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 Parliament Buildings  Victoria B.C. ��8 V8V 1X5  Atten Rod Cardin  I  COAST^NEWS  SO cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABMSHED     1945  July 5,1993 Volume 47 Issue 27  Coralee, Darren and Deandra Zueff figure they've got summer licked.  Joel Johnstone photo  Region  sampling  water  for metal  leaehate  by Jane Seyd  The regional district is looking for more households to volunteer for a drinking water  sludy which will show whether  metals are leaching into water  used by Sunshine Coast residents.  The study - which should  start next month - will follow up  on a review last year which  found evidence thai small  amounts of both copper and  lead were leaching out of household plumbing and into the  water.  Said works superinlendenl  Sieg Lehmann: "It warranted  further investigation."  According to the 1992 study  - which included six residenlial  homes as well as sampling sites  within Ihe waler system - waler  from Chapman Creek is naturally acidic, which makes il more  corrosive to plumbing fixtures.  "Significant levels" of copper were found in drinking  waler. l-cad levels in one sample were above Canadian drinking waler standards, while two  others were above more stringent US guidelines.  Lead can cause heallh problems like tiredness, anemia and  behavioural changes in children.  Lehmann says for Ihe new  study, the district is looking for  60 households to volunteer for  two water samples, to be taken  six months apart.  In each case, the waler will  be left silting in the pipes for at  least six hours before sampling.  In particular, the survey is  looking for houses built  between 1982 and 1987 when a  lead/tin solder was used in  household plumbing.  Lehmann says any solder  which went in before 1982 has  probably already leached metals  out while no lead was used in  plumbing solder after 1987.  So far, aboul 20 households  have volunteered for the survey.  Health unit awaits group home report  byRoxanne (iregory   Coast Garibaldi medical health officer.  Dr. Paul Martiquet, is awaiting a draft report  outlining investigations conducted by Ihe  community care facilities licensing hoard  into lhe operations of Ihe Fairview group  home. Thc report, expected within two  weeks, will focus on lhe Gibsons home,  which is operated hy the Sunshine Coast  Association for Community Living.  Rcccnl allegations by staff and others  have resulted in investigations by the Ministry of Social Services and the Ombuds  man's office. ,***^*s��.* -  "Wc have met with the Ministry of Social  Services regional manager, Brian McCaugh-  cy, and with local people who are involved.  We arc getting co-operation at all levels,"  said Martiquet. "Once I receive the report, il  will go to the association. It will be Iheir  decision to make Ihe report public. It's purely coincidental lhat lhe Ministry of Social  Services provincial review team has also just  completed their assessment of Ihe facility."  In an interview, newly elected president  of lhe SCACL Frank Schmidlt, said that he  has sent letters to both<McCaughey and Martiquet requesting that the report be made  public. Schmidtt also said that the report by  thc provincial review team would be available by lhe middle of July.  In talking aboul some of the repercussions  of the investigations, Schmidtt said he had  met wilh staff and management at the home  and there was some 'tension' between them.  Schmidlt also said he was aware of a  grievance involving a slaff member who is  suspected of financial mismanagement.  turn to gage 2  Sechelt celebration  goes out with a bang  It didn't rain on their parade.  Celebration Days organizers  got lucky this year, and the  clouds held off unlil after the  floats had passed and Oh, Canada was sung before afternoon  rain descended on Hacketl Park  Thursday. _______  For the  crowd  that turned out lo  line Cowrie Street in  the morning, there  was everything from  a brigade of young  bicyclists,        thc  Shriners  in  Iheir    ~~~  fezes, country line dancers  swinging their hips and thc  Pegasus team kicking soccer  halls along thc parade route.  Olher participants included a  minor hockey leam on roller  blades, antique cars, and several  clowns dispensing candy as well  as a "travelling" grocery store  from Clayton's Heritage Market  (tended lo by a swarm of young  The general  ambience was  really nice'  -Beverly Tanchak  "clerks") and a fleet of wheelbarrows full of balloons from  Gibsons Building Supplies.  Al Hacked Park, after the  national anthem and the colour  parly, everyone settled down lo  hotdogs, hamburgers and dough-      nuts. A variety of  booths, wilh everything from children's  clothes to tarot readings provided diversions from the rain,  while Ihe kids gathered under the tent  " for musical enler  lainmenl and storytelling.  In the evening, 300 people  were served a salmon barbeque  al thc Sechcil Indian band hall.  Tickets were sold out in advance  and "Ihe general ambience was  really nice," said Beverly Tanchak. After dark, Ihe evening  wenl oul wilh a bang wilh fireworks set off from thc Sechell  band soccer field.  A revitalised Cowrie Street swarms wilh this year's Celebration  Day's Parade. 'ocl Johnstone pholo  NDP  powers  upfor  more  dams  by Derek McNaughton  Home is where the water is.  If the Kemano, the Mica, the  Duncan, the Keenlyside and  many other hydroelectric projects across BC were thought to  be the last water diversion projects necessary for a seemingly  unlimited thirst for electricity -  think again.  The provincial government  is currently reviewing 23 or  more hydroelectric projects -  six of which will send energy  directly to the Uniled States, a  recent energy report shows.  Some of the dams are  already built, some are proposals for new ones, some are  under way.  None, however, is without  consequence.  Almost 2,000 megawatts of  power is expected to come from  the power projects currently  before the Ministry of Energy  Mines and Petroleum  Resources. Roughly, that's  enough power to feed the  domestic needs of more than  120 cities the size of Sechelt,  according to energy consultant  figures. About 20 per cent of  the energy produced will be  exported to the US, the report  revealsv. ,  The province rtxcnttyrhxyretj  away from building big, corrtro-  versial and environmentally  risky hydroelectric dams,  choosing instead to build smaller, less conflict-mired water  projects, said Denise Mullen,  director with Ihe Ministry of  Energy and Mines.  Considered a small scale  project, the Sechelt Creek  hydro-electric bid is one such  plan recently approved by the  Ministry of Environment. The  $20 million water weir could  potentially divorce 200-million  cubic metres of water every  year from the creek.  "That's the way it's happening right now," Mullen said.  "There are quite a few applications in progress." The bigger  hydro plans, she added, gathered "serious concerns by the  general public."  Two months ago, based  upon recommendations from  Ihe BC Energy Council, Energy  Minisler Anne Edwards  announced the province will  continue lo ship BC electricity  produced to the USA, "subject  lo conditions that 'protect the  public' and the environment."  In May, the BCEC made 19  recommendations in a report on  long-term electricity export.  Among Ihem was a suggeslion  that communities damaged by  flooding because of an electricity exporting dam receive some  of the money made from the  sale of lhal power.  "Proceeds from exports  |should) be shared wilh the  local area impacted hy long-  term export projects."  turn to page 2  Hit Cottt MfMf  hxamtklna  ni*  Islands Trust advancing new land-use policies  by Derek McNaughton  The Islands Trust, which  oversees activities of 13 islands  including Bowen and Gambier,  lasl week extended its deadline  for public comment on a policy  statement which suggests what  should and should not proceed  on island land.  Thc policy has no legal  weight and was drafted more as  a vision statement, put on the  table because thc Islands Trust  Acl says il musl. The Islands  Trust "has no more authority  than a local government," said  Cynthia Hawksworth, manager  of long-range planning for the  Trust. The policy statement, she  said, "can only be staled as a  position lo what council thinks."  Though two people from  each island are elected as representatives to sit on the 26-mem-  ber Trust council, what the  council thinks is not, of course,  what everyone living on the  islands thinks.  Some say private property  and the right to do whal you like  with your land is al issue with  the land-use proposal and are  opposed to il. But "most people  are supportive," said  Hawksworth.  Born in 1974, the Islands  Trust is a form of local government with an eye towards  preservation of the Islands'  unique character.  "The approach we're using is  similar to the Commission on  Resources and Environment  groups," she said. "There's  nothing in Ihere (policy statement! extremely bizarre; it's  very much in line wilh what the  province is doing."  All local bylaws, added  Hawksworth, musl not be at  variance or at odds with Ihe policy statemenl. The draft states:  "The primary responsibility of  the Islands Trust council is to  provide for the preservation and  protection of lhe Trust area's  amenities and environment and  the stewardship of ils resources.  In making its decisions. Trust  Council will exercise caution  and err on the side of ecosystem  protection."  August 13 is now thc new  deadline for public comment. Coast News, July 5, 1993  NEW?  On  iaaby  ���rid* or bride to bo  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CAII. US!  Gibsons Saehelt lor Babies  Sylvia MtMMO      Rulh MS-S��47     Midge MS-3 3*0  c   electronics  Wayne Larsen is pleased to announce thai ff\*jkOaa__\  is now providing repqjrs and service to mos! makes anil  imxlels of radios, TVs, VCR's, CD's, Stereos, and camcorders.  Take your components lo one of our convenient depots:  Roberts Creek Store, Seaside Video in Wilson Creek,  Video Elc. or Max Music in Gihsoas; or:  Visit our shop al Williamsons Landing Reskk'nlial pick up  and delivery can lx- arranged al a nominal cost.  Call Wayne ai 886-2962  Sincere best wishes are extended to  Dr. Pamela Earle  on the occasion of her retirement  DR. GRANT WOOD  will continue to welcome  Sunshine Coast residents at the  Gibsons Optometry Clinic  Dr. Grant Wood  Optometrist  General Eye  ft Vision Care  Member of the  B.C. Association  of Optometrists  Gibsons Medical Dental Centre Office Hours  815 Sunshine Coast Highway      Taja-rjdt-jy-Friacry 8 a.m. lo 4 p.m.  mil S2 C73 Alternating Saturdays 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.  Gibsons. BC M6-7211  SELECT YOUR EXCHANGE]  STUDENT TODAY!  Choose a high school  exchange student from  France, Germany, England, CIS (formerly the  Soviet Union), Italy, or  Scandinavia to join your  family for a school year.  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But Brian Balfe, of Ihe navigable waters  protection division, said he has requested a  speedy response from Ottawa due lo both  public interest in the project and anxiousness  of Ihe developers.  Once the decision has been made, the reasons for il will also he released to the public.  Berni Claus, who co-ordinated the environmental assessment, said the decision is  also not necessarily Ihe end of lhe process.  If Ihe project is approved, Ihere may be  further requirements for developers to meet,  he said, while if the marina is rejected "the  proponent can always come back with another proposal."  In an earlier preliminary review this  spring, Claus staled the potential effects of  the development on Ihe environment would  be unacceptable because of anticipated losses of fisheries and wildlife habitat.  In particular, environment officials have  been concerned about a planned lock system  for Ihe marina.  Art McGinnis - co-developer of the marina - has said biological consultants for  Panorama Construction and the Sechelt Indian band still feel Ihe lock system is environmentally sound, despite comments from,  environment authorities.  Tanya Widsten and Mandi Ridded stop for a chat during the  Bike Safety Rodeo at the Gibsons Firehall. Sponsored by Howe  Sound Pulp and Paper, Gibsons Volunteer Fire Department,  and Gibsons RCMP, kids negotiated their bikes through three  course tests plus one written to achieve a certificate in bike  safety. Awards were supplied by Super-Valu, Gibsons Building  Supplies, Budget Video, Mountain High Cycle, Dockside  Pharmacy, and Gibsons IGA-Plus. Joel Johnstone photo  Police tracking more evidence in Tibb case  Sechelt police say they're  hoping to move forward this  week with an investigation into  the murder of Harold. R. Tibb.  whose body was found near  Tuwanek May 26.  At the time Tibb's body was  discovered, police said ihey  were considering lhe death a  murder, with robbery as a possible motive. Since then, investigations have continued and  police have leads on at least one  suspect in Ihe case, bul so far no  arrests have been made.  Information in the case has  been referred to Crown counsel,  said Corporal Bruce Haynes, but  so far no action has been taken.  Cause of death has not been  officially released.  Tibb was  last seen alive in Sechelt May  10 at the Ship Ahoy Cafe on  Cowrie Street, two weeks before'  his body was discovered.  An Earl's Cove resident,  Tibb had been regularly visiting  his wife at St. Mary's hospital.  Personal advocates proposed for handicapped  from page 1  Schmidtt continues lo receive phone calls  concerning the non-publicized sale of the  Achievement Centre sheltered workshop by  the society.  "We need to build some bridges. The firsl  item is communication. We need In talk  about why it happened, and where the  money is. We need to explain Ihe process."  This week he expects to have Ihe society's  audited financial statement, which was not  available at the AGM.  Three people have approached Schmidtt  and offered to acl as one-on-one advocates  for the three residents at Fairview, who are  without family on the Coasl. Schmidtt is currently exploring avenues for their approval  by MSS and Ihe SCACL.  Past association president, Liz Wilson,  explained why she felt advocates were necessary. "We think it is necessary, because  these women don't have anyone to speak on  their behalf. They don'l have anyone who  cares aboul what happens in their lives. We  want to make sure their standard of living is  what it should b*. I haven't been involved in.  the association for a while, and I don't mind  being involved at Ihe advocacy level. Being  an advocate allows me to be neutral. We've  had one meeting and we're trying to develop  some standards for what advocacy is."  Execulive director for the association.  Nan Judd, said, "We're all advocates for our  people ... and I certainly support the role of  an advocate. We're in the information-seeking phase of this process to determine what  that role will be. Everybody needs friends in  the community. Mentally challenged people  are often isolated in Iheir own communities."  HT"* 1 ���r  Pebbles from the past  ibsons Landing about 1930, looking south from  Bayview along Marine Drive - note Model "A" Ford.  ���  f  Tetik  ts  REALTY LTD.  Tour  Sunshine Coast  Specialists.  Vmm]��*��malUlamCuafaK^  Ojjv  U_tH,*mmrWeea-*.a***m,i.C.\Jt*m  nam: NM1I7, Vm. M *�����: M1-MM, Fa: MMMO  Social. environmental costs assessed  from page 1  Furthermore, the report continues, "an export  projecl musl consult, at the earliest stage, wilh the  Firsl Nations in whose traditional territory or territories Ihe project will have an impact." llie report,  however, says nothing about approval from native  groups.  Although it does admit: "The construction and  operation of hydroelectric dams and transmission  lines have inflicted major environmental and social  costs.  "Irreplaceable natural resources have been lost,  economic opportuities forgone, and families and  livelihoods displaced."  The report was based, said the minister, on  "eight months of consultation with environmental,  ratepayer, aboriginal and industry groups, and  members of the public."  1beph_mm\ooacbe_.mflm  akiexecxtivetf(tosm&Mi>nrBa  u/aMWutDtbmktbeJtmburing-po^  tbisbasebalseasmtbebestever.  Good Cent. 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The idea came from Dr. Eric Paetkau, a  Sechelt surgeon of 33 years who returned in  May from a month of work at a 100-bed hospital in Belct Huan.  The equipment will first be transported to  an American-based International Medical  Corps in Nairobi and will later be distributed  to hospitals in Somalia.  During his stint in Ihe country, Paetkau  performed surgery on countless Somali men,  women and children, all victims of a devastating civil war. He also helped to teach  Somali doctors.  Since returning from Belet Huan in May,  Paetkau has learned the hospital did get an  orthopedic surgeon lo replace him for one  month. Bul he said he's also received a letter  from a staff nurse at lhe hospital who wrote  lhal ihings have not been going well, and  that frustrations among relief workers have  been growing.  Regional district attaches dump fee to old tires  by Jane Seyd  New fees for tires dropped off at the Sechell landfill are part of a  developing plan from Ihe regional district to make both individuals  and the Sunshine Coasl in general more accountable for what we  throw away.  Calhy Kenny, thc new waste management coordinator, says the  cost for drop off will recover the expense of transporting and recycling tires into usable products. Previously, the lires had been either  landfillcd or stored in piles at lhe dump site.  The new fees of $1 per tire wilh rims removed or $3 for lires with  rims will now be added to a list of fees already in place at the landfill  - including those for disposing of brush, building materials, construction wasle and appliances. Currently the dislricl charges between $5  and $20 per average truckload to dispose of Ihose materials.  More of a "user pay" system is one of Ihe options now being considered by lhe regional district in developing its solid waste manage  ment plan. Under lhat system, users of the landfill pay more each lime  they need the service, but less of the overall costs come out of direct  taxation. Kenny says in Nanaimo Ihe local regional district has moved  from paying 95 per cent of landfill costs through taxes several years  ago to paying 85 per cenl of costs through user fees.  Critics of tipping fees say making people pay at the dump site may  encourage some of them not lo bother with the trip. "There certainly  is illegal dumping going on now," says Kenny. But she adds, "I don't  Ihink that's to do with fees." In the case of Nanaimo, backroad  dumping increased when fees went up, bul levelled off, says Kenny.  Certain hazardous waste materials - like explosives and batteries -  and others which should be recycled - like waste oil - are still not  accepted at the landfill. And there aren't many good answers for Ihe  question of whal lo do with hazardous materials.  Says Kenny, "Certainly in Ihe province we don'l have a good way  to deal with it."  TOP SELLER  I   It ' <  JOE WALKER  "9$J> Sechelt fyatty Ltd. congratulates  Joe Walfyr as top seller  for the month of-May"  [Tor proven results  and not just promises give Joe a call.  885-7818  police notes  ���  Sechelt RCMP attended a two-vehicle accident  on Highway 101 west of Sechelt Friday evening,  June 26. Two vehicles are believed to have been  driving back to Sechelt from Trout Lake when one  vehicle was passing. Bolh vehicles are believed lo  have been speeding al the lime. As the vehicles  entered a curve and met an oncoming vehicle, the  two vehicles lost control.  One went off the road right and lhe other wenl  off the road on Ihe lefl side of lhe road.  The oncoming vehicle was noi involved in lhe  accident. Six youths, 16 lo 20 years of age avoided  serious injuries but four of them were taken lo St.  Mary's Hospital for examination. Police are anticipating charges against bolh drivers.  Stolen Corvette  While police were investigating Ihe above accident, a police officer returning from Pender Harbour to provide assistance came upon a speeding  1976 Corvette. When police attempted to stop this  vehicle, the driver accelerated and took flight, bul  Inst control and skidded into thc bush when coming upon the first accident scene.  There were Iwo occupants, one fled into Ihe  bush and one was apprehended al the scene.  Robert Bushy (21) was arrested on an outstanding warrant from the Lower Mainland. Thc vehicle  was found lo have been stolen from Vancouver  and appears to have been destroyed in this accident. Identity of the second occupant of the vehicle  is not yet known.  Stolen Auto  Sechelt detachment responded to a reported  auto theft in progress al 5 am June 30 al East Porpoise Bay.  The thieves abandoned the vehicle and fled  when they realized lhat they were being observed  by the owner of lhe vehicle. Residents of lhe area  assisted the police in searching Ihe area which  resulted in the localion and arrest of a young  offender.  Ilems recovered from Ihe stolen vehicle were  found to have been stolen from a different vehicle  a short distance away.  A second offender fled from lhe scene and  police are attempting to locale and question a 19-  year-old male youth believed to be from North  Vancouver.  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Congratulations  to Dwayne Johnson,  winner of the trip for two  to Reno, Nevada.  > .*���  GIBSONS  706 Hwy 10 I  THURS I 1AM MIDNIGHT  rm SAT I I AM 1AM  ,���>'*��� 886-7675    886-7176  SECHELT  WILSON CREEK PLAZA  SUN THURS 11AM-11PM  FRI SAT 11AM MIDNIGHT  885-0321     885-4244 Coast News, July 5, 1993  opinion  Health transfusion  needs careful  monitoring  There is a revolution rumbling away in the bowels of  BC's health administration, but the eternal rhetoric that  radiates from the ministry on such motherhood promises  as greater cost savings and efficiency could be blinding  us to the reality that this time the beast is real.  Such an error in judgment could prove terminal.  The Royal Commission on Health which concluded in  1991 published its findings in a booklet called Closer lo  Home, the natural implications of which were that thc  medical system needs to undergo radical change - chiefly  to become more integrated with other community services in a way that would enable more 'patients' to function comfortably outside hospital walls.  The philosophy is based on the indisputable fact that il  is no longer possible to carry on in the same way with  hospital care. The costs of hospital medicine have  become staggering and they will continue to spiral with  the new technologies and accompanying technical skills  that are synonymous with modern medicine.  It has been true for too long that acute care beds across  BC have been taken up by long-term care patients, taking  up residence in hospitals for want of appropriate beds  cheaper and nearer home. That is just one example of the  need for a shift in approach.  We have arrived at a crossroads where the administration of health care is plagued by its own sickness across  the board. The provincial government has rightly concluded that it is time to dole out some new medicine.  And the changes being dispensed ensure that it won't  just be minions in the health ministry who are issuing the  prescriptions. A more direct say is being handed down to  the community through the formation of local health  councils. Stakeholders at the local level will be charged  with making key decisions, subject to certain checks and  balances within the ministry itself. The Coast has already  embarked on a pilot project, taking the first steps recently  in establishing a steering committee. The meeting itself,  however, attracted surprisingly little interest considering  the scope and magnitude of the system transfusion at  hand.  The whole process is likely to become quite contentious as power over decisions is delegated. As with  administering any cure, the patient can become quite  resistant, especially when the side effects are unpleasant.  So it's important to monitor the treatment closely as it  winds its way down through the system. Only then will  residents of the Coast, and every other local health council district, be able to ensure that the decisions being  made reflect their best interests in a more community-  based health care system.  Giving hope, aid  While on the subject of health, St. Mary's Hospital and  Dr. Erik Paetkau deserve a vote of thanks for their continuing commitment to the Somalia relief effort. Paetkau,  who recently volunteered his surgeon's skills for one  month to help people in the war-torn African country, is  co-ordinating the collection of medical supplies for shipment as aid.  It's that kind of community concern and commitment  that is the best hope for our own future health.  Preparing for  community change  Sechell and Ihe Sunshine  Coast is a wonderful, quiel area  thai I choose lo be pari of. by  purchasing retirement property.  I have greal hope for Sechell  and from my professional experience with Ihe consulting firm  of Lavalin, can see potential for  a brighl future if the area is  properly planned and administered.  To have the foresight and  integrity to advance for the good  of the whole and to safeguard  the options for the future is  indeed an important and difficult task.  Short-term gains are templing for us mere mortals. As a  taxpayer in Sechelt I feel I must  bring to your attention what  seems to be poor judgment  regarding lhe future vision and  management of resources governed by the districl.  I refer to three main tfWl  sions regarding the purchasing  and expansion of the administrative products and office space;  the high labour cost per amount  of services rendered; and lhe  unusually and unacceptably  small amount of land purchased  and set aside as park reserves  for Sechelt's future expansion.  In these times of fiscal  restraint may I recommend you  put off all but critical purchase!!  in the administrative arena,  reduce your labour staffing  overhead and by all means take  advantage of the relatively low  land prices and selection of  good locations for future parks  that is now available.  Prepare now to position  yourself for the two industries  lhat have the highest growth:  outdoor tourism and retirement.  Both of these consistent, long-  term revenue generators are  heavily dependent on a nice natural environment.  Act now to protect and preserve Ihe watershed to ensure  clean drinking waler (an  increasingly important component) and perhaps have a  social/entertainment focus, such  as a school of theatre, that caters  to both the tourism market and  your domestic retirement market.  Diversification is encouraged  as well, with avoidance of pollution generating industries.  In closing, I would like to  apologize for my brief explanations and recommendations, but  I am very busy and believe you  have the experience to understand these general concepts of  urban planning.  I appreciate your attention  and thank you in advance for  addressing my concerns. Make  these adjustments now and  Sechelt's future can be healthier, happier and brighter for  everyone.  C. POIRIER  Toflno  Meeting planning  challenges  The latest version of lhe Gibsons Official Community Plan  was unveiled recently and I  have a few problems with lhe  direction council is heading.  For openers, I think the plan  lacks vision in the treatment of  Ihe harbour and lower Gibsons  in general. It seems we Canadians like our views and vistas.  Every natural gem we have is so  popular we rush to All them in  and block ihem out wilh condos  or plastic houses for the enjoyment of a few fortunate owners  and the rest of us are relegated  to a sterile pathway leading  nowhere (an ideal place for the  condo crowd to relieve iheir  poodles).  I have no problem wilh condos except that most of them are  build-and-run designs that have  nothing to do with Iheir natural  surroundings. At best, most of  them are just a poor example of  people warehousing. This isn't  representative of the natural and  social setting we now enjoy.  A well designed, integrated  lower Gibsons and harbour  letters wttteome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  Interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mall  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunahlne Coaat News  Box 460  Gibaona, B.C.  VON 1V0  would provide an opportunity  for us to create diversity, a living and working centre for now  and the future, jobs, and most  importantly, an expression of  our community in terms of place  and architecture.  On Marine Drive we have  our first monster house, a plastic  behemoth right out of Surrey  that spans the entire lot and has  no redeeming value. I hope  council doesn't think Ihis is an  example of things to come.  Growth is another problem.  Marine Drive is now al capacity  and people drive it like it's part  of Ihe highway system. It's really just a local road, but growth  has made loo many people drive  too fast too often. There is no  room to widen or otherwise  improve this artery, and access  to the road from new developments must be considered.  We also have lo look al the  cost of accommodating too  many more people. We have  been   bearing   tremendous  increases in home and commercial taxes recently. I"  future we will have  new school, sewa  roads, policing, fire   I >s;  community facilities, bur  crats and other services. We will  have to tolerate increases in  theft and other crimes. We have  lo consider, plan and pay for the  social and financial changes  brought on by growth. Are we  ready?  The real challenge before us  is to ask ourselves what kind of  community we want to be and  how much are we willing to pay  in taxes and social compromise  for our plans. Then we can gel  on with the job of planning.  GERRY GRAHAM  Granthams Landing  The importance of knowing who is paying the piper  Oh my, but they are having fun in the mother of  parliaments these days.  Britain's embattled Prime Minister is lurching  from crisis to crisis a year after his surprise victory  in 1992 and most of the difficulties besetting the  Conservative Party are self-inflicted, their primary  rivals, the Labour Party, being too busy with a  messy little civil war of its own to cause the Tories  much grief.  There are lessons for Canada to be learned here,  for what is at issue is the source of campaign funds  with which governments get elected, the selfsame  issue which did so well, and does well still, for  Ross Perot in the US of A.  The beginnings of Prime Minister John Major's  early summer troubles came when he sacked his  Finance Minister, known in elaborate Westmin-  sterese as the Chancellor of the Exchequer. It is not  quite clear why Norman Lamont was fired.  Sure, the Tories had just gone through a tortuous series of reversals concerning their currency  being tied to die European Common Market currencies, and certainly the policy shifts seem to have  cost half the national reserves before they got it  right  That might be enough, you say, to get the chief  financial advisor to tbe government fired. Yes, but  the Prime Minister made it clear that he stood by  the financial policies and that they wouldn't  change with the new minister.  musings  John burnside  Lamont, seemingly a vain and vindictive man,  did not go quietly into lucrative semi-retirement in  the City's financial district. He castigated his leader for weakness and indecision - to the delight of  the opposition, the national newspapers and the  half of the Conservative Party still yearning for the  return of Margaret Thatcher.  And then the real storm broke.  A somewhat shady Cypriot financier called Asil  Nadir jumped a multi-million dollar bail in a massive fraud case before the courts and a handful of  cabinet ministers somehow had been persuaded to  make representations to the Attorney General on  this character's behalf.  As this is being written, one Michael Mates,  cabinet minister of Northern Ireland, seems about  to be fired or forced to resign because of an  exchange of gifts between himself and the  financier. But as the story develops it becomes  apparent that, like Lamont, Mates may just be a  sacrificial lamb thrown away to appease the critics.  It is now doubtful his sacrifice can do much  appeasing.  At issue also is the alleged contribution of the  Cypriot financier of nearly half a million pounds,  or $1 million, to the coffers of the Conservative  Party.  "We will give the money back if it is proved to  have been stolen," intones the chairman of the  Conservative Party piously.  But it looks like even that might not be enough  anymore. In a feeding frenzy the press is uncovering numerous foreign contributions to the ruling  Tories from so-called Communist businessmen in  Hong Kong, fascist Greek shipowners, and hand-  offs from those close to die Saudi royal family.  In the most recent case Major himself is alleged  to have made representations to the man in Hong  Kong.  "This party does not accept contributions from  any, repeat any, foreign governments," tbe chairman of the Tory party tries again.  Perhaps not directly from governments, but certainly from influential foreign nationals with close  ties to their governments.  The Labour Party is calling for complete disclosure of all political contributions and a new law  limiting and identifying donors of party funds. At  the same time its own internal conflict is about the  leader of the Labour Party Dying to put the spon  sors of the socialists at arms length.  "One man, one vote," is the entirely defensible  plea of Labour leader John Smith but, like their  Canadian counterparts in the NDP, British trade  union leadership is accustomed to getting blocks of  votes on the party's executive councils and is  determined to block Smith's reform of the party.  This issue goes to the heart of democratic well-  being, whether in Britain, in Canada, or in the  United Stales.  "He who pays the piper calls the tune," is an  ancient piece of folkloric wisdom. The quicker voters leam the truth of it and demand to know who is  paying the piper, or determine to pay themselves,  the likelier they are to get honest governments conducted for the benefit of the people who elect  them.  The most memorable moment of the fired Chancellor of the Exchequer's attack on his Prime Minister came when he said:  "We give the impression of being in office but  not in power."  It is a telling comment and might be said of all  governments elected but beholden to shady sources  of money who call tbe tune in well-preserved  anonymity.  A minimum reform for elected governments  would be open disclosure of campaign fund  sources; better would be to have electoral funds  publicly provided.  COAST^NEWS  Siibtcripthiileteilar  mt Coatt NUH or me Wtmmmml  Canada: 1 year ��� $35 + $2.45 CST - $37.45  6 months . $20 ��� $1.40 CST -$21.40  rotritn: I year ��� $40 (No CST)  Ref. No. 4702  The Sunshine Coast News ll published on  the Sunshine Coast, B.C. every Monday by  aajsaW-Ttna-l.sY.  ahmantOmce-537Crvkel--e  Boss 460, Cibsons, B.C., VON 1V0  (604) 886-2622, Fax (604) 886-7725  Secfte* Office ��� SMI CtMria St  Bos, 68 Sechelt, B.C., VON 3A0  (604) 8(5-3930, Editorial (604) 885-3980,  Fax (604) 885-3954  PuotltiH, PslTnpp  Advsnaiinp  Repreteniem.s Bill Rogers, Samone Cartyale-Smlth,  Loni Shew, Janice Edmonds  OHIO. Manager Anne Thomsefi  omaaam  Qlbeons Sue Connor  Seeheff Ruin Forfeits', Hana Rote  -dtex Charles Hart  fleporren     Stuart Bumelde. Denis Hansen,  Jane Seyd, Derek McNaughton  fhotognpttar Joel Johnetone  Production  Catty Meet  Beverley Shipley,  AndyJukee,  Annie MacTavim,  Elizabeth Simpson  Production  | rr>urcomrMmltyi*WA*D-WINHiNC  The Sunshine Coast News ii protected by copyright  and reproduction of any part of it by any means is  prohibited unless permission in writing is firsl secured  from Glassford Press Ltd., holder of the copyright  +_*_______________*_  twm Coast News, July 5, 1993  Blowing jazz: hearing is believing  It was my first time in New  York, in the early forties. I went  alone to a cab stand in Times  Square and asked to be taken  somewhere where they played  jazz.  The place looked more like  an ice cream parlour than anything, long and narrow, white  tiles, small tables with wire legs.  I sat in the front where there was  a small scuffed platform and had  a drink. The waiter told me that  I was in Eddie Condon's place.  Nothing was happening  though. Then a number of people got up from different tables,  moseyed up onto the platform,  lifted their instruments, and then  just blew me altogether the hell  away.  I didn't know anyone's name  at that time but it was Eddie  Condon of course with the  banjo, Jack Teagarden with the  trombone, Muggsey Spanier  with the trumpet and I don't  know who on strong bass, reed  and drums.  I had heard jazz before, of  course, up on the Canadian  prairie, but always it seemed on  particularly scratchy old disks.  This was something different.  i This was a bang-up boffo and  ' genuine Experience, and so it  ' has stayed.  And so, ordinarily, you  ' would make some attempt to  describe it, but who has ever  really described jazz? There are  books on jazz. There are books  ��� on the corn weevil. There is  ' probably a book on the merest  pulsing amoeba; but jazz, to my  mind at least, remains something not really ever described  > on paper.  It has been called a 'happy  sound', but much of the earliest  jazz was played on funeral  marches in New Orleans. This  maybe answers to the minor  chords up-played in the ineffably jaunty way of jazz. Never  mind. This I assure you is going  to be no scholarly approach.  It can be said, however, that  over the decades jazz had its up  and downs in the majority view  of the citizens of this continent.  In Toronto in the sixties many  of die best men were right down  there, man, practically on the  sidewalk, and there were some  pretty good men around.  People were paying more  money to go to concerts of non-  classical music, but it was a kind  of folk on the one hand, and an  increasingly loud sound, the  only thing to persuade some that  they were still alive perhaps, on  the other. Jazz combos dropped  off the vine.  Some of them joined us of an  afternoon in a pub which had  become a kind of centre for  busy planners of all sorts of  hopeful looking ventures from  television series to circus acts.  The jazzmen, though not often  working, found themselves at  home.  Sitting about in the Chez Moi  then of an afternoon over a period of time with these underappreciated stalwarts present an  idea grew. There was after all at  any one lime maybe 10 times  more ideas around than people.  Simple enough, this one. Why  not get a central Toronto pub to  let us produce a regular series of  Saturday afternoon jazz sessions?  The best Toronto trumpet  would be sitting there, the best  in a nutshell  clarinet, the best sax, a perfectly  good percussion man, a strong  bass who was working for the  Toronto Symphony; but the  clear leader was our friend Ross  Culley.  Culley's trombone might be  in the pawnshop at any time in  those years but in his pocket  always was Jack Teagarden's  mouthpiece which had been left  to him and shipped up after Tea-  garden died, and there would be  no finer accolade for a trombonist anywhere.  Culley, on the surface as  ne'er-do-well a jazzman as ever,  had impeccable musical  antecedents.  Both his mother and his  father were life members of the  musician's union, something  nobody else could claim. He had  taught classical piano, but at this  time was living in the Waverly  Hotel beneath which there was  practically nothing.  But not Culley or any other  of the top rates had any kind of  business or organizing head  whatever. The group became  fronted by a guitarist called  Warren who got them into the  Towne Tavern and the rest is  history.  Warren wanted to front the  band with his electric guitar but  Culley usually managed to pull  his plug, and nobody ever men-  stuart nutter  tioned this to Warren, who  would be happily, if silently,  strumming away in the front  Ihere.  The most unusual Culley gig  1 ever saw was when he stood  alone in the nave of a large  church and played to a wedding.  Getting married were Joseph  (late of this town) and Virginia  Austin, and Virginia had wanted  this church wedding.  A friend, a CBC producer,  offered to play the organ, but  Culley said he would also play  his trombone.  The trombone doesn't go  wilh the organ but there was a  piano in a little well at the front  of this church, and with a minimum of rehearsal and the producer not being able to see anything, the two came on with a  truly extraordinary brand of  ecclesiastical jazz.  At a point Culley lowered the  bell of his trombone and saw the  wedding party assembled at the  end of the aisle.  He whirled about, prodded  Harris between the shoulder  blades with his slide, and they  moved more or less smoothly  into Lohengrin; but it flashed  across his mind that what he had  actually been playing was Molly  and Me and Baby Makes Three.  Jazz, the old jazz that is, is wilh  us always.  WUSt COM! ERplOf��aKfS Cmo  presents  Golf the B.C. Rockies  Aus 16-21,1993-6 days  799.00 PP/Twin  pockyge includes  5 nights accommodation  3 days unlimited golf at Fairmont Mountainside  or Riverside Golf Courses  B.C.Feny V$8j[7  Pick-up at your home        -���. J  MUST N MOOt ft PAID KM W HUT Ml  ELITE TRAVEL PHONE 886-4862  Lord Jim's  Resort  Coast Hotels fS  & Resorts Mf  r��"  Olc's Cove Rel.Jusl north of See ret Cove un I Iwy. 101  SUNDAYS - SPECIAL BRUNCH MENU  Jo McDonald        7 Days a Week  fviKY vmm��      7 2pm & 6-10pm  Reservations Requested 885-7038  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  fetters  Picture  play delights  What a surprise and a thrill it  was for our whole family to see  Tricia pictured on the front page  of The Coast News.  Thank you for being at (he  recital and for supporting all the  talented young performers of  the Coast Dance Theatre  School.  DENISE LEE  Sechelt  Support efforts  to clear the air  I would like to comment the  initiative of one local  entrepreneur. This individual  has just spent over $400,000 to  help clean up the dismal air  quality on the Sunshine Coast. It  is my belief that this enterprising and far-sighted individual  deserves the support of the community and, in particular, the  area's local governments.  Sandy Gibb, of Fleetwood  Forest Products, has jusl purchased a state of the art, and  only one of its kind in Canada,  wood chipper, which could  solve in his single investment  the disgusting pollution problem  we have from land clearing and  development.  Residential slash burning  (i.e. development land clearing),  is currently the Number One  pollution problem on the Coast.  There is not a day of the week  lhat massive plumes of filthy  smoke are not visible on the  Sunshine Coasl, and usually  dozens can be seen. Just take a  plane up or climb Mt. Elphinslone if you think I exaggerate.  Mr. Gibb's machine can make  economically significant wood  fibre product (suitable for any  pulp mill) out of what unlil now  has been considered wasle.  I propose that all local governments pass by-laws making  it mandatory to supply Mr. Gibb  with what would be an endless  supply of raw material. This  action would be a win-win situation for every resident on the  Coast, especially ihose wilh respiratory problems. It creates  local employment, reduces the  demand for fibre from our overworked local forests, supports  the efforts of a conscientious  visionary and costs the taxpayers zero. (I would love to elaborate on some of the specifics  about employment and forest  use, but there is only so much  space in a letter; if anyone's  interested, let's talk).  Mr. Gibb has proven that he  does care about the long-term  health and well being of the  area's population (both economically and physically), now it's  time for politicians to demonstrate whether they have the  > same wisdom and courage. .  KEITH THIRKELL  Roberts Creek  Raffle rewards  The members of the Festival  of the Written Arts board would  like to express their thanks to  the Coast News and all the other  businesses and organizations  that helped to make our recent  car raffle a success.  We are especially grateful lo  the businesses that permitted us  to display our little yellow  Mazda Miata on their premises.  They include Ihe Trail Bay  Mall, Sunnycrest Mall, Wilson  Creek Plaza, Gibsons Park  Plaza, Sechelt Shell, Howe  Sound Pulp and Paper, Anderson Realty, Cedars Pub, Gramma's Pub, Lighthouse Pub,  Gilligan's Pub, Wakefield Inn,  IGA Foodliner, Molly's Reach,  BC Ferry Terminal and the  Granville Island Market.  We also thank lhe businesses  that undertook to sell tickets for  us. They include Supershape,  Anderson Realty, Talewind  Books, Sechelt Golf Course,  Sechelt Insurance Agencies,  Atlas Computers, Driftwood  Inn, Photoworks and South  Coast Ford.  We owe a real debt of gratitude to the 43 festival volunteers  who braved wind, rain, frost and  scorching heat over the last four  months to sell our raffle tickets  and on their behalf we thank  those who eased the pain on  some of the worst of those days,  especially Rick of Sechelt Hardware who loaned a table and  umbrella on one particularly  inclement day.  And finally we want to thank  the management and staff of  Sunshine Coast Mazda who  were unfailingly helpful to us.  BETTY KELLER  festival producer  Wilson Creek  Gallery  North Light  Sdl a' Descent  . , Talbot's First Light,  Sale! North Light, & Descent  sale! Only $49"  ' Wilson Creek Plaza & Field Rd. Hwy 101  885-0877  Ull.V       a/llM     I    ��'V..t        I     111 If  The     Mt  Coast Academy of (Dance  & fine Arts  Summer School  Inly 13-29, 885-2263  Studio- 5645 Wharf Ave.- Sechelt  SUNCOAST  TRAVEL...  Your Only  BCAA Trawl  Representatives  on the  Sunshine Coast  i  ;���/  :::::A-".:..'..A  Mens Wear  Trail Bay Mall, Sechell 685-9330  mm  . _ Coast News, July S,  1993  Chiropractor  effective July 2, 1993 Dr. Sam Simpson  has relocated his practice to the lower  level of Kerns Plaza (comer of School Rd. & Hwy l Ol ]  Hours will be: M,W,F 9:00- 5:00  T,Th    11:00-7:00  .Phone 886-3622  community  fcDJl  New stock from  INDONESIA  has arrived!  BATIKS  for men, women & children  JfTXTRASl  THF i  Open Mon.-Sat. 10-SPM  5729 Cowrie St., Sechelt  885-6460  Brady Bjornson, along wilh  sister Krisly and mom Correcn,  happily devour (lapjacks  drowned in syrup, butter and   E-  sided wilh crispy sausages al  lhe Kiwanis pancake breakfast  Thursday in Dougall Park. The  early feast was part of Canada  day celebrations In Gibsons.  Derek McNaughton photo  For the finest in area dining  Dining guiDE  Featured Restaurant of the Week  The Creek .House  Closed  for  Holidays  ��  Re-Opening  Friday,  July 16  FAMILY DINING  Kaft Kttago - Surround yourself with  art, the aroma of superb coffees  and the tantalizing smells of our  gourmet cuisine and desserts.  Everything is made with care and  presented with panache and flair.  We're located in the heart of  Sechelt at #4-5689 Cowrie St. and  are open Monday-Saturday, 8:30  a.m.-5:30 p.m. 885-8837.  Tht Boat HOUM - just a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  offering daily choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood from the West,  East and Gulf Coasts as well as a  variety of other specialties. Join us  after 5 pm for dinner or for our  spectacular Sunday Brunch, served  between 10:30 am and 2 pm.  Friendly service in a relaxed atmosphere and fabulous meals are fust  some of the reasons you'll keep  coming back. If you have an important rendezvous or a ferry to catch,  please let us know and we'll make  the necessary accommodations. For  reservations call 921-8188. All  major credit cards accepted.  Haid-A-Wiy RMtaurant - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Cibsons Motor Inn on Hwy.  101 at Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30am - 2pm, closed  from 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-9pm��� Saturdays & Sundays 7am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday &  Saturday night 2 for 1 dinner special 5pm-10pm. Reservations 886-  4501.50 seats plus banquet room.  HIHilda Family RMtaurant 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 Specials. Take-Out available upon  request. Licensed & air conditioned.Winter Hours: Open Sun -  Thurs, 11 am - 9 pm. Fri & .Sat 11  am-10 pm. 886-2993  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Ths Whirl - Open lor breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view and  sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood al ils best.  Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2 pm.  Fully licensed and air conditioned.  Dinner reservations recommended.  Hwy. 101, Davis Bay. 885-7285.  BREAKFAST & LUNCH  De Dutch Pannekoek Houm - Enjoy  Breakfast or Lunch outdoors  among the trees and flowers on our  new patio. We're serving Breakfast  and Lunch all day long, from 6 am  Mon-Fri and 7 am weekends. But  Breakfast at De Dutch isn't just limited to the North American traditional bacon k eggs (although that's  here too!). We've gol 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 Coasl Hwy.) across  from Ihe Sunnycrest Mall in the  Cedars Inn complex. 886-9090. Visa  k MasterCard accepted.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy Ihe natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while tasting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Open 7 days a week. Pub open  noon - closing. Kitchen hours:  Noon - 8:00 pm.  Irvines Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for two, $30. We're now open 7  days a week: Galley 11 am to 10  pm; Pub 11 am lo 11 pm. Pender  Harbour, 883-1145, Mastercard k  Visa. Fully licensed  Andy's RMtaurant - Lunch and dinner specials every day. House specialties include prime rib, veal  dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta, Thai  food and lots of new gourmet dishes. Don't miss Andy's greal lunch  buffet Mon-Fri and our popular  Sunday brunch, 11 am - 2:30 pm.  Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open  7 days a week.  Blue Htron Inn - Localed on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Observe the tranquil  ducks and geese or dine by moonlight with a candle at your table.  Our deck is now open for the summer season. Live classical guitar  nightly. To savor this supeib dining  experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday. Lunch  11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm. 885-3847.  Chu Philippe RMtaurant at Bonniebrook Lodge. Enjoy a delicious  dinner in the quiel country elegance  of our dining room. We have an  extensive wine list and friendly professional service. Localed at the  waterfront, foot of Gower Pt. Rd.  Reservations recommended: 886-  2188. Open from 5:30/7 days a week.  Creek Houm - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, sleaks and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open Vis* tk Mastercard. 40 seals.  El Nino ��� Dine in Ihe finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing.  Savour the delights of fresh seafood  from around the world. Our extensive Dinner Menu includes fresh  seafood in our soup, salad, hot or  cold appetizers, main courses and  pastas. Olher entrees include steak,  veal, chicken and lamb. Caesar  salad for two and flambe desserts  are prepared at your tableside. Our  lunch menu contains sandwiches  and burgers. OPEN 7 DAYS A  WEEK Lunch hours: 11:30 - 2:30.  Dinner hours: 4:30 - 9:30. Visa and  Mastercard. Reservations recommended. 886-3891.  PabblM ��� On The Baeeh - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, witch cruise  ships glide by k sample the fine  cuisine of Ihis renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Bninch on  Sunday 8 am-2:30 pm. Dinner  Reservations Recommended. In the  heart of Sechelt al the Driftwood  Inn, Trail Avenue 885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Em* I Ami's Mm In - Take out, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks,  ice cream. Free home delivery  within 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on  $10 minimum orders. Small charge  for orders under $10. Hwy. 101.  Cibsons. 886-7813.  .1    ..  ___  In  by George Cooper  A resident of Gibsons since  1936, Jean Wyngaerl had the  grandest birthday parly ever  given lo an 83-year-old.  Her niece Bonnie Nelson of  Campbell River gave Jean and  her five sisters a three-day  reunion al the Bayshore.  Highlights of the gathering  were a dinner cruise on the  yacht Vancouver Spirit to Indian Arm in perfect weather, and  a visit to the Imax theatre al  Canada Place to see Titanica in  3D.  And of course there was the  birthday dinner served in their  suite complete with champagne.  No one's too old for a pajama  party, they said, and ihey had  one.  Besides Jean and her sister  Lenore here on the Sunshine  Coast, sisters Esther and Minnie  live in Kelowna, Grace in Regi-  na and Ruth in Springside,  Sask.  Impolite  Vancouver newspapers have  jusl discovered this BC film and  have come out with illustrated  NEW STOCK  ORIGINAL  ONE OF A KIND  FRAMED  FLORAL ART-3D  8 GIFTS  floral & gift (Boutique  R.-ar of 689 Hwy 101  fit Martin Road   Gibson  !across from Seaview Plac  Wed Sat 10 5 Sun 12 S 886 <  commendatory reviews. The  director, David Hauka, who has  schoolday roots in Gibsons,  well deserved this attention.  Everything aboul Ihis film is  delightful; the selling, for  instance, is Vancouver in its  more pleasing aspects, the acting is brisk and brighl, along  with thc sly bits of humour.  Sorry, no sex to speak of, just a  hint or two.  The journey motif, really a  chase, provides for a string of  adventures for the protagonist,  an obit writer near being fired  for drunken incompetence. Clue  upon strange clue leads the obit  writer lo Iry lo discover the  delails of the supposed death of  a billionaire.  He meets strange characters;  the ex-wife playing a strip game  with two lustful teenagers.  Later, Ihe mistress who  attempts seduction by slipping  the writer's Vancouver raincoat  down off his shoulders. But  he's too busy with clues.  Some sly Hauka humour: the  obit writer's desk is right at the  door of a busy men's washroom; and the little scene wilh  the deli very man's package and  the nude bronzes in from of the  Vancouver Sun office.  The outcome of all this mystery? Try a little imagination.  Medal  At the recent Pacific Command, Canadian Legion convention held in Cranbrook,  Dave Hunter of Hopkins  received the award of the 125th  Anniversary Medal commemorating Confederation.  Besides long service with his  branch in Vancouver, Dave has  served as president of Pacific  Command and as national vice-  president.  SUMMER SPECIALS  LUNCH PLATTER  featuring  Sandwiches, Cheese, Vegetables, Salad..  made to go for lunch!  VARIETY  FOODS  I open 8 days A week The WOCBT Little Wow In Gibsons Landlrai 116-2936  UO      Septic System  ttO Hazards  ��� Donl allow any vehicles to drive or park  over any part ol the septic system.  ��� Donl pour paints, solvents or toxic  chemicals into drains or toilets. (Tank  bacteria action may be destroyed)  ��� Donl dispose of grease, fat, coffee  grounds, paper towels, facial tissues,  hair, cigarettes, etc. in sinks or toilets.  ��� Donl plant trees or shrubs in or near the  disposal field area, as their roots may  affect the system.  ��� Dont overload the system with water  from dripping faucets or continuously  running toilets.  This Information Series Presented by;  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES LTD.  a       Septic Tank Pumping Services serving Gibsons,     .,  ��� Sechelt. Pender Harbour areas. Ii  ��� 886-7064 (collect) </��  retorts cmk  byAmervalduPtanty  The Roberts Creek Community Association met June 23  and a number of issues were  discussed. Concern had been  expressed about the adequacy  of the lighting in the Roberts  Creek core. The lighting is currently provided by the Roberts  Creek Store; no plans to  increase the illumination in this  area are slated at Ihis time by  either the store or the regional  board.  Propane tanks  The issue of the propane  tanks at the mouth of the creek  surfaced once again. As the  lease for this tank space is still  in effect and as the gas company has not been able to find a  suitable place to relocate, the  tanks will remain a while  longer.  Despite the fact that Roberts  Creek falls inio an area designated as a corridor community  and Centra Oas is not required  to service it, gas scivis., ....  been provided to the Roberts  Creek school and the downlown  core of Roberts Creek. It would  also appear that the possibility  of additional service to the community might be considered if  there was sufficient demand  from local residents along the  existing gas lines.  An excellent and in-depth  report on the Roberts Creek fire  department was presented by  Denis Mulligan. From the  report it is evident that Roberts  Creek no has one of the best fire  response teams on the peninsula. Equipment has been updated  to conform with the requirements of the insurance underwriters and to provide essential  safety for the volunteers.  Concern was expressed for  the safety of the children and  others playing on the tarmac at  the fire station or blocking the  exit area for the trucks. The  average time after an emergency call is received for the doors  to open and the trucks to exit is  one and one-half minutes, Mulligan said. This creates a very  dangerous situation if any non-  authorized persons or vehicles  are present in the exit area, both  for those blocking the exit route  for the fire trucks and those  awaiting the response of the fire  department to their emergency.  Creek residents and others are  urged to strictly observe parking and other restrictions surrounding the fire hall and to  ensure that their children do not  play there.  A brief report from the  library committee was also presented. Many new tides have  been added to the collection to  enhance summer reading.  Correspondence was  received by the Community  Association from the committee  for developing St. Aidan's  Close urging action on the decision to rezone this acreage on  Roberts Creek Road to accommodate their proposal for a  seniors housing project. It was  decided that the existing zoning  will stand until the new community plan is finalized.  A report was also presented  detailing the activities of the  LRUP (Local Resource Use  Plan) wilh respect to community representatives. Disappointment was expressed that the  Forestry Service appeared to be  proceedings independently with  its own agenda, irrespective of  the input and concerns of the  community representatives. It  was agreed by the community  association members that the  LRUP was no longer a viable  mechanism for providing community input into the activities  of the Forest Service.  Roberts Creek Daze  Saturday Aug. 21 at Cliff  Gilker Park, booth and table  rentals can be arranged through  Randie Tame at 886-9324. A  parade marshall is still required  and organizers of games, face  painters and entertainers. Anyone with skills to offer please  contact Melanie Berg at 885-  3720.  Creek Hall  Still remains closed due to  unforeseeable problems with  the septic system. In view of  this unexpected financial burden any donations towards the  improvements of the septic system would be most gratefully  received. Please contact  Jeanette Moen at 885-SS12 if  you are able to help.  m community  Coast News, July 5, 1993  Coast residents collect  Canfor service awards  Five Sunshine Coast residents were among 38 long service  employees honoured at Canfor's 25-Year Service Awards banquet,  which was held June 19 in Vancouver.  Ian Clark, Clifford Dempster, David Doran, Margie Henderson  and Don Kennaugh joined more than 80 people from BC and Alberta  attending the banquet They work at Howe Sound Pulp and Paper  Limited at Port Mellon, which is equally owned by Canfor and Oji  Paper Co., Ltd. of Japan.  Canfor hosts this gala event each year to thank employees who  have worked 25 years for the company or its affiliates. Including the  employees honoured this year, the Canfor 25-Year Club has 1,624  members.  Each new member received a gold service pin, haidhat medallion  and engraved gift, presented by Peter Bentley, Canfor's chairman  and chief executive officer.  Canfor is a Canadian integrated forest products company based in  Vancouver. The company employs 4,300 people and its affiliates  1,500 for a total of 5,800 people. Canfor has extensive forest operations and modem manufacturing facilities on the south coast and the  northern interior of British Columbia and in northern Alberta, and  lumber remanufacturing plants in the northwestern United States.  .  A wide-eyed Claire Smith is the centre of attention as Melissa  Gerring rises to go centre stage. The two were named recipients  of the Helen Thurwell Memorial Scholarship at Wednesday's  Chatelech graduation ceremonies. Joel Johnstone photo  tUnrisbiy  by Jo-Anne Sheanh 885-3629  This past 10 days we have  seen flashes of summer, but the  real thing has yet to arrive. The  kids are out of school and  eagerly anticipating days on the  beach, while Mom is luxuriating in mornings spent sleeping  in. Summer at our house was  always kind of a laid-back two  months; the boys sleeping in the  tent in the backyard, dinners on  the patio and the much-touted,  long-awaited two weeks at the  lake in the Okanagan, after  which I spent the next two  weeks canning the fruit brought  home. Ahl but they were the  good days!  As we grow older, we are  less apt to remember the bad  times as time has a way of erasing them, but we do fondly  recall the good memories. This  is the week to do it ... just  before the summer visitors  arrive en masse.  Do you remember chips at  the beach in a cardboard boat  swimming in vinegar? An all-  day sucker that lasted ALL  DAY? A street car ride for four  pennies? Yards where kids  could play on the grass instead  of just looking at it? Flowers  that were meant to be picked,  not just planted for adornment?  Neighbourhood get-togethers  such as ball games at the local  park, picnics at the beach and  work bees?  I was born and raised in the  city, so my memories are citified ones, but 1 know there are  many who were raised in the  country, on farms and in small  towns who have their own particular memories of these days.  All of our memories are precious and we would be much  less without them.  Further to the new project,  Books for Newborns, Bill  reports that to date, there have  now been three books presented  to new babes. A quote on the  folder that accompanies the  book reads: "Few children leam  to love books by themselves.  Someone has to lure them into  the wonderful world of the written word; someone has to show  them the way." ... As a child  gets older, reading will help  them to develop an intellectual  curiosity.  In Ihis day of visual entertainment such as Nintendo, etc.,  many children do not read as  much as they should and there  fore lack that fertile imagination  that is so important to a child's  development. Books for New-  boms is that first step.  I hope the holiday weekend  was a joy'for all, there was certainly a lot of interesting and  entertaining things to do.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  |arm**Ma-aSICTStlaOa***��"i*laslS.  M/AnkMlCaM  MeiCk��a-la-��a^.\>*---ea-dlni  locloorHaMeadVeidMaiiiMeiiaace  rl*ia*-��(*ha*diofU��e^Sereke  CAUSHARON 885*2228  \bitoHiia-UW**  (MNOeOUCCNSUMKiMO  sechett scenario  by Deanna Lueder 885-7365  Hope everybody enjoyed the Canada Day celebrations, even though we missed out on our usual  July long weekend.  Now that July is here and school is out lots of  visitors including family, friends, and tourists are  arriving with every ferry. Welcome to all. There is  lots to see and do in our area and the beaches are  wonderful rain or shine.    The Sunshine Coast Music  Society's production of West  Side Story is on now and running  until July 11 at the Raven's Cry  Theatre.  It's a wonderful show and  tickets are still available at  Talewind Books in Sechelt, Sayward Books in Gibsons and      ~~~~~~~~  Reflections Hair Studio in Madeira Park.  On Tuesday evening, July 6, from 7:30 pm to  9:30 pm drop in at the Cafe Pierrot where the  Friends of the Sechelt Library are having an Art  Show and fundraiser for the Library. The Society  began just a few months ago and already has over  100 members. They are interested in developing  the Library and raising funds to make this possible.  Writing contest  They recently sponsored the Canada Day Writing Contest and want to raise public awareness of  the need for a proper Public Library in Sechelt. At  present Ihe Library is operated by one full-time  paid person, some paid part-time help nnd over 40  volunteers. The library serves about 1,500 paid-up  subscribers in Ihe area and needs our support to  ensure that it grows in proportion lo our communi-  There is lots to see  and do in our area  and the beaches are  wonderful rain  or shine'  ty. The average municipal support for libraries in  BC in 1991 was about $22.91 per capita; in Sechelt  it was only $5.61, so our library needs our help.  Join the society, it costs only $3, membership  forms are al the Library.  If you enjoy the music of Reg and Lynne  Dixon, call Illona Halloway at 885-3651, and order  a tape or CD of .their latest creative production,  ____________     Walk in the Wind. By doing so  you help raise funds for research  into Cystic Fibrosis. The  Dixon's donated their talent and  local artists and business people  donated their time and money to  make this recording.  The tape or CD will be distributed nationally and all  monies raised go to the Cystic  Fibrosis Foundation. Congratulations to all those  involved, especially the Dixons and the local chapter of the Foundalion.  The Save the Strait Alliance is gearing up for its  annual Save the Georgia Strait Marathon taking  place August 20 to 22. For an information package  call Marathon co-ordinator Eleanor Taylor in  Nanaimo at 741-1194 or write lo #201, 195 Commercial Street, Nanaimo, V9R 5G5.  Members of the Pegasus Soccer Team, overall  provincial winners, will soon be heading off to  Prince Albert lo represent BC in the North American Indigenous Carries. We can help Ihem oul with  costs by dropping'off our donations at Ihe Sechelt  Indian Band Office. Good luck to the team members - you're doing your band and all of Sechelt  proud.  New to Gibsons  NORMA'S  ELECTROLYSIS STUDIO  Permanent & safe removal of unwanted hair  ��� Latest in computerized thermolysis & blend methods  ��� Complimentary 10 min. Introduction  ��� Certified Electrolysis!  ��� Evening appointments available  ��� Privacy of home based studio  For appointment call 886-7756  Tiffany Styling  unique & beautifully  crafted In various  colours & styles  ��� our sale continues while stock lasts  I amps ��� Shaala-s * Wall Scaanc. * I rack ��� Ceiling light. * Tana . HVceiseaJ ��� OulJoasr  Sechelt Lighting  685-9417 ��� 5609 Hwy 101, Sechelt  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 Cibscn   -lealth Centre  V 721 Winn Rd.tbeslde post otlice)  _4��PACIFIC HOMES  ANNOUNCEMENT  John Osborne Design  as a salts agent for  the Sunshine Coast Area.  Please conlact Ihem lor information, construction  delails, costs, etc. regarding Pacific Homes' complete line  of quality package homes.  885-8991  PACIFIC HOMES  19486-60th Ave., Surrey, 8.C. V3S8E5  1-800-667-7880 ��� Fax 534-4990  f$e Corporation of $e  ligtritt of a&gtbttt  P.O. Box 129,5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0 Telephone (604)685-1966 Fax (604) 665-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Regular Council and  Planning Committee  Meetings  Regular Council Meetings  Wednesday, July 7th and Wednesday, July  21st, 1993 at 7:30 p.m. in the Council  Chamber at 5545 Inlet Avenue.  Planning Committee Meeting  Tuesday, July 13th, 1993 at 10:00 a.m. in  the Council Chamber.  Penalty on Late Payment  of 1993 Property Taxes  Please note that the deadline for payment of  1993 property taxes was Friday, July 2nd,  1993. Payments received after that date will  have a 10% penalty added (postmarked  envelopes are noj acceptable).  c ( Oast Wu s.  1 'our  loiuiuuiiilu  ni'wspit pi'I'  "Database 93"  Now 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 Sechelt 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.  Sumhlne Coast Regional District  Sprinkling Regulations  Odd numbered houses will be permitted  sprinkling on the following days:  ��� Monday, Wednesday, Friday  from 7-10 am  ��� Monday, Wednesday, from 7 - 9 pm  Even numbered houses will be  permitted sprinkling on the following  days:  ��� Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday  from 7-10 am  ���Tuesday, Thursday,  from 7 - 9 pm  Attention:  Please turn off all sprinklers in the  event of a Are in your area.  Do Your Part  Put yukkies in their placel  mm Coast News, July 5, 1993  Friday nights beginning al 9:30p.m.  join its and enjoy!  Cull ahead for a good table.  Mil DmICwMmi Electric Folk  Violin/Guitar/Mandolin/Vocal  aaaafcS Tiass SIlfceiAeB I ISjIseate  J**e| T   IfaTfaT" eum_mn-mm ��T* IrUBSJi  Hammer Dulcimer & Guitar  Mr It MkkliTMtftlM UshtJazz  M* U Ufa Guitar & Vocal  M|W DmIhOIsm Guitar 6 Vocal  wilh an East Indian flavor  LiaHTMINUOmilD  Hot & Cold Appetizers' Salads  Desserts & Coffee ��� Licenced  located on east Porpoise Bay Rd.  MMM7  community  Here We Grow Again!!  RE/MAX "lop 20" Is pleased lo welcome lo ils  growing leam of Professional Realtors  Elaine Kupka  Elaine Kupka  In preparation for .1 successful Real  Estate career, Maine has spent lhe last 9  months working locally as a mortgage  broker.  F.lalne has owned property on the  Sunshine Coasl for i 1/2 years and lor the  past 2 years has lived and enjoyed owning  a small business in (iilwons.  She offers her many years of experience  wilh buying, remodelling and selling of  property. Having run a consmiclion  company, done property management and  possessing a full working knowledge of  financial .statements,  Elaine invites all her business associates.  friends and clients requiring professkin.il  real a-siatc services to contact Ikt at the  office 886-2670 or tier residence 886-3525.  Chances are were going to sett your home.  Why not call us first?  886-2670 van toll fret 682-7392  by Dianne Evani  Infant Development Programme, sponsored by Community Services and funded by the  Ministry of Social Services, is  part of a provincial organization  dedicated to supporting children  with special developmental  needs, from birth to age three,  and Iheir families.  Infant Development  Programme  IDP is not a service which  seeks lo single out children and  their families, to separate them  from Ihe mainstream of community life in order to provide  "treatment". Rather its guiding  principles focus on (he strengths  and competencies of children  with special needs, and those of  their parents. Special needs can  be in intellectual, behavioural,  physical, and/or learning areas.  "A child is a child first, and a  child with special needs second," Merrily Corder, coordinator of the local IDP, told me last  week. "The same is true of parents, they're parents firsl, parents of a child with special  needs secondly.  "All families have Iheir  unique strengths and abilities;  with Ihe birth of a child with  special needs they can sometimes lose sight of these  strengths, because of Ihe added  stresses. Families can be strong  in many ways," Corder said.  "For example, they may have  great organizational skills, or a  love of the outdoors, they may  be very nurturing, have a terrific  sense of humour, or they may  have a lot of family involvement, or belong to a caring  chuich community.  "Our main role is lo work in  partnership with parents to help  them meet individual and family  needs, as ihey relate to the needs  of Iheir child. We try to help  It pays to  advertise in the  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!  COUNTRY FAIR  of  Halfmoon Bay  FRIDAY, JULY 9  6:00 p.m. ��� CAR RALLY - Call Eunice (885-5160) to enter. Entry fee-. *I2 for  car & navigator. 1st Prize: $100,2nd Prize: Boat  Rental .donated by Buccaneer Marina (other prizes to  be announced).  dtOO p.m. ��� CAR RALLY RECEPTION - Sponsored by the JoHy Roger Inn.  (Amua.)  E      i  SATURDAY, JULY 10  11:00 a.m. ��� KIDS' FISHING DERBY - Refreshments/Awards. Sponsored by Halfmoon  Bay General Store. For kids 4-12 yrs. Registration: s)2.  Store wM match fees and donate to Canuck Houm). Kids  MUST register In person at the Store PRIOR TO DERBY PAY.  ��� 4:00 p.m. e BOCCI BALL TOURNEY - Entry Fee: fZlteam. Meet at Cooper's Green.  1:00 p.m. Call Maurice art 885-6278 for Info.  6:30 p.m. e FAMILY DINNER - Sponsored by Halfmoon Bay tei-eation Association.  Call Ellse (885-4642) for Information. Please brlnq your own  plates, cups, utensil. 6, chairs. Lots of great entertainment  starts at 5:00 p.m. a nd continues liter dinner - join the line  dan-erel  SUNDAY, JULY 11  9-11:00 a.m. ��� PANCAKE BREAKFAST - sponsored by Fair Committee.  Adults: Mi Kids: S)2.  10-90 a.m. ��� Sfk MILE TROPHY RUN - from Connor Park to Cooper's Green.  10.46 a.m. ��� OFFICIAL OPENING - Trophy Run Awards: Car Rally Awards.  11:00 a.m. ��� FAIR EVENTS BEGIN - Welcome Beach Community Association  Bingo; Halfmoon Bay PreSeha-ol/DayCare Watermelon  Sales; Parents' Advisory Kids' Activities - bean baa  toss, fish pond, hoop toss, dart throw, face paint,  lollipop tree & morel; Fire Department Food Sales &  Fire Safe House; Fair Committee Smile Contest, Dunk  Tank, ".Ids' Races, Nail Knocking, Kids' & Teens' Raffles  & Contests, Volleyball Tourney, Souvenir Sales, Hot  Dog Sales, Horseshoe Pitch, Craft Sales,  and MUCH, MUCH MOREI  NOON e BEER GARDEN  1:00 p.m. e PARADE OF COUNTRY & WESTERN PETS (stuffed animals).  1:00 p.m. e BAKING CONTEST JUDGING - Open to kids, teens & adults.  Entries to Coooer's Green Hall t*y noon (must be In  disposable containers for auction ��� -no cream fillings,  please). BAKING AUCTION - immediately follows  JUtMllMt  1:00 p.m. e VOLLEYBALL TOURNEY - meet 'Ahour ahead for organization,  2:00 p.m. "60/60 RAFFLE DRAW plus other raffle draws.  3:00 p.m. ��� LINE DANCING  Mlnidun 5ervlce  (call 386-3254 for echadula)  will be available from Trail day Mall  along Redrooffs Road throughout the day.  THIS FAIR BRINGS TOGETHER  ALL OUR COMMUNITY GROUPS  FOR A GALA. FUN WEEKEND.  EVERYONE IS INVITED  TO ATTEND!  Fun In the sun at the Infant Development Programme's spring picnic at Porpoise Bay. photo submitted  them recognize their strengths,  and how they can be used to  help their child.  "The birth of a child with  special needs can sometimes  make a family feel very isolated.  There is natural grieving process  with the birth of such a child.  Most parents naturally have  their own picture of what  they're hoping for, and the birth  of this child will often not be  whal they expected. They could  experience a sense of loss, and  often guilt. Diagnosis is important because it can help alleviate  that guilt by pointing lo the  cause, or at least demystifying  it," Merrily explained.  A network between parents is  very important to help overcome  the family's sense of isolation,  and also to provide information  and support. IDP helps parents  find each other.  "Over the long term the relationships between families of  children with special needs can  haltmoon happenings  be a tremendous help. The professional is a short-term  resource, someone lo help sort  through the information that's  oul ihere. But ihe ongoing support of other parents and family  members who understand is  invaluable," Merrily continued.  "Parents have told me lhat there  is a thread of compassion and  empathy that connects them, an  acceptance and gentleness that is  of great support."  Parents network  To help parents meet each  other, and share their information and experience, a Parents'  Network group meets on the last  Wednesday evening of the  month, 7 - 9, at Rockwood  Lodge in Sechelt.  This group is for parents of  children with special needs,  from birth lo age 19.  An important aspect of the  group is sharing of strategies for  advocating children's needs. As  well, social relationships devel  op, and long-standing connections are often made. To enquire  about the group please call Merrily Corder at 885-5940.  Playgroup  The Play Group is another  opportunity for parents, family  members, and family friends to  meet with the children in an  atmosphere of fun and play. It is  a small group, because many  children with special needs can  be over-stimulated by a large  crowd. This drop-in program  does not operate over the summer months, but enquiries may  be made about the fall sessions  by calling Merrily at 885-5940.  Next week  Next week the column will  look at integration in early  childhood centres, and talk to a  parent in the IDP who is working to establish a network of  parents of premature babies.  For information call Merrily  Corder at 885-5940, or Community Services at 885-5881.  by Ruth Forrester  Some last minute reminders  of the need for pre-registration  for some of the exciting events  at the 27th Country Fair of Halfmoon Bay at Cooper's Green  from July 9 to II.  The Car Rally begins at 6 pm  Friday, for info and registration  call Eunice at 885-5180. Likewise, the Kids Fishing Derby  entrants should be registered at  the Halfmoon Bay Store prior to  the 11 am start. Lots of goodies  and prizes for this popular event.  For complete details of the  Trophy Run, call Roger at 885-  2311. By popular demand,  Bocci Ball is back this year, and  for info call Maurice at 885-  6278. Kids races start at 1 pm  Sunday July 11 with promises of  lots of fun and adventure. A  friendly volleyball tourney  begins at I pm Sunday. Form a  team and play this free event.  The family dinner is on Saturday at 5:30 pm, and the pancake  breakfast is at 11 am Sunday  following the 10:45 am official  opening of the Fair.  The fact that this year's  THERE'S ACOLD HEARTED  THIEF IN YOUR HOME.  It's lurking outside the back door. Or in the shadows of  the basement. It's the humming, whirring, clicking, old  second refrigerator. And it's robbing you of cold cash -  an old inefficient second fridge can cost you up to  $100 a year to run.  WE'LL COME AND GET IT AND GIVE YOU $301*  We can take the problem off your hands. We'll pick up  your old operating fridge (10 cu. ft. to 24 cu. ft. size)  free of charge, dispose of it in an environmentally safe  manner and send you a cool $30.  To register in the Program, call the Refrigerator Buy-Back  Hot Line toll-free 1-800-663-CASH (2274). In the  Laower Mainland, call 683-CASH (2274).  nm  BC hydro  ���B.C.Hydro reserves the right lo change or cancel the rebate offer at  any time without prior notice.  theme is Go Western should add  to the whole scene with lots of  cowboy duds being worn by  folks of all ages. A special  attraction will be some Line  Dancing at the hall on Sunday at  3 pm.  No need to take up parking  space with your car, as buses  will be running every hour all  day Sunday. Remember to bring  your own plates and utensils to  the Saturday dinner. At I pm on  Sunday the baking contest judging will take place, followed  immediately by auction of the  entries.  This contest is open to kids,  teens and adults. Entries must be  at lhe hall by noon and be in disposable containers for auction.  No cream fillings please!  Bess Maybee moves  One of Redrooffs most interesting ladies has moved off the  Coast to make her home with  her nephew and niece, Brian and  Dianne Maybee in Sydney on  Vancouver Island.  Bess was bom in Manitoba  and moved with her family to  BC in 1925, settling in Burnaby.  She became interested in correc- ���  tional work, and after working  in Grand Forks and Prince  George, joined the staff at  Oakalla Prison Farm. After  steadily working her way  through the system, she became  Chief Matron and Director of  the Womens' Correctional Centre.  Bess was' an excellent organizer and strict disciplinarian,  who, nevertheless felt a deep  understanding and sympathy for  some of the girls who had  become entrapped in the system,  encouraging them to take up  such things as nursing and  crafts.  In 1991, when the Prison  Farm closed, Best was an honoured guest at a luncheon hosted  by the Solicitor General.  Many of the ideas and  improvements which she had  recommended have been incorporated in the new prison.  After retirement, Bess built  her cozy retirement home on  Redrooffs Road which she  named Stump Ranch.  She lived there happily with  her books and her flowers, and  will be missed by many good  friends and neighbours who  liked to pop in for a cup of tea.  We all hope that Bess will be  well and happy in her new  home. Coast News, July 5, 1993  community  by Pat Thibodeau and  Maureen Parrott  The first week of the Summer Fun Program was spent  working in our garden. We also  celebrated Canada Day with  birthday cake, song, and homemade flags.  This week's theme will be  the environment. We will be  doing a nature walk to the  Skookumchuck, during which  we will try to fill garbage bags  donated by BC Parks Board. Val  Verrall from GRIPS (Garbage  Recycling in Pender Society)  will give a talk on Tuesday  about recycling and we will set  up our own mini-depot here in  Egmont!  Thursday at 9:00 am at the  school, Powell River Forestry  Service will show a video and  talk about the forest. There will  be games, puzzles, and trees to  plant.  Thanks to AC Building Supplies for wood scraps for our  building projects, and to Vic  Tidder of Scanmar for a roll of  rope for splicing and knot-tying.  Protech has kindly provided  shredded paper for a massive  papier-mache project. Thanks to  Gavin Muller and Art Plunkett  for all your help in getting our  ship to the schoolyard where it  will sail a sea of green ail summer.  Friends and relatives gathered to witness the marriage of  Dave Deiter and Marianne  Baatz at the Egmont Community Hall on Saturday, June 26.  A work bee the previous  week saw the Hall dressed with  Pender  Harbour  Secondary  students  enjoy grad  ceremonies  at their  school last  Saturday.  Roxanne  Gregory pholo  rSAt_r  FLOOR  INSTALLATIONS  ���Carpet ��� lino  ��� Hardwood  "FOR A TIDY JOB ON TIME"  call GREG DENNISON  886-3220 tell 619-4385  a new coat of paint and a new  roof over our fine front porch.  After a charming ceremony, the  newly weds and guests enjoyed a  delicious potluck dinner. Two  talented young musicians provided the music for the evening.  Dave and Marianne, who  first met on a hike in the Caren  Range, have chosen the crow for  their family emblem. When  Marianne returned to Germany  before the marriage, she and  Dave felt the crows there and in  Canada were relaying messages  for them.  Fond hellos from Egmont to  Bernice Muncaster who is in  U.B.C. Hospital.  The Egmont Thrift Store  sports a new-to-us selection of  men's wear. Some of our previous selection has made its way  to the Men's Transition House  in Port Mellon.  Happy July Birthday to Toby  Angus, Betty Silvey, Jennifer  Thibodeau, Greg Howitt, Elias  Campo, Jed Young, Rena Shep-  pard, Ryan Jackson, Terri Craig,  Richard Jackson, Amy Young,  Rob Smith, Serene Silvey, Jessica Silvey, Jake Weireman, Cole  Lucas, Adam Silvey and Jeremy  Hunt.  Happy anniversary to Betty  and Leonard Silvey, Janet and  Jack Williams, and Lynn and  Marten Mees,  Tha Sunshine Coart Musk Society  WEST,  SIM J*  STORY  conaductorLVNWINON  d recta mwauutJlSJtaSI  cl-aaeogrtapraer: IHUI  ~ JtaERQME ROBBINS^ARTHUR LAURENTS  ^LEONARD BERNSTEIN ^STEPHEN SONDHEIM  il  ERQME ROBBINSI   fcJ  fori .fini-lBi-l S l%M*Aii;wmm,��jltil*T��>il .-taint ���     *  *  Oitjrta^ Prtrtufld tn fVoaMdy t<y ffctel f Gnf<h aid ftafot) S Pmce tiy ^naigtiw* wti ft^�� L Stovm i  ^���trinnt^mm m\wnmii  Sechelt Indian band members gathered  last Monday to recognize the  achievements of the first graduates  of a Native Fisheries Technician  program, established last year at  Capilano College.  Band councillors said training native  technicians Is an Important step toward  the Sechelt's goal of regaining control  over management of  the fisheries resource.  Derek McNaughton photo  Farmers Market  Now Open Every  Sunday 10AM-3PM  Local produce ��� Crafts ��� Honey  Much mora /*  "A fun way to shop"  Fabulous weekly Pet Food Specials  DOG&CATFOOD  Ory and Canned  ��� Science Diet  ���IAMS  ��� Tecnni- cal  ��� Nutro Max  ��� Purina  m-___^_______4tS___^_\  SMALL ANIMAL SUPPLIES  Rabbits, Hamster food  ��� ...   ��� Pet Accessories  Domestic Bird Seeds  ��� Wild Bird Seed  ��� Shavings   ��� Kitty Litter  Bucket-Field's  I SEALER  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd.. Gibsons 886-7527  Mon. - Sat. 9 - 5:30    Sun   in -4  Camp Goodtimes treats children  with cancer to outdoor summer  The Canadian Cancer Society  is once again hosting Camp  Goodtimes for three, one-week  sessions at Roberts Creek's  Camp Byng beginning July 10.  Camp Goodtimes was established by the society in 1985  through the effort and dedication of founder Lois Youngson  and a generous donation from  the Telephone Employees Community Fund.  Their inidal donation funded  a one-week camp in 198S for 25  children with a history of cancer.  The program has developed  and is maintained with the help  of the Oncology and Social  Work departments of the BC  Children's Hospital.  The camp philosophy is to  provide a camping experience  for children with a history of  cancer at no cost to the family.  Children ages 6 to 16 attend  camps where an on-site pediatric oncologist and nursing  team provide treatment if needed.  "The many letters we receive  from parents tell us that Camp  Goodtimes has been successful  far beyond our dreams," says  society president Sheila Mac-  Dougall.  "Our growing numbers indicate to us that we have the confidence of families and the medical profession."  Camp Goodtimes is supported by donations from private  citizens, community groups and  service clubs, whose generosity  enables the program to continue  to offer an outdoor experience  that includes sleep-outs, pony  rides, beach days, campfires,  sailing, golf and square dancing.  Participants also explore sci  ence and nature, create mural  and soapstone carvings and  establish friendships with their  peers.  JoAnne Hawkins, a Children's Hospital nurse and longtime program volunteer, witnesses the positive influence of  Camp Goodtimes.  "They talk, interact and support each other," she says,  "often returning to treatment  with a brighter outlook."  Outdoor Picnics  Weddings, elc  mmwmmi  Also Septic.  Tiink Pummnq  HBHHslam If  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  ���������      MM  ���������  OV*^��U��  ARMSTRONG DESIGNER II  in stock  OVER 30 ROLL ENDS TO CHOOSE FROM!  ^$5495  REG.  PRICE 1  $44.95  SQ. 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Lionel Trudel - Aspect  West Side Story sets stage for timeless drama, nostalgia  by Jane Seyd  The story dates back 400 years, the  20th century adaptation goes back 40,  and sadly, many of the themes woven  through this year's Sunshine Coast  Music Society production still couldn't  be more true.  West Side Story is large in scope,  presenting big issues and big problems -  none of them easily resolvable - against  a fast-paced backdrop of tension and  energy. The local production directed  by Kerry Mahlman and conducted by  Lyn Vernon tackles them with gusto.  Set in New York in the 1950s, Wesl  Side Story - now a classic in its own  right - is a retelling of the Romeo and  Juliet story. This time, the ill-fated love  of Tony and Maria is set against gang  warfare between the American 'Jets'  and the Puerto Rican 'Sharks'. The balcony has been replaced with a fire  escape, evoking the mood of the city's  concrete jungle. On the surface, there  are all the signs of the 1950s North  American dream in the swinging skirts,  slicked-back hair and ribboned pony-  tails. Underneath, there are deep fears  and resentments stemming from how  far that dream is from anything either  Sharks or Jets gang members know.  Enter Tony and Maria, who manage  to fall for each other despite overwhelming social taboos. In the lead  roles, David Dykstra and Judith Millar  both manage to project the idealism  held by Tony and Maria.  Dykstra presents a Tony with sincerity, putting genuine feeling as well as  vocal talent into Maria. His emotional  intensity grows as the story progresses.  As Maria, Millar's musical training  shines through in soaring voice which  dances through I feel pretty. Her acting  performance rises to the challenge of  the dramatic final scenes.  A major strength of the production  is in its presentation of gang dynamics.  As Riff tells Tony near the beginning  of the story, "Without a gang you're an  orphan." Throughout West Side Story,  the body language builds on that, with  both dance and fight scenes similar in  their ritual moves, emphasis on the  group, and mixture of excitement with  danger. As Anita tells Maria: "They  dance like they have to get rid of something quick."  Choreographer Karen Boothroyd is  to be commended along with the cast  for the raw energy projected.  The inability of pal solutions to  bridge the gap between the gangs is  obvious as the Sharks and Jets stare  each other down at "get-together  dances." Bernardo later comments: "I  don't shake hands with people I hate."  At the Jets "war council", the staccato of a 1950s rap mixes the language of  childhood comics with talk of bricks  and knives. Drugstore owner Doc tries  to make sense of such hatred in people  so young. Sometimes comic, sometimes  poignant. Doc is the fool figure in this  tragedy, played wonderfully by Bill  Forst, who delivers his lines with just  the right temper.  Another exceptionally strong performance is given by Dawn Watts as  Anita, who portrays her character's  ambition, sense of humour and sometimes hard acceptance of the facts with  great gestures and flavour.  Disturbingly, as both Maria and  Anita discover, women are still to a  large extent possessions of their men -  and fair game for the rival gang - in this  milieu. As Bernardo, Kristos Grames  provides a hot temper to set rivalries in  motion. It's hardly an optimistic story.  But there are also moments of sheer  delight in Wesl Side Story: the humour  in America still rings true, and Officer  Krupke, when the Jets boys describe  how they've been "misunderstood by  the system," is perfect..  Under Vernon's conducting, the  music of Leomard Bernstein evokes  alternating moods of drama and nostalgia.  Serving the Sunshine Coast since 1945  Howe Sound  High School  Pass  . iv _���:���.  ,..fv.  *   Hn  .-.111 .r  '���mu  -fivFi-i   Sechelt,  QlbMti'a   Landing.  'r.rt Mcllnn, Wronifiliri-. S-niatiil.-M  mini.** l.nn.line. Half Men Uny  Manly 1nl.m.l, render Hartmur  Wllinn Creek. Kotn-rtH Creek  ''.runthum V l.ainlmi*. Kt*n,..nt,  llr.i>k)Ti'�� f-atnlini.-, lira, kemlule  '���heekeyt-.   etc  ��h* ��oast5fews  GIBSONS   LANDING,   B.C. ���  Promotions, June 26, 1946.  From Grid* 1 to Grid* 10���  , "With grade A standing: Pat-  \k Slinn; with grade 8 standing: Dorecn Shaw; with grade  C plus standing: James Smith,  Doreen Armstrong, Claire  Veitch, Bernard D'Aoust, Ellen  West, Greta Westvadn, Ruth  Norris.  Passed: Allan Foulkcs, Ivy  Cochrane.  Passed in thc courses listed:  Gordon Livingstone, English 3,  Social Studies 3, Health 3, Gen.  eral Science 3; 'Wilf. Nestman,  English 3, Social Studies 3,  Health 3, General Science 3;  Clifford Gibson, English 3, Social Studies 3, Health 3, Mathematics 3, General Science 3;  Kay Coteridge, English 3, Health  3, Junior Business; lola King,  .English 3, Social Studies 3,  Mealth   3,   General   Science   3,  Jnior Business; Betty Older-  Shaw, Social Studies 3, Health 3;  Doreen Woof, English 3, Social  Studies 3, Health 3, General  Science 3, Junior Business.  From Gradt 10 lo Grid* 11���  With grade A standing: Mary  Slinn; with grade 8 standing-  Shirley Williams Elsie, Korhone;  with grade C plus standing:  Eleanor Shaw, Jean Lock, Shirley Kirkland, Sheila Klein.  Passed in the courses listed:  Janet Bernhof, English 4, Social  Studies 4, Health 4, Mathematics  4, Geography 1; Margaret  Clarke, English 4, Social Studies  4, Health 4, Mathematics 4, Geography 1; Peter Trower, English  4, Social Studies 3, Healtn 4,  Geography 1.  From Grade 11 lo Grade 12���  Subject to the results of departmental examinations in  Social Studies 5, General Science  5 .-nd French 3.  With grade C plus standing:  (iii-rge Gibb.  Passed  in the courses listed:  M..rold Bernhof, Health 5,  Main matics    4;    Russell   Brooks,  rlish 4, Health 5; Doreen Vos-  ���-.nglish 5, Health 5, Social  ��4.  Vol. 1 ��� No. 43  HALFMOON BAV, B. C.  Friday. July 5, 19465c Per, Copy. $2.50 Per Year, by Mail  Pender Harbor  Egmont Man  PENDER HARBOUR OFFICIALS  Residents to     Lojes lr*        Egmont Sch��o1 iVisitors Nearly  Have Hospital  PENDER HARBOUR���Judgirw  by the interest shown by lb  residents of the community at ki  public meeting of the PendeV  Harbour Hospital Society r<*  cently, these residents of Sechell  peninsula will soon have a hos-<  pital of their own.  At this meeting it was unanimously decided to go ahead  with incorporation of the society  for the purpose of taking over  St. Mary's hospital here Irom  the Columbia Coast Mission.  When this 1s accomplished, the  meeting endorsed the proposal  of asking the Canadian Red  Cross to step in and operate the  hospital on the same basis as  their other institutions, This  request to the Red Cross has  already gone forward.  The Red Cross would staff  the hospital except for the doctor and would be responsible  for its operations from that  point on, with a matron in  charge.  The doctor would be brought  in by the society and wduld be  installed ia a house of his own.  engaging in private practice  with the full facilities I of the  hospital placed at his |ispos.il  The mission turns dVer the  hospital complete witrj equipment to the society on payment  of one dollar, proviled the  society raises a sum approximating $30,000 for vitally needed evnansi'" nd mo**"* "''ing.  ���rare  EGMONT, B.C. - Last week's  * news c.irricd a report that  Mr. W. J. Griffith had to go to  Vancouver to have a piece of  steel removed from his eye. It  has now been learned that the  eye had been so badly damaged  as to necessitate its removal.  Mrs. Griffith has gone down to  see him and will stay there for a  short time. He is in Vancouver  General hospital.  Rtd Grots at  Glbtont Receive*  Token From Britain  GIBSONS LANDING ��� The  president of W. Howe Sound  branch Red Cross, Rev. P. Bush-  field, {in common with all thc  other B.C. branch presidents)  has just received a very fine  token of gratitude from Lady  Reading, on behalf of the people  of Great Britain and Northern  Ireland. It is a work of art by  Marjorie Croft, showing the  coat of arms (in color) of vari.  ous English, Scotch, Welsch and  Irish cities. Thc motto on it  is very good for us all just now,  Yea. a joyful and pleasant thing  it is to be thankful. This will  be framed ar J hung in the  United church hull here, where  the Red Cross meetings have  been held for the past six years,  Teen Town Talk  / CARLE GRAY  -  Sechelt's   newly  '''own is makin"  Asphyxiated in Gas Boat Ride  By 1MBR BEAMISH  EGMONT, B.C.���Egmont sa,\v a very nearly fatal mischance  recently when Mr. Marsden, chairman of the school board,  and Mrs. Funnell, a trustee, arrived to visit our school. Because of our lack of transportation, it was necessary for  them to hire a boat at Pender Harbour. "Tippy" Wray of  that place brought them up.  Midway General Store  At Glbtont Now  Officially Open  GIBSONS  LANDING  The weather was not good  enough to be comfortable  outside so they were sitting  in the cabin. About the  time of their arrival here  Mr. Marsden became very ill  Connor, proprietor, annuunces and barely managed to get  that tho Midway general store outside,  is now officially open for business. Mr. Connor purchased the  business of F. J Wyngaert, una  for several months carried on  in his premises. He has now  moved his stock to the new  building across the roud from  the Wyngaert home. The Midway store is to operate on the  cash and carry basis, dealing in  groceries, dry goods, light hardware and drug staples. On  Wednesdays and Saturdays  there will be free deliveyr of  purchases that are loo heavy to  be conveniently carried by the  customer.  Legion at Glbtont  Hat Smoker  GIBSONS LANDING - Branch  No.    109    of    the    Canadian  Legion   staged   another   "feist"  smoker  of  the  season  ������      ve  evening of Thur ���*  While the h-  crowded,  achieve  Mr. Wm. R (Bill) Griffith  came out in a rowboal to take  them ashore He was told that  Mr, Funnel was asleep inside.  Seeing one man very ill and being told that the other was  sleeping, he at once suspected  gas.  He hurried into the cabin and  found the man not sleeping bul  completely unconscious, though  still breathing. Mr. Funnel being .i heavy man they had some  difficulty getting him oul. As  he was breathing there was no  need for artificial respiration,  but us after considerable time  he did not regain consciousness  and us it was now impossible lo  carry out the object of their visit  it was though wise to make all  possible haste back to the doctor  and hospital at Pender Harbour.  It has been learned that the  fresh air during the journey revived bolh men and upon ar-  ���"ival they felt well enough to go  *'   '   **nmcs.  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.  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B C 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  Pender Harbour's ONLY  Full Line Sporting Goods Store  Francit Peninsula Place  Corner ol Sunshine Cosst Hwy. ��  Francis Peninsula Rd 883-2763  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580*4321  CALL COLLECT  ROOFING  DINING  ;S  Garden  Bay  Hotel  Pub * WaurirntK Rmuunuit  AM Cliaftm ��� rufttafj Chans**/. -  PUB RESTAURANT  8832674 883-9819  SERVICES  leinoaie  Tar & Gravel, Shakes, Shingles,  Metal Roofs, Torch On, Durolds   883*9303   LOWINGS  WELDING LTD.  Garden Bay ��� 883-9122  Fabrication ��� Welding  Sandblasting  Aluminum ��� Stainless Steel  Ray Hansen Trucking  G. Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  ���83-8822  Hugh W.Jones  LAWYER  883-9525  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX:883-9524  Michael C. Crowe  Barrister ��� SaaUcltatr  Notary Public  Pentlpr I trirtmtir Iruttl Scnices  I 'B71 Miak In l">ai Rat. M.aala in Parts  HH3-9871 12  Coast News, July 5, 1993  lndustri.il     AUTOMOTIVE        Marine   '  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Miot.Iti 6-fc S.ll B-b Sin-   ___  ff D/B CRANE RENTALS LTD. ^  24 Hour Crane Service  Hydraulic Truck Crane  Phone (daytime) 884-5266  \^ After 5:00 pm 88S-6261  J  POMFRET  _      construction  Selective Land Clearing ��� Design Consulting  RR2 S4I C5, Gibsons, B.C. V0N-1VQ   PHone: 686-8900  Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  _    The Coast News    a  _^gt      HatMitkm'liiinkiii-ts  fj/CJF9 Ftvm-ikKkif  imlmnnmiltibk  Vi"i7.>.i*fi(/i*(����i,9*iria7i(m/  DON FAIRHURaST 886-0964  HOMES  Hill  AUtO UPHOLSTERY  ���SettfOoorPtrmtt.Htadlintr..  ��� Carpet* ��� Vinyl Top* ��� Converteble- ���  K. Olsen 885-7072  ^^^_tf_^t_Z_>Ha_m_1_B_2a��*_Vl^^  CLEANING SERVICES  SECHELT RADIATORS   Complete Cooling System Service Centre  t-fi'v iiiilfiniiini nm|  i-s.  Wt Rci'nli leRcpUe Ra.U, I leant Cora, M.m I anki   1  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  New. r��il fc Rrltnill ��� IVk up K- Dclivnv J  I     I     i     I     I     t-  -    -     1   +-*a--mm^_^+_m        j.    at.     I.I,/  4349 S.C. Hwy. ��� F M��n.-&��i.  Across Irom .Sunshine (.M 885-7986  Skookum Janitorial Services  WINDOWS .CARPUS ��� GUITIRS  CONSTRIOON CLEAN UP  100     SATISIACHONGUARANlltD  885-7506  CONCRETE SERVICES  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell Ihem  you Tound them in  k    The Coast News    _  W.D. EXCAVATING  1 fc s4^��m ���  L-wkm-Stnici * lattdOeerirtg t 0ei*bplng  Sand I, Qmtl ��� free -sHr���rles  PH 866-9764  * CEL 220-1526  Q.M.S. Excavating  Reasonable & Negotiable  Rates  Gunnar Christiansen  886-8463 S9 C7 RR1  Gibsons, BC VON 1V0  Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  The Coast News    >  v:  "A" 1.1 III K  H)H( ATSl.RYK 1  ���laiasaling  ���BHiklllllne       ���Drainage  ���Demnllllon  ��� 1 aimlSa'ai|H>  ���lOSS lllllMClSSl'la'allHIMl  ���Retaining  ((inslrui lum  (.Ifairinfa  Walls  *�� HOUR  "wi 886-8538  nOX 1221,  l^ senvitt  en 220-8767  (ainsoNS B.c J  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  .    The Coast News    a  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  D & P CONCRETE  .ACINIC. & KINISHINC.  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Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial & residential rooling  ESTIMATES 886*2087 eves ���*����-����  OislHrOa����ats WW*  v8H>��lTaias>ata����m  fhNwMMttr  Usanrallssmss^  Seaway Construction  Excavating ��� 416 Caterpillar* Backhoe  New Home Construction' Garages  Additions ��� Seplic Systems, etc.  SUNTEK  DEC-K-ING     PERMA RAIL  Specializing in vinyl decking,  aluminum, cedar & glass railings  886-8123  1 -800-565-4366  HEATING  DENNIS MULLIGAN ^  Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  24 Hr. at Emergency Service  Bus:886-8572 Home:885-7085 Fax:884-5392  ASHWARD CONTRACTING  Residential Construction to Lock-Up  ��� FOUNDATION ��� FRAMING ���  ��� PLAN DESIGN ��� DRAFTING  HOWARD ASHMORE ��� 885-6443  Commercial/Residential  Fully Guaranteed  M-afifaM-tflllttr ,'*vRoof&Repair  aWmW���mmaam-mmmmmWm9 Csas^ioliea*.  Specialists  A Complete  Asphalt Service  FREE ESTIMATES  SUN-COAST PAVING LTD.  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  Telephone  885-2726  FORM RENTALS  2FT-4FT-6FT-8FT  Quick Strip Forms  PENINSULA FORM RENTALS  _. Phone .985-0308     Fax 885-2774  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  .    The Coast News    >  A ft T ENTERPRISES: Canttruetttwi SamloM  Senms Tha Co.il Sine. IMS  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  Mst-ifsa  T. WOIM, MX TU, OIMONS, B.C. VON IVO  THI��MAi *i  iKi]MZ��m^nn&��3L\\  Furnaces, Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL CAS INSTALLATIONS  CHI HOW ������������71 tt  Showroom: VI Payne Rd. fflbions        j  Swanson's  I��� OlepeSeh ���..��� Accounts- ���.,���     FAX     ���.  |    885-9666    ||    885 5333    [|    885 2226    |  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box 172, 5417 Burnet Rd, Sechelt, 8.C.V0N 3A0  STK EXCAVATING "ft"0  & ROAD BUILDING  ��� Land Clearing ��� Driveways  ��� Drainage ' landscaping  ��� Retaining Walls  * Sand & Gravel.  ' Seplic Systems ��� Ac.  "Quality &  Punctuality"  '886-9020    ___  Trucking Bob Ourney   Excavating  PROPANE INC.  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. O's  885-2360  Hwy 101, across Si.  Irom Big Mac's. Sechell  OB DBBION A CONSTRUCTION  Quality Building S Cuotom Mleuvork  Residential - Commercial  ���HABMa fsllsMN  TEL: BSS-4SS7 FtoOaartas Crasaaala  PAGER: 1B7a30414rTOa.LFREEJ  DESIGN  r  Gf-AEM^ONSTRUCTON  Genera Confroctorj  FOUNDATIONS e FRAMING  lAlllfjAaK _    mm-mZmmTl...-  ���eM_J&\^\srixs-0M*  t-f  EMERALD DESIGNS  RESIMNTIAl DESIGN at CONTHAOING  COMMERCIAL INTERC* DESIGN  886-3969  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  ^ziaiuth Exciting  ��� Land Clearing & Developmem  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  We alter thill line ot  Service* with our  HITACHI EXCAVATOR  Our Customer Service Is  prompt with prolessional  work at competitive rates  . Ken Blrkln ��� 885-7487 ��� Cell. 671-6411  Ventilation und Furnace Cleaning Fits1 Ii  885-7670 Residenlial & Commercial  Cell. 880 7655 Rick Delong  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  DRYWALL SERVICE  BOARDING, TAPING, TEXTURING  No Job Too Small  FREI ESTIMATES CALL MIKE 888-0040  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  .    The Coast News    a  L  MJJ. Vinyl Siding  Soffits, FASIA, Shutters  CEDAR SIDING ���  3  Fred Cocker  (It-tvt H**s��i(tc)  s^Phone 885 606?  PO Box 1596  SscrJwH, B.C  VI)W3A0y  Free Estimates  886-7571  Thomas Electrical Contracting  n?.,7��T10" Jay Thomas oZl, von"Tvo  ���VM'S CONfRUCTION LTD,  Custom homes ��� Small commercial  Renovations * Forming ��� Framing ��� Finishing  ������3*2774  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial  Industrial  JOE McCANN BaHJ. 10131  wBII IN4N2  rntUM  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land ClMring & Development  Cam Mackenzie ,j "���  ff/  i  ^CONTOUR  ^   DESIGN  __    Quality Supply *li  ���_     Ceramic Tile, Carpet & Blinds  v^SHOsvaooMesiHW iqi.gibsons-bc ���phta.k eaojisi  Rqinw Interior Decorating ^  Complete Interior Design  Frm Estimate on  PiMing.Wilp_{i��hng Coast News, July 5, 1993  13  We're more than just tires!  ur *M  BRAKES?  Give yourself a brake  "FREE"  10 Point Brake Check  (Most cars & light trucks)  rjjffl Coastal Tiresh  Kitties, kittles, kittles..  there's always some young  (and old) feline friends  waiting to be placed In good  homes. To visit call the SPCA  at886-CARE.  886-2700  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  ll  'Do chi  HOME IMPROVEMENTS    sm^mu-  VINYL & CEDAR SIDING     UeSmlm. &.U  > sas-evsi   _�����. aas-sei 3  O SUNSHINE KITCHENS  'KITCHENS A BATHROOMS.  888-9411  Cellular  950-3378  PRECISE PMNTING & PLASTER  ��� Complete Cuslom rainting  ��� Texture  ��� All Phases of Ill's/wall  ��� journeyman Workmanship  Neale Free  886-0928 Estimates  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  k    The Coast News    >  For the finishing touch  Eric's Drywall  give us a call  885-6052  The Renaissance Renovator  ��� minor repairs  ��� maintenance  imaginative renovations  l*7years in residential construction  QUALITY WORK  ERIC JAMES-885-6096   free estimates   INSULATION  Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  The Coast News    j  LANDSCAPING  P FREE ESTIMATES  LANDS C APINO    L T IX  885-5954 M,$2��0_X  Whistler's Landscaping  Fencing ��� Turf ��� Drainage  Retaining Walls (Rock)  Residential and Commercial  Free Estimates: Pit 885-2870  S & G TREE SERVICE  i  Topping ��� Trimming .Pruning ��� Brush Chipper  Danger Tree Removal  Bonded and Insured * 20 Years Experience  885-3897  MARINE SERVICES  rShip Shape Props  BOAT PROPELLER REPAIRS A SERVICE  "SHIPSHAPE SERVICE*  Cemll Belly, Proprietor R.R. 1, Meson Road  PH:��M-827l(Biie.) Sechell, B.C.  ���M-M10(flee.) VON SAO  Bu  weeaneer  ,1v1ar|na y Resort Ltd  Located in Secrel Cove 885-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS ?i years  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K 4 C Thermoglass ��,_^ \i^)i  Cobra Boats now   -~*     las'VA*  In-Stock  l.'.H:MIJ;H  "outboards  YAMAHA OUTBOARDS  ine  is lhe Eickislve  Dealership lor the  Sunshine Coast  Exceptional quality  at an exceptionally  low price.  Yamaha's new  Stem Drive  COTTRELLS r|  MARINE     SERVICE    L 3  MECHANICAL SERVICES  H_  ENTERPRISES  MOBILE WELDING ��aND FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS   STEEL ��� STAINLESS ��� ALUMINUM   StRVINO THE FOREST MARINE ANOCONSTRUCnON INDUSTRIES  ON THE SUNSHINE COAST  HOWARD LANG             ooc ,-.4 .���ilL,,,   ,  liiSMEORO oibsoms 886-3231 B69-043ty  Thank You "  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  __    The Coast News    >  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  __B*-^^ ~"^l^__^__^__l  W      v._Ks&*/ *'   ' arH  r ^ Am   H_W,'_.  '*"*'  ll     K *  SIpp^ ^hUB  w'  ���      _j^"*��**^  \1E      _RS__I_^ ' _t           i_|(pMn  v ���   ^              Sk '#8.*-   - _^_t_[   '^fe_����l_i  .*. �����J         _m_mkZ_*._r_M    _t         flwP<VJ  . m      ~S          mX_Wa_M   W   *��� ���M_m_^Xfi_i  1                  V  VAU1Y0I0VI POOLS*SPAS  ��� NEWP001S   ���UNERREPtACEMENT  ��� All ACCESSORIES & POOL REBUILDING  ��� FULL LINE OF SPAS SPECIAUSTS  Call Bill 885-6477  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  731 Norlh Rd., Qlbaona 686-2913  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News    j  5 YEARS AGO  Tragedy struck a Sunshine  Coasl salmon farm, as a crane  hauling a fish net out of a pen  toppled off thc barge from  which it was operating, crashed  through a dock and sank in  Wood Bay, killing crane operator Thomas Edward Martin, of  Garden Bay.  Really Watch, a crime prevention program conceived by  realty agents who recognized  untapped potential in the car  miles they log should he fully  operational within a month. Thc  67 Coast realtors will report  suspicious events encountered  to the RCMP.  Wakefield Inn marks its 50th  year with an 'anniversary weekend' replete with 10 cent glasses of beer and 25 cenl hot dogs.  lOYEARaSAGO  The historic light-ship  Claire-Anne is ordered away  from Gibsons Wharf. Thc  Claire-Anne's owners were  hoping lo find a home for her  on the .Sunshine Coast but  Town Administrator Jack  Copcland said council had  deemed her a hazard because  shc could noi move under her  own power.  Sixly-two year old Stan  Guignard arrives in a Model A  Ford from Ontario to visit son  Mark of Skookum Auto. Mr.  Guignard is on a round-the-  world tour to raise money for  cancer research.  15 YEARS AGO  Residents of Roberts Creek  are in lhe final planning stages  for their first annual communily  fair, Roberts Creek Daze.  20 YEARS AGO  ;   A fire staring early Saturday  morning completely destroyed  thc centre block of Elphinstone  Secondary School. The loss is  estimated at $ 1.500.000 and the  cosl of a replacement estimated  at $3 million.  25 YEARS AGO  It was a grand July I for the  Kiwanis Club's Canada Day  celebration. Under a cloudless  sky, with sufficient breeze to he  cooling in the S2 degree heal  and following a two-band  parade, thc event was officially  opened al Dougal Park by the  Honourable Isabel Dawson,  minister without portfolio in lhe  provincial government.  40 YEARS AGO  A release from the premier's  office in Victoria informs lhat  the Highway Construction  Company has been awarded a  contract for $3l,lfi9 to build a  10.78 mile stretch of highway  from Pender Harbour lo  Agamemnon Bay.  45 YEARS AGO  Thc Union Steamship Company's store in Sechell is gelling a thorough luce-lifting.  Extensive alterations will provide for an up-to-date cash-and-  carry grocery wilh an order  counter for customers who  come in from distant points and  require additional service.  Gibsons Golden  Girl nominations due  The Coast News is again sponsoring the Gibsons Sea Cavalcade Golden Girl Contest. If you know a woman of 60 years or  better with personal qualities such as indomitable pioneer spirit  and generosity toward the community, submit her name along  with a letter explaining why she should be Gibsons' Golden Girl.  Each nominator must include his or her own name, address and  phone number and may not nominate more than one candidate.  Send your entries to:  Gibsons Golden Girl '  c/o Coast News  PO Box 460, Gibsons BC,  VON IVO  or drop off your submission to our Gibsons olfice at 537 Cruice  Lane or in Sechelt at 5521 Cowrie Street.  0125  5 0605  MO 1310  2035  107  13.1  2.2  15.2  FRI TIME HT. FT.  0435  9 0935  FR 1535  2235  11 4  6.4  14.6  0215 10.2  6 0655 12 8  TU 1350 3.0  2105 15.2  0300 9.6  7 0745 12.3  WE 1425 3.9  2135 15.0  SW TIME HT. FT.  0525  10 1045  SA 1610  2300  78  11.0  7.8  14.3  SUlsl-iWEHT.FI.  0615 7.1  11    1210 10.8  SU    1650 9.1  2330 14.1  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson    *��"*-*:  Pacific Standard Tlma "*"""  0345 9.1  8   0835 11.8  TH   1500 5.1  2205 14.8  ffstfl fot Mtn tt. Of flM  ���niTfnHi.fwM.tifl.ilWI.  Tide Tables Courtesy of  :uir  [pvd.  IQUTflTT  ":'���:���:-:��� y::'      '*: ?QkW ���:���? ��� ���    ���,-��� ���-   ���   -.   CHANNEL LLLVFN  Tuesday July 6, tpm  Creative Cooking  "Familiar Favourites"  6:30 pm  Chatelech Secondary School  Commencement Ceremonies  Full coverage of the ceremonies toped June 30  8:30 pm  Elphinstone Secondary School  School Leaving Ceremonies  This year our coverage is highlighted by a grad slide presentation  produced by graduating student Kelly Robertson.  Wednesday July 7,7 pm  Arts Update for July  Join Chuck and his guest for a look at arts happenings in July  7:30 pm  Creative Cooking: "Olde Time Favourites"  8 pm  St. Aidan Close  Members of the Anglican congregation want to develop a parcel  of land in Roberts Creek for seniors co-operative housing.  8:30 pm  Return from Somalia  Dr. Eric Paetkau discusses his recent trip to Somalia  Thursday July 8,6:30 pm  Bedtime Stories  From the Coast Academy of Dance & Fine Arts. Taped in the  Ravens Cry Theatre.  8 pm  Sechelt Celebration Days  Parade  8:30 pm  Creative Cooking: "Soup's On I"  .Sponsori'il l>\ SOI  1()K1>  i  CLIP & SAVE  IO BCF6RRKHS Schedule  886-2242  HORSESHOE BAY���LANGDALE  Leave Langdale  6:20 am  8:30  10:30  12:25 pmM  2:30  Leave Horaeshoe Bay  EARLS COVE  Leave Earls Cove  2:20 ���  4:30 pm  6:30  8:30  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  i 14  Coast News, July 5, 1993  Take Advantage of our Nexv Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad <�� timers  and pay for only 2 times!  m  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  NOON FRIDAY  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  VIST* FJORD  Spectacular panoramic view property in controlled subdivision. 1/2  acre, underground services, close  to lerry and amenities. Drainage  easement at bottom ol property.  $134,000 Call Lois Mllllngton,  Bet Realty Ltd., 926-7831 (24 hr.  pager) ��9w  Panoramic view lot Glbaons Harboui, $87,500. Ron Chum*, Sullen Group WCR, 623-5522. ���29*  Commercial revenue properly  Zoned C2. 1.01 acre. Roberts  Creek. BC. 885-5033        gft  Panabode cottage in Sechell area  lo be removed Irom property.,  Otter.-being received. 1-321-9724.  I29W  Executive style custom view home,  2,6001 sq It, 3 levels, 2 bdrms.  plus master suite, 2 kitcnens, 2-1/2  baths, vaulted ceilings, 2x6 walls,  cedar exterior / decks. Exceptional  yard, much more, finest rwrgtibcur-  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  Lot I Mountainview Drive, partial  view lot, level and cleared in a  quiet cul-de-sac with all underground services. Private panhandle access. Ready to build your  dream home. $79,000. Call 886-  3812 or 326-5534. as  ROBERTS CREEK  4.5 acres ot beautilul treed secluded property wiih seasonal creek.  Asking $119,000. Call Craig or  Heather. 886-2352. 127*  House in Selma Park. 2 bdrms.  Yard, workshed. 8850462.��28cn  LOWER QIBSONS  2600 sq. It. 4 bdim. custom built,  older home on 2 levels. Two lots,  magnificent view. $289,000, duplex  zoned. 886-3281. ��27w  FOR SALE BY BUILDER  Cape Cod style, entry level living  area, fireplace, 3 bdrm., 21/2 bath,  nice quiet rtgaghtxxirhood. Close to  all amenities. Ready lor occupancy  Sept. 1/93. Asking $179,900. Call  Craig or Heather 8862352.' ��27w  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. 1-488-9551. ��28w  LOT FOR SALE LANGDALE  Lot 16 Jensen Road, $66,800.  Lovely new subdivision minutes  trom ferry, all hookups al property  line. Build your dream home on 65'  by 151' W.Musi sell, call Melinda  Bogdanich 430-6655 C.T. Realty  or (home) 421 -2520 collect. ��27w  Four bdrm home plus 1 bdrm suite,  West Sechelt. excellent investment. $145,000.885-5764.  Commercial revenue property,  zoned C-2.1.01 acre, Roberts Crk.  885-5033. ��29cn  8023 Soulhwood Rd. 3 bdims, lam  rm, 2 balfirms. oil heat - wood, RV  shelter, garage. Root cellar 1 lots  more. No appl. necessary. Fuller 1  Assoc. 885-9323. ��28cn  View lot Bay Road, Davis Bay,  60x125 ft. $82,000. 685-9417 or  885-1939. ��27w  752 Hwy. 101,50x268 lot. 3 bdrm.  otter house, $165,000.686-9049  PANORAMIC VIEW, beautiful new  West Coast contemporary home,  2460 sq. tt. Pnvate, sundrenched  decks with stunning view ol Howe  Sound. Large sunny kitchen. 2 F/P,  3 bdrms. and study, huge master  suite w/iacuzzi soaker. A true  dream home. $289.000.860-1230  or 1 -926-8451 or 880-5904. i2Bw  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  Autos  It  23  /i^  Barter & Trade  Bed and Breakfast  1*  30  t  (GREAT  1  Business and Home  Seivices  35  MaDEJL  Business Opportunities M  Campers  ChildCare  28  37  Commercial lor Rent  32  Entertainment  33  ^���������v  For Rent  For Sale  31  21  e~B  Found  11  Obituaries *  3  Free  13  Personal  ���  Furniture  20  Pets & Livestock  12  Garage Sales  17  Recreation  ���  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  12  Storage  30  34  Thank You  S  Home 4 Property  1  Too Lata to Classify  40  In Memo ham  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Loat  10  Wanted  IS  Marine  20  Wanted to Rent  20  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Motorcycles  Music  20  13  Ensjegements  Wort-Wanted  O  30  DROPOFF YOUR  Coast News  Monday Edition  OLASSsF!  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Phce 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  B A J STORE 885-8555  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885 3400  H     In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockside Pharmacy)  886-2622  Dave Otr and Us great staff -aril help you place  your cla*j*_fied�� at AC Building Supplies), one of  our Friendly People Places in Pewter Harbour.  gfflHHHj  MORTOAOi  LOANS  fits from 5.75**  2ndstrom��.25\  ��� Purchases  .Quick Approvals  aCa*ua��tybyphone  Cal lor a Iree consultation  240-9672  Ray Quan  24 firs/ 7 days a Weak  PASSPORT MORTGAGE  EiSHUUU  Three bdrm. 2 full bath rancher on  duplex lot, 1 1/2 yrs., 1173 sq.ft.,  vaulted celling, sundeck in rear,  12x16 workshop, single carport, 3  appis., $139.900.886-7141.128*  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOGUE  seae Cowite St., Box 121S  Secha.it. BC. VON SAO  aaa-s2ti fax aaa-aeee  s/asn Toll Faee eeav-eoie  BERRY: Harold Valoise Berry ol  Comox, bom December 6,1925  passed away at SI. Joseph's General Hospital, Comox. June 30 at  the age ot67. He is survived by his  daughter Valerie ol Comox, his  mother, Mrs. Maughan ot Victcina.  sisters Marie of Vernon, joanie of  Courtenay, Carol (Brad) ol Terrace  and Susan ol Victoria, brothers  Woody (Marian) ol Pender Island.  Eddie of Raratonga, Cook Islands  and Gerald (Lucy) ol Victoria, as  well as several nieces and  nephews. He was predeceased by  his wife Roberta in 1991. A Service  ot Remembrance tor lamily and  Iriends will be held at Stewart  Lake, BC. at a later date. Cremation II desired, donations may be  made lo the Canadian Cancer  Society. Arrangements entrusted  to the Comox Valley Funeral Home  and Chapel, 1101 Ryan Road.  Courtenay, BC. ��7cn  GIBSON: Muriel V. passed away  June 20,1993 at Ihe age ol 79 al  Totem Lodge alter a valiant struggle with Multiple Sclerosis. Survived by her loving sister,'Marion  Cupit ol Roberts Creek; sister-in-  law Eleanor Phillifanl, North Vancouver; cousins Jack Phillifanl  Ernest Moore; niece Joan Proctor  and husband, Richard; nephews  Norman Cupit; William Cupit and  wile Teresa; Edward Cupit and  wife, Linda; nine great nieces and  nephews and one great, greal  niece. Memorial services, 1 pm  Wed. July 7,1993 at St. Baitholo-  mew's Church, comer North Road  and Highway 101, Gibsons. In lieu  of flowers, donations to the Multiple Sclerosis Society would be  appreciated. ��27cn  Attention all past, present and  Ready Soon! 10 more fully ser-  Set of captain chairs with wooden  8 8. utility trailer. $300. 886-3858  future herbal, weight loss cus- viced RV sites ��� long term/short  tamers. Great news. Our low price term - overmlers - tent campers -  ol $4B/sei continues. So get a showers/laundry/hiking trails/5  jump  on  summer  using   a mins. to lerry and 2 shopping cen-  Manchurian herbal product. Call bes. Book now ��� Top ol Cemetery/  Debbie now at 886-2238.   ��27w Keith Rd. 886-9764 or 220-1526 or  spindle backs. Solid oak table,  alt. 5:30 pm.  White fridge/lreezer and stove, pair  of French doors. 8868836.    ss  I29cn  LOGOS  fo. AU. YOUR GRAPHIC NEEDS  *-*���****��� 885-0244  886-0971.  TFNs  Sunshlna Coaat Transition  House.  A safe place lor women and children in crisis. Fm confidential 24  hour service. 885-2944       TFN  with: art workshop, gotxty  bags, lacepulntlngu lun.  Call 885*6203  lo book yours!  2-tone blue libreglass cover lor  motorcycle saddle bag, Hwy 101,  June 28. $50 reward. 885-5448.  ���27w  Set ol marine boat keys on chain  w/wooden block. Phone Dale 886-  2263. I27w  Lovely rose lapel pin, was a gift.  886-7031. ��7w  Llte|acket on Franklin Rd., lower  GibaUns. Sun. Jun. 27.886-7414.  #27cn  Pair of reading glasses on E. Porpoise Bay Rd. 885-2235 or 885-  5516 eves. 12801  Oars/oar locks, life bells. Call 886-  7355 lv. mess. TFNs  Old tractor tires, or any wide light  tire - cheap $$$. 886-7355 Iv.  mess. TFNs  Commodore 64 Monitor, printer,  and any software. 886-3067.127*  Antique 3 spd. CCM bike w/camer  t spare tire. 886-9346 eves.��29cn  Men's 12-spd. bike. Apollo. Good  cond. $100 OBO. 886-2802.��29cn  1 set ol men's RH golf clubs, 3  grand slam drivers, 1 Spalding putter, leather goll case. Excel, cond. -  $300,885-7401. ��27cn  885-4452.  ��27w  Tempered glass 46 x 76 x 4mm.  Two 25'-30' ramps lor float. Call   $25/sheet. 886-2056.       tttjen  FORD ENGINE  Etc. run. cond., 300 6 Cyt, MM  OBO. 885-3439 daya, 168-2215  eves TFNs  Jenniler Holm, formerly of Intra  Travel, Sechell, wishes to thank  her clients and Iriends tor their  kindness and consideration during  her recent spinal injury and temporary absence trom the travel industry. ��27w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd fobs.  885-3917, TFNs  Gold runners medallion on South-  wood, Halfmoon Bay. 885-3248.  12701  Wanted - discarded/used saw  blades lo up 10' diameter. 885-  9997. I27w  Propane oven stove, good cond.,  also propane waler heater. 885-  3192. ��28w  Mahogany TV/stereo cabinet. 885-  3930. ��27cn  Steel hospital crib for older or  handicapped child. 885-1960.  ��27cn  PUPPIES, Husky cross. 886-0306.  ��7cn  Washer, dryer, good working  cord,,$350atoth. 885-4220.��29w  DECEMBER FOREST PRODUCTS High quaffly split elder lire-  wood cul to any length. Full cord,  $95 plus delivery. Pender Harbour,  Sechelt, Gibsons. B85O340.��28w  Firewood, $100 lull cord. Phone  Klaus 885-0679, please talk to my  electronic secretary. ��28w  Dalatrain dual floppy drive computer and 9 pin printer, $450; little  tykes lg. doOhouse, $50; Ikea high-  Free ducks, babies, leens, parents chair, $25; Spalding T-fllght lelt-  Will trade for chicks. 885-0168.  TOPSOIL  Screened top soil at reasonable  rate. W.D. Excavating, 886-9764 or  celll. 11-220-152 TFNs  MOBILE HOME  FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. 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 & stove  induded, washer a dryer optional.  Excellent location, dose to ferry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 886-8095. $39,900. Call to  view. TFNs  Soames Point, 932 Feeney. View,  F.S.B.0.3 yr. Jennish Colonial, 3  bdrm up, 2 bdrm suite, 2 F/P, 3  baths, double garage, shake roof,  French windows. $245,900. 886-  0081,351 -7866 after 8pm.    ss  Gibsons - near new, S/S duplex  (strata), 3 bdrms, 2 full battis, quiet  residential location. Garage ��� carport. Asking $136,500.1-298-  5215. Hide, Sutton Group Excel.'  ���29cn  We would appreciate if the two  ladies who bought a box ol wool at  our garage sale on June 20 at 616  O'Shea Road call 886-9555.��29w  ���������������������  A celebration of lhanks to Gibsons  Building Supplies, Alan O'Neill,  Clayton's Heritage Market, Chequer and Sons, GraeMar Construction and the other preschools who  und with us for Sechelt Celebration  I.F.A. CLASS  starting July 12  WESTCOAST  FIRST a*JD TRAINING  885*4757  DOO CROSS  "Functional Foods"  Arthritis ��� Allergies  Specialties  Traditional Chinese herbal  formulas for dogs, cats & horses.  Distributed locally by  Michael McGinnis ���������������SM  Adult children of Alcoholics or dyslunctlonal families please call 886-  3849 or 885-4622 lor help.    NC  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7863,24 hour line.      TFN  HAitif  GARY WHITE  886-8107 ��� 1-351-4390  4ffx2a0'ofphmelowbaiikwater-  front in Gibsons Harbour near Gibsons Marina. House needs repair  but could be fixed up lor recraa-  tknal or rental use. Propsaly zoned  Tourist t*a-ammercial (C-2). Double  garage plus storage shed.  $189,500. Phone Jenniler 1-669-  7070. SS  3 bdrm, 2 level house, Madeira  Park. 30xf5 workshop. 85x240 tot.  $97,000,874-2213 ��27cn  By owner ��� 1-1/2 yr new, 3 BR  rancher. Some ocean 1 mtn. view.  $179,900. Wally 886-3862: 6:30  pm. atSOcn  View lot on Martin Rd., Gibsons.  Sewer t water. 50x132. 886-3201  or686-S233. t27cn  New view home. 6327 Pacify W.  Sechell. 3,400 ��| ft. Beautifully finished up �� down. Too many features to list. $296,000.885-2556.  12701  The Sechelt Preschool.    ��27cn  IMMGRATION TO CANADA  Visitors, relatives and friends living  in other countries can apply for  immigration to Canada under the  following categories: Independent,  Self-employed, Entrepreneur,  Investor, Business, Assisted Relative. We handle all details. Fees  Irom $2,000. For appointment or  inlormation. call 739-0225. GLOBAL IMMIGRATION SERVICES,  101-1537 West 8th Ave., Vancouver. I27cn  French conversation required to  brush up high school French for  visit to France in August. Gibsons  area. 886-7005 alt 6 pm.   I28w  S/W/M/, 48, N/S, with hobby farm  seeks fern, companion, N/S and  physically lit. Interested in  boating/fishing/hiking. Box 542,  Gibsons, BC VON IVO.      I28w  SHRINKING YOUR DREAMS  to match your income? Let's  reverse the process. 885*3345.  t28w  Adorable Rhodesian Ridge Back X  puppies for sale, $75, greal lamily  pet, good wilh children. Phone  886-8903. ��28w  FOR LEASE OR  LEASE TO BUY  (My facilities). 5 yr half-Arab bay  gelding, trained English, exc. disposition    and    confirmation  $15Q/mth. 886-0995. TFN  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Dog 8 cat boarding. Dog training,  "Science Diet* pet foods. 886-  TFN  Hotpoint washer S dryer, gold,  both good condition, $200 pair.  685-5431. ��29w  G.E. washing machine, 2 spds.  $175 OBO. 885-7067.      ��29cn  Fridges, stoves, washers, dryers,  d/washers 1 freezers, all recond.  with 90 day to 2 yrs warranty. Ph:  Bjorn 885-7897 or Corner Cupboard 885-4434. 12801  Apartment size freezer, 1 yr. old,  like new, $125.886-8092.  ��28w  Inglis portable dishwasher $150.  Sears Kenmore washer & dryer  $350/pr. 1.2 cu ft Panasonic  microwave $100. All in excellent  working cond. Must be sold. All  otters considered. 885-3762.��27cn  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints |  Environment  FrientXy Feints     _/'''  ill All Colours ol  ,//���-=���  IneRtinbow  ...Including linen'  Bill Wood  SECHELT  A Bus. 885-29231  Res. 885-50581  Sunshine art studio1 Individualized  children's lun summer art school.  Limited enrolment. Pre-register,  call 886-8782. ��27cn  hand goll clubs - bag, $100;  organ, $40; waleibed heater, $20;  umbrella stroller, $10.886-3021.  ���28*  Custom made FP insert meets lire  insurance inspection, $300 OBO.  886-2286 weekends, 1-8713-8817  weekdays alt. 6pm. *28w  RASPBERRIES  U-pick or orders taken, totally  organic. Ph. 886-2932 eves.��8w  22 LR Marlin 81 repeater, $90.  885-7711. ��28w  Sleigh bed, $500; 2 old sturdy  chesterfield chairs, need recovering, $25 ea.; 1 cu. It. microwave,  $100,886-2199. ��26w  Motorola 8000m like new, total 4  hrs. used on line, comes with  AC/auto last charger, one 20-hr.  battery, cig. lighter adapter, $425.  886-7472,9-5. TFN  Piano Tuning  ��� repairs  ��� appraisals  *  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Rogers drum kit - 7 Zildjian cymbals $ stands plus misc. $995  OBO. 886-3663. I29w  /KlASSAGt THUAftS?  Naturopath  Effective June 30  el���see ����������������we���������  Pilrkl.Raldt.IIMT   DrSayltyND  884-0218       886-0341  Mav-fn. W        TiaalUMM  Sm locsteostme Gibsons  He-It, Cenne  L 72I Winn U ibesKte paw oflr e)  MtCtWMTY DIRECTORY  ol agencies and organizations  available now. $8.95. Call 885-  5881, Voaunteer and Info Centre.  ���29*  aOWN SHOWS  Giggles 1 Squiggles. Songs with  her guitar, balloon animals, magic,  puppets, lace painting 1 morel  683-2514. ��27cn  Does someone in your lamily have  a driNdng probtarri? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 885-7484, 886-9059.  Al-Ateen 886-2565 or 885-7484.  TFN  The Exhibition  of the  Terry Boat Ride"  by Greta Guzek  continues.  Serigraphs available at  ��� Show Piece Gallery B  280 (��am f'oinl Roavf.  Gabaoaia Lasaratng ��� 8869213  WHISTLER ��� Twin Lakes 3 bdrm, 3  bath condo. All amenities, VCR,  pool, tennis. From $75.986-3284  alter 4pm. 12701  Whistler getaway, 3 bdrm condo.  Laundry, TV, sauna, dishwasher,  microwave. Close park, skating,  tennis, kids/small pet welcome.  $80 7 day special. 967-2297.  ���27cn  Whistler - ski/bike/hike. 3 bdrm furnished condo. Close to Meadow  Park. Laundry, sauna, f/place,  dishwasher, TV. Lease: Sept/May.  No smokers. Rets. $950. 987-  2297. ��27cn  Whistler getaway, 3 bdrm condo.  Cable, microwave, laundry, sauna,  sleeps 7. Close to Meadow Park.  Kids/small pets okay. $90 night.  aXre-Aug, 987-2297.       ��27cn  Moving, musl sell child's bdrm  suite, exc. cond.; queen size bdrm  suite, 886-3317. ��29w  Palliser couch 8 loveseat. Tan  w/wood trim. Asking $300. 886-  2202. ��27cn  Rattan and wicker glass top dinette  suite with cushions. $400 lirm.  685-9517. ��27w  2 yr. old overstulfed couch and  chair with oak show wood, new,  $1700, now $750, N/S family. Call  6854040. ��27w  Oval table 36x46 with 4 chairs  $180. Round 36* or oval 46* with 4  chairs $170.885-7585 eves.��27oi  2 recliners $35 ea. Double bed  $50. All in excel, cond. 885-3911.  ���2701  Greal present-antique Dutch wall  clock, copper lace and weights,  sun and moon plates, $600.886-  7307. ss  Matching antique style couch and  chair, $250.885-1957/885-3845.  ss  Outdoor Benches,  Tables & Chairs  ���������-���21 ���  1044 Saatmosant Wey, OaWonsa  5th Wheel hookup, 5' cable and  choker and shackles, 16 Ib. rock  hammer, 10 Ib.sledge hammer,  shovels, axes, jack-all, lack, 100II.  1/2 in. nylon rope; two 650x16  studded tires; 1/2 yard cement  mixer w/elec. motor. 8664597.  ���28w  Maid Botanical your simple health  plan. Tony or Lisa. 8860120.  ���28cn  'Singer' Athena 2000 sewing  machine, 24 decorative stitches,  auto, butionholer, exc. cond. $300  OBO. 886-2673. ft28cn  Used railway ties, great fot retaining walls. 886-6204. SS  TOPSOIL  Gravels, Fill, Sand. Reasonable.  Call Doug 865-5070.        1*2801  ltd  -ir ���..��������  May I have your attention please.  Jacob Marshall Davis docked In  ���binh'1 on June 8,1993 (tonnage  6 lb, 101/2 oz). He landed smoothly thanks to the c-vptain (Dr. Karen  Scott). Happy to greet him are parents, Teresa and Michael, grandparents Dean a Linda Rotwlliard  and Carat Davis, 4 gre*-grandparents, 1 great-great-grandma and  many other Iriends snd nlattvei.  Tlwtotothe'ciwv'alSt.Maiys.  82701  DR. GRANT WOOD  is pleased to announce that  he will continue to  welcome previous &  new patients at the  GIBSONS  OPTOMETRY  CLINIC  Appts. Tues-Slt ��� B86-7211  aaflOOTHLLRVPARK  Available Immediately - 2 view  sites with lull hookups, cal>1evision  and phone service at sites.  $225/mo. up to 30 feet. Vary Top  ol Cemetery/Keith Rd. Ph: 886-  9764 Ot 220-1526. TFNs  TWW FURNITURE  Stephen Carrol aril be displaying  his craft every Set. behind the  Shadow Baux Gallery, Cowrie SL,  Sechelt. Weather permitling.i*33cn  Acupressure sludent and reflexologist available. Relieves stress and  tension. Reasonable rates. 886-  9234. ��28w  NMtthDMrMo*.  ��17.  ��7w  PRIVATE TUmON  Ext-anenced futiy qualified teacher  ���vlaM>le,dayweviaTikigsessioris.  Ads*, Ngh sched and atomntay  students. 886-9466. ��27w  Ladies English riding breeches  and/or blouse, size 12. B8W236.  ���27oi  TROPICAL FISH  Free lish when buying others. 25  cents 8 up. 866-9890.      ��2Bcn  Used Western saddle lor 12 yr old.  Reasonable please. 886-7906  eves. ��29cn  Wanted to rent. Space suitable lor  snail, private life drawing classes,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Must be reasonable. 866-9665.  TFNs  Used building materials in good  cond. - buildings to be demolished. Sunco Recycled Building  Materials, 5653 Wharf Rd.,  Sechelt. 865-8889. Recycle 1  Save. TFN  New thermal Rake windows, 7'  wide x 5' high to 9' high. 4 pairs in  dark green frames, $300/pr.; temporary power seivice lor builders,  100 amp, $100.885-0834. ��29w  6-person spa, brand new with new  11/2 hp spa pak 7 hard cover, 7  jets, 2 massage jets, light cedar  cabinet. Price $3600.885-4037.  ���29w  Cedar lumber - good quality, reasonably priced, assorted sizes.  Custom orders taken. 885-0270.  MOcn  2-person Dodge Caravan seat;  sofa bed; fireplace insert w/piping.  885-3300. ��29w  Full set ol Jenish house plans,  3000 sq. tt., never used, $400.  886-2118 alter 5pm.        I29w  Apartment size washer _ dryer,  $450; Fisher woodslove. $350.  883-2070. .   ��29w  Pine table, sewing cabinet, lamp,  Bonairre, 885-3567.        *29w  SUNCO  Recycled Building Materioli  French Dcors/lni Ext. Doors  Alum. A Vinyl Windows  Lighting/Kitchen &  Bathroom Fixtures etc.  Visit our llore or oaf  ���������������Mt  5653 Whorl Rd., Sechell  Recycle at Save  MON-SA1 9 om ��� S pm  Washer/dryer $125. Sola $200.  Lawnmower $75. New carpeting  (charcoal) $200. Sewing machine  $65. Counlerlop laminate $10.  ���28cn  Mini Winds: (2) 21-1/2 wx 57-3/4  white. (2) 52-1/2 w x 42-3/8 white  8 green. 83x56 white. 59x58  beige. 33x45 pink. 65x71 white.  69x46 peach. $15 each. 886*445.  ���2701  Ladies diamond ring, new $1100,  sell tor $500 CIBO.886-4886.tt7w  Belmont piano; leattienjtte double  pullout couch; 7 malching chairs,  impoverished renterkioking tor sxcellent sr)ape. Margaret .386- -**-��52- #27*  tirwrtmam tmilof in rw-iH rvsn-irlinn r *    2961. ��9w  Baby crib 8 linen, stroller, office  credenza (walnut veneer), all  Airstream trailer in good coridition.  21' to 30'. Will pay up to $6,000.  TFNs  TENTEMt  Kayacking lile bell; crab traps.  Phone or tv. mess. 886-7355.  TFNs  1/2 or 3/4 ton 4X4 pickup Iruck,  auto., all in good cond. Price range  ot $3000 to $5000; 14' to 16' alu-  Single door dose clearance wood  Coleman power generator, 5,000 stove, c/w 18 IL insulated chimney  watts. Used 5 hrs. $600.883-9590 system. Still in use. $600. 686-  eves. ���3501    9574alt.5pm. ��7w  New Craftsman prolessional 15 Coleman generator $400. Con-  amp 1/2' electronic, variable speed  stiuctkxi nailer $50.886-3445.  router. Never used. $350. 886- ��27cn  8783. ��29oi    ���*"" ~��� ~������  24' stove ideal lor cabin. Good  Booth! R.V. Park is now accepting  iisjrumbctf c/w15to20HPmolor  24 in. colour TV w/remote, lloor  working order. $150. Super single  meiTva-rttaa-*jllM7M. and trrtlen single person kayak c/w  model, exc. cond. $248.886-7394.   waterbed, white w/3 drawers $200.  TFNs    acces. 885-5505. ��7w ���29cn    686-2509. ��27cn Coast News, July 5, 1993  15  Set ol overload springs tits most  P/U trucks, $150; 1,000 gallon  neoprene plastic tank, $350.886-  7084. ��7w  Lovely Futon bed/sola - sola 1  ottoman pull together to make  double bed. Less than 1 yr. old,  includes removeable covers (Victorian floral on black), trame,  Futon mattress and two bolsters,  $225,886-9665. TFNs  Gram stroller $40. F.P. baby bath  $10. Snugli $15. Jolly Jumper $10.  Diaper beg $5. Gilt's dothes new-  bom to sz. 3.866-3374.   ��27cn  Modular teak desk unit - 2 pes  $300. Ping pong table $50. Glass  collee table top, rectangular,  rounded coiners $25. Manual  typewriter 8 metal typing table  $25. Antique Singer sewing  machine w/walnut carrying case  $40. Recliner rocker - gold fabric  $40. Rowing 8 skiing exercise  machine $25. 2 ten speed bikes.  Greal cond. $50 ea. Ladies goll  clubs 8 leather bag $50.2 sets  ���klis, bindings, poles, ( boots,  exc. oond. $50 set. 886-3620.   112701  Electrohome organ w/bench, E2  Nocturne B.005 model, 117 volts,  2.1 amp. 60 cycle percussion,  upper 8 lower keyboard, pedals.  Burgundy trultwood finish. Good  cond. $250.885-4099.     ��27cn  QOOO HAY  UOOfebDeatoad  Straw $5.00**  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  Free Range Eggs  CaH Between 12-1pm  H4-9J57  TFN  3-drum winch T-120 Hayes 6-cyl  Chrysler. $3,800115 hp Merc.  $1,000,866-8868. ��32cn  75 Ford 1-ton dump truck $3,900.  8868204. ��28cn  1992 Trail King 16 It. deck, electric  brakes, new cond. 885-9417 or  885-1939. ��27w  Cat 955 track loader $9,000.888  7727 ss  955H Cat Crawler, bucket loader,  needs some work, $3000 OBO.  886-2546. aa  Geoff  Clement'.**}  Garden  Furniture  Benches. .....$85  Swings $85  Cape Cod  Chairs $65  886-8074  20* colour TV, remote; power drive  Tore lawnmower; new GE washer/dryer. 885-2650. ��27w  Sklar sofa 8 matching chair $450.  9x12 wine oriental patterned area  rug w/matching 6x9. $300 pr. 885  4622. K7cn  Trailer that 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  Automatic adjustable bed. $800.  883-9107. ��27cn  Gas stove, gas furnace, elect  I water heeler. Ph.. 885-9010.��27cn  USEDLUMBER  2x10,1612011 long. 70 cents per  ft. 2x8,16 - 20' long, 55 cents per  tt. 6853363 eves. TFN  Sony Trinitron 21" slereo colour  TV $300. Sony 1/2' VCR, 4 head  tracking $250.686-9665.   TFNs  Two near new 14" lires, Ford rims,  $25 ea; 4 Model T tires, $10 ail;  tool box for full size truck, $80;  wood stove, $150. 886-2088 alt.  6pm. (27w  Excellent Alder Firewood cut to  size, lun cord, $95. Delivered anywhere. Call David 865-5636J27W  FRESH PRAWNS  $5 lb 8 $4 lb. To order.  885-7348 Nanmta.  ���28oi  Sturdy single bed roll-a-way cot,  excel, cond. $90.886-3095.TFN s  R.S.F. energy wood stove model  HF 65R new $1,750, sell $950.  665-2503. ��26w  Seldom used: Philips air purifier  and de-ionizer w/replacement filter  $25. Philips air purifier $15. Bon-  aire Clean mist 2.5 gal. humidifier  $65.886-9665. TFNs  Full size camper fng. stove heater,  $1500OBO.886-2106. ss  SCREENED TOP SOIL  Quality soil at a reasonable rate.  WD Excavating. 686-9764 Iv.  man. TFNs  250 gal. luel oil tank, $100 OBO  (empty). 886-2826. ss  '88 Woodmizer 40HD handsaw  mi. Trailer pkg ��� 550 hrs, lap siding attach., carriage cover, auto  grinder, tooth setter misc. spare  parts. $22,000 OBO. 886-3001 ss  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Brighl, spacious layout, excellent condition, very  clean, newly painled t renovated  featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. It. deck, Iridge 8 stove  included, washer 8 dryer optional.  Excellent localion, close to ferry, in  Comeau Trailer Park 122.1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 686-3095. $39,900. Call lo  view TFNs  CEDAR SHAKES 8 LUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut. 665-2138  or 865-5601. TFN  HYDRO POLES  BC Hydro approved, all sizes. Call  W.D. Excavating lor inlormation.  886-9764 or cell 1-220-1526.  TFNs  SATELUTE SALES  Own Onion Earth Station  884-5240.  TFN  1967 SS 396 Camaro, 4 spd post.  8650949. ��29w  1963 silver Honda Accord, aulo,  h/back, excel, cond. $3500. 885-  3675. *29w  1979 Chev atep van, ex-postal  van, 292 6 cyl auto, new rubber,  real good shape, $4000. 866-  2206. ��29w  79 Pontiac Parisienne, exc. running cond. Asking $800. 885-  8954. ��26cn  FORD ENGINE  Exc. run. cond., 300,6 Cyl., $600  OBO. 885-3439 days, 888-2218  eves. TFNs  '85 Pontiac Fiero GT, 6 cyl., sun-  root, white ext., grey Int. sacrifice,  $4900.886-3620. ��8w  76 Olds 68 diesel, lots Invested.  Small car mileage, large car luxury. $2,250 OBO. Tony 886-0120.  ���26cn  TR6 sports car, parts or project  car. 886-6204. ��28cn  1975 Pontiac Grandvllle convertible. $1,200 OBO. 885-4616.  ���26cn  1953 Ford sedan delivery. $1,500.  After 5pm. 8856419.       ��27cn  For Sale -1985 Reliant K car.  aulomatic, new tires, 2nd owner,  $3000 OBO. 865-0209.      ��27w  '67 Pontiac Sunburst 5 sp., 4 dr.,  exc. cond., $3100 OBO. 886-  3067. ��7w  tM Dodge Mirada 2 dr. power windows, till, leather int., $800 OBO.  8853067 ��28w  11983 Chev Caprice classical  diesel. PS, PB, AC, Cruise, tit, AM  8 FM cas. New bat. 65,000 miles.  New paint job. 6857300.  *27cn  I960 Ford LTD, 4 dr, blue, good  cond. $1,295.8851926 hr. mess.  ���27cn  '81 Mercury Lynx, 4 spd., power  steering $ brakes, clean.97,466  km. $500 OBO. 8859662. I27cn  '66 Nissan multi, AM/FM, cass.,  summer I winter tires, low miles,  exc. cond.. $7000 OBO. 6850960  eves. ss  1980 Ford Fairmont station  wagon. Good cond. Needs some  work. Asking $850.8854099.  ���27cn  72 Volvo GL 240. 4 dr. sunroof,  PJW, air, 5 spd. 172,000 km. Very  Clean $4,500.886-3675,    K7cn  1988 Suzuki Forsa 5 sp., hatchback, 90,000 kms., $2400. 885-  94171X8851939. ��27w  1972 MG Midget, partially  restored, great project car. Loads  ol spare parts, $2000 OBO, or  trade lor truck; 1986 Honda CRX  exlra tires, sporty, economical,  $5500060.8857571.      ��27w  76 Volkswagen van, exc. cond.,  $1900080.6852106. ss  1982 Mazda RX7. good cond.,  new clutch, brakes. $3100. 886-  8032. ss  79 10th Anniversary Trans Am.  403 turbo 350. shift kit. 323 posa. 4  wti disc, power everything $2,950  8856097. ss  MECHANIC'S SPECIALS  '60 Malibu S7W, 302 PS/PB, run-  nlnrj, needs work, $450 OBO; 74  Ford FfOO, 301. PS/PB, running,  needs work, $650 060. Will deal  to both. 8858022 or 886-7904.  TFN  '85 Turismo Plymouth K-car, sunrool, deluxe model, no rust, runs  well, $1600 OBO. 886-4668 aft.  5pm. TFN  1986 4 dr. Chevette H/B, good  cond., great tires, $2200. 885-  4145. ��28w  1984 Dodge Aries K-car, new  brakes, tres, carb., 2.2 litre 4 cyl.,  good shape, $2000 OBO. 885-  9706 aft. 5. ��8w  1981 Malibu AM/FM, cass., A/C,  standard, de��n iritsraCar, good tires,  $1000060.8859810.     ��28w  '64 Honda Accord, sunrool, 5 sp,  new tires, some rust. Runs good.  $2,200060.8854054. ss  '87 Honda Civic 1500S. 147,000  km. Peppy, black, good cond.  $4950080.686-3484. SS  '77 Ford LTD II, body gnat, runs,  $400 OBO.; 78 Cutlass wagon,  good tires, brakes, $300 OBO.  8859381. ss  1984 Escort; standard, needs  clutch to make mobile, engine In  very good cond., exc. lor parts,  $400 OBO by end ol May. Call  8852622. TFNs  ol VW Jetta 4 dr., 5 sp, sunrool,  $3500060.8857969. SS  76 Chevy Nova, good running  cond. $450 060.886-7648.   ss  1985 LTD 4 dr, 6 cyl, auto.,  air.good shape, only 2 owners.  $3,300 OBO. 8853360 before  9pm. ���29cn  Super Beetle $1,350. 76 Toyota  Corolla $650. '81 Ford Mustang  $2,400 OBO. Ph: after 6, 866-  6309. ��9cn  '81 Honda Civic, 5-sp, 1.500 cc.  Some rusl. $975.886-3555 ph.  atterfipm. 82901  1962 Ford LTD stn. wagon, auto,  PS, PB, auto, o/d, good cond.  $1,300 lirm. 8657677.     ��29cn  '86 Cavalier Z24, V-6, Pwr. sun-  root w/alr. Exc. cond. $6,B00 OBO.  8857854 alt. 5:30pm. ss  1986 Dodge Diplomat, lull sized  lamily car, silver with burgundy  interior. 885-0312. ���29cn  1965 Mustang, great cond. in t  out. Must sell $4,225 OBO. 885  7718. ��290!  1975 Lincoln Continental Mk IV.  480 cu. inches, v-6. Excel, cond.  $1,495060.8657718.    ���29cn  1961 Datsun 210, runs well,  brakes need work. $450. 885-  3552 eves. ��29cn  1987 Nissan Maxima 75,000 kms.  Luxury Edition, completely automated, many exlras. $6,500 OBO.  6858267. ��29cn  1984 Mazda RX-7,76,000 kms. 4  new Pirelli tires, sunroof, rotary  engine, rebuilt clutch, master cylinder, Ironl speakers 4x9 inlinities.  Reliable i strong $5,100. Call Joel  6855166 TFNs  73 V.W. van. Good condition.  60,000 miles on new engine.  Some rusl. $2600 OBO. 885-  3917.  TFNs  1986 Honda Accord LX, 4 dr, 5 sp.  95,000 kms. PS/PB, cruise.  $6,500,686-4536. SS  '86 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player, $5795.886-7150.1  ss  Datsun 2407 body parts, rec. eng.;  79 Dodge 1/2 ton step-side with  canopy, boal rack, $1250. 866-  7378. ss  CHEAPI FBI/US. SEIZED  '89 Mercedes. $200  '86 VW...;.  $50  '87 Mercedes $100  ���65 Mustang   $50Choose Irom thousands starting $50. FREE information 24-hour  Hotline. 801-379-2935 Copyright  ���BC010410. ��27w  1990 Honda CRXsi, black on  black, sunroof, 35,000 km, very  dean inside 8 oul, $10,000 060.  8857205 eves. ss  1987 Buick Skyhawk LTD. Excellent condition, one woman owner,  non smoker, immaculate, sunrool,  AM/FM cassette, 67,000 km. Call  6854906. $7000 060.       TFN  1991 Mercury Cougar, auto, air,  power, white, exc. cond, 35,000  kms, $15,000 OBO. 8853623. ss  79 Ford stn. wagon, V6 auto,  good running cond, $475. 886-  9372. ss  1986 Ford Mercury 2 dr, 8 cyt, air  cond, exc. cond, low mileage,  $5000 OBO. 883-2512. ss  Good selection used tires, wheels,  Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  865-4004 ss  77 Pontiac Lemans, exc. cond,  $900 OBO. 8653648 ss  1974 Dalsun 2602 alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  0608857376 SS  1973 Super Beetle, $2500 OBO.  883-9234. ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhausl. Mechanically sound,  $900 OBO. 8651943. SS  1988 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  auio/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $5995.  86575201X8652111. SS  '86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/lnj,  exc. cond, $3995. 6857150 or  866-3213. ss  1976 Dodge Tradesman 200 van,  $600,883-2297. ��29w  1968 Voyageur SE, 5 pass, V6,  auto, cruise, tilt, AM/FM/cassette,  Lf ��� Gauge package, roof rack,  heavy duty low, 62,000 kms, exc  cond. $9800 OBO. 8852748.  ���29w  1980 Ford 4x4.11,000 miles on  trans/engine. 685-2151 eves.��9w  1980 Chevy t/2 ton, rusty but  runs. $500 OBO. 885-7330. ��29w  '89 Tracker 4x4 convertible.  $7,500 OBO. 8850174.    ��29cn  Wrecking '83 Ranger 2.0L on  propane. 883-9590 eves.  ��35cn  1976 Ford F-250, 360 ci, auto.,  PS, PB, great lor hauling wood.  $500. 886-8546 alter 6pm or 665  8755 Derek. TFNs  1983 3/4 GMC Sierra $2,900.  Good mechanical, good body,  100,000 miles. Randy. 8855623  (eves. ��29cn  Ladder rack, tits tull size pick-up.  $250060.8850821.      ��29oi  '85 Ford F250 XL super cab,  auto., PS/PB, camper ready.  Whites blue 2 tone. 136,000 km.  $5,700.6858445. ��27cn  1981 Jeep Wagoneer, limited,  $1000 OBO. 8652642 eves.��28w  1977 GMC 4X4,3/4 Ion. good running order, $1000 060.863-9493.  I28w  1981 Jeep 6 cyl, 4 sp, good run.  cond, $4000060.8850969.  ���27*  1988 Chev 1 ton dual wheels,  dumper, exc. cond. 885-9417 or  885-1939. ��27w  1987 Nissan ST 5 sp, PS/PW,  sunrool, canopy, lady driven,  $6500.8855248 alt. 6pm. ��27w  1977 Datsun, long box, excel,  cond. to year. Only 4,000 km on  rebuilt engine, new starter, alternator, muffler, must sell $1,250 OBO.  Call 8850787. ��7cn  '88 Nissan king cab, auto.,  116,000 km. White, toneau, hood,  bra, spotless. $6,795 OBO. 886-  8369. '2701  1977 Chev 1/2 ion Pickup, 350,  propane, large tank, parts. 885-  4040. ��27w  1975 Dodge propane 4X4, crew  cab, complelely rebuilt, $6500.  885-7516. SS  '91 Jeep Cherokee Laredo, hunter  green, 4 dr, 4X4 plus extras,  25,000 kms. Dave 8853878.��27w  1978 Bronco, new paint, rebuilt  motor, rear end, new gas tank,  springs, ball joints, carb, exhaust  and brakes. $5,400 OBO. 886-  7013. ss  1966 Ford F250 4X4, diesel,  supercab, $13,000 OBO. 885-  1949. ss  1987 S15 2WD Jimmy, privacy  glass. PS/PB, auto, tilt, Sony  stereo, open to reasonable offers.  ,.666-7800. .   ,.��j.  '80 GMC 3/4 Ion, $2700 in exc.  cond. 886-7774 or 8853027.   ss  Big block Ford propane system  w/tank, $1000. 686-3005 8am-  5pm. TFN  '69 3 ton Chev, flatdeck. 5 + 2  tranny, new front tires, needs  inspection. $3250.886-3001.  ss  '84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  8858204. ss  1987 F150, low kms, box liner,  canopy, excel, cond. $7,000 OBO.  8854146. ��8cn  Full size 1990 Dodge van, V6  aulo, $8500.8856X1 ss  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 885-5102. ss  79 Ford 4X4,3/4 ton, 4 sp, good  cond, $2995. 886-2111 work,  866-7520 eves. TFN  16 It. Iravel trailer in Wilson Creek  Campground, new Iridge, hot  water, tull size shower, avail,  immed, $1500 lirm. 6659417 or  8851939. ��7w  17' Vanguard trailer, Hush toilet,  sips 4, 3-way Iridge, bright 8  Clean. $3,200.6857927.   ��29cn  '78 Kencraft tiavel trailer, shower,  Stove 4 Iridge. $2,600.683-9590  eves i35cn  1978 Holidaire trailer 20'. Excel,  shape. $5,500 OBO. 8850663.  _ fMcn  16 It. travel trailer, tandem axle, 5  pee. washroom, fridge, stove,  oven, sleeps 6. S3900 firm. 19 tt.  Southpark tandem axle, 3-pce.  washroom, fridge, stove, oven,  sleeps 6, $3500 firm. 8858445.  ��7w  P/U Camper, $600.665-3137.TFN  23 It. Ford camper-bus, exc. run,  new tires, $3000 060.8850081.  as  24 tt. Cabin Cruiser, new  Merc motor and leg, head propane  stove, sleeps 4. $5500.883-9253.  ss  Ranger 22. VHF 5 sails, very fast,  sleeps 4. Gary Mil design $4200.  866-3490,1-977-7349 toll-lree  pager. ss  Coronado 15, trailer, similar to  Laser, nice sailboat $1600. 886-  3490,1 -977-7349 toll-free pager.  SE  Hobie Cat 16 sailboat, trailer, nice  boat, ��S1700.888-3490, t-977-  7349 toll-free pager, ss  12 It. aluminum boat $600, 865  7167. ss  Yes! There Is a reliable local propeller repair service. 8655276.  TFN  Good 12 It. aluminum boat $600  or trade? 8657167 ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1991-1992  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 863-2456.   TFN  33 tt. Coastal Cruiser, diesel,  "80 14 ft Bayliner with 60 tip Evin- diesel stove 8 Iridge, H/C water,  rude and brand new trailer, asking live-a-board, perlect cond.,  $4500.835-0621. (29w    $19,000,674-2213. ��7w  New Park - Nanaimo area, Dlx.  Adult Community. Rents from  $235/mo. For delails contact 597-  3322. TFN  $36,900 FP - New 2 bdrm. Iront  kitchen, loaded, 6 only. 597-3322.  TFN  14X70, $22,900. Must be moved.  597-3322. TFN  '81 14x70 - 3 bdrm. 1 t/2 bath,  $21,000. Must be moved. 885-  7401. ss  13 1/2 loot Shoreliner (whaler 19 II. Sealoner Volvo Penta  type) 25 hp Merc DS trailer, Calkins trailer needs exhaust man-  $3000.8855948. ��29w    Met, $3500.81*3457. SI  19 It. plywood boat with 60 HP  Merc OMC motor with till 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  6505. ��7w  JRC 525 radar 6 It scanner with  seivice manual, Koden radar with  5 It scanner. Best offer. 8850308  or 990 Chaster to view.     ��29cn  36' boat bumper $25. 886-9346  eves. ��29cns  SECHELT MIMIC  SURVEYS LTD.  captain llll Murray  M.C.M.M.C.   M.N.A.M.S.  M.A.B.Y.C.   -Marine  Surveyors and Consultants  Older model tent trailer, great condition, $600.685-7733.     ��27w  For Sale: city bus converted to RV  motor home, lully contained, nice  unit. ��6 pad Uptown Motel. Offers.  ���31w  1974 Starcralt tent trailer, stove,  sink, fridge and lurnace. Sleeps 8.  $1200060.8853677.      ��29w  Camper, lits small truck, good  cond, going cheap. 685-3720.  ���29*  HOLIDAY RAMBLER travel trailer, 29 ft, rear bedrm, bathtub,  good cond. $9,800. 885-2777 or  6857142. (27cn  1980 Vanguard Class A  motorhome, 27 ft, loaded, low  miles, immaculate, $23,500.885  2954. ��28w  1977 Travel trailer, 17 1/2 It.  $25X060.8852086 alt. 6pm.  ���27w  Vi Frontier 23' GM motor home.  Fully loaded, sleeps 6. Q/S bed,  winter package. 65,000 km. Exc.  cond. $17,500 060.8852454.  ���27cn  For rent: 13' Boler travel trailer  $200 weekly plus $250 DID. 885  5307. ��30cn  Travel trailer, tuny equipped ind.  air cond. Reduced to $4,000 OBO.  883-9382. ��27cn  1973 22 It Dauphin travel  trailer.tandem wheel, lull awning,  deluxe model, lully equipped.  $3,800. Day 8859063, evening  8851916. ��27cn  1990 ox. 24' motorhome A-1 condition. 8859025. ss  8 tt fibreglass rowboal $150.16 ft  glassed cedar strip canoe $350.10  tl libreglass sell-bailing rowboal  $500. Boats are unsinkable. Oars  8 parities not induded. 6852225.  ���Men  16' Skagit, 65 hp Evinrude, new  battery, Ezeeload trailer. $2,950.  883-2990. ��29cn  26 It mv 'High Bailer' crew-pleasure boat. Built by Goktrup Boats,  fibreglass constr. 440 Chrysler  power. Recent work orders.  $10,000 OBO. 8652454.  ��27cn  MAID-A-FLOAT  On board cleaning, private or  commercial. For into 885-0531.  ���2Bw  1989 Double Eagle 16-1/2' cuddy  Volvo I/Ob, low hours, well maintained, loaded wtti extras. Comp.  with 1992 Highliner trailer.  $19,995.8859642. ��28cn  Achilles Inflatable boat, perfect  cond. plus accessories with new  Nissan outboard motor $2,000  OBO. 6852052 eves.      ��28cn  THE ULTIMATE DIVE BOAT  27 ft Seaiander landing barge, twin  165 hp Merc inboard/outboards,  radar, VHF, C/B, colour video  seunder, healer, detroster,  hydraulic winch, sleeps 2 with custom street-legal tandem trailer  $39,000.8832195. ��28cn  1992,10'8' Nissan inflatable boat.  Inflatable keel, aluminum floor, 6  horse motor, gas lank, beach  wheel trailer outfit, used only  twice, cost 14700, sell $2500 firm.  2500 lbs. helper springs fits lull  size truck or van. used 1 week  only, paid $210 with tax, sail $150  OBO. See Joe. trailer ��69, Wilson  Creek Campground.       ttScn  9.9 Merc outboard, $500 OBO.  883-9059. SS  18-1/2' Sidewinder bow, rider  w/120 lip Merc. Cruiser I/O $ trailer. Needs minor engine work.  $1.800080.663-9341.    )27cn  8 It fibreglass dinghy with oars  $175. 2 hp o/board new cond.  $375.8855067. ��7cn  Dock flotation, 12 pes. slyrotoam  46x32x18' $10 each. 8858889.  TFN  i4o' Fibreglass boat with 75 HP  Merc, and trailer, $5500 OBO.  8653307. ss  26 It. Unitly fibreglass, new motor,  new winch, new caipets. electronic  fish finder, lots ot extras. George  8856139. ss  1986 21 tt Campion Discovery,  cuddy cabin, 6 cyt Mercruiser, 170  hrs on boal, tully equipped for fishing. Over $30,000 new, asking  $15,500.8852503. SS  Bayliner 24' C/B, rebuilt engine, 4  hrs, new upholstery, UHF CB, 2  depth sounders, $12,900. 886-  7255. ss  18 It. tevisdson saittioal. 4 sails, tin  keel, 7.5 Honda, $3000 8859224  ss  18 ft. F/G Volvo I/O tandem axle  traitor, $3800.883-2297.       ss  14' x 70' Mobile in Rockland Wynd  Park. Has covered sundeck plus  woituhop. 8859757 or 885-3246.  ���2901  3 bdrm mobile, single wide, 4  appl's, excellenl cond. $21,500.  Ph: 1-9650459. ���2801  1974 Paramount 12'x6B' mobile in  Sechell Park, 2 bdrms. (was 3),  large addilion and appl, short walk  to shopping and hospital, $29,000.  no dogs. 6855782 #28w  2 bdrm Rockland Wynd, new floor  covering, deck, elec. heat, 5 appis,  utility shed. 885-6401.      ��26cn  For sale by owner, 14x70 mobile,  located in quiet, well-kept park,  near creek. Contains 2 Irg. bedrooms, 2 lull bathrooms, pantry,  new carport, S/F/W/D, bright, spacious 8 very clean. $47,500. To  view call 685-5929. ��27w  Beautilul 12x70 Lamplighter, incl.  4 appl's, newly fenced yard. Window coverings. New dbl. glazed  windows. Many upgrades.  $23,500. Call 6652520 or 886-  6906. ��27cn  2 bdrm 14' x 70' mobile. Raised liv  rm, dining area, galley kitchen, utility rm with washer/dryer, stationery  sink. 2 porches plus large workshop with electricity. Mobile has  comp. duroid roof. Set up #4  Comeau Mobile Home Pk, 1416  North Rd. No dogs. Asking  $30,000. Contact olfice or 686-  9581. ���27cn  1990 14x70 2 bdrm, 5 appl. 2  decks, $42,000 OBO. Must move.  866-7778. ��26w  7714x66, stove, fridge, W/D,  must be moved, $23,500. 886-  7013. ss  MOBILE HOME FOR SALE  3 bdrm. Neonex Imperial 14x70  mobile home. Bright, spacious layout, excellenl condition, very  dean, newly painted 8 renovated  featuring stucco ceiling with cedar  beams in living room, white walls,  400 sq. ft. deck, fridge 8 stove  included, washer 1 dryer optional.  Excellent location, dose to ferry, in  Comeau Trailer Park ��22,1416  North Road, Gibsons. Pad rent  $195. 886-8095. $39,900. Call to  view. TFNs  Yamaha PW50, like new, lew  hours, $750.883-2297.     ��29w  1967 KX 125, good cond. New  parts. $1,450.6854816 Iv. message, ttttoi  Yamaha Special 40011, Good  shape, runs well, $200 OBO. 865  2068 alt. 6pm. ��27w  1978 Honda 400, good cond,  spare bike tor parts $600 takes all.  8857722 leave message. TFNs  '81 HARLEY. Totally redone. A  MUST SEE. $10,000 OBO. Serious enquiries only. 8850307. ss  GSXR 750, low kms, exc. cond,  $6000.8657484. ss  '91 Honda CR250. Many exlras.  $3,000.8864746. SS  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc. cond,  28720 km, sacrifice $4,500 lirm.  8659595. ss  1965 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  offers. 6858622. ss  1982 Yamaha 650 turbo, very  good cond. 8859512. ss  BUSINESS IN GIBSONS  WISHES TO RENT  COMMERCIAL OFFICE  SPACE IN SECHELT.  Wereqdre605t000-sq.lt.  Please write wilh information  on cash/sq ft, length of lease  required, mainlenance costs,  when available. Reply lo Box  390  c/o P.O. Box 460  Gibsons, B.C.  VON tVO  Mom and small girl wanting home  with yard. Will have pet. Call  Cheryl collect, 261-4053.   ��29w  3 bdrm house in Gibsons required  for 6 ��� 8 months. Exc references.  6852118. ttfhv  Responsible married couple seek  waterfront house, Sept. 1. Lv.  message 8659378.        *29cn  Single, employed male, smoker,  no pets, with refs. seeks 1 bdrm.  suite, preferably furnished, preferably in Sechelt. Unfurnished Gib  sons suite OK too. Reply to Box  393, c/o Coasl News, Box 460,  Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.      TFNs  Business owner (f) with one child  attending university requires 2-3  bdrm, untumished home. Gib-  sons/Secheli area, July 1 or Aug.  1. Must allow miniature, kennel  trained pet. Willing to sign lease,  please call and Iv. mess. 885-  7990. TFN  Wanted to rent. Space suitable for  small, private life drawing classes,  possibly Wednesday evenings.  Must be reasonable. 886-9565.  TFNs  Small house, quiet spot, maximum  $350,895-0408. ��28w  SHARED ACCOMMODATION  Room in large house 50 yds from  beech, Lower Gibsons, $326 plus  1/2 Hydro. Leave message 885  2989. ��9w  Waterfront on acreage: little bedroom available in house, main living area to be shared. $200/mo.  8857774, ask tor Alice.    t27cn  W. Sechelt, ground level self-contained suite, 2 bdrms, 5 appl.  Avail. July 15. Suitable tor responsible couple, N/S, N/pets, rels.  required, $625/mo -f utilities. 885-  2995. ��29w  3 bdrm view home w/5 appl.,  Irvines Ldg, $800/mo. 2 bdrm  condo, Sechelt, $800/mo. Sussex  Realty Property Management.  Dave Austin 8653295.     ��27w  West Sechett, main floor. 3 bdrms,  kitchen, 2 baths, living/dining  room, large deck; ground floor: 2  bdrms, kilchen, bathroom, large  rec room, laundry, 4 appl. 2 Nks to  school, very clean, large yard,  enclosed garage. Occupancy  August 1. $850/1*10.utilities. 980-  2967 (collect). ��29w  Watertront, 2 bdrm seif-contakied,  August, $300/wk. 8656436 ��9w  Spacious 34 bedroom aownhnjte,  Gibsons, sea view 8 private gatden, close to all amenities,  $650/mo. 8859408. ��29w  1 bdrm view suite, lower Gibsons,  $425 Incl. utilities. Phone 886-  2565. ��29w  New 3 level, 2 bdrm, N/S house;  w/d, d/w, 1 1/2 baths, huge deck.  Aug. 1,$650/mo. 8857955. ��29w  Davis Bay, newly decorated spacious 2 bdrm with view, $750/rno.  Avail, immed. Refs. 6853433.  ���29w  2 bdtm bright, carport, fireplace.  Aug. 1. $650.6857400.    ��29w  Watertront village, 3 bdrm A-  frame, suit couple or ollice. $750.  6855742. ��29w  Sell-contained 1 bdrm suite, l/p,  laundiy, clean t bright, Lower Gibsons, avail. July 1. $470/mo. 885  7867. #29w  HOUDAY RENTAL  Rustic comfortable 3 bdrm house,  Gibsons, near beach, private deck,  garden, sauna. Weakly rates. 885  8904. ��29w  Sechelt. Brand new ground level 2  bdrm condo. Gas l/p, short walk to  mall. 5 appl's. $700.6854546.  ���29cn  Upper Gibsons, modern 3 bdrm  townhouse, 3 appis, exc. localion  to all amenities. Cat OK. $700.  6859656. ��29cn  D/wide 3 bdrm mobile + deck +  l/place. 1 Aug. $625.886-7400.  ���2901  Hopkins Landing, cozy 3 bdrm  avail. Aug. 1. View, den, deck.  Garden, pr. ent. parking. 1 km to  lerry. N/S. Rels. $850.604-277-  4725. ���29cn  1 bdrm duplex avail. Aug 1.  Sechelt village. Suits single. $400  ��� util. 8853962. ��29cn  2 bdrm 1,000 sq tt house, covered  deck, huge yard, single carport,  shed. Garden Bay. NS. Rels.  Avail. July 15. $650/mo. 883-2126.  ���2901  Water view, Gibsons. 3 bdrms, 2-  1/2 baths, garage, 2 sundecks,  kitch. w/nook, 5 apl's. S/S duplex.  $650.296-5215. ���29cn  Roommate to share trailer. $235.  Contact manager, Cedars Trailer  Court. 6853313. ���29cn  Small cottage, Halfmoon Bay.  $300 r/mo. 8856847.      ��29cn  when you  pay for 2 insorflona  A// ckitnlieSi muil be  r  FOR ONE INSERTION  in either the Monday ot Weekender  Edition. Up to 10 words; 2S cents  lor eoth additional word.  Free: lost, Found fi Free  Sure Soil Classifieds  $17 up to / 0 wordj  $ ] each additional word  Yom oO >vllmg one ilQm, w  then will be conceited im/ei,  by clatsified deadline * n.ii.  i 4 consecutive wen'ks  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday idilian Weekender  NOON FRIDAY NOON TUESDAY  Gibsons 886-2622 Sechelt 885-3930 16  Coast News, July 5, 1993  Wanted to share, N/S couple, new  2 bdrm. house, Gibsons, avail. July  15/Aug. 1. $495. Diane Baron 885  8107. *28w  West Sechelt. 6407 Samron. 12 yr  dd, 3 bdrm 8 den, spacious, bright  2 lull baths, private large fenced  yard, sundeck. Lease pral'd. $850  (main floor, part bsmt). Avail. Aug  2.939-5486 or leave message.  ��28oi  View home in Granthams. Van; private, 3 bdrms, 1.200 sq It, Jacuzzi,  4 appl's. $7t0/mth. 886-2976.  Avail. July 1. ��28oi  VIEW  Gibsons. 3 bdrm duplex, view, 4  appl's. $850. Neil. 686-0269 or  Randy 880-1230. ��28oi  Avail. July 1.2 bdrm trailer. Handyman lix-up special. Pender Harboui 886-3690. Keen  Upper Gibsons. 1 bdrm suits.  $540/mth. Heat $ hydro ind. 885  3107. ��28cn  1 bdrm apts. Lower Gibsons. New  kitchen $ cethrm. Quiet 1 secure.  Walk to all amenities Fully carpeted, laundry. $580 8 $620. 886-  3420. (2601  .Bachelor  Suites  BYMOhtTHORWEEK  2 bdrm apt. lower Gibsons. New  building, lully carpeted. Mini-  blinds, laundiy. Opposite Gibsons  Marina. Easy walk lo shops $  beach. $740.9653420.    ��28cn  BEST ON THE COAST  1 bdrm view apt. opposite Gibsons  Maiina. New building, wall to wall  carpet, laundiy, dose to all amenities. $680.886-3420.      eeoi  Selma Parti 2 bdim house, plus 1  down laige rec room down, wood  stove in liv rm, 4 appl's, large sundeck, lenced, refs. req'd. Avail.  Aug 1 or sooner. $800 p.mo. 735  9432. Wfjcn  One person to share 3 bdrm house  with view lower Gibsons. NS, no  pets, W/D avail. $350/mo. plus util.  ���2801  Quiet, convenient lower Gibsons,  near beach. Spacious 3 bdrm.  rancher on Ig. garden yard area.  Full bath, F/P, sundeck, 5 appl.,  NS/NP, Rels req. Avail. Sept. 1,  $800/mo. * utils. 8852286 weekends, 1-675-6817 weekdays att  6pm. ��28w  Small houseesjtlfcff, 4 appis.,  workshop, Sandy Hook, Avail. Jiiy  15, $550/mo. 1-921-6620 eves.  ���28w  Fully furnished studio suite with  kitchenette, TV, linen service and  guest laundromat Localed across  from Glbaons Yacht Club 8 Marina. 686-3343. TFN  Watertront cottage Gambier Isl.,  $500/week. 2654321.      ��28w  2 bdrm. mobile home at Irwin  MOW, 826 Hwy. 101, $475. 886-  3331. ��28w  Shared accommodation single  mom seeks resporsible roommate  1530 yrs., $300 ��� 1/2 hydro. JiJy  15.8859079. ��28w  Wanted to share, N/S couple new  2 bdrm. house, Gibsons, avail.  July 15/Aug. 1, $495. Diane Baron  6858107. ��28w  3 bdrm. tewnnome 1620 sq. ft., 5  appliances, covered balcony, carport, near schools, $60O/mo. Aval.  July 1.8854680. TFN  2 bedim home, acreage, Middle-  pom. $650/mth. Avail. Aug 1/93.  1 bdrm. part, furnished, view apart.  Jolly Roger, $550/mo.  UCtC ***- -*- -** flaallal aia^a ,  nna ascnM rrapwiy  Mtntgimnt M5 M83  TFN  Partially fum. 2 bdrm house. Appl's  ind. Harbour view, lower Gibsons.  July 15. $550/montti. 886-2184.  ���2701  Upper Gibsons, large brighl 2  bdrm apartment Util. Avail. July 1.  8653277or1-2555470.  ��7cn  2 bdrm, lower lloor ol house in  Gibsons. Ireshly painted, l/place,  washer/dryer. Great view.  $ca50Vmo. JUy 1.2559924 or 534  Sargeant Rd. KJa\  Large new 2 BR, 2 bath, pttlo  home plus attached garage. Privale KaU-a-trtanted ares All appl's.  Avail. July 1. Call Mary at 886-  6107,866-3029. TFN  2 f*cl*m 14'x W iwt*e. l-teed liv  m,ge8eyldlchen.F.S.W.D.Two  porches, Isrge elec. workshop.  $660 p.m. #4-1416 North Rd. No  (tea. Contact offica tx8B5958t.  I27cn  Pender Harbour view apartment,  partly lumished, $600/mo. plus  elec. Rets., no pets. 883-1122  Rob. 127*  New bachelor suite. Gibsons,  beach access nearby, own carport  entrance, lumiahed/unlumished,  negotiable. $450/mo. 8858322 att.  6pm. i27w  2 bdrm. duplex Davis Bay, 4 appl.,  $625mx>. N/P. 8858250.   ��27w  Outside salesperson calling on  businesses. Can be very rewarding  $$8853254 ��29w  Required at WH group home: relief  staff who have relative training,  experience, valid driver's licence  and flexibility ol hours. For more  into, please call 8853217. ��29w  Insulator required. Expenence an  asset. Own vehicle required. 686-  8741. TFN  RENTAL  MANAGEMENT  <_��tf)fk  REALTY LTD.  Don Sutherland  8864107  5bdrm home, Langdale  Ret. $1300 mon.  Upper lloor, house near Dougal  Park. Bright 2 bdrm., fireplace,  fresh pami and carpets, spacious  yard and deck, creek, $650. Avail.  July 1.8858526. ��27w  1 bdrm. accommodation, $325,  available immediately. 8850225.  ���27*  Roomy upper duplex, 3 bdrm.  avail. July 1. $800/mo incl. S/C  oven, tndge W/D. Must have refs.  Rbts. Ck. 8857975tv. mess.  ���27*  WATERFRONT! Luxury 2 bdrm.  with large balcony, 5 new appl.,  central Gibsons, $750. toll tree 1-  9798421. 127*  Looking to rent a house or willing  lo exchange my apartment house  located in Montreal for a house or  apartment located on the Sunshine  Coast between August 1-21, Ask  lor Martin 8657483 TFN  RN's  If you've got room  for extra income, we've  gol roortl for you!  Hn! (asksi sywtiK \j\m_* J  pre-msuraixt'      uniierwnlinK  Sa-aVSSa3   IPqiaTa*.   ��*,i,alaaVa,ltti  Nsiitt We are ii/aslansV ijn ���**'  (St*/ and Kqjte partlime  puaV-aarak Ii aa,i tu kwn in  |a\a.T.fcy*SMa*.IUatieni**v  Venipuna tunr aitt/u. f CG  tsapeiawxe ii nerauiy   fiat  inatialaifaMn  CentMCUeMunay  IIJOSJSVVeetlOAva.  V��wwwr,B.CV5ZIK9  Td (604)872-3610  Tel Free 1-80��<J&5-S-S*1S  RAPI[>MED PIUS INC  LOWER QIBSONS  Office, heat/light incl. $175.886-  2588. KDcn  600 sq It workshop, office space  for rent. Gibsons. 8B56204J28cn  Gibsons Landing  4"  oJSa  721 Winn Rind  1,000 sq.ft. of office  space; offices can be  rented individually. For  more into or to view,  Call Lenka  at 872-0284  9:004:30 Mon. to Fri.  or 941-3036 Eva*.  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall available wheeichaif-lacillties. 6852752  WsW-9663. ***' ��32w  30X50 WORKSHOP  Close to Gibsons. 2 bay workshop  that may be rented in half or full.  Use for storage, small business,  or78854��90. . TFN  For Rent - Seamount Industrial  Park, light industrial, seivice commercial, up to 2,000 sq tl, 10' ceiling, heavy wiring. Also 750 sq It  bay 12' door, mall exposure.  Phone 866-2663 days, 886-9075  eves. TFN  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall available. Wheelchair facilities. 885-  27521X885-9663. TFN  Industrial svorkshop avail, immed.,  Gibsons, 750sq.ft. unit.$475/mo.  921-6751. TFN  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 866-  7816. TFN  30x40 It. shop with one hoist,  $7tXVmo. 6652031 days.    TFN  1050 sq. ft. newer bUUng, ground  level, good location, Sechelt.  $795/mo. gross! 8852099 eves.  127*  P/T motel desk clerk, experienced  only. Phone 8653321.      i29w  Preschool assistant, 3 morns /  week. Rainbow Preschool, phone  Debby 6853282. ��29*  L'ECOLE PASSE-PARTOUT  Two positions available Sept/93:  English Language Arts Tutor, 5  hours/week. Teacher aide wilh fluent oral and written French, 27.5  hours/week. For detailed inlormation phone 8855855 (message) or  8852692 (Card Hartley). Application closing dale 10 July.  Poste d'aide-professeur - le ou la  candidate(e) doit maitriser la  langue trancaise a I'oral et a I'ecrit.  Informations: 8855655 (message)  ou 665-2692 (demander Carol  Hartley). Date limite 10 juillet.*27w  Floor layer/finisher wanted lor  hardwood floors. Experienced 1  reasonable. 886-3113 lv. mess.  12901  MOVIE EXTRAS  Still needed. All types 1 ages. Call  Extra Personalities. 684-9672.  ���2801  Produce position 3540hrs/wk. min  5 yrs experience. Some floral exp.  an asset. Wages negot. depending  on experience. Send resume to:  Produce, Box 154 Granthams Ldg.  VON 1X0. TFN  For protessionai resumes in Lower  Gibsons call CONFIDENTIAL 685  4740 Word Pis*a-essing/DTP.I28w  The Rockwood Centre StoryTelling  Festival is a three day weekend  event featuring storytellers, workshops and petfoimances, held in  October. Three poartioris are available tor s 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 to The Selection Committee, c/o The Rockwood Centre,  Box 767, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0.  TFN  Cut grass, kilchen help 8 dish  washer, Camp Elphinstone. 866-  2025. ��28w  Assemble light products at home.  Excel, income, easy work. CaH for  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 6252380  ext.A74. TFN  2 females wanted for part-time  work. 1 typewriter avail. Call Chris  866-2260. ��27cn  1 bdrm In  rustic 3 bdrni, Roberts  Crk. home  Pref. (em/deaiVneat.  $300 + 1/2 utHs. Kevin. 8650352  N.meei  *27cn  W/8ECHELT UPPER LEVEL ���  S*-tx>nlrtnediulte,2bdi���.,3  ���tjpla.. JUy 1-1B. Sut*-* tor oou-  .*��.nii*ci*pta.NP,N/s,  rrtfe. r^j.. S678 plu* utile. 8B6-  2986. *27*  (VC*T*eratM.atta7t  Rfctrict ol ibtditit  'o-.msmmkm.tmmv: JM Taewa-awni  EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY  GENERAL SECRETARY  Available immediately, this position will be assigned to  the Planning Department end responsible to the  Municipal Planner. Duties include providing secretarial  and public reception/liaison duties to the Planner and  Assistant Planner; preparation of agendas; taking and  transcribing Minutes; prepsrlng draft correspondence  end reports; makes arrsngements lor the public  advertisements of official Municipal notices.  Applicant should have s minimum typing speed of  60 wpm, kriovnedge snd experience In word processing  (WordPerfect 5.1) computer data entry, shorthand, or  other recognized Minute-taking skills, previous Municipal  government/Planning Depsrtrnent experience desirable.  PeyRete:  $14.94 per hour.  This position Is within the B.C. Government Employees'  Union.  This position Is open to both male and female applicants.  Anpllcadons should be submitted by 4:00 p.m., Monday,  July 19*, 1993 to the undersigned:  Mr. A. Lew,  Administrator  District of Sechelt  P.O. Box 129,5545 Inlet Avenue  Sechelt, B.C.  VON SAO  Fax No. 885-7591  Immediate full-time employment  avail, for energetic, salt-motivated  short order cook. May apply at  Grammas Pub between 3to 5 pm,  Mon.-Thurs, TFN  Salesperson to call on businesses  introducing Printing Products. 885  325410-6. ��27w  EASY ASSEMBLY any hours,  $339.84 week, lamily ol 3 earns  $4417.92 monthly. 24 hour hotline. 801-379-2965. Copyright  ���BC010452. ��28cn  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  Animal lovers, the SPCA needs  you lo assist them in their new  home with the care 8 walking ol  their animals.  Host families are needed lor  exchange students trom Japan  starting July 26th for three weeks.  Students have a full schedule ol  dass time and activities. Wonderful  opportunity to leam aboul Japan.  Teen Centre in Gibsons would like  to be open seven days a week but  needs volunteers to chaperone lor  two or three hours si a time.  Secretary needed tor the Crime-  stoppers. Meet every second Wed.  of the month.  For these snd more opportunities contact The Volunteer and  Intomiation Centra at 8855881.  A service lunded by the Ministry ol  Social Services  i Business &  Home Service  Outbuildings / additions / renovation / repair rot and insect damage.  685-5070. ��32w  Carpet and lino installation and  repairs. 8850191. ��29w  I'M YOUR HANOIMAN  Porches, Additions, Remodelling,  Soiahums, No job too small. Bill al  866-0360 or 24 hr. pager 1-977 ���  6502. TFN  VILLAGE GARDENER  Weeding, lawn mowing, house sitting or any odd jobs. 8858529.  ���28w  DOWN TO EARTH CLEANING  SERVICE  Friendly products, flexible hours.  Call eves. 8852084.       ��26cn  R.\, \K( Wl)  885-0230  Smalll engine repairs lo chain-  saws, lawnmowers, garden equipment. Call Steve 8858783. ��7cn   ���i���  Lawns/Outdoor cleanup. Man/men  available casual or regular basis,  reliable. 886-3622. ��27w  Will's Window Washing and Yatd  Maintenance. 8857733.    ��27w  Renovations ��� Sundecks  Carporli'taiementi  ���I mere  Guaranteed prices  A workmanship  JOI ���������-��SS7  Free Estimates  Firm Prices  886-9576  Serving the Coast  for 14 years.  WORD  PROCESSING  |�� Laser Printer*  Sunshine Office  Services  Phone/Fax  885-6390  KEaUTS  .Stptklenk-m-ha-  .tauMeMlafcr  aaulakwa-matsor  ��� Best rules, on the  SmaMneaml  ph. 886-2343  al MO 5261 cnytime  Light hauling. Yard 8 basement  clean-ups. Seniors dscount. Norm.  866-9503 BfJcn  One ton truck for hire. Wi do pressure washing. Reasonable rates.  8852108 130*  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rototilling, odd lobs.  8853917. TFNs  Complete Bobcat Seivices  Excavating ��� Backfilling  Ret*aining Walls - Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  Have mowars, will travel. Brush-  cutting, weedeiting, etc. 885  0737.  ���28*  KELLY'S SERVICES  Seplic lank pumping, portable toilet  rentals. Cell anytime. 8884342 or  cell 220-5281. Mtw  SPOTLESSPAINl.fi  & WALLPAPERING  ��� Spajclelty Finishes  ��� Praueur* Washing  FREE ESTIMATES  885-7838  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS  Wallpaper, paint, carpentiy, drafting, free estimates. Relerences  available. 6853463.        TFNs  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 663-  2978. TFN  tOOSTOlUMBW  PMTMlf BAND SAW  m SERVICE Will  COMETOYOURNOnRTY  TO CUT YOU* 100$.  Sundeck Specialist lor your cuslom  deck $ a no obligation in-home  estimate. Call The Woodsman' at  921-7097. ��28cn  B. Varcoe journeyman carpenter.  Footings, foundations, sundecks.  Eves. 8857977. Refs. available.  ���2901  m  PAINTING  Interior. Exterior,  Residenlial &  Commercial Small  __ jobs a specialty,  "quality workmanship  and materials - eslimales tree  Mck_  Cheryl 8 Al's l Kids, Home (  Yard Can house cleaning, lawn  cutting, trimming, rototilling or?  Babysitting, lor info. 885-0531.  ���28*  CUSTOM DESIGN SERVICES  Custom home designs and drawings. Prolessional engineers  reports, commercial designs. Project MaVisgement. 886-4743.��7cn  TIRED OF YOUR COUNTERS?  Let us repair, refimsh. or recotour.  8858057. <28w  Licensed electrician 6 licensed  plumber tor new homes, renovations 8 repairs. By contract or  hourly. 885-4202. ��29cn  JOHN'S BRICK I STONE  20 years exper. Good work. Good  prices. 8858840. Kftoi  Concrete - Specializing in driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, foundations, exposed  aggregate. 886-8095.       TFNs  LAWN AND GARDEN  Specializing in gardening and  lawn maintenance  ��� Pruning ��� Trimming - Fertilizing -  Garden Clean-up  OxnrmiTMl 8 Residential  8650180 lv. mess.  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  SISTERS BOOKKEEPING  Build a successful company while  we manage your paperwork. Pro-  lessionaksm 8 confidentiality guaranteed, c/o Sunshins Kayaking.  8659780. ��31w  C G Cleaning Services wirxJows  and construction cleanup. 885  7571. ��27w  tXIAURED TRADESMAN  20 YEARS EXPERIENCE  Building sundecks, patios, retaining walls, steps, fences, sheds, el  renovations, or.Jree estimates  and frit prices.  Also available to do home evaluations -before or after purchase.  Call llir at 8852774. ��28w  PEERLESSTREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping ��� Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Worts. Free ssttaatss. 8852108.  TFN  TFNs  EXPENENCED CARPENTER  15 years experience, firm rates,  tree estimates, no job too small or  too large. Bruce 8859576.   TFN  IN-HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Caipets ��� Upholstery  i-owifuimja-K-  MaWEDBaWWNT  KSTFOSSBlflTESUirS  JUST ASK AflOUfC  886-3823  Man/men with pickup lor dump  runs, moving, etc. Rob 8853822.  ���27w  Need your house cleaned? Reliable woman available, good rets.  866-3314. ��28w  Hard woiking college student will  do odd jobs, wash windows, etc.  1*0.8856685. ��27w  Spaces available for 55 yr olds al  Teddy Bear Daycare. 8852721.  ���29cn  MOLLY MOUSE DAYCARE  Spaces avail. 18 mce - school age.  Fun-filled caring environment, with  trained stall. 8653913.     ��37w  Nanny/housekeeper tor one  month, Redroolls area. Car essential. Call Millie. 883-2400.  ��28cn  Responsible, expeiienced live-out  nanny, will provide loving fun stimulating child care and light housekeeping tor July $ August. Lisa  686-7666. ��27w  Summer child care available in  bright, spacious home, flexible  hours. 6657375. ��27w  HONDA POWER PRODUCTS  A HUSQVARNA  FORESTS GARDEN  PRODUCTS  Forest 8 Gaiden  Dealerships  available for Sechelt  Cell Oorhn at  Tideline Marine  885-4141  SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY  SCHOOL TEACHER HOMEMAK-  ERS find out why you're the MOST  sucessful. For more Information  phone 885-0345. ��26w  Working partner reoured lor established retail store on Cosst.  Enclose phone number. P.O. Box  2051, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0.��29w  Small affordable franchise. House  sitting and pet care service, pre-  established clientele, flexible  hours. Call Sharon 865-2228.  ���29W  Established vending machine business with growth potential. 865  2565.  MINI  STORAGE  885-0333  MINI STORAGE  LACKERS  SECHELT GIBSONS  U LOCK INC.  Gibsons: 886-8460.  Sechelt: 885-6422  "Pa%_at���tt^m~tU.  0* Sat Utttmaftmimr  ro SS  INVITATION TO TENDER  DESCRIPTION       REFERENCE   SITE VISIT DATE     CIOS.NO DATE  Jenloriil Service     JI0H-MSA/S3        4 July M IIMyN  ItMa  MtaJeinlPlik.BC  JwatoMSeniee    Jioe-COMTO        T Jajlyes 1) July M  AlCleetaeeisM MiMaar, IIiOOmi  (el Ilw lieed t>l ."elmon InM)  Tender may be obtained at the Site Visit (Malaspina Substation) or  Irom the Sechelt District Ollice, 4350 Rainbow Road (on the comer ot  Field Road and Rainbow Road), Sechelt, B.C. Sealed tenders clearly  marked wilh reference ivil be received al lhe t^eaaaye Substation by  mall (Box 3000, Garibaldi Highlands, B.C. VON 1T0) or by FAX (896-  9642) until 11:00 am on Itie alxive ctosing date. Please note sile visit  time and date. Please direct any queries to Beth Haynes, Cheekye  Substation, Squamish, B.C. Phone 6959652.  REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS  MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT,  LANDS ANO PARKS  The Ministry ol Environment, Lands and Parks invites  separale proposals lor the maintenance ol Visitor  Services within each ol the following Provincial Parks:  The Parks are:  1.      Alice Lake Provincial Park Localed 13 km nonh of  Squamish, B.C. Mandatory bidders meeting July  23,1993 al Alice Lake Park Ollice, Brackendale,  B.C. at 12:30 p.m.  2       Birkenhead Lake Provincial Park: Localed 55 km  north ol Pemberton, B.C. Mandatory bidders  meeiing July 30,1993 al Birkenhead Lake Park  Service yard at 2:00 p.m.  3. Porpoise Bay Provincial Park: t ncalfld 5 km north ot  Sechelt, B.C. Mandatory bidders meeting July 22,  1993 at Ihe Porpoise Bay Park Olfice at 10:00 a.m.  4. Saltern Bav Provincial Park: Located 27 km south  of Powell River, B.C. Mandatory bidders meeting  August 12,1993 at the Saltery Bay Park service  yard (Mermaid Cove campground) at 9:00 a.m.  Mandatory bidders' meeting will be held lor each park on  Ihe above-mentioned dates, Anyone attending a bidders'  meeting must be registered, and in possession ol Ihe  proposal documents prior lo commencement ol the  bidders' meeting.  NOTE: Proposal packages are only available Irom June  30,1993 unlil 2 days prior to the bidders meeiing.  Documents will be available at the lollowing locations:  Garibaldi or  /Sunshine Coast Oislrict  Alice Lake Provincial Park  P.O. Box 220  Brackendale, B.C.  VON 1H0  Telephone: 898-3678  Governmenl Agent  6953 Alberni Street  Powell River, B.C.  VSA 2B8  Telephone: 485-2815  Government Agent  102-5710 Toredo Street  Sechell, B.C.  VON 3A0  Telephone: 885-5187  ' To register your interest and receive a copy of the  request lor proposal document, provide cash, money  order or bank draft lor $53.50 (GST Included) payable to  Ihe Minister of Finance and Corporate Relations.  Inlormation about this opportunity may be obtained Irom  BC Parks District Ollice in Squamish. The tender may  also be viewed at Ihe above-mentioned offices free ol  charge.  RECYCLE  CARPENTER  40 years e-*ierience, all jobs considered, firm prices. Joe 886-9257.  ��38w  Experienced carpenter - lorms,  Iraming, finishing. Free estimates.  Call Drew 865-4557.        *29w  Renovating?  Adding on?  Need repairs, a *ajrxJeck?  Certified carpenter  Brad Stewart 8658852  ixonx accounting-8751116  Professional I conlidenlial book  keeping services. ��27cn  SKIERS COWTRUCT10N  1751116  For ak your carpentry needs. Quality wok guaranteed.       ��27oi  Experienced reliable watchman  available rights 8 weetands. 885  5937 mess, lor John, site 56.��28w  ftxjMieeping, manual or caiiputer-  lied. Ea-parienced, *accuiate, confidential. Relerences 8650334.  ��28w   Word processing, audiotape Iran-  senption, mailing lists. 885-9419.  ���28w  Eapenanced nune-ald offers home  *aU***Olt Cats, COtaPeilkXlaataap. Rlf  er-xiim Susan 886-1282. ��28w  CuMotfi framing, decks I fences.  CaH Tony 8850120. Rets, available. 12801  mi*.  Brighten  Someone's Day...  (or rain on their parade)  with  SISHIIORSHOm  Classified Ads  For $7.50,  you can  rSS^J   add the  Sunshine or Showers  symbol to your classified ad.  Express yourself!  ���386-2262 or 885-3930  mmm  --���������������  ___'__  -^-MM-M-HM  mm  1 Coast News, July 5, 1993  17  Guy Bullen  presents  Andrew Hogg  with a Norco  mountain  bike, donated  by Mountain  High Cycles.  Hogg won the  blkeasflrst  prize In the  Gibsons  Elementary  Mountain  Bike Raffle.  The hinds  raised tram  the raffle will  go towards  equipment  and trail  improvement.  Joel Johnstone  photo  ��  TOWN  OF GIBSONS  R.R.AsP, FUNDS AVAILABLE  R.R.A.P. monies are available (or home repairs lor low income  residents in the Town ot Qlbsons.  Residents who have received R.R.A.P. grants within the past 15  years are not eligible.  Applications are now being accepted.  Please contact the undersigned for more information.  Valdine Michaud  Town of Gibson  P.O. Box 340  Gibsons, BC  VON 1VO  Tel: 886-2274  YOU'LL MAKE  MONa-YWITH  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  886-2622  or 885-3930  health clinics  Notice Board Jg  Ongoing events mint be updated monthly  We reserve lhe right lo edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer tn non-prom events  of genuine communily interest  Ilems will be listed three weeks prior lo the event.  -7<-"***"  The following clinics are available during the  month of July:  Child Health Clinics: will be held in Gibsons  on July 6, 13, 20 and 27. Sechelt Child Health  Clinics will be held on July 7, 14, 21 and 28 with  an extra CHC July 13. Pender Harbour Clinics are  scheduled for July 8,22 and 29.  Tuberculin Skin Testing and Travellers'  Clink will be held on Mondays, July 5,12,19 and  26 and Travellers Clinic only on Thursdays, July 8,  I*,, 22 and 29 in lhe Gibsons Health Unit. In Ihe  Sechelt Health Centie clinics are on Monday, July  .5, 12, 19 and 26; Wednesdays, July 7, 14, 21 and  28.  S.T.D. (.Sexually Transmitted Disease) Clinic  (HIV information, counselling and testing): Phone  for appointment in Gibsons 886-5600, Sechelt  885-5164.  Prenatal Classes: Next Early Class is on  August 3 from 7 to 9 pm at the Sechelt Health  Centre. Next Late Class Series commences July  13, 20 and 27 from 7 to 9 pm at the Gibsons  Health Centre and August 17, 24 and 31 at the  Sechelt Health Centre. To register phone 886-  5600. It is important to register for above classes  early as they fill up quickly.  Single and pregnant? Phone the Health Unit,  886-5600,  Hospital Tourt Phone St, Mary's Hospital..  Switchboard to arrange for tour. (885-2224)       ' A  The Parent and Baby Drop-in gives parents an  opportunity to meet other parents and discuss common concerns. The group gathers every Tuesday  from 1:15 to 3:30 pm at 494 South Fletcher, Gibsons and in Sechelt at 5571 Inlet on Wednesdays  from 1-3:30 pm.  School Entry Booster Clinics: A booster dose  of diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis is important for  children entering school. Gibsons clinics, 886-  5600; Sechelt clinics, 885-5164.  MONDAY, JULY 12  Sunshine Coaal Home Baaed  Buainaaa Association - Regular  monthly meeting, 7-9. Member  Presentation this month by Karen  Harman ol Kiddie Cat Day Care lollowed  by an open discussion on 'Collecting  Outstanding Accounts". Admission: Paid  Members: Free and Non Members: $2.00  drop In fee Coffee and Tea available ($1  donalions accepted to help pay for costs.  For more information contact Richard  Currie at 885-6215.  TUESDAY, JULY 13  Nursing Centre Protect information  meeiing, for all health care providers and  health-related community seivices, 7:30  pm, St. Mary's Hospital boardroom.  WEDNESDAY, JULY 14  Summer Reading Program begins, 1:30  pm, Sechell Public Library. Ages 6-12  welcome. Info: 885-3260.  MISCELLANEOUS  West Side Story - wilh conductor Lyn  Vernon, director Kerry Mahlman, and  choreographer Karen Boothroyd will be  presented by the Sunshine Coast Music  Society. Tickets are available at Sayward  Books. Gibsons; Talewind Books.  Sechelt; and Reflections Hair Studio in  Pender Harbour. Tickets by mail can be  arranged al B85-7712. Performances are  at 7:30 July 6,7,8.9 and 10 and at 2 pm  July 11 at Raven's Cry Theatre.  The Qo Teen Centre is located at  Brothers Park, next to the baseball fields.  We are open Thurs. 4-8, Fri. 4-9,  Sat. noon-10 pm and Sun. 1-5. For more  kilo call 886-0496 during these hours.  Rockwood Events - July 26: 30 Hand  Building and Primitive Firing Techniques  Workshop with Laura Wee lay and Lisa  Blackvwl $160 plus loots S clay. July 5-9:  Children's Theatre Workshop with Maggi  Kalve-Quzil, $60 Including snacks. July  12-23: Summer Music Camp with Karen  Tigert $25. Call for details 885-2522.  Coast-Oertbaldl Health Unit: Effective  Italy, the health unit's new phone  number is 886-5600. ��  Elphinslone Pioneer Museum, 716  Winn Rd., across Irom Post Ollice,  Gibsons. Dispiays are constantly  changing. Wheelchair accessible.For  hours of opening or to book a tour: 886-  8232.  Pender Harbour Aquatic t Fitness  Centra. The centre Is closed '111 Sept. 11.  Parent-Tot Drop-In a Summer  Advenluree 'M: tho Parent-Tot Drop-In  in Sechett - Wilson Creek tt dosed and  will reopen the first week ol October.  Into: Karen Scott, 886-8648 or  Community Services, 885-5681. Summer  Adventures will again be offered in the  Qlbsons area - a program ol 8 outdoor  adventures in July 4 August for parents 8  children 1-5 yrs. old. Choice ol Tuesday  or Thursday. Cost: $30 to be paid at registration. Limited to 20 families per day.  Register at Qlbsons in June or call Karen  Scott. 886-8648.  4th Annual Save the Strait Marathon,  Aug. 20-22, expects to attract hundreds of  participants to cross Georgia Strait under  human power. For an inlormation package, to register as a participant, an escort  boat, sponsor or to VOLUNTEER, call  Maralhon Coordinator Eleanor Taylor  (604) 741-0094, FAX 763-2587 or write  Save Georgia Strait Alliance, ��201, 195  Commercial St.. Nanaimo, B.C. V9R 5G5.  Stilatiu Bludenl Clinic: Japanese  Acupressure is an energetic system of  healing etrees, pain reset 8 paevenfion of  disease. Into: Mane, 883-2142. 30  MONOAY*  Adult Children of Alcohollce/Dye-  lundlonasl Families meets 7:30-9 pm,  St. Mary's Church Hall, Gtbawns        26  AA Women'! Qroup. 8:15 pm, Action  Centre, Dolphin St. (across liom Post  Olfice). 885-5880. 30  TUESDAYS  "Living With Cancer" Support Group  meets every other Tuesday, Kirkland  Centre, Davie Bay, 1 pm. Inn 885-5861  01886-8389.  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Source: Declma Research local Market Survey  336-2622  The Coast News  Our 48th year of Serving the Sunshine Coast  -W 18  Coast News, July 5, 1993  <��i,  W* *S����II Newsprint  J.    r Roll Ends  .���'!'", ' Various rnlamrn tor $5, $10 and S15 rnach  ,    0    \ - In Se3Ghs.lt at 5321 Cowrie, St.  leisure  Have a Good Summer  & keep the Support Coming  Thank You  gtW*  HELP THE  Thrifty's  GIBSONS  Uonatlone    881-2488 or Boi 696  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl i Aluminum Windows 'Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  #7 - 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 885-4572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  These and other selections of Diana Durrand's Ensemble Le Pied Ctuwdien, will be exhibited at Cafe Pierrot July 6.        photos submitted  Booting art funds into library coffers  Member of  ALLIED...  The Careful Movers  STORA  ��� 10,000 sq. ft. of heated, gov't approved storage.  ��� Dust-free storage in closed wooden pallets.  LEU WRAY'S TRANSFER LTP.  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Last year Geoff Meggs  coproduced a photographic history of the westcoast fishing  industry called Corklines and  Canning Lines (Douglas and  Mclntyre, 1992). It tells the  GeoffMeggs  story of the salmon, halibut and  herring industries on the west  coasl from their earliest days in  the 1870s to the boom years of  the 1950s.  Tickets are available at the  Festival Box Office. Phone 885-  9631 or Fax 885-3967.  V/H/*T'S  DRIVING  While the reasons we give for speeding  may vary, the results are remarkably  consistent: wrecked vehicles, personal  injury and death. In British Columbia,  we simply can't afford the cost any  longer. That's why your local police will  be stepping up enforcement with regard  to speed. And why we're asking you to  consider: What's driving you to speed?  If s in your hands  3 Government ol  British Columbi.


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