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Array -Ua-t Building ^  Victoria B.ta. *���  Atten Rod Cardin     93.9  COAST^NEWS  SO cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  June 28,1993 Volume 47 Issue 26  Sechelt, south coast bands denounce fish plan  by Jane Seyd  Nearby fishing grounds are shaping  up to be the scene of conflict over aboriginal food fisheries.  Last week, the Sechelt Indian Band  was among nine other bands in the  south coast area which put the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) on  notice that terms of recent communal  food fish licenses issued are unacceptable.  And rather than comply with those  terms, the bands said they will be send  ing 20 large seiners into Johnstone  Strait - possibly before the commercial  fishing season opens - to take out food  fish for their members.  For the Sechelt band, councillors  said they are anticipating a catch of  20,000 food fish to be shared among  about 1,000 band members - over four  times the 4,500 salmon offered under a  communal licence from the fisheries  department.  "We have a right to food fish," said  Sechelt chief Garry Feschuk in making  the announcement. "We don't want  DFO to tell us how many fish we can  eat."  Councillors said the figure of 4.5  salmon per person let by the department was both unrealistic and insulting.  "A sports fisherman catches that  every day," said band councillor Calvin  Craigan.  "Other bands have been offered similar or less.  "We will tell them what our realistic  requirements are;" said Craigan,  adding, "whether we take 4,300 or  45,000" would depend on both the size  of the runs and the needs of the band.  According to the agreement signed  by the bands in Comox June 15, south  coast native groups ha**e rejected the  idea of communal licensing for food  fish and have pledged to help each  other fish for "food, social, and ceremonial" purposes.  In addition to concern over low allocations of fish, bands are also upset at  restrictions about where they can take  salmon.  Patrick Chamut, regional fisheries  director in Vancouver, said he will meet  with the bands next week to discuss  concerns over food fishing.  But he added the department muit  have final control over die fishery.  "If we don't have a good handle on  how many (fish) are being taken out  there might not be enough when the  salmon reach the spawning grounds,"  he said.  turn to page 2  Caren research  continues while  forest plan looms  by Jane Seyd  A plan detailing logging versus preservation in the Caren  Range is set to be released in  "thc near future," says district  forest manager Greg Hemphill.  But so far, Ihe Forest Service  won't say what's likely to be in  thc plan or when thc  public will get to see       it. Next month it will  be exactly one year     Everybody S  since Ihe Ministry of o0f a tot of bad  Forests released thc     ...  things to say  plan for an original  "forest ecology network" of 555  hectares in Ihe Caren,  including about 250        hectares of old-  growth forest.  Not everyone, wan happy with  thai. In particular, thc Friends of  Caren criticized the plan for not  including more of thc old growth  in a set aside area.  Since lasl summer, said  Hemphill, public comments  from the first viewing have  been used to change thc plan for  thc Caren. "There were a lot of  issues brought forward," he said,  including concerns ahout hydrology of the area - which has been  previously subject to slides and  flooding - and habitat for thc  endangered marbled murrelet,  which has been found nesting in  areas of Ihe Caren.  Hemphill said an updated  plan is now being sent to lhe  Protected Areas Strategy as a  form of "internal review" by Ihe  ministry. He said Ihe Forest Service does not anticipate making  further major changes to thc  Caren plan after its release to the  about this plan'  -(ireg Hemphill  public: "Whal we're assuming is  the (new) plan will address a  large number of concerns."  Hemphill said the ministry  has been involved in "on-going  discussion" with Friends of  Caren in developing the plan.  But Paul Jones, president of  Ihe environmental  group, disagreed: "It  hasn't involved us at  all," he said. Jones  said the group asked  the Forest Service to  make  public   the  comments received  from   last   year's  forum on Ihe Caren,      but they have not  been forthcoming.  "It's been suppressed," he said.  - Recently tiw gioupawmle lo  thc chief forester in Victoria,  hoping to get greater forest  preservation considered for thc  Caren. But Hemphill says people  should hold their criticism until  after they see the new plan:  "Everybody's got a lol of bad  Ihings to say about this plan bul  it hasn't even been released yet,"  he commented.  In thc meantime, Jones and  another member of the environmental group, John Field, arc  conducting studies of marbled  murrelets in the area, expected to  lasl through to August.  The studies involve being in  place by 4:30 am, said Jones, in  order to watch the murrelet  activity which peaks jusl before  sunrise. So far, "we're finding  Ihings we haven't seen in the  last two years," he said, including evidence of breeding and  nesting.  A Persian Love Song To My Brother by Tricia Lee and Michael Robinson with Mickie Hale and  Jessica Shoemaker, one of 13 presentations by the Coast Dance Theatre School in performance  at the Raven's Cry Theatre June 19. Year-end recitals were also held this month at the Sunshine  Coast Dance Society and Coast Academy of Dance and Fine Arts. Joel Johnstone pholo  Wilson negotiates about face on Tatshenshini  by Derek McNaughton  Political winds blow in thc strangest of  ways. And around thc Tatshenshini,  they're blowing hot.  While accolades from around lhe  world befell Premier Mike Harcourt and  his NOP cabinet for preserving Ihe Tatshenshini wilderness area, Sunshine Coasl  MLA and Liberal leuder Gordon Wilson  said Thursday lhe million hectare sile  could have been both a park and a copper  mine - even though in a IWO pre-election  campaign statement he promised to "protect lhe BC portion of the Tatshenshini  River as a provincial or national park."  Wilson said "Il may have mcanl a  smaller scale, wc still need the walcrshcd  prolcctcd, bul you could have had nn  operational mine."  If thc leaehate problem - lhe acidic,  heavy metal drainage which frequently  occurs after mining - was contained, und  Ihe piiysicul impact reduced, a copper  mine could have been built, he said.  Wilson added lhal some parks, though  not those designated Class A, could be  used for bolh conservation and industry,  citing Strathcona as an example.  However, Canadian Parks and Wilderness director George Smith said Wilson is  flat oul wrong lo say the Tatshenshini  could support a mine and a park, and he  accused Wilson of serving those political  waves which afford thc greatest publicity.  "There is no solution lo the acid mine  draining problem - he should know Ihis,"  said Smith. If Wilson looked at the independent studies and the Commision on  Resources and Environment report, said  Smith, "thc choice was lo make the park  or not. Essentially there was no way you  could do both."  Smith said he questioned the local  MLA's motives, saying: "Mr. Wilson previously came oul in support of Ihe Tat.  It's easy to simply attack lhe governmenl,  but it's important lo understand thc Liberals have been saying Iwo Ihings."  Inside  14  $  WmW w J   &e^^^r*B aJ^^^j^eV    Wm_f  imkeim   Mf*-t3  13  Reg and Lynne Dickson and  friends play music fur people  gathered at the Blue Heron  Inn Tuesday for a Cystic  Fibrosis awards dinner.  The Dicksons played songs  from Walk in Ihe Wind, a  compact disc recorded  through donated time whose  proceeds will benefit CF.  Looking on is local CF  president Elva Dinn and  manager Illana Holloway.  Derek McNaughton pholo  Coast  making  strides  en route  to health  overhaul  by Derek McNaughton  A fundamental change in the  way health care is administered  on the Sunshine Coast - and  every other community in BC -  is slowly evolving from theory  to practice. Essentially, the goal  is to give locals more control  over how they receive care.  "Communities are saying: 'We  want a say,' and they want to  manage their own services closer to home," said Ministry of  Health assistant Paul Becklake  at a forum held Wednesday at  the Seniors Activity Centre.  More than W people at the  meeting, compo. d of doctors,  nurses, caregivers and interested  members of the public, elected  10 people to be a steering committee. These folk will assess  some of the health needs in the  district and eventually choose  the people to sit on the Coast's  "community health council."  These councils, claims  Health Minister Elizabeth Cull,  will help to better spend the billions of dollars which each year  fall into BC's enormous medical web. This, she says, will  "empower the community."  The steering committee does  not include representation from  every district, nor can it boast  an equal balance of men and  women. Some of the people are  already involved with health  care, some are not.  Once the council is established, sometime before 19%, it  will make decisions on where lo  spend millions of health care  dollars; yet the people on the  council are still responsible to a  'regional health care board,'  which is in turn accountable to  the Ministry of Health. The  MOH, however, still retains  ultimate control. Picture a triple  decker bus.  Critics say lhe process - the  councils - are undemocratic,  llie council will consist of Ihree  elected people from Ihe public;  Ihree more will be elected bul  they will already sil in appointed positions, such as a school  trustee; and Ihree people will he  appointed by the ministry. Critics say this structure is loo  closed.  Still others ask why bother  changing a heallh care system  regarded by millions as one of  the best in the world? Why, they  say, "fix it if it ain't broke?"  Because, according to BC's  Royal Commission on Health  Care and Costs, Ihe health care  engine needs a new sel of rings.  It may not be sputtering now,  but health care soon might, the  commission says, if the  province continues to cruise  haplessly along in an aging  health bus. Call it preventative  maintenance. "There is enough  money in the health care system  now, but il's distributed  inequitably," says Becklake.  turn to page 2 Coast News, June 28, 1993  Open House  Reform Party Offices  opening July 1  at Wharf & Cowrie Streets  (the old Stedman's Bldg)  Come meet John Duncan  & visit our new office  REFORM R  Autlwrized by Jeen Souler, OHeiel Agent tor John Duncan  s  Y^MC A Summer Day Camp  Four and five day camps for boys and girls ages 6 to  13.  With games, special events, swimming, fishing, crafts,  overnight camp outs and age appropriate instruction  in    sailing,    canoeing,    kayaking,    rowboating,  sailboarding, tennis, archery and orienteering.  Return transportation leaves Sechelt at 8:15 a.m. and  returns at 5 p.m. with stops along Highway 101,  Roberts Creek and Gibsons.  Lunch is included each day and meals are provided  on campouts.  A brochure with dates, fees and an application form is  available at 1760 YMCA Road, Langdale or by mail  fK>m    YMCA CAMP ELPHINSTONE  440 Hendry Ave.,  North Vancouver, V7L 4C5  Tel. 251-1116 or fax 986-0592  "A Place to learn and a Place to Grow"  Creek association boycotts LRUP  by Darah Hansen  Frustrated by what they feel is simply an  empty process, Ihe members of thc Roberts  Creek Community Association voted  Wednesday to boycott their seat al Ihe Mt  Elphinstone Local Resource Use Plan  (LRUP) table.  "Il's a one way street," said association  representative to Ihe LRUP, Mike Allegretti,  of his group's reasons for leaving.  "The (Ministry of Forests) has taken Ihe  vehicle and is driving il straight on. We've  never had a chance to do anything."  The association's voice of dissent  towards thc LRUP process al Ml. Elphinslone adds chorus lo that of another communily group, Concerned Coast Residents,  which voted lo leave thc LRUP lasl week.  Both groups cited disapproval for the  direction the talks have taken since they first  met in 1992.  'I've been saying for a long  time that tbe LRUP process  is not a good one'  -George Smith  Thc Forest Service has concentrated discussion only on a proposed silvicullural  experiment scheduled for the district and has  ignored what the community groups feel is  thc very purpose of the LRUP - formulating  a holistic plan for forest use.  Bolh groups expressed their concerns this  way: "We feel that we are being asked to pul  the carl before the horse."  Allegretti and CCR representative, Donna  Shugar, say their groups will come back to  the LRUP table only when the Forest Service agrees to discuss an overall plan for the  Mt. Elphinstone forest.  Meanwhile, they say they will continue to  express their opinions outside the LRUP  process.  George Smith, member of the Tetrahedron LRUP, said he understands the frustrations the community groups are feeling. "I  just hope the Ministry of Forests gets the  message.  "I've been saying for a long time that thc  LRUP process is not a good one, but it's lhe  only one we have."  Huddlestan snatches Liberal nomination  by Derek McNaughton  Much like lhe mosquitoes  this year, local politicians will  soon he buzzing about brightly  III doorsteps of thc Coast as  North Island Powell River riding candidates seek out voters.  Though not all parties arc  ready lo fly.  Area Grits cheered Port  Hardy Mayor Al Huddlestan  inio lhe candidacy chair last  weekend, defeating rival Joyce  Carlson by a nail-biting 47  votes. i,  Huddlestan said he would  stroll through Sechell and Gibsons in about two weeks and  was unafraid of the Iwo newest  players on thc political field -  lhe National Parly and thc  Reformers.  They "don'l have much of a  hope in making a  dent," he suggested.   ������**~"~���  The National  Parly, however, is  banking on that  uninsured attitude.  Headed        by  Edmonton publisher Mcl Hurtig, thc    ���    ���������  Nationals are a left-  leaning camp with strong views  on the environment and education who will upon winning thc  election, they say, scrap thc  No conservative  candidates have  officially  declared yet  Agreement.  Canadians, claims Hurtig, are  not ready for the radicalism of  the Bloc Quebecois or the conservatism of Pre-       ston   Manning's  Reform party.  Nationals, said  local riding president Martin Annabel, plan to stoke  Ihe fires of political  discontent and win  a good number of  seals in this year's federal election.  No candidates have been  selected.  North American Free Trade Yet Reform party hopeful  John Duncan predicts the race  for an Ottawa seat will be  between himself and long-time  NDP incumbent Ray Skelly,  who has said he feels "challenged" by this year's line up of  contenders.  Those wanting to wave the  blue and white banners of the  Conservative party will have a  chance July 24 and 25 when the  PCs rev up the bus for a "traveling ballot box candidate selection meeting."  No conservative candidates  have officially declared yet, and  the riding association has  refused to release names of  hopefuls.  *  Sunnycrest  MALL  *  PRESENTS  the GREAT CANA?^  10 Days of Super Savings!  Celebrate  SUNNYCREST MALL  1/2 hour introductory art session  for children 5*13, noon-3pm  FUN SUMMER ART SCHOOL Presented by Sunshine Art Sludio  HIGHWAY 101 - limit GIBSONS  Health council will oversee change  from page 1  "We're putting so much in,  but we're not seeing so much  come out."  Health care costs, he says,  "can't keep going up 10 per cent  a year."  But more importantly, how  will patients or people who get  sick feel the change? How will  they be affected?  Some won't. Core services  such as ambulance, mental  health, continuing care and alcohol and drug counselling will  not be altered.  When a leg or nose is broken,  people will still get all the care  needed at their hospital, said  Becklake. "There is no answer"  to exactly what will change, he  said. "How [change! will be  done is up to the council."  Change, of course, does not  come without its own set of  costs. And the cost will be more  than fiscal.  About 4,800 jobs across the  province will be moved from  hospitals - where the daily cost  of a bed hovers around $500 - to  a yet undetermined place in the  community. Health care workers  .are worried their seniority, pay  and benefits will be lost with the  shift.  BC's three health care  unions, although agreed the  transformation is a good thing,  demand the province sign an  employment security agreement.  "Health care reform is not going  to happen if we don't have job  security," said Maureen Whelan,  Health Sciences Association  director.  And entire streams of middle  management jobs are slated to  disappear under Cull's New  Directions plan, said Becklake.  While some call this just  another layer of bureaucracy.  Cull calls it "local decision mak-  . ing."  The minister introduced a bill  last week which gives health  councils "the power to develop  local heallh plans and to coordinate health services in their  communities."  T.tnk Pumninci  '���   Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064      j  Potential food fish  sales concern Fisheries  from page 1  This year is the first that  actual numbers have been set  for the food fishery - now a  source of disagreement between  native groups and DFO.  In discussions with the  Sechelt, said Chamut, "the initial position put forward (by the  band) indicated a large appetite  for fish - that would be the  kindest way to put it."  "In some cases the demands  far exceeded a reasonable  expectation of what would be  ��  ml    TOWN OF GIBSONS  -V   BUILDING INSPECTOR  Qlbsons requires a replacement lor our present Building Inspector  who is retiring. Wa are seeking a person who can meet tha  challenge ol maintaining high standards during ths rapid growth our  community Is experiencing.  The successful candidate will carry out ths building snd plumbing  inspection and buslnsss licencing functions. Duties Include reviewing  plans and applications lor construction ol buildings; issuing permits  and licences; reviewing construction In progress to ensure  conformance with the B.C. Building Code and Town bylaws;  Investigating and responding to building, licencing and zoning bylaw  Infractions; dealing with property owners and tha general public In  response to enquiries; liaising with builders, architects, professional  engineers and Town staff; maintaining records and preparing reports  as required.  The position requires considerable knowledge ol all types ol building  construction, materials and methods, and of the B.C. Building Code;  skill in plan checking; ability to read and Interpret plans,  specifications and other data, and to compare them with construction  in progress; strong understanding of and ability to apply zoning and  development bylaws; good communication skills.  The preferred applicant will have a minimum ol Ave years ol building  inspection experience; thorough knowledge of the B.C. Building  Code (1992); a minimum of a Building Inspector's Association Level  1 Certificate. A valid B.C. driver's license is required.  This Is an exempt position with salary and benefits commensurate  with experience and qualifications. Applicants should submit a  resume by 4:30 p.m. Friday, July 10,1993 to:  Dan Legg, C.Q.A., Mministrator  Town of Qlbaona, P.O. Box 340  Qlbaona, B.C., VON 1V0  Telephone: 000-2274   Fax: 0009735  needed for food," he said.  Asked if the department was  concerned those fish would then  be sold commercially, Chamut  said, "that would be a logical  conclusion to reach."  While most local fishermen  had already left for the fishing  grounds last week, a spokesman  for Ihe Fisheries Survival Coalition in Vancouver said he had  not heard about the food fishing  plan by the bands.  "If it's just plain ordinary  food fishing, we don't have any  problem with it," said Phillip  Eidsvik. "But if it's food fish  for sale, it's a whole different  story."  A meeting between Chamut  and the south coast bands will  be held June 29 in Comox.  Said Sechell band councillor  Wesley Jeffries: "Forming an  alliance wilh our neighbouring  bands, I believe our voice will  be heard."  W Brenda's ^B  F Cuts'n'Curls ^  Everyday Low Prices  For Seniors  ��� Perms $45  includes cut, roller set  or curling iron  ��� Shampoo  & Set $12  ��� Cuts $10  Mei+AlUik  CUe*t3LeSlMaf  886 4805 Coast News, June 28, 1993  Trustees considering condom options  by Darah Hansen  Sunshine Coast school  trustees have a big decision to  make before pulling Ihe rubber  stamp to a policy thai would see  condom machines installed in  high school washrooms.  That's according to district  superintendent Clifford Smith,  who advised trustees at Tuesday's board meeting to hold off  making a decision on the issue  unlil September when the board  reconvenes.  Smith said lhe issue requires  further contemplation because it  could become a controversial  issue in the communily.  Already strong opinions have  been expressed lo the board on  both sides of lhe debate.  Smith indicated many of the  letters sent hy parents and  guardians to thc board have said  they don't want condom  machines pul into high school  washrooms.  Parents say Ihe move might  been seen as a green light to students considering becoming sexually active. Others write: "Not  all things that our children may  desire arc in their best interest."  Still others consider il the  board's responsibility to actively  deter teenage sexual activity in  thc same manner il does drinking and smoking.  But Dr. Paul Martiquet, dis  trict medical officer, said the  medical community condones  such a policy.  "Regardless of whether or  not they have condoms, we  know kids, students, are having  sex."  In light of that reality, Martiquet said condoms are the best  method known - short of absten  tion from sex - to protect against  the transmission of sexually  transmitted diseases and the  AIDS virus.  Martiquet said there are  known cases of AIDS patients  on the Coast, adding three new  cases were diagnosed this year  alone. And, according to 1992  medical records, approximately  30 people on the Coast are  thought to carry HIV - the virus  associated wilh AIDS - and are  capable of transmitting AIDS.  Statistics from the same year  show lhal the fastest growing  new group of HIV infection is  now among teenagers between  the ages of 14 and 21.  Meanwhile the board has  been issued several options to  consider:  ��� that lhe board not have a  policy on condom machines in  the schools but allow the principal of each secondary school, in  consultation wilh the parents  and student councils, to decide  what is best for their won situation;  ��� lhal lhe board have a policy  which slates that thc decision to  have condom machines in the  washrooms of the secondary  schools be at the discretion of  the school principal, in consultation with parents and students  councils;  ��� lhat Ihe board not have a  policy, but arrange to have condom machines installed in the  washrooms of each of the district's secondary schools;  ��� that the board have a policy  that states that no condom  machines will be installed bul  that students will continue to be  instructed in the use of condoms  as a measure for safer sex.  "It's that time  again folks!"  FARMERS  MARKET  STARTS  JULY4TH  ...and every Sunday  throughout summer  10am-3pm  ��� local produce  ��� crafts ��� honey  ��� much more  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd,  _,.._   Piatl Rel. Gibsons 886-7r>?/   I  ��������-������-**     Mon   ��� Snt. 9 - b:30   Sun. 10-1  REaCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  Condoms in school pose legal dilemma  by Darah Hansen  ' "If condom machines were installed in  schools, and a sludcnl using a defective  product contracted AIDS, would the board  be held responsible?"  That's a legal dilemma facing the school  board in its decision on whether to place  condom machines in district high school  washrooms.  And according to lawyer Michael Welsh,  thc potential of a student taking legal action  against thc board does exist.  "There's some possibility - depending on  ,   how (Ihe board) set il up and how the defect  ./���firp^'.Ws1* sfid in �����,wftp,fewMrw��lfi.,  ��� \r.ra noiaioab \h-i���   ,i  indicating the advice was not formally  researched.  Welsh said he knew of no cases where  legal action had been taken in Canada as a  result of a defective condom, but said it  seemed likely the manufacturer, not the  school board, would be liable for their own  product.  He added, the school board could be held  liable if it could be shown the defect arose  from improper maintenance of the dispensing machine.  But the possibility for suing increases if  the condoms are sold, Welsh said. Under the  Salp of Goods Act, a provincial statute, strict  liability is placed on the seller of the defective product.  But should that occur, Welsh said, the  school board could then potentially sue the  manufacturer.  "I guess the bottom line is, there is some  risk but there may be ways to minimize that  risk," he said.  Other school districts in BC which have a  policy in place for the sale of condoms in  high schools eliminate the risk of suing  under the Sale of Goods Act by contracting  toa company which deals directly in the sale  of condoms and the maintenance of the dis  pensers. .  LANDSCAPING    LTD.  PROTECT YOUR LAWN & GARDEN  WITH AN  UNDERGROUND SPRINKLER SYSTEM  ��� Guaranteed Systems i  ��� Certified Design*  Quality Installation  'Certified as Irrigation  Design Specialist  through BCIT  'Prolessional Design 8, Installation'  Commercial & Residential  John Spance  Stuart Frlzzell  885-5954  "We make your landscape picture perfect!  Student majority favours  condom machine plan  by Darah Hansen  "People don't want to believe  that their kids are having sex but  lhe point is, they are, for whatever reason."  That's the message students  al Chatelech Secondary have  been trying to gel across to their  school board for the past two  years in an effort to lobby for  the installation of condom  machines in districl high school  washrooms.  And according to Ihe results  of a survey conducted at the  school this year, it appears the  students are speaking the naked  truth.  The survey - answered by  42S Chatelech students of a possible 451 - indicates that by the  age of 18, 66 per cent of male  and 1(K) per cent of female students have had sexual intercourse.  Of the total population of the  school, spanning ages 13 lo 18,  44.2 per cenl said Ihey have had  sexual intercourse. Of those,  half, or 51,5 per cent, said condoms were used.  According lo thc same survey, 89.4 per cent of students  arc in favour of having condom  machines installed al thc school.  This year's survey was the  second to be conducted at Chatelech since Ihe issue was raised  by the student council in the  1991/92 school year.  Lasl year's results also  showed overwhelming support  for Ihe installation of the condom machines. Supporters cited  as their concerns unwanted  pregnancies, sexually transmitted diseases, and especially  AIDS - which they are afraid  may already be affecting people  in the student population.  The 10 per cent who said  they didn't want machines in  Chatelech did so for religious  reasons, or said they were afraid  students would be immature  about the condoms, or that they  might promote sexual activity to  teens.  &./.*���-!  %*JSm%ler*  LOCALLY MADE,  QUALITY CLOTHING  FOR KIDS  ��� 100% COTTON*  SIZES 9 MONTHS - 6  TO VIEW  885-3707  ROBERTS CREEK  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  ol Optometrists  Gibsons Medical Dental Centre    .     ,     Otlice Houn  815 Sunshine Coasl Highway  __ TuesQ^-FiWay 9 am lo 5 p.m.  RR*2 S2 C73 Alterrvatlng Saturdays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Gibsons, BC Me-7211  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  WORK!  #C      Septic System  ��� Sketch a map of your yard, showing  the sewage line, seplic tank, and  drainage Held for future reference.  ��� Pump a septic tank regularly.  ��� Use chemical drain cleaners, toilet  bowl cleaners, or bleach sparingly to  avoid destroying tank's bacterial  action.  ��� Use white, non-fluffy toilet  tissue.  ��� Mix 1/2 pound of brewer's  yeast in  warm water, and flush down  toilet every 6 months to  hasten i*tecomposltion.  This Information Series Presented by:  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES LTD.  Septic Tank Pumping Services serving Gibsons.  Sechelt, Pender Harbour areas.  886-7064 (collect)  f 4__^i0  All regular priced merchandise  2 DAYS ONLY  jt      July 2nd &M  ]________Fivition Centre nf  FITTING FASHIONS FOR LADIES Trail Bay Mall, Sechalt Coast News, June 28, 1993  Community  forestry dying  from neglect  Efforts by residents of Roberts Creek to influence  forestry decisions in their backyard have attracted the  interest of academics at Simon Fraser University as a  model for more community-based forest practice.  Under the name Concerned Coast Residents, residents'  demands for selective logging and alternative forestry in  the Mount Elphinstone district came to a head at a community meeting that drew more than 200 people to  Roberts Creek Hall in February 1991.  At that meeting, residents presented the Forest Service  with a comprehensive. 43-page brief promoting alternatives to clearcut logging.  The Ministry of Forests has never responded to the  brief. Instead, then district manager Barry Mountain  promptly announced that the ministry would revive the  Mount Elphinstone Local Resource Use Plan (LRUP),  which had been in limbo since 1988. Mountain also indicated that plans were brewing for experimental forestry  projects in the Mount Elphinstone area.  It took more than a year for the ministry to proceed  with reviving the LRUP, under the direction of Brian  Hawrys, and a further year still before details of the  experimental projects were confirmed.  Recently, the Coast News reported that clearcutting  was among the alternatives that will be part of the 'experiment.'  The LRUP process is, in theory, a good idea. Invite a  broad spectrum of the community to evaluate the various  forest values on Crown land and make recommendations.  While effort and commitment to the Tetrahedron LRUP  has remained, an arduous process has dragged on for  nearly three years without conclusion.  In contrast, the Mount Elphinstone LRUP has paid  only lip service to community consultation and forged on  with business as usual. LRUP members, for example,  were never given the opportunity to comment on last  year's Small Business Enterprise Program plans before  they were posted for public review.  And the LRUP process itself has failed to focus on  five-year planning for Mount Elphinstone and has instead  been subverted to review the research projects.  So it's little wonder that participants are now abandoning the LRUP process in frustration. A similar situation  occurred in the discussions over Clayoquot Sound and  the results were evident in the government's decision.  If the Ministry of Forests is interested in regaining  credibility as the department responsible for looking after  the public interest in the stewardship of Crown lands it  will need a significant shift in attitude toward the worthwhile processes of community consultation that have  been mobilized in recent years.  Cooperation diminishes rapidly in the face of the farcical approach being demonstrated in the Mount Elphinstone LRUP.  Is the LRUP to be a mere tool to wear down the vigilance of those who hold the view that there are other,  more responsible, community driven and economically  productive ways to harvest trees from public land than  those pursued under the almighty tree farm licence?  Far from burning people out, those attitudes will only  engender yet more confrontation in the woods, something  we have seen too much of already in BC.  Support protection  for Caren Range  My point of view about the  old-growth timber that is left  standing on the summit of the  Caren Range, which is in the  perimeters of the Sechelt Peninsula.  The Sechelt Peninsula geographically consists of 180  square miles, which has been  logged off in many ways, but  mostly clear cut, and only three  square miles of old growth is  left still standing on the whole  of the peninsula.  This remaining stand is  unique. It's been discovered by  two biologists thai the oldest  known cypress tree in Canada is  up there in the Caren Range.  They brought in other professional people that are in the field  of establishing the age of these  trees. They counted the rings on  Ihis tree with a microscope and  discovered that the tree was  almost 1,800 years old, with a  little rot in the middle not  accounted for. This means that  the tree started growing 200,  years after Jesus Christ was here  on Earth, and it also means that  it would take that long for a forest like this to re-establish itself.  That's a very long time.  The Caren Range is also the  habitat of many birds and animals. This situation gives the  amazing Marbled Murrelets a  chance to survive and reproduce. These two biologists saw  these birds nesting there in the  Caren Range. The amazing status of these birds is they are salt  water marine fowl and these  birds are nesting up there in the  mountains 3,700 feet high.  That's a long flight to feed these  young ones two or more times a  day flying back and forth with  feed in their beaks. If this kind  of habitat goes, the Marbled  Murrelet ("Spipiyus" in our  Sechelt native dialect) will  almost surely be gone as well.  It's already on the BC list of  endangered birds.  I see the three square miles  of standing forest as a tourist  attraction. The BC Hydro has a  powerline cutting across the  mountain not too far from the  summit, so the road will be  maintained passable.  The reason I'm apprising all  of you is to request your support  to maintain the last there is of  the old-growth forest to be  mainlained and not to be logged  off ever. The Friends of Caren,  an organization of volunteers  trying to save those trees,  believes they are in imminent  danger of being logged off this  summer. It's urgent. Please  write to Premier Mike Harcourt,  Provincial Legislature, Victoria,  BC, Canada. V8V 1X4 and ask  him to save these three square  miles of forest.  _  GILBERT JOE  Sechelt Indian  band elder  Marina comments  disputed  I would like to bring to your  attention an error which  appeared in reporter Derek  McNaughton's front page piece  headlined Angry letters blast  marina project, which appeared  in tbe June 21 issue of die Coast  News.  The report mistakenly suites,  - "As work crews begin clearing  land around the proposed marina development..." - when in  fact land clearing on this project  began some 10 weeks ago.  It should also be noted that,  in Ms April 14 letter widely circulated to the press, the Chair of  the Marina Task Force, Mr.  Bemi Claus, suited that" ... Our  site visits revealed considerable  land clearing, construction and  development in the upland  areas, prior to an environmenlal  review ... Unfortunately, some  of this land clearing close to the  shoreline limits available, and  perhaps innovative options for  environmental mitigation or  compensation."       ���  In the same article, Art  McGinnis, owner of Panorama  aat^aaaaaa^aaaaaataaaaaSaaSaSS   aSUUaA&ftJaaSaaaaaaSaaaJk  JvfiofS HrWCOOW  We welcome letters to the editor on matters ot public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  TheEdltor  Sunahlne Coatt Ntws  Box 460  Qlbaona, B.C.  V0N1V0  Construction Ltd., and developer for the project, is reported to  scoff at claims of destroying  heron roosts on the site. Yet,  despite assurances from McGin-  nis's environmental consultant  to our association's members on  March 10, that the five know  heron roosts would be preserved, they were cut down  shortly thereafter.  McGinnis also claims that his  company has done an excellent  job of preserving a wooded  habitat for the birds.  However, on a walkabout of  the Mission Creek portion of the  site (which is scheduled to be  surrounded by townhouses, and  where the heron roosts were  located) with members of the  Marina Task Force on May 19,  it was noted that in several areas  the minimum 15 metre no cutting buffer guideline suggested  on urban land development projects had not been adhered to.  In fact, sound trees of over  two and a half feet in diameter  were felled directly adjacent to  the creek - exposing and thereby.  destroying possible bird nesting  habitat nearby. ,,i   .,,,,  As to McGinnis alluding to  the many letters sent by concerned citizens, community  associations and government  bodies to the Task Force in  opposition to the marina as"... a  bunch of crap," I would like to  point out that the only crap the  citizens of the Sunshine Coast  have to fear is that to be found  emanating from the marina  should the proposal be allowed  to proceed.  CLAUDE BOISVERT  Wilson Creek estuary  committee  Selma Park Ratepayers'  Association  Has the time come for us to invent 'Democranomics?  I have been moved to invent a word, a radical  departure for a writer who is, in matters syntactical, fiercely conservative. I apologize.  I have been driven to this extreme by the  debasement of usages current on tbe central conundrum of our time, tbe challenge of organizing society in pursuit of the ancient and unattained goals of  social justice and harmony.  The word 'socialism', purloined in this century  by the Communists and the Nazis, is everywhere  discredited; the lovely term 'conservative' now  serves a radical faction of looters and exploiters  and has come to mean the antithesis of conservatism; the classical term 'liberalism', which  inspired the 19th century, has come to represent a  confusion of purposeless compromise with no clear  end in view.  The grand old word 'democracy' itself has  been stolen by the same exploiters and destroyers  who made off with 'conservative'. Today it seems  to mean the right of giant multi-national businesses  to do pretty much whatever they choose wherever  they choose to do it with no concern for any social  contract or the well being of any except the small  band of brigands who are the executives and that  small portion of the world community who as  shareholders get some share in the international  looting.  As language hucksters work their evil magic on  our tools of understanding, democracy becomes  musings  John burnside  synonymous with a 'free market system'. To question conventional economic wisdom is to be suspect; even to observe mildly that it really doesn't  seem to be benefitting very many people is to risk  being declared undemocratic.  Then there is that catch-basin of charlatanry  and roguery: economics. It is a half century since  George Bernard Shaw observed: "If all the  economists in the world were laid end to end they  still wouldn't reach a conclusion."  Today they are at their discordant business still,  drawing fat salaries for committing untold millions  of words of incomprehensible gobbledygook on  the pages of the world; befuddling the populace,  beclouding the issues, debasing the language till all  is a nightmare sea of dark confusion.  Enough, enough. To enumerate our confusions  is to risk drowning in them.  I mned to come out of a washroom a few days  ago and there was a plaque on tbe door that caught  my eye: "The Golden Rule," it said. "He who has  the gold makes the niles." 'Tis true, 'tis tme, my  friends.  In country after country all over the world,  national governments go cap in hand to the International Monetary Fund for the capital which is  now the lifeblood of economies. To get it, they  must bow the knee at the holy altar of free market  economics. They are powerless to oppose it.  Not only does democracy have the usual thicket of incompetents and rogues in frantic pursuit of  power and its rewards, but even when governments  are moved by the suffering of their people their  freedom to act is curtailed by their need for capital.  Few are the hands which control that.  Countries like Cuba and Nicaragua, which have  made immense stride* in education and heallh care,  now watch their gains being lost as their governments endure the wrath of the international monetarists. Stories such as the sale of children by desperate parents in Third World countries have taken  a new and savage twist with tales of children being  kidnapped and killed to provide organ transplants  for the rich.  These modein savageries and the ancient pestilences of famine and disease are spreading  throughout the world. Free market economics  seems unaware of the problems, let alone proposing solutions.  Tune magazine has long been a cheerleader for  the monetarists. Their front cover not long ago  asked: "What happened to Maggie Thatcher's miracle?" What, indeed? What happened to Ronald  Reagan's miracle, for that matter? Does Time magazine know?  Look, folks, it is not as if unfettered free market economics hasn't been tried. It has been. For  ISO years before the Second World War 19th century Britain, the richest country with the vastest  empire in the world, was a sink of disease, misery,  illiteracy and destitution for 90 per cent of its population. Free market economics at work - wealth  created but not distributed.  Our idea of economics is a wasteful and cruel  futility; the ancient term 'democracy' has become  a perverted handmaiden of those who would  despoil and loot the world  So we need 'democranomics', a system to be  judged solely on its ability to provide the greatest  good to the greatest number sustainable on the  planet.  And soon, for the current tragic and greedy folly  is being played out on a fragile biosphere in the  infinity of empty space which cannot long sustain  our current massive ineptitude.  By the end of this centuiy people will be dying  horrible wasting deaths in numbers never seen  before unless we challenge the economic orthodoxy which controls our governments and supplants our deeper faiths.  COAST5, NEWS  iu-Krtftion lam tor  the Coaal Nam ar Hit Weekender.  Canada! 1 year ��� $35 t $2.45 CST - $37.45  6 month. ��� $20* $1.40 CST-$21 40  roreitn: 1 year ��� $40 (No CST,  Reg. No. 4702  The Sunshine Coait News ii published on  the Sunshine Coast, B.C. every Monday by  aaohrifrmM.  aiMmom~.S37t_mke__m  Box 4M, cibsons, I.C, VON IVO  (604) 886-2622, Fax (604) 8*6-7725  SrchmltOrtk.-5S2IC<mritSl  Box 68 Sechelt, B.C., VON 3A0  (604) 885-3930, Editorial (604) 885-3980,  Fax (604) 885-3954  ���at Tries  Bin Room, aWiene Certyile-amali,  Uni Shaaa, Janice EdmosiaSa  OMoetlaneger   Aairae Ttsoaneen  *su�� Forrester, rlener*loee  enter ChaneeHavt  fteporMn      Stuart Bumaalee. 0  Javse Seyd, Derek  ptMognfMr Joel Jaaraneuse  Production  Cathy Meek  *&'  MeeTevteh,  YovecommMmYt AWMtD-WINMNC  The Sunshine Coast News is protected by copyright  and reproduction ol any part of It by any meant is  prohibited unless permission in writing It first secured  from Clastford Press Ltd., holder of the copyright Coast News, June 28, 1993  ���I  Analysing fame today: dumb stuff  A couple of friends have  about 12 acres along Langdale  way, with a few peach trees, a  few plums, about SO chickens,  two horses, two pigs, about nine  barn cats, a house dog, a goat  and now there is a two-year-old  son called Nicholas.  Nicholas is a sturdy and  active lad who gives out a clear,  straight and often, I swear,  amused look. These days in a  quite fascinating way, he is  making his way into the language. He does this in an essentially forthright way and there  are no tentative question marks  at the end of anything he says,  as there are regrettably with  many of us including CBC radio  hosts.  Nicholas, though his vocabulary is just beginning, handles  what he's got with confidence.  He has even recognizably the  beginnings of a style of his own,  not copied from anything he  hears anyone else say. In a firm,  uncompromising kind of a way  he emphasizes the word at the  end of the phrase as in garbage  CAN, garden RAKE, book  CASE, etc. Currently a favourite  expression is dumb STUFF.  I was sitting on their porch  the other Sunday evening having dinner and drinking some of  their veiy acceptable plum wine  and watching the light change,  and the horses frisking with  each other in the paddock and  the distant pink piggies and  Nicholas being led about by the  goat.  We were, for no reason I  remember, talking about fame.  There is a television program  currently going on called Fame  in the 20th Centuiy. This is the  usual umbrella or portmanteau-  type program which allows use  of an almost infinite amount of  old film clips easily available,  somehow tied together by an  economical voice-over commentary, giving it the appearance of being all on the one subject.  Fame in the 20th Century,  though, has a commentary by a  man called James who has a  genuinely dry wit and sometimes something pointed to say.  The program 1 saw included  footage of the mad, almost  orgiastic funeral of Valentino  back in the '30s. Valentino, a  tangoing taxi dancer (25 cents a  dance) had become, due to his  magnetic eyes, the Sheik of  Araby on the silent film screens.  His funeral produced unprecedented crowds everywhere.  There was frenzy. People, it has  to be said, mostly women, were  fainting on every side. This  would have to be called fame.  What else?  But Dr. Spock would have to  be called famous and nobody's  likely to faint at his funeral.  Wordsworth, Mick Jagger,  Mother Theresa, Bishop Tuttu  are all famous and all people  who earned and deserved it. On  the other hand Charles Manson,  a pretty well thoroughly nasty  specimen, would have to be  called I guess, a famous murderer. There is at least one picture  in a nutshell  stuart nutter  of Manson with a really awful  smirk on his face which is seeming to say, fame at any price.  Fame as a subject is so diffuse that it almost doesn't exist,  like breathing in and breathing  out as a subject. You can kind of  natter along with it though what  you are really doing is.watching  a perfect summer evening fade  over a small garden-cum-  orchard-cum farm at the base of  a friendly mountain like Elphinstone.  My friends and I have not  notably known the rich and  famous, but we have had some  shoulder-rubbing acquaintance-  with some, they in the political  and theatrical arenas. The people I have known who have got  to the top internationally at what  they were doing have been,  many of them, documentary  filmmakers and come to think of  it, there may not be any famous  documentary filmmakers.  Fame of course is a legitimate and natural aim to have.  Aim high they always said. Let  your aim exceed your grasp they  always said. But fame can be a  virus many have said, leading to  an incurable and sometimes  fatal disease. What about our-  Municlpality lacks  compassion  Setting things straight-  After public hearings in May  1989, a two-year permit was  issued to provide accommodation for "gas pipeliners". The  term of occupation was to be 10  lo. 20 months, but after four  months, all but a few people  remained leaving most of the'40  sites vacant.  People looking for a place to  locate their mobile units fond  out that Stockwell had fully serviced lots and as a last resort,  four mobile units were allowed  to set up temporarily. Some  people with RVs were also  accommodated on a temporary  basis.  When the two-year permit  was near expiry date, Ihe owner  approached the planning board  and the council for an extension  on the assumption that the facilities be allowed to relocate in  the future to an area to the nonh  and near Swanson's gravel pit,  as the original site is waiting  rezoning to residential building  sites.  Last summer 20 lots were  dismantled to show good faith  by the owner. The remaining 20  sites were turned into only 12  lots to give tenants more space  as some showed an interest in  having gardens, etc.  One must consider that the  public and property owners near  the area are not adversely affected by this very small and out of  the way temporary accommodation. In fact, public support for  these people in the immediate  area is great to say the least.  At ihis time, a survey is  being taken and will be submitted for everyone to examine. I  believe that if favourable, the  only moral choice for council  will be to allow these facilities  to remain.  Please note that I am not a  true developers at this time and  I have made no mention of taking this to Supreme Court. The  municipal clerk suggested to a  tenant that the units would be  "removed,,and towed tR.the,  dump.or be demolished"., Where,  do we find people like this to  woik for us? Some compassion  to others surely is not too much  to ask!  R. W. STOCKWELL  Seehelt  Be aware - C-5 zone  is coming to town  I urge all Sechelt residents to  become aware of council's  soon-to-be-hatched CS zone.  This is a commercial zone that  can be applied to any residential  neighbourhood in Sechelt. It is  being created in response to the  expectations of three speculators  on Cowrie Street, two of whom  bought their property just last  year in anticipation of their  wants being met.  There is far more commercial  flexibility allowed in the current  residential zoning - home occupied businesses can already  operate on Cowrie Street - than  in the proposed CS zone. And  requirements of a home-based  business could be expanded to  allow one or two non-family  employees, an alternative that is  not being considered by council.  But these people do not want  to live with their businesses and  some have been led to believe  that this restrictive new zone  will be a way of turning them a  land value profit.  The CS zone does not allow  for adequate, if any, ground  floor residences - a necessity for  the handicapped, elderly and  very young families, who need  to live close to amenities on flat  ground. Yet it is the intention of  the mayor and some councillors  and their friends that this zone  eventually encroach on the  existing neighbourhood, at least  up to.Dolphin Street, the only'!  such flat land in Sechelt. I lim  '���vValte-ilpi'tbthe communily,  council -where is your social  conscience? Your planning?  Where are your ethics?  PAT CHAMBERLIN  Sechelt  Postal rents,  highway robbery  Since 1978 our society has  had a postal box in Sechell, as  shown on this letterhead. In  1981 the rental fee for this box  was $5 and in 1988 it was  $6.74, an increase of 35 per cent  . over seven years, or 4.4 per cent  per year, compounded annually.  The last three years we were  exempt from paying the rental  fee because of our status as a  charitable organization. Our  place of business is Sechelt and  environs. It is essential to our  operation to have a fixed mailing address that does not change  with whoever happens to be the  secretary. We are probably a  beiter-than-average customer of  r  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  m  Tin- IVsli\:il Coiiccr! Serin's  PRESENTS  THE RAMCOaFF TRIO  Gene Ramsbottom  clarinet  Monica Pfau  piano  Roger Mangas  viola  A Sunday afternoon concert featuring the  music of Brahms, Bruch and Mozart  Sunday, July 4th at 2:00 pm in thc  Festival Pavilion at Rockwood Centre  famU Lf rVaiwm. Ratty Ltl  Tickets $12 at  The Festival Box Office al Rockwood  Telephone 885-9631 or Pax 885-3967  t  I  I  I  selves we asked. Had we ever  thirsted for fame? And were we  therefore now disappointed?  It was a good place to ask the  question for there laid out was  as good an alternative to fame as  might be devised. The goat led  Nicholas through the garden and  they arrived at Ihe steps below  us.  "Tell you whal," said my  generous host. "Why don't I  give you the goat." "Give me  the goat?" I said, "What would I  do wiih a goat?" "Put a leash on  it," he said. "Lei it lead you  about as he does Nicholas.  Make him a seeing-eye goat."  "A seeing-eye goat?" I said.  "I'm not blind you know."  "You would have our picture  taken," he said. "Here would be  this white-bearded columnist  with a stick from the Pacific  Rim and he's got a seeing-eye  goat. They'd pick that up all  over. With a seeing-eye goat,  Nutter, you could be famous."  Nicholas and the goat were  slill gazing up at us from the  steps. "Well, Nicholas," I said  "What do you think about that?"  Nicholas gave us a slow,  wide smile. "Dumb STUFF' he  said.  Canada Post Corporation. We  have several hundred members  and others who receive our  newsletters three to four times  per year and membership fees  are all paid by mail.  This year we were told to pay  $53 plus GST with equals  $56.71 - if we wanted to keep  our box. This would amount to  an increase of 'H- per cent over  ffves yeans. We'filid'ihis uribe-  lieveable and' difficult to' swallow. It would take six membership fee years, just to pay for the  postal box. At our request to see  the document that spells out the  rate schedules, we were referred  to customer services who  refused to send us one, unless  we make a written request. By  copy of this document, we  request customer services to  send us the relevant document.  We have no objection to paying a reasonable rental fee for  the postal box, but we wonder  how you can justify $53 for a  facility that provides the least  expensive mail delivery service  possible: the mail does not even  have to leave the post office.  Our perception is that we are  being gouged.  ! We would appreciate receiving your explanation for Ihis  outrageous increase.  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WIST,  SIDE M  STORY  conductor: UN  director: DMV  choreographer  ..���JEROME ROBBINS^.ARTHUR LAURENTS  LEONARD BERNSTEIN .^.STEPHEN SONDHEIM  ivawrt3o4wa JlHUMl HudBINS  ���>s)r*l''?*aCM.l'i-**-s!tls-i   ,rr |0,tn|s;iT,-s,.V���s',al>ri���a.< arm '  IMi eel mammi_4 ka raflfim nwifa eaeaw^^aaa^  ,��� sssaieiii n i e sw rwvietae vr���M n^i��sy*a��j  by (ieorge Cooper  Hey kids and accompanying  adults: A birthday party you're  invited to - all kinds of fun  events. It starts with a kids'  parade from Holland Park at  10:30 in the morning.  Whose birthday? Canada's of  course. Where? Dougal Park.  When? This Thursday, July I.  Mayor Small officially opens  this big event. Why come? Well  for one, just to see the Canada  birthday cake and taste it too.  Wanuskewin  Some further information has  come my way which points out  the part taken hy the Indian  nations of Saskatchewan in this  project.  Wanuskewin Indian Heritage  Incorporated, a cross-section of  the province's Indian community is the conscience of the park  project. A conscience that preserves their spiritual values and  provides a venue for their traditional ceremonies.  The interpretation centre  built with a teepee motif is itself  For the finest in area dining  Dining guiDE  Featured Restaurant of the Week  At Bonniebrook Lodge  foot of Gower Pt. Rd.  ��� French cuisine  with a westcoast flair  ��� Treat your out of town guests to  a memorable meal in a beautiful  setting overlooking Georgia Strait  Open 7 days a week from 5:30  Reservations recommended  886-2188  FAMILY DINING  Kelt KXago - Surround yourself with  art, the aroma of superb coffees  and Ihe 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  ���re open Monday-Saturday, 8:30  ��.m.-5.30p.m. 885-8837.  The Beat Hour* - Just a ferry ride  ���way 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 Bninch, served  between 10:30 am and 2 pm.  Friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere and fabulous meals are just  tome of Ihe 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.  HaM-iVWay Raataurant - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor Inn on Hwy.  101 al Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add 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  noun 5pm-9pm . Saturdays & Sundays 7am ��� 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  ���election of hoi and cold dishes  ���nd desserts. Eat to your heart's  content. Don'l forget our Friday k  Saturday night 2 for 1 dinner special 5pm-10pm. Reservations 886-  4501.50 seats plus banquet room.  HHItkte Family Restaurant Located in  Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons.  Family Dining with Special Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and  burgers, homemade soups, pies  and salads, and entrees. Daily Special). Take-Out available upon  request. Licensed It air conditioned. Winter Hours: Open Sun -  Thurs, 11 am-9 pm. Fri & Sat 11  am-10 pm. 886-2993  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  The Whart - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view and  sunsets from every table. ConSnen-  tal cuisine and seafood at its besl.  Sunday Brunch from 8 am - - pm.  Fully Licensed and air conditioned.  Dinner reservations recommended.  Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  BREAKFAST & LUNCH  Dt Dutch Ptnntkotk 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. Bul  Breakfast al De Dutch isn't just limited to the North American traditional bacon k 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'll  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 - localed 1/2 milt  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Open 7 days a week. Pub open  noon - closing. Kilchen hours:  Noon-8:00 pm.  Irvlntt Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  en'rees 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 lo 10  pm: Pub 11 am lo 11 pm. Pender  Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard h  Visa. Fully licensed  FINE DINING  Andy's Btelautanl - 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'l 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.  Okie 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 Ihis supeib dining  experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday. Lunch  11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm. 885-3847.  Chu Philippe Reitaunnt at Bonniebrook Lodge. Enjoy a delicious  dinner in lhe quiet country elegance  of our dining room. We have an  extensive wine list and friendly professional service. Located at the  waterfront, fool of Gower Pi. Rd.  Reservations recommended: 886-  2188. Open from 5.30/7 days a week  Creek Houaa - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet usual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, steaki and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open from 6 pm. Thurs. through  Sun. Visa k Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino ��� Dine In the finest ocean  view restaurant In Gibsons Landing.  Savour the delights of fresh sealood  from around lhe 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 Iwo and flamb* desserts  ���re prepared at your tabltsldt. Our  lunch menu contains sandwiches  and burgers. OPEN 7 DAYS A  WEEK Lunch hours: 11:30 - 2:30.  Dinner hour* 4:30 - 9:30. Vlaaand  Mastercard. Reservation* recommended. 886-3891.  On Tha leach - Dim in ���  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by * sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant Open 7 day ��� week for breok-  fast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8 am-2:30 pm. Dinner  Reservations Recommended. In lhe  heart of Sechelt at tht Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue. 885-5811.  EAT INTAKE OUT  Emit�� Gavin's Drive In- T��ke out, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks,  ice cream. Free homt delivery  wilhin 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on  $10 minimum orders. Small charge  for orders under $10. Hwy. 101.  Cibsons. 886-7813.  --   ������������-������ '    "���������''���^���  symbolic of their former plains  life.  As the Federation of  Saskatchewan Indian Nations  looked over suggeited names  for the park, they unanimously  chose Wanuskewin, a work  from ancient Cree signifying a  sanctuary, a place of harmony.  Crce, Saulteaux, Dakota, Assini-  boine, Chipewyan easily agreed  on that name.  Author  Back in October 1991, I  reviewed a book Inside Out by  James Tyman. The brooding  portrait on the dust cover aptly  illustrates the seething inner  anger that comes out in the narrative. A Metis, in and out of  jail for small crimes, Tyman  ended his narrative with a resolution to change his lifestyle.  Well, apparently he pretty  well has done so. A play of his  has been produced in Saskatoon,  along with a few poems. "I hope  he docs moie prose like his first  hook," said his publisher. "He  has such a natural, vivid style,"  Traditional togas of the graduating class, bursaries, scholarships  ���nd awards shared awards night at Elphinstone Secondary June  15. Chatelech Secondary awards were June 22 and Pender  Harbour Secondary June 24. Kyla McDonald photo  by Beverley Shipley  "Have you noticed? Your water bill has not  increased for 10 years. That's not an oversight on  our part", says the SCRD in a brochure sent to  homeowners connected to their water system. Even  though the demand for water connections had doubled by 1983, yearly fees remained less than $200  (including provincial water taxes) for the past 10  years. Not a bad deal, even though siltation causing  increased chlorination has been the case for the  past few years.  There will be an increase in water rates in 1994,  but no hint has been given as yet as to how much  of an increase is expected. The SCRD states it is  difficult to project with certainty what rates might  be in future to cover their costs. According to the  SCRD one adull can use about SO gallons of water  per day - staggering when you think about it.  Chapman Creek watershed  The SCRD has almost gone to battle in court  over clearcut logging proposed for the Chapman  Creek watershed, and as of last week the Ministry  of Forests and Interfor have agreed to trade off a  smaller cut block in the lower Chapman Creek area  to preserve the larger block of the upper Tetrahedron Plateau, which includes an area around Chap  man and Edwards Lakes. Perhaps it's finally been  agreed between all parties concerned that logging  should not be happening in watersheds.  Grade 7 graduation  Again this year the grade 7 grads had a loud and  fun-filled grad party. Special thanks from all the  students, teachers and parents to Mr. Karaoke himself, Graham Edney for his donation of his travelling karaoke show and his good-natured patience.  The students really got off on the old 60s gumball  music - remember Wild Thing?  Thanks Roberts Creek elementary teachers for a  great year and for quite a few of the students graduating this year, for the past eight years. School is  back in session September 7.  Gumboot Cafe  The Gumboot Cafe will be holding a coffee  house at 7 pm, Saturday, July 3. Dan and Caridwen  will be playing. Enjoy an evening of music, pizza  and delicious desserts.  Guest columnist  Beginning next week's issue of the Coast News,  local Crow Road Creeker, Amerval du Planty will  be writing the Roberts Creek news. Written submissions and messages can be left for her through  the Coast News, Gibsons.  Massage Therapist  Naturopath  Effective June 30  please note our new phone numbers  Patricia Raidt, RMT    Dr. .Bayley, N.D.  886-0218 886-0341  Mon.-Frl.: 9-4          Tuesdays: 8:30-5:30  Still located at the Gibsons Health Centre  . 721 WnnM.jbesedepostomce)   Con! iiiitowii f Nt>  promts  Golf the B.C.Rockle*  Aug 1tV*1,1W3- 6 days  799.00 WTwto  poctyjt includes  5 nights accommodation  3 days unlimited golf at Fairmont Mountainside  or Riverside Golf Courses ��^  B.C. Ferry *V*\  Wck-upatyoixhome  MMT H MOIIO ��� MV Ml W JM* Ml  ELITE TRAVEL PHONE 886-4868  ALWEST  VINYL SIDING  Various Colors/Styles  $62.50 per square  (covers 100 sq. ft.)  Cash & Carry Prices ���  ALCAN VINYL SOFFIT  Vented - White  $56.00 per square  (covers 100 sq.ft.)  NEW! NEW! VINYL LATTICE PANELS  (white only) 2x8 & 4x8  UNIT #7  5S22 Wharf SI, Sechelt  JIM BAIN  885-4572  Boaters  warned  about  fish nets  It's commercial Fishing season along the BC Coast and  each year small boats entangle  themselves in Ashing nets. The  nets are difficult to see, since  their float lines may be partially  obscured by choppy seas.  It's the small craft operator's  responsibility to stay clear of  fishing vessels and their nets.  Learn to identify the signs of a  vessel engaged in fishing. The  end of a fishing net is marked  by a float and several nets may  appear in the same area. If you  see a zone which is clearly congested with a large number of  fish boats, try to steer clear of it  entirely.  At night net ends are marked  with a white light. The vessel  itself should indicate that it's  fishing at night, by exhibiting  the appropriate lights. Rule 26  of the International Regulations  for Preventing Collision at Sea  provides details on the various  light and shape configurations  which apply to vessels engaged  in fishing of all types.  I RUSH,  FRESH,  IRISH!  AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE Coast News, June 28, 1993  community  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  Country and western has arrived in Davis  Bay. On July 1 the new Desperado's Tex-  Mex Restaurant opens in the newly renovated Casa Martinez building.  There will be a dining room upstairs  along with a 65-seat patio for those who  choose to eat outside.  The food will be predominantly Mexican  and a large staff will be on hand to assure  good service.  Entertainment will be downstairs and will  include line dancing as well as murder mystery weekends and many other fun things lo  entertain all ages.  Horsman and friends  Alice Horsman and Friends presented  their recital to an enthusiastic audience last  Sunday afternoon at St. John's Church. The  first half of the show was well executed, but  it was the second half that really captured  the audience's attention. Carmen, always a  great favourite was a charged and thrilling  presentation and it was obvious to all that  the singers really enjoyed what they were  doing.  Thc selections by Noel Coward were both  nostalgic and funny, particularly Stephen  Salvali's Mad Dogs and Englishmen and  Daphne Squire's Don't Put Your Daughter  on the Stage. Once again, a super show.  Wanton vandalism has struck Wilson  Creek this week.  A resident had his car flipped over and  vandalized for no apparent reason, further  proof we are not immune lo this sort of petty  crime.  Perhaps we all need to be a bit more  observant as to what goes on in our neighbourhoods and report anything lhat looks  suspicious.  Books for Newborns  An exciting new project called Books for  Newborns has just been launched here on  Ihe Sunshine Coast through the dedication  and far-sightedness of a man called Bill  LcNeve.  Every baby born on the Coast will receive  a hard cover picture book with thc hope that  right from birth, Ihey will be introduced lo  bonks, first by the parents and later will  develop a love for reading on Iheir own.  The bright colours will attract their attention and with thc parent reading the simple  text lo them, they will relate holding, cuddling and conversation with books.  The first book was presented on June 17  to a local mother and baby at St. Mary's  Hospital.  This program was first initialed in  Salmon Arm by teachers who had some  money left over from previous conventions  and sought to do something worthwhile with  it.  Bill has worked diligently on this since  September 1992 and has managed to interest  the Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Community  Association in funding this project for the  first year of its life.  Bill, along with others, has volunteered to  help defray some of the costs by holding  fundraisers such as flea markets, craft sales,  raffles, etc.  One such event lakes place this Salurday,  July 3 from 10 lo 2 at the hall. It is thc craft  sale and there will be raffle tickets sold on a  stained glass lampshade crafted and donated  by Ernie Wood and a men's wool knil  sweater donated by Sue LeNeve, with the  draw being held on July 31 and all proceeds  going to Books for Newborns.  If you wish you may make a donation to  the DBWCCA, earmarked Books for New-  boms.  fjfl*  In Stock Discontinued  Lighting Fixtures  - All Sales Final -  Unjtjj * Stseda*! ' Wall Sconces ��� Tract ��� Ceiling Lights ' Fasn�� * facetted �� Outdoor  Sechelt Lighting  885-9417 �� 5609 Hwy 101, StKslwIt  Our ttpologiet  H CtiaHlsdi Itiiittafy  the last two photos in  the grad class should  not have been  Included  and to their sponsor  Water and tht Wind  883-9911  for the error in their  name L phone number  to P.��iid��r Harboir laceadary  by Deanna Lueder, 885-7365  The 1992/93 school year in  Sechelt is fast coming to an end  and a good deal of planning for  the 1993/94 year is complete.  Congratulations to Karen Steffensen on her appointment as  principal at Sechelt elementary.  Ms. Steffensen has been vice-  principal since 1990 and also  acted as principal during David  Short's illness.  Beverly Terry has been  appointed vice-principal at  Chatelech secondary beginning  in September. Ms. Terry comes  from Maple Ridge secondary  school where she has been  administrative assistant since  1989. Congratulations and welcome to Sechell. School populations are really growing on  the Sunshine Coast. Enrolment  at Chatelech totalled about 450  students last year and is expected to reach a minimum of 520  nexl year.  Summer time  It's summertime officially  now althdiigR June 21 wis a  tough omen weathcrwise. Lei's  hope for wonderful weather on  Thursday, Canada Day and Celebration Day in Sechelt. A  schedule of events for July 1 is  in the paper bul here arc some  special highlights lo note. The  parade begins at 11 am and follows, as they say al Montreal's  Stanley Cup parade, Ihe usual  route.  At 12 noon, there will be a  ceremonial presentation of  colours, a pipe band and Ihe  singing of 'O, Canada' al Hackett Park followed hy birthday  cake. Alice Horsman will lead  the singing of our national  anthem.  At 5 pm the Sechelt Schalil-  hten Salmon dinner begins al  the Sechelt Indian Band Hall.  Hamburgers, hot dogs, salads  and of course, salmon will all  be available, as well as entertainment throughout Ihe dinner.  Tickets arc $4 and are available  at Scolt's Music, Crystal  Serendipity and Ihe Band  office.  And lastly, gather up the  sleepy children and walch Ihe  fireworks in front of Snickett  Park at 10 pm.  There arc lots of other events  during lhe day so check oul lhe  schedule and celebrate Canada's birthday together. Free  transportation to the village  core will he provided hy thc  Sunshine Coasl transit system.  Call 885-3234 for lhe schedule  in your area.  The long days of summer  need never he boring on the  Sunshine Coast. In addition to  the great outdoors there are  many summer courses and  entertainments available.  Arts council  The Sunshine Coast Arls  Council is sponsoring a number  of summer adult workshops  ranging from kitcmaking, tye-  dye, silk screening, printmak-  ing, papermaking, painling,  pastels, raku to cartooning. Slop  at the Arts Cenlre or call 885-  5412 for registration and information.Rockwood Centre is  also sponsoring a number of  summer workshops including a  children's theatre workshop.  Call 885-2522 or stop in at  Rockwood for information.  Happy Canada Day everyone, see you al the parade.  7Ve TttUwl Ifruil  also graduating with the class of '93  *M    L  Alex Albrecht Chris Anus Jason Baggio  Anthony Borno      Brandt Bourne      Doug Cambell  CHATELECH SECONDARY  In keeping with a three year commitment to the Chapman Creek  Hatchery, BC Hydro district manager Wayne Turner (right)  gives Bill Chinnick of the Sunshine Coast Salmon Enhancement  Society a $1,000 contribution. Also out of BC Hydro's corporate  donations for 1993, the BC Lyme Borreliosis Society received  $300 to aid their awareness program about the multi-systemic  illness transported by ticks. Joel Johnstone pholo.)  ~~r v*Mai vfeMM**a>*uua*Mi "uvaj-Lmvaa i.r  Members & Guests Welcome  SECHELT  5528 Wharf Street'885-2526  Friday & Saturday, July 2&3  rt  STEVf IUA  &  f]P     FrldmyonlyBBQSteak     aj���  6-8pm, $7,00 incl. G.S.T.  OHM SUNDAYS H * 6 / LUNCHES MOH. * HI. 11*2  Pool Tournoments, Thursdays 7 pm  Next General Meeting  Hmdtir, hay 19,8:00 pm  Crib  Tm-ays, Spm  M,7pm  Meat Draw  [my Saturday 4 pm  ROBERTS CREEK  3064 Lower Road'886-9984  Friday & Saturday  &  THI  COUtl)  ', 6-0JMN Jj^J  $7.Mincl.G.$.T. (while qugntitmslasf)  OPEN FOR LUNCH 1 1 AM  Next General Meeting  IfaUa-Va-l  Bingo  Jim., 7:1 S  CLOUD SUNDAYS  GIBSONS  Hwy. 101 ��� 886-2411  -n Friday & Saturday, July 2 & 3 ^  .ji TRUt COLORS ^  ��-��� pmBBQ N.Y. Steak with finger lobster  $8.50 ind G.S.T.  OPEN  SUNDAYS   1 I  KITCHEN   OPEN  MON.-SAT.   11   -  7  Next General Meeting  buhiMp  Crib  Smt-tylM  Meat Draw  Imy Saturday 4 pm  CLIP   'N'   SAVE  Hjf (Corporation of tlje  Siijtrict of ls>ctl)f It  P.O. Box 129,5545 Intel Avenue, Sechelt, B.C. VPN 3A0 Telephone (604) 685-1966 Fan: (604)685-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Tax Deadline  All property owners in the District of Sechelt  are reminded that the deadline for payment  of property taxes is JULY 2,1993. If you  have not received your tax notice please  contact Judy Steele at 685*1986.  Any taxes not paid by July 2nd will be  subject to a 10% penalty as of July 3rd.  For your convenience the Municipal Hall  will extend its hours on Friday, July 2nd  until 5 p.m.  AVOID THE RUSH AND LINEUPS.  We are pleased to accept post dated  cheques. Any payments made after July  2nd will be subject to a penalty.  Happy 126th Birthday,  Canada!  Happy 7th Birthday,  Sechelt!  Join the Festivities!  All residents are invited to take part in  Canada/Celebration Days festivities including  the annual downtown parade, Canada Day  ceremonies, music and food at Hackett Park,  a co-operative Salmon BBQ at the Sechelt  Indian Band Hall and Fireworks at Dusk.  Offices Closed July 1st  All Municipal offices will be closed on  Canada Day, Thursday, July 1st.  Extended Office Hours  on Tax Day  For your convenience the Municipal  Offices will be open Friday, July 2nd  from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. to facilitate  those taxpayers who wait until the last  minute to pay their Municipal taxes.  "Database 93"  How Available  "Database 93" is a document produced  for Sechelt under the guidance of our  Planning Department. It presents a  "snapshot" of the District of Sechelt  including information on the area's  history, geography, demographics,  economy, infrastructure, 1991 Statistics  Canada data plus public and  community service provisions.  "Database 93" is an excellent introduction  to Sechell for visitors, potential residents  and businesses as well as a source guide  for current residents. "Database 93" can  be purchased for $15.00 plus GST at the  Municipal Hall.  Regular Council Meetings  Regular Council Meetings take place on the  1 st and 3rd Wednesday of each month at  the Municipal Hall, Inlet Ave.  Mayor's  Hotline  _*  885-5360 Coast News, June 28, 1993  New to Gibsons  NORMAS  ELECTROLYSIS STUDIO  ��� Permanent ft safe removal of unwanted hair  ��� Latest in computerized thermolysis & blend methods  ��� Complimentary 10 min. intioduction  ��� Certified Electtolygist  ��� Evening appointments available  ��� Privacy of home based studio  For appointment call 886-7756  NEW?  On  toby  _       Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL USI  Sylvia SitMtMO  Gibsons  Ruth ���������HI*47  jtBCnwt  UIK MUICH .TOt* SOU ��� WASHID SAND  CIUSHIR DOST ��� AQUA POST ��� MHO HOCKS  CUM CMiSHiD ROCK eOMNNf-alX  mmmom*mm��aroumaotaonn pots  CtMRiUtMURS��CIOMPOTS>UTTia  UU��SCAPfFiWUC>CsA*DINCONCItm��ATUK  AHOwatMDPtcKnnNa  Tues. thru Satuiday 9-5 ��� Sundays 10-2  5546 Wharf St.  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  I wonder how many parent!,  know what Iheir young folks are  up lo when lei loose? Vandalism  has once again hit Redrooffs in  whal used to be a decent,  respectable area in which lo  live. This latest incident was a  very dangerous one in which lhe  life of a child could have been al  slake when a brick was thrown  through an upstairs bedroom  window of thc Konpasek home  causing extensive damage. On  the same Salurday nighl lhe  mail boxes al Eureka were  thrown onto their sides.  Get ready  .Several of lhe events ul thc  llallimxin Bay Country Fair arc  such lhal arrangements musl he  made prior to that date in order  to participate. Thc car rally,  which takes place on thc Friday  evening, July u, requires pre-  registration hy calling Eunice al  885-5180. Entry Ice for car and  navigator is $12 with first prize  being $100; second is a boat  rental hy Buccaneer Marine.  Takeoff time is at hpm.  Saturday morning, July 10 is  thc kids fishing derby sponsored  by thc Halfmoon Bay General  Store, for children age four to  12 years. Entry fee is $2. Kids  must register in person at lhe  store prior to derby day. Thc  store will match fees and donate  to lhe Canuck House. Then; will  he lots of refreshments and  awards.  Also on the Saturday at I pm  Two little boys, two little girls, and a 'big buoy' at a Coopers Green barbecue.       Ruth Forrester photo  there will he a hocci ball tournament with an entry fee of $2 per  team. Call Maurice at 885-6278  for info.  At V30 pm also on Salurday  evening lhe always popular family dinner is on. There will he  lots of great entertainment starling at .*> pm and continuing until  after dinner. You are asked to  bring along your own plates,  cups, utensils and chairs. Call  Elisc at 88S-6278 for info.  Sunday morning from 9 to 11  am thc fair committee will sponsor thc pancake breakfast, $4 for  adults and $2 for children under  12. Thc three and a half mile  trophy run from Connor Park lo  Cooper's Green will start al  10:30 am.  Al 10:45 lhe official opening  will lake place and trophy and  car rally awards will he present-  We've put a lot of stock in B.C.  This summer, Pacific salmon will return to B.C.'s rivers To support and enrich this valuable, natural resource  in near-record numbers. Abundant fish stocks are a reality       our Salmonid Enhancement Program releases 650 million  on the West Coast and an integral part of our way of life. salmon fry each year. All these efforts, together with  Conservation and en- local conservation and  hancement initiatives are b.C. SALMON CATCHES ��� 1972-1992  protecting and rebuilding '-year moving average itonnesi  weaker stocks, and have    �����  raised total salmon catches  in B.C. to historic levels.  All fisheries stakeholders  agree each year to limit  the number of fish they  take so that more salmon  are permitted to spawn.  enforcement activities,  ensure that the fishing  industry prospers and  the resource continues  to grow.  For more information,  contact the nearest office  of the Department of  Fisheries and Oceans.  ran ran raw 1975 isn ran ran im isn tan ran its* rasa tits rate \w rase ties uto rax ran tt**-  I Chinook       | Coho      (Jjchum       g Pink       ^Sockeye ���imf.-maa,  1+1  Fisheries       Peches  and Oceans   et Oceans  Canada  ed. Welcome Beach bingo will  start, lots of children's games  will go on as well as a whole  range of contests. There will be  crafl tables and much more.  There is always a parking  problem on Country Fair Sunday, hut this is quite unnecessary since the mini bus leaves  from and to Sechell every hour  throughout Sunday. Remember -  take lhe bus.  by Joyce Ostry  Thc garage sale has been  postponed and Ihe new date is  August 14,  Now lhat the new sidewalks  are completed in Sechelt,  EMAs can now use all the sidewalks and curb-cuts in the core  area of Sechell.  There is only one way to  drive your EMA - the safe way.  Safe driving means an enjoyable experience for you and  those around you. The same  common sense, courtesy and  good judgement you use in  olher situations applies to driving an EMA. Remember that in  your EMA you are a pedestrian  on wheels - not a motor vehicle.  I came across this piece of  information that might be of  use. Information for Seniors -  Your Guide to Programs and  Benefits in British Columbia  387-2292.  This week are tips on visibility and protection using your  EMA specifically thc electric  scooter. EMAs are at a height  which can be difficult for  drivers and pedestrians to see.  Don't assume that people can  see you and be on Ihe lookout  at all times for hazards, (one  hazard is a person who decides  to walk backwards).  Remember the pedestrian  safety rules are all learned n  grade one or two. To refresh  your memory here are some of  them. Drive on sidewalks  where available, keeping to the  right and travel facing traffic  where there are no sidewalks.  Watch your speed when going  around blind corners. Cross at  pedestrian crosswalks and  check for vehicles turning.  Don't come out between two  parked cars. Cross lanes and  driveways with caution. Try to  make eye contact wilh  motorists, pedestrians, or  cyclists before crossing their  path.  Make yourself visible. Put  reflective lape on all sides of  your scooter and consider using  a six foot bicycle flag. If travelling at night wear an armband  style light, or use a rechargeable, battery operated bicycle  light. Wear light-coloured or  reflective vests or clothing.  Make yourself heard using a  horn or bell. Don't be afraid to  use your voice. Remember to  dress appropriately for the  weather considering warmth  and comfort. Also be mentally  prepared for bad weather  (That's no surprise to us on the  Coast).  Snow, rain and sleet will  affect the control of your EMA.  I've seen people here wear a  large piece of plastic with a  hole cut in for the head and a  rain hat when the weather is  wet. Coast News, June 28, 1993  community  harbour gybe  by Marie Bisson-Montpetlt  No more pencils, no more  books. Summer holidays have  arrived, much to the relief of  teachers and the chagrin of parents.  The Triple A Awards were  given out on the lasl day of  school to many deserving students.  Good luck to the grade 6's  moving up to the secondary  school. School will reopen  September 7. A big thank you  goes out to the communily and  parents for being so supportive  this year.  Also a big thank you to  Maggi Jacks and thc PAC as  well as all lhe teachers for doing  such a fine job.  Pender Harbour secondary  school's awards ceremony was  held the evening of June 24.  There were record numbers of  students on the honour roll.  The students who were at the  top of their class were: grade 7,  Annie Richardson; grade 8,  Bgmontntws  t      1  yj__\      WL      _U  nek  a^aka                                         **tHVte         ������  Whtm                                          "  ���  ^               I  -  Jolane Percival  Scarlet Hunt; grade 9, Devon  Cameron; grade 10, Sarah Malcolm and Silas White; grade 11,  Brad Cotter; and grade 12,  Andrea Wright, who also won  the president's scholarship valued at $11,000 for academic  excellence.  The top graduating science  student was Kim Struthers.  Awards were also given for academics, service, athletics,  sportsmanship and overall  awards for exceptional contribution, creativity and achievement.  Jolane Percival won the Francis  Fleming Award as top senior  female athlete as well as the first  annual Clara Lee Bursary for  Recreation and Education donated by the Pender Harbour  Aquatic Society.  Stephen Williamson, Neai  Mavin and David O'Coffey won  the Hemic Vallce Award for top  senior male athletes.  Congratulations to all the students, teachers and parents for  doing such a fine job.  Friends of Caren  Currently are conducting a  study of the marbled murrelet  by Maureen Parrott  Check with fisheries at 883-2313 before digging  clams as red tide warnings are out in nearby areas  and by press time Egmont may be closed too.  Fred Simpson from the ministry of environment  showed up wilh a telescope last week to observe  the breeding habits of blue herons on Egmont's  island rookery.  It's good to see John Dafoe's son Jed hack in  Egmonl, seven years older and two feet taller.  Other visiting relatives include l.cla Griffith's  daughter Elaine Hegglund and sister Dr. Kay  Beamish and Floyd and Vicki Deiter, who came lo  Egmonl for their son Dave's wedding this weekend.  Pender Harbour community health centre - use  il or lose it.  We have a doctor available six days a week, a  nurse, dentist, physiotherapist, optometrist and ear-  nose-throat, foot, skin, hearing and other specialists by appointment; also baby clinics, project parent, substance abuse, family and other counselling  services.  Tell your summer neighbours to phone Ihe doctor's office at 883-2344, dentist 883-2997 or 883-  2764 for information and appointments.  Old Egmont and North Lake echo lo the sound  of hammers. New houses and renovations are  sprouting like mushrooms, all over the place.  Bathgate Store has extended its business hours  for the summer months. The new hours are 8 am to  6 pm Monday through Thursday, 8 to 8:30 Fridays  and weekends from 9 lo 6.  There will be a Lions seafood dinner on July 10.  population which is a threatened  species of birds in the Caren  Range. Volunteers will be conducting tours of Ihe area every  Saturday morning starting July 3  al 11 am at the Wildlife Rehab  Centre in Halfmoon Bay.  Baseball  Baseball and T-ball has  wrapped up for the season.  Thank you to all the coaches  who dedicated so much of their  time and energy.  Power Squadron  A reminder to contact Deanna al 883-2103 if you are interested participating in the  Malaspina Regatta and barbeque  on July 3. Contact Rita at 883-  24S9 to register for the children's boatwise course.  Swimming lessons  Aquasize Tuesday and  Thursday from 10:30 to 11:30  am and Step Wednesdays al the  same time at Lord Jim's. There  will be a car pool leaving from  the PH Clinic at 10 am - contact  Marie at 883-2142.  abai'ishinr L oasl  Summer Choral  Singing Camp  ONE WEEK SESSIONS  Ages 7-11, 12-17    f_\  Beginners       <J*9  Welcome  For Information and  registration please call  The Westwind  School Of Music  885-2460  Wreaths / VS iokerware  Now available exclusively through Window Box Arts & Crafts  Wilson Creek Campground ��� 885-5937  Mon - Sat: 8 am - 8 pm, Sun: 8:30 am - 8 pm  A perfect ftitl for any ot-rasion.  Coast News Classifieds  GET RESULTS!  Ik AffoM/e U0i/  LEVOLOR  VERTICAL BLINDS  Now you can afford  the luxury of Levolor  THE name in blinds!  Select from designer  colours, textures and  fabrics. Beautiful  window fashions  teamed with a life  time warranty...  backed by over 75  years of dependable  service.  EXPERIENCE THE LEVOLOR DIFFERENCE  07 Cowrie* Street. Socholt. BC   VON 3A0  Mon-S.nt. 9:30 - 5:00     885-2923  HAIRDRESSERS        MARINE SERVICES  Miss Sunny's  HMR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  SHOPPING  883-9551  HOME HARDWARE  BUILDING CENTRE  TOTAL SHOPPING.  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Producla  883-2253  <\KINA  !MACY  883-2888  'BJI BEETiir  Pender Harbour* ONLY  Full Una Sporting Goodt Store  Francit Penlnaula Place  Corner ol Sumhlne Coaat Hwy. I  Francit Penlnaula Rd. 883-276:  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580*4321  CALL COLLECT  -R55FIH5   Jemdale  Tar ft Gravel, Shakos, Shingles,  Mital Roofs, Torch On, Durolds  {ia*.-9303  LOWINGS  WILDING LTD.  Garden Bay ��� 883-9122  Fabrication ��� Welding  Sandblasting  Aluminum ��� Stainless Steel  Ray Hansen Trucking  & Contracting  Orta-M Clearing  S��t*-de8y**emt>  883-9288  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  .383-2929  Tops, Turps & Given  Upholstery & Repairs  MADEIRA  MARINA  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Wescome  I /_ MILK NORTH or GARDEN BAV RD.  HWY. tOt 883-9S41  Pender Harbour, BC 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  DINING  >S  Garden  Bay  Hotel  Ak CharSaan < nattlng chaunae* ��� earn Ranuala  PUB RESTAURANT  883-2674 883-8919  SERVICES  Hugh W.Jones  LAWYER  883*9525  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX.883-9524  Micmel C. Crowe  Barrister ��� Solicitor  Nottry Public  I'eiltlcr lltirtrmtr l,j>ttl Scriiccs  I *rrM Madeira Paris Rd. Madeira Park  883-9875  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  Dieppe Veteran  In Visit  At Egmonl  Mr. James' Warman. brother  of Mr. Joteph Warman, wd  their mother, Mrs. Ada Johnston, have been visiting with  Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Warman  for the put week. Mr. James  Warman is home from five and  a half years in England. He went  over with the New Westminster  regiment, later joining the commandos, was at Dieppe, was  badly wounded, later patched  up but unfit for active or combat service, became a motorcycle instructor. Later was  badly injured in a crash, was in  hospital again for a time. On  release again he was much less  so he went into photographic  fit than before for active service  work, ground crew, where he  rendered two more years' valuable service before being dis?  charted.  He married while in England,  but like many others his wife is  a victim of that great traffic  jam. Mr. Warman ii at present  Unable to do any heavy work  but looks quite cheerful and is  looking forward to that happy  day when the traffic jam will  become unwound and his wife  will be able to Join htm here and  they will be able to set up another Canadian home. He has  our sincere good withes.  NEW POST OFFICE  WILL OPEN JULY 1  PENDER HARBOUR-Official  a-pening ol lhe new pott ollice  al MeaWara Paik will Mist placa  Moaajar. July I.  Poernaaater will ke CoL E .8.  Johautors.  N��w PriMti for  Witt How* Sound  A NEW Catholic priest, Father  Qulgley, has taken charge of  Du' West Howe Sound district,  -"'uding Bowen Island, Keats  * and Gambier Island. He  Gibsons Landing, where  -Meved Father Baxter  v -.* o< - Udy ���>'  Btrvln*  a  PrnfTPHflv-*   4   (.rowing  Are* on B. C/i Himihern  Coast  Covcra   St-i'hfu.  Oibaonn   I-andinn,  Ten   Mellon,  WOOdtlqrt,   S-iuarnli-h  lrvlnp>  laandlnc.  Half Mimn  Bay  Hardy ���-Inland.  IVndiT  Harbour  Wil,*.'  ��� &  It'H  Cre.'k  Mnlham't-   Ijnidli.**.    Ejmi.ru.  ���     ijtndlnK.     Rr.lc*rn4a1>  ���'Ht-rk ������..���>.   ii.-  ft 1"f!'_  fflxz (Eoast News  sOuIum Officii SUlf Mooi ��aj,  wa Say. ������ O.     STatloMl Ai��r*u��lmf OfflMi nnll Mirer. I. fl.  Vol. 1 ��� No. 42  HALFMOON BAY, B.C.    Friday, June 28, 1946    5c Per Copy. 12.50 Per Year, by Mail  Sunset Store  At Gibsons  Bright, Modem  There is no doubt about it,  the brightest spot in the district  is the newly renovated Sunset  Hardware stare in Gibson's  Landing. Much credit is due  Jim Veitch for bringing to this  area a bright modem store in  which one can buy almost anything from a fish hook to bedroom suite. Jim's motto seems  to be "If we haven't got it, we  will do our damdett to get it  for you"; and on top of that.  'he believes in giving his customers that service .with a  ���milt.  The interior of th# store is  finished In a light cokbr, and the  modern florescent lights makes  the place as bright is any clear  day. The new furniture department upstairs is in added feature and will be officially opened Saturday, June 29. The new  department will contain complete line of urniture. The main  floor of the store is a picture of  neatness and well displayed  merchandise,  E.Jorgenson.  M. Griffith  Are Married  A VERY pretty wedding took  place on Sunday, June 23, al  the home of Mr. and Mrs, Wm.  J. Griffith of Egmont. B C, when  thi-ir daughter. Mabel, was  united in marrl��-{e to Mr, Elmer  M   Jrt"*',n-ir        m  of  ' -\A  QUAKE PICTURES  _ Barge Company  3 Will Make  Pete Hunter, 630 Ocean View, Powell River, it thown  here Inspecting the damage after hit chimney hud been  toppled by the earthquake which rocked the district Sunday  morning.  Inset shows chimney on the house of George Yipp,  Wildwood hill, Powell River. The shock turned a section  of the chimney one quarter���and left it standing.  Three Calls  THE Vancouver Barge Transportation Limited, of Vancouver, who have been operating  a covered barge freight service  from Vancouver and Victoria to  up coast and Vancouver Island  points for over 25 years, are  pleased to announce that com.  mencing Monday, July 1, 1946,  their barge freight service will  nuke three calls weekly at Gibsons Landing.  Barges will leave the Vancouver Barge Company dock at  Vancouver every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 6 p.m. and  will arrive at Gibsons Landing  at 10 p.m. Frleght will be unloaded at once and will be available immediately to consignees  in the shed on the Government  dock.  The company hopes that this  service will be utilized not only  by the residents of Gibsons  Landing, but also by all those  in that area who can be reached  by rtuck transfer.  In addition to the above three  calls weekly at Gibsons Land.  ing, thc barge will call weekly  at Half Moon Bay, Sectfelt. and  Pender Harbour dr vines Landing!, leaving Vancouver every  Friday at 6 p.m.        /  This increased .service has  been made possible/ due to the  fact lhat the Vancouver Barge  Transportation Limited has seen  fit to enlarge its fleet of tug  buats and covered barges, for  the purpose of giving a regular  dependable freight service to  '* Ip-s-p area, and they very  it  the-  Will   re-  �����f a window in  *����tv  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 6/25/9J 6:00 PM Pd-ie 1    (Black plate!  Coast News, lune 28,  1993   TST. ��� ' '-.      '  '   . "    '���������        i..,    '  ��� >   A^cjlERITflCE ffiflRKET  immmmmm  QUALITY BRANDS YOU CAN TRUST  Ricki garlic, no garlic or  Polskie Dills  'Sun Rype blue label  Apple Juice  J98  .98  Miller Sharp's  Non-aAlc Beer  355 ml  'Hi-Dri regular  6/2  94  Paper Towels  2l  ���Bick's Hamburg-*, Cubits or  .68  Delmonte  Fruit Cups  4x142ml  Mainstay dry  Dog Food  ���kg  Pamper  Cat Food  IMg  Rubbermaid 46 quart  Coolers  each  Assorted Colours k Sizes made In USA  Aqua Socks  pair  Blue Gem assorted  Sunglasses  all styles  Rio folding  Sand Chairs  Hot Dog Relish  375ml  Kraft Salad Dressing  Miracle Whip  IL  -(}-)       Beit Foods real  Mayonnaise  IL  Realemon  Lemon Juke  710ml  CompbeTnigiluUl  V-8 Cocktail  1.341       %  Kleenex white   I  Facial Tisanes  ISO'S  Nestea  Ice Tea Mix  ��40g  Kool-Aid   ,  Drink Crystals  403g  NuGrape,  Lemo:  300ml  Kraft Thick  Barbe  455 ml  Cheetotor  Doritos  240g  Ctoverleatcl  White Tuna  l*4g  Safflo  Sunflower Oil  IL  1  28  338  368  l68  .78  288  2*8  Tortilla Chips  me  VoaaySpanga  Spring Water  Ty-phoo  Tea Bags  SO's  McCormlck's crackers  Millwheats  200g  Solo 10 01  Plastic Cups  ll'i  MeCormlck'i  Viva Puffs  300g  238  J88  2/.88  288  J98  J18  238  Kraft smooth or ctunchy  Peanut Butter  lkg  Full 100 ISO  Photo Film  24s  Heinz  Squeeze Mustard  375 ml  Hurt regular��Italian  Tomato Sauce  398 ml  Ocean Spray newtou'l  Grapefruit Juice  i.i4i    ^t/Sm  Welch's Concord # White  Grape Juice  IL  Enlatac ready-to-UM  Infant Formula  235ml  Quaker cereal  Harvest Crunch  900 g    ^_S)  Quaker cereal  Oat Squares  SOOg  Quaker chewy  Granola Bars  225g  Aunt Jemima reg. or complete  Pancake Mix  lkg  Aunt Jemima att't  Pancake Syrup  7S0ml  Billy Bob's  Barbecue Sauce  500ml  KutleBeor  Fruit Ice Pops  800ml  Pride ol Ihe World squeeze  Ketchup  750ml  Gottuso manzanilla  Stuffed Olives  375ml  Delta long grain  White Rice  3.63kg  Prairie Maid rice or wheat  Krisps Cereal  225g  368  l38  .78  228  J98  ���99  388  238  ]98  218  238  J58  2s8  J98  l48  Reynold's aluminum  Foil Wrap  15" x 25'  Glad  Garbage Bags  I0's  2*8  3/.99  3398  SA  1299  .20% off  20% off  2��  J68  Glad  Kitchen Catchers  24'S  J58  ]38  DAIRY  Ice Cream  2s8  : ���*iwitWststmW,m����d,oid  random cuts  .20% off  Armstrong spreadable  Cream Cheese  2S0g  Ddrylond  Sour Cream  SOOg  Dktoeclno  Iced Cappuccino  475ml  Becel soft  Margarine  907g  -J68  l48  1M  328  PRODUCE  Cdlfomto Grown 11 quality  Watermelon  aa*  'CoHfomlo Grown #1gfWJt  Corn on  the Cob  ��� Tl  3/.9  Washington Grown ��1 grade  Sweet Bing  Cherries  3.28 kg  U.S. Grown (I grade  White Potatoes  1.08 kg  Florida Grown #1 grade  Field Tomatoes  1.52 kg  &'@%tz,?i<'"_z:,J.  Last week  fot B.C.  Straw-  bettfies!  To order a flat  call the produce  department  at 885-2025  :  DELI  Grimms  Seasoned  Turkey  sliced - lOOg  J59  Bavarian  Meatloaf  sliced - lOOg  Turkey  .99  Beer or Salami Sausage QQ  sliced - lOOg *0��7  l19  |59  Pizza and Jalapeno  Cheese Loaf  sliced -lOOg  Garlic, Pepper, Pineapple,  Dill, Herb SSplce ^^  Cream Cheese  100 g Coast News, June 28, 1993  11  Fresh B.C. Raspberries are now here  To order a flat call the produce department  rhGSe aie m.~^~  J50.specials you'll fi  Prlc�� effective Mon,  Sunday, jU|y4 ',^-"-^0,0  M,rs ��� s-***^ia77<rfr^r���  Friday 39 9   s: M��"   .         ^    ��okerv RRr:_0,,_^  'Y 885-96823  "?        ff  FROZEN FOODS  Tropical Sun pink or white  Lemonade  341ml  .58  Welch's apple or cone.  Grape Juice  341ml  .98  Tropical Sun newl cone.  Ice Tea *7&  341ml tlO  Blue Water minced, krlsps, fries or  Fish Sticks 088  680g *JP  Gainsborough mini or reg  Tart Shells 188  198/22Sg X  BAKERY  Sour Dough  Crusty Rolls  Pkg o(6  l49  Unsliced  Bread  4S4g  Cherry or Blueberry  Cheese Cake  8"  Lemon Sponge  Multi-Grain Rolls  Pkg 016  J35  2"  ]59  Dutch Oven Bread  454g (yeast free)  Thursday,  Plan your  ������������..  _e^mw_m_ "    m  ^ese great  specials!  * SEAFOOD *  Fresh  Snapper  Fillets  lb  7.25 kg  329  Fresh  Salmon Fillets  14.51 kg  Frozen  FishCakes  4.39 kg  7491b  ]99Ib  * MEAT ��-  ���CanodoGr. A.  Beef .Rib  Steaks  9.90 kg  4491b  'Fresh - Bonless  Pork Butt  Roast  5.05 kg  2291b  Lean  Ground  Beef  5.49 kg  2491b  ���nl  Short Ribs ]49 JJj  Freybe - Old Fashion  Ham Nuggets       ��49 JJj  Hampton House  Chicken Nuggets ff95  1.36kgbox ea %M  Fletcher reg or  All Beef Weiners 049  alSO g pkg ea mt  Royal Fancy  Chicken Weiners 149  480 g pkg ea X  Van's  Turkey Weiners 149  450 g pkg ea X Coast News, June 28,  1993  I.R. INDUSTRIES^  We service:  ��� Cars ��� BsMls ��� 4x4s ���  ��� Light & I leas-v irucks ���  Full Mechanical >V Electrical Services  ALL WORK GUARANTEED       886-0151 (24 hn)  Mobile service * Engine Rebuilds IAN RED)  fr D/B CRANE RENTALS LTdT^\  24 Hour Crane Service  Hydraulic Truck Crane  Phone (daytime) 884*5266  \\   Alter 5:00 pm.... 885-6261   J)  HH COMSTWO-l-TIOM  New Home^1lea^aa��a*a^n(~Addl��tontV  .  free Estimate,!  loime UwsnreHfcy  ROKlniS CRMK    R C   V0N1V0  f^-\W     POMFRET  "^^"ICONSTRUCTIOM  Selective Land Clearing < Design Consulting  HR! S41 C5, Qlbtont, B.C. V0N-1VQ   Hww 6868900  r Thank You N  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell Ihem  you found them in  k    The Coast News    >  ^g.      ftwwlto^ftmUians  ���pO^* FiMnrtokkif  HOMES ftfawwiniiiasiNi'  )Mstttisliktit'ijSi.mi)M  DONFAIRHUR.9T886-0964  W.D. EXCAVATING  il     i  AUTO UPMOISTMV  ���Soett ��� Door Ponoli ��� Hoedllnorf  ��� Carpeta ��� Vinyl Tops ��� Convertf Mm ���  K. Olsen 885-7072  CLEANING SERVICES  M  SECHELT RADIATORS-  Complete Cooling Sytlem Service Centre  I  I  ,',  ,  ,  a   a .  I  .  .   .  I   a   a  ,   i   ,   i  u, K��|*nl, .v K. |,| R.���I-. Heatei Cores, * i..a�� tanks  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  Ness Iscal k Krlxalll ��� 11a I up ��v Delivery   -*-*-)iaaahaa>aaa*aasaa>      '  4319 S.C. Hw��.  Across front Sunsliine (.Nt  F M���n. s.ar.  885-7986  "sW*6A>W TJi I UMWti��Ul LTO*~  kalQtire  If we sell it... we guarantee it!  m��m>mttrm��,9tmiwx.m_^w  Skookum Janitorial Services  WINDOWS ��� CARPI lb - (.111 It RS  LONSlRUCllONC.il AN III1  100 ���. SATIS!ACTION GUARANIltD  885-7506  CONCRETE SERVICES  r Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you lell them  you Tound them in  k    The Coast News    a  totrs.Ni atonrf  laTMal Jl   *****'���  -��� ��� * at  ataraaasak I  Q.M.S. Excavating  Reasonable & Negotiable  Rates  Gunner Chrlitlinten  886-8463 S9C7RR1  . Gibtoni, BC VON 1V0  jSkJmm\  HtSB   CONSTRUCTION  MMMaMTUL ^t\   COMAtfBCaVM.  NEW HOMES, RENOVATIONS, ADDITIONS  FREE ESTIMATES  LAURIE LACQVtTSKY  _"\   I.I III K HOIK VI Sl.KVK 1  ��� ExrawallnK         -BaiWIIIInK       .Drainage  ���Demnllllnn  ��� lamlsiatH'         .lim linpaiilSSplHllond  ���Retaining  Conslructhm                OearliiR  Walls  MHoni     m!9 886-8538  DOX 1221,  ^ suiviu       ����� 220-8767  filllSONS DC J  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE       Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  ^     Main.-Fri.6-6 S.il 8-6 Sun  10-V  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  D & P CONCRETE  IMAGING & FINISHING  Residential and Commercial  ACI Ccilillcd  Denis Turenne       Paul Desautcls  HHfi-0340 885-5492  Fastrac BACKHOE k  TRUCKING SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS C*.  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ���EXCAVATIONS ,���...   .,.  ��� WATER LINES  ��� clearing       STEVE JONES   886-8269  SUNTEK  DEC-KING      PER MA RAIL  Specializing in vinyl decking,  aluminum, cedar & glass railings  886-8123  1 -800-565-4 366  r  TRIGON CONSTRUCTION  ��� RENOVATIONS UNLIMITED  e COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL  JOE BRADY 884-9257  fS. MADILL CONTRACTING  All types of concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate linishing.  OaaWy&t-atMteWMfe rhMKWMMT  M*mi<Xe*-moe) ttiwi Munri  Seaway Construction  Excavating ��� 416 Caterpillar. Backhoe  New Home Construction. Garages  Additions * Septic Systems, etc.  885-0621  HEATING  cr  ASHWARD CONTRACTING  Residential Construction to Lock-Up  ��� FOUNDATION ��� FRAMING ���  ��� PLAN DESIGN ��� DRAFTING  HOWARD ASHMORE ��� 885-6443  A Complete  Asphalt Seivice  FREE ESTIMATES  SUN-COAST PAVING LTD.  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  Telephone  885-2726  land Charing        885-3469  frwffi",     886-8053  $..*��� Devwopment -f-T TVNw  ^CtPEXCA'  free estimates .  ���ia.  ^  DENNIS MULLIGAN  Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  24 Hr. t Emergency Service  Bus:886-8572 Home:885-7085 Fax:884-5392  fORHIilSTOMTIS M-JJj^^  ���tStUaiVMaTrOS.il  SKCHEI.T FIRE PLACE  & GAS CENTRE  ��� fi.as ' Wood  ��� Coailaslowi'S ��� Zfto Clf.if.mca  ��� -II Vt'nlmg Systrms ��� Complete S.ilcs H lnst,,ll,  ��� Ou.ililii'rt Di'.il, t ��� Certified Trchiucans ���  NIK >ll K< >< >M ,V   It   \lll I HUH*  :,t>:<i n /,.,,/ h,i sn.'>-7 I / I  Commercial/Residential  Fully Guaranteed  aftAMsaMaftflMOr "e-Rool & Repair  m_Q_________m       specialists  ThecraaTiraaaMaax^9ra*a*MatTnali  886-0920  \   FORM RENTALS  2FT-4FT-6FT-8FT  Quick Strip Forms  PENINSULA FOMM RENTALS  : Phone 885*0308    Fax 885-2774  ROOFING  Specializing In all types of  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886*2087 eves ouArlmJ  A �� T ENTERPRISES: Cmtruotlon ���onrloM  S.rvl-g The Co.it Sine. 1005  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  ���M-aWsa  T. WON0, MX tn, OIMONS, I.C. VON 1V0  Furnaces, Fireplaces. Hot water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  Call NOW 811-7111  Showroom: <73 Poyne Rd, Gibsons        j  Swanson's  ��Ready-Mlx Ltd.  ��� aaaawn ���} ��� Account* ���. |���     FAX     ���,  |    885-9666   [j    8855333    11    885Z226   |  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box 172, 5417 Burnel Rd., Sa-chcll, B.C.VON 3A0  na  OB DKBION & CONSTRUCTION  Quality Building fi Custom Milh/vork  FMqidential - Cornmarclal  an ASMS dniBN TBU BSS-zlias? Robnrce Creek  PAGER: ie79941<J(TDLLFREE]  DESIGN  GRAEMAR tpONSTRUCTlON  FsOUNOATONS ��� FRAMING  RENOVATIONS ���ADDITIONS  FI^ISH^^��3.V1I-WWOOD SIDING  EMERALD DESIGNS  RESIDENTIAL DESIGN & COITItACnNG  COMMERCIAL INTERIOR DESIGN  i>  886-3969  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  STK EXCAVATING  & ROAD BUILDING  e Land Cbaring ��� Drrvewoys  .Drainage ��� landscaping  ��� Retaining Walli  ��� SondiGfove/i  ��� Septic Systems ��� Elc.  "Quality e%  Punctuality"  '886-9020        Trucking Bob Gunwy   Excavating  Azimuth Excmting  ��� Land Clearing & Development  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  Wo otter 1 hill line at  Sonlcoo with our  HITACHI EXCAVATOR  Our Customer Service is  prompt with professional  work at competitive rates  V Ken Blrkln��885-7487��Cell. 871*6411.  PROPANE INC.  . Auto Propsne  ��� Appliances  > Quality B.B. 0's  M5-2360  Hwy 101, across St.  Irom Big Mac's. Sechelt  nuu' Clt'aninq Fire Boxes  An Du  885-7670     Ki-vidi-nt.al&Con  Cell. 880 7655  Rkk DnLong  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  DRYWALL SERVICE  BOARDING, TAPING, TEXTURING  No Job Too Small  FREE ESTIMATES CALL MIKI 8864040  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  a.    The Coast News    ,  r  MJ.J. Vinyl Siding  Soffits, FA.SIA, Shutters  CEDAR SIDING  1  <i  tied Cocker  Phone 885-6065  PO Box 1596  Sechelt, B.C.  VUN3A0y  ^t<  Free Estimates  886-7571  Thomas Electrical Contracting  Reg. Electrician  No. 17933  SI 8-1 emu  Jay Thomas Gibson., von ivo  Wi   RVNII'fCONmUCTIONLTD.  ^^ Cuslom hom��$ ��� Small commercial  Renovations ��� Forming ��� Framing * Finishing  lw HHMnwmH M3-J774  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial  Industrial  JOE McCANN Rtg. 10131  CaNU-i-9902  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing,* Oevtjtopnient  Cam Mackenzie ,: "*  i   X  SW-      "^ la-  8864588 QH P ^*  Cellular      W.  240*8314  CONTOUR  5    DESIGN  & Installation  Ceramic Tile,'Carpet & Blinds  VSHOWBOOsVieilHW IOI'GlBSOHS-BC ���PH.TWI 866-3191  RflMW Interior Docoiulliiy  Complete Interior Design  Free Eslimales on  Painling tWalwiem.  m_mm_mm Loast News, June to,  i ����j  a \ c  electronics  Wayne larsen is pleased to announce that &\ojlit__Bmi>  is now providing repairs and setvice to most makes and  models of radios, TV's, VCR's, CD's, stereos, and camcorders.  Take your components to one of our convenient depots:  Roberts Creek Store, Seaside Video in Wilson Creek,  Vkleo Etc. or Max Music in Gibsons; or:  Visit our shop at Williamsons Landing. Residential pick up  and delivery can be arranged at a nominal cast.  Call Wayne at 886-2962  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  Big and wonderful, 'old  ycller' here needs a home  with a bit of room to roam. If  you are interested in a four  footed companion, call the  SPCA at 886-CARE or visit  the centre on Henry Road.  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  m  HOME IMPROVEMENTS    .s.���������,:  VINYL si CEDAR SIDING     U-So.iL,  Mm ������S-S9S1    bej-b aSS-3613  /Was/"  MARINE SERVICES  wShip Shape Props  BOAT PflOPEUER REP/UBS * SERVICE  "8HP SHAPE SERVICE"  Camll Boliy, Proprietor R.R. 1, Maeon Rood  PH:MJ-527��(Bue.) Sechett, B.C.  IM-M,0(Hes.) VON SAO  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  . KITCHENS * BATHROOMS ���  886-9411  sS-tfluter  250-3376  PRECISE PMNTING & PIASTER  ��� Complete Custom Painting  ��� Texture  ��� All Phases of Drywall  ��� journeyman Workmanship  Neale Free  886-0928 Estimates  t Thank You N  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  The Coast News    j  ~K  weeaneer  ,Marina 6? Resort Ltd  Located in Secrel Cove 885-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 vears  PARTS - SALES ��� SEHVICE -REPAIRS  K 4 C Thermoglass -^ V^U  Cobra Boats now   a*1***     '���" ��' ���'*- '"  In-Stock  ��� .'.l-^MIJSaa'L  "outboards  r COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  For the finishing touch  Eric's Drywall  give us a call  88.v60T>2  The Renaissance Renovator  ��� minor repairs  ��� maintenance  imaginative renovations  lfyears in residential construction  QUALITY WOBK  ERIC JAMES-885-6096  ���Teeettimotei .  MECHANICAL SERVICES  H_  ENTERPRISES  INSULATION  ^ Thank You ~  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News   _  LANDSCAPING  MOBILE WELDING .AND FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS  STEEL�� STAINLESS * ALUMINUM   SERVING THE FOHEST, MARINE ANO CONSTRUCTION INDUSTfllES  ON THE SUNSHINE COAST  HOWARD LANG qqc_Q0��H uaSiai I  1215 REED RD  GIBSONS OOD~3��0l M��*U*��y  r Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you lell them  you found them in  .    The Coast News    a  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  4)     *8      LANDOCAPINO    lift  885-5954^gg^^  VAUIYOtOVINOUtSMS  ��� NEW POOLS   .UNER REPLACEMENT  ��� ALL ACCESSORIES i POOL REBUILDING  ��� FULL LINE OF SPAS SPECIALISTS  Call Bill 885-6477  Whistler's Landscaping  Fencing ��� Turf ��� Drainage  Retaining Walls (Rock)  Residential and Commercial  Free Eitimates: Pat 885-2870  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  ���a*  731 North Rd., Oibaoni 886-2912  S & G TREE SERVICE  i  Topping ��� Trimming aprunlng ��� Brush Chipper  " Danger Tree Removal  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Years E*a-��Hence  885-3887  Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you lell them  you found them in  The Coast News    >  arts centre  The Sunshine Coasl Aits Council has gol some great ways to get  in out of the heat this summer. Thirteen workshops for young and old  will he offered in July and August at thc jusl completed art and music  studio located behind the arts council gallery in Sechell.  Thc new building is the perfect home for art classes, much needed  on lhe Coasl.  Professional artists all living on the Coasl will offer their unique  talents through hands on classes, from tye-dying lo papcrmaking.  Raku poller Ron Patterson will let students glaze one of his creations  and then visit his studio lo Are il. Kids can learn to make kites, jewelry, cartoons and even painl a T-shirt. For thc more serious young  arlists Emily Carr College of Art instructor and artist Doug Bidcn  will teach prinlmaking and well known artist and book illustrator  Greta Guzek will teach silkscreen. Adults can take in watercolour  painling outdoors with professional artist Stan Kclshaw or try pastels  with Jan Bryant Pynter who works and exhibits on the Coast.  by Wendy Haddock  Senior Men's Tuesday, June  IS results - 40 golfers played  low net. First at 62, Tom Held;  second at 63, George Langham;  third at 65, Eric Antila and  Hugh Maginnis; fourth at 67,  Roy LaFave, and fifth at 68  saw a six-way tie.  KP 3, Jerry Holmes, KP 6,  Murrcll Smith. Winner of the  Match Play Championship was  Jay Deyman.  Winner of the S Table Ford  Championship was Jim Buntain  who defeated Niel Reeder on  the first playoff hole.  Ladies Day June 17:  The Pender Harbour Golf  Club's Ladies Club celebrated  its seventh birthday wilh a lin-  cheon  Prior to thc luncheon 27  ladies played a four ball best  ball scramble and the winners  were:  First, Helen Crabb, Enid  Harrison, Lou Donald, Vivian  Tcaport and Wendy Haddock.  Second, Ev Tapio, Shirley  Dumma, Blanch Paton and  Vera Love. Third, Sylvia Thirlwell, Erica Wright, Ev  Jaquated and Joyce Reid.  5 YEARS AGO  Free at lasl - Sechelts independent. After 19 years of struggling and negotiating wiih federal and provincial governments, Sechelt Indian band chief  Tom Paul signed lhe final  papers establishing thc Sechelt  Indian Government Dislricl.  Mill manager Harry Cargo of  Canfor's Port Mellon Mill was  among those welcomed into  Canfor's 25-year club last week.  Gibsons had thc largest contingent of long service employees  lo he honoured at a banquet in  (Vancouver which brought  together 136 people from across  Canada.  10 YEARS AGO  Thc historic light-ship Clairc-  Annc will find a new home in  Gibsons if Economic Development Commissioner Odvin  Vedo has his way. Thc historic  vessel is being restored by ils  present owner and has been told  il musl leave ils present berth in  Vancouver.  Hydro and telephone service  have finally come lo East  Egmont. An afternoon lea al thc  home of Mrs. Florence Williams  is held to murk thc occasion.  One hundred fifly Sechelt  residents attended thc banquet at  Chatelech secondary school as il  honoured its first graduates.  25 YEARS AGO  Officials of Coasl Cable  Vision announced that thc initial  response lo ihe commercial survey made by the company in  Sechell and Gibsons has been  most promising and now confirm that multi-channel television and FM radio facilities will  he made available in lhe Sechcil  and Gibsons area Ihis year.  35 YEARS AGO  Two hardy old Scotsmen  who have been fishing oul of  Pender Harbour for many years  have left again for Ihe fishing  grounds. Angus Kerr and his  brother Peter, aged 84 and 71)  respectively, have lefl in Iheir  gillncttcr for another season.  45 YEARS AGO  Sechelt will soon have a hank  of ils own. Notice has heen posted in lhe building formerly used  by the government telegraphs  lhat thc Bank of Montreal will  occupy Ihe premises in lhe near  fulurc.  m  HAPPY BIRTHDAY  CANADA  (M!U 1S.4  28   0750 4.6  MO    1450 11.9  1905 10.4  FRI TIME HT. FT.  1)330 14 1  2   1105 16  FR    1850 15.0  2350 11.5  0105 15.1  29   0845 3.5  TU   1620 12.9  2030 11.3  SAT TIME HT. FT.  04?0'' Y3 8  3    1150       15  SA   1930    15.2  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Time  0150 14 8  30   0935 2.5  WE   1725 13.9  2145 11.8  SLWIWE HT.FT.  ��� ''  '0040 ' 111  4   0515     13 5  SU    1230      17  2000     16.3  01M0 14.5  1    1025 1.9  TH   1810 14.5  2255 11.7  Ihr.aomm paaMtaaalfl lasasaaselart aatrlaa  anat7<ntn la*.aehIS.as.taall,    Tide Tables Courtesy of  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Community Programming  Coast Cable 11  Monday  June 28,1993  7:00pm  Elphlnstona Secondary School  School Leaving Ceremonies  "LIVE"  Full coverage ol the ceremonies and  scholarship & bursary presentations. This  year our coverage is highlighted by a grad  slide presentation produced by graduating  student Kelly Robertson.  Wednesday  7:00pm  June 30, 1993  Chatelech Secondary School  Commencement Ceremonies  "LIVE"  Full coverage of the ceremonies and  scholarship & bursary presentations from  Chatelech Secondary School.  CLIP & SAVE  0 BcreRRies Schedule  886-2242  HORSESHOE BAY ��� LANGDALE  Leave Langdale  6:20 am       4:30 pm  8:30 6:30  10:30 8:20 M  12:25 pmM  10:10*  Leave Horseshoe Bay  7:30 am     5:30 pm  9:30 M       7:25 M  11:30        9:15  1:15 pm    11:00'  3:30  EARLS COVE  Leave Earls Cove  2:20*  6:40 am  8:20  10:30  4:30 pm  6:30  6:30  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  SALTERY BAY  Leave Saltery Bay  1:30*  5:45 am    3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:30 M      7:30  11:30       9:20  .   ���trmmmn-taavim,  Mevericklai  lea* ten's CewMt am. leave Se��ary let 1 :�����.��.  IQAS^EWS 14  Coast News, June 28, 1993  Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Run yortr classified ad 6> times  artel pay for only 2 times!   Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Executive style custom view home,  2,600 * sq tt, 3 levels, 2 bdrms,  plus master suile, 2 kitchens, 2-1/2  baths, vaulted ceilings. 2x6 walls,  cedar exterior / decks. Exceptional  yard, much more, finest neighbour-  hood. 4990 Panorama Dr., Garden  Bay. 883-2687 eves. ss  Private 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  Lol I Mountainview Drive, partial  view lol, level and cleared in a  quiet cul-de-sac with all underground seivices. Private panhandle access. Ready to build your  dream home. $79,000. Call 886-  3812 or 328-5534. ss  ROBERTS CREEK  4.5 acres ot beautilul treed secluded properly with seasonal creek.  Asking $119,000. Call Craig or  Heather 686-2352 >27w  LOWER GIBSONS  2600 sq. It. 4 bdrm. custom built,  older home on 2 levels. Two lots,  rrsagralicent view, $289,000. duplex  zoned. 886-3281. ��27w  FOR SALE BY BUILDER  Cape Cod style, entry level living  area, (replace, 3 bdrm.. 21/2 bath,  nice quiet neighbourhood. Close to  all amenities. Ready tor occupancy  Sept. 1/93. Asking $179,900. Call  Craig or Heather 886-2352.127w  Parksville, Vancouver Island,  beautilul country setting on 5.4  acres. 1500 sq. It., 3 bdrm. rancher. Part bsmt., gas FP, 2 car  garage. Duck pond, total southern  slope exposure. Asking $285,000.  Ph. 1-468-9551. I28w  Lot wanted, suitable tor building.  Sechell to Hallmoon Bay area.  Reasonably priced. Cash buyer.  885-4557. I26w  LOT FOR SALE LANGDALE  Lot 16 Jensen Road, $66,600.  Lovely new subdivision minutes  Irom lerry, all hookups at property  line. Build your dream home on 65'  by 151' lot. Must soil, call Melinda  Bogdanich 430-6655 C.T. Realty  or (home) 421-2520 collect I27w  House in Selma Park. 2 bdrms.  Yard, workshed 885-0462 I28cn  3,300 sq tt plus double garage. 2x6  constr. 3 yrs old. 5 bdrms. 3 baths,  3 l/p's, partial view. Gibsons.  $279,000.885-7749. i26w  Four bdrm home plus 1 bdrm suits.  West Sechelt, excellenl investment. $145.000.685-5764.     ss  8023 Southwood Rd. 3 bdrms, tarn  rm. 2 balhims, oil heat 4 wood, RV  shelter, garage. Root cellar i lots  more. No appl. necessary. Fuller 4  Assoc. 885-9323. I28cn  PANORAMIC VIEW, beautilul new  West Coast contemporary home,  2460 sq. It. Private, sundrenched  decks with stunning view ot Howe  Sound. Large sunny kitchen, 2 F/P,  3 bdrms. and study, huge master  suite w/jacuzzi soaker. A true  dream home, $289,000.880-1230  or 1-926-8451 or 880-6904 ��28*  3 bdrm. 2 lull bath rancher on  duplex lot, 1 1/2 yis., 1173 sq.ft.,  vaulted ceiling, sundeck in rear,  12x16 workshop, single carport, 3  appis.. $139,900. 886-7141. ��2Bw  DROPOFF YOUR  Coast News  Monday Edition  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  It*J STORE 885-8555  In Roberts Creek  ROHERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-MOO  m     In Sechelt     IH  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockslde Pharmacy)  886-2622  Dave Orr and hie areat null wM hdp you place  your classified!, al AC Building Supplies, one of  our Friendly People Places In Fender Harbaa��.  Costa Rica plantation/ranch at  Cabo Blanco National Reserve  deeded one hectare view lot,  amidst tropical jungle, orchards  and pastures with horse stables  and nding lo the white sand beaches. Security oriented. Owner 883-  2450. I26w  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOGUE  5666 Cosvoa SI. Boa 1219  Sechell. BC . VON 3*0  ���aa-aiiFAxsM-iaet  Van Toll Fraa�� I  TOPSOIL  Screened lop soil at reasonable  rate.WD Excavating.886-9764or  colli. 11-220-152 H Ns  ������������  MORTGAGE  LOANS  lets from 5.75%  Mi fromIMS  ��� Purchases  ���Refinance  ��� Quick Approvals  aOuamybyphone  Call lor a Iree consultation  240-9672  Ray Quan  24 hrs/7 days a Week  PASSPORT MORTGAGE  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  Autos  It  23  /TN  Barter & Trade  Bald and Breakfast  18  90  2  [GREAT  Business and Horn*  Services  SS  VK/ty  Business Opportunibes M  Campari  ChtldCare  25  37  Commercial for Rant  32  Entertainment  33  saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal  For Rant  For Sale  31  21  \ws  Found  11  Ubituanes ***"  a  Free  It  Personal  t  Furniture  SO  Pats & Livestock  12  Garage Sales  17  Recreation  1  Heavy Equipment  22  Storage  30  Help Wanted  34  Thank You  S  Home & Property  1  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Lost  10  Wanted  IS  Marina  2S  Wanted to Rent  at  Mobil* Homes  27  Waddings &  Motorcycles  Music  2S  IS  Engagements  WorkWanted  t  at  iiunutt  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellent condition, very dean,  newly painted t renovated featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. It. deck, Iridge 4 stove  included, washer 8 dryer optional.  Excellent localion, close to terry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122, 1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad renl  $195 886-8095. $39,900. Call lo  view. TFNs  Soames Point. 932 Feeney. View.  F.S.B.0.3 yr. Jemish Colonial, 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suite, 2 F/P, 3  baths, double garage, shake rool,  French windows. $245,900. 886-  0081,351-7666 alter Bpm.     SS  GARY WHITE  886*8107 ��� 1-351-4390  View lot Bay Road, Davis Bay,  60x12511. $62,000. 685-9417 or  885-1939. ��27w  48 x 330* of prime low bank waterfront in Gibsons Haibour near Gibsons Marina. House needs repair  but could be lined up lor recreational or rental use. Property  zoned Tourist Commercial (C-2).  Double garage plus storage shed.  $189,500. Phone Jennifer 1-689-  7070. ss  One acre in peaceful lower  Roberts Creek. Partially cleared  with nice trees. Exceptional property al the end ol the road. $135,000.  886-7372. ��26cn  3 bdrm, 2 level house, Madeira  Paik. 30x15 woikshop. 85x240 lot.  $97,000,074-2213 ��27cn  By owner-1-1/2 yr new, 3 BR  rancher. Some ocean 4 mtn. view.  $179,900. Wally 886-3862: 6:30  pm. ��30cn  View lot on Martin Rd.. Gibsons.  Sewer at water. 50x132. 886-8201  orB8Lv8233 I27cn  New view home. 6327 FvcarjIiyW.  Sechelt. 3,400 sq ti Beautifully finished up 4 down. Too many features to list $296,000 685-2556.  ��7cn  752 Hwy. 101,50x268 lot. 3 bdrm.  older house, $165,000.886-9049  Geoff and Melody Butcher an  pleased lo announce lhe birth ol  Hannah Elyse, May 26,1993, 6  pounds, 9 ounces, at 100 Mile  House, BC. Proud grandparents  are Brian and Emma Butcher Graham and Pearl McLean.    ��26cn  Murphy, Kevm Is Lam are pleased  toawtnouiTOlheBrthofltvaraJaWJ-  tlful daughter, Serena May, bom  June 8,1993, weighing 7 pounds,  4 ounces. Proud grandjavents are  Kevin and Bale Murphy, Don and  Marlon Black. Greel-giani-iperents  aie Em Sack and Pat and Fred  Shumate. Special thanks to the  nursing stall, Dr. Overhill and Dr.  Rogers,-* St. Maiy's.      I26cn  CAVALCADE DECORATIONS  Sea Cavalcade decorating supplies at Maiy's Variety, 273 Gower  PI. Rd.. Gibsons. 886-8077. ��26w  I.F.A. CLASS  starting July 12  WEST COAST  nRSTAJDTRAJNING  885*4757  Acupressure student and reflexologist available. Relieves stress and  tension. Reasonable rates. 886-  9234. I28w  1-amSldnDlsta-lMto*.  88S-J517.  #27w  DR. GRANT WOOD  is pleased lo announce that  he will continue to  welcome previous &  new patients at the  GIBSONS  OPTOMETRY  CLINIC  Apple. Tues-Sal ��� 886-7211  PRIVATE TUITION  Experienced fully qualified teacher  available, day or evening sessions.  Adults, high school and elementary  students. 8886488. ��27w  with: art woikshop, goody  bags, lacepalntlng & fun.  Call 885-6203  lo book yours!  Attention all past, present and  future herbal, weight loss customers. Great news. Our low price  of $48/set continues. So get a  jump on summer using a  Manchurian herbal product. Call  Debbie now at 886-2238.   I27w  The Exhibition  of the  Terry Boat Ride"  by Greta Guzek  continues.  Serigraphs available at  m Show Piece Gallery S  280 Gajsaarr I'oml Road.  GataMn'.Lanalng- 886 9213  Sunahlne Coaal Transition  House. A safe place tor women  and children In crisis. Free confidential 24 hour sWVk��. U5-2S44  TFN  BANNERMAN: Passed away June  22.1993, James Frederick Ban-  nerman. late ol Sechalt, age 82  years. Survived by his loving wife  Mary; one brother wntiam (Rebecca) of Kelowna; lour sisters Flora  Eagleson ot Calgary; Vera  Knowles ol Vancouver; Nana War-  man of Coquitlam; Eunice Harper  of Powell Riven sister-in-law Jean  Stitt ot Prince George; many  nieces and nephews. Service was  held Friday. June 25 in the chapel  ol Devlin Funeral Home, Gibsons.  Reverend Stan Sears olficiated.  Cremation. No llowers by requesl.  Donations appreciated to Sechell  Senior Citizens Branch 69.or St.  Mary's Hospital Aux. Sechelt  Branch. ��*26cn  BROOKS ��, MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints I  r riertdl,-Pmnte     jf'^sVa  ��, All Colour, ol   ,7jerol  lhe llanihom       <l at*  nKlodio_t (.naavs'l  Bill Wood     fl...  SECHELT  A Bus 885-29231  Res. 885-5058  TENTERSI  Boothi R.V. Paik is now accepting  overnight tenting. NC.nt4.TFNs  Ready Soon! 10 more lully serviced RV sites - long term/short  term - ovemHers - tent campers -  showers/laundry/hiking trails/5  mins. to terry and 2 shopping centres. Book now - Top ol Cemetery/  Keith Rd. 886-9764 or 220-1526 or  886-0071. TFNs  Jenniler Holm, formerly ol Intra  Travel, Sechelt, wishes to thank  her clients and Iriends lor their  kindness and consideration during  her recent spinal injury and temporary absence Irom the travel industry. I27w  Life is hard it seems sometimes.  Then it passes like the lite ol time.  Thank goodness that the memories linger on.  For those are precious lor me and  you. That bond we have the bond  we still do.  In loving memory of my dear mother. Molly Connor. From the Connor  tamily. I26cn  n  Happy 85th  Birthday Dad!  fhrnGmnd Joyce  Very active S/W/M tilties, new to  the area, seeks energetic happy  petite lady forty to 55 lor companion. My interests include golf, hiking, nature, gardening and more.  Reply to Box 61, Madeira Paik,  BC.VON2HO. 126*  S/W/M/. N/S, with hobby larm  seeks lem. companion, N/S and  physically lii. Interested in  boating/lishing/hiking. Box 542.  Gibsons. BC VON 1V0.      I28w  COUNSELLING  Working with anger, depression,  chronic pain. Mary Pinniger, MA  RCC. 885-0687. ��26w  C.A.M.E.O. Singles Club - pot luck  dinners, luncheons, dancing, hiking, camping, barbeques, crib.  886-3354,885-9966.        ��26w  SHRINKING YOUR DREAMS  to match your income? Let's  reverse the process. 8850345.  ���28w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  685-3917. TFNs  /Massac* Thuapist^  Naturopath  Effective June 30  PlIKdl >Udl. ��MT    bl. Baylty. Hu  886-0218      886-0341  Mon In SM Tun. 8:30-5)0  Stilt lot-ted et the Qtmom  Heettti Cetwe  L 721 Winn Rd lb-ode post oticel  3 lost cats, King Rd. Gibsons. 1)  white w/dark patches, male, short  hair, blue collar; 2) small labby  white maikings on body 4 Iront leg  med-long hair, female, pink collar;  3) white a orange male, short hair,  Ilea collar. Call collect 1-264-8804  mornings, Sandy. ��26cn  Small sculptured metal biplane  taken Irom the eaves ol my condo.  Veiy sentimental value. Pis. return.  886-2101. ��26w  Black border collie X, lem., white  chest. Lost Mon. near Sechelt centre, wearing red collar with lag.  885-2657. ��26w  11 yr. old. neut. male purebred  bluepoinl Siamese. Extremely  crossed blue eyes. Redrooffs 4  Evans area. 685-0774.      ��26w  Pair of reading glasses on E. Porpoise Bay Rd. 885-2235 or 885-  5516 eves. ��28cn  Siamese cal Veterans 4 Carol  Place area. 886- 3011.     ��26w  June 23 in Salvation Army Thrill  store, beige 8 black artwork top,  would the lady who bought it  please call 886-9520.       ��26w  A BEST painting at bargain   prices. Relerences prove It. , hi(le.a+    pick up ., Rob8rls  Minor rep.lr.and renovations. -^^9ore        #26w  Call Roman 980-4709.    I26cn       Found on hwy. Woodcreek Park, 1  pr. men's bilocals, dark Iramed.  886-3856. I26cn  Used building materials in good  cond. 8 buildings lo be demolished. Sunco Recycled Building  Materials, 5653 Whart Rd.,  Sechell. 885-8889. Recycle 8  Save. TFN  Mid-sized chest Ireezer in good  working older. 885-3251.   ��26w  Impoverished renter looking tor  Airstream trailer In good condition.  21'to 30'. Will pay up to $6,000.  886-9665. TFNS  Kayacking lile belt; crab traps.  Phone or lv. mess. 886.7355.  TFNs  Fridge, scuba diving equipment.  885-4666. ��26w  Rabbit hutch, tree or cheap. 886-  0478. #26w  t/2 or 3/4 ton 4X4 pickup truck,  auto., all in good cond. Price range  of $300010 $5000; 14' to 16' aluminum boat c/w 15 to 20 HP motor  and trailer; single person kayak c/w  acces. 885-5505. I27w  Handyman lor all round general  home repair. Good rales. 686-  4558. ��26w  Set ol captain chairs with wooden  spindle backs. Solid oak lable.  White Irdge/lreezer and stove, pair  ol French doors. 8866836.    ss  Oars/oar locks, lile belts. Call 886-  7355 lv. mess. TFNs  Old tractor tires, or any wide light  tire - cheap $$$. 886-7355 lv.  mess. TFNs  Commodore 64 Monitor, printer,  and any software. 886-3067.I27W  Two 25'-30' ramps for float. Call  685-4452. ��27w  Wanted - discarded/used saw  blades to up 10' diameter. 865-  9997. I27w  Propane oven stove, good cond,  also propane water heater. 885-  3192. *28w  Adull children ot Alcoholics or dysfunctional families please call 886-  3849 or 885-4622 tor help.    NC  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7883,24 hour line.       TFN  Sunshine art studio1 Individualized  children's lun summer art school.  Limited enrolment. Pre-register,  call 8868782. ��27cn  Free to loving tamily. Handsome 5  yr old Golden Retriever in trim condition, Loves getting brushed, playing with children t taking long  walks. Hates balhs t being lied up.  Good guard dog. Present family  away loo often. Ph: 885-4099.  ��27cn  Adorable Rhodesian Ridge Back X  puppies lor sale, $75, great tamily  pel, good with children. Phone  I28w  DR. MV Ma  wishes to announce  lhal she will be taking a  3 monlh sabbatical  commencing July I  and is pleased lo Introduce  ML ANN HANMNN  who will be available In  her absence lo see  patients at the  Sechell Medical Clinic.  STARVED PUPPY  SPCA'S Care Fund Helps  A six-month-old puppy was recently rescued Irom a situation ol cruel  neglect. He was near death Irom  starvation - and we had a decision  to make: put him down or help tint  try to live. Wa chose to help Nm.  He's a brave little guy, he's lighting  hard, and he's getting better, but  he has suffered a lot 4 the cost oi  veterinarian care, even at the  reduced rale given us, will be  approx $400. Please help us help  this puppy. Please send your  cheques to SPCA's newly created  CARE Fund, PO Boa 2094,  Sechelt, VON 3AO.        I26W  Small gentle black poodle needs  loving adult home. 3 yrs. old lem.,  all shots, $150 firm. 885-3921.  ���26cn  FOR LEASE OR  LEASE TO BUY  (My facilities). 5 yr halt-Arab bay  gelding, trained English, exc. disposition and conlirmation  $150/,ntt,. 886-0995. TFN  PYRAMID DOG TRAINING  Privale classes, problem solving,  certified trainer. 886-2654. ��26cn  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Dog I cat boarding. Dog training,  'Science Diet* pet loods. 886-  8568. TFN  African Pigmy goals. Does, bucks,  kids. Excel, pets and bush clearing. 883-2990  TAPE DUPLICATION  Phone Ross 886-0478      I26w  Piano Tuning  mt     ��� repairs  j__^l ' *,PP"lMl'  Ken Dalgleish  886*2843  Dstsm  OftAWIX  FLYERS  .Jer ALL i-OUROMMC NUD8  "A"-885-0244  Dow someone in your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 885-7484. 886-9059.  Al-Aleen 886-2565 or 885-7464.  TFN  BOOT HILL RV PARK  Available immediately ��� 2 view  sites with full hookups, caUeviiion  and phone service at sites.  $225/mo. n> lo 30 feet. Very Top  ol Cemetery/Keith Rd. Ph: 886-  9784 or 220-1526. TFNs  T-teTGFURIITURE  Stephen Carrol will be displaying  his crall every Sat. behind the  Shadow Baux Gatsry, Cowrie SL,  Sechalt VVeather pt*i-rnitling.#33cn  Costa Rica, 3 bdrm. house In  Tango Mar Beach and Golf Country Club, all amenities, $400 per  week. 883-2450. ��26w  New World Cruise- July 4th, 7-11  pm, $22 in advance Irom Ticket  Masters. Live entertainnverrt, cash  bar. Information 886-3919.126cn  "A Getaway at Whistler"  "Weekends 4 Holidays stay with"  "* Sea to S*y Condo Ftentals "  ���One Night Free 1-800-667-5529*  ���27w  TROPICAL FISH  Free lish when buying others. 25  cents (. up. 886-9890.      I28cn  Wanled to ten Specs suitable tor  small, private me drawing classes,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Mustbereesorvjble.88tV9665.  TFNs  Beautilul dining suite, 6 high beck  chairs, two with arms, gold velvel  covered seats. Two leaves extend  table to 8 It. Hutch 4 base 8.5 It x  5.5 It. $3000 OBO. Ph: 883-1196  alter 5 pm. <26cn  Wooden rec. room dry bar, arborite  top, $125 OBO. As new twin bed  w/headboard, Irame, used only 6  times. New $400, sell $250 OBO.  886-7736.         ��6w  2 new curved solas, pastels, N.S.  $700 both. 883-2926.        I26w  King-size waterbed in pine trame  with drawers. $250 obo. 883-9178.  ��8cn  Leather couch, 2 chairs, $1600;  hide-a-bed, $600. All like new.  895-5094. ��26w  King size waterbed in pine Irame  with drawers, $250 OBO. 883-  9176. ��26w  Great present-antique Dutch wall  clock, copper lace and weights,  sun and moon plates, $800. 686-  7307. ss  Matching antique style couch and  chair, $250.885-1957/885-3845.  SS  Free ducks, babies, leens, parents.  Will trade lor chicks. 885-0168.  ��28w  Free to good home, one yr. old  chocolate Lab. Needs loving tamily  home with children. Call 886-7700  aft. 6pm. I26w  Gairnge Sailes  Multi-family, 1408 Park Ave., Rbts.  Ck., July 3,9-1pm. No early birds.  ���26w  Multi-family garage sale, Sal., July  3,10-1,522 Shaw Rd.       ��26w  Fridges, stoves, washers, dryers,  d/washers S Ireezers, all recond.  with 90 day to 2 yrs warranty. Ph:  Bjorn 885-7897 or Corner Cupboard 885-4434. ��28cn  Washer propane dryer, good working cond., $150 OBO; woodslove  $125 OBO. 885-7461.       I26w  Apartment size freezer, 1 yr. old,  like new, $125.866-8092.  ��28w  Inglis portable dishwasher $150.  Sears Kenmore washer 1 dryer  $350/pr. 1.2 cu II Panasonic  microwave $100. All in excellenl  working cond. Must be sold. All  oilers considered. 885-3782.127cn  30' white stove, $70; GE washer,  white. $100.886-3714.       TFN  30' Westinghouse elec. ranges.  Good cond. Whils $75. Copper-  lone $125.886-9856.      I26cn  CHAIR REPAIRS  We cart re-glue Ihose  wobbly old chairs.  TIM CLEMENT  ���as- mat e  1044 Sasamount Way. Gibaons  (BaaaatararaafaaaM Sana!  Palliser couch 1 loveseat. Tan  w/wood trim. Asking $300. 886-  2202. ��7cn  10-pce. pine bdrm. set, including  box spring 4 mattress, $1650;  48x72 solid oak table 4 6 chairs,  $1000; 8-pce. pine bdrm. sel,  $695; 5-pce. oak dinette set, $595.  984-2795. ��26cn  Rattan and wicker glass top dinette  suite with cushions. $400 lirm.  685-9517. ��27w  2 yr. old overstuffed couch and  chair with oak show wood, new,  $1700, now $750, l*aVS tamily. Call  885-4040. I27w  Oval table 38x46 with 4 chairs  $180. Romd 36* or oval 46' with 4  chairs $170.865-7585 eves.��7cn  2 recliners $35 ea. Double bed  $50. Alined, and. 885-3911.  12701  Tempered glass 48 x 76 x 4mm.  $25/sheel. 886-2056.       ��28cn  FORD ENGINE  Exc. run. cond., 300 6 Cyl., 1600  OBO. 815-3439 days, 196-2215  eves. TFNs  French doors, exc. cond., oilers?  Manual typewriter, good cond.  885-5683. ��26w  Washer, dryer, good working  cond.,$350/bolh. 8B5-4220J28W  DECEMBER FOREST PRODUCTS High quality split aider firewood cut to any length. Full cord,  $95 plus delivery. Pender Harbour,  Sechelt, Gibsons. B85-O340.i28w  Firewood, $100 lull cord. Phone  Klaus 885-0679, please talk to my  electronic secretary. I28w  Datatrain dual floppy drive computer and 9 pin printer, $450; little  tykes lg. (tollhouse, $50: Ikea high-  chair. $25; Spalding T-llight left-  hand goll clubs 4 bag, $100;  organ, $40; waterbed heater, $20;  umbrella stroller, $10.886-3021.  I28w  ���   - - ��� ������ m I  Custom made FP insert meets Ike |  insurance inspection, $300 OBO.  886-2286 weekends, f-6756817.  weekdays alt. 6pm. ��28w  RASPBERRIES  U-pick or orders taken, totally  organic. Ph. 886-2932 eves.t28w  22 Lfl Martin 81 repeater, $90.  685-7711. I28w  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 wilh  AC/auto fasl charger, one 20-hr.  battery, cig. tighter adapter, $425.  886-7472,9-5. TFN  5th Wheel hookup, 5' cable and  choker and shackles, 16 Ib. rock  hammer, 10 Ib.sledge hammer,  shovels, axes, jack-all, jack, 100 It.  1/2 In. nylon rope; two 850x18  studded tires; 1/2 yard cement  mixer w/elec. motor. 886-9597.  Matot Botanical your simple health  plan. Tony or Lisa. 686-0120.  ���28cn  'Singer' Athena 2000 sewing  machine, 24 decorative stitches,  auto, btittonholer, exc. cond. $300  OBO. 886-2673. I28cn  Used railway Has, great lor retaining walls. 886-8204. ss  TOPSOIL  Gravels, Fill, Sand. Reasonable.  Call Doug 885-5070.        #28cn  Washer/dryer $125. Sola $200.  Lawnmower $75. New carpeting  (charcoal) $200. Sewing machine  $85. Countertop laminate $10.  886-0663. 12801  Mini blinds: (2) 21-1/2 w x 57-3/4  white. (2) 52-1/2 w x 42-3*3 white  4 green. 63x56 white. 59x58  beige. 33x45 pink. 65x71 white.  69x46 peach. $15 each. 666-8445.  12701  19II. plywood boat with 80 HP  OMC molor with tilt up outboard  leg, c/w access, and 2-wheel trailer. Will trade lor good smaller 14'  to 16 aluminum boat, 15 to 20 HP  motor and trailer. 885-5505. #27w  Ladies diamond ring, new $1100,  sell lor $500 OBO. 686-4888.��27w  Belmont piano; leatherette double  puiout couch; 7 matching chairs.  866-2952. I27w  Single door dose clearance wood  stove, c/w 1611. Insulated chimney  system. Still in use. $600.886-  9574 alt. 5pm. I27w  Coleman generator $400. Con-  ttructlcn nailer $50.886*445.  12701  aaaatf  __m__t_^i_m_m_  t__^_____m_m___m__m__W_m___l Coast News, June 28, 1993  15  woiCo\Tl1MttUt Tm,'!i,^rln9hy0'.lr,$75'  ��D*����-iI*8����*  t9MMBdlRX.7.76,00Oim4 It J-POmimlaredo,iwW  -Ziri.. n-     T*  B*-*-***'**-"^.'u*y becked doM.w.ianrn..$-0)Oeo.  wwrtart, white w/3 drawers $200.  $350.6650398.  866-2509.  ���27cn  ���2601    866-3067  42BW  new Pirelli tire., .unroot, rotary green, 4 dr, 4X4 plu. extra.,  _    Moving: Must sell. Electric stove, 2  Outdoor Benches,  TaMn&Cbatn  TIM CLEMENT  CNMHttB  1044 aeameurstWey, aa  _>______,  all conditioner., .wing .et,  playpen, protorm electronic Hair  stepper, deep Ireeze, new washer  4 dryer plus Ma mora. 686-7072.  11963 Chev Caprice classical  d^.l-S.PB, AC, Cities, *, AM  tFMtmNswtW6sJX)0mlas.  r^ paW job. 985-7300.  I27cn  engine, retxilt dutch, maslar cylinder, (rant tpeakers 4x9 Infinities.  Rattle 4 ttrong $6,100. CaH Joel  686-5166 TFN.  73 V.W. van. Good condition.  .v^rj,u,OTmOT.r��8>7072.    *";��� 60,000 mile, oh new engine.  Yard Saks June 13.804 Pleu.nl _____J_i}���JVMMN* Soma mat. 82600 OBO. 885-  Place, Gibson..  ttto,    cond. $1,295.885-1826IV. mees.  Satellite dlah. white, good cond.  1250.866-7930. 12601  Car dolly, $1500. 665-3456 alt.  6pm. ��26w  ���2701  3817.  TFN.  '81 Mercury Lynx, 4 spd., power  ���leering 4 brake., ckMn,97,468  km. $TO0eO.866-8662. WW  '66 Nissan mum, AM/FM, caw.,  taslaWAIdoFliewortcutto  *���*J^SSEfeSLSS.  ___*__* f_M*to*l  whn.UII3esyld6r35-5836.l27w   *!_: "  special occasion. Snail Talk guar-  ���ntMS you'll be ths talk ol the  town iwtth a par*aonaiized mesaaoB  In a bear or txmny. Simply call collect 403-486-9204 lor Information  FRESH PRAWNS  (5lb 4 $4 lb. To order.  M^VWNameete.  ���2601  i9nHorriaAawdLX,4dr,6sp.  85,000 km*. PS/PB, crul.e.  $8500,866-4536. as  H Oka Clera Brougliim, loaded  plus dsc player, $6795.686-7150.   M  ���89 Ford F-F1B0 4x4 Super Cab  custom, 5L V8 auto, fully loaded,  1880 Ford Fairmont station ,  wagon. Good cond. Needs tome ftJgA^.**:  work. Asking $850 665-4099 $14,7M. M Chev Cavalier R.S. 4  cyl. F.I. 5 .pd. manual, only  71,000 km, exc. cond., $5200.  ���2701  25,000 km.. Dave 66fr3878.e27w  1976 Bronco, new paint, rebuilt  motor, rear end, new gas tank,  wrings, ban joints, carb, exhaust  and brake.. $5,400 OBO. 886-  7013. n  1866 Ford F250 4X4, diesel,  ���uperc.b, $13,000 OBO. 885-  lt__ ss  1967 St5 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass, PS/PB, auto, till, Sony  stereo, open lo reasonable otters.  866-7600. ss  '80 GMC 3/4 Ion, $2700 In exc.  cond. 666-7774 or 866-3027,  SS  Big block Ford propane system  w/tink, $1000. 666-3005 6am-  5pm. TFN  4 record your personalized mes- jaaaawtaeZ Z~T* 72 Volvo GL 240,4 dr. wnrool,  866-2219 or view 857 Poplar '���� 3 Ion Chev, IHIdack, 5 ��� 2  ^(ortNaN^iNpiiw. iJiftSTSWK !l**i!*Jl��****�� -*���*  1992.IO? Nitaan inflatable boal.  Inflatable keel, aluminum lloor, 8  hone motor, ga. tank, beach  wheel trailer outfit, used only  twice, coal $4700, sail $2500 6rm.  2500 lbs. helper springs lit. lull  size Iruck or van, used 1 week  only, paid $210 with tax, sell $150  OBO. Sse Joe, trsiler MS, Wilson  Creek Cavnpground.        ��8cn  9.6 Merc outboard, $500 OBO.  863-9059. tt  18-1/2' Sidewinder bow, rider  w/120hp Merc. Cruiser I/O 4 toller. Need, minor engine work.  $1,800080.893-9341.    12701  6 It fibreglass dinghy with oaf.  (175.2 hp o/board new cond.  $375.865-5067. 12701  Dock notation, 12 pea. Kyrotoam  46x32x18,$10each.l>��5-9ee9.  TFN  ding.  --ft"   Homemade wood.tove w/lan,  clean $4,500.666-3675.   ��7oi  Detain 2402 body puis, r*c. ing.;  tranny, new iront tire., need.  ln��pKt!on. $3250.866-3001.  H  Set ot overload springs (its most j1w 0��; Schrader vvoodttovs, '81 Cougar XR7, no rusl, good 79 Dodgs 1/2 Ion step-side wHh tM Dodge Canvan, tuto. $4,500.  P/U truck., 1150; 1,000 gallon  nsoprens piratic tank, $360.666-  7084. 127*  $200080 686-2298       W7w  Sturdy single bed roll-a-way col,  eKcai. cond. $90.666-B095.TFN s  fl.S.F. energy wood Move model  HF65R new $1,750, ..II $950.  665-2503. I28W  running order. Bargain for 1400.  86M6180I866-7647,     ��26w  74 Chev C-tprlca VB, all power, no  rmt, $650.6664)404.       ��26w  For parts, 76 MW S. runs, (400.  886-3073. I26w  Lovely Futon bed/sola ��� mi. 6  Ottoman pull together to mike  double bad. Las. than 1 yr. old,  Includes removHbie covers (Vic-  . ,. ....._..        _ ___  lorlan Horn on black), frame   s*l(10m u**1: Phl"1" ���*��� P"11-" 1BM 8uzultl Forsa 6 ��p��� hatch- Choote Irom thousands Muting 77 C^ Nomid, ditas window  Futon matiross and iwo bolsters   ,nd <llk,on"r "l***1** *** back, 80,000 kms,, (2400,885- (50. FREE Inlormation 24-hour van part. 665-5102 ti  $225,686-9665 TFNi'  "S- PWUpa *dr purHlar $16. Bksrt-  8417or886-1838. ��27w    Hotline. 801-379-2035  cinopy, boat nek, (1260. 686-  7378. m  CHEAP1F8W.i8EinO  �� Mercedes. (200  WVW. HO  87 Mercedes. (too  66 Mustang. (SO  686*204.  1867 F150, low kms, box liner,  canopy, excel, cond. (7,000 OBO.  866-4146. 12801  Full tin 1(90 Dodge van, ve  aulo, (6500.686-3301 ss  $25. PNIlpa III purifier $16 Hon-   9417 or 865-1939  aire Clean mist 2.5 gal. hunvdifter  Qraco ttroller $4D. F.P. baby bath (65.666-8665. TFN.  $10. Snugl! $15. Jolly Jumper $10.  Oiprlaig$5.Glri,iclott��sriew-  torn to sz. 3.666-3374.    I27cn  Modulir ink desk unit ��� 2 pes  $300. Ping pong table $50. Glass  collee table top, rectangular,  roundld corners $25. Manual  Full alze camper trig, stove heater,  $1500030.666-2106, tt  SCREENED TOP SOIL  Quality soil .1 a reasonable rale.  1974 Old. Cull... 350, 4 dr.,  (600 OBO. 6857155 Ht. 6pm.   M7W  1972 MB Midget, partially  restorsd, great prajact car. Lea*  ol .pare parte, (2000 OBO, or  ���BC010410.  ���27w  1990 Hondi CRXil, black on  black, sunrool, 35,000 km, very  dean Irakis 4 out, (10,000 OBO.  686-7205 eves st    1987 Buick Skyhawk LTD. Excel-  WD Excavating. 886-9764 lv. trade tor iruck; 1986 Honda CRX lent condition, one woman ownsr,  TFNs   extra tires, sporty, economical, non avneker, Immaculale, sunrool,  typewriter 8, metal typing table  250 gal. fuel oil tank. $100oib ���������-����"���     ��27w ^Mci^,67fl00 km Ca.  (25. Anlique Slngher sewing (imply). 886-2826. ss   Older Austin Marina. Om owner, ��*4,�������otW'     ��1FN  79 Ford 4X4,3/4 Ion, 4 sp., good  cond., (29(5. 666-2111 work,  886-7520 eves. TFN  1979 Chevy 'Boogie' vin, good  body, partially camperized. Stereo,  interior lights, great radiais, $2300  OBO. 685-3566. ��26w  9 It Hiatal* $1,465,2 hp Honda  (4(0. EZ loader trailer (476.16  hp Maimer (1 jot. Ml Huaqvama  chalneaw $350 obo'i. All above in  new coi-draon. 686-2187. ��26oi  Crab pot hauler, new, Brim-Hsmll-  ton Metal and Machine Shop. 8B5-  3422; I26w  32 It. Crlicnlt, twin screws,  $15,900 OBO. 1-291-7599 or 663-  9249. tm  14 It. Oymple, 1989 50 HP Merc,  new trailer, $35X.665-6073.��26w  1973 LYNWOOD SPORT FISH-  ERMAN 28 FT.TwIn 351'.,. low  hn, Volvo leg., dual hyd/staer 6  controls, recorder ��� soundsr, auto  bait lank, 2 CB'., twlmgrid,  anchor, sleet, winch, elec. head, 2  ���Ink., ideal fishing boal.  Boathouse kapt, one owner.  (26,000.883-9931.        ��26cn  HOUDAY RAMBLER travel trail-  r,��cN���^,''wlnu,c,"yingc" inflatable kayak, like rww $500- ����� nlles undsr 24,000. E��c. 1.8 1991 Mercury Cougar, auto., air, er, 29 ft. rear bedrm. bathtub.  (40. Recur* rocker ��� gold fabric callbatwaenl2 4ii5m aatVMn motor, aulo, handyman rust, power, while, exc. cond, 35,000 good cond. $9,600.665-2777 or  $40. Rowing 4 skiing exercise M ***** " *1pm' "IE Sllftl .very time. (365 Of iwip  km., (17,000. (86*3823.       N   B��71�� ��Kn  machlns $25.2 ten speed bikes.  lor carpenter labour. B86-B465.  Great cond. (50 ea. Ladies goll '66 Woodmlzer 40HD bandsiw ��27w  dub. 4 leather bag $50. 2 sets mill. Trailer pkg ��� 550 hrs, lap sid-  .kilt, binding., poles, 6 boot., in9 attach., carriage cover, auto  exc. cond. $50 set. 686-3820.  ��27oi  Eleclrohome organ w/bsnch, E2  Nocturne B.005 model, 117 volts,  2.1 imp. 60 cycll percussion,  upper 6 lower keyboard, pedals.  Burgundy Irultwood finish. Good  cond. $250.665-4099.     12701  grinder, tooth setter, misc. spare  part.. $22,000 090.886-300114  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious lay-  1983 Datsun 260SX, California  Import and emissions. Power air  voice, T-roof, tinted glass, gold 8  black, exc. cond., $4300.666-  0576. tt  SUNCO  Recycled Building Moferioli  French Doon/lnt.-Ext. Doors  Alum, ca Vinyl Windows  Lighting/Kilchen 4  Botmoom Fixtures etc.  nsrta*asaria)a*a*orct*af  ������������������������  5653 Whorl ��d��� Sechelt  KtCyCmm SttW  MOM-SAT 9 om-5 pm  ���2601  1961 Mustang blue, sunroof, run.  oul, excellent condition, very   __ *a'000 "���*-��� M��-7370.e2ecn  clem, newly painted 6 renovated wirttd: 239 Ford flathead engine,  featuring stucco celling with cedar e��bulldable or ? 6664624 eves,  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. tl. deck, fridge 6 dove  included, washer 4 dryer optional.  Excellenl location, close to terry, In  Comeau Trailer Park ��22,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad renl  $195. 666-8095. $39,900. Call to  view     ---.-a. -.-:-.-TINS.:  '83 Porsche 924 turbo, recently  rebuilt molor, low mile. $7,000.  666-72360 686-4994.     12601  1979 Ponliac Parisienne, low  mileage, bail offer lake.. 865-  0663. I26cn  79 Ford .In. wagon, V6 auto.,  good running cond., (475.666-  8372. tt  18BS Ford Mercury 2 dr., B cyl., air  cond., axe. cond., low mileage,  (5000 OBO. 683-2512. tt  Good selection used ures, wheels,  Chevetle; Honda Accord pant.  886-4004 tt  77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond.,  $900080.886-3646 U  1974 Datsun 2602 alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  1960 Vanguard Clan A  motorhome, 27II., loaded, low  mites, immaculale, $23,500.885-  2954. #28w  1977 Travel trailer, 171/211.  $2500 OBO. 886-2068 alt. 6pm.  ���27w  '81 Frontier 23' GM motor home.  Fully loaded, sleeps 6. Q/S bed,  winter package. 65,000 km. Exc.  cond. $17,500 OBO. 886-2454.  ��27cn  KCHIIT MAMIE  SURVEYS LTD.  caotain sill Murray  M.C.M.M.C.  M.N.A.M.S.  M.A.B.Y.C.  ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  146' Fibreglass boat with 75 HP  Merc, and trailer, $5500 080.  685-3307. M  17.5 It. Campion, hard top, 70 HP  Evinrude, Road Runner trailer,  $4500.686-7392. ��26w  CEDAR SHAKES 4 LUMBER, any  76 VMmm ���,,, tK, ������).,  size. Will custom cul. 885-2138 $1900060 866-2108 tt  or 885-5601. TFN  For renl: 13' Boler travel trailer  mw brakes, exc. shape $3500 $200 weekly plus $250 D/D. 665-  060666-7376 ss    5367. ���30cn  l673_Super Beetle, $2600 060.' TraW treller. fuHy equipped incl.  ���* aircend. Reduced lo (4,000 OBO  6834382.  72 Volkswigen Bulla, good  cond. new brakes, new tires, some  ���26*  20" colour TV, remote; power drive  Tore lawnmower; new GE washer/dryer. 685-2650. ��27w  Sklar sola 4 matching chair $450.  9x12 wine oriental patterned area  rug w/matching 6x9. $300 pr. 886-  4622. 12701  Trailer thai carries two children to  pull behind mountain bike. 5 double glazed sliding glass doors, 6'  couch, two armchairs, floral pattern, suit rec. room. 886-0202,  ���27cn  HYDRO POLES _ _  BC Hydro approved, sll sizes. Call  i*jst7$nw"886-W46  W.D. Excavating lor information.  868-9764 or oal 1-220-1526.  TFNs  1976 ElOO Van, 4 sp., nsw paint,  300 CID, offers. 885-9648.     as  GOOD HAY  15.00/Bale Delivered  Straw JJ.0OA.xle  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  Frae Range Eggs  Call Between 12-1pm  (85-8357  TFN  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  884424a  TFN  r7YYS\  STENCILS  1)06-0103  Gihsons P.irk PI  1982 Mazda RX7, good cond.,  new clutch, brakes, (3100.666-  etm tt  79 10th Anniversary Trans Am.  403 turbo 350, shift kit, 323 posl. 4  whl date, power eveiylhing. (2,(50  665-5097 tt  MECHANIC'S SPECIALS  '60 Malibu S/W, 302 PS/PB, running, needs wok, (450 OBO; 74  Ford F100,301, PS/PB, running,  needs work, (650 OBO. Will deal  for both. 886-8022 or 886-7904.  TFN  1974 Oldsmobile, new brake, and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $900060.685-1943. SS  1966 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $5995.  888-7520OB86-2111. tt  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  int/ext., rebuilt engine 6 transmission. Priced to sell $3850 Call 886-  8510 alter 6:00 pm. ss  66 Ponliac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  IXC. cond., $3995. 866-7150 or  696-8213. N  ���2701  75 Ford 1-ton dump truck (3,900.  686-3204. ��8cn  JD 401 tractor/loader, 62 HP  diesel, 50001b. fork on 80' bucket,  (95X. 885-7692. ��28w  '85 Ford F250 XL supsr cab,  aulo., PS/PB, camper ready.  While 4 blue 2 tone. 136.000 km.  $5,700,886*3445. 12701  1961 Jeep Wigoneer, limited,  $1000 OBO. 686-2842 eves.��28w  ���85TuiWiiol-tymoulhX-csr,sun-   H77 GMC 4X4,3/4 Ion, good run-  roof, deluxe model, no rust, runs  ning order, $1000 OBO. 683-9493.  well, $1600 OBO. 686-4668 alt.  5pm. TFN  ���26w        -    1992Ti��iY,16fl.dBCk,ekWi1c   1966 4 dr. Chevehe H/B, good  Auiomslic adjustable bed. $600. brakes, new cond. 885-9417 or ���".' Q',,,'"' ��!200' "5-  1981 Jeep 6 cyl., 4 sp., good run.  cond., (4000 OBO. 886-0969.  ���27w  683-9107.  ��27cn    865-1939.  ���27w  4145.  ���28w  1973 22 II Dauphin travel  trailer.tandem wheal, full awning,  deluxe model, lully equipped.  (3,800. Day 865-9063, evening  685-1916. 12701  1974 OK Ford 302/18.5'molor  home c/w shower, toilet, fridge,  sldve, oven. Totally self com.  Excel, cond. Drive away or leave  sel up at Capilano RV Park.  (10.950. Appl. to view 886-3525.  12601  7.5 It small pickup camper. 3-way  Iridge, stove, sleeps lour. $2,995  Obo. 888-0007. ��26cn  1976 Holidaire trailer 20 ft. Fully  equipped. $6,000,885-0663.  ���26cn  1990 dlx. 24' motorhome A-1 condition. 886-9025. ss  16 fl. travel trailer in Wilson Creek  Campground, new Iridge, hoi  water, lull size shower, avail,  immed., $1500 firm. 685-9417 o  665-1939. ��27w  18 It. travel trailer, tandem axle, 3-  pce. washroom, Iridge, stove,  oven., sleeps 6, $3900 firm. 19 tt.  15 ft. K4C Fibreglass runabout, a  good boat reeding cosmetics. No  motor or trailer, $575.888-2738.   Keen  1981 25 hp Evinrude In good  working order $675. Trade-Ins  considered. 886-2738.     ��26cn  i il   817,' ���*-!�����   34 It diesel cruiser available lor  lease ihis summer. Low rates lor  qualified operator. 886-2736.  ���2601  18 It. Canavanture hardtop, 200  HP, OMC, 7.5 Merc OB, exc.  cond., many extras, $6500 060.  See at PetroCan, Garden Bay Rd.  6 Hwy. 101.883-9933.      ��26w  INFLATABLE!  10*2' Achilles, like new, comp. with  oars, floor boards, spray skill, bag,  manual, $550.685-3797.   ��26w  28 It. Unlfly fibreglass, new motor,  new winch, new carpets, electronic  lish Under, lots ol extras. George  686-3139. ss  1986 21 tt Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin, 6 cyl Mercruiser, 170  hrs on boat, fully equipped tor Ashing. Over $30,000 new, asking  $15,500.665-2503. SS  Concrete floats, heavy duty 12  tt.X48 It. and 12 II.X72 It., foam  lilled collectable, pressure-treated wood, galvanized fittings. 883-  2637. I26w  Hobie CM 18 sailboat, trailer, nice  boat, 1(1700.886-3490, t-977-  7349 toll-lree pager, ta  12 It. aluminum boat $600, 885-  7167 N  Veil There Is I reliable local propeller repair aervlce. 885-5278.   TFN  Good 12 It. aluminum but (800  or trade? 685-7167 ss  OUTBOARDSFOB SALE  9.9-2O-30-40-5O-70 HP 1991-1982  Evinrude.. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 663-2456.    TFN  1960 - 75 HP Johnson, no tank,  installed and guaranteed, (1895.  865-9326. ��6w  33 It. Coastal Crulssr, diesel,  diesel stove 4 fridge, H/C water,  llvs-a-board, parted cond.,  $19,000,874-2213. ��27w  19 tt. Seiloner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhausl man-  Itaka, $3500.886-3457. tt  3 bdrm mobile, single wlds, 4  appl's, excellent cond. $21,500.  Ph: 1-986-0459. ��28cn  1974 F>aramount 12'x68' i-rnbile In  Sechell Park, 2 bdrms. (was 3),  large addition and appl, short walk  lo shopping and hospital, (29,000.  no dogs 885-5782 ��28w  2 bdrm Rockland Wynd, nsw lloor  covering, deck, elec. heat, 5 appis,  utility shed. 885-5401.      ��28cn  For sale by owner, 14x70 mobile,  localed in quiet, well-kept park,  near creek. Contains 2 Irg. bedroom., 2 lull bathrooms, pantry,  new carport, S/F/W/D, bright, spacious 6 very clean. $47,500. To  view call 885-5929. ��27w  Beautilul 12x70 Lamplighter, incl.  4 appl's, newly lenced yard. Window coverings. New dbl. glazed  windows. Many upgrades.  $23,500. Call 886-2520 or 686-  8906. ��27cn  2aMrml4'x70'mobika.Raisedliv  rm, dining area, galley kilchen,  utility rm with washer/dryer, stationery sink. 2 porches plus Isrge  workshop with electricity. Mobile  has comp. duroid roof. Set up ��4  Comeau Mobile Home Pk., 1416  North Rd. No dogs. Asking  $30,000. Contact otlice or 886-  9581. ��27oi  1990 14x70 2 bdrm.. 5 appl. 2  decks, $42,000 OBO. Musl move.  886-7778. ��28w  Beykiw24'CB,rei"<Jltenglnel4  hn., new upholstery, UHF CB, 2  depth loundira, (12,900. 866-  rese. a.  16 It. Devkseon saJboat, 4 sma, ��n  keel, 7.5 Honda, $3000 886-9224  si  16 It. F/G Volvo I/O ttndem axle  trailer, $3600.883-2297.       tt  24 it. Cabin Crulaer, new  Merc motor snd leg, heed propane  stove, sleep. 4. $5500.663-9253.   tt  Ranger 22, VHF 5 sails, very fast,  aleepa 4. Qary Mull deelgn $4200.  666-3490,1-977-7349 loll-lree  Pdger. u  Coronido 15, trailer, similar to  Lassr, nice sailboat $1600.666-  3490,1-977-7349 toll-lree pager.  tt  77 14��66, stove, Iridge, W/D,  must be moved, (23,500.866-  7013. II  MOBILE HOME FOR SAU  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobtl horns. Bright, apsdous layout, excellent condition, very  clean, rawly palmed 8 renovslad  featuring stucco celling with cedai  beams In living room, whHa walls,  400 aq. It. dock, Iridge 8 stove  Includad, wsshsr 4 dryer optica**.  Ea*a>*a1eti lot*ation, doss to ferry, In  Comesu Trailer Paik ��2,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rant  (196. 686-6095. (39,900. Call to  view. TFNs  Nsw Park ��� Nanaimo area, Dlx.  Adult Community. Rents Irom  $235/mo. Fo detail, contact 597-  3322. TFN  (35,(00 FP-New. bdrm. Ironl  kitchen, loaded, 6 only. 597-3322.   TFN  14X70, (22,(00. Must be mond.  597-3322, TFN  '81 14x70 ��� 3 bdrm. 1 1/2 bath,  (21,000. Musi be moved. 666-  7401, N  Yamaha Special 40011, Good  srsape, art well, $200 080.666-  2086 HI, 6pm. ��7w  1978 Hondi 400, good cond.,  epere bike tor parts $800 takes eK.  866-7722 leave mssssge TFNs  '61 HARLEY. Totally radons. A  MUST SEE. (10,000 OBO. Sari-  ou. enquiries only. 8860307. u  GSXR 750, low kms., exc. cond.,  $6000. (86-7484, M  '91 Hondi CR250. Miny Mini.  $3,000,866-4746. II  '86 Honda Aapovcada, exc. cond.,  28720 km, sacrilice $4,500 lirm.  686-9595. SS  19BS Kawaaakl Ninja like new,  d_% 686-8622. tt  1982 Yamaha 650 turbo, very  ccod cond 865-9612. sa  BUSINESS IN QIBSONS  WISHES TO RENT  COMMERCIAL OFFICE  SPACE IN SECHELT.  We require 600-1000- sq. IL  Please twite with information  oncaslVsq.lt.. length of lease  required, mainlenance coats,  when available. Reply lo Box  390  C/O P.O. Box 460  Gibaona, BC.  VON IVO  Single, employed mala, smoker,  no pets, with rels. seeks 1 bdrm.  suite, preferably lumished, preferably in Sechelt. Unfurnished Gibsons suite OK too. Reply to Box  393. c/o Cosst Nswi, Box 460,  Gibsons, BC VON IVO.     TFNs  Business owner (I) wilh one chUd  attending university require. 2-3  bdrm., unfurnished home. Gib-  atoa/Sechelt area, July 1 a Aug.  1. Must allow miniature, kennel  trained pet. Willing to sign lease,  plesss call and lv. mess. 885-  7990. TFN  Wanted to renl. Space suitable for  small, private Hie drawing classes,  possibly Wednesday evening..  Must be reasonable. 886-9665.  TFNs  Small house, quiet spot, maximum  $350,885-0408. ��26w  Gas slovs, gss lurnace, eleel Cat 955 track loader $9,000.686-  watar heater. Ph.. 885-90l0.��27cn 7727. si  USED LUMBER 955H Cst Crawler, bucket loader,  2x10,16 4 20 ft long. 70 cents per needs some work, $3000 OBO.  ft. 2x8,16 6 20 long, 55 cents per 666-2546. SI  fl. 685-3363 eves. TFN  1964 Dodge Aries K-car, new  brakes, Ures, carb, 2.2 litre 4 cyl.,  good ihape, $2000 OBO. 685-  9706 all. 5. ��28w  1988 Chev 1 ion dual wheels,  dumper, exc. cond. 685-9417 or Soulhpark tandem axle. 3-pce.  885-1939. #27w   washroom, Iridge, .love, oven,  Sony Trinitron 21' stereo colour  TV $300. Sony 1/2' VCR, 4 heed  tracking (250.866-9665.   TFN.  79 Pontiac Parisienne, exc. running cond. Asking (800. BBS-  Flat deck trailer, I6'x6 1/2' deck ��*-*���     **��  1987 Nissan ST 5 .p., PS/PW,  sunrool, canopy, lady driven,   (6500.685-5246 alt. 6pm. ��7w  1961 Malibu AM/FM, cits, A/Cl. 1,n D,,,un' lon8 bo*- e-cel  standard, dean interior, good tires,  cond. lor year. Only 4,000 km on  rebuilt engine, new starter, .Itema-  tor, muffler, must sell $1,250 OBO.  Cell 866-3787. ��27cn  else, brakes, removable sides,  $2500.863-9422. ��26w  Kitchen unit (stove, fridge, sink)  tune on 110, (220 OBO, Ireezer,  (150 OBO. 666-6801 please lv.  name 4 phonal. *26w  GE Iridge w/lreezer (10 yrs old),  Moffat overhead oven 4 range,  Kent fireplace insert. 886-0404.  ���26cn  Sola 4 chair (80. Peugeo racing  bicycle (70. INIant car seal (15.  TR6 sporls car, parts or projecl  1X5-7882. ��26oi    car. 8666204. 1001  1975 Ponliac Grandville convertible. (1,200 OBO. 885-4616  ���28cn  FORD ENGINE  Ea*c.run.cond.,3sW,6CyL,(800  OBO. 885-3438 daya, (88-2215  aves TFN.  '85 Pontiac Fiero GT, 6 cyl., sunrool, white exl., grey int. sacrifice,  (4900.856-3620. ��8w  76 Olds 66 diesel, lots invested.  Small car mileage,'large car luxury. $2,250 OBO. Tony 886-0120.  ���SBcn  (1000060.865-9610.      ��28w  84 Honda Accord, sunroof, 5 sp.,  mw tm, soms rust. Runs good.  $2.200080,665-4064. tt  '87 Hondi Civic 1500S. 147,000  km. Pappy, black, good cond.  $4,850 OBO. 866-3484. tt  sleeps 6, $3500 lirm. 886-6445.  ���27w  P/U Camper, $600. B85-3137.TFN  23 ll. Ford camper-bus, exc. run.,  new tires. $3000 OBO. 686-0061.  SI  '88 Nissan king cab, auto.,  116,000 km. While, toneau. hood.  bra, spotless. $6,795 OBO. 886-  6369. ��27on  1977 Chev 1/2 Ion Pickup, 350.  propane, large lank, parts. 885-  ���27w  Two near new 14' tires, Ford rims,  (25 et; 4 Model T lires, (10 sll;  tool box lor full slzs truck, (80;  wood stove, (150. 686-2068 Sit.  6pm. ��27w  10 horse yardman, $300 OBO, in  good oond 866-2063.      *27w  OOORS _���.______  Exterior 4 interior, glass, bran,  etc. Fencywptain, custom or fac- '87 Pontiac Smburst 5 sp, 4 dr.,  lory. Delivered a installed. Greal exc. cond., (3100 OBO. 666-  pnees. 666-2844. ���26cn   3067 ��7w  77 Ford LTD II, body greet, runs,  $400 OBO.; 78 Cutlass wagon,  \~q  good lires, brake., $300 OBO.    ������   6868381. h   81 Ford Van, 6 cyl, auto., S.W.B.,      no rust, undercoaled, seats 5.  1984 Escort; standard, needs $3,000,666-2206. ss  clutch to make mobile, engine In  very good cond, exc. for parts,  $400 OBO by end ol May. Call  866-2622. TFNs  It VW Jetta 4 dr., 5 ap., sunroof,  (3500080.866-7969. tt  Two lor ons dssl. 1972 Ford  1975 Dodge propane 4X4, crew  cab, completely rebuilt, $6500.  865-7518. SS  1979 limited Wagoneer, tully  loaded, (1650. Contact Pat 885-  5591. ��26w  1953 Ford sedan delivery. $1,500.  Alter 5pm. 885-6419.       ��7cn  For Sale ��� 1865 Reliant K car,  automatic, new Ures, 2nd owner,  $3000 OBO. 885-3208.     ��7w  Courier PU, new battery, good '83 OMC Van short wheel base,  tires, runs r*ood, eveiylhirig works. 350 auto, tinted windows, PW/PD,  1981 Camaio, new battery, paint, cruiss, new tires, recent work,  heeler core, recent tuneup, looks good cond, good body, $5500  sharp, nxs 1*6new. WM sell ap- 060.68541678. ��26w  ante, $2500.885-3251.     ��28w  77 Cougar. Rms wel, $500.865-  7696 or 865-3254 IL 6pm. I26w  76 Chevy Nova, good running  cond. (460060.886-7648.   tt  76 F150CV4 ton, 6 It. box, very little rust, runs well, $1100 080.  886-3386. *26w  1986 Chev 3/4 ton, good cond,  (6000 OBO. 885-9297.     I26w  26 tt mv 'High Belief* crew-pleasure boat. Built by GoMrup Boats,  llbreglais constr. 440 Chrysler  power. Recent work orders.  (10,000060.886-2454.   12701  MAID-A-FLOAT  On board cleaning, private or  conwnerclaL For Info 985-0531  ���28w  1969 Double Eagle 16-1/2' cuddy  Vdvo I/Ob, low hours, well maintained, loaded with extras. Comp.  with 1992 Highlinei trailer.  (19,995.886-9842. 12601  Achilles inflatable boat, pertect  cond. plus accessories with new  Nissan outboard molor (2,000  OBO. 666-2052 eves.      ��28cn  THE ULTIMATE DIVE BOAT  27II Sealonder landing barge, twin  165 hp Men; Inboard/oulboards,  radar, VHF, C/B, colour video  sounder, healer, delroster,  hydraulic winch, sleeps 2 with custom street-legal tandem trailer  09,000.683-2195. 12801  Mffc*��n you  pay for 2 Inmrnrilonm  FOR ONE INSERTION  in either tht Monday ot Weekender  Edition. Up lo 10 wards; 25 tents  for each additional word.  Free: losl, Found I Fret  All classifieds musl be  pre-paid before insertion  Sun Soil Classified*  $17 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  by claiiified dtsodline ��� Not available Im commercial atlv-rtitori  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday lelition  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons 886-2622  Waakanslar  NOON TUISDAY  Sechelt 885-3930 16  Coast News, June 28, 1993  35. Business &  Home Services  F I  1 bdrms. lower tloor ol house in 3 bdrm. view home w/5 appis.. R����my "PP" duple��, 3 bdrm.  Gibsons. Freshly painled, F/P, irvines Ldg.. (800/mo. Sussex avail. July 1. (800/mp. incl. S/C  wVD, greal wew. (550/m 81. Avail. Really Properly Management, ��*en, Iridge W/D. Must have rets.  July 1.255-9924 or 534 Saigeant rjeve Austin 685-3295.     12601 F*ts. Ck. B86-7975 N. mess.  Hd. ���28cn         ��27w  Wanted to share, N/S couple, new Pa^ty turn. 2 bdrm tause. Appl's WATERFRONT! Luxury 2 bdrm.  2 Mm. house, Gibsons, avail. July inc| Harbour view, lowei Gibsons, with large balcony. 5 new appl..  15/Aug. 1,(495. Diane Baron 886- juiy 15 $S50/mc��itn 886-2184 central Gibsons, S7S0. toil tree 1 -  8107.                             ��8w              '                         |j,7cn 979-8421. I27w  West Sechelt. 6407 Samron. 12 yr  ok), 3 bdrm I. den, spacious, bngtrt  2 tull baths, pnvate large lenced  yard, sundeck. Lease pref'd. (850  (main floor, pan bsmt). Aval. Aug  2.939-5486 or leave message.  ���28cn  Shared accommodation. 1 lge  bdim in quaint log house, private,  quiet, 10 mins. to terry. (400/mth.  Refs. Nora. 886-3176 or 885-5290.  K6cn  LVNNMOUR VILLAGE  NORTH VANCOUVER  Townhouse/apartment complex  oners easy access to shopping,  parks, schools J recreation Rents  Stan at (860 6 include parking, hot  water, heat 8 cable  Foraapt ����� view, call 220-2651  or 986-4759  I25w  View home in Granlhams. Veiy pnvate, 3 bdrms, 1,200 sq ft, pcuui,  4 appl's. (710/mth. 666-2976.  Avail. July 1. MBcn  VIEW  Gibsons. 3 bdim duplex, view, 4  appl's. (850. Neil. 866-0269 or  Randy 880-1230 ��2Bcn  Avail. July 1.2 bdrm trailer. Handyman fix-up special. Pender Harbour. 686-3690. )28cn  Upper Gibsons. 1 bdrm suite.  S540/mth. Heat ( hydro ind. 886-  3107. ��28cn  1 bdrm apts. Lower Gibsons. New  kitchen I battirm. Quiel - secure.  Walk to all amenities. Fully carpeted, laundry. (580 S (620. 886-  3420. KScn  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  REaALTYLTD.  Don Sutherland  Wateriront, 2 bdrm.  older home  Franklin Rd., $750Vmo.  Upper Gibsons, large bright 2 bdrm  apartment. Util. Avail. July 1. 885-  3277 or 1-255-5470.        ��27cn  2 bdrm, lower floor ot house in Gibsons, Ireshly painted, l/place,  washer/dryer. Great view.  (550/mo. Jury 1. 255-9924 or 534  Sargeant Rd. I27cn  Large new 2 BR, 2 bath, patio  home plus attached garage. Private adull -oriented area. All appl's.  Avail. July 1 Call Mary at 886-  8107.886-3029. TFN  Gibsons watertront condo. 2  bdrms, 2 balhs, 5 appl's Fantastic  view ot Keats > Gibsons manna.  Avail. July 1.N/S. (775.886-8861.  ���26cn  For June _ July, 1 bdrm. mam floor  house View, cable t hydro incl..  $500/mo. No pels. 686-4856.  ���26w  2 bdrm 14'��70' mobile. Raised liv  rm, galley kitchen. F.S.W.D. Two  porches, large elec. workshop.  $650 p.m. 14-1416 Nonh Rd. No  dogs. Contact ollice or 686-9581.  ���27cn  Spacious near new 3 bdrm.  duplex. 2 1/2 baths, 6 appl., upper  Gibsons. Exc. localion, near  schools - shopping, N.P. Rels.  req., avail, immed. (825. 885-  9540. I26w  Looking to rent a house or wiling  to exchange my apartment house  localed in Montreal lor a house o  apartment located on the Sunshine  Coast between August 1-21. Ask  lor Martin 885-7463. TFN  Bachelor  Suites  BY MONTH OR WEEK  8 bdrm apl. lower Gibsons. New  (biking, fully carpmd. Mi��UMs,  laundry. Opposite Gibsons Marina  Easy walk to shops i beach. $740.  865-3420. 12601  BEST ON THE COAST  1 bdrm view apt. opposte Gibsons  Marina. New building, wall to wall  carpet, laundiy, close to sll amenities. $680.886-3420.       (28cn  Selma Paik 2 bdrm house, plus 1  down large rec room down, wood  slove in liv rm, 4 appl's. laige sundeck, lenced, rels. req'd. Avail.  Aug 1 or sooner (800 D.mo. 736-  9432. Kttoi  One person to share 3 bdrm house  with view lower Gibsons. NS, no  pets. W/D avail. $350/mo. plus util.  866-7286. ���2601  Quiet, convenient lower Gibsons,  near beach. Spacious 3 bdrm.  rancher on Ig. garden yard area.  Full bath, F/P, sundeck, 5 appl.,  NS/NP, Rets. req. Avail. Sept. 1,  (eTXVmo. t utils. 886-2286 weekends, 1-675-6817 weekdays alt  Horn. I28w  2 bdrm., well localed, Aug. 1,  (525.886-7400. 26cn  Small house with FP, 4 appis.,  woikshop, Sandy Hook, Aval. Jury  15. (550/mo. 1-921-6820 eves.  ��28w  3 bdrm. mobile, no pets, (650/mo.  888-9600 any time. I28w  Fully lumished studio suite will!  kitchenette, TV, linen service .nd  guest laundromat, Localed across  from Gibsons Yachl Club 8 Marina. 886-3343. TFN  Waterfront cottage Gambier Isl.,  (50Oaveek. 266-4321.       ���26w  2 bdrm. mobile home si Irwin  Motel, 826 Hwy. 101,(475. 886-  3331. new  Shared accommodation single  mom seeks responsible rcommate  18-30 yrs., (300t1/2 hydro. July  15.866-9079. 128*  Wanled to stare, N/S couple new  2Mm.ht-ajse,Gibeotisava��.July  15/Aug. 1,(495. Diane Baron 886-  8107. ��28w  3 bdim. townhome 1620 -4 It., 5  sppisnees, covered balcony, carport, rear s*ools, (eccmw. Avail.  July 1.686-4660. TFN  2 bdrm. mobile Bonriiebrook, (550.  8654604. I26w  Cozy 2 bdrm. with garage.  RaaataVOOlaS Rd. AVSil. imiTK*al  1 bdrm. pan ftrtshed, view apart.  JOly Roger, (550/mo.  IJOtt ���������hall ��� *-  \\~m ��9$Je3ne*m riUfMIJ  TFN  1 bdrm in rustic 3 bdrm, Roberts  Crk. home. Prel. fem/clean/neal.  (300 a-1/2 ulils. Kevin. 886-0352  lv. mess. ��27cn  Lower Gibsons, 2 bdrm. house,  $650, Pel welcome 980-2739.  ���26w  Gibsons housekeeping rooms.  (250-8260. Arthur. 885-9659.  ���26w  5 bdrm. home in Langdale. View,  dbl. car garage, close to lerry and  school. To view house lv. name J  phone ���. 886-8801 or 886-3151.  ���26w  Self-contained 1 bdim suile, F/P,  laundry, clean t bright. Lower Gibsons. Avail July 1. (470/mth 886-  2607. I26cn  1 bdrm S/C rattiage, waterlront. All  new. (400 p/mo. Suil one person  or quiet couple. Apply 12567 Bargain Harbour Rd, Madeira Park.  12601  Pasture lor rent, inquire 863-9974  for summer. (26w  Waterfront 1 bdrm. cabin. Lee Bay,  Pender Haibour, elec. heat, washer/dryer, (400.883-9446.   ��26w  Small trailer, suit one adult. Cedais  Trailer Park. 885-3313.      I26w  1 bdrm. watertront suites, bright,  dean, laundry, balcony, etc., (375.  663-9177. I26w  Modem 2 bdrm. house wilh view  near Secret Cove, 5 appis., 2 lire-  places. (600/mo., avail. July 1.  Rets, no pets.N/S 863-2423.*26w  2200 sq. It. 4 bdrm. home in  Sechelt dose to schools, shopping  4 park, t 1/2 balhs, 4 appl., large  sundeck, 2 car carpon, (925/mo.  incl. cable. 685-3196.        ��26w  Attention seniors: A small, very  clean 2 bdrm. mobile home,  (485/mo. Located Wilson Creek  area. Beautilul park like setting.  Please call 5946720 or iv. mess.  6854513. <26w  1 bdrm. suite, West Sechelt, hydro  included, avail. July 1,885-5764.  ���26w  Gibson. 2 bdrm., laundry.  (575/mo. plus hydro, July 1.1-  922-1860. I26w  W/SECHELT UPPER LEVEL ���  Self-contained suite, 2 bdrms.. 3  appis.. July 1-15. Suitable for couple wanting quiet place. N/P, N/S,  refs. req., $675 plus ulils. 865-  2995 I27w  New 3 level, 2 bdrm., N/S house.  W/D, D/W, 11/2 baths, huge deck.  Sept.-June 30, (850/mo. 886-  7965. I27w  Pender Harbour view apartmenl,  partly furnished, (600/mo. plus  elec. Refs., nopals.683-1122  Robi. ��7w  New bachelor suite, Gibsons,  beach access nearby, own carport  entrance, furnished/unfurnished,  negotiable, (45aYmo. 666-3322 alt.  6pm. I27w  2 bdim. duplex Davis Bay, 4 appl.,  (625/fno. N/P. 8664250.   ��27w  Upper floor, houie near Dougal  Park. Bright 2 bdrm., fireplace,  Irash painl snd carpets, spacious  yard and dock, creek, (650. Avail.  July 1.886-3626. I27W  1 bdrm., view, basement suits.  866-0246 or 8866406 eves.t26w  1 bdrm. iccommodation, (325,  avriWbteii-inediately. 886-0225.  ��27w  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED - Hosl  lamilies are needed lor exchange  students liom Belgium and Hong  Kong. Program is for one yeai and  will start this August. Sechell Cele-  bralion Days is looking In a person to organize a mini-baseball  lournameri on the evening of July  1. Friends ot the Sechell Library  are looking for supporters ol Ihe  library who can be involved in  upcoming tun events. Drivers are  slill needed lor Meals on Wheels.  A site managei is needed tor a  one-day summer teslivsl in  Sechelt. . Fpr these and more  opportunities call the Volunteer  and Inlormation Centre at 885-  5881. TFN  600 sq It workshop, ollice space  lor rent. Gibsons. 866-8204.t28cn  Devis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall avail-  at>ki wheelchair facilities 885-2752  01885-9863. I32w  30 X 50 WORKSHOP  close to Gibsons. 2 bay workshop  thai may be rented in halt or tull.  Use for storage, small business,  or? 885-4490. TFN  For Rent - Seamount Industrial  Park, light industnal, service commercial, up to 2.000 sq ft, 10' ceiling, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq It  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 886-2663 days. 686-9075  eves. TFN  Gibsons Landing  W Winn 833  1.000 sq.tt. ol office  space; offices can be  rented individually. For  more inio or lo view,  CallLenka  al 872-0284  1:004:30 Mon. to Fri.  or 941-3036 Etna.  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Mall available. Wheelchair facilities. 885-  2752 or 865-9863. TFN  Industrial workshop avail, immed.,  Gibsons, 750 sq. ft. unit. (475/nvo.  921-6751. TFN  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  30x40 tt. shop with one hoist,  (700/mo. 886-2031 days.    TFN  1050 sq. It newer building, ground  level-, good location. Sechelt.'  $795/m6. gross! 885-2099 eves.  ���27w  VILLAGE GAHOENER  Weeding, lawn mowing, house silting or any odd jobs. 886-8529.  I28w  DOWN TO EARTH CLEANING  SERVICE  Friendly products, flexible hours.  Call eves. 885-2064.       KBcn  Smalll engine repairs to chain-  saws, lawnmowers, garden eguipment. Call Stove 8866783.��2 /en |  -f\tvik _/\��U* |  UNlaSTAll; EIX-.1NC,  FREE ESTIMMES  a*M5-��ONS7*��  Produce position 35-40hisAvk, min  5 yrs experience. Some floral exp.  an asset. Wages negot. depending  on experience. Send resume lo:  Produce, Box 154 Granthams Ldg.  VON 1X0. TFN  Fo prolessional resumes in Lower  Gibsons call CONFIDENTIAL 886-  4740 Word Prcx*ssirvj/DTP.I28w  The Rockwood Centre StoryTeiiing  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  and background in the arts and  must be currently collecting Unemployment Insurance. Address  applications lo The Selection Com-  mittee, Oo The Rockwood Centre,  Box 767, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0.  TFN  Cut gross, kitchen help - dish  washer, Camp Elphinslone. 886-  2025. ��8w  Assemble light pioducls at home.  Excel, income, easy work. Call fo  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623-2380  exlA74. TFN  Loving care giver tor 312 yr olds  in my Roberts Creek home. 885-  0299. I27cn  2 females wanted for part-time  work. 1 typewriter avail. Cat Chris.  866-2260. (2701  Bookkeeper lor smell one men  business to trial balance. Phone  865-7833 eves. I26w  Hiring full time sales stall. Involves  weekend work. Cell Cindy, Show  Piece Gallery. 886-9213.   ��7w  People with knrwledge of physical  fitness to work as rjersonal fitness  advisors. Resumes to S14A, C1,  RR4, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.��26w  Immediate full-time employment  avail, lor energetic, self-motivated  short order cook. Msy apply at  Gramriia's Pub between 3 to 5 pm,  k'on.-Thuis. TFN  Salesperson lo call on businesses  iitttJducing Printing Products. 886-  325410-3, ��7w  EASY ASSEMBLY any hours,  (338.84 week, lamily of 3 earns  (4417.92 monthly. 24 hour hotline. 801-379-2885. Copyright  IBC010452. 12801  &FBJUetttfi  Free Estimates  !ul Fittnftices  Bruce Fraser  885-9576  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  SISTERS BOOKKEEPING  Build a successlul company while  we manage your paperwork Professionalism i confidentiality guaranleed. c/o Sunshine Kayaking.  886-9760. ��31w  rowuR  GENERAL  CONIRACnNG  SITE MANAGEMENT  FORMING: FRAMING  RENOVATIONS: SUNDECKS  PLUMBING  EVES. 886*7309  Cheryl 6 Al's 8 Kids, Home 8  Yard Care House cleaning, Lawn  cutting, Trimming, Rototilling OR?  Babysitting. For info 885-6251.  ���26w  LOOSTOIUMIER  NRTMUIANDSAfV  i-MMVn WILL  COKTOYOWHKWItTY  TOCWY0U81O01  ������������oaro  C Q Cleenlng Services windows  snd construction cleanup. 885-  7571. ��27w  QUALIFIED TRADESMAN  20 YEARS EXPERIENCE  Building sundsefcs, patios, retaining wets, steps, lances, sheds, all  renovation., or..tree estimates  and lair prices.  Also available 10 do home evaluations ��� before or after purchase  Call Irv at 885-2774 ��28w  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  ���retime  -Oeeto  ...    ret- Want  -M.lnlm.iK.  -Any Job  CALL OOtSirALL  886-4788  I  PAINTING  Interior. Exterior,  Residenlial &  Commercial Small  ___.    jobs a specially.  quality workmanship  and materials - estimates free  Nick  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, lirm rates,  Iree eslimates, no ,06100 small or  tM large. Bruce 665-9576.  TFN  Experienced trained homecare  worker, good rates, excellent refs.  886-3363. I26w  KELLY'S SERVICES RUBBISH REMOVAL  Seplic tank pumping, portable toilet ya,1) clean UP' ''O"' mo��M. "d  rentals. Call anytime. 888-2342 or i0**' 1>u"*' ,,i6ndlVse,vic8- *���-*  cell 220-5261. ��31w 9694.326-1811 cell. ��26w  Msn/men with pickup lor dump  runs, moving, etc. Rob 886-3622.  ���27w  8P0RESS PAINTING  & WALLPAPERING  ��� Specialty Fanlalwe  ��� Preaaure Washing  FREE ESTIMATES  885-7838  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentry, drafting, tree estimates. References  available. 866-3463. TFNs  Need your house cleaned? Reliable woman available, good rets.  686-8314. I28w  Hard woiking college student will  do odd jobs, wash windows, etc.  Mike. 866-8885. <27w  Am: Ytw Wanting  YotK Bi SINKS  To Prosper?  Strategic Hmlness  Ctmsulting  Available-At  Reaitnnahle Rates  Tel: 886-2596  Lawns/Outdoor cleanup. Man/men  available casual or regular basis,  reliable. 886-3822. ����w  Will's Window Washing and Yard  Maintenance. 885-7733.     ��27w  Cheryl _ Al's 4 Kids. Home 8  Yard Cere house cleaning, lawn  cutting, trimming, rototilling or?  Babysitting, lor into. 865-0531.  ���28w  CUSTOM DESIGN SERVICES  Custom home designs and drawings. Protessionai engineers  reports, commercial designs. Project Management. 886-4743.��27cn  Kwik Kerb landscape, edging. Free  estimates. 885-0678.       ��26cn  WORD  PROCESSING  'Laser Printer*  Sunshine Office  .Services  Phone/Fax  885-6390  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpsts ��� Upholstery  roWBRJL TRUCK-  MCUMrEDEOUPtatKT  BESTFOSSBsfRESULfS  JUST ASK ABOUNO  RESTOty  886-3823  PEERLESSTREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work. Free estimates. 885-2109.   TFN  Have iiaowers, will travel. Brushcut-  ting, e-aadesling, etc. 685-3737.  ���28w  TIRED OF YOUR COUNTERS?  Let ia repair, refinish, or recolour.  885-8057. t28w  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 883-  2978. TFN  Nanny/housekeeper lor one  month. Redrooffs area. Car essential. Call Millie, 883-2400.  ��28cn  Funding tor new/expanding child  care centres. Priority to Richmond/Van Working Family Initiatives. 667-6676. I26cn  Responsible, expenenced live-out  nanny, will provide loving lun stimulating child care and light housekeeping lor July ( August. Lisa  686-7668. ��7w  Need summer child care1 Conscientious, expenenced 17 yr old. sludent. likes children, looking for  summer employment. Have own  transportation. Excel, rels. Call  Jessica 885-4099. H27cn  licensed After School Care  St. Bart's Hall  (near Gibsons Elementary)  For Ages 5-9  kgis n�� now roe stmuu���  886-2064  HOUSE 6 BOAT CLEANING.  Honesl, dependable and hard  working. 685-0196. S26cn  Concrete - Specializing in driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, exposed '  aggregate. 886-8095.       TFNs  Arbutus Construction  and Landscaping  ' Lawn and garden care' Ponds:  water gardens' Case 1840 Skid  Steer Loader ' Cedar Decks:  Patios'Bill 885-5446,970-2019.  ���26w  LAWN ANO GARDEN' Mil  Scaao string in gardening en),  lawn maintenance  ��� Pruning ��� Trimming - Fertilizing -  Garden Clean-up  Commercial 6 Residenlial  886-0180 Iv. mess.  EXTRA! EXTRA!  Drop oft your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  The Coast News  asSaachaan  "SEBERRY SERVICES"  Lawns cut, need whacking windows and gutter cleaning. Call  Rick. 885-9899. ��26cn  Experienced reliable watchman  available nights 6 weekends. 885-  5937 mess, tor John, site 56.I28W  Bookkeeping, manual or computerized. Experienced, accurate, confidential. References 685-0334.  ���26*  Word processing, audiotape transcription, mailing lists. 685-9419.  ���26w  I'M YOUR HANDIMAN  Porches, Additions, Remodelling,  Soianums, No pb im small. Bill at  886-0360 or 24 hr. pager 1-977-  6532. TFN  Experienced nurse-aid offers home  support, care, companionship Relerences, Susan 866-4282. I28w  Custom Iraming, decks 6 fences.  Call Tony 886-0120. Refs. available. ��28cn  Light hauling. Yard 6 basement  clean-ups. Seniors discount. Norm.  896-8603. Wew  Certified 'A' welder would like lo  relocate. Message 1-291-7599.  ���26w  One ton truck for hire. Will do pressure washing. Reasonable rates.  886-2106. ���30w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd jobs.  685-3917. TFNs  a^pWeBot*-* Services  Excavating ��� Backfilling  Waring Walls-Trenching  Landscape Co.*struction  Drainage  TFNs  REQUEST FOR  PROPOSAL*  SECHELT  The Corporation wishes In  Is-ase approximately 1,040  m2 (11,200 sq. fl.) of  rentable office space in  Sechell. (Courtroom  Facilities). Occupancy is  desired lor April I, 1994.  The Corporation would  also he interested in  receiving proposals which  contain an option to  purchase during the term  of lhe lease.  The location needs 10 he  central, very easy fo find,  and easily accessible. The  space Is required 10 he in  one pari, single floor,  single tenant building with  direct public access al  grade.Slafr parking is  required for 8 vehicles plus  I handicapped parking  slall. One (I) secure  parking stall also to he  provided. Designated  parking shall he available  on a 24-hour basis, seven  days per week.  Gross turnkey proposals  which include lhe cost of  all operating/maintenance  services, taxes and limp  except for janitorial and  lampage are preferred. A  ten (10) year lerm wilh a  renewal option Is desired  Interested parlies should  telephone Jennifer Smith  in Victoria al 387-7394 10  ohiain the specification  package.  Proposals should be  submitted hy Jul; 20th,  1993, lo:  leasing Manager  B.C.Buildin��s  Corporatism  Box 1112  3350 Douglas Stmt  Vlctorta,B.C. V8VV2T4  The Corporation reserves the  right lo negotiate any proposal  and ihe lowest or any proposal  will not necessarily be  ii  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  A HUSOVAHNA  FOREST a GARDEN  PROOUCTS  Forest & Garden  Dealerships  available for Sechelt  Call Oorhn at  Tideline Marine  885*4141  SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY  MINI STORAGE  LOCKERS  SECHELT* GIBSONS  U LOCK INC.  Gibsons: 886-8460  Sechelt: 885-6422  *7��l ataMatse ass/ teeited.  On Sift IHUtnaftmemr  Have your own business, work  your own hours, selling exquisite  last��� jewelry by an all Canadian  company. Call Linda 965-5178 or  Teresa 469-2664.' ��26w  Rapidly accumulating income  through unique and different marketing approach. Ground tloor  opportunity. 1-80O-353-4637. transit Ml 123. ��26cn  SCHOOL TEACHER HOMEMAK-  ERS find oul why you'ie tt"  MOST successlul. For more information phone 865-0345.    I28w  Want an opportunity to become  involved in network marketing with  no quotas, no inventory, bonuses  paid weekly t more? 885-0301.  #9faav  MINI  STORAGE  885-0333  Drop off your  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  AT  Marina Pharmacy  in Pender Harbour  A Friendly People Race"  Summer child care available in  bright, spacious home, flexible  hours. 886-7375. ��27w  As of June 24, Paul Ryan Leonard  Coales will change name lo Paul  Ryan Munro. #26w  BChydro  INVITATION TO TENDER  DESCRIPTION REFERENCE SITE VISIT DATE CLOSING DATE  Janilrmal Snivire     ,1109 MSA/93         6 July 13 11 July 13  AIMaleipina 09:00 am 11:00 em  Substation, Madeira Park, BC  Janitorial Servaco     .1109 COM/93        7 July 13 13 July 93  AlClowhomGS 01:00am 11:00am  (al the head ol Salmon Intel)  Tender may be obtained at the Site Visil (Malaspina Substation) or  Irom Ihe Sechelt Dislricl Olfice, 4350 Rainbow Road (on the comer ol  Field Road and Rainbow Road). Sechelt. B.C. Sealed tenders clearly  marked wilh reference will be received at Ihe Cheekye Substation by  mail (Box 3000. Garibaldi Highlands. B.C. VON ITO) or by FAX (896-  9642) until 1100 am on the above closing dale. Please note site visit  lime and dale. Please direct any queries to Beth Haynes, Cheekye  Substation. Squamish. B.C. Phone 896-9852.  REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS  MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT,  LANDS AND PARKS  The Ministry ol Environment, Lands and Parks-invites  separate proposals lor the maintenance ol Visitor  Services within each ol Ihe following Provincial Parks:  The Parks are:  1. Mice Lake Provincial Park Located 13 km north ol  Squamish, B.C. Mandatory bidders meeiing July  23,1993 al Alice Lake Park Ollice, Brackendale,  B.C. al 12:30 p.m.  2. Birkenhead Lake Provincial Park: Located 55 km  north ol Pemberton, B.C. Mandatory bidders  meeting July 30,1993 at Birkenhead Lake Park  Service yard at 2:00 p.m.  3. Porpoise Bay Provincial Park: Lncatnri S km north nl  Sechelt, B.C. Mandatory bidders meeiing July 22,  ' 1993 at the Porpoise Bay Park Ollice at 10:00 a.m.  4. Saltery Bav Provincial Park: Located 27 km south  ol Powell River, B.C. Mandatory bidders meeiing  August 12,1993 al Ihe Saltery Bay Park service  yard (Mermaid Cove campground) al 9:00 a.m.  Mandatory bidders' meeting will be held lor each park on  Ihe above-mentioned dales. Anyone attending a bidders'  meeiing must be registered and in possession ol Ihe  proposal documents prior to commencement ol the  bidders' meeiing.  NOTE: Proposal packages are only available Irom June  30,1993 unlil 2 days prior lo Ihe bidders meeiing.  Documents will be available al Ihe following locations:  Garibaldi or  /Sunshine Coasl District Governmenl Agent  Alice Lake Provincial Park       6953 A|bemi s��e,  P.O. Box 220  Brackendale, B.C.  VON I HO  Telephone: 898-3676  Powell River, B.C.  VSA 2BB  Telephone: 485-2815  Government Agent  102-5710 Toredo Street  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  Telephone: 885-5187  ' To register your interesl and receive a copy ol the  requesl lor proposal document, provide cash, money  order or bank drall lor S53.50 (GST Included) payable lo  Ihe Minister ot Finance and Corporate Relations.  Inlormation about this opportunity may be obtained Irom  BC Parks Districl Ollice in Squamish. The tender may  also be viewed al the above-mentioned offices free ol  charge.  YOU'LL .MAKE  MONEY WITH  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  a_^_i_mmniaakSSe_m_m  ^a^^umjj^jmummam  iMMa  mm Coast News, June 28, 1993  17  Septic leak shuts Roberts Creek hall  CaptDan  Mackinnon  usingetectronk  charting  aboard the  Queen of  Cowichan  Electronic charting system  mapping out safety at sea  by Susan SUtt  Safety and efficiency in  marine navigation are driving  the move to high-tech electronic  charting systems. Under a six-  year $7.6 million program, (he  Canadian Hydrographic Service  (CHS) of the Department of  Fisheries and Oceans is acting  quickly in the development of  electronic charting technology.  Initial stages of the program  are under way and include digitizing paper charts and equipment trials. Through a $1.6 million contract with Offshore Systems Limited, a British  Columbia company and worldwide leader of electronic chart  systems, test projects to evaluate  the technology are now on  board ships on Canada's east  and west coasts, the Great Lakes  and the St. Lawrence River.  British Columbia  Ferries is one  participant in tbe  CHS program  British Columbia Ferries is  one participant in Ihe CHS program. Captain Ian Mackinnon,  Master of the Queen of  Cowichan, is using the electronic chart system on the Horseshoe Bay-Sunshine Coast route.  "Our part of the project is to  assess the capability of the  equipment in our particular sector of the marine industry," says  Mackinnon. "We'll evaluate it  and make our recommendations  after a two-month test period.  After that, the system will be  tested for four months on the  southern Swartz Bay-  Tsawwassen route."  Feedback from industry is  key to the success of lhe program. Client needs can be  extremely varied, ranging from  shipping, engineering, environmental assessment, training programs, and public transportation  systems.  Other projects include trials  on the Soconav crude oil tanker,  operating in the St. Lawrence  between Quebec City and Montreal and on ferries in Atlantic  Canada; this includes the  Marine Adanlic Ferry which is  assessing the system's capabilities in the huge tidal ranges of  theBayofFundy.  The modern mariner uses a  myriad of advanced technology,  but the job of plotting a ship's  position must still be done in  much the same way as a hundred years ago - manually collecting navigation information  and plotting the fix with a pencil  onto a paper chart. The method  works, but it is subject to error  and it's time consuming. So  time consuming that by Ihe time  the task is completed the ship is  no longer in the position plotted.  The captain only knows where  the ship has been, not where it  is.  Electronic charting technology is a dramatic leap towards  instant, detailed information  about a ship's position. This is  made possible by integrating the  US Global Positioning System  (GPS) - satellite positioning signals - with the electronic chart.  With the use of radio beacons  provided by the Canadian Coast  Guard (also participants in the  program), GPS allowi ftij th**-  charting system to continuously  locate a ship within five metres  of ils true position in "realtime".  In simple terms, electronic  charts are computer systems. A  navigation chart is digitized and  displayed on a screen which  automatically shows the realtime position of a vessel. The  system is made up of hardware,  software and data. The hardware  and software are known as the  Electronic Chart Display and  Information System (ECDIS).  The date which operate the  ECDIS can be both static, such  as a rocky shoreline, and  dynamic, such as a ship's position.  In terms of safety, the move  to digital charts is a revolutionary advance in protecting  human life and ships and preventing environmental damage  due to collision or accident at  sea. Oceans not only moderate  the climate and provide habitat  for animal and plant life, they  are also used for energy, protein, employment, recreation  and transportation. According to  the 1987 Report of the World  Commission on Environment  and Development, the amount  of oil spilled from tankers every  year approaches 1.5 million  tons. Built-in alarm systems in  electronic chart technology  warns of reefs and other vessels,  giving the mariner time to avoid  groundings and collisions.  High-end, sophisticated systems for large commercial ships  are currently being used in the  pilot tests. These cost in the  neighbourhood of $ 100,000. But  an entire range of electronic  charts is now on the market,  suitable for a variety of small  craft uses. What the display  monitor can show will vary  according to a ship's supporting  sensors. These systems cost  $25,000 or less. CHS is providing digitized date for both vector and rastor-based electronic  charts.  The switch to electronics is a  boon to business. Industries,  like Offshore Systems of North  Vancouver, BC and Matrix  Technologies of St. John's  Newfoundland, are developing  and marketing the systems and,  while the CHS is digitizing  some of the charts, most of the  work is contracted out to private  companies.  The CHS program has been  stepped up in response to the  1990 recommendations of a  public review panel on tanker  safety and oil spill response  In simple terms,  electronic charts  are computer  systems  capability.  Canada is an active participant in the International Maritime Organization (IMO) and  the International Hydrographic  Organization (1HO), the two  main organizations developing  and proposing international  standards for electronic navigation. Results from the CHS pilot  projects will contribute to the  definition of international standards, and to the appropriate  legislation for the use of electronic charts.  Susan Stilt is a freelance  technical writer.  by Derek McNaughton  The Roberts Creek Community Hall is shut down indefinitely, and the community association which okayed last  week's summer solstice dance  has been fined $300, said association president Jack Eldred,  Friday.  Coast-Garibaldi health officers ordered the hall closed June  18 because of the hall's leaking  septic tank.  "The tank is leaking," said  Eldred, "but we'd already  booked [the hall] for Saturday  and Sunday. To be on the safe  tide, I put two porta-potties  out"  Eldred said he is working to  repair the tank; but he received  a call Irom the health office on  the night of the dance, and was  told to shut it down. "I said,  "The dance is probably in full  swing ��� you go tell them.'"  RCMP arrived midway  through the dance, and warned  organizers to corral those with  alcohol inside the hall, but made  no attempt to foreclose the festivities. Organizers said RCMP  bad received alcohol complaints.  Then on Sunday, a wedding  was held at the hall, even  though Eldred told the bride of  the hall's restriction. The  woman, said Eldred, since  aware RCMP did not curtail the  dance, rightfully insisted to use  the hall. "Verbal orders don't  go," he said.  Monday   morning,   said  SPARKLE     Cant afford  CAR CLEAN     a new car?  \ \ \ ' ' /// / /      Glvtyouroidonea  ^^_QikE_>*// 1/ brandnewlookwitha  ~^ )^utPoMphiswtu"  (Beside*  HwylOlGibioni  itkUKLandKaping)  886-0355  Wash ft Vac  $14.11  y  Eldred, he met Coast Garibaldi  health official Jim Brooks.  "With that he had a citation, a  fine for $300 for holding tbe  dance and allowing the wedding  to proceed when he wanted it  shut." The hall is now closed  "for I don't know bow long," he  said, "they wouldn't even let us  open for the bingo."  Eldred added that bingo revenue amounts to $50-70,000 a  year, but "this is all of course  curtailed right now."  Coast Garibaldi officials  could not be reached Friday.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  Lrmrowaia at homt- avail lav  M/AobaalCife  Maflt*h��**aVta*a*d*liea*.**.lfl|  li>atoorrt����.^YaaTllala*iSrnailrr  RafafUMf Home Check of UvMaflcnte  CA11SHARON 885-2228  IMmmm-VtU.  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  BwncheeCoeatToCoeet  Notice Board Jft  Ongoing events must be updated monthly  We reserve the right to edit submissions lor brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profll events  of genuine communily interest  Ilems win he listed three weeks prior to the event.  WEDNESDAY, JUNE M  The QO Teen Centre Invites everyone,  of all agae to our Coffee Houaa. The  centre Is located at Brother* Park, next to  the baseball fleldi.  THURSDAY, JULY 1  aunahlna Coaet Twin Club play group  cancelled due lo holiday.  Canada Day Family Celebration,  Dougal Park, Gibaona. Official opening  Hem.  SATURDAY JULY J    Fourth Annual Malaspina Regatta -  "round the buoys" race in Malaspina  Straits el the mouth of Pender Harbour  followed by BBQ at newly-developed  Garden Bay Marina Park. 883-2689.  Sargeant Bay Society - Marine Lite  Field Trip at Sargeant Bay, 11:00 a.m.  We will be dragging a nel along the  beach at one of the lowest tides of the  year. Learn about the many creatures  (bat live In the tidal zone. Children  welcome.  Davla Say/Wilson Creek Community  Association Crefl Sal* - al The Wilson  Creek Hall on Davis Bay Road 10 am ��� 2  pm. Table Rent $6.00 ea. For  roeorvallona or info., call Bill, 885-7490.  SUNDAY, JULY 4  Featlval Concert Series preaenls the  Ramcolt Trio, 2 pm, Rockwood Centre.  Tickets $12 at Festival Box Office. Info:  8*5-9631.  Sandcaell* Contest, t pm, Davis Bay.  Everyone welcome. Sponaorad by Trail  Bay Merchants.  MONDAY, JULY 12  Sunahlne Coaet Home Baeed  Buelneee Aeeoclatlon - Regular  monthly meeting, 7-9. Member  Presentation this month by Karon  Harman ol Kiddie Cat Day Care followed  by an open diecueeion on "Collecting  Outstanding Accounts". Admission: Paid  Members: Fro* and Non Membera: $2.00  drop In le* Collee and Tea available ($1  donations accepted to help pay for cost*.  For more information conlact Richard  Currie at 885-6215.  MISCELLANEOUS  Weet SM* Story - with conductor Lyn  Varnon, director Kerry Mahlman, and  choreographer Karen Boothroyd will be  preeented by the Sunshine Coast Music  Society. Tickets ar* available el Sayward  Books, Qlbaona;  Talewind Books,  Sechelt; and Retlactione Hair Studio In  Pender Harbour. Tickets by malt can be  arranged at 885-7712. Performancee are  at 7:30 July 1,2, 3,6, 7,8,9 and 10 and  at 2 pm July 4 and 11 at Raven'* Cry  Theatre.  Ill* Birth Control Clink al the Coaat  Garibaldi Health Unit In Qlbaona will be  closed Thursday July 1. Business ae  uaual Thursday July 6. Open 7 pm -  9 pm. No appointment needed, 885-7770.  The Oo Teen Centre la located at  Brothers Park, next to Ihe baseball Held*.  Wear* op*n Thur*. 4-8, Fri. 4-g,  Sat. noon-10 pm and Sun. 1-5. For mora  into call 886-0496 during theae hour*.  Rockwood Events - July 28: 30 Hand  Building and Primitive Firing Technlquea  Workahop with Laura We* lay end Lisa  Blackwell $150 plus loot* I day. Jury 5 -9:  Children's Theatre Workshop wilh Maggi  Kalsra-Gu**!, $60 including snacks. July 12  - 23: Summer Mueic Camp wilh Karen  Tigert $25. Call lor details 885-2522.  Coaat-Oarlbaldl Health Unit: Effective  immediately, the health unit's new phone  number is 886-5600. 26  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum, 718  Winn Rd., across from Post Ollice,  Gibeona. Displaya are constantly  changing. Wheelchair accessible.For  hours ol opening or to book a tour 886-  8232.  Pender Harbour Aquatic a Fitness  Centre The cenlre la closed 'til Sept. 11.  Sunohln* Ceeat Art* Centre preaenta  Oegraaa ot Intensity, sculpture by Kay  Bonathan. through June 30; Wed-Sat, tl  am -4 pm; Sun, 1-4 pm.  Sunahlne Art Studio: July 4-Aug. 27, 1  waek eeaeiona of painting, drawing a  mora. For children 5-13 yean. Davis Bay  Wileon Creek Community Hall. Pre-register Jun* 27, 2-5 pm or call 886-8782 or  886-2593.  Parent-Tot Drop-In 4 Summer  Adventure* II: the Parent-Tot Drop-In  In Sechell I Wilson Creek is closed and  svltl ra-op*n the lint week ol October. The  Qlbaona Drop-In will remain open until  Jun* 22 on Tuesdays 1 Thuradays  (Thursday program to be cancelled If  attendance too low). Info: Karen Scoll,  886-8648 or Community Services, 885-  5881. Sutmiw AdvMtum will again be  offered in the Gibaona area - e program  ot 8 outdoor adventures in July & August  lor parents - children 1-5 yrs. old. Choice  of Tuesday or Thursday. Coal: $30 to be  paid at registration. Limited to 20 families  per day. Register at Gibeona In Jun* or  call Karan Scolt, 886-8648.  4th Annul San the Strait Marathon.  Aug. 20-22, expects to attract hundrads ot  paiUclpente to cmee Gajorgl* Strait under  human power. For an Information pack*  age, to regieter as a participant, an escort  boat, sponsor or to VOLUNTEER, call  Marathon Coordinator Eleanor Taylor  (604) 741-0094, FAX 753-2587 or Writ*  Saw Georgia Strait Alltanoe, 1201, 195  Comm*rci*ISt., Nanaimo, B.C. V9R 505.  Shlatiu Student Clinic: Japanese  Acupreeeure le an energetic eyatem ol  helling etras*, pain relief & uiavciitkai of  dleeaeo. Info: Marie, 883-2142. SO  MONDAYS  Adult Children et Alcohollee/Dye-  functtonel Famlll** meeta 7:30-9 pm,  St. Mary'a Church Hall, Gibeona        28  AA Woman'* Qroup. 8:15 pm, Action  Centre, Dolphin St. (across Irom Poet  Office). 885-5680. X  TUESDAYS  "Living With Cancer" Support Qroup  meeta every other Tu**day, Kirkland  Centre, Davla Bay. 1 pm. Info 885-5861  or 8864369.  WEDNESDAYS  aunahln* ToestmesUrs meetings al  7:30 pm at Chaielech S*oond*ry, Room  115. Learn leederehlp, communication  and public speaking skills. Everyone wel-  com*.  Story Tim* for agee 3-5,10 am, Gibeona  A Dietrid Public Ubmry, 464 S. Fletcher,  Gibaona. 888-2130. 30  THURSDAYS  SC'a Weight Lees Support area*  meet* *ftemoons 1230-2:30pm, cat 888-  2692, and evening* 6:30-8:00pm, call  886-7158, at th* Unltad Church,  Gleasford Rd, Gibeona.  s"a*-D*p*a**tency Qroup lor people living  with en active alcoholic or drug addict, 6-  8 pm, through Jury 1. Info: 885-5880.  AA Woman'* Qroup. noon, Aotlon  C*ntre. Dolphin St. (across Irom Poet  Ollice). 885-5680. 30  FRIDAYS  Qlbeons UnNed Church Thrill Shop, 1-3  In baeemant, rear of church, Truman  26  R  Coast News  Classifieds...  They never .stop moving.  885-3930 or 886-2622 18  Coast News, June 28, 1993  iVai'Yc more than just tire  TUNE UPS  Is your can  1. Burning Excwsive Fuel?  2* Running .Poorly?  3. Polluting the Environment?  Call 886-2700 for att appointmentl  m  Coundl mum on possible OCP changes  From London, Ontario  toLondon^^^^  ALLIED  The Caretul Movers  Whether your next move takea you across the world or to a new  hometown in Canada, choose Allied. More than 1,100 Allied  representatives Is one reason why Allied moves twice as many  lamilies as any olher mover.  Call today tor a tree no obligation estimate.  LEI WMY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom packing, etorego, local I long dlalence moving.  HWY 101, GIBSONS  Pender rlerbou, customed   Aaa*. - -teas, a  pleese CALL COLLICT     OOO-CTtW  by Charles Hart  There are revisions afoot, bul for now  nobody is saying just how far they reach into  Ihe draft official communily plan unveiled  by Gibsons last month.  A meeting of council and slall Tuesday  began the public comment review process  and more meetings are planned. In thc meantime, "I'm not prepared to comment on any  tentative changes made," said Mayor Eric  Small.  Several hundred people attended open  houses in the Marine Room at thc end of last  month to study and pen their impressions of  the draft community plan, which underwent  an extrcnsive overhaul last year. Other residents took Ihe 100-page document home and  Sechelt and  wrote in more detailed assessments and suggestions for change.  I'm not prepared to comment  on any tentative  changes made  -Eric Small  Tuesday was the first opportunity for  council membcis to roll up their sleeves and  pour over Ihe content of responses. Small  said council has not so far ruled out Ihe possibility of a further open house.  Cllr. Ted Hume, who has been an outspoken critic of one of the more controversial  defintions in the OCP - the concept of a  working harbour - said he was pleased with  Tuesday's meeting. "I'm sort of satisfied  wilh the way ihings are going at the  moment," he said. "As you know I've been  having a fairly tough fight."  Hume noted lhat there has been a volume  of reaction to Ihe working harbour concept,  housing densities and ideas about commercial development contained in the draft. He  would say no more. "We can foresee some  changes... 1 don't want to say anything more  at the moment." Hume said he would prefer  the town to host another open house before  bringing the OCP to a formal public hearing.  Council seems ready to schedule a public  hearing date before the end of summer.  Coast News Classifieds  GET RESULTS!  Sechelts  prepare to  celebrate  unity  Co-operation between lhe  District of Sechelt and thc  Sechelt Indian Band is highlighting a theme of "Unity in tho  communily" for this year's Celebration Days being held in conjunction with Canada Day festivities ihis Thursday.  In fact, this will be first year  Some of the fun at last year's celebration Days  from discussions at recent  the events are being hosted hy  both lhe district and thc band,  said organizer Beverly Tanchak,  an idea which originally sprung  racism workshops.  Fun for members of the  entire community begins in the  file pholo  morning July I, wilh judging of  float entries at 10 a.m., followed  by a colourful parade starting at  11 a.m.  Canada Day ceremonies -  including a pipe band, hoisting  of the flag and singing of Oh  Canada - gets underway at  Hacked Park at noon.  During the afternoon, there  are amusements for all ages  planned, including entertainment by local musicians, games  and races, and a "hullabaloo"  creative workshop for Ihe kids.  Helicopter rides, sponsored  by Ihe Rotary Club - lake off all  day from Ihe foot of Inlet  Avenue. For aspiring entertainers, a star search for both Icen  and pre-leen age groups is being  organized by Nikki Webber for  the Sechelt Seniors Centre.  At dinner time, the venue  switches to the Sechelt Indian  Band hall for a salmon bar-  beque, story telling and an  acoustic music jam. The day  closes with fireworks at 10 p.m.  at Trail Bay Beach.  Gibsons has a few Canada  activities planned of ils own  slated for Dougall Park, including a 8 am pancake breakfast  served up by the Kinsmen.  Other activites include craft  tables and food booths, as well  as things for Ihe kids and  teenagers lo do. There will be a  dunk tank for dousing local celebrates and music will fill the  air  IVI.Q  600 DRAKE  Your Home Away From Home'1  VLCPRDF/fauSSLTO.  ptii-��dlvia-mtnyXttiD**i��view  ou/brand ne'' 192 suite  rental apjttuvt/ir. tower.  .vwmmYictiCKMicr.  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