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Array '""���   BUiJdlH*,  c.  At^ntion!Rod d^d  UOAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  June 20,1994 Volume 48 Issue 25  ������������������������������������  Public invited  to attend Howe  Sound  Round Table fl  workshops   2  Winners  announced in the  Langdale  elementary school  raffle 7  Hugh Fraser  Quintet  wows  the crowd  at  Rockwood  Centre  12  Bridging the  communication  gap between  Coast  communities \ 5  \_Vr%  Wai____\  ___��; *2  rL^^^^e  ___><> __  R ir A  Having a go  at Coast  recycling  Trail Bay condos  get green light  by Nancy Moote  "We can't let ail the green  go, in favor of a condo. Thai's  depraved, that's depraved" ���  Sunshine Coast Raging  Grannies.  A controversial housing and  commercial project on Trail Bay  is set to begin.  On June IS, Sechelt council  faced down an emotional crowd  and approved the development  of the lasl treed block on the  downtown waterfront.  A passionate delegation, who  want Ihe property designated as a  park, overflowed the town hall.  People unable lo jam into the  council chamber leaned in  through open windows to speak  against the development.  Jauntily bonneted Raging  Grannies sang a medley of tunes  favoring parks over "offshore  sharks," a reference to property  owner Jeffrey Tong of Singapore.  Mayor Earl Basse struggled  to keep order, banging with his  gavel and repeatedly trying to  cut short the pro-park speakers.  "I'm not prepared to sit here  until three or four in the morning  hearing people saying the same  thing," he warned the delegation  before they began.  But when Basse tried to halt  the fourth speaker, Phil Makow,  the crowd shouted him down  with cries of "Let him speak,"  and "We pay your salaries."  Al issue was Ihe fate of the  2(8 acres on Teredo Street  between Inlet Avenue and the  Driftwood Inn. Tong's "Sechelt  by the Sea" proposal includes  three blocks of condominiums, a  three story apartment and office  building and a 3,000 square foot  office building on the lol, for a  total of 48 units of housing.  Tong agreed to build a lookout on public land at the end of  Inlet Avenue, at the cost of  $22,000. In return, council granted him a development variance  permit allowing the buildings to  be six feet higher than zoning  allows.  He also signed a restrictive  covenant to protect a patch of  trees facing Teredo Street.  Defending the plans, a representative of Ihe Coast Architectural Group said the site's zoning  would permit almost all the site  to be covered by buildings and  parking lots.  Instead, the plan leaves about  half of the land as green space,  and construction methods which  give trees the best chance of survival will be used. "The developer has made a very significant  contribution to the community,"  he said.  The Trail Bay Protection  Society, spearheaded by Pat  Chamberlin, has been seeking to  make the land into a park.  Wednesday night Chamberlin  made a final plea to council.  Council had previously rejected  the park idea as too expensive.  After outlining Sechelt's loss  of green space over the past 20  yeats, she asked council to consider what the downtown will  look like in another 20 years  when Sechelt's population is  20,000.  Chamberlin put forth a list of  ��� funding strategies which could  combine to secure the park. She  warned that council could be in  violation of the Municipal Act if  they approve the development.  turn lo page 2  Rotarians on a mission  Gibsons Rotary Club turned out in force Thursday evening to spruce up the volleyball cowl  Waterfront Park (previously known as Discovery Park) in Lower Gibsons. Joel J  Islands Trust policy  statement complete  After almost two-and-a-half years of rangling, the Islands Trust has  settled on a policy statement encompassing all 14 islands within its  jurisdiction.  "It was a long process," said Island Trust chairman Graeme Dins-  dale. "But the result is something we can work with. It gives us a  frame work and direction."  The Island Trust was established by the province in 1978 to act as a  supervisory body for the development of a group of islands in Georgia  Strait and Howe Sound, including Gambier and Bowen. Its mandate is  to "preserve and protect the Trust area and its unique amenities and  environment for the benefit of the residents of the Trust area and of the  province generally."  An Islands Trust press release received by the Coast News says the  new policy statement among other things "strives to achieve a balance  among individual, local, regional and provincial interests...Policies in  ihe document promote preservation and protection of ecosystems,  stewardship of natural resources and sustainable communities."  "The most important thing is that we manage the growth of the  islands," Dinsdale said.  Dinsdale said Minister of Municipal Affairs Darlene Marzai gave  approval to the policy statement on June 9.  Copies of it should be available from the Islands Trust offices in  Victoria and Ganges sometime in July, along wilh a related summary  brochure.  Angry Sechelt residents call  Porpoise Bay Park burn illegal  by Nancy Moote  A June 9 land clearing fire  near Porpoise Bay Provincial  Park was flagrantly illegal, local  residents have charged.  Karen Renfrew is backing up  her story with photographs and  several eyewitness accounts of  trees and stumps being trucked to  the site and burned in contravention of provincial pollution laws.  "The material should not have  been burned," she said. "We're  not going to be the dumping  ground here."  But Central Grading and  Gravel proprietor Al Gow said  everything was in order during  the burn.  "We had all the permits," said  Gow, who is clearing his 33 acre  hillside gravel mine for a housing subdivision. "They're just  chronic complainers.A jerk  comes from oul of town and tells  Sechelt's Canada Employment Centre supervisor Gordon Anderson  two job bank computers recently installed to help job hunters quit  related to their skills and interests.  demonstrates the operation of  kly review work opportunities  Jod Johnstone photo  us what to do that's been here for  30 years."  Zoe Ramdin of the BC Ministry of Environment said conservation officer Doug Pierce will  investigate whether Gow was in  violation of the law.  We bad all the  permits'  -At Gow  According to Gow, the only  Ihing he did wrong was to haul  three truckloads of waste to the  site from his home in Wilson  Creek. "Thai's illegal," he  admits. "That's ihe ihing I  shouldn't have done."  Gow said he was unaware  lhat he couldn't burn material  from off site until the morning of  the bum. When Pierce informed  him of the law, Gow said he separated the off site material. He  said it remains in a pile on the  hillside, unhurncd. Gow has  offered the material to the  provincial park for firewood.  But according lo Renfrew,  "That's just BS." She said residents mounted a neighborhood  watch on Gow's properly afler  learning from the Ministry of  Environmenl lhal il was up to  them to document any illegal  pollution. They saw at least five  container loads of stumps, green  trees, and beach wood hauled to  the site. At least one of the trucks  came from Roberts Creek, not  Wilson Creek, she added.  Sechelt fire chief Bill Higgs  said he instructed assistant chief  Krasnikoff nol lo issue a permit  if Gow was breaking any laws.  Higgs said Krasnikoff acted  properly in permitting Ihe fire  because Ihe off site material was  removed from Ihe burn pile.  Renfrew charged that Gow  only removed the beach wood  from the bum pile because it was  obviously from off site, and  burned the rest of the illegal  material.  Renfrew said she saw what  appeared to be a large rubber  conveyer belt added to the pile,  where it burned with a heavy  Mack smoke.  Pierce and Higgs both said to  the best of their knowledge that's  not true. "We were all at the site  and no-one else was," Higgs  said. "(The residents) assumed,  and wrongly so, that it was being  burned illegally."  In any case, Higgs emphasized, the fire department's role  is to ensure that a fire is safe. "If  (Gow) is breaking any laws, it's  not my laws he's breaking, it's  the conservation officer's."  But Pierce was no more eager  lo wade into the situation. He  said the case is still open but for  the moment he's satisfied that  the beach debris was removed  and a nearby osprey nesl  appeared unharmed by the  smoke.  "(Gow and his neighbors) are  having a fight, and you know  how those range wars can be," he  said. "I really can't step into the  middle and settle the fight."  He said the provincial land  clearing laws are still relatively  new and he hasn't had any clear  direction from his boss to  enforce them.  Renfrew is angry that the officials didn't investigate the debris  until the day of the burn,  although she had reported Gow's  trucking 10 days earlier.  But what really steams her is  that none of the officials came  down to talk to residents and  hear their slory. Instead, she said,  "They took Mr. Gow's word,  after all these lies."  Related story page 2 mirouuces  news  Todd Snook  Barber  Available Saturdays 9 ��� 3. Sundays 11-4  appointments not necessary  PLEASE NOTE: our new number is 885-9425  FREE  film or  2nd set  of prints  with each film developed  1 hour photos  5x7 prints 994  Buy  Trade-Rent  Sega or Super  Nintendo  113-5710 Teredo Street Sechelt 885-2882  Ragjng Grannies, lell, and supporters of the Trail Bay Park project oversee Sechelt council municipal clerk Michael Vaughan and  Mayor Earl Basse Wednesday night. Nancy Moote pholo  Condo vote unanimous  from page 1  The committee drafting a new Official Community Plan for the  town also agrees the land should be protected. But that new plan has  not yet become law, so the old OCP designating Tong's property for  commercial development is still in force.  Mainly for that reason, lown planner Rob Buchan recommended  council approve Tong's plan. However, Buchan said that he had been  unaware of the OCP committee's final decision to designate the land  as a park until that night, when he heard Makow's presentation.  Council voted unanimously to approve the development.  Coun. Duncan Fraser, the only councillor willing to say why he  voted for the project, said lhat on considering all the information, he  believed that was the best decision for the future of Sechell.  Public input  sought over future  of Howe Sound  district of ihtthtU  P.O. to 129,5545InlelAvenue,SecheH.BC.VON3A0 Telephone(6M)885-1966 Fax:(604)885-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  ���  '������   -' ���'   ".v  Regular Council  Meetings  Regular council meetings are held the 1st  and 3rd Wednesday of every month at  7:30 pm in the Council Chamber at the  Municipal Hall, 5545 Inlet Avenue.  i Committee Meeting Dates i  I June 1994  I Community Liason Committee  I Wednesday, June 22nd, 1994 at 2:30 pm,  I to be followed by the Economic  I Development Committee  I Planning Committee  I Tuesday, June 28th, 1994 at 1:30 pm, to  I be followed by the Environment  I Committee  Clip 'n* Save^yL-  Cancellation off Roller  Blading and Hockey  Please note that there will be NO roller  blading or hockey on Fridays as of June  10th, 1994.  This does not affect the Saturday  programs.  mm  Sunshine Coast Arena  to  > A  ��>\V  In Line  Roller Skating  and Hockey  Schedule  SATURDAY'S PROGRAM  1:00 - 2:00 pm Tiny Tots and Beginners  2:00  Roller Skate  3:30 pm Scrub Roller Hockey  (ages   6-12)  3:30 - 5:00 pm Scrub Roller Hockey  (ages 13-18)  5:00 - 6:30 pm Scrub Roller Hockey  (ages 19 & up)  6:30 - 8:00 pm  Public roller skate  (General)  8:00 pm on, Open for Bookings  Datee: June 25,1994  : FULL GEAR is required for Scrub Hockey.  : NO rentals are available  : Scrub hockey ratee are $5.00 per person  : Public roller skate rates are:  Adults $3.00  Teens $2.75  Child $2.00  Pot  bust  in Middle  Point  Three Middle Point residents  have been arrested after police  found a hydroponic pot growing  operation in their home.  The discovery came on June  15, when the Sechelt RCMP  investigated a complaint that a  man had pointed a rifle at  another person. On arresting the  suspect, the police discovered  the indoor marijuana farm and  obtained search warrants to  close it down.  Joshua Marshall Strange, 31,  is charged with cultivating marijuana, possession of marijuana  for the purpose of trafficking,  fraudulently obtaining electricity, and pointing a firearm.  David Murray, 29, and Jessica  Rogers, 26, are also facing  charges of cultivation and possession of marijuana and fraudulently obtaining electricity.  The three suspects will  appear in Sechelt Provincial  Court on June 28.  by Stuart Burnside  How sound is Howe Sound?  And what does the future hold  for Ihe area?  These are questions a 20  member sub-committee panel of  the Howe Sound Round Table  are hoping to answer with the  help of the public.  The panel is made up of core  HSRT committee members,  according to co-chair Peter  Moonin, and its goal is to create  a vision statement for the  "Shared Stewardship for Sustainability," within Howe Sound.  Toward that goal, public  workshops to discuss the future  of Howe Sound will be held in  communities surrounding the  region over the next month,  including Gibsons, Whistler,  Squamish and Bowen Island.  The Gibsons workshop will  take place at 7 pm, on Wed.,  June 29 in the Gibsons Yacht  Club and will be proceeded by a  one hour open house for display  viewing and informal discussions.  "What we're hoping for (from  these workshops) is to get public  input," Moonin said. "Tlie whole  idea of the round table is to allow  the public a say in what is going  on rather than have decisions  handed down by the government."  The ideas and suggestion  brought up at ihe workshops are  to be condensed into a report  scheduled for release in November.  "Right now, lhat looks like a  realistic goal," Moonin said.  "But we're not really trying lo  stick to any deadline...the process moves at its own speed."  The HSRT is based on the BC  Round Table on the Environment  and Economy and is funded  through the Federal Department  of Fisheries and Oceans. Its 20  member committee consists of  individuals from a wide variety  of backgrounds and it was  formed in 1993 after almost a  year of discussions between representatives of Howe Sound  area-residents, native groups,  industry and governments.  Those discussions also resulted in an overall three-objective  mandate for Ihe committee:  ' To build a vision of sustainability for water resources and  aquatic habitat in Howe Sound.  ��� To identify specific goals for  planning and management of  water resources and aquatic habitat.  'To explore new approaches  to management thai better meets  the needs of stakeholders and  communities and which ensures  sustainability.  To lhat end, the HSRT has for  the past year been broken into  sub-committees, like the sustainability workshop panel, each of  which is to study a given aspect  or aspects of Howe Sound's  dynamics, including recreation,  fishing, industry and general  development.  "Things are going well,"  Moonin said.  "We have a good team of  people, all of whom are committed lo Ihe process and genuinely  interested in seeing Ihis thing  work."  SECHELT CANADA DAY CELEBRATION  Friday, July 1st, 1994  SCHEDULE OF ACTIVITIES  CANADA DAY PARADE: Float entries  judged at 10:00 a.m. Parade starts it  11:00 i.m. Parade follows the usual  route. The theme is:  "THE INTERNATIONAL FAMILY"  Parade Marshall: Norm Blair (885-6466).  Registration Forms are available at the  Municipal Hall, 5545 Inlet Avenue,  Sechelt.  12:00 noon - HACKETT PARK:  Canada Day Ceremonies. "Oh Canada".  Colour Party, Pipe Band, Speeches and  cake cutting.  1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. Star Search  Talent Contest tor Pre-Teens. Seniors'  Activity Centre. Cash prizes for first,  second and third place.  Call Brian Harbison (885-0843).  GOING ALL DAY: 10:00 am. - 6:00 p.m.  HELICOPTER RIDES (sponsored by the  Rotary Club). Rides from the foot of Inlet.  TENNIS TOURNAMENT: Hackett Park,  July 1st, 2nd and 3rd. Categories for  adults and teens. To enter, call Janice  Brown (885-7006).  Please direct any questions to Anne Byres, Coordinator, at 886-6778.  1994 Property Taxes are due and payable on July 4th, 1994  If you have not received your tax notice, please contact the  Municipal Hall, 5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt (885-1986) as soon as possible.  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Police subsequently arrested  Patrick James Dyer, 36. RCMP  searched his business, Landing  Computer Systems, uncovering  marijuana growing equipment,  11 marijuana plants, and 20  grams of dried marijuana.  Blair said the dried marijuana  is worth aboul $200 on Ihe  streets. He didn't want to estimate how much or how big the  seized plants were.  Dyer was charged with four  counts of thefl. cultivation of  marijuana and possession of  marijuana.  ii news  Sechelt council approves  Coast transition house move  by Nancy Moote  The path i.s clear for Ihe Sunshine Coasl Transition House to  move to a new downlown loca-  lion.  The transition house, an  emergency shelter lor women  and children, i.s currently located  in West Sechell. The Sunshine  Coasl Communily Services Society has been seeking lo move the  shelter to a cenlral neighborhood  where women can more easily  access doctors, lawyers, and  social services, as well as do  tasks like shopping.  Sechell council gave its  approval in a June 15 vote lo  make transition houses legal in  residential neighborhoods.  Al a public hearing on the  issue June 7, several residents in  Ihe neighborhood where Ihe new  transition house is planned spoke  againsl   the  rezoning.  Two  women said Ihey were concerned  for the safely of their children if  a transition house comes to their  neighborhood.  But RCMP and transition  house representatives said thai in  Ihe pasl, Ihere have been few  violent incidents at such homes.  Transition house worker Eva  Williamson explained that  women and children are  screened before coming to the  house, and no chances are taken  if Ihere is a potential for violence.  If necessary, families at risk  are sent to other transition houses off the Coasl.  A petition circulated by the  Sunshine Coasl Community Services Sociely found seven neighbors of the proposed new shelter  who support the transition house,  one who does not, and two who  could not be contacted. Another  Sechelt residents  push to stop burning  by Nancy Moote  Boaters in Ihe Strail of Georgia locale Sechelt by ihe smoke  of the land clearing fires, says  East Porpoise Bay resident  Karen Renfrew.  Renfrew's elderly neighbor,  who has emphysema, is housebound whenever land burning  fires engulf her neighborhood in  smoke and fly ash.  And she shudders lo contemplate 20 years of increasing air  pollution as the heavy forests of  Sechelt are cleared for development.  Now, she is circulating a petition to ban outdoor burning in  Sechelt.  Renfrew said she's not anti-  development, but land clearing  can be done responsibly.  "I think we can be the exam-  pie.of how the community  should develop, wilh the heallh  and well being of the community  in mind," she said.  The province brought in new  restrictions on slash burning last  year, as a result of studies showing wood smoke is a substantial  One of two osprey returns  bearing building materials at  their Sechelt Grading and  Gravel nest site.  Joel Johnstone pholo  heallh risk.  Renfrew's petition calls for  outdoor burning to be restricted  to two short periods in spring  and fall. Camp fires and barbecues would be the only exceptions.  Former mayor Nancy  MacLarty has joined in the  grassroots effort, which aims lo  make land developers find more  environmentally sound methods  to get rid of their slash piles.  MacLarty was stirred lo  action by the new council's  exemption of land clearing waste  from the town's new burning  bylaw, drafted while she was in  office.  As a result, Sechelt currently  has the most lax regulations on  the Coast for slash burning.  Sechelt relies for pollution  restriction on Ihe provincial  laws,, which have proven difficult to enforce.  MacLarty said that under the  Sechelt law she can't burn her  yard waste during the summer  but developers are free lo light  up "towering piles of crap."  "I have no doubt that's  because of pressure from developers," she said.  The slash exemption came on  the advice of fire chief Bill  Higgs, who believes viable alternatives to slash burning are not  available, yet.  "I have to look after Ihe public safety," said Higgs.  He said that if the town bans  slash burning the slumps and  brush will just end up dumped  illegally, usually in forested  areas far from waler. And that  creates an unacceptable fire hazard.  Higgs has been pushing to  create several authorized burn  sites on the Coast, where developers can burn their waste safely.  He said chipping might be a  viable alternative to burning if it  weren't for the high cost.  Bui Renfrew believes chipping is already viable, and that  ihe cosl has been exaggerated.  She doesn't know how her own  land was cleared, but said she  would gladly have paid an extra  $1,000 for her home to ensure il  was constructed in a health-conscious way.  Gibsons Yacht Club  JUNIOR SAILING PROGRAM  The Junior Sailing program will be starting  again this spring and will run throughout the  summer. The purpose of the program is to  teach young people to sail. Instruction will  be provided by Canadian yachting  Association (CYA) qualified instructors.  Registration at  SUNNYCREST MALL  June 25 & July 2  For further information please contact:  Dm Smethurst, IM SIM or the Gibsons VkM Club, SM-ISOO  23 residents of neighboring  streets signed a petition of support for the shelter.  At Wednesday's council  meeting Mayor Earl Basse, a former RCMP officer, said he  agreed lhat Ihe risk to neighborhood safety was not great. "In  my experience, this has not been  a probiem in the past," he said.  Coun. Mike Shanks said he  had a problem with the "blanket"  zoning change, which would  allow almost any Sechell home  to become a transition house in  Ihe future. Bul Coun. Duncan  Fraser argued thai while he  shared Shanks' reservations, he  couldn't see another alternative.  "I'm more in favor of passing  Ihis than stopping it," he said.  Transition house representatives could not be reached by  press time to comment on their  Coasl News, June 20, 1994  PTICALS  Summer  1) Choice of TINTVolour  2) 100% UV protection coating  3) Anti-scratch coating  y wear soft contacts  'ONI  pair of glasses recelve^pur  protection package for  NOW ONLY $109 reg $129  *^*     "Cats-Eye Sunglasses"  with purchase of contacts.  Please call for an appointment.  m&>  EY&DEAL optical  ^Mi ��� ���Trn'mw   ^m^^^^^aajam   Sunnvcrcst Mall 886-8871  Sunnycrest Mall 886-8871  f v i-rr X. .  D->s *>v*v  PUBLIC REVIEW  OF THE  TETRAHEDRON  L.R.U.P.  ROCKWOOD LODGE,  SECHELT  SUNDAY,  JUNE 26, 1994  12:00 to 9:00pm  Open House  MONDAY,  JUNE 27, 1994  12:00 to 6:00pm  Open House  7:30 to 10:00pm  Community Forum  mitAH  IDRON  ALLIANCE  This is your opportunity to  come and review the  information that has been  gathered during the last  three and a half years by the  Tetrahedron Local Resource Use Plan  (LRUP) Committee.  Voice your opinion on the future of  the Tetrahedron area June 26th &  27th at the Community Forum at  Rockwood Lodge.  The Tetrahedron is:  1 The principal source of our  drinking water  2 The Sunshine  Coast's largest  remaining  intact  wilderness /  old growth  forest  3 Home for rare,  threatened,  and old  growth  dependent  species  4  Less than 1 % of the the Sunshine  Coast Forest District's total area.  The Tetrahedron LRUP  subcommittees have studied and  reported on Water, Jobs, Wilderness,  Old Growth, Forestry, Wildlife and  Recreation. All of the information  gathered will be available for public  review.  Protection of 87% of the  Tetrahedron study area has been  agreed to by all LRUP participants,  but still requires public endorsement.  In addition, there are important  unresolved issues that have come out  of the process, which the community  should know about and provide  comment on. Some of them include:  ��� What is to be done with the  contentious 13% of the study  area?  ��� How to insure a full range of  biodiversity for the Sunshine  Coast?  ���   Who should have  the management  authority in the  Chapman / Gray  Creek watersheds?  Without substantial  public support for the  conclusions and recommendations of these  studies, government  agencies and vested  interests may disregard  public concerns in the Tetrahedron.  Please come - Find out what the  LRUP has been doing and what the  issues are - talk to the LRUP  participants - pick up copies of any  reports you are interested in -  participate in the public question  and answer period ��� and get your  comments into the official record. opinion  Decision too  hasty on Trail Bay  development  There will come a time in the history of Sechelt that it's  residents will wish their forefathers had greater vision.  They will wish that the people of the '90s held visions  that superseded the immediate tomorrow in place of the  eventual tomorrow.  They will wish their visions were of the soft greens of  gardens and of forests. The soothing, heallh procuring  greens that are an important part of the spirit of the original settlers of the area, after whom the town is named.  They will bemoan the fact the men and women who  held court in the generations belore housed visions dented  and warped by a green that stains the soul and the sensuality of a town.  We can say we're surrounded by the beautiful greens of  the second growth forests of the Sunshine Coast and one  2.8 hectare strip of land will not be missed in the dry turn  of years.  We can also say the people, who only a few months  ago were straining in the morass of electoral pressure,  vowing their accountability and desire to serve the people  will be remembered for giving away the last vestige of  green space in a town that has, over the years, been hastily constructed and lost to planning artists.  Take Stanley Park away from Vancouver? A ridiculous  comparison? Think of it in scale.  Visitors anticipate trips to the Sunshine Coast with  dreams of seaside charm, rain forest wanderings and an  escape from their concrete and steel grinds. We give them  instead a Sechelt mostly devoid of any of that. There is  the ocean, over there ��� beyond the condos, beside the  sea walk.  A sea walk that passes in front of...condos.  The people who will eventually populate the condos  that Mayor Earl Basse and Sechelt town council have  approved for Trail Bay, effectively scrapping the last  treed block on the downtown waterfront, will have specially designed miniature (Holo-deck) green spaces to  enjoy.  All of this passed despite a loud public outcry ��� an  outcry the people of 2020 will wish was heeded.  Wrestling with the  "future of  Howe Sound  There is in the offing a golden opportunity for Howe  Sound area residents to become involved with the future  of their region.  On June 29, in the Gibsons Yacht Club, a 20 member  panel will host a workshop discussion on the dynamics of  Howe Sound ��� everything from recreation to industry.  The round table concept is a community driven discussion process designed to give the public a say in their  own communities rather than have decisions arbitrarily  handed down from less-than-informed governments.  We urge all concerned residents to participate in the  process. Bring your ideas, your concerns, and your vision  of the future to the Yacht Club June 29 and help to make  a difference. Doors open at 5:30 pm.  J-i-  COME TO BEAUTIFUL  BRUSH COMA  M ROILING FIELDS OF M FRASER VALLEY.  |    COUNTRY  f    LIVING AT  f   IftFINESP  ���'      THE  OKANAGAN  PEACEFUL VISTAS-'  VANCW ISLAND  THE CHAINING ANP  QUAINT ViCTORIASWEIS  letters  White Islet  outfall objection  I recently attended an open  house for the SCRD's "Secret  Cove to Wilson Creek wastewater plan stage 2". After reviewing the three alternatives and  talking with a representative  from Dayton and Knight (the  SCRD's consultant), it became  obvious that this plan represents  a complete lack of vision and  concern for our environment.  This plan continues in the  same over consumption and  destruction train of thought that  has brought the earth to the condition that it is now in.  Nowhere in this "plan" is  there any recommendation  about water conservation being  a more cost effective way of  dealing with wastewater capacity, not to mention alternative  treatment methods.  This "plan" is not aboul any  of these earth, health and money  ��  saving ideas in any size, sha|  or form, il is only aboul whether  or not we treat our wastewater  lo secondary or tertiary standards and do we dump the effluent in Trail Bay, land or off  White Islet?  Being a resident of Roberts  Creek who swims in the ocean I  take extreme offence to the  White Islet outfall. I was told by  the consultant that this area  gives better dispersion. The currents in Trail Bay are a huge  eddy while al White Islet the  currents travel parallel to the  shoreline and give better dispersion.  Right, effluent that wilh secondary treatment contains toxic  matter such as paint, pesticide,  Draino, herbicide and whatever  else people dump down their  drains.  While tertiary treatment  removes most of these toxic  substances, it does so with massive amounts of chlorine, electricity and construclion costs.  There are alternatives that are  way more cost effective in both  construction and operational  costs. I think it is time our public servants wake up and realize  that we can do better with less  money, in this case our tax dollars.  There are alternatives and I  believe that Dayton and Knight  do not need to squander any  more of our tax dollars recommending outdated, expensive  and environmentally unsound  projects. Let's get our priorities  straight.  ESTEBAN HENRY  Roberts Creek  Speeding nonsence  I have read in recenl editions  of your newspaper of increased  efforts by the RCMP to apprehend speeders on the Sunshine  Coast Highway and their use of  new sophisticated radar devices.  There is no question that  excessive speed causes accidents but I would suggest that  one of the reasons for excessive  speed is the gross inadequacy of  the Sunshine Coast Highway.  The highway was built to  1940s or 1950s standards and  was designed for a fraction of  the present day traffic.  I would suggest that it is nol  only grossly inadequate but an  extremely dangerous highway.  Experienced, normally careful drivers, exceed the posted  speed limits and take chances  passing for the very simple and  fundamental reason that they  have been forced to travel at  unreasonably slow speeds  behind slow moving vehicles for  long periods of time.  With the province's finances  - being in theit current state, obviously we are not going to get a  new highway, but I would suggest that if the appropriate pries-  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:  Th* Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.  V0N1V0  sure is exerted, we should get  numerous passing lanes.  If, say, five passing lanes  were created between Gibsons  and Secret Cover, large vehicles  and slow drivers could proceed  as they do now at speeds substantially below a reasonable  rate of speed, while at the same  time, normal traffic could gel by  and proceed at a normal highway speed.  It is my understanding that  the RCMP take the position that  they cannot get involved in  improvement to the highway as  it would mean getting involved  "in politics".  With great respect to the  RCMP, I would suggest lhal this  is nonsense.  We are nol talking about politics, we are talking about the  safety of the motoring public,  which is the direct concern of  the RCMP.  I would suggest lhat it is the  duty and obligation of the j  RCMP ip pressure the. provincial government, and even more  importantly, to pressure the  municipal councils of the Sunshine Coast, to force the allocation of funds to establish the  passing lanes and to create a  reasonably safe highway of  what is now an extremely dangerous highway.  I have no problem with Ihe  RCMP increasing Iheir efforts to  apprehend speeders on our highway, provided at the same time  they discharge their duty to the  public to assist in forcing the  provincial   government   to  improve the highway.  FREDERICK H. HERBERT,  Q.C.  Vancouver  All quiet on the provincial government lobbyist front  "Quiet, quiet, quiet!"  The house speaker was flummoxed. "This lol is  supposed lo be leading us clear of the sticky-wickets  and despair of financial collapse?"  Premier Michael Harcourt, known as Cueball  One to his closest enemies, stopped ��� shouting,  "It's a lie. It's a lie. I've never played bingo in my  life."  BC Reform leader Jack Weisgerber responded,  "Have to, have to, have to" and flopped his tongue  out.  Harcourt winced, shocked at the colour of Weis-  geiber's tongue.  "Whal have you been eating?" he asked condescendingly.  "Boys! Will you please sit down and be quiet,"  the speaker yalped.  Powell River-Sunshine Coast MLA Gordon Wilson, taking advantage of the sudden quiet, leapt to  his feet and shouted, "As leader of the..."  About a dozen liberals drowned him out wilh the  cry, "Four legs good, two legs ba-a-a-ad."  Out in the lobby, a group of lobbyists were  lounging aboul smoking, sipping herbal tea and  swapping dirty jokes.  "You really got of Cueball worked up ihis morning," a pro-logging indusiry lobbyist said to an ami-  logging lobbyist. "What didja say to make him so  In the middle  mad?"  The anti-logging lobbyist put his cup of tea  down, smiled and replied, "I asked him 'Why are we  allowing loggers to continue Ihis horrible slaughter  of innocent raccoons?'"  "Go on! Get outta here!" the pro-logger chortled.  The anti-logger picked up his cup and through  hursts of giggling managed to elucidate the reason  for Cueball��s large furrowed brow.  "He snapped his fingers, conferred with Sihota  and then told me they were about lo pass a law that  would force loggers to use special nets lo reduce the  raccoon death rate. He looked like the cat that swallowed the canary but he was worried about how well  it would stay down, it still being alive and all."  After pausing to listen to a new round of shrieks  and shouting from within the legislature, the lobbyist then asked his counterpart from the logging side  len cobb  of things, "So whatia ya make of Ihis crap Weisgerber is trying to sell? How we should be required by  law to be registered?"  The pro-logger didn't know about il.  "Hell's donkeys! Are you kidding? Yeah right.  And then they'll legalize prostitution and marijuana.  Anyway, we better team up on him."  The group of lobbyists laughed and continued to  swap jokes and tales about the politicians ihey  shmooz.  "So did you hear Jack Munro (Forest Alliance of  BC chairman) and Patrick Moore are off to California to tell the American media how wonderful B.C.  is and lhat all the stuff they're hearing is lies spread  by, well, by people like me?" the anti-logging guy  said.  The pro-logger knew, he was in on ihe scheme.  In fact, he dreamed it up, sold it to the alliance and  was now waiting for his chance to hop on Moe  Sihota about the Forest Practices Code being too  tough and getting in the way of some pretty juicy  trees and profits.  While the forestry guns were going off in 'Frisco  and Senator Tom Hayden was running for cover, the  lobbyists were going to pound the expectorants out  of the NDP.  The anti-logging guy read from an alliance news  release. "It shows a misunderstanding of our forests  and how we manage our most important resource,"  he said of the Hayden Bill which declares every tree  over the age of 100 years to be old growth.  "It's amazing how we managed lo sell that one to  Hayden," he laughed.  "God they're thick," the pro-logging lobbyist  chuckled.  "What the trees?" anti-logging woofed, tea trickling out of a nostril.  Inside the legislature, Bill Barlee was espousing  Ihe joys of Lord Jim's resort on the Sunshine Coast  and how beauliful it is and how they should all go  Ihere one weekend and enjoy the place at the  expense of the taxpayers, when the laughter of the  lobbyists filleted in and caught their attention. The  room shivered with a collective MLA grimace.  A silence took over the hall and the speaker  sighed Ihe sigh of a substitute teacher.  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SHARON  SIMMONS  "I'm back!"  "Good success comes from the heart  Call me for a Free Market Evaluation"  PH NATIONAL  Office 886-2277 ��� Res 886-3051  Howe Sound  Pll* III nn> until  _\&A M      p  Seiying the Surtthine Coait  CANADIAN OCCUMTIONAl HEALTH ft SAFETY WEEK  JUNE 20 -26,1994  How Sound Pulp fi Pipr'i joint Health ui Safety  Conmittoo it tpOMorioj tbo following eonmuiity  activities to mirk Sifity Wotk 1994:  June 25:    Safety Bike Rodeo. Up to 9 years.  Gibsons Fire Station, North Road.  10:00am lo 1:00pm  Prizes for Best Decorated Bike and  Besl Clown Costume.  June 26:    and Co-Hosting with YAMAHA Powerhouse Motorcycles:  Off-Road Motor Bike Safety  Chaster Road Fire Station  10:00am to 2:00pm  Bring your bikes, your parents, and your safety gear.  ASA���**,),* ������� * -**t <*-*  opinion  The curse was in, now it's out  Curses.  I pulled into the driveway just as New  York scored the first goal in the deciding  game of the Stanley Cup series. There were  still 10 minutes left in the firsl period ���  another half hour until intermission. A lol can  happen in a half hour ��� a lot can happen in a  half minute. Curses last for varying amounts  of lime. Some forever; some for 54 years.  Fifty-four years is a short lifetime, but if  you smoke, not improbable. If, however, you  are a New York Ringer, 54 years is a long  time. A very long time when it comes to the  Stanley Cup.  Perhaps the Rangers were cursed. Perhaps  Ihere really are ghosts in Madison Square  Gardens. Perhaps fans would throw themselves off some of the more famous bridges of  New York city in the event that the Rangers  losl.  Perhaps the Canucks' fans failed lo display  Ihe appropriate can of fish on Iheir TV sets.  Sockeye salmon for home games, trout for  away games. Tuna worked jusl as well as  salmon in game six; perhaps we should have  tried it again.There was so much superstition  in ihis series that one has to wonder aboul the  mind-set of the modern sports fan. Sports  being influenced by the feminine aspect:  superstition, intuition...curses...was New  York responsible for this?  Think of the Stanley Cup as the holy grail,  as certain advertisements would have you  believe, and you can see why there was such a  commotion. People who would not normally  view point  Patricia Wolfe  watch hockey games were watching this  series because they "believed." Somehow  God got into this game.  And God favours the underdog.  What I saw of the first period looked more  like a wrestling match than a hockey game.  Tempers were flaring; the referees had their  hands full just pulling the players apart. And  the checking that went on againsl the  Canucks, without penalty, made me wonder if  Vancouver would be skunked.  I do not profess to be a hockey fan in the  '90s, but I am no neophyte. I grew up wilh  Phil Esposito, the Rocket and Pocket Richard,  Guy LePlante, Guy IxFleur. Hockey Night in  Canada, was always viewed in our house, my  parents and I had our favourite teams, and we  made fun of Foster Hewitt's high-pilched "He  scores!"  The Sun's June II Saturday Review  abounded with Stanley Cup stories, one of  which equated Kirk McLean and Pavel Bure  with the archetypal hero. McLean certainly  got to live up to the title in the deciding game,  even though he lei in three goals, bul sweet-  faced Pavel Bure blew his chances to prove  his heroism. He still has many years lo go, but  one thing is assured: Pavel will never want for  money.  Hockey heroes: Is Ihis what we are left  with in these last few days of the 20th century? There seems lo be nothing more to hope  for than a sports figure attaining the status of  hero by scoring the tieing goal in the last few  seconds of the last game in Ihe Stanley Cup,  or hitting a home run in the 10th inning of the  last game of the World Series.  Vancouver had their heroes: McLean, Bure  and Courtnall, whose absence was devastating  on Ihe ice. But New York also had their  heroes: Richler, Leetch, Messier. They were  consistent, they played a better game and  were rewarded.  I believed right up until the last 1.6 seconds that Ihe Canucks would tie up the game  and we'd have overtime. Some Vancouver  fans, watching the game in their local pub,  could not even admit to the fact and were  heard yelling "We won! We won!"  I believed, after Ihe game, lhat the Rangers  deserved the trophy.  The curse has been dispelled. New York  had ihe party and no one was hurt.  What happened in Vancouver after Ihe  game was not aboul hockey, ll was about  frustrated young men with too much beer in  their bellies, carrying around loo many  grudges, and using a situation to vent their  anger without thought about the consequences  of their actions. Why else would someone  carry a baseball bat to a hockey game?  Dr. Robert-MichaelKaplan  ind tome of his Vision 20/20  material.  Ian Cobb pholo  ,i  A discussion will be held  at the Sunshine Coast  Community Services  Society offices in Sechelt  at 5638 Inlet Avenue on  Monday, June 27, at 9:30  a.m. to plan activities for  the International Year of  the Family.  Anyone interested in  participating is welcome  to attend.  885-5881  Optometrists don't see eye to eye  by Ian Cobb  Part one of a two part series  Fact or fiction? Quack or  genius?  A Roberts Creek eye doctor  claims eye problems can be  cured or halted through holistics  and integrated vision therapy.  The BC Optometry Association doesn't agree.  It's the spirit and the powers  of the human soul versus the  mechanics of science.  Dr. Robert-Michael Kaplan,  a South-African born  optometrist is currently working  on his second book, The Power  Behind Your Eyes, a follow-up  to Seeing Beyond 20-20.  A Roberts Creek resident for  nearly four years, after moving  to Canada from the United  States, Kaplan promotes integrated vision therapy and  behavioural optometry.  Integrated therapy proposes  patients can re-train their eyes  with holistics.  There's much more to vision,  or perhaps less, lhan what science claims, Kaplan believes.  "Light from our body  emanates Ihrough the eye.  There's actually jusl darkness  out there and when we take the  sun and we harness Ihe energy  and light of the sun which has  the full spectrum of colours and  link them to who we are as  human beings, as a lighl body as  it is referred to, we create the  reality we call our vision."  As he speaks of his beliefs of  vision care, which he quickly  points out are thousands of  years old, he delves deeply inlo  the philosophical and utilizes  the mechanics of the human eye  as the skeleton to his body of  work.  "Now, mechanical training  and the scientific interests say,  well, it's a long eyeball or a  short eyeball or a warped cornea  and some eye problems can be  linked mechanically, perhaps  you can somehow link back to  the past" and find ways to "produce healing within the body,"  Kaplan says.  Afler 22 years of research in  ihe field, he is convinced these  methods work, though the  BCOA is of another opinion.  "Part of whal he's doing is  based on well researched and  proven scientific fact bul it's  treatment for people with very  specific eye problems," says  Gibsons-based optometrist Dr.  Grant Wood.  "Everybody's eyes are different and there has to be many  different treatments," Wood  says.  'Everybody's eyes  are different and  there has to be  many  different  treatments'  ���Dr Gram Wood  He says eye care and treatment isn't as cul and dry as  Kaplan makes it out lo be.  Because Kaplan hasn't written Ihe BCOA entry lest, he  isn't a licensed optometrist in  Ihe province. He isn't part of Ihe  system. A system Wood  describes as having "evolved."  Kaplan says he chose to  avoid membership with the  BCOA on purpose.  "My role is of active leaching, which is the basis of my  new book, to have people lake  responsibility for their vision.  As an optometrist I'd probably  be regulated to spend half an  hour doing tests to rule oul eye  disease and to lest the prescription of the eye which has absolutely no interest to me."  Kaplan says when he first  moved to BC "1 wrote away for  the application and at Ihe end.  when I had lo see a Utile space  lo sign my life away lo Ihe regulatory process, I made a choice  not lo."  Another major aspect of inte  grated vision therapy is prescribing weaker prescription  lens for people ��� a major reason why the BCOA steers clear  of it.  Kaplan believes Ihe body  needs io be free to produce nalural antioxidants and Ihe less we  are able lo do this, Ihe more  prone to the diseases of modern  day living we become.  By having people clean up  their lives and using "lens prescriptions that were more therapeutic than just compensating  for the blurriness," they learned  to use "the tools" they have to  "rehabilitate their vision."  People are too trusting of  Iheir doctors, Kaplan says.  "In most cases people go to  their doctors and il makes ihem  feel like they're victims of Ihe  slaughterhouse.  "Having lo simply bow down  and say doctor lell me whal to  do, unlike in other scenarios  where people are taking a more  active role in Iheir well-being."  Kaplan, who has toured Ihe  globe as a lecturer, says certain  areas, such as Australia, are  warming up lo integrated vision  therapy.  "They're beginning lo recognize that. A, ihey need lo lake a  more holistic approach and, B,  their patients are asking for il."  Wood says ihe BCOA isn't  turning a blind eye lo behavioural optometry or IVT, but  prescribing a weaker lens for the  majority of eye problems is a  potentially dangerous practice.  "Il's nol mysterious. It is  very well proven. We do it  everyday," he says.  The only difference being is  Ihey use eye exercises and use  weaker prescriptions lo help  cure pseudo-myopia, an eye  problem in which the lens is  affected hy a spasm from the  "ciliary body," a muscle hooked  to Ihe lens.  "Relaxation of the lens will  stop it. This is the behavioral  end he's talking aboul," he says.  Nexl week, the doctors discuss why ITV and behavioral  optometry can and cannot work.  LifxTJ^ Coast News, June 20, 1994  community  Barry Janyk oversees the  Langdale School Parents  Group 'Ride on, Ride on'  raffle draw Wednesday. Earl  Carter won a 1994 Harley  Davidson Sportster  motorcycle, Doug Pierce takes  home a Husqvarna tractor-  mower, and Debbie Simmons  a Norco mountain bike. The  raffle brought in over $9,200  for Langdale's school library  project.  Joel Johnstone photo  how very amusing  Raven's Cry Theatre Saturday June 25 8pm  roberts creek  by Katharine Trueman  885-2282  We who live in the Creek are  pretty proud of our quiet well  kept nation. But once in a while  the "Mail Box Litter Bug" strikes  again. Recently il has been  noticed by many resident that the  rural mail box areas are quite  untidy.  Please, il would be appreciated if you would take home those  unwanted flyers and advertisements, disposing of them through  recycling or garbage pickup.  Meanwhile, perhaps one kind  soul from each site could adopt  the area and make sure it remains  tidy until the "Litter Bug" gets  the hint. Let's keep Roberts  Creek clean.  Burning Regulations  At this time of year, residents  of Roberts Creek need a gentle  reminder about the burning regulations thai are in effect. Denis  Mulligan, Roberls Creek fire  Chief, advises thai at the presenl  lime no burning permits are  being issued, and no burning is  allowed in the Creek. Should the  wealher turn welter and colder,  then this restriction may be  altered.  Mulligan further advises that  the Roberts Creek Fire Department is in Ihe process of drafting  a Fire Safely Bylaw for the  george In glbsons  by (ieorge Cooper  Through the historic Northwest passage from west to east  ��� the firsl ship ever to do so;  then, a return voyage from east  lo wesl; and years later, a voyage from Vancouver to Halifax  by way of the Panama Canal  made il the first ship to circumnavigate North America.  That ship was Ihe Sl. Roch,  the RCMP auxiliary schooner,  later ketch-rigged, that served in  the Canadian arctic as a "floating deiachmenl and supply ship"  from 1928 lo 1948.  The skipper, Henry Larsen,  who commanded the St. Roch  for all hut its maiden voyage  inlo the Arctic Ocean, was  ordered in 1940 "lo proceed if  possible from Vancouver to  Halifax ��� "if ihere was sufficient lime left after duties in the  western Arctic had been completed."  A film show by CBC this  pasl spring slated the Sl. Roch  was ordered lo proceed to  Greenland in all haste to protect  a titanium mine in Greenland.  "All haste" turned oul to be  28 months. Police dulies took  much of the lime bul bad ice  years slowed progress, Larsen  reported. On one occasion  imprisoned in the ice, the St.  Roch was lifted four feel by the  severe pressure of Ihe ice. Black  powder charges cracked the ice  10 relieve the pressure. The crew  plied ice chisels to clear the rudder and propeller.  Many harrowing experiences  befell the Sl. Roch and crew, but  on Aug. 3, 1942 Larsen reported, "...we had lo make up our  minds in a hurry, lo risk grave  dangers or slay ice-bound for  another winter."  And ihey made it, although  "on several occasions I feared  Creek area. This Bylaw will provide specific regulations controlling all burning in the Creek. The  fire department hopes to have  this bylaw before the Sunshine  Coast Regional District within  the next month or two. Let's  keep Roberts Creek green.  Creek Daze  The annual Creek Daze Celebrations scheduled for Aug. 20  just might nol happen this year.  Lee Mason says, "I cannot coordinate the event alone" and  unless someone comes forward  to offer help wilh co-ordination,  perhaps we have to think about  shelving it for a year. But if you  would really like lo enjoy a '94  Creek Daze, then why not call  Lee at 885-3935 lo lend a hand.  Canada Day Dance  A Canada Day Dance is being  held on July 1 at the Hall from 9  pm to 1 pm. Music will be  rhythm and blues with Frankie  Lee "Sole Man" from San Francisco (Otis Redding style of  rhythm and blues).  The tickets cost $14 and are  available at the Roberts Creek  General Store. The event will be  non-smoking and will not be  open to minors. There will be no  tickets sold at the door. All proceeds will go to the Teen Parent  Program at the Elphinstone  school.  Beaver, Cub registration  If you have boys between the  ages of 5 to 10 years old, perhaps  you would like them to enjoy the  active Scouting program in the  Creek. Pre-registrations are now  being accepted for the Beaver  and Cub Sections which will  begin in early September. To  obtain a space in the 6th Roberts  Creek Group, please call Elliott  885-2282.  V YMCA Summer Day Camps  With games, special events, swimming, fishing, crafts, overnight  camp outs and age appropriate instruction in sailing, canoeing,  kayaking,  rowboating,  sailboarding,   tennis,  archery  and  orienteering.  Return transportation leaves Sechelt at 8:15 am and returns at  5pm with stops along Highway 101, Roberts Creek and Gibsons.  Daily lunch, meals on overnight camp outs and transportation  from Sechelt, Roberts Creek and Gibsons included.  Fees: 4 days $110.5 days $135.9 days $235.  A brochure with dates and an application form is available at  1760 YMCA Road, Langdale or by mail from...  YMCA CAMP ELPHINSTONE  440 Hendry Ave.,  North Vancouver, V7L 4C5  Tel 251-1116 or fax 986-0592  "A Place to heam and a Place to Grow"  Canada Day Celebrations  Preparations for July 1 Canada Day Celebrations are well  underway with this year's chairperson Kim Lindsay and her  committee.  The day will begin with the  Kinsman's traditional pancake  breakfast at the Kinsmen and  Lions Hall at Dougal Park and  children's decorated bicycle and  wagon parade from Holland  Park along Gower Poinl lo Dougal Park.  After opening ceremonies in  the park there will be a fun day  for the whole family.  The celebrations are focusirig  on the Year of the Family for the  day's events with activities for  all ages. Just a small hint...study  up on your Canadian knowledge  as we are planning a family fun-  trivia contest with some great  prizes.  Parents should plan to dress  their small children casually so  they can help build and paint Ihe  the vessel was doomed."  From Halifax to Vancouver  in 1944 the St. Roch spent only  87 days en route. A route different from Ihe previous one was  followed, revealing the way for  future expeditions to take  ihrough the Northwest Passage.  A little known award, the  Polar Medal was given twice to  Larsen and two constables, once  for each trans-polar voyage. The  Polar Medal recognizes notable  advances in the exploration of  the north or soulh polar regions  by those who "undergo the hazards   and   rigors   of  these  regions.  A retired RCMP member,  Arthur Sharman of Victoria,  who knew Larsen quite well told  me, "Henry Larsen knew  English as a second language.  Though he had no trouble with  everyday communicating, he  often confused words of several  syllables.  "When telling of the voyage  through the Panama Canal, he  said that trip circumcized North  America."  That malaprop merely underlines Larsen's long and arduous  service, to the country.  NATIONAL  I NB GIISONS MALTY ITO. ��� AN INDEPENDENT MtMBtR _____J  Home or  .Property  Evaluation  For action not excuses.  Call Kenan MacKenzie  885-7810  office  city boxes. Karen's School of  Performing Arts will be entertaining and Graham Edney will  be there with Karaoke.  It is all going to be great with  some new activities, lots to eat  and friends to see.  The number to call is 885-  4882 for setting up a craft table  in the park. The booking fee for  the day is $10.  If you have some time to volunteer on that day, we still need  lo help with children's races and  game booths.  . For more information about  the day, call 886-4567 and look  for handouts from our local merchants.  TAX-SMART INVESTING  $1 OF DIVIDENDS IS EQUIVALENT TO ABOUT $1.30 OF INTERESTI  HEM'S THE LOW-RISK WAY YOU CAM RETAIN MORE Of  YommEsmEHimcom.  GUARDIAN PREFERRED DIVIDEND FOID LTD.  ��� Over 80% Invested in high-quality Canadian  preferred sham.  ��� Monthly, tax-efficient, dividend Income.  ��� Minimal Net Asset Value fluctuation.  CALL NOW FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS TAX-SMART INVESTMENT:  ,  ��� Lawrence K. Chambers, CLU  R.R. #2, Site 47, Comp. 26  Gibsons, B.C., VON 1V0  TlU (604) 886-9111, Fax: (604) 886-9121  Helping Cmteeem ttmfiatvuial foal* Una rtolity.  The Siituitifud Trttspetttti ctmtaim impmaat injormattm atom thu Jtnaf. Ccfiu en  otatilobU ftvtn yttur ssdviaor. fjod it cartfittts) before intuiting. Seam vatiu, smrli and  cummin __ ttisHfituttteu.   NOTICE TO RESIDENT ELECTORS AND PROPERTY  ELECTORS IN THE TOWN OF GIBSONS AND THE  ELECTORAL AREAS OF "F (ELPHINSTONE) AND "F  (WEST HOWE SOUND) IN THE SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  On August 13,1994, a by-election will be held in Area "P to elect a Director to fill the  position vacated by the resignation of Tony Laver (see "Notice of Nomination Period" in this  paper). On that date, as well, a referendum will be held in Electoral Areas "E" and T and  the Town of Gibsons to vote on funding for the Olbeons Library (tor referendum questions  see ad in this paper for "Invitation for Applications for Scrutineers).  The Sunshine Coast Regional District has amended their Elections Bylaw No. 390 to allow  that "in the case of a by-election or other voting at any time other than at a general local  election, the registration of electors shall be limited to those valid electors who register at  the time of voting." Therefore there will be no pre-registratkxi for resident electors or voters  list prepared in advance, but those who qualify under the requirements listed below will  register at the polls.  QuillflHtlani lor i nthttnt itator in;  (a)      on voting day you must be eighteen years of age or older  a person MUST be a Canadian Citizen;  a person must have resided in British Columbia in accordance with Section  53 of the Municipal Act for at least six months immediately preceding the  day of registration;  a person must have resided in the area in which the vote is taking place in  accordance with Section 53 of the MunidpaLAct for at least 30 days  immediately preceding the day of registration;  yon must not be disqualified by the Municipal Act or any other enactment  from voting in the election.  Property electors will register at the time of voting BUT in addition to this, prior application  for a Property Elector Certificate is required. See below:  Qu��IHIeitlon�� for Prooortv Electora era;  (a)      a person must not be entitled to register as a resident elector-  lb)      a person must be eighteen years of at" or older on general voting day  a person MUST be a Canadian Citizen;  a person must have resided in British Columbia in accordance with Section  53 of the Municipal Act for at least six months immediately preceding the  day of registration;  a person must be registered owner of the real property used for  qualification at least 30 days immediately preceding the day of registration;  a person must not be disqualified by the Municipal Act or any other  enactment from voting in an election.  Certlflcllon of Property Electors:  (a) In order to vote on advance voting days or on general voting day property  electors MUST apply for a Property Elector Certificate from the official of  the local government in which the election is being held on or before July  29,1994.  (b) If more than one individual is registered as an owner of the real property  only one individual is entitled to vote with the written consent of a majority  of all other registered owners that are on the title including the person  requesting registration.  Joan Harvey  Chief Election Officer  (b)  (c)  (d)  (e)  (c)  (d)  (e)  to  mmm (-.Oiisi iNews, |une JO, ltlt)4  community  sechel It scenario  Sunshine Coast Community Services Society president Holly Lehmann, center, shares an enthusiastic moment with administrator  Vicki Dubbin, right, and Cam Reid, left, of Sechelt's Rotary Club after unveiling a plaque commemorating the Rotary Room at  Community Services open house and annual general meeting Thursday. Joel Johnstone photo  by Margaret Watt 885-33(4  Summer is almost upon us,  the kids will soon be out of  school and then what will we do?  Well, let me tell you there is  no shortage of entertainment  going on this summer in Sechelt.  From the end of June to the  beginning of September the Festival of the Written Arts presents  a concert every weekend. I  should have more details next  week.  Raven's Cry Theatre will be  presenting those classic films.  Pick up a brochure in any of the  Coast bookstores to see what's  showing when.  Parent-Tot Summer Fun  Community Services will again  be offering fun for both parents  and tots during July and August.  Eight morning adventures, at different locations, featuring activities from dress-up to rock and  roll. You'll have to hurry because  registration is limited to 30 children. Phone 885-5881 for further  information.  Strawberry Tea  A strawberry tea is on for Saturday, June 25 at 2 pm to 4 pm at  the Masonic Hall in Roberts  Creek. Admission is $2.50. There  are door prizes and two raffles.  The first raffle is for a donkey  flower planter, a salad bowl and  a suncatcher.  The second prize is for a grocery hamper, a gift basket and a  set of mystery books.  Special Meeting  There will be a special meeting of the Sechelt Public Library  Association at St. Hilda's Church  Hall on June 28 at 7:30 pm. All  library members, the adults, anyway, are invited lo attend this  meeting to discuss a motion that  the District of Sechelt assume  responsibility for providing  library service in the locality  served by the Sechelt Public  Library Association.  Father's Day  By the time you read this,  Father's Day will be over for  another year. I've decided that  I'm nol a big fan of these special  days.  There's enough anxiety jusl in  getting prepared for Christmas or  Easter or birthdays without creating more. Anyway, I hope all  you Dads out there were remembered and reminded how much  you're loved.  dockside davls bay  h  ord lim's  CoastHotels&Resorts Q  SPECIAL  MOROCCAN  NIGHT!  SATURDAY, JUNE 25,1994  COMMENCING AT 6 P.M.  $39.95 PER PERSON  885-7038  _. -  ,bv       RESERVATIONS ONIY!  ''Sen-**"       ,  DINNER FEATURES:  iHorim  Moroccan Salad  'BastiHa  CousCous  Moroccan Sweets  by Joanne Sheanh 885-3629  In 1992, the DB/WC Community Association wanted to make a special contribution to  the community to honour Canada's 125th  Anniversary of Confederation.  The then-president, Gerry Sheanh, suggested a flagpole be erected to commemorate  Ihis important occasion, which was unanimously agreed upon by all members. Jean  Robinson, who was secretary at the time, kept  'reminding' the association of this obligation.  Thanks to her, lasl Sunday saw the raising of  the flag over the community hall and grounds.  A long-time member, Ed Cuylits, was  asked lo dedicate the new pole and flag. The  following is his heartfelt speech in its entirety.  "I'm deeply moved to have been asked to  be a part of this very special ceremony.  "Even during the war, Helen and I never  knew how much ihe Canadian flag was going  to mean to us ��� not until the fin Canadian  soldiers with the Maple Leaf painptd on their  ���   .- ���' ' "���       ".''-..���;_      *H    ,  sechelt sceniors circuit  vehicles rolled past our home in the Hague,  with the smiling men who liberated us on top.  "lt was not until then, and again not until  just a few days ago when Canada remembered all the young men who stormed the  beaches of Normandy, that we started to realize how many young lives were given to free  us in Europe from dictatorship ��� from years  of suffering. And we can never thank you  enough for this.  "And thus, it is with deep emotion, that I,  with Helen at my side, ask for a moment of  silent thought to remember all those who gave  their lives. We ask for this moment of silence  to dedicate the beautiful flag which is about to  be raised:  "The symbol of true Canada in our Community:  "The symbol of our peace-loving country,  generous to all:  "And for Helen and 1, the symbol of our  Liberation". ���   '   ���  , ..���,.    .  The flag was raised by Gerry Sheanh and  Jean Robinson while the people sang "Oh  Canada". A very moving service.  All this took place after the successful  potluck dinner held at the hall, which hosted  55-60 people. There was a wonderful variety  of dishes and everyone enjoyed the fellowship  as well as the food.  The Parent's Advisory Council of Davis  Bay elementary school plans to construct an  outdoor basketball court on the school  grounds with the funds raised from their Giant  Garage Sale. They are asking for help and  most particularly, anyone who has some  expertise in cement work. If you are able to  help in any way, please contact Grete al 885-  5792.  St. John's United Church Garage Sale last  Saturday was a resounding success despite the  cold, rainy day. Thanks to all those who gave  of their time, their goods, and their  cash...another community effort.  I I    ���������!������  3fl ���Hill  by Larry Grafton  Garage Sale  Looking at the July calendar  you will note that our branch  has a garage sale planned for  July 23.  The committee is anxious to  prepare for this event, and will  _W___T��  TO A HIGHCR  DEPOSIT RflTC.  _WISi TH���  CARIfUKflN.  Navigate $5000*  of View mesne*/ to Staahtoe Coeet  Credit Union between Use/ *th  and July Sth, I tM, and well  navigate you to a 7%�� bonus  inters* t raw on a one year  lochad-in term deposit  Sui  nsh   m  )&M& e^  ast Credit Union  Cibsons Branch  Sunshine Coast Hwy.  Tel 866 8121  Ponder Harbour  Branch  Madeira Park Rd.  Tel 883-9531  Sechelt Branch  Teredo St.  Tel 885-3255  You could win  A Caribbean Cruise worth  approximately SSOOO, or you  could win one of three SSOO  cash prises. One wM be awarded at each branch, for avery  SIOOO deposited you receive one  entry form. The mora you  deposit, the greater your  chances of winning.  Take MssttXissvr look  ���new eiwHiai mmm%  at those hinds you have elsewhere. Navigate them over to  Sunshine Coast Credit Union.  We PO hava mora to offerl  Visit any branch of Sunshine  Coast Credit Union for  complete contest details.  ' SSOOO mewnmn*an<ltaiKtMlainn net.  SIOOO nwwn wguml ,o int. pntt draw,  Na* iree���' npnMi brats nM cvrnnO, v  AH���tet SOOJ Am, . ut���t to Choi���  ���WI������������������� tawr  HIT Wharf, Stchelt. T.I 111 Iill  imMmtLxmW.  Your Cnjete Hsceden Sl��e'  NORWEGIAN  accept articles which members  care to donate at the centre starting immediately. Look at it in  two ways.  It's a good opportunity to get  rid of an article or articles that  are overdue for disposal, and a  good opportunity to help your  branch.  Unfortunately the branch  cannot accept clothing. You  may call the centre for information at 885-3513 or 885-3227.  Canada day In sechelt  Over 80's Tea  This popular senior's event  was born in the early 1980s as a  result of an 80th birthday party  for one of our members given  by Jean and Bert Sherlock. At  that time it proved so popular  and well attended that they  decided that it would be a traditional get-together each June.  This year was no exception  and the tea was held on June 14  at the seniors centre ��� spon-  Show off your family heritage in this year's Sechelt Canada Day  Parade on Friday, July 1.  So dust off those tartans, shine up those clogs and press your  kimono. Let's all come out and show off our family heritage from all  corners of the world.  The iheme for the parade is the International Family, to celebrate  the United Nations International Year of the Family 1994.  There will be prizes for dressed-up spectators as well as for  floats. And of course the theme leaves room for the imagination:  people may find out who Ihe aliens are amongst us.  For more details on the parade, contact parade marshall Norm  Blair, of the Sechelt Rotary Club, at 885-6466 or Ann Byres, the  Canada Day coordinator, at 886-8778.  ��� Other exciting events will be the Star Search Talent Context for  pre-teens and teens. Call Brian Harbison al 885-0843 for more information.  ��� July 1-3: Hacked Park Tennis Tournament. Mixed doubles for  adults and singles and doubles for teens. To enter call Janice Brown  at 885-7006.  ��� Going all day ��� 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Helicopter rides from Ihe  fool of Inlet.  Sponsored by the Rotary.  r.^/S       New to the Coast  Elil=l=T li'ilfl/^. WOukE  Phone 8  ��� Shearing and Forming  ��� Stainless Steel Kitchen  and Restaurant Equipment  ��� Marine Work  ��� Ventilation and Exhaust  ��� Ductwork and Roof Flashing  ��� All types of Welding  All work guaranteed  86-2292                               Fax latjtyQ  687 Industrial Way, Gibsons  192  sored, of course, by the Sherlock's. The tables were nicely  decorated with flowers and  plants.  This year there were over 50  honoured guests ranging in age  from the magical 80 to 92 years  of age.  All members were eligible  for the draw on about 12 lovely  plants which had doubled as  table centres for Ihe tea.  Len Herder, in his inimitable  fashion, handled the "Master of  Ceremonies" duties with  alacrity as he has done for the  pasl few years. Doug Third  entertained with some members,  and as per tradition the 69ers,  with Nikki Weber conducting,'  and Connie Wilson as accompanist, presented a few of their  most popular numbers. All in ill  it was a most enjoyable gathering all with thanks to Jean and  Bert Sherlock. May the tradition  endure.  Living Wills  There will probably be few  of us who do not know that we  should have a will to look after  our affairs when the end arrives,  bul we should give some  thought to what happens prior to  our demise.  At the senior's convention  Ihis year we had a workshop on  living wills which proved to be  very informative.  A living will is simply i  signed, dated and witnessed  document which states, in  advance, your wishes regarding  the maintenance or termination  of life sustaining medical treatment in circumstances where  there is no expectation for  recovery.  Probably most of us dread  the thought of becoming an artificially sustained vegetable.  This is one means of preventing  this from happening and relieving the strain on your family.  Living will forms are available  from The Jack Bell Foundation,  2703-2055 Pendrell St., Vancouver, B.C., V6G 1T9.  A small donation to the  Foundation for postage and handling is optional.  ,,��*-���,>. - . ��� ���   . /  ��� -*.*. community  i  Coast News, June 20,1994  Announcing...  Dr. Scott Russell - Podiatrist  is available 2 Thursdays a month  for the treatment of all foot disorders.  Phone Gibsons Medical Clinic  for appointment  886-2221  Wading for a bite, Grant Lilley and Steve Stevenson trade casts In the tidal waters of Bonniebrook during a sunny evening.  Joel Johnstone photo  Crlez&Mfre^estau^l  with Domaine de Chaberton  Invite you lo ua exquisite five course dinner wilh the  impressive vine* from your local Langley Estate Winciy.  Pairing food & wine in Uie French tradition..  Leam about wine from the  award winning wine master  Claude Violet  Friday June 24th at 6:30pm  $55 per person (limited seating available)  at Bonniebrook Lodge  Please call 886-2188  halfmoon happenings  by Ruth Forrester 885-2418  Al the annual general meeting  of the Welcome Beach Community Association lasl week, a new  slate of officers was elected. The  new president is Jim Bain following past-president Ken  Moore, vice-president Don  McLeod, treasurer Al Livesay  and secretary Pal Webster.  The board of directors comprises Marion Terrillon, Joyce  McMahon, Francis Konopasek,  Franz Erber, Frank Apel, Sandy  Paradon, Jan Wilkinson, A.  Oldale, Fred Church and Barbara  Grimsey. The past out-going  officers and committee members  were thanked for a most successful year, and it was pleasing lo  see so many new keen members  willing to help the association.  It is drawing close to Country  Fair time and a good point at  wKit'H ifi'lfcmiiW people'Id bring  friends and nl'ighbdttrS'in car  loads rather than come one or  Iwo lo a car. The parking gets  quite hectic on that weekend, so  luvbour highlights  if all of you, particularly in the  Welcome Woods area get together it would help alleviate the situation. Lots of good things will be  going on including the Ihree and  a half mile Trophy Run from  Connor Park to Coopers Green  on Sunday, July 10 starting at  10:30 am. Be there IS minutes  ahead of lime.  The fair committee is sponsoring what promises to be a real  country fair type of event, a best  dressed animal parade. This  should be a good one. Halfmoon  Bay Hospital Auxiliary will be  cooking up the famous Halfmoon  Bay breakfast from 9 am to 11:30  am, Sunday morning, and the  Halfmoon Bay Volunteer Fire  Dept. will be barbecuing hamburgers and hot dogs from 11 am  to 4 pm. Following the Saturday  evening dinner by the Rec Association there will be a talent  show. There's lots of great talent  around, so call Elise at 885-4642  if you would like to enter and  join the fun. Don't forget to pre-  register your little ones for the  Kids' Fishing Derby sponsored  by the Halfmoon Bay General  Store and to call Marion at 885-  8555 if you wish to take part in  the Car Rally on the Friday  evening.  Winners of the Halfmoon Bay  elementary school poster contest  have been announced. First prize  went to Ben Mitso, second was  Juliet Merrick and the third was  shared by Stephanie Cameron  and Gus Vaughan. Honourable  mention was made to Terry  Kammerle for a job well done.  The pre-school daycare are  still in need of donations for their  service auction, so if you have  any service or skill you would  like to donate to this worthy  cause please phone Sue at 885-  9975.  The bocci ball tournament  i will be from 1 pm to 4 pm on '  Saturday, sponsored by the1 Rec bj  Association with an entry fee of  $2. Call Maurice Arduin to register and for information.  by Frank Roosen 883-2920  The Pender Harbour Wildlife  Society will be having a PICNIC  al the Lions Park on Tuesday,  June 21 at 6 pm. For most of you  that date is tomorrow and for the  discovered part of Egmont and  beyond it will be today.  Potluck dinner, please bring a  dish to share with someone that  can cook as good as you. Now  there is a lough one.  Of course there are barbecues  available, but please bring plates,  utensils, a friend or two and most  of all 'Sunshine'.  There will be all sorts of  games and plays like volleyball,  horse shoe throwing, and frisbee.  Sound like a fun evening,  Tuesday being a Fire Dept.  evening I wonder if ihey could  combine a practice and have  some fun al this picnic? How  aboul il fellows? You could  check if the tank is still full of  water.  Bargain Barn  After my last column the telephone has rung off the hook.  Everybody wants to donate Ihe  "While Building" across the  road, except the rightful owners.  Perhaps ihey are on holiday and  don't know aboul this venture. If  I knew who they were I would  send them personally a copy of  Ihe original. Ahh. don't lei's give  up hope yel.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  Um your am it hour wUh m,  pn/AnknlOn  MiUdMrini��idFotwi��dtai  tadmrltataadYwdMiiiMHMim  ftyfcrltoii* Checker UretaScnte  CALLSHARON 885-2228  y^C��mmMm-Wmkm  imp    lutowtowt  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  BnnclwCotstToCot*  Mid-Summer Festival  We are still in the process of  organizing this event which  could be the biggest event in the  Harbour next to May-Day. Perhaps it could also be a musical  festival? Any musicians out there  willing to participate? A few saxophones, trumpets, drums and  accordions?  How about you craft people?  You want to sell some of your  crafts, paintings, pottery, woodwork, or carvings?  Any growers out there wanting to sell produce, sheep or have  a cattle auction? Oops, that's  going too far. Or is it?  We want to hear form you.  Please phone Dianne at 883-2286  or Frank at 883-2920 and do it  now.  TRAIL BAY MALL MERCHANTS  SANDCASHE  COMPETITION  Join the Fun!  DAVIS BAY  Register at Davis Bay Beach  Sunday, July 10, 12 noon to 2:30pm  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  1994  LOCAL BY-ELECTION  NOTICE OF NOMINATION PERIOD  Public Notice is given to the electors of the Sunshine Coast Regional District  that a local by-election will be held on Saturday, August 13, 1994 to elect  ONE director from the following electoral area for the remainder of 1994 and  the 1995 and 1996 Board years:  West Howe Sound (Electoral Area F)  Nominations for qualified candidates will be received during the following  times at the Sunshine Coast Regional District office, 5477 Wharf Road,  Sechelt, BC.  9:00 am - 5:00 pm  Tuesday, June 28,1994  8:00 am - 5:00 pm  Monday to Wednesday  8:00 am - 6:00 pm Thursday and Friday  excluding holidays from June 29,1994 to July 7,1994  8:00 am - 4:00 pm  Friday, July 8,1994  Nomination documents are available at the Sunshine Coast Regional District  during regular business hours. ,      Harvm/  Chief Election Officer  B��.  GLASSFORD DESIGN STUDIOS  BILL DUTHIE BOOKSELLER'S CHOICE AWARD  o  Awarded to the book which best combines  design, content and commercial appeal.  Designed by Roger Handling,  Glassford Design Studios, Gibsons.  Published by Harbour Publishing, Madeira Park.  OLAS8FQRD  design STUDIOS  -���M  *.,����,-�� jui ic iu,   i yyi  New - Used  Furniture ttk I'olleitablex  community  WHARF STREET MARKET  Wanted: good used rods, reels, & tackle.  Open 7 days a meek, 10 ��� Si30pm -4*^  5500WhwfRd. <>��$��*���  egmont news  We're CommgBack!  EVERGREEN LANDSCAPING  DIV. OF ROBERTS CREEK ENTERPRISES LTD.  Serving the Sunshine Coast for over 20 years. We  are returning from Victoria this July. We have  new products and innovative landscape ideas.  For top quality designs and guaranteed  workmanship.  Starting July 1,1994, phone 885-5033.  by Maureen Parrott 883-9189  Looking for something? Many old-timers  here keep Ihe pioneer's cuslom of Ihrowing  nothing oul. If you have the space (and  memory) for it all, il can save you plenty of  hardware expenses.  Our packrat habil saved Ihe day for a fellow who combed Sooke, Victoria, and Port  Alberni looking for a certain old marine  clutch.  He was searching Surrey and New Westminster when someone suggested he look up  Billy Griffith.  The man wanted that part pretty badly,  for he came all the way to Egmonl. Billy  wasn't home, bul Lloyd Carter dug an old  box out of the rafters and found most of a  Briggs and Stralton reversing gear, which  Bill Griffith senior gave him some years  back.  With some machine work, il may do a  belter job lhan the original clutch.  After gloating over Ihe prize awhile, the  man asked cautiously, "I suppose you'll  want some money for this?"  Lloyd shrugged. "Five dollars?" The man  gave him 20 for good measure, and everyone left happy.  Seafood Smory  Prawns, oysters, cod, wild salmon, homecooked buffet dishes ��� where else bul Ihe  Egmont Lions' seafood dinner?  This famous feast takes place July 2 at  Egmonl Communily Hall from 4 pm. ll ends  at 7 pm ihis time, so arrive early.  Come hungry. Adults pay $9, children 6 -  12 half price, and younger ones free. It's  also your last chance to buy tickets in Ihe  Lions-Quesl firewood raffle, among others  to be drawn that nighl.  Grad Finale  Pender Harbour secondary school invites  Ihe whole communily to join in the celebration for Pender and Egmonl graduates of  1994. The ceremony will take place Thursday, June 30 at 4 pm in the school. Everyone  is welcome.  Afler Ihe ceremony Ihe grads will adjourn  to Gibsons where Ihe yacht Gulf Stream iy  will take Ihem on a four-hour cruise.,  Egmont Marina will host the after-grad  parly. The grads plan lo have a disc jockey  ami dancing until dawn.  They have booked the whole building  from 2 am to 7 am. The pub will be de-  licensed for this event. Congratulations,  class of '94, on making Ihis a dry grad.  s&Al  For inquiries, phone  1-382-3897 fax 1-388-9666.  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The merchants have outdone  themselves with Iheir donations,  discounts, and general good will  when we call on them.  If you want to know what a  great lown Ihis is, get involved  in this annual celebration.  Through ihe generosity of  Harry Smith, Molly's Reach is  once again being used as command headquarters ��� so any  information you need, forms,  raffle tickets, T-shirts or just a  general chit chat can be  obtained by dropping in to "the  Reach".  A telephone will be hooked  up there as of June 27 so questions can still be answered by  phoning 886-0194.  The St. Bart's An Group are  again helping staff the Reach  and at the same time adding  interest wilh a display of their  paintings.  Everyone is most welcome to  drop in and browse the show.  It's ever changing as "sold"  paintings are replaced.  A new and exciting addition  to this year's festivities will be  Ihe kayak race around Keals.  Dorothy and Bodhi Drope are  organizing this and promise a  fun show of kayaking prowess  in the harbour around 1 p.m.  Saturday before they head off  on Iheir race.  The theme seems lo have  brought oul the swashbuckler in  everyone and Ihe entries for the  parade are pouring in and wilh  Lynda Coote's superb organization you'll find it better than  ever.  Kiddies Day on Saturday  afternoon looks lo be sensational with exciting events for Ihe  whole family and some prizes at  ihe games that the children will  enjoy.  The entire committee has  worked hard lo make this an  enjoyable three days for everyone.  remember when  5 YEARS AGO  A federal fisheries ban was  broadened as a result of new  information documenting higher  levels of dioxins and furans in  shellfish.  All of Howe Sound was  closed lo commercial crab fishing, and the area under a shrimp  and prawn ban was extended.  Author and publisher Howard  While of Madeira Park received  a rare Canadian Historical Association Career Award for his  work in promoting awareness of  BC regional history throughout  Canada. The awards ceremony  took place at Laval University in  Quebec City.  10 YEARS AGO  Gibsons council members lasl  week heard first-hand how successful downtown revitalization  projects can be from the man  who co-ordinated the award winning projeci in Chemainus on  Vancouver Island.  Elphinstone Grade 12 graduate Maria Christian was selected  by the British Columbia Pack  Rams, an elite volleyball team,  to compete in an international  tournament in Taiwan on Aug.  17.  FRISKIES  Cat Food  156g - 2 for  790  Buy 10 get Friskles  Dry Cat Food 750g  FREE with In-store  coupon  M  I-  MANY OTHER SPECIALS IN STORE NOW)  GIBSONS  umm  441 Marine Drive     ���   '* - "W  W*\?&e\m$ln9  5663 Cowrie Street  Sechelt  885-9614  m  m  _m_  __  TOWN OF GIBSONS  Notice of  Temporary Water  ShutoffforZonell  Please be advised that water supply in Zone I  will be temporarily shut down on Wednesday,  June 22nd, 1994 between 9:30 a.m. and 12:00  p.m. (noon).  Zone II means all users on the south side of  Highway 101 from Henry Road to Bals Lane  including top section of Bals Lane, Fairmont,  Hillcrest, Wildwood Crescent and Abbs Road  also Seaview Plaza.  The reason for the shut down is due to waterline  upgrade.  Wilbert Fair  SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS  15 YEARS AGO  Bank manager Clarence Joe  of Ihe Sechelt Indian Band cut  the ribbon to mark the opening  of the Tsho-Nye Native Environmental Studies projeci in Deserted Bay, Jervis Inlet.  Elphinstone student Karl  Johnston was selected as a participant in a Forum for Young  Canadians in Ottawa. Students  will travel to the nation's capital  to meet with federal leaders of  all parties in a quest for understanding of Canada's government.  25 YEARS AGO    '������  W.S. Potter resigned his position as principal of Elphinstone  secondary school.  Reverend M. Cameron was  honoured with a potluck dinner  by his congregation after eight  years service on Ihe Coast.  35 YEARS AGO  A trap-shooting range on the  Sunshine Coast was opened by  the Gibsons Rod and Gun Club.  Preparation of a master plan  of action was the main accomplishment of the St. Mary's Hospital study group at its June 11  meeting.  45 YEARS AGO  Battleman Milton Mclnlyre  was elected to rtwtprovincial leg-1  islature.        vfenfA I  The   coalitld*   candidate!  defeated longtime CCF member  Tony Gargrave.  Members of the Gibson*1  Board of Trade were informed  that the Department of Transport  was ready to go ahead with the  installation df restrooms on the  wharf for the convenience of the  public.  Nominees  sought  for green  awards  In 1989, Environment Canada  established the Environmental  Achievement Awards to recognize the success and dedication  of Canadians in protecting and  restoring our environmenl.     r  The list of recipients of .this  prestigious award is impressive.  They have mounted awareness  and educational programs. And  they have helped protect our nat- ���  ural areas. Bul most of all, they .  have shown the commitment ind  energy Canadians need to meel  Ihe environmental challenge.  -  They are contributing to making ���  their communities, their busi- 1  nesses, our country and our plan-  et a better place in which lo live.  Environment Canada encour- 1  ages Canadians to nominate the  environmental success stories in  Iheir region. Nominations for  .  these awards are now being  >  accepted in five of the six categories: Non-Profit Organization:  Outstanding Communications  1  for Environmental Awareness;  i  Corporate Environmental Leadership; Lifetime Achievement;   ���  and Environmental Leadership  1  by a Municipality. I  In the sixth category, Envi- .  ronmenlal Science Fair Project, 1  the winner is chosen by Environ- I  ment Canada and the Youth Science Foundation. Nominations, 1  therefore, are not required.  Applications can be obtained  from any Environment Canada   1  office or by contacting 1-800-  668-6767. Nominations musl he   ���  postmarked on or before Aug. 2.  em  -TMstaatm  <  -   '   1 ���   1/   .'   ���-���  ..-; ; rr.i.'n  i'.'.-a ... Coast News, June 20, 1994  11  community  Coast craftmanship celebrated  The garden at Forst Pottery  will be transformed on June 25-  26 into an artisans' celebration of  excellence in craftmanship.  Pal Forsl has invited nine of  her favourite artisans to join her  in offering a selection of their  most recent work amidst music  and refreshments.  During the weekend, the artisans will be taking turns to  demonstrate their crafl and  answer questions you might have  about the techniques used.  The Sunshine Coast Music  Society is sponsoring the impressive lineup of musical entertainment. Some of the music you  will hear will be Celtic songs  with Ann Law, flute with Chris  Bernetchez, guitar with Dave  Morgan, and the Tsunami  Singers will perform at 2 pm on  Sunday. All this will be offered  around the pond and sculpture  garden area.  Amongst the artisans you will  meet is Bradley Hunt, a Kwakiutl  carver who lives in Gibsons. He  is well-known for his traditional  cedar carving and prints. Recently, Hunt has worked with sandblasted glass images and has now  begun to work in silver jewelry.  Gale Woodhouse, poller,  taught art and design technology  in England for six years. She also  apprenticed with two of Britain's  leading potters. The effect of her  English traditional stoneware  background is apparent in her  strong robust earthenware vessels. She also produces fine  porcelain and highly textural  masks and wall pieces.  Furniture design and construction is the art of Gary Kent.  Vancouver born, Kent worked  and studied in Northern California before settling on the Coast.  Good quality furniture, with  clean lines and an oriental influence mark his work. Cherry  wood, quilted maple and some  local maples and alderwood are  Kent's medium.  Jewelry will be represented at  Ihe celebration by Diane Clark of  Fireweed Studio. Having studied  at Emily Carr School of Art,  Capilano College, and the Insti-  tuto San Allende in Mexico,  Clark's work represents both  classic and innovative style and  technique.  Apropos to the garden setting  of this event are the floral water-  colours of Jan Poynter. Poynter's  works are well-known to gallery  goers on Ihe Coast, in Whistler  and the Lower Mainland. She  will be on hand to describe her  other works as well, including  interior floral decor and furnishings, and her painting workshops.  Also on hand will be glass  blower and designer Jan Benda,  painter and print artist Greta  Guzek, clay artist Katie Janyk,  and potter Kevin Corcoran.  Watch for a next article with precis of these artists. Join the artisans on June 25-26, 10 am to 5  pm, 1040 Chamberlin Road,  Gibsons. For more information  contact Pat Forst 886-2543.  Wine tasting dinner planned  Chez Philippe Restaurant and  Domaine de Chaberlon Estate  Winery are hosting the first ever  Wine Master Dinner on the Sunshine Coast. The dinner will be  held Friday, June 24 at 6:30 pm.  The evening will start with a  canape reception and proceed  with four more exquisitely prepared courses ��� each carefully  paired with a different wine chosen to enhance the flavours of  the food.  Claude Violet is the wine  master from Domaine de  Chaberton. He immigrated from  France in 1981 and brought with  him a family tradition of wine  experience which can be traced  back to 1644. He carefully  chose the micro climate of  South Langley for his vineyard  and winery.  Domaine de Chaberton offers  a wonderful selection of premium wines, clean, crisp and  fruity. Even though these wines  have European style, they are  entirely B.C. They are grown,  produced and bottled in Langley, the Fraser Valley. Domaine  de Chaberton's wines have  received many medals from  prestigious wine competitions  held in England, New York,  Chicago and Vancouver.  The cost is $55 per person  including a glass of wine with  each course. If you would like to  learn more about wine while  enjoying a gourmet dinner,  please call Karen at 886-2188.  Patting their ISTD Bronze Jazz Awards with merit, Coatt Academy of Dance and Fine Art*  students Jennifer McFarland, left, Stephany Berintteln, right, Serena Eadet, kneeling, and Laura  Mewhort, standing. photo submitted  Marching  forJesus  on the  Coast  Christians will be taking to  Ihe streets on Salurday, June 25,  at 2 pm local lime, in New  Zealand ��� the starting point of  a Global March for Jesus.  And then, from lown to town,  cily to city, nation lo nation, millions of Christians in most of the  nations around the world will be  marching and praying Ihrough  the time zones for a 24-hour  unbroken period.  March for Jesus is the lime  when Christians of all denominations, races, colours and ages,  can come together to celebrate  with joyful praise and worship.  The march is not a protest, nor  does it represent any political  issues.  The Sunshine Coast marchers  will assemble at 2 pm, June 25  at Calvary Baptist Church, Park  Road, Gibsons, and will wind up  at Gibson's Christian Fellowship  Church, Gower Point Road and  Dogwood, with a potluck picnic  and musical celebration. A but  will be on route for those who  find walking difficult.  A pre-march rally will be  held June 17 at Christian Life  Assembly, School Road, Gibsons at 7:30 pm For more information call 886-4748.  Frirm*%y&.SAntur4my.Juime24&25  & QUICKDRAW^  Friday Night BBQ Steak Supper $8.00 68pm  ohm vtntm m-./ um��n sow. ��� mm. 11 ��� i  Next General Meeting  l/ronxyJune20/'  Crib  MeatDraw  GIBSONS  Hwy. 101 ��886 241  A��rimmm%y&Sraut*m1my*Jmnel4&25  &    TWOOUT    .  WEST      J3  0H��WMMTt11.t/MTCMIIMWITMI..|��.l|.i  Latt General  Meeting until Sept  _________\  Dam  WmiJ-Xpa  Meat Draw  fntySal. 4 pm  Nmn  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  INVITATION FOR APPLICATIONS  FOR SCRUTINEERS  Public Notice is given to the electors of the Sunshine Coast Regional District that on  August 13, 1994 the electors of Electoral Areas "E" (Elphinstone) and "F" (West Howe  Sound) and the Town of Gibsons may be asked the following questions:  1. 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?  Yes_  No_  2. 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?  Yes_ No_  Electors wishing to act as scrutineers "FOR" or "AGAINST" any of the questions may  obtain information and application forms from the Sunshine Coast Regional District office,  5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt, BC during regular business hours.  Applications will be received at the Sunshine Coast Regional District office during the  following time period only:  9:00 am - 5:00 pm Tuesday, June 28,1994  8:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday to Wednesday,  8:00 am - 6:00 pm       Thursday and Friday  excluding holidays from June 29,1994 to July 7,1994  8:00 am - 4:00 pm        Friday, July 8,1994  Further information may be obtained by contacting Joan Harvey, Chief Election Officer at  885-2261.  Joan Harvey  Chief Election Officer  .1  ��� ���  The Coast News...  Your  community  newspaper  Introducing Ihe New Sealy  Posturepedic       f��J  Sleep System  I'liMlin'Ifill'  So Advanced, It's the Bedding of the Future!  IXCLUSIVI  Mwelnh (otl  ���wpoteirled Sensory  Itin'Mlonolkoly  rtomliw (cured  ���MMI.  INNOVATIVE  EdgeCuard" leli you  comlorloWy sleep (loser  lo Ihe edge ol the bed  IXCLUSIVI  SleeftporT Foundation hos  o backbone ol solid sleel beoms loi  exlra slobilily ond durability.  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Sauntering summer melodies cleared cloudy skies  during Fraser's opening piece, 'On it.' Ross Taggart's  cajoling soliloquy for sax wandered through summer  dreamscapes of sound.  The versatile Taggart's Stringers in paradise, an  opening for a medley of familiar tunes, was a highlight  in Ihe Camalol composition by Fraser. Multi-talented  fingertips were Taggart's forte as he tickled the ivories  later In the evening.  Fraser's flying fingers danced through 'Mr. Ryga',  as saxophonists Taggarl and Cam Ryga dueled. An  intense, electric solo by drummer Blaine Wikjord  evoked almost tribal images.  Fairy Tales, another original Fraser composition,  had Ryga's clarinet sobbing in the night, while Taggart's sax mourned, and Fraser's piano cried tear  drops of sound.  Newcomer bassist Ken Lister teased the strings of  the soul in this haunting arrangement.  The Hugh Fraser quintet returns to the Festival of Written Arts Pavilion.  file photo  Countryside Concert series for new season  The schedule of performers has been confirmed for the 11 th annual Series of Countryside Concerts to be presented by the Sunshine Coasl Arts Council. There will be five  concerts ranging widely in taste and colour  given by musicians with international reputations.  The series opens on Sunday Oct. 23 with  a performance by Quartetto Gelato. This  quartet's members all play more than one  instrument in perfomance including.violin,  mandolin, oboe, cor Anglais, viola, accordion, cello and guitar. One member, Peter De  Sotto, also sings tenor. The repertoire  includes classical, gypsy, romantic and tradi  tional selections.  On Sunday Nov. 20, pianist Angela  Hewitt continues the series with a perfomance of the Goldberg Variations by J.S.  Bach and works by Handel, Beethoven and  Liszt.  It has often been said, and in many different ways, that great artists are not so much  ahead of their time as they are the only ones  living truly in Ihe presenl. It is the rest of  society that lags behind.  The years before 1914 saw a tremendous  upheaval and innovation in the arts in Europe  to an extent that was unprecedented. The  First World War began rather suddenly ��� or  so it seemed. Yet in the art preceding this  terrible watershed of our century, there  seems to have been a clear premonition of  the coming cataclysm.  In a program prepared by pianist Bruce  Vogt called "Avant le Deluge", a dramatic  evocation of the Zeitgeist of this time is  given, using contemporary piano music as its  core together with readings of poems and letters by poets, painters and composers,  accompanied by slides of paintings of the  period.  This program will be presented on Sunday, Feb. 5, 1995 by Bruce Vogt at the piano  assisted by two actors.  Wilderness mural premiered in Kitsilano  the Nalural Spirit of British  Columbia was unveiled in Kitsi-  1 lanoJune 16.  Painted by artist Lone Tratt  and produced by HOd, aka: Scott  Avery of Roberts Creek, the  richly-textured mural on the  west wall of Choices natural  food market is 1,000 square feet  and look Tratt eight weeks to  paint.  The fifth Had production in  Greater Vancouver, Natural  Spirit details Trait's "compassionate, mystical view of the  soul of our BC wilderness spirit," Hod said.  Tratt created the giant mural  "in the rain, beneath tarps and  covered in sun block on blazing  Sunday afternoons."  A mural opening ceremony  was held at the location of the  mural on Ihe evening of June  16 featuring flutist Karen  Graves and acoustic guitarist  Budge Schachte.  Hod and Tratt have worked  .together in the past and are;  , ^especially known on the Coast  for the foresl mural banners they  painted together for the 1992  Clayoquot fund raiser at the  Commodore   Ballroom   on  Granville Street in Vancouver,  these banners have, also been  displayed at special events at  Roberts Creek Hall and other  Coast halls.  Hod said the main reason for  liuy.,,', i  ihe murals, which he' rounds up  funding for and artists to create   ,  them, "is to get people thinking."  He would also like to create a  mural somewhere on the Coast.  w**  O js#i*  i     I  (-p MP��wk.  <D rCXr  *^**J     * f \^UN / 1        tt tL  UVU. tVyfe  lv-    <^\_m_  ^l&_\___*z_4m  B&Z---:  \k.t   ''p^^k  K^> -  !**��� ^a  _eS_^  rfo���-���'   ^-3*  '���te^--  la;*' - i*m  mfcs.:  t&er '-r^j-Sm'  __&?''. *���  _%*&��&_%  Sjfe��':  WmBeti'r-  %>  Every Thursday in  Coast News Weekender  Arts & Entertainment  Section  Local TV Listings  (for Gibsons, Sechelt & Pender Harbour)  TV Movie Listings  Weekend Calendar  Channel Eleven Listings  COUCll SpUd by Chester Field  Westcoasl Cuisine  (Sunshine Coast Dining Guide)  ���<������-  3'  ��  'U<  ni  oO  rf<  ,u(l  llfl  :.'  Artist Lone Tratt with Had, aka: Scott Avery.  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"ii i i      -' ���'  -'*-.-  ���'��� ���-���������   ������������:������ a. - -^  ��� '��� 'I- .-si   e   ���   .   .    ,  - .   .  .- - J/       jUIIL    *-\J,      |   J-J-S  Creek disc  golfer wins  bigot  Japan Open  by Ian Cobb  "He's eyeing his shot with care folks," the  golf commentator whispers.  "The 16th hole is a par four and only a few  golfers can make Ihe throw. Olen Whillock of  Roberls Creek, B.C., a fourth place finalist in  last year's World Championships al Port  Arthur, Texas, is one such golfer..."  A moment of silence falls over the air and a  slight breeze buffets the camera mics.  "Oh, it's a beauliful fling!" the commentator suddenly shouts as Whitlock lets his flying  disc go.  That's right ��� we're talking disc golf ��� a  game growing so quickly that world tournaments are being staged and Creek-resident  Olen Whitlock is making a name for himself.  Whiilock recently won the Japan Open Disc  Golf tourney, establishing himself as one of  the contenders in the sport.  Unavailable for comment at press time  because he was in Vancouver practicing for a  June 18-19 tourney at Queen Elizabeth Park,  Whitlock's better half, Sue, said the sport  should not be called Frisbee golf because Fris-  bee is a tradename and many disc golfers use  other brands of flying discs.  The sport is big enough lhat the couple  toured all through the U.S. and Canada last  year during Ihe February to November season.  Whitlock plays in the masters (over 35)  division and won $1,700 U.S. for his efforts in  Tokyo, considered to be the biggest tournament in the world other lhan the world championships.  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  Competitive Prices  886-7033  n  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  % Jistrirf of ����tl;tli  and the INTERAC CLUB of Sechelt  present:  Canada Day Parade  DIVISION         fOFTEAMS  GAME NIGHT  FIELD  MIDGET                 3  Mon, Wed, Sat  Bros 3  MIDGET STANDINGS:  Team                 Wins  Ties  Loses  Points  Home Hardware        9  0  7  18  TOMA                   9  0  0  18  Howe Sound Pharm.    7  0  9  14  Local tourament playoffs begin Wednesday, June 22.  BANTAM1,'"'.'   .      4  ;   Sun.Tue,  Bros 3  Thur, Fri  Bros 3  BANTAM STANDINGS:  Team                  Wins  Ties  Loses  Points  RC Legion             12  2  4  26  Dales Auto Clinic       9  1  6  19  Gibsons Lions          6  1  9  13  Coastal Roads         4  2  12  10  Local tournament playoffs began Friday, June 17.  DIVISION        fOFTEAMS  GAME NIGHT  FIELD  PEEWEE                7  Mon  Gil 2  Tues  3ros 2; Gil 2  Fri  Bros 1,2; Gil 2  FINAL STANDINGS:  Team i              Wins  Ties  Loses  Points  Patra                    8  1  3  17  SunnyCrest            6  1  5  13  Firefighters              6  1  5  13  Coastal Tires           6  0  S  12  Pharmasave            5  0  7  10  Dutch Pannekoek      4  2  6  10  Gibsons                 4  2  6  9  Playoffs began June 6.  Bob Rinke of Pitt Meadows lines up another clay pigeon in the handicap event at the  Peninsula Rod and Gun Club trap shoot The club hopes to use the money to move their  shooting range further afield than its present location beside the Chapman Creek  Hatchery. Joel Johnstone photo  Strait marathoners  gearing up for crossing  Marathoners have started  signing up for this year's Georgia Strait Marathon.  Last year the weather prevented many participants from \  crossing the Strait. This year '  organizers have moved the  marathon to Rathtrevor Beach,  Parksville;.' * Jf���1''  Instead of crossing the Strait,  marathoners can choose one of  two routes.  They can head out to the  southern lip of Lasqueti Island  and return to Rathtrevor for a  trip of 16 miles or paddle down  the Nanoose peninsula and  return ��� a total of 10 miles.  This route will also serve is an  alternative in case of bad weath  er. Plans for the marathon event  are shaping up. Marathoners  will camp-out at Rathtrevor  Beach for the weekend, Aug.  1*21. t %  'The three-day event will  include.a salmon barbecue, Ce|- .,  ' ebrate the Strait dance at Island  "fS.llres^a-'Wil^verarinle'rprt;'   'live workshops throughout the  .weekend.'.  '  Hurry and register by Aug. 5  as registration is limited to 200  participants.  Escort boats and volunteers  are also needed. Call Eleanor  Taylor, Marathon Coordinator at  Save Georgia Strait Alliance,  (604) 753-3459 or FAX 753-  2567.  Regte*fr  tfovrt  Theme:  THE  INTERNATIONAL  FAMILY  Wc have ��� variety of  cultttn on the Sunshine  ten out and show your  colours  Our parade is a fun event  Vou are not restricted to  the theme.  Friday  July 1st, 1994  Marshalling�� 10 am  on Wharf Street  Award Categories:  Best Overall  Marching Groups  Floats: Commercial, Ethnic,  Political/Community,  Children's Entries  Vehicles: Antiques  Best Dressed for Theme in Audience  ��� -<Gawp,cri Individual) -,i -..,>  'u fietpSrtiftpBtton, mail registration to:-  1   NORtffiAIR   "^ '  RR#1 Draper C88  Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  885-6466 (phone)  885-8944 (fax)  lSM  ^ Reach Your  Audience in  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  ��� People who are looking for great deals  turn to COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  ��� People who are looking for new wheels  turn to COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  ��� People who are looking for moris space  turn to COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  ��� People who have no time to waste  turn to COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  ��� People who are looking for a new pet  turn to COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  ��� People who are looking for an office to rent  turn to COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS  SHOULDN'T YOU?  To place a CLASSIFIED ad call  885-3930 or 886-2622  COAST^NEWS  Notice Board  Oafolag eveati owl be .fits** austkly  We res��ve the right lo edit submission) for brevity  All submissions should refer lo non-profit events  of genuine communily interest  Hems will be listed three weeks prior to Ihe event.  744** **"  M  The Sunshine  Coast News  MONDAY, JUNI20  Olbuni Set Covelcede Committee:  nexl meeting will bt held in thi Maine  Room (below Olbeons Public Library),  7:30 pm Into: Peggy Smell. 888.4956  Ctntdien Cancer Society, S.C. Unit  luncheon meeting, noon. Pebbles  Resteurent, Sechell.  E.C.E.B.C. meeling, 7 pm, Teddy Bear  Deycare, Davis Bay.  Canadian Cyetle Flbroeie Foundation  Sunehlne Coast chapter ��� Appreciation  Evening tor sponsors of Reg * Lynne  Dickson's Walk in the Wind and lor Walk-  s-runathon sponsors and participants. 6  pm at the new Keepers Restaurant (next  to Llghthouae Pub). Hot 4 cold hors  d'ouevres, no host bar Entertainment by  Reg 4 Lynne Dickson $10. Reserve  tickets early Oy calling Elva Dinn. 805-  2301; Illana Holloway. 8(6-3651.  Linnadine's Shoes. 686 2624  TUMOAY.JUNE21  t.C. Recycling and Processing  Society Annual General Meeting. SCRD  poardroom. 5477 Whart St. Sechell All  members sre urged lo attend Keynote  Speaker Renie D Aquila, Esecutive  Director, Recycling Council of B C Topic:  Non-Prottt Societies Working mm Private  Enterprise Cendidates. Ed Lends,  Susanne Chernofl. Gen Leslie. Steve  Henry. Martin Fiynn, Val Verrall.  WEDNESDAY, JUNE 22  Monde of Hie Sechelt Public Ubrery  meeling. 730 pm at lha library  FRIDAY, JUNE 24  Multiple Scleroaie Support Oroup  meeting, 10 am, Coast-Qaribaldi Health  Unit. Sechell.  SATURDAY, JUNE 25  March for Jeeue. 2 pm, starling (rom  Calvary Baptist Church Inlo: 8867736 or  8888473  S.C. Women a Reeource Society myites  you to explore the issues around Ihe  NEW REPRODUCTIVE TECHNOLOGIES See the film Making Babies and  hear trom the Vancouver Coalition on  New Reproductive Technologies at  Rockwood Lodge, 1-4 pm Into 886  8847  Order of the Eootern Sler Strawberry  Tea. 2-4 pm Door prizes, rattles  SPCA Display, Sunnycrest Mall.  SUNDAY, JUNE 28  Aero Club is hosting a garage sale 1  pancake breakfast, 9 am-1 pm, at the  airport, Field Rd. Table rentals IS. Into:  865-6433  FRIDAY, JULY 1  PIMM Exhibition: ��� am-4 pm, Gumboot  Cat* Roberta Creak. Elphinstone  photography program year-end  exhibition. Spealtless Altitudes. This H a  fundraising event. Ail donations will be  " gratefully appreciated Rattle lor one  1x10 photograph will be held - tickets on  sale at the Gumboot Cafe  Canada Day In Olbeone: Set up your  crafts for display at the Canada Day  Festival in Gibsons. For Inlormation and  applications and applications, call Dede  Anderson at 8854682 Kldst Decorete  your bikes, wagons and pels tor Canada  Day ��� ludglng at 0:30 am at Holland Park,  parade at 10 am to Dougal Park  ,JULY 11  S.C. Breastfeeding Support Oroup  informal meeting ��� open discussion 10  am. All moms a babies welcome. Info:  Laurie. 886-7000 or Roxanne. 886-3230  SATURDAY 4 SUNDAY, JULY 23 4 24  Sunehlne Coeet Equeetrlan Club's  Summer Horse Show: Saturday- Cattle  Penning 4 Gymkhana; Sunday- Jumping.  Concession on site Everyone welcome.  Joan 886-3059.  SATURDAY, JULY 23  SPCA Dlepley. Trail Bay Mall.  MISCELLANEOUS  Exhibition by Vivian Chamberlin  (watercolours) and Ross Buchanan  (pottery), through July 6. Hunter Gallery.  Qibsons  Parent-Tot Summer Fun '94 will again  be offered during July 4 August. There  wUI be 6 morning adventures al different  locations, leaturing different activities  Irom dress-up to rock & roll. Programs  offered Tuesdays or Wednesdays, 10  am-noon. Registration limited to 30  children on each ot the two days. Into 4  registration forms al Gibsons & Sechelt  Public Libraries and from Community  Services, 5638 Inlet Ave , Sechell  Further info from Community Services.  885*5881 or trom Program Coordinator  Wendy Harlord. 8854659. Program  jointb sponsored by Community Services  4 S.C. Recreation Commission.  Men'e Saeebell League: recruiting  players 18 4 over for July, Augusi I  September. If interested, cell 885-3281.  Video Sanaa: Ul. on the Edge:  Preparing lor the Challenge, of  AduWmxffeoturlng Dr Jamas Dooson,  Chrietlan Life Assembly, 730 School Rd.,  Olbaona. Sunday nights: July S,10,17 4  24,7 pm Into: 886-7107.  CMM Health CUnlee: (Qlbaona) June it  4 29 with an extra CHC June 20.  (Sechelt) June 22 4 29. (Pender  Harbour) June 23 4 N.  Tuberculin Skin Tooting 4 Travellere'  Clinic: (Gibsons Heallh Unit) June 20 4  27 with Trsvellers' CHnto only on June 23  4 30 (Sechelt Health Unit) June 20 4 27  with Trsvellers' Clinic only on June 22 4  29.  Prenelel Clesaee: Gibsons Health Unit  Early Class June 21. Lata Class Series  July 8, 12 4 19 with a breastfeeding  follow-up July 26. (Sechelt Heallh Unit)  Early Class July 26, Late Clan June 14,  21 4 July 5 Next Postnatal Class ��� June  26 (Sechelt) All above Prenatal Classes  sre from 7 to 9 pm. Please register early  as classes till up quickly. To register:  (Gibsons) 886-5600. (Sechell) 885-5164.  Elphlnetone Pioneer Mueeum. 716  Winn Rd., across from Post Olfice.  Qibsons A wide variety ot displays  profiling native, pioneering, marine and  mineral artifacts of the Coast.. Open 7  deys e week, Mondays 4 Tuesdays, 1- 5  pm and Wednesday through Sunday, 9-  5:30 pm Admission by donation. Call  886-8232 for more info.  Perent-Tot Drop-In: tor parents with children up to 5.9:30-11:30 am at the following locations: Gibsons United Church Hall  (Mon., Tues. Wed., Fri.): Sechelt St.  Hilda's Church Hall (Tues): Wilson Creek  Community Hall (Thurs). Info:  Community Services, 865-5861  Sexuelly Tranemltted Dleeeee Clinic:  (HIV Information, counselling and testing) Phone lor appointment In Gibsons  886-5600, Sechelt 885-5164  Single 4 Pregnant? Call the Health Unit  - 886-5600  Prenelel Hoepltel Tour: phone St.  Mary's Hospilal switchboard to arrange  tor lour. 885-2224. Prenatal only  Parent 4 Baby Drop-In gives parents an  opportunity to meet other parents and  discuss common concerns The group  gathers every Tuesday from 1:15 to 3:30  pm at 494 S Fletcher, Qibsons and In  Sechelt at 5671 Inlet on Wednesdays  from 1 -3:30 pm.  School Entry Booster amies: A booster does of diphtheria, tetanus end pertus-  ala ia important for children entering  achool. Qlbaona clinics ��� 866-5600;  Sechelt clinics-885-5164  MONDAYS  Sunahine Coaat Spinners 4 Weavers  Guild meets 1st Monday ol each month.  Sept. through June, St. John's United  Church, Davis Bay. For more Info: Lynn  Pakulak. 885.7355.  Recovery, Inc. oilers a self-help method  to overcome the negative feelings that  come from fear, anger, depression snd  constant anxiety. 7-9 pm, the Wellness  Centre, Olbeons Into: 886-8028.       26  TUESDAYS  "Living With Cencer" Support Group  meets every other Tuesday, Kirkland  Centre, Davis Bay. 1 pm. Info 865-5861  or 886-8369  WEDNESDAYS  Poatpartum Dapreeelon Support  Oroup - Gibsons Health Unit. 1 -2:30 pm  THURSDAYS  IC'e Weight Loee Support Oroup  meets afternoons 10:30- 12:30pm, call  666-2692, and evenings 6 30-8 00pm,  cell 886-7159, at the United Church,  Glassford fld. Gibsons.  Birth Control Clinic, Coast-Garibaldi  Health Unit, 494 S. Fletcher, 7-9 pm.  Confidential service - everyone welcome  No appointment needed. Info: 885-7770.  TOPS: men, women 4 teens - If you are  looking for an Inexpensive weight loss  support group, there is a TOPS chapter  in Gibsons. Into: Norma. 886-7756. 26  FRIDAYS  Breeet Self-Exem Clinic: First Friday ot  each month, 7:30-9 pm, Gibsons Health  Unit.  United Church Thrift Shop, 13 pm.  church basement, lane oil Trueman  Road. BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES  Your complete septic system service  Tank Pumpins  Field Flushing  Portable Toilet Rentals  Environmental Cleanup  Water Hauling  High Pressure Wash  Commercial ��� Residential ��� Industrial  Serving the entire Sunshine Coast  �� _..   Mi  \\  \  news  Health council meets with Pender residents  by Roxanne Gregory  The Sunshine Coast Community Health Council steering  committee met with 60 Pender  Harbour residents at the Madeira  Park community hall Wednesday  nighl.  Sponsored by the Pender Harbour Health Care society, members of the steering committee  were on hand to outline the work  the committee has accomplished  during the past 10 months. A  visioning exercise gave residents  the opportunity to talk about  what they would like to see in  health care in the future.  Angry residents questioned  the need to restructure the health  care system. One resident  denounced the process as  undemocratic.  Call any time  886-7064  Cell 885-8101  If you're not using it...  why not sell it in the  Coast News Classifieds?  All Natural Products  & Baked Goods  while-u-wait sandwiches  naturally sweetened yogurt  cones & shakes  VARIETY  Deli &  Heallh  FOODS  886-2936  "I fought for this freedom for  this county SO years ago, and  that's nol what we have today.  You're destroying a system  that's working."  Committee chair Shawn Cardinal said, "There is no more  money, and there won't be new  money for health care. We have  to reform the system."  Pender Harbour's resident  physician Dr. Terry Amiel questioned committee members and  New Directions policy coordinator Linda Gee.  Amiel is also the liaison  physician for the Regional Information Network of the BC Medical Association.  "I have strong reservations  about this process," he said.  "And residents and physicians in  Powell River and Squamish are  expressing ihe same fears and  ntotoogfe  i t ��� i  neon  1 natS not enoughforyou?  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Regionalization in  health care is a strategy being  employed across the country by  politicians of all persuasions.  "It's like the provincial ministers of health got together and  have decided to abrogate their  fiscal responsibility by downloading to Ihe municipal level,  while still maintaining core decision making process. We're  going to have regional health  boards and community health  councils, but Victoria will still  hold the purse strings, and when  the decision to cut health care  costs comes, it won't be a nameless bureaucrat in Victoria doing  it It's going to be your next door  neighbour."  Amiel was critical of the  steering committee for not examining other models of regionalization.  According lo Amiel, in anticipation of regionalized funding,  Vancouver hospital (VGH) has  announced a policy no longer  accepting patients for elective  surgeries from outside the Lower  Mainland. Another local physician was refused referrals to  UBC's psychiatric facility based  solely on geography.  "Regionalization is only  going to make referrals outside  this area more difficult, if not  impossible. Look at the Sunahine  Coast, in the summer the population doubles with tourists and  transients. Are we going to be  funded for their medical needs?"  Gee assured him that referral  patterns were being considered in  the funding formulas for each  region.  Some members of the crowd  were concerned that the government is excluding necessary  expertise by refusing to allow  health care professionals a seat  on either the RHB or the CHC.  "I don't want to see discrimination by profession," said Jerry  Houle. "With 70 community  health councils being administered by 21 health care boards,  and each steering committee  developing it's own structure,  there" is going to be variability  between services offered from  one community to the next. Core  services are guaranteed across  the province," said Gee.  She acknowledged that rural  communities with a small special  needs population may have difficulty providing services for those  populations. She was hopeful  that a mechanism could be put in  place to ensure Ihose services.  Core services will be announced next month.  Chatelech  Interact  Club  active and  doing well  The Chatelech Interact Club  has been very active over the  past two months.'  The club, which is an expansion of Rotary for students ages  14-18, is based around youth  involvement in the community  through volunteer activities.  Recently, Tanya Hall, Tuula  Kaltio, Yvonne Alexander, Liu  Hicks, Oscar Vega and Mathew  Wilson of the club attended the  expansion workshops for both  Rockwood and Block 7 to  ensure young peoples opinions  are included in new developments on ihe Coast.  At the beginning of this year  the Sechell Qub encouraged the  start up of an Interact Club in  Powell River ai Max Cameron  secondary. The new club has  gotten off to a slow but successful start snd the Sechelt Club  joined ihem for their inauguration dinner on Wednesday, June  1, making them an official Interact Club.  During Sechelt's Celebration  day events at Hackett Park, the  Interact Qub undertook the tuk  of providing food and beverages  to bolh children and adults who  enjoyed the Am Tilled afternoon.  WitiAe schodl year com���  to a dose the Chatelech Interact'  Club wraps up the year's events  and says goodbye to many of the  senior club fnembefs Who will  be graduating this June.  ____________  __________^-,  ��� ������ ��� ..  ��� . i la.i.f z>  "..-.'.  - ^. L-�� * ' - ;_ i_j   ���     ..'.'.���    .   . feature  Coast News, June 20, 1994  15  Students on the bridge with  teacher Dave Petrescu, are  Brian Kirk, Chris Silvey,  Louis Nichols, Travis  Cummings, Karl Nickols,  Mike Gaudet, Chris  Schroeder, and Chad  Bradcoe.  Roxanne Gregory photo  GIBSONS  CHRISTIAN BOOKS  2A-747 NORTH RD.,  GIBSONS  Store Hours:  Mon.-Sat. 11-5  Fri. 11-7 Ph: 886-4748  MARCH FOR TESUS  Saturday June 25,2pm  starting from  Calvary Baptist Church  Join together with Christians  across Canada to cult-  Further info at store or  call 886-7736 or 886-8473  Building community bridges  The siin broke Ihrough showers Saturday, as eight Pender  Harbour senior secondary students and their teacher, gathered  with reptkjsenlatives of indusiry,  and Ihe Pender Harbour-ligmont  Lions for the opening ceremonies  al the communily bridges project  in Lion's Park.  Five Grade 12 students, and  Ihree Grade 11 students spent  more than 500 hours in constructing the beautiful, arched,  cedar bridges spanning creeks in  the park. The two bridges were  installed'by students earlier this  month, and are the first of five  bridges slated for construction.  Interior's Mike Bell was on  hand for the opening and said,  "Building bridges is a wonderful  opportunity for kids, industry and  service organizations to come  together and do something meaningful tor ihe community.  "These kids will be able to  bring their children and maybe  even their grandchildren to this  park and walk across these  bridges?'  Interior is a major contributor  lo the project, and has donated all  of the wood. The longest of the  bridges is 28 feet with a 47 foot  um^MsmB wesfeftww  ceaW/triW'WIJ'etfpi.'crttf'IO'ltisf'"  iVffM^1" '������>�����'���<���"���  For Grade 12 student Chad  Bradcoe, the best part of the project was the installation. "We  pre-asserrtbled some of the pieces  inside Ihe shop, but it wasn't  very imjifesSive. It really came  together for me afler *e installed  il. It wasn't just bits and pieces  anymore, it was something real."  Chris Schroeder agreed, "You  don'l feel like you did any work  until it's all put together."  Community spirit was a tangible reality for these studenls. "ll  makes you feel like you really  did something for the communily," said Louis Nichols. All the  membeis of the bridge building  team agreed.  The boys had high praise for  industrial arts teacher Dave ���'  Petrescu. According to Chris Silvey, "Dave did an excellent job.  He really coached us all the way. .  We really learned a lot, it was a -  big project."  Petrescu learned a lot from the  experience loo." This was a real  team effort. It was an ideal pro  ject," he said. "Everybody's  proud of this. It brought together  business, companies, community  services, and the school. We're  building bridges into Ihe community.  "It's really symbolic."  Petrescu had help from Howe  Sound Pulp and Paper who  donated the safely equipment,  and safely advisors. Ray Hansen  trucking, donated gravel, and  transportation, while AC Building Supplies provided hardware,  and Roosendal Farms provided  Ihe steal anchors.  Swanson's Ready-Mix and  LEAGUES OF  THEIR OWN.  Dave Charlton, Director of Golf al  Ihe Sechelt Goll <t Country Club, is  f>leased to announce the start ol  eague play for any interested  women, men or junior golfers. You  don't have lo be a member to meet  sortie great new people and join in  the fun at our friendly new course  in Sechelt. Why not give it a shot?  885-4653  Eveiy iliiy public play  Earl's Cove Barge service were  also sponsors for the project.  Lion's President Anne Ken-  muir, was enthusiastic. "We are  thrilled with the support we've  had for this project, and the  bridges are just beautiful.  "Now the trails accessed by  these bridges will be wheel chair  accessible. We couldn't have  done it without our sponsors, the  building committee, Ken  Richardson, Frank Roosen,  Siegfried Koch, and of course  the students."  Construction will begin on the  remaining three bridges this fall.  B.C.Hydro is experiencing  a labour disruption.  While we're working to resolve the current labour dispute,  B.C.Hydro will maintain essential services. However,  there may be delays in repair and establishing new service.  We are sorry for any inconvenience that this dispute  may cause and we will endeavor to minimize any disruption in service.  BG hydro  Bfetrttt of &etbett  P.O.Bo��ta,5545Hll��v��M,S��<trtt,BC.WI3M _*_t____\ ___Bm  NOTICE OF  PUBLIC HEARING  TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the District of  Sechelt has received applications to amend Zoning  Bylaw 25, 1987, by rezoning the properties  described below:  Subject 1: Zoning Amendment Bvlaw No 25-73.  1994  Block 16, District Lot 1331 NWD, Plan 6223  located on Barnacle Street and identified on the  map attached as 'Schedule A' to Bylaw No. 25-73,  1994 is proposed for rezoning from Residential 1  (R-1) (min. lot size - 500 m* With sewer) to  Residential 4 (R-4) (min. lot size -1,000 m2) which  will provide for condominium development.  Sublect 3: Zoning Amendment Bvliw No. 25-78.  1994  Lot 18, Block 2, District Lot 4299 NWD, Plan 19750  located on Emerson Road and identified on the  map attached as 'Schedule A' to Bylaw No. 25-76,  1994 is proposed for rezoning from Rural 1 (RR-1)  (min. lot size - +/-6,700m��) to Residential 1 (R-1)  (min. lot size ��� 500m' with sewer) which will provide  development and subdivision potential.  .'331  tlfflMUH  18000 SOH  pun    an  ,___  __________________________%  1994  Lot 26, District Lot 1473 NWD, Plan 3659 located  on Highmoor Road and identified on the map  attached as 'Schedule A' to Bylaw No. 25-79,1994  is proposed for rezoning from Rural 1 (RR-1) (min.  lot size - +/-6,700m') to Residential 3 (R-3) (min. lot  size - 900m^ which wW provide development and  subdivision potential. <-  r ...  PUN  P��BI.  204 JO  ___  asma or statit  Nr*ri, rltm I    ��-���  unwrai  niiuki  M  u  ���1  M  tLO HA  tf  10  mn eel m. *  ���4HUO0* ROM)  It  17  urn  ��  II  a  Jl  Sublect 2: Zoning Amendment Bvlaw No. 25-74.  1994  Part of Lot H, District Lot 1331 NWD, Plan 18108  located on Cowrie Street and identified on the map  attached as Schedule A' to bylaw No. 25-74,1994  is proposed for rezoning from Residential 1 (R-1)  (min. lot size ��� 500m2 with sewer) to Residential 4  (R-4) (min. lot size - 1,000m') which will provide for  condominium development.  Sublect 4: Zoning Amendment Bvliw No. 25-77.  1994  Blocks 16 and 17, District Lot 1471 NWD, Plan  3660 and District Lot 1647 NWD< except Plan  4567 located on Reef Road and identified on the  map attached as 'Schedule A' to Bylaw No. 25-77,  1994 is proposed tor rezoning from Rural 1 (RR-1)  (min. lot size - +/-6,700m��) to Residential 1 (R-1)  (min. lot size - 500m* with sewer) which will provide  development and subdivision potential.  1.133!  A-  l!  1  TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that a Public Hearing for  the purpose of hearing all persons who believe  their interest in property is affected by the proposed  bylaw is scheduled as follows:  Date:   Tuesday July 5th, 1994  Time:   7 pm  Place: Sr. Citizen's Assoc, of BC Hall  5604 Trail Avenue, Sechelt, BC  Written submissions regarding the proposed bylaw  will also be received and may be presented at the  Public Hearing or received at the District of Sechelt  Municipal Hall, 5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt, BC,  VON 3A0, (facsimile number - 885-7591) forty-eight  (48) hours prior to the hearing. No further  information or representations can be considered  by Council after the Public Hearing is terminated.  The above is a brief summary and Intent of the  bylaw and not an Interpretation. The full text of the  bylaw may be inspected at the District of Sechelt  Municipal Hall, during regular office hours, Monday  through Friday, excepting holidays, 8 am to 5 pm.  Telephone enquiries should be directed to the  Planning Department of the District of Sechelt at  885-1986.  Michael P. Vaughan  Municipal Clerk  on behalf of the District of Sechelt  .    ' Coast News, June 20, 1994  Industrial     AUTOMOTIVE       Marine  ���  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd.  1061 Hwy. 101, Cibsons, B.C. 886-8101,  Mon-Fri. 6-6 S.ll 8-6. Sun. 10-V   SECHELT RADIATORS���  BSB_ Complete Cooling System Sen'ire Centre  ^���**\****\  i i'i i  i i i *.  f i  i  i i i i i i  i  i  Vi, Krf.iii &-K>-|,birl(.i,h, Ileal. I Com, ��-Cal lailkl  AUTOS TRUCKS TltACIORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE |  .   _        New. Ulcda Rrlmlli ��� It, I up ti Delivery  4.119 S.C. H��nr.  _Across I'roui Sumtiinc GM  'S. MADILL CONTRACTING'  All types ol concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate finishing.  Quality Concrete Work        Coloured ft stamped  HHHIT Concrete. 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ELECTRICIAN  NO. 17933  CLARRrS EXCAVATING  OWNER: GARRY MUNDELL  ��� t*ts*a���i Dump ��� Sanrf 4 OimI  4S0MnDMi<w/HM  S^UcMdaaranki   SOX 1S,<MetONS|  886-7099  _______  ��� EFFICIENT  ��� REUABLE  PROHSSIONAL"     'FREE ESTIMATES  CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING  PHONE 885-4258  ENGINEERING  FORESTRY  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ��� KITCHENS i BATHROOMS ���  BB6-9411  Cellular   250-3376  A �� T ENTERPRISES:  Senlng Tn. Coaat Sine IMS  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  t. wow. aox rat, oissons, a.c. <m ive  Sunshine Coait Engineering  EnoinMriito and Dttijn for  * HhMMmM Dtvttopnwif  * CUSIOIII MHOtflNol ON COM  ��� Structural ��� fab ��� Marine  Gibioni, BC von ivo       goo-4743 J  U2 BROTHERS CONSTRUCTION!  EXCAVATING  ���������������'���������������I ��� Cwar Fencing  FKiESTtMAtlSi   BOBCATSBMCKAVMA1U  885-0942 CAREY..... RICHARD J  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  _    The Coast News    j  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  Reo Contracting  DRYWALL, VINYL & CEDAR SIDING  Free Estimates ��� Robert (Bob) Osbom  R.R. 2, S-9, C-17 Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0   Ph: 886-9531  SEAWAY CONSTRUCTION  Complete Backhoe  Service  Call Bruce 885-0621  CENTURY ROCK  DOCK Mill       FACMCS         _������  mhos puunos    885-5910  SAVI ON ���UttDINO COST!  with PROFESSIONAL CONTRACTING  Building quality residential homes since 1957  call Harry Swanson M.C. lor FREE consultation  885-6281 or 1-733-0725 (collect)  W.D. EXCAVATING  Itorremya.l   ___  m  e\\������*Mt\*^  A*a\   I AAaaammaJ af*������\a*���aaaaMe  �� aB\aaaaaaaaaa\a**aa������smJa*  9 mWwVKw * una \j9mwwtg m iwv^npn^  Smtd & Gravel * fm BsHmaMs  MAm 886-9764 ��� 01220*1526  -*��<*  f   v*55��r 886-0057A  Fastrac backhoe ft  TRUCKING SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ���DRAINAGE DITCHES  ���EXCAVATIONS ^......   .*.  ��� WATER LINES *    *  ��� clearing      STEVE JONES   886-8269  FAX: 159 MM  KASCOT  Mall Sylta*  ��S^ Located in Secret Cove  S85-7SS8  MS    *��������>*�� /"OK11  buccaneer im&g  Marina & Resort Ltd.  Quality & Service  ��� Renovation*   ��� Additions    ��� Siding  ��� Deck* tt Fence*   ��� Oarage*  Small Projects to Custom Homes  885-3205 R.-ilnh N  CONCRETE SERVICES  -mmmmijfigfo  S-AMatbiescnLtd.  A^aaettnCtmtrmlt-  Stucco & Masonry ��� Tar - Gravel Roofs  883-2343  ft  ENCO  CONCRETE  senv/Nf; n in st ssi iine co/vsr  Rrdi-MIx Contrrtc ��� Snrid & Gravel  Curbs A Utters ��� Septic Tanks  886-8174       Fax 886-8113       Me_,ia���  00��-��"*      Box .114 (libs* ms     88S-7180  von 1 vo Sechelt  Gibsons  HEATING  DENNIS MULLIGAN  Plumbing & Heating Ltd.  24 Hr. i Emergency Service  Bus:886-8572 Home:88S-7085 Fax:884-5392  ^  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  TktlmMM  CMrt't Ewtamto  Furvems:  THE Mil  WRUDE  mEvinnuDE  COTTRELL'Sl  rviaiMNi   SERVICI L  886-3005  y  885-3449  886-8053  Land Charing  Demolition  ma**a~**M WniwTW ���  .  ��*�� fonlopm.nl "Thffi  ^R&P EXCA'  tree osh motet  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DMIU ��� NATURAL 6AS INSTALLATIONS  call NOW 118-71II  Showroom: l___g_n_ ltd. Clbiom        j  ���^        ���^ run iiu ��m"��i m stM\r\.t.,ma^mW  Swanson's   iReedy-MIx Ltd.  ,��� Mprieh _...��� Accounn ���..���    FAX    ���  L55.5-9666 JI    8B5-5333   11   885-22^6   |  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Glbsoas ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Dox 172, M17 Burnet Rd., Sechelt, R.C.V0N 3*0  Azimuth Exciting  ��� Land Clearing & Development  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  We otter a hill ttna ot  Service* with our  HITACHI EXCAVATOR  Our Customer Service Is  prompt with prolessional  work at competitive rates  V Ken Birkin ��� 888-7487 ��� Coll 885-8177   J  Excavatlngtf%L  MECHANICAL SERVICES  %. SUNSHINE CLEAR  Pumpi Ir Water Treatment  ��� ServtMMCetnm��l*ltesMantlal  Puna and W1N1 TlMtuimi Needs  Call 883-9793 or 886-0614  H_  ENTERPRISES  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  MOBILE WELDING ANO FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS   STEEL ��� STAINLESS I ALUMINUM      mm m hmiit, mumm am coamuc ram muttm  ONTM tUMMMCOUT  HOWARD LANO            ,..,,,. Oft  insmion ���.cm, 886-3231 ___*J  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  mtm  QUAUTY RENOVATIONS CABINETS  INTERIOR FINISH  Bob ScoUt 885-9285  Gunnar Christiansen  cell 1-657.0064 SSC7RR1  Gibsons, BC VON 1V0  *       HDL  C7RR1    JH9  Thank You >  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell Ihem  you Tound them in  The Coast News    j  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  __________________ Coast News, June 20, 1994  17  Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Run your- classified ad 6 times  and pay for- only 2 times!   *wr  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  FRIDAY AT NOON  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Property  Two 16II. hexagonal ollice build.  fnga. Can be sold separately 01  together. Must be moved. $20,000  lor both. John, 885-8979 oi Bill,  8864141. ��7w  Georgia Milage. Level entry end  unit. 1179,000. 886-7352 alter 6  pm.               #25c  Requite a building lot in oi near  Gibsons, serviced with access lor  under (50,000.686-3015 alter 6.  tfns  Roberts Creek, 1.0 acie, southern  exposure, partially treed, building  site cleared, peculation test  approved. Robinson Road oi  Woodley Road access. $126,000.  866-7372. ss  This is a little gem lor the discriminating buyer. 1,200 sq. It., 4 yis.,  sophisticated adult house, close to  village. Charming living room Fireplace welcomes. Sun tilled kitchen,  breakfast area opens onto s/l patio  * gardsn. 2 lull baths, master  ensuite Big studio (easily 2 bdrms  again). Sky/It, extra big windows.  Mature artistic landscaping, dog  run and kennel. Applisnces. No  agents. $174,900. Call 885-6010  to view. #27c  Pender Harbour  New 1135 sq. II. rancher 3 bdrms,  ensuite, oak cabinets, forced air  elec. lurnace, woodstove. large  deck, attached carport on to 43  acre. 1169,000, no GST 883-  9422. #27c  1.   Homes &  Property  Gibsons Oceanmount Estates, 5  bdrm., 2 yr. old home, natural gas,  3 baths, view, 2 sundecks, lully  landscaped. $299,000.886-0992  #27c  Sechell townhouse. 2 bdrm, 2 lull  baths. 2 yrs old, garage. Close to  all amenities. $115,900, 986-4657  01866-3930 #25w  Secret Cove, 2 bdrm condo. 6  appl., view. Asking $149,900. 594-  9310 ss  Great lamily home in good area  close to all shopping & schools.  Up: 3 bdrms, kit and 3/4 bath/sky-  lights, liv. tn,, large deck/southern  exposure. Down: 2 bdrm. Ml bath,  lam. room, storage 1 utilities. Vinyl  double - gl. windows. 1/4 acre  treed lot. Buy now before given to  real estate 1 save $7000.  $160,000 firm. Call 866-9963 lor  appt. to view. I26c  BY OWNER  7609 LOHN ROAD, REDROOFFS  Bright 6 spacious 3 bdrm 1350 sq.  It. low malnt. rancher * attached  dbl. garage. This home features a  sunny exposure, large windows, 3  pc. ensuite, covered deck, airtight  wood stove, skylight, tiled Iront  entry. There Is a 16 x 24 It. outbuilding for RV slorage. The fully  landscaped 1/2 acre lot includes  raised beds, garden area and fruit  trees. $229,500. For appt. to view,  call 665-3205. No agents please.  #26c  Homes &  Property  Brand new house In Hallmoon Bay  ml view on .5 acre Id, Curran Rd.  $295,000. Call 885-2105 or 885-  9084. No GST KOc  Hopkins Landing. Spectacular  180�� view of Howe Sound. 2bdrm  house, close to lerry. Fruit trees,  professionally landscaped.  $185,900,8862431 ��26c  Lol lor sale, Farnham Rd. 38 x 100  $62,500,965-0412 K6c  Industrial lot, Venture Way,  Seamount. For lease or sale.  Offers, 921 -6060 <26c  By owner - Oceanmount Estates.  Lovely 3 bdrm ��� view Irom Lions  Bay to Tsawassen and beyond.  Coffered ceilings, hw floors,  stained glass, sunroom, * large  ensuite and walkln closet off  mbdrm, linished basement ml 3 pc  bath, stone sundeck, rear pstlo,  fenced yard the list goes on. Asking $310,000. Call 886.3965 lor  appt. No agents please     K6c  Tie-cm 'pcHcutecat' SewUee. ftc  THE MORTGAGE SPECIALISTS  MORTGAGERS (BORROWERS) NEED HELP?  MORTGAGEES (LENDERS) WANT YOUR FUNDS PLACED TO  WORK THE BEST FOR YOU?  J.R (Jim) MUNRO  8864831 PAGER  686-3753 FAX  ���GIVE ME A CALL FOR EVALUATION AND QUOTES'  SUNNYCREST MALL, GIBSONS  ERROR RESPONSIBILITY^  rt��A$�� CHECK YOUR AD ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEALS  Advertiien art asked to listen carafufe as al adi placed by  telephone   are   completely   read   dock   verifying   requested  dauifcatwn, siurt date, number ''  of insertions and a copy content.  We lake extreme care to avoid typographical error i, however, in  the event of an error, we am responsible only for the first incorrect  insertion of on od. We do not assume ony responsibility for any  reason for an error in on od beyond the cost of ihe od itself.  Mport onvimtot IMMKMMRY by cdfing M6-2622  ^or M5-3930 ��� Monday to Friday 9 a*m* to 5 p.ny  on 10*  At any of our convenient  Friendly  tm People Places mi  )EADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula PLice 883-9551  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  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockside Pharmacy)  886-2622       OMyWMTI  M5-M15  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  19  Autos  23  AW'       Mm i?���$  Barter & Trade  IS  Bed and Breakfast  Births  30  2  (GREAT  Business and Home  \IDE/L  Services  35  Business Opportunities 38  V::      ���SrMM  Campers  ChlldCare  25  37  Commerdal for Rent  32  Entertainment  33  rmaaaaaWW.  For Rent  31  ____*  For Sale  21  Obituaries  Found  11  3  Free  16  Personal  6  Furniture  20  Pets & Livestock  12  Oarage Sales  17  Recreation  8  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  22  34  Storage  Thank You  38  5  Home & Property  1  Too Late to Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Lost  10  Wanted  15  Marine  25  Wanted to Rent  28  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Motorcycles  Music  28  13  Engagements  Work Wanted  8  38  SubdMdable waterfront halt acts  and new home. 1932 sq. It., dock  approved, $279,900. Call Roberts  Cieek Realty, 386-8267.     #27c  Value packed only $329,000.  Waterfront property with private  moorage. New ramp and float. 3  bdim house. Approx 8000 sq. ft.  land. Zoned OCP C-5. Unbelievable financing available. Call lor  terms. Unbelievable. Angela  Zupanec, 988-3151 KSw  View lot tor sale, Granthams Landing, setviced. 948-0713.     ��2Sc  Madeira Park lol, Merrill Cresc,  cleared, .34 acre. 8850899.   ss  Close in - Qibsons lot, Trickle-  brook Way, $79,500.1-922-3559.  ss  ^tMtti*S0Jillghl .Iramat,  almost new, extremely bright sgl.  Ivl. 1 ownei home, bordering  putting green. Features ceramic  tie entrance, gracious fcrlng vet.  Completely landscaped, lenced  back yard w/patio, cedar garden  shed, 2 bdrms, mtn closets, skylights. Rec. centie on site,  w/games im, hot tub, dry sauna,  showers and litness equipment.  Price $183,900. Possession data  Aug. 31/94 (flexible). Serious concerns only, 886-2211. For viewing:  Northwoods 110, 820 Kiwsnis  Way. KSc  COSTA MCA  2 lots left In Phase I, Esperanza  Ranch. Each lot 2.5 acres, serviced, privale community, tropical  park with hiking/riding trails, swimming. Close to shopping, beaches,  restaurants, golfing. $26,500 each.  685-5157. SS  4>*|M QAAlfclkr KMaaaM **-"*  www* s*r\\*a*a*Aja*a r*r*e*t a/anw  Gibsons -1113 Sunnyside, large  landscaped lot wHt raised bed gardens, fruit tiees, dose to school  and bus, quiet will maintained  area, 3 bdim. rancher, 1246 sq. ft.  Heavy insulation, 2x6 const., 11/2  baths, large deck. $176,500. 886-  8367 or U. mess, at 1-478-9753  f27w  Halfmoon Bay. Unique 2 level log  home, new carpets, oak kitchen,  laige rock f/p, w/RSF slove, 2  decks, ocean view, on park like 2/3  acre. Added bonus: 1 bdim w/loft  cabin, presently tented at  $400/mo. $215,000. 815-8989. SS  For sale by owner: 3 bedioom  rancher on 36 acre. 8098 Alder,  wood Road, Hallmoon Bay,  $169,900. Oon, days at 685-2201.  evenings 885-0944. ss  View. 3 bdrm on laige lot dose to  all amenities, 437 S. Fletcher.  $199,000 686 2455 K7w  1.   Homes &  Property  RARE QUALITY ACREAGE  Great Ocean View, extensively  Improved, well treed and within  walking distance to Sgts. Bay  Marine Park. This acreage is In a  growing large lot subdivision with  two driveways to access upper and  lower sections ol property at  $155,000. Lot 23 ol Leaning Tree  Subd. will not lasl long! Call Dave  946-7655 or pgr. 1-979-4042. ss  Gambier Island. For sale by owner.  Beautiful 8 acres, 2 bdrm character  house and separate studio, 1 1/4  acre ol garden area $ new  orchard, stream, 10 min. walk from  lerry. $275,000. Call 686-3214.88  ROBERTS CREEK  4 bdrm. home with hardwood and  slate floor throughout on private  .67 acre. Two car garage, workshop and potential revenue/in-law  suite. Zoned R2. $259,000. please  call 685.2253, no agents.      ss  3. Obituaries  ABBOTT: Eleanor, lormerly ot Gibsons, passed away peacefully at  Lady Minto Hospital, Salt Spiing  Island, June 6,1994. The funeral  was held June 11, 1994 at St.  Mary's Church, Salt Spring Island.  BAREUTHER: passed away June  9,1994, Joseph Bareuthei, late ol  Qibsons, age 82 years. Remembered by family members and  friends. Funeral seivice was held  Wednesday, June 15 in the chapel  of Devlin Funeral Home, Qibsons,  Rev. Glen Baker officiated. Interment Seaview Cemetery.   #25c  7.  Announcement  Poets/writers interested in coflee Domestic long haired white w/lew  house readings, please contact tabby markings and collar, blue  Margaret. 885-7539 027c eyes. 885-2309. K5w  UWN 1 GARDEN SHOW  Attention- exhibitors & craftpeople: Sorry! Digger is at it againl He's  space available, Chamberlin Gar- brought home: boy's Regent tun-  dens, Sunday. July 17.886-9889. nets, size 11/2, white; men's Nike  20. Furniture  #27c  SECHELT FARMERS MARKET  Firsl and third Saturdays. 10-1  pm, behind Gilligan's Pub.   ��28c  PRIVATE TUITION  Fully qualified, experienced  teacher available. Adults, high  school, elementary students. 886-  8466. #26c  For Rent: Marquees lor weddings,  Barb ques, lamily gatherings. 20 x  20.885-2896 or 885-3474. ��32w  FORST POTTERY i FRIENDS  invite you to an Artisans Celebration June 25126,10 am ��� 5 pm.  10 outstanding artisans oiler a  selection of their most recent work.  Music sponsored by Ihe Sunshine  Coast Music Society, demonstrations ol techniques throughout the  weekend. #26c  Shop local; save money. Sunshine  Savings '94 Is available through  local schools t organizations. Call  Joan Selland 885-7886 or Lori  Weatherby 866-0365 lor the location nearest you or to raise money  for your group #26*  Air runners, size 10, tan, Nlckerson  Road area. 885-4624, Maryanne.  #25c  12. Pets & Livestock  ANDERSON REALTY  FRII  CATALOOUK  5666 Cowrie SI. Box 1219  SmMH.BC, VON 3A0  eemnFAxusisse  Vtn Toll Free SS4401S  Commercial lot acton Irom medical building, $95,000.9654412.           ss  4 bdtm lamily home w/t bedroom  suite, W. Sechell. Good investment. $163,900 obo. 8855764 ss  Lot 71, Merrill Crescent, Pender  Hsibour. Ready lo build, septic in.  financing. 863.9597 is  The children and families ol  Sechelt Pre-School wish to thank  Ihe following businesses lor Iheir  generous support ol our ennual  picnic: Coast Meats, Big Macs,  ICQ Propane (Fred), Clayton's  Heritage Market and IQA Wilson  Creek. #25c  "It lust eanl bethel aH the good  ones sre taken ��� I'm notl" Good  hearted, attract., est., SWM, 30s,  seeks slim, n�� romantic, humour-  loving single lemale. Please reply  wkh photo to Box 422 c/o Coast  News, Box 460, Gibsons, BC, VON  IVO K7w  SWM toouM MM to IMM SWFlo  share a house In Robert* Creek.  UkM bicycles, garden, animate,  flatting, music, coniinunfcitfofts.  Please write to: SWM, Box 16,  Sle 26, RRZGtaone. BC.VON  tvo ma  Counselling ler Individuals,  len and support for step fwiri*  Use. Call Mery Lang (MSW,  RSW)MM144 ��30c  Csmeo Singles Club. Crib, luncheons, potluck dinners, dancing,  hikes, camping. Call tor info 886-  392101865-5384. tfn  COMPLIMENTARY  FACIAL/MAKEOVER  ��� A complimentary makeover  that creates ihe effect you  want-nalural, career or  dramatic.  ��� A glamour look lhat  perfectly complements  your colouring and  wardrobe preference.  ��� Makeup application  techniques lhat will  enhance your features.  ��� Mary Kay also has a skin  program designed for your  skin type.  ^llMARy KAV  MU IO MCI M AUTT ABACI-  Yvonne Valancius  886-4643  ^CattttOaeuW*  ELLEN BESSO  Relaxation for the  mind Se the body  _   .  -Trager��  *jfc"  *��� Acupressure  "2t   ��� Reiki 1  ��� Therapeutic  Touch  Release tension &  emotional blocks  in a safe, nurturing  environment  SpKWUna ti mm* hum  886-4874  Pure bred Taggenburg dairy goat.  Heavy milker, freshened in March.  8854679. #27w  Helpl We're at capacity. Foster  homes needed lor SPCA animals.  II you can help with this or want to  become a much needed volunteer,  please call Cheryl today, 886-  2866 Vou can make a difference.  ��7c  Clearance Sale ��� Alrican pygmy  goats, male and females. Qreat  brush dealers and gentle, loving  pets. 8632990 #26w  Beautilul nanny pygmy goat and  doe kid, will sell together or separate Wonderlul pets and great  bush foragers 8854682    D26w  Shihtzu puppies, dew claws,  deworming, and 1st shots, 2 left,  ready June 28. $300 ea. 885-0470  ��26w  Laying hens, $5.75.685-3583  126*  Large travelling dog kennel, Alt  Canada approved. $50.6856423  1260  GOLDFISH  al types  SUPPLIES  tanks, pumps etc.  TROPICAL FISH  686-9690  1250  Please helpl We are tired ol the  same things for dinner every night!  Would like some new recipes lor  dairy S wheat-tree meals. If you  have the same problem & would  like to swap recipes, please send  to Karen & Kelly, RR 4, S8. C-34,  Gibsons, BC, VON 1V0     K6w  Generator. Portable lor RV or boat.  600w or more. 886-3635    #26c  Noritake - Amislon pattern dinner-  ware, 886-9346 eves.        #25w  Power washei. Call 886-8558.tlns  WANTED: Books I magazines  for ths elderly. Preferably large  print, novels i picture books. Con-  lad Elizabeth Simpson wk 886-  2622 hm. 886-7355 tfns  BUYING COINS  Bank Ndes  Gold 1 Silver  Video Etc.  6664312  tin  Solid oak dining rm table ml 2  leafs. 4 chairs. Exc. cond. $500.  886-4258 #26*  We ratals*furniture.  We can do the hard parts  if you are making  your own.  Planing, Jointing,  sawing, Joinery  TIM CLEMENT  ���������-���ai���  1044 SMmounl Way, Gibsons  (BtfiMeMIMSwv*!  Urgent - Caipool, W. Sechelt to  pulp mill, 'A" crew 885-6030 after 5  pm. ��5w  Storage space for a few household  Items and boxes. Preferably in  Gibsons 886-7075. tins  Free to good home, English  schoolgirl's books, pie-war, 885-  0366. f25w  6 mo. old rabbit, cage, food and  hay Ind. PET ONLY, NOT FOOCH  Good with people. 885-7064.#25w  Free to good home, 1 yr. old  budgie, yellow 'Tweetie,' with  stand, cage I feed. 685-2842,  Robert. K5c  17, Garage Sales  Driftwood Players presents Summer Drama Workshops, children  aged 6 ��� 12 yrs. with Karen Webb,  July 4 ��� 8, 9 am - noon, Ftank  West Hat, and July 11-15,9 am-  noon. Matins Room. Cost $60.  Phone 886-9786 ��26w  Feel weighed down? Trite control  ol your weight! Call tor more Wo.  Sour guaranteed nutritious  It loss program. 186-3610  Uu          -    .. _ ~��  Ram, ewes, lambs lor sale, $50  each and up. 6866377     K5w  Belgian Draft Horse, 17 H.H. griding, 16 yis., includes harness,  $1350.685-7430. ss  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Since WO  Dog * Cat Boarding  "SdsneeDidT pet foods  Dog Gberisnse Ctsssee  ���or   tor greatest dog  I wi bad el otter bodyrimp prices mown to mankind. Food provided,  on the Coed lor bodywork snd m-TiMem. 125c  Om            Buries: cuts li cuddy, 4 wks. old,  $S each. 6664557. 125c  norm  Join 8ED Fitness Centre at  Sechdt 665-7391 9 sm to 9 pm.  me  HELPI Eam extra money. Need  tide off 1:30 feny to Dundersve,  W. Van, 4 days per week, Tues..  Fn.CrilJansls816.9066.  125c  chMren swear  Now available In Sscheltl For a  Iree catalogue, to book a show, or  place an older please call Kim.  885-0916. K5c  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  865-6206,24 hour line.        tfn  CCOl RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor taring,  rubbish temoval, moving, yard  mdntenance, rdotMing, odd jobs.  865417. ths  Does someone in your family have  a drinking problem? CritAI-Anon  866-9903.115-7414, 666 9059  AlAtesn 616-2565 or 685-7464  nc        '  Sunehlne Coeet  Transition House.  A sale place to women and children in aids. Fise confidential 24  hour seivice. 1K-2M4 tfn  Piano snd Guitar lessons to anyone, in your home. Beginners to  giads 4-5. A special discount  offered. Cdl Alan KatatumU, 886-  919$.  Antique upright piano. Clinton.  Ivory keys, metal sounding board,  beautiful sound. $1000 885-9306.  tins  CHAPTERS: New owners ot the  Full Moon Gallery. Powell River.  are looking lor quality craft work,  pottery, turned 1 carved wood and  libra art 465.9816.1030 - 5 pm  everyday #27w  TRAD. BAY PARK  Yst. It's still possible! A special  thank you to Carlene tor speaking  od. We ate doing out bed lor you  Next dap Is BC Govt Please sign  the petition at Cspilano College  (Intel Ave), Community Seivices  (Inlet Ave), Books'n Stuff (Trail  Bay Mall) Keep singing. Grannies.  you're great! Get involved1 Phone  8852339, Trail Bay Protection  Society. KSc  Beginners Acting Class, ages 10 -  13 yis st Raven's Cry Theatre  Starting July 6 lor 5 Wednesdays  Registration June 24 between 31  4 pm in lobby d Raven's Cry Theatre #25w  Individual counselling in beautiful  Tuwanek with Carolyn Lincoln.  RPC ��� addictions ��� independence  ��� trauma ��� women's issues 885-  4672 #36*  Colonic irrigation Call Carolyn  685-8657 #36*  ULTMATEI  Bored? Tired d Parcheesi? Come  play Ultimate - a non-contact Ins  bee football howl ofa time II  you're an enthusiastic adus come  play Weds, 6:30pm al Dougal  Park. tfns  Hornby cottage near Sandpiper  Beach Sleeps 4 July 15 -2ist  $700/week 3274940        #25c  9. Engagements &  Weddings  Specialty cakes Weddings,  anniversaries, special occasions,  rentals available Marylou, 885-  9250 #26*  Ladles gold watch, location ol  Super Valu or Sechelt area, Fri.  June to. 815.2561 #25*  Reed Road. Black Lab, lost al end  oi May Reward 686-7169  #27c  Reward: tw return ol black 1 purple Iguana men's mountain bike,  has wrier bottle holder, black lender missing. Taken trom School Rd.  residence 886-8717 or Gibsons  RCMP 686-2245. tins  ABRAHAM LINCOLN  American Civil War collector.  seeks items ol interest. PO Box  2929. Vancouver, BCV6B 3X4  KTC  Double size luton oi sola bed.  Cheap! 866-0433 #26w  TOPSOIL  Fill, sand, gravels. Reasonable  rdes. 685-5070 Doug.      #27w  2 construction walk planks, 24 ft  aluminum / wood 885-0737.   ss  Electric baseboard heaters. 4  large, one small. 885-1933. #27w  MOVING-MUSTSELL  7 ft. sola t matching chair. 2 custom designed area carpets,  antique high chair, Evenllo 7 yr.  car seat, Dorell stroller, rocking  chairs, oil lank. 885-6026.   #27*  Alto sax, case, dc. Crib, mattress  and bedding. Can 8B6-2802.#27w  2 sds ol lowered bilokj doors c/w  hardware, $25/set; one 1973 International Travelall truck sad, black  and In new cond., $50:1 older  model Phillips sewing machine,  works line, $35.885-7037  #27w  1990 18 spd. men's BRC Trekker  mountain bike, exc. lires. rack,  reflectors, $200. John, 885-2319.  K7w  9 drawer satin walnut dresser  w/large minor, $375:26' Emerson  stereo TV, $550: Lloyds VHS VCR,  $175: Sperry (IBM) computer  8088, no hard drive, $450; 4 printers: Epson, Star, Panasonic,  Daisywheel; white comp. desk,  $75,885-0342. #26c  FIREWOOD FOR SALE  Aider lirewood, by the truckload,  split I delivered. 885-7703 alter 5  pm. #27*  Sun., June 26,10 am - 3 pm, 2656  Qulfstream Road, bottom of  Cheryl-Ann Paik Road, household,  garden, misc. Some Ireebies NO  EARLYBIRDS. KSw  Sd., June 25,10 -4pm, 5769 Binnacle, Sechel (near amta). KSw  Cleaning od basement workshop Men's r.h. golf dubs, cart S bag,  snd mord Jdy 2,10 ��� 4 pm, 4984 used one season, $400.885-6065.  Mstk Way, Madska Prill  KSw    ��7c  MOVHOIACKYARDIALE       " ~  Tables, wood, spindles, took, tack-  Is, boss, dc 25�� & up. Eady birds  welcome, June 21, 26, 9 ��� 6 pm,  5455 Kensington, up Mils I Ugh  (W. Sechdt). KSw  vniM,viou,caLo  Lessons. All agss and levels.  Redrooffs, 885-1066        KSw  Ysmshs PSR 150 Keyboard 61  keys. New in April, $250 firm. 666-  9774 KSw  Piano tuner selling piano. Like  new. $1750 delivered, tuned. 883-  2329 KSw  July 2,9 am - 4 pm, 3519 Beach  An., Roberts Cms. A wide variety ri Isms, at*  Aero Oub garage sds t pancake  breakfast 9 am -1 pm, Sun., Jun  26 d Airport. Trite rental, $5,885-  6433. KSw  Japansse Multi-family MOVING  SALE , SAT JUNE 25 8 am ��� 12  pm #10-623 Farnham off #101 al  Boy's 6-speed Norco mountain  bike. Qood condition. Blue 1 white;'  Wwt��ds.$7Sd��.88t.7372. vjj  K7c ->���������'     *i  Beige csipet, 8 months old,  approx. ISav, $400.886-0185.  127c  12 ft. aluminum bod, $400: Filter  Oueen cannisler vacuum, $125;  change lade, $25; Disney baby's  crib bedding, $45; various girls'  clothing, size IM; Flex 110 Wilder  home gym, $150.885-5545 leave  K7c  CARPETS  As nsw, approx.  Sal/Sun. 885-9101.  16x13. See  ��7c  Will trade a king size bed for a Que* Dad. SM; crib. $30; couch,  qussnsize w/headboard. 665- S100;__���mti ,_.at***.  3676 afters pm. ��c    $10 4 $15; dotting tat*, $20; car  sad, $75; change trite, $20.885-  9565. K7c  Mete Appliance  Repair to al makes of  major appliances. Sales  of good used appliances  wMhr   Cal Harvey atl  Located next to  Patra Pizza on Hwy 101  Gibsons  Funsational Travel need travel  sales (outside) reps. Gibsons.  P Mellon 1978.9460.       K7c  WL Travel now open 7:30 daily,  also Sunday summer hours 885-  9501 K7c  WESTCOAST EXPLORERS  TRAVEL CLUB  Presents a TRAVEL SHOW on  Nsw Zealand. Australia, and Fiji at  the Sechelt Seniors Hall on June  21. 7:30 pm. For further Info,  please cat 8864162        125c  URGENTLY WANTED  Hockey or goalie skates, approx.  adult size 10 for boy going to hockey school soon. Hilary, 685-5050,  886-3381 #25c  NORSEMAN-BJORN  APPLIANCES  Sales - Service d reconditioned  major appliances.  ��� large selection ��� warranty ���  Bjom 685-7897  K7w  Kenmore washer / dryer, ma. on  washer 5250 886-9388     K5c  COMMERCIAL  Fridge. 30'x$S'x6' high, double  glass doors, good working order,  $500 866-4545 or 686-2774 alter  7 pm K7w  SxS almond QE Medallion series  Iridge, exc. cond., $300 obo. 115  7037. K7w  WMe Whirlpool dove. 11/2 years  dd.S350 8864544 after 6. K7c  Washer and dryer. H/D Kenmore,  almond, $375 set; almond electric  stove. S/C oven. $275.685-6175  KSW  24' Viking electric stove, good  cond, $100.665-9536 ss  Computer, $150 or trade why.;  radial arm saw, $200; 2x4 f/j studs,  92 1/4 in., 250; 4x4, 2x6 cedar;  building paper, 24 rolls. 885-9349.  K7c  Welder weight bench flex band  gym, $250, excellent condition.  686-2504 tfns  God dubs, men's starter sd. 7 with  bag, 6 mos. dd. $200.8654785  Mn  IBM 366 SX computer. 2 floppies,  40 meg W, minitower, exc. quality, $595 obo. 886-7516      #26*  Wd bar 6 4 bar stools, approx 7 It  long $500 885-7669 #26w  1 - MB SIMMs lor Mac $45. 886  0433 #26w  Lovely Baldwin console piano, walnut finish, very good condition.  885-6913 K6w  Penn Fathom Master 625 downng-  ger, new. $250 obo; RCA hand  held camcorder, all attachments.  as new, $500.8832788     #26*  Hide-a-bed, tweed beige/brown,  gd. cond., $100 obo; girls 20'  Huffy bike. $25 lirm: York execu  live II rowing machine with timet.  $50; Baycrest lg. size tricycle, $10.  Gold stove. $50 Call 8860312  #26*  Tan reclining lovesed. $200; flord Art materials, oil i acrylic paints,  uphol. hlghback chaii. $75; 6x8 large canvasses, bulk canvas.  area rug. beige / Dotal border,   largo wooden easel 685-6218#26w  $125.886-7042. ��27w          3 HP Briggs & Stralton lawn  mower, 4 yrs old Stoo 886-9497  K6w  Couch w/2 wing chairs, exc. cond.  $650,865-5478. #27c 21. For Sale  21. For Sale  27   Mobile Homes  Blown plaid hide-a-bed, exc. 1 pi. French doois, exc. cond.,  cond., $150: pre teen girls books, (175: dbt. stainless steel sink  Babysitters Club etc., 50 cents to w/laps, exc. cond., $60; 885 7144  $2.886-2809                  ��6c tfns  Brothers knitting machine No.  KH881 with libber and electric  knitter plus 3 dilferent attachments. Lots of cone wool and patterns. $1000 lirm 883-2887     ss  FIREWOOD  Mixed alder, lir & hemlock, full  cord $110: split & delivered 883-  9382                            ��26c  DECEMBER FOREST  PRODUCTS  Mixed lirewood, split & delivered.  Full cords, $100., cedar available.  886-0349 #26c  FIREWOOD  Dry, seasoned or green. Call  Klaus, speak to my electric secretary. 885-0679 K6c  Casio cash register, model TS ���  2600, fully programmable. 105  item key board, inventory control,  etc. Presently set up lor a service  station. $1700 obo: table 14 chair  set, exc. cond. $225 obo: 885  0173 ��26c  Royal Albert, old country rose. 66  pes. will sell as set or individual:  washeri dryer. 886-2431   ��6c  GOLDFISH  all types  SUPPLIES  tanks, pumps etc  TROPICAL FISH  886-9890  KSc  Satellite dish, receiver, tuner, all  wiring incl $800 883-9676 ��5w  21" Yardsman reel mower, $275.  S &W model 27.6" 357 mag., holster, re-loading gear, $500. 886  2969 #25*  Limited editions collector plates: 7  English Royal Botanic Gardens  250th Anniversary. $450: 3 Palis  scenes, D'Aiceau Limoges, $135;  2 Rockwell Sociely Rediscovered  Women, $120; 2 framed black &  white engravings ol Montreal  scenes, $150. Tel: 886-4620 #25c  Money's Mushroom Mtnuri  Fir bark mulch, medium and large  sizes, and other items lor spring.  886-7774. ��25c  Garden Mix ��� Sand  Bark Mulch ��� Gravels  Have Dump-will Havel  up to 4 yd. loads  caH Dave 886-7348  Colour pencil portraits Irom your  favourite pholo. Pels, lamily,  Iriends. 9'xt2'. $35. Send cheque  oi M/O along wilh pholo lo P.O.  Box 291. Qibsons. BCVON IVO.  Pis. allow 6-8 wks. loi delivery.  Satisfaction guaranteed or money  refunded. tint  FIREWOOD FOR SALE  Dry fir. $85 for pick-up load, green  alder/fir. $65 tor pick-up load.  Dave 885-9306 tfns  Heii-ox-18 band mask 6 hotel  with communications gear, (3000:  T 30 Ingersoll Rand compressor  comes/* 5x200 cu. It. Cascade 3  HP, 3 PH, starter htm, ec. Hydro  just expired auto shutoff at 3100  psi, $3500.8669464. tint  5 rolls ol FAX paper 8 l/2'x328\  I'core. $5 95 per roll 886-2622.  '77 Camaro Z-28 Stn. Shift - racing  suspension. Red exterior, black  leather inteiior. 30,000 original  miles. No rust, no dents, $7000.  Phone alter 6 pm, 885-4636#25w  19T9  '79 Meicedes Benz 280E, 6 cyl  auto, fuel inj. Sunrool, absol. spotless. $9800.886-8365       #26c  79 GMC Aurora louring van.  loaded, a/c, cruise, b/i cooler,  seats 7. Equalizer lowing package,  1st class propane conversion,  $4500 obo 865 6423 #26c  79 Porche 924,72,000 mi, premium condition, (5800 obo. 886-  0181. ss  79 Ford Fairmonl, good running  condition, new transmission,  exhaust. 885-5102. ss  1M1  '81 Monte Carlo t-rool, runs good.  (900 obo 885-0682 ��26w  '81 Toyota Corolla 2 dr. HB, runs  good (450 886-9145        ��26c  '81 Silver Honda Accord New  clutch. (1000 obo 8M-4010K6C  81 AMC Eagle 4 w/d (1000. 886  2967 ��25w  '81 Granada, 2 dr ��� good shape,  asking $1200 obo 885-4433 ��25c  1991  tfns  For all your  renovation needs call  BRUCE RANDALL  CONTRACTING  ���Residential  ��� Commercial  ��� Free Estimates  GUI Brace 885-1949  Maternity Wear  Shirley K Summer Wear - denim,  casual, formal dress 1 nursing  wear, approx. 25 items, take ALL  only $250. size s/m 885-9587  ��25w  One pair Technics digital electronic piano 8-track sequenser internal  disk drive. Asking (4750: (1) KN  1000 professional Technics digital  electronic keyboard $1650. 485-  7128 I25w  12 It. chrome 'A' vent chimney,  (100: large capacity wood heater,  (500 all like new. 885-7611.   ss  HORSE MANURE  (20 pick/up or 2 loads for (30, you  toad Roberts Creek. 685-9969.  tfn  SATELLITE SALES  AND SERVICE  nfOyWWWH) lUWCflppOM.  Green Onion Earth Station  tfn  0000 HAY  $4.00/8* DeHverad  Garden Mulch Hey $3.50  Whole oeti tOcAb  CK Between 12-tpm  N5-MS7  1O0STOUIMIII  FOUTAWMNDSAW  MIL SERVICE WU  COME TO rOUl KOKtTY  TO CUT VOW! LOGS  ���15-0270  Antique wood burning cook stove,  $600 885-3506 is  Sean 9' gaiage door 4 opener  (new 1000 M) $650 8854244 s��  Executive mahogany finish desk,  almost new 29 x 60, (150; computer hutch. 50 x 27, has extra  shelves, mahogany linish, (100.  885-4048 125*  Leather sola, like new, cost  $1800, sell $780; 6 dining chairs,  $98 886-7321 afler 7 pm.   KSc  Pioneer CD, PD - 4550; Scott dual  cassette deck, 00 680; Sansui  tuner, TU-777; Pioneer Amplifier,  SA-6700; Scott record player,  PS60C 685-4888.  f USED   i  [autopartsi  J Shop around - you'll I  I find il pays to buy ���  I recycled auto ports from !  ��� ���VMSSAUTOA    I  ��� truck Koraas I  I   ������������������to j  ���J*  Recycled Building Maierials  French Doors/W.-E*. Orxxi  Alum. & Vinyl Windows  Ughting/Kilchen &  Bawoom Fixture* e*c  VnAtour store or cal  SSS-666*  5653 Whorl Rd., Sechell  HBfMMH Sent*  MON-SAT 9 om-5 pm  1929 Ford Model A Town Sedan,  originally a rust-free Alta. cat,  complete body off teitoration,  same owner lest 24 yrs Rare body  style, lovely interior (10,000 obo.  885-7037 I27w  58 Chevy Biscayne Truly 1 of a  kind. 283 V8 auto, al original exc  running cond. Good body. (1500,  6864365 Ktc  18 in mountain bike, Butted Cro-  moly x-1/xc Pro grease guard,  many extras, (625; 22 in. Marinoni  racing bicycle. Columbus tubing,  excellent components, computer.  (650 885-0650 KSc  Bonsai  Unique gilt Call 886-9491  K5w  Chenywood coffee table, $60.  Smith Corona electric typewriter  w case $45. hardwood cross  country ladies skis, poles 1 boots  (leather size 7). $25. new stain  less steel Rival electric meat  sheer. $45. McBrine luggage set  12). $25. automatic Nordic Hus-  cavarna sewing machine C121.  $275obo866-2211 KSc  Firewood tor sale  FuH cord. (100 Ask lor Dean 885-  2960 KSc  Sears 1800 w generator. (250  obo 885-0344 K5C  children's wear  Eam free children's clothing by  hosting a home party Lob of fun  with lots of benefits! For mon info  call Kim 685-0918 KSc  Large elegant sofa, seats 4 comfortably, asking (100. 886-2892  alter 6 pm. KSc  Adobe photo shop LE 2.5 lor windows, still in wrap. (500. 885-  9861 ss  68 Camaro (2250 ��� 2 turbo auto  trans. (200. - ea: 398 Engine  (550 885-3897 KSw  68 Firebird, big Nock 400 Muna 4  spd mi Hunt shifter Ealons Untied slip rearend (2000 obo 886-  2525 ss  701  72 Black 4 x4GMC Jimmy. Good  condllon (2000 obo 885-3537  KSw  73 Nova. 4 dr. auto, one owner.  54.000mi,(450obo 685-3637  K7w  73 Super Beetle. (2500 obo  683-9234 ss  73 Lincoln lown car. 460. lull  electric, best oiler 885-2698   ss  73 Super Beetle, gas healer, new  seats, battery. $1600.885-4019 is  74 Datiun, 1976 Ford camper  van, best offer 866-0480    KSc  75 Volvo 244DL Alpine, cassette,  runs, $600 obo. 866-9476. K7w  75 Fiat Spider, convertible. $1600.  B85-3221 KSw  78 Ford Van. custom interior, mw  motor in '91 Alpine system, new  tires. Wil trade lor small truck or  t/2 ton. Carry ll 865-9404 weekdays.      KSc  77 Thunderbird, good condition,  883-2365 KSw  '91 Mercury Cougar, auto., air,  power, white, exc. cond��� 35,000  kms, (15,000 obo. 886-3623. ss  '91 Sunbird SE, V6, 5 sp., 2 dr.,  air, tilt (cass. $8900.866-2688.  WW  '92 Aerostar, 7 pass. Exc. cond.  42,000 km. 886-7524 eves,    ss  1(93  CLEAROUT! Used tires, wheels.  Chevette; Honda Accord parts  685-7167 ss  No Job?  No Credit?  No Problem!  WE FINANCE  EZ PAYMENTS  SAFETY CHECKED  VEHICLES  CENTURION AUTO  56.15 WHARF  885 .100.1   ���   D8.lt 7  81 VW Jetta 4 dr., 5 sp., sunroof,  (3500 ObO 886-7969 SS  1N2  'SS Chevy pick up, 263 4 spd  $5500; 327 Corvette motor, rebuilt.  $1500 885-5467. ss  '82 Mercury Gran Marquis. Works  well, good tires, good body  $1500 885-5671 K6c  '82 Buick Regal V8 auto, 1 owner  $1100 obo. 886-8579        #25w  '82 Oldsmobile, great 2nd car or  graduation gilt! Looks and runs  fine. Must sell, $1000 obo. 863-  9956 KSc  82 Ford Mustang, 117,000 ks, 6  cyl. auto Very good condition.  (250O Call 886-0366 ss  '82 Mazda RX7, good cond., new  clutch, brakes, $3100 886-8032.  ss  1M4  '84 Honda Civic hatchback 1500S  std., 1 owner, exc. cond. $3495  film. Call 685-3943 and leave  message. ss  '84 VSS Magna, new paint, new  tirei, great ihape. (2750 obo.  8884881 K6w  '84 Crown Victoria auto, o/d, d/1,  Vctitti, $2(60,885-9646 n  '84 Chevette 4 dr., auto, i/root,  cm., dean, (ISO obo. Cal flay  or Helen 685-3(84, leave mei-  uge or view 5374 Hwy. 101. KSc   IW   85 Mercury Lynx, 5 spd, (1000  0bO.a8884Mat858317.liSw  '85 Toyota Tercel 4 ip, 2dr,  hatch., gd. cond, (2600 obo 886-  4S88 KSw   INI   '88 Hyundai GSL, good cond.  Needs brakes. Asking (1900.886-  9008. K7c  '86 Mercury Topaz, a/c, (2500; '79  Chev van, (2500; 2Z Cabin Cruiser 685-5029 K6w  86 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus due player, (5795.6867150  u  tW  '17 Blue Foid Ringer, ext. cab.  2.9L V6, 31' tires 8 body lift  (7000,000.886-2136       K6c  '87 Pontiac 6000 LE PS/PB.. air  cond. VS auto am/lm can, 4 di.  Great family car. Excell. cond.  Asking (4900 8864561     KSw  tW  88 Mazda MX6 GT Turbo, fully  loaded. (7500 with tubs, (7000  without 885-3464 K7w  88 Corsica, auto, air, cruiie,  muiic, clean family car. (4450  obo 8864210 KSc  68 Chrysler 5th Ave, vekmr int.,  new tires 56,056 km (10.500.  8139422 K7c  88 Chev Sprint. 4 dr HB. 5 spd.  am/fm stereo. 2nd owner (2995  obo 885 5604 K6c  86 Cavalier Z24. V-6. Pwr sunroof w/a�� Exc cond (6.800 obo  886-7854 all 530pm ss  '86 Nissan Sentra 5 sp . red.  AM/FM can deck, new Iront tires  exc cond. (5500 686-4837.  ss  tW  89 Fold F2S0, (11,500 obo Cal  886-0389 tfm  '69 Pontiac 6000 New tues Also  radial mow tires Immaculate  cond (4800 lirm 886-2196 K5C  tW  90 Olds Calais, all options,  (11.000. 1(11 Toyola Selica,  (1000 8854342 Klc  90 Dodge S pass Caravan, V6  EFI. 1 owner, warranty transferable, 55,000 km. veiy clean,  $10,500 086-9764 eves or cell-  220-1526. K7C  701  75 Dodge propane 4X4, crew cab,  completely rebuilt, price slashed  $4995.685-7516. ss  75 F150 truck with new Oat deck,  asking $1600.886-7097.       ss  76 Ford Ranger 4x4, 1/2 ton  camper special, exc. cond. $3600  886-3992 ss  77 Ford Van, customized exterior,  new paint, (3950.666-7690. K5c  77 Ford 150 4x4. 60 box, new  tires, luff box. Good cond. $2600  obo. 686-4650 ss  7f '.;d F250 4x4 351 auto, ml  canopy, in great shape. $3000 obo  885-3398. aft. 6 pm K6c  79 Bronco 4x4, good running  cond.. $2400 obo. 865-3511 days  K7w  79 Landctulser, diesel, 8000 Ib.  wain winch, warn hubs, new  exhaust, (6500 obo 866-7800. ft  79 Ford Bronco XLT, 4 wh. drive.  auto,, look! arid runs excellent,  (4995 obo 8867099 ss  80 GMC 1 ton dualy new 454 on  propane A/T, eel. phone. CD player, radai, box liner and moie.  (10,000 Ho I, asking (7850 obo.  886-8256 K7w  '80 F250 Super Cab p/u, blue,  aulo, (2300 obo. 886-2049. KSc  INI  81 Dodge van, 7 pass, rear seat  folds to bed, cruise, lilt, air, etc.  (2800 Obo. 886-7520 ss  tW  83 Mazda Iruck ml canopy, low k's  tor year. (2500.865-7503   K6c  tW  '84 Mazda diesel p/u w/canopy.  (2,500.8850342. K6c  84 Dodge Caravan, auto. (4.500.  8888204. ss  IW  '85 Dodge Caravan SE. 5 pass,  auto, air, cruise, ps, pb, 2.6L.  181,000 km, (4000 obo. Good  family vehicle. 6660312    K6w  '85 Ford F150 XLT. exl. cab,  canopy, 351, s/new parts, gd.  cond, (8900 865-0109 ss   IW   86 Dodge Caravan, auto, 5 pass.  capacity 688-3642 K7w  '66 Mazda cab plus, exc. cond,  low kmi. canopy. (5100 886-  8143. K7c  '16 Toyota van, runs well, will  need shocks. (2500 866-7584 ss  IW  '88 Mazda B2200 ml canopy 5  spd, 99,000km (6000 obo 866-  4810 K6w  86 Ford Ranger 4x4, low kms.  excell. cond $6500, obo 885  6365 K5w  27 ft. 1979 Travelaire trailer, good  condition, clean. $5000 obo. 885-  0260. K7w  RECONDITIONED  71 CAMPER VAN  Stuidyl Auto, 302 Econoline 200.  Raised rool, 3-way Iridge, stove,  3-way water, stereo, aux. battery,  custom exterior, lots ol windows I  slorage. Trailer hitch. Well maintained, runs good. Leaving country  musl sell. $3900 obo. 886-2003.  *27w  1975 Prowler 22 It. travel trailer, 3-  way fridge, oven, tumace, full  shower, very good cond. $2800  obo. 663-9025. K7w  1978 travel trailer, full bath,  kitchen, sleeps 8. Immac. cond.  $6900 obo. Phone to view, 885-  4048 eves. K7c  1965 18 1/2 fl. Travelaire 5th  wheel, $9000.665-5702.     K7c  1974 Dodge. Economic propane  powered, camperized van, cook  top, I2v Iridge, sink, porta pott!,  sleeps 4, window tint, dual battery,  trailer hitch 1 wiring, runs line.  $3200000.686-4206.        K7c  24 It Frontier class 'C motor  home, double air. low miles, 1979.  real bright 4 dean, $16,500.865-  2659 Klw  20 It. Okanagan TT, Exc. cond,  $3900.863-9153 K6w  For rent: 13 It. travel trailer, sleeps  4, (200/wk. $200 d/d. 885-6307  ��35w  18 It. 1976 Vanguard, sleeps 6,  Irid/sl, shower, tumace, (4300,  885-5369 K6w  24 It. Winnebago, clan "0",  sleeps 6, extra large fuel/water  storage, 60% tire 8 brakes,  remodelled 4 yrs ago, roof carrier,  4 KW power plant. Very clean,  Irom Interior. Undetcoated 8  absolutely no rust. (13,500.683-  2682 alt. 6 pm ss  A beauty. 1990 30 It. Jayco Travel  Trailer (RV) Rear bed, Iree standing table, hardwood floor.  microwave, Iridge, stove. Moved  only 75 km.Never smoked in.  (18.000. 865-3)45 after 5:30 pm  until Spm. Ask for Sigrid.    Klc  '93 Golden Falcon 33 ft. 5th wh.  (Tour edition) 14 ft. tipout,  immac .used 3 mos. Can be seen  al 4160 Browning, or phone 685-  4606 K6c  Estate tale. 1986 Travel-Aim, 20  It, 5th wh. Loaded. Inclu. all and  awning. Veiy dean, (10,500. Abo  1969 Ford 150 Ck* Cab, 302 auto  Fl XLT Lariat, only 44,000 km, low  package. Veiy clean, (13,500.  686-7967 K6c  11 21.5 It. Tarty Retort. 5th wh.,  like new. Al amen ties, ind. hitch.  (14,500.8854813 KSw  17 ft. travel trailer, fridge, Hove,  shower, holding tank, etc., (2500  obo. 883-9450. eves.        KSw  Truck canopy, by Canopy West,  fits mid-size trucks, Rangen S10,  SIS, etc. Sliding windows,  screens, like new. (500 obo 685-  7251 KSw  28' Airstream travel trailer, good  condition, (5,500,688-2122. tfn  1978 Triple E travel trailer, 25 ft.  lull-size, 3 pc. bathroom, full-size  fridge, 4 burner AM, oven 8 tin,  exc. cond, (5500 obo. 665-7016.  II  '6198' Vanguard campei, 4 burner c/w oven, 3/w fridge, toned lir  furnace, H/W tank, bathroom  w/shov/er. veiy dun cond, must  sel, asking (7300.685-2351. II  8x45 trailer, sleeps I, clean and  good cond 885-2100 ll  1990 dbt. 24' motorhome A-1 condition 886-9025 II  30 fl. travel trailer, remodelled, gas  Hove, furnace, shower, (8500.  6866202. II  69 Z-71 stepside 4x4. fully loaded.  must sel. 686-7464 si  '89 Bronco II XL silver, V6 5 sp,  call, clean I comfortable, (9600  685-2133 II  tw  "92 Tracker, 39,000 km. hard k  soft top, (10,000 obo 863-9419  KSw  Tradesman 3 door canopy 90' I,  60-w (250.886-8579       K5w  1993 Yamaha Wanerunnei. Low Sangster tS'6". good condition, 30 12x68 Canadfcna mobile home, 2  his. Well-maintained, $4500 obo. hp Suzuki (5 yrs. old, very lew bdrm, 4 appl., Pacific Energy  886 9691 K6w    hours), $2500 or boat, motor and  woodstove, new carpets and vinyl  trailer (Road Runner), $3200,  Phone 883-1138 alter 6 or 863-  9979 anytime. K5c  Light boal trailer. Good for 12 -14  It alum, boat or inflatable. Bearing  buddy and  flooring less than 2 yrs. ago. Must  be moved. Asking (19,500. 886-  3763. K5c  14 ft. alumln., cenlre control, galvanized trailer, 25 HP Mariner.  Electric start, bait tank, lish-on  seals, rod holders plus extras.  (3500 obo 883-2390 K6c  12' Dani.<ton row boat, 4.5 hp.  Seagull o/b 886-9308        K6c  36' classic motor yacht forestry  type. Built as private yacht. New  (16,000. Cummins 5.9 diesel.  Sleeps 5. Sounder. Accept 16 -  20' runabout, motorhome, rec  property as part pay. VAlue  (49,000.922-7636 ��26c  6' Livingston FG boat, (300. 20  HP Merc, o/b, (300.866-8579  KSw  19S0 Monk 42' cruiser, 90%  restored. Rebuilt 6-71 diesel. Must  tell. Reduced to (50,000. Offers:  686-0790 K5w  19 ft. Campion hard top, cuddy  cabin, lull canvas Powered by IN  Mercruiser fresh wafer cooled 5  litre V8/198 HP. Very low houn,  used mostly lor mooching. Perfect  cond, clean Inside 8 out, 19500  ObO. 885-5025 ll  19.5' Cougar Bubbledeck New  rebuilt 4S4 and Berkley jet with  Jetovator. wilh cuitom tandem  trailer. (8700. CaH alter 5 pm 886.  7579. K5w  Wanted: Classic wooden runabout. 686-2736. ss  10x32' baige, fibreglass over  wood, boom and electric winch.  885-2100. ss  22 1/2 fl. Double Eagle CB  350/260 baitbag VHF sounder,  (23,000.685-3446. II  Sangster 15'6" Good condition. 30  hp Suzuki, 5 yis old, very lew  hours, (2500, or boat, motor and  trailet (Road Runner), (3200.  Phone 683-1136 afler 6 or 883-  9976 anytime. KSw  Cal 25 fresh bottom, new upholst,  etc, 5 sails, new main genoa,  mere. 9.8 long shaft, excell. cond,  at Gibsons gov't wharf. $7000 1-  253-1463 colled KSw  Near new 10 fl Zodiak, mad only  one season, approx 10 times,  Includes launching wheels, fshing  idd holders and cover, (2500.  8858032 KSw  Float house, 14 fl x 48 fl, mowed  in Tiicum Bay Marina. Nick, 885  8340 KSw  Kayak/canoe -2/3 peraon, Eaiy  rider. Very stable (750.686-3113.  KSw  168' Campion h/t, 115 hp motor,  recent overhaul, head, sounder,  RR trailer, very good cond.,  (8200.085-2157. KSw  30 fl. fibreglass Rawson sailboat,  diesel power, new canvas,  (28,000. Cal 883-1112.     KSc  1? aluminum boal, very strong,  1400.8854344. KSc  MftKKnbragMMRuMbout  65 hp Evinrude, low houn since  100% overhaul, Ezyload trailer,  (2000 883-2210 KSc  MhpSPMT  O/B MOTOR  Low, tow hours, (900; old 4 hp  Johnson. 1100.683-2260.   KSc  27 It. Catalina ulboat, dinette, 4  sails, 2 yr old o/b, aiiumable  moorage in Gibsons Marina, asking (16,900.685-2351 II  SLAOH1DEI  Out ol town visitors? Why not  send them SAIMONRSHMS  with a prolessional?  ��� luxurious 28lt. sport lisher  ��Live bait/light tackle. All  equipment stippled ��� Over  10,000 hrs local guiding  experience ��� Proven results  Cal: Kevin Gunning  Owner/operator at  emmuaimiiiiiihiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimimm  Forced to sell, luxurious libreglass  Force 50 yacht, teak decks, 58 ft.  ol craftmanship, world traveller.  Fridge , stove, microwave, water-  maker, washer/dryer, freezer, ice-  maker, bathtub, shower, 2 heads,  king and queen beds, greal galley,  huge salon, Volvo diesel, radar,  Loran, satellite navigation, weather lax, FM and ham radios,  inboard computers and much  more. Great condition, will consider real estate trade. (190,000.  Herb Craig 686-2277 ll  27' Concorde f.g. cabin cruller.  316 Chrysler I/b, radar, VHF, CB,  sounder, compass, sleeps 4.  Excellent condition. Ready lo  cruise. (17,800 886-7240.     SS  SECHELT MARINE |  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain Wll Murray  MCMMC MNAMS  MAB.Y.C. ���Marine  Surveyors ond Comubonti  18.5 ft. Double Eagle hardtop,  1988 Merc 470. depth soundei,  radio, bait tank, immac. cond,  hardly used, with trailer, $15,500  obo. 6853277. ss  22' Bell Buoy rebuilt 302 and Merc  leg, convertible hardtop and canvas, VHF. lishfinder, trailer,  (12.000. Will consider part trade.  885-4019. ss  24' work / pleasure boat, f/g on  wood, exc. cond, zero houn on  rebuilt 318, new ex-manifolds, new  s.s. shaft, wiring, paint. Full price  Indudes dinghy, oars, 9 hp motor.  (7900.883-2990. II  28' UnUly fibreglass, brand new  molot and other extras, full of  electronics. Reasonable price.  George 886-8139. it  Heavy duty SO1 float ramps built to  suit 883-2610 or 883-9290.    II  28. Motorcycles  1983 Shadow 750, 33,000 km,  (1250.8654269. K7W  1988 Honda VLX Shadow, 600 cc,  17,000 km, (2000 obo. 1969  Honda Pacific Coast, 800 cc,  10,000 km, (5000 obo. 666-9511.  K7w  Motorcycle repair I salvage. 885-  0109. K7w  1982 RD350LC, $1200 obo. 885-  2440. K7w  '67 Harley 683 Sportster * extras,  $4200.883-2891 K6w  KX 125. very good cond, $1150.  865-4816 *26w  '65 Honda Interceptor. 51,000 km.  Runs great. Just tuned. Moving -  must sell 886-3631 K6w  78 CB 750 F Honda. 19,000 km  $1000.886-8900 K6w  '69 Suzuki GSXR 750 1400k  (4900 obo. 686-0181 No lest  pilots. ss  Yamaha 400XS and K 400 (650  obo8667400 K5w  1961 Honda CM 400T, shield, s.  bags, new lires, comb, hydro and  air shocks, very clean. (1200.  865-3594 K5w  '63 Suzuki Katana 650, shalt  drive, dual Iront disks, now bat,  new rear rubber, (950 obo. 886-  2297. tfns  '85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, like new, 20,000 km.  (3,500.8864616 aft. 7 pm.    ss  1980 CB 750 Custom  1961 CB 750  1981 GL 500 Silverwing  1984GS750E  1984 KX 60  1978 KZ 650 SR  1990 GSXR 1100  Yamaha Powerhouse Motorcycles.  1945 Field Rd, 885-3137.     tfn  Power House Motorcycle  1945 Field Rd. 685-3137  NOW IN STOCK!!!  1994 Virago 250  1994 Virago 750  1995 Virago 1100  1995 V-Max 1200  1994 Genesis 600  1994 Genesis 750  1(84 YZ125  1984 RT180  1WTW200  1994 Timberwolt 250  1995 Banshee 350  1994 Kodiak 400 4x4 tfn  18 ft Fibreglass, Volvo I/O, boat. IW Suzuki GS XR 750. Recent  Tandem axle trailer, (3800. 883- -* up. Good condition,, (3200,  2297. ii    o.b.o. 8854563 KSw  25 It. Reinell. depth sounder, good Suzuki OR600 single. 6 km,  mech condition (9000 obo W $2N0,exc.;Yimaha550Maxlm4  4,70 M    cyl. 7 km, (900.686-3184. K5c  Heavy duty 50' float ramps built lo  suit. 863-2610 or 883-9290.    II  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9 9-20-3040-50-70 HP 1992-1993  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.      tfn  12x52 2 bdrm mobile home, lurnished, good cond. (12,500. MS-  ISM KSw  24' travel trailer ml 10x20 linished  addition. Sleeps up to 10 people  Million ( view for (250/mo. pad  renlal. No utilities. Asking (15.000.  Cal 8867064 or 666-2342 afler 5  pm Klw  Visiting retired couple needs 2  bdrm home / apt. w/vlew. Aug.  only. Sechelt to Roberts Creek.  885-7370. K7w  3 bdrm house / mobile on acreage.  Local family 1 dog. 6664272.K7C  Prof, couple w/2 kids, seeks bright,  well-maintained w/f or w/view  home. Would consider trading our  Queen's Park, New West heritage  home. N/S, N/P, needed Aug. or  Sept. for 1 yr. Collect. 5227278  afler 5 pm. t wknds K7c  Family wkh refs. need long term  lease or lease lo own, by Aug 1/94  885-2666. lv mess 126c  22 ft. Lynwood 1M1 Express 260  hp, V8 ��� 280 leg. houn 1020; well  equipped; good fishing boat -  make an offer. Berthed at Secret  Cove 922-6685 after 6 pm K7w  12ft Tri-hull l/glass boat, complete with older 10 hp. (100.6M-  3699 K7w  11 ft frontiersman cinoe. (350  obo W6579. K7w  22 6' Bayliner Skagit, 221 Merc  cruiier, FWC. alt cabin, two  tahlinden. VHF 8 CB radio. Wll  consider 17' ��� \9 boat on trailer at  partial Hade Call after 5 pm 886  94M K7C  14 tt alum boat wilh trailer  anchor. 200 It line. 1675 685  9336 SS  89 GMC S15, low mileage $4500   Wanted: 18 lo 20 HP o/b motor.  885-27M KSc    665-5373 Klw  80 19.5 Silverline Cuddy, 111  Merc, moloi t outdrive, very  dependable, comes ml new boat  trailer, can be purchased separately Asking (8000 w/o trailer or  (11.000w/lr��ler 8854621     u  14' Aluminum boat. 25 hp, electric  start Front steering, ml trailer  $1600 obo, W8481        Klw  Light boat trailer Good for 12 -14  fl alum boat or inflatable Bearing  buddy and spare tire $250 886  9497 K7e  wfcon you  lor Ol tnemrtlone  Al clotti tiedt mutt b*  prepaid before interior*  Svrw Smll ClaeeUlede  $17 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your od, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks  then will km cancelled unless you instruct us lo renew il  by clouded deadline ��� NwonxWhfen  FOR ONE INSERTION  h dAit fa MmAn ar Wm^nmW  EdWon. Up to 10 werdt; 75 tsnh  j__ _nx   mn 11 I j  in Pm QQunona won).  Fm: losl, Found l Ftm  Coast Now*  CLASSIFIED DIADLINIS:  NOON, FRIDAY  Gibeont 8663622  W**k��ml��r  NOON TUMDAY  Sechelt 883-3930  t__m_t  mam  ^��� Coast News, June 20, 1994  19  Wanted: cottage lot quiel single  n/s lemale. Reasonable lent. Linda  8860590 #26w  Roberts Creek home wanted: 2 ��� 3  bdrms, rent or buy. 661 -7427,683-  5544 #26c  Need 1 bdrm cabin, trailer or part  of house. Permanent residence,  plus dog. Call am, Pat oi Linda at  886-9409 #26c  Responsible lamily, n/s, requires 2  or 3 bdrm house, Sechelt area, lor  July 1. Darryll 885-9404 weekdays.  #2Sc  Responsible working couple  looking lor a 2 - 3 bdrm house lor  long term rental. Refs. avail. Pender Harbour area only. 883-2212.  TOWNHOUSES/CONDO  Two bedroom townhouse, includes  all appliances, $775 per  monlh plus utils.  APARTMENTS  Two bedroom apartment, rent  includes heat and hot water, $600  per month.  Two bedroom waterlront apartment, large deck, great view. $650  including hydro, no pets  Two bedroom, side by side duplex,  $475 per month plus utilities  One bedroom, view, lower Gibsons, $550 plus utilities.  COMMERCIAL  CENTRAL QIBSONS  Retail/office space lor rent. 1275  square leet. central air conditioning, good paiking, ��� $10 triple net.  GRANT REALTY LTD.  886-3330  SHARED ACCOMMODATION  Large cosy home, n/s. n/p, hoi tub,  piano, 2 Ige. bdrms Seeking quiet  lemale 40*. $400/mo includes utilities. 886-3779. #27*  Avail. July 1,2 bdrm suite ml view,  5 appl, extra storage & parking,  n/p. 596-1669. #25*  SHARED ACCOMMODATION  Quiet, clean t/m, n/s, ocean view,  large 3 bdrm home. Sandy Hook,  $35011/2util. 8850856.    #25c  Roommate wanled, clean n/s, to  shaie 2 bdrm view home in  Madeira Park/Gunboat Narrows,  $280 + hydro. 883-2992 leave  message #25c  Large 3 bdrm townhouse, 1800 sq.  It., view, skylights, w/w, garden, 1  1/2 baths, $875/mo June 15.,or  July 1,1-926-0451 #26c  3 bdrm, rec room, fireplaces, W.  Sechelt, waterfront, lease. August  $1200.  3 bdrm upper suite, waterlront,  Gale Road, lease, $800.  Small 2 bdrm, watertront, Seima  Park, lease, $700.  Older 4 bdrm. watertront. Seima  Park, lease, $750.  4 bdrm, view, Davis Bay, lease,  $900.  Small 3 bdim, Pender Harbour,  $600.  4 bdrm, turnished, lease, Hallmoon  Bay, $800.  2 bdrm, furnished, lease, Tuwanek, $700.  SUSSEX REALTY  Property Management  DAVE AUSTIN 885-3295  #25c  For Rent  Gibsons Langdale  New, quiet 2 bdrm view apartment.  Walk to all amenities. Ideal lor  older couple or lamily with one  child. Lease $ rels. $650/mo. ���  utilities. Avail, immed. 686-8728.  ��27w  1 bdim sell-contained suite, Lower  Gibsons. 686-8776 2 pm - 5 pm or  683-5000 9 am -6 pm.      #27*  2 bdrm townhome, lireplace,  mountain view, $700/mo.  2 bdrm apartment, very well maintained, $650/mo.  NRS Sechelt Realty Ltd.  865-9093  tfn  For Rent  Gibsons Langdale  Furnished bachelor suite, Gibsons,  near marina, avail, immed.  $450/mo. 866-3343. #27w  Near new 3 bdrm, 2 lull baths  (duplex), sundecks, eat-in kitchen,  5 appliances, garage. $875/mo.  Avail. Jury 1.296-5215.      #27*  Executive home in prestige subdivision. Great ocean view. Near  shopping and terries. 5 bdrms. 3  baths, f/p's, living, dining, panoramic deck. Large rec area or  granny suite downstairs. Refs.  Aug. 1. Lease avail. $1275/mo.  8860731. ��7w  1 bdrm and bachelor apartments,  $400 and $5O0/mo. 885-6009 .Klc  3 bdrm, 11/2 baths, full basemenl,  large back yard, greenhouse. Private, close to school, shopping.  Pets ok. Avail. July 1. $800/mo.  886-3573. #27c  Lge. 2 bdrm house, carport,  w/walk-in basement, near marina.  N/S. Rets. $800. 866-8964. #27c  1 bdrm apl. Lower Qibsons, very  clean, walk lo all amenities, laundry, quid. $550/mo 886-3420.  #27c  Excellent view. This lower Gibsons  duplex is Ideal for the lamily who  needs to be close to everything.  For details call 983-2414 eves, or  lv. message. Avail. July 1.  $900/mo. ��� utilities K7c  Large immaculate, 1 bdrm ground  level suite, close to beach. 10 minules Irom lerry. N/S, no pets.  $550/mo. incl. utilities, washer /  dryer. Avail July 15. 686-9596.  ��7c  Two bedroom lownhouse, nice S  clean, lireplace, 6 appliances.  Avail, immed. $750.733-7211 or  686-3218.  WATERFRONT  on Franklin Road, lulfy lurnished,  Sepl. 1 to June 30.1995. 737-  1136. ��7c  Langdale cottage. Spectacular  view. Walk to feny t beach. Avail,  for summer redd or long term tenancy $550/mo utll. included. 886-  2891 #26w  For Rent  Gibsons Langdale  Duplex, 3 bdtm, 2 baths, f/p, 4  appl., deck. Fantastic view ol harbour. Close to everything. N/S a  must. $800/mo. Avail June 15.  886-2352 ��26w  1 bdrm suite. Bright, spacious,  beautiful view, Granthams Landing. Avail. June 15 or July 1. $525,  util. inclu. N/S prelerred. Res req.  686-0026 K6w  2 bdrm suite, conveniently located  between upper $ lower Gibsons.  S425/mo. 886-9326, eves    #26w  1 t\ 2 bdrm apts, view. $440 1  $480/mo. Call Dean ri 886-8073  #26w  View 1 bdrm suite for quid single  working person. N/S $550/mo. incl.  heat, hydro, cable and a/c. Rels.  886-7012 K6w  2 bdrm apt. Laundry and parking  included. Cats welcomed.  $600/mo. Avail July 1.686-3108  Ktw  Brand new 1 bdrm bsmt suite.  Close to ferry. N/S, n/p preferred  $50O/mo. 886-2949 #26w  3 bdrm townhouse, central Qibsons, $650/mo. Mature couple preferred. N/S, n/p. Aval. July 1.686-  7051.lv message #26w  3 bdrm, HOOsq It 1/2 duplex, 3  yrs old $800/mo 686-9654 ��26w  765 School Rd., townhouse. 2  bdrm, all appl. Nsw paint.  $750/mo. 886-7018 K6c  Granthams Landing ��� Oceanlront -  Bright one bdrm sule. Split level,  balcony, skylight.No pets $550  6862596 Klc  1 bdrm bright basement near marina. $400/mo inclusive. Steve 886-  0539 Klc  2 bdrm condo, ocean view with  balcony, $650/mo. 686-2247 or 1-  2554651 KSw  1 bdtm apis, lower Qibsons. Large  patio, private garden, bright a  sunny. New kitchen and balh.,  laundiy, carpets, mini blinds. Quid  and secure. S620/mo. 886-3420  #25w  ||  BCYCNA  BfllTISM  COLUMBIA  ANO YUKON  COMMUNITY  NEWSPAPERS  ASSOCIATION  These ads appear in more than 100 community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  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Repairs: All Makes  I.  MOBILE HOMES  CUSTOM DESIGNED  Manufactured Homes  Why buy off a lot when  you can customize any  plan lo your own personal  taste Pre-owned homes  also available Noble  Homes 1(403)447-3414  NOTICES  For Rent  Gibsons Langdale  1 bdrm view apt. opposite Gibsons  Marina. New building. Laundiy.  Walk to all amenities. Veiy quiel.  $590.886-3420 #25*  Bright new 1 bdrm suite. Sell-contained. Full kitchen, full bath.  Shared laundiy. Lovely quiet area.  Close lo marina, bus route, suit  prolessional single or couple.Good  refs a mud, Avail. July 1, $500/mo  t utilities. 886-4620 #25w  Nice clean house, central Gibsons,  2 bdrm, 2 full baths, 5 appl, f/p,  garage, $825/mo, plus util. Avail  July 1,886-7392 eves.      K5w  Hopkins Landing waterfront house.  Easy walk to ferry. 3 bdrms (or 2*  den), 2 baths. Furnished il  required. Avail. Sepl - June  $950/mo. N/S, N/P, rds. 1-274-  6056 #25w  2 bdtm suite plus 1 bacheloi suite,  view, quiel, walk to lerry. Own  entrance snd decks. $525/mo,  $375/m 4 util n/s, n/p 886-7490  KSw  3 bdrm house, large lenced landscaped yaid. Heatllalor l/p and  electric 5825/mo No dogs, house  csts o.k. Avsil Aug 1. Rels  required 886-7071, eves   #2Sw  2 bdrm view suits 5525/mo ,  indudes hsd snd hydro. N/S, n/p.  Avail July 1.886-2565       #25w  2 bdrm home, private garden, quid  neighborhood. Close to dl amenities. Furnished or unfurnished  $700/mo negotiable. 886-6689  K5w  Langdale studio suite, spectacular  view, l/p, w/d, walk lo terry, dil.  inclu $525/mo. 886-2691    #28c  Pratt Rd. area, 1 bdrm basement  suit, semi-furnished, private  entrance, $400/mo��� incl. utilities,  cade. Avail. July 1.886-7876.KSC  2300 sq. ft. penthouse w/vlew,  lower Qibsons nsar Msiina, 4  bdrm, 3 bath, 1 yr. lease, refs.  S1000/mo Len ks 885-7436. #25c  2 bdrm house, lower Qibsons,  attractive yard, view, lease possible. 5850/mo Avail, now, rsfs.  please. Adult oriented. 1-922-  7636 KSc  Avail. Aug 1, piivate snlrsnce  home, 3 bdrms., fenced garden  yard and sundeck. Quid but nd  isolstsd - a nice name lor nice  people. Sorry house allergic to  cats and dogs, Mi and crocodiles  ok. Long term I refs. please,  $710/1110. plus utils. 116-3107 or  929-4969, KSc  3 bdtm horns on S. Fletcher, near  yacht club, lovely gaiden with  ��� greenhouse and fruit tress. Possible lease. And. mw. Rels req'd.  WSVmo. 822-7131. KSc  OTTER MOUNTAIN  Woodcrafts Builds lodge  pde pine lurniture. Also  cabins ready lo move and  live in lor under $20,000.  For more information  write: Oiler Mountain  Woodcrafts. Dealer inquiries welcome Otter Mountain Woodcrafts, Suite  404. 435-2339 Hwy 97  North. Kelowna, B.C V1X  4H9.  FARMERS: CONTACT  Canada   Educational  Services needs farmers  to host visitors from over-  : seas willing to help out in  I exchange lor room and  board.   Call   collect  | (604)669-6963.  REAL ESTATE  HELPWANTED  C4M GIFTS is sn established Party Plan company. 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Wener lAder  TRAVEL  NANCYGREENE Lodge  WIMIter Spring Special  Comfy accommodations  Rates from $69 midweek  end $79 weekends Limited space Call 1-800-  667-3363  WHISTLER-BOOK Now  Spring skiing 200' Irom  Quicksilver Quadchair  Underground parking  jacuzzi. pool Seattle  Seahewks slay with Sea  To Sky Condo/Hotel  Rentals 1-800467-5529  Fax: (604)936-96n_  WANTED  OLD COWBOY Chaps  needed immediately  Fancy studded J1 000-  woolles $600* spoiled  woolies S1.500*. stovepipe $200*. plain $100  silver spurs $500��. horse-  hair bridles $1,200* I-  800262-2427  For Rent  Sechelt & District  West Sechelt - great location.  Large contemporary family horns.  3 bdrm + den, 2 lull baths. Top  floor plus. Quiet street, private  lenced yard, huge decks etc.  $800/mo. Avail. July 1 Deiidre  939-5466, lv. message      KSw  West Sechelt aiea. 1 bdtm house,  close to beach, matute, single  n/s,n/p responsible person,July 1.  $495/mo. 885-2045 KSc  Inlet View Quest Houss. Furnished, accommodates 6. Daily,  weekly rentals. 885-4490    #28w  1 bdrm house, close to beach,  mature, single n/s, responsible  person, n/p, July 1. $495/mo. 885  2045. K5c  2 bdrm rancher, 1 acre w/f/p, appl.,  w/d, dose to amenities, $725 plus  utils. Has separate workshop and  horse stable. 1482-7943    ��25c  1 bdrm suite, n/s, n/p, walk to  shopping. Suitable for quiel,  mature person. 8154163.   #25c  2 bdrm w/l view houss, 7965  Redroolls Rd. Avsil. Juns 1,  S850/mo. 1-734-5810.       KSc  3 bdrm duplex, 2 full baths, oak  kitchen, view. $800/mo. 885-7855.  K5c  Hallmoon Bay  Pender Harbour  suite w/ lantaslic view!  Madeira Park, 885-3910, Seven  Isles Apartments. KSw  Vocation Rents! - 4 bdrm. executive home with waterfall, beach  docks, volley ball and hot tub on  Sakinaw Laks, road access,  $85Wweek. 855-5157. ss  32 Commercial  For Rent  Meeting room: downtown Sechel,  accomm. 30, suitable tor business  seminars, workshops, etc. 115-  SS52. K7c  Davis Bay/Wfron Creek hal available. Whedch air facilities 885-  275201865-9163. On  Roberts Creek Hal, avail, dances,  parties, wsddings. Yvonne 886-  7815. tin  34   Help Wanled  35. Business &  Home Services  Large, spadous basement/living  aiea with t bdrm Shared bath/  klchen in countiy boms. Close to  beach $300/mo ind ud. Aval Jdy  1,1154950 KSw  on guilt 1/2 acre, deck, laige  shed, 4 appl., l/p, easy wslk to  beach 1 putts, n/s. rVp. Suitable  tor mature (ingle or working couple. $150/mo. Avail. June t.  Loess/red., phase. 5334740 rilsr  5pm. KSc  TRAILS PROJECT seeking 2 indr-  viduals to undertake feasibility  study tor development d mub-uee  trail network In Pender Harbour.  Mud be eligible for UIC tor dura,  lion ol project. To obtain more  detailed project outline cal lis-  2139. Send resumes outlining  quafflcations by June 24,1914 to  Sunshine Coast Community  Fi*rtsAte)dsMh,POBox1591,  Sechdt BC VON 3A0 or drive to  Sua 205 Teredo Square, Sechel  125c   Experisncsd cook required for  CaMimKiddCali.llS.7S26.  K7w  The Sunshine Coast Heme Support Sociely Is receiving applications to sugmeri Ihe Cesuri Pod  ol Home Support Workers. Appl-  cants must be in good physical  and emotional haritti, have a car  wih s vafd licence and have rds-  vart Mining (i.e., Long Tern Care  Aide, Home Support Attended cer-  bfcriion or equivrisrt) aid be wiling to wotk evenings, weekends as  required. Starting wags is $9.35 -  $1015. Phons 885-5144 tor mon  KSw  Qsnersl isboursr required, 885-  4288 #25*  Drivers, class 4 needed. Blue  Wsvs Taxi. 19 Seaview Plaza.  8114333 K5w  HANDYMAN WANTED  Hallmoon Bay household requires  experienced carpenter, elc, own  tools, lot occasional jobs, long  term. Reply with hourly rde, relerences 1 phone I to PO Box 2929,  Vancouver, V6B 3X4 #27c  Cafriino Kidd seeks kitchen help t  bus persons. Jobs suitable lor students 885-7626 K6c  RESIDENT MANAGER  For Park Rise Condominiums, 48  suites in Gibsons. Experienced,  energde mature person able lo do  minor repairs, yard and ollice  work. July 1. Send resume and  refs to Baseline. 1400-400 Burrard  SI. Vancouver. V6C3G2    K6c  WANTED: mature, experienced  person tor housekeeping duties  port time / fun time, May - October  for local resort Phone 643-2424  for appointmenl K5c  Ice maker/manager. Gibsons curling club (4 sheds) requires an ice-  maker. Management skills important Salary range $25,000 lor 7.5  months. Reply lo Terry Connor  Box 919 Gibsons. BC. VON IVO  KSw  JOB FINDING CLUB  Three week financially asslstsd  Canada Employment Centre sponsored job search program. Mud be  in receipt d Unemployment Insurance Bandits U.l. Proposed startup Mid July. For further MormaHon  and registration, call 8864099.  KSc  VOCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT  AND CAREER PLANNING  Financially assisted 8-week training program sponsored by Canada  Employment Centre, Sechdt. Proposed dart-up. snd d June. Location: Qibsons. Eligibility Requirements: Must be in receipt of U.l.  benefits or Income Assistance,  must be committed to exploring  career options snd obtaining job  sssrch skills in a co-operative.  team setting in preparation for reentering the workforce. For more  idormrilon and registration please  phone8864099 KSc  In exchange tor board and room  (even suite), require assistance  wih gardening, meal preparation,  and household duties, part-time,  tor smal commuter fanny. Roberts  Creek. Non-smoking woman with  asp. in above, phone 1M-45S4  evenings IM weekends.    KSc  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel now  accepting sppberiions for the following positions: Sous chef, first  cook, dishwasher, snd prep cook.  Please ssnd resume to Lord Jim's  Resort HoW, C-tl. JR SM, RRf  Hallmoon Bay. BC VON 1Y0, or fax  815-7031. ritsnbon Thomas K5c  Attention Psndsr Hsrbour residents: Oil lurnace repair service.  Call 8864022 Klw  SHHHH!  Can you keep a secret? You can  save up to 75% off your hydro  lighting billing. For more information call this number - 8864022.  Remember: Always deal with a  prolessional. K6w  Computer work. Word processing,  data entry, etc. Windows 3.1 a  speciality. 8864643 after 6 pm,  886-3013.    ' #26*  EXPERIENCED CARPENTER  Ouality home builder. Forms, framing, finishing, decks 1 renovdions.  Drew, 685-4557 K6c  OEVCO POWER WASHING  Vinyl siding, window cleaning, driveways, boats, RVs and heavy  equipment. Seniors discount, lully  insured. 886-0069 K6c  Journeyman stucco applicators.  New houses, additions, garages,  restoration. 255-1459. eves. #26c  BID PRESSURE WASH  ENVIRO FRIENDLY CLEAN  AGENT  lor vinyl, aluminum.siding, paint  stripping, concrete walkways, driveways, decks, RVs, boats etc.  1954055 Klw  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  Oil burner service, plumbing/hed-  ing repairs, Michael 886-8022 or  1814013 KSw  Outbuildings ��� Additions ��� Renovations ��� Repdr' Structure inspection and documentation ��� Rd specialists 8854070 KSw  WR ELECTRIC  Free estimates, all work guaranteed. W Rennle. Lie* 1631. 885-  4845 KSw  Meticulous, expeiienced, reliable  HOUSEPAINTER. Reasonable  rates Derek Angelus, 886-3411  KSw  SUMMER SCHOOL  Local teacher is offering summer  course for students who have  faM either Math 8 or math 9. Student may proceed to next grade  level upon successful comptotion  ot Ihis 40 hour program. Four  days/wk, 2 hours/day. Max dass  size 10. Cod $200. Gibsons location. Phone 115-7457       KSw  nunmvn  Noiaokt.NoChiaaey!  DeAkrlarlammaau  EavinJire.To^wl  Am  CAUMMIU  Cooks. Apply in person, Irvines  Landing Marine Pub. Ask for  JessieorWsyne. Klc  Assemble IgM products ri home.  Excd. income, easy work. Cal for  directory, 24 hn. (104) 123-2310  SXLA74. tn  CATHY'S  HONE CLEANMQ  Get your house cleaned professional. Bondsbis wih references.  Klw  BUY FACTORY Direcl  Save thousands ol dollars  RidgewoodHomes, B.C s  St selection of manulac-  turedhomes. 14X70-dart- ,  ing at $38,900 Free info  962-9114  NETWORK  CLASSIFIED ADS  An advertising'BestBuy1  Wtoon Creek: 2 bdrm ground level  stria, prk/als enhance, lege garden priio, sunny Uchsn, dose to  shopping, shared laundiy,  $500/mo. 1/2 utils. July 1. 965  4059 leave mew sgs.       KTW  1 bdrm. suite, Seima Park,  MOO/rno., aval. Jdy 1HS-7719.  K7c  Salma Pk w/l, 2 bdim upper  house, avail. July IS, $750/mo,  921-3191, Lyn Klw  W. Sechet3bdfm.2brih.4yr.  rid1300sq.lt. home. N/S. Avrit  Aug 1 $100/mo H5-76S9 K6w  Large 1 bdrm srite I met view Currently being renovated. Avail Jdy  1S.$550/mo.ll5-105O     ��26w  Furnished room in house, on bus  route, dose to dl amenities $450  inclusive 815-5443 #26c  2 bdrm ��� den executive rancher  Semiwsterfront $l02S/mo 815  4490 #25w  Ocssnside. ocsanvisw. 2 bdrm  ad. Deris Bay. M2S/mo plus util  Avsil. immsd 1154918 or 792  8731 sMpm #26c  Smal, modern, dean house doss  lo arena W/F. ideal tor single or  couple. N/S, n/p, MOtVmo. Lease.  rsfs req'd. 1-172-3511  eves/Minds. Klc  Bright 2 bdrm ground level suite,  partialy furnished Davis Bay 1 blk  trom store 1 beach. W/D ind. 1/2  utll. n/p $150 685-5586 Avail  June 15. ��6c  Comfortably furnished cottage,  ace up to 1 WF. deep moorage  dock. Accessible by boat only IS  min. from Sechel on the Sechelt  inlet Reasonable weekly, monthly  rdes. May ��� Od. Phone 604485-  4099 01 wiite Schmitt, RR1,  Whisker site. CM, Sechel. BC  V0N3AO I26c  Sunshine Coast Employment  Agency, 113-2112 Full 01 p/t.  Temporay, summer relief, office  personnel, derks. bookkeeping.  recapBontts. Cat today tor* your  AWUNEJOMI  Now hiring - $10 ��� $20 per hour.  All positions both skilled and  unakHed. Excellent pey/bonoMs.  CU (504) 641-2103 ext ASM 24  houn. KSw  Pharmasava 1122 Qibsons.  requires a part-time post office  dak tor our busy sub pod dice. If  you have previous post oflice  experience snd would tike part  time employment, send your  resume to Pharmasave 1122, RR  K S3 C26 Gibsons. BC VON 1V0  Attn: Debbie. tfn  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  Host lamilies an nssdsd lor  Japansss students for 4 weeks  Ihrough July snd Aug Call lor  mors dtormdion on tha culturally  ennenmg eipenenco ��� Volunteers  are needed tw a progrim tha provides services to victims S witnesses d crime Ful framing and support provided ' A coordinator is  needed tor tne Sechdt Food Bank,  tha a a responsible pos��ion wih  Ikxtts houn aid a gred opportunity tor the light poison. ��� A handy-  porson a needed by snarls group  in Sechel to assist with maintenance and basic garden care Very  flexible hours. ��� SC Vdudeer and  Inlormation Centie 885-5681. lax  8659493 KSc  COOK WANTED  Csdas Pub. permanent position  Some experience required Wage  negotiable Apply in pstson  between 8 am -11 sm. Mon -Fnday or rv resume at Ihe bar #27*  Gramma's Pub now hiring lor bar.  writ $ klchen stall Apply in person. No phone calls See Michele  I25w  ���OBIION CLASS  LIMITEB  niH Oill|liiWe  Over 20 years exftrike  Gepilitite. |inwfl wvirr  CMMMIU  HMU* LAND CAM  lawn mowing, weed eating, 115-  7733. KTW  WUtlMNOOWWASHMQ  Reasonable rates M5-7733 K7w  ���ENOUGH > ENOUGH-  Enough of thoM chipptd sinks md  MMM Wslta II5 yr. warranty.  On The Spol Relinishers 885  1057 K7w  Pde antique style wardrobes, fur.  (dure, dc custom bul and hind  parted designs 885 2005  K7c  Parting New home and commer  del 10 yrs expeiience 815-2005  K7c  truoheuttng ��� Weed eedng ���  Lawn cutting ��� RuMlah removri  ���Powerweehlngns4737  m��  Rdny Day Mending  Hsm psnts Fix zippers Sew  seams Iron dress clothes Design  costumes tot dl occasions: But  tons: Msbs panls into shorts  Please make sure al your domes  ire dean. You tea 4. ri repair I  Penny Berdihl M6-3995   Ktw  HOUSEHOLD MAINTENANCE  Carpentry, painting, general  repairs, qualify woik. good prices,  10 yrs. siper Keilh Wiles 885  6272 Klw  J-TCONSTRUCTIONL  Foundation forming 1 framing.  Relerences / reasonable 886  0315, cdl 220-9019 KOw  DONS TILE INSTALLATIONS  Ceramic - Mosaics - Matte Quai-  ty wort d reasonable puces 866  4280 #26w  KITCHEN* BATHS  Quality al lair prices. Many refs.  avail. Insured, bonded. Fast, free  estimales. Seniors' discounts. Cal  Donn865-3557. KSc  DECKS 1 FENCES  Quality workmsnship: insured 1  bonded; trir prices; tsd, tee estimates. Seniors' discounts. Call  Donn 185-3557. Refs. aval 125c  RENOVATIONS PLUS  Qualily renovations, lair pricing,  insured i bonded, fad, tree estimates. Reb. avail. Call Donn at  Suretock. Seniors' discounts 885-  35ST KSc  Home raprin 1 renovriions. Sriis-  ladion ____ Den ___H  MAJESTIC LANDSCAPE  Lawn/landscape maintenance.  weededing, brushcutting, hedge  trimming/planting, rdotilling, turf  laying, low mdntenance landscaping, cleanups, rubbish removal,  etc 1154737 KSc  COASTLINE FENCING  Wooden ��� Chrin Link  DeehsiPorehes  Can afler 1pm NMMI Bob ftns  CREEK WOOD FLOORING  Finishing and installation Frse  estimdes 8864167,885-2253  MJJ SIDING  Vinyl snd cedar exteriors, soffits  and fascia Fred Cocker, US-  6065. cdl 1410-1510       KSc  CABINS TO CASTLES  Design, renovation, remodel.  Framing to lockup. 1164310. M6-  0684eves tfn  HARDWOOD FLOORWO  New floors supplies, laid, sanded  and finished. Old floors resanded  and relinished Lyle Heytei Floors  Ltd 8657633 Ktw  LAWN* GARDEN  Fruit tree pruning end spraying,  garden renovations, retaining  walls, hedge trimming, general  deanup Cal 8664180        tfn  Classifieds continued on page 21  ddm news  Gibsons elementary  school students Aiko  Hatori, left, and  Kern Vogt are the  only Sunshine Coast  winners in the  provincewide  Heritage Week  Photo Contest for  1994. Aiko wrote  about how her  mother's traditional  clothing has changed  over the years and  Kera documented  her grandfather's  involvement in D-  Day and World War  II. The two will  receive their awards  in the last assembly  of the year.  Joel Johnstone pholo  Hubert returns to Sechelt  A wandering Coast minstrel is returning  home to help Sechelt's Wakefield Inn celebrate its 25th anniversary.  Guitarist, singer and former Sechelt resident Steve Hubert is returning from touring  the states to play Ihe Wakefield Inn on  Wed., June 29. "I'm really looking forward  to being back," Hubert said from his Idaho  base of operations Friday. "I always enjoy  Sechelt...and my kids live there."  Hubert was a regular attraction at the  Wakefield from 1977 through lo 1982 when  he left the area to play in Ihe Rocky Mountain region.  Many locals may remember his recording  Live at Ihe Wakefield Inn which he produced  in 1980.  Since leaving the Coast, Hubert has  worked in many resort areas of Ihe Rockies  like Banff, and Radium Hot Springs as well  as touring the US on his own and as part of  the Ian Tyson band.  "That was really dynamic," Hubert said  of his time with Ian Tyson. "It was a great  learning experience."  In April of this year, Hubert also played  an evening with Willie Nelson in Hawaii.  "We shared an evening at a friend's  club," he said. "That was incredible."  As for his own recordings, Hubert has  produced two albums of his own work in the  slates since Live at the Wakefield (under the  name Steve Sparks), the last of which was  done in Nashville with veterans players of  the Grand Ol' Oprey.  Hubert says his evening at the Wakefield  will feature rhythm and blues, classic Rock,  and country music. It is Hubert's first performance on the Coast in two years and his  only schedule appearance of 1994.  SUNS HIN ECO AST    REGIONAL    DISTRICT  ROYAL TERRACES BUILDING,  5477 WHARF RD., SECHELT, B.C.  ���  BOX 800   VON 3A0  ���   885  2261  MONDAY, JUNE 20,1994  UPCOMING MEETINGS  SPRINKLING REGULATIONS  Sunshine Coast Recreation Commission  Tuesday, June 21st at 7:30 p.m.  Regular Board  Thursday, June 23rd at 7:30 p.m.  Outdoor Recreation Advisory Committee  Tuesday, lune 28th at 7:00 p.m.  Sunshine Coast Solid Waste Advisory Committee  Wednesday, June 29th at 3:00 p.m.  NOTICE TO ALL SCRD WATER/SEWER USERS  : ODD numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on the  ; following days:  ��� Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 7-10 a.m.  ��� Monday, Wednesday, from 7 - 9 p.m.  NOTF:  NO SPRIIMKLINf. FRIDAY FVENINftS  : EVEN numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on the  : following days:  ��� Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday from 7-10 a.m.  ��� Tuesday, Thursday, from 7 - 9 p.m.  NOTE: NO SPRINKLING SATURDAY EVFNINC.S  Note: Only 1 Sprinkler per Property is Permitted  : ATTENTION:     PLEASE TURN OFF ALL SPRINKLERS IN THE  : EVENT OF A FIRE IN YOUR AREA  Please be advised that all Regional District water/sewer bills  for the 1994 calendar year have now been mailed. Accounts  are due and payable on or before luly 31, 1994.  If you have not received your bill, please conlact our office at  885-2261 and we will check our records. Please quote slfeet  address, legal description or folio number when inquiring  about your bill.  NEW BYLAW  SUMMER '94 RECREATION PROGRAMS  SUNSHINE COAST RECREATION COMMISSION PRESENTS:  FUN ON THE 101!  Want to be part of the fun)  Come to our registration nights.Jn a community near you!  1. ROBERTS CREEK  Roberts Creek Hall )une 20th 7 ��� 8:30 pm(Hall Road,  off Highway 101)  2. GIBSONS  Marine Room (Under Library) )une 21st 7 - 8:30 pm  South Fletcher Road, Gibsons  3. SECHELT  S.I.G.D. Cultural Centre lune 22nd 7 - 8:30 pm  (Next to House of Hewhiwus, off Highway 101)  4. HALFMOON BAY  Coopers Green Hall June 23rd 7 ��� 8:30 pm  (55Q0 Fisherman. Rnvi\  5. PENDER HARBOUR  Madeira Park Elementary School June 27th 7-8:30 pm  For information on our FUN ON THE 101! Summer '94  recreation programs, CALL US!  SUNSHINE COAST RECREATION COMMISSION 885-2261  Program registration begins.June 20!  Registrations will be taken for:  FUN ON THE 101! PASSES, TENNIS, DAVCAMP, SOCCER,  SUNSHINE CREW & MORE!  TAKE NOTICE THAT newly implemented Sunshine Coast - -  Regional District Bylaw 399, Municipal Ticketing Information  Utilization (MTI), will be in effect as of July 4,1994.  Bylaw 399 authorizes designated Bylaw Enforcement Officers  to act on behalf of the Sunshine Coast Regional District Board  in issuing tickets for infractions of the following Bylaws:  ��� Bylaw 86, 1974 - Revised Water Rates and Regulations  Bylaw  ��� Bylaw 310, 1987 - Zoning Bylaw  ��� Bylaw 337, 1990 - Electoral Area A Zoning Bylaw  ��� Bylaw 294, 1985 - Noise Suppression Bylaw  ��� Bylaw 126, 1976 - Building & Plumbing Bylaw  ��� Bylaw 314, 1987 - Dog Regulation & Impounding Bylaw  ��� Bylaw 351, 1991 - Soil Removal & Deposit Permit Bylaw  Offenses under these bylaws will be ticketed for pre-set fines  ; not exceeding $500.00.  BUILDING CONTRACTORS AND  OTHER INTERESTED PARTIES  BE ADVISED THAT a new Building Bylaw and a new Plumbing  Bylaw have been given first reading by the Sunshine Coast  Regional District Board. Before proceeding further we invite  you to come to the Sunshine Coast Regional District Building  Department located at 5477 Wharf Road during normal  working hours to review Building Bylaw 383 and Plumbing  Bylaw 400 and make comments or suggestions.  Larry Jardine  Administrator  COMPOST BINS ARE HERE  Distribution scheduled for: Saturday, June 25th, from 10 am to 3 pm in the SCRD parking lot located at the corner of Wharf  Road & Teredo Street in Sechell.  If you miss this distribution day, your orders may be picked up at your local recycling depot. Inquires to Cathy Kenny (885-2261).  Composlers and goodies can still be ordered.  ORDER FORM  Enclose a cheque made oul to th�� SCRD for the total amount of the order and return to:  Sunshine Coast Regional District, Box 800, Sechell, BC VON 3A0  or hand deliver to the SCRD office at 5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt  We will send you a coupon to exchange for your composter at any one of our distribution sites."  Name   Mailing Address   Postal Code    Phone # Z    Save a BACKYARD COMPOSTER and BOOK for me! $35.85 + $5.02 tax   I want an extra "how to compost" BOOK $ i .50 + $0.21 lax  h!  "COMPOSTERS AND ACCESSORIES WILL BE DISTRIBUTED IN GIBSONS, SECHELT AND PENDER HARBOUR. WATCH  THE SCRD BULLETIN BOARD AD FOR DETAILS ON DISTRIBUTION DAYS AND TIMES, (call Cathy Kenny al 885-2261 for  more information)  NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS  ROBERTS CREEK OFFICIAL COMMUNITY PUN  AMENDMENT BYLAW 375.1  ZONING AMENDMENT BYLAW 310.34 (St. Aidans)  ROBERTS CREEK COMMUNITY HALL  7:00 P.M., WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 1994  Pursuant to Sections 956 and 957 of the Municipal Act  public hearings will be held to consider the following bylaws  of the Sunshine Coast Regional District:  1. "Roberts Creek Official Community Plan  Amendment Bylaw No. 375.1, 1994".  The intent of Bylaw 375.1 is (o amend the Roberls Creek  Official Community Plan to redesignate Lot A (Reference  Plan 2562), Block 3, District Lot 1317, Plan 5976 from  Institutional to Residential A (2,000 m' minimum parcel  area) to allow for residential use of the former St. Aidans  church site at 1200 Roberts Creek Road. The subject  property is highlighted on the following jnap:, .,.   .   ���'      '  '"      -�������w��     ������������   "^ APPENDIX 1 TO BYLAW 375.1  From Institutional  H'ffiEgPTo Residential A  '$vc'"iT - K.' ~ L ** uZTZ  "Sunshine Coast Regional District Zoning  Amendment Bylaw No. 310.34, 1994".  The intent of Bylaw 310.34 is to amend Schedule A to SCRD  Zoning Bylaw 310 to rezone Lot A (Reference Plan 2562),  Block 3, District Lot 1317, Plan 5976 from "PA1 (Park and  Assembly One)" zone to "R2 (Residential Two)" zone.  Bylaw 310.34 also affects Ihe former St. Aidans church site  at 1200 Roberts Creek Road. The subject property is  highlighted on the following map:  APPENDIX 1 TO BYLAW 310.34  SIFrom PA1 To R2  BIO  -t  .   T  ���**'*'���*���  *.** iHI    *~  The public hearings are scheduled to be held at 7:00 p.m.  on Wednesday, luly 6,1994 al Roberts Creek Community  Hall, 1309 Roberts Creek Road. All persons who deem  their interest in property to be affected by the proposed  bylaws shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard on  matters contained in the bylaws.  The above statement of purpose of the bylaws is not  deemed to be an interpretation of the bylaws. The bylaws  and related information and reports may be inspected at the  Regional District Office in the Royal Terraces building at  5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt, B.C. during office hours, namely  Monday to Wednesday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and  Thursday and Friday 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. fom June 20,  1994 up lo and including July 6, 1994.  Mr. L. Jardine  Secretary  Sunshine Coast Regional District  Box 800, Sechelt, B.C., VON 3A0  CONTINUED ON PAGE 21.  HOURS ��� MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY 8:00AM TO 5:00PM, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 6:00PM  . t     ���     ->..���_-...���       '-     ;     ���' ��� *--���.���*- ^���- - coast News, June 20, 1994  21  lI4  ��� ���  ��� ���  -'���vf  ^  a^  k\1  ^  35. Business & ��� 36. Work Wanted  Home Services   I  41. Legal  news  CHIPPING AND MULCHING  SERVICE  Turn your brush piles, leaves and  garden waste to chips and mulch  for compost. Quick service, reasonable rates. Nick al 886-2756.  #26w  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shower panels, CSA approved,  Free estimates. Tom Sealy 883-  2978 Hn  QUAUTY WOODWORK  Home Remodelling, Finishing  We look al all jobs big or small.  For prompt, quality work al an  affordable price, call Art Giesbrecht 885-3372 or 865-7169. tfn  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limbing - Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work, Free estimates. 885-2109.  tfn  36. Work Wanted  Overnight care to elderly or children, references, bondable. 886-  9879. ��35w  37, Child Care  Summer Daycare. Will work  around your schedule. Can pick up  and deliver to summei programs.  886-9203. K7W  Childcare available. Full or part-  time. Rels. avail. 866-3001  #26c  We require a nanny to care lor our  3 children in our home, rels. req'd.  own transport prel. 885-2751, Kim-  berly K5w  Mature, responsible grade 12  graduate would like fulltime childcare job, July and August. Experience. All ages. Excellent references. Call Jessica, 885-6499 or  655-4099 K5w  Babysitting (anytime) references,  bondable. 886-9879. ��35w  Unlicenced family daycaie,  ��� Robeits Creek has I opening,  Quality painting, also gardening jme 1 tor child under 3 yrs. Rels.  and general labour. Steven  885-0950 tfns  Bethune 885-3276. K7w  Drywall and repairs, plumbing, carpentry, small renovations. Seniors  discounts. Grass cutting, weedeating. Norm, 686-0997 K6w  RENOVATING?  CERTIFIED CARPENTER  lor hire. Experienced. Quality  work. Brad 886-8652 K5w  ROOFING ���REROOFING-  REPAIRS  Reasonable and guaranleed. Call  the Sunshine Coast Roofer, 885-  9250. #26*  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard clean up, light moves, odd  jobs, quick friendly service. 885-  9694,328-1811 cell. K8c  Charlene's 'Super' Clean. Let me  do the work lor you. Fast and  dependable. References available.  886-7876 K5c  WAYNE'S SERVICES  Gardening, gat weedeater, lawns,  ground maintenance, window  washing. 886-2999 K6c  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rotolilling, odd jobs.  685-3917. tfns  House cleaning and house sitting,  references, bondable. 866-9879.  #35w  38. Business  Opportunities  GET PAID FOR  COMPILING NAMES  and addresses Irom home, (500  per 1,000. Send stamped envelope to: CMF/AMI Box 75027 Main  St. Vancouver, BCV5X4V7.K5C  Hot new Ml M fine jewelr'. Paid  weekly, no monthly requirement.  Upline sponsors downline - those  that call afler you are your downline. 885-9693 K7c  CHESTERFRIED CHICKEN  SYSTEM CPLT.  Bakerspride BBQ Rotisserie, Hoi-  tymatic HB patty machine. Wayne  946-7581 Ladner. #26*  SECHELT SHELL  One ol the busiest seivice stations  on the Coast. Gross sales approx.  $2.5 million, growing steadily,  excellent return. Call 885-2128 or  mail inquiries to: Box 577, Sechelt  V0N3A0 K5w  WOW, a division ol Leigh Morgan  Fashions has an opining in your  area. Cal Dawn at 485-7748 #25c  Small affordable franchise. House  sitting and pet cate service, pre-  established clientele, flexible  hours. Cal Sharon 885-2226.K5C  Province ol  British Columbia  BC��i  Environment  ENVIRONMENTAL PII01ECIION  APPLICATION FOR  AMENDMENT OF A PERMIT/APPROVAL UNDER  THE PROVISIONS OF THE  WASTE MANAGEMENT  ACT  THIS APPLICATION is to be  filed wilh the Regional Waste  Manager al 15326 - 103A  Avenue, Surrey, British  Columbia VSR 7A2 "any person who may be adversely  affected by Ihe discharge or  slorage ol the waste may  within 30 days from the last  date ol posting under section  3 (a) or publication, service or  display under section 4, write  to the manager stating how  he is affected."  PREAMBLE - The purpose ot  this application is amend PA-  3095 to allow a salt allowance  in wood residue boiler particulate emissions, and to  account lor NO X emissions  during upset conditions in  operation ol that boiler.  I/We Howe Sound Pulp and  Paper Limited ol Pod Mellon.  British Columbia VON 2S0  hereby apply lor amend-  meni(s) as described below to  Permit/Approval PA-3095  granted on March 131978,  last amended February 10,  1992, which authorizes the  discharge of air emissions  Irom pulp and paper mill  located at Pod Mellon, BC, lo  air.  AMENDMENTS REOUESTED:  APPENDIX 1S  f_______  Paniculate Matter  Opaoly  Nitrogen Oxides  80ma'm3  0.032 mgW  (including salt)  20%  250mjm3  0.1 mg/kJ  _______  Particulate Mailer      aomglm3  (excluding sail)  Opaoly  no limit  YOU'LL MAKE  MONEf with  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  Nitrogen Oxides      250 mgM  unless steam  generated by  nalural gas or oil  is equal lo or  greater than 60  t/tir.. in which  case no Kfflit  applies.  Dated this 13th day ol May,  1994  AT. (Al) Strang  Telephone No. (604) 664-  2265  A copy of this application was  posted at the site In accordance with the Waste  Management Regulations on  May 13,1994.  Letters of concern about this  application will be forwarded  lo the applicant.  Sunshine Coast Disposal employees begin loading 20 metric tonnes of cardboard collected from  their commercial clients since May 1, for shipping to the Lower Mainland recycling manufacturer.  The privately funded operation started out as a support for SCRAPS cardboard recycling but  became a go-it-alone operation when provincial bureaucracy stepped in. Joel Johnstone photo  Trout Lake action plan urged  The Outdoor Recreation  Advisory Committee wants the  regional district to stage a meeting between all agencies with  jurisdiction over Trout Lake, so  issues affecting the lake can be  addressed.  ,e\ 'Sunshine Coast Economic  Development Commission eco-  > nomiu developments officer Bill  Moore informed Ihe Sunshine  Coasl Regional District in a June  I letter that Ihe committee "wishes to strongly emphasize the  importance of the issues affecting Trout Lake as well as establish a plan of action to address  these issues."  The agencies and organizations wilh jurisdiction include the  SCRD, Ministry of Transportation and Highways, Ministry of  Forests, Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks ��� Waler  Management Branch, Ministry of  Health, Halfmoon Bay Water  District and the RCMP.   "A preliminary report on Trout  Lake, compiled by ORAC, notes  Ihe lake and surrounding area as  "an unmanaged, easily accessible  feature with overlapping jurisdictions and non-compatible uses  resulting in an unacceptable  recreation facility and watershed  slorage area."  Located along side Highway  101 north of Sechelt, Trout Lake  needs to be managed, and managed properly, says the ORAC  Trout Lake Proposal.  If the lake is not managed  properly, problems such as pollution in the lake from litter and  'Qthcr.jQwro.wiu soptiw, *ml,  possibly lead lo health problems,  especially wilh the lake serving  as a source of water for the  SCRD. During a June 7 SCRD  meeting, Ihe directors accepted  the letter from Moore. A meeting  will be held in the near future  between ihe agencies and organizations listed.  !     ii  I- '  !���:  J  l I  It 1  ��� I  SUNSHINE    COAST    REGIONAL    DISTRICT  iimwmMfrm  ROYAL TERRACES BUILDING, 5477 WHARF RD., SECHELT, B.C.  ���  BOX 800   VON 3AO  ���   885  2261  .CONTINUED FROM PAGE20  WORK OPPORTUNITIES  The Sunshine Coast Regional District is looking for parties  interested in providing contract custodial and maintenance  services for the Frank West Community Hall on Chaster Road  and Chaster House on Ocean Beach Esplanade. Duties  include opening and closing of building for rental purposes,  monitoring of security systems, cleaning and grounds  maintenance. Interested parties may obtain a complete list of  duties at the Regional District offices.  Proposals will be received up to Friday, July 8, 1994, Please  contact Al Silver.  The Sunshine Coast Regional District is looking for parties  interested in providing contract caretaker services for Dan  Bosch Park al Ruby Lake. Main duties will include park security  and garbage collection, and require living on site. The Regional  District will provide basic utilities and a mobile home pad. The  contracter will be required to provide their own residence and  tools. Interested parties may obtain a complete list of dulies at  the Regional District office.  Proposals will be received up to Friday, luly 8, 1994. Please  contact Al Silver.  SUNSHINE COAST RECYCLING AND  PROCESSING SOCIETY (SCRAPS)  ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING  lune 21, 1994 al 7:30 pm,  Sunshine Coast Regional District Board Room,  (5477 Wharf Road, Sechelt)  Kpynnfp Speaker:    Reilie D'Aquila  RCBC Executive Director  MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1994  INVITATION TO TENDER  INVITATION TO TENDER  The Sunshine Coast Regional District is calling for tender  submissions for the removal of gypsum waste fom the  Sechelt Landfill Site and transportation of the gypsum  waste to recycling.  The contract includes: provision of a container at the site for  collection of waste gypsum; the removal of Ihe container  when full and replacement with an empty container so that  there is always a collection container for waste gypsum at  the site; and Ihe hauling of the waste gypsum for recycling  to the New West Gypsum Inc. facility located at 20321 -  80th Avenue, Langley, BC.  Contract documents may be obtained at the offices of the  Sunshine Coast Regional Dislricl.  Sealed Tenders, plainly marked on the envelope "Tender for  the SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT ��� GYPSUM  REMOVAL AND TRANSPORTATION TO RECYCLING  FROM THE SECHELT LANDFILL SITE" will be received by the  undersigned up to 2 pm local lime on June 30th, 1994, at  which time Ihey will be opened in public.  Inquiries relating to this lender may be directed to either  S.K. Lehmann, Superintendent of Public Works or Cathy  Kenny, Solid Waste Management Coordinator at 885-2261.  The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted,  and the award of contract will he subject to funds being  legally available.  S.K. Lehmann  Superintendent of Public Works  Sunshine Coast Regional District  5477 Wharf Road  Box 800, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0  The Sunshine Coast Regional District is calling for tender  submissions for the removal of gypsum waste from the  Pender Harbour Landfill Site and transportation of the  gypsum waste to recycling.  The contract includes: provision of a container at the site for  collection of waste gypsum: the removal of the container  when full and replacement with an empty container so that  there is always a collection container for waste gypsum at  the site; and the hauling of the waste gypsum for recycling  to the New West Gypsum Inc. facility located at 20321 -  80th Avenue, Langley, BC.  Contract documents may be obtained at the offices of the  Sunshine Coast Regional District.  Sealed Tenders, plainly marked on the envelope "Tender for  the SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT ��� GYPSUM  REMOVAL AND TRANSPORTATION TO RECYCLING  FROM THE PENDER HARBOUR LANDFILL SITE" will be  received by the undersigned up to 2 pm local time on lune  30th, 1994, at which time they will be opened in public.  Inquiries relating to this tender may be directed lo either  S.K. Lehmann, Superintendent of Public Works or Cathy  Kenny, Solid Waste Management Coordinator at 885-2261.  The lowest or any tender will not necessarily be accepted,  and the award of contract will be subject to funds being  legally available.  S.K. Lehmann  Superinlendenl of Public Works  Sunshine Coast Regional Dislricl  5477 Wharf Road  Box 800, Sechell, BC VON 3A0  HOURS ��� MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY 8:00AM TO 5:00PM, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 6:00PM news  School lay offs provoke response  by Roxanne Gregory  Special education leaching  assistants (SECTA) and noon  hour supervisors met with other  CUPE members and the union  executive on Saturday lo discuss  recent lay offs, and recall measures taken by the school district.  SETA's were light lipped  about their meeting following  the district's issuance of a recall  notice slated for June 23.  Recall procedures include a  requirement by the district for  laid off workers to physically be  presenl at u mass re-hiring based  on seniority.  Among the four provisions in  a memo to staff was a statement  by assistant superintendent  Stewart Hercus.  He said, "We will assume  that any SETA or supervision  assistant not attending, or having a designate attend for Ihem,  no longer wishes to work for  this District."  At Saturday's meeting, a  SETA who asked nol to be identified said, "We need job security in order to function.  "I spoke with the district  superintendenl and he said that I  probably have a job to come  back to, but I wouldn't know  whew it was. This is a security  issue for us."  Another SETA expressed  concern that this year there was  an adversarial atmosphere  between the district and the  union, which she thought was a  result of the district's decision to  employ superintendent Johnstone's consulting company for  administration.  Efforts to reach Celia Fisher,  CUPE president, have been  unsuccessful.  In an interview Friday,  labour relations board mediator  scrtl notes  Wayne Mullins expressed some  surprise al the techniques  employed by Ihe district in the  recall.  But he said, "Many employers are involved in creative  strategies these days, and I can't  comment directly on this one  other than to say we have had no  complaints from School District  46."  Mullins said unionized  employees who felt that Iheir  union had acted in a discriminatory, arbitrary, or bad faith manner, could file a section 12 complaint with the labour relations  board.  During a June 9 Sunshine Coasl Regional District board of directors meeling, Sechelt Mayor Earl Basse brought up the issue of a foreshore sludy lor Davis Bay.  Basse wanled to know it there was joint funding available for the  SCRD and the District of Sechell for an earlier suggested $10,000  study on the Davis Bay foreshore.  When the idea was first broached aboul three years ago, Basse was  told that Sechell wasn't for Ihe sludy, while Ihe SCRD was.  Basse made it clear that Sechell is now interested in the sludy. The  directors voted to defer the issue to their finance committee for dis-  Provlnce ot Ministry of  British Columbia      Forests  THE TETRAHEDRON  LOCAL RESOURCE USE  PLANNING COMMITTEE  (LRUP)  IS HOLDING A  PUBLIC REVIEW  OF ITS RECOMMENDATIONS  SUNDAY, JUNE 26th noon - 9:00pm OPEN HOUSE  MONDAY, JUNE 27th noon - 10:00pm OPEN HOUSE  with FORMAL PRESENTATION AND QUESTION  PERIOD STARTING AT 7:30pm  at the  ROCKWOOD LODGE, SECHELT  Residents of the Sunshine Coast are encouraged to attend  In order to:  review and approve the LRUP's recommendations to establish  the Tetrahedron protected area, and  review and provide input for the future management of the  remaining study area.  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