a lot in lhe 8000  block of Redroofs Road cleared all bul a few  trees from their waterfront property - against  regional district tree-cutting bylaws.  Now residents arc worried lhe clearing  has increased instability in the already slide-  prone area. "I'm pretty upset that somebody  would do that sort of thing," said John  Robertson, a Halfmoon Bay resident.  "They're all up in arms around this area."  "I know people are annoyed about it,"  said nearby Redroofs resident Mrs. Bannister, whose own property slid near Ihe bottom  of the lot several years ago. "The people who  cul thc trees, don't they know the rules and  regulations?"  Robertson said thc lot clearing was in  "flagrant disregard" for Ihe hazard regulations in the area, noting he'd observed a  loaded coal deck on the property.  "They went in there and cleared all the  timber off," he said. "Obviously they're  going to sell them."  Peggy Connor, the area director, said  neighbours who'd seen the logging start were  "horrified when they saw they'd cut as many  as they did." Connor estimated 12 or 13  saleable trees were cut down, as well as  some alder and maple. "(The owners) wanted  to get a view of Merry Island," said Connor.  She added the tree-cutting bylaw is registered on the title to the approximately half  acre lot, so the owners would have been  aware of regulations when they bought the  property recently through Anderson Realty.  Information has now been turned over to  regional district lawyers.  Willi.1  ���-���a-���^,���--,  Casual & Sp  Jackets  # #  Jlwpon'j  Mens Wear  Trail Bay Mall, Sec-hell 8M-9M0  School district superintendent  steps aside for year's health leave  by Darah Hansen  As of September, Sunshine Coast School Districl 46 is going lo have a new lop administrator.  Coast school superintendent Clifford Smith  announced last week he will be laking a year's  leave of absence from the job on thc advice of his  physician beginning in August.  Smith suffers from a rare condition causing  ringing in Ihe ears. He said he will take the year to  rest and to try to overcome Ihe sometimes disabling effects resulting from the condition.  Smith has served as superintendent to the district for the past five years, beginning in 1988.  In his absence, school trustees have agreed to  hire a superintendent for a one year term, and are  presently advertising provincially for Smith's  replacement. Under board rules, the posilion does  not automatically fall to assistant superintendent  Stewart Hercus although he is eligible to apply.  , The board predicts the new superintendent will  be hired by early August. Secretary-treasurer Tim  Anderson assured the temporary senior administrative position will not cost the already cash-  strapped school district any more money. Smith  will be funded by long-term disability insurance  during his leave.  Booking a referendum takes  time - so the Gibsons and District Public Library has served  notice.  The building committee has  been working on designs for a  new library in Holland Park and  Tuesday asked town hall to  begin bylaw preparations so a  referendum on funding for the  proposed $1.3 million facility  could be held at the same time  as the November municipal  elections.  A project feasibility study  will be ready at the end of July,  according lo building chairman  John Young, and ratepayer costs  are being fine tuned. "The figures will be coining to the com-  mitte next week," said councillor Ted Hume.  Council has already given  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  lal*-***��c**��afcl��w_!|a*.  Tml H-m-Cm--  M_fa,9f-��aa-ror-aR_-��  iMtoorHearaaealYardllilililii-r  aia^a-nTlm'lUr       CALLSHARON 885-2228  approval in principle for a site in  Holland park, and a geotechnical survey has identified the  existing library location as being  most suitable for a new library  building.  Healthy Community  The Sunshine Coasl Healthy  Communities initiative received  a boost last week with the  awarding of a $15,000 grant  from the health ministry to proceed with goals indenlified  through a public consultation  process on the Coast last year.  A meeting in February put  unified recreation at the top of  the want list. Cllr. Ed Steeves  told Gibsosn council the money  from Victoria will go toward  hiring a coordinator for the project, for which Ihe Coast community has to provide matching  JMwHwt-UMi  BONOCO UCtNSED wsunro  ���anohgCogtTaOgjj  Wt'dciinqs   ed  "'������      '        :���  Also Srptii  T ink Piininiiici  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064  funds or labour.  Granting fee-for-service  Council's grants committee,  having reviewed financial statements from Ihe Gibsons and  District Chamber of Commerce,  awarded the organization a  $13,000 grant for ihis year. The  application had been deferred  until a thorough financial review  was complete.  Committee chairman Ted  Hume said he is satisfied the  chamber now has its fiscal  house in order. However, he  reiterated his concern lhat the  grant apllication process has  become a free for all.  The grants committee is  looking lo establish new guide-  lens for nexl year and asked the  treasurer lo survey other municipalities to sec what policies and  rules ihey have adopted.  Jet-ski dangers  Responding to a 30-name  petition protesting unregulated  operation of jet-ski boats in Gibsons harbour and Shoal Channel, council has decided to call  for a meeiing wilh the RCMP  and Coast Guard lo discuss the  issue.  Thc petition recommends  lhat users he required to stay  well off shore for noise and  safely reasons.  "Since these boats are driven  screaming in circles al top speed  wiih no et plan or direction they  have become a great danger to  any craft making its way in or  oul of harbour, ai well as to  swimmers, canoeists, kiyikers  and sailors," the petition says. Coast News, July 12, 1993  news  Summer ferry schedule jeopardizing jobs  by Charles Hart  The summer ferry schedule is pulling  commuters' jobs at risk and the newly  formed Sunshine Coast Commuters' Association says it is outraged at the BC Perry Corporation's lack or response to the job threat.  Spokesman Don Sherwood appealed to  Gibsons council for help Tuesday saying one  commuter had already lost her job in Vancouver and others faced dismissal if they  continued to be late for work because of  ferry delay.  Sherwood said the problem has arisen  since thc Ferry Corporation began summer  service to Nanaimo from Horseshoe Bay by  adding another ferry to the run. That ferry  berths overnight on Sundays and Thursdays  at the Queen of Cowichan's vacant dock and  is still moored there when the Coast ferry  arrives the following morning. A 20-minutc  delay ensues with the Queen of Cowichan  standing off in Howe Sound until the  Nanaimo ferry sails at 7 pm.  As a result, buses arc missed and commuters are late for work. "On Mondays and  Fridays there is an immediate crisis," Sherwood said.  "Some people have been told they will  lose their jobs ... And if we're losing jobs,  we're losing revenue in Ihe community." He  said a delegation of commuters had met  twice in the previous week with thc ferry  corporation to no avail.  Sherwood said the Ferry corporation has  estimated il would cost $600 a day to have  the Nanaimo vessel stand off during the  Coast ferry docking. The Ferry Corporation  failed to return calls lo comment.  Breaking custom, council responded at  once to (he appeal and decided lo write Ihe  ferry corporation immediately lo protest the  situation and again demand that a representative from the Sunshine Coast be appointed to  the ferry board.  Cllr. Ted Hume said he commuted to  Vancouver for 15-ycars and was well aware  of the frustrations itemized by Sherwood  from a recent survey of daily commuters.  Retired  ESSO  employee  Len Pakulak  with one of  three lights  he helped  procure for  the Festival  or Written  Arts Pavilion  through  ESSO's  community  involvement  program.  Joel Johnstone  photo  Pender braces for Canada Post mail shuffle  by Jane .Seyd  Up 'til now, residents of  Madeira Park have all had thc  same address - Rural Route 1.  It's been like lhal "since time  began," says Maureen Lcc, thc  contractor in charge of Madeira  Park rural mail delivery.  But times they arc a  changin': and with them, site  and compartment numbers will  soon be de rigcur in Madeira.  Change is needed because thc  route has almost doubled - to  550 - in Ihe last four or five  years, says Lee.  In some cases, there arc up to  six names in thc same mail box.  Many families in Pender also  have thc same names, she says,  which new delivery people have  a hard time sorting nut.  But not everyone's happy  about thc changes - some worry  important mail won't get to  them if unknowingly addressed  without thc site and compartment numbers.  Lcc says in cases where people arc already known, there will  be "a lot of leeway."  Canada Post officials said  this week they're surprised thc  change didn't come sooner, and  said it should make for quicker  sorting in Madeira Park.  More changes may also be  imminent: like "supcrmail  boxes" lo eventually replace Ihe  green boxes now used on Ihe  Coasl. Says Lee, "I'm sure  when people first got mail in  Vancouver it was Rural Route 1  as well."  SUMMER SPECIALS  LUNCH PLATTER  featuring  Sandwiches, Cheese, Vegetables, Salad.  made to go for lunch!  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Missing child found with friends  An eight-year-old girl reported missing  Wednesday evening in ligtnont turned up with  family friends unharmed just as a search parly was  being called out to find her.  Cpl. Bruce Haynes of Ihe .Sechell RCMP  detachment said the girl was first reported missing  Wednesday after her mother went lo pick her up at  a day camp program and her daughter wasn't  there.  In fact, the day camp had slatted off on a hike  that morning before thc girl's grandfather had  dropped her off at Egmont School around II) am.  Shortly after, the girl contacted family friends  lo fetch her.  But a lack of communication meant nobody  was sure of her whereabouts, and lhe girl's mother  searched for three hours before calling police.  Haynes said local emergency crews had been  alerted and an RCMP dog team from Chilliwack  was standing by when thc girl showed up with thc  friends around 9:30 p.m.  Haynes said families should make sure someone is available al their destination before dropping off children for the day.  Howe Sound Round Table conference set  The official launch of the  Howe Sound Round Table will  take place from 6 pm lo 10 pm  on July 14, 1993 at lhe Glcnea-  glcs Golf Club, West Vancouver.  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Look at Gibsons. The town two years ago learned the  hard way what rampant growth can do, slapping a moratorium on new building projects when its sewage plant  suddenly reached capacity.  Now it's Sechelt's turn.  And once more the smell is not pleasant. Taking over a  well-worn regional system at the beginning of the year  and trying to get the legal mechanisms in place to  upgrade the plant and other sewage infrastructure is a  complicated, costly and time-consuming business.  But while the engineers were wrestling with those  problems, whal happened lo planning? To suddenly learn  that the plant is al capacity while a significant amount of  development is proceeding in the district is an astonishing revelation, immediately launching Sechelt on a desperate appraisal of the situation.  Calling for a status report on current development at  this stage shows a stunning lack of foresight. And  knowledge thai potential overflow will simply pour into  Porpoise Bay is a serious pollution concern in a relatively  pristine inlet with limited Hushing action.  The fact that the treatment plant can shut down and  send sewage backing up in the system without anybody  knowing about it, as Cllr. Robert Wilson reported last  week, is still further cause for alarm at both the lack of  communication and questionable systems' monitoring  now in place.  It's a dirty job Sechelt has let slip through administration cracks and the resulting mess isn't pretty.  Taking commuters  for a ride  Sailing the ferries is proving an ever-more costly business as seasonal shuffling at the Horseshoe Bay ferry terminal puts commuters' jobs on the line.  The Coast News has previously pointed out its concern  with the lack of attention given the longdate run by the  overseers of scheduling in the Ferry Corporation. But it  has got to the point, once more, where a serious disservice is being meted out to those who depend on the ferry  to make living.  A Sunshine Coast Commuters' Association has sprung  up to help identify and focus the frustrations of those who  make daily trips into the city - and the common issues of  fares, scheduling, assured loading and Horseshoe Bay  parking have been flagged by a recent survey.  But they pale in light of the summer scheduling adjustments BC Ferries has just embarked upon, delaying  docking of the early morning langdale ferry in Horseshoe Bay and making commuters late for work.  The association has taken the initiative and called  meetings with the manager of the Horseshoe Bay terminal to detail the imminent threat of lay offs, only to be  dismissed without proper consideration.  When will the masters of the ferry system wake up and  realize that the timely passage of the Langdale vessel is  an essential service for hundreds of people on this Coast?  Putting tourist needs above those who live and work  here year round is further evidence of the immediate need  for a Sunshine Coast resident to be appointed to Ferries'  board of directors.  Balanced view  needed for marina  Re: proposed Wilson Creek  marina  It is an amazing thing that is  happening in Wilson Creek.  We are witnessing how a  self-interested group (man?) can  effectively strip your rights to  responsibly address your own,  privale property.  Environmentalist!*, is certainly on any responsible person's  mind. Mr. Boisvert and individuals like him are not advancing  the cause for all. His views are  more representative of someone  preserving his own passion  (hobby).  In his letter to the editor, Mr.  Boisvert exposes how easy il is  lo manipulate the bureaucracy to  react in a knee-jerk manner. On  one hand, Mr. Boisvert (correctly or not) condemns the destruction of heron habitat. Yet he is  quick to use possible effluent  problems as a reason to attack  the development.  Effluent in federal waters is a  federal decision. US standards  insist upon holding tanks in vessels. Canadian standards do not.  Perhaps Mr. Boisvert's efforts  should go into a lobby for  changing laws which affect  everyone.  And, while I too appreciate  the majesty of our herons, to  suggest that their habitat is more  important than others is also  biased. Wilson Creek estuary  was once a thriving ecosystem  that supported a significant  salmon run.  The creek and estuary were  then industrialized, becoming a  log   sorting   and   booming  grounds. Thc creek could not  effectively sustain a fishery and  its salmon returns were almosl  complelely lost.  Log sorting and booming  eventually stopped and the man-  made breakwater caused the  estuary to become a mud flat.  It is my understanding thai  there is a commitment from  both Panorama and the Sechelt  band to ensure that the creek is  enhanced so as to give the  salmon a chance lo firmly reestablish itself. The Department  of Fisheries has endorsed this  aim and has approved it. An  increased salmon fishery is  dependent on a sound environmental approach and the beneficiaries would be Ihe entire  coastal economy, from commercial lo sports fishing to all supporting industries.  I also find it rather disquieting that after we (white culture)  effectively ceded the area from  the Sechelts, destroyed the  existing ecosystem through  industrial use, returned (he lands  to its rightful owners, then suggest they cannot develop those  same lands in a balanced fashion. Worse, there was a sugges  tion to convert the same private  lands into a viewing area for the  pleasure of a select group.  As I mentioned, environmental issues are a concern for any  responsible person. Balance  must be assured. The DFO has  approved this development and  Panorama and the Sechelts have  worked within existing laws. So  let us not judge this development through a self-interest  group's eyes, but in a larger,  more balanced approach to ecology, economy and community.  GORDON CLAYTON  Sechelt  Communcation,  not violence  Tonight, as I write this, my  friend is a patient in lhe hospital. We've become close in the  last three years because he has  been a part of my life since his  birth. He is awaiting surgery due  to a bullet wound - found conclusive by x-ray results. This  makes me angry - how could  someone do this? My friend is  my cat.  We included him on our  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  Sunahlne Coast Newt  Box 460  Gibsons, B.C.  VON 1V0  1,000 mile trip when we relocated to the Sunshine Coast and he  has been a loyal, loving pet and  he has a very charming personality. To find out someone shot  him was a terrible shock and his  fate lies in the hands of the surgeon. Although the bill will be  costly - how can you possibly  put a price on a beloved pet's  life? I watched him enter the  world in my bedroom closet and  have seen him rum into a perfect  pet.  My daughter is very shaken  that someone was violent to him  and we feel the same. I find this  course of action very disturbing.  Would the same individual  shoot at children? If I had even  a warning about my cat being  mischievous, I would have  restricted him to be inside more;  but now we instead await the  outcome of his surgery.  We have been advised that he  may never walk properly again  and could also have nerve root  damage to the foot - so would  he not be better target practice  after surgery? Many would have  chosen lhe option to "put him  down". His mother (our first  cat) died six months ago due to  being hit by a car. We had the  option of letting this one live.  So that is our decision.  I am happy to say "Spooky"  is home and is in recovery. I  have the Gibsons Animal Clinic  to thank, specifically Dr. J.  Bomstein and Dr. J. Bennett and  their staff. I am still outraged  that this happened, and I hope  that a lesson can be learned.  Communication is the key, not  violence.  CONNIE HANSEN  Sechelt  Do Canadians now have an Iron Lady of their own?  'Canada chooses her own Iron Lady' said the  headlines in the British press when Vancouver's  Kim Campbell took over the leadership of the Progressive Conservative party last monlh.  If Campbell were to give us a replay of the reign  of England's Margaret Thatcher and lead the forces  of free trade and privatisation to power in this fall's  election, would we later regret it?  A couple of instances from the Thatcher legacy  may shed light on whether privatisation automatically leads to efficiency.  We first got an inkling of what lay ahead of us  in the world of automobile insurance while picking  up our van at the docks in Liverpool. A Scottish  couple were picking up their car.  "Have you got your auto insurance yel?" the  nun asked us at the customs shed in Liverpool.  "Not yet," we answered cheerfully.  "You are in for a real treat," he said.  He and his wife told us a horror story of bids for  insurance varying by as much as 300 per cent, the  lower end of the scale no cheaper than ICBC  charges.  They had managed to get the lower rate by  agreeing that only his wife would drive.  According to his information, if the man were to  drive the rate would be considerably more expensive.  This was alarming stuff, but my brother-in-law  assured me that he had never heard of such a thing.  musings  john burnside  We plunged into the adventure ourselves.  I spent two days on (be telephone. The question  of who was to do the driving didn't come up. It  was about the only thing dial wasn't asked.  Rigorous sets of questions were asked by insurance brokers, primarily young girls, very pleasant  but not particularly knowledgeable. Their function  was to enter die host of details into a computer system and then submit them to unknown insurance  companies.  Once I seemed to have hacked my way through  the thicket of requirements and seemed about to  get insurance, then was asked bow heavy my vehicle was. It was too heavy and couldn't be insured.  No other broker asked me its weight.  Another broker asked me my occupation. "Oh  dear," she sighed when I answered, "Journalist."  Sure enough there was no insurance there for me.  No explanation given.  The fact that the vehicle was registered in Cana  da was another problem.  The equivalent of the Motor Vehicle Branch  assured me there was no need to register in Britain  within 12 months and in any case you couldn't register the vehicle unless you had insurance.  The broker at tbe Automobile Association, reinforced by her supervisor, told me none of the 800  insurance companies in the country would give us  insurance unless we were registered.  The eventual broker, found in Glasgow, insured  us with one of the country's larger firms with no  apparent concern about registration.  The system is chaotic. No one seems sure what  the rules are.  Meanwhile it is illegal to drive without insurance, bul nobody has to sell it to you.  Privatisation equals efficiency? Don't count on  it.  Waiting for insurance? The local bus service  has been a model of reliability and regularity all  my life.  It's privatised now. The original company is ran  by ils employees.  They are harried, the service unreliable. Behind  every bus there is a competing bus five minutes  later. All run near empty. Nobody can be making a  decent living but nobody can afford to stop trying.  There's 25 per cent unemployment in southern  Scotland.  The coal mines are closed except for small open  pit mines. One sits on tbe site of the abandoned village of Glenbuck.  I saw a train load of coal pulling up onto the  main line and asked where it came from. From  Glenbuck by way of this line to that line, switch to  the other line, then finally onto the line which takes  it to the sea and northern Ireland.  Before the Second World War one company in  Glenbuck built a line straight to the sea. A competitor tunnelled under the railway viaducts and  made them unsafe. No train ever ran on the line.  The company that built the useless line went  bankrupt; tht other couldn't sell its coal and went  oul of business.  A thriving village was closed down and left for  the sheep. Today it is an open pit mine; the coal it  sat on still wends its tortuous way to the same market.  Does privatisation automatically lead to efficiency?  Nonetheless, the race is on by debt-ridden governments everywhere to sell their assets. It is the  quick-fix solution of today as nationalisation was a  quick fix for an earlier generation.  Next up in post-Thatcher Britain may be the privatisation of tail, water and police services. Will  Canada follow that far?  If Prime Minister Campbell is to be our Iron  Lady and lead us down the ideologue's single-  minded path, I fear the long-term consequences.  COAST^NEWS  Subscription ler-s for  ta.Co.et News or the WmkeMm.  Ce-edt: I year . $3S+ 12.45 CST - J37.45  6 months ��� $201 $1.40 CST - $21.40  roreit-: t yaw ��� $40 (No CST)  Rag. No. 4702  The Sunshine Coast New. Is published on  the Sunshine Coasl, B.C. avany Monday by  Gliulord rr-u Id.  OhsomOrtl~S37Crvk.t-~e  Box460, Cibsons, BC, VON IVO  1604) 886-2622, Fax |604) 886-7725  Sesd^om~S52lCowrk_L  Box 68 Sea-hell. B.C., VON 3AO  (604) 8(5-3930, Editorial (604) M5-3980,  Fax (604) 885-3954  Pat Tripp  MM  Manager Cam Purify  Mtattatna  Raspreeenlarivee Bill Rogers, Slmone Certysle-Saniati,  Loni Shaw, Janice Edmonds  Office Mvugtr Anne Thomsaan  OrlK.St.lt  ���Qlbeons SueConnor  . Sechell Hana Rosa  Editor Chares Han  Reporter*      Small Burtsaak*.,  __,.  Jane Seyd. Derek McNaaaaTMSon  Phclop/aspher Joel Johnstone  Production  Msnasger       Cathy Mack  Production  Annie MacTartsh,  Vomcommmltys AWAUj-mNNINC  The Sunshine Coast News ts protected by copyright  and reproduction of any part of it by any means is  prohibited unless permission in writing is first secured  fiom Glassford Press Ltd., holder of the copyright Coast News, July 12, 1993  Changing fortunes of jazz world  It is a fact that, back in the  sixties and seventies, many of  our best jazz-playing musicians  were out of work. People, like  you and I, were paying top  bucks for folk and rock, but jazz  was dropping off the vine.  Many of our top jazz men  were living in rooming houses at  that time, but rooming houses  were by no means ideal. Jazz  men have to practise per se, and  a man simply trying to attain a  Bix Beiderbecke tone on his  trumpet at three in the morning  could tend to evacuate an entire  rooming house.  In central Toronto there was,  and still is I guess, two or three  blocks usually known as beautiful Allen Gardens. Quiete nice  really. Toronto is a town that  doesn't have much in the way of  parks. I lived for a while in a  hotel which looked down over  Allen Gardens, and sometimes  at night there would be riffs of  jazz wafting up.  On its southern rim then  there was a big old stone mansion type house which was taken  over and turned into a rooming  situation by a tough old Dane  called Christianssen. Somehow  the first trumpet in town,  Reynolds, came to be there, and  in no time at all the place was  filled with jazz men, and it was  almost impossible to live there  unless you were some kind of a  jazzman. It was, as Christianssen saw, an all or nothing at  all situation.  So, if you dropped in you  could very well get the impression that this was some sort of  Northern Jazz Academy. The  place was never, at any hour of  the day or night, without some  sort of sound going on there.  A jazzman of the day was a  man we called Bozz. Bozz was  six foot something, wore his  hair clipped, had a ready smile,  and played a top clarinet and  also saxophone. Bozz developed  a few bands that he led, playing  the old Dixieland, but Bozz was  also Canada's number one  boomerang man.  In the basement of his house  he made boomerangs, and he  would try them out in Balfour  Park, a ravine in the centre of  In a nutshell  Toronto. I used to live along  there, and might go for a walk  along the little stream there  before breakfast, and there  would be this whizz-whizz-  whizz of Bozz's boomerangs.  Bozz gathered a band together and played in extraordinary  places, like new shopping malls  in northern Toronto, etc. Once  he was called to play at the  opening of a new hotel in Las  Vegas.  He got the band down there  and everything but, as can happen in Vegas, signals had got  crossed. Another band was in  and they didn't even know him.  Bozz had enough scratch to get  the band back to Toronto, but he  himself was stranded in Vegas.  Jazzmen rallied around. The  stuart nutter  slot machines down there it  seems are supposed to pay off to  the government of Nevada. If  they don't, little people go out at  night and change the numbers  on the machines. Bozz was  passed the numbers, and  returned comfortably to old TO.  But what can you say about  jazz really. It is a happy sound,  OK, but it comes on different  today. I turned on a program  called the Toronto Jazz Festival  the other day and got a cheery  bunch of Barbarians playing  xylophones, with an accompanist on a piano playing very  carefully considered chords. It's  just not jazz, as I think of jazz.  Jazz, the old jazz, however, is  still with us and very much  available.  Sincere best wishes are extended to  Dr. Pamela Earle  on the occasion of her retirement  DR. GRANT WOOD  will continue to welcome  Sunshine Coast residents at the  Gibsons Optometry Clinic  Dr. Grant Wood  Optometrist  General Eye  ft Vision Care  Member of the  B.C. Association  of Optometrists  Gibsons Medical Dental Centre Office Hours  815 Sunshine Coast Highway       Tuesday-Friday 8 am. to i p.m.  RR#2 S2 C 73 Alternating Saturdays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Gibsons. BC 6M-7211  Members & Guests Welcome  letters  Clarification at  Sechelt Creek  Re: Your article in the June  26th edition of the Coast News  concerning Sechelt Creek  Hydropower Project  I wish to clarify some aspects  of the development which were  incorrectly reported, and to  counter some comments by Mr.  Doug Pierce, a conservation  officer employed by the BC  Ministry of the Environment  and the agency that along with  Energy, Mines and Petroleum  wrote, and indeed oversees, the  policy for small hydro development.  First off, let me clarify the  nature of this development. It is  not a water diversion scheme,  but rather a run-of-the-river  hydropower project that diverts  a portion of the creek water  flow through turbine generators  downstream of the intake, and  then returns all the flow back to  the creek. At no time during the  year will the creek bed be dry  above or below the intake.  A small weir will be built to  provide for adequate water levels above the intake to prevent  air entrainment. Even though  me intake and weir are situated  in the canyon, the level of water  upstream of the weir will not  exceed the natural high water  levels reached during freshets.  As well as providing economic benefits and a more  secure electrical supply to the  Sunshine Coast region, Conwest  is working wilh the Sechelt  Indian Band Hatchery, the Sunshine Coast Salmon Enhancement Society and the Department of Fisheries and Oceans to  design, build and operate an  enhanced salmon spawning and  rearing channel downstream of  the powerhouse discharge. Over  the years, the success of the  salmon stocking program has  resulted in many salmon finding  their way to Sechelt Creek.  After a short 800 m journey up  the creek, the fish encounter a  set of high falls which prevents  further migration. Our studies  have determined that very little  suitable gravel substrate exists  for a productive spawn to occur  in this section of the creek. Our  plan to devise a ground water  fed spawning channel adjacent  to the creek will greatly improve  the success rate of the spawn.  Our studies also showed that  the fishery upstream of the falls  The  SALTY  DOG  I Marine  Supply Store  8864077  III V .SPECIALS  Better than Vajwwrer prim  boatftiiitnftwax  Reg. price $11.71  wHktMaadfJ14.<H  FoMJ-fCnbTnpn  Ow price M*.��  k*s 10% aria* (Ma ad  ��� * ��V*_ m /XD a m"TtB m m a  CUT PITT COUPON  consists of small Dolly Vardon  Char in very low numbers.  1 would also like to comment  on Doug Pierce's perception  that the public was ill-informed  about the proposed project. I  would like to counter this  remark by stating that Conwest  undertook a rigorous public  consultation process which conformed closely to the small  hydro policy guidelines.  Numerous public agencies  and private interest groups were  contacted for discussions concerning the project. These  groups included the SCRD, the  Sechelt District, the Forest  Advisory Committee, the Outdoor Recreation Advisory Committee, the SCRD Planning  Committee, the Sechelt Indian  Government District, the  Salmon Enhancement Society,  , Ministry of Enyirprirnent (Fish  & Wildlife), Department of  Fisheries and Ocean, and Canfor. As well, three public open  houses were advertised through  local newspapers and flyers.  The meetings were held in  August of 1992 at Gibsons,  Sechelt and Pender Harbour.  Models, diagrams, story boards,  video presentations and information pamphlets were provided for the attendees. The meetings also had full press coverage.  The input from the consulting groups was used in devising  our development strategy and  also incorporated in the comprehensive Environmental and  Socioeconomic Screening  Report that was prepared and  submitted to the Ministry of  Environment (Water Licensing  Branch). This report was then  disseminated to 12 government  agencies for review. The  reviewing agencies included  various branches of MOE,  EMPR, Parks and Lands, Heritage, Sechelt Indian Band,  SCRD, Aboriginal Tribal Council in North Vancouver, Department of Fisheries and Oceans  and others. A copy of this report  was made available for public  review at the Provincial Government Library in Victoria, as  well as the SCRD office.  Substantially ail of our public  consultation was documented as  proof of our efforts.  Finally, we recognized from  the onset, the natural beauty of  the lower reach of Sechelt  Creek. Conwest discussed the  aesthetics of the development  with various groups including  the SCRD and Mr. Pierce, who  was present at one of our meetings. We endeavoured to  explore the possibility of constructing an underground powerhouse. If this option proves  not feasible, we have committed  to include the SCRD and the  SIB in reviewing the architecture of the powerhouse, which  will follow traditional Salish  design, so that it is complementary of the surrounding beauty.  This, indeed, is the nature of  sustainable development -  enhancing, not detracting from  the environment.  I hope this letter serves to  better inform the area residents  concerning the nature of the  Sechelt project. Should any of  your readers require additional  information, please contact the  writer at: 814 Crestwood Drive,  Coquitlam, BC, V3J 5S5, Tel:  (604) 931-5351, Fax: (604) 931-  9078  RON V. SWANSON  Conwest Exploration  Company Limited  Helping wildlife  Although public interest and  concern have been favorable  towards the S.C. Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre, the Centre is  in dire need of financial help.  The average cost per month  to run the facility is $1,200.  This does not include the $1  million liability insurance  (which is due now), nor the  $600 repair bill to fix the Centre's computer.  Please help the Wildlife"  Rehab Centre continue its service for both yourselves and our  native wildlife.  At this time, the facility is  running at a $5,000 deficit, all  of which should have been paid  "yesterday".  Please help. Tax receipts are  issued for donations. Memberships are $10 per year.  S.C. Wildlife Rehabilitation  Centre, Box 8, Trout Lake  Road, Halfmoon Bay, VON  IY0.  j. DICKESON  i*  SECHELT  5528 Wharf Street'885-2526  Friday & Saturdayjufy 16 & 17  RAY O'TOOLE  FrMeyefify-  6-8 pm, $7.00 ind. 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I  W6j7064jcoiioct) j  ,. OFFICIAL BNTRYm FORM \  ������  m  ���ft-H* Coast News, July 12, 1993  Coast Seed & Sod  886-2314  Retaining walls *irrigatio  cement work  full landscapes  Gibsons to Pender Harbour  LEN WRAYS TRANSFER LTD.  HOUSEHOLD GOODS MOVING & STORAGE  CONFIDENTIAL  RECORD STORAGE  AND  DESTRUCTION SERVICE I  CLEAN OUT THOSE  CLUTTERED SPACES  I S^SAts^o AND HAVE  I RECORDS     YOUR RECORDS  DESTROYED*  BUSINESS  RECORDS  PERSONAL  FILES  1  ^5  VOLUME SHREDDINO ���  HO JOB TOO BIU OR TOO SMALL  LOCATED ATj.1052 HIGHWAY 101, QIBSONS  886-2664  The wedding ceremony for  Sonja Reiche and Kenan  Mackenzie took place last June  19 in St. Mary's, Gibsons, wilh  Father Angelo officiating.  Because of their special inter  cst in horses the bride and  groom, who bolh grew up here  in Gibsons, chose a novel way  to come lo church. They arrived  by horse-drawn coach with thc  driver in Bavarian costume  After the ceremony the bride  and groom in their coach and thc  wedding party in a horse-drawn  wagon took a roundabout route  through upper Gihsons in thc  warm summer evening to the  Custance residence on Payne  Road.  At the reception in thc church  hall, thc master of ceremonies  was thc groom's brother.  Donard of Victoria.  The bride is thc daughter of  Wolfgang and Brigitlc Reiche of  North l-'lctchcr Road, and thc  groom thc son of Ian and Agatha  Mackenzie of Bayview Heights.  It is of interest to note that in the  SFor the finest in area dining  Dining guiDE  Featured Restaurant of the Week  El Nino  Seafood House  Fresh Seafood our Specialty  Daily Specials  Quick Lunches hy Day  Oceanview Fine Dining at  Night  Tableside Flamhes  Reservations Recommended  Open 7 Days a Week Lunch llt30-2:30; Dinner 4:30-9:30  Marine Drive, Gibsons Landing ��� ��86-3891  FAMILY DINING  Kilt KHjaJO - Surround yourself with  art, the aroma of superb coffees  and the tantalizing smells of our  gourmet cuisine and desserts.  Everything is made with care and  presented with panache and flair.  We're located in the heart of  Sechelt at #4-5689 Cowrie St. and  are open Monday-Saturday, 8:30  a.m.-5J0 p.m. 885-8837.  That Bott Houm - Just a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  offering daily choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood from the West,  East and Gulf Coasts as well as a  variety of other specialties. Join us  after 5 pm for dinner 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.  Hild-A-Way RHtiurant - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Cibsons Motor Inn on Hwy.  101 at Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to 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-9pm., Saturdays & Sundays 7am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserls. Eat to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday &  Saturday night 2 for 1 dinner special 5pm-10pm. Reservations 886-  4501.50 seats plus banquet room.  MUdl Family Restaurant Located in  Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Cibsons.  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 & air conditioned. Winter Houis: Open Sun -  Thurs, 11 am - 9 pm. Fri 4 Sat 11  am-10 pm. 886-2993  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Tho Whirl - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view and  sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its best.  ���  Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2 pm.  Fully licensed and air conditioned.  Dinner reservations recommended.  Hivy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  BREAKFAST & LUNCH  Dt Dutch Pmntkotk Houm - Enjoy  Breakfast or Lunch outdoors  among the trees and flowers on our  new patio. We're serving Breakfast  and Lunch all day long, from 6 am  Mon-Fri and 7 am weekends. But  Breakfast at De Dutch isn't just limited to the North American traditional bacon & eggs (although that's  here too!). We've got Dutch style  pancakes (Pannekoeks), French  toast, Dutch toast... and creative  lunch ideas too! Great tasting fresh  ground coffee and fresh home baking! Visit De Dutch Pannekoek  House today and we're sure you'U  keep coming back Find us on Hwy.  101 (Sunshine Coast Hwy.) across  from the Sunnycrest Mall in the  Cedars Inn complex. 886-9090. Visa  & MasterCard accepted.  Backtddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle 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.  Open 7 days a week. Pub open  noon - closing. Kitchen hours:  Noon-8:00 pm.  Irvlnti Landing 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: Galley 11 am to 10  pm; Pub 11 am to 11 pm. Pender  Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard 4  Visa. Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Andy'i Bwtaurint - Lunch and dinner specials every day. House specialties include prime rib, veal  dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta, Thai  food and lots of new gourmet dishes. Don't miss Andy's great lunch  buffet Mon-Fri and our popular  Sunday brunch, 11 am ��� 2:30 pm.  Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open  7 days a week.  Blut Htron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Observe the tranquil  ducks and geese or dine by moonlight with a candle at your table.  Our deck is now open for the summer season. Live classical guitar  nightly. To savor this supeib dining  experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday. Lunch  11am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm. 885-3847.  Chtl Phllippt Rtttaurant at Bonniebrook Lodge. Enjoy a delicious  dinner in the quiet country elegance  of our dining room. We have an  extensive wine list and friendly professional service. Located at the  waterfront, foot of Gower Pt. Rd.  Reservations recommended: 886-  2188. Open from 5 JO/7 days a week  Crttk Houm - 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 Visa 4 Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino ��� Dine in the 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 flambs* desserls  are prepared at your tableside Our  lunch menu contains sandwiches  and burgers. OPEN 7 DAYS A  WEEK Lunch hours: 11:30 - 2:30.  Dinner hours: 4:30 - 9.30. Visa and  Mastercard. Reservations recommended. 886-3891.  On Thi Bitch - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by 4 sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8 am-2:30 pm. Dinner  Reservations Recommended. In the  heart of Sechelt at the Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emit 1 Omn'i Drivt 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.  ',  Ncwlvweds Kenan and Sonja Mackenzie.  wedding service in thc church,  the scripture was read by thc  groom's mother.  Matron of honour was the  bride's sister, Susan Elliott, who  designed and made lhe dresses  for thc bride and thc bridesmaids. Bridesmaids were Bar  bara Sawchuk and Sandy Kern.  Ushers were Stephen Rhodes  and thc groom's brother, Ardan.  Best man was David Mahoney,  thc groom's cousin visiting from  Ireland.  The bridesmaids' dresses  were of hunter green velvet with  Photo submitted  sleeves of ruffled organza. The  bride was elegantly gowned in  mermaid-style silk taffeta  trimmed with hand sewn lace  and pearl beadwork with an  organza ruffled train.  The couple will reside on  Lockycr Road.  Deadline looming for Gibsons  Golden Girl contest submissions  The Coast News is again  sponsoring thc Gibsons Sea  Cavalcade Golden Girl Contest.  If you know a woman of tM)  years or better with personal  qualities such as an indomitable  pioneer spirit and generosity  toward thc community, submit  her name along with a letter  explaining why shc should be  Gibsons Golden Girl.  Each nominator must include  his or her own name, address  and phone number and may not  nominate more than one candidate.  Send your entries lo:  Gibsons Golden Girl  c/o Coasl News  PO Box 460, Gibsons BC,  VON IVO  or drop off your submission at  our Gibsons office; 537 Cruice  Lane, or in Sechelt at 5521  Cowrie Street.  The deadline is Thursday, July  16 at.5pm.  nberts creek  Last year's Golden Girl, Winnifred "Winnie" Tyson,    file photo  by Amerval du Planty  The Daze will kick-off on the  evening of Aug. 20 wiih a baseball game and a family picnic at  Cliff Gilker Park. Saturday Aug.  21 the day will begin with a higgledy-piggledy parade, continue  with a day-long fair at Cliff  Gilker Park and conclude with  an evening dance at thc Roberts  Creek Community Hall.  A parade marshall has come  forward so if your street or  group is planning a float Ihe person to contact is Rick Clark at  886-8503. Charmaine and Dave  De Montrcuil are organizing the  children's activities and may be  contacted at 886-2807 if you can  contribute lo the fun. Randi  Tame at 886-9324 is organizing  thc booths for crafts and food.  The music and entertainment  is being organized by Melanie  Berg at 885-3720. Gail Newman  is thc co-ordinator of the entire  event and may be contacted al  886-3977 with any contributing  ideas. Yvonne Mounsey (886-  7815) is responsible for Ihe publicity for Creek Daze.  Thc next meeting of the  Creek Daze committee is Tuesday July 13 at 7:30 pm at 1179  Crowe Road, Randi Tame's  place. Everyone is welcome to  participate.  Roberts Creek Library  With the Festival of the Written Arts fast approaching at  Rockwood Centre, Sechelt, you  can get a preview of the works  of many of the authors at the  Roberts Creek Library.  A farmer's market  will be held at tbe  Hall from 8 am to  1 pm every Sunday  Eric Wilson, Anne Lindsay,  Mordecai Richler, Susan Mus-  grave and Michael Ondaatje are  just a few of the authors represented at the library.  Katherine Trueman, the  Roberts Creek authority on  books for summer reading, recommends as a winner for science fiction 77ie Dragonhone  Chair by Tad Williams. For  crime and mystery enthusiasts  Katherine recommends Simon  Correction to July Realtor  West Sechelt Quality Custom Rancher$223,000  Gorgeous 1600' home on quiet street, 3 bdrms, ensuite, deluxe  kitchen with island & nook, family room, heated garage, sunken  living room, landscaped front & back, hot tub, fully fenced yard.  Top quality throughout.  Diana Starbuek 886-9408,1-9784812  <Pe����ft  es  REAIXYLTD.  ^J^_&__r__rVmj!'.  __^U... .. SB -.~i a-TtSS  Brett's Mrs. Pargeler's Point of  Flesh. Other excellent fiction  reading includes Lion ofJudah  by Victoria Ostrousky and No  Other Life by Brian Moore. For  sports enthusiasts and those who  enjoyed the Stanley Cup series,  the book Home Game about  hockey and life in Canada by  superstar Ken Dryden and Roy  MacGregor.  And finally on the political  front Audrey MacLaughlin's  book A Woman's Place - My  Life and Politics is suggested.  To receive a wallet-sized  library card is $3 per year and  family members may use the  same card or pay 50 cents for  each additional card. Book loans  are for a three-week period and  may be relumed lo the Roberts  Creek Store, outside of library  hours.  Regular and casual users of  the Roberts Creek Library are  encouraged to check the shelves  at home and see if there may be  any overdie books. These may  be returned to the library or  store with no questions asked.  Library hours: Tuesday 5 pm to  9 pm, Thursday 3 pm lo 7 pm,  Saturday 10 am to 2 pm.  Other community news  A farmer's market will be  held at the Roberts Creek Community Hall from 8 am to I pm  every Sunday. Fresh organic  produce, herbs, berries in season, free-range eggs, home-  baked goodies, bedding plants,  jams and jellies and more. Any  Roberts Creek area farmer wilh  surplus produce is welcome to  contact Debbie Osier at 886-  3994 if you wish to participate.  Community lull  Work continues on the septic  system and much time, energy  and materials have been donated  all round. However, as this was  a very costly and unexpected  modification, additional funds  are still required for its completion. There is a "Collection  Gumboot" at the Robeits Creek  Store and everyone is encouraged to make a contribution to  this essential work.  ���Mi  mmm Coast News, July 12, 1993  community  Porpoise Bay celebrates Canada's parks day  Porpoise Bay Provincial Park is happy to  present its second annual Old Fashioned Picnic to celebrate Canada Parks Day on July  17.  The fun begins at 2 pm with old fashioned races in the day-use area near the  beach. The races include the three-legged  race, wheel barrow race, potato sack race,  and more. A net and volleyball will be avail-  davls bay news  by Jo-Anne Sheanh 885-3629  The sandcastle competition  on the holiday weekend attracted hundreds of people of all  ages to thc beach at Davis Bay.  Every available space on every  street was used to park cars and  the sands swarmed with humanity. Thc weather co-operated as  usual and a great time was had  hy all.  Crafts-ile  Thc Craft Sale, which was  also held on thc holiday weekend, enticed a goodly number to  part with a few of their dollars  to purchase some of thc unique  things that were offered. Perhaps thc rainy day deterred  some, but for those who ventured forth, it was well worth it.  There were 11 tables with a  wide variety of crafts that were  of excellent quality. Cinnamon  buns, sausage roils and bran  muffins donated by Sue LeNevc  and Eileen Nelsen, were sold  along with tea and coffee by Sue  and Vi Gibbons with all proceeds going to Books for Newborns. Bill LcNcvewishes to  thank all who participated, the  sellers as well as thc buyers, but  we in thc community owe Bill a  vote of thanks for all thc effort  he puts into these endeavors, for  they arc never personal ones bul  able for those interested.  Families are invited to picnic during the  course of the day. Jerry the Moose will be  around during the races to shake hands and  sign autographs.  Last year's old-fashioned picnic was a big  success with 300 people participating.  In the evening, at 8:30 pm, those gathered  will continue to celebrate Parks Day with the  Sunshine Coast Astronomy Club (SCAC)  presenting a slide show on things to see in  the night sky.  After the slide show things will move to  the beach to have a look through the  SCAC's telescope - maybe Saturn will be  visible again, as it was last year.  Come alone, come with a friend, come  with your family... come to have fun.  $2  IP'  OOAbagday  Tues. July 13th  "one day only"  HELP THB  Thrifty's  GIBSONS  Donation!    eet'2'ee sr Boa 698  New to Gibsons  NORMA'S  ELECTROLYSIS STUDIO  Permanent & safe removal of unwanted hait  ��� Latest in computerized thermolysis St blend methods  ��� Complimentary 10 min. introduction  ��� Certified Electrolygist  ��� Evening appointments available  ��� Privacy of home based studio  For appointment call 886-7756  Sechelt Volunteer firefighters serve up beverages and  building at Davis Bay July 4.  for the huge crowd during sandcastle  Joel Johnstone photo  always for thc good of the community.  Library  Just a little reminder that the  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek  Library is open Fridays 12 noon  to 4 pm and Saturdays 2 pm to 4  pm. There's always a good read  tucked away somewhere on thc  shelf just waiting to be picked  up and taken home.  Summertime is my favourite  time of thc year, but it is also the  hardest time to write a weekly  column. People are geared for  holidays, visitors and in general,  "chilled out" if I may use a colloquialism. Groups and organizations are in hiatus for the summer, so there is little to report  on. If you have anything you  wish to share with the readers,  special events; unusual guests,  etc., please give me a call.  Humourist Stephen Lcacock  said, "writing is no trouble: you  just jot down ideas as they occur  to you. The jotting is simplicity  itself - it is the occurring which  is difficult."  NEW?  On the Coast  Baby  ���      Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL US!  ,    Gibsons Sechelt for Babies  Sylvia M6-4620      Ruth 885-8847      Midge B85-338Q  sechelt scenario  by Deanna Lucder 885-7365  Early one morning last week,  I slipped out to our garden anticipating gathering a howl of fresh  strawberries for breakfast. Thc  deer had eaten up all thc berries  in one bed bul had never discovered this second bed, hidden  away behind thc rhubarb. It was  a beautiful morning, everything  sparkled in thc sunshine and  dew.  But not in that strawberry  patch. It was a shock, there were  no big green leaves, no fat red  strawberries, only hundreds of  chewed-off stems turning brown  in thc sun and lots of tell-tale  hoof prints embedded in the dirt.  So much for the strawberry season at our house!  Later, our neighbour's round  little Terrier who stands ahout  10 inches high went on her regular morning sniff over her  domain.  By now thc doe was in her  yard. Shc and the doc met. It  was not a happy encounter. Possibly suffering from over-eating,  but more likely protecting her  new fawns hiding in the nearby  trees she struck out at Patches.  As Patches turned, yelping,  to hightail it to thc house, thc  deer kicked her again on that  high tail area. Patches visited thc  vet for some repairs to her very  sore rump. She is now recovering in royal fashion at home.  She has her blanket and pillow  on the couch and loyal attendants anticipating her every  need.  One does not think of deer as  being aggressive, hut I guess all  mothers arc the same when Ihey  have young ones lo protect.  FRESH,  FRESH,  FRESH!  I 111.-.     .aa.lals   .llxaul  I  la-s.ll  I  ,,!(,.,.  AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  That, or over-eating makes deer  cranky.  Arts centre  The new studio behind the  Arts Centre at Trail Avenue and  Medusa Street is ready for all  the summer programs thc arts  council has set up for both children and adults. Today the outdoor painting class with Stan  Kershaw begins. It is the first of  six Monday sessions. Call 885-  5412 for infonnation on this and  many other programs.  Sechelt library  Thc Sechelt Public Library is  running a summer reading program beginning July 14 at 1:30  pm for children ages 6 to 12  years.  Give your child thc time out  from thc hot sun and the opportunity to enjoy some wonderful  stories. Call 885-3260 for information.  Red tide  There is still a red tide alert  all along thc Sunshine Coast, so  don't harvest any shellfish until  thc all clear signal from thc  Department of Fisheries and  Oceans.  Senior hall meet  An important meeting will he  taking place tomorrow, Tuesday, July 13 at 7 pm al the new  Seniors Hall on Trail Avenue. It  concerns future planning for  Sechelt.  The meeting will begin with  a panel discussion headed by Dr.  Hardwick, an urban geographer,  and representatives from  Sechelt's various Official Communily Plan areas.  This meeting is open to all  interested citizens and full discussion with everyone participating with constructive ideas is  welcomed. It's our village, let's  plan ahead, especially thinking  of green spaces, residential,  recreational and business development.  Have a good week everyone.  Enjoy the sun when it shines but  remember those UV rays.  stockfrom  ONESli  Has arrived!  for men, women & children  Open Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30 PM  Now Open Sun. 11-4:00 PM  5729 Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-6460   Sechelt/Canada  Celebration Days  The July 1 Celebration was enjoyed by  thousands of people, both visitors and from  our community. Unity in Community was the  theme of Celebration Day this year. The  people and groups listed below made the  theme come to life by contributing their time,  manpower and goods to the benefit of the  festivities. No activity would have happened  without these people.  Participating Groups:  ��� Lion's Club of Sechelt ��� District of Sechelt  ��� Rotary Club ��� Sechelt Nation ��� Home Support  ��� Federal Government  Sponsors:  ��� Clayton's Heritage Market ��� Anderson Realty  ��� Sechelt Golf & Country Club  ��� Sunshine Coast Insurance ��� B.A. Blacktop  ��� Trail Bay Sports  ��� IGA Plus (Wilson Creek) ��� Pharmasave  ��� Trail Bay Hardware ��� The Amateur Radio Club  ��� The Decorating Den "The Sunshine Press  ��� The Coast News  Individuals:  ��� Valerie Bourne ��� Nikki Webber ��� Janice Brown  ��� Howie Joe ��� Robin Wheeler ��� Genvieve Lemarchand  ��� Judy Mclay ��� Auntie Bemie ��� Joyce Erickson  ��� Rosemary Whittey ��� Clint Fox ��� Linda Ahtianen  ��� Joyce Ripper ��� Stella Johnson ��� Nancy Baker  ��� Auntie Shelley ��� Cindy ��� Faye Comish  ��� Dawn Cornish ��� Emily Bartlet  (And I am sure that I left out a few)  Please note these names and acknowledge their  contribution in some personal way if you ever  have the opportunity.  Bev Tanchak,  Coordinator '93     -*  This space courtesy of Iht Coasl Sews  ftye Corporation of tye  Bfcttttt of &f cl)f It  P.O. Box 129,5M5 Inlet Avenue, Ss3chelt, B.C. VON 3A0 Telephone (604)865-1966 Fax:(604)885-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  New O.C.P. Questionnaire  Next Week  The District of Sechelt thanks everyone  who has participated in the Official  Community (OCP) review process thus far.  To date, the Planning Department has  received reports from each of the seven  neighbourhood subcommittees as well as  "Database 93" and our completed  geotechnical report. All of this Information  provides an invaluable resource for our  community as well as an important base for  OCP revision.  Our preliminary resident survey was well  received and we thank those residents who  took the time to fill them in and return them  to Municipal Hall. Your responses have  been reviewed and, as a result, a second,  more personalized questionnaire will be  published in the July 19th issue of the  Coast News. It is MOST IMPORTANT that  you complete this survey so that YOUR  COMMENTS are taken into consideration  in the OCP review.  YOUR INVOLVEMENT IN THE OCP  REVIEW PROCESS IS ESSENTIAL IN  ENSURING THAT SECHELT'S REVISED  OCP TRULY REFLECTS THE  COMMUNITY'S VISION FOR SECHELT'S  FUTURE.  Penalty on Late Payment  of 1993 Property Taxes  Please note that the deadline for payment of  1993 property taxes was Friday, July 2nd,  1993. Payments received after that date will  have a 10% penalty added (postmarked  envelopes are net acceptable).  Attention Peter  Your sister Colleen or Pauline called  from Oregon and left a message on the  Mayor's Hot Line. Would you please  call her as soon as possible.  Do Your Part  Put yukkies in their place!  Regular Council  Meetings  Regular Council Meetings take place on  the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of each  month at the Municipal Hall, Inlet Ave.  Mayor's  Hotline  885-5360 Coast News, July 12, 1993  For free in home estimate call John at 885-0588  SURREY DRAPERY CENTRE  nnr���inm���innr  0  c  c  0  asss.  \y_r_ir____rx_T_y  a  ColorYourWorld  1  n  c  0  c  nor  DEALERSHIP OPPORTUNITY  Color Your World l�� writing an aggrt'Mlvc uwncr/apcratar f��>r 4  ilf.ilcr*iliip in your area. Thc decorating centre could he Incorporated   fm  into .in existing retail husinrss or could stand imkprmlrnlly LJ  Color Your World will provide:  ��� Guaranteed Quality Products  ��� Comprehensive training  ��� Proven marketing strategy  ��� Ongoing support  If you wish tn consider being associated with Canada's larnrst home  decorating clialn please contact B��>h skinner at 1(604) 9400433 or  hy mail:  Color Your World  7W) Vantage Way, Unit l  Delta, B.C. VtO IHI  Pax: I {604)940-1984  l__F  0  3  0  iccrrr^occ  inm���inn  Coast News Classifieds  GET RESULTS!  REIMK  Here We Grow Again!!  RE/MAX "top 20" is pleased to welcome to its  growing team of Professional Realtors  Elaine Kupka  Elaine Kupka  In preparation for ;i successful Real  Rsiaic career, Rlaine has spenl the lasl 9  monih**. working locally :.s ,\ mortgage  broker.  I'.lainc haSoWncd property dn'lhey  Sunshine Coast for i I 2 years and for the  pasi l years lias lived and enjoyed owning  a small business In Gibsons.  She offers her many years of experience  wilh buying, remodelling and selling ol  property I laving run .i construction  company, done property management anil  possessing a lull working knowledge ol  financial statements,  Elaine invites all Iter business associates,  friends and clients requiring prolessional  rc.il estate services lo conlacl her ai thc  office 886-2670 or her residence 886-3525.  Chances are we're going to sell your home.  Why not call us first?  886-2670 van toil free 682-7392  community  bv Kuth Forrester KK5-24IK  The caretakers at Cooper's  Green have been keeping Iraek  nl statistics on the use of Ihe  (ireen and have eome up with  some interesting figures, In the  month of June, I64h people  useil the (ireen. 74.1 boats were  launched, and 101 divers used  the area.  Don and Joan Martin have  their hands lull keeping lhe area  in top condition for the pleasure  nl us all, since it is not always  smooth sailing in Ihe park.  Many of our local users seem to  ignore the luc! that this is a pub  lie paik and lhal drinking alcohol theie is breaking Ihe law.  Then Ihere are those who spoil  things for other users by doing  stupid things lo which there is  un point whatever. I'or Instance,  the horseshoe pilch is enjoyed  hy many, Ihe horseshoes have  always been available for Ihose  who wanled to Iry Iheir hand al  the game.  Recently, however, Ihere  weie no horseshoes lo he found,  anil it wasn't until several days  later lhat they were discovered  having heen thrown up into Ihe  surrounding trees. No doubt  some folks thought this was fun,  hut il has led lo the forced lockup of Ihis equipment with permission to use now being a  necessity. Too bad that Ihe  majority of dcccnl folks have lo  be penalized because of the stupidity of a lew.  The (ireen was the setting for  a pretty wedding last Saturday  when Jim Doskocil and Helene  Anderson exchanged vows. We  wish them many happy years  together.  Bye bye office  Those friends who used to  Newlywcds  Jim .)oskocil  and Helene  Anderson.  Kuth Porroslcr  photo  Join A Caravan  leaving for  MEXICO:  l.H,i|,i( .Jilimiii.  Kinsiwous: San Diego  Departures kin. 7,I'M  2. (iimiv.al in M.s7.iH.Tn;  tfie Copper Canyon;  l\OTtnV.*tft.i  RitkI'TVixjs: Nogailrs  Departt*refeb.'5,f994  Exixiinx isl Bilingual Guide  Tim Nk hols  r.v.gakavw tours  i701ii"kilsiani)k.  OjOvTOAIE surrey,  B.CV3S5V3  raj((ilM|.r>7��r,'12  v."  pop into the Sechelt Coast News  ollice on Mondays and Tuesdays to say hello, or who gave a  wave as they passed by Ihe window, will probably have noticed  thai yours truly is no lunger in  residence in lhal seal behind llie  golden lifelines  desk. After quite a few years on  thc job. I decided lhal lhe lime  had come to quit and to enjoy  the summer. It docs not, however, mean a compiele break away  from the newspaper as I shall  continue with Halfmoon Hap  penings and taking pictures of  local events. So, if you have  ilems you'd like to have mentioned in thc column, please  don'l hesitate lo call me at  home. Your input is always necessary and welcome.  It pays to  advertise in the  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!  hy Joyce Oslry  Seniors spend a great ileal of time in their gardens and visiting their families during summertime. The garage sale is now scheduled for August  14. Of course, you can't lorgel lhe Seniors Picnic  on Thursday. Aug. 14 al 12 pm, Provincial Park,  liasl Porpoise Hay.  EMA - Electric Mobility Aids  I.MA drivers are considered by law to be pedestrians. This means not only do you enjoy all the  legal protection and rights of a pedestrian, bul all  Ihe responsibilities, loo.  Some legal responsibilities for an I.MA driver:  ��� Whenever possible, always travel on the sidewalk;  ��� Yield right of way to vulnerable pedestrians;  �� When sidewalks are noi accessible - or not  there al all - Iravel on Ihe edge of the road, facing  oncoming traffic;  ��� Cross roads only al crosswalks, or at corners;  ��� Don'l jaywalk (jayride?).  You shouldn't allow any other person to  "drive" your HMA from a standing/walking position, especially when you arc silting in it. Nor  should it be "freewheeled" wilh you in it, since this  disengages thc power brake, and thc handbrake  may he inadequate to completely slop lhe EMA.  You arc thc best one to look after your safety so  always drive defensively.  Visibility is the biggest single threat to your  safety so never assume that others have scen"yo0,  or know where you're going. Be sure you are highly visible lo car drivers and always watch out for  thc other guy.  Grass, gravel, potholes and other such things  are all worthy of your close attention. Watch for  uneven surfaces, curb edges, drop-offs, steep  slopes and stairs.  Don'l ride your scooter where you could not  safely or legally walk. Whenever possible use curb  cuts, lanes and driveways to gain access to Ihe  sidewalk.  He extremely careful when negotiating curbs.  Never turn comers at high speed.  Thc slogan "Don't drink and drive" applies to  l.MAs as well as cars. This includes drugs, too.  Use caution if you're on medication.  When reversing, always do it slowly and with  caution.  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Caple leads up-to-date classes in  jazz and modern theatre dance. Classes will be held at the studio on Wharf  Avenue, Sechelt with two levels for  children and an adult and teen group  on Wednesday evenings.  The summer school runs from July  13 to July 29 and registration is still  available.  Veronica Maguire, artistic director, soloist and choreographer of  "Alma de Espana" will also be teaching flamenco at the summer school.  Maguire, accompanied by her husband, flamenco guitarist Harry Owen,  will delight everyone with style,  verve and exciting rhythms.  Flamenco is a form of music, guitar, song and dance, originating in  southern Spain, Staccato rhythms and  fiery energy are interspersed with  slow and infinitely graceful movements. With hands clapping or clicking castanets and feet in sturdy, squat  heels stamping, flamenco relies on  exquisite timing and a constant controlled tension.  Maguire andOwen will finish their  three day stay with a performance  with their company, Alma de Espana,  at the Raven's Cry Theatre, Sechelt,  at 8 pm, July 29.  egmont news  Pat Thlbadeau 883-2028  Val Verrall, who gave an informative talk on  recycling on Tuesday last week, will be back  tomorrow to help us make our own paper from  scraps, so please bring used paper from home. A  variety of colours will make very interesting paper.  The rest of this week we will be doing arts and  crafts: beadwork, papier mache, collages, rainmakers, driftwood creation, claywork, knots and rope  splicing, and shell critters. On Thursday, July 7,  Blake Fougere and Colette Fauchon of the Sunshine Coast Forest Service gave a wonderful presentation on our forests and trees. Everyone has  now started a Douglas Fir tree from seeds to be  planted when they grow big enough. We planted  one Douglas Fir next to Wendy's tree for all the  people of Egmont, past, present and future.  Thank you  Thank you, Guy Dowd, for cutting the grass on  Wednesday in preparation for soccer practice. Peter  Kenny comes every Wed. at 6 pm and would like  to see a big turnout. Check at the school during the  day to see if Peter will be able to make it; the number if 883-2028.  harbour gybe  Children at play  I hope our "Children at Play" sign by Waugh  Lake will remind motorists to watch for our Fun  Program group trooping up the road for our afternoon swim. Thanks Art Popp for your prompt  action to our request for a sign.  A hearty thank you also to Norm and Fran Cot-  termole for the excellent board games, to Geoff  Craig for the sports equipment, to Mr. Hallman for  the plants (Buck, the goat, nibbled on the tomato  plants, but they seem to be flourishing again!), to  Gibsons Building Supplies for the lumber, to  Brooks & Miller Floor Coverings for the terrific  samples for our art work, and to Scanmar for the  loan of their TV for our forestry video.  Off fishing  Because Maureen will be busy fishing for most  of the summer, I'll be looking after the Egmont  News, but I do hope she'll be able to keep us posted.  In conclusion  And on a final note, I would like to remind  Tippy, King, and Stoker that the Summer Fun Program is for kids, not puppies.  Flamenco instructor Veronica Maguire.        Photo submitted  by Marie Bisson-Montpetit  Jolaine Percival of Kleindale  won the Girls Javelin Throw at  the Junior BC Provincial Championships with her personal best  of 40 78 metres and got second  in the Shot Put with another personal best of 10.51 metres in  Kamloops during her grad ceremony June 26.  Her mother was present at the  ceremony to receive Jolaine's  bursary awards.  This great athlete's coach  Wendy Simmonds will be wishing her well when she goes off  to Sherbrooke, Quebec on July 8  with Team BC to the Canada  Junior Games in Athletics.  Jolaine is aiming for the Pan  American Games in Winnipeg  on July 12 after this competition  for both Javelin and the shotput.  Bon chance!  Enhancement derby  Lord Jim's on Sat. Aug. 14,  down to 4 pm. This is a  fundraising event with $40,000  in prizes. There is an entry fee  of $150, which includes an  evening BBQ and Award Ceremony, T-shirt, and eligibility for  door prizes. There is a limit of  300 participants. For more information phone 885-7038.  Raffle  The Chamber of Commerce  will be selling raffle tickets at  the Info Centre in Madeira Park  and other local outlets.  Ambulance  The Pender Harbour Ambulance Service is looking for new  recruits. If you are interested,  call Dennis at 883-2286.  Summer spa  Health tip: Lack of exercise  is the fourth leading cause of  heart disease which is the leading cause of non-accidental  death in North America. So  come on out for my Aquacize  classes on Tuesday and Thursday 10:30 am, or Step classes on  Wednesday mornings at Lord  Jim's.  There is also a Spa Lunch  available. Brigit will be running  a Stretch and Balance class at  the Legion on Monday mornings  at 10 am. I am also looking for  someone to train with in the  local lakes to swim across the  Georgia Strait on August 21, so  give Marie a call at 883-2142  for more info or news.  1  UWM  _urtfi  Wrm  s  r^z^mW  SE  ^~~~'  ��� i  _jt_  1 ���^****a^^tftBBfc��  >****--'JW  te^i '*-**������'-  *''">_  '"'���mW^_W^ .,,  a_|a?l  HAIRDRESSERS        MARINE SERVICES  Miss Sunny's  HAIR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  SHOPPING  Buiiom  883-9551  BUILDING     HOME HARDWARE  SUPPLIES    buildinc; CEN IRE  OrttW^ttvuf.'��.  JMAB1M.L  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Product!  883-2253  -"IIARMACY  883-2888  _____*!!_>**  Pender Harbour's ONLY  Full Lint Sporting Good! 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Friday, July 12, 1946  5c Per Copy. 12.50 P,er Year, by Mail  AlN HOLDS OFF  Vancouver Sun Britannia  Britannia Townsite      Swim (lasses Miners Out  Celebrates July 1       Al Gibsons On Me  ^mm-^-mm-m-i-wmw j GIBSONS Landing-The first of Yes,  Britannia  By I- G. STEWABT  OVERCAST skies greeted Britannia Towniite on the morning of July 1, when the annual  Dominion Day celebration got  under way but, with undaunted  spirits the committee and par-  ttcipants set out to make and  have a real day of fun.  The program was opened at  '-.30 a.m. with the school child-  .*Xs pageant, led by Betty  tfaterland, commemorating the  79th anniversary of confederation.  The raising of the Union Jack  followed and the address of  welcome was delivered by Mr,  C. Roper on behalf of the committee.  The kiddies sports were started at 10 a.m. with Geordie  Mitchell making sure everyone  toed the starting line. At 1:30  p.m. The adul sports started  and were followed at 3:30 p.m.  by the swimming events,  The attendance in the bleachers was not very large in the  morning but as the day progressed and the rain continued  to hold off, the bleachers became packed with a very enthusiastic crowd.  tn the evening the Mine  ���i flhall team outplayed the  Hi.itti team B-l. The Dominion  dance that closed the day  .'I'd   another   huge   success  lie committee is most cer-  ly due a great deal of credit  ��� hearty vote of (hanks for  ' the program wat plan.  "inducted.  ���   ������-������   "em* ���   "  Girls' relay race, 10-12, Carla  Dene Malm, Donalda Stewart,  Joan Bishop and Agnes Leret.  Boys' relay race, 12-14, Bob  Roach, Gordon Roach, Bill McKee and Bill Lewis.  Girls' relay race, 12-14. Joanne  Bell, Joan Scott, Betty Uu  Bogle and June Mayes.  Crucker eating contest, boys,  6-8. Laurie Frisby, Marvin  Mitchell.  Cracker eating contest girls  fi-H. Carrie Elliott, June Malm.  Cracker eating contest, boys  9-12, Raymoa Bennett, David  Hogg.  Cracker eating contest, girls  9-12, Donalda Stewart, Alice Anderson.  Boys' obstacle race, 10-14,  Tommy Waterland, Jack Os-  burne.  tiirla'   obstacle   race.   10-14,  The children had been all du  Dorothy Katledgv, Joan Scott,  vided into two teams, the red  and tha blue and at this time  a mammoth shuttle relay was  run between the two teams,  with the blue coming out on top.  ADULT SPORTS  Niedle and thread race, Joyce  Williard, Mrs. C. DeMeyers.  Egg and spoon married race,  Mrs E. Holmes. Mrs. C. Dt*  Meyers,  Egg and spoon race, single  ladles, Astrid Stcnberg. Jo>ee  Williard.  Wood sawing "ontest, Mrs  O  Malm   Mr*   "     e.Mev  V  GIBSONS Landing���The first of  the free swimming classes  sponsored by the Vancouvti*  Sun were held at the Municipal  Park at Gibsons on Saturday,  July 6. Despite the unco-opera*  tive weaver approximately 7|  pupils turned out to class. Dir*.  ector Bill Findlay and chief instructor, Steve Woodward stated  that they were alt pleased with  the turn out, and with the totp.l  enrolment, which now exceeds  one hundred. Instructors include Joan MacLagen, (formerly  Joan Lincoln). Valerie Adams,  and Beatrice Woodward. Joan  has held world records for  breast strokes, attended two Olympics and in 1942 and 1943  won the Sir Edward Beatty and  the Rose Bowl trophies. Valerie  has held a number of Canadian  Fr?e Style championships,  Because of the fact that  classes must be held in conjunction with the tides, new proposed times for starting of lessons  are  us  follows:  July 13. 2 p.m.: July 20, 12  noon; July 27, 2 p.m.; August 3,  12 noon: August 10, 2 p.m.: August 17, 12 noon; August 24, 1  pm.. August 31, 12 noon.  Pupils may enrol simply by  attending classes Anyone from  lhe age of 4 to 16 is eligable.  Residents Watch  Boats Coming  c  oing  Yes, Britannia is experiencing its first strike. It is regrettable that this, weapon has tt  be used in these gigantic struggles between labor unions and  management. It is an admitted  fact, that when it is alt over  neither side really wins out.  The human race has preached  against wars from generation to  generation and yet every generation makes sure it is able  to conduct a bigger and better  war. So it is, in th?se struggles  between employers and employees, although everyone  preaches peaceful means of settling differences, the old. old  weapons is used again.  The local situation is no doubt  one of the best ns far as strikes  go The relationship between  the union and management here  has always been on amicable  terms and it certainty is being  carried out during this strike  The company has respected the  union picket lines in every way  while the union has acknowledged the nerd of keeping  maintenance men on the Job.  Although the skip schedule has  been cut to two trips a day  with the several added trips to  meet evening boats The union  has hern granted the use of the  skip when they have desired it  Certainly if the present arrangements continue, it should leave  no one with a bad taste in their  mouths when this strike is over  Granlhams Wi.  Holds f  Sutherland  Passes; Known  At Gibsons  THE DEATH has been reported,  of Lieut.-Col. T. D. Sutherland  on July 6. The Colonel was well-  known in Granthams and Gibsons district and at one time  wu owner of Wakefield Inn,  His sudden death brings to an  end the lite of an adventurous  spirit, whose flight took him to  unbeaten paths and far off lands.  Beginning life as a tea planter  in Ceylon, then caught In the  current of the first great war  he saw service in the Meditera-  nean and France, winning the  D.S.O. and bar and the M.C.  Returning to Canada he Joined  the B.C Police force and was on  duty in our own district  The second world war found  him attached to the Imperial  Seaforths, and later in the British Secret Service he operated  at Dunkirk, in the Balkans and  Greece.  As a soldier and colonist he  was of the kind who always  sought the hard road and his  untimely death recalls the soldiers tribute���"He died with his  boots on". He is survived by his  wife. Mrs. Jessie Mene Sutherland, a son. Douglas, and two  brothers.  Wide Interest  In Selma Park  Wedding  A RECENT wedding of interest  to Selma Park residents was  that of Elizabeth (Betty) Bat-  chelor, daughter of Mr. and Mrs  Geo Batchelor, and Mr. Frank  Joseph Lenk of Vancouver. The  ceremony took place on June  22nd at the Holy Trimly church  In Vancouver with the Rev.  Gordon E Bratt officiating.  The bride, given in marriage  by her father, wore a formal  gown Of white marquisette ein-  brntdered   with   lovers'   knots,  ���  ��� ��-..���.     ,.\  finget-lip  veil  r>   O-     -   Anne  Life is a tricky equation  The "trick" is to find the constant  The Coast News has been a constant on the Sunshine Coast for over 46 years. Over those years we've  watched the world change around us while we've remained steady as a rock, providing a safe, reliable  institution for your advertising dollar.  The first issue of the Coast News rolled off the presses on July 11, 1945, providing in-depth coverage for the  Coast's little more than 500 residents. Today, we're still covering the Coast for its 25,000-plus residents,  faithfully marking the passage of every week in history.  Life is too variable to predict what the next 50 years will hold, but with your support the constant will be the  COAST^NEWS  mm 10  Coast News, Julv 12, 1993  TST��� ________________________________________^ ���   A* (Heritage (ftflRKET  QUALITY BRANDS Y0U CAN TRUST  Miller Sharp's non-alcoholic  Beer  355 ml   Splendor Dinner  6/258  Mac V Cheese  3/QQ  200a  1>%J%J  200 g  Silvan Natural  Spring Water QQ  1.5 l  %%**W\Jr  The Fridge Ice Pack  Cooler Cup  each   Mallory heavy duty  Batteries  2xD'sorCs   Garden tools - hoes,  Rakes or Shovels  each   Absorba with wax  Car Sponge  each   Unico  Corn Oil  IL.  Sec Wave - in water  1  78  Light Tuna JJ g  Lysol deodourizing  Cleaner  1.2 L   Bernardin large or X-large  Freezer Bags  8s & 4$   Raid  Ant Baits  pkg of 4.,  278  ]38  8"  J69  338  .68  68  Alpha evaporated  Canned Milk  385 ml   Glad kitchen catcher  Garbage Bags  24'S   Glad  Garbage Bags  20's   4W  ltaWhc*u��e�� garden  Bug Killer  350 Q.���. .......  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Ivory envho-pok  Dish Liquid  900 ml ;���:-.�����.,.  4/X48  4/148  S48  f 238  Mac Farms  Macadamia Nuts  99 g   338  Smarties, Kit Kat, Aero, Coffee  Crisp  Chocolate Bars 2/ t\U>  regular size  eOO  20  regular  Blue Gem  Sunglasses      i)n%off  all styles.  Irregular  Bath Towels 099  each  O  Men's, ladies', kids' quality  Aqua Socks       1999  all sizes  J.-S  PRODUCE  Summertime - size 10s, 12s   B.C. grown  Red Radishes  Mango Flat SET ^i00  ��t   1 B.C. grown  o3le Green Onions 4/ -100  or  11 lb flat  <798  .89  ea.  New Zealand grown - crisp  & spicy - new crop  Braeburn     N-BW  Apples  B.C. grown - crisp ft green California grown - large size  Head nL  w    -_ Avocadoes     OAea.  Lettuce ���Z9  p#l B.C. grown - hothouse fancy  *W Butter Lettuce* q  .39 These are just a few n,..  3Sp��sP^'-*lsvou'lfrnd'hf,mo'e��--an  S^doy. July^V^ '2 ����  H?u"     Sunday io.<;   M  Friday 9 9  VI    T   Thu"  Mea^^K^ 885:202s  Bakery 885 9823  m  wiksfi.  \<r  '!��  ,"Congratulations Howard Paul!  L.4   Winner of our Schneider's Father's Day  Draw prize, a set of golf clubs  *DELI  Kohler's ��� with or without garlic  Roast Beef  sliced. 100 g  |29  Vans Turkey  Meatloaf or Lyona       -TQ  sliced, 100 g  ��� ��� %r  Herb, pepper, cognac, country  Pate 119  ioog  _-  9 pieces  Chester Chicken Q99  with 12 mo|o��  %J  Garlic, pepper, pineapple or herb ��spice  Cream Cheese 159  100 g  _-  BAKERY  Hovis Rolls  pkg ol 6  105  Wholewheat  Blueberry  Muffins  pkg of 4  341  Chocolate Brownies     023  ->kgot4  *Vf  Raisin Cookies 069  pkg oil*  m*9  Lemon Meringue Pie   Q79  Hot Dog Buns O05  pkg of 12  mt  .  B.C. Raspberries  B.C. Cherries  B.C. Black Currants  B.C. Red Currants  B.C.  Now Arrived gooseberries  ��i       f\   I      ���       ��� 10 place your order  tor Lanning: Cau 885-2025 and  ask for produce  /  /Corto liquid  'Pectin  I mm   ycwto  Crystals  CertoHflht  Crystals  *��g   238  l18  I88  ,.*  Imperial toft  Margarine  907 g  228  Cortina  Cheddar  Cheese  random cuts  20  JSoff  Dairyland  Cottage Cheese  500 g   Dairyland  Buttermilk  IL   Olympic assorted  Fruit Yogurt  500 g   ]48  .98  J38  FROZEN FOODS  Minute Maid concentrate  Orange  Juice  355 ml  .88  Honeydew  Fruit  Drinks  341 ml  .7:  Mrs. Smith's rhubarb/strawberry  Fruit Pie  737 g   Snowcrest Calilomia blend or  Kernel Corn  lkg   Blue Water breaded  Shrimp or Scallops  142 g   298  238  288  SEAFOOD *���  Fresh, head-on whole  Coho    _  Salmon MakK  7.69/kg.  3  7.69/kg  491b  Fresh  Shrimp  M.31/kg   049 n>  0491b  MEAT  Canada Grade A beet  Bone-In  Chuck  Steak  3.29/kg  J 49 lb  Canada Grade A beef  Boneless  Chuck  Steak  5.49/kg  2491b  Canada Grade A beef  Cross Rib  Roast  5.49/kg  2491b  Cut for sweet & sour - boneless  Cubed Pork     099Bb  6.59/kg        ��t  Fletcher's regular, turkey or  chicken  Bologna        099ea.  sliced, 375 g...       m  Grimm's old country classic  Mennonite  Farmer  Sausage ��99 ea.  500 g         *1  Schneider's  Tourtiere       Q29 ea.  450 g         O  Schneider's regular or  All-Beef  Wieners 089 ea.  450 g         ��t  Schneider's  60<0FF  A titf Seafood Item Coast News, July 12,  1993  Industrial    AUTOMOTIVE       Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  lUfol Hwy. 101, Cibsons, B.C. II8(,-BI,II  Mm,  hi h-h \il H-b Sup   IU-j/  Thank You t  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you lell them  you found them in  The Coast News    >  CC D/B CRANE RENTALS LTdT^  24 Hour Crane Service  Hydraulic Truck Crane  Phone (daytime) 884-5266  v^ After 5:00 pm 888*6261    JJ  IWUM, COMtTRUcnOH  New Hoi-iwa, 6.oovaa^n��"AdaIiHon7  . ri*f�� Iiria-nat-u  ____ totoytehy  ���> ?6   C   n   ROBFRTS CRFIK   B.C.VONIVC  ^��       Kinmil��������ft)iMtilii��B  *pO"5* fiumfl��td.if  HOMFS fofimmtmiilM:  lii��'*ifis/iaitii��icvi*m��i/it>/  DON FAIRaHURST 886-0064  Klin  r  AU1  ro UPHOLSTI  SHY  ���Ca  K.  V  aats ��� Door Panola ��� Hoadllnor  rpets ��� Vinyl Tops ��� Convertab  Olsen 885-70  HH 1 TLC, C- 16b Socholt, B.C V0N3AI  �����  tos*  72  J  ��IHiIl|ipiNG  >*iblavi*'  KWAU.YOUR  Bm__em-M >,<���..���_���... .-a-.  wBQO. at. utitwmuy.*       U^MSeimce.LmkitUarmglOtraelmplieg  Sard & GrxiYil ��� rtml ettimoki  PH 8869764  ��  CO. 220-1526  CLEANING SERVICES  SECHELT RADIATORS ���  **. Complete Cwling System Service Centre  ^ ,  r, ,  i  i  i  ,  , a  a  ,  , ,  ,  i  , ,  i ,  .Vs. Kei'ldl St Kc|,l.��� - Rails, lla-alai Cora, It Cai Links  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  New, I'scil ��: KHinlli ��� Pick u|i ��.��� Dtlvcty  ' ��� * I I I ���  4349 S.C. Hsry.  Across Irom Sunsliine GM  M���ii.  Sal.  885-7986  "SUNCOAST TIM t ��*CHANICAL LTO  '    a*, m *taaaa a_^_l __tmm_,_\k_r.e_  JafcfllMjala  iMMfram mv^BBOTfi rwn~~f  kalQtire  If tve sell It... we guarantee it.'  tt HR. WIWKftCY MftVK* > NMN4  Skookum Janitorial Services  WINDOWS ��� CARPFTS ��� GUTTERS  CONSTRUCTION CLEANUP  100'.. SATISFACTION GUARANTCID  885-7506  iKrrisED ��� RonriFr) ��� insurcd  CONCRETE SERVICES  Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell Ihem  vou found them in  k    The Coast News    a  Q.M.S. Excavating  Reasonable & Negotiable  Rates  Gunner Christiansen  886-8463 S9C7RR1  i Gibsons, BC VON 1V0(  A" HI 11 lit l.OUCATSI R\|( |  Excavating -BarMWInft       ���Drainage  liindMapo ��� Low lm|M.t & 8clecl Land  Uiinslrucihsn Clearing  miioi'r "" 886-8538  ..   SUHVItt. ctl|  220*8767  ���DsjinollHon  ��� Rclalninrt  Walls  nov. 1821,  WilSONS B.C..  Specializing in vinyl decking,  aluminum, cedar & glass railings  886-8123  1 -800-565-4366  HEATING  Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News     ,  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  D & P CONCRETE  I'UC.ING & FINISHING  Residential anil Commercial  ACI Catlike!  Denis Turenne       Paul Dcsautcls  HKli-OIWl) 885-5492  Fastrac backhoe &  TRUCKING SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ���DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� WATER LINES  ��� CLEARING        STEVE JONES  cf  ROOFING  Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886*2087  ALL WORK  GUARANTEED  fS. MADUL CONTRACTING I  All types of concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate linishing.  OuttrCoocr-rttWork  a*����m��swkl*JK-!  totymm-mr  \la999% BaWIJII  Seaway Construction  Excavating ��� 416 Caterpillar* Backhoe  New Home Construction* Garages  Additions ��� Septic Systems, etc.  ^  DENNIS MULLIGAN  Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  24 Hr. It Emergency Service  Bus:886-8572 Home:8B5-7085 Fax:884-5392  ASHWARD CONTRACTING  Residential Construction to Lock-Up  . FOUNDATION ��� FRAMING ���  ��� PLAN DESIGN ��� DRAFTING  HOWARD ASHMORE ��� 885-6443  A Complete  Asphalt Service  FREE ESTIMATES  SUN-COAST PAVING LTD.  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  Telephone  885-2726  Commercial/Residential  Fully Guaranteed  ftOOf4*7ftS7��tf **���&*��&'  Tbe comptete rooling profeiuan*.  Specialists  886-0920  Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News    _  *   FORM RENTALS  2FT-4FT-6FT-8FT  Quick Strip Forms  PENINSULA FORM RENTALS  ��� Phone M5-0308     Fax .385-2774  A �� T ENTERPRISES: Conetruotlon atonleM  Serving The Coasl Since 1985  ^_Bt       ��� CUSTOM HOMES  aa-i-v     , ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  ������������MM  T. WONO. BOX 793. QISSONS. B.C. VON 1V0  Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  The Coast News    j  six 111 I I TIKI I'l ACI  Hi (,AS( I N I Kl  ffCHNICIdNS  i.,,,i n-i  ss  THOMASs  Furnaces, Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  Call NOW 116-7111  Showroom: 673 Poyne Rd. gibsons j  THI BRIT iff <ifMV}ri~t_W  Swanson's  mmsmms^mwm>f\ttt\y-U\x Ltd.  . Dlf patch ���, | Accounta  ,,       FAX ,  1 885-9666 11 885-5333 I ] 885-2226 |  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box 172, 5417 Burnel Rd., Stchelt, B.C.VON 3A0  J  ._..  ..   OB DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION  Quality Building K Custom Miltworae  Peaidentia! - CornrnerciBl  QRAaMI QReKN  TEL;BB&4B57noD��rtBCra9ek  PAGER: ie79941a.rraLLFF.EE}  DESIGN  GRAEMAR construction   G*aria*folCofll>aXtef5   FOyNDMONSt FRAMING  RENOVATIONS ��� ADDITIONS  FINISHING��� VINYl/WOCO SIDING  ?>  EMER.ALD DESIGNS  RESIDENTIAL DESIGN at CONTRACTING  COMMERCIAL INTERIOR DESIGN  ���  886-3969  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  A  STK EXCAVATING  & ROAD BUILDING  ��� Land Clearing ' Driveways  ��� Drainage ��� Landscaping  ��� Retaining Walls  ' Sand & Gravels  ' Seplic Systems ��� Be.  /����. "Quality &  -ii-****-     Punctuality"  886-9020  Trucking Bob Gurney   Excavating  ���hZlyMUTHCXCMlTlNG  ��� Land Clearing & Development   ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  We otter a tull line ot  Servlcee with our  HITACHI EXCAVATOR  Our Customer Service is  prompt wilti professional  work at competitive rates  . Ken Blrkin ��� 885-7487 ��� Csll. 671*8411  PROPANE INC.  ��� Auto Propane    ^  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. Q's  885-2360  Hwy 101, across St.  Irom Big Mac's. Sechelt  rDEUTECKDUSTBUSTERS'  885 7670    Re>��  Cell. 880-7655  Rick DoLong  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  /DRYWALL SERVICE^  BOARDING, TAPING, TEXTURING  No Job Too Small  FREE ESTIMATES CALL MIKE 886*0040  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  k    The Coast News    j  f  MJJ. Vinyl Siding  .Soffits, FASIA, Shutter*  CEDAR SIDING  3  l-'fcd Cocker  l^Phonc 885-6065  PO Box 1596  Si-chell, B.C  VUN3A0y  >��  Free Estimates  886-7S71  Thomas Electrical Contracting  Reg. Electrician _       _.. S18-1C4HM  No 17933     Jay Thomas Gib,on��, von ivo  IIVlNI'leOHITllXTIONLTO.  Custom homes ��� Small commercial  Renovations ��� Forming ��� Framing ��� Finishing  IrvNiMohNMH IIS-.774  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial  Industrial  JOE McCANN Rag. 10131  Call 883-9902  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing ft Davalopmant  Cam Mackenzie  886-3558 \M-  Cellular      *-^-*  2404314  CONTOUR  I    DESIGN  ___r Quality Supply & Installation   "*'  Ceramic Tile, Carpet & Blinds  VSHOWROOM B51 HWY. 101* GIBSONS ��� B.C. ��� PHffAX: 686-3191  R��imw Interior Decorating  ��^*5i  We dig the Sunahlne Coaatl  Complete Interior Design  Free Eslimales on  Painting-Wallpapering Coast News, July 12, 1993  13  We're more than just tires!  Don't let your car get  under tht hood  vm\ "Free" 6 point coolins  lmml      system CHECK UP  I��� "I   Caff __BB.97l\l_ tnr aa ann/iln'a  Caff 886-2700 for an appointment!  SPCA News  She's good with kids and  she's obedient. Her name is  Jenny, she's two-years-old  and she needs a good home.  Call 886-CARE.  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  MARINE SERVICES  m  ���Docks  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  Su,  VINYL & CEDAR SIDING     tUSmukm Omit  twiwaiS-MSl    bus. SS5-3613  Ship Shape Props  BOAT PROPELLER REPAIRS a SERVICE  ���SHP SHAPE SERVICE"  Camll Bolly, Proprtator R.R. 1, Maton Road  PH:W-S27��(Bua.) SaolW* B.C.  M*-M10(Raa.) VON SAO  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  . KITCHENS t BATHROOMS ���  806-9411  Cellular  250-3376  PRECISE PMNTING & PUNSTER  ��� Compiele Custom 1'ainlii.g  ��� Texture  ��� All Phases of Drywall  ��� |oumcyman Workmanship  Neale Free  8864928 Estimates  Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  The Coast News   _,  Bu  mccaneer  Uarina y Resort Ltd  Localed m Secrel Cove 8B5-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS ��� SALES - SEHVICE -REPAIRS  K la C Thermoglass &  Cobra Boats now  In-Stock  [OUTBOARDS  /T     $2$  ^^ Ft* Hw Stashing touch  I'MMm) Eric's Drywall  ! giw us a cat!  The Renaissance Renovator  ��� minor repairs  ��� maintenance  imaginative renovations  lfyears in residential construction  QUALITY WORK  ERIC JAMES - 885-6096  free eitimqtei ,  COTTRELLS MARINE SERVICE  The Sunshine  Coast's Evinrude  Dealer  THE AU NEW  SPITFIRE SERIES \  mEvirmuoE  nm  RUDE  COTTRELL'S I  MARINE SERVICE,,  886-3005  MECHANICAL SERVICES  H_  ENTERPRISES  MOBILE WELDING AND FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS  STEEL * STAINLESS ' ALUMINUM   lEUVMO IM FOREST. aaHXRWE UNO COWT��alCHON MHISiam  ON IHE SUNSHINE COAST  HOWARD LANG _aa**-*iQ*1 aooaiais J  JZISREEOBO   GIBSONS ODD*Jaa*jl BB9-043iy  INSULATION  r Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you lell them  you found them in  j    The Coast News    j  Thank You "  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate il when you tell them  you found them in  _    The Coast News    >  miscellaneous services  landscaping  P FREE ESTIMATES  LANDSCAPING    LTD.  v885-5954 ��*$XS2BSi^  Whistler's Landscaping  Fencing ��� Turl ��� Drainage  Retaining Walls (Rock)  Residenlial and Commercial  Free Eatlmatea: Pat 885-2870  VAUIYUOVINOLUSMS  ��� NEWP001S   ���UNERREPIACEMENT  ��� All ACCESSORIES 4 POOt REBUIlDiNG  ��� FULLUNE0FSPA5 SPECIALISTS  Call Bill 885-6477  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  S & G TREE SERVICE  II  Topping a Trimming "Piunlng ��� Bmah Chtppar  Danger Tree Removal  Bonded and Insuied * 20 Years Enperience  885-3697  Thank You i  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News    >  '  5YE.ARSAGO  Hospital hoard chairman  Tom Meredith has declared his  candidacy for mayor of Sechelt.  Il was after a special meeting on  thc gravel extraction issue held  in Ihe spring that Meredith first  entertained the idea of entering  thc race.  On July 8, Branch 112 of thc  Royal Canadian Legion ended  an era with a memorial service  for Pender Harbour pioneer and  decorated veteran of both world  wars, Frederick George Clay-  don, who passed away on July I  at 90 years of age.  Zoning application papers  were filed for the long awaited  retirement village near thc south  end of lhe Ritz Motel in Lower  Gibsons.  10 YEARS ago  The granting of a right-of-  way along the front of Sechelt  Indian Band Land has stalled  negotiations between thc hand  the SCRD. The band is negotiating to purchase capacity in thc  Sechelt sewer system.  The Sunshine Coast Peace  Committee plans a vigil in Holland Park to commemorate  Hiroshima Hay.  ' Clint Sample was blown  clear oul of his boal by a  tremendous explosion only  moments after leaving Taylor's  Dock in Garden Bay.  15 YEARS AGO  The Sunshine Coast News  learns that it has tied with Ihe  Godcrich Signal Star of Ontario  for Best Editorial Page in the  Canadian Community Newspapers Competition for 1977. It is  believed the first time that a  Sunshine Coast newspaper has  been so recognized.  20 YEARS AGO  Rivtow Straits Ltd.. in conjunction with Seaway Estates  Ltd., proposes to take Ihe  Sechelt Marsh and turn it into a  man-made attractive lakeshore  with lots fronting it.  30 YEARS AGO  A permit for a $lh,(X)() store  building at the Cenotaph corner  in Sechelt was issued by the  municipal council al ils meeting  last week. The permit was taken  out hy Gunner Wigard.  45 YEARS AGO  Fire complelely destroyed  thc general store and post office  in Halfmoon Bay lasl Monday  night. The store was recently  purchased by Mr. Roscbloom  from Richard Laird. The lire  had apparently been burning for  some lime when it was discovered around 11 pm.  MON TIME HT. FT  0/05 6.3  12   1355 11.1  MO   1745 10.3  0000 13.8  FRI TIME HT. FT.  0*35  9   0935  FR    1535  2235  Bb  11 ���!  6.4  14.6  TUES TIME HT.FT  WED TIME HT. FT.  fHURSTIME: HT. FT  0/50 55  13 1540 11.8  TU    1900    11.2  SAT TIME HT. FT  0525 / 8  10    HM5 11.0  SA    1610 7  2300 14.3  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Time  0035  136  14  0R40  46  WE  1645  12.6  2030  11.7  SUN  TM?  HT.ri.  0615 / 1  11 1210 10.8  SU 1650 9.1  2330 14.1  0345 9 1  0835 1 I 8  TH 1500 5.1  2205 14.8  Fo, s.oo.unachuck Naarow. add  ihr. soma, ptaia 5 mln lo, aach n ot  Md 7 mln. to, Mch II. at tall.  Tide Tables Courtesy of  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday July 13,1993  7:00pm  Bedtime Stories  From the Coast Academy of Dance & Fine Arts.  8:00pm  Maintaining Seniors' Independence Through Home Adaptations  The majority of seniors wish to continue living in their homes for  as long as possible. This programme identifies difficulties that seniors  experience and describes types of adaptations available.  8:30pm  Sechelt Celebration Days Parade  9:00pm  Creative Cooking - "Soup's On!"  Wednesday July 14,1993  6:00pm  Creative Cooking - "Familiar Favourites"  6:30pm  Chatelech Secondary School Commencement Ceremonies  Full coverage of the ceremonies and scholarship & bursary presentations taped June .10th at Chatelech Secondary School.  8:30pm  Elphinstone Secondary School  School Leaving Ceremonies  Full coverage of the ceremonies and scholarship & bursary presentations. This year our coverage is highlighted by a grad slide presentation produced by graduating student Kelly Robertson.  Thursday July 15,1993  6:30pm  Creative Cooking  "Comfort Foods We Love It Still"  7:00pm  Sechell Indian Nation Land Claims Forum  Coverage of the forum held at the Raven's Cry Theatre  Sponsored by SOI TH COAST FORI)  The Weekender  lour  community  ni'w spa per  *m  CUP & SAVE  IB premies Schedule  886-2242  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  Leave Langdale Leave Honethoe Bay  .lERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  6:20 am  8:30  10:30  12:25 pmM  2:30  4:30 pm  6:30  8:20 M  10:10'  !������...  Mavirtck Bin  7:30 am  9:30 M  11:30  1:15 pm  3:30    ,  5:30 pm  7:25 M  9:15  11:00*  Leave Eerlt Cove  2:20*  Leave Saltery Bay  1:30*  FiMayi.Sai*  4oL tlandaVy*  6:40 am  8:20  10:30  12:25 pmM  4:30 pm  6:30  8:30  10:20 M  ��������  5:45 am  7:35  9:30 M  11:30  3:30 pm  5:30 M  7:30  9:20  MawrtcHliia  Laaw Eaifa Caw MC am. Laava ___ U___m  IQAST^NEWS  COAST NEWS   WFaFaKFaNDERI  m  WM 14  Coast News, July 12,  1993  Take Advantage of our Nexv Classified Ad Special  Run yonr classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!   .VHP]    mk__\_\  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  1     Homes &  Piopeity  ROBERTS CREEK  Secluded .73 acre lot., Henderson  Road, ready lo build, $90,000.  88HB90. ��0��  Very attractive I bdrm, 1060 sq. It.  lownhouse, i year old. 7 appliances. Large brighl IR, DR, super  kilchen, roomy dinette, decorated.  Mtn view, choice localion. Quiet,  pnvale. Georgia Mirage. Unil 36,  555 Eagle Cres.. Gibsons.  $132,900 To view anytime, call  68&0461. ��28w  Walnut Grove, 4 bdim. 2150 sq. tt.  well kepi, close lo amenities.  $219,900 Drive by B896 204 St.  Phone 866-1770. I28cn  By owner. 2 storey. 3 bdrm, Walnut  Grove, 1715 sq. It. 21446 94 Ave.  $229,900. Phone 886-7399. Open  nouse Sal. S Sun 1 -5 pm ��26cn  VISTA FJORD  Spectacular panoramic view property in controlled subdivision 1/2  acre, underground services, dose  to terry and amenities. Drainage  easement at bottom ol properly.  $134,000 Call Loll Millington,  Bell Really Ltd.. 926-7831 (24 hr.  pager)   Panoramic view lot Gibsons Harbour, $87,500. Ron Chumck. Sutton Group WCR, 623-5522 ��29w  Commercial revenue property.  Zoned C2. 1.01 acre. Roberls  Creek, BC. 885-5033        ��29w  Panabode cottage in Sechelt area  to be removed Irom properly.  Offers being received, 1-321-9724.  I29w  Roberts Creek house. 1/2 acre,  semi-watertront,. $199,900. Marcus Zenker 649-3969 Sutton Realty. MOcn  House in Selma Park. 2 bdrms.  Yard, workshed. 8850462.128cn  Four bdrm home plus 1 bdrm suite,  West Sechelt. excellent investment. $145,000.885-5764.  ss  Executive style custom view home.  2,600 . sq tt, 3 levels, 2 bdrms,  plus master suite. 2 kitchens. 2-1/2  baths, vaulted ceilings. 2x6 walls,  cedar exterior / decks. Exceptional  yard, much more, finest neighbourhood 4990 Panorama Dr., Garden  Bay .863-2667 eves. ss  Privale 13. acres, exceptional  location. Harbour, lake and island  views, roads throughout near Garden Bay Lake. Subdivision potential, borders crown and parkland,  $250,000,883-2687. ss  West Sechelt rancher, 1.400  square tl. 3 bdrms. 2 baths, dble  garage, large view lol. $179,000.  865-2188 or leave message 885-  7410. I30cn  Costa Rica. 2.5 acres w/view.  stream, horse stables, pasture at  tropical Itull trees, minutes lo  beaches. $20,500. Owner 883-  2450. ��30cn  Lot I Mountainview Drive, partial  view lot, level and cleared in a  quiet cul-de-sac wilh all underground services. Private panhandle access. Ready lo build your  dream home. $79,000. Call 886-  3612 or 326-5534. ss  Commercial revenue properly,  zoned C-2.1.01 acre, Roberts Crk.  865-5033. ��9cn  8023 Southwood Rd. 3 bdims. tarn  rm, 2 bathmis, oil heat 4 wood, RV  shelter, oarage. Root cellar ta lots  more. No appl necessary. Fuller 4  Assoc. 685-9323. ��28cn  752 Hwy. 101,50x268 lot, 3 bdrm.  oklei house. $165.000.866-9049  PANORAMIC VIEW, beautilul new  West Coast contemporary home,  2460 sq. It. Pnvale, sundrenched  decks with stunning view ol Howe  Sound. Large sumy kitchen, 2 F/P,  3 bdrms and sludy, huge master  suite w/jacuzzi soaker. A true  dream home. $269,000. 880-1230  or 1 -926-8451 or 8806904.126w  DROP OFF YOUR  Coast News  Monday Edition  Friendly  People Places  300 PM THURSDAY  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centra- 88J-28H8  In Halfmoon Bay  II & J STORE 885-H55-,  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 8H5-}4(X)  DF.ADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Docksidt Pharmacy)  886-2622  Dave Orr and his great ataff will help you place  your classified, at AC Building Supplies, nne of  our Friendly People Places in Pender Harbour.  ItHIHtHj  MORTGAGE  LOANS  till trom 5.75%  2ndilrom*2S\  ��� Purchases  ���Quirt Approvals  ��� Quality by phone  Call lor a Iree consultation  240-9672  Ray Quan  24hri/7diyiiW**k  PASSPORT MORTGAGE  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  Autos  19  23  /TN  Barter & Trade  Bed and Breakfast  Births  18  30  2  [GREAT  Business and Home  Services  38  VIDEAj  Business Opportunities 38  Campers  28  Child Care  37  Commercial lor Rent  32  Entertainment  33  SBBBV  For Rent  31  ___!!!!  For Sale  21  Obituaries ���  Found  11  3  Free  18  Personal  O  Furniture  20  Pets - Livestock  12  Garage Sales  17  Recreation  8  Heavy Equipment  Help wanted  22  Storage  30  34  Thank You  8  Home 4 Property  1  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Lost  10  Wanted  18  Marine  20  Wanted to Rent  29  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Motorcycles  Music  28  13  Engagements  WorkWanted  O  38  Three bdrm. 2 full bath rancher on  duplex lot. 1 1/2 yrs., I173aq.lt,  vaulted ceiling, sundeck in rear,  12x16 workshop, single carpon. 3  appis., $139,900.686-7141.I26w  We would appreciate II the two  ladies who bought a box of wool al  our garage sale on June 20 al 616  O'Shea Road call 886-9555J29*  St. Jude Novena. May Hie Sacred  Head of Jesus be adored, glorified  and preserved throughout the  world now and forever. Sacred  Heart ol Jesus pray tor us. St  Jude. worker ol miracles, pray for  us. St. Jude, helper ot the hopeless, pray tor us. Say this prayer 9  times a day tor 9 days, then publish and your prayer will be  answered. It has never been  known to tail I28w  THE GOVERNMENT owes you  money it you were on welfare or a  senior receiving under $10,000, or  worising bul earning under $7,000.  and did not file a tax return in any  of the lasl seven years. Call 986-  7467. 28cn  S/W/M/, 46. N/S, with hobby farm  seeks lem. companion, N/S and  physically fit. Interested in  boating/lishing/hiking. Box 542,  Gibsons, BC VON W0.      ��28w  SHRINKING YOUR DREAMS  to match your Income? Let's  reverse the process. 885-0345.  ��28w  ALCOHOLICS   ANONYMOUS  885-7663,24 hour line.      TFN  Even at forty  he still looks sporty  HAWIIITHDAYl.  Adorable 12 week old male cock-  apoo puppy to good home. 885-  4194. I28cn  .DOO CROSS  "Functional Foods"  Arthritis ��� AUorgias  5p#CMl110l  Traditional Chinese herbal  fotmuiai for dogs, cats A hoisej.  DishibufM locally by  Michael McGinnis 8884382  Sat July 17,9-2  Mansfield Rd.  off West Reed Rd. behind Sunshine Coasl Nursery.       ��26cn  SAT, JULY 17; 10-2  610 North Fletcher  Tools, baby Items, household  wares, etc. I28w  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation * Retirement  ��� Relocation  FREE  CATALOGUE  6686 Cowne St, Boa 1219  Sechell, BC. VON SAO  aas-3211 F<waas-2ae��  Van. Toll Free OW-aoie  TOPSOIL  Screened lop soil at reasonable  rate. W.D. Excavating, 886-9764 or  celll. 11-220-152 TFNs  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Brighl. spacious layout, excellent condition, very clean,  newly painted 4 renovated featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls.  400 sq. It. deck, fridge S stove  included, washer 4 dryer optional.  Excellent localion, dose to terry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122, 1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 866-8095. $39,900. Call to  TFNs  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem? CHI Al-Anon  886-9903, 885-7484. 886-9059.  Al Ateen 886-2565 or 885-7484.  TFN  Trulkw  itiiintriii  Sat, My 17  104  Stoneware 4 Raku  Gift Items,  reasonable Items  81! Fisher Rd.  Grantham's Landing  Tiny tots summer riding program,  ages 3-7, sale gentle ponies,  triendly stall. Ellingham Stables.  Tina 885-9969 or 883-9124 eves.  ���30*  FOR LEASE  (my facility)  7 yt bay-ANGLO ARAB gelding,  vety pretty, lots ol energy, last,  good disposition. Ridden Western  4 tome English. Ejiperienced rider  only.$20(Vmth.B6tM995.   TFN  MAQUS KENNELS REQ.  Dog 1 cat boarding. Dog training,  "Science Diet' pet loods. 886-  TFN  Want to swap car (worth approx.  $6500) for motorhome. 8653514.  I30w  Rogers drum kit - 7 Zildjian cymbals ta stands plus misc. $995  OBO. 886-3663. I29w  ��BOOT HILL RV PARK  Available immediately ��� 2 view  sites with lull hookups, cablevision  and phone service at sites.  $225/mo. up to X feet. Very Top  ol Cemetery/Keith Rd. Ph: 886-  9764 or 220-1526. TFNs  Piano Tuning  <#  repairs  ��� appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  PRIVATE TUITION  Expenenced lully qualified teacher  available, day or evening sessions.  Adulls, high school and elementary  students. 686-8468. ��30w  GARY WHITE  886-8107* 1-351-4390  The Exhibilion  of the  "Ferry Boat Ride"  by Greta Guzek  continues  Serigraphs available al  Sj Show Piece Gallery S  2RaKa,asvH I'"'"' K'.vl  l.,l,M,���sl,,i,al�����| ��� HHl.'^U-  -��|HavcyMi  Sl j visited the  ��� Market Lately?  Lots of new items-  includins Jewellery,  ras aigs, painted pots,  fresh-flowers, hats  and much more.  IM-M7I  14 cu. II. frost free and 1,6 cu. It.  frost free fridge/lreezer.,, $200,  $300.12 mo. pro-rated guarantee.  886-9227. MOw  Speed Qn. washer 4 dryer. Exc.  cond. Reduced. $500.886-3290.  ���Hen  Portable Kenmore dishwasher,  white wood-look top, exc. cond.  $250060.886-4824.      ��30cn  Fridge, stove 2 yrs old. Good cond.  While. Asking $1,000 lor the set.  885-8955. ��28cn  White Moffat electric stove, works  well, clean. $75.885-9615. ��28cn  Hotpoint washer 4 dryer, gold,  both good condition, $200 pair.  885-5431. ��29wG.E. wash  machine, 2 spds. $175 OBO. 885-  7067. ��29cn  Fudges, stoves, washers, dryers,  d/washers 4 freezers, all recond.  with 90 day to 2 yrs warranty. Ph:  Biorn 885-7897 or Corner Cupboard 885-4434. ��28cn  Apartment size Ireezer, t yr. old,  like new, $125.886-6092.  I28w  21. For Sale  Tub, shower, counter tops, counter  top stove, overhead oven, sinks,  electrical supplies, baby swing $  bed, ceiling Ian, port-a-potti. 686-  8526.    '30cn  Business Opportunity. Votks power  portable gang saw lor cutting lath.  4x8 4 2x6, set ot lattice assembly  tables, staples 4 stapler. $4,500.  Greg. 885-4150. ��30cn  QUALIFIED AUCTIONEER lor  lund raising, consignment, real  estate 4 general auction. 886-  32S4. *30cn  1993 Notco Bush Pilot, 21 spd.  removable Iront wheel. Norco bike  lock 4 helmet. Paid $480, asking  $360,866-3105. "30cn  New thermal Rake windows, 7'  wide it V high to ��Ngh. 4 pair* in  dark gieen trames, $300/pr.; temporary power service for builders,  100 arra?. $100.665-0634. H29w  6-person spa, brand new with new  11/2 hp spa pak 3* hard cover, 7  lets, 2 massage jets, light cedar  cabinet. Price $3500.665-4037.  ��29w  LOGITOLUMBIR  NRTAIUIANDSAW  Miusmviawiu.  COMiTOYOURPMRRTY  TOCUIYOURLOOS.  jrja _______0___TO  TWO FURNITURE  Stephen Carrol will be displaying  his cralt every Sat. behind the  Shadow Baux Gallery, Cowrie St.,  Sechett. Weather permitting J33cn  SAILING, tour day weekend specials. Cruise the Sunshine Coast  and Gulf Islands. Ar Seiz Avel Sailing 682-8695. ��28w  CABOSANLUCAS.Mexico.2 44  bdrm condos. 7 nights, pay for 6.  Call for brochure 4 prices. 909-  601 -6950 / 360-1475 lax.   ��28cn  Costa Rica, 3 bdtm house in  Tango Mar Beach 4 Golf Country  Club. All amenities. $400 per  week. 683-2450. ��30cn  SCMHA is accepting applications  to dose lor AA Rep. and C Team  coaches. Must be received by July  31. Mail to P.O. Box 1679, Sechell  or drop oil at Sunshine Coast  Insurance, aim: Wendy.    ��30w  Soames Pant, 932 Feeney. View,  F.S.B.O. 3 yr. Jennish Colonial, 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suite, 2 F/P, 3  battis. double garage, shake roof,  French windows. $245,900. 866-  008l,35l-7866atter8pm.    ss  Gibsons - near new, S/S duplex  (strata), 3 bdrms, 2 lull baths, quiet  residential location. Garage + carport. Asking $136,500. 1-298-  5215. Hide. Sutton Group Excel. '  46' > 330' of prime low bank waterfront in Gibsons Harbour near Gibsons Manna. House needs repair  but could be fixed up for recreational or rental use. Property zoned  Tourist Commercial (C-2). Double  garage plus storage shed.  $169,500. Phone Jennifer 1-669-  7070. SS  HULLABALOO  "Fun To Go  l,iitlul.i\T.irtics  with: art workshop, goody  bags, faccpalnllng 8r (un.  Call 885-6203  lo book yours!  M  n*\*t  aw****  naiaitllBBVin  'jiWiUMY LTD.  Make Your Own  Jewellery!  BEaUK  ft supplies  MoUy'a LauM Malta*  MM078  Antiques: dining suite, chests of  drawers, library table, occasional  tables, mariners chest, pine chest,  5 Hitchcock style chairs, roll-lop  desk, glazed bookcase. Silver,  china, linen, glass. Lamps, clocks,  2 super double mattresses. 885-  5518.12-2 pm or alter 4:15 pm.  ���30w  6-piece pine bdrm set, $695; 5-  piece oak dinette set, $595; 10-  Cedar lumber - good quality, reasonably priced, assorted sizes.  Custom orders taken. 6650270.  MOcn  2-person Dodge Caravan seat;  sola bed; fireplace insert w/piping.  885-6300. *29"  Full set of Jenish house plans,  3000 sq. fl., never used, $400.  686-2118afler 5 pm.        ��29w  Apartment size washer 4 dryer,  $450; Fisher woodslove, $350.  663-2070. ��29w  Pine table, sewing cabinet, lamp,  Bionairre, 685-3567. ��29w  Baby crib 4 linen, stroller, olfice  credenza (walnut veneer), all  excellenl shape. Margaret 686-  2961. ��29w  New Craltsman professional 15  piece pine bdrm set, including box amp 1/2' electronic, variable speed  spring 4 mattress, $1,650; 48x72   router. Never used. $350. 886-  TENTERSI  BoothillR.V. Paik is now accepting  overnight tenting. M6-9764.  TFNs  TROPICAL FISH  Free fish when buying others. 25  cents 4 up. 886-9890.      I28cn  1 sheet aluminum siding tor mobile  home (beige). 886-8436.   ��30cn  Used Western saddle for 12 yr old.  Reasonable please. 686-7906  eves. ��29cn  Wanted to rent. Space suitable lor  small, private lite drawing classes,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Musl be reasonable. 886-9665.  TFNs  solid oak table 4 6 chairs, $1,000.  964-2795. ��26cn  PEELER'S ANTIQUES  Warehouse Inventory Clearance  1 week only, July 10-16. Up to  6783.  H29cn  24 in. colour TV w/remote, lloor  model, exc. cond. $150.886-7394.  ��29cn  40% olf. LOCATION: Old Jordans 8 ft. utility trailer. $300. 886-3555  Location, Park Royal North.  afLMOpra ��9cn  Inquiries, Mary 922-0213.   I28w  Antique brass bed with original  mesh spring, dble sz. $600 OBO.  886-7965. ��30cn  7 pc. bedroom suite. Exc. cond.  $450.886-3721. TFN  Antique 3 spd. CCM bike w/camer  4 spare tire. 686-9346 eves.*29cn  Tempered glass 46 x 76 x 4mm.  $25/sheet. 686-2056.       I28cn  FORD ENGINE  Exc. run. cond, 300 6 Cyl., $600  Used building materials in good  CMer couch 4 toeseat, racking 4  OBO. 88S-34M days. 8M-2215  cond. 4 buildings to be demol- swhralllng chair, rust brown. Good eves. TFNs  ished. Sunco Recycled Building  Rd  cond. $250.885-3411.     ��28cn  COMMUNITY DIRECTORY  of agencies and organizations  available now. $8.95. Call 885-  5881, Volunteer and Info Centre.  ��9w  ~~.77���7Z. 73���   Materials, 5653 Whart nu.,  Dining room table and 5 chairs.  Ready Soon! 10 mora lully set-  Sechelt. 885-8889. Recycle 4 ��7,^ =05.7054       ����,  viced RV sites- long tern/short save. TFN   g750BQ68W3!* _  Washer, dryer, good working  cond., 5350/bolh. 8854220.��28w  DR. GRANT WOOD  is pleased to announce thai  he will continue to  welcome previous it  new patients ait the  GIBSONS  OPTOMETRY  CLINIC  Appis. Tues-Sat ��� 880-7211  term - ovemiters - tent campers ���  showers/laundry/hiking trails/5  mins. to ferry and 2 shopping centres. Book now ��� Top ot Cemetery/  Keith Rd. 886-9764 or 220-1526 or  886-0971. TFNs  "The Coasl Coanttcrion'  |. David t illinfdum svmikl like  bi invrtp yasu hi call hi discus my  Rival Fatah- 1'l.tnnin,, Servica* for  .ill a(.11 nasals loltVr  Pnife��it>nal Pnrainal Smicr  working fur yssur brat inten**  Call: Office MS-0S05  HomeSaWsUS  Acupressure student and reflexologist available. Relieves stress and  tension. Reasonable rates. 886-  9234. ��28w  Gold bracelet lost downtown  Sechelt, July 7. 886-8000 ot 885-  2281, ask lor Linda.        ��28cn  Tackle box Ul ol tools. 883-2807.  I28w  Kayacking lile belt; crab traps.  Phone or Iv. mess. 886-7355.  TFNs  Sel of captain chairs with wooden  spindle backs. Solid oak table.  White fridge/freezer and stove, pair  of French doors. 886-6836.    ss  Oars/oar locks, life belts. Call 886-  7355 lv. mess. TFNs  Ok) tractor tires, or any wide light  tite - cheap $$$. 866-7355 Iv.  mess. TFNs  Moving, must sell child's bdrm  suite, exc. cond.; queen size bdrm  suite, 886-3317. I29w  Great present-antique Dutch wall  clock, copper lace and weights,  sun and moon plates, $600. 886-  7307. ss  Matching antique style couch and  chair, $250.885-1957/685-3845.  ss  On July 7,1993 it Totem Lodge,  Jean A. Bothwell, predeceased by  her husband Vines, passed away  alter a lengthy illness. She leaves  five children, 3 daughters-in-law,  nine grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. No services at her  request. Thank you to Dt. Petzold  and the staff of Totem Lodge.  Donations to the Heart Foundation  in lieu of flowers. ��2Bcn  BROOKS. MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Ben|amln Moore Paints |  Emlronm.nl  FrmoTy Pay*  ���lawCotaa-jol1 ,f       .  m. Rainbow      ijf <t\/  ... including Green \     x-^1-^  BID Wood  SECHELT  A Bus 885-2923  Res. 888-5058  SumMm Cottt TnmMsn  House.  A safe place for women and children in dials. Free conftdential 24  hour service. H5-2944      TFN  Key with small rubber bra. Please Prc��rva oven stove, good cond,  OTitactCMaNews.       ��28cn also propane water heater. 885-    3192. #29*  Red and white Norco child's bike, ������H  missing from Abbs Road. Has red I  water bottle holder. Please |  ctlifyoohtvetetnltThfrtyou yhrae rabbits with cage. 885-0170.  6864558.  ���28cn  I28w  We matte fumUnrr*.  We can do tbe bardpart-  tfynu are making  your own.  Plamtng,Jotming,  tawing, Joinery  TIM CLEMENT  ���ae-aaia  1044 Saamoun! Way, Gibsons  (IManal SaaH Sa. 8aaava)  Set ol keys in coloured cue. On fm km    m, tfained M6.  Hwy. 101 between Lower 4 Upper __ |28w  Gibsons. 866*117.        ��8cn     _    ; rr" BrtetsoMrtin. pre-peinted pry-  Pair of reading glasses on E. Por- ^ , ^^ ^^ rt ������_,.  poise Bay Rd. 885-2235 or885- y^r,,or^taking.Call886^529.  5516 eves. I26cn ^  Free bunnies. 8858899.    ��28w  Males bed, 3 drawer, immac,  $150,885-4624. ��28w  10* radial aim saw, complete w/12'  bench, $650.885-3887.     ��30w  Ladles goll clubs, 7 irons, putter, 3  aj���*            . 6 yr old P/B Golden Cocker metal woods and new bag, $125.  Yot��tgltm��jra^2-/,Bi�� sperW, a imI |^ filaind, owier 886-9477, Hazel.          ��30w  and ��M tabby, wl* teet Fotrt -novdng, Iree to loving lannily/per- *   in Soames area. No collar or ^ jgj.,^ #28cn  narm&rtact 886-2847. I28cn  ���ve-*����ai.-a-  LOGOS  ...id ALL rOUII GRAMC NEEDS  *******8495-0244  Oil tank 5/6 full ol oil. Free lot  Top quality, home raised Shelty ^^^ B65-9734.       I28cri  pups ckc registered sole ��� l>feed-      ing, obedience tnd loyal lamily  Free ducks, babies, teens, parents,  companions, $250 and up. 1-486-  Will trade tw chicks. 885-0168.  7213.  ���30w  ���28*  Many thanks to ill our Iriends 1  family for cards, flowers, visits 4  support given us during our strets-  tui weeks In the hospital. Your  cards, llowers 4 many litadnesm  following Jim's death were very  much appreciated. Special thanks  to Betty and Ed Laidlaw for thfcir  love 4 support. Mary Bannemitn.  COOL RUNNINGS  One ten truck twIMUe lot hading,  rubbish removal, moving, ytrd  meintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. TFNt  Adult cNMren of Alcoholics or dys-  faiictionel larries please call 886-  3849 or 885-4622 for help.    NC  4 It Columbian Boa, cage and all  equipment, $300. 683-9077, lve  message. ��30w  PYRAMID DOG TRAINING  Private classes, problem solving,  cerWedtminer. 886-2854. #30cn  mCntUdtPlice,  10 -2 Sit, Sua, July 17 -II  ���2Bw  Do it yoursell overload springs,  $150,886-7064. TFN  Complete weight set, $125; kayak,  $125; windsuder, $150. Mike 885-  200O ��30w  19" color TV with remote; set of  brass fireplace tools on a stand.  685-2354. ��6cn  VINYL WINDOWS  Vinyltek Mtg - 4x4 sliders c/w  screens. Other sizes also available. Inventory clearance, prices it  OOSL 8654572. i28w  Fireplace insert, excellent condition, $250.866-8227.        NOW  Set July 17,10m.  5007 UurU  pet good with children. Phone Tools, girdening chemicals ind Worms I ecajipment 865-7882.  88M903. *����   arttip..ladtaclalhss,alc. (BUcn  MOcn  Ai1o���btel-*hodesiinl-��dgeBickX  r*jpplwtos*,$75,gi**aaifaTatr#y  RED WIGOLERS. We ire now  accepting orders for composting.  DECEMBER FOREST PRODUCTS High quality split alder lire-  wood cut to any length. Full cord,  $95 plus delivery. Pender Haibour,  Sechelt, Gibsons. 885-3340J26W  Firewood, $100 lull cord. Phone  Klaus 885-0679, please talk to my  electronic secretary.        ��28w  Datairam dual floppy drive computer and 9 pin printer, $450; little  tykes Ig. dollhouss, $50; Ikea high-  chair, $25; Spalding T-fiight left-  hand goll clubs 4 bag, $100;  organ, $40; watettad heater, $20;  umbrella stroller, $10.886-3021.  ��28w  Custom made FP insert meets fire  insurance inspection, $300 OBO.  886-2286 weekends, 1-875-3817  weekdays all 6pm. I28w  RASPBERRIES  U-pick ot orders taken, totally  organic. Ph. 686-2932 eves.t28w  22 LR Merlin 81 repealer, $90.  885-7711. ��28w  Sleigh bed, $500; 2 old sturdy  chesterfield chairs, need recovering, $25 ea.; 1 cu. It. microwave,  $100,886-2199. ��28w  Motorola 8000m like new, total 4  hrs. used on line, comes with  AC/auto fasl charger, one 20-hr.  battery, cig. lighter adapter, $425.  686-7472,9-5. TFN  5th Wheel hookup, 5' cable and  choker and shackles, 16 Ib. rock  hammer, 10 Ib.sledge hammer,  shovels, axes, jack-all, jack, 100 fl.  1/2 in. nylon rope; two 650x16  studded tires; 1/2 yard cement  mixer w/efec. motor. 886-9597.  ��28w  Matot Botanica! your simple health  plan. Tony or Lisa. 886-3120.  ��8cn  'Singer' Atham 2000 sewing  machine, 24 decorative stitches,  auk), bultonholer, en. cond. $300  OBO. 866-2673. 12801  Used railway ties, great lor retaining waHs. 8868204. ss Coast News, July 12, 1993  15  21   For Sale  TOPSOIL  Gravels, Fill, Sand. Reasonable.  Call Doug 885-5070.       #28cn  SUNCO  Recycled Building Materials  French Doors/lnt.-Ext. Doors  Alum. 4 Vinyl Windows  lighting/Kitchen &  Bathroom Fixtures elc.  Vflft our I too- or cal  ������*-������������  5653 Whorl Rd., Sechell  Recycle A Save  MON-SAT 9 am ��� 5 pm  '68 Woodmlzer 40HD bandsaw  mill. Trailer pkg - 550 hrs, lap siding attach., carriage cover, auto  grinder, tooth setter, misc. spare  parts. $22,000 OBO. 886-3001 ss  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent condition, very  clean, newly painled 4 renovated  leaturing stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. It. deck, fridge 4 stove  included, washer 4 dryer optional.  Excellent location, close to ferry, in  Comeau Trailer Park #22,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 686-3095. $39,900. Call to  view TFNs  Outdoor Benches,  Tables & Chairs  TIM CLEMENT  aae-aaia  1044 Saamount Way, Qlbsons  taMiaaaiahaiaasaam)  CEDAR SHAKES 4 LUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut. 665-2138  Of 885-5601. TFN  HYDRO POLES  BC Hydro approved, all sizes. Call  W.D. Excavating for inlormation.  886-9764 or cell 1-220-1526.  TFNs  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  884-5240.  TFN  GOOD HAY  SS.OtVBait Delivered  Straw tt.WVbale  Garden Mulch Hiy $3.50  Free Range Eggs  Call Between 12-tpm  665-9357  TFN  3-drum winch T-120 Hayes 6-cyl  Chrysler. $3,800 ��� 15 hp Merc.  $1,000,886-3869. ��32cn  75 Ford 1-ton dump truck $3,900.  8864204. I28cn  Cal 955 track loader $9.000.886-  7727. SS  955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  needs some work, $3000 OBO.  686-2546. ss  '81 Camaro, black. Reduced.  $1,300.8864290. I30cn  1981 Dodge Aries wagon. Good  running cond. New brakes, good  tires. $2,000.885-5667.    NOcn  1964 Colt, AM/FM cassette, perlect mechanically, body nice.  $1,450,885-7535. I31cn  Lovely Futon bed/sofa - sofa 4  ottoman pull together to make  double bed. Lass than 1 yr. old,  Includes removeable covers (Victorian floral on black), Irame,  Futon mattress and two bolsters,  $225,886-9665. TFNs  Sony Trinitron 21' stereo colour  TV $300. Sony 1/2' VCR, 4 head  tracking $250.666-9665.   TFNs  FRESH PRAWNS  $5lb4$4lb.Tooraer  M5-1*348 Namaite.  ,  #28cn  R.S.F. energy wood stove model  HF 65R new $1,750, sell $950.  885-2503. ��28w  Seldom used: Philips air purifier  and de-ionizer w/replacement Slter  $25. Philips air purifier $15. Bonaire Clean mist 2.5 gal. humidifier  $65,886-9566. TFNs  Full size campei trig, slove heater,  $1500060.866-2106. ss  SCREENED TOP SOIL  Quality soil at a reasonable rate.  WD Excavating. 866-9764 Iv.  mess. TFNs  250 gal. luel oil tank, $100 OBO  (empty). 886-2826.  Super Beetle $1,350. 76 Toyota  Corolla $650. '61 Fotd Muslang  $2,400 OBO. Ph: alter 6., 866-  6309. I29cn  '81 Honda Civic, 5-sp, 1,500 cc.  Some rust. $975. 866-3555 ph.  alter 5pm. #29cn  1962 Ford LTD stn. wagon, auto.,  PS, PB, auto, o/d, good cond.  $1,300 firm. 886-7677.     I29cn  1986 Dodge Diplomat, lull sized  family car, silver with burgundy  interior. 885-0312. I29cn  1975 Lincoln Continental Mk IV.  460 cu. inches. V-8. Excel, cond.  $1,495 OBO. 885-7718.    ��29cn  1981 Datsun 210, runs well,  brakes need work. $450. 865-  3552 eves. ���29cn  1967 Nissan Maxima 75,000 kms.  Luxury Edition, completely automated, many extras. $6,500 060.  6864267. ��29cn  79 Pontiac Parisienne, exc. run- 1984 Mazda RX-7,78,000 kms. 4  ning cond. Asking $800. 885- ��s* Pirelli tires, sunrool, rotary  8954. ��28cn    engine, rebuilt clutch, master cylin  der, Iront speakers 4x9 infinities.  1989 Ford Taurus. Air, power  windows, power locks, automata:,  V6, 1 owner. $10,901 $9,995.  885-3281. DLM936  1967 SS 396 Camaro, 4 spd posi.  885-0949. ��29w  1983 sliver Honda Accord, auto,  h/back, excel, cond. $3500. 885-  3675. I29w  FORD ENGINE  Reliable 4 strong $5,100. Call Joel  TFNs  Exc. run. cond., 300,6 Cyl., $600 685.5166  OBO. 165-3439 days, 866-2215  eves. TFNs  '85 Pontiac Fiero GT, 6 cyl., sunroof, white ext., gray Int. sacrifice,  $4900.8864820. #28w  78 Olds 68 diesel, lots invested.  Small car mileage, large car luxu- 1988 Ford Bronco II 4x4, V6.  ry. $2,250 OBO. Tony 8864120. aulomatic, cassette. $9995. 885-  I28cn 3281.DLK5936  TR6 sports car, parts or project 73 V.W. van. Good condition.  car4864204. #28cn    60,000 miles on new engine.  Some rust. $2600 OBO. 685-  3917. TFNs  1966 Honda Accord LX, 4 dr, 5 sp.  95,000 kms. PS/PB, cruise.  $6,500,886-4536. ss  back, automatic, air conditioned.  $13,006 $11,995. 885-3281.  DLH5936  1975 Pontiac Grandville convertible. $1,200 OBO. 885-4618.  12801  '80 Dodge Mirada 2 dr. power windows, lilt, leather int., $600 060.  6864067 I26w  '66 Nissan multl, AM/FM, cass.,  summer 4 winter (res, low miles,  plus disc player, $5795.886-7150.  ss  Datsun 240Z body parts, roc. eng.;  79 Dodge 1/2 ton step-side with  canopy, boat rack, $1250. 686-  7378. ss  1990 Honda CRXsi, black on  black, sunrool, 35,000 km, very  clean inside 4 out, $10,000 060.  886-7205 eves. ss  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto., air,  exc. cond., $7000 060.8864960 fonv, wnl,&. exc. cond., 36,000  eves. ss    kms, $15,000 060.686-3623. ss  1962 Mazda RX7, good cond., 7B Ford s,n- *a0(m' v6 aut0"  new clutch, brakes, $3100.866- 900d 'unnln9 con!)" im- M6-  8032. ss    9372- ��  79 10th Anniversary Trans Am.  403 turbo 350, shift kit, 323 posi, 4  whl disc, power everything. $2,950  685-5097. ss  MECHANIC'S SPECIALS  '80 Malibu S/W, 302 PS/PB, running, needs work, $450 OBO; 74  FordFlOO, 301, PS/PB, running,  needs woik, $650 060. Will deal  for both. 6864022 or 886-7904.  TFN  1991 GMC Tracker 4x4. red  w/white lop 30.000 original miles.  8854261. DLH5936  1986 4 dr. Chevette H/B, good  cond., great lires, $2200. 885-  4145. ��28w  1984 Ford F250 4x4, 5.8 litre. 4  spd. aluminum box liner. 885-  3281 DLH5936  1966 Ford Mercury 2 dr., 8 cyl., air  cond., exc. cond., low mileage,  $5000060.683-2512. ss  Good selection used tires, wheels.  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  685-4004 ss  77 Ponliac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $900 OBO. 886-3648 SS  1974 Datsun 2602 alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 886-7376 SS  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 080.  863-9234. ss  1964 Dodge Aries K-car, new 1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  brakes, tres, carb.. 2.2 litre 4 cyl., exhaust. Mechanically sound,  good shape, $2000 080. 885- $900060.885-1943. ss  9706 aft. 5. ��28w  1961 Malibu AM/FM, cass., A/C,  standard, clean interior, good tires,  $1000060.885-9810.      ��2Bw  '64 Honda Accord, sunroof, 5 sp.,  new flies, some rust. Runs good.  $2,200060.685-4054.        ss  81 VW .letla 4 dr., 5 sp., sunroof,  $3500060.886-7969. ss  '67 Honda Civic 1500S. 147,000  km. Peppy, black, good cond.  $4950060.666-3484. ss  WHAT WE HAVE!  1967 Chevette, 2 dr, 5 spd, hatchback, $1400.885-3670.     MOw  1985 Dodge Omni, gteat on gas,  good shape, $1900 OBO. 883-  9590. MOw  1979 Corvette, loaded, white on  red, new paint, cellular phone,  clean, tight car. Possible trade,  $9,500.883-9077 lve. message.  130*  72 Vdvo G4 240 4-door, sunroof,  p/w air, 5 spd, 172,000 km. Very  dean. $3995.8864675.    MOw  ���64 Chrysler Saratoga 300. Offers.  6864493 (lv. message).    MOw  V Buick Centuiy station wagon.  Exc cond. 50,000 kms. 6654228.  MOw   ���81 Reliant SW, tuns well, dean.  $1,3XOBO 8864900.    MOcn  1989 Ford Fesliva 2 dr hatchback.  Cassette. 35,000 miles. i*Mi  S3.995. 885-3291. DLH5936  '77 Ford LTD II, body great, runs,  $400 OBO; 76 Cutlass wagon,  good tires, brakes, $300 060.  866-9381. ss  1964 Escort; standard, needs  dutch fo make mobile, engine In  veiy good cond., exc. for parts,  $400 060 by end ol May. Call  888-2622. TFNs  "76 Chevy Nova, good running  cond. $450 060.686-7648.   ss  1985 Mustang, great cond. in 4  out. Must sell $4,225 OBO. 685-  7718. ��29cn  '68 Cavalier Z24, V4, Pwr. sunrool w/air. Exc. cond. $6,600 OBO.  886-7654 aft. 5:30pm. ss  loi CHrvt rn  711 GMC   1 4 PM.  FOR A DIAL OF  A LIFI TIMI,  COME TO...  Mike Plimlcy  Centurion Auto  -.64!) Wharf Rd. Seche  1966 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6.  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $5995.  836-75201X886-2111. SB  '86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  exc. cond., $3995. 686-7150 or  6664213. ss  1981 CJ7 Jeep, 6 cyl, 4 spd, good  running condition, $3,500. 886-  0969. I30w  1968 Nissan pickup, 2 wd, p/s,  p/b, 4 spd, AM/FM cassette,  cinopy, under warranty. Excellent  condilion. $5600.8864039. MOw  1973 Chev, 3-ton dump tiuck, 350  cu. inch, 5 4 2 rear end 6 yatd aluminum box. $7500 OBO. 885-  7567,9-5,685-7553, eves. MOw  ss    1993 Ford Escort LX 5dr hatch-   ���* Ctos Ciera Brougham, loaded  ���64 Dodge D100 panel vtn. 4 wd.  Offers. 8864496, lv. message.  MOW  74 Ford 3/4 ton p/u box, $195.79  Ford 1/2 ton pAi ratr end tunny,  $195.8864128 or 8664934.I30W  1982 Toyota 4x4, long box plus  part truck.  $2,100.6654842.           MOcn  72 GMC 3/4 ton $500.865-5954  days, lve message 665-4499 eves.  MOcn  '84 Mazda pick-up, running 4 good  shape. $500.885-5954 days, lve  message 885-4499 eves.  MOcn  1984 Nissan truck, short box 4-cyl.  4-spd, new mags, great deal al  $1,750 OBO. Pager #19764855.  MOcn  1976 Dodge Tradesmen 200 van,  $600,883-2297. #29w  1968 Voyageur SE, 5 put., V6,  auto, ciuise, tilt, AM/FM/cassette,  Ll + Gauge package, roof rack,  heavy duty tow, 62,000 kms, exc.  cond. $9900 OBO. 866-2748.  ��29w  1960 Ford 4x4,11,000 miles on  trans/engine, 885-2151 eves.*29w  1960 Chevy 1/2 ton, fusty but  runs. $500 OBO. 885-7330. ��29w  '89 Tracker 4x4 convertible.  $7,500 060.8864174.    ��29cn  Wrecking '83 Ranger 2.0L on  propane. 883-9590 eves. MScn  1976 Ford F-250, 360 ci, aulo.,  PS, P6, great for hauling wood.  $500.8864546 alter 6pm or 886-  8755 Derek. TFNs  1983 3/4 GMC Sierra $2,900.  Good mechanical, good body,  100,000 miles. Randy. 685-5623  feves. ���29cn  Ladder rack, Ills lull size pick-up.  $250060.8854621.      *29cn  1961 Jeep Wegoneer, limited,  $1000 060.886-2642 eves.#26w  1977 GMC 4X4,3/4 ton, good running order, $1000 OBO. 883-9493.  ���28w  1975 Dodge propane 4X4, crew  cab, completely rebuilt, $6500.  665-7518. ss  1978 Bronco, new paint, rebuilt  motor, rear end, new gas tank,  springs, ball joints, carb, exhaust  and brakes. $5,400 OBO. 886-  7013. ss  1986 Fotd F250 4X4, diesel,  supercab, $13,000 OBO. 885-  1949. ss  1997 615 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass, PS/PB, auto., tilt, Sony  stereo, open to reasonable offers.  866-7600. ss  '80 GMC 3/4 ton, $2700 In exc.  cond. 886-7774 or 8864027.   ss  Big block Ford propane system  w/tank, $1000. 686-3005 8am-  5pm. TFN  '69 3 ton Chev, flatdeck, 5 + 2  tranny, new Iront tires, needs  inspection. $3250.886-3001.   SS  '84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  8664204. ss  1987 F150, low kms, boxliner,  campy, excel, cond. $7,000 060.  885-4146. I28cn  Full size 1990 Dodge van, V6  auto, $8500.6864301 ss  '77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 885-5102. ss  79 Ford 4X4,3/4 ton, 4 sp., good  cond., $2995. 686-2111 work,  866-7520 eves. TFN  1980 Vanguird Clsss A  motorhome, 27 It., loaded, low  miles, immaculate, $23,500.885-  i__ 128.  1990 dlx. 24' motorhorne A-1 condition. 886-9025. ss  17' Vanguard trailer, Hush (diet,  lips 4,3-way Iridge, blight I  dean. $3,200.886-7927.  H29cn  76 Kencralt travd trailer, shower,  Move 4 fridge. $2,600.8834590  eves.         Mfcn  1978 Holidalra trailer 20'. Excel,  shape. $5,500 OBO. 8854563.   M9cn  P/U Camper, $600.8854137.TFN  HCHa.IT MMIK  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain Bill Murray I  MC.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S.I  M.A.B.Y.C.   ���Matins  Surveyors and Consultants!  1985 LTD 4 dr, 6 cyl, auto., 1979 Chev step van, ex-postal  ait.good shape, only 2 owners, van, 292 6 cyl auto, new rubber,  $3,300 OBO. 865-3360 belore real good ships, $4000. 866-  9pm. I29cn 2206. MOcn  '86 GMC 314 ton with fully equip,  security camper - both in very  good cond. $6,900.885-2942.  MOW  9' kit camper, 3-way fridge, stove,  shower, toilet. Sleeps four. $2500.  8854532. I30w  Wanl to swap car (worth approx.  $6500) for molorhome 8854514.  ���30*  78 Triple E. Very low miles, original tires. 'Arther* forces sale. New.  complete brakes, toilet, oversize  tank, propane tank. elc. $5000  080.866-7420. MOw  1/4 ton p/u truck camper. 2-way  fridge, stove w/oven, new drapes,  pon-a-potti. clean, in good cond.  $1200.6864292 or 6864991.  MOw  '86 Travelaire 16' single axle fifth  wheel trailer, immaculate. 685-  9451. MOw  1979 25.5 It, 360, gas/propane,  self cont. gen, sir. $11,500 060.  685-5527. MOcn  For import truck, sleeps 4. Sink, 2  b. stove, ice box, jacks. $500.865-  5972. MOcn  For Sale: dty bus converted to RV  motor home, fully contained, nice  unit. 16 pad Uptown Moid. Oilers.  Mtw  1974 Stircraft tent trailer, stove,  sink, fridge and furnace. Steeps 8.  $1200060.8864877.      ��9w  Haida Ocean Kyak, Kevtar padde  and lilejacket. Excellent condition,  $900.6854966. I30w  14 tt. Crestliner, 50 HP, 4.5 HP,  tull canvas, depth Under, trailer,  $2800.885-4285. HOw  Handyman special: 23 It. Crls  Craft. $2500.685-7647.     MOw  Near new 12 It. aluminum Stircratt  boat ind dder trailer, $1000 OBO.  8854385. I30w  CLASSIC  33 It dble end diesel radar  sounder reblt 78. Best offer over  $15,000 before Aug 1/93. Jay.  863-9158. MOcn  24 ft.  Cabin Cruiser, new  Merc motor and leg, head propane  stove, sleeps 4. $5500.6834253.  ss  Ranger 22, VHF 5 sails, very lad,  sleeps 4. Gery Mull design $4200.  686-3490,1-977-7349 toll-lree  peger. ss  Coronido 15, trailer, similar to  Laser, nice sailboat $1600. 686-  3490,1 -977-7349 toll-tree pager.  ss  Hobie Cat 16 sailboat, trailer, nice  bott, #$1700. 886-3490, t-977-  7349 tod-tree pager, ss  12 ft. aluminum boat $600, 885-  7167. ss  Yesl There is ��� reliable local propeller repair seivice. 885-5276.  TFN  Good 12 It. aluminum boat $600  or trade? 685-7167 ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent condition, vety  clean, newly painted 4 renovated  featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. tt. deck, Iridge 4 stove  included, washer 4 dryer optional.  Excellent location, dose to terry, In  Comeau Trailet Park ��22,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 8864095. $39,900. Call to  view. TFNs  $35,900 FP ��� New 2 bdrm. from  kitchen, loaded, 6 only. 597-3322.  TFN  14X70, $22,900. Must be moved.  597-3322. TFN  '61 14x70 - 3 bdrm. 1 1/2 bath,  $21,000. Must be moved. 885-  7401. ss  79 Honda CM 400 14,000 kms,  9.9-204O40-50-70 HP 1991-1992 new njbtor, battery, good condi-  Evinrudes. Excellent condition, tap, $850, pnpne Graham 885-  Lowe's Resort, 683-2456.    TFN    7473.  MOw  19 It. Sealonet Volvo Penti  Calkins trailer needs exhaust man-  ifdd, $3500.686-3457. ss  Wanted: Seagull outboards, all  models, any cond. lor parts. 1-  860-2562 or reply c/o Box 397,  Qlbsons, B.C. VON 1VO.  MOcn  15 It libreglass. 40 Merc, classic,  low hours. Trailer, exlias. $2,500  OBO. 8864526. MOcn  1974 Reinell 19.6 It, 351 Cleveland motor, low hours, Meic Cruiser leg, EZ load trailet, exc. cond.  $7,500.8854934. #30cn  14 ft 6 libreglass boat. 35 hp Merc  4 7-1/2 hp Honda kicker. Exc.  cond. $4,250.8664276.   MOcn  '6014 It Baylinei with 60 hp Evinrude and brand new trailer, asking  $4500.8854621. ��29w  13 1/2 loot Shorelinet (whaler  type) 25 hp Merc DS frailer,  $3000.685-5948. I29w  JRC 525 radar 611 scanner with  service manual, Koden radar with  5 ft scanner. Best offer. 8864306  or 990 Chaster to view.    *29cn  36' boat bumper $25. 686-9346  eves. ��29cns  8 tl fibreglass rowboat $150.16 ft  glassed cedar strip canoe $350.  10 It fibreglass self-bailing rowboat  $500. Boats ire unsinkatxe. Oars  4 paddles not included. 865-2225.  ���29cn  16' Skagit, 85 hp Evinrude, new  battery, Ezeeload trailer. $2,950.  833-2990. ��29cn  MAID-A-FLOAT  On board cleaning, private or  commercial. For info 8854531.  ��28w  1969 Double Eagle 16-1/2' cuddy  Vdvo I/Ob, low hours, wdl maintained, loaded with extras. Comp.  with 1992 Highliner trailer.  $19,995.686-9642. ��28cn  Achilles Inflatable boat, perlect  cond. plus accessories with new  Nissan outboard motor $2,000  OBO. 866-2052 eves.      I28cn  THE ULTIMATE DIVE BOAT  27 It Sealander landing barge, twin  165 hp Merc inboird/outboards,  radar, VHF, C/B, colour video  sounder, heeler, defroster,  hydraulic winch, sleeps 2 with custom street-legsl tandem trailer  $39,000,683-2195. I28cn  1992,10'B* Nissan inflatable boat.  Inflatable keel, aluminum door, 8  horse molor, gas tank, beach  wheel trailer outfit, used only  twice, cost $4700, sdl $2500 lirm.  2500 lbs. hdper springs lits lull  size truck or van, used t week  only, paid $210 with tax, sdl $150  060. See Joe. trailer 169, Wilson  Creek Campground.        I26cn  1413' Fibreglass boat with 75 HP  Merc, and trailer, $5500 080.  8854307. ss  28 ft. Unifly fibreglass, new motor,  new winch, new caipets, dedronic  fish finder, lots ol extras. George  8664139. ss  1986 21 It Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin, 6 cyl Mercruiser, 170  hrs on bolt, fully equipped for fishing. Over $30,000 new, ssking  $15,500.885-2503. SS  Bayliner 24' C/8, rebuilt engine, 4  hrs., new upholstery, UHF CB, 2  depth sounders, $12,900. 886-  7255. ss  16 It. DasAtson sailboat, 4 sails, fin  ked, 7.5 Honda, $3000 886-9224  197814x70 mobile home located  at Sunshine Coast Mobile Park.  $27,500 OBO. 6864458 (home  until 4 pm), 886-7124 (work).��30w  197814x70 mobile home, 12x20  addition, wood stove, to be moved,  $23,000.8964974. MOw  Rockland Wynd, 2 bdims, 2 baths,  living tm, dining, kitchen eating  area, 5 appl., lots ol cupboard  space, plus utility shed, over 1100  sq.ft. 685-2681. MOw  NEW HOMES  FROM  $35,900 F.P.  Must have own location. 5% down  or we will take your trade - car,  boal, etc.  CHI collect  $974322  I28cn  NEW PARK  NANAIMO AREA  DLX ADULT COMMUNITY  RENTS FROM $235/mo  FOR INFO CALL  5974322  12801  31 ft trailer with large addition in  woodland setting near beach. Will  finance. 1-941-7185.        MOw  14 x 70 mobile home on Ig pad,  close to lerry. 3 bdrms, tarn rm,  ensuite, l/p, 3 appl's. 410 Comeau  Tr. Park. Asking $35,900. 886-  8436. MOcn  14' x 70' Mobile in Rockland Wynd  Park. Has covered sundeck plus  workshop. 685-9757 or 885-3246.  ���29cn  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  Marine Pharmacy  In Pendar Harbour  ������A Friendly People Place"  Responsible family seeks house  by September 1. Excellenl references. N/S. 686-7042.      MOw  Responsible family with c. nent  dog seeks 2 bdrm home Gibsons.  8864095. MOcn  Mom and small girl wanting home  with yard. Will have pet. Call  Cheryl collect, 261-4053.   #29w  3 bdrm mobile, single wide, 4 3 bdrm house in Gibsons required  appl's, excellent cond. $21,500. for 6 ��� 8 months. Exc references.  Ph: 1-9864459. ��28cn    886-2116,  1974 Paramount I2'x68' mobile in  Sechelt Park, 2 bdrms. (was 3),  large addition and appl, short walk  to shopping and hospital, $29,000.  no dogs. 885-5782 I26w  2 bdim Rockland Wynd, new lloor  covering, deck, dec. heat, 5 appis,  utility shed. 8654401.      Keen  1990 14x70 2 bdrm., 5 eppl. 2  decks, $42,000 060. Must move.  886-7778. I26w  77 14x66, stove, fridge, W/D,  must be moved, $23,500. 886-  7013. ss  ��29w  Responsible married couple seek  waterfront house, Sept. 1. Lv.  message 885-9378. *29cn  Single, employed male, smoker,  no pets, with rels. seeks 1 bdrm.  suite, preferably furnished, preferably in Sechell. Unfurnished Gibsons suite OK too. Reply to Box  393, c/o Coast News, Box 460,  Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.     TFNs  Wanted to rent. Space suitable lor  small, private lile drawing classes,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Must be reasonable. 686-9665.  TFNs  Small home, quiet spot, mixx-tv-i  $350.8854406. ���    ��28w  Business owner (t) with one et*)  attending university requires 2-3  bdrm., unfurnished home. Gib-  Sa-aTS/SsctaBlt area, July 1 or Aug.  1. Must allow miniature, kennel  trained pet. Wiling to sign lent,  please call and Iv. men. 885-  7990. TFN  Yamaha PW50, like new, low  hours, $750.863-2297.     *29w  1987 KX 125, good cond. New  parts. $1,450. 665-4616 lv. message. I29cn  1978 Honda 400, good cond.,  spare bike lor parts $600 takes dl.  886-7722 leave message. TFNs  '81 HARLEY. Totally redone. A  MUST SEE. $10,000 OBO. Serious enquiries only. 6864307. ss  GSXR 750, low kms., exc. cond.,  $6000.886-7484. ss  '91 Honda CR250. Many extras.  $3,000.8864746. SS  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  offers. 8864622. ss  1982 Yamaha 650 turbo, very  good cond. 885-9512. SS  SHARED ACCOMMODATION  Room in large house 50 yds from  beach, Lower Gibsons, $325 plus  1/2 Hydro. Leave message 886-  2969. ��29w  Gibsons: bedrooms lor rent in private home. Use d kitchen 4 W/D.  $350/mo. Leave message at 886-  4686. MOcn  Wanted to shate, n/s couple, new  2 bdrm house, Glbioni, July  15/Aug 1, $450. Dime Baron 686-  6107 or 1-294-2214. MOw  Shired accommodation: quiet,  clean M or F, preler n/s. Ocean  view large 3 bdrm new homt,  Sandy Hook, $450/mo. ��� utilities.  6854656. MOw  Housesitter and living companion  wanted lor healthy senior mm in  exchange for free room 4 botrd.  Spacious home in the wilderness.  Suitable tor writers and artists.  Please write to Box 121, D'Atcy,  6C.V0N1L0. MOw  3 bdrm view home, Irvine's Ldg., 5  appl, $800/mo. 2 bdrm deluxe  condo, Sechelt, $8007mo. 3 bdrm  semi-waterfront, Sechelt, Sept. 1,  $B00/mo.  SUSSEX REALTY*  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  DAVE AUSTIN M5-3295   12601  Sechelt Centre, 2 bdrm, $700, no  pets, references required, avail  July 21.885-9667. MOw  Grintham's ��� cosy 1 bedroom  house. Fantastic view, sundeck,  fireplace. $550/mo. Available Aug  1.8864689018864295.   TFNi  2 bdtm mobile home in Selmi  Park, n/pets, n/s, tel. req'd.  $550/mo. 665-9520. I28w  Renovated 2 bdrm with view, walk  to ferry, beach. Avail. July 15.432-  9679 alter 6 pm. ��30w  1 bdrm suite, West Sechett, hydro  induded. Avdl. immed. 6854764.  MOw  Royal Terraces, 3 bdrm turn.,  ocean front condo. All appis., fireplace, rec. facility, adult complex. '  SHO0/mo. Long term lease desir- '  able. Call Andrea 885-4111.M3w   '  3 bdrm lurnished view home,  Lower Gibsons, $700. Avail. Aug.  1.8854812 018864066.   MOw  Near Davis Sty, large 2 bdrm  mobile home, no pets. $595/mo.  865-4862. ��30w  W. Sechelt, upper level seil-con-  tained suite, 1250 sq. ft. 2 bdtms,  suitable lor couple wanting quiet  place. N/P, N/S, tels. req'd. Available now. $610 plus utilities. 885-  2995. MOw  Gibsons oceanview suite, 2 bdim,  4 appis., n/s. n/p, ref. req'd Aug. 1  886-4773. MOw  3 bdrm house located across trom  marina, lower Gibions, $700.886-  0923. MOw  Mobile, d'wide t bdims, deck and  (place. $625,686-7400.    M201  Upper tloor, house near Dougal  Park. Bright 2 bdrm, fireplace,  fresh paint and carpets, spacious  yard and deck, creek. $650. Avail,  immediately. 8864526.     MOw    SS  Camper, lits small truck, good   cond., going cheep. 8854720. 18 tt. F/G Vdvo I/O tandem axle  ��29w trailer, $3800.883-2297.        SS  when you  pay for 2 insortiona  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion  r  FOR ONE INSERTION  in either the Monday or Weekender  Edition. Up lo 10 words; 25 cents  fot each additional word.  Free: Losl, found i Free  Sura Sail Classifieds  $17 up to 10 words  $ J 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 avmhbic for commardal advprtiur.  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Iditien Weekender  NOON FRIDAY NOON TUISDAY  Gibsons 886*2622 Sechelt 885-3930 Coast News, July 12,  1993  Immac. 1 bdrm Sechelt Village. 4  appl., carpet, rent $500/mo . part  utilities. Avail. July 1. N/pets. rets  req. 434-534V\ MOw  Pnvate 2 - 3 bdim waterfront cottage on acreage with dog. Earls  Cove. $485/mo. 866-9600. I30w  3 bdrm rancher 1 block trom Sunnycrest Mall, 4 appl.. carport,  lenced yaid. Avail. Aug t. Call 1-  755-1639. MOw  Granthams Landing view home,  close to lerry, 2-3 bdrm. 2 baths  and family room or poss. in-law  suite. Rets. Avail immed. $825.  886-7249. ��30w  Gibsons basement suite. $254/mo,  ulil ind. Chris 666-2260.     MOw  Bachelor  Suites  BY MOMTH OR WEEK  Waterfront village, 3 bdrm A-frame,  suil couple or otlice. $750. 885  5742 ��29w  Sell-contained 1 bdrm suite, t/p,  laundry, clean & bright, Lower Gibsons, avail. July 1. $470/mo. 886-  7867. ��29w  HOLIDAY RENTAL  Rustic comlottable 3 bdrm house,  Gibsons, near beach, private deck,  garden, sauna. Weekly rales. 886-  8904  ��g9w  Sechelt. Brand new ground levd 2  bdrm condo. Gas f/p. short walk to  mall. 5 appl's. $700.885-4546.  ��29cn  Hopkins Landing, cozy 3 bdrm  avail. Aug. 1. View, den, deck.  Garden, pr. enl. parking. 1 km to  lerry. N/S. Rels. $850. 604-277-  4725. M9cn  2 bdrm 1,000 sq tl house, covered  deck, huge yard, single carport,  shed. Garden Bay. NS. Rels. Avail.  July 15. $650/mo. 8B3-2126.  Ktjcn  Watertront Gibsons. 1 bdrm $ 2  bdtm, lurnished homes. Avail,  immediately $700 - $850. 1-737-  2136. MOcn  LYNNMOUR VILLAGE  NORTH VANCOUVER  Townhouse/apartment complex  oilers easy access to shopping,  parks, schools 4 recreation. Rents  start at $650 $ incl. parking, hot  water, heat t cade. For appoint-  ment to view, call 220-2651 or  M6-4759   3 bdrm, 2 bath house, 4 appl's.  long term preferred. Ret. req.  N/pets. $800/mo. Avail. Aug 1.  6854578. MOcn  Upper Gibsons 1 bdrm suite. $540.  Heat t light incl. 8864107. MOcn  Immac. 1 bdrm Sechelt village. 4  appl's. Carpet. Rent $500/mo ���  part facilities. Avail. July 1st.  N/pets, refs. req. 434-5347130cn  W. Sechelt, ground level self-contained suite, 2 bdrms, 5 appl.  Avail. July 15. Suitable lor responsible couple, N/S, N/pets. refs.  required, $625/mo + utilities. 885-  2995 ��29w  Waterlront, 2 bdrm self-contained,  August, $300/wk. 6864435 t29w  Spacious 34 bedroom townhouse,  Gibsons, sea view 1 private garden, close to all amenities,  $850/1*10.666-9406. ��29w  1 bdrm view suite, lower Gibsons.  $425 incl. utilities. Phone 686-  2565. ��9w  New 3 levd, 2 bdrm, N/S house;  w/d, d/w, 1 1/2 baths, huge deck.  'Aug. 1,$85��Ymo. 886-7955. ��29*  Davis Bay, newly decorated spacious 2 bdrm with view, $75(Vmo.  Avail, immed. Rets. 665-3433.  ��29w  2 bdtm bright, carport, fireplace.  Aug. 1. $650.666-7400.    129*  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  <S6fk  REALTY LTD  Don Sutherland  .986-8107  5bdrm home, Langdale  Rel. $1300 mon  1 bdrm apts. Lower Gibsons. New  kitchen 4 baltirm. Quiet 6 secure.  Walk to all amenities. Fdly carpeted, laundiy. $580 $ $620. 886-  3420. t��8cn  2 bdrm apl. lower Gibsons. New  building, lully carpeted. Mini-blinds,  laundry. Opposite Gibsons Marina.  Easy wdk lo shops 4 beach. $740.  8864420. I28cn  BEST ON THE COAST  1 bdrm view apt. opposite Gibsons  Marina. New building, wall to wall  carpel, laundry, dose to all amenities. $660.886-3420.       HScn  Sdma Park 2 bdrm house, plus 1  down large rec room down, wood  slove in liv rm, 4 appl's. large sundeck, lenced, rels. req'd. Avail.  Aug 1 or sooner. $800 p.mo. 736-  9432. ��28cn  One person to share 3 bdrm house  with view lower Gibsons. NS. no  pets. W/D avail. $350/mo. plus util.  886-7286. ��26cn  Quiet, convenient lower Gibsons,  near beach. Spacious 3 bdrm.  rancher on Ig. garden yard area.  Full bath. F/P, sundeck, 5 appl..  NS/NP, Rels. req. Avail. Sept. 1.  S800/mo.. utils 886-2286 weekends, 1-8754817 weekdays all  6pm. ��28w  Small house with FP, 4 appis..  workshop, Sandy Hook, Avail. Jdy  15, $550/mo. 1-9214820 eves.  126*  Fully lurnished studio suite with  kitchenette, TV, linen sen/ice and  guest laundromat. Localed across  trom Gibsons Yacht Club 4 Marina 686-3343. TFN  1 bdrm. lumished, view apart. Jolly  Roc^,S60(Vmo.  NRS SecM Property  Menaajanentll54l>M  TFN  LOWER QIBSONS  Olfice. heat/light Incl. $175. 886-  2586. MOw  600 sq It heated workshop/storage  10 It ceiling. Central Sechelt. 885-  4804. I30cn  600 sq tt workshop, otlice space  fo rent. Gibsons. 8868204.l28cn  Gibsons Landing  711 Winn Road  1,000 sq.tt. of office  space; offices can be  rented individually. For  more Into or to view,  Call Lenka  11872-0284  9.00-4.30 Mon. to Fri.  or 941-3036 Evaa.  Required at M/H group home: relief  staff who have relative training,  experience, valid driver's licence  and flexibility of hours. For more  mlo, please call 686-3217.  I29w  The Nine-Three-Seven Childcare  Society requires a dynamic, self-  motivated Programme Director for  Iheir after schod child-care centre.  The incumbent will dan 4 supervise a play program lor up to 10  children ages 5 to 10 years, keep  attendance 4 registration records  4 prepare monthly reports tor the  Society. Hours of wot* are 2:30 pm  lo 6:30 pm weekdays, commencing Sept. 7,1993. Salary is based  on experience 4 qualifications.  Early childhood education training  4 experience is an asset, first aid  training is required. Send resume  to Nine-Three-Seven Childcare  Society, RR2 S2 C38, Gibsons,  B.C. VON fVO. Closing date July  30. *29w  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hdl available wheelchair facilities. 685-2752  or 885-9863. ��32w  Water view, Gibsons. 3 bdrms, 2-  1/2 baths, garage, 2 sundecks.  kitch. w/nook, 5 apl's. S/S duplex.  $850,298-5215. ��29cn   Roommate to share trailer. $235. Waterlront cottage Gambier Isl.,  Conlact manager. Cedars Trailer $500/week. 26.3-4321. ��28w  Court. 6854313. ��29cn  MX SO WORKSHOP  Close lo Gibsons. 2 bay workshop  that may be rented in hall or lull.  Use lor storage, small business,  or? 885-4490. TFN  For Rent - Seamount Industrial  Park, light industrial, service commercial, up to 2,000 sq It, 10' ceiling, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq ft  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 686-2663 days, 866-9075  eves. TFN  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall available. Wheelchair facilities. 685-  2752 or 885-9863. TFN  RIM's  If you've got room  for extra income, we've  got room for youi  Thi' fastest staving pnMdw ui  [Xa-insucarKe uiaderwritins1  swvkes requires st^fnotk/ated  Nunes We are lUastanlV 'on the  puss/* and requre part-time  laiikwaMk X, ji��i mr trom is  I aiMfciKsmt t*. lu the industry.  Venipuncture and/ur ECC  wperkaxe is necessary. Ful  (aTtmutiaiRMn  CswtartOaireMunay  1t��H5WfJtlOAve.  VaawisMT,B.CV5Z1K9  Tel (MM) 872-3610  Toll Free 140tMrfa.W49ra  RAPIOMED PLUS INC  Small cottage, Hallmoon Bay.  $300 r/mo. 8854647.       ��29cn  Warned to share, N/S couple, new  2 bdrm. house. Gibsons, avail. July  15/Aug. 1, $495. Diane Baron 686-  6107. ��26w  West Sechelt. 6407 Samron. 12 yr  dd, 3 bdrm 4 den. spacious, bright  2 lull baths, private large lenced  yard, sundeck. Lease prel'd. $850  (main floor, part bsmt). Avail. Aug  2.939-5486 or leave message.  #26cn  View home in Granthams. Very private, 3 bdrms, 1,200 sq ft, Jacuzzi,  4 appl's. $710/mth. 886-2976.  Avail. July 1. ��28cn  VIEW  Gibsons. 3 bdrm duplex, view, 4  appl's. $850. Neil. 866-0269 or  Randy��a>1230. ��28cn  Avail. July 1.2 bdrm trailer. Handyman lix-up special. Pender Harbour. 8864690. ��26cn  Upper Gibsons. 1 bdrm suite.  $540/mth. Heat 4 hydro ind. 866-  3107. ��28cn  2 bdrm. mobile home it Irwin  Motel, 826 Hwy. 101, $475. 886-  3331. ��28w  Shared accommodation single  mom seeks responsible roommate  18-30 yrs., $300 ��� 1/2 hydro. Jdy  15.886-9079. #28w  Wanted to share. N/S couple new  2 bdrm. house, Gibsons, avail. July  15/Aug. 1. $495. Diane Baron 886-  6107. 426w  3 bdrm. townhome 1620 sq. ft., 5  appliances, covered balcony, carport, near schools, $800/mo. Avail.  July 1.886-4680, TFN  2 bedrm home, acreage, Middle-  point. $650/mth. Avail. Aug 1/93.  Large new 2 BR, 2 bath, patio  home plus attached garage, Private adult-oriented area. All appl's.  Avail. July. 1. Call Mary at 886-  6107.8664029. TFN  Looking to rent a house or willing  to exchange my apartment house  located in Montreal for a house or  apartment located on the Sunshine  Coast between August 1-21. Ask  for Martin 885-7483. TFN  Industrial workshop avail, immed., insulator required. Experience an  Gibsons, 750 sq. It. unit, $475/mo. asset. Own vehicle required. 886-  9214751. TFN     6741. TFN  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  30x40 ft. shop with one hoist,  roo/mo. 886-2031 days.    TFN  LEAD HAND  capable of layout and handling  crew, general construction, new  homes, renovations etc. Min. 6  years experience. Call Irv 885-  2774. 430w  PEOPLE NEEDED  for TV commercials. All ages. The  Commercial Connection. 665:  2443. "29* ���  MANAGERS/CARETAKERS tor 6d  suite apt. Mdg. in Chilliwack. Ideal  lor mature, experienced couple.  985-1658. ��28cn  Outside salesperson calling on  businesses. Can be very rewarding  $$. 886-3254. H29w  P/T motel desk clerk, experienced  only. Phone 886-3321.      ��29w  Preschool assistant, 3 morns /  week. Rainbow Preschool, phone  Debby 686-3282. ��29*  Floor layer/finisher wanted for  hardwood floors. Experienced 4  reasonable. 886-3113 Iv. mess.  ���29cn  MOVIE EXTRAS  Still needed. All types 4 ages. Call  Exlra Personalities. 684-9872.  12801  Part time driver warned for delivering. Rets, please. Phone 685-  7160. MOcn  Far professional resumes In Lower  Gibsons call CONFIDENTIAL 886-  4740 Word Prcx��ssirig/DTP.��28w  Cut grass, kitchen help 4 dish  washer, Camp Elphinstone. 886-  2025. #28w  Assemble light products at home.  Excd. income, easy work. Cdl tor  directory. 24 hrs. (604) 623-2380  ext.A74. TFN  EASY ASSEMBLY any hours,  $339.84 week, family of 3 earns  $4417.92 monthly. 24 hour hotline. 601-379-2985 Copyright  ���BC010452. 12601  RESTAURANT PERSONNEL  Progessive new dining concept in  estadished local restaurant, under  new management, seeks mature,  experienced people lor all positions, to inquire, call collecl West  Coast Hospitality Services. 960-  0313. ��29w  The Rockwood Centre StoryTdling  Festival is a three day weekend  event featuring storytellers, workshops and performances, held in  October. Three positions are available for a 16-week period beginning on June 30,1993. Festival  Operations Manager, Fundraiser,  and Administrative Assistant. All  applicants should have an Interest  ind background In Ihe arts and  must be currently cdleding Unemployment Insurance. Address  applications to The Selection Committee, c/o The Rockwood Cenlre,  Box 767, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0.  TFN  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  Animal lovers, the SPCA needs  you to assist them in their new  home with the care 4 walking ot  their animals.  Host families are needed for  exchange students trom Japan  starting July 26th for three weeks.  Students have a full schedule ol  class time and activities. Wonderlul  opportunity to leam about Japan.  Teen Centre in Gibsons would like  to be open seven days a week but  needs volunteers to chaperone for  two or three hours at a time.  Secretary needed tor the Crime-  stoppers. Meet every second Wed.  d the month.  For these ind more opportunities contact The Volunteer ind  Inlormation Ctntrt it 8154181.  A service lunded by the Ministry of  Social Seivices TFN  Have irowsrt, wHI travel. Brush-  cutting, wtidtatlng, tic. 115-  0737.  36   Work Wanled  Need your house cleaned' Reliable woman available, good refs,  8864314. #2Bw  Free Estimates  Firm Prices  885-9576  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  IN-HOME Pf-OFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Ctrpttt ��� Uptotttety  IWas.tsWllTs'JCK-  tntlNlaaDHUMtiT  KSIPOSSBHr-ESaUS  JUST ASK AROifC  QUALIFIED TRADESMAN  20 YEARS EXPERIENCE  Building sundecks, patios, retaining walls, steps, fences, sheds, all  renovations, or...Iree estimates  ind fair prices.  Also available to do home evaluations - belore or alter purchase.  Call Irv at 665-2774. 128*  Q  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  ANDYUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  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 in this paper, call 886-2622  $225  316  for 25  words  $4 00 each addilional woid  ���.AUTO  ENGINES FROM $995. tor  cars and trucks. Complete  rebuilds with new parts. 6 Vr/  120,000 KM Warranty. 20%  Down - Payments later. Bond  Mechanical 8 a.m. - 8 p.m. 7  Days. 8724641.   BEFORE VOU BUY a rebuilt  engine, compare quality and  service. CANADA ENGINES  ARE THE BEST. Cars/light  Trucks Irom $995. 6/ Yr.  120,000 Km warranty. 580-  1050 (24 Hrs/7 Days. 1-600-  6S5-35ZQ.   F-250,4X4's, Cummins Diesel, Explorers, Rangers,  Trucks. Up to $1500. cash  rebate. '0' down O.A.C. Payments from $189/month.  Phone Grant collect 538-  9778. Dealer ��8367.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  Choose to be successful today. Canada's largest group  of licensed vinyl decking dealers still has a tew dealerships  available In B.C. and Alberta.  No business experience necessary. We will teach you  everything you need to know  phis we supply an extensive  after market beck up service.  There are only a few dealership areas left, so act quickly  and join the more than 60  other dealers who made the  right choice. Total start up  cost Is $3,500. For more info,  contact 1-800-667-2596 or  1604)860-1200.   $$$OPPORTUNITY$$$Hot  Tub rental business. Starting  at $1,995. Recover Investment with 10 rentals. Fulltime or supplement current  Income. Call 1-800-665-1932  lor information.   AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR a  BODY SHOP Lone Butte,  B.C. on main highway. Include! stock, equipment,  buildings A some vehicles.  Living quarters 2 acres commercial property. Complete  turnkey operation. Serious  Inquirittonly (604)395-2803.  FIRST TIME AVAILABLE!!!  NO COMPETITION. Vend  the lastestgrovvingtood items  ol the Wi, such as Pizza,  Chicken nngera, Ice-cream,  etc. all from one machine. For  more Information call Vend-  Ture Concepts 942-8977.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  B.C. HOME-BASED GIFT  PRODUCERS are invited to  participate in one ot the largest wholesale gifl shows in  British Columbia! Under the  Home-based Business Program, the Ministry of Economic Development, Small  Business and Trade has reserved space at Southex Exhibitor's Vancouver Fall Gift  Gallery Show tor the ninth  B.C. Creative Arls Show, to  be held at B.C. Place Stadium on September 19-21,  1993. Over 120 ol B.C.'s  home-based businesses will  be chosen to exhibit at the  B.C. Creative Arts Show. Gift  products including jewellery,  pottery, glass, weaving,  sculptures and other gift items  will be sold wholesale to buyers from across Canada and  the Pacific Northwest. People interested in exhibiting  must submit samples ot their  best work to a selection com -  mitleebyJuly19,1993. There  Is a non refundable jurying  fee ot $30.00 and an additional $100 - $150 lor successful applicants to secure  trade shew space. For more  information or application contact Barb Mowat at 520-5720,  or toll-free voice message  centre 1-978-6155 orfax 854-  3087.   $50O0*#eek freed us from financial worries. Send self-  addressed envelope for more  Information to: New Start,  120-1641 Hillside, Victoria,  B.C. V8T5G1.  FOR SALE on beautilul Northern Vancouver Island very  busy Drycleanlng/Commer-  cial laundry plant. Send inquiries to: P.O. Box 965, Port  Hardy, B.C. VON 2PO. No  agents Please.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  ���VIDEO - We 'CONVERT  European/Canadian T.V. &  Vice-versa. 'TRANSFER  film, slides, photos to video.  'B.C. 'VIDEO 1-744-4111.  1021 Ridgeway Place, Victoria, B.C. V8X 3C5. Mail Orders -Welcome.   EDUCATION   OUT OF WORK? Need a  Job? Apartment/Condominium Managers needed  throughout B.C. We will train  you at homel Start today.  R.M.T.I. 681-5456 or 1-800-  665-8339.    OFFERINGTHE BEST CHEF  TRAINING and Pastry A Dessert Programs. Full-time 17  weeks. Financial assistance,  Government funding, Accom -  modation. DUBRULLE  FRENCH CULINARY  SCHOOL, Vancouver 736-  3155 or 1-8O0-667-7288.  WESTERN CANADIAN  SCHOOL OF  AUCTIONEERING, next  course July 26 Aug. 07. 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Attractive  white window grilles, patio  door bars. Fire break-away.  Sizes to lit all windows. Easy  to install. Economical. Fully  guaranteed.    Literature,  ealer inquiries welcome 1-  800-061-7555,   WE WILL DELIVER. 4X4  backhces.dropnecklowbeds,  excavators, 966 950, and 910  loaders, 140 and 740 graders, six compactors, three  ambulances 4X4 service  trucks, 6-way dozers with  winch, truck scales, Hiab  Truck, single axle dumps, tilt  trailers all sizes. 493-6791.  OAHDENINO  The Ultimate Gardener's  Store. 1,000's ot products,  Greenhouses, Hydroponics.  Drip Irrigation. Huge Book  Selection. 80 Page, photo  filled 1992 catalogue $4. refundable on order. Western  Water Farms, #103 20120  64thAve,Langley,B.C. VSA  4P7.  HELPWANTEO      WANTED Full-time cook.  Apply at the Shantyman,  Lillooet. Phone 256-7732,  Fax 2567262 ask tor Debbie  or Therese.   Home/Business SECURITY.  Use WARNING DECALS to  lool potential Intruders. Authentic Three Decal Kit $5.95  CHK/MO. Direct 2-U Distributors, 359 Bernard Ave.,  Parksville, B.C. V9P1K1.  URINE-ERASE GUARANTEES REMOVAL urine (dog,  cat, human) itelns, odours.  Regardlesa stain agal Free  brochurel Reldell Chemicals  Ltd., Box 7500, London, Ont.  N5Y4X8.    HAVE FUN MAKING  MONEY. Become pan of the  latest trend in-home marketing exclusive line ol leans.  Men's, ladies and children.  Excellent earning potential.  Start your own business.  (Kathleen) 604-756-0413  ijpotnjt Distributors Ltd.  KITCHEN CABINETS  CABINETS 1/2 PRICE. In  stock, countertops/vanities  alto. Kitchen Craft Factory  outlet. Cash and Carry Cabinet Warehouse, 4278  Lougheed, Burnaby 298-  9277. 1868 Spall Rd.,  Kelowna 860-6638. 800  Cloverdale, Victoria 389-  1114.  MOBILE HOMES  Manufactured single & double wide homes delivered  anywhere in B.C/Yukon or  retire in our beautiful Orchard  Parks in the Valley of  Keremeos, B.C. Phone: 499-  7Z7i_  jtonctu  POETRY CONTEST $ 12,000  in prizes. Possible publication. Send one original poem  20 lines or less to: National  Library of Poetry, Box 704-  ND.Owings Mills, Md21117.  PERSONAL  WOULD YOU LIKE to cone-  spond with unattached Christian people across Canada  for companionship or marriage? S.A.S.E. Free Information. State age. Ashgrove,  P.O. Box 205-,Ctiase, B.C.  VQE-IMCy    BIAA ESTATE   NEW HOMES C.M.H.C.  Standards. $55 Sq.tt. Real  houses factory-built, your site.  Urban/Rural, 2X6 walls. R407  R20 Insulation. Showhomes-  De-Mac Home Sales, Surrey  (604)597-2181.   1993 REGENT 14' wide 3  brm, 2 bath, $45,900 Including delivery to Central S.C.  Also used 14' wide mobiles  starting $10,000 HOMES  CANADA (403)286-2488.   SERVICES  Major ICBC motor vehicle injury claims. Joel A. Wener,  trial lawyer lor 24 years. Call  free: 1-800-665-1138. Contingency lees available.  Simon, Wener I Adler.  TRAVEL  MOBILE HOMES  BUY FACTORY DIRECT.  Book now and save thousands on your new mobile or  modular home. Top dollar lor  trades. Many used unitsavall-  obieHor  3414.  . Noble Homes (403)447-  "A GETAWAY AT WHISTLER" Weekends 8 Holidays stay with "Sea to Sky  Condo Rentals". Swimming  Pool, Jacuzzi 8 Sauna. ONE  NIGHT FREE 1-800-667-  5529.  NETWORK CLASSIFIED  AM  Place your ad In over  100 community newspapers for $225.00. Call  till newspaper or the  BCYCNA at (604)669-  9222 for more Information.   lenovelloni' Sundecks  Carports ���lastmtnti  8 mare  Guaranleed prices  A workmanship  JOI M6-93S7  B. Varcoe journeyman carpenter.  Footings, foundations, sundecks.  Eves. 885-7977. Refs. available.  ���29cn  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranleed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.  TFN  35.Business &  Homo Services  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  ���rent War*  ���nepalr  4a.lmm.rKt  ���Any Job  .om cali noes irtu  -886-4788  Quality Woolwork  Homt Remodelling, Finishing  We look at all jobs big or small. For  prompt, quality work at an affordable price, call Art Glttbrtcht  885-3372. ��33*  SUNSHINE COAST  ENGINEERING LTD  Custom home designs ind drawings. Professionil engineers  reports, commercial designs. Project Management. 8864743.133*  A BEST painting it bargain  prlctt. Riftnncti provt it.  Minor repairs 8 renovitlons.  Call Roman 98W709.    ��28cn  KELLY'S  ' Sep* bo* peni-kir-  ��� PntakkUktsfar  oatdoui twits or  ��� Btsti-wonttat  -A. 116-2342  cdttOSttl anytime  PAINTING  Interior, Exterior,  Residential &  Commercial Small  I jota a .specialty,  y workmanship  and materials ��� estimates tree  f      WORD  PROCESSING  I* Laser Printer*  Sunsliine Office  Services  Phone/Fax  885-6390  KELLY'S SERVICES  Septic tank pumping, portable toilet  rentals. Call anytime. 866-2342 or  cell 220-5261. ��31w  aSPORESS PAINTING  & WALLPAPERING  ��� Specialty Flnlahaa  * Pa-Maura Washing  FREE ESTIMATES  885-7838  Renovating?  Adding on?  Need repairs, a sundeck?  Certified carpenter  Brad Stewart 886-9852  References. #29*  Experienced reliable watchman  available nights S weekends. 885-  5937 mess, for John, site 55.126*  Bookkeeping, manual or computerized. Experienced, accurate, confidential. References 885-0334.28W  Word processing, audiotape transcription, mailing lists. 685-9419.  ���29*  Experienced nurse-aid otters home  support, care, companionship. References, Sussn 886-4262. 128*  Custom framing, decks - fences.  Call Tony 686-0120. Refs. available. Keen  Light hauling. Yard a basement  clean-ups. Seniors discount. Norm.  886-9503. ��28cn  One ton truck lor hire. Will do pressure washing. Reasonable rates.  686-2108. 130*  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. TFNs  Complete Bobcat Seivices  Excavating ��� Backfilling  Retaining Walls - Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  B86-B53B  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years expenence, firm rates,  Iree estimates, no job too small or  too large. Bruce 685-9576.  TFN  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting, Iree estimates. References  available. 886-3463.        TFNs  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA ipproved.  Free estimites. Tom Sealy 883-  2978. TFN  [Tate St-viet SttttotiitA  WHEELER  ELECTRIC  RESIDENTIAL &  COMMERCIAL  .886-3700  Cel.328-6927  Childcare wanted for two boys (8 5  2). Mornings. Ongoing In fall, possibly some office work, too. Call  Luinda 8864573 (8 am lo 7 pm).  PIT live oul nanny, stalling Sept 4,  2 year old. 886*900.       ��30cn  Spaces available for 3-5 yr olds at  Teddy Bear Daycare. 885-2721.  I29cn  MOLLY MOUSE DAYCARE  Spaces avail. iBmos- school age.  Fun-filled caring environtvsnt, with  trained stall. 886-3913.     I37w  Nanny/housekeeper for one  month, Redrooifs ant. Cir essential. Call Millie. 883-2400. ��8cn  Licensed electrician ia licensed  plumber lor new homes, renovations & repairs. By contnet or  hourly. 8854202. ��29cn  Outbuildings / additions / renovation / repair rot and insect damage.  885-6070. ��32*  Carpet and lino Installation and  repairs. 885-0191. ��29*  I'M YOUR HANDIMAN  Porches, Additions, Remodelling,  Soiahums, No job loo small. Bill at  686-0380 or 24 hr. pager 1-977-  6502. TFN  DELL-TECK  Furnace & Air Duct  885-7670  JOHN'S BRICK 8 STONE  20 years exper. Good work. Good  prices. 8858840. ��29cn  LAWN AND GARDEN  Specializing in gardening and  lawn miintenince  ��� Pruning - Trimming. Fertilizing ���  Garden Clean-up  CommrcialsPesxIential  686*0180 lv. mess.  WANTED. BUSINESS TO BUY.  Thinking of selling your txjsiness? I  am looking lor an established stable business. I am not a realtor and  promise confidentiality. Please  send some brief info to Box 2055,  Sechelt, VON 3A0 and I will contact  you or call 8854037.        130*  SCHOOL TEACHER HOMEMAK-  ERS find out *hy you're the MOST  sucesslul. For more inlormation  phone 6850345. 126*  Working partner required tor astab-  lished retiil store on Colli.  Enclose phone number. P.O. Box,  2M1,Seciielt.BCV0N3A0.��29w '  Small affordable franchise. House.  silting ind pet cire setvice, pre-  established clientele, flexible'  hours. Call Sharon 885-2228.  ���29W  VILLAGE GARDENER  Weeding, lawn mowing, house sitting or any odd jobs. 8868529.  DOWN TO EARTH CLEANING  SERVICE  Friendly products, Mbit hours.  Cm eves. 885-2084.       ��28cn  SISTERS BOOKKEEPING  Build a successful company while  we manage your paperwork. Professionalism 8 confidentiality guaranteed, c/o Sunshine Kayaking.  866-9760. #31*  Cheryl 8 Al's . Kids, Homt I  Yird Ctrl house cleaning, liwn  cutting, trimming, rototilling er?  BabysrttJng, for into. 885-0531.   128*  TIRED OF YOUR COUNTERS?  Lit is repair, refinish, or recolour.  885-5057. 128*  Sundeck Specialist for your custom  deck 81 no obligation In-home  eMirate. Call The Woodsrran' at  921-7097. 12801  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  A HUSQVARNA  FOREST A GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Forest & Gaiden  Dealerships  available for Sechelt  Call Dorfin at  Tideline Marine  885-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY  SEBERRY SERVICES  Lawns cut, weed whacking, windows and gutter cleaning. Call Rk*  885-9899. ,     #30w  Reliable young man sitete outdoor  employment, yatd woik, construction deen-up, Jay 8854402.130*  Handyman available, plumber 8  carpenter. Pager ��� 1-979-1926 or  686-8292. 130*  CARPENTER  40 years txperasnee, ill jobs considered, firm prices. Joe 886-9257.  138*  RUBBISH REMOVAL Yard ctean  up, light moves, odd jobs, quick  Mindly service. 685-9694, 326-  1811 CM. MOcn  Experienced carpenter ��� lormi,  framing, finishing. Fret ettimiles.  Call Drew 8854557. 129*  Established vending machine business with growth potential. 886-  2565.  MINI STORAGE  LOCKERS  SECHELT-GIBSONS  U LOCK INC.  Gibsons: 886-8460  Sechell: 885-6422  dm S/re "Mttuufemett  MINI  STORAGE  885-0333  mmam  mam Coast News, July 12, 1993  17  '  .iliJilk^-  Gibsons Bantam 'AA' Altaian are playing warm-up games in preparation for zone finals July 23  and 24 in Burnaby. Managers are optimistic this year's team is one of the strongest the Sunshine  Coast has fielded in the last four to five years. Joel Johnstone photo  golf  Pender harbour  Senior Men's Day, June 29. 44 golfers played  hidden teams.  1st team at 197: Hugh Maginnis, Lew Lewing-  ton, Tom Hale and Ben Dlin.  2nd at 199: Henry Merry, Willi Marcinkowski,  Bob Hagar and Jim Buntain.  3rd at 206: Dennis Davidovic, Len Best, Ian  Tipton and Dutch Haddon.  KP#3-ErnieHolloway.  KP #6 - Jeny Holmes.  Honorable mention: Brownie Ellie grossed 73.  Did you know that a Cheetah is the fastest running animal on earth? (it can run 60 mph), but it  would need a substantial head start to outrun a golf  ball which flies at a speed of 170 mph when struck  with a driver.  Sunshine Coast golf  Sunday, June 27. Barbara and Bill Lawrance  took home the Walter Morrison trophy in the  mixed alternate shot format with a net 63-1/2.  Runners up Helen Steeves and Victor Marttedu.  Tuesday, June 29: Nine Hole Ladies.  1st flight: low net Beth Peat 32.5; 2nd Mary  Babcock 41. 2nd flight: low net Ariene Harmon  38.5; Barb Harvey 39.5.  18-Hole Ladies Medal Round.  1st flight: Marine Reeves net 64, Pennie Ulmer  65, Doreen Gregory 67.  2nd flight: Pat Vaughn 70, Dorothy Utterback  72, Doreen Harris 72.  3rd flight: Barbara Lawrance 70, Bev Taber 71,  Hazel Wright 72.  4th flight: Bernice Bader 68, Donna Johnson  70, Nancy Nanson 76.  Wednesday, June 30, Senior Men.  94 men played a scratch Pinehurst. Low team:  G. Bromley, D. Thomson: J. Nielson, B. Weirich.  3rd: W. Nestman, B. Matheson. 4th: A. Boyes, L.  Rendleman.  Closest to pin no. 8 Ray Scarr. Bill Weirich had  an eagle on no. 6.  by Rudy Notzl  Sunshine Coast Bridge Club  winners: June 28 - the Coyle  team made a valiant effort to  catch up with the Middletons  and had four wins and no losses,  but still short at the end of the  first round of Swiss Team competition. Final results: Middle-  ton 573; Coyle 515; Wood 441;  McNeill 310 VP (victory  points).  June 30: was the club's quarterly Individual Championship  and Tom Cross emerged as our  new champion, followed by  Patti Phillips and Doris Housley. The spread between first  and third was one match point!  July 1: Fay McCarthy with  Joy Wilson.  Did I say BC has a disproportionate number of top bridge  players? True. The figures for  1992 just in, out of 25 top Canadian players, six are from  British Columbia and, of the top  100, BC has 20. Names like Leo  Steil, Gary Tomczyk, Allan  Graves, Laurence Betts, Duncan  Smith, Aidan Ballantyne represent us well in National and  International competition.  The Bridge community is  mourning the death of George  Joneson of Powell River. He has  been the moving force behind  the American Contract Bridge  League, Duplicate Bridge operation for several decades. We had  the privilege to play with  George in Sechelt during last  year's Epson World Wide Competition, when he and his partner  M. Cairns were the top pair in  the whole of British Columbia.  Continuing the excerpts from  Larry Cohen's book on "The  Law of Total Tricks" (total  tricks meaning the sum of our  intended trump cards plus the  total of opponents' intended  trump cards), a few maxims are  helpful: Always bid to the level  equal to the combined number  of trumps held by your side. Try  not to let opponents play at the  level equal to Iheir number of  trumps. Never outbid the opponents at the three level if there  are 18 or more total trumps.  When in doubt, bid four spades  over four hearts. The five level  belongs to the opponents.  Coming up: Round two of  Swiss Team (team of four) competition. New team entries welcome.  Also Coming up: July 16,  17, 18 - Powell River Sectional.  For carpool, alternates and partnerships, call 885-5552.  1*1  M  Public Notice  Request for  Change of  Road Name  A petition has been  received to change  the name of Bull  Road in ils. entirety  within District lot  6087, Group 1,  N.W.D., to ISKA  Rd. Persons who  have valid objection  to this proposed  change are invited  to write to our  Ministry.  P.O. Box 740,  Gibsons, B.C.  VON IVO  by July 30,1993.  R.G. DeGraf,  District Technician  for Peter Milburn  District Hwy.  Manager,  Ministry of  Transport and  Highways.  Celebrate Parks Day  at  Porpoise Bay  Provincial Park  2:00pm  in the day use area.  OLD FASHIONED GAMES  8:30pm  in the Amphitheatre  SUNSHINE COAST  ASTRONOMY CLUB  RECYCLE  Families!  Come and picnic all day!  SATURDAY, JULY 17th  MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT,  LANDSand PARKS  Sechelt sends three performers  to PNE Star Search competition  by Ruth Forrester  Three Sunshine Coast performers have been  selected to compete in the Pacific National Exhibition's annual Star Search next month.  Vocalists Jennifer Sinclair and Carleen Rudland  and dancer Aprile Dunlop were selected after performing at the annual Sechelt Star Search in the  Seniors' complex on Canada Day.  There were several categories in the Star Search  section: vocal, dance solo, dance group and instrumental. The excellent calibre of the contestants  made the task of the three judges difficult, since  each performer gave his/her best and all would  have made worthy winners. Coming out on top in  vocals was Jennifer Sinclaire, with Carleen Rud  land and Crystal Williams right behind  Aprile Dunlop and Sarah Gallagher gave  exquisite performances in the group dance category. Dunlop was solo dance winner while instrumental winner was Katrina Woman.  Dunlop, who reached the finals of the PNE contest two years ago, repeated her achievement in  earning the highest number of points in the Sechelt  competition.  The Canada Day program started with some  fine young performers from ages 8 to 12. This age  group was not eligible for competition to perform  at this year's PNE, since that contest is open only  to ages 13 to 21. Gaelen Gorman was the winner in  this age group, followed closely by Sarah Norris.  Filberg Festival coming BC weekend  Described by many as simply  the best Arts & Crafts show  anywhere, the Filberg Festival  in Comox hosts its four-day celebration of the arts this year  July30,31, Aug land2.  Located on a nine-acre  waterfront park, the festival is  family entertainment at its best,  offering a montage of live  music, gourmet food and the  dazzling works of over 140 of  the finest artists and crafts people in BC.  Now in its 11th year, the Filberg Festival is recognized for  providing fun for all ages. Children are especially enchanted by  gaily costumed clowns, animat  ed storytelling and a petting  farm.  Craft displays feature such  traditional arts as weaving,  woodworking, pottery and lace-  making to fashion items such as  jewelry and clothing, as well as  a wonderful selection of specialty items. This summer's guest  artist is Bruce Cryer.  ^Nr/fc  Selected Fixtures  ���**> Pendant Styles  <t Ceiling Mounts  <> Good Variety  Lamp.��Shadet �� Wall Soonest �� Track��Ceiling Lights �� Fan. ��� Recessed. Outdoor  Sechelt Lighting An  886-9417��5609 Hwy 101, Sechelt  Sushi Ni  4m\t Art At&&t& \o cre$a\\ AuWuenhc  ^cWMMe 6wM In Dillon fo  oiirre^-AfwrnA..  f^lurlMAOm^'s w?w 6usU Clw{  ^A$U$U ty*$) 0i\\wa  Ykur&W vJwIm Iff, h rm -10 p  OMEGA  RESTAURANT  For reservations/delivery/pickup,  call 886-4*2*4*1  Notice Board J��  Ongoing events must be updated monthly  We reserve lhe right lo edit submissions (or brevity  All submissions should refer lo non-profit events  of genuine community interest  Ilems will be listed three weeks prior to Ihe event.  nutti"  MONDAY, JULY 1J  Sunahlna Cottt Homt Beead  Buatntta Association monthly moating,  7*9 pm. Member Prtaantation: Kartn  Harman of Kiddie Cat Day Cart followed  by diacuaalon: "Collecting Outatandlng  Accounta*. Admiaaion: Members: Free,  Non Mtmbtra: $2.00 drop In fat Coffee  and Taa available ($1 donatione to offset  coata). For more information conttet  Richard Curne at 865-6215  TUESDAY, JULY 13  Nursing Ctntrt Pro|oel inlormation  matting, tor all httlth cart providers and  health-relaltd community services. 7:30  pm, St. Mary'a Hospital boardroom.  Forum on tht Future ot Saehtlt. with  Dr. Waller Hardwick. 7 pm. Seniora  Ctntrt, Tnil Ave.. Stchtlt. Enioy a  atlmultling tvtning. Inio: 685-2339 or  885-3797.  WEDNESDAY, JULY 14  Summtr Raaedkag Program begins. 1 30  pm, Stchtlt Public Library. Agta 6-1!  welcome. Info: 885-3260  Porpolat Bay Provincial Park tvtnta,  10:30 am-2 pm: Tht Green Team.  Guided walk., paper-making, building a  worm compoat & othor activities. Info:  Johanna Btrtl, 8864642.  FRIDAY, JULY IS  tt Mary't Hospital Auillltry. Sechelt  Branch Bake Salt. 10 am-2 pm, Trail Bay  Mall, Stchtlt.  SATURDAY, JULY 17  Elphinslone Community Party/Open  House, noon-4 pm. All Elphinetont  residents wtlcomt. Frte coffee, cake t.  hot doge lor tht kids. Come explore Iht  new firt hall & community use room, next  to Cedar Qrovt School. Chaattr Road.  Sponaorad by Elphlnatone Electors'  Aaaocittlon. Info: B&6-7785  Forpoltt Bay Provincial Park tvtnta: 2  pm: old'uhaonod picnic A ractt. Lota of  print; mttt Jtny Iht Moott. 8:30 pm:  Astronomy Club prtttnta slide ahow and  a look through tht large tekaecopt. Mttt  at tht amphitheatre.  THURSDAY, JULY IS  Qlbeons Ambttttdor Psgesnl 'SS,  Elphinetont High School gym, 7:30 pm  (doom optntt 7 pm).  FRI., JULY IS t SAT., JULY 24  Tht Hot Potttooa A Fritnda prtatnt  ���Moetly Jut* with Michael Creber, pianiel  and David Say, aaxophoniat, both from  Vancouvtr. Ticktla $10 al Talewind  Books and Booke a Stuff.  FRI., JULY JO- MON., AIM. I  Fllbtrg Festival, 61 Filberg Road,  Comox. Fn-Sun: 11 am-6 pm; Mon: 11  am-6 pm. En|oy Iho boat of BC arts A  crafts plua fret muaic. great food, Irot  children's onterttinmtnt, pelting ttrm A  mort. Localion: 9-acre Fllbtrg Plrk  ovtrlooking Comox Bay. Admiaaion:  adults S3, kids 6-11 It, kida six tnd  under free  MSCCLUNIOUS  Porpolat Bay Provincial Park Vlertor  Proortmt: Thuradiyi, 7:30 pm: What to  do if you're lost in tht ptrkl and how to  avoid gttling loat In tht lirat pltct.  Fridays 2 pm: Discovering which  animala live In tht lortat. Fridays, S pm:  Legenda Around Iht ctmpfirt A making  musical inetrumtnts. Pkaaae bring a lawn  chair Sundays. 7 pm: Learning about our  nativa flora.  Tht Oo Tttn Ctntrt It localed at  Brother! Park, next to the baseball fields  Wt art optn Thurs. 4-8, Fri. 4*9,  Sat. noon-10 pm and Sun. t-S. For mort  into call 886-0496 during thut houra.  fteckwood Events - July 12-23: Summtr  Muaic Camp with Kartn Tigert $25, CaH for  Mails 885-2522.  Elphlnatone Plonotr Museum. 716  Winn Rd., tcrott from Pott Oltict,  Gibsons.  Dltpltya art constantly  chenglng. Whttlchair tccillibli.For  houra of opening or to book t tour: 686-  8232.  Ptndtr Harbour Atuttlo A Fltnttt  Ctntrt. The centre It ckated 'HI Sepl. 11.  Parenl-Tot Drop-It A Summtr  Adventuree -fr): Iht Ptrtnl-Tol Drop-In  in Stchtlt A Wilton Creek It closed tnd  will rt-optn tht lirat wttk of October.  Info: Kartn Scott, 886*8648 or  Community Stnictt, 885-5861.  Marathon Coordinator Eleanor Taylor  (604) 741-0094, FAX 753-2567 or wnle  Save Georgia Strait Alliance, 1201, 195  CommercialSt., Nanaimo, B.C. V9R 5G5.  Shlaliu Studtnl Clinic: Japanese  Acupressure is an energelic system ot  healing ���treat, pain relief A prevention ol  disease. Info: Marts. 883-2142. 30  MONDAYS  AA Women'e Qroup, 8:15 pm. Action  Ctntrt, Dolphin St. (acroaa from Poet  Office), 885-5660. 30  TUESDAYS  "Llvlns With Ctnetr" Support Group  mttta every other Tuteday, Kirkland  Centra, Davie Bay, 1 pm. Info 885-5861  Aug. 20*22, txptcta to attract hundrtde of  partlcaptntt to erott Qaorgii Strait under  human power. For tn Information pick-  ago, to regieter tt t ptrtlciptnt, in taoort  boat, aponaor or to VOLUNTEER, call  WEDNESDAYS  Sunthlnt Toaetmaelore meetings at  7:30 pm al Chatelech Seconder/, Room  115. Learn leidtrahlp, communication  and public speaking skills Everyone welcome  Story Tlma lor agta 3-5,10 am, Glbtont  A District Public Library, 464 S. Fletcher,  Gibeone. 886-2130. 30  THURSDAYS  SC't Wtlght Lot! Support Oroup  matte aflemoone 12:30-2:30pm, call 886-  2692, and tvtnlnge 6:30-8:00pm, call  886*7159, at Iho United Church,  Glaasford Rd., Gibaona.  AA Women'e Qroup, noon. Action  Centre, Dolphin St. (across from Post  Office). 865-5680. 30  SATURDAYS  Qlbaona A Dltlrltt Public Library  Children's Summer Raiding Club, 10 tm,  through Aug. 14. July 17: Local storyteller Margaret Jontt tells a tait or two.  July 24: Thtmt: Ocaana A lalanda.  Activitiee: Artitt Greta Guzek preeenta  htr new children's book. The Ferry Baal  Ms. Craft* - make your own animal pic-  tun using |uat your thumbprint. Aug. T:  Thtmt: Deeerte A Drylands. Activities:  Scott Fearnley bringa hia pel enake,  Becky, to vie*. Craft ��� make your own pat  enake. Aug. 14: Cloaing Party! Fun.  gamta, rtfmhmtntt, more prlit winners!  aM||Ba|feia||  m 18  Coast News, July 12, 1993  news  Arena takeover bid draws cool response from council  by Derek McNaughton  A homegrown consortium of  arena users has approached  Sechelt council, asking the districl to hand over control of the  rink. Yet town officials say the  group could be skating on thin  ice.  The contingent, composed of  hockey and figure skating clubs,  crowded a sweaty municipal hall  Wednesday night, seeking to  start the process of securing  ownership and operation of the  20-year-old rink.  "1 don't think they've really  thought it all oul," said Mayor  Nancy MacLarty. "There are  employees to think about - it's  not something you can try for  one year and then give back."  Town officials said the group  might be "a little optimistic." If  anything does happen, they say,  "it won't happen soon, and it  won't happen before ice season."  No meeting date between  council and the consortium has  been scheduled. At Wednesday's council meeting, John  Sperring, spokesperson for the  group, said members would like  '/ don't think they've  realty thought it  all out'  ���Nana.' MacLarty  to take control by the fall. But  before control or ownership can  pass, said officials, the group  must form a society, draft a constitution, outline an agreement  of how they intend to fund and  operate the rink. Then municipal  hall will take the question to  council for a decision.  "All things are possible," said  MacLarty, "but they won't happen fast. There's a lot of stuff to  consider."  And the requesl runs counter  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  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"There is nothing on this  God-forsaken earth that is failsafe. We do thc best we can  with Ihe technology we have."  The shutdown was discovered by a former SCRD  employee who found Ihe  "screw pumps" were not working when he entered the main  plant on Ebbtide Street to conduct tests.  Wilson added, "We need a  better alarm system." Councillors will likely discuss the issue  at their next meeting.  storm, he said, killed power lo  thc plant for ahout 20 minutes  and once electricity was  restored the pumps did not  Police reviewing new  evidence in Tibb case  New evidence may bring thc Sechell RCMP detachment one step  closer to closing thc investigation into thc murder of Harold R. Tibb,  86, thc Earl's Cove resident whose body was found near Tuwanek  May 26.  The new information in thc case has heen gathered from both the  communily and from forensic data, said Cpl. Bruce Haynes of Ihe  Sechell detachment.  Police have held discussions with Crown counsel into the matter  with no immediate results, said Haynes. He estimates the new evidence may take up to two weeks to process.  Haynes confirmed last week that police do have leads on al least  one suspect in the Tibb case, but so far no arrests have been made.  Cause of death has not been officially released. Tibb was last seen  alive in Sechelt May 10 at the Ship Ahoy Cafe on Cowrie Street.  Police discovered his body Iwo weeks after he was reported missing.  Tlie Stonehaven. Cathedral ceilings, panoramic windows. Absolutely stunning.  VICEROY OFFERS  TODAY'S BEST VALUE  IN FINE CUSTOM HOMES  If you plan to bund, Vicerory offers you the best  value for your money in fine custom homes.  Because we manufacture our own building  materials, (windows, doors, skylights, siding,  etc.) we can afford to put more quality features in  your home than any other source. Call us today  for more details.  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