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 Legislative Building  parliament Bu.il'litisa  VICTORIA. B.C.  V8V 1X5  Attention:Rod Cardin  94.09!  lOAST  50 cents per copy on newsstands  August 1,1994 Volume 48 Issue 31  ������������������������������������  mV ...    *  ^^'^_*1^__\_ml  "���', J-*t '"'���i '���'���'->,,S*'W'*  .  ���~n"U*;--:   *        i.  Sandy beaches  the future  for  Sechelt's  Trail Bay?     o  Last of the  Coast's  Clayoquot  protesters  appear  in court       q  ROBERTS CREEK:  celebration  ensues as ICG  removes  propane  tanks  from  esplanade  7  PENDER HARBOUR:  Madeira Park  finally gets  abank .  machine     11  Widow of artist  Peter Paul Ochs  expounds on  husband's  talent       4 0  BC forest  renewal  plan  sparks  concern,  questions  on Coast  by Darah Hansen  Representatives with Forest  Renewal BC ��� Ihe province's  newest Crown corporation ���  kicked off their first week of  business lasl week by answering  questions and taking direction  from communities around the  province, including the Sunshine Coast.  Roger Stanyer, chief executive officer of the newly formed  corporation and chair of its  interim board of directors, was  in Sechelt Thursday (July 28) to  hear the opinions of local residents regarding the Forest  Renewal Plan.  The plan, announced last  April by Mike Harcourt's NDP  government, is expected to  pump two billion new dollars  into provincial silvicultural programs at a rate of $400 to $600  million per year.  The money is lo come from  increased stumpage prices.  Questions from the Sechelt  meeting last week ranged from  general inquires into how and  when foresl renewal money will  be distributed throughout the  province to specific concerns  regarding the restoration of former Coast logging sites such as  the Chapman and Gray Creek  watersheds.  Stanyer said the corporation  is currently up and running but  would likely nol begin to process applications for foresl  renewal programs until later in  Ihe year.  He said before any money is  distributed, discussions among  the corporation's board of directors will take place to determine  the criteria on how local funds  will be spent.  "This is not a social program," Stanyer said to the  crowd of approximately 50 people present at Thursday's meeting.  "We want to get money back  into the communities...(but) firsl  of all, the work has to be valuable, work lhat needs to be  done."  Roger Stanyer, chief executive officer and Interim chair of the recently created provincial crown  corporation in charge of BC's forest renewal plan, talks about bow his oflice will operate. Stanyer was  at Greenecourt Hall Thursday evening with MLA Tom Perry to present the plan and Held questions.  Joel Johnstone photo  Stanyer urged community  residents to support the Forest  Renewal Plan, warning if they  didn't, the government could  choose to "back off" the plan  and use the anticipated $2 billion from stumpage increases in  other programs.  Meanwhile, members of the  interim board of directors for  Foresl Renewal BC say they are  hopeful the plan will serve to  increase employment in the BC  logging economy as well as  benefit the environment.  "It's obvious there is some  potential here to make significant changes in the way we care  for the forests in BC," said Ann  Hillyer, a lawyer with the West  Coast Environmental Law Association.  Joanne Kineshanko, mayor  of Lumby and member of the  Okanagan Forestry Community  Coalition, added, she's "excited" with the plan.  "For once (the government)  is saying stumpage should actually be returned to the (logging)  industry."  The interim board currently  consists of nine people selected  from around the province as  well as two government cabinet  ministers.  According to a government  press release from the office of  the premier, its make-up is  intended lo reflect a "broad geographic and sectoral cross section of the province."  The board ��� which represents Native, environmental and  logging concerns ��� does nol  have a member sitting from the  silvicultural community.  That's an omission Dirk  Brinkman, president of the  Canadian Silvicultural Contractors Association, said he hopes  to remedy by next year's establishment of the permanent  board.  Health unit reduces 'traditional' services  by Ian Cobb  Over-worked staff and extra  programs are forcing the Coast  Garibaldi Health Unit to restrict  services.  Citing an ever increasing  workload and added "priority"  programs (ie. tobacco sales legislation)," the health unit warned  the Sunshine Coast Regional  District (SCRD) thai "response  times" on services and programs  will be cul back.  The warning came through a  letter received by the SCRD during a July 28 board meeting.  "At present, Environmental  Health Officers are spending a  disproportionate amount of time  on land management programs  and miscellaneous services to  the detriment of our health related regulatory mandates in such  areas as food, drinking water  and swimming pool safety,"  reads the letter, signed by R.D.  Watson, chief environmental  health office.  The announcement was greeted with scorn by Gibsons mayor  Eric Small.  "Quite frankly, it really disturbs me wc have a letter from a  government agency saying they  "Quite frankly, It  really disturbs me  we have a letter  from a government  agency saying tbey  can't do their Job'  ���Eric Small  can't do their job," he said.  SCRD chair Peggy Connor  defended the health unit saying  it is only battling along with  what the Ministry of Health has  given them to work with.  "These people are run off  their feet," Connor said.  Both Small and Area E alternate director Dick Derby scoffed  at the health unit's statement  that having to deal with new  tobacco sales legislation is keeping them from providing more  traditional services.  "They're Irying to pass their  problems on to us," Small said.  "They've gol to monitor who  is selling tobacco to whom,"  Connor noted.  Among the services restricted  by the health unit are, as outlined in their letter: investigation  into sanitation complaints  (garbage, rats, etc), enteric  (intestinal) disease investigation  unless association with outbreaks, reduced participation in  local area committees with the  exception of Waste Water Management Planning, and a reduction in routine school inspec  tions. The health unit will also  reduce the number of routine  inspections of personal service  establishments such as tanning  and hair facilities and cut back  on the routine inspection of  summer camps and industrial  camps.  Response to referrals from  other agencies and sewage disposal complaints (unless there's  a health hazard) will see reductions as well.  In addition lo culling back  service, the heallh unit is asking  local governments to assist them  in providing water quality sampling programs for area beaches  which have a history of "significant risk." These will be the  only beaches tested for water  quality.  "In order lo attempt lo provide a reasonable level of service in high priority health programs, as no additional resources are anticipated, we had  no alternative but to consider  these actions," Weston said.  Small suggested the SCRD  write a letter to MLA Gordon  Wilson noting dissatisfaction  with the expected delays in service.  Sechelt  wrestles  with fire,  land  clearing  issues  by Jane Seyd  The idea of banning open  land-clearing fires in the District of Sechelt is back on the  front burner.  Following complaints from  residents about smoke and  falling ash, Sechelt Council is  once again looking at alternative ways to get rid of wood  waste.  Last week, a group of local  contractors hoping to combine  business with more environmentally-friendly methods  attended a meeting at the district to explain their proposals  for hoggers, chippers and air-  curtain burners.  Several sites would be needed around the Coast to collect  wood from land-clearing, they  told environment committee  chair Rosina Giles.  Operators of those sites  would charge fees to drop off  material.  The wood waste would then  get disposed of by chipping or  hog-fuel machines which  would probably be rented and  transported around to different  sites.  Already two operators in  Sechelt, including Robert  Stockwell and another contractor with property on Norwest  Bay Road, have said they're  interested in setting up a business.  On the lower end of the  Coast, contractor Ken Fiedler  is seeking approvals for a site  which would involve a combination turning wood into hog  fuel for Port Mellon and burning it in a special air-curtain  burner.  The burner incinerates wood  at between 1800 and 2000  degrees F, reducing it to five  per cent of its original volume  but with much less smoke than  conventional burning, said  Fiedler.  Some concerns about the  new disposal methods were  also raised by district residents  at the meeting.  Sheila Fletcher said she is  concerned about the potential  fire hazard in accumulating  wood waste on the sites and  about the possibility of accidental bums.  Several residents said operators of the sites should be  required to put in fire protection measures.  Linda Williams also raised  the issue of noise from hoggers  and chippers operating near  residential areas: "They're very  large machines."  Sechelt Fire Chief Bill  Higgs said Ihe alternatives to  land-clearing fires are heading  in Ihe right direction.  So far, though, cost is still  an issue.  An acre of land which costs  $2,000 to $3,000 to clear by  open burning might cost  $12,000 to be cleared Ihrough  chipping and a special burner,  said Fiedler.  The sites are also not cheap  for operators to set up.  Currently, the Port Mellon  co-generation plant has a surplus of free hog fuel from  wood waste already available,  says mill manager Don Stuart.  If Coast contractors got disposal sites up and running,  however, the mill would likely  be able to make some arrangements for using the material.  Sechelt council recently  voted lo re-consider its burning  bylaw which currently allows  for land-clearing fires.  _ Coast News, August 1, 1994  P^��  news  'Pay or evening courses  ���Courses starting weekly  ���All equipment supplied  ���Flexible schedule v*  5199s  Advanced Courses start weekly  only $169.95  ��� Training dC divers for 27 years  ��Specialty Instructor courses starting monthly - call for details!  YTHE     #102,1064 Hwy 101, Gibsons  DIVING      886-0236  LOCKER  Help us celebrate our  O-     10TH  ANNIVERSARY  and you get the gifts...  Weekly Draws Every Friday at 5.-00 pm  6th Draw  Friday August Sth  Framed  "How Sound Winter-  Cm. by Ed Hill  but Week's Winner  COR. by Lyall Nanson  'Molly's Reach"  Lucette Brlnd  GnUld Prize Draw Week 10 - Friday, Sept.2,3:00 p.m.  'Handpulled serlgraph by Greta Guzek  Show Piece Gallery  280 Gower Point Rood. Gibson's Landing   886-9213  Open 7 days a week.  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He also outlined a  new set of proposed guidelines "to be used by  the SCRD to release impounded dogs to the  SPCA for them to adopt back into the community."  The list of guidelines Jones has presented  are "illegal and inhumane," said SPCA president Lynn Hauka in a July 20 letter to the  Coasl News.  However, SCRD administrator Larry Jardine said guidelines need not be legislated  and Jones developed his plan based around  guidelines adopted in "another area."  "I think the Ihing is really getting oul of  hand," said Electoral Area D alternate director Harry Almond. Almond refuted Ihe notion  that all animals picked up by Stan Jones will  be euthanised and chastised Ihe SPCA for  their "policy of not euthanising any animal.  "They keep every animal, no matter what  its condition is. They have 90 cals in there  because they don't believe in putting them  down." Almond, a former SPCA member,  chastised the group for not doing anything  about such things as noise complaints while  they maintain a no-euthanasia policy.  They have the attitude "we are here, we  have complete control���the rest of you can go  jump," he said. Almond Jefended Jones, saying the dogcatchcr lo be "very helpful and  he's very gentle with animals."  Among Jones' guidelines for dogs Ihe  SCRD will nol release to Ihe SPCA for adoption include dogs lhat have bitten or show  signs they could bite, "extremely old dogs,  fence jumpers, dogs turned inlo the SCRD for  euthanasia, dogs Ihe owners don t want  turned over to the SPCA, dogs deemed  "repeal offenders" and slightly injured or with  heallh problems (wilh consultation).  According to Almond, however, the ratio  of animals lhat fall into Jones' guidelines concerning biters and vicious dogs are "one in  500," he said.  Gibsons mayor Eric Small said in his view  il is "extremely unfortunate" the board has  become involved with the issue and asked if  the board is duplicating an existing service  with the SPCA and Magus Kennels both  keeping stray and unwanted animals.  A tentative meeling between SPCA and  SCRD dog control committee is planned for  August.  Proposed mental health facility raises questions  by Jane Seyd  For one man in Davis Bay, a  group home for mentally ill people in his neighbourhood would  save him seven hours of travel to  Vancouver every day to visil his  wife in hospital.  But for others, the possibility  remains a threat. They say  they're worried about safety, and  they're not happy with the way  the plan's been brought to their  community.  Both sides had a chance to  speak and ask questions at a public forum Wednesday nighl at the  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek community hall.  Marie Belle Bulmer, director  of mental health services for the  Sunshine Coasl, explained the  proposal is to build a six-bed  group home for the mentally ill  on the Kirkland Centre site in  Davis Bay.  The residence is for people  who aren't dangerous and don't  need to be in hospital, but still  need supervised care they can't  get at home, she said. Money  from the projeci comes from  downsizing at the Riverview  mental hospital on the Lower  Mainland, based on the idea of  taking people out of institutions  and instead providing health care  in their communities. ;��  If the project goes ahead, it j  would provide four long-term  beds and two emergency beds.  The plan is to build a two-  story house on the site, which  would be looked after by BC  Housing.  A group home on the Coast  has been a goal for aboul the last  five years, said Bulmer.  Currently mentally ill people  from the Coast who need this  kind of care have to go to group  homes in the Lower Mainland.  That can be hard on local  families.  The man who visits his wife  Staff, volunteers, program members and residents of Totem Lodge, Shorncliffe, Kiwanis Care Home  and Kirkland Centre enjoy annual Porpoise Bay group picnic Thursday. Joel Johnstone photo  in Vancouver (and asked that his  name not be published) already  knows that.  "People who are mentally ill  need family support," he told Ihe  meeting. And unfortunately,  "out-patient care isn't good  enough." The situation is similar  for several other families on the  Coast, he added.  Bulmer said no one who is  criminally insane or dangerous  will be accepted at the group  home. Most residents would likely have schizophrenia or a bipolar disorder.  But for several people at the  meeting, those assurances  weren't good enough.  "It seems at the most, this  communily is looking al five or  six at-risk people on the Coast,"  said Bruce Milne.  Some wanted to know who  will be responsible if there are  problems wilh the home and how  guidelines for admitting residents  will work in practice for emergency placements.  "What's going lo happen at  the lale night decisions - when  it's midnight and the police  arrive at the door?" asked Carin  Amber.  For Amber, chair of the Davis  Bay parents advisory group, and  other parents at the meeting,  safely of children was also a concern.  "I don't think my concerns  about supervision and childhood  safety have been fully addressed," Amber said.  "We're talking about a school  a block away that has 185 kids  under Ihe age of twelve."  Rob Chetwyn, hired to be  manager of Kirkland House if the  plan goes through, said residents  are free to walk around in Ihe  community or take the bus into  town. For a home with six residents, two trained staff members  would usually be at the home  during Ihe day, with one staff  person there at night (and a manager on-call). Mental Health also  has a 24-hour assessment phone  line.  Since March this year, two  residents with mental illness  have been living at Kirkland  Centre, taking part in a program  run by Chetwyn.  Several people at the meeting  said they're upset by what  they've seen as an attempt by  Mental Health lo sneak the group  home in, without consulting people in the community.  Several also thought the issue  should go to referendum.  A decision on whether the  home will be allowed on the site  has not yet been made.  Day in court for last of Coast Clayoquot protesters  by Jane Seyd  The last group of Clayoquot  protesters from the Sunshine  Coasl have finally had Iheir day  in court.  One year after leading a  group of local environmentalists  to protest logging in Clayoquot  Sound, Peter Light, along with  four other Coast residents,  appeared before BC Supreme  Court Justice Wong in Victoria  July 22 for sentencing.  All got 21-day terms, to be  served under electronic monitoring.  This week, Light said looking back he doesn't regret taking  part in arrests at the Clayoquot  last summer.  "In one way you can say we  failed," he said, because logging  is still going in Ihe sound.  He said if the protests had  been planned differently perhaps  the logging could have been  stopped. "As an environmental  movement, we have a lot to  leam."  But he added wilh each  protester's actions, "there are  untold ripples that flow out from  that."  Also sentenced July 22 were  Shad Light, Ryan Dalrymple,  Grant Olsen and Scott Harris.  Golf for Hospice  Charity Tournament  Seclielt Goll <fc Country Club  ALL HELCOfIB!  Limited Reiclstratlon  885-5144 or 885-GOLF  The last group of Sunshine  Coast environmentalists to make  it Ihrough the court system were  part of trial 36 of the Clayoquot  protesters. There were 38 trials  in total.  One unusual twist for Lighl  and the four other protesters  sentenced July 22 is ihey  haven't actually been required  to wear the ankle bracelets.  Bill Bayly, spokesman for  Ihe electronic monitoring office  for the Vancouver region, said  recently they've run out of the  electronic monitors. "A lot of  it's due to the number of Clayoquot protesters who've come  through in Ihe past couple of  months," said Bayly, whose  office normally has 71 units.  "This is the highest our count's  ever been."  Instead, Light and the other  Coast residents sentenced have  been required to follow a schedule for each day set up by the  office, similar to those for people who actually wear Ihe ankle  bracelets.  Light said the sentence hasn't  changed his activities.  "I'm doing exactly what I do  normally."  With time off for good  behaviour, the protesters could  be finished their sentences by  the end of the week.  Lasl Tuesday, Burnaby-  Kingsway MP Svend Robinson  was also sentenced for his part  in the Clayoquot protests.  He refused electronic monitoring and is serving a 14-day  sentence in a Fraser Valley institution.  Adult Basic Education  Fall Term 1994  Courses are available for educational  upgrading to college or university entry level  in English, Math, Biology, Chemistry, Physics  and Computing.  Early registration for continuing students will  take place on August 30.  New applicants: call now for an informal  interview. Orientation and registration will  take place on September I at 10:00 a.m.  5627 Inlet Avenue  Sechelt    Classes begin on September 6,  British Columbia  Canada VON 3A0    Call 885-9310 for more information. Coast News, August 1, 1994  news  Chamber ponders sand for Trail Bay beach  by Jane Seyd  Aloha Sechelt.  That's what residents and  visitors could be saying as Ihey  stroll along a new and improved  Trail Bay beach if plans by the  chamber of commerce and the  district come about.  Still in the very early stages,  the idea is to dump sand on the  shore at Trail Bay, thereby turning a pebbly beach into one  that's more inviting by average  postcard standards.  Said Councillor Don Rose at  the most recent council meeting,  "ll would be nice to have some  sand on the beach so it looks  like Hawaii."  According to some people,  that's the way il used to be.  Sechelt resident Vic Walters,  one of the first to raise the sandy  beach idea, said as far as he  knows sand was taken off the  beach at one point in the past.  "That's how nature had it and  we want it back," he commented.  But another lifelong Sechelt  resident disagrees. "I can  remember back 75 years and it  was gravel," said Billie Steele,  adding she thinks the plan to  dump sand is "just plain stupid."  So far, the idea is only being  talked about.  John Thompson, acting chair  for Sechelt's economic development committee, said a lot of  environmental issues would  have to be looked at first, as  well as costs and public comment.  Rick Higgins, chief habitat  manager of fisheries for the  south coast region, said his  office would definitely have to  take a look at the proposal  before anything is dumped.  Generally, a collection of  rocks with algae attached is a  better habitat than sand, which  is sterile, he said.  The intertidal area of the  beach is also especially important to marine life.  Approval from Crown Lands,  which has authority over the  foreshore, would also be needed  before any sand gets strewn.  So far, questions like how  much sand would be needed,  how to transport it and how to  get it to stay on the beach  haven't been addressed in any  detail.  But the project proponents  might want to think about them.  "The sea tends to shape  things the way they are right  now," said Larry Sorken, in  charge of Crown Lands for the  Sunshine Coast.  "If there's gravel there now it  will probably return to gravel."  Regardless whether the Trail  Bay beach of the future is covered with sand or not, the chamber and district are hoping to  turn people back towards the  ocean. A pier for Trail Bay is  another project being considered.  In the past, as a seaside village, a boardwalk and steamer  stops provided a focus for social  activity, said Thompson. But  more recently, "we've turned  our back on the sea," he said. "It  seems a shame we've lost some  of that."  Coordinator required for one-government talks  The Sunshine Coast Regional District  (SCRD) will decide Aug. 11 who will coordinate one government meetings and when  those meetings will take place.  SCRD director and Gibsons' mayor Eric  Small pressed fellow SCRD directors July 28  to remain diligent with Iheir September deadline for public meetings concerning the issue  of one government.  A main goal of the one government concept is to reduce duplication and triplication  of government services to Coast residents.  "Here we are al the end of July and I'm  concerned that nothing has been done yet,"  Small said regarding the SCRD's pledge earlier in the summer that a coordinator would be  selected and an agenda would be ironed out to  ensure the meetings planned for September  meetings will flow smoothly.  SCRD chair Peggy Connor told Small a  Ministry of Municipal Affairs team was  scheduled to visit the Coast in mid-July but  failed to make an appearance.  In addition, the SCRD has written to Victoria to ask for the funding they were  promised by the ministry to help in the selection of a coordinator.  Connor said the ministry suggested the  SCRD should proceed with their plans and do  all the necessary pie-work.  "We can proceed with picking a facilitator  so we can stay on target with our September  meetings," Connor said.  Sunshine Coast area island residents  used to travelling for their right to vote  by Ian Cobb  Having to hop il lo vote isn't a  major concern to Keats or Gambier Island residents.  In an open letter to the Sunshine Coast Regional District,  Electoral Area F candidate John  McNevin expressed his dismay  over the fact that the 100-plus  residents of the two islands must  travel to Langdale if they wish to  cast a vote in the Aug. 13 SCRD  by-election.  However, while they appreciate McNevin's concerns, "It's  not an issue," said Keats Island  Islands Trust representative Kim  Benson.  "As far as I know there's  never been a polling station here  for anything."  Having to lake a ferry or a  boat across the water to the mainland is a way of life for the  islanders, she said."l have lo go  across to get my mail," Benson  added.  "It's six of one and half a  dozen of another," said Gambier  Island resident and former  Islands Trust member Leiani  Anthony.  While voting stations have  been held on Gambier for bigger  elections, such as federal or  provincial elections and there is  now a place to vote in the recently opened Gambier Community  Hall, the expense of holding a  station on the island for the few  votes that would be cast outweighs the placement of a voting  station, she said  'It's not an issue'  -Kim Benson  It's also a matter of possibly  alienating some of the population  of the island, with half living on  one side and half on the other.  McNevin also expressed his  disbelief at the SCRD holding an  advanced poll on Aug. 5 at the  SCRD offices in Sechelt.  An advanced poll for voters  living in an Area south and east  of Gibsons and on the islands to  be held in Sechelt "boggles the  mind," McNevin wrote, adding,  "The decision does not constitute  reasonable access."  Anthony agrees with  McNevin on this point.  "That is inconvenient. It's  way too far for people from  Gambier and Keats," she said.  McNevin, currently a councillor on the Gibsons town council,  suggests the Aug. 5 advance poll  be held on the two islands so  everyone in Area F has a chance  to vote and to support Ihe Gibsons Library, coming before the  electorate in the form of a referendum once again.  The other candidate for Area  F is Hopkins Landing resident  Eric Cardinall.  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Buffet t HutchM ��� dnlna Ttblt* 1 Chain  ' EnMrtalnnwnt Centra* 'CoffM  FAMILY SIZE DINING  TABLE  Family size solid oak,  extends to 104" with 3  12" sell storage leafs  SALE $1295.N  PRESTIGE FINE FURNISHINGS  Lougheed Mall ��� Burnaby, B.C.  Phone: 420-7344  MM Coast News, August 1, 1994  opinion  Balancing books  and taxes...  improving our  civic posture  A healthy library means a healthy community.  Libraries provide a research data base, they provide information to students, and they provide simple enjoyment. They  are one of the most enduring symbols of civilization and they  reflect a community's pride.  With this in mind, take a look at the Gibsons library one of  these days and see what kind of pride you can muster. The  space is cramped, the back rooms are stacked with books, and  the study area consists of one small table and four chairs.  There is simply no room.  There is, however, something that can be done, and done  on a community level.  A referendum will be held next week in which Gibsons  voters and those of areas E and F will be asked to support a  new library in Gibsons.  Yes, the question came up in the fall of last year on a similar referendum and voters approved the concept by 80 per  cent.  So why are we being asked to vote again? Because of a  "technical error." (This in no way should reflect on the Gibsons library board. The screw-up was SCRD-generated.)  There will be two questions on this referendum, one asking  voters to approve borrowing $1.5 million for the building of  the library, another asking them to help pay for its operation  through a mil-rate increase on their taxes.... this equates to a  tax increase of roughly $10 per year for most home owners.  (Those renting property in the affected areas are also entitled  to vote in the referendum.)  Fact is, the area's population is growing at a rate that is  nothing short of incredible. And that growth is reflected with  mirror-accuracy in library use. According to library officials,  use is increasing by IS per cent a month, with much of the  new business coming from outside Gibsons - Areas E and F.  Down the road, as the Coast's population continues to  grow, it may be necessary to move to a branch-style operation  for these outlying areas in which they will have libraries of  their own, but for now, the Town of Gibsons has donated the  land for the new library at Holland Park near the existing  library. And everything is poised to go. The land is there, the  architect's plans are in, council has given its blessing and  there is dedication on the part of the library committee. All  that is lacking is the support of the community... That's where  next Saturday's referendum comes in.  Within two days of a positive vote, library construction will  go to tender. Work could begin as early as September.  And we are not being asked to fund much in the way of  frills ihrough this referendum. The new library is simply a  response to the population boom. The final result will be a  facility on par with provincial standards, with a little breathing space for continued population growth.  There are a few worried library board members, however,  leading up to the referendum. One of their fears is that area  summer residents will vote against the library because it is not  something which greatly affects them. Perhaps this is true.  And perhaps the summer residents cannot be blamed too  much. They more than likely help pay for a municipal library  in their main place of residence.  However, if they enjoy their summers here, if they enjoy  the beauty and quality of life, then they must too appreciate  the town's need for a library. The amount they will be asked  to pay is only a small token toward the benefits they reap.  Both questions on the Aug. 13 referendum will need a 'yes'  vote in order to be effective. A no vote on either score will  leave the library plans to topple like a badly stacked pile of  books.  Vote yes Aug. 13.  ''tin, ^ y/y WW-' -  ((^%v/0^  letters  Sony to see it go  It was with sadness that I  drove through Hopkins Landing  last week to see George Skea's  controversial boat shed being  demolished.  I was one of George's neighbours who attended the Area  Planning Committee meeting last  fall.  It struck me that of the people  who spoke at the meeting, those  who would be most affected by  the construction of the shed were  largely in favour of George's  venture and applauded his ambition. I wonder now if we were  heard at all.  It was my understanding that  George and the regional district  had reached an agreement  whereby George would dismantle the shed and replace it with  one conforming to the bylaws.  He had started to do this, but  before he had a chance to finish,  ihe machine moved in and  destroyed his shed, his dreams,  and thousands of dollars in materials.  What a waste! Of time, energy and money. Couldn't a better  solution for all concerned, have  been reached?  DIANE CLARK  Hopkins Landing  In support of  Pillow Talk  Re: From T-Shirts to Tiaras...  Pillow Talk, Coast News, July  25,1994  I agree with Darah Hansen  that the Gibsons Ambassador  Program remains a thinly disguised beauty pageant. The "Program" retains all the pageantry of  crowns, gowns, capes and  princesses. Supposedly the focus  of the contest has shifted from  the candidates' physical appearance to their ability to represent  the community as an ambassador. I found it ironic therefore,  that the first information listed  under the candidates' names in  the Coast News (July 18, 1994)  was their height, hair color and  eye color.  I contacted the Chamber of  Commerce to inquire what relevance these physical characteristics had to a candidate's ability to  act as an ambassador and was  told that they were irrelevant and  that the Coast News had taken it  upon' itself to print that information. When I contacted the Coast  News I was advised that in fact  the information was printed as  submitted by the Chamber of  Commerce.  If the contest is to remain a  glorified beauty pageant then the  Chamber should call it that and  take responsibility for encouraging our youth to compete with  one another on the basis of  superficial characteristics. If it is  a legitimate ambassador program  then they should lose the  pageantry and base the competition solely on what counts ...  ambassador ability.  VANESSA FARR  Gibsons  Editor's note: The information in question was supplied lo  Ihe Coast News as advertising  copy by the Ambassador Pageant  Committee, which is under the  umbrella of the Gibsons and District Chamber of Commerce.  Golden Girl says  thanks  I would like to take this  opportunity to thank the Coast  News and its Selection Committee for choosing me to be Gib-  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:  Tha Editor  Sunshine Coaat Nawa  Box 460, Olbaona, B.C.  V0N1V0  sons Golden Girl for 1994; it is a  great honour.  My family and I have resided  in Gibsons for 47 years and have  certainly seen many changes in  our community.  One thing that has not  changed, however, is the spirit of  co-operation and the enthusiasm  of the community for an event  such as the Sea Cavalcade. Such  an event is wonderful because it  brings together members of the  community to have fun. For  myself, I thoroughly enjoyed the  entire weekend.  The good wishes and congratulations from community members were heart-warming and riding in the parade was a real thrill.  It brought back many happy  memories of bygone parades.  One that 1 particularly remember  occurred over 40 years ago,  when Smitty's Marina entered a  float representing a little red  schoolhouse with our two children and their friends participating. The entries seem to be more  every year, with lots of humour  and professionalism, and of  course, what's a parade without  the bands; and, being of Scottish  decent, the sound of the bagpipes  brought tears to my eyes. The  fireworks were spectacular and  expertly displayed.  The Kinsmen Park activities  and water sports were well  attended with fun things to do for  both the young and old.  It was a great weekend and all  tourists and summer residents  were well entertained. Well  done, Gibsons!  MARGARETSMITH  Gibsons  Snow and smoke stacks*., we're not in Sechelt anymore  Growing in a pot that's far too small, on a win-  dowsill overlooking leafy maple trees in southern  Ontario, a hot pink geranium is blooming.  It doesn't sound exciting, but for me it is.  I planted that seed in January, a couple of weeks  after my plane touched down at Pearson Airport.  Outside the temperature was -35 with the wind-  chill. The snow kept falling, and I hadn't seen sky  that wasn't white or grey for days.  Amid the trauma of being a long-term west  coaster dumped down in one of Ontario's worst  winters, I seized on the tiny Ontario Seed Company package as a kind of personal talisman.  If the plants could somehow be induced to survive on my sill, I too could make it through my  stint in Canada's most-maligned province.  Of course, even back then, I was aware that  going from "out West" to "back East" was not the  commonly accepted direction of travel.  Suffice it to say my reasons had something to  do with mysterious forces long known for their  lack of attention to rational behaviour, let alone climatic conditions.  Might as well see how the other half lives, I told  myself. Soon I was a stranger in a strange land.  coastal beat  Predictably, I developed an obsession with the  weather. Determinedly, I wore insulated rubber  boots into March, while native Ontarians walked  around on the snow in runners. Shedding any vestiges of west coast gypsy-ism, I developed a fashion sense that could best be described as early  Michelin Man.  Months later, when the summer descended, I  had my first truly visceral understanding of why air  conditioners are such an important part of North  American culture. I didn't have one, of course, but  the neighbour did. The sound of it was a constant  presence, like a plane idling for take-off on the  other side of the screen.  jane seyd  As a novice to the "industrial heartland," previously acquainted mostly with pulp mills as my personal Blakian images, I developed a fascination  with factories. There were old brick buildings with  tiny panes of multi-coloured glass, vents blowing  snow in plumes off the nearby roof. There was the  plasticky smell rising out of the open windows of  the shoe factory near downtown.  At the end of my street, the remains of the Sunshine Company sat brooding. In the boom years  over 400 people worked there. It had been empty  for four years by the time I saw it, grasses growing  up around the entrance.  Most of the front windows had been smashed  in. Birds swooped and soared around the  smokestacks.  In search of further "urban Eastern experience"  and historical flavour, I bought a Via Rail ticket to  Montreal and Quebec City, and sel off armed with  a pocket French-English dictionary. I wandered  around to churches eating bagels, hoping to bump  into Leonard Cohen. I tiptoed around the National  Assembly. I developed an appreciation of official  bi-lingualism.  Back in Ontario, I developed a liking for a few  other Eastern urban qualities: 1 enjoyed not having  to gel into a car to travel from my house to the park  or the theatre or a restaurant. I spent whole afternoons browsing in the magazine section of the  library.  Still, as I was once told, it's not the place, it's  the people. When you gel right down to it, having  the amenities still wasn't much of a substitute for  having a community.  Despite the address, throughout the six months  in Ontario, there was never much question where  home was.  Just click your heels together and repeat after  COAST^NEWS  Subscription ***** lor  Ihe Coeit Neeft ot the Weeketioef:  Canada   I year . $J5 �� $2.45 CST - $37 45  (, munch* ��� $20* $1.40 GST "$21.40  roeetttn: I yen ��� $60 (No CST)  Reg. No. 4702  The Sunshine Coast News is published on  the Sunshine Coast, B.C. every Monday by  Clatstnrd Press lid.  Cibsons Office - SV Cra/ce lane  Bo�� 4M>, Cibsons. B.C., VON IVO  1604) 886 2622. Fan (604) 8867725  Sechelt Office ��� S721 Ctmri* St.  Box 68, Sechell, B.C., VON 3A0  16041 885 3930,  Fa�� 1604) 885-3954  Pub.tthat  Jeanneke Van Hattem  Editor  Stuart Burnside  Reporters  Darah Hansen. Ian Cobb,  Safes Manager  Simone Certyile-Smith  Jena Seyd  Adverttting  Photographer  Rtprtatntativai  Qardar Qardaraaon,  Janice Edmonds, Susan Connor  Production  Olfice Manager  Anns Thomsen  Cootdinttoi  Andy Jukes  Production  Elizabeth Simpson.  - Gibtont  ���Stchelt  Anns Page  Carol Ga/darsson  Patricia Wotfe. 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You cannot afford to give  any more ol your hard earned income to irresponsible councils.  When did you last use the library?  When did you last need to use water?  You still do not have a clean and plentiful water supply in  Gibsons. You do not have sufficient police in Gibsons. You still  do not have decent roads, sidewalks and drainage in Gibsons.  You cannot afford this latest money grab by your local affluent  arrogant and arty Town Administration.  Vou deserve:  Freedom from debt.  Better police protection.  Sale sidewalks.  Clean pure water.  Proper storm drainage.  Let those who want to build monuments to themselves  spend their own money, not YOURS.  VOTE - NO -- to more spending.  VOTE - NO - to the NEW LIBRARY.  This ad is NOT paid for *Wth your tax money.  Saturday, August 20th  INTERNATIONAL  PORTS OF CALL TEA  Molly's Reach, Gibsons  1 - 4pm ��� Admission $4  Saturday, September 3rd  Nikki Weber presents a night with  THE ROLLING TONES  & GUESTS  St Bartholomews Anglican Church Hall  8pm  Saturday, September 10th  SUNSHINE COAST  FALL FAIR  Dougal Parle, Gibsons  10:30am-4pm  Saturday, October 1st  DINNER THEATRE  Driftwood Players present  "THE PARALLAX GARDEN"  by Paddy Campbell  St. Bartholomews Anglican Church Hall  7pm  Sunday, October 23rd  MYSTERY NIGHT  EXTRAVAGANZA  Omega Restaurant  Gibsons Landing  Watch the Coast News  & Coast News Weekender  for details on all these  upcoming events and  ticket information. ,  _      ���      ���_       |MCLIP&SAVE|  opinion  A dog's life isn't all it's cracked up to be  To me, life is one long unimpeded whiz.  It's hopping in my truck and  going for long rides wilh my personal chauffeur. It's lying in the  sun having primordial dreams in  which I'm rending a fowl of life  and lapping its warm blood.  It's running into the ocean and  retrieving slicks thrown by my  personal chauffeur/ chef/medic/  body guard/janitor.  Life is built around parameters designed by Mother Nature  and as dogs, we never stray far  from these parameters. Sure,  every now and then one of us  wanders back through the ages  and grows wild, but we've  evolved somewhat nicely, don't  you agree?  Well, if you don't, you won't  like it when I say we would have  evolved quicker and become  more intelligent if it wasn't for  the interference of humans.  Somewhere wa-a-ay back in  our history one of our lesser  capable forebearers strayed into  the warmth of a village campfire,  blinded, deafened and muted by  Ihe arcuatous temptations of  human society.  They lapped goat milk from  bowls and had the tiny hands of  human children pet them as they  slept off huge wolfings of food  that was simply tossed to them.  None of this cavorting about the  countryside chasing rabbits business���oh no. It was sheer luxury.  in the middle  All except for the dogs that  were domesticated for the sole  purpose of being turned into dog  ieg sandwiches.  And there was a price to be  paid for this luxury and we  canines are slill paying for it.  We swapped sleeping on nests  of grasses for baskets in room  corners. We gave up dining on  wild game, carrion and long  grasses for canned and bagged  food and table scraps.  We traded in our inalienable  rights to run whenever the urge  takes hold to having to stand at  doors whining to be let out to  have a widdle.  And Mother Pooch if we  should stray from the invisible  boundaries of our yards!  We must wear jingling bits of  metal like individuality-robbed  soldiers and have strange, smiling people in white coats ram  and poke things into us every  hither and thither.  Our domesticity has become a  nightmare of regulations.  I've heard that Canada is the  most regulated nation of all  Ian cobb  upwardly mobile nations. Mind  you, all nations are upwardly  mobile lo me, if you catch my  drift.  We dogs are slowly being  regulated into prisons. The  powerbrokers, intimidated by the  mewly whimperings and squeek-  ings of the few, have pushed us  into corners and soon all may be  lost.  Powerbrokers allow a human,  one Ihey call the DOGCATCH-  ER, to roam about Ihe streets and  backroads of our world to search  oul "strays" and take us away  without nary a "by your leave."  Should I, or my pal Yoho the  Piddlish accidently wander off  across the invisible boundary and  the dogcatcher spots us���well���  goodnight Mister Rin Tin Tin.  Follow this scenario, if you will  my canine bretheran.  This human lunges at us with  a large butterfly net. Yoho feigns  to the right and I move left. The  net whiffs onto the ground and  the dogcatcher, his momentum  flowing south, whumps into the  turf.  Yoho, an excitable little mongrel at the easiest of times,  decides to playfully nip the man,  his bum sticking in Ihe air like  Ihe hump of a dromedary in  water-satiated repose.  Wilh this simple reflex action,  Yoho has just signed her death  warrant.  You see, the powerbrokers'  decrees are open ended and they  have set various human sides  alight with angry spleen ventilation. This is good.  The more they bicker, the better off we dogs are.  In my scenario, if Yoho is  scooped by Ihe dogcatcher she  will likely be put to death  because the powerbrokers will  not release her to Ihe SPCA. She  has bitten.  I personally have nipped several other dogs lhal Iricd lo sniff  me when I didn't feel like being  sniffed. Powerbroker criteria  means I too should be sentenced  to a fate cursed with death.  I jump fences because, well,  because they're Ihere. Ditto-  here comes the overdose of  ketamin rompom, you naughty  dog.  II goes on and on. The  humans continue lo lose their  wits and we, the beings THEY  domesticated, are paying the  price.  It kind of smacks of cattlecars  loaded and on their way to  Poland���doesn't il?  letters  Enhancing efforts  In reply to many who called  me, yes we were turned down by  Secnelt council. But will try  again next year.  Port Alberni and Campbell  River live largely off their  tourists, lured there by their boast  "Fishing Capital of the World."  That boast would not be true if it  wasn't for the fact the Campbell  mM national  I NHS GIBSONS REALTY LTD, ��� AN INDEPENDENT MEMBER _____J  Home or  .Property  Evaluation  For action not excuses.  Call Kenan MacKenzie  885-7810  office  River has the Quinsam hatchery  and Port Alberni has the Robertson hatchery sitting in near proximity to each other.  Gibsons and Sechelt are situated almost equal distance from  Chapman Creek hatchery that  will this year release over a million fish into the streams on the  Sunshine Coast. I know thousands of fish will be caught and  tremendous revenues from the  commercial and sport fishing  will spin off into these communities. So it seemed fair and fitting,  to me, that something should  come back to us from those that  profit from our efforts.  Don't misunderstand, we do  not expect, nor accept any personal compensation. The money  requested was to feed those fish  or species that must stay in fresh  water for a year before release to  salt water.  It is an awesome task lo take  over a defunct fish farm and in  your third year turn out a million  fish with all ihis done by a core  group of about 10 people, on a  volunteer basis, for the selfish  reason of wanting to see the  "rivers and streams restored to  their historic levels."  BIIXCHINN1CK  President of Sunshine Coast  Salmon Enhancement Society  Chapman Creek  DOMINIC MOBIUO  of the  VANCOUVIR 86��n  ond the  CANADIAN NATIONAL SOCCIR TIAM  will be at  Trail Bay  Sports  To sign autographs  3 - 4 pm, Monday, August 8th  Trail Ave. & Cowrie St., Sechelt ��� 885-2512  SUSSEX  REALTY  The TOP SELLING OFFICE  IN   GIBSONS  (Muume Lema Leader m Sues of Homes & Property)  Notice Board  Oigolag events musl be updated monthly  We reserve the right lo edit submissions foi brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events  of genuine community interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior to the event.  DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS IS WEDNESDAY NOON FOR MONDAY DISTRIBUTION  MONDAY, AUGUST 1  Antique  Lace  Display.   1-4  pm,  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum. Gibsons.  One time-only display of home-made and  antique lace, courtesy Muriel Haynes  SATURDAY. AUGUST6  S.C. Breastfeeding Support Group  lamily picnic Bring spouse, moms and  babies, any and all lamily members for  fun In tlw sun Info: Laurie. 886-7900 or  Ronanne 8(63230  S.C. Hospice 1st Charity Golf  Tournamenl at the Sechelt Golf *  Country Club. $75 includes lunch. 16  holes & salmon BBO Lots of great prizes  . your suppon is needed Call 885 5144  lo register your team  SUNDAY, AUGUST 7  Midsummer Festival: Pender Harbour  Lions Club sponsors Arts & Crafts Fair,  Lions Park, P.H. Everyone welcome ���  artisans and craftspeople invited to  display Iheir work. 6 am: Pancake  Breakfast; 10 am: Craft Fair opens Beer  garden, hot dogs, hamburgers or bring  your own picnic lunch Horseshoes,  music, games & more. More into: Dlant  Gamble. (632266  Women's Resources Sociely Naw  Moon Celebration and AGM. 5 9 pm,  Wilson Creek/Davis Bay Communily Hall,  Davis Bay Rd. Potluck supper, women's  music and storytelling Into 885 4088  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10  WHSEA Summer General Meeting,  7:30 pm, Gibsons Yacht Club (lower  dock). Agenda: guttl speaker,  candidates lor Area Director  SATURDAY t SUNDAY, AUGUST 11(14  S.C. AIM Council 7th Annual Craft Fair,  Hacked Park. Sechell Admission: Adults  SI. children tree Creative & original  crafts, children's entertainment, live  music, good food.  MISCELLANEOUS  S.C. Maritime History Centre, Molly's  Lane, Qibsons. Dslplays of marine  artifacts, models, photographs. Come  enloy our maritime history. Open daily.  11:30am-4:00pm Info: (66-9058      35  Kids' Day Cluba for ages 10-13,  Tuesdays, July 19-Aug. 30,9:30 am-330  pm. Bethel Baplisl Church. Register  ASAP: 665-2454 or 885-3919  Junior Youth Day Cluba for ages 10-13,  Thursdays, July 21-Aug. 26, 9:30 am-  3:30 pm, Bethel Baptist Church. Register  ASAP: 669-2454 or 865-3919  Elphlnstons Pioneer Museum, 716  Winn Rd., across from Post Office,  Qibsons. A wide variety ol displays  profiling native, pioneering, marine and  miners! artifacts of the Coasl. Open 7  days a week, Mondays S Tuesdays, 1- 5  pm and Wednesday through Sunday, 9-  5-30 pm. Admission by donation. Call  666-6232 tor more Inlo.  Parent-Tot Drop-In: tor parenta with chil  dren up lo 5.9:30-11 30 em at the following locations: Qibsons United Church Hall  (Mon., Tues , Wed , Fri); Sechell SI  Hildas Church Hall (Tues); Wilson Creek  Community Hall (Thurs). Into:  Communily Services, 6655661.  Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic:  (H.I.V. Inlormation, counselling and lest.  Ing) Phone tor appointmenl in Qibsons  6665600. Sechelt 6656164  Single I Pregnant? Call Ihe Health Unit  6665600  Prenatal Hospital Tour: phone St  Mary's Hospital switchboard to arrange  tor tour, 885-2224 Prenatal only.  Parent i Baby Drop-In gives parents an  opportunity lo meet other parents and  discuss common concerns. The group  gathers every Tuesday from 1:15 lo 3:30  pm at 494 S. Fletcher, Qibsons and in  Sechelt at 6571 Inlet on Wednesdays  from I -3:30 pm.  School Entry Booster Clinics: A booster dose of diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis Is important lor children entering  school. Qibsons clinics - 686-5600;  Sechelt clinics-885-5164.  MONDAYS  Recovery, Inc. offers a self help method  to overcome the negative feelings that  come from fear, anger, depression and  constant anxiety 7-9 pm. The Wellness  Centre, Qibsons. Info: 666.6026 35  HIV-Posltlve Support Group, (infected.  friends and lamily) meels In Qibsons.  Info: Robby, 688-3352 (leave msg) or  Don. 6640001 35  TUESDAYS  "Living With Cancar" Support Qroup  meets every other Tuesday, Kirkland  Cenlre, Davis Bay, 1 pm Into 6655661  or 666-8369  WEDNESDAYS  Postpartum Dspreeaion Support  Group - Gibsons Health Unit, 1 -2:30 pm  THURSDAYS'  SC's Weight Loes Support Group  meets afternoons 10 3012:30pm. call  686-2692, and evenings 6:30-8:00pm  call 886-7159, at the United Church,  Glassford Rd, Qibsons.  Birth Control Clinic, Coast-Qarlbaldl  Health Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. 7-9 pm.  Confidents service ��� everyone welcome.  No appointmenl needed. Info: 685-7770.  TOPS weekly meetings, 6:30-8 pm  Chaster House. Info: Norma, 886-7756.  35  FRIDAYS  Breast Self-Exam Clinic: First Friday ol  each monlh, 7:30-9 pm, Qibsons Health  Unit  United Church Thrift Shop. 1-3 pm  church bassmenl, lane oil Trueman  Road.  �� community  Coast News, August 1, 1994  roberts creek  by Katherine Trueman  885-2282  During your summer free  lime why not lake in the two-  woman show titled "Vision  Scapes" now showing al the  Gumboot Garden Cafe until Aug.  31.  The show is featuring oil  paintings and driftwood collages  by Charmain Dunaway. Wendy  Harford is displaying her acrylic  paintings and papier mache  sculptures. A must for art enthusiasts!  If you prefer to keep fit during  the summer why not join the  gang for a complete aerobic  workout with weights. Creek  Step's summer schedule is Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday,  9:30 am at St. Aidan's Hall. For  further information, call 886-  3634.  BP guild  Once again the 14th B-P guild  is offering a service to kids  attending Camp Goodtimes. For  the last Ihree Thursdays in July  approximately 20 members of  the guild have been arriving at  george In glbsons  Camp Byng early in the afternoon, peeling potatoes, carrots  and preparing chicken for all the  hungry campers. A worthwhile  project which gives a lot of satisfaction to the volunteers, this  dinner event is an annual undertaking for the group of ex-scouts  and guides. Watching the faces  of the children when they tear  into that chicken or savour Ihe  last bite of a fruit tart, certainly  testifies that every moment is  appreciated and very necessary.  Tanks for No Tanks  Wednesday, July 27, 1994  will be listed in the Creek History books as TR Day (Tank  Removal) and will be remembered for many a year to come.  On this day, the Creekers  received an early Christmas Gift,  courtesy of ICG. Early in the  morning, workers arrived and  began the removal of the lanks to  end the long years and months of  worry, frustration and discussions. Many residents watched  from the beach as they were lifted by crane onto awaiting transportation.  Later lhat same evening  approximately 100 excited children, adults, dogs, cats gathered  to give thanks and celebrate. A  display of fireworks helped to  express what I am sure we were  all feeling as we stood on the  aftermath of those "dreaded  tanks." It was a joy to be able to  see for miles, enjoy the glorious  sunset and watch the water ripple  with kayakers as they also came  to join the fun. It was a happy  time and our thanks to the proud  Creeker who donated the fireworks and to those who helped  create the atmosphere. The celebrations continued as a barbeque  was planned for Sunday, July 31.  It just goes to show that if one  persists, there are still some people who listen and in the end the  job does get done. Thanks to our  RCCA members, and Brett  McGillivray and all who supported the removal of those white  monsters. Oh, by the way... If  you feel lonely for the tanks, you  can drive to Hillside for a visit.  In the meantime, we can begin to  decide what to do with the area.  /fcfi��ub"KMe'u'*<<*  \inlf    IttUttetowl  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  Branch* Coaat To Coaat  A charming wedding was solemnized in St. Hilda's Anglican  in Sechelt on the afternoon of  July 12 when Claire Sakina  Bujan of Gibsons, and Ronald  Kevin Marshall of Victoria  sealed their marriage by an  exchange of rings.  Parents of the bride are Sara  and Michael Bujan of Gibsons.  Michael, formerly of Elphinstone teaching staff is now  retired, and Sara of Gibsons elementary staff continues there as  kindergarten teacher, a position  she has held since that class first  began in Ihe school in 1964.  The bridegroom's father is  David Marshall of Gibsons and  his mother, Joan Marshall of  Victoria.  Also attending the ceremony  was the bridegroom's grandmother, Olive Comyn of Halfmoon Bay and his stepmother,  Joni Marshall.  The Rev. Jim Ferguson, the  clergyman officiating at Claire  and Kevin's wedding also officiated at the wedding of Claire's  parents in April 1966.  In Ihe bridal party were best  man, Barry Buholzer of Kamloops, and the groomsman,  Kevin's brother Trevor of Kam  loops. Matron of Honor was  Rima (Turner) Rea of Maple  Ridge; bridesmaid, Sandy Fielding of Toronto. Ushers were  Blair Gillespie of Vancouver,  and Mark Bujan, the bride's  brother, of Gibsons. Soloist was  the groom's sister-in-law, Kathy  Marshall.  Many toasts were offered the  bride and the groom by friends  and relatives at the reception  dinner in the Gibsons Yacht  Club. The toast to the bride was  offered by Alex Merling, of  Tswassen, a long-time friend  and colleague of Ihe bride's parents.  After a wedding trip to Puerto  Vallarta - a gift of the groom's  father and step-mother - the cou  ple will reside in Victoria.  Among the guests were  school friends of Claire's who  all graduated from Elphinstone  Secondary together in 1986 -  Rima Rea, Sandra Vandergeest,  Sheila Reynolds, Bernadine Lee,  Maria Risebrough, and Saman-  tha (Sparks) Niblock. An honoured guest was family friend  and teaching colleague of Sara's,  Marie Scott. Among the hundred  and fifty guests were a number  from Kamloops, Alberta and  England.  Much lo the bride's regret,  illness prevented her uncle Maurice Bujan of Sheffield, England,  from attending and reading the  gospel message of love in  Corinthians 13.  Cathy's Car Care  5S30 Wharf Ave ��� 885-6450  He wd It WAX yw* cat anw will KEXT YEAR!  POLYMER WAX & PfllNT SEALANT  fl high quality blend of polymers and silicones that produce  a brilliant high gloss and long lasting shine.  Comparable to "Diamond Cote���"  VANCOUVER & LOCAL DEALERSHIPS COST $299 ��� ap  CATHY'S COST ONLY $169  Oil.   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BC hydro  9  SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given to the electors of Electoral Area "F" - West Howe Sound in  the Sunshine Coast Regional District that an Election by Voting is necessary to elect one  Director from the above area and the persons nominated as candidate at the Election by  Voting and for whom the votes will be received are listed below, for the remainder of a  three year term commencing August 1994 and terminating in December 1996, are:  DIRECTOR - Electoral Area "F" ��� West Howe Sound (one person to be elected)  Surname Given Name Residential Address  CARDINALL Eric 1034 Port Mellon Highway  McNEVIN |ohn 412 Stewart Road  Voting Day will be opened on Saturday, August 13th, 1994, TO QUALIFIED ELECTORS  OF ELECTORAL AREA "F* at the following location:  1. Langdale Elementary School ��� 1551 Forbes Road  And such voting place shall be open between the hours of 8:00 am and 8:00 pm. Curbside  voting will be available for those electors with physical disabilities.  Advanced Voting Opportunities shall be open at the Town of Cibsons Municipal Hall  Council Chambers, 474 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C. between the hours of 8:00 am  and 8:00 pm on Wednesday, August 3rd, 1994 and at the Sunshine Coast Regional District  office, 5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. between the hours of 8:00 am and 8:00 pm on  Friday, August Sth, 1994.  The only persons permitted to vote at the Advanced Voting Opportunity are those who,  being duly qualified electors, sign a statement that:  (a) the elector expects to be absent from the voting area from which the  election is to be held on General Voting Day.  (b) or the elector for reasons of conscience, will be unable lo vote on General  Voting Day.  (c) or the elector will be unable to attend a voting place on General Voting  Day for reasons beyond his/her control,  (d) or the elector has a physical disability or is a person whose mobility is  impaired,  (e) or the elector is a candidate,  (f) or the elector is an election official.  Dated at Sechelt, B.C  the 18th day of July, 1994  loan Harvey.  Chief Election Officer  Mrtiat, Coast News, August 1, 1994  mrWttWtimrmimmmt/mrTrtwm  s-zo-ppwiq  Ct%*\\\t't7h*tvttid  MARINA  TOTAL SHOPPING  7DAYSAWEEK  Ail Chevron Products  883-2253  883-9551  BUILDING HOME HARDWARE  SUP PI IIS  BUILDING CENTRE  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps & Covers  Upholster)' & Repairs  community  dockside davls bey  MADEIRA  MARINA  BB3-22G6  'A  MARINA  PHARMACY  883-2888  I Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  1/2 Mile North (if danlf n Hay Ril.  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Madeira Paik  883-9873  Last Wednesday night, July  27, more than SO people turned  out to an information meeting  dealing with the proposed mental  health facility designated for  Kirkland Centre in Davis Bay. In  talking to numerous people during the coffee break and after the  meeting, the consensus seemed  to be, not that they were against  the facility itself, but against ihe  method in which it was presented. Funding appears to be in  place, as well as staff and even a  model of the project was in evidence.  Despite repeated assurances  that it was not, most people left  the meeting saying, "it's a done  deal." When the question was  asked, "Don't you Ihink something as important as this issue is  to the residents of Davis  Bay/Wilson Creek should go to a  public referendum?" the response  from Chairman Duncan Fraser  was less than enthusiastic or supportive, citing the cost as a factor^?)  Over a year ago, a petition  was taken up to ask for some  restrictions on Jet-skis in Davis  Bay. To date, there is no by law  in place to regulate them and  they are back in our midst. Yet it  appears that in a matter of  months, the Kirkland facility is  in place.  Isn't anyone in Sechelt listening?  Legion picnic  The Legion Branch 140 picnic  held last Sunday was a great day  for the kids as well as the adults.  Held at Porpoise Bay picnic site,  LORDY.LORDYLOOK  IPS  FROM YOUR  YOUNGER FRIENDS  Home run by Robert  Sponsored by You.  Jff\  \' jifti in  51  *" Ww'  &*���_$****><��� *  L m^. Ma  Pfi��      ' ;__\  ^KmfTieW           __\\  H^.'r    ^H                                                                      ^K'  f*-/fianks, neighbour. With your support, Gibsons  businesses were able put over $300,000 back into  our home town. We are proud to fund projects  for everything from recreation to recycling.  So please, support your local businesses.  Because we couldn't have done it without you.  Some Community tyeas funded by Com businmes (amiyou!)  Kirr lVft. Mm i ii I jJuV Curbs  HCM.r.McmfcIidiBr.uHing  Junior (inlf  Mult Golf  Sumfcnr CoM Athlctio Anne i*mn  Oiildrrn i I Rill: M.Jpn & Rmno*  Hodq.  FmxU  Sncm  Ruluihil Tmirrammt  WnmnuS..lil.all  Gunp Good Tim  Krao Und Gunp  btUiti fliuunn  SrM Yathnnlu  I if*l Ranqum  GaaCramta  InrvhiiCtrrmnnin  Sc\.h*1 Tranw  Bny Soma  (���mtliif  jr. hn Vif JfTii  QMMdi  Rraluwiv  \Kkk)4  hnw/ln Dnn In  (���ntivilnfthf Written Am  Sdnwnid Entunrcmnt Snotty  Vj( i\tkn\t  MankSwJwFounditiofl  Amhsuiinf I'ljnuit  B.C SctimpnRfu Snorty  Rndtwrnd \txtft  Cjtw Fihrtmi  BnkDH  Qndun Iramutr for the Mini  Rourvi I.J' 1 )frim Auction  SaKninnAimv  Nc. RviUilmKw'i  ^^  Mjoimc HiflDfini Sonny  (flbtnmHmuffSoocijr  Gibtton3|?  Nivylngiip  ^.DistiW  Sato una  CHAMBIR Off OOMMIROI  there were races, horseshoes, hot  dogs, corn on the cob, watermelon, cold drinks and coffee for  everybody.  Dozens of volunteers pitched  in help make this the success if  was.  Goodtimes  This past weekend marked the  need of Camp Goodtimes for  another year.  A tremendous amount of  effort and planning goes into this  venture every year and one local  gal who deserves a great deal of  credit is Gloria Hostland.  She organized and coordinated all the volunteers, who  washed dishes three times a day.  Most did two or three stints during the 3-week period and spent  about 2 to 3 hours up to their  elbows in soapsuds. Good on  yuh, Gloria!  Condolences  The entire community extends  their sincere condolences lo  Louise Colliss and family on the  passing of husband and father,  Bud Colliss, on July 24.  Long-time residents of this  area, Bud will be remembered by  many as one of the avid fisherman seen most days fishing off  the dock. There was no service  by family request.  Blackberries  We are reminded that it is  blackberry-picking time again  and for those who have reaped  the benefits of Jack Knaus's  efforts, this could be a way of  saying "thanks."  If you can help out, please call  885-7793.  sechelt senarlo  Ml  Sttaae,  A        ��� ^-im/Qsrzzzzwe-''  Ah, summertime  There's nothing like a cool dip into Trail Bay on these hot  summer days. Joel Johnstone photo  by Margaret Watt, 885-3364  No one can say Sechelt is a  dull place in summer.  The place is literally hopping  with fun things to do and see. By  now everyone should have their  tickets for the The Festival of the  Written Arts. If you haven't, well  you may be lucky, bul you better  hurry. Phone 885-9631.  Raven's Cry Theatre  Presents Farewell My Concubine at 8 pm on Aug. 5. It's a  story about a boy in China raised  in an orphanage who grows up to  be an opera singer.  Tickets are $7 and may be  purchased at the door.  The Big Onel  On Saturday, Aug. 6, the  Sechelt Medical Clinic  is pleased to announce  Dr. Wendy V. Norman  has returned from a one-year sabbatical  and will be available to see patients  commencing August 9.  oMoMlage uows o( uWwCjj SKwW Odd && CaWJ.  Qobuts Oteefe picric site. SaL u4ug. 6, 11 a.m.  ���Pottoefc picnic, hug a (awn ctatt. Studenls, (Mends and u/okfc  associates one Invited to state In the cetebjation.  farmers market is pulling out all  the stops, presenting the biggest  and best market yet. They will be  situated behind Gilligan's wine  and beer slore in Sechelt and  you'll be able to buy the freshest  produce, the healthiest plants,  trees and shrubs. Yummy baked  goods are on the block too, as  well as jams and jellies - all  homemade, of course. Come  along from 10 am to 1 pm and  have some fun, as well as healthy  food. See you there!  Sechelt Library  In anticipation of the new  library, Friends of the Library are  holding a fair on Augusi 20 from  noon to 4 pm in Ihe Festival  Pavilion at Rockwood. There  will be a celebrity and just plain  terrific t-shirt event, a bake sale,  a silent auction and much more.  The proceeds from the fair will  go toward buying a computer  and shelving for the new library.  No admission is expected but a  small donation would be appreciated. They also need plants and if  anyone out there is aching to  paint l-shirts, you are asked to  phone 885-4505.  Sechelt craft fair  The Sunshine Coast Arts  Council is sponsoring its 7th  Annual Craft Fair Aug. 13 and  14 in Hackett Park in the centre  of Sechelt. Bring the children  and enjoy live music, children's  entertainment and good food.  There will be around 75 stalls  this year, all filled with a variety  of wonderful stuff. Some of the  best pottery in BC will be featured as well as other works of  art.  NOTICE TO ALL RESIDENTS AND  BUSINESSES USING PERIWINKLE LANE  Please be advised that the Town of Gibsons Is In the process of  installing a storm drain and replacing the old 2" galvanized  water lines with a new 8" water main over the next 2 to 3 weeks.  During this time, It will be necessary to restrict the lane from  vehicle use as well as parking, as the lane is only 12 ft. wide.  Please make arrangements to park your vehicle elsewhere.  We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.  Wilbert Fair  PUBLIC WORKS SUPERINTENDENT  mm  *i__ Grand  Coast News, August 1, 1994  NO RAIN CHECKS  Cash & Cany  Pricing  OPEN  Mon-Fri, 7am-6pm  Sat, 8am-5pm  Sun, 10am 4pm  'HP  ,Hli  VISA  SUNSHINE COAST  BUILDING SUPPLIES 1988 LTD  YOUR COMPLETE BUILDING SUPPLY DEALER  ir  Prices in effect  August 4th - 6th ONLY  885-5818  FAX 885-4865  5630 Wharf Rd, Sechelt  MANY  SPECIALS  IN STORE  Manville Gold Promo  Sunshine Cms! 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T & G Pine Plank $7.49��a  MANVILLE  GOLD  INSULATION  For cvtiy bundle sold SCBS will  donate |1 to Minor Hockey  fee  res *��99.99 SALE $199.99    SALE $49.99-$59.99  Special Price   Regular Price  res $129.99 SALE $99.99  some MMflibaly required  2X2 Domed Skylight  Benchmark Drywall Screw Gun  Household Cleaning KH  Weiser Huntington Lock sets  Privacy  Tradcmastcr 1<T Bandsaw  356 Printed Mouklng  14/2 Household Wire (7SM rod)  $59.99  $79.99  $9.97  $9.99  $13.99  $129.99  $.28 per lin ft  $22.99  $89.99  $129.99  $20 value  $21.99  $21.99  $179.99  $27.99  IN-STORE SPECIALS  Ever Ready Flashlights Atlantic Bee Mop  Piranha Blade Combo 5 bit Screwdriver  14pce Wrench Set Garden Hose  Sawhorse Plus Workbench Paint Thinner  Solid Oak Panek Bifolds   Work Gloves  4 pack Lightbulbs  Garbage Bags  Paper Towels  Stacking Chain  Bristle Brush Set  Paint Roller Set  2 L Coleman Insulated Jug  4pce Combo Cooler  SUPPLIER DEMONSTRATIONS ON SITE  ____________ 10  Coast News, August 1, 1994  C.P.R. "B" Course  (baby, child, adult)  Monday August 15 & Wednesday August 17  6:30pm - 10pm  TO REGISTER CALL 885-1969  community  halfmoon happenings  by Ruth Forrester 885-2418  Picnic lime  The Welcome Beach Communily Association will be holding Iheir annual barbecue at the  hall on Saturday August 13 starting at 5:30 pm. Delicious hamburgers and salads are on the  menu, cost is $5 for adults and  $2 for kids under 12. Please  bring your own dishes and utensils so that no one has to spend  lime washing up after having  done all the cooking. This is  always a good social occasion to  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  NOTICE OF OTHER VOTING  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT GIBS  BUILDING LOAN AUTHORIZATION BYLAWN  :<���:'���  WHEREAS Bylaw No. 1017 established a Local Service to provide funding for the  construction of the Cibsons and District Public Library;  AND WHEREAS the estimated cost of the proposed new Library Building is the sum of ONE  MILLION FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($1,500,000) which is the debt intended  to be created by this bylaw;  AND WHEREAS the maximum term for which debentures may be issued to secure the debt  created by this bylaw is ten (10) years;  NOW THEREFORE the Board of the Sunshine Coast Regional District is empowered to  borrow upon the credit of the Regional District a sum not exceeding $1,500,000 to provide  for the construction of a new Public Library Building.  Take notice that the above is a synopsis of the proposed bylaw on which the electors will  be asked the following question:  "Are you in favour of the Board of the Sunshine Coast Regional District  adopting "Sunshine Coast Regional District Gibsons Library Building Loan  Authorization Bylaw No. 392.1, 1994" to authorize borrowing a sum not  exceeding $1,500,000 for the construction of a new building for the  Gibsons & District Public Library?"  And Take Further Notice that the entire bylaw may be inspected at the Sunshine Coast  Regional District office, 5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C., during regular working hours and  that the synopsis is not intended to be and is not to be understood to be an interpretation of  the bylaw.  On Voting Day, Saturday, August 13th, 1994, persons qualified as either a Resident Elector  or a Property Elector for Electoral Areas E (Elphinstone) or F (West Howe Sound) in the  Sunshine Coast Regional District or in the Town of Gibsons for the purposes of the 1994  Referendum and By-Election may vote on the above question at the following locations:  Area "E" - Elphinstone:  1. Frank West Community Use Room  Area "F" - West Howe Sound  1. Langdale Elementary School  Town of Gibsons  1. Municipal Hall Council Chambers  And such voting places shall be open between the hours of 8:00 am and 8:00 pm. Curbside  voting will be available for those electors with physical disabilities.  Advance Voting Opportunities shall be open at the Town of Gibsons Municipal Hall Council  Chambers, 474 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C., between the hours of 8:00 am and 8:00  pm on Wednesday, August 3rd, 1994, and at the Sunshine Coast Regional District office,  5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C., between the hours of 8:00 am and 8:00 pm on Friday,  August 5th, 1994.  1224 Chaster Road  1551 Forbes Road  474 South Fletcher Rd  Dated at Sechelt, B.C.  this 14th day of July, 1994  ;"','���,;....;.,���!���'..,,,.������     ' '..     ���'.���'.'���<'"'I''"- ���>]"a\*h  WEST HOWE SOUND UBI  )oan Harvey  Chief Election Officer  ""'",~'��"1  WHEREAS the Board of the Sunshine Coast Regional District was granted on June 25,1989,  the function of LIBRARY SERVICE GRANTS-IN-AID;  AND WHEREAS by Bylaw No. 324 the Regional Board established the WEST HOWE  SOUND LIBRARY GRANT-IN-AID SERVICE UNIT;  AND WHEREAS the Regional Board wishes to convert aforesaid Specified Area to a local  service, including the Town of Gibsons as a participating member and increase the amount  of money that may be requisitioned annually;  NOW THEREFORE the Board of the Sunshine Coast Regional District establishes the "West  Howe Sound Library Operating Grant Local Service" for the purpose of providing operating  funds to the Gibsons Library, not to exceed $.18 per $1000 on net taxable values of land  and improvements as assessed for Regional Hospital District purposes, with Areas "E"  (Elphinstone), "F" (West Howe Sound) and the Town of Gibsons as participating members.  Take notice that the above is a synopsis of the proposed bylaw on which the electors will  be asked the following question:  "Are you in favour of increasing the maximum that may be requisitioned  from Electoral Areas "E" (Elphinstone) and "F" (West Howe Sound) and the  Town of Gibsons to $ 18 per $ 1,000 on net taxable value of land and  improvements for purposes of providing operating funds to the Gibsons &  District Public Library;"  And Take Further Notice thai the entire bylaw may be inspected at the Sunshine Coast  Regional District office, 5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. during regular working hours and  that the synopsis is not intended to be and is not to be understood to be an interpretation  of the bylaw.  On Voting Day, Saturday, AukusI 13th, 1994, persons qualified as either a Resident Elector  or a Property Elector for Electoral Areas "E" (Elphinstone) or "F" (West Howe Sound) in the  Sunshine Coast Regional District or in Ihe Town of Gibsons for the purposes of the 1994  Referendum and By-Election may vote on the above question at the following locations:  Area "E" - Elphinstone:  1. Frank West Communily Use Room ��� 1224 Chaster Road  Area "F" - West Howe Sound  1. Langdale Elementary School - 1551 Forbes Road  Town of Gibsons  1. Municipal Hall Council Chambers ��� 474 South Fletcher Rd  And such voting places shall be open between the hours of 8:00 am and 8:00 pm. Curbside  voting will be available for those electors with physical disabilities.  Advance Voting Opportunities shall be open at the Town of Gibsons Municipal Hall Council  Chambers, 474 South Fletcher Road, Gibsons, B.C. between the hours of 8:00 am and 8:00  pm on Wednesday, August 3rd, 1994, and at the Sunshine Coast Regional District Office,  5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. between the hours of 8:00 am and 8:00 pm on Friday,  August 5th, 1994.  Dated at Sechelt, B.C.  this 14th day of July, 1994  Joan Harvey  Chief Election Officer  which you can bring your friends  and family, and where, if you are  a newcomer to the area, you will  make new friends and get to  know your neighbours. Everyone  will be welcome.  Get Well Wishes  Many of you have been  enquiring as to the condition of  Marg Vorley who recently suffered a stroke. She is still in  Lions Gate Hospital and is being  treated at the rehabilitation centre  there. The family feel quite optimistic that she will respond to  the treatment to help her get  things moving again. It may take  about a month, so for those who  would like to drop a line I am  sure it would reach her if  addressed to the rehabilitation  centre. At the same time we are  wishing Marg well, we can also  pass along our thoughts and get  well wishes to Alva Dinn who  recently underwent surgery and  who, at the time of writing, is  still in St. Mary's Hospital. Keep  the spirits up Alva.  If you know of anyone from  AIR CANADA  FREEDOM FLYER  FLEX FARES  (AGE 60+)  4 one way trips only $689����'  8 one my trips only $1089����'  Choose between 4 or 8 one-way ticket packages on any regularly  scheduled flights across North America, including Florida!  Passenger must be 60 years old to qualify, but may be accompanied  by a travelling companion of any age, at the same low price.  Book now, call  ���plus taxes  Highway 101, Gibsons  (beside Medical Clinic)  886-3391 886-2529  y*o*i*t*  Voice of the electorate  Would you like to see more cooperation and  respect shown on the part of the local  governments towards the citizen?  Meeting time:  August 4 8:00 pm, Twilight Theatre, upstairs  Gibsons & District Electors Association  Halfmoon Bay who is ill and  under the weather I would like to  hear about it so that friends who  may not otherwise be aware  could read about it here and  could drop in to visit.  Water supply  Since remarks in the last column expressing concern about  swimming being allowed in the  small lake from which some of  us get our drinking waler, others  have been equally concerned and  others why this is allowed to  continue. Sure it's a lovely spot  for a nice warm swim and I just  wish that this could be its only  purpose and that we could have  alternate sources for our drinking  water other than Trout Lake. It  seems that every summer this  controversy continues.  Blue Heron  The crow problem we had  recently with the nesting blue  heron has eased off now and  most of Ihe young have taken  flight, hopefully to return next  year if they're left in peace. One  of the young injured birds which  we took to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre in Halfmoon Bay,  managed to fly away before it  was officially "discharged" from  hospital and flew off with a cast  on its leg. We can't help wonder  if anyone has spotted this bird in  the Halfmoon Bay area trying to  cope with its disability.  Don't forget lhat if you have  anything you would like to have  mentioned in this column I am  always glad to pass it along if  you just give me a call.  On the Green  There was a colourful unusual  wedding on Cooper's Green last  Saturday when Chris and Star  Cook, both from Vancouver,  exchanged vows in a medieval  setting. The whole wedding party  were bedecked in medieval costumes as was Pam Robins who  conducted the ceremony. The  group made merry throughout  the evening and even had the traditional pig roasting on the spit.  Btettttt of g��eri)ttt  i i anq t  ,-.U .i  01  :,')l  ' ,JU  faL  P.O. Box 129,5645 Inlet Avenue, Swtwlt, aC. VON 3A0 ___e (604)865-1966 FM (604) 868-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  Regular Council  Meetings  Regular council meetings ate held the 1st  and 3rd Wednesday of every month at  7:30 pm in the Council Chamber at the  Municipal Hall, S54S Inlet Avenue.  Due to the U.B.C.M. Convention, the  following Is the schedule for Council  Meetings in September: Wed.,  September 7th, 1994 at 7:30 p.m. and  Monday, Sept 19,1994 at 7:30 pjn.  Wharf Ave. Revitalization  PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING  to be held at the District of SecheH  Council Chambers  Tuesday, August 9th, 1994 4:00 p.m.  Municipal Ticketing  System  A new Municipal ticketing system is  now In place which means that the  Bylaw Enforcement Officer can issue a  ticket for certain infractions of the  following by laws:  Zoning Bylaw  Business Licence Bylaw  Building Bylaw  Garbage Control, Collection & Disposal  Bylaw  Plumbing Bylaw  Public Sewer Bylaw  Unsightly Premises Bylaw  Mobile Home Park Bylaw  CommlttM Masting Dates  August 1994  Public Work* Committee  Thursday August 4th at 2:30 pm, to be followed by the Parks, Recreation and Arena  Committee  Finance Committee  Wednesday, August 10th, 1994 at 2:00 p.m.  Planning Committee  Tuesday, August 23 at 1:30 pm, to be followed by the Environment Committee  Community Liaison Committee  Wednesday, August 24th at 2:30 pm, to be followed by the Economic Development  Committee  SUNSHINE COAST ARENA  ROLLER SKATING AND ROLLER HOCKEY  SCHEDULE  SATURDAY'S PROGRAM:  Starting July 23rd. 1994 until further notice  1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. Tiny Tot's and Beginners Roller Skate  2:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Scrub Roller Hockey (ages 6 -12 yrs.)  3:30 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Scrub Roller Hockey (ages 13-18 yrs)  5:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. Scrub Roller Hockey (ages 19 and up)  6:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Public Roller Skate (General)  FULL GEAR is required for Scrub Hockey       NQ rentals are available  SCRUB ROLLER HOCKEY RATES: $5.00 per person  PUBUC ROLLER SKATE RATES: Adults $3.00, Teens $2.75, Child $2.00 community  Coast News, August 1, 1994  11  Former executive members of  the Pender Harbour branch of  the Sunshine Coast Credit  Union were on hand for the  grand opening of Madeira  Park's new facility Saturday  July 23. The new credit union  features Pender Harbour's  first automated teller machine.  Roxanne Gregory pholo  harbour highlights  by Frank Roosen 883-2920  Mid-Summer Festival  Not again! I hear some one  saying; but this will be the last  nolice that I will give you, I  promise.  Until of course next week  when I will let you know what  you might have missed if I had  not been harassing you.  It is looking fantastic. Lots of  arts and crafts will be there, live  fish and fresh vegetables (still  wiggling).  As for the entertainment  there will be Skinny Jimmy, the  Great Dane, a guitarist/vocalist,  a couple young singers, two  accordionists; Nick Van Velzen  and Frank Roosen Sr., and perhaps a three-piece band.  As I said before; this could  be the best event west of Missis-,  sippi. Pancake breakfast starts al  8 am until 11 am.  From noon on the Egmont  egmont news  by Lynn Mees  Last Sunday, the forestry  service was here in lown to put  out a fire al the corner of Maple  Road and Egmont Road. A  stump pile lit several months  agodecidedtorekindleitself.lt  had travelled underground. *��f ���  We are fortunate the forestry  service was so efficient and  quick to attend lo the fire, it  could have been a huge disaster  for the surrounding residents.  Has anyone seen a silver cat  with a white belly?  She jumped out of a car on  the corner of Egmont Road and  the highway. Her name is  Meekah and her owners would  love to find her. If you see her  call her and hopefully you can  catch her... she's supposedly  quite friendly. You can give me  a call if you find her, and I'll  gel a hold of the owners.  A big happy thank you to  Gerry Houle who brought us  lots of new things for the thrift  store and for sorting through all  the old unread books.  Books  Book lovers get ready,  there's a vast assortment coming your way. Also a huge  thank you to the Anglican  Church of Pender Harbour for  donating tons of trinkets... they  loaded us up big time. Now our  little thrift store is filling up,  tidied up, and opened up!  Shirley has her jams for sale in  the thrift store as well!  Lions Club will provide you  with hamburgers, hotdogs, fish  dinners and what else?  The fair and music will start  at 10 am until just before dusk.  The playground is open all day  and the kids games will be just  after lunch.  I'm not sure of the hours of  the beer garden but I think it  will be "before the sun comes  over the yard-arm!"  I wish you all a fantastic day  on Sunday, August 7.  Brain Teaser  This little old farmer is going  to the annual market with his  prize winning 50-pound cabbage, his prize winning goat and  his wolf.  On the way he has to cross a  river and there is only a small  dinghy which can only hold,  besides himself, one of the  three!  He has to figure this out. He  sits down, fills his pipe and  thinks. If he brought the cabbage over first the wolf would  eat the goat. If he brought the  wolf over first the goat would  eat his prize cabbage.  If he brought the goat over  first that would look like a good  idea, but what would he bring  over next? If he brought the cabbage, the goat would eat it. If he  brought the wolf, it would be  the end of the goat!  By the time he had his pipe  finished he had it figured out!  I'll give you until Sunday to  figure it out.  The names of the winners  with the right answer will be  announced from the stage.  Game any one  Mixed adult slo-pitch will be  held every Thursday evening at  6:30 at the school playground.  Everyone is welcome!  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Daytime and evening classes are held at the College's  North Campus on Inlet Avenue in Sechelt and at the South Campus in the Sechelt  Indian Band's House of Hewhiwus.  Academic Courses  Students may enroll in a full-time, first year academic program that leads to an  Associate degree in Arts or Science. The Associate degree is a formal credential  i awarded to students who successfully complete the requirements of a two-year  academic program, and is recognized throughout the province. ,  The program also provides the first year of university transfer courses required  for four year degree programs.  ARC 100 - Strategies for Student Success   Math 110  Computing Science 080 Psychology 100  English 100 Studio Art 185 - Design Concepts  Geology 110  Business Administration Courses  Business and business-related programming will provide credits toward a  Business Administration diploma which can be applied to an Administrative  Studies degree granted by the Open Learning Agency.  BMKT 161-Marketing  BMKT 368 - Entrepreneurship/Small Business Management  English 100  Early Childhood Program  Over a three-year period students will be able to complete courses in order to  meet certification requirements of the Community Care Facilities Licensing  Board to work as supervisors in pre-school and day care centres.  Education 254 Education 274  Note: Studenls must apply for admission to the ECE program in order  lo take the ECE courses listed above.  Adult Basic Education  The Adult Basic Education (ABE) Program enables students to work toward a  grade 12 equivalency or to prepare themselves for entry into training programs at  post-secondary institutions by upgrading their knowledge of English,  Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Computers.  Registration is on a first come, first served basis. New students arc asked to call  88S-9310 to set up an interview.  Non-credit Programs  For information regarding non-credit programs please check your brochure,  arriving in your mail box the third week of August.  For more Information on courses and registration, call the Sechelt Campus  at 885-9310.  Important Dates  Aug. 25 & Sept. 6  English Diagnostic Test  August 1 - 30  Registration for ABE Returning Students  August 2- 12  Academic Studies (University Transfer)  Permit In-Person Registration  Augusi 30  Interviews and Assessments for New ABE Students  September 1  Orientation and Registration for New ABE Students  August 25 - 26  Career/Vocational Programs In-Person Registration  Aug. 29-31, Sept.  , 2 Academic Studies (University Transfer) In-Person  Registration Continues  September 6  Classes Commence  Campus Hours  Until August 12  From August 15  From Sept. 6  9 a.m. - 1 p.m. Monday to Friday  9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Monday to Friday  9 a.m. - 7 p.m. Monday to Thursday  9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Friday 12  Coast News, August 1, 1994  ��� ������  ��� ������  �� THE LITTLE STORE ��  L     THAT GREW!     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In honour of his work, a  show of his paintings titled  "Bridges and Beyond" is now on  display at the Quay Works  Gallery in Gibsons as the second  That's a big chunk of time ��� 100 years of combined customer service by these people, first to Bowes Hardware customers and in recent years to Furniture Land customers.  (Bowes Hardware was first opened in 1947!)  Today we are serving thousands of customers in Powell  River, Sechelt and Squamish.  QUALITY PEOPLE  providing  QUALITY SERVICE  ...a recipe for customer satisfaction!  ^%  Best Value' Best Selection1 Best Quality1 Best Service!  5605 SUNSHINE COAST HWY., SECHELT 885-5756  exhibition of the Quay Gallery  Society.  Ochs was well-known in the  Vancouver art world for his  sculpture, from bronze to cedar,  and for his cool geometric paintings done in the 1960s.  The current show, however,  brings together work done later,  combining vibrant colours of  Ochs' Greek landscape paintings  and the mysterious energy of his  pictures depicting Vancouver's  bridges.  Both, says his wife Sulaika  Ochs, represented "an emotional  freeing for him."  It was the clear powerful  light in Greece which first  attracted Ochs to the country in  1982. During the 1980s, he lived  and worked there on and off,  fascinated by the sense of colour  he discovered.  His lemons sit in a bowl by  the window, a meditation, glowing yellow and gold with a hidden light inside them.  He worked quickly, says  Sulaika, with a wet brush and  paper, letting his watercolours  blur.  Later, Ochs brought his love  of colour back to Vancouver,  where he used to comment he  liked painting the Patullo Bridge  because it was "so outlandishly  orange."  Most of the Vancouver  bridge paintings - 60 in total -  were done by Ochs in 1989-90,  just before he was diagnosed  with leukemia. Consciously, he  didn't work with the bridges as  Sulaika Ochs presents the latest and last works of husband Peter  Paul Ochs at Quayworks Gallery. Joel Johnstone photo  symbols, says Sulaika: "He  would say 'It's a bridge - it's  there.'" But she adds, "I think  Peter somewhere deep inside  VINYL SIDING  Aluminum SoUts, Pa* Ccmti i Ratings  VrrrylSurklack Fleering, WMcmiHandral Comings.  ALWEST  HOME SERVICES  "#108 -5530 Wharf St. Sechelt  IN REAR OF NEW WHARF ST. PLAZA  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME    Jim Bain MM572  GIBSONS  CHIISTIAN BOOKS  2A-747 NORTH RD..  GIBSONS  Store Hours:  Mon.-Sat.ll-5  Fri. 11-7 Ph:886-4748  Wide selection of  fiction books in stock  Special prices on selected  books and bibles  New t-shirts In stock  You are welcome to  come in and browse  Just  moved?  Bride  to be?  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In it, a black  canoe carries the golden orb of  the sun across a blue background.  The current exhibit, says  Sulaika Ochs, means "being able  to share him with people. Having people see him, hear him,  touch him. That pleases me."  A reception at the gallery will  be will Aug. 6 at 7:30 pm.  'Hot stuff'  now on  display  at Hunter  Gallery  "Hot Stuff," Anne Gurney  and Linda Dixon's fourth joint  exhibition opened at the Hunter  Gallery in Lower Gibsons on  Salurday, July 30.  Gurney has been busy this  year perfecting new glazes and  techniques.  Gurney has studied at the  Vancouver School of Art, University of BC and Capilano College, plus attending various  workshops with top potters over  the years. Her work is in private  collections from Japan lo Paris.  Dixon is a painter known for  both her vibrant use of colors  and her ethereal pastels, for  realism and for abstract. She  has trained at the Vancouver  School of Art, Washington  School of Art and privately. Her  work is in many collections  ranging from a former president  of the Vancouver Art Gallery to  Ihe former art critic of the Irish  Times, plus several corporate  and private collections across  the country. Both artists have  won provincial awards.  The exhibition lasts from  July 30 to Aug. 19.  If you have a  news  stotyor  see news  hai  885-3930,  The Coast  The Coast Made  .  ^^M��M Coast News, August 1,1994  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE       Marine  ���  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101.  V^     Mnn.-Fri.6-6 Sat. 8-6, Sun. 10-V,  SECHELT RADIATORS   Com/title (Winn System Sennet Centre  - i ��� i'i i i i i ^ i t i i v  ��\t Rq-itli le Rrpliiic Rati., llrait-t Cora, St (Iu Tanki   1  AUTOS TRUCKS  IIWflORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  New. tiled * Rrlnilll . Pick up * Ddlvrry J   i  I Im���tea���H    t* ��� ' ��� *  4M8S.C. II*-".                   ��� 'Mon.. Sal.  Acroa Iruui >      ilncCM 885-7986  f S. 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Thomas   886-7571  GARRYS EXCAVATING  OWNER: GARRY MUNDELL  ��� \*e*km��tamm'UtdaQtmttl  DON'S THE INSTALLATIONS  CeraMlei t Marblt  New Csitttraatien ��� Reeevalleai  IS years eaaerleiue I* Tlleiettl��|  886-4280  MARINE SERVICES  ~  1 ���.  TJiahkYdu-        "^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  y   T.E Coast News  Reo Contracting  DRYWALL, VINYL & CEDAR SIDING  free Estimates ��� Robert (Bob) Osbom  R.R.2,S-9,C-17 Qbsons,B.C.VDN1V0   Ph: 886-9531  Thank You 1  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you Tound them in  y   The Coast News   j  CADRE CONSTRUCTION LTD/  Custom Built Homes  Renovations ��� Additions  886-3171    DAVE MELLOR  CONCRETE SERVICES  ENCO  CONCRETE  servinc; ti ib st 'nsi umi: coast  n��frMix concrete ��� sand * Gravei  Curbs r. 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BCVON 3A0  ENTERPRISES  IKzi/muth Exciting  ��� Land Clearing & Development  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  Serving tha  Coast  for 12 years  Our Customer Service is  prompt with prolessional  work at competitive rates  ^ Ken Blrtdn-888-7487* Cell 8854177  ��!i  nr  QUALITY RENOVATIONS CABINETS  INTERIOR FINISH  EobScoki 883-9283  G.M.S.  Excavating  Gunnar Chrtetiansen  catn.aar.aaM S9C7RR1  Qibsons, BC VON 1V0  M. AINTTNG CONTRACTORS  iMmot/tittnof Faintin( 'hBimWiililH!     *���**-  Rmdntlul ti Commnoil ��� Top Quality Mitnub W��tau]Up  "Free Estimates"  885-5111 �� ___ * 24hr Anwerlngjtrvlct,  MOBILE Wt i UNO AND FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL HEP AIRS  STEEL ��� STAINLtSS ��� ALUMINUM   t����MOTH.KlllE>T.>UUIM UOCOMTMICIKMMXIITMI  ON THE SUMMNE COAIT  .    HOWARD LANG OOCJOII uojii,,   I  \ HIS MED AC   OHOM POO* J* J1 SSUXliy  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  LOGS WANTED  Alder ��� Maple ��� Saw log  Robert Coriett* 886-9783  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trirpmers 14  Coast News, Augusi  1994  Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Rttn your classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times!   Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  FRIDAY AT NOON  __. Gibsons &  W Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Property  MONEY AVAILABLE  BOMOW ON TOUR HOME EflUIIV  1ST, 2ND, 3RD MORTGAGES  Nol Dosed on pb stability,  age or credit.  ConsokJotCn. car  oi whatever good reoson.  PROPERTY PURCHASES  REFINANCE  DEBT CONSOLIDATION  BAYFIEIaD  INVESTMENT SERVICES LTD  20577 FRASER HWY  LANGLEY  SECHEIT TEL: 885-5527  Stvt Rasltor Fmi  Gibsons -1113 Sunnyside, laige  landsaped lot with raised bed gardens, fruit tress, close to school &  bul, quiet well-maintained aiea. 3  bdim rancher, 1248 sq. It. Heavy  insulation, 2x6 const., 11/2 baths,  large deck $178,500 886-8367 or  hi mess all-478-9753       #33*  Foi sale by owner: 1 year old condominium. 2 bdrms, giound floor  corner unit in paik salting. Walking  disance to all amenities. $99,000  886-3363 #33w  Beautilul 2 yr old home close lo  downtown, arena a goK course, 3  bdims, 2 baths up, needy completed basemenl, nice view, gieat  price 885-0336 #33w  5.6 acres timbered 1 secluded,  oceanview. 2100 sq. II. log house,  neai completion. $450,000. 865-  5910 ss  MOSSY ROCK  1.25 ACRES  Last lot available in popular newer  Robeits Creek subdivision. Gas,  waler t paved roads. Close to  school, slore a goll course.  $99,000 886^691 #33w  Homes &  Property  1600 sq It Rancher For Site  Price reduced * pay no commission. Lighl 4 ally, only 1 yr old  #530 Shaw Rd. 886-2820 or 886-  3191, Steve or Sher. Pgr, #1-975-  1071 ss  Very nice lamily home near W  Sechelt School. 2,524 sq It. 4  bdim, 12x16 den, wilh piivate  entrance ��� ideal lor home-based  business. View ol Trail Bay  Islands. Priced well below market  value at $163,500.885-8913#33w  FORECLOSED  Aie you sick 4 tired ol your job?  Gel financial Ireedom immediately!  Learn how to invest in foreclosed  US properties. Eg. Buy homes lor  $3000. Super positive cash Dow  For inlormation package; a $15  investment, write to: GKL Enterprises. 1208 7101C 120th Sl  Delta, BC, V4E 2A0  (604)2904926  ���31c  Gibsons 717 Crucil Road. 4 bdrm  ocean view, recently renovated  home; 2 levels, 2 lull balhs plus  large lamily loom ��� close lo  schools; no agents please  $205,000.8864738 ��33c  Commeicial lot, 38x100. Farnham  Rd. $79,999 985-0412 SS  OPEN HOUSE  12-4 pm, Sat/Sun  502 Eagle Creel  OCEANMOUNT ESTATES  Elegant 3 bdim home, 2 balhs,  level entry, large view deck. 1600  sq/lt, main linished, 1600 sq/tt  down semi-tin Fully landscaped.  Asking $259,000/. 886-0964 #33c  Why tent? 2 bdim view condo in  desirable upper Gibsons. F/S, d/w,  laundiy, paiking. $312 bi-weekly  assumable 5 yi mortgage al  8.75%. Immed. possession. Possible sub-lease, $89,900 obo. Mark  886-8336 ��33c  /ERROR RESPONSIBILITY  PiEASE CHECK YOUR AD ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS  Advertisers am aiked to listen carefully cu aH ods placed by  telephone are completely read bact verifying requested  clouificahotn. start date, number of insertion and a copy content.  We take extreme core to avoid lypogrophtcol errors, however, in  ihe went of an error, we are responsible only lor the firsl incorrect  insertion of an ad. We do not assume ony responsibility for any  reason for an error in on od beyond the ant of the od itself.  ltopoilBnynt��rlMMIDUmYby��ifttgM6-2622  \^it3-3930�� Monday te Friday 9 ojn.��o 3 pjiy  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  Autos  19  23  /ITS  Barter & Trade  Bed and Breakfast  Births  It  30  2  (GREAT  Business and Home  Services  35  \IDE/y  Business Opportunities 38  Campers  ChildCare  25  37  Commercial for Rent  32  Entertainment  33  **************  For Rent  31  ^^^r  For Sale  21  Obituaries ***���  Found  11  3  Free  16  Personal  6  Furniture  20  Pets & Livestock  12  Garage Sales  17  Recreation  8  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  22  34  Storage  Thank You  39  5  Home & Property  1  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Lost  10  Wanted  15  Marine  26  Wanted to Rent  29  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Motorcycles  Music  28  13  Engagements  Work Wanled  9  38  off YOU*  At any of our convenient  Friendly  ���i People Places tm  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 88.V9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  B&J STORE 885-8555  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  In Sechelt     t___  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockside Pharmacy)  886-2622  1.  Homes &  Property  Cottage to move, ideal tor B & B oi  added income. Easy move lo your  property. Fully linished. Details,  886-2751 #32*  Foi sale by owner Two superb 1/2  acre lots on Agnes Rd., oft Lower  Roberts Creek Rd. Quiel surroundings. Treed setting bordered by  ALR. Next lo Joe Rd. $96,000  each. Ellen or Bill, 922-9749 #32w  310 Cochiane Rd. 1B64 sq II cuslom built, 1.5 storey. F/P, vaulted  ceilings, 3 bdrms, maslei on main.  4 pc. ensuite plus 15 baths, island  kilchen ml eating area, built in  appliances, double garage. Many  extras. Close to beach and amenilies No GST, $249,900 886-7902  I32w  VIEW LOT  Bonniebrook, Wesl Gibsons Lot 8.  Harry Rd. 1/4 acre, power and  waler at lot line, perc. guaranteed.  Watch Ihe cruise ships and sunsets. Your dream home awaitsl  $110,000. Builders available. 886-  8445 '32c  Sunshine Coasl home wanted.  Must be reasonable. No agents  please. North ol Sechell preferred.  683-5544. '320  Earn money while having property  paid loi. New 2 bdrm condo near  all seivices / malls /school in Gibsons. 3 appl. $86,995. 255-0651  eves. *31c  West Sechelt 1890sq.lt 3 yr old  rancher, 3 bdrms, 3 baths, large  attached shop. 1/2 acre. $267,000.  885-2060 or 885-9150.        ��32c  Sandy Hook semi watertront lot,  ready lor building. Peic. approved.  Financing avail. 8854395   ��31 w  Level, view lot. SW exp. Quiel  area. Gower Pt. 8864250   ��31 w  Ocean view. Below cost. 5 bdrm, 3  baths, 2600 sq II, sprinklers, alarm.  $289,000. Oceanmount Estates.  8864992 '31*  Eam money while having pioperty  paid foi. New 2 bdim condo near  an seivices a school. Asking price,  $86,995. 3 appl. 6862247 or 1-  2554651 eves ��3lw  SOAMES POINT, BY OWNER  3 bdim rancher, 1863 sq fl. Large  lamily room, l/p, 2 balhs, workshop. Large W. Asking $247,900.  For viewing call 8864396       ss  Gorgeous level entry view home  with in-law or nanny suite on lower  level. This lovely horns features a  built-in vac, sunken living room,  heritage kitchen with eating aiea  on view side. Full ensuite, 2 Ike.  pieces t office/computer sisa.  Fully landscaped, $299,000. No  agents please. 886-2485 or 886-  2893 I31C  Roberts Crsek, house on 12.5  seres, 2 road access 4 SCRD  water tne. Zoning allows 2.2 acre  estates. $499,000. Roberts Creek  Realty. 8864267 #31 c  A give sway st $279,000. Spectacular waterfront, just under 1 acre  lot, southern exposure 1248 sq ft  top Iloor plus finished lull basement, 4 bdrm, 2 baths, 2 kitchens,  very low down payment. 7619  Redroolls Rd. 885-7738      #31 c  Halfmoon Bay. 2 acre view home  w/small cabin, additional lot. No  agents. Asking $325,000. Call 885-  2771. #31 c  SECHELT TOWNHOUSE  #44-5761 Whart Rd. 2 bdrm. 2  bsths, close lo all amenilies.  $113,900,986-4657 01886-3930.  Open Sat/Sun, 12-4 pm      #31 c  Waterfront, 50 tt of sandy level  Sechell beach. Roberls Cieek  Realty, 686-8267 #31 c  Madeira Park lol, Merrill Cresc,  cleared, .34 acre. 8854699.    ss  View id overlooking Madeira Park  Centie, 102 ft frontage clear Septic Ok $65,000 obo 883-9416. ss  Quiet Tuwanek view home, 2100  sq It (across liom water), needs a  gaidener, $169,000. Roberls  Creek Realty. 8864267      #31 c  ACREAGE ROBERTS CREEK  CRYSTAL ROAD. Quiet rural setting, Heed w/hydro access, 1,75 h,  asking, $185,000, no agents  please 8853469 ss  ROBERTS CREEK  BUILDING LOTS  Hall acre selectively cleared on  Richards Rd. Bryan Ledingham,  Sussex SRC Realty Coip, 925-  2911 #33c  W. Sechelt, 1/4 acre GD. partial  view lot, fully serviced. Underground, paved w/curbs. $79,900.  885-4862 ss  Waterfront lot, Sakinaw Lake. Sale  by owners. $150,000. Gary: eves,  1472-2117, days, 1485-7476 ss  Lol 71, Merrill Crescent, Pendsr  Harbour. Ready to build, septic in,  financing. 863-9597. ss  4 bdrm family home w/1 bedroom  suite, W. Sechelt. Good investment. $163,900 obo. 8854764. ss  1.   Homes &  _    Property  W. Sechell, new 1350 sq.ft. ranch-  ei. Dbl. gaiage, 2 lull baths, 3  bdrms, skylight, natural gas heal,  maple cabinets, $174,900 885-  7972. ss  Roberts Creek: 1/2 acre, square  lol, Spiuce Road, $99,000. 865-  5779. ss  Require a building lot in or near  Gibsons, serviced with access for  under $50,000.986-3015 after 6.  tins  Commercial lol across Irom medical building, $95,000.9654412.  ss  In Lovely W. Sschslt  OPEN HOUSE  Salt -3 pm, 8485 Mills Rd  Greal 3 bdrm. 3 bath family home.  Oak kitchen w/ealing aiea, sep.  dining rm. living im. W/F/P and  den on main Iloor All bdrms.  upstairs - Ige. master has ensuite  S walkln closet. Nicely landscaped  lenced backyard w/deck a hot tub.  All appliances included and w/w  carpeling throughout $210,000.  Sale by owner. 739-4100 Vane, ss  Require a building lol In or near  Gibsons, serviced with access loi  under $50.000.886-3015 alter 6.  tfns  7.   Announcement  I 7.   Announcement  H14. Travel  X4  Cameron Robert Colleypriest  made his dramatic debut on July  2, 1994 at approx. 5:55 am,  weighing 9 Ib 6 oz. Born to Alan 4  Roxanne a sisler Chanlel. Proud  grandparents are Eileen a Cy  Spencei ol Gibsons, Audrey  Broughlon ol Wilson Creek &  Henry Hinz ol Calgary. Special  thanks to Or. Gibbons lor going  above a beyond & lhanks to ths  friendly 4 professional staff at St.  Marys. '31c  The lamily ol Winn Tyson would  like lo lhank everyone lor their  klndn��ss, help 4 support over the  years. A very special lhank you lo  Ron Small, Mary Mansfield, Dr.  Petzold. RCMP 4 the ambulance  service. ��31c  SILENT AUCTION 4 GARAGE  SALE by the Robeits Cieek Volunteer Fire Department, Sat., Aug.  13, 10 am ��� 3 pm, SI. Mary's  Catholic Church Hall, Gibsons,  Refreshments available.     *32w  Always tired? Physically drained,  stressed out, overweight? "Feel  the power', Amazing new herbal  breakthrough. Money back guaranteed. Call 885-4762 ��34w  For Renl: Marquees lor weddings,  Bar-b-ques, lamily gatherings. 20 x  20.8852896Of8853474.   ��32w  New in Lowtr Gibsons  ONEHOURPHOTO  FREE  8X10  with every roll  processed until  August 25  287 Gower Pt. Rd  886-4586  (Nat to Qua Rnnurm)  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yaid  maintenance, rotolilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. tins  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 685-7484, 886-9059.  Al-Ateen 886-2565 or 885-7484.  nc  Sunshine Cosst  Transition House.  A sale place lor women and children In crisis. Free confidential 24  hour service. 685-2944 tfn  8. Recreation  WW WHITE  ���U-ttIS  Secret Cove, 2 bdrm condo, 6  appl., view. Asking $149,900.594-  9310 ss  Close in - Gibsons lol, Trickle-  brook Way, $79,500.1-922-3559.  ss  Roberts Creek, 1.0 acre, southern  exposure, partially treed, building  site cleared, percolation test  approved. Robinson Road or  Woodley Road access. $128,000.  666-7372. ss  This is a little gem lor the discriminating buyer. 1200 sq. ft., 4 yrs,  sophisticated adul house, dose to  village. Charming living room, Ike.  place welcomes. Sun-fined kitchen,  breakfast area opens onto s/l patio  4 garden. 2 lull baths, master  ensuite. Big studio (easily 2 bdrms  again!) Sky/11, extra big windows.  Mature artistic landscaping, dog  run and kennel. Appliances. No  agents. $174,900. Call 8854010  toview. ss  COSTARICA  1 lot left in Phase I, Esperanza  Ranch. Each lot 2.5 acres, serviced, private community, tropical  park with hiking/riding trails, swimming. Close lo shopping, beaches,  restaurants, golfing. $26,500 each.  645-5157. ss  Hallmoon Bay. Unique 2 level log  home, new carpets, oak kitchen,  large rock l/p, w/RSF stove, 2  decks, ocean view, on park-like 2/3  acre. Added bonus: 1 bdrm w/loft  cabin, presently rented at  $400/mo $215,000 885-8989. SS  For sale by owner: 3 bedroom  rancher on .36 acre. 8098 Alder-  wood Road, Hallmoon Bay,  $169,900. Don, days at 885-2201,  evenings 6854944. ss  Thanks to everyone who helped  once again lor this year's annual  BBQ 4 LIMBO. Great weather 4  lots ol games made lor a (unfilled  weekend. Congratulations to  Sharon Beckwilh 1994 LIMBO  champion, 2nd place to Pearl  Robertson, 3rd place to BBO Bob  Ferrier, Congratualtions also to the  Kiddle Umbo winners, Champion  Quinn Barabash, 2nd place Kim  Bruce, 3rd place "Perky"  Barabash. Special thanks to Kelly  Barabash lor all the set up 4 help  with the kkjs, also lor being romantic 4 creating tradition on Sunday!  Until next year, keep practising 4  remember our theme 'How Low  Can You Go?" Simone.      ��3lc  A heart full of gratitude to Dianne  Clement, Sue Shepherd, Don,  Wendy 4 Emily Hibberd. Without  their friendship, enormous help 4  generosity, I would not be walking  Ihe good path I am on today.  Thank you, with love Irom Marilyn  4 Kyle. *31c  Colonic irrigation. Call Carolyn,  8854857   #36*   MB ANALYSIS    gives you information concerning  your health level by obssrving  colour 4 structure ol the iris.  Analysis is done Irom photographs  which may be taken in your home  lor your convenience call Vonnie,  683-9853 ��31w  Loretla's Place will now be honoring gift certificates as ol Jan 1/94  tor Lisa's Esthetics, as she has  moved oil the Coast. 886-9569  Mtw  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-8206,24 hour line. tin  Windsurfing equip., boards, sails,  booms. God cond., selling separately. 6654699 (33w  Propane baibecue w/lank, 3  shelves, w/glass on hood. 886-  9346 '33c  Sea Kayaking Instruction. Beginners, rescues, advanced strokes,  Eskimo rolling. With instructor  Audr�� La Pointe, 686-4947  #32w  Wintering In Arizona  Travel Show  Aug. 14/94, 7:30 pm, rm. 101  BELLA BEACH MOTEL, Davis  Bay '32c  WESTCOAST EXPLORERS  TOURS  Aug.2 - Queen Elizabeth Park 4  Grouse Mountain; Aug. 13 - Van-  couvei Symphony on Whistler  Mtn.; Aug. 25 ��� Vancouver Game  Farm 4 New Westminster Quay;  Aug. 27. Pender Harbour Cruise 4  Dinner; Dec. 15, shopping, dinner  4 Christmas lights. Overnight trips:  Sepl. 13-15 Victoria 4 Chemainus,  Sepl. 19-23 Wesl Edmonton Mall;  Sept. 26 Oct 6, Westcoasl Explorers Fall Tour; Oct. 21-Nov. 22,  New Zealand, Australia 4 Fiji; Dec.  1-4, Westcoasl Explorers Victorian  Christmas. For more inlormation  pleasecall 666.4862. *33c  Deal Eric: Is Roland on commission? 131c  Individual counseling ki beautiful  Tuwanek with Carolyn Lincoln,  RPC. * addictions * codependence  ��� trauma ��� women's issues. 685-  4672 #36*  TAIXUVETOA  REAL GIFTED PSYCHIC  1-900451-3530, Ext. 1079  $3.99 per mm. Musl be 18. New-  cal, Lid, (602) 964-7420     #31 w  Cameo Singles Club. Crib, luncheons, potluck dinners, dancing,  hikes, camping. Call fot kilo 886-  3921 or 885-5384. tin  ARTISTS! ART1STSIARTISANSI  A prolessional ARTS DIRECTORY  wi be on the terry this Augusi. Al  artisUs, potters, artisans welcome.  Presentation/discussion at the  Quay Gallery, Thursday, Aug. 4,7  pm or cal Wendy 686-4292 #31c  ANDERSON REALTY  * Rec ran on * Rrawntnt  FREE  CATALOGUE  5686 Cowr* St, Box 1219  SecheH. BC, VON 3A0  es5-32iiFAxsss-2see  V��n Toll Free SS4-001S  RARE OUALITY ACREAGE  Greal Ocean View, extensively  improved, well Ireed and within  walking distance lo Sgls Bay  Marine Park. This acreage is in a  growing large lot subdivision with  two driveways to access upper and  lower sections ol pioperty at  $155,000 Lot 23 of Leaning Ties  Subd will not last long1 Call Dave  946-7655 or pgr 1-979-4042    ss  Gambier Island. For sale by owner  Beautiful 9 acres, 2 bdrm character  house and separate studio. 1 1/4  acre of garden aree 4 new  orchard, stream, 10 min. walk hom  terry.$225,000.Call8863214. ss  ROBERTS CREEK  4 bdrm. home with hardwood and  slate floor throughout on piivate  .67 acre. Two car garage, workshop and potential revenuefm-law  suite. Zoned R2. $259,000. please  cal 685-2253, no agents.       ss  Laurie, Lewis, Tim 4 Kara are  pleased to announce the birth ol  Madeline Blakely MacKay at our  home on July 11/94. 7 lbs 8 oz  Special appreciation 4 thanks lo  Denise Olson, Wendy Clemens 4  Myra Soden lor their care 4 guidance.  SUN SMART  At Maty Kay, we've  KOt your SPF number.  With a variety of  formulas and SPF  levels from 8 to 30.  Call me to select Ihe  Sun Management��  sun protection  products that are right  for you.  ^LMARy KAV  �����. ',,'*<! SI..-. HMO -  Yvonne Valanciua  886-4643  Learn to Scuba Dive  this summer at  5kHI  Flexible schedule  All equipment supplied  Courses start weekly  ���1tt,1M4hr|1t1,M  FEEL THE DIFFERENCE  Are you serious about losing  weight ot tired, no energy? We are  11 leaders in health 4 nutrition.  WE GUARANTEE RESULTSI Al  natural oroducU. 886-3067  #34w  Keys on large ring, plastic $1000  bill, glow In dark mask. Gibsons  Hwy 101 4 Roberts Creek. 885-  5998, reward. ��3tc  1 man's gold band, 1 female's gold  band, one diamond cluster set.  Losl vicinity ol Sechelt. Reward.  8854019 *31w  Set ol keys lost near Village Rest,  w/red 4 black New York key ling.  683.9629 Mic  Jewellry lound at Trout Lake.  Describe to claim. 885-5891 *31w  Camera at Davis Bay beach, July  28. To Identity phone 886-7376  #31c  2 camera lense fillers. Holland  Park, Friday nighl July 22. 886-  3059 *31c  Set ol keys, Holland Paik. 886-  8938. #31c  12. Pets & Livestock  55355555  School of Dance  RAD. Ballet Classes  lifflnffunrnKi  Wed Aug 24 &  SatAus27e5-8pm  1121 Port Mellon Hwy,  (1km from feny terminal)  886-8346  UVE WORDS  Come 4 read or |ust listen lo local  writers on Sundays at ths Kale  Kitago #31*  AN EXCELLENT ALTERNATIVE!  Children flourish In a nurturing  Independent School. Parents have  meaningful involvement.  EARLY FRENCH NMERSION  Playgroup-Grade 5  L'kolePesss-Psrtout  Csmp Douglas, Roberts Creek.  Now taking registrations lor Sep.  tember, 1994.865-5363,886-9074  #34c  ELLEN BESSO  Relaxation for the  mind 8c the body  Trager��  ��  ���Reikil  ~^   ��� Therapeutic  Touch  Release tension &  emotional blocks  in a safe, nurturing  environment  SpccMUnf In wwMfl't ht rith  886-4574   Anyone ever involved with BC  TEEN TOWNS contact Una, 686  2977. Re: reunion Inlormation.  ���36*   PACffIC LIGHT IMPRESSIONS  Custom Photo Lab. Gallery, workshops 4 Stale of the Ait Darkroom  Rentals. $6 25 per 1/2 hr. 1120  Hamiton St 688-2019        #3tc  GIBBLES THE CLOWN ��� songs  with her guitar, balloon animals,  magic puppets, lace painting. 883-  2514,4654628 #31c  Econo Autobody. Summer specials  on now lor bodywork 4 painting.  6864662 #33c  Beaches ��� Trails ��� Rain ��� Shine.  Spiritual walks, mental, physical  health, 686-3953 ��32w  DENTAL TRAMMO  Security'Flexibility'Good pay  A career as a dental office administrator p/t courses avail. 435-  0462. ��"  CREEK STEP  SUMMER SCHEDULE  Tues, Thus, Sat, 9:30 am. Complete aerobic workout with weights.  SI. Aidan's Hall. Robeits Creek.  Evening classes? Call 886-3634  this  Foist Pottery, open Friday and  Saturday 9 am ��� 3 pm gr by  appointment 866-2543 1040  Chamberlin Road, Gibsons. ��33c  C^otHoi>ft  ~ Registered Nursa   ^  Homemokers - Gardeners  Bonded & Insured  Piano Tuning  m     ' repaid  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  HELP oFtye WAY  Ofeansto/toMlarMitour  Ml  II 1^886-3188  | Jews886-3714  Summet tun for kids)  Ages 7-17. Multi-sports, soccer. 4  basketbtl camps. July 4-29, Aug.  22-26. Great Instruction. Coach  Sk*. 886-9659 #32w  Anlique upright pisno. Clinton.  Ivory keys, metal sounding board.  beautiful sound $1000 865-9306  tins  W.L TRAVEL  SECHELTS'BEST  Janice Perry, Ingrid Matthews,  Cynthia Paul  ��32w  W.L TRAVEL  CRUISE A TOURS  Peter Schmidt, Yvon LaCroix,  Rebecca Duthio  ��32w  W.L TRAVEL  865-2964  Joyce Gathers, Charter* Scoular,  SundiHaslam  15. Wanted  Horse boarding, W. Sechell,  $100/mo. 885-3506 ��33w  Gentle horse for lease. Tack  Included. Good for children or  adul. Call 6854038 after 5 pm.  ��32w  Two pygmy goats, 1 yr. old  (neutered), $200; 2 pygmy goat  kids, 5 wks. old (females), $160 /  pr.; 2 pygmy goal kids, 6 wks. old  (male 4 lemale), $160. Evenings  886-0343. ��32c  MAGUS KENNELS REG  Since 1960  Dog 4 Cat Boarding  ���Science Diet-pet foods  Dog Obedience Classes  American Playground trampoline,  desk (small) 865-4503       *32w  Small cottage or suite, Sechell  area for responsible individual.  865-8361 or 1-940-1274     ��32w  Picnic table, outhouse, kayak,  beach equipment, child gym swing.  886-9600 ��32w  Kayaking lite jacket, comly 4  cheap, call 886-7355 tfns  Boat nailer tor 12' Boston Whaler.  Reasonable. 683-9464.      #32c  Little Tykes big slide at reasonable  price. 666-2580 *31w  10 x 20 Atco trailer or portable  building of similar size. 885-4835  '31w  Sailing dinghy, suitable lor children. Sabot, Optimist etc. 886-  2792 #31c  Old used bricks. Please call 685-  3917 tins  WANTED: Books 4 magazines  lor ths elderly. Preferably laige  print, novels 4 picture books. Con-  tad Elizabeth Simpson wk. 886-  2622 hm. 886-7355. tins  BUYING COINS  Bank Notes  Gold 4 Silver  Video Etc.  6864312  Power washer. Call 6864558. tfns  Tent trailer, good canvas hard top.  685-5363 ��31c  tfn  Pure bred registered border code  puppies, 10 wks old, $250.1-265-  4252 ��32w  Saddle, English, all purpose. Good  cond. $425.885-2332        ��32w  Belgian Draft Horse, 17 H.H. gelding, 16 yrs., includes harness,  $1350.885-7430. SS  3 free kittens lo good home, 8 wks  oU. 8854787 #31*  GirfS 5 spd bike, dresser, twin bed,  885-3633 #31*  Bunk beds, single bed, old  chestertiedl. U-pIck up. 886-2427  #31c  Small dog, black 4 white lemale  Shellie. 866-0229 ��31c  Apt. size upright piano, exc. cond.,  appraised at $2000. Lovely tone.  0Kets8864543 #33c  Mahogany piano (Henry Herbert),  $1900.886-3171 #33w  VIOLIN- VIOLA -CELLO  Lessons, all ages and levels.  Redroolls. 685-1066 ��32w  17. Garage Sales  25�� - $1500: boat/motor, trailer;  camera stuff; hockey gear; tent.  Cash spoken here. Aug 6-7,9 am.  5697 Medusa St., Sechel.   #31 w  Moving - every weekend in Aug. or  call - 420 Stewart (oil Winn).  Tools, clothes, stereo, sm. furn.,  d/w, wheelchair, boat equipment.  8864559 #33w  Lawn sale ��� 669 Dougal Rd, Gibsons, Sal. July 30,10 am on. *30w  Coming! Sat. Aug 13, annual Mis-  son Point garage sale ��� watch for  signs! ��32w  Dogpatch Community garage sale,  Sat Aug 6,10-4 pm Port Mellon  #31w  Courtyard Sale. July 30. Starting al  to am at Shornclitle, 5847 Medusa  St.. Sechelt. This sale, sponsored  by Shornclitle Auxliary 4 the residents, is a fundraiser to acquire a  piece ol needed equipment. Donations will be thankfully accepted  belore this dste In arrangement  with Chris Lister, activity coordinator Phone her sl 885.5t26.t31C  18. Barter & Trade  Swap sailing cruises/summer  cabin building trusses lor labour to  winterize, insulate 4 softet cabin.  8864104. #33c  19. Appliances  Metz  Appttance  ���BaiiransM  ILRepat,  Repair to all makes ot  major appliances. Sales  of good used appliances  wilh warrantees.  Call Harvey at 886-9959  Located next to  Patra Pizza on Hwy 101  Gibsons  Fax 8853680 Kenmore washer, dryer, range,  $50 ea.; Iridge, $80; vacuum, $40.  ���32*   8654633 #33* Coast News, August 1, 1994  15  19. Appliances  21. For Sale  21. For Sale  Enterprise 30 in. electric range, cedar shed, 10x12 , new shake 0ur babies have out grown them! Brothers knitting machine No.  $100; Gen. Elect. 12 cu tt. Iridge, roof, lined walls, 2x4 const. Will Dorval Century car sest, $40; KH661 with ribber and electric  $75; Admiral port, d/w, $100. All  need paint job. You move, $600.  Fisher Price child seat, $30; Out-  1985  harvest gold 4 good con. 683-  886-3468  9370 alt. 6 pm. #31c  #33w  2 freezers in working order 1 -18  cult, $100; 1-26 cult, $20. 886-  9106, for further Inlo. Sal or Sun  only. #31 c  Propane range wilh 60 4 100 Ib  tanks plus automatic swlch over,  $150,883-2122 #33c  Moffat H.D. washer. New clutch  needs more parts. Moffat H.D.  Gas Toro 18 in 148 CG lawnmower, $200.886-3549 #33w  21* Citizen remote control colour  TV, $60, Vitamaster comp. exercise bike, near new, $150.896-  9434 #31c  bound child carrier (new), $50;  Gerry baby carrier, $20; Peter  Rabbit comforter 4 twin bed  sheets, $45; umbrella stroller, $20.  8654545 #32w  knitter plus 3 different attachments. Lots ol cone wool and patterns. $1000 firm 883-2887      ss  Sears 9' garage door 4 opener  (new 1000 ea.) $650.8664244.es  5 rolls ol FAX paper 8 1/2,x32B\  '85 Jetta, no rust, new paint. Motor  good. 5 spd, gas good, clean cloth  inlerior. Full piice $5000. 883-  9215 #3lc  1986  1x4 rough codai, 8 tt long, 3 It 1 ��� core, $5.95 per roll. 886-2622.  Jackal lack, 8 1/4 In skill saw, tis         extra blades, Jabsco water pump,   Mirror, 4 sheets ol 6x8' 1/4" plate,  never used. 665-5618        #32* ,2 *������ ch'����� 'A'venl chlmne��'  $150 ea. or all lor $450.866-4655  Computer 286 AT w/ b 4 w moni  dryer, good working cond., $150 ,<H' 45 m0 HD, software, $500  9290  obo. 885-8895 ��33c  $100; laige capacity wood heater,  Boys 12 speed Norco bike, like  $500 all like new. 885-7611.    ss  new, $110 obo. Alter 6 pm, 883-  #31c  '86 Renault, Runs well, some work  req'd. $350.665-0641        #32w  '86 Chev h/back, 4 dr, sedan, one  owner, low kms, snow tiies, new  battery, alternator, pipes, muffler  $2300.885-7259. #32c  sel. 865-1939  *33c  Moving: must sell 10 cu. tt deep Ceiling Ian $40; Filter Queen vac-  freeze (GE). Cal! Doug, 8867882 cum, $90; Alpine car stereo, $200;  #32w Dynaco stereo amplifier, $200;  Golf clubs, almost new, 2 woods, 5  irons, bag 4 cart, $125.886-2902  ��32w  Colour pencil portraits Irom your  favourite photo. Pets, family,  Iriends. 9"x12", $35. Send cheque  or M/O along with photo lo P.O.  Box 291, Gibsons, BCVON 1V0.  Pis. allow 6-8 wks. for delivery.  Washei 4 dryer set in good work-  Ing cond. $220.8850641    *32w  Freezer, 5.7 cubic It..  $200.865-2623  almond,  ��32w  Marantz stereo tuner, $200- Jack-  Bassinet with bedding, bumper  satlstaction guaranteed or money  all $60 886-4214 #33c  pads, Wtnt seat, Geny back pat*,   refunded. tins  Jolly lumper, bath ring. 886-4821  ���32c  18 cu tt. refrigerator. Whirlpool  almond, large Ireezer, exc. cond.  Asking $350.886 8109       #32w  Moffat range, harvest gold, good  cond., $75; range hood, $25.885-  3712. ��32c  Gibiom Mobile  Saw Sorvieo  Plainsawn, Quartersawn,  & Bevel  886-3468  Attention weavers: 45* Alherton-  buil Conlre-March 6 harness Iloor  loom, solid mahogany construction, uses Leclerc parts. $1200 just expired auto shutofl at 3100  lirm. 886-9164, fax 886-9283. i32c   psi, $3500,886-9464, tfns  Heli-ox-18 band mask 4 hosss  wkh communications gear, $3000;  T-30 Ingetsoll Rand compressor  comes/w 5x200 cu. fl. Cascade 3  HP, 3 PH, starter filler, elc. Hydro  20. Furniture  Organic local garlic, large, sasy Maytag washer 4 dryer, $350 pak;  peeling bulbs 4 cloves. Order now queensize waterbed wth drawers,  lor eating/October planting. 885- $150; klchen table 4 chairs, 1200;  Ctoverdale 8 tt. dinghy, $150.885-  5307. #32c  SATELLITE SALES  AND SERVICE  ���33c  Omen Onion Earth Station  Dynamic duo: almost nsw top  L-shapedchesteiM,$75; double qualily Speed Queen washer 4  bed, $100.686-8557        ��33w seasoned Speed Queen dryer. In  Dry, seasoned or green. Call  tine running cond. $500/pr, 886-  0732 #32w  ABEX AUTO  RECYCLERS AND  TOWING  886-2020  "UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  24 Hr. Emergency Towing  'Fully Insured and Reliable'  Guaranteed GoodUsad  Paris for most makes and  models  MECHANIC ON  DUTY  ���4 Wheel Drive, 2 Wheel  Drive and Some Do Drive'  Dead Car Removal  Service  We buy some  and low some  ACCESS TO  SATELLITE PARTS  FINDER  China cabinet, exc. cond, $600.  6869434 ��33w  Pine bedroom set, $695; 3 pc.  sola set, $595; queen bed, $295;  oak table 4 chair set, $995;  dinette, $395. Anytime 325-7494  ���3tc  CHAIR REPAIRS  We can re-glue those  wobbly old chairs.  TIM CLEMENT  see-sat s  1044 Stemount Way, GUbtont  lay, ami  *Swvi)  Windsurfer, begin, to intermediate,  good cond., complete. $350.886-  4773,885-7578 #33c  CHAIRS  35 hardwood colonial chairs, buy  one oi all. $15 ��� $35.666-2667  21 spd mountain bike, $200; 23'  colour TV, $75; answering  machine, $50; rowing machine,  $100.8860662 ��33c  GOLDFISH  al types  SUPPLIES  tanks, pumps etc.  TROPICAL FISH  Klaus, speak to my electric secretary. 885-0679. #32c  Colour TV, $75; golf set, $50;  sewing machine, mote. 665-9783.  ���32C  7 It chest Ireezer, $100; 20 In  colour tv, ex cond. Electrohome,  $75; photographic equipment;  Stlhl Elec Ch. saw, $100; Hitachi  20 In colour tv, remote, exc. cond;  $250,885-9597 #31w  GOOD HAY  HOOTsIs Delivered  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  Whole oats 10c/lb  Call Between 12-1pm  8144317  '86 Plymouth van, 5 spd., 2.2 lire,  cruise control, tinted glass, 5 passenger, bed, exc. cond. $4500.  885-7261. ��32c  76 Ford Ranger 4x4, 1/2 Ion  campei special, exc. cond. $3800.  886-3992. ss  '77 Ford 3/4 Ion, canopy, set up  for towing. S750 obo. 886-4825  #31 w  77 Ford 150 4x4. 80 box, new  tires, tuff box. Good cond. $2600  obo. 8864650 ss  78 Chev, 3/4 ton V8 auto. Heavy  duty racks, uses oil, $650. 865-  9126 #32w  78 3/4 ton pick up */ heavy duty  metal cage, $1000.685-7000 ��3l c  79 Chev 1 ton pick-up, dual 454  auto. Sale oi swap lot motorcycle  (500 cc or up) or piano. 883-2343.  ���32w  79 Landcrulser, diesel, 8000 Ib.  warn winch, warn hubs, new  exhaust, $6500 obo 886-7800. ss  79 Ford Bronco XLT, 4 wh. drive,  auto., looks and runs excellent,  $4995 obo. 686-7099. SS  1M1  '61 Toyots 4x4 p/u. Exc. mech.  cond. Lady owned. $2675 obo.  686-8778 *32w  Wanted Dead or Alive: Toyota 4x4  lor parts,'80-'84.866-9453. #32c  '81 Ford 5 ton, 20'box, 3208 Cat  engine, 130,000k, $5850. 886-  9600 f33w  '81 International 5 ton, piopane,  mechanically certified. Best otter  30 ft wooden gillnetter converted  to cruiser, New diesel engine, fuel,  tanks etc. Asking $16,000. Call  8832231 ��31*  25' Carver, command bridge, 260  Volvo, 275 Leg, loaded. Good  cond. $13,5000,883-2932   #31*  16' Frontiersman canoe, $275.  666.8579 (31*  15' Sangsler f/g boat, 25 hp Evinrude e/z trailer lor quick sale,  $1500.886-8557 #31*  16II Starfire boal 350. New paint.  863-9114 days 883-2432 nights  #310  18 1/2 tt f/g boat w/100 hp, EZ  load trailer, $3000 obo, 886-0120  21 fl Fibreglass boat, new lull canvas, 350 high performance motor.  $4900 or wil consider van or pickup truck. 885-7738 #31c  18'6" Double Eagle jet boat, */  Roadrunner TRLR - SMBLK.  Chev. power, Hamilton Jet RBLT.  $3500. Dave, 8869406       #31c  12 It Boston Whaler 4 trailer, $750  obo, 6884836. No cals alter 9 pm  ���32c  27 Newport Sloop 818,900  Lovely cruiser in very nice condition. Aim 41.B, dodger, good electronics and assumable moorage al  Gibsons Marina. 886-2628   #31c  16' Sangster 6'2" beam, 30 hp  '88 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  <" "al)�� 1��' 8mall��' t'uck- 885'  plus disc player, $5795.886-7150.   3506 ss  ss  1979 Nomad 23' travel trailer,  $7000.866-7594. #31*  Propane powered camperized  van, runs well, musl sell. $2500  obo, 886-4208 ��31w  1975 Chev camper van, raised  roof, low mileage, $1200. 685-  3350 ��31w  Holidaire travel trailer, 8x14. all  appls, plus shower. Will sell oi  Irade lor boat ol same value,  $4000 obo, 686-3549 #31 c  1975 Kit camper, 6 It. Oueen  bunk, stove. $1500 obo. 865-2230  ���31c  1972 Motor home. 46.000 mis. lull  bathroom, sleeps 6. $6500. 885-  5157 ��31c  1983 18.5 It. 5th wheel sell-contained excellent cond. (suit small  truck) $6500 obo, 883-1194 #31c  Reconditioned  21' Nomad Tandem travel trailer,  lull bathroom, stove, fridge, furnace. Sleeps 6. $3950.865-3998  ss  20 tt. Frontier, shower, toilet,  stove, lurnace, Iridge, all working.  Re-cond engine. $7000 obo. Can  be seen at #63. Wilson Crk. RV  Park ss  For renl: 13II. travel trailer, sleeps  4, $200/wkt $200 d/d 865-5307  #35w  28' Airstream travel trailer, good  Suzuki Downrigger, Road runner  condllon, $6,900.866-2622.  tins  trailer, $3250 obo. 683-1138 or  1984  1987  BODYWORK!  UGHT WELDING  Save the high cosl I wll beat any  written estimate on the Coast. For  250 gal oil tank (lull), lower Gib-  Info. 8850531 H33*  19(5  ti pc. Palliser bedroom suile  w/queen bed, $650;round teak  dining rm w/4 chairs, $500. 885-  4672 *33c  Broyhill near new couch 4  loveseal. beige 4 rust dotal, $500;  6x9 oriental rug, $50; Ascot rocker  tub chair, rust, $30.885-8983 ��31c  Bed chestertield, $50; sola and  chair, $200; Chinese black lacquer  chest, antique tables 4 chairs.  8655234. #32c  White coffee 4 end table, $125;  wood couch ml 2 chairs 4 cushions. $375. all In exc. cond. 885-  4821 #31c  2nd Annual  Country Furniture Sale  atBraeslde  sons. Strap ht miy trailer, yard-  work, w.h.y. 885-3433 SS  Electrohome coloui 19* tv, woiks  wel, $50; McLary fridge 64'x30\  exc. cond., $300; wooden dining    table w/leat, sits 10,4 chairs,  MOVING: Livlngroom 4 dining  $125,885-2310 #31*  1960s  84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  '87 Thunderblrd 2 dr 6 cyl, p/s, p/b,  866-6204. ss  am/fm cassette, Dolby sound,  $5200 obo. 886-8201 ��31w  '87 Pontiac 600LE.V6,4 dr, auto,  p/s, p/b, a/c, am/lm cassette. Exc.  cond. $4900.8864561       #31 w  '67 Dodge Omni, 94,000 km, good  1976 Triple E travel trailer, 25 ft.  lull-size, 3 pc. bathroom, full-size  fridge. 4 burner stove, oven 4 Ian.,  exc. cond., $5500 obo. 685-7016.  ss  883-9978  #31c  14 It, Mlrrorcralt Deep Fisherman,  trailer, $1395; 7.5 hp Honda o/b  exc. cond. $595, both $1950.885-  2429 ��31c  6x45 trailer, sleeps 6, clean and 26.6' Bayliner Saratoga (79).  '68 Firebird, big block 400 Munci 4  cond, no rust. $1700 885-5102 ss  spd */ Hurst shifter. Eatons Limit  ed slip rearend $2000 obo 886-  3349 SS  70s  '87 Acura Legend LX. Loaded,  exc. cond. Charcoal Grey.  94,000kms. $12,000 obo. 886-  6906 ths  '85 Chev S10 Blazer 4x4 Tahoe,  $6900 ObO. 866-3382 #31*  '65 Ford Ft 50 XLT, ext. cab,  canopy, 351, s/new parts, gd.  cond, $8900.6854109.        ss  19(6  good cond, 885-2100,  room lamps, tables, tv, single hides-bed, stereo, desk, barbecue,  ollice chain, prints, paintings, diamond earrings, max. 885-3651  Adjustable weight bench w/260 72 Dodge Scamp. New tires, bat-  Ibe, $175; but 18" wheels, Chev, toy, runs *el. $600,685-7503  5x6 stud, $100/set; Ambassador J����_M___M  6500Cw/9 atrophy XL rod. $120 f^ I ICEIt m  Etonic goll shoes, sizs 7, worn \ U9CI/ |  once, $30.886-2175 #31* 1/  Drake SSB radio new In box,  crystals, $1500 obo. Cell 657  0814,7:30 am. Mt��  3/4 ton bumper, $125. Counter** |    IYMSS AUTO Is  Lawnmower, $100; 40 ch. base ml range, ceiling tan, 30' electric ��� TtUCK MCYCURS I  antenna,$75; setofwakietalkies, range, all At 4 reasonable, 885-1 fta6.3aRO ���  $25 Cal alter 6 pm 888-4697        313a ��,. _ ^imismmiSt-m mmi  1986  '86 Mazda B2000, sports cab 4  w/matching canopy. Exc. cond.  asking $4200.686-2970     ��33w  '86 SR5 Toyota 4 -runner, new  muffler 4 tad., stereo. $8000 obo.  8854890 #33c  '86 Ford Ranger. Club cab, V6  4x4,5 spd, doth 60/40 split bench,  portotton. $4300 orrtllcS, EWJ^JS**  bade tor truck. 686.7648.        ss "*���*���� ��anopy, $6500 obo 8K-    4890 #33C  Ford Aerostar, 5 pais. van. ,��� , ��� ~ ~  $7495.885-5795. #32c j*?*? fl"!?���, &'_!*'.   ^  '66 Mazda 323. Exc. cond, $3000  obo. Cal 6864697 ��32w  88 Dodge Atlas s/w, only 55,000  km. Very dean, greal lamily trans-  Rebuilt Volvo-Penta engine.  $14,500.8864967 ��31c  2 person libreglass kayak, all  equipped, good ootid. $2400.885-  7645 ss  22' Heavy lg Davidson double  ender. Single cylinder Faryman  diesel. $9500 firm. 885-9066    ss  41' houseboat. Fridge, stove,  shower, holding tank, bedroom,  $2500. Madeira Park, Ideal lor dressing room. $7500 obo. Ph  boat to 20\ 883-9021 ��33w   eves, 886-9014 ss  1990 dbt. 24' motorhome A-t condition. 686-9025. ss  30 a. travel trailer, remodeled, gas  stove, furnace, shower, $8500.  886-8202. ss  Boathouse, good condition,  10 tt fibreglass car top, new paint, 12' aluminum boat, 7.5 Merc o/b  good condilion, $200. Wanled: 8II motor, $1800 Arm. 886-9049. ss  ^duminumcartop.866-3885     22 1f2 ��� Doub��� E���|, C.B  350/280 baltbag VHF soundei,  $23,000,885-3448. *  #33w  '66 Cavalier Z24, V-6, Pwr. sun-  root w/ak. Exc. cond. $6,800 obo.  886-7854 afl. 5:30pm. as  #32w  1/2 inch banding system ml sask  and band. Aa nsw: Stripex brand  S 341 Tensioner, S369 Sesler  Main sale July 30/31 4thtoughout <��lmP*^ 100�� "���* * ���*��"  the summei, 114 pm. Items lobe MOOtt t/2 Inch nylon band. Cut-  considered: Painted pine harvest '���"' ���*-*������ *750- S*11 �����' ��M0-  table, folk painted pine drop Iront  desk, 8 It klchen cupboard, 18th  6884196  ���32*  Large chest Ireezer, $129. 885-  5033 Miw  Used wooden klchsn cabinets I  drawers. Info, cal 886-9221 131*  Temporary construction power:  poles 4 insulation, 885-5635  ntw  73 Super Beetle, $2500 obo.  883-9234. SS  1171  79 Dodge Caravelle, exc. cond.,  good mileage, 225, good tires,  exhsust, lady driven. $1200 obo.  886-3413 ��33w  79 Chev Malibu, 4 dl, 287 V8  auto. P/S, p/b, SB.OOOmiles. A  #32w  $350 6864615 686-2231   131*  good clean runner. $950. Bran-  ��� don,686O208 ��31w  century Scandan^n unpaged IMEffiK Bend,Jo, van. qdck *��e Iwd-  pin. demi -able, seveial old folding _^n_t��m     ~ ���WW***"**"*  screens, smal painted atmoire, tai  ! '.     _  pine book case. American dining tr Roadway travel trailer, $800 mnty traHar, good condMon, $300.  table w/4 chairs, small wooden obo;'77 Chev 3/4ton p/u*/11 It ^^557 '                 mw  klchen tables, milk stools, chairs, campei, $900; dectric wheel disk,       chests, mirrors, lamps, rugs and $400 obo. 8854288         f32w CEDAR SALE  much, much more. Roberts Creek  ��������� 1 snd 2 In. stock siding, board 4  (oft Lower Road at top ol Cheryl 1968,4 tip market onboard, exc. Mfcnfremim*,. (854506  Ann Park Rd). Raki or shine. 886- "nd., $550; 6 tt sliding patio M1w  3886. THIS IS NOT A OARAOE *����� *' *****. *minum ***  #32 one window broken, $200. 885-  2001  1900 GRAND AM  Air, Cloth Sejw. Auto. Low Miles  $5500 OBO  886-2683  77,000 kms. 5 spd. Heavy guard  rack in back, $3600 obo. 865-5580  #3fc   '86 Toyota van, runs well, will  need shocks, $2500.886-7584. ss  87 Nissan Multi van. 4 wd. Exc.  Shape, $7000 obo. 79 Ford 3/4  Ion. $2200 ObO. 8864465    M3w  SECHILT MARINE]  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain Mil Murray I  MCMM.C. M.N.A.M.S  M.AB.Y.C. ���Morine  SwveyorlcnW Constants  New trailer, 3000 Ib cap. $2500.  8854621 SS  Wantsd: Classic  "about 886-2738.  run-  ��� r  19 ft. Campion hard top, cuddy  ......    ���  Jt    ...   .... cabin, hi canvas. Powered by 898  19' Bayliner Capri bowrtder W Mercruto, ��������� w-tf ^ ,  130 hp galvanized trailer. Exc.  m, m��� Hp Vwy ���, smm>  cond., sounder, skis, lile jackets,  $12,300,886-9452 ��33w  12 ft aluminum boat 9.9 Johnson  o/b; galvanized, ezy-had (taller,  used mostly hr mooching. Perfect  cond., clean inside 4 oul, $8500  obo. 885-5025 SS  221 Bell Buoy rebuilt 302 aid Merc  IM brand new. $1800 685-7893 ��33w leg, convedWe hardtop and can-   : :���   ����� i,h,^i��. i,i h,,u tmieat hoi   "as, VHF, lishlindei, trailer,  ��*��*��*=  \\\tt���ZT��2  $12,000. W* cond*, p*trads.  tailgate. On piopane. $13,400  obo. 6864199 #31c  SALE  TW SOI  M2w  Fill, sand, gravels. Reasonable  rates. 886-5070,8864386, Doug  Two window insert air con. units,  #34w  Mountain biks, $130; men's 10  spd, $20; L Boy lawnmower, $40;  bird cages, $10 ea; wooden rocking horse, $100; Johnson 4.5 o/b,  exc. cond., $300.665-3633 *33w  LIQUIDATION SALE  1986 Ford 4x4 crewcsb, $6000;  1967 Ford 4x4 crewcab, $11,500;  1988 Ford 4x4 crewcab, $8,500;  1986 Ford 4x4 crewcab,  $10,5000; 1967 2600 Invader,  crew boat. S24.500. 4674486,  8654497 *33w  79 Porche 924,72,000 ml., premium condition, $5800 obo. 856-  0181. ss  79 Fotd Fairmont, good running  condition, new transmission,  exhaust. 865-5102. ss  ���80 Ponliac Grand Am, ps/pb, V8  new Ikes, new muffler, am/lm cassette, slight rust. Motor runs excel-  '88 Nissan Sentra 5 sp., red,  AM/FM cass. deck, new front tires,  exc. cond., $4900 obo, 8864837.  SS  120 hp Meic. Cruise FWC. Rebui  block 4 leg, traket. Trade eonsid- *"  ers. $9000.8864146        #33w  $100 ea; 2 Konica SLR omens,  zoom lens, flash case etc., $350;  Glass dining WHe, 4 chaks; beige ^mfimmtmm^m  photo couiss, $200. Considei sofa bed; 81/4'table saw; rowing M1c  otters. 886-9649  M2w   machine. Exc, cond.886-2884#31c  Machinist tools 4 mlhvright tods,  exc shape. Single stainless steel  sink */ taps, good cond. 886-2431  ���32*  For all your  renovation needs call  BRUCE RANDALL  CONTRACTING  ��� Residential  ��� Commercial  ��� Free Estimates  Call Bruce 885-19*9  ProMe chainsaw, $100,1211. fibre-  glass canoe, $275; bunkbeds,  $50; Allen MDC organ. $1400;  tiros, p 195/70 HR 14, Chev rims,  $60 6839324 #33*  York 2001 home gym, as ne*.  $350; 66 in. soaker tub, while  fibreglass. Never been used, paid  $500, sell tor $350.885-9076��33w  Large Scale Herb etc. Drying  220 V 6000 watt 20 cu It custom  firebrick-lined dehydrator, possible  use as Un. $1250.885-7462#33*  26" Zenith colour TV, $100; Even-  flo child's convertible car seat. $85  885-3130 #33*  SUNCO  Recycled Building MoWioli  frenchDoorsM-Eje.Doori  Alum. A VurA Windows  UgHNng/KHchen &  Bathroom Fixtures elc.  VW otw iter* artxt  ������������������������  5653 Whorfkd, Sechek  Recycle* Sm  MON-SAT 9 om-5 pm  Your Logs to Lumber  Custom Sawmilling done  on your property  to your specifications.  885-3506  Nloka cellular phone, $200; 2x4  studs, pwout,�� each. 886-9340  ���31c  Empire oil-burning wood stove.  $300; 110V hot water tank, $50  8858983 Mic  Oouble glaze glass tor windows,  57x91, $125ee. 6868201    Mic  '81 Cutlass Supreme, maroon  body, exc. shape, no rust, needs  motor wotk. $1400.88S4874M3C  81 Escort SW, aulo, exc. on gas,  $1400000.866-3993 Mtw  '81 Mazda 626 standard, sunrool.  pert, windows, etc. Recent rebuill  motor Body rusl needs work. 1st  $650 lakes It. 885-5450, or 665-  0668 Mtw  '90 Buick Le Sabre LTD, 63,000  k's. Al extras, $13,950, excellent.  883-2246 M3w  '91 Mercury Cougar, auto., air,  power, white, exc. cond., 35,000  kms.$15,0000tO.886-3623.   ss  '91 Sunbird SE, V6, 5 sp.. 2 dr.,  air, tjl 4 cass. $8900.666-2688.  SS  89 Ford F250, $11,500 obo. Call  886-0389 ths  89 Z-71 stepside 4x4, luly haded,  must sel. 686-7484. ss  14(1 aluminum Mirrocrartt 4 trailer,  $1000.665-5373 M3c  24' work / pleasure boat, t/g on  wood, exc. cond., zero houis on  rebui 316, new ax-maniMdt, nsw  s.s. shaft, wiring, painl. Ful pike  10 ft libreglass Tender, dual hull includes dinghy, oars, 9 hp motor.  w/oats. $280.665-7219       M3C $7900.863-2990. ss  Boston Whalsr, 17 It. Fishing Heavy (My St ton ramps bul to  69 Bronco II XL silver, V6 5 sp,  /water ski/bak tank, dbl. battery/ auk. 883-2810 or 8834200.     81  1992  '92 Honda Civic, white, Sony  stereo, exc. cond. $9000. 886-  2341 ss  '92 Aerostar, 7 psss. Exc. cond.  42,000 km. 686-7524 eves.     ss  19*3  CLEAROUTI Used lires. wheels,  Chevette, Honda Accord parts.  81 Cougar 2 door, auto, sun root,  885-7167 ss  new brakes. $950 obo. 686-3993  ss  can., dean 4 comfortable, $9800.  885-2133.  '91 Ford Ranger, ext. cab, V6  standard, 53,000 km, am/lm cass.  Exc. cond. $10,500.886-7637  ���33*   81 Chevy S10, Mack s/b, pioneer  stereo. Great condition. $6250  obo. 886-7096 M3c   1992   81 Fotd F150 cuitom, dual tanks,  ale, aulo, $8200.683-2033. 132c  '77 Wilderness trailer. 22 It, ac,  self-contained, exc cond. tandem  axel, towing package, priced to  sell or trade. $5000 Dale, 885-  6331.886-2723 #33w  VHF/ sounder/115 tip/trailer.  $15,750. Thurs - Sun only. 886-  4688 ��33c  Forced to sdl, luxurious fibrsglaas  Force 50 yacht, teak decks, 58 fl  ot craftmanship, world traveller.  22 a. Sea Ray, $11,500. Sounder, Fridge, stovs, mlcmeme, waler-  galley pac. marine head, hard 4 "*"��� eta*aitt*m. **_*��� *_���  maker, bathtub, showei, 2 heads,  king and queen beds, greet galey,  huge salon, Volvo diesel, radar,  Loran. saleite navigation, weathet  fax, FM and ham radios, Inboard  computers and much mon. Gtest  condition, wi consider real estate  trade. $190,000. Herb Craig 886-  2277. ss  soft top, auto bal tank, hsh finder.  clean 4 last. Hsve all receipts,  may trade lor small boat. 885-  5623aft.6pm ss  16 It Thermocrafl fibreglass boat.  First $350 takes. 8854804   #33c  Propellor lor 115 Merc ob. 19  pitch, good shape, $100, 866-  9346 #32w 27' Concorde l.g. cabin cruissr.    316 Chrysler I/b, rada, VHF, CB,  1969 Campion 250 Sunbridge sounder, compass, slseps 4.  VoMi 350 Chev wih duo-prop leg, Excellent condition. Ready to  Copper marine bottom paint,  $3S/gal; 2 Insulated stove pipes,  Assorted fabric* single box spring  $45 ea, Andte, 8854019     Mic  4 mattress; dressmaker's lorm;  bind hemmet. 885-7579 eve #32w  Panasonic SV 3700 prol, dat.  recorder, $1200; Panasonic 8  track am/lm amplifier, $20; RCA  top load VCR. $60; older B4W  bookshell spsaksri, $25 pair;  assorted smal speakers; Sony R  to B recorder TC 252D, S50; Nikko  TT, $50; 1976 Chev 3/4 ton van,  $500.665.1086 M2w  Solid pine right angle bunk beds  w/desk, $225 obo. 885-5934M2W  BARK MULCH  Mushroom manure, $28 sq. yard  Single bed Irame w/plywood;  maple single bed, head 4 dame  w/new mattress, best otter each;  Danby bar Iridge, $130; Kenmore  BBQ w/tank, cover 4 bricks, $100,  Sred. 886-7774  weighl bench, ell weigMs 4 some      accessories, $150; dder ski rack, Make an otter! 1600 In. (1.0) new  $25- vanly w/sink 4 shower, $25 6 Inch bevel cedar siding. 885  ea 885-5396 #33c   0545 #32w  Fir or alder, $120. Split 4 delhr-  M2w  Riding lawnmower In running  cond., $250 obo. Kids mountain  Mte, lie new, $80 obo. 8846481  Mtc  PROOUCTB  Mixed firewood, spM 4 delivered.  Ful cords, $100, cedar available,  8966340 *Kc  PLEASE MUM  CHILDREN'S WEAR  Earn free children's clothing by  hosting ��� home party. Lots ol lun  wkh lots ot beneth. Cal now hr a  free catalogue, to place an order  or book your party. Kim: 8854918  MIC   Gtandlather dock from Germany,  oak. many features, beveled gtas.  8866650.  ss  2 construction wak planks, 24 ��.,  aluminum/wood. 8856737.    ss  '61 AMC Concord, white 'una  good, $550 865-1942 u  '81 VW Jetta 4 dr. 5 sp, sunroof  $3500 obo. 886-7989 ss   1902   '82 Buick Rsgal. one owner.  $1100.8868579 #31w  '82 Ford Mustang. 117.000 ks. 6  cyl. auto. Very good condilion.  $2500. Cal 8866368. ss  82 Mazda RX7, good cond., new  clutch, biakes, $3100.886-8032  Swap 16 salboa tor smal pickup  around $1500. W* pay difference  6868934 Mic  Leisure craft hard lop tent trailer,  In exc cond. Ideal hr a smal family 885-9076 #33w  20 Double Eagle, luly equipped.  260 hrs. sit. cabin, head, stove,  icebox, etc. Exc. cond. $27,500  obo. 885-2191. M2c  1949 34 It. Monk diesel cabin  cruiser. A very economical boat in  excellent working order $25,000.  8862738 ss  '88 compact/import truck camper.  Brand new f/glas canopy short 3-W. tridge. lurnace, slove.  box, lull size pick up. $550. 665-  Immac. con . $3600. 885-5972  $10,500,883-2409.  ��32c  4600  ���31*   #33w  50s  55 Chevy pick up, 283 4 spd.  $5500; 327 Corvette motor, rebui.  $1500.665-5467. ss  69 Ford F250 wood truck Runs,  36' Gran Mariner TRI, exc. cond. 0  his. on diesel $120,000. 886-  9833. #32w  30 ft. libreglass Rawson sailboat,  diesel power, new canvas.      $26,000.Cal863-1112.      M2c  23 Prowler trailer, Rea bedroom, ,J jj gJjjJJJ e|b|n bo��� ���|m  aH equip, stays, Psd rental stays 8 tabe,lul canvas, 120 Merc cruise.  March 95. Al Head Water Manna Fy|) c reb(jin ^ sounder VHF.  (Madeira Park). Otters: 983-9502    c��� ^^ s|eeper 8Mt9 ������.  ���31w  1980 Falkland motor home, 27 ft.  cruise, air, awning, loaded.  $10,500 240-2898 cell        #33w   19BJ   '63 Honda Accord h/back. 5 spd.  new clutch, tires, exc. cond,  $3300 obo, 8855545 #31 c  $400 obo or trade tor computer Ttaye| uailw ^ T,���y. Spacious,  er. $8000 obo, 883-9858  printer (Mac (Hus|. 8854089 ����   _ w, bath, sleeps 8 .Immaculate   cond. Phone 885-4048 eves tor  viewing. Priced to sdl. ss  cruise. $17,800,886-7240,  18 ft. Fibreglass. Volvo I/O, boat  Tandem axle trailer. $3800. 883-  2297. ss  25 ft. Peindl, depth sounder, good  mech condition $9000 obo. 886-  4870. H  Heavy duty 50 lhat ramps bul to  suit 8632610or8838290.     SS  28' Unifty fibreglass, brand nsw  motor and other extras, hi of dec-  ironies Reasonable price. George  866-8139. IS  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1992-1993  Evinrudes Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort. 883-2456.       tfn  27. Mobile Home:  '70s  72 QMC Jimmy. Good body.  Black w/FQ top. $2000 obo. 885-  3537 Mtc  84 Honda CMC hatchback 150OS 75 Dodge propane 4X4, ere* cab,  std., 1 owner, exc. cond. $3495 completely rebuilt, price slashed  tlrm. Call 885-3943 and leave  $4995.885-7516. ss  76 Ford Club wagon 4x4, 460  aulo, 33' mud tires, $4000 lirm  686-7812 #33*  '84 Crown Victoria auto, o/d, d/l,  a/c, ���extras, $2950,885-9648 ss  17 It travel trailer: Iridge, stove,  turn, shower, etc. $2000 obo.  8839450 eves M6c  12 ft Apollo camper. Good shape,  w/shower, $1800.885-3697 ��33w  1969 Coleman lent nailer Sleeps  4, good con., $1200 obo. 886-  22 II. K4C Commander, 1975  model. 18B Meic cruiser ��� 7.5 Park space available in Sechelt.  Merc kicker, Irim tabs. Many Commonwealth Homes ��� Chilli-  extras. $6000 obo. 886-3232. M2c wack, BC. 7924676          M2c  12' Kencraft libreglass boat rated Must sell: 1989 14x70' wilh  tor 20 hp motor, $395; 15' Fran- 10x20' addition in Seima Park,  tiersman libreglass canoe, $350. Fridge, stove, drapes included.  6866430                       #32c $41,500 885-5593.            M2C  Silver Sands Resort yearly moorage avail up to 30 fl boat. 883-  2630 Mtw  1977 27' Prowler trailer, good  cond., toll price, $4500.683-9215  ���31c 16  Coast News, August 1, 1994  28. Motorcycles        1 31. For Rent  1976 Harley Sportster tOOOcc.  must sell. $4000 obo. 886-9324  #32*   1979 Honda CX500, shaft driven,  water cooled, saddle bags 4 wind  shield, new tiies. Exc. shape. $975  obo. 883-2172 #32*  1986 Honda XL 350/R, 18,300  kms, $1200 obo. 885-7187.   #32c  '89 Suzuki GSXR 750 1400k.  $4900 obo. 886-0181 No test  pilots. ss  '85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, like new, 20,000 km.  $3,500.8864616 aft. 7 pm,     ss  29. Wanted  to rent  Small RV or camperized van Irom  mid-Sept lo mid Oct. 885-3743,  #33w  Two older women seek 2 or 3  bdrm suite or home, lower Gibsons, Prefer waterfront Non-smokers. 686-9151 #33c  OO YOU HAVE FOR RENT:  a 3 bdrm home on the waterfront,  quid 4 privale (no hwy noise) anywhere along the Sunshine Coast?  ARE YOU LOOKING FOR reliable  long lerm tenants starting Aug 17  We are Iwo responsible, energetic,  semi-retired women with a peaceful cat 4 exc. ids. Please call collect 604-669-8596 or 604-874-  9994. #32w  "There's no piece like home!*  Cozy, one bedroom Roberts Creek  house or cabin needed asap lor  quiet, responsible working couple  w/cat. Cal Jane, 865-3930    ths  Meticulous leaching couple Irom  West Vancouver seeks clean  attractive small house or town  house wilhin 15 mins drive ol  Roberts Creek, Sept-June, n/c,  n/s. 926-1149 #31*  Large, clean lamily home in  rural/natural setting. Prel. Aug 1.  Exc. rets. 1-535-9572 #31 c  Reading clinic coming to Madeira  Park in Aug. needs 34 bdrm furnished home to house 4 clinicians  tor the month of Aug. 266-3721  Mtc  Responsible working couple  looking hr a 2 ��� 3 bdrm house hr  long term rental. Rels. avail. Panda Harbour area only. 883-2212.  2 bdrm furnished Tuwanek. lease,  $700  3 bdrm view execulive house.  Slema Park lease, $1200  Sussex Realty  Property Management  Dave Austin 165-3295  ���31c  N/S female roommale tor Sepl. 2  bdrm, 5 appl. 4$375/mo t ulil  886-7764 #31*  HOUSES  Two bdrm house, view, w/ w/d, l/p,  central Gibsons, $750 plus util.  Lower Village 2 bdrm house, w;  w/d, property is zoned commercial  so has varied applications are possible. Current residential rent at  $650 plus utilities.  Central Gibsons, 2 bdrm house,  S650/mo plus ulil.  APARTMENTS  Two ��� three bedroom apts rent  includes bed 4 hoi waler $650 4  $675, no pels.  GRANT REALTY LTD.  666-3330  3 bdrm upper suite watertront Gale  Rd. Lease, $800  4 bdrm view Davis Bay, lease,  $900  4 bdrm lurnished Halfmoon Bay,  lease. $800  2 bdrm side duplex Redrooffs,  $800  2 bdrm 4 bed mobile at SCMH  Park. W/D, s/l. Avail. Sepl 15,  5550/mo 8862622 #33w  2 bdrm suile between upper 4  lower Gibsons, clean 4 comlortable. WOodstove In living room NO  partyers, no pels. Rels req'd.  $425/mo. 686-9326 #33*  3 bdrm rancher in Gibsons, aval,  immed. $600. Alan, 755-1639M3*  2 bdrm mobile on acreage. 4 appl,  S600/mo plus hydro. 886-7461  ���33*  Waterlront adult-oriented 2 bdrms.  N/P $515/mo. Sepl 1 886-6435  ���33c  Furnished house w/view. Walk lo  lerry. Avail. Oct 15 - April 15/95.  Low rent. Preler retired couple or  professional N/P 886-7394  M3c  1 bdrm suite, private entrance,  sundeck, panoramic view. Walk lo  lerry. $470/mo. N/P. 866-7394  ���33c  2 bdrm cenlral Gibsons, view, 2  balconies, skylight. Hydro 4 cable  not included. $595/mo. 686-7018  th  I bdrm suite, newly decorated.  Aug. 1. $400/mo, N/S, n/p. Quiet  aea. Reed Rd. 888-7261     Mic  Hopkins, new, 1 bdrm apartment,  private path, super view, 806*7516  H2w  Summer rental, 2 bdrm view suits  across yacht club. 6869737. ��32c  For Rent  Gibsons Langdale  Spacious, near new 3 bdrm town-  house, 1620 sq. ft., covered balcony, 1 1/2 balhs, 5 appliances,  soaker lub, skylight, carport.  $850/mo, 885-0615, M2c  Large 3 year old duplex in Upper  Gibsons avail. Aug 121/2 baths,  3 bdrms, 6 appliances, close to  schools, shopping. $800 per  monlh. Rets, req'd. N/P. 885-9540.  #32c ^^^  2 bdrm Farnham Gardens ground  Iloor, avail Aug. I, $600/mo, 886-  8963. ��32c  Beautilul new 3 bdrm house in  Langdale. Avail. Sept 1, $975/mo,  886-3385 Ml*  Nice quiet 3 bdrm upper main Iloor  ol house. Close to school 4 amenilies. rets req'd. S600/mo ���util. Aug.  1 929-4969, lv mess 649-6165  #31*  1 bedrm apts. lower Gibsons.  Bright 4 sunny, new kitchen 4  bathroom. Very quiel. Security  entrance Laundry. S620/mo. 866-  3420 Ml*  Waterlront Soames Pt. 3/5 acre  level beach, I mi. from Langdale, 2  bdrnH. (urn, 6 appl, grounds keep,  er. Sept-June $800/mo N/S. N/P,  Responsible */ rets 886-7298, j>  263-7900. Ml*  Lower Gibs. 3 bdrm main Iloor,  house. Aug 1. $675/mo ���util. Refs.  1-937-7467 M1w  Bright above ground basement  suile. Preler 1 person, n/s. Full  bath, large kitchen. Avail Aug. 1.  $435/mo +1/3 util, 866-0548 Mtc  Large 1 bdrm suite, new, close to  beach, Gibsons, deck, laundry, Hr  floor. N/S, iVp. $500.686-7609  Mtc  Langdale studio suite, spectacular  view, t/p, w/d, walk to ferry, util  inclu. $525/mo. 686-2691     Mtc  Waterfront 1 bdrm house, Lower  Gibsons. Partially lurnished,  $600/mo phis hydro. 886-9518  Mtc  Deluxe 3 bdrm duplex. Avail Aug  1,$850/mo. 8866287        #31 c  3 bdrm upper duplex, Roberts  Creek. $750/mo, avail Aug. 1  NRS Sechelt Realty Ltd  885-9093  For Rent  Roberts Creek  4 bdrm double wide mobile, wood  stove, 4 appl, large deck on 1/3  acre, ideal lamily home. $850/mo.  Septt. 885-0835 #32w  VACATION WEEKLY RENTAL:  new 2 bdrm home, sleeps 4. Close  to beach, garden, pond, ducks.  886-7372 #32*  Seml-waterlronl Roberts Creek.  Smal new house. 2 appl, n/s, n /p.  Aval. Sept 1 $625/mo. 686-8124  ��32w  3 bdrm waterfront home. No ani-  mats. N/S, Sept - June, $750/mo  865-311301604-9269494   #31*  For Rent  Sechelts district  For Rent  Sechelt & District  West Sechel - 3 bdtm, 2 balhs, 4  yrs old. $850/mo. 885-7669  Mtc  34. Help Wanted  Davis Bay -1 bdrm ground Iloor  apt, newly decorated, opens onto  lenced landscaped yard. All appl.  $540/mo. 1.9660459 #33*  5 bdrm watertront, wdk to Sechelt,  gas, heat, (ridge/stove, n/p, avail.  Aug. 1. $900/mo. 665-5474 alt. 6  #33*  Oceanside, oceanvlew, 2 bdrm  apl, Davis Bay. $650/mo plus util  avail Immed., n/p, n/s. 685-3715 or  7928731 after 6 pm. Mw  2 bdrm mah floor ol house, lv. rm,  d. rm, 3 spl, use of w/d, carport,  $750/mo plus 2/3 hydro. Avail  immed. 685.3165 #33w  Davis Bay - Avail. Aug. 25, new  ocean view 1200 sq. ft. 1 bdrm  ate., private patio 4 parking,  shared laundiy room, all ulil. 4  cable, rels. N/S, n/p. $550/mo  (lurn $625) 685-5396 M3c  2 bdrm townhouse, n/p, refs. Suit,  tor adults, Jolly Roger site,  $650/mo. Avail. Oct. 1.594-9310  ���33c  3 bdrm mobile home, Sdma Park.  Naw carpets, sundeck, w/d,  $585/mo. Lease aval. 6656898  M3c  Inlet View Guest Houss. Furnished, accommodates 6. Daily,  weekly rentals. 6854490     ��36c  Hallmoon Bay /  Pender Harbour  Beaut 3 bdrm fully furnished  home, lantaslic view. Avail. Oct.  1/945. $900/mo, 885-2235    Mic  Rustic artist studio in Middlepoint,  $300/mo. 883-9899. M2c  2 bdrm cozy mobile; Pender Harbour, $400/mo. Furnished/unlur-  nished. 883-9112 M1w  Waterfront apt available. Fantastic  view. Seven Isles Apt., 885-3910  ���31c  Sunny 2 bdrm home on 1/2 acre in  Secret Cove. Jacuzzi, Jenn-Air,  wood stove, $750/mo, Pam, 224-  5943. Mtc  Vacation Rental - 4 bdrm. executive home with waterfall, beach  docks, volley ball and hot tub on  Sakinaw Lake, road access,  J850/*eek, 855-5157, SS  32. Commercial  For Rent  3000 sq It commercisl space lor  renl. central Gibsons location.  Avail immed. Denis d 866-3705  Mtw  1100 sq. ft. industrial/commercial  lor lease, Wilson Creek. No triple  nd.  1022 Sq It. retail/office spacs.  Sechelt. Lease hold Improvements  NRS Sechelt Redly Ltd.  885-9093  For Rent  Roberts Creek  New 3 bdtm home, Robeits Creek  SlOOO/mo. Avail. Sept 1��� 886-  0426 *kends,1 -7396827 wkdays  ���33c  Nice house, privde location. Short  walk to Roberts Creek Park 4  beach. Avdl. Sept. 1. $800/mo.  886-2182 #33c.  3 bdrm, 6 appls, downtown, lenced  yard, n/s, n/p, lease, rels.  $1000/mo. Phone 865-4320  between 3 4 6 pm. #32c  Royal Terraces, 3 bdrm expensively torn, oceanlront condo, al appl,  l/p, rec. facility, adult complex,  $1000/mo. Avail. 10 mos ol Ihe  year. Cal Andrea, 8854111 Mtw  Davis Bay ��� Self-contained recently  renovated apl, main floor ot house.  Large wrap around deck, partial  view, f/p, 2 bdrm. $675/mo. Suit  couple ot single. 865-2307 or.1.-  9666459 M1c  Sandy Hook 2-3 bdrm, 2 baths,  view. Avail Aug 15. or Sept. 1. N/S.  N/P, (700/mo. 594-5279.  Mic   tin  Industrial work shop, Gibsons,  1500 sq fl, 12 ft celling, $1200  inclu taxes. 6866615,8862231  #31*  Over 1500 sq It store front located  in busy small plaza off Hwy 101.  Exc. lor business office. Long term  lease avail. Newly renovated. 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Contingency lees Simon  Wener S Adler  CLIPPER BLADE and  Scissor Sharpening Sen/.  ice 25 Years experience  all work guaranteed Geo  Robson, Box 1355  Chemainus, B C VOR  IKO. 1-600-335-8586  SUNSHINE COAST  VICTIM WITNESS SERVICES  Position: Assistant coordinator  (part time)  Reporting to Ihe Victim/Witness  Services Coordinator, Ihe assistant  will be responsible lor supervising  the dally operation ot the program  a the volunteers' caseloads.  Ensures policies 1 procedures are  adhered lo S assesses service  Inquiries. Assists the coordinator  wtth recruiting, training, scheduling  a monitoring volunteers. The  assistant will abo work directly wilh  victims, witnesses ol crime, & per.  lorm a variety of clerical duties.  Qualifications required: experience  in a supervisory position, preferably wtth a social sen/ice agency.  The successlul applicant will be  able to work within a team setting:  have the ability to work wtth staff,  volunteers, 8 the public In a crisis  situation; maintain confidentiality;  ability to work wall with justice  related services. Computet/word-  processing skills, good writing  skills, 1 the ability to obtain A  maintain a security clearance.  Valid driver's license 4 vehicle.  Preference win be given to candidates with post-secondary education in either criminology or social  sciences.  Send resums with relerences &  covering letter (handwritten) to:  Executive Director, Action Sociely,  Box 2647, Sechelt, BC. Closing  dale is Augusi 19,1994,     #3lc  Looking for enthusiastic a energetic people to compliment our  team. Now hiring part time positions tot servers & line cooks, day-  lime shilt available. Mail cover letter to RR*2. S4.C16, Gibsons BC  KBw  Wanted: hoe or cat operators.  Please send resume S reply to  Box 426, c/o The Coast News, Box  460, Qibsons, BCVON IVO I33w  THE PACIFIC NATIONAL EXHIBITION still has openings in Its Food  a Beverage Dept. for FAIRTIME  COOKS - short order 8 lull meal  cooking experience and/or training  essential. Applicants must be  available lor shilt work days,  evenings & weekends. Please  drop oil, lax or mail resume immediately to: Human Resources Division, attn: Vivian Elliott, P.O. Box  69020, Exhibition Park, (Renfrew 1  Hastings), Vancouver, BC, V5K  4W3,fax25t-7768 ��31c  34   Help Wanted       I 35. Business &  Home Services  34. Help Wanted  370    I  [4 00 each additional word  Realtors  mw of tiptritncK  trail h  Make more }S with us  ��� 100% or generous  f  spl/'tplan  top notch location *  jure fire tra/n/ng  Reliable seniors req'd part time  work. Reliable vehicle necessary.  National Cancer Fund, 1-977-7473  toll Iree lor Into. #3lc  EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR  Sunshine Coast Association For  Community Living  Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Execulive director will provide leadership In developing policies, programs & seivices to meet  the needs ol the mentally challenged, & Iheir families, served by  the Association.  Previous management experience,  excellent client relations skills,  employee a community relations  skills are required. Salary up to  40K depending on qualifications &  experience. Applications accepted  until July 31,1994. Please submit  your resume to:  Mr. Frank Schmitt, SCACL, Box  165, Sechelt BC, VON SAO, ph;  (604) 885-4099, lax: (604) 885-  7702 #31*  Log Cabin  Authentic log cabin buill to your  dimensions on masoniy stonewall.  Beautilul old fashion lifestyle.  24'x35' complete. $57,900. B86-  0506, tinman. *32w  Carpenter Available  Res/comm darning. Inlerior residential finishing. Michael, 886-  0041    ��32w  CREEK WOOD FLOORING  Installation, linishing, rellnishlng.  Free estimales, 8850641    ��35w  Secretarial service ��� Your resumes  and letters typed professionally.  Reasonable tales. 885-4237. #32c  ARBUTUS LANDSCAPING  Certilied utility arborisl. Maintenance, new installation, Iree work.  Free estimates, Klaus 886-0907.  #32c  GLASSFORD  PRESS, LTD.,  publisher of  THE    SUNSHINE  COAST NEWS  & WEEKENDER  I would like to thank all  those who applied for the  sales positions. I will be in  contact with all of you mid  August.  Simone CarlysleSmith  Sales Manager  Permanent babysitter needed lor  delightful 2 yr old girl, ml laity  worker mom. 8869730      #31*  1.) Receptionist with computer-  Word Perfect exper. Familiar wtth  olfice procedures. 2.) Part time  position must be experienced in  desk-top publishing, page layouts  1 copy, call Sunshins Coast  Employment Agency. 883-2162  131c  35. Business and  Home Services  THE PACIFIC NATIONAL EXHIBITION is recruiting tor RADIO DISPATCHERS and part-time  PATROL/USHERS to wotk during  the annual Fair (AUG. 20 - Sept.  5). PatroVushets musl have a current IFA ticket and be available lo  wotk yeai round at special events.  Radio Dispatchers must have  experience with two-way radio  communications. Dispatching lor  polics or lire service would be  desirable. Please drop oil, lax pt  mail lesume immediately to  Human Resoutces, PO Box  69020, Exhibition Park, (Renfrew i  Hastings) Vancouver, BC, V5K  4W3, lax: 251-7768 131c  ADULTS NEEDED. Earn up to  JiOOO/day acting ki TV commercials. No experience. Commeicial  Connection, 685-2443 131c  BUSY COMMERCIAL agency in  need ol new faces lot upcoming  commercials, no experinece necessary. Nsw Facss Talent 689-  9466 ��31c  KIDS NEEDED tor over 150 TV  commercials to be shot in Vancouver Call Kids Are Us Talent  Agency, 684-9872 ��31C  PEOPLE NEEDED  lor TV commercials. All types 4  ages. Cal Screen Actors Agency,  6694559. I31C  Lee's Famous Recipe Chicken  requires p/l t l/l cooks,  hosts/esses tot ks Aug. opening in  Trail Bay Centre Mal. Experience  preferred. Please ssnd resume to  RRl, Caldwell Site. CS. Sechelt.  BCV0N3A0. 132c  JOB FMDMO CLUB  A 5-week financially assisted  Canada Employment Centre sponsored job sesrch program. The  program Involves: *an interactive  group support process (undst the  supervision ot s facilitator) to help  acquire effective |ob finding skills ���  skills t aptitudes testing ��� basic  computer skis. Must be in receipt  ol Unemployment Insurance benelils Proposed startup August  6/94 For more information 1 registration phone 8666099     ��33c  Part time chambermaid needeo.  8866343 133c  Applications now being accepted  lot breakfast/lunch cook. Send  tssume to: Lotd Jim's Resott  Hotel, Box 18. JR Site. Halfmoon  Bay, VON 1Y0 or lax to 885-7036  Applications may be dtopped oil at  Lotd Jim's, Ole Cove Road. Halt-  moon Bay ��32w  Have fun while helping youi communily. Nifty Thrifty's needs volunteers 2 4 hrs /wk Please cal 886-  2468 or 686-3440 131c  VERSATILE TRACTOR Co.  Ik Excavator  * Bobcat with Landscape Rake  * Fencing & Landscaping  , m     Dan Plows ��__  i'Sgjfc 886-2485 ** J��  HORIZON  PELLET STOVES  Na Mnoke, No Chimney!  Dealer for Jwnutowii  EnviroTire, Tempest  Avenl  CAU.IU-SIS3  Established marina in Secret Cove  is seeking to till p/t sec/office  admin, position. Duties Include  postal clerk, cashier, reception,  merchandising. All applicants musl  have good communication skills.  Resume requited. 685-7888133*  Temporary bookkeeper must have  AccPac 6.0 experience i ability to  train stall. Call Sunshine Coast  Employment Agency 8832162.  133*   Sunshine Cosst Home Support  Society requires s registered nurse  to provide nursing dukes 1 educational information rot dents, families 4 stall ol the Adu�� Day Centre  Program Must be registered wilh  RNABC. m good healh. t have a  cat. Preference given 10 those wth  experience In a similar setting  Ssnd resumes by Aug. 12/94 to:  Adult Day Centie, Box 2420,  Sechek. BC. VON 3A0, attn: Sally  Dusenbuty #32w  The Driftwood Inn requites additional housekeeping stall. Energy  a enthusiasm as important as  experience. Application to the  General Manager , Box 629.  Sechek #33*  Server required. 19�� yrs, Sechell  Goll 1 Country Club. Contact  Donna or Trudy, 665-4653 I33w  P/T helper in family daycare, own f^^, |ig��� fluJMs ��� ^  transportation, rets,, TB check, ExM, j^ (^ ^fc (jg jj  recotd check 8856470. UN Wel- jnC(0fy| 24 h- (604)623-2380  "--"'���"-a. e__ rt.A74. ft,  HORIZON GLASS  LIMITED  ���prrialtiing in rommerrial A  rn>i(lrntial ajatina-  1 l��rr Lil yeanrxpfrliM-  ( nrtiix'lilm-. |,rom|it h-nicf  CaHMUISS  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  Ceramics All kinds ol tiles, marbles. Installations, complete bathroom renovations.8666934. #32c  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  Ouality home builder. Forms, framing, linishing, decks, renovations.  Call Drew at 985-4557       #31 w  MAJESTIC LANDSCAPE  SERVICE  Turf laying, low maintenance landscaping, landscape renovations,  hedge planting/trimming, lawn  maint, brushculting, weedeating,  rubbish removal elc. 8856737  ��3tw  Framing crew avail. Contact Peler,  665.9349 ��31c  Brushculting ��� Weedestlng ���  Landscaping ��� Rubbish Removal  ��� Lawns ��� Hedgetrtmmlng ��� Bark  Mulch' Rockeries 885-6357#31c  DEVCO POWER WASHING  All types ol siding, gutters, window  cleaning, patios, decks, concrete  driveways, boats, RVs, etc. 886-  0069. #33*  rrt0-a$erYHi+  a^rretttft, CmimtSmite  ROT REPAIR SPECIALISTS  Outbuilding, addition, renovation.  Structure inspection a documentation. 8856070 #33*  JALFBREGIASSAVWYL  Sundecks, carports a balconies.  Bu* to suit ot upgraded. Free estimates. Ouality work. 733-7257,  eel 377-5584. 133c  Liquid vinyl exterior coalings, stucco or wood. Waterproofing a dear  sealers; concrete, stucco, decks,  fences, roofing. Cell: 6606405  ���31c  MJJ SIDING  Vinyl A cedar exteriors, soffits t  lascia. Fred Cocker, 8856065,  eel. 1680.1580. ��3lc  DM People  Yard maintenance, new landscaping, rework old landscaping, weekly cuts, inside repairs, low rates,  exc. rets. 886-9593 ��31c  MOVING: Urge 5 Ion buck with 2  experienced men, only $50/hr  Insured. Bonded. Fully eqipped.  Local, Vancouver Island. Empty  van going to Calgary, Edmonton,  Kelowna a Kamloops. 663-5052  NIC  HARDWOOO FLOORING  New floors-supplied, laid, sanded  ��finished. Old floors-re-sanded 4  re-IHshed. Lyle Haytet Floors Ltd.  885-7833 #36c  RITEWAVPAWTERS  Interior, exterior, pressure washing, quality workmanship satisfaction guatanteed. 25 yrs expeiience Bob, 885-4804 133c  TANKS  UNLIMITED  TANKS OF ALL TYPES  ��� Waler, Fuel. Chemicols  ��� Polyeihelene  ��� Fiberglass ULC Fuel  ��� Custom Fabrication  ��� Septic f RP S. Poly  TIM  885-8381  BARRY'S  WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE  Metal 1 vinyl siding cleaned, gutters cleaned in A out. 686-3277.  134c  AARNE  Professions! Watch, Clock  and Jewelry Repairs  Scandinavian educated. 30 years  experience. Call 8856624 Aarne  or leave a message. #31c  m  Fruit  gardi  walls  clean  Jettei  show  Free  2976.  Yard  |obs,  9694,  #37w  Hn  Exper  rates.  Rubbi  discoi  Used  install  gj  NO!  LIC  MO  Take  #131  appli  Lice;  cast  DL2  Com  N.W  litem  N.E.  .055:  Envi  #401  Com  mack  Burn  rcspc  consi  iafor  Lowi  JAM  ;|  *  w]  RECYCLE  THIS  PAPER!  BOB'S RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yaid clean up, etc. Will remove  whalevet haunts you. Quick, couf-  leous service 885-4804      133c  TRADITIONAL DECORATING  Paint -Wallpaper  8866425  this  The Home Doctor - one cal covers  tt all Dave, 8666922 #32w  HOPPY'S TRANSFER  Economy shipping between mainland t Sunehlne Coast. Construclion t agriculture supply our specialty 886-7774 #32w  DUMP RUNS  Will remove anything, anywhere,  anytime 686-7774 #32w  COASTLINE FENCING  Wooden A Chain Link  OeckeAPorchM  Cal alter 6pm 886-2215 Bob tfns  CABINS TO CASTLES  Design, renovation, remodel.  Fuming to lockup. 8866380,886-  0664eves. Ifn  QUALITY WOODWORK  We look al al jobs big ot small. Fot  prompt, quality wotk at an affordable ptice. call Art Giesbrecht  8860372 or 885-7169. tin  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal. Insured. Guaranteed  Work Free estimates. 665-2109.  tfn  NO!  LICI  MOi  Take  #130  appli  Licci  cast:  DL2  Com  titer  litem  aloiij  ha. I  Lime  King  Com  maili  Bum  rcspc  cons  iitfot  Low  JAM  1 35. Business & ��� 36. Work Wanted     I 36. Work Wanted     136. Work Wanted  Home Services   I I  37. Child Care  Coast News, August 1,1994  remember when  17  UWN* GARDEN  Fiull tiee pruning and spraying,  garden renovations, retaining  walls, hedge trimming, general  cleanup. Call 8866180. tin  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 883-  2978. tfn  36. Work Wanted  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yatd clean up, light moves, odd  jobs, quick, friendly service, 885-  9694,1-975-0147 toll Iree pager.  #37w  HITACHI EXN EXCAVATOR  FOR HIRE  Experienced operator, reasonable  rates. Glen, 663-9025        #33*  Rubbish removal 885-4708. Senior  discount. #33*  Journeyman carpenter w/good  knowledge ol other trades, sell-  empl. as small gen. contractor lor  12 yrs. seeks a perm, p/l job, not  nee. inconslr. 885-7305,731-  7837, collect. #33c  BACKHOE FOR HIRE  in Pender Harbour area. Call  Peler, 883-2407 #32*  Do you need help? Odd jobs, yard  work, required by group ol hardworking individuals. Reasonable  rales. Pis. contact Lisa Carter at  SC Assn. lor Community Living  885-7455 ��2w  13 year old wants work lawn mowing/babysitting. 885-5934, hi. mess  #32*  Class I driver ml alt, city 1 highway  exper. 8 yrs geneial Iteight highway. 10 yrs construction, tandem,  gravel trucks & end dumps. Clean  abstract avail. 883-9767     #32*  Used motors & trans supplied and Live in caretaker or house sitter  installed. 665-4706 #33* Local refs. John 685-4098.   #32c  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR  LICENSE OF OCCUPATION FOR PRIVATE  MOORAGE  Take nolice that 379737 British Columbia Ltd.  #1300-885 West Georgia St., Vane., B.C. lias  applied lo B.C. Lands Oflice in Burnaby for a  License of Occupation for privale moorage on the  cast side of Halkett Bay, Gambier Island known as  DL22S9, Gambier lid., Gp I, NW District.  Commencing at a post 82 meters (ti) 185�� from the  N.W. corner of Lot 2259 thence 20 m @ 270��  thence 32 m (en 180�� thence 10 m @ 90�� ihence  N.E. along shoreline lo P of C and containing  ()55��lta. File #2406182, Ministry of  Environment, Lands and Parks, Regional Oflice  #401-4603 Kingsway, Burnaby, B.C., V5H-4M4.  Comments concerning this application may be  made to Greg Kockx at #401-4603 Kingsway  Burnaby, B.C., V5H-4M4. Be advised any  response to these advertisements will be  considered part of the public record. For  information, contact FOI Advisor, BC Lands,  Lower Mainland Region at 660-5500.  JAMES GREEN, REALTOR.  Llill  NOTICE OF INTENTION TO APPLY FOR  LICENSE OF OCCUPATION FOR PRIVATE  MOORAGE  Take notice that 379737 British Columbia Ltd.  #1300-885 West Georgia St., Vane., B.C. has  applied to B.C. Lands Oflice in Burnaby for a  License of Occupation for private moorage on the  cast side of Halkett Bay, Gambier Island known as  DL2259, Gambier lid., Gp 1, NW District.  Commencing at a post 280 meters @ 185�� from  Ihe N.W. comer of Lol 2259 thence 19 m @ 262��  Ihence 25 in @ 172�� thence 18 m @ 82�� thence  along shoreline to P. of C. and containing .05321  ha. File # 2406183, Ministry of Environment,  Lands and Parks, Regional Office #401-4603  Kingsway, Burnaby, B.C., V5H-4M4.  Comments concerning this application may be  made to Greg Kockx at #401-4603 Kingsway  Burnaby, B.C., V5H-4M4. Be advised any  response lo these advertisements will be  considered part of the public record. For  information, contact FOI Advisor. BC Lands,  Lower Mainland Region at 660-5500.  Drywall Tapet  Save money! You board, I'll tape.  15 yrs experience. Ouality service.  885-5564 #32w  Renovations carpenter avail. 7  days per week. Spec, kitchens I  baths, darning, drywall, linishing.  865-3320 Larry. #32c  Overnight care to elderly or chil-   Mother ol 2, ages 3 S 5, will  dien, relerences, bondable. 886-  babysit, my home. 5 yrs. expert-  9879. #35w   ence working lor daycare. Heatthy  ��� ;���; 77 ~    snacks and lunches, arts and  House cleaning and house sitting,  eran8| lot8 0( uc Re|s ava||  Please call Karen 886-9325. #32c  relerences, bondable. 866-9879.  #35*  YARD  ATTICA  BASEMENT  CLEAN-UP  Call for FREE Estimate  886-3309  m,2 S10 C4 Gibsons. BC VON 1V0  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard clean up, light moves, odd  lobs, quick, friendly service, 885-  9696,1-975-0147 loll free pager.  134*.  House cleaner available. Reliable,  hard worker. Reasonable rates.  885-6034 #31 c  PLUMBING  Remodelling, burst pipes, hot  water tanks, plugged drains, leaky  faucets. Call Paul 886-9420 #39w  COOL RUNNINGS  One Ion buck available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rotolilling, odd jobs,  865-3917, tfns  Gardening, gas weedealer, lawns,  ground maintenance, window  washing. 886-2999 #32c  37. Child Care  Mother ol one would like to look  afler 2 children, l/t, mine or your  home. 685-0583 #33c  Childcare available In my bright  Langdale home. Shiftworkers ok,  lots to do inside/out. TLC, first aid.  Refs avail. 886-4053 #33c  Daycare available. Relerences. In  my home, reasonable rales. 886-  3001 #32w  AN EXCELLENT ALTERNATIVE!  Children nourish In a nurturing  Independent School. Parents have  meaningful involvement.  EARLY FRENCH IMMERSION  Playgroup-Grade 5  L'icole Passe-Psttout  Camp Douglas, Roberls Creek.  Now taking registrations lor September, 1994,965-5363,886-9074  ��34c  Langdale Day Cere  Quality licenced lamily daycare.  Bright, well equipped ml qualified  supervision. Also taking registration lor tall. 866-7648 #32w  Expeiienced nanny available for  ft/pt live-out position SB5-6034  #310  Two loving, mature, capable  women will babysit your baby by  the hour, day, week or month, Irom  3 wks. and up, our house. 885-  6024,665-6263. #32c  Babysitting (anytime) relerences,  bondable. 886-9679. #35w  Please note ihe legal advertisement in the Monday July 25  issue "The Corpotalion ol ihe District of Seeded" was in error.  The Coast News apologizes (or any inconvience ihis may  have caused.  THE DISTRICT OF SECHELT  COWRIE STREET/SHORNCUFFE AVENUE  INTERSECTION RECONSTRUCTION  Sealed bids marked "Bid (or Th�� District of Sechelt, Cowrie  Slreel / Shornclitle Avenue, Intersection Reconstruction" will be  received at the offices of  The Dislricl of Sechell, P.O. Box 129,5545 Inlet Avenue,  Secheh, B.C. VON 3A0 up lo 12:00 noon, local litre, Friday,  Aug 12,1994.  The work involves:  .1     Pavemenl femovol and construction ol new osphahic  concrete pavement.  .2    Installation ol new curb ond gullet and sidewalk.  .3    Conshudion of underground stotm sewer system  including manholes, catch basins and service  connections.  .4    Extension ol existing sanitary sewer system.  .5    Ornamental streetlight system.  .6    Construction of approximately 30 metres of retaining  wai.  .7    Traffic control and utility coordination.  Contract Documents moy be examined al Ihe offices of The  Dislricl of Sechelt, Associated Engineering (B.C.) Ud., and  Vancouver Amalgamated Construction Association plan  viewing facilities.  Contract Documents will be available for pick-up by interested  General Contractors at the offices of The District of Sechell ond  Associated Engineering (B.C.) Ud. on or after Jufv 25,1994 at  12:00 noon upon nonrefundable payment of JoO.OO pet sel,  GST included  Technical inquiries by bidders are la be directed to Mr. John  Wild, Manager of Engineering and Public Works, The Dislricl  of Sechelt, Telephone No. (604) 885.1986.  Bids musl be accompanied by the specified Bid Bond. The  lowest or ony bid will not necessarily be accepted.  J. Wild  Manager of Engineering  Public Works  Ihe District of Sechelt  P.O. Box 129  5545 Inlet Awmue  Sechell, B.C. VON 3A0  Associated Engineering  (B.C.) Ud.  3004940 Conodo Way  Burnaby, B.C.  V5G4M5  ASSOCIATED  ENGINEERING  /F  38. Business  Opportunities  Earn US$$$ Leaders needed in  sales & marketing across Canada.  Be first! Phone/lax 925-4728 or 1-  976-6300 #31C  Consumer Care franchise. Janitor/carpet/window cleaning/handy-  man/lawn service elc. Call now  525-9597 #32w  SKINCARE  Pharmaceutical^ approved, doctor  formulated 100% natural qualily  skin care company to sell at work  or in your area. Excellent company  i benefits, training provided. Call  Angela 469-2237 #31 c  HELP  Pan-time or lull-time - help In our  business, work al your office/home  and make $$S Mrs. While, 432-  6690 #31c  Qet your own 1-900 business and  get paid In US dollars! Call Don  Lapre of the TV show 'Making  Money*, 1-600-639-5925    #31c  Aluminum railing I vinyl sundeck  business, earnings ol $160,000  easily possible ml this proven, successful system for Sunshine  Coast. Complete operation  includes tools, equipment, supples, training I promotions J can  be operated from home. All lor  only $9,500. Phone Mr. Clayton:  Vane. 1-522-7238 #33c  OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS  Distributors wanted, small investment required. Unlimited potential.  Call 685-3245 or 8854816   133c  Pender Harbour lully equipped  machine shop. Owner retiring, firm  price, $95,000. David Thomas,  1.9113 #31 w  J475 Weekly  Homeworkers needed to make  stylish beaded earrings, year  round, at home. Into: send a self-  addressed stamped envelope to:  ACCEX CRAFT-829 Norwest Rd,  Ste 613, exl 3003, Kingston  Ontario, K7P2N3 #32c  NOTICE OF SALE PURSUANT  TO THE  WAREHOUSEMEN'S UEN ACT  Notice is hereby given that the  storage lots held by Len Wray's  Transfer Ltd, Box 166,1052 Highway 101, Qibsons, BC, in ths  name ol Rob Boyd/Tom Peterson  will be sold at a public sale loi  debts outstanding and cost ot sale  within 30 days ol ths second  appearance of this notice at a  location designated by Len Wray's  Transfer Ltd. #31 w  NOTICE Is hereby given that an  application will be made to the  Director ol Vital Statistics lor a  change of name, putsuant to the  provisions ol the 'Name Act' by  me:- Barbara Yvonne Chouinard,  RR1.S2.C36. Gibsons, VON IVO,  886-0913 to change my name from  Barbara Yvonne Chouinatd to Barbara Yvonne Barrie. Dated this  twenty-ninth day ot July, AD 1994.  #31*  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  WORK!  5 YEARS AGO  Terminated Gibsons public  works supervisor Skip Reeves  announced his intention of pursuing legal action against Ihe  Town of Gibsons. According lo  his lawyer, Reeves only desire  has been lo have an opportunity  to hear the reasons for his dismissal, have council hear the  reasons and have an opportunity  to answer the complaints in front  of council. However, that opportunity has not been available,  Reeves' lawyer said, so his client  will pursue legal action.  Vandals identified as Sunshine Coast residents caused  over $2000 damage to Dan  Bosch Park and beach area off  Highway 101 north of Pender  Harbour last weekend, devastating a project that had been completed by the Parks Department  only two days before.  10 YEARS AGO  The long awaited and controversial marina is showing evidence of becoming a reality with  the installation of the floats this  last week. But several new questions have arisen. Some of the  concerns are the inaccessibility  of Ihe launching ramp, maneuvering problems for large boats  and a high spot at Ihe corner of  the marina.  An official letter has been  received staling that MacMillan  Bloedel Limited "wishes to  withdraw our application to perform 'hack and squirt' with 2,4-  D on the following sites," and  lists all Sunshine Coast sites  included in the application  except D.L. 1625 on Conrad  Road.  After weeks of public and private deliberations, the Sunshine  Coast Regional Board at its regular meeting of July 26 gave  third and final reading to by-law  264; the comprehensive and  explicit document regulating the  use of land, buildings and structure with zones.  "There is any amount of  opportunity in fish farming,"  said Brad Hope of Tidal Rush  Marine Farms of Nelson Island.  "We're right at the base of a  whole new industry, and there  are no guidelines. It's no longer  'can it be done,' but 'how will it  be done.' We have the opportunity to shape it into anything we  want it to be."  15 YEARS AGO  Benefits are already being felt  from the completion of the long-  awaited 14-inch water main  across the Utilities Corridor to  West Sechelt and Halfmoon  Bay, which was opened July 26.  Roberts Creek Lions hope to  undertake the biggest program in  Lions Club history with Ihe  approval of a proposed project to  train purebred German Shepherds and Black Labradors as  seeing-eye dogs.  Only five per cent of every  litter of pups can be trained and  the training program lasts three  years.  Roberts Creek Lions have  received SCRD approval to  develop the Roberts Creek Park.  25 YEARS AGO  Senior Secondary Principal  and Municipal Alderman Tom  Elwood, described as a  'livewire,' is leaving Gold River  to take up residence in Gibsons,  where he will be principal of  Elphinstone.  Elwood describes his decision  to leave Gold River, where he  has lived for two years, as the  second hardest decision he has  ever had to make. The first was  getting married.  35 YEARS AGO  Michael Douglas Poole of  Granthams Landing has been  awarded a Dudley A. White  scholarship at Washington and  Lee University for 'deserving  journalism.'  A subdivision with a great  future is now on the market,  announces Harold Wilson of  Totem Realty. Georgia Viewa,  the former Dougal Bluff, provides 92 lots, many with views  unparalleled in British  Columbia.  45YEARS AGO  Howe Sound Co-operative  Canning Association in a letter  to the Gibsons Board of Trade  has pointed out that freight rates  are liable to drive them out of  business. The letter points out  that freight costs on a case of  jam are as high between Gibsons  and Vancouver as between Vancouver and Alberta.  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  LOOKING  TO  ,  EXTRA  MONEY  OUT  OF  YOUR  BUDGET?  TRY  SELLING  UNWANTED  ITEMS  IN THE  COAST  NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!  BULLETIN BOARD  HOYAI   IIRR/U I',  mill l>IN<'.    'i'l / / Wll l\ RI   K H     Mr MM I    K c     -BOX  800   VON i AO  ���   8 8 ',   11t, 1  MONDAY, AUGUST 1,1994  UPCOMING ME  Outdoor Recreation Advisory Committee  Tuesday, August 9th at 7:00 p.m.  Regular Board  Thursday, August 11th at 7:30 p.m.  "Please note: Meetings for Parks and Public Utilities  Committees origionally scheduled for August 4th have been  cancelled  SlfclMtlNG  NOHa TO ALL SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT WATER USERS  INCLUDING SECHELT AREA RESIDENTS  Due to the recent hot weather ,ind high water demand,  effective luly 13, 1994, EVESIINC SPRINKLING IS  CANCELLED until further notice. Your cooperation wilh  sprinkling regulations is greatly appreciated.  'USE WATER WISELY - LETS ALL DO OUR PART'  S.K. Lehmann, Superintendent of Public Works  ODD numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on the  following days:  ��� Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 7-10 a.m.  MOTE- MnSPBIN*IINr.FVFNINr.S  EVEN numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on  the following days:  ��� Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from 7-10 a.m.  NOTF- NO _____\ INC. EVENINGS  Note: Only 1 Sprinkler per Property is  Permitted  ATTENTION: 'PLEASE TURN OFF ALL  SPRINKLERS IN THE EVENT OF A FIRE IN  YOUR AREA  *  Ml  HOURS ��� MONDAY TO WEPNtlPAV ttOOAM TO SlWM, 1ftti|*ftAy frW*fclPAV "^M T��*fJPJ  Vl ���������������������-       ���������*���������   '���'���        ..i~Xl-��-i-*M*--s***aa*e****^-��.a***Aim^ 18  Coast News, August 1, 1994  sports  minor ball  The double A Gibsons Minor Ball Pee Wee all-stars concluded Iheir  1994 baseball season in Surrey last weekend.  The team lost their opening game, won their second game and let their  third game go in the seventh inning to fall from the running in the Lower  Mainland Zone playdowns at Lionel Courchene Park in Guildford (Surrey). "They played really well for a bunch of firsl year pee wee kids,"  said coach Ron Baba, currently preparing the Triple A Pee Wees for the  Lower Mainland playdowns this weekend. "They held iheir own."  ^  ��� Healthy Lunches  made lo order  ��� COOL Yogurt shakes  fruit juice sweetened  In a COOL air<onditioned environment  VARIETY 5S.S, FOODS  Gown I'l   Kil . Gibsons L.indmK 886-2936  PENDER HARBOUR  FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT  ALL BURNING PERMITS  CANCELLED  EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY  INCLUDING CAMPFIRES & INCINERATORS  By order, Fire Chief Bill Hunsche  Coast  Soccer  camps  in offing  Sunshine Coast residents are  invited to attend a free public  barbecue with Vancouver 86rs  soccer star Dominic Mobilio  Aug. 4 at Sechelt's Ted Dixon  Memorial Park.  The barbecue is part of Ihe  Sunshine Coast Regional District (SCRD) recreation and  leisure services summer programs and will highlight their  summer soccer program, running Aug. 1 through Slh.  "He'll be there to sign autographs and to talk to the kids,"  said recreation and leisure services coordinator Dolores  Maisonneuve of Mobilio's  appearance.  Mobilio, one of the most prolific scorers in Canadian professional soccer history, will be  conducting a clinic from 9 am to  11:30 am for six to 11-year-  olds. There will be a second  clinic for kids 12-years-old and  over from 12:45 pm to 3:30 pm.  The barbecue, featuring hot  dogs and pop, will be from  11:15 am to 12:45 pm.  "Anybody and his dog that  wants to go down there is welcome," Maisonneuve said. "It'll  be a lot of fun."  The SCRD summer programs are still trucking along,  with some attaining great success and others suffering.  Maisonneuve said one program lhat isn't meeting with  much success is the Traveling  Playsite Crew���and it's a shame  the coordinator said.  "The attendance hasn't been  that great but they promise a lot  of fun for the kids."  The next traveling playsite  will be Aug. 8 through 12th al  Whispering Firs Regional Park  (off OceanView Drive in Gibsons).  Another will be staged al the  Pender Harbour Community  Centre in Madeira Park from  August 22-26.  The traveling playsites are  set up so kids that can'l make  the weekly playsites al Chaster  House, Hackett Park, Roberts  Creek Regional Park, Connor  Park or Dougall Park, have a  chance to take part in the fun,  Maisonneuve said.  They run from Monday to  Friday from 12:30 to 3:30 pm.  The cost is $2 per child per day.  Roller blade  tourney  set to roll  August 20  Sunshine Coasl Regional  Dislricl (SCRD) summer program organizers are sponsoring  a roller-blade tournamenl Aug.  20 at the Gibsons Youth Centre.  The tourney is for kids but,  said SCRD recreation and  leisure services coordinator  Dolores Maisonneuve, if any  adults are interested, they're  welcome to play.  Players can sign up as a learn  or individually and Ihey will be  placed on a learn.  And if people are interested  but don't have rollerblades, the  Gibsons Youth Centre has spare  rollerskates.  An awards barbecue for all-  participants will be held after  the toumey.  "They have gol some greal  prizes," Maisonneuve said.  The youth cenlre is located  at Brother's Park. For more  information concerning the  tourney, call 885-2261.  FINAL WEEK - COME IN NOW  DANIEL'S  ANNUAL  SALE  ������l��ii  fCANDIDE  . (in stock)  reg. 27.99  now  sq.yd.  GREAT SAVINGS"  ARMSTRONG  PREVAIL  (in stock)  res. 14.99  UNO ROLL  (over o&rplls in stock)  ��� Mannington  ��� Armstrong  ��� Tarkett  ��� Domco  'priced to move'  now  sq.yd.  5x7 WOOL  AREA RUGS  (in stock) reg. 399.99  priced to clear  SAVE 100.00  great for bathroom  and low traffic areas  only  sq.yd.  INSTALLATION  ONALL  BLINDS  sq. yd.  WHILE IT LASTS!  CRYSTAL  WALK  (in stock) reg. 35.99  new  'SUPER DEAL"  6' CUSTOMfLOR]  reg. 9.99  sale  price  sq.yd.  GLADIATOR  BERBER  (in stock)  nylon/poly blend  only  .yd.  INTERIOR  DECORATING  [CREDIT PLANS  AVAILABLE  IN-HOME  SHOPPING  CONTRACTOR SPECIAL  100% NYLON CARPET  startins  at only  sq.yd.  (in stock) was 22.99  new  yd.  Hours:  9 AM-5 PM  Mon.-Sat.  The carpet that bounces  back i comes with no  crush warranty  MEMBER OF  709 Highway 101 Gibsons  886-7112  ________  _______m


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