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 ! LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. VJV 1X4  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  July 6,1992 Volume 46 Issue 27  Doctors, MLA  debate health bill  as clinics close  by Nancy Moote  Leaving their clinics and  offices closed in protest Thursday morning, the Sunshine  Coast's 27 doctors met with  MLA and Liberal leader Gordon  Wilson al the Raven's Cry Theatre Thursday lo decry Bill 71,  which caps the medical services  budget al$ 1.27 billion.  Gibsons' doctor Bill Lancashire, who orga-      nized the meeting lo  inform doctors about  the new legislation,  said the government  is forcing doctors to  The doctors  seemed  anxious to  do the dirty work of find a solution  cutting back  scr- to the  vices. "If ihey want a rr  to ration health care,        Standoff  they have lo lake the   ���������������������������  heat," he said. "Don't make us  do il."  Wilson, who flew to Sechelt  to address the doctors briefly  before returning to the legislative fray in Victoria, accused Ihe  NDP of trying lo dismantle ihe  health system and called for the  resignation of Health Minister  Elizabeth Cull.  He raised the spectre of government spies snooping through  doctors' charts, "checking up  your files, doing surveillance  work ... not only looking at  your billing, but looking at prescriptions to see if you're prescribing properly."  Pender Harbour doctor Terry  Amiel said his patients won't  tolerate government inspection  of their charts. "What I intend to  do is, the files lhat exist as of  today, won't exist tomorrow. . .  .You'll have to start coding [the  charts] so people can't understand what you've written."  Lancashire said the proposed  inspection bureaucracy is  unnecessary, since a "patterns of  practice" committee already  exists inspect billing abuses.  The doctors seemed anxious  to find a solution to the standoff.  "The last thing we want to do is  to be here," said Dr. Jim Pet-  zold, voicing a sentiment  echoed by most of the speakers.  "Doctors are committed to      keeping costs down,"  said Gibsons doctor  Kirstie Overhill.  "We'd rather be in  arbitration than on  strike."  The    doctors  rather  plaintively  asked Wilson for  suggestions. If the  -������"   government wants  doctors to reduce costs, asked  Amiel, "How, in any other way  except reducing services, can  we do that?" Rob Lehman of  Gibsons asked how doctors  could promote iheir cause without having to close their clinics.  Wilson advised them to  "keep it before the public that  this is not just a matter of doctors' wages.  "Let the public understand  that what this is really all about  is dismantling of the health system . . . giving government  much greater power over the  health cart; system,"  Wilson called Bill 71 the first  step to direct billing and to  health care rationing. "What the  minister really is doing is pushing a new philosophical party  line," he said.  Wilson said Ihe government  is setting a precedent by passing  legislation to arbitrarily cancel a  negotiated agreement.  turn to page 2  Fireworks over Trail Bay marked Sechelt's celebration or Canada's 125th birthday, July 1. The  display was shorter than expected but enjoyable nonthelcss. Pictorial page 6.  Joel Johnstone phiiln  IT* time again  for Coast  residents to  nominate  Golden GM  candidates.  page 19.  Trial overload swamps Sechelt court  by Nancy Moote  The simple business of selling a trial dale  causes a flurry of appointment books in  Sechelt provincial court, as the judge, crown  counsel and defence try to find open lime.  The court is booked solid until 1993, and  a six-month waiting period for trials has  become usual.  "Our court is plugged up," says Crown  counsel Anthony Rowley. "It's an impossible situation."  The scheduling becomes particularly  complicated if the accused person is being  held in custody. People can'l be left in jail  for months awaiting trial, Rowley said, so  other trials are postponed even further to  make room.  "When someone comes in custody, we try  to get the judge to give us another day," said  Rowley, but often no judges are available for  extra sittings.  On a typical Tuesday morning, the discussions of when lawyers and witnesses will  be available often lakes up more time than  the hearing of evidence.  The court usually sits two days a week,  since Judge Shirley Giroday divides her time  between Sechell and Powell River. She used  to reserve Fridays for such work as writing  judgments, but now she often chooses to be  in court instead in attempt to deal with the  growing backlog.  Until a few years ago, she said, Sechelt  court sat 10 days a month, but "we made the  mistake of getting more or less caught up,"  and the court was cut back to eight days.  Giroday said she's asked the chief judge's  office for more sitting dates, but is not hopeful of the outcome. "It seems almost every  registry in the province is setting cases into  December," she said.  B.C. Chief Judge Dieboll said lie's not  sure whether he'll have enough resources to  grant Ihe extra sittings. "Where wc have  needs, we send people on a firsl priority  basis," he said. "Sechelt is not unique."  Rowley noted that court also sal two days  a week when he started prosecuting in  Sechelt 15 years ago, but Ihere are many  more trials now.  The glowing population is one obvious  cause, but changes in the legal sysiem have  also added to the load, he said.  "The Charter of Rights turns whal used lo  be simple cases into more technical cases,"  he said, and the recent doubling of the legal  aid tariff has made lawyers more willing lo  come to court and argue such cases. "A lol of  lawyers are more eager to take legal aid  cases now lhat they're paid for it," he said.  Forest enterprise plan unveiled,  LRUP member criticizes process  by Charles Hart  The Ministry of Forests  unveiled its 1992/93 development plan for the Small Business Forest Enterprise Program  in Sechelt last week under fire  for being out of touch with  research plans for Elphinstone  and not consulting with the  Land Resource Use Plan  (LRUP) committee for the  area.  Donna Shugar, who represents Concerned Coasl Residents on the LRUP, said the  research division of the Ministry of Forests in Vancouver  has proposed that a large portion of the LRUP study area  become a research project into  alternatives to clear cutting, and  she is convinced the research  will be going ahead.  But the five-year business  plan does not take the project  into account, Shugar said, and  pays little heed to the existence  of the Elphinstone LRUP,  which was re-established earlier this year. "I really have to  question how the whole process  works. Il seems to be ridiculous  to spend all this money and do  all this work for something that  isn't going to happen," Shugar  said, predicting the Elphinstone  plan would never be realised.  "It's a strange bureaucratic  exercise."  The research proposal,  LRUP and five-year business  plan seem to be operating in a  vacuum, added Shugar. "At this  moment the three don't converge; all the prescriptions of  the business plan are clear cut."  She said specific blocks that  were the target of complaints  by Concerned Coast Residents  last year have simply been  dropped from the plan. "This is  their adjustment to community  input - drop for now then bring  it back five years down the  road."  Concerned Coast Residents  presented a written brief to the  MOF last year arguing for  selective logging in the Elphinstone area, "and basically our  position hasn't changed,"  Shugar said.  Kerry Davies, small business forester for the Powell  River District, explained that  new timber sales are added to  the five-year plan each year and  that the business plan was  drawn up in November to meet  budget requirements. "We have  to get some paperwork done,"  he said, "so we can get funds  for cruising and other development work."  turn to page 2  Kerry Davkt  Prawn  fishermen  snagging  fishfarm  debris  by Roxanne (irrgory  Sunshine Coasl prawn fish  ermen who fish Ihe nutrient rich  sites of abandoned sea farms In  Jervis Inlet and Agamemnon  Channel are running into Irou  ble. Anchoring systems sunk In  maintain former farm pens have  never been removed.  Other debris was simply cast  into Ihe waler lo settle on the  sea floor. Several local prawn  fishermen have traps and other  gear losses amounting to thousands of dollars as a result of  entanglements with these  unseen hazards. The problem  has yet to be fully addressed by  government.  Local prawn fisherman Jane  Reid is frustrated. "Nobody  seems to want to do anything  aboul ihis. We've losl gear in  Vancouver Bay, friends have  lost traps at Daniel Point, There  isn't any insurance lo cover  losses of gear like this"  SCRD Area A alternate Cy  O'Leary, who recently became  aware of the problem, ' asked  the SCRD to contact the Ministry of Environment Lands  Branch, which was responsible  for the aquacullure foreshore  leases.  In an interview last week,  Larry Sorken, former MOE  lands officer for the area,  said.'This is the first we have  heard of Ihere being problems  with abandoned sea farm  anchor lines. To our knowledge  most sites were cleaned up."  Ministry of Environment  lands officer Richard Webber  said "It is not Ihe Ministry's  policy to require the removal of  anchors or anchor lines from  sea farm s;"s. It's jusl noi cost  effective, e d. aerial i m-  nalssance lights to make sure  nothing is lloaling in llie water.  To my knowledge no one has  been diving those sites to see  whal has been lefl beneath the  waler."  When asked aboul whose  responsibility I is to ensua- the  sites are elc n, Webber explained: "Ultimately Ihe responsibility for cleanup is ours. Purl  of our problem is lhat in nrdi  for a sea farm lo obtain a fore  shore lease they had lo post  bond to ensure the environmei  was relumed to ils naluial stale.  Most of the sea farmers became  members of Ihe BC Salmon  Partners Association, which  covered ils members with a  blanket performance bond. ' >ur  problem is lhat when members  dropped out of the association  Ihey were no longer covered by  Ihe bond and Ihe association did  not inform us. As you know  many of them are now in  receivership."  Liz Kenny, spokesperson for  the BC Salmon Farmer Association, disagrees. "Ev. n when  farmers dropped oul of ihe association their bond coverage was  still good for a year," she said.  "We always notified the ministry when sea farmers ceased to  be members of the associaiion.  Last year, we contracted Hardy  Sea Farms to complete the  cleanup of two or three sites in  Agamemnon Channel as  ordered by the ministry. Executive director Al Archibald was  in charge of that cleanup but he  is no longer with the BC  Salmon Farmers Association."  There are 16 abandoned  coastal sea farm sites north of  Sechelt Inlet. When contacted  about the prawn fishermen's  losses local federal fisheries  personnel staled: "We're only  concerned with what they catch,  not where they catch it. It's not  our business."  mm  aaam Coast News, luly 6, 1992  "��  TOWN OF GIBSONS  Notice off  ROAD CLOSURE  On Monday July 13th, 1992,  GOWER POINT ROAD  from the Intersection at  Dougal Park-South Fletcher to Dogwood  will be  CLOSED from 7:00 am to 6:00 pm  due to Charman Creek Culvert replacement.  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Coasl environmentalists,  meanwhile, say the reduction is  needed lo take other forest values into account and make up  for past mismanagement. "We  all know they've been overcut-  ting," says George Smith of the  Tetrahedron Alliance.  For now, though, everyone is  still waiting for Ihe official word  from Victoria, which acting district manager Russ Hughes says  he is expecting any time after  the legislature closes for the  summer.  Hughes had no comment on  whal the expected figures from  the ministry might be, but says  the AAC announced for the  mid-coast region (north of the  Sunshine Coast timber supply  area) had seen a reduction in  timber volume.  "When you look at the pressures on the forest land  base...you wonder how the cuts  can be sustained," he says.  Hughes says the direction of  the new NDP government will  UPPER DE[K CLEHNER8  A CLEAN  MARINE  SCENE  *  Decks swabbed & waxed   *   Interior cabin-keeping  FOR A FREE ESTIMATE. 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Locally, the annual allowable  cut involves the volume of timber permitted to be cut by companies holding forest licenses,  major timber sale licenses and  small business __���_  licenses in Ihe Sunshine Coast timber  supply area, which  extends from Howe  Sound in the south  to the llomathko  River drainage at """~"���  the head of Bute Inlet in the  north.  Volumes of timber cut by the  three companies with tree farm  licences in the Powell River  block are not included in the  calculation. There are no tree  farm licenses in the Sechelt  block.  Both major limber sale and  small business timber sale  licenses are held by logging  companies on Crown lands,  while forest licenses involve a  combination of public and pri  'You don't cut  more than you  can grow'  ���Brad Benson  vale land. Unlike companies  which have Iree farm licenses,  companies with these smaller  licenses are not responsible for  replanting and silviculture on  the areas they cut, which is  instead a responsibility of the  aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa    Ministry Of ForCSlS.  In the Sechelt  supply       block,  Canadian   Forest  Products, International Forest Products and Terminal  ~~~~~~   Forest Products all  hold forest licenses, while other  licenses are owned by several  smaller local contracters.  In calculating the AAC, the  ministry looks at factors such  such as crop rotation times,  available timber, economic and  social impacts, including habitat  and watershed protection.  License holders then each get a  volume-based percentage of the  cut.  "The theory's good," says  Brad Benson of the Tetrahedron  Alliance. "You don't cut more  Nancy Moote photo  than you can grow in the operable forest."  But a major problem, says  Benson, is that long-run sustained yield is only calculated  for the vast hectares contained  in the cntrc timber supply area.  "There's been no attempt to  establish a long-run sustained  yield in this localized area."  Since it's bolh easier and more  economical for companies to  continue cutting in areas where  roads have already been built,  says Benson, logging gels concentrated in the most convenient  areas rather than spread  throughout Ihe timber supply  area. "So our Coasl has been  completely cut,"  Mike Bell of Inlerfor says the  company is "strongly opposed"  to any reductions in the present  cut until there is an accurate  inventory.  The Forest Service will readily admit there is not an up-to-  date inventory of the limber  resource on the Sunshine  Coast."  Public interest disappointing: MOF  from page 1  Davies said he expected the LRUP process  would be able to build on the development plans,  and that review and approval by the LRUP would  be required before any timber sales are advertised.  He conceded, however, that a lot more time and  money would have to be spent if the LRUP decisions prove to be in conflict with the plan and it  has to be totally redeveloped.  Asked why the development plan had not  already been referred to the LRUP, Davies said he  was unaware whether it had been or not, adding  the LRUP process was being looked after by  another forester, Brian Hawrys. "I don't have a lot  to do with the actual LRUP process."  Davies said the turnout to view the development plans in Sechelt 10 days ago was "disappointing," with only about half a dozen people  looking over the maps at the Field Road office.  The ministry now allows a month for written  submissions on the development plans, then  reviews them in light of public comments and  those of government agencies - federal fisheries,  fish and wildlife and the environment ministry's  water management branch.  Timber sales averaging about 240,000 cubic  metres annually are proposed in the program from  Crown land within Ihe district's timber supply  area. Other than the contentious Mt. Elphinstone,  Sunshine Coast areas in the plan also include  Deserted River, Mt. Calder, McNeill Lake and  Halfmoon Bay.  Sales are usually made to the highest bidder,  who must submit a logging plan before cutting.  The ministry retains responsibility for silviculture  and reforestation.  Wilson charges government  using doctors as funding 'scapegoat'  from page 1  "What Bill 82 did [to teachers) is exactly whal the government is proposing to do to doctors," he said. "The B.C. Federation of Labour is next in line. If  the government gets a taste of  setting H straight  this kind of thing, they'll feast  on it for the next three years."  Wilson told the doctors  finance minister Olen Clark is  directing the government's position. "Revenues are below whal  he expected ... He needs a  In the story under the headline "Council takes another kick at  pavilion use policy" which appeared in the Coast News of June 29, il  staled that Sechelt council was responsible for building the Pavilion  at Rockwood Ixxlgc  Festival of the Written Arts Founder Betty Keller said the Pavilion  was constructed on land leased from the municipality but was built  largely through the time and efforts of volunteers using donated  materials.  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  scapegoat, and I think he's chosen you as (he first."  However, doctors salaries  account for only 18 per cent of  the total cost of health care, he  said. "More always goes into  administration, and less into the  delivery of health care."  Lancashire said doctors face  a 20 per cent to 30 per cent cut  over Ihree years, bul Ihe perception thai doctors have inflated  salaries is false,  "In my last practice, I had to  earn $70,000 a year before I put  bread in my kids' mouths," he  said. "That's what it cosl to run  my practice."  Gibsons doctor Wendy Norman said thai over "10 per cent of  her earnings go io overhead and  staff salaries. "We can't figure  out how we can continue to  keep treating people and pay  staff," she said.  CEDM-HR-HEMLOCK  886-7033  Construction Siloi   Special Events  Outdoor Picnics  Also Scptir  Tank Pninpinn  Bonniebrook  industries  886-7064 news  Coast News, July 6, 1992  SOIL G GRAVEL SUPPLIES  Breaking the cycle of family violence  part 4  by Jane Seyd  For most people who've  read the statistics, the reports,  and who've heard the stories  aboul family violence, the pervasiveness of the problem is  disturbing. But for others,  including women on the Sunshine Coast, the reality of wife  assault is more personal.  Given the changes in recent  years, both the public and ihe  media are likely to react now to  the more dramatic stories of  domestic violence: broken ribs  and threats with guns. But in  some ways, the more chronic  and insidious domestic abuse is  still something we don't want  to get involved in; it's still on  the edge of what we think  should be considered a "private" mailer.  For instance, "Michelle"  (noi her real name), a woman  on ihe Sunshine Coast who's  been through an abusive relationship, doesn't look at first  glance like a "victim": no  recent shiners, no hollow  expression. Bul five years after  leaving the husband who beat  her, Michelle is still dealing  with Ihe emotional fallout from  what went on in her marriage  and her eventual decision to  leave il.  And in many ways, she says,  bolh the legal and social institutions which have been slow to  recognize family violence still  work against women once  they've left an abusive situation. In some ways, "standing  by your man" is still the tacitly  supported behaviour.  In Michelle's case, "I had  been married about four months  and was seven and a half  months pregnant when the  physical abuse started," she  says. "I didn't leave at that  lime," she says. "I didn't know  what my rights were. It didn't  even enter my mind.  "I think at that time I was  very confused, very frightened,  Years after separation, recovery from an abusive relationship has been a slow climb for Michelle.  Jivl Johnsinnc pholo  embarrassed, ashamed. I didn't  know where to turn. I had just  left my employment, I was  pregnant, I was completely  dependent on him. ���������  So I hid it from  everybody."  The violence  stopped shortly  before the birth of  her son, she says,  but then resumed  again soon after,  along with verbally  abusive comments.  Like many women in her situation, Michelle's first steps lo  leave Ihe abuse were taken only  after she became afraid about  what might happen to her child  if she didn't do something.  "Finally when my son was a  year and a half old, (my husband) was violent with me in  front of my son and my son  became hysterical," she says. "I  said 'My son's not going to  'None of my  friends and  family would  come around  our home'  -Michelle  grow up to see this'."  Michelle called her family,  who came to get her. "Then it  became public knowledge what  had been going on  in our home," she  says.  Michelle and  her husband started  counselling, and a  several-year period  of repeated separations and reconciliations started. "I  ~~~~~~ was back and forth  like a yo-yo," she says.  Now that his abusive habils  were known to other people,  Michelle's husband was no  longer physically violent with  her (although the emotional  abuse continued), she says, but  instead became increasingly  violent wilh their son in the  name of "disciplining" him.  "It came to a point when  none of my friends and family  would come around our home  because they couldn't stand  what they saw," she says.  During this time, Michelle  and her husband continued  counselling intermittently, but  "every time things would start  getting better, he'd stop counselling," she says.  At times, she also sought  help from the church her husband was involved in. "They  knew what was going on...and  they were there to support couples," she says, "bul they didn't  believe in divorce or separation  of any kind."  Each time Michelle reconciled with her husband there  were reasons. In the beginning,  she says, "I went back from the  commitment of a marriage and  for the sake of my child." 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CPU local 1119 president Terry Duffy said the  lalks, sponsored by government-appointed mediator Vince Ready, proved futile because neither side  is yel willing lo budge.  "(Ready) asked us if we had change our position," Duffy said, "We said 'no'. Then he asked  Ihe (employers) and ihey said 'no'. Thai's about as  far as we got."  While no lalks have been rescheduled as  yel.Duffy said he expected the provincial government would intervene in the labour dispute in the  near future.  "Not this week," Duffy said, "bul maybe next  week (the government will step in). That's only  my personal opinion, bul I can't see (the government) letting this go on."  CuastnevvT  V -f ���    DOUBLE  YOUR  IMPACT.  When you want maximum coverage of your target customers in the  Sunshine Coast market, you should consider advertising in both  the Coast News on Mondays and  the Coast News Weekender edition on Thursdays.  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Call Kel Hansen today for an appointment  SOUTH COAST l��f  rORD ��� IIMCOLN ��� MERCURY  BO  t  Wharf Rd., Sechelt ��� 885-3281 ��� Van Toll Free 684-2911 ��� 885-7211 (Parts Direct Phone) MDL 5936 Coast News, luly 6, 1992  Stop throwing  it all away  The proposal for a $17,500 recycling study recently  pitched to the regional board by SCRAPS, the Sunshine  Coasl Recycling group, deserves support.  While communities on Vancouver Island, the Lower  Mainland and across the province have been busy setting  up recycling programs in recent years, the Sunshine  Coast has been able to continue throwing away its unsort-  ed waste without a seeming care, pointing to a landfill  with plenty of space left to absorb the ever-growing  mountains of trash. The noble efforts of a private recycling group to provide a local alternative to wholesale  dumping have been stretched to breaking point by lack of  government support, unreliable markets and transportation costs. Rut times are changing.  Markets for recyclables are expanding as more communities get going wilh blue box programs and other  recycling initiatives, and there arc more incentives and  grants coming from the provincial government as part of  ils policy to cul landlllled waste in half by the year 2000.  At the same time, the costs of landfilling have risen  significantly due to tougher environment ministry regulations that were long overdue. The true costs of landfilling  are at present hidden from Coast residents by a system  thai falls short of current waste management standards.  Many communities now have a limit of one garbage  can a week per residence with a user fee charged for any  extra cans, while allowing people to recycle as much as  newspaper, glass and tin as they want. That goal is easy  to achieve by making a few adjustments in purchasing  decisions (reducing) and putting a little care into separating waste. It's past time Ihe Coast took a careful look at  ils waste plan, something the regional district has been  making noises about doing, but has yet to begin. The  information compiled from a Coast-wide recycling study  will ultimately prove invaluable in that process.  Two solitudes  The queen came and De Gaulle is coming.  Her Royal Highness waded into the flag-waving  crowds, a throng of 50,000 assembled in Ottawa to celebrate the birth of confederation in this young nation, and  the enduring symbol of the monarchy seemed for a  moment alive and well in Canada. But such is not the  case.  Down the river in Montreal, tongues are a twitter with  anticipation of the arrival soon of Charles De Gaulle, or  al least a huge obelisk of the man whose ideas spawned a  political party in France and whose pronouncement "Vive  le Quebec libre" from the balcony of Montreal city hall  25 years ago sent panic through Westmount and alarm  through the rest of Ihe country.  De Gaulle's monument will be erected in a Sherbrooke  Street park July 16, a gift from Paris as Montreal celebrates its 350th anniversary - almost three time the age of  the country.  A country, it would appear, slowly weaning itself from  the paling pageantry of the Royal Family. Pollster Angus  Reid sampled Canadians coast to coast last week and  found a sad rump of monarchists still holding to the faith.  Even in pro-royal BC, according to Reid, the number has  dropped to a scant 37 per cent of the populace who cling  to the belief the monarchy still possesses a soothing balm  for our constitutional ills and sense of identity.  Pomp and circumstance?  Preserve Sechelt's  historic waterfront  An open letter to Sechelt  mayor Nancy MacLarty and  members of the council:  Sechelt council and the people of Sechell must shake themselves out of their apathetic state  and find a way to preserve the  few remaining "tangible" sites  in Sechelt of historic value.  Specifically the treed Sechelt  waterfront property in Trail Bay  that is now the proposed site of  the Beachcomber condominiums.  I am a very long-time resident of Sechelt and recall the  days of the Union Steamships.  Sechelt waterfront was the  entrance and hub of Sechelt.  The wharf is now gone. The  Royal Terraces Condominiums  were once the site of the Union  Steamship Store where we  shopped for just about .everything. The Driftwood Inn now  sits on the site of what once was  the Sechelt Inn. Where the  boulevard (* public road) was  one dotted by little cottages,  new homes have been built. The  only remaining vestige of historic value and natural beauty is  the stand of trees planned for  development.  The people of Sechelt can no  longer afford to turn a blind eye  nor succumb to the seductive  overtones by insensitive, moneyed developers/interlopers who  see the beauty of Sechelt only in  the form of dollar signs.  Cannot the people of Sechelt  come together in a community  spirit and contribute to the  preservation of this last historic  waterfront treasure??  SUSANNE MATERI  (WIGARD)  Sechelt  Moorage bylaws  permissive  Recent controversy regarding  the placement of private moorage facilities in Porpoise Bay  has inspired me to write and  publicize some of the facts:  I. Sechelt Bylaw #25 states  on page S3 of the revised January 24, 1992 edition that a Wl  water zone is permitted to have  "private boat moorage facility  for pleasure craft associated  with the residential use located  on the abutting upland."  2: The Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks states on  the back of the lease application  for tenure "a private moorage  facility is a single floating dock,  wharf or pier that is permanently affixed to aquatic Crown land  and is used on a year-round  basis."  3. Seasonal private moorage  facilities which are withdrawn  from the water and stored on the  upland during the winter season  do not require tenure."  For further information,  please contact Mike Sheehan at  885-0960 or Ross Douglas,  Environment, Lands and Parks  at 660-5500.  MIKESHEEHAN  Sechelt  Coast wants in on  Ferry decisions  An open letter to  Premier Harcourt:  It has come to the attention  of the Wesl Howe Sound Electors Association that not one of  the newly appointed members of  the BC Ferry Corporation's  Board is from the Sunshine  Coast (Powell River io Port  Mellon).  While a Ministry of Finance  and Corporate Relations' news  release of April 10 says "The  members reflect BC's geographic diversity as well as unique  ethnic structure" and there  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 68  .Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0  appears to be a uniform elite  level of qualification among the  members, in our view a critical  ingredient is missing.  Therefore, the concerns of  our Electors Association with  respect to a Sunshine Coast  voice "at the lable" becomes relevant, particularly when and if,  the service is seen to include  more than ships at sea, i.e. terminal access, and function, ticket services and ship berthing,  parking sites and loading zones  and the like. This is even more  than a minor concern when a  major terminal development is  to take place within the boundaries of our association.  The Ferry Corporation provides an essential link in the  province's highway system. In  the instance of Route number 3  (Langdale to Horseshoe Bay) it  is a vital link to the residents  and businesses as evidenced by  a ridership approaching 200,000  per month, even during the off  season.  There is little question of the  ability of the Ferry Corporation  to maintain its schedules with a  commendable efficiency nor its  ability to accommodate vehicular traffic, but the quality of the  service equates with passenger  satisfaction, particularly to the  growing numbers of walk-on  passengers.  Trusting for your understanding of the need, as seen by us,  for a person from this community, who would be familiar wit h  the needs and accountable to the  people of this area.  FRANK N ANSON, President  West Howe Sound Electors'  Association  Are professions risking their traditional respect?  Socialised medicine came into my life long  before it came to Canada.  It was still in the 1940s when I was fust hospitalised with no bills for my parents to be concerned  about. My young life lo thai point had some fair  familiarity with the practitioners of the Hippocratic  Oath.  Besides my ailing self, my earliest memories  are of the village doctor dropping in to see how my  father was doing on what seemed a fairly regular  basis. My father was chronically an invalid  through the time I knew him, a consequence of a  coal miner's misfortunes, and I myself was often  ill in my early years.  It may be stretching it a bit to say that I  wouldn't be here today but for the fact that medical  attention was available without concern for the  attendant bills, but possibly not by much.  Mind you, my memories, which include illness,  go back before the Atlee government in Great  Britain nationalised the health care system and the  attention we, my father and I, received from our  doctors before that momentous time was ever as  kindly and as caring as it was after.  In common with many Canadians, I suspect, I  am deeply troubled by the hard times that our  Medical Care system is undergoing. In the years  since a sickly childhood I have had very littlC occa-  musings  John burnside  sion to call for the professional services of doctors,  but I believe passionately that no one should be  denied medical help by reason of poverty.  We all have to recognize that these are hard  times in Canada. The federal government, faced  with an apparently insurmountably climbing  deficit, is cutting transfer payments to the  provinces and the provinces are being forced to cut  into the spending of the most expensive of government departments.  I suppose the second most expensive operation  of the provincial governments is education and  here too the practitioners seem to be having a hard  time coming to grips with a new economic reality  in the land. With all due respect to doctors and  teachers, it does appear to me that these are the last  bastions of a philosophy which prevailed for a generation in Canada.  It wasn't so long ago that most people took it  for granted that their lot in life would be automatically better than that of their parents and would go  on improving throughout their life. For most of us  the illusion has gone now.  When I arrived in Canada it was not a matter of  finding work, but of choosing promising work thai  promised rapid advancement and wage increases.  It took me exactly eight days to make the right  choice for the time.  After five years I decided I wanted to be a  teacher and there too there was great demand. In  I960, just a generation ago, I started leaching  school for less than $4,000 a year and in fifteen  years was making ten times that amount.  I simply cannot escape the feeling that alone  almosl in society doctors and teachers still believe  that there is ever more money to be made. They  have largely escaped the hardships which have  come to other sectors and, it seems to me, developed something of an expectation that they should  not be constrained from ever growing remuneration because they are, oh magic word, professionals.  Both of these ancient and honourable professions are now in this society ready to sacrifice, on  the one hand children and on the other hand the  ailing and infirm, those that they have sworn to  serve in order to ensure that their financial expectations are not thwarted.  I find a terrible sadness here. It seems to me,  again with apologies appropriate and ill will to  none, that doctors in the most immediate case and  teachers too are forgetting that they are largely  educated in faculties provided by society. Those  faculties are provided because it is known what  crucial roles these are in the maintenance of  healthy and happy societies.  There is much that ought to be rethought in our  heallh care and education systems bul no one is in  favour of reluming to the days when doctors and  teachers were taken for granted and received precious little remuneration for their invaluable services.  Bul the suspicion remains that the leadership in  these professions is living defiantly in a past world  of large expectation that most of us have already  had to leave behind. There is a new economic reality born of the last thirty years and neither the  medical profession nor the teaching profession will  escape that reality.  They would do well, both professions, to move  to that recognition soon. If they insist on punishing  the innocent as a means of fulfilling outworn  expectations of their own they risk the traditional  respect accorded to them.  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MmuavHo. John Ramtv,  Jo-Arm Shawn.  �����* ".'3f ^C." ��*���  Vour communily's AWARD-WINNING newspaper  I  CCHA.y Coast News, July 6, 1992  opinion  See screen truths with the sound off  As mentioned I think before,  a feature of lale night, early  morning viewing of the 'film  classics' is that you don't want  to wake up everybody about  you. You turn the sound down,  and maybe you turn it down to  the point where it is off.  All you have is, of course,  the visuals. The sound effects  men are banished and the music  makers; and perhaps, only perhaps, the dialogue guys. What  you've got going on there is a  story simply told, or not, in the  visuals.  This situation, sorry to say  perhaps, but this situation does  have a number of pluses. The  dialogue in these things is often  something you would just as  well do without. I am a dialogue  writer of a son, but this in fact is  often the case. Particularly it is  the case if the 'classic' movie  you are watching is Italian, or  Russian, or Bulgarian, or Hindu,  or whatever, and their dialogue  has been dubbed by nice people  in Toronto or wherever.  What we have, and there it is  on the screen, (with the sound  off) is simply what the camera  sees, or is allowed to see, or  what is judiciously allowed to  come out in an edited version.  Anyway there it is you see, visual and real, right?  This is what the doc jmentari-  ans thought, in the '40s in Canada and in the '30s in Europe.  What everyone said was that the  camera didn't lie. People, characters, anyone coming on screen  was revealed as what they were.  You could see them up and  down, were they good or were  they toads.  Visually, in the early days of  documentary film, this came  over very well I think. People,  ordinary bears, politicians or  bankers, heroes of the wars were  coming over pretty straight,  pretty much as they really were.  Then of course everyone  wised up. Politicians got advisors and started using make-up.  An entire industry developed  almost in a flash. People with a  simple economic message for  the country were having to take  acting lessons.  John Bracken (remember  him?) was taking acting lessons.  The whole thing it seemed  In a nutshell  turned into a kind of semi-professional acting competition. It  was not the thing that was here  or there. Everybody was in it;  and everybody is in it today.  So consider the poor director/reporter who flies his camera  crew hither and yon to cover for  us what is really happening in  the world.  Everywhere he goes he is  coming up with people who are  all too thoroughly rehearsed. He  wants a random thought from a  Colorado philosopher? The man  is going to want to be pacing  under some giant cactus or  whatever.  I don't know when it was  when people first slatted acting  for the camera. I might know  because I was involved periph-  s. nutter  erally wilh the early days of the  Film Board and it was somewhere in there that the change  began to take place. Film editors, of course, sat over their  movieolas usually with the  sound off and watched everything happen visually. This, of  course, we can do today. Simply  turn the sound off.  Possibly larger things  become clear. With the sound  off, it becomes apparent that a  film, whatever it is, is either  from Rome or clearly from  Moscow, or is an early Berlin  film or is from London, or has  to be from Los Angeles. We  don't need a word said. We can  simply see it entirely on the  screen, and surely that is a kind  of truth.  Retirement and Insurance Planning  ��� Retirement  Planning  ��� Life & Disability  Insurance  ��� Employee Benefit  Plans  ��� Lawrence K.  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Recent letters to the  media imply that we restructure  in a "piece meal fashion," which  I suggest would be totally unacceptable in the years lo come  (ie. move the library into the  empty furniture store).  The answer to this dilemma  lies in the development of Block  Seven. Purchased in the mid-30s  by the council of the day for  $550,000, this property has  nearly tripled in value. The area  was designated to be developed  as a multi-use building to house  public assembly as well as federal and provincial offices,  which locations are presently  scattered throughout the community. Considerable planning,  money and effort have already  gone into this undertaking. Discussions have also been held in  a favourable light with senior  governments.  As we examine present  development trends, Block  Seven has to be the most convenient and resourceful location.  Any trade off of land or new  purchases would only end in  financial loss to the taxpayers.  Let us look at just a few of  the needs that will require additional space within a matter of  months. First that comes to  mind is a new municipal hall.  Then there is the library (which  should become regional) now  totally inadequate to efficiently  handle even today's demands.  Shortly, we will be required to  operate our own police force.  The addilion to RCMP administration, plus jail accommodations, demand larger and more  modern facilities.  Then there is :!n* rnurthouse  in the present cubrn hole uuove  the lumber yard, let us ml ,ui  get the SCRD in its high rent  and out of the way offices on  the waterfront. Developers and  contractors musl get sore feet  trudging back and forth between  these two municipal offices. Of  course, adequate parking is a  high priority with all of these  subjects.  I could go on, but the point I  make is lhat Block Seven is the  ace in the hole for this much  needed total complex, with all  services being offered al the one  location. The suggested pool  and restaurant will no doubt  some day complement the overall structure.  The necessity that federal  and provincial governments  become involved in this plan  assures us of permanent anchor  tenants, considerably easing the  financial burden, Overall funding is available at extremely  attractive interest rates now. In  any event, the need for these  facilities cannot be ignored. The  future is already here.  In conclusion, I urgently suggest your worship and council  members move now to planning  and development stage of Block  Seven as it was originally  intended. I feel certain that the  community will also lend its  support as there seems to be no  other viable anr ���������<*��� lo the  restructuring o' 't*i services for this ir   ,-i|ialit).  KEN SHORT  S-chelt  Attention: quitters  and quilt owners  In celebration of the 100th  birthday of Ihe City of Vemon,  the Silver Star Quilting Squares  are presenting A Legacy of  Quills on Oct. 2 and 3.  We welcome entries from  quillers throughout the province  of both old and new quilts. We  encourage anyone who owns a  heritage or antique quilt to consider displaying it as a unique  and important part of our heritage and culture.  There will be 24-hour security at the recreation centre for the  two day show and entries close  Sept. 4.  For further information  please write or phone: Jean  Moore, C6 - 3850 Argyle  Avenue, Vernon, BC, VIT 8K9,  or phone 545-8021.  ^*\  tWFT  Pebbles from the past  FIRST HIGH SCHOOL  In about 1890-91 the Howe Sound School District erected its  first school where the Gibsons Elementary School stands.  George Glassford obtained the contract to build the 34'x20'  building. Henry Smith's oxen hauled the lumber up from the  beach. James Fletcher built the chimney. The land was valued at  $25.00 by the Department of Education. The original building  was demolished in 1954. The new high school opened in 1952.  wfe  es  REALTY LTD.  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Crossword clues will appear in The Coast News & Weekender, also on  Channel 11  ��� After the last clue; each entrant must solve a cryptogram (Add I Mm quir-i  ��� Entries must he returned to one of the above stores by July 17,1992  ��� All Comet entrants will be notified lo pick up I key lo our treasure  chest, ilii' Lucky Key opens the chest contalninfi St<K��  ���All finalists musl be present July 26,1992 for ihe treasure chest  iipenlni. For more Information contact. Bill Hughes ��� 886-2191 or  linda Reeve ��� 8863714   CLUE # 1 2 DOWN 4 ACROSS, 13 DOWN  "Stump ranchers and hand liners would leel al home, Along with many an interesting tome. We might  find keepsaKes and hand-me-downs and treasures as well from their hometowns."  CLUE # 2 14 ACROSS 18 ACROSS  "There's a cairn along Ihe strand where foreign sailors came to land. CHI Ihe boat and down Ihe ramp,  looking lor a summer camp."  CLUE # 3    15 DOWN, 7 DOWN, 8 DOWN, 20 DOWN  "In nineteen hundred and thirty lour, I'was only a quarter at Ihe door. Still In nineteen ninety two,  we dance and stomp Ihe whole night thru"  CLUE # 4  19 ACROSS, 5 DOWN, 11 DOWN.  "Four corners meet where danced light feel. As thespians thundered on the stage larmers  did the weather guage"  CLUE #5  3 DOWN, 10 ACROSS  "In days of yore, near Ihe shore The aldermen able sat round Ihe table."  CLUE # 6 17 DOWN, 6 ACROSS, 8 ACROSS, 21 ACROSS  "Where Henry and Anita meel, once was made a spread so sweel. Foresquare and forty years ago,  they closed Ihe doors and made no mo." But, Henry's got to have It.  ���rikMaMiMiaH^iaaaa^.  * fa t.V*y^."*.'��� *������<���/*--'���*; "���  .. .v,. v .y^^y, r*<;, ���;.-���-�� ^*;,**r  --1^  ���"f ' ���*-*��*��� I Coast News, July 6, 199J  community  <p  '���^���ZMf,                                                        Me  -^iiO       Bh.                                       ttmmm*iftaT  fV|       In'      :m  mm\,\m\TK W'                                                   WWaW  '���aaamL''''   ���             ��HTCI   L WW  ������               aVflfl.^                                                                    aV^LiaV^lHH                           alH       HH  aTaTataH aH      aV*    *                                                              HH                                  ||H        HH  Phiilns hy Jane Seyd  and Jix'l Juhnsuine  l\ ^"\  The kids wail  patiently,  above, as Al  Driscoll doles  out cake in  Sechelt Left,  some looked as  if they waited  forever or  would wait  ~H     forever in  (iibsons.  A'a-al  �� "W  Top left, Sechelt RCMP in full  formal dress unfurl the flag In  Sechelt's Hackett Park. Top  right, earlier that morning  Gibsons put up the colours at  Dougall Park. Above, Jessica  Pierce with a flag compliments  of the federal government  while, left, one of many at  Sunnycrest Mall has their  birthday cake and eats it too.  Far left, Katie Angermeyer  and friends entertain the  Sechelt congregation.  Years of nationhood  celebrated on the coast  For Glbtons Most Macho Dog (Bear-a  bull mastiff), things are looking up.  Above, Vicky Wong, 4, had the good  fortune to have her grandmother  Lily, 84, feed her cake bite-by- bite  in between a little flag waving, proof  positive Canadians can have their  cake and eat it too. Left, Sargeant  Ed Hill and Cst Mark Giles pose up  for a postcard picture at Dougall  Park. Right, a couple of bikers  check out each other's equipment at  Sunnycrest Mall's celebrations.  em Coast News, July 6, 199.!  community  gtorgelnglbsons  by George Cooper  An Elphinstone grad of  1988, Doris Schroth, returns  this July to the University of  Victoria lo begin the final and  fifth year of her Bachelor of  Education program.  This will be her professional  year of training, but rather than  the usual 12 weeks of practice  teaching, Doris will be doing an  internship of about six months  in the Saanich School District  this coming school year.  This July and August she has  to attend summer school to  complete some of the course  requirements for graduation  next spring.  One of 25, selected from 75,  student applicants for this special internship program, Doris  will work in her specialty of  French in Kindergarten to One  in Keating Elementary. In the  spring she will be in fourth and  fifth year elementary working  in English.  A grad ceremony  Whereas Elphinstone's graduating ceremonies are now  marked by an abundance of  bursaries, a ceremony we  attended in Saskatoon this past  June most certainly was not.  We can be grateful for our  smaller more neighbourly district here.  In Saskatoon the ceremony,  banquet, dance and the dry grad  program began of an afternoon  and all the activities followed  one another until breakfast the  next morning. The city's Centennial conference centre provided for all the activities  except the dry grad.  Did note that outstanding  honour graduands (the precise  term) were acknowledged.  These were students each with  a year's academic average of  over 90 per cent. Top average  was 96.4 per cent.  No main speaker, thank  goodness, just brief explanations of the awards by staff  members The valedictorian,  Kathy Salahub, spoke discreetly  and touchingly as valedictorians do, the best speaker of the  evening..What gave special  touches to the ceremony were  the singing of 0 Canada, a cap-  pella by a graduating student, a  prayer delivered by a staff  member, an award to a student  for five years perfect attendance  and awards to two students who  had overcome incapacitating  handicaps to continue through  painful years in graduation.  One was a young man in a  wheelchair since a hockey accident and the other, a young lady  who had suffered lupus for  some years.  And a not so special touch -  the cocktail slyly passed to  some students by a parent just  before the dance. How to be  popular!  THE LOVE BOAT���  XOT1C ADVENTURES'  Book now and get the  WORLD  WITH THE  WORKS!  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All the kids partaking In safe operating instruction courses  received a prize. Besl decorated bike prizes went lo Chelsea Sleep, Faran Berg, Colwyn Sleep, Brent  and Brock McCallum, James Law, Coty Duncan-Haikownen, and Robin Helcnlus.  Joel Johnstone pholo  Sprucing Up  Your I louse.-'  Don't Forget The  Outdoor Fixtures!  Sechelt Lighting  885-9417 ��� 5609 Highway 101, Sechelt.  s-#g  on  t\U��,  ot.  oo  S>*  Super Soaker  100's  Squirt Guns  Reg $34.99  s*.27w  Super Catch  Ball Game  Reg $7.99  SaleO49  Dare Fan Top  Summer  Candy  250 g  Reg $1.99  SamaVaV0  16"  Desk Fan  Reg $44.99  Sale 40"  McCormick's  Viva Puffs  3 Flavours  300 g  Reg $2.99  s.h2����  Ladles'  10 pr Pack  Socks  Reg $12.99  Sat.1000  Toddlers'  Sandals  Reg $6.41  s.i.500  Boys' Fashion  Slimmer  .Print Pants  Sizes S, M, L  Reg $10.99  S-.700  Men's Fashion  Summer  Shorts  Reg $15.99  Sale 9"  sizes - s, m, I, x!  5 in 1 Bubbles  Gnat For Kids  Reg $1.99  Sale "9Q  Playschool��  Bubble Plane  Reg $16.81  Safe 11 ����  Dotfino  Swim Fins  They Float  Reg $23.99  S.N.1800  Venturer  AM/FM Cassette  Recorder  Features high speed  dubbing, auto reverse  Reg $69.99  Sal.5400  Corin Trail  3 Person Tent  Special  Value at  39"  Reliance  20 litre  Water Pack  Reg $14 99  SalalO00  Kids'  Bowling Set  c/W Case  Special  999  Wooluwrtk  STORE HOURS  Mon - Thurs: 9:30 - 6, Fri: 9:30 - 9, Sat: 9:30 - 6, Sun: 11 -5  m*^^  mmm^mmmmmmi  ��..   ' ��� Si.**   ���-. ;  ���-.������> .��� -v-ty-,.. A-...-..-V..*-. t. .v<f,A..*-i'Tr--n'"v.-- .'���..*'*.���,** "  T- ,"������.���* Ccmst News, July 6, 1912  No matter who adds it up...  The figures speak for themselves.  When you or your neighbours have something to sell,  you choose the Coast News...  2 to 1 above the Press  4 to 1 above the Leader  We help you market the car you need to sell.  We find a home for the pet you need to place.  We help you rent that vacant apartment.  We introduce you to a vast market of buyers who want  the goods and services you have to offer.  We're here for you.  We serve the most on the Coast!  To place your classified ad, call us...  CQAST^NEWS  nmmmmte ~~~~~pBPMaWMBBB^|ff~~   .       ...   Ma.j.a.ma.w'aa  COAST NEWS   wiiiiin unman   MasterCard  886-2622   or  VISA Coast News, July 6, 1992  community  by Margaret Walt, 885-4404  The children are back at  Gamma Phi Beia. From now  until early August the sound of  children's laughter will be  heard from the children's camp  in Wesl Sechell.  In charge of Ihem is director Pauline and her staff Debbie, Kal, Amy and Sarah. All  lhal playing helps create enormous appetites and there lo  lake care of Ihem is cook Vi  and her helpers, Rrandie, Maria  and Donna. Gamma Phi Beta is  home lo 25 children just now.  They will lake part in making  crafts, learning new songs,  pulling on plays and enjoying  swimming.  Writers In Residence  A letritic summer program,  pul on by Ihe Festival of the  Written Arts, includes fiction  writing by Cynthia Hood and  writing poetry wilh Tom Way-  man. These Iwo workshops will  he held August 8 to 12.  Then there is writing for  magazines, wilh Daniel Wood  and script writing with John  Lazunu from August 18 to 22.  The workshop will be held in  Rockwood Centre.  Children's Choir  Don'l miss the Yu-Tsai elementary school choir from Taiwan al Raven's Cry Theatre at  7:.1() pm on July 6. Tickets are  available at the theatre for $10  each, children under 12 get in  for $5. Sounds like something  everyone musl go and see.  Another must-see is Anne of  Green Gables which is on at the  Festival Pavilion at Rockwood  Centre from July 3 to 12. Gel  your tickets now by calling  885-9631.  Sechelt Library  The Sechelt Libraty will be  holding a summer reading club  for children aged 6 lo 12 years,  ll will be held every Wednesday from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm  from July 8 to 12. The Iheme of  Ihe club is Where In The  World. For more information  call 885-3260.  1   ?'  ^^^               ' '���-^LaVmmmY^^^^  ^,  il  ' "^t  DISNEYMANIA  STRIKES VIDEO ETC  M  ALL INVENTORY REDUCED  BAMBI     FANTASIA     DUMBO  ROBIN HOOD     PETE'S DRAGON  JUNGLE BOOK W  19.99*"  Super  > BUu  -.batHaj  ty $12.99  RESCUERS  $18.99  DUCK TAILS  $17.99  Ml M   I II  iUNNYCREST MALL GIBSONS  )I'EN EVEHY DAY   886-8312  Werner Frey of Jasper, Alberta was blowing his 10-foot-long Swiss alphnrn in the streets of Sechelt  last Tuesday morning. "I like to wake up Ihe people in the morning," explained Frey, who was passing through town on his vacation. Nancy Mimic photo  roberts creek  by Beverley Shipley, 886-2215  There were Iwo camps al the public hearing  regarding the proposed expansion of Ihe Sunshine  Coast Golf and Country Club. Roberts Creek residents had several concerns - the main one seemed  lo be the environmental impact that clearing would  have on local creeks. For those downstream from  the course, sillation from clearing and use of pesticides and herbicides on the greens is a worry.  Another area of concern was taking land from a  public park for lease to a private club. Owners of  property in this area were not happy about proposed rezoning which would designate their property as 'parks and assembly'.  Golfers slated thai overcrowding at the course  was enough reason for allowing Ihe expansion and  that residents would benefit through taxes, fees etc.  that would be paid to the SCRD. Some also stated  a golf course would be better use of land than just  leaving it wild and natural as is. Ever thought  about where the wildlife is going to go that now  makes this area Iheir home?  RCCA Meeting  Lasl week's June Communily Association meeting was an interesting one with three SCRD planners, Sieve Olmslead, Judy Skogstad and Bob  Patrick on hand to discuss the Official Communily  Plan (OCP) Options are open lo Roberts Creek  residents with respect lo basic philosophical positions.  A position is conditional based upon information such as: designated agricultural land, soil type,  geophysical hazards and road networks. The  amount of vacant lots and potential new lots in  Roberts Creek was discussed. Growth rate options  for ihe Creek ranged from 'no growth' to 'slow,  controlled growth' lo 'focused growth'.  If none, part or all of the above makes no sense  to you then slay luned, as there is an OCP workshop planned for Sunday, July 19 from 9 am to 12  pm at Ihe hall.  Grads  The Grade 7's had a fun and happy, but also  tearful night at their farewell celebration. Many  parents were Ihere to watch and some took part  wilh the students in a Karaoke sing and dance.  Special lhanks to Graham and Joan Edney for their  presentation of the Karaoke and for Graham's  thoughtful words to everyone about what great kids  we have in Roberts Creek. Thanks also to the  teachers and principal Jack Pope for a fun night  and a great year al school.  |f#*g,. Pioneer  4ZSs[&  >r"**��Bi et'j��*':':~ &*a&fai''\ '><''.  WSSggsu  'iMl'-'F3  Thh dwelling is  excellent for a  couple or bachelor.  If extra space is  required, il is loft  adaptable.  mWt.  Pioneer Specifications  Bedrooms: I  Balhs: 1  Ground floor: 640 sq. ft.  (loft adaptable)  log Picnic Table & Bench  Z\Z  $350 & $450  LTD.    INTERNATIONAL  Dealer - DAVID PYE CONSTRUCTION  BOX 1873,  SECHELT, B.C. VON :)AO  PH. (604) 88S-44')(I  davis bay news  --    I     it  ���(.  ���  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  On Saturday, June 27, the  legion auditorium in Sechelt  overflowed with family and  friends wlto came tq pay their  last respefcls to Roy Preston,  who passed away June 24. The  memorial service was conducted  by Les Brown, with endearing  eulogies by Roy's brother, Ross  and a nephew. Doris and Roy  retired to Davis Bay 11 years  ago and have become avid  'Davis Bayers.' We extend our  sincere and heartfelt sympathy  to Doris and her family at this  most difficult time.  How did you spend the  Canada Day holiday? Would  you like to share it with readers?  If so, please give me a call. Did  you do something unusual,  crazy or just plain boring? Why  don't you share it with us?  The torrential downpour we  woke up to lasl Monday morning was a corker, wasn't it? But  a much-needed one. Hopefully,  it will help curb the danger of  forest fires as well as give our  gardens a welcome soaking.  We are well into the summer  holiday season, so do remember  to practise the techniques  required to have a safe summer.  Whether you are on land or  water, obey the rules of the road  and the sea. It is great to see Ihe  speed limit reduced to 50 kilometres per hour in Davis Bay.  Now if we could only educate  the visitors (and some of our  own) lo slow down, we'd have  it made. With so many young  kids back and forth from the  beach to the store, it is imperative that you slow right down.  If you are looking for a fun  afternoon, why not come to St.  Hilda's on Monday afternoon at  I pm and play bridge? The cosl  is $ 1.50 with refreshments provided, plus prizes. All proceeds  are donated lo St. Mary's Hospital Auxiliary and St. Hilda's  Church.  I'm happy to report that  Cathy is responding slowly to  treatment and is delighted with  ihe cards that you are sending.  Please keep Ihem coming - they  have improved her morale  tremendously.  That's Anne of Green Gables  handing out green ribbons for  everyone at Trail Bay Mall ns  a reminder lo theatre Tans  that the Canadian classic play  was to opened over the weekend at the Festival or Written  Arts Pavilion.  Joel Johnstone pholo  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  Leave your cares al home wilh us.  Pet / Animal Care  Mail Clearing and Forwarding  Indoor Plant and Yard Maintenance  Regular Home Cheek or Lhe-in Service  CALL .SHARON 885-2228  til-CMaatrltm-Walik  IttUiuuiiaaat  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Ba-pnchMC-m-rtToCoait���  o ZnAo  Saturday night, 6 - 8pm $6.50  CHILI, HAM, ASSORTED SALADS  Bing  .      Tuesday Nifthis doom   I  'O open 5 30 Bingo at 7:15 I  No General Meetings  until September  Closed Sundays!  HOT SNACKS  EVERY NIGHT  3064 Lower Road ��� 886-9984  .ANNOUNCEMENT  Show Piece  Frames  in  Wilson Creek Plaza  has changed  ownership  BEST OF SUCCESS  to the  NEW OWNERS  Anita Kehler & Robyn Netzlaw  of Wilson Creek Gallery & Framing  Former owner Cindy Buis would like to thank  all her customers for their patronage and invites  one and all to come visit her at  = Show Piece Gallery =  in Gibsons Landing for all your gift,  art supply and local artwork needs!  ==Show  Gallery m  280 Gower Pt. Rd., Gibsons Landing, 886-9213  *Swl   Open 7 days a week ��� Mon - Sat 9:30 - 5:30 ��� SunlO-4    r       .......  .jammiiDiiimijiii!,,,,.,. j  ���"������^-~���������������*~*~*~***  mamaimmmm.  ������   :,.������������.'-.������ ? ".-.-  ������.:������������  :-.-   .   ������::   ;.." . *������<-- -������'->�����. 10  Coast News, July 6, 1992  Our Summer  Hours  are now in effect  Sunday 10-6  Mon - Thurs 9 ��� 7  Fri9-9 ��� Sat9  6.  We now accept Visa  175/1      and Mastercard for  your convenience  Groceries  Welch's Grape, Minute Maid Orange or  A&W  Soil Drinks  2 L you save 1.31  Tmptcal Sun - frozen cone.  Orange Juice 7 A  341 ml .you saw .51 if O  Kraft-salad dressing  MkadeWhip 468  '1.5 L .you save 2.01 "W  Hofywood  SafflowerOH Mg  946 ml .you save 2.31 dm  Ayhner-whole  TMIUrtlMM tti 40  796 ml .yousave .71 I  JSomato Paste #s# aa  196ml you save .23    V|l99  W^^^^PtUMfv^w *lart#�� "^raw^SaS  3U... .you save 1.61 1#"^  Unlco- marinated  .Artichokes pp  170 ltd .you save .41 aWW  Tenderflake - deep dish  HsShsHs 493  3H0g. .yousave 1.17 I  AddedTouch- assorted  flBOg. you save .97 ���%Hw  Cr^^a^Otenplc camHster  ^VIHvv WICO ***)2fi  1.8 kg. ...��� .you save 2.11 **!J^  ttabca-pure  J*****1 438  250 ml i.i .you save .81 I       '  Twlnlngs - Eari Grey  mwmwmrm a<nQQ  ��� 80s .you save 1.17 mw  Mott's-reg. or spicy  Ctsmato Juice 488  1.361 .yousave 1.01 M  Flrcnch's-squeeze  280ml .you save .75 iOO  evaporated  ml .you save .37 ��� m ��  all purpose  Coffee OA  g. .you save .61 l��90  tfc'ntoas  ���QUA  yousave2.07 1#^^  s-Oreo, Fudgee-Oor et,   .you save 1.47 mm  rigatonlor  .you save .61  "Ko*/r Family Food Store"  Serving the Community Since 1950  Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt ..885-2025  Meat 885-9812       Bakery 885-9823  For those ot you who missed last week's news....  Shop Easy is changing its name!  Why are we changing after all these years?  Recently our main wholesaler, which owns the "Shop Easy" name, asked us to sign a franchise agreement. Signing the new  agreement and remaining a "Shop Easy" store would radically change the way we conduct business. We would have lost a lot  ot the flexibility we currently have in buying that has allowed us to bring you the selection and quality products you have  enjoyed And our prices would probably have risen. Because we are so much larger than the usual "Shop Easy" store, a  common advertising policy and standardized pricing with the smaller stores would have meant price increases. So. after 35  years, we are letting the name go.  The ownership ol the store is not changing. You will see the same faces and receive the same good service to which you are  accustomed We will continue to supply the greatest selection of top quality products at competitive prices. We look forward to  the continuation of our 42 year history as an independent, family owned supermarket in Sechelt.  7rf* (?(*Hta��i.  For those of you who participated in helping us choose a new name (which still hasn't happened) thank-you for your thoughtful  input. Our draw winner's name will be announced in next week's newspaper.  These are just a few of the more than 350 specials you'll find in store for you.  Prices effective Monday, July 6 to Sunday July 12  Meat  Groceries  Huggies- convenience size  Disport 1133  reg. pkg ......you save 2.96 W  Miss Mew -I-nskfes  Cat Food l/OO  170 g ...yousave .30    yfl99  Canada Gr. A Beef - Baron of Beef or  Sirloin Tip Roast      aqq  6.59 kg  dm        lb  Fresh - Bone In  Pork Steaks 499  4.39 kg  9 lb  Boneless        ",.       ,,;  Chicken Breast       >|qq  u.ookg : M" *���**��>  Extra Lean "���*���'  Stewing Beef 099  6.59 kg ..::.... dm       lb  Fletcher - Bup  Regular Weiners      a 99  2.84 kg.......  '      1 lb  Freybe - Black Forest  Old Fashion  Ham Nuggets 099  8.80 kg  W lb  Schneider's  Kent Bacon 02B  500 g  dm        ea  Freybe    >      "  Liver Chubs 449  250 g  I ea  Grimm's  Mennonite  Farmer Sausage     499  500g  "��� ea  Fresh  Snapper Fillets        099  6.59 kg  dm        lb  Fresh - under 5 lbs  Coho Salmon 099  8.80 kg  W        lb  Fresh  Oysters 449  8oz  %9 ea  Fresh  Shrimp ��99  15.41kg  W        lb  HeW*ood - Black Forest or  .Fashion Ham        aa  l ��0gr  ���'��  Maple Lodge - smoked or cured  Chicken 449  Sliced- 100 gr  I  Seafood  Deli  Dairy  Bakery  son Margarine  907 g tub yousave 1.31  Betterbuy - print  Margarine  454 g you save .41  Philadelphia - reg. brick  Cream Cheese  250g you save .81  Cortina  Cheddar Cheese  random   Parislen - all flavours  Ice Cream  1 Ii, you save .97  French Bread  454 g   Battr*  Pkg of 4   8arret Cake  ircles  8"   tuttermilk  cones  Pkg of 6   Raisin Cookies  Pkg of 18..   Barvest  ran Bread  454 g....   New Zealand  Gala Apples  2.40 kg......   Washington or BC  Green Beans  1.74 kg..-./.-   Californ&-  Strawberries  2.i8kg   California  Broccoli  1.30 kg  ,  California - Red or Black .  Plums  1.08 kg       '*\_:  198  .58  218  20*,  2"  ��� wnvM  fl5  315  4**  1  349  Produce  1  .79  .99  ���59 ib  lb  lb  lb  6O0off  Any Deli Item  etfafaataa** Limit one Per customer  -**   Offer Expires July- 12,1992.  MH \^*JC131   flCWS,    JUiy  U,    1771  community  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  Coopers Green was ihe selling for a beautiful wedding  reception last Salurday, June 27.  The occasion was of particular  interest lo Halfmoon Bay residents as the lovely bride was the  great-granddaughter of local  pioneer, Eva Lyons. Unfortunately, F.va was not well enough  to attend, but the wedding party  paid her a visit al home.  The bride, Cindy Dash is the  granddaughter of former Halfmoon Bay resident Jean Laird.  Todd Muryn and Cindy  exchanged vows al (iibsons  Anglican Church prior lo the  Coopers Green reception.  It was a warm beautiful  evening which prompted the  whole wedding party lo change  from iheir finery into swimsuils  and enjoy a swim in the ocean.  All our good wishes lo Ihis  happy young couple.  Open House  Joanne Pickcson hosted a  successful Open House at the  Halfmoon Bay Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre lasl Salurday.  Visitors enjoyed a guided tour  of the facility and were  impressed with the care given to  our wounded wildlife creatures.  It was a disappointment that Reg  Dickson was unable to entertain  as planned, but he had injured a  finger and had to bow oul. How -  harbour watch  ever, the wound is healing up  and he will soon be back in  musical action.  A Royal Statue  It was interesting to watch a  Sunshine Coast resident being  presented lo Queen Elizabeth  when she arrived in Ottawa. Just  prior to ihe unveiling ceremony,  Roberts Creek sculptor Jack  Harmon and his wife met and  talked wiih her majesty, the subject being the magnificent statue  of the queen on horseback.  It was shown on CBC TV on  Tuesday, June .10 for anyone  who missed it and wants to  write for a copy.  The commentator explained  how ihis huge creation had to be  shipped by ferry before being  transported across the country.  Everyone appeared to be  delighted with the finished product when it was presented.  Bus to the fair  The Sunshine Coast transit  system will once again be providing free minibus service to  the Halfmoon Bay Country Fair  Sunday, July 12.  The bus will tun all day from  8:30 am from Trail Bay Mall  and will travel along Redrooffs  to the fair about every half hour,  with Ihe same time between the  return trip.  So you should only have to  walk a very short time either  Cindy Dash - great granddaughter of Halfmoon Bay pioneer Eva  Lyons, and Tod Muryn were married at Coopers Green, June 27.  Ruth Forrester pholo  way and this means that you can  leave your car at home. Parking  space is limited on this one  weekend of the year.  Get well wishes  Our good wishes for a very  speedy recovery go out to Peggy  Connor. Peggy has been under  the weather for a bit but is doing  fine and will soon be back to her  busy life again. Take it easy  Peggy-  by Jacalyn Vincent  The Pender Harbour Teen Centre is still  in action for the summer on Friday and Saturday evenings from 7 pm to 11 pm.  The centre provides an alcohol-free environment so teens may enjoy darts, pool,  cards, board games, Nintendo, movies and  much more. If you would like lo become a  member you may conlacl the centre at 883-  9763, memberships are available for $10 per  year. Guests are always welcome.  Bonnie's Back  Well known and experienced Bonnie  Murray's Accounting, CMA, is back in Pender Harbour near the post office. Her grand  golden lifelines  opening will be on July 15. If you would like  to contact Bonnie for any accounting services, please call 883-2857. Welcome back,  Bonnie!  PH Music Society  Here is a treat for everyone to enjoy.  From Montreal, Bruce Ross will perform on  Friday July 25 at 7:30 pm at the Music Society in Pender Harbour. Ross is an old lime  Scottish fiddler and will be accompanied by  his sister Betty Scott.  Tickets are available at the door for $5  and children are free! Light refreshments  will be served, so have a great lime  A reminder, Anne of Green Gables is  playing at the Rockwood Centre for five  evenings and one matinee. We have five of  our very own local talents participating in  this wonderful play.  As the tide changes  Please attend the Open House on July 13  at the community hall to seek further information on the Pender Harbour area lakes  study.  Diary buffs - think you've lived a full life  - well Edward Ellis' diary contains more  than 32,000 pages in its 58 volumes. His  diary is the largest to date.  Until next week - be good to yourself.  r^te-tvttOHfed  0?tuun��k    ft  i  Devlin Funeral Home offers a complete range of pre-arranged  funerals: traditional funerals wilh burial or cremation, memorial  services, direct cremation service, graveside funerals, or transfer  to other localities.  For those who wish to pre-pay funeral expenses, Devlin's have  a government licensed & audited prepaid funeral plan. 100% of  funds paid are placed in an interest-bearing trust account. Your  funeral expenses are inflation-proof ��� the cost is locked-in at current price levels. If you ever want to cancel, all your money is  refundable wilh interest.  Call or write Devlin Funeral Home for an appointment or for  more information. 886-9551. No cost or obligation.  ll  579 Seaview Rd..  Box 648  Gibsons. B.C.  886-9551  -'il    -vtaRm,     ***  by Joyce Ostry  Pauline Moon and Kay Her  miston would like to say thank  you from all the assistance people gave at the Craft Fair on  June 27. Walch for the  announcement of another one  soon. Edith Caldwell won a gold  coloured afghan.  The nexl event on the  seniors' calendar is a garage sale  on Salurday, July 18 al Ihe new  Seniors Centre on Trail Avenue,  next to the Arts Centre. Goods  will be received there on July 16  and 17. Anyone who wants to  can have a table for $6.50. Contributions are greatly appreciated. The time is 10 am to 3 pm.  Phone Patli Miller al 885-7792  or Kay Hermiston at 885-3334.  Thank yous are in order to all  those who laboured by painting  the walls in the centre and for  filling the flower boxes wilh  dirt. There are so many to thank  at this time to list them all. We  also lhank those that gave support in other ways.  Conclusion on UIC Challenge:  Q. When did this issue come  to your attention?  A. The issue has been up  before the board of referees and  courts. The board of referees is a  group of three people selected to  hear cases against the commission. The board is (he first court  of appeal.  Q. What happened?  A. The board of referees staled it was not able to make a  decision on the Charier Challenges so the case was sent to  the Court of Appeal. Because  this was a Charter Case, we suspect the Unemployment Insurance Commission knew it was  going to lose so it went ahead  and changed Ihe provisions.  They revoked Section 19 of the  UIC Act giving special consideration for all people over age  65 starting September 23, 1986.  This was the date the Court of  Appeal set for payment. It is  recognizable that age discrimination is not allowed under the  Charter of Rights and Freedoms.  So anyone who wants to can be  employed over the age of 65.  However, if you continue to  work over 65, you must continue to pay UIC benefits.  Q. Has there been any reaction to this situation?  A. We're looking for people  who turned 65 and retired before  September 23, 1988, and after  April 19, 1985 who are willing  to take on UIC. We will file an  appeal to the time the Charter of  Rights and Freedoms came into  being i.e. April 19, 1985.  PRESTIGE FIXE FURNISHINGS  & ANTIQUES  TRAIL BAY MALL  SECHELT  July6-11  SALE $699  42" OAK DINING TABLE  With ii MM On MM OH tfnpvl pftMttl.  CtrnvWa null 4 KM a* mum met cluing tamel  Ipca. aaalKOuantllMllm����l. '  THE  EMPRESS  Ourflntttoohcabltwt  wMi bow QMM door,  aa��aad glaaa bf>* .Id.  doortidoofM ind  SALE  ���1795  FAMILY SIZE DINING  TABLE  ElMnafllo ���'. Oa* labia on tra.lt.  paoMal bm m* brt t dm  IM. 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Be:  Highway 101, Box 2549 Tel: (604) 885-5756  Sechelt, B.C., VON 3A0 Fax: (604) 885-2756  New hours: Mon - Thurs 9-5:30, Fri 9 - 9, Sat 9 - 5:30, Closed Sunday  i*^MMa*M  MMlkMriMillft  -���- * ���  '���������'���  ���������-���' r ���'" "'  v* rv,*.. ��� 12  Coast News, luly 6, 1992  3Q  is, B.C       ^1  leisure  NORTH OAKS  767 North Rd, Gibsons.  26 Adult Oriented  Single Level Townhomes  1 & 2 Bedroom Units  from  $91,900 - $101,900  TWIN OAKS DEVELOPMENT CORF.  886-4680  Pages from a lifelog  In the footsteps of the fur traders  p��rt5  by Peter Trower  As the reception begins lo  wind down. Waldo and John  insist that I must accompany  ihem to a certain notorious bar.  Yvonne, who's no fan of pubs at  the best of times, begs off, as  For the finest in area dining         DININGGUIDE  ilXTURI! MMAIRAST Ol Till- Wlil.iX  ���: joi.i.y ixv.uk>  Spectacular waterfront dining  overlooking Secret Cove  l.unch and dinner served daily from  11:00 am -10:00 pm  Sunday brunch 10 00 am - 2:00 pm  Weddings, conferences and groups welcome  Reservations Recommended  885-7184  FAMILY DINING  Andy'e Reeteurant - Lunch and dinner special every day. Every  Wednesday night is Prime Rib  Night. House specialties include  veal dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta,  pizza. Thai food and lots of NEW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's great  Brunch Buffet every Sunday from  11 am ��� 2:30 pm. Hwy 101, (Jib-  sons, 886-3388. Open Sunday and  Monday 11 am - 9 pm, Tuesday -  Saturday 11 am -10 pm.  The Boat Houie - Just a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  offering daily choices of fresh and  flash Frozen seafood from the  West, East and Gulf Coasts as well  as a variety of other specialties.  Join us after 5 pm for dinner or for  our spectacular Sunday Brunch,  served between 10:30 am and 2  pm. Friendly service in a relaxed  atmosphere and fabulous meals  are just some of the reasons you'll  keep coming back. If you have an  important rendezvous or a ferry to  catch, please let us know and we'll  make the necessary accommodations. For reservations call 921-  8188. All major credit cards  accepted.  Cite Pierrot - Comfortable atmosphere with warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and  daily specials are all prepared with  the freshest ingredients - bolh  healthful and delicious. Our whole  wheat bread and scrumptious  desserts are baked fresh daily, on  the premises. Outside dining, take  out orders for Ihe beach and cappuccino are available. The Coasts's  bistro...as unique as the Coast  itself. Mon (c Tues 9-5 Wed - Sat  9 - 9. Closed Sunday. Teredo  Square, Sechelt. Phone ahead for  your lunch! 885-9962..  Dar lebeoon Rastaurint - Now open  in Gibsons Park Plaza, Hwy. 101.  Lunch and Dinner features include  Chicken, Beef, Lamb and Vegetarian dishes, Shishkebabs, Falafels,  Cappuccino, Espresso and  Desserts. Open 7 days a week, 10  am - 11 pm. Eat In or take-out.  Catering for parties and weddings.  886-3572. Everything we make is  made with love!  Hald-A-Wiy Riiteurint - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons 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-10pm. Our Sunday buffet (11 am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday  night 2 for 1 special 5pm-10pm.  Reservations 886-4501. 50 seats  plus banquet room.  HHWde Funny Rutiunnt Now Open  in Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons. Family Dining with Special  Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and  burgers, homemade soups, pies  and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon  request. Sunday dinner buffet 5:00  - 9:00 pm. Open Sun - Thurs, 11 am  - 10 pm. Fri k Sat 11 am -11 pm.  886-2993  Village Restaurant - Cozy family  style cafe with an extensive menu  featuring special pasta dishes,  steak end seafood dinners. Come  in and check out our daily lunch  and dinner specials or have break-  fail anytime. Saturdays are Prime  Rib nights. Fully licensed. Open 7  days a week, Mon. - Thurs., 7 am  to 8 pm; Fri., Sat. k Sun., 7 am lo 9  pm. 5665 Cowrie Street, Sechelt.  885-9811. Vise Is Mastercard  accepted.  n.."..i.,m,x..... ���-  The Ornigi Pizza. Steak ind Lobtter  Home - With a perfect view of Gibsons Marina, and a good time  atmosphere, the Omega is a people-watcher's paradise. You'll  ollen see Bruno Gertlill, former  star of Ihe Beachcombers, dining  here. Menu includes pi'-a, p.isla,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and  seafood are Iheir specialties. Banquet facilities available. Very special children's menu. Reservations  recommended. Located in Cibsons  Harbour ,11 281 (.lower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open lor lunch Mon. -  Fri., 11:30 - 2:30: dinner daily 4 - 9  pm, Fri. 4 Sal, til 10 pm.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  JoHyRogtr 'Spectacularwaterfront  dining in Secrel Cove, l.unch and  dinner served seven days a week  from 11:00 a.m. l.unch specials  daily. Dinner menu includes fresh  seafood, chicken, steaks, pasta and  ptttf with homemade dough  made on the prenmes. A children's  menu is also available. loin us for  Brunch on Sunday from 10:00 a.m.  - 2:00 p.m. Our Dockside deli is  open daily 5:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. for  breakfast and lunch. Fully  licensed. Visa, Mastercard. Mercer  Road. Secret Cove. Reservations  recommended. 885-7184.  Tht Whirl - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view  and sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its  best. Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2  pm. Fully licensed and air conditioned. Dinner reservations  recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis  Bay. 885-7285.  Ntw China Kitchtn - Now open IN  THE CIBSONS PARK PLAZA,  1100 HWY. 101. Come enjoy our  Gourmet Chinese Buffet featuring  over 16 hot dishes plus salad Kir k  dessert. Also featuring two full service menus including Canadian  Cuisine. Lunch or Dinner.  Licensed premises, dining facilities  for meetings, banquets and parties-  Hours: Sunday - Thursday 11:30  am - 10 pm. Friday k Saturday,  11:30 am - 11:30 pm, lunch buffet  11:30 am - 2:30 pm, dinner buffet  4:M pm - 8:30 pm, For reservations  call 886-3028. Visa/Mastercard  accepted.  Bicktddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of {ervis 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.  Pub open Daily at 11:30 am  Kitchen hours - Mon k Tues 11:30-  7:30, Wed -Fri 11:30-9:00, Sat & Sun  9:00 - 9:00pm.  Ctdiri Ntlghbourhood Pub - Great  food every day all day. Appetizers  and full menu along with terrific  daily specials, available 'til 9 pm  every night. We're known for our  great atmosphere and good limes.  Sun. - Thurs. open 'til midnight,  Fri. k Sat. open 'HI 1 am. Visa,  Mastercard and reservations  accepted. 886-8171.  Sachttt Ltgion 1140 ��� One of the best  bargains on the Coast, every Friday night, are the fabulous barbe-  qued steak dinners served from 6  to 8 pm for only $6.75. Dinner  includes a 6 oz. top sirloin steak  served with your choice of baked  potato (with all the garnishes) or  delicious potato salad. Also included is a green salad with choice of  dressings and garlic bread. Lunch  is served Monday to Friday from  11 am to 2 pm. Daily specials are  featured along with a regular  menu that includes chicken strips,  burgers and .sandwiches. Thursday  is Fish k Chips, featuring a full  order of the tastiest fish and chips  with cole slaw for only $4.55. Take  out orders available. Members and  guests welcome. 5591 Wharf Street,  Sechelt. 885-9922  Irvine's Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  nnd fresh seafood in a relaxed setting wilh ocean view. Average dinner for two, .$30. We're now open 7  days a week 11-11 with our kitchen  open from 11-10. Pender Harbour,  883-1145, Mastercard k Visa. Fully  licensed.  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of Fast  Porpoise Bay. Relax and experience the deck which is now open  for lunch and dinner.Observe Ihe  tranquil ducks and geese or dine  by moonlight with a candle at your  lable. To savor this superb dining  experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully  licenced. Hours, Wednesday- Sunday, l.unch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5  pm. 885-3847.  Chu Philippe it Bonniebrook Lodge.  Open for Sunday Brunch. Chef  Philippe, formerly of the Roof  Restaurant at the Hotel Vancouver  is now at Bonniebrook. We have  fine West Coast cuisine prepared  from fresh B.C. ingredients, an  extensive wine list and expert service, intimate dining in Ihe Heritage Lodge dining room with a  superb view of the Georgia Strait  and the surrounding shoreline.  Walch the sunset from your table.  Take a stroll along the beach after  dinner. Follow Gower Point Road  to Ocean Beach Esplanade. Reservations recommended 886-2188.  Visa, Mastercard. Full licensed.  Open 5:30 lo 9:30 pm, 7 days a  week.  Creek Houie ��� Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, steaks and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open from 6 pm. Thurs. through  Sun. Visa & Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing Savour Ihe delights of fresh  seafood from around the world.  Our extensive Dinner Menu  includes fresh seafood in our soup,  salad, hoi or cold appetizers, main  courses and pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and  lamb. Caesar salad for two and  flamhe desserts are prepared al  your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Lunch hours: Thurs thru Mon  11:30 - 2:30. Dinner hours: Wed  Ihru Mon 4:30 - 9:30. CLOSED  TUESDAYS. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886-  3891  Lord Jliti'i Retort Hotel - A tranquil  view of Thormanby Islands and  Malaspina Strait set the theme for a  beautiful night out. Friendly, courteous staff, fine international cuisine, special desserts, comfortable  surroundings, and soft music add  up to make yours a nighl to  remember. We feature daily dinner  specials as well as our popular  "table d' hole". Summer hours  Monday through Sunday 8:00-  2:00, 6:00- 10:00. Visa, Mastercard,  American Express. Reservations  recommend. 885- 7038  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Emit I Gwtn'i Drlvt 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.  4  an;  ________  r____-_z_-__=___:  dotal Ann. Shirley's star student,  Terrilee, elects to accompany us  instead. She's a remarkable  young Irish girl who's an excellent singer as well as a talented  poet  The pub in question is not  quite as grotty as they'd led me  to believe. It's your average  strip joint with an anorexic-  looking lady going through her  uninspired routine on a small  stage. There aren't many customers and none of them looks  particularly menacing. Evidently the pltice can get pretty wild  when the roughnecks are in  town and the oil-rigs running  full bore.  Right now however, with (he  industry in a slump, things are  decidedly low-key. It's almost  closing-time to boot. We knock  back a couple of rounds and discuss our various chequered  pasts. Then the taps shut off and  it's time to head for the barn.  Waldo and Ann are in the  process of selling their duplex.  They have bought an older  house in another pari of town  which ihey plan to renovate. A  party in Iheir new ��� bul  presently unfurnished ��� digs, is  scheduled for the following  night.  Nothing much happens during the day. Waldo and Ann  have to teach again. Yvonne hits  the museum to do more research  on the old forts. I stay home and  attempt to write a poem but after  a couple of stanzas, my muse  goes on strike. I dip into an old  fur trader's journal instead.  Waldo returns and manages to  clinch a sale on the duplex.  Shirley Bradley has invited  us lo supper al her place prior to  Ihe housewarming parly. We  regroup in due course and head  over there. Shirley cracks out  the wine and regales us with  some funny stories about her  days as a creative writing student in Toronto. She studied  under the elfin and eccentric  H_^_f **  % '   ���� -  'We're beginning to  get worried by this  L- *_^^B 'air"'"*  time. Tbe  temperature has  dropped to  mlnus-16'  author, Joyce Carol Oales, and  her hang on impression of that  effete lady has us in stitches.  Terrilee, who is boarding  wilh Shirley, arrives. She shows  us more of her poems and sings  us a couple of a'cappella songs  in a clear true'voice. Eventually,  Shirley serves us some excellent  home-made pizza. Then we  adjourn to the party.  '... I'm the only  smoker in the group  and now my  addiction lo the  noxious weed  almost trtggers a  disaster'  It turns out to be an enjoyable bash. Someone has brought  a good sound system and plenty  of records. Pood and drink arc  in more than ample supply. John  Roycr and other people from the  reading are there, plus a number  of congenial and convivial folk  we haven't met before. Shirley  cajoles me into reading again  for some of the couples who  couldn't make it last night. Terrilee sings several more numbers. We dance, shoot the  OME UP AND SEE US  ABOVE KEN'S LUCKY DOLLAR  <��0�� Thrifty1*  HELP THE  Donation!    888-2488 or Box 598  Cold Beer &  Cider To Go!  rooms  $iAiroo  ���  PER WEEEK  PLUS TAX  105  886-2804  Ii  PENINSULA MOTOR INN  TH.EATEE  presents  Thunderheart   I  with Val Kilmer  Haled Mature - some violence, some coarse language  I  SHOWTIMES  Friday July 3rd  THROUGH  Thurs. July 9th   ,���    a  One Show Only at 8 pm W  Matinee Performance  July 18th at 2:00pm   C2sffiS!  "FERN GULLY" -the Last Rainforest  An animated film  TICKET PRICES  AdulLs$6>  Students (4.50  Seniors & Children  ^ UnderTwelve $J  COMING  ATTRACTION  Far & Away  W  Rated Mature  with Turn Cruise* Nicole Kidland  July 10 - July 16th  Raven's Cry Theatre  Located at House Of Hewhiwus, Sechelt BC  PHONt NUMBER  885-4673  breeze and generally have a  high old lime.  Somewhere in Ihe wee hours,  the festivities begin lo wind  down. Al lasl, only Ann,  Yvonne and I are left. Waldo  seems lo have disappeared. His  coat is there bul ihe man himself  appears lo have vanished in a  puff of smoke. The only thing  we can figure is that he got a lift  home with someone so we head  back lo the duplex. There's not  a sign of him Ihere either.  We're beginning to get worried by this lime. The temperature has dropped to minus-16.  It's no night to be wandering  around outside, particularly  coatless. Ann and I set out in  search of the missing Waldo.  Yvonne slays home lo answer  the phone in case he should call.  Ann and I drive around but can't  see any sign of him on the  streets.  We check the party house  again. The place is deserted.  Then Ann notices lhal Waldo's  coat is gone. We speed back to  the duplex and very shortly,  Waldo walks in, none the worse  for wear. It seems he had wandered into one of the empty bed-  rooms and fallen asleep in a  dark comer. Somehow all of us  had failed lo see him. The mystery is solved. We stumble  wearily off to bed.  Waldo and Ann recently  bought a farm aboul 20 miles  north of the town and Ihey want  to give us a grand tour of the  spread before we go. So nexl  day, off we jaunt on another  small adventure, picking up  John and Anne Royer along the  way.  The area back of Fori St.  John is essentially flat grassland  broken at intervals by more of  the enormous gulches that seem  to abound in this country. It is  dotted with small oil-rigs pecking away industriously. We  head out across ihis northern  prairie until we arrive at the  Dahl acreage. Waldo and John  have recently burnt off the  fields, a common practice to  facilitate new growth. At the  back of the property is another  of the huge gullies. We park the  truck and walk over to take a  look at this mini Grand Canyon.  Apart from Anne Royer, I'm  the only smoker in the group  and now my addiction to the  noxious weed almost triggers a  disaster.  I fire up a cigarette beside the  truck and head over to check out  the big hole. That viciously cold  wind has blown up out of  nowhere again, however, so I  double back to get a coat. To my  horror I find the truck sitting in  a small sea of flames. The  match I lit my smile with can't  have been completely out. Since  I don't drive, it's a messy situation. I start trying to stamp out  the flames, hollering blue murder. The others come running  over and Waldo moves the truck  out of danger. I help the rest of  them snuff out the fire, feeling  like a dangerous idiot and vowing once again to try and kick  my tobacco habit.  ...to be continued  RV CARAVAN  MEXICO  Maiatlan, Copper Canyon,  Puerto Vallarta,  the BAJA Peninsula  Dep: Jan 9, Feb 5,1993  FOailORlIHTORMATIOlf:  CaUL TU NICHOLS (604) 574-4592  R.V. CARAVAN TOURS  17011 niZSUlt DL, CLOVrgtOALZ.  auaur.ac. vuivs  ____ leisure  Moving performance  The Raven's Cry Theatre comes alive  with the contemporary and traditional  movement and grace of dance by  Coast Dance Theatre School students  A triumphant wave goodbye  from Denise O'Brian, right,  marks the end of two hours of  steady presentations from primary to senior dancers Sunday afternoon. Below, Amy  Turnbull's interpretive dance -  an improvisation.  STONES, BONES & BUTTER CHURNS  on Channel 11, Wednesday  Wedjulym* 7:30 pm  Elphinstone  Woneer Museum ������"���  safest?  ��� 23 Modern Rooms  ��� Kitchen Units - by week or month  Colour Cable T.V.   ��� Full Bath & Shower  Direct Dial Phones ��� Reasonable Rates  886-2419     Sunshine Co.ist Hwy  Gibsons. B.C  Gibsons Legion  Branch,  w ***�� V ��UO  *S*�� QWAfSfih  D. V. A. Counsellor  Fri July 17,11am ��� 12 noon  Merchant Marina Navy  NOW RECOGNIZED  MEMIIII AID IUIITIWILCIMI  886-2 il 1  0*W ��4^  Gibsons Legion Hall  Sat, July 25  8:30 -12:30  Tickets Sold  at the Bar  $12  ~7A      i ���- a  NEW?  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL  US!  Helen Milburn       886*8676     Huth Bulpit 88S-S847  NanNanson 886-3416     Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  Beach  bard is  back  Bard on Ihe Beach presents a  summer season of Shakespeare  under the tent in Vanier Park in  Vancouver. Artistic Director  Christopher Gaze has chosen  Twelfth Night and The Tempest  to run in repertory from July I  through September 5.  Douglas Campbell celebrates  51 years in theatre by directing  Twelfth Night, opening the  1992 season on Saturday, July  4. Scott Swan who directed last  year's A Midsummer Night's  Dream, rejoins the Bard to conjure up a lyrical, magical Tempest, opening Saturday, Aug. I.  Buoyed by the success of  last season, artistic director  Christopher Gaze has added  three weeks to the schedule (for  a total of 10) and the society has  purchased a new, 450-seat tent.  "Our average attendance last  season was over 90 per cent,"  said Gaze "with 10,800 people  through the gate." Bard on the  Beach offers an accessible,  affordable Shakespearean theatre played against the magnificent backdrop of English Bay."  Tickets priced at $10 are on  sale now - call TicketMaster at  280-3311 or The Bard box  office at 733-1910.  Coming FRIDAY JULY 10 direct from Surfer's Paradise, Manpower Australia Male  Revue. THE AUSTRJVLttN EQUIVaALENT TO THE CHIPPENDALE DANCERS,  they're the "Thunder From Down Under". Six male entertainers, they bring with them  a great stage show with lights, special effects with an Australian flavour.  AUSTRALIA'S HOTTEST LADIES NITE OUT. In BC for only 1 month, at Elphie's  Cabaret one nite only. Tickets available from Elphie's and the Party Shop (Sunnycrest  Mall).  advutisimint  One of five students In the  contemporary class executes a  pirouette to the musk of Van-  gelis, above.  Part of the Joe de Leagno - a  Roumanian mother's folk  dance, above.  Joel Johnstone photos  "WE'LL KEEP YOU COOL THIS SUMMER"  BAIT AND BLOWN  .WVmONMENTALLY FRIENDLY  ���CELLULOSE  RAVEN'S CRY  THEATRE SOCIETY  for the performing arts  Sunshine Coast Arts Council  presents  from Taiwan  The YU-TSI Children's Choir  Monday, July 6th, 7:30pm  TICKETS: $10.00  Children under 12: $5.00   Watch for the return of  Claire de Lune  Saturday, July 11th  with an afternoon  FAMILY MATINEE  Tickets: $5.00  and an evening of  CAJUN MUSIC  accompanied by Mark de Basils  Tickets: $10.00  A musical blend of Acadian and Cajun music.  'Reve Acadien' is leading Ihe music scene for  traditional folk music today. Claire brings  vocals in a crystal clear presenlation lhat is  heightened by haunting fiddle melodies and  hard driving accordian.  ( OMINd S()()\.  s/( o\n \\\i\i  Indian Summer Festival of the Arts  labour Day Weekend...September 4, >, 6 & ',  For your convenience yon now can purchase  tickets at Reflections in Madeira Park-88.', 2545  and Sayward Books in Gibsons��886-3626  Call box office for infajrnation: 885 4673  frff.^;,-1^v.*i..',,r'.,-;if.1.'.  ���      -  \.m.,~m'.^*- 14  Coast News, luly 6, 1992  AUTOMOTIVE  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  EXCAVATING  c  in.iusir...i    AUTOMOTIVE      m.��������.  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  I(M.I Hv\\. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Mum  lii h-h Ml H-h sui   10-1/  SUNtMsTmEtritCHAWCAlLTt)    ^   D��t4p%��a><lln-4����C'll>n facility  Quality Wottt Gmnittamj' Commercial &  ReaiehnUal ��� AHTyamatlmxaflaai  ' 24HtMrSaavk*>  KR ENTERPRISES  ��� 4x4 Backhoe Service  ��� Screened Topsoil  ��� Single Axle Hauling  Kerry: 883-2154  m  KALfTIRE  If tve sell it...we guarantee it!  5633 Wnar! Road, Stchtlt ��� WS-7927  iJ u* ElaffHGENCV StHVfCI   aH-laW J  Fori si J    g  (604)M5-7576\  Messages 885-5281  kitt evans  Construction  II Yasts kl HIUNMTIONS ��� FMMM - MNOVATMMtt  SECHELT RADIATORS  5=1 I Klll/tU'l,- (nnltliv Vt'.alYaai .V.fMtV ivtltrv  77) ��� ' a..'.! ��������� ��� '..' I ' '.a ill'- ��� ! ���. i ���' aav  tt. Ki|uii X K. |iU.i Kills. lli'iur C6nl It Dm Tanks  At TOS THICKS IKAiniHS INIHSmU MAMNt  New, IM \ Kil'ri'li - I'u l up �� IMivrty   '���������! I   I   f.M9 S.C. Hwy,         Across Irniii Sunshine GM  _r  Mon. - Sat.  88V7*)8(i  TJLC.  Electrical & Plumbing  Residential ��� Commercial  Water Healers ��� Electric Heat  KaMmrto* lie No MM.  886-3344  . SEPTIC tIELDS ���       H 'Am^tmT.  . DRAINAGE %0*��T  ��� EXCAVATIONS ^*  * wateh lines Cat 411 4X4  ������CUAMlia      Steve Jones    886*8269  II  yon  w��;i��r .iilvri tisinc| lien  you'd I.*- ��� <r��iflliaic| .iliout  ynursiill  -  And  *,<> vucmlil  i vi'ociy else  ARCHITECTS  If  yOU   Wt*i �����   ailviM Ii   ,iii<|   ln;i  you'd bt: ir.��tHii| .iitottt  yoiirMtlf   - And so woulil  KVKiyhocly ��!?*��*  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  II 886���2622(GIbsoDS)���  S85-3930(Sechelt)  M>laaau.aaaa,alaValaWtolK.^v*:v:v:-:: :.:  Cel: 1-240-3490  Free Estimates  Coastline Builders  Residential ��� Commercial ��� Renovations ft Additions  .     Mike 885-7028 Joel 886-2563    J  [���&?! -Residential  ��� Commercial  ���Auto Glass  Mirror Walls  PENINSU.LA GLASS  & ALUMINUM  706 Hwr. 101. Gibsons 886-8580  24hr. Commercial Emergency   886-8414,  CONCRETE SERVICES  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie  ,1  240*6314  Wa dig Me f un.hln. Coast!  A" HI Til K HOIK ATSIRMCi:  Exravaling  Lamtsaaipe  tonslrm lion  24 HtX'R  . scnvia  Demnltttnn  ��� BaKklWIrig       ���Drainage  ��� low Imparl a SotMit land  <***�� Walls  "9 886-8538  220-8767  mix 1221,  gihsons n.cu  DIRECT  DRYWALL  SYSTEMS  Residential > Commercial  BOABO S1FEL 8TU08  1APE OOC  OCC7 1 BAR  SPHAV 000*003 f     CUSTOM CEIUNOS  Gerald R. McConnell Ron Hovden  (ecl) 250-5073 (eel) 644*5767  ���.Mjwmrariimw  AU typM oi concr��t�� work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs ��� smooth, broomed,  exposed aqqregate linishing.  QtMottf COKffVM Wftnl  885-3930(Sechelt) mm  mWmmmSvmlamltkkmVW  A  Bit or Small We Do Them All  G & S DRYWALL  FREE ESTIMATES  Fot All Vonr Drywall Needs  Please Call: 886-9204  QIBSONS SflND  & GRAVEL LTD.  Office: 886 8511  Cell: 328-7117  Res: 885-2008  L  MJ.J. Vinyl Siding  Soffits, PASIA, Shutters  CEDAR SIDING  Fred Cocker  O.ravc Mra.aRrl  Phone 88V606-S  PO Box 1596  Sechelt, B.C.  VON 3A0y  BEDROCK EXCAVATINQ LTD.  Service Hookups, Sewer Systems,      fff\  Land Clearing, Driveways etc.   jMpft  experienced operators .��PP  885-4522     885-3768  CONSTRUCTION '  Kutate Click, RC  Residential &  Commercial Construction  Renovations  Additions  ^   Laurie Lacovetsky * 885-2887   J  Swanson's  Ready-Mix Ltd.  M8-M33I   1115-22261  .���DiapMch _  M5-9666  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons .Sechelt Pender Harbour  Bom 172, 5417 BumetRd, Sechelt  ROOFING  Specializing in sll types of  FREE      commercial & residential roofing  ESTIMATES 886*2087 eves ou^ra  Nt  CRANE  RENTAL  SFCHELTPLANT  885-7180  Rssdy Mix Conersts  Ssnd fl Qrsvsl  CONCRETE  o  AST]  0  L ' **-'  Sf ��VING THE WNSHINl COASTj  cunes, etc oWa-8174  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  A. J. CONTRACTING  Roofing * Insulation * Painting  Concrete * Vinyl Siding  A t T ENTERPRISES: Censlruetlwi StarvloM ^  Serving the Cosst Since 19-5  im ����$��       'CUSTOM HOMES  f m\\ aWWR      ���ADDITIONS  S*-*^lH*l       * RENOVATIONS  * ?ds(ft!'iv       aaa-aaaa  T. WONO. SOX TM. OISSONS, S.C. VON IVO  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS  Ashward Contracting  * QUALITY HOME  BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN OESIGN & DRAFTING  For Eslimale Call  Howard Aahmora  885-64437  "Professions^  Rooling  Services"/  Htfl  "FREE  ESTIMATES"  $paclallting In ell  types et reefing  m edvertlted  In yellow pegee  C        mmw^  ^y an.        >   i    tor prompt tonrtoo toll  UtimHUtt tUtlM  oinaaatm  %.&. electric  Liiry AndtNson  For Prolessional & Courteous Service  M. 1-12741 WsnNKkM.ll.    FaWPIHNE MJ-ttti  ���Metre Psrtt, IX. WN2M     ha>M.1N1l  If  you  wuri! .iduiTtisirnj  here  ytin'cl !������� r��;��iclin<i -iiliont  yourself - Anil *-.n vui��nlfl  ���;\/f*ryhnily else  EXCAVATING  ^V7   i  If  you in/ere  iiclvertis  incl hertr,  yon  ���1 lie  re>itlin��|  allKMlt  youi  self  - And vii  VUOIlltl  L   ���  ,,....��  everylioily t*l  ���>e  D&B CRANE RENTAL  Phone: 884-5266  Night: 885-7085  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  CENTURY ROCK  ^v  885-5910  Rock Walls Facings  Patios Planters  >&o^QQDaas-a$*a$  $&&*?J&  HEATING  nniM*GXif,nns<s  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  Call Mow M��*7111  Showroom: ai73Pount Rd. Gibsoni        j  fCill 886-2622{Gibsons)  885}930(Stchclt)  wmu��miwhw*>-tr-ti-*v*-a��>w.w^ ���  fSECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD.Hfft  GAS ��� PELLET* WOOD       l��^jj  Complete Sales & Installations  SHOWROOM Open Tu.s.Sat.  5631 Whart Rd., ������������7171  J  %i  PROPANE INC.  ��� Auto Propane  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. O's  885-2360  Hwy 101, across St.  from Big Mac's. Sechelt  litctisi'tl& Bonded  PARKYN BAY CONTRACTING LTD.  F.B. WOOD-ROW  RtHiienttal * Cos Installation! ts'Srrvirt  Res: (604) 588-0707  or Toll Free Paper: 1 979-4371  Propane A  Natural Gas  HUME IMPROVEMENTS  Stark  ining Ser  Cleaning Service  Owner Dan Stark  IOMI     SKf,.ZZI7   (,  c  CONTOUR  ���jjj��  Quality Supply & Installation  '      Ceramic Tile, Carpet* Blinds  >VSHOiVn0OM851 HWY. 101-GIBSONS- B.C. ��� PH/FAX:686-319V  SPOTLESS PAINTING  & WALLPAPERING  ��� Inleiloi/Eiileilor FB6E ESTIMATES  ��� Piessuie Washing RR^.CtRit^  ��� Specially Wall Fmislwa *"'*' -��"-'  PETER J. SUGARS  Custom Cabinets  Kitchens ��� Bathrooms ��� Mlllwork  shop 886-8615    *    res. 886-2231  A VII* Store  Furniture Land  Highway 101, Box 2549. Sechelt. B.C. VON 3A0  Telephone (604) 885-5756 ��� Fan (604) 885-2756        J  SECHEL T PRESSURE WASHINQ\  ���Free Estimates  ��� Fully Insured To Do Cedar Roofs  and Vinvl Sldina  Call: John Lautier Day. or Niqht  885-2612  WON UFT - HOOK HEIGHT 65'  18TON UFT - HOOK HEIGHT 80  ��Z7/��      ..886-7028  ytm imam m met ewmMrea^mw   m mwrnwrnw  5  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ' KITCHENS t BATHROOMS ���  886-9411  Callular 044-4907  RENOVATIONS WEST  CONTRACTING  Custom Building ��� Remodelling ��� Framing  Foundations ��� Home Repairs ��� General  Contracting ��� Small Jobs Welcome  bi. 910534 Ron Aetna-son MS-OBB1 after 6:00 pm  ^ BRIAN NEWMAN EXCAVATIME *V       N  ��� Septic Fields ���  ' Drainage - Excavation  ��� Water Lines     ��� flock Walls  ��� Landscape Construction ���  ��� Call 886-3977 J  wTV       THE  RENOVATIONS WITH       ^  A TOUCH OF CUSS  COMMERCIAL 4 RESIDENTIAL  IMPROvTR M5^   UD. HALFMOON BAj  PRECISE PAINTING ��i PLASTERS  ��� All Phaw of Drywall  jR-eiWateHftTitiar  ��� Jouma-yman WorlamiwWp      *    |    |  Mesh Vance  8864)928 Fr-a.tMla-.aWa*. m*l99j coast News, luiy b, i wi  sports  Coast competitors to take on the  province at BC Summer Games  Twenty-four athletes from  around the Sunshine Coast will  pit their various skills against  the best competition the  province has to offer this summer at the 1992 BC Summer  Games July 9 through 12.  The games will be held on  Vancouver Island, with Port  Alberni the hosting town, and  about 4,500 competitors are  expected to attend.  Of 40 possible events. Coast  athletes will participate in live.  Ten of the Coast participants  hail from the Sechell area and  are slated largely for track and  field events with a couple of  swimmers and wrestlers thrown  in. Most of their 14 (iibsons  area counterparts seem to favour  handgun competitions as ten of  Gibsons 14 participants will try  to shoot iheir way In glory, one  will swim (deaf swimming), two  will play baseball and one will  have a go at track and field.  Eighteen of the Coast's participants are male and six female.  The provincial government  started the summer games (and  winter) in 1977 in order, according to a government paper, "lo  provide an opportunity for all  British Columbians to compete  in an organized sports festival  which promotes physical fitness,  individual achievement and  community pride."  To that end, the games are  open to athletes of all ages. The  oldest Coast participant is Mary  Rae-Marie Richardson came first In her national swim meet and  along with over 24 other young athletes from the Sunshine Coast  Marcrofl, a S2-year-old handgun Gibsons  marksman while the youngest . .   _ .,    .  are two 14-year-olds: Eden J<*nCargO Handgun  Fletcher, another marksman, Ry��n Dempster Baseball  and Ryan Despins, a track and Eden Fletcher Handgun  field competitor. Jeff Grant Handgun  The games and are held at a ,anice Haerthe Handgun  different location around the ���  ,..   _. ,,    .  . ...    ,. Karl Haerthe Handgun  province each year and the sites ��  selected are usually larger com- Allan Harding Handgun  munilies like Kamloops, Fort St. David Harding Handgun  John and Surrey. Port Alberni, Jeremy Howding Baseball  with a population of 18,000, is Ryan Kangas Handgun  the smallest town yet selected. MaKroft Hand  The list of Coast competitors .,,/.,��� ���    .  is as follows: Neil Neilson Handgun  Brians roofing I attic ventilation^  REPOOFINO SPECIALIST! ��� LEAK ��EPA1S��  'LOMANCO- WMSLYBIRl) ATTIC VENTS  ��� KEEPS YOUR HOME COOL IN SUMMER  ��� PREVENTS CONOENSA1ICW IN WIN1ER  BBB LICENSED* INSURED  FREE ES1IMA.ES  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  1885-46601  MARINE SPECIALISTS ?i years  PARTS - SALES  K & C Tharmoglass &  Cobra Boats now  In-Stock  SEHVICE -REPAIRS  l.'.M;M  "outboards  Is off to the BC Summer Games  Joel Jiihnstunc photo  Susan Pinkney... Tuck and Field  R.Mari Richardson....Swimming  Sechelt  Alex Albrecht Wrestling  Devon Brown Track and field  Jim Brown Track and field  Ryan Despins Track and field  Josh Frederich Wrestling  Mary Konopasek Swimming  Paquin Jesse Track and field  Yle Richmond Swimming  Trent Turner Track and field  Michael Yates....Track and field  bridge  by Rudy Notzl  As of today the leading pair  in the World Wide EPSON  Contest is a pair in India.  Richard Halperin and Ralph  Kalz of Chicago, Illinois lead in  the American zone.  The search for a successful  Canadian entry is still in  progress.  Sunshine Coast Bridge Club  winners: June 24: Joy Wilson  and Elouise Anderson, first;  Jean Coyle and Fay McCarthy,  second.  June 29: Fay and Mike  McCarthy, first; Tiny and  Spencer Clark, second; Pat  Ashby and Doris Housley, third  and Joy Wilson and B.J. Miller,  fourth.  Coming up: Monday, July 6,  Paul Soloway's 'Strong Opening Bids', 7 pm at the Senior  Citizens Hall, Sechelt. Everyone is welcome.  ACBL contest: Pal Ashby,  first; Jean Coyle, second and  B.J. milelr, third.  BWC  BUI l\ MltVH  ���������  Care for your skin  Care for your luur  Care for your conscience  Beauty Without Cniclly offers you an af Ion lable,  high quality natural cosmetics line with a complete  skin care piogiam including sliampoo fc conditioner.  VARIETY  FOODS  No animal testing, no animal ingredients.  ^^ You will receive a very special  ATM gift when you make your move  ALLIED  with Allied...and it's FREE!  The Caretui Movers  When you make your move wilh Allied, in addition to quality  service you will receive your personal "SKAR5 WELCOME HOME  MERCHANDISE SAVINGS BOOK" that can .save you up to 251 oil  the regular price on merchandise you will need when you move  Into your new home u��� ^ (or ymir m,  f5-51-"-. r**-****, no obligation Mlimalr  \**m  Pender Harbour  customers  please CALL  COLLECT  LEN WMYS TRANSFER LTR.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local ft Long Dlttanes Moving  HWY. 101, GIBSONS 886-2664  Mon Tinw HI. Ft.  5:35  11:10  4:35  11:20  6.6  11.4  7.5  15.6  Fri   Tinw Ht.FI.  1:25  9:20  5:25  9:45  14.3  3.2  13.9  12.1  Tues Time Ht. Ft.  6:35 5.6  7    1:00 11.4  TU    5:35 9.4  12:00 15.3  Sat  Tim Ht.Ft.  2:15 13.8  11   10:10 2.8  SA    6:10 14.5  10:50 12.0  Wed Tim* Ht. Ft.  7:35  4.6  8  2:55  12.0  WE  6:50  10.9  Sun  Time  Ht.Ft.  3:05  12 10:50  SU    6:45  11:45  13.5  2.4  14.8  11.7  i    I  Thurs Time Ht. Fi  12:40 14.8  9    8:30 3.8  TH    4:25 13.0  8:20 11.1  m  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  J" sif^-T?-* ���*"*?! ���?!.. -*~  n-.i<i. a-,*- ,...j ti_~ lha.aWmln.plate8raln.forieefiflcalrta>i  Pacific Standard Time ���** r mm. i�� mci, ��. ���i mi  Tide Tables courtesy of  PRONTO'S  FINE DINING RESTAURANTS  Gibsons ��� 886-8138 Sechelt ��� 885-1919  LANDSCAPING  S & G TREE SERVICE  rStf!  i  Topping ��� Trimming -Pruning ��� Brush Chipper  Danger Tree Removal  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Years Experience  685-3897  MARINE SERVICES  C^a  iUTHERLRND  .SALES * 'fRVICE LTD���  BOX 342 Madeira Paik, B.C. VON 2H0 M3-1119 24Hre.  ..... jvuet  l-IMHl<inaNa>**  YANMAR  J-��flBJB9��  BOAT TFUIURS  NUinacbuv Betterlee  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  I  GIBSONS: 886-0225   SECHELT: 685.6422  k % Ptatt t{ Hiiad, 0* Sut IjUmtmt  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  731 North Rd.. Qlbtont 886-8912  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE)  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & f  Chris Nappar 886-3468  R.RJ4, S6, C78,  .Gibsons. B.C. VON 1V0  & Beams       4|1JJ  POOLS & SPAS  r    PRECISE LEISURE PRODUCTS  PETER WIMOFIELD  Mttttn COWAN aH.M.  tOWIHIIUNO               A  M7-M4t                     AM  L T.ll Free 1 ��77 HH ^S\  ^am^                 POOLS* SMS  ^���***      f>o��a*la> W.I.I Ta����.  ���      a             ���5f,0O0|.l..  m\ nits, Unlet, Acewtairtot^  CLIP & SAVE  F" bc FCRRies Schedule  VANCOUVER ��� SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  JERVIS INLET  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Lv. Langdale             Lv. Horseshoe Bay  6:20 am       2:30 pm   7:30 am      3:30 pm  8:30            4:30        9:30 M         5:30  Lv. Earls Cove  6:40 am       4:30 pm  8:20           6:30  Lv. Saltery Bay  5:45 am       3:30 pm  7:35            5:30 M  10:30          6:30        11:30  7:25 M  10:30          8:30  9:25 M        7:30  12:25pmM  8:20M     1:15pm  M denotes Maverick Bus  9:15  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  11:30          9:30  GLASSFORD PRESS DESIGN STUDIOS  Contemporary graphic design for all your communication needs.  ���:��� 886 8755 * Wkm  CLIP & SAVE  GIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  ROUTE 1 via North Rd.. Seacoi.  Fletcher, Gower PI.. Franklin. Maiine Di,  Depart "5:45 am 1:45 pm Depart 8:14 am 4:11  Mall       7:45 3:45      Langdale 10:11       6:11  9:45 5:45      Ferry 12:11 pm 8:08  11:45 7:45      Terminal 2:08  'No 5:45 am run Sat., Sun. or Holidays  NOTE: Shoppers Loop leaves Mall 10:45 am,  12:45 & 2:45 pin, Mon.-Sat.  Information, comments or suggestions - 886-9318  naMnramai  ROUTE 2 via Pratt. Chaster, King, Veterans,  Havy. 101, Wookcieek Pk., SC Trailer Park  Depart   7:30 am 4:25   Arrive   7:45  Mall     ��� 12:25 pm 6:20   Mall     12:45  4:40  6:40  '12:25 p.m. routes via Bonniebrook, Gower PL  NOTE: No 5:30 a.m., 7:30 a.m. or 6:20 p.m.  service Sat., Sun or Holidays  SuKCMttt AgewcUa  A member  ol  INSURANCE  886-2000  TRAVEL  886-9255  Travel  Professionals  Red Carpet Service from Friendly Professionals in Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons  '..��� ���������>'���  -V .-;>*--.  ^'���a\ 16  Coast News, July 6, 1992  Pay for 2 inserts ^^-"^"SSBSSS  ������ "���"���' "���*"��� "���"^ m   ^m Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Get 4 inserts  n*S.-.U.-  |aw  tlll.OOO Ovarlacreof  seml-waterfront ��ith 2 bdrm.  log cabin. sun-lack, shop snd  cu port, t/2 sen fenced with  gardens and fruit trees, tat-  4917Noagsntsplsaaa.    TFN  2 i/2 acie serviced lot loi ssle.  neai Ssciel Cove. 224-6180.   ss  Vie* lol. water, hydro. $46,000  turn Chamberlin i Cenlial. Gibsons 866-9049 ss  Stillwater. Soulh Powell River  Basemenl home. vie*, beach.  $96,000 487 9334. SS  Waletlionl 3 bdim home plus  downstairs, developmenl polen-  Ml 13 acies with lowei shell al  beach $199,000. 885-5114 Jan  McKenna. ss  Panorama  Walei VWW kit Ifltl   lacing Hoaw  Hound langdaka. gvnlle akipe.ijajtd  Aputo. .tn'irnan.n I??. 211'  I n, ..i.i walei Ov��i 1/2 acie  Seiviced *ilh undeigrnund novae,  irthlpnaiori water etc  Contact M. Nppel  SS:.SMlearSM-7J4S  By owner. 3 bdim. split level  home, 1 l/S baths, lamily im, dbl.  garage, 3 appis. & wood heater.  Localed on 63'i96 lot in central  Gibsons. Close lo all amenities.  773 0"3bea Rd. View by appoim-  ment only. Call 886-3940. I28cn  I Vew property. Gibsons. Reed Rd.  by ownei. close lo beach 1 tor-  !nes. Phone 1-248-6564.    Mien  t/2 acre need lot Garden Bay.  close lo mannis 1 lakes. No  ���gents. $45.000.88660l0.l2��cn  Redioolls aiea on 8 acies. Private and lovely 2 stoiey cedai  home. 1500 sq It. Bright, newly  linished, 3 bdrms. 1 1/2 baths,  decks $184,900 885-7492 -Men  New quality built home. YMCA  Rd. Lsngdale. 3 bdrm up ensure,  soaker tub. angle shower, corrar  sink. Mam ballroom unitkalion  bath.shower unit. 2 bdim. downstairs wilh bathroom luo/shower.  Lsige utility loom, lumpus room,  2 cai garage 885-4816.885-2/35  Langdale. by ownei. altriclive  1056 sq. ft. 2 bdim. bti-galow on  83x163' lol 690 sq. It linished  bsml.. 2 FP. insert in bsmt. New  double windows and carpel, capon and cedai siding anterior  886-9290. I27ss  For Sate  Well mainlained building loned  commeicial in conjunction wilh  residential. Presently used lor  assembly lor luilhei details Ctrl  885 5693 evenings. 12901  For Safe by Owner  4937 Arbutus Drive, Davis Bey,  1854 sq. It. single lavel view  home on lull bfBerrent. 3 bdm, 3  balhs, prol. landscaped, Low  maintenance yard, appraised at  $220,000 Price reduced to  210,000 No GST. Phone 885-  4500 lor appointment to view.  Open house Sunday July 12,1-  3pm. I29cn  Lasqueti Island 20 acta organic.  homestead, gardens, orchard.  1400 sq. It home. $135,000.  Phora 474-5935. as  Redioolls 1 TOO sq it. 3 bdrm. 2  bath, 20.36' In giound pool -  cc-npiete bath house - work shop,  storage shed. 12 acies. Fully  landscaped $229,000.895-3674.  *27cn  Lockup 2000 House Package  Allowability is now up to you.  We'll build you Ihe Irame, complete wilh windows, eit. doors,  SKjng. moling and you Bnsish Ihe  inside 2 level house 1125 sq. 8.  $27,500: Rnachei 1200 sq. ft.  $21,500. Bungalow 900 sq. It.  $18,500. BUM tor less Iran $45 a  sq. fl. It's last, ineipenave. high  quality, energy eflicrenl aid Fun)  See completed house. Phone  946 7655 Paget I-979-4544  ���26a  CLASSIFICATIONS  1. Horn <��� Pfossny  2. Births  1. ObttuarfM  ���a, ill fpWfnOflaTJIn  S. Thank You  a.  7.  a.  ���. Wedding* t  10. Lost  11. Pound  12. Pota a Livestock  13. Musk  14. Travel  15. Wanted  ia. Free  17. Oarage Saba  IS. Barter a Trade  1S. AppHancoa  20. Furniture  21. For Bale  22. Heavy Equipment  21. Autos  24. Trucks  25. Campers  ecS- HMrine)  27.  ���1.   FOf nSm  12-   COfTHIWaTCMl VOf ReMI  M.  M.  ae.  29. Wanted to Rent  M. Wool WsniSat  >7. CMMCare  M. Lege)  4B. Tea Lata taClaaeBy  ��BOPOffW��vi8  ���Monday  THINKING  OF SELLING  1 dbftT Mt aHmbuytng or mmng  houoeo. I look et it to hofrno, peopw  flcniiw NfHf they went out ot lee.  no quisnoN about it���  CAll  KIN SHEARSiVltTH  885-6277  iSSSi  '   MMMSRIaUTYMC.  initiMDOsr. ttctciT  ns-taw  30 acres on Nelson Island, beech  access, view properly. $65,000.  683-25801*01863-2119.    ��27cn  Robeils Cieek Half acre, ocean-  side ol highway. 2 bdrm plus studio on paik like setting. Private  sale. Please No Agents.  $195,000,885-7911.  I27cn  Keata Island  3 bdrm, fully lumished cabin on  large lot. $49,500. Phone 686-  8076 or 886-2561  tm  REDUCED 1/2 acre lot NAHw-  wood ��H $55,060 now $49,900  OSO.WHI72. fZTcn  Four bdrms., 3 baths, view home,  Y*a-ht W, Sstma Park, wood and  elec. heel. $185,000.885-9748.  #27W  i Home on quiet, cul-de-sac, rea-  lSOnable. 885-9091. I27W  WANTED ���/- 3 bedroom house  large lot, quiet road, Roberts  Creek. Phone 186-8755, lv  cntts. for Britn.  TFNs  ���ACREAGE NEAR SECRET  COVE' Serviced, eaay beech  access $87,500.1-2244110 aa  Laige Lol in Selma Park. 3 bdrm,  2 bath, 2 l/p, S in-law suite.  $145,ijT��i3i85-54B9evenings. ss  At any of our convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY ����3-288��  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 883-9391  In Halfmoon Bay  B&J STORE 883-9433  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 885-9721  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 88J-3400  DEADLINE IS 3 00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt    THE COAST NEWS  ���MB 3321 Cowrie Street 883-3930      gakm.  In Gibsons    !^^  THE COAST NEWS  (behind Docksldc Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  There's always service with a smile when you  place your classifieds at BJJ Store, our  Friendly People Place In Haa-ftl-aoon Bay.  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Reth-amem  CATALOflMJB  568f Cowrie St., Box 1219  Sechell. B.C. VON 3A0  815-3211 FAX SS5-28H  Van. Tall Free $64-6616  48' x 330' ol prime low bank  waterfront In Qlbsons Harbour  near Qlbsons Marina. House  needs repair but could be fixed  up lor recreational or rental use.  Preperty zoned Tourist Comrner-  cisl (C-2). Double garage plus  storage shed. $189,500. Phone  Jerrtfert-eee-7070. ss  1/2 acre lot Lohn Rd, Redioolls,  Mintrolled sutxtvwon, $49,500.1-  2269860 SS  Large, view lol, Davis Bay,  approved septic lank, water,  hydro 6 IB fl. trailer. $67,900 No  agents. 987-1541.  ss  Looking to retire near Beech Ave,  Roberts Creek. 865-7685 or 929-  9630 829W  Swim 1 acre view lot, aflnclhe  iwo bedroom home wilh lovely  sunroom, nicely landscaped.  Close to beech ��terry. $129,500.  686-2182. 88  Private sale - Veterans Rd.,  $129,900,110x75 lot, 3 brtrns., 1  1/2 baths, fenced yard, close to  everyttvng. 866-27)5 or message  13667012. No Agents.      I29W  WEST SECHELT  IMMm  Over 2500 sq. fl. Immac. 4 bdim.  2 bath, 2 FP, large formal dMng  room, new caipets, big rec room  and more on nicely landscaped  M. NM aas-$3M vaia^ PacMc.  ���2701  OPENS 2-4 pm, July 4,5.11.12  WatatTonl Gibsons BUI. This 2/3  bdrm home otters specteculsi  views, beautilul beech. 3 cai  garage. Live-m or use as summer  cottage - gat potential tor iutuie  development! 356 Avalon Diive  Asking $289,000 Bel Realty I Id  Lois M*nglon 926-7631. |24hrs)  866-9206. I26w  2 rsre visa acrseges  These 5 acre percels are within  10 mln. wak to Saigeant Bay.  Maiine Paik ��� Less then 10 mm  drive to Sechell. An architect's  dream, this beukxa view properly  lends ltse�� to west coasl living al  iYs beet. As this 5 acre subdvtsion  becomes established expect values to rise rapidly. For serious  Inquiries Cellar Vintners Lid  $92,000 Firm. 9467655 or pager  1-9794544 126a  Musl See Sandy Hook. Ready to  buHd, 77x139 Save on Commission $44,900.7326771.  #2701  BJUng lot, Shew Rd., one block  Irom shopping cenlie. 60'xt20'  zoned loi single dwelling oi  duplex, $59,500. Phone 866-  8550. I28W  In Granlhams 2 bdrm house wilh  a greal view, new deck and very  private backyard. $129,900. No  agents 886-4515. I28w  Roberts Creek ��� 4.64 acres.  House, 2 bams, year round creek,  super natural yet close to eveiylhing. Trades ��-3teome $229,000.  Sutton Group. Excel. 296-5215  Hide.  MOBILE HOME SALES  Brand new modulai homes, Single 6 double wides tor your lot or  pad. Custom orders aval Competitive pricing. For Information  cal Nk* Proach 885-3340. I26w  Lol lor sale, Shaw Rd, 60x120  zoned R3. No agents. 886-7868.  ma  Waterfront Wesl Sechell, Trail  Island view, 104' x 280' .885-  7685. ��29cn  Wanled: Waterfront properly with  or without structure, privacy and  southern exposure infpoftant. Porpoise Bay prelerred but not necessary. Maximum $100,000. Cat  Vancouver 732-7435.      I29cn  New 3 bdrm, 1400 sq. It. with  mortgage helper down. Tralee  Place $179,900 csll Cisig 886-  2352. ��29w  MOBILE HOME SALES  Brand new modular homes, Single a double wides tor youi lot or  pad. Cuslom orders avail. Competitive pricing. For inlormation  call Nick Pioach 865*340. ��27cn  KELLEY-Gregory John Bennett  bom June 25,1992 at Grace Hospital. Weighing In at 9bs 18oz.  Proud parents Paula I Terry ol  Soames Point. A beautilul baby  brother tor Amy. I27cn  Shari Jacobson and Sieve Robins  are pleased lo announce the  arrival of AHssa Mark), bom June  12,1992. That* you to Dr. Pace  and Paige and the rest ol Ihe  nursing stall. #27cn  Heartfelt thanks to Rosemaiie and  John, Dr. Rogers snd stsll at  emergency, Dr. Petzold, all Ihe  dear nurses and stall, 1st floor St.  Mary's Hospital, dear Iriends and  lamily. Sincerely Win Tyson.  12701  Psychic ssliologer, 24 years  expenence. liom Vancouvei.  Janac Brown w-tl be in Gibsons on  Sat. July 11 and Sun. July 12.  C* Diana tor appl. 8667943  S27cn  Friends of Al Lloyd are invited to  drop by July 4 ai Madara Legion.  4.6pm loi Ins 80th birthday cole-  ���27W  RAINBOW COLLECTIONS  is re-locating al 982 Hwy. 101,  Gibsons.  ���27W  MULCH  by container  load  7033  I am tired and oto with lour maa  small Chihuahua X Terrier puppies lor sale. $100 to good  homes. 8654704. I27W  HEMLOCUALSAM  WOOD SHAVINOS - loi hoise  bedding (no cedar). Gibsons  Sand 1 Gravel, 886-8511 eves.  865-2008. TFN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then 1 Now Furniture,  699 Highway tot, Gibsons 886  4716orMaitee Fashions    NC  Help reduce the pat ever population pioMem ��� sapay or neutrjr youi  pet. NC  PrltNCESS HOUSE CANADA  Products are herel You'll love  them! Have e home party and  see! Gorgeous sternwere' China  Cookware and greet gift Ideas at  a fraction ol departmenl store  prices. Make a FUN evening ol il!  Call Paula Soulhin 886-2206 loi  details. #27W  We buy beer bottles end beer  cena, paying 10 ��/doi. Ill-  Nil. TFN  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-7863,24 how line.       TFN  Does someone In your family  have a drinWng problem? CallAI-  Anon 866-9903, 885-7464, 886-  9059. Al-Ateen 866-2565.     NC  Paule, what a frooperlll My  admiration lor you goes  beyond words. Love, Klm.l27cn  BROOKS i MILLED  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Environment  Frl.ndly Paints    **-        ,  In All '   '.    a*jy !  Colours 01   ���        ''.WiT/  TlflUlnboer.   a\     ?V,-  ..Including Qreen \V    La  A  Bus. 885-2923  Res. 885*5058  Summer sign language or tutoring. 8668286. I29W  Join Ihe Retain Party lor a new  Canada. 685-5986. I29W  Adult children ol Alcoholics or disfunctions! Ilmilies please cell  886-3849 oi 895-4622 tor help.  NC  LOG ENDS  by container  load  886-7033  Used wall lent 686-3924.  I27W  Aladdin lamp; older style briel-  cese; slide protector, 40<hannel  CB radio Peler 8666527. I29W  Top S paid lor military Ilems.  Rifles, bayonels, badges, medals.  666-7591. "29cn  Canopy or light camper lor small  pickup. 863-9987  Mttn  Used canoe, 16 It. fibreglass pielened. In good cond. 865-7651  196*11  10' Culvert - 6'-8', reasonable.  886-9047. ��9w  Gieen hide-abed. $250. 886-  2967 mm  Couch, loveseat 6 chair Gold 8  rusts, floral design. Excellent  shape. $350.888-3211.    I28cn  Custom made deck furniture,  plenty to ehooae from. Top oi hi  on Cemetery Rd. Phone 886-  2902 alt. 6 pm or 8867065.S29W  Chesterfield snd large chair with  ottoman. Spotless. $400 OBO  885-5917. I29cn  Comfortable rectiier. 3 positions.  Brown. Vinyl/acrylic. Good condition $125 886-8866 I29w  Oueensize bed, like new, $200  OBO. 885-9249. I28W  Multi-family yard sale. July to,  11, 12th, 9 to 9. Brick house  beside Penn Hotel. Signs posted.  Rain or shine! ��27cn  Garage Sailing? Need a break?  Cappuccino on the sundeck.  Shadow Baux Lane, Sechelt.  ���29cn  EARLY FRENCH IMMERSION  L'Ecole Passe Parloul, Camp  Douglas Roberts Creek - enrol  now lor K J 1. Into call Robbin  865-5779, Allison 865-5363.131 W  Leam to scuba dive. Professional  Instiuclors. Full Pad Certification.  Seesport Scuba. 865-9830 TFN  Will trade 1985/ 7.5 h.p. Meicuiy  outboard, 25 hours, exceHent con-  dilion(plus cash) lor 15-20 h.p  outboard In equal condilion. 866-  8568. TFNs  FOR TRADE  10' Rustler camper. Threeway  Iridge, stove, oven and luinace.  Sleeps six. Mint condition!!  TRADE FOR  17' or larger boat, motoi and II  available trailer. Musl be in the  value range ol $2000 to $4500.  883-9710  27cn  Black and white long haired neut.  male cat named Smoke, around  Velvet Rd. area. 6868474. K7cn  June 25 by Kingo Diesel,  Lab/Rotweillet X, black with tan  markings, 4 months ok), wearing  a red collar. Please phone 886-  4646. ��27cn  Green txidgie vicinity Lower Rd.,  Rbts. Ck.Rewsid 8869885.  I28CJ1  Sceied lemale Siamese cat.  'Kilty', Anchor Road, Sechell.  Please call 885-9272.      ��27cn  |  In Roberts Creek area, lemale,  hall-grown Shepaid-Husky cross.  885-6180. 82701  Are you a woman in an unhappy  i*ajftionsNp, do you need to talk?  Cal the Sunshine Coaat Transition House for evidential 24 hr.  service M5-2M4. TFN  Palm Readings - accurate, discreet, Informative. Conlacl Elizabeth al 888-2980. I28W  TAROT TEADINOS by: 'The  Sensitive' Meuiine Pally. Appts.  868-3140. ��8w  22 cu. ft. freezer, $150.984-8864.  ' ��29W  Fridge and stove, $500 080.  865-6059 aft. 6pm. I29W  Older GE washer, excellent working order $75.865-7984.   I27cn  Gumey H. Gold 30' stove $249;  Gumey H. Goto 14 cubic ft. 2 dr.  I.I. Iridge $329; Inglis Citation 7  program built-in dshwashei/ener-  gy saver $249; Inglis Liberator  2sp3cyH.D. Washer, while $339;  Inglis superb 17 cubic It. almond  Iridge $449;lnglls Niagara 17  cubic It. almond like new $569;  White Westinghouse, white 30'  sell dean slove, coming top 1297;  Admiral 30' H. Gold sell clean  $279; Moffat white dryer $249 -  All rra*a-ndWoned 90 days to 2 yrs  warranty. Call Bjorn 885-7897 or  Coiner Cupboard 885-4434.  I27cn  Electnc range, apart, size, 24', A-  1 condilion, $125.8662730.  12701  Kenmore dryer $100.6654520.  ��7cn  Wanted to buy: Non working  major appliances. 885-7897.  I27cn  Male MuNlpoo, 1 yr old. All shots  �� neutered. 888-7224.      I28w  SPCA has 4 kittens 8 3 adult cats  ready lor adoption. Shepaid-X,  Cocker Spaniel - X, 2 anal mixed  breed dogs, all waiting lor good  homes. 885-4771. 12701  SHar loveseat, biege, $125; colonial loveseal, biege, $125; both  exc. cond. 865-3836 belore 9pm.   ��7W  Moving Sale -queen size bed, Killam carpet, 7x9; lighl oak table, 4  chairs; antique tables; antique  settee, flamed print, kilchen stutt  and lamps, tx-ioksheiYss, etc. 886-  0080 I27W  Airco Gas luinace Good cond.  $315 865-3276 SS  SALE  8' cedar 4x4's, $6 each. 885-  5031. SS  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, light weight, eigonomic  dasign grip tail. S850 OBO. 888-  ���*097. ss  Float house, 750 sq. II. one  bdrm., piopane appliances, wood  heat, $12,600 OBO. 885-1942. ss  SAWDUST Hemlock/Balsam lot  gardening and horse bedding.  Cedar and bark mulch for other.  Gibsons Sand I Gravel Ltd. 886-  8511 eves. 885-2008. TFN  SATELLITE SALES  Gieen Onion Earth Station  864-5240  TFN  4' PVC solid or perforated pipe,  $10; ABS 4: $20; 3: $15; 2: $10:1  1/2', $8, all 10' lengths, will deliver. 886-9033. TFN  CEDAR SHAKES 1 LUMBER,  any size. Will cuslom cut. 885-  5669 or 885-5601. TFN  6 cyl. Ford marine diesel. 4 -1  capitol gear. $8500. o.b.o., or  trade lor tractor plus cash, 868-  9981. sa  USED RAILWAY TIES lor retaining walls.; Unscreened topsoil  $110 load. 6664204.  ss  Anything Give us a make i  model > II required, how much  you want to spend. We'H Iry our  besl. 866-9033. TFN  Large desk, $150; dishwasher,  $350 kexc. cond. Double bed,  $75.8660184. 12701  New Norco bushpilol, $250; and  Pinnacle, $385; new 500' roll 1'  high pressure waterline, $250; 1/3  HP jet pump and pressure lank,  $75; 4 new RV trailer tires, Shell  X���1lXF78���15,$200;(4)26,x6���8���  6 inc.door jams 8 (1) 2'8,x6'8' 4  Inch door jam, $35 each. 886-  8009. ��27cn  Clarke TB21 commercial floor  scrubber 8 snipper. Exc. lor latge  stores or mall. Battery operated.  $1900.865-9068 SS  Universal gym - Weight Lifting  Equipment. $125,818-3211.  Wlefl  GOOD GREEN HAY  $5.00 BALE  DELIVERED. PHONE M5-9357  TFN  Seasoned mixed liiewood, mostly  alder $76 per full cord. U-Haul.  From iVMdlepoifil. 663-9382.127  Chlnon auto cameia, 35 mm,  case, flash, ready lo go, $50 Jim.  886-2277 t27W  MACINTOSH  Mac SE with 2.5 MB memory and  20 MB hard drive, SHOO. 886-  3463. I29W  COMPUTERS WANTED  School Dislricl 146 Is Interested in  purchasing used Apple Macinlosh  Plus (or newer) computers. Leave  message for John Reynolds at  886-9870. I29W  Canopy flts standard GM pickup  8'long, like new. 885-3396.129W  Goll dubs, darkroom I camera  equipment, bras glass fireplace  screen, misc. fumHure. Best ofler  -will lake. 8658895.        I26W  FIREWOOD  tkmmm I  *--** 1  apHI ��� UfflffatfaaV  mam raw  3'2'x3'4' Minor, $50; 6 drawer  $50,886-7687.    I27W  I960 Chev Classic Wagon; 1977  GoWwing. lots of chrome. 7 5 oulboaid molor; sols hide-abed;  lazyboy leclinei; collee table  8864766. H28W  Cheslerlield i chair, $375; love  seel. $175; coffee 6 matching end  tables, $250; ovei the stove  microwave, $300.8863824.  I26W  Quality Screened TopsoH Pen-  oar Harboui area Kerry 863-2154  orRonBB3-1136. I28W  Small tiuck canopy good condi-  Ion $300 OBO 866*05 I29crl  Rainbow lent trailer $350. Phone  883-9473. i29cn  Three piece wall unit, oak Imish,  $900; antique diessei w/mliror,  $300.8863103. MTW  Extension ladder, $54; lire screen,  $20; colfee table. $10; utility cupboard, $40: matting table lamp.  $10. and much more. 886-2077.  MM  25'x12' haid Iwist carpeting.  camel colour air tight heater CSA  approved; DW; Venetians, dusty  rose; above stove microwave wilh  Ian I light. 865-9820.       W8cn  8x11 Peisian rug, $200 OBO;  antique double bed Irame, $100;  Philishave electric slaver, used  once, $60.885-9792.  ���27W  We Can Sell It For Youi Consignment Sale lurniture appliances snd sporting goods. Call us  nnd find out more. 8660225.  ���SOW  Parker Hale 2100 Mainland 30.06  cal with Leopold scope, $600.  696-7591. ss  36' neo-angle glass shower door,  as in GBS flyer, $100 8868691.  I27W  Raspberries - Fresh or Frozen.  Orders Taken. U-Plc. Sat 1 Sun.  886-2932. I28w  Red gooseberries, 75t/lb. 886-  4520 aft. 5pm. I27cn  Elect. Lawnmower $50, alum,  stair railing, offers, sklllsaw $29  cratHrap $10.885-6239.    I28cn  Wood heatei, glass dooi, gold  plated, $1200 New, Asking $750.  New prop, Ills 60 hp Mercury.  885-7251. 12801  ^2  DOWN TO EARTH  Top quality baik mulch, topsoil,  mushroom manure delivered or  you pick-up, also, concrete  pavers. Ramon. 8667692. K8cn  Cold drink vending machine $300  OBO. Rione 886-901 I.Maureen  ���28w  Arboille table, 4 swivel chslrs,  $65; Dynastar 185 cms., $50;  sizes 7 15 womens ski boots,  $20, $25.885-9528. ��29W  Canopy fits liatl size pickup, Gem-  top, $250,885-3381.        I27cn  Two carseals, $20 8 $45;  microwave sland, $60; baby  change table, $75.886-9204.  ���29W  Boys wetsult, XS, age 11-14  Whites black/blue, like new, $160;  12 sp. Norco Alpine, gd. cond.;  Onza bar-ends, Acerbis lender,  $125; Suzuki FA50 moped, exc.  mileage, gd. cond., $400. 886-  9096. I29W  5000 watt Coleman generator, 8  HPBS, 3 months old. $625 OBO.  866-7372. S3  Womens pathfinder 5 speed bike  1 year old $100, tasco telescope  I tripod zoom, 30 to 90 power  $75,686-8226. I28w  QialityKi-aened Topsoil  Available Pender Harbour Area  883-1138 or 883-1154.      I28w  10' Dewall radial armsaw, 110-  220 voll. $325.8656065. I27cn  Dryer - while $150, washer ���  green $150 060. New water filler  (UVI carbon) $385 (save $150)  883-2750. I29cn  1974 Ford camperized van, 1984  Honda 750 Shadow ladies Norco  mountain bike, mens' 'Kokanee'  mountain bike. 685-2158. Mornings. K9cn  Ride-on lawnmower, 6 hp. $450.  885.3842 ��9cn  Baycrest energy savings dishwasher $75 OBO, large pet canter $50.885-7968. I29cn  Large RSF airtight stove, thermostat control $400.8669651. ��29w  Washing machine lor sink hook  up, In woiking order $65. 886-  OT1Fri-iv>>i8:iX-ft(>3ami27cn  20' Candle TV, remote control,  $150.868-9047. I29w  Tiue cord ol lirewood lor sale,  Iree delivery in Gibsons. No GST.  856-7136,8860955.        I27w  ������M  ���81  ���HHHHHHM8I Coast News, July 6, 1992  17  Take Actt'ttutttge cafoar New Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times,  and pay Jot* only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  22   Heavy  Equipment  955 CAT loadei $10,000 885-  2503 ss  Okie! 690A John Deere excavator 2 buckets, funning condition.  $6500 886-8691  ���27W  r    BOBCAT &    >\  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachment! Available  DAY. VVfFK. MONTH  J8G-8538 220-8767  V,   "i "ii       J  John Deeie 440 Skiddei diy  machine. $11,000 885-3670  new  19/6 J.D. 110 backhoe. gd.  cond. $12,900. 886-7372. B85-  5730. ��?9W  3  1974 Dalsun 250/ alpine sleieo,  mags, spinnei hubs, Pirelli lues,  new biakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 886-7378 ss  1989 Dodge Omni 36.000 kms.,  P.T. wananly, $4500 OBO. 886-  8922 ss  1990 Foid Aerostat, XL 7 passen-  gei A-1 condilion. $14,900. 866-  8481. ss  '86 Meicuiy fopar, like new.  $5500.886-2833oi886-7484. ss  1986 Ponliac 6000 4 dr.. 4 cyl..  aulo., PS/PB. powei dr. locks.  AC. AM/FM steieo, $4995 OBO.  886-2111 orB86-9018. ss  CASH PAID  For Some Cars And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  886-2020  TFN  1973 Supei Beetle, $2500 OBO.  883-9234.  ss  I960 Camaro 305 aulo., T-Tops,  Rally rims. $2600. 885-7113.  ss  High Psrlormance Engines -  Gas 8 Propans. Ask sbout our  build It yoursell classes. 886-  9475 Jack. ��27W  1979 Datsun 210 wagon, good  lunning cond., $700 OBO. 885-  5492. ss  1981 Foid Gianada as is. $500  OBO. 866-8095. TFNs  1976 New Yorker, A-1 cond., low  mileage $900 OBO 886-9025 ss  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 lor Ihe  set, wilh coveis, 886-9500 anytime, ss  1974 Oldsmobile. new biakes and  exhausl. Mechanically sound,  $2400 OBO. 885-1943.  ss  1988 MUSTANG G.T  Loaded, like new, 25,000 ks. one  ownei, a teal gem $10,500 Firm.  885-2544. SS  1968 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  aulo/od, 4 dooi, exc. cond.  $7.495.886-7520 01886-2111.SS  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  int/exl., rebuilt engine > Iransmis-  sion. Piiced lo sell $3850 Call  886-8510 altei 6:00 pm.        ss  1981 AMC, aulo. good cond. No  tusl. $2350 OBO 685-1942.    ss  1977 Volvo DL. msty, reliable.  new pails. $750 OBO 865-1942.  ss  1971 Landflover ��� 68 completely  rebuilt. $7500 OBO. PTO Avail.  883-2689. ss  1979 Buick Cenluiy station  wagon, $1500.885-7023.  ��2Bcn  '86 Camaio Mops. P/W. P/T,  P/lks., $6000 Otters. 886-2338.  #27W  I960 Sunbiid PS/PB. sleieo,  alarm, runs and looks greal,  $2600.8B5-9869. ��27W  1975 Triumph TR7, excellent condition, new dual exhausl, radial t/a  low profile tires. Sacrifice $3600  or Hade up oi down lor lamily size  car or 11 ft. camper. 665-9068. ss  1977 BMW $4000. Good condition 1976 TR6, $3500.865-9512.  I27cn  '70 POWER WAGON New tires.  brakes, good moloi. $2500. 865-  9357 TF_N  F/G Dune Buggy. Runs good and  looks good. Lois ol new parts.  Ready lor summei lun! Cai Is in  Gibsons. $4300 OBO. 271-7199.  12801   1987 CRX excellenl cond., $7500  OBO. 8856895 01883-2145.  I28W  '85 Tempo lot paits. damaged  Iront light, otherwise very good  cond. otters. 885-4116.     I28W  1981 Buick Skylark, very good  cond, new front tiies, biakes.  886-3368. I28W  Will Hade 1981 Meicuiy, 4 di.  slai'w loi cartop alum. boal. 865  5646 Leave message.     ��2 7cn  1966 Escort. Top condition. $950  just spenl on new dulch. biakes,  muffler, etc. Compiession exc.  AM/FM cass. good radiais. no  rusl 106,000 kms. Recoids available. $2300. 886-4790 01 886-  9147. ��29cn  1967 Volkswagon Beelle ��� Restor-  able condilion. Besl oiler over  $1100 885-7167. ss  Mechanic's Special ��� 77 Toyola  Corolla. 105,000 kms, body OK  $475 Gvy 883-2750.        I29cn  1987 toyola Tercel, peppy, economical, excellent condition, 885-  5607. I29cn  Supei - Reliable. Low Cosl Cat.  Squeaky clean 79 Olds Royale  Irom Manitoba (no rust) See to  believe. New brakes, muffler, Iront  tires, tune up, 90,000 mi only.  $1400 Firm. 886-8768 after 3:00.  ��27W  1981 black Camaio, $2500 OBO.  886-329001886-3780.      #29W  1981 Fold Escort. $1000. 886-  8646. ��29W  Towing  fully      ;  Insured    ;  Old car recycling,       !  Cash for H2-92 cars  and clean ninncrs  Tree Pick-up  886-7227   Xm?'  19B2 Camaio, '88 lioc Running  gear 8 engine, interior. $5000.1-  977-2059. #27W  1972 Super Beelle $995. 886-  8522 I27cn  1977 Porsche 924 S, silver, sunrool, 4 cyl. Have all receipts since  new $4000 OBO. B83-2756.#28cn  '81 Fiiebird, new tires, engine,  painl, exhausl, elc. A steal at  $2800.666-3140.  #28W  UNDER $1001  1979 3/41 Chev 6/sld  1977 GMC van 305 V8  I960 Sunbird 6/auto  1972 Scamp 6/ aulo  1979 Muslang 4/sld  1981 Citation 6/auto  Dealers leasing 886-7227. #28*  1979 Olds, leg. 98 ne.. lues,  brakes, Ian belts.gd. cond. 885-  2285 alt. 7:30pm.  I27W  1981 Buick Skylark, veiy good  cond, new Iront lires, brakes  $1800. ��28w  1981 Capri 6 cyl. auto, sunrool,  am/lm cassette, asking $2500.  1973 VW Super beetle $2800  OBO. 885-4019. #28cn  1981 Dodge Omni. As is $300  OBO. 885-7968. #29cn  LOW COST  AUTOS  31    For Renl  '64 International 4X4 steel flat-  deck duals, extia moloi. $500  OBO 886-9453. I27W  '79 Foid 12 passenger van. V8  auto good cond. $3295 OBO.  886 7520 oi 886-2111. SS  6 Toyola caigo van $3000. 865-  9888. ��25cn  1977 F250 ciewcab. 351 mod.,  aulo., P'S, canopy spare motoi  and trans. $1600.886-8682.  #27ss  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 ton  pickup, 4.3 Hire V6, PS/PB,  61.000 km., box mat, toolbox,  $8700 885-2836,8867413.   SS  1985 Bionco II 4X4, auto.. CD  player, gd. cond., $7500 OBO.  Days 866-9332 aft. 7 eves. 886-  2983. ss  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 885-5102. ss  1989 GMC Tiacker. 4 wheel  drive, 5 speed. Hardtop. $9000.  886-4599. ss  1981 Foid F250, 4x4 with lock  box $5500.886-4599. ss  1979 black Foid F-100, V6, std.,  PS/PB, lilt, mags, no rust, runs  great, $3200.885-7214.    #28W  Reduced! 1987 S15Chev. Box  liner, tape deck. $4700 OBO. 885-  3982. I29cn  70 Powerwagon 4X4, big block  383 Std., posi., new tires, susp. lilt  $2500 OBO 685-9357.        TFN  Poische 924 good looking car -  wanl lo tiade lor Chevy 4X4 PU  or Blazer in decent shape. 883-  2756. ��27W  25. Campers  1991 30' Citation 5th wheel,  loaded, as new, musl see. 686-  4982. ��26W  20 ft. travel trailer, sell-contained,  $2500.6853512. #27W  10 1/2 fl. Campei, Iridge, slove,  sleeps 4, lacks $1800.885-5571.  12901  1980 Molorliome, 19 ft. ps, ciuise,  new engine, fully equipped exc.  cond, $13,200.686-2062. #29cn  New 1992 19 It. Prowler, trailer,  shower, awning, $13,900. Phone  685-4194. #27W  33' Kustom Koacli deluxe trailer.  Fridge/lreezer, propane cook lop,  wall oven, microwave, lurnace, air  conditioner, lull awning, completely lumished and ready to roll. Very  low mileage. $13.500.883-9371.  12901  23 ft. HcJidaire, veiy clean, $5395  OBO will consider smaller trailer,  17' lo 18' as tiade. Phone 886-  3374. ��27W  15 Tiavel Trailer, good condition.  $1950 OBO. 886-9708     #2701  1979 GMC 3/4 Ion campei van,  Iridge, slove, toilet, sleeps 4.885-  7777. #27cn  19' Aljo Tiavel trailer, redone,  floor/lridge needs work $2750.  886-9047. #29w  91 Prowler as new V8 Power mer-  cruiset FWC view al South Coast  Ford 865-3281. SS  14 It. Hourston 35 HP Johnson.  $800,886-9453. #27W  ���A GO" FISHING 'GOOD BUY*  NOW! Iff Martin Bow Ridei 65 hp  Meic 6 hp, Johnson/Btackel.  roadrurmer trailer, all new canvas,  fish 6 depth tinder, compass, lite  jackets, bumpers, circulating bait  lank, anchoi, chain, tope, extra  gas tanks, paddles, rod holders,  ski tope, wood Irame plus laip.  $6995.885-5112. 12/en  74 -18 1/2 It. Fibertoim 165 HP  OMC, I/O, load runner trailer,  needs upholstery, $2500. 886-  8691. #27W  24' Fibielotm sedan cruiser 188  mercruiser 1/0, dim labs, CB  sounder, dinghy $10,500 OBO.  883-2746 Leave message. #28w  24'Zela 1980 olf shore, 350 Qhev  eng. 260 Volvo, $19,000. View at  Silver Sands Resort, Pendei Harbour 987-8366. #27W  $100 Volvo Penla leg lor pats,  good prop. 886-2512.       #27W  Cash lor 15-17 ft. fibreglass boat,  40-50 hp, soil oi haidtop with  trailer, must be in good condilion.  Jm 8862027 #27cn  1976 26' Cabin boal, sleeps 6,  galley and head, 6 his. on GM  305 engine. New steeling, new  gas lank, newly painled. Owner  leaving Coasl. $5000 Firm. 883-  9362. #27  14' Princecratl, $400 - aluminum  anchoi 6 oars. 885-3510 aft. 4pm.  new  15II. Flying cal on custom trailer,  ready to sail $900, 14 It. Runabout hull on custom trailer $400.  886-7516 #27W  1981 16' Silverline with 50 hp  Meic. OB.easyload trailer, extras.  $4000.886-9202. <27W  Wanted: Boat trailer lor 20' boal.  886-9625. #28w  Crew215211/2'225GMI/DFWC  Lawience x4, DS VHF power  winch, head, ball boxes estras.  $8000.885-9567. ��28cn  Mooiage, RV sites available, Pen,  der Haibour 883-9177 or 883-  9855. #28cn  1988 Grand Am, AM/FM stereo  lape sel, luel injection, luggage  rack extended ASA warranty ���  asking $8500 call Healhet 886-  2352 #29*  197BCelica GT, 4 cyl, 5 spd,  hlbkk, no rusl. Very clean car.  Good clutch, biakes, elc. $1350.  886-7227. ��27cn  1977 Porsche 924 S, Silver, sunrool, 4 cyl. Have all receipts since  new $4000 OBO. 863-2756.#28cn  1987 Merc. Topaz, lull loaded,  beauty Irom the desert. $6,500.  883-2451. #29cn  1979 Dodge ambulance, propre  - lully equipped sirens and hgi j,  886-7859. #2'.  1972 Ford 3/4 Ion, many new  parts, gd. run. gear, $700. 885-  5405. #27W  19B5 Bionco II 4X4 V6 aulo.,  'powet windows, locks steeling 8  brakes, clean, good condition,  $7800 OBO. 886-6871 all. 4pm.  ��26W  1979 Propane Dodge Van, gd.  cond., $3000.886-7848.    ��28W  1989 Mazda B2200, pu tiuck,  31,000 mi/50,000 km. Exc. cond.  iH.D. bumper. Tonneau cover.  'Alarm. $7000.8867098.   #27cn  1965 Dodge Ram. 4 W dr. W150,  $7100.686-6665. #29cn  18 ft. Bellboy hardtop, 120 Merc,  in/out board, trim labs, VHF, CB,  sounder, bail tank, lull canvas,  exttas'tailet, $5500.883-9059.ss  14' canoe, $250; 12' day sailoi  fibreglass. jib and mainsail - bow  sloiage, $750.685-3570.   ��29W  18 ft. Glasspai/head, $1500. 886-  9261. #29W  1981 20' double Eagle hardtop  200 HP Volvo 280 leg, (H-6). Gibsons Marina, $17,500.886-2694.  Galvanized E-Zee loader boal  trailer, 14-16II., $500 lirm. 883-  9078. ��25W  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1989-  1990 Eviniudes. Excellent condition. Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.  TFN  "High Performance Engines'  Gas 8 Propane Ask about our  build It yoursell classes. 886-  9475 Jack. ��27W  Yes! There is a reliable local  propellor repair seivice. 885-  5278. TFN  28 ft.'Baytiner Victoria; Chevy 350  Volvo leg FWC, head, shower,  galley, VHF, CB moored T-Bird  Marina, $15,000.590-2872.#29W  I pay cash for boats IB' to 24',  wood or glass. 885-4031. I29cn  Moorage - Sechell 2 doHais per  loot per month.  Royal Reach Molel 4 Marina  885-7844  24' Fiberlorm cruiser. 255 FWC.  OMC, VB, OMC leg, s/s prop 18  hp. Eviniude, dinghy, sounder,  stand up head, galley, lape deck,  am/lm, cb, suivey papeis. I /  loadei landem trailer. $10,000.  Call 885-7470. #29cn  12' Aluminum boal and new Johnson 8 hp. $1650.885-2342 #29cn  22' Baylinei Command Biidge,  kiches, sounder, lull canvas, new  engine. $11.500.866-2491.Eves.  ���29w  27   Mobile Homes  IfCHEIT MMIH  SURVEYS ITD.  captain nil Harm l  M.CM.NIC.   M.N.A.M.S.I  M.A.B.Y.C.   t Maiine  Surveyors and Consultants!  19' Aluminum LS boal, rebuilt 440  Cry. 10 his. hull exc. cond, many  exlias. $15,000 OBO. Mike 886-  2751. #29cn'  66 HP Maiine diesel, 2.1 gear  hydraulic, completely rebuilt by  allied engine. $4,500. Davidson  17D sailboat (needs TLC) new  sails included. $2,500. Two muslang Commodore floater coals as  new. Medium and large $40 each  and more marine goodies. 883-  9401. ��29cn  19 It. Champion Hard top, cuddy-  cabin, full canvas. Poweied by  898 Mercruiser, fresh water  cooled, 5 Hire V6/198 HP, very  low hours, used mostly lor  mooching, pertect condition, clean  inside 6 out. Asking $11,000.  885-5025. #29cn  12 It. aluminum boal $600,10 ft.  Plywood boat $65.885-7167. ss  12' Miiiocraft, 25 HP, Merc,  calkins trailer, accessories, $3500  OBO. 865-7214, #26W  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  last and in lop condilion, surveyed  value $8500, oilers 8 trades considered. 886-2736 ss  1979 27' Baylinei Victoria C/B.  255-280 Leg, new engine, low  houis, lots ol exlias, $24,900  080.463-8919 oi 463-6959.  ss  16 Davidson sailboat, new main,  new cushions, exc. cond, $3800.  865-9333. ss  M.V. Blacklist,, 24' Owens, well  appointed laige lish deck, Coast  Guaid inspected, teaturing new  Swann auto, anchoi pkg., new  LMS, 200 w/Loian C. new lenders  8 brackets, mooring lines, new  windows, completely telinished  hull and swimgrid, new handrails,  flush mount Fishon rod holders  (5) FWC 318 Chrysler, $8,000.  885-7977, ss  221/2 It. Fibrefore rebuilt leg, low  hrs., runs well. Phone Palra's  2/tor 1 Pizza. Ask loi Mike. 886-  7675or886767l. #29W  19 It. Sealoner Volvo Penla  Calkins trailer needs exhaust  manifold, $3500.886-3457.    ss  Will trade 1985/ 7.5 hp Meicury  outboard, (25 hours) excellent  condition (plus cash) lor 16-20 hp  outboard In equal condition. 886-  8658. TFN  NEW | USED  Good selection on display, open  daily or call lor appt. 866-9826.  Homes starting at $19,900 ready  lor occupai oy, linancing avail.  OAC  S.C.M.H. Park, 1413 Hwy. 101.  TFN  Reduced lo $29.990.24x52 Double w.de moduline, 3 bdim, 5  appl, Vusl be moved by June  30th.86SV9229, #30W  Two bdim. .mil at #24 Big Maple  Adull Park, Sechelt. Very nice  condilion. Five major appis. 888-  6320. #28  Oh STRIKE  WE CAN HELP  We have 3 show homes lo be  sold: 1416 sq. it. double wide .  two 924 sq. ft. single wides. All  homes ready lor immediate occupancy ��� lor information call 597-  3322 or 886-2597. TFN  1973 3 bdrm, 12x68 with laige  addilion 8 deck. $25,000. 886-  4599 ss  By ownei, 12x68 mobile home,  call 886-3039,886-7306.       ss  1976 2 bdim, 12x64 with sundeck, coveied entrance, with  view. $24,000.865-3309.  #29cn  3 bdrm 1974 12x68 mobile home  with large addilion. Lots ol extra  storage space. Perfect foi inexpensive living. Sechell. $26,000.  OBO. Phone 886-2272.     #27cn  1971 12x66, 2 bdrm renovated  mobile to be moved, $21,000  OBO includes new deck, addilion,  shed l/s. 886-9649 #28w  Mobile Home Sales  Branch New modular homes, single 8 double wides lor your lot or  pad. Cuslom orders avail. Competitive pricing. For information  call Nick Poach. 685-6340. #26w  MOBILE HOME SALES  Brand new mobile homes, single  and double wides foi youi lot or  pad. Custom orders available,  competitive pricing. For inlormation call Nick Proach 885-6340.  #27.01  28. Motorcycles  Honda Aspencade, exc.  cond., garage kept, $7500.886-  9595. ss  1982 Yamaha 750 B.V. Twin low  ks., exc. shape, crash bars, lights,  pipes. 865-5405. #27W  1981 Honda CB650 cuslom.  Immaculate 25.600 original K's,  $I2500BO. 886-7378. ss  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  offers. 886-8622. ss  29   Wanted lo Rent  ADVERTISING  FORTENANCY  British Columbia legislation prohibits advertising whach ijscnm-  mates in the rental oi property  For example a peison who  stipulates 'No Children' as a  condrtion ol rental would be in  violation ol the Family Status  and the Human Rights Acts. Ihe  landlord who places tlte advert  isemenl and the newspaper  which publishes it would both be  in conttaveniion ol the legislation  and could have a complaint Wed  against Ihem. The Coast News  will thetetore not accept such  rkscnrririalory ads.  Upper Gibsons - lop $490 toltom  $300 lor both Negotiable wood ��  oil. 2 bdim. 1,000 sq. It. 526-  3858. <29w  Gibsons, 3 bdim.townhouse. 2  balhs, 1500 sq. II plus some  view, 4 appl., new painl, $7507mo.  596472101644-0164.     #27W  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  Don Sutherland ol PEBBLES  REALTY LTD.will support youi  Residential, Commercial or Indus-  trial Inveslmenl. Pebbles provides  a lull service PROPERTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. Call Pebbles at 886-8107 lot details. 3  bdtm. townhouse available July  15,$700/tno.rels. TFN  N/S lemale praters same lor  shared accommodation in my  home, $350/mo. North Rd., Gibsons. 886-8095. TFNs  2 bedroom 6 den. School Road.  Relerences. Heat/cable included.  $625,866-8150. TFN  Quiet secluded space loi RV oi  small trailer, Roberls Creek $200  Also, will share my rural home  and gardens with n/s mature person who enjoys classical music  and art. $350.865-7228   #27cn  For Rent, Uppei Gibsons, side by  side duplex. All appliances. Avail.  July 1. Rent $825. Phone 255-  5470 or 865-3277 #27cn  2/3 Bedroom apt. Furn or non  lum. Available immed. 886-7516  #27W  Immaculate 2 bdim., 2 bath, 3  level adult-oriented supeib view  townhouse In lower Gibsons.  Month to month or lease. Asking  $8507mo., no pels. Call Jean 886-  0170 (lv. mess, il no. answer).  ���27W  Gibsons newer 2 bdrm. single  level townhome, quiet localion,  avail. July 1. Lease required.  $650. Call Susan at 866-3226  #27W  Preler single working lemale lo  share house, 2 bdrm.. 2 bath,  $400 ulils. Ind. 886-8825.  #27W  3 bdrm ��� 1825 sq. It. Upper floor  of New house $1000 monlh or  enlire house wilh 5 bdrms * 3400  sq. ft. lor $1350 t utilities. Avail.  July 1st. Gibsons. 886-8952#27cn  Wanted-Family  3 bdim, 1400 sq. ft. home lamily  room, 1 1/2 baths, 3 appliances.  Available July tst. Uppei Gibsons. $800/mo plus Util. SCMH  Paik. 866-9826 #27cn  Bachelor suile, Gibsons semi-furnished, avail. July 1.885-6009.  ��27W  Basement suile lor rent, 2 bdrms.,  den wilh fireplace insert, 1/2 bath,  large yard, shaied laundry/kitchen  facilities, must be neat/quiet, single lathers welcome. 885-6865.  #27cn  Small I bdim. hoise, lower  Roberls Creek. $450. -no., avail.  July I, rets. 886-4679.      #26W  Beautilul view 1 bdim. apt., quiet,  new, secure, blinds, balcony, car-'  pets, lower Gibsons. Call 886-  3420. ��28W  3 bdrm. house on acreage al  Madeira Park, F/S fireplace,  garage, w/d. $600/mos. 1 -467-  4260. #28W  Spacious, new 3 bdim. town-  house in Gibsons dose lo amenities, sundeck, carport, skylight, 5  appl.. rels. no pels, avail, now.  Call 1-230-4099. #27W  Aug. 1. very clean, quiel shared  accom., utils ind., $350. Christine  886-8277. #27W  K*��Y ' TEREDO SQUARE  kY j Newly renovaled ollice space,  ~"*' 1013 sq. ft. phone 885-4466. TFN  Responsible single, working  woman seeks sell-contained  cabin/cottage lor reasonable rent,  beginning mid-July. Preler Pender  Haibour area. Please call Jane  885-3930 (w) or 883-9007 (h).  TFNs  Professional couple require 2-3  bdrm. unfurnished house, Rbts.  Ck. area by Sepl. 1.886-2332, lv.  mess. #27W  Family of four seek 3 bdim home  in liallmoon Bay area. Rels. Avail.  Ron,665-8801. #28cn  31   Foi Rem  Gibsons 3 bdrm lownhouse, 1 1/2  baths. 5 appl. $775/mo. Avail July  1.8863313. <28w  Quaint oceanview 3 bdim house  to share lowei Gibsons Female  preferred $400 incl utilities Fruit  liees throughout yard. Close to aii  amenities 886-8649. After 5pm  ���28w  Gibsons - Spacious neai new 3  bdrm. 2 1/2 balhs, gouimet  kilchen, 5 appliances, garage  $850 2965215 #28w  Central Gibsons - 2 bdim suile.  l/s. w/d. no pels Aug 1 $650.  596-1669 >29cn  New 2 bdim apt Downtown  Sechell. 885-7606 I29cn  Nice, clean 2 bdim, 2 bath home,  l/p, jet tub, Gibsons. $8O0/mo.  886-7392. #29w  1 bdim suite, Sechelt Village,  $375 plus ulils. Avail. Aug. 1.685-  3962. #29cn  New 3 bdrm, duplex. Ensuite,  1200 sa. ft. w/lanlaslic view. Gibsons $750. Call Craig. 866-2352.  129*  Lowei Gibsons, ground floor, 2  bdrm, birghl $550 plus.  Arthur 885-9859. #29w  I bdrm suile on Beavei Island,  new flooring t freshly painled  $325 - includes utilites Phone  Don 1-855-4926 #29cn  1 bdim bright and dean, laundry,  avail Aug 1,$45CVmo. 8862807.  ���29W  New 1 bdrm bachelor surie. walk  ' to lerry. panoramic view $600.  hydro 6 cable induded 886-7394.  ���29cn  Gibsons - 1 bdim apt Pation in  newer bulding. dose to all amerv  lies $600 includes hydro 298-  5215 I29w  Beech across the street!  This 3 bdrm home has watei view  Irom almosl every roomi Only  $7507mo lo reliable person who  will be responsible loi gardening  ft keeping entire lawn constantly  beautilul Dnve by 5412 Lawson  RTj. (on Hwy) Wesl ol Sechelt.  Then call 1-299-37/8        #29w  Latge toom, share accomodations, hot tub. ulils induded. Gibsons, woiking male pre  leried.$375.886-3779        #29w  dei Harboui. trailer $395 885-  4514. #27cn  Ocean Iront, 2 bdim lumished  home, like new. $B00fmo. 866-  7741 or 688-3773. #29w  Brighl clean 3 bdim furnished  suile upper Gibsons, lop floor  duplex view, sundeck, fireplace,  washer/dryer, non smoking, no  pels. $650* util. 277-6205. #26w  Professional Mini  Storage  New Building  886-8628.  ���29cn  Partial suite with lull house ft  laundry priveleges. Utilities inc.  n/s. Avail mid July $450 month.  886-2679. #28w  NATIONAL REAL  ESTATE SERVICE  Start  at the  TOP!  STEVE SAWYER  Stwiefitf /4U ^ftatx  ��� Residential  'Commercial  'Industrial  1 retirement unit  available  .Restrictions apply.  Relerences  required.  Call Steve  Business  Opportunities:  I .have a number of  very exciting  business  opportunities  available.  Call Me  We will       aw���aaiaaaaa.  * Screen potential renters  * Do moving- In inspection  * Arrange lor maintenance &  repairs  Collect the lent & damage  deposit  Dlspurse renl monies to  owner  * Do moving out Inspection  FOR LEASE  Approximately BOO lo 1300  sq. ft. ol labulous office  space in lower Gibsons  area. Landlord may  provide some leasehold  improvemenls.  esmmweaamam  FOR LEASE  LOCATION!  LOCATION!  LOCATION!  Fabulous retail space  immediately adjacent to  Galiano Market, Sechelt  (Bernadette's Galleries).  Perlect location for your  retail business.  Avoid all the'hassles and  problems and tor just a  pittance,  CALL the Property  Management Expert  STEVE SAWYER at  GIBSONS  REALTY LTD.  886-2277  32   Cominerc  lor Renl  1165sq.ft. retail, Sechelt,three  private offices. $780 nel,  2000,-10,000 squaie feet, exposure, will build to suil  New office space 800-2400 sq. It.  Wilson Creek. $8.00nel  Retail space New Plaza 900-3000  sq.ft. 14.00 nel  Giant Realty  886-3330  TFN  Davis Bay/Wilson Cieek Hall  available, wheelchair facilities, i  885-2752 or 665-9863.     #32W  |  Retail or Ollice Space       |  For Lease  600-1300sq.lt. $300 -$1100  Seaview Place. Hwy 101 Gibsons. Lome. 1-733-9863. Marie  886-7018. TFN  Warehousefollice space Irom  1500 sq.ft. up. Diane 665-2772.  ss  Roberls Creek Hall avail., dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. TFN  |  Are you looking loi space to rent !  in a prolessional building where  receplion, secretarial, word pro- ;  cessing and FAX services are ���  availble il you require Ihem? lo, I  you may wish to considei locating I  at Russell Crum Law Ollice. ;  Inquiries welcome al 886-2207. j  #27W |  STORAGE  Healed, pallatized, gov't  approved. Len Wray's Transler  Ltd. 886-2664. TFN  34. Help Wanted  Assemble lighl products liom  home EASY WORK. EXCELLENT PAY! We provide details 24  houis. (604)623-2380. Exl. #A74.  ���29W  P/lime deckhand on charter boat  M/F sailing experience an asset.  885-7345. #27W  Metio-McNaii Clinical Laboralo-  rles Is an exlensive laboratory  network thai which plays a significant role in Ihe provision ol diagnostic laboratory services in  Western Canada. Opportunities  currently exist loi Medical Technical Assistants In out Sechelt  laboratory. Previous venipuncture  experience, along wilh excellent  communication skills and high  school graduation are required.  Your duties will include venipuncture, RECG's, specimen preparation, and front desk reception.  Available positions are temporary  part-lime {until January 1993), a  nd casual. Qualified candidates  are invited to apply to: Melio-  McNaii Clinical Laboratories, c/o  102-660 West 7th Avenue, Vancouver, BC, V5Z 1B5, Fax 872-  5438. ���  #29cn  Cruise lines now hiring! Photographers, tour guides, casino workers, deckhands and more. Hawaii,  Caribbean, Bahamas. 1-504-646-  4500 exl. 305, 24 hrs., directory  refundable fee. #29cn  Responsible adult, prelerrably  lemale, non-smoker lor part-time  boarding kennel duties. No students. 8866568. #29cn  " - - - -  ���   '���' m a I   ���*-.:��� -���*���*���  - .*..J-..Ba.iT.c.c;..-:j,-v.  -1 -.-:,��.���.'���-������ -'. ������ Coast News, July 6, 1 *>92  Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  34   Help Wanled  Part-time life and fX> stalls coach  wilh couiicelling e*p needed lor  literacy program. Min 2 yrs. post  secondary courses m education  or courceliing preferred Must be  able to work flexible houis, lor 19  hours per *eeh From Sept. 21-  May 26, 1993 Duties include  record-heep��ng and clerical work  Send resume c/o Kasandra Maid-  mentt, School District #46. Conlin-  mug Education. Box 886. Sechell.  BC. VON 3A0 Deadline lor application Sat. July 25.1992   #29W  Responsible outgoing, young per  son to work on gas barge Tor  summertime. Phone Hyak Mamie  686 9011 Maureen.        I29cn  Waitress needed, immediate,  must like people & hard work,  apply at Seaview Gaidens. Over  19 years ol age please.      #2/w  A versatile, mautre. happy person  who enjoys working with people  and has good general office skills  is required to work part-time  Grade 12 or equivalent is necessary Must bo computer conversant, have basic bookkeeping and  effective communications skills.  Duties include correspondence,  record deeping, accounts  payable, and monthly reports.  Experience working with mentally  handicapped persons an asset.  Reply wilh hadwritten letter and  resume by July 17 to: The Administrator, Sunshine Assn. For the  Handicapped. Box 1128, Gibsons,  VON IVO. #29cn  35   Business &  Hone Services  LIQUID VINYL PAINTING  OR  SOLID VINYL SIDING  RELIABLE. QUALITY WORK  FOR THE BEST PRICE  8857618  Whistlers One Ion Truck Setvice  uibtjisti removal, landscaping,  Iree removal, hauling, etc . 7  yeais expenence. Iree eslimales.  86o-?8/0 ��27W  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Constiuclion, Catpentiy Finishing,  Painting. vVailpapei. lliyvaall Ste-  Ian Peny B86-379? MCCfl  NICK'S PAINTING  Small |ob specialist Quality woi*  guaranleed 6B5 63*0,        TFN  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS Wallpaper,  paint, carpentry, dralting, Iree  estimates. Relersnces available.      WM463 TFNs  TREES TREE SERVICE  Dangei Ttee Removal, pruning,  limbing & topping, shaping, land  clearing, logging. Fully  msuied We buy timber 10% discount seniors. 884-5263(24his|  35   Business &  Home Services  B Vaicoe toolings, foundations,  sundecks References available.  865-7977. I28W  Concrete ��� Sptclaliilng In drtvt-  avays, patio*, stairs. inHwlki.  floors, foundations, tipostd  aagrtgstt. NM09S       TFNs  ���THE PAINTER*  SAM  885-3572  eats  Homsominer's Helpline MS-  4788 Anytime  Piopeity   maintenance   and  improvements Call lor iiee eslimales and advice ��29cn  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  A   tourist   information  centie in Gibsons needs  help Iof Hie summer.  Excellent |ob experience  and ttaimng piovided.  Host families are still  needed lor Japanese  exchange students from  July 14- Aug 23. A greal  opportunity lor cultural  growth.  A wildlile cenlre needs  help with garden mainlenance Set your own  houis. All tools &  materials ptovided.  Love lo bake? Lois ol  cookies aie needed lor  the upcoming Anne ol  Green Gables show. All  materials piovided.  FOR THESE AND MORE  OPPORTUNITIES  CONTACT THE  VOLUNTEER AND  INFORMATION CENTRE  AT 885-5881.  A service lunded by tho  Ministry     of     Social  Services.  I   Cartlll.d Saw Fll.r I  Sharpening a Repairs  to all cutting toots Including  Mower Blades a Chalnsaws  Jimlt Harrop  MS Hwy 101 QIMorn SaS-0117  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded t, reliable. 684-5324 oi  686-2328. TFN  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping- Limbing��� DangerTree  Removal, Insuied. Guaranleed  Work. Fiee estimates. 885-2109.  Lawn 1 gaiden Jan 686-0180.  yaid cleanup, spraying shrub S  hedges, pruning gardening.  129  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems? Garden oul ol  conliol? Need tree pruning, hedge  shaping? Friendly, reliable seivice. Fully insuied. Commeicial 1  residenlial. Relerences available.  FRED 666-3526. TFN  DO YOU NEED  Lawn/landscape, maintenance,  wesdeating, btushcutling, rubbish  lemoval, hedge trimming, window  cleaning, etc. Skip 685-4522.  #29cn  Tired ol cleaning? Reliable, last,  lots ol experience. 865-3572.  Usha. I29cn  Computer Spreadsheets Qualified Instructor lor Individual or  group. Evo Marcon. 885-7214.  w.fie.n you  pay for 2  FOR ONE WEEK  in either the Monday  or Weekender edition  up to 10 words  cents for each  additional word.  Births, lost &  founds; Free  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion.  Sure Sell Classifieds  $15 up to 10 words  $1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks,  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew It  by classified deadline ��� Not available for commercial advertisers ,  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Edition Weekender  Noon Friday Noon Tuesdays  Qlbsons 886-2622 Sechelt 885-3930  38   Business  Opportunities  Complttt Boocsl Services  Eicavating - Backfilling  Retaining Walls-Trenching  Landscape Consl ruction  Drainage  (SH538  TFN  Would you like someone responsible and experienced lo clean  youi house' Excellent lelerences  Call Lisa 8B6-O055. I27cn  I oi Sain I nasi' new industrial  tniUng 3700 sq 11 3 bays (1600  sq It. upper storage space, ollice  ������ 'Ha! potential. S24.0OO per year.  Barry 886-8204. ss  Marketing business seeks a lew  good people lot expansion. FT or  PT, no enpeiience necessaiy.  8H5-4064. S28W  NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT  TO THE WAREHOUSEMEN'S  LIEN ACT  Notice is hereby given lhat Ine  sloiage lol held by Len Wiay's  Transfer Lid.. Box 166. Highway  101, Gibsons, BC, in Ihe name ol  Jaye Josephson will be sold al a  public sale loi debts oulstanding  within 30 days ol Ihe second  appearance ol this notice al a  localion designaled by Len Wiay's  TiansleiLtd. I28cn  Slrotiag and willing guy has chain-  saw and tiuck. Odd jobs oi Full  time. 885-7601 oi Eves. Lee oi  message 885-3611 I27cn  Reliable. University student dues  Painting, property improvements.  8 Years experience Refs. Any  size jobs/contracting 885-5846  Leave message. ��27W  Couple will do Gardening House  and Boal deaning. Window washing. William 8860990 Leave message. ��27cn  HOME RENOVATIONS  Interioi/Exterior renovations, additions, decks, demolition, diiittinc,  elc. Free eslimales. Quality guaranleed. Seniois discount Ron  885-8801  #27W  Building Design Services - Custom homes and stock plan  changes ��� addition! ��� renovations ��� subdivision plans. Ron  Jensen A.Sc.T. 885-8801. Cat:  250-8387. M8W  PAINTING  Residenlial, Commeicial  886-3682 ��7W  Log 8 Timbet Ifame home builder  Will build solo or assist owner  885-5322. ��29CN  IN HOME CATERING  Relax. Enjoy youi guests. A la  carte seivice. BBQ speciallies,  sealood delights, for thai personal  touch. Phone 685-3455.    ��28cn  36. Work Wanted  Man with I ton truck will do lubbish removal, demolition, lies  removal, hauling, free estimates.  Pal 885-2870. ��27W  Experienced 16 yi old babysitter ���  Call lor references. 885-7027.  ��29cn  Fireplace lacings, rock walls,  hearths, etc. 885-6026.     ��29cn  Randy's Plumbing Repairs and  New Installations. Rels. Call 883-  2867. K27W  COOL RUNNINGS  Light hauling, tubbish removal,  yard maintenance, rololilling, odd  jobs. 865-3917. TFNs  IN HOME PROFESSIONAL  STEAM CLEANING  Carpels ��� Upholstery   a.  PUWIHIUI 1HUCK M0UNII1)  IDUIPMINI  BISI PtlSSIBU HtSUUS  JUST ASK AROUND'  f  886-3823  A DIVISION Of KIN DEVWES  t SON nooacovEsiNOs  Light moving and hauling, yard  and basement cleanups. Norm  686-9503. ��27W  'BOB'S PAINTING'  20 yis experience, quality woik-  matiship and materials. Satisfaction guaranleed. 885-4804. ��?flcn  Expeiienced paintei, gaidening  and odd job. Call Sieve 685-3276.  37. Child Care  FUNSHINE DAYCARE Daily fun  age appropriate activities lor youi  21/2-5 year old child. ECE certified stall Lie. Facility. 866-3377.  ��34cn  Child caie available for out ol  school, ages 6-10 al Teddy Bear  Daycare. 685-2721. H29W  Molly Mouse Day Caie spaces  available -18 monlhs lo school  age. Fun-lilled caring enviionmeni  wilh early childhood trained staff.  886-3913. ��30  The Kids Slop Cenlre opens Sepl.  6. Hall day ��� 6:30 -1:30. Primary  out of school program. 7-8:30am  and 2:30-6pm. Fiidays Ham-  6pm. For info, Jane Ballance al  885-0845. #28cn  Invitation to Tender  In accoidance with the Ministry ot  Transportation and Highways Acl. Section  49(1). sealed tenders are invited lor the  lollowing: Pio|ect No. 05690-9205/06/07  Location: Hwy DIOI, Gibsons to Fiancis  Peninsula Road. Description: Supply and  placement of 690mm concrete guardrail.  Sealed tenders, completed In accordance wilh  the Conditions ol Tender on the torms provided,  will be received by the Ministry of Transpoitalion  and Highways at 1690 Main Street, North  Vancouver, BC, V7J 1E3 until 2:00 pm (local  time) on July 20, 1992, when tendeis will be  opened In public. A security deposit/surety bid  bond will be required (in accordance with the  conditions of the tender). A pre-tender meeting is  not scheduled.  Tender documents complete with envelope,  plans, specifications and conditions of lender are  available Iree of charge from the Ministry of  Transportation and Highways, Howe Sound  District Office, 1690 Main Street, North  Vancouver, BC or Gibsons Sub-Office, 1016  Seamount Way. Gibsons. BC between Ihe houis  of 8:30am lo 12:00 pm., and 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm.  Monday to Friday, except holidays.  Whete required, payment for contract  documentation shall be made by certified cheque  or money order, made payable lo the Minister ol  Finance and Corporate Relations. All purchases  are non-refundable. For further information  contact Blair Smith at (604) 987-9311, or fax  (604) 660-1200. The lowest or any tender will not  necessarily be accepted.  T,����====Sffam\        B,l,ish Columbia  m        TO  aaaaa .aaa. ^ms. em aaa. w��� Ministry of Transportation  Province of Ministry ol  British Columbia Forests  INVITATION TO TENDER  Sealed Tenders lor Road Construction (1 39 kilometres) on  Ihe East Wilson Forest Seivice Road wilt be received by  the Ministry ol Forests al 7077 Duncan Street. Powell  River. British Columbia. VSA 1W1. until 3:30 pm on July  23,1992.  All enquiries should be made to Trent Meyer or Glen Allen,  Ministry ot Forests Sunshine Coast Forest District. Powell  River Olfice. phone 485-9831, lax 485-4033.  Contract particulars are available from the District  Manager. 7077 Duncan Street. Powell River, British  Columbia. VSA 1W1. Telephone No. 485-9831 or Ihe  Sechelt Field Ollice, 1975 Field Road. Sechell. British  Columbia. VON 3A0. Telephone No. 885-5174.  Tenders must be completed on tha lorm and submitted in  the envelope supplied in accoidance with the Conditions ol  Tender  No Tender shall be considered which contains any  qualifying clauses whatsoever.  The lowest or any Tender will not necessarily be accepted.  Site viewing it considered mandatory and It tchtduM  lor July 16,1992. Interested parties are advised to notify  the Resource Officer Engineering of their intentions to view  prior to July 14, 1992. Transportation to sit* will be  lesponsiblity ol the tenderers  INVITATION TO  TENDER  CANADA MORTGAGE AND HOUSING CORP  Suite 400-2600 Granville St.  Vancouver, B.C.  V6H 3V7  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS  Sealed.tenders will be received by B.C.  Native Housing Corp., agents tor C.M.II.C,  lor the renovation of 4 single family dwellings  in Gibsons, B.C., 2 single lamily dwellings on  Ihe Sunshine Coast. B.C.. 1 single family  dwelling in Powell River, B.C. and t single  family dwelling in Sechelt, B.C.  Specifications and all tender documents are  available for contractors from B. C. Native  Housing Corp., 8th Floor, 736 Granville St.,  Vancouver, B.C., VfiZ 1G3, Ph. 688-1821.  Tenders will be received at the office of B.C.  Native Housing Corporation not later than  2:00 p.m. (local time), Monday July 20, 1992.  THE LOWEST OR ANY TENDER WILL NOT  NECESSARILY BE ACCEPTED  Questions are to be directed to Susan  Christine or Debbie McMurtry ol B.C. Native  Housing Corp. at 688-1821.  BCYCNA  BRITISH  COLUMBIA  ANDYUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  260  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear In more than 100 communily newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THE COAST NEWS AT 8B6-2622  lor it  $195"  W.70 each additional word  AUTOMOTIVE  Engines rebuilt from $995.5  year 100,000 kms warranty.  Bond Mechanical serving  B.C. for 27 years. Phone 7  days,8a.m. -8p.m. (604)872-  0641 .Tdl-free Mon-Fri 1-.300-  663-2521.    CANADA ENGINES LTD.  Quality rebuilt engines: cars,  light trucks. 6 cylinder from  $995.8 cylinder from $1,095.  5 year, 100,000 km limited  warranty. 7 days 580-1050,  1-800-665-3570, 856-5828  evenings.  Goverrment seized/surplus  vehicles. U.S./Canadian law  as $100. BMWs, Cadillacs.  Chevs, Fords, Mercedes,  Porsches, trucks, vans.  Amazing 24-hr recorded message reveala details  (416)482-3000 copyright  1011.   PUBLIC AUTO-TRUCKAUC-  TION every Tuesday 6:30  p.m. and Saturday 12:00  noon. Over 600 cars & trucks  every week. Sell your car or  come as a buyer. First time  customer, this ad worth $50  In tree services. 12742 King  George Highway, Surrey,  B.C. Into: (604)580-0011.  AMAZING SPACE-AGE  PRODUCT. D1 7700 SOLAR  CAR BATTERY CHARGER.  Jumper cables not required.  Simply place panel on dash -  plug Inio cigarette lighter. Rain  or shine, natural rays of sun  recharge battery. 5 year warranty. $39.95 to  SILVERTREE IMPORTS,  Box 37063-2930 Lonsdale Avenue, North Van, B.C., V7N  4M4.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  You too can start your own  vinyl sundeck business. Full  or part time, you decide.  $3500 gets you all you need  lo enter this highly lucrative  Industry, plus you get the sup  portofCanada'slargeet group  of licensed dealers.  1(604)660-1200.  WESTERN CANADIAN  SCHOOL of auctioneering,  next course July 27 - Aug. 8/  92. For free brochure call  (403)250-1286 or write to #5,  2003 McKnighl Blvd., N.E.,  Calgary, T2E 6L2.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  SALES, SALES, SALES.  Earn 60K a- per annum. Must  have a proven sales record.  Advancement available for  the correct Individual. Call  Mr. From at 765-5480.  Sunshine Coast. Excellent  business opportunity In a  growing community. Milk  home delivery service.  Grossing $270,000+. Call  Brian (604)886-3644 eves.  National Home Owner Marketing franchises available In  B.C. Compiele set up and  training. Real Estate license  not required. Minimum Investment 20K. Phone  (604)637-4960.   BUSINESS PERSONALS  ADD A LITTLE SPICEI B.C.  College Roommates - Cindy,  Wendy and Lisa - have exciting Personal Photos ol themselves for sale. For discreet  Info writ* to: Spice, Box 670-  GB, Kelowna, B.C. VIY7P4.  Adults only please.   EDUCATION  OUT OF WORK? Trained  Apartment/Condominium  Managers needed. Government licensed, correspondence certification course has  assisted thousands to find  emptoyment. Free brochure:  (604)681 -5456 or 1 -600-665-  8339.  FOR SALE MBC.  TANKS! TANKS! TANKS!  Poly tanks for ralrVwell water,  summer storage, chemicals.  Lowest prices. Warranty.  Premier Plastics Ltd., #107-  917 Cliveden Avenue, Delta,  B.C. V3M6E8. Call collect  1(604)540-9090.  CONTROL MIGRAINES.  BACKACHES. Palnleaselec-  trlcal stimulator Invented by  doctor-acupuncturlat for  home use. 10 Canadian hospitals now using It. Inquire  TOLL-FREE 1-800-667-  8367.  Buy memorials direct from  manufacturer at wholesale  prices. Write for free brochure: "Young's Memorials  and Stoneworks*, 4348 Main  Street, Winnipeg R3C4A3.  Phone (204)338-3938, Fax  (204)338-1049.  FOR SALE MISC.  Dump, water and service  trucks $6,950 and up. Dozen: D-6.D-8S, four with 6  way blades $16,000 and up.  Loaders: Cat and John Deere  (920) $24,500 (966C)  $38,500. Low beds, High  boys, Reefers and belly  dumps $6,950 and up. Excavators, Hitachi and Komatsu,  $43,000 and up. Call Vic or  Ed 493-6791.  Are you starting a business?  Invest $24.95 In your Business Planl Quick, easy, step-  by-step instructional guidebook. Price effective until  June 30lh. Call Emily collect  (604)563-9588.   GARDENING  ONE STOP GREENHOUSE  SHOP, B.C. Greenhouse  Bunders Lid., 7425 Hedlsy  Ave., Burnaby, B.C. V5E2R1  FREE BROCHURE. Aluminum/Glass or Aluminum/  Acrytlle SOP, Double walled  GREENHOUSES Solariums  and complete tne ol Greenhouse Accessories. Telephone (604)433-4220, Fax  433-1285.  HELP WANTED  GM Dealership requires Parts  Manager. GM experience  preferred bul not necessary.  For more information contact  Bi Suivan at Sullivan Pontiac  (604i645-2244.   B.C. Fraser VaHey GM dealer  requires an experienced self-  moliMed partsman. Must  be customer conscious. Our  award winning company offers a competitive salary,  good benefits plus Chilliwack  Is a great place lo live. Can  Kevin PitreatMertinGM, 795-  9104 or home, 8584488 (at-  lor 7 p.m.).      We need you lo sell toys &  gifts tor C �� M Gifts. NO  INVESTMENT, NO DELIVERIES, no collection. Call  1(519)258-7905 or Fax  1(519)258-0707 tor free info.  Wanted. SERVICE ADVISER  preferred with dealership experience, organized, good  liandwrttingand people skills.  Wages negotiable.  Partsperson/Parts manager  must nave Chrysler-ADP experience. Apply In own hand-  wriing to Box A, Cariboo Observer, 188 Carson Ave.,  Ouesnel, V2J 2A8.  WANTED  WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE.  24* Cedar shake blocks. We'll  paytop$$. Please call 462-  7335 or 854-0096.  MOBILE HOMES  BUY FACTORY DIRECT.  Save thousands on dealer  mark-up. We will custom build  mobile homes to suit your  needs. Doubles, singles,  modulars. Phone for details.  Noble Homes, Edmonton:  (403)447-3414, (403)447-  2333.  OFFICE RENTALS  Vancouver Office by Ihe hour,  day/week. Fax, Photocopier,  telephone, computer, mailing  address. Affordable. Great  Idea for occasional visitors.  Call to discuss your needs,  Gord9565 152AStreel, Surrey, B.C. V3R8E7 (604)589-  6848 Fax 589-1398.  PERSONAL  The government owes you  money If no tax returns filed In  any of last seven years and It  onwelfare or low income senior or working person. Contact L. Houtman, Room 204  122 East 14th Street, North  Vancouver, B.C., V7L 2N3.  Jean (Batty) Watson born  Vancouver06/15*30 Desires  conlact - lamily history.  Mother-Gladys. Sister-  Helene. Uncte-Watiam. Aunt-  Rose. Write Box 317, Mahone  Bay, N.S.BOJ 2E0.  REALESTATE  ASHCROFT MANOR - has  struck gold! Money Making  tourism business that can't  be compered throughout B.C.  Historical Roadhouse Museum, arts & crafts - Teahouse - 8 Residences - 3.67  Acres. Trans Canada Hwy  on the "Gold Rush Trail". Up  to 25% return. Call Marnie  Adam ski, Royal LePage453-  2266.  Thinking of moving to the  Kelowna area? For compli-  rr.r.ntary Real Estate information contact Melanie at  Statesmen Realty, Box 336,  1980 Cooper Road, Kelowna,  B.C. V1Y 9G8 (604)861-  5122 Fax (604)861-5722.  REALESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  lor unpaid taxes. Crown Land  availability. For Information  on both write: Properties,  Dept. CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa, K2C 3J1  40 acre Lake Okanagan view  property. By Predator Ridge  Golf Course. Subdivldable.  Must sell $139,800 (604)868-  8122 or Box 1056 Station A,  Kelowna, B.C.  Thompson River Estates.  Valley View lots. 3/4 8,1 acre  lots, 5 8 10 acre lots. 1 only  5 acre lot on the Thompson  River 30 mln. west of  Kamk��psontheTCH#1. Call  collect 1(604)373-2282.  RECREATIONAL VEHICLES  R.V.'s New a Used,  Motorhomes, Fifth Wheels,  Trucks, Trailers 6 campers.  Trade-up or Trade-down al  Butler Auto 1 R.V. Centre,  DL5333, Kamloops, B.C.  2405 E.T.C.H. 86 Call Now  372-5518.  SEMINARS  OSTRICH SEMINAR and  Trade Show. Slockmen's  Hotel, Kamloops 1 3722281,  June 20, 1992. 830 a.m. ���  430 p.m. $20 P.P. Pre-  reglsler, Bonnie 1-8886760,  Rob 1-549-3303. Sponsored  by B.C. Ostrich Association.  SERVICES  Major ICBC and injury claims.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer for  24 yeara. Call collect:  (604)736-5500. Contingency  fees available. Injured in B.C.  only.  SPORTS EOUIPMENT  TRAMPOLINES. Buy direct.  Huge 13xt3 only $995. 16'  round superlump only $895.  Delivery and setup included.  14' rounds from $399. Parts/  repalrs/rentals/pay plans.  222-1263 or toll-free 1-800-  663-2261 Mon thru Sat.  S.R.A. Win a Trampoline.  TRAVEL  Coming to Vancouver? We  have rates from $49.95 dally.  Weekly rates available also.  BLUE BOY MOTOR HOTEL.  Call 1-800-663-6715. Full  hotel facilities, casino,*, bowling. Coast News, July 6, 1992  19  ephemera  5YKARSAGO  A bunting hydro pole was the  result of a Grantham's Landing  resident ignoring the burning  ban. Fortunately the blaze was  extinguished with a garden hose.  The increase of garbage in  and around Haslam Lake by picnickers and amateur fishermen  has alarmed the Pender Haibour  District and Wildlife Society.  This is a primary source of  drinking water for most of the  district of Pender Haibour and  should be preserved not polluted.  Aquarius Seafarms won a  quiet victory over bureaucracy  last week which caused the  board of directors of the SCRD  to hold a special meeting to  hastily rewrite Bylaw 96 that  involves Ihe cleaning of fish in  an area zoned R-3.  10 YEARS AGO  A series of meetings have  been held between representatives of various theatre groups  on the Toast to give new ideas  to bring a decent theatre facility  onto the Sunshine Coasl.  Acting on information  received, Sechelt RCMP have  seized $10,000 worth of stolen  goods after searching a residence on Redrooffs Road.  Charges have been laid against  five local adult males.  The first annual Gibsons  Mini Triathlon got off to a cal-  culatedly wet start lasl Thursday  morning when eight energetic  souls plunged into the waters of  Porpoise Bay. After the half  mile swim, entrants cycled for  15 miles, then ran for five miles  to finish at Ihe Gibsons swimming pool. All of Ihe entrants  ranging in age from 13 to 29  were pleased with the course  and the way ihe race was run.  m  a '_m  ii  f  . )���  |Vk  SPCA NEWS  'iSa^LmmmW  This adorable  ���1  i  *^H  W S^mm.      j,  four-month-  old, neutered  mm^L^^^^m  1       K  male Is a  tajfffffffarJA.          *-     s  patient waiter  ���T-  \w  but needs a  home soo.  ^^���Tf  1    m  Remember, the  SPCA always  mW  v ���  has cats and  dogs in need or  Hr.  0*  homes. Call the  SPCA at 885-  4771 to care.  Golden Girl nominations  The Coast News will be sponsoring the Sea Calvacade  GOLDEN GIRL again this year to honour the woman  60 years of age or better who most portrays the spirit of  Gibsons.  Qualities like an indomitable pioneer spirit and  generosity toward  the community would undoubtedly  be part of our Golden Girl, along with any number of  her own unique attributes.  Nominate your candidate by submitting 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, Box 460, Gibsons BC, VON IVO or drop off your  submission to our Gibsons office at 537 Cruice Lane or  our Sechelt office at 5521 Cowrie Street.AH entries must  be received by noon Wednesday, July 22.  15 YEARS AGO  A storm of controversy  breaks oul in a Roberts Creek  meeting over a proposal that  industrial land be set aside in  Roberts Creek.  Heallh Minister Bob McLel-  land visits old friend John  Cavanagh, proprietor of the  Cedars Inn.  Driver Susan Bunyan poses  wit Maureen Kirby and Agnes  Labonle of the Sunshine Coast  Communily Resources Society  along with the newly acquired  mini-bus.  25 YEARS AGO  Property for sale: In Robeits  Creek, three bedroom house on  three quarters of an acre with  stream and highway frontage,  $7500; in Gibsons, one and  three quarters of an acre with  well kepi three bedroom home,  lots  of bright  airy  space,  $12,000 wiih $5,000 down.  35 YEARS AGO  The second annual Egmont  Marathon Swim was won again  by Lillian Black, last year's  winner.  The course is across the inlel  and measures just over a mile. It  is rugged enough to tax the  endurance of any swimmer due  to the tide run out of the  Skookum Creek rapids and the  extremely cold water.  45 YEARS AGO  Bonniebrook Lodge at  Gower Point has been taken  over by Lieutenant Colonel and  Mrs. W. Winston Miar. The  couple intends to make Ihe  lodge their home.  In future il is iheir intention  to make il a year round business.  Its attractive location makes the  lodge an ideal place lo spend a  comfortable holiday.  us Community Television   WITH ('(MST FORD  lierliileCoiiilesu ol }yJV *** \,Y' V ���*. ' V"U'  Itosday, July 7  7 pm  Elphinstone Secondary School Graduation Ceremonies  Taped June 22 in the Elphinstone Secondary School Gym.  9:30pm  Chatelech Secondary School Graduation Ceremonies  Taped June 24 in the Chatelech Secondary Gym.  Wednesday, July 8  7 pm  Coast Interfaith  Beverly Peters and Maria Kaltio  discuss their trip to  Western Samoa.  7:30pm  Stones, Bones & Butter Churns  Producer Laurel Suko takes us for a look at tools from the  past. Taped on location at the Gibsons Pioneer Museum  8:15pm  "I Am A Camera" #1 in the beginning.  Due to popular request we are repeating the series on photographer Ken Bell.  8:45pm  State of the Art...Papier Mache.  _  .. Thursday,July9  7 pm  Forests for Ihe Future  Join Angela Kroning and Robin Archdekin for a tour of Ihe  Canfor seed orchard in Davis Bay.  7:30pm  Sechelt Celebration Days  Full coverage of the parade and other highlights round out  our coverage of this years annual event in Sechelt.  8:30pm  "I Am A Camera" #2 World War 2  Ken Bells photographic work during the war.  CHANNEL ELEVEN  SHOPPING MARINE SERVICES  HARBOUR  BOAT TOPS  883-2929  7r>/M, Tatps &(Uwers  Ufxtetery & Hepain  Kenmar  Draperies  NEEDLECRAFT SUPPLIES  883*2274  MADEIRA  MARINA  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing Store  8c Lotto Centre  10% OFF Km ALL SENIORS  Madeira Park Centre  frUiat'&eMlf'd  MARINA  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Product*  883-2253  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  1 /a Mta at NoaaTaa or OAaaoCN bav no  Hwy. lOI 883-9941  883-2888  PcitderHarbour'iCa-NLY  Full Un* Sporting Good* Stor*  Francla Penlniula Plica  Corner of Sunahlne Coaat Hwy. a  Francl* Penlniula Rd 883-2763  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 5804321  CALL COLLECT  Paandar Haibour, B.C. 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  NEED  THIS  SPACE?  CALL DENISE AT  885*3930  DINING  ROOFING  lein  Tar at Gravtl, Shake*, Shlnglei,  Metal Root*, Torch On, Duroid*   ,83-9303  Peninsula Power  & Cable Ltd.  High and low votegs povwr Hon  Cert 7111  Ray Hansen Trucking  & Contracting  Gravcti Clearing  Septic System*  883-8222  Hugh W. Jones  LAWYER  883-9525  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX:883-9524  Ever have some  important papers  you need to send  RIGHT NOW?  Not overnight,  or later today.  We're talking  NOW!  Ok, there's a  better, and  faster way!  mm  IN GIBSONS, FAX TO  886-7725  IN SECHELT, FAX TO  885-3954  Send; S3 per first page, Si each  additional page, plus phone charges.  Receive: SI per page (Up to 8>/2Xl4)  COAST^NEWS  885-3930  Cowerie St  Sechelt   886-2622  Cruice Lane  Gibsons  Notice Boar  d  M  ��� Ongoing events must be updated monthly  ��� We reserve Ihe right lo edit submissions for brevity  * All submissions should refer to non-profit events of genuine community interest  * Ilems will he listed Ihree weeks prior lo Ihe event.  nt******  The Sunshine  Coast News  MONDAY, JULY 6                        Sachelt Star Search Auditions foi Sechelt                            TUESDAYS  Celebration Days. Open to ages 13 to 21. For    _,_.,,               .  .               ...  Sunahlna Coaal Art* Council sponsoring the    mlo 885-9091.                                         26      F,rel Tuesday ol every month, local art rental &  Yu-Tsal Elementary School Choir Irom Taiwan                                                                          aataa ���' Sunahln* Coaal Art Canlr*. Open 2-  at Ravens Cry Theatre and 7:30 pm. Tickets    Chalalech Secondary School Seeking    6pm. Collee setved. Original works by Sunshine  available at Ravens Cry Theatre and outlets,    donated books. Please drop oil al Shadow Box    Coast artists lor sale or rent; any donalions ol  $10 each.                                                         Gallery.                                                  26      unused llamas gratefully accepted. 885-5412.26  WEDNESDAY, JULY 8                     Elphln.ton. Pioneer Museum is open seven                           THURSDAYS  CO... Potter. Guild Meeiing 7:00pm a,    ��ngBkEr^eSrL^ed'a5,,a7r6    J? *t*2* S^KESn'S  Potters' Studio, North Road.                       31      Winn Road In Holland Pari, acio.s Irom    ��* �� f V,F��*J ������"JJJ ~^rTm  G bsons Post Office. For info 886-8232.       26             *      .���',���_                     rv       ,-  SATURDAY, JULY IS                                                                                           necessary. 885-7770.                               28  Totem Lodge ��� Everyday Is visiting day al    ,��.   w.i_h| i oaa Sunnort Qrouo meets  Q K. Car. Cenl*, AU.....-V Annu.1 Oam taa.     Tolem Lodge. VW .he pioneer, o. you, commu-    ����� ���$* J*�� J^loWoamm  Kiwanis Care Home, 1:3O-3:30pm, Price $3.50       nlty.                                                      26      Rd��� Gibsons. Info: 886-7159.                    26  Folk D.nclnj at Robeils Cieek School,    A- ���    Chni<r.n    of    alcoholic,    or  SATURDAY, JULY 25                     Community Use Room. Every Tues 7:00 - 9.00    SJ.functlon.l Famlll.. meet al the Action  pm. Fee $3.00 Drop in, everyone welcome. 26      ronim in "iavhaaii 7tn. o-nonm                Dfi  ATTENTION KIDS!! Prizes and Fun! Pel Dog                                                                          L8n"e*S8chtMI''30  900pm                ZB  Show at Dougall  Park.  Pre-register  ��    The Int.r-Aetlve Video Bu.ln... Dl.c                              FRIDAYS  Sunnycrest Mall. 5-12 years old. For further    Progr.m is now available at Ihe Sunshine  Information please call Fran Bullock 886-8659.       Coast Business Development Centre, ��205-    United Church Thrift Shop in basement ol  31                                                                   5710 Teredo Square, Info 885-1959.           26      church oft Truman Rd., open Fridays, 1 to 3 pm.  MISCELLANEOUS                                                    MONDAYS  ui. j ,   .ma     < v   at. r     a.             Gibaona P*n��lon.rs Org Branch #38 Tia Chi  Sechelt Public Llbr.ry Summ.r Reading    * ���l*����� J*"^^emm^maa^emmrl    al 1:30 and cards at 7:00 Pm ,or seniors al  Program 6 Wednesdays starting July 8 - Aug     M��nda!' nl?ht ****** ��>00ple m[come' 9,��"    Harmony Hall every Friday. Info 886-9619 or  12lrT 1:30-2:30 al library. Children aged 6-12    885-6036, lor more info.                           26      g^gon,,                                               26  welcome. More Info 885-3260.                   31      Seniors' Branch 69, C.rp.1 Bowling, Mondays                           SATURDAYS                             ��  ._.,��.            _       , ,  a, .       .     1:30 pm. Exercise with Joan Frembd Mons. S                           w-.iuniw-.io                             .  S^!LSSSSI^u^!lUnVll^^UlS    Thursdays-11-12.                                  26      Youth Drop In Cnler. Grade 7 and up. Come  26th. Monday lo Friday (ages 6 to 11 yrs old) lor                                                                            ^         ���'    .        ..,, D   , n.vHRoad  more Info please call Tracey Jardine. 885-2454.     OvereMr. Anonymou. 7.30 pm. Holy Family    !��� 9�� f.�����i           ��                  '        ,���  27                                                                  Church Hall., Sechell. Phone 885-2108 or 886-     '"'" uupm'  .._      ,    .   o   u ,.    j....         4781 lor details.                                      26                              SUNDAYS  The Parent Tot Drop In In Sechelt and Wilson  Creek is now closed lor summer break. Will    Adult    Children    of   Alcoholic,    or    The Sun.hlns Coaat Stamp Club meet 7:30  reopen In October 1992. The Gibsons Drop In    Dy.lunctlon.l Famlll.. meel al SI. Mary's    pm iS| and 3rd Sunday at Sechell Library,  will remain open 111 the end of June, on    Church Hall In Gibsons, 7:30 - 9.                26      Phone 885-3381 or 685-7088. Open lor all  Wednesday and Friday Only, 9:30 to 11:30 am.                           a w,..i,.,���.��� rrn,.���i. iinminn    a9��8-                                                    2U  Gibson UnBed Church For info call 686-8648 or    SunaMn. Coast "Mk^Par^ Meeting      -"  ���. ���-,                                                nn      for parents concerned aboul their children s                                 3_ft  0<K>"0Ov"'                                               CT     drug �� alcohol use. 807 Kiwanis Way, Gibsons.                                  w^  7:30 pm. For Info call 886-2423.                 26 20  Coast News, July 6, 1992  mew ��?AHC  gm  w  .#4  iv  ���**     LINO      __  ,      .   ������"'''-������a,  /^candide-vcoplon  roll ends  $joo  1 SO. FT.  CUSHION FLOOR  ��>'6,17: ROLLS     ���  SQ.FT.  t  . FLOOR "pc^nc  SALE  RETURNS  . rfUM��R BACK '  KITCHEN PPIIOTS  ���5 ^C ROOM      #  CARPET  00 IT roUKSELF  AKiD SAVE  lv, ��� .*.,.^��*,"m,'*,,-*,��m.    ����W"-------��*jK '  -Si  1  V  W\letUvwast  Slight flaws at the factory means      . ? ���-���,��� ���  BIG DEALS r*����t*r>s  FOR .YOU!  I o^,,  .��� JT^*0      V.     f    TO GOOD TO  WW% DISCONTINUED V  Af TRUE T  1 "* ^ CARPET LINES 4cokap t-.fc  ^AVE ! GAVE! SAVE ?}X^  G0%  CQMT&ICTDGS  TAKE A/OT��  .,   0NYouRF,A^^��k  I   ^ST CHAMCE FOR  ^rsrsoo  MMMMMMIIi  J


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