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Array Pari lament   Buildings  VICTORIA.    B.C.  V8V   1X5  Attention:Rod Cardin  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  July 11,1994 Volume 48 Issue 28  THFJBEEK  WITHIN  ������������������������������������  Two candidates  declared in  West Howe  Sound        ft  by-election   2  Realtors  come  through with  funds for  Gibsons      *  library        i  Burning bound  to become  hot issue for  Gibsons      *  council       j  Not many  interested in  StAidan's    Q  rezoning     0  There are many  wonderful animals  waiting at the  SPCA for good  homes. Call  886-CARE     Ministry promises St. Mary's funding review  by Roxanne Gregory  MLA Gordon Wilson delivered a ray  of hope lo heallh care officials at Sl.  Mary's hospital Saturday afternoon.  In a Friday conference with the Minister of Heallh, Wilson was promised a  review of funding cuts which will cause  Sl. Mary's lo close an entire floor by Aug.  15.  The reduction in beds from 38 to 32,  after Ihe permanent closure of 11 beds in  1991, isn't justified according to hospilal  administrator Ted Wright and physician  Terry Amiel.  Bolh feel the Ministry isn'l evaluating  St. Mary's according to its own funding  guidelines. "They have said they want to  reduce the number of hospilal beds from  3.7 lo 2.75 beds per 1,000 people, across  the province, but they aren't looking at  our total population, which in ihe summer  probably averages 50,000 including summer residents and transients," said Amiel.  "And they aren't looking al our isolation. We can't share hospital beds wilh  Squamish or with Powell River, especially at night. It just isn'l possible. Coast residents are already being turned away  from lower mainland hospitals on geographical grounds alone."  Wilson acknowledged that Minister  Paul Ramsey's knowledge of the area was  limited. Ramsey hasn't been to St.  Mary's, and he assumed hospilal  resources could be shared between  Squamish and St. Mary's. Wright lold  Wilson lhat Ihe 1993/94 Hospilal Indicators Comparison report, commissioned by  Ihe Ministry of Health, identified St.  Mary's as one of the most efficient hospitals of it's size in the province.  "Our total costs per "weighted patient  day," (which includes all costs, like x-ray,  lab, etc.), is $306.42 or 13 per cent less  than the provincial average of $353.76.  And our occupancy rates for acute care  and rehabilitation beds is 83 per cent with  38 beds. That's almost 31 per cent higher  than comparable hospitals."  Linda Moseley, head of the Hospital  Employees Union (HEU), said, "Our  employees feel lhat they are being punished for our efficiency. We're paying for  those northern hospitals who only have a  50 per cenl occupancy rate."  turn to page 3  ICG  delays  continue  to fuel  unrest in  Creek  by Darah Hansen  Frustrations and anger are  running high in Roberts Creek  after continued delays block the  removal of the ICG propane  lanks from their prominent site  on ihe public beach esplanade.  "One thing we're afraid of is  people who (might) choose to  escalate the action," said James  Davidson, secretary of the  Roberts Creek Communily  Association (RCCA) in an interview ThMr%day.i4lHlr>?^tc.^.  He made ihu comment in reference to the growing hostility in  the communily lowards the continued presence of ICG Propane.  "Il's just unbelievable Ihe lack of  effort they've made to move to  Hillside (Industrial Park),"  Davidson said of the company.  Bul ICG branch manager in  Sechell, Jim VanSickle, said the  company is doing everything  toward moving Ihe tanks to Hillside without disrupting ils business by the date of its site permit  expiry July 31 or a "short time  after".  "We didn't delay on purpose." VanSickle said, adding,  "There have been a whole pile of  little (problems) thai have jusl  become a mountain."  Tension between the company and the communily has been  mounting for several monlhs  since BC Environmenl, Lands  and Parks issued an extension to  the company's site permit last  fall.  Senior lands official with the  provincial ministry, Charles Lit-  tledale, said the company was  granted an extension, al lhat  time, until July 31,1994 to allow  employees to prepare for the  anticipated move.  As thai dale draws closer,  company representatives say  things still aren't in place lo  transfer their business lo Hillside  and have considered applying lo  ihe government for another one-  month extension giving ihem lo  Ihe end of Augusi.  Bul after meeling wilh representatives of the communily  association Thursday, VanSickle  said ICG was told "flat out" they  weren't welcome in Roberts  Creek pasl the July deadline.  Litlledale said ICG has nol  yel applied lo ihe government  for a second extension to its permit although it is still possible  for Ihe company to do so wilh or  without the support of the local  government and community.  He added lhal consideration  will be given lo communily  wishes prior lo making any decisions should Ihe extension be  requested.  Meanwhile, Davidson said a  letter-writing campaign has been  set up in downlown Roberls  Creek on Saturdays to allow residents to express Iheir feelings lo  Ihe government regarding Ihe  propane lanks.  turn to page 2  Learning to Kayak  Testing the waters, a group of teenagers take their first stab at the ins and outs of kayaking.  Instructor Bodhl, in conjunction with Sunshine Kayaking, offers the program to teens to give  them the skills for a little adventuring this summer. Joel Johnstone photo  No heavy  industry  near  airport:  council  by Stuart Burnside  There will be no Industrial  Six (1-6) development near the  Sechelt and Gibsons Municipal  Airport.  At a council meeting last  Wednesday, Sechelt council  rescinded a proposed bylaw  which would have established  an 1-6 heavy industry zone near  the airport.  The rezoning would have  allowed for such things as bulk  fuel storage, asphalt production,  fish processing, auto wrecking  and warehousing, among others.  Ai a public hearing over the  proposed zone held last month,  public outcry was loud.  "Not a single person spoke  in favour of the 1-6 zone," noted  Cllr. Duncan Fraser.  Fraser, who made the motion  to rescind the proposed bylaw,  said possible damage to fish  habitat, drinking water and  farms in the area could occur  should il be allowed to proceed.  At the public hearing it was  noted that Sechelt's own planning department was against Ihe  plan.  The vote to rescind the  motion was unanimous among  the five councillors present.  Mayor Earl Basse and Cllr.  Rosina Giles were not in attendance.  "That's now a dead issue,"  said acting mayor Michael  Shanks when the vote was  taken.  Caring for environment earns own rewards  by Darah Hi  "0=  by Darah Hansen  ,ne of the real drags  Iabout being an environmentalist is thai  anytime you end up al a party  everyone wants lo talk environment," says Ric Careless, easing  back in his chair after finishing a  lunch of falafel and rice.  "They're always wanting to  find the place where you aren't  pure, where you aren't 100 per  cenl," he says, adding, "I'm jusl  a human being. I make all kinds  of mistakes."  "Yes," he admits, "I consume."  "And you leave the lights on,"  says Dona Reel, Careless' partner both at home and al work in  Ihe World Wildlife Fund, Endangered Spaces campaign office in  the basement of their Hopkins  Landing home.  And that's just the point, says  Careless, himself an award winning environmentalist. "I would  really encourage people to realize thai there is no mistake to  (environmenlalism). Il's jusl day  by day."  As someone who has spent  the belter pan of twenty years  lobbying to preserve wild spaces  all over North America, Careless  has an impressive resume.  Over Ihe years he's led III  environmental campaigns ��� the  mosi recent heing Ihe Tatshen-  shini-Alsek Wilderness Park in  1993, the world's largest international preserve at 2.5 million  acres ��� and all have been successful. In total, under the coordination of Careless, over 5.5  million acres of wilderness has  been sel aside as park space.  "That's quite the track record.  When I look al it it's very fulfilling," he says modestly, adding  his primary focus has always  been just "lo gel Ihe job done."  His determination hasn't gone  unnoticed. In 1991, Careless was  awarded the 'Environmentalist of  the Year' by the Canadian outdoors magazine Equinox, in  1992, he became the first non-  American to win Ihe prestigious  'River Conservationist of the  Year' by Perception. Inc.; and in  1993 he was recognized by  American Rivers, the lead US  rivers conservation organization  as 'Outstanding River Conservationist of Ihe Year'.  In June, 1994, among several  other awards given him earlier in  Ihe year, Careless became Ihe  first environmentalist tn he chosen for BC's highest honour, Ihe  Order of British Columbia.  Receiving Ihe Order, he says,  was "pretty special."  "I Ihink il says something ... I  think il says thai environmental  enncerns are becoming much  more mainstream in sociely."  Ric Careless  When he firsl started out  as an environmental  activist in the 1970s,  Careless was on Ihe "fringe" of  society.  He was one person among a  glowing number of baby  boomers who were rebelling  againsl mainstream sociely, trying to gel people to realize Ihe  earlh was al risk from years of  development and continued  abuse.  They rallied, they organized  blockades, there was confrontation alter confrontation wilh Ihe  government and with Ihe companies, and Ihey got things done.  Bul Carless says as far as  he's concerned, that's "old style  polarity."  turn to page 7  ;  ���  .���: Coast News, July 11, 1014  $tody Alt, THE EMJTS  and you'll agree!  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  ARE A GREAT  WAY TO  SELL THINGS!  GIBSONS 886-2622 FAX 886-7725  SECHELT 885-3930 FAX 885-3954  KIDS'  COMPUTER CAMP  Limited space ��� 7 students per class  Call Now to Register! 885-3386  SUNSWNEC0AST  COMUItRCOUiEEINC  SHBUl WSB**Sl.vWfc  -VJullev^nir^iiiuaall sumnKr  Aaimtiliiiil       Dt���Bases  Gnaikis Sprttrdwexu  IWwI/Vmi'wi/ii; KitlstiiiBiie.  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In an interview Thursday  (July 7), McNevin identified the  Gibsons bypass, ferry service  and traffic at Hillside Industrial  Park as areas of concern facing  the West Howe Sound riding.  He is a proponent of bringing  in smaller, faster ferries to  increase service lo and from the  Sunshine Coast. "II would be a  lol more convenient for the people who rely on them," he said.  McNevin said he is also concerned about the rapid growth  facing the Sunshine Coasl and  that he is interested in helping to  plan for the future. He considers  himself strong proponent of  maintaining ihe Coast's current  qualily of life.  "One government is essential," he said.  Cardinall tenders  Area F candidacy  Eric Cardinall, a 20-year resident of Wesl Howe Sound, officially announced his candidacy  Ihis week for Ihe posilion of Area  F director in the up-coming Sunshine Coasl Regional District  (SCRD) by-election, August 13.  Wilh the by-election registry  deadline dated July 8,1994, Cardinall is the first candidate to  bring his name forward to fill the  director's chair. The position was  left vacant after area director  Tony Laver announced earlier in  the year he would be stepping  down.  In an interview Tuesday (July  5), Cardinall said he is a strong  proponent of maintaining the  "small-community ambience"  found on the Sunshine Coasl.  Cardinall labelled the biggest  threat to Ihe Coast's "simpler"  lifestyle as the transference of  conveniences from urban centres  and nol accepting what we have  found (here).... Adequate social  services, yes...Loss of character  and lifestyle, no," he said.  Cardinall says he is also committed to preserving and clean-  ing-up where necessary the qualily of water across the Sunshine  Coasl - both fresh water and sea.  Other issues of concern  include waste-management and  the establishment of park space  in Ihe West Howe Sound area.  Through his years on the  Coast, Cardinall has been  involved in a number of organizations including Ihe West Howe  Sound Recreation Commission;  Gibsons Aquatic Commission;  Area F planning committee; B.C.  Ferry ad hoc committee; and the  Wesl Howe Sound Elector's  Association.  ^0%  " ���         ...  1  ���  ��� *j3  John McNevin  GARRY'S EXCAVATING  OWNER: GARRY MUNDELL  ��� Tandem Dump ��� 450 John Deere w/ Hoe  ��� Sand & Gravel ��� Septic Fields & Tanks  ��� 120 Komatsu Excavator *Repairr& Installation  BOX 18. QIBSONS 886-7099 CEL 885^232 ���  Gibsons payroll nearing $ 1 million  o  NOTICE TO RESIDENT ELECTORS AND PROPERTY  ELECTORS IN THE TOWN OF GIBSONS AND THE  ELECTORAL AREAS OF "E" (ELPHINSTONE) AND "F"  (WEST HOWE SOUND) IN THE SUNSHINE COAST  REGIONAL DISTRICT  On August 13,1994, a by-election will be held in Area T" to elect a Director to Nl the position vacated by the resignation of Tony Laver. On that date, as well, a referendum will be  held in Electoral Areas "E" and "F" and the Town of Gibsons to vote on funding for the  Gibsons Library. ���  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-registration for resident electors or voters  list prepared in advance, but those who qualify under the requirements listed below will register at the polls.  Qualifications tor i resident elector are:  (a)  (b)  (c)  (d)  (e)  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 ot registration;  a person must have resided in the area in which the vote is taking place in  accordance with Section 53 of the Municipal Act for at least 30 days immediately preceding the day of registration;  you must not be disqualified by Ihe 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:  Quallftcstlons for Property Electors are;  (a) a person must not be entitled to register as a resident elector,  (b) a person must be eighteen years of age or older on general voting day  a person MUST be a Canadian Citizen;  a person must have resided m 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 ownet 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 _______ Act or any other enactment from voting in an election  BM���MM -* Property Electora:  (a) IN ORDER TO VOTE on advance voting days or on general voting day  property electors MUST apply lor a Property Elector Certificate from the  official of the local government m which the election is being nek) on or  before July 29.1994.  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  (c)  (d)  (e)  ffl  (b)  The lown of Gibsons paid  oul nearly Sl-million in wages  lo its 32 employees in 1993.  Twelve of the town employees earned over $35,000 a year  and 20 were paid under that  wage.  A financial disclosure, made  glbsons council notes  public under ihe Financial Information Act, shows thai the  town's higher paid employees  earned from $36,130,00 to,  $64,034:57.    ' '���' '���  In total, the town paid  $549,833.24 to the 12 employees earning over $35,000 and  $383,669.27 to the other 20.  In addition, $5,803.44 in  expense money was paid out to  town fmpjoyees.  Tin  Finally, the town of Gibsons  paid oul $5,554,904.28 to various suppliers of goods and services in 1993.  Finance committee busy  A request made by the Community Services Sociely for a  $5,000 gram from the Town of  Gibsons was referred lo the lown  council's finance committee during a July 5 council meeting.  The society slated in iheir  request letter, "We have received  funding support from the District  of Sechelt and Sunshine Coast  Regional District and hope that  you will join your counterparts in  local government in supporting  the work we do on behalf of all  Sunshine Coast residents. Many  of the children and families we  serve live within the Town of  j\Rd NATIONAL  I NtSCI15O����KAlTYtTD.-ANIN0g��IDtNTMIMIIIIIIO����^  Home or  ^Property  Evaluation  For action not excuses.  Call Kenan MacKenzie  885-7810  office  Gibsons and it is our hope that  you will share the role of local  governments in supporting our  efforts to provide essential services."  Council also referred a  request for a $400 grant-in-aid  from Ihe Rockwood Centre to  their finance committee  Beauty of  beach also  a factor in  removing  ICG tanks  frontpage l  He said one of the primary  reasons for wanting Ihe tanks  removed revolves around the  issue of public safety ��� in reference to the propane trucks which  have had to drive up and down  ihe school-zoned Roberls Creek  Road wilh iheir load.  Other issues of concern  according to Davidson include  the aesthetics of the beach front  and regaining a "sensible ownership of our own domain."  Goiiu) Aw.iy  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us.  Lot jnw am �� hoar wMm  M/HalailOve  fcrfumW���Y��<lliliin��ii  iipiirHiMi HMdweUtetifcHw  CAI1SHARON 885-2228  0  ACMtMKlM-ltfltdl  ')> ll  BONKO UCENSCO MSUMO  iCwtToCcwt  m  -_____,  :���-'---.:':.  ''jfst*e\s*\e*���**������  MMuy  'Mil' Coasl News, July 11, 1994  news  Referendum required to fund library  by Ian Cobb  Southern Sunshine Coasl vol-  ers will experience deja vu Aug.  1.1  (iibsons council has given the  Library Board approval to begin  construction of Iheir new library,  bin a financial hurdle needs lo be  cleared. And thai hurdle is in the  form of another referendum.  During ihe 1993 municipal  eleclion a referendum was held  for Gibsons and Electoral Areas  li (Klphinslone) and F (Wesl  Howe Sound) in which voters  were asked if they were in favour  of paying more in taxes lo help  fund Ihe conslruction of a new  $1 -5-million library. Eighly-one  per cenl were in favor of doing  jusl lhal.  However, an error in an  advertisement detailing the referendum has forced a second referendum. "The administration of  the (Sunshine Coasl) Regional  Dislricl (SCRD) advertised the  nolice in electors incorrectly,"  said library hoard vice-chair and  chair ul Ihe building committee  John Young.  The Ministry of Municipal  Affairs has asked the board lo  conduct another official survey  ol voters lo see if ihey are still  willing to pay roughly $27 more  a year in taxes to help fund the  construclion and operating costs  of the library.  All that remains for the library  association is the money as  ihey've received permission lo  begin building.  During a July 5 meeting,  council okayed the issuance of a  Getting a little financial support, Gibsons Library board chair Ian Morrow (left) accepts $500 from  the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV). Presenting Ihe cheque is past president  REBGV Steve Sawyer (centre) and Sunshine Coast representative Rob Jardine.    Joel Johnstone photo  developmeni permit for a proposed library at Holland Park on  Soulh Fletcher Road.  "Start digging, man!" Councillor John McNevin lold Young,  in attendance al the meeting,  after council agreed lo municipal  planner Susan Stratis' development permit report and recommendations.  Yel, McNevin's jovial statement was lost on Young who  replied, "We have to get the  money firsl, all over again."  Young is clearly vexed al the  notion of having to go to another  referendum, which cosl ihe  library association $2,500 to conduct last fall.  "They said last year's referendum was void because of a simple technical error. We sent a letter of appeal lo Ms. Marzari  (Darlene, Minister of Municipal  Affairs) but their answer was  they make Ihe rules for a purpose  and they expect people to abide  to them," he said.  In a letter to SCRD chair  Peggy Connor, Ihe ministry  noted that the lack of reference lo  a bylaw (Bylaw 392, noting Ihe  authorization of a loan) in the  advertising of the referendum, as  required in the Municipal Act,  made the November '93 results  illegal. The ministry letter, dated  June 22, stales that under the  Municipal Act a counter-petition  process "is a valid, well-recognized method of assent."  However, the Library Board  rejected that longer route during  a meeting in late June and has set  Aug. 13, 1994 as Ihe date for the  referendum.  If the referendum results again  favor Ihe library, invitations for  tender will be taken starting  August 15 and construction  should begin in late September.  Skea given deadline for boat shed removal  George Skea has until July 14 to remove  the contentious boal shed from his Hopkins  Landing properly or else the Sunshine Coast  Regional Dislricl (SCRD) will lake it down  for him.  That's according lo SCRD administrator  Larry Jardine who said the SCRD is prepared to send equipment down lo remove Ihe  boal shed should Skea fail to "voluntarily"  remove it by the mid-July deadline.  ... : i. ;u'- -/        lil bi nl ���������" la  oi luo blaq mm  The pending demolition of the shed is the  result of a court injunction granted to the  regional board lasl week by the BC Supreme  Court. The injunction makes il illegal for  anyone to interfere wilh (he shed's removal.  In April, Skea foiled early attempts by the  SCRD to remove the shed by blocking his  driveway so Ihe necessary equipment  couldn't reach the destination.  Skea's shed ��� constructed to house a  fll   a mule    I il\   r-i.i lam kliW n< fll   ���  102 fool wooden boal Skea is building by  hand ��� was ordered demolished by the  SCRD last year aflei he failed to get a proper  building permit.  Meanwhile, Skea is now required to pay  for legal and other costs incurred by the  SCRD during the on-going battle to have it  removed. Jardine estimated those costs so far  at $2,800, nol including the legal bill which  has yet lo be tabulated.  AtJUoA^tbecsU  Ji)\ Buckerf ield's  Complete Line of Animal Feed  ��� Finch Mix ���  ��� Md Bird Mix ���  .��� Peanuts* Niger*  ��� Cockatiel Mix ���  ��� Canary Mix ��� Millet and Sunflower Seeds '  ��� Pigeon Mix ��� Parrot Food ��� Budgie Mix ���  (jfor all pour feathered friends  Hours : Mon. - Sat. 9   6  MASON HILLS FEED SUPPLY  SHS2 Mason Road, West Sechelt 885-9754  J*11j ftftjtrlnn  .OPEN DAILY  Located 15 minutes  North of Sechelt  in the heart of Secret Cove  Come and enjoy our great food  and the best view on the Coast!  Featuring Live Entertainment  Friday & Saturday  Bar, Dining Room & Deck  Serving lunch from 11am  Dinner Menu from 5pm  Sunday Brunch starts at 10am  885-7184  Burning issue spreads to Gibsons  by Ian Cobb  The hot issue of slash and  hack-yard trash burning has  spread from Sechelt lo Gibsons.  Two letters strongly noting  opposition lo burning were  attached lo Ihe (iibsons Town  Council's July 5 regular council  meeting agenda.  "Summei is here, our doors  and windows are open, we have  a greal many days when the wind  is hardly blowing and yet people  are slill burning iheir garbage,  not just garden waste, but plastic  bags, bones, pampers, dog excrement and who knows what all in  those awful burning barrels in  Iheir backyards,"a letter written  from resident Dale Wilson reads.  He wenl on lo plead wilh  council lo enact a "total ban" on  burning and suggests Ihe town  establish one day in Ihe week  One more  year of  hospital cuts  possible  from page I  Although Sl. Mary's is  receiving $359,000 from the  Closer to Home Fund, community programming isn'l sufficiently developed lo bear Ihe  burden Ihe downsizing of beds  will cieale.  "We are already turning  patients away, and for people  who arc terminally ill, much of  their care is going to become  the responsibility of the family," said Amiel. "We have a  number of elderly people living  alone, or wilh minimal support  and ihere jusl aren't services in  place to look alter Ihem."  \\ nghi is hoping lhat the  Closer lo Home Fund may provide some bridging funding for  Sl Mary's prior lo a review,  and he's hoping Wilson will be  able lo gel Ihe review process  slarled soon  ��� The thing lhal worries me is  lhal Ihis is only Ihe second year  in a three year downsizing program I don'l know whal we can  cul next veai."  when Ihe public can "foul our  precious air" through burning.  Resident Joan Ostry also  asked council to consider banning burning in ihe residential  areas of town. "Smoke is nol  only unpleasant bul dangerous  for some people," she points out.  According lo Gibsons councillor John McNevin, however,  the town has been unable lo prevent burning "because there  presently is no alternative available to residents."  "The Sunshine Coasl has to,  as a group, come up with an  alternative to burning. We have  lo come up with a workable solution," said mayor Eric Small.  During a June 30 inter-gov-  ernmenl meeling between representatives of the Sunshine Coasl  Regional District (SCRD),  Sechelt and Gibsons, a solution  was posed by Ihe Sechelt Environment Committee.  Commiltee chair Rosina Giles  said marshalling yards should be  sel up in selected areas of the  Coasl. People could transport  Iheir debris lo these yards where  il would be sorted and dealt with  in a more organized fashion.  "We have lo have cohesive-  ness with all of us," Giles said of  Sunshine Coast governments  working together to make a solution happen. "We are told when  you're going along the Strait you  (sometimes) can'l see Sechelt for  all the smoke," she said. "It's a  health hazard."  SCRD chair Peggy Small said  the regional government has  been looking inlo ihe idea of  marshalling yards and has identified areas where they could be  established.  Elphie's Cabaret  presents  live  music  with  pirate IS>ome  ;lfamflp fm  W- WIN "THE TREASURE WEEKEND" W  7  Thursday, July 14 ��� Friday, July 15 ��� Saturday, July 16  Contest  FrHiy Jul* llni  [Ut ChiIiWi Willing  Spectator* and Contestants welcome.  aiso ivsnuiM mum is count.  Splashdown Park,  Tsawwassen  Family Day Pass   r  plus an  overnight stay  at the  Best Western Hotel  ENTRY FORM  PHONE # # OF PEOPLE IN FAMILY  I INTER AT ANY QIBSONS PARK PLAZA MERCHANT  DEADLINE JULY 22/94  I Coast News, lulvU, 1994  opinion  Tourniquet  needed for  St. Mary's  funding loss  So the provincial health ministry is going to review  funding for St. Mary's. Let's hope so.  Given the size and growth of the Sunshine Coast it  simply doesn't make sense that the ministry is going to  continue its present course of funding cuts and bed  reductions in the hospital.  As of Aug. 15, an entire floor at St. Mary's will be  closed. And there will be corresponding staff cuts.  Following that, the ministry is on track to commit  another year of funding atrocities to the hospital.  According to MLA Gordon Wilson, the man ultimately responsible for the cuts, Health Minister Paul Ramsey,  isn't even aware that the Sunshine Coast is for all intents  and hospital-purposes a closed community.  The scenario gets even worse when one learns,  according to St. Mary's Dr. Terry Amiel, that many  Coast patients aren't welcome in Vancouver hospitals...  they have their own funding cuts to worry about.  If there is a bit of hope to be found in the scenario, it  comes from St. Mary's administrator Ted Wright, who  says he's optimistic "someone in the provincial government is listening."  Still, there seems to be little that can be done at this  point except to keep pressure on the government in what  ever little way deemed possible. Like writing letters to  Mr. Ramsey voicing our displeasure.  Another way is by signing the petition currently circulating on the Coast to halt further funding cuts.  It is a small enough gesture in itself, but if Wright is  right and someone is listening, sometimes the collective  voice of a community carries loud and far.  Regional board  shines with  slack-lustre sheen  The Sunshine Coast Regional District should be taken  to task at this point for not making available financial  information the provincial government requires them to  make public under the Municipal Act.  June 30 is a date set by the provincial government for  all BC municipalities to reveal salaries and expenditures  incurred in their operation based on that year's budget.  Both Sechelt and Gibsons have been forthcoming with  the information, but the SCRD has pleaded that it needs  more time, possibly as much as two weeks.  How is it that the Coast's largest government body, the  one with the most employees at its disposal, hasn't made  the effort to comply with provincial dictates?  From the SCRD's perspective, they might say that is  the very reason... that they are so big they require more  time.  Hokum. Larger government bodies like Vancouver and  Surrey have managed to come up with the information  because they are required to by law.  This is a responsibility, not a favour, guys, so get it  done.  letters  Change of heart?  Is Councillor Fraser changing  his mind about the Tong property, aka Trail Bay Park?  At a gathering of about 70 to  100 people, counting the  strollers-by, on Saturday July 2,  Ruth Houle, who had just talked  to Duncan Fraser, came to the  mike and gasped, "There is  hope. Councillor Fraser just  indicated to me he had second  thoughts about this development."  The feeling was lhat it is not  loo late lor Ihe highly suspect  and unreasonably rushed decision to be turned around.  There are many grounds for  keeping the property in the pub-  tic use.  The property has Heritage  value, on geological, archaeological, cultural, historical and  spiritual grounds. This had been  eloquently argued in pasl by  resident s such as Pat Chamberlain, president of the Trail Bay  Park Society, history writer  Rosella Leslie, and Joe Guilbert,  from ihe Sechelt Indian Band.  This was repeated on Saturday  in yel more detail by Phil  Makow, president of the Sechelt  Heritage society.  The legitimate OCP Committee, now disbanded by Council,  designated the Tong property as  a Park lasl February, based on  recommendations by sub-committees made of a cross-section  of Sechelt residents. When Ihere  is such a strong hit from a legitimate representation of the con  stituency, is it not utterly irresponsible for an elected Council  not to take a serious look at the  i issue in question?  Have Sechelt councillors  done their homework? Have  they looked at their responsibility towards pedestrian and park  infrastructure as they do for  highways, car circulation, parking space? Current priorities  lean dangerously towards car  concerns.  Have they looked at the kinds  of area-specific urban public  spaces needed to seduce tourists  to stay for another hour and  another meal in the downtown  area - instead of quickly grab  goods (where they are most concentrated* ie the mall) and go?  ;���, The enjoyment of ocean view  find beachside uses are the foremost tourism resource Sechelt  has. How utterly strange to turn  away from it, to give it away to  a few privileged residents for  the only sake of a little increase  in the tax base. This approach is  the exact opposite of sustainable  development the world over is  now trying to foster.  Could it not be part of an  economic strategy - for bolh  Sechelt and the SCRD to look at  creating a hierarchy of pleasant  places lo walk through and  enjoy? Is this approach not one  that would attract more shoppers, more investors - instead of  just more condos, more live-in  population, and less treed public  places to support the needs and  expectations of that added population?  Has the SCRD done its  homework? Has it looked at its  mandate of retaining public  space deemed to be used by oil):  ers than Sechelt residents? No  wonder there is such a mess  among the tourism sector. No  plan, no strategy, no thinking!  Has the provincial govern-  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunahine Coast News  Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.  V0N1V0  ment looked at the way Sechelt  council has dealt with the issue,  its gross mismanagement of  public money through sheer narrow-mindedness? Nancy Baker  mentioned the example of West  Vancouver, a municipality  which was not so long ago the  size of this part of the Sunshine  Coast, and is now in the process  of buying back one of its high-  rises to be demolished in order  to create a park. Another man  who spoke at the gathering  reminded the crowd that Porpoise Bay Park was bought just  a few years ago for the too great  a sum, at the time, of $26,000.  Will it be cheaper in a few years  lo buy Mr. Tong's developed  property, after public outcry in ...  front of a fait accompli? Just .  imagine, closing downtown  Sechelt off from the ocean,  those condos, to be built by the  same architect who who gave us  such an environmentally sensitive piece of architecture as the  Gibsons Motor Inn!  Councillors, take a few minutes everyday, go and contemplate the sea at Trail Bay Park.  Watch the difference those few  moments will make in your  political life, your social life,  your love life. Multiply thai by  the numbers of population and  then give the properly a mark  that comes from your heart. It  will be easier for you to find the  will and the money to buy it  back, and quickly.  GENEVIEVE  LEMARCHAND  Roberts Creek  Of birthdays and the relevance of the written word  In the beginning there was light. A naked 100-  watt bulb to be exact, flickering over the head of  one Alan Alsgard. His idea, to start a newspaper  serving a hodge-podge scattering of communities -  most accessible only by boat - in the region known  as the Sunshine Coast.  That was almost SO years ago and his idea has  since proven its relevance and a certain rubber-  ball-like resilience. The Coast News turned 49-  years-old last week. Forty-nine years of covering  the Coast in all its various and sundry (and often  sordid) details.  In leafing through the archives of the paper one  can follow a gradual acceleration of life on the  Coast. Indeed, in the paper's early days, the winds  of change must have seemed a gentle breeze.  In the mid-1940s, most of 'hard' news dealt  with the Second World War and its fallout. Much  of the remainder consisted of details surrounding  great chicken escapes or the antics of the occasional rabid dog.  And there were gossip columns disguised under  a virtually transparent journalistic veil as community interest stories ... The kind of stories that today  would dance dangerously close to the edge of libel,  but which are marked by an intimacy that is only  I .J  cane raised  * <*.  achieved through being on a first name basis with  an entire lown. Well, the Coast was a smaller and  some would say friendlier place back then and if  there was a certain creative license applied  between the lines of Coast News scribes, who was  to complain?  Now, we live in a hurricane of change. The  Coast has grown in the lasl len years and continues  to grow at a head-spinning pace, and the paper and  its contents have evolved in tandem, including giving birth to ihe Weekender a little over two years  ago.  Since this is my first column as editor of the  Coast News and Weekender, I'll touch briefly on  where 1 see the papers going as we head into our  stuart burnside  SOth year.  Relevance is what we are after.  This means we will continue covering all the  stories, events and happenings around the Coasl as  we have always done ... the bake sales, parades and  ihe sports, and the grapplings and grumblings of  our various governments. We'll continue to document all the local issues, to chart the Coast's growing pains and to provide a forum for public debate.  This is what it means to be the paper of record.  Beyond covering the news basics, however, our  goal at this point is put more effort into covering  the larger issues affecting Coast life - in-depth  exploration and reporting on major Coast concerns  like watershed management, forestry and commu  nity health issues.  As well, we'll look more deeply into the situations where life begins to fray, situations involving  the family that are rarely spoken of but demand to  be aired.  The issues, the readers and the reporters all benefit from this kind of journalism - the issues get  explored in a way and in a depth that does them  justice, the readers get to understand all sides of an  issue and appreciate for themselves the relevance,  and the reporters get to delve deeply into important  topics, which is what most journalists enter the  profession with dreams of doing.  ll makes for informed communities and it confirms our value as the community's voice.  Fortunately, we have an excellent staff of  reporters with Darah Hansen, Ian Cobb and now  Jane Seyd, whose byline will again grace the pages  of the Coast News and Weekender beginning with  the next issue. And of course there is Joel Johnstone, whose photographs speak for themselves  (about a thousand or so words per) and touting his!  abilities would only service redundancy.  ' So off we go, riding Alan Alsgard's lOO-i  flash of inspiration into the future. Lei us know  whal you think.  COAST^NEWS  Subscription (tare* tor  tlte- Coast Ne���a or en* Weekender  Canada: I yeai ��� Jr> �� $2.45CST��� $17.45  l> months ��� $21) t $1.40GST" $21.40  rnreign: 1 year ��� $M)|NoGST]  Rett No. 4702  Thi- Sunshine Coast New* is puMished on  Ihe Sunshine Coast, B.C. every Monday by  Glasslord tress lid.  Cibsons Office ��� S37 Cruet* lane  Bo�� 41,0. Gibsons, B.C., VON IVO  IW WI mb-lh'l. Fax (604) KM, 77.",  Sechflt Office  S71I ComieSl.  Box u, Sechell. B.C.. VON IA0  (mmi tanno,  Fax IMMI US 1954  Publisher  Safe* Manager  Ao\ertstng  Representative!  Othce Manager  Office Stall  Gibaona  GaryHebert  Simons Cartysle-Smtth  avdsrOffdsnson.  Mnca E*nondi. 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I signed up for baseball because my boy likes to  play After seeing "The Sandlol"  he has since romanticized Ihe  game Ihe camaraderie, Ihe casual sense ol belonging, Ihe feeling of being blessed with some  unique ability, wailing to be dis-  covered.  I in ambivalent about comne-  iilnin pari ol me absolutely condemns ii as one of our major  problems. To me, competition is -  the basis of whal I call The War  Model, a societal structure  which engenders violence,  racism and sexism Ihrough the  incessant judgement of the other  - as belter or worse.  Another voice in me - well, 1  was raised in a huge family and  mountains of things  "We love this room too much to trust tt to an amateur...  Colt bos 40 years of experience  and a written guarantee."  J,  ���mJ-  &*f}  n>^��&.  ��*v  *)  SAVI] ll1 TO 30% This week only  Dram r\. < at in I. liliiuls \ Ana Kui; ( Itanini;  instinctively, I competed for  everything I needed: fond, love,  attention. So pari of me is here,  and pan of me is in the other  world, hoping for somelhing  better.  Last year was fun. As a first  year Tadpole Mum, I considered  myself a hero lo sil through wel  games al dusk in the early  spring. On sunny days, I gol out  my sunscreen and my camera,  savoring Ihe casual hours spent  outdoors wilh absolutely nothing to do bul dodge Ihe odd foul  ball. I gol lo know the other  mums. I witnessed Ihe development of all our sons and daughters as Ihey rotated positions and  learned the skills of Ihe game. I  whistled, I clapped, I ya-hooed  when anyone on any team did  anything. I learned "good eye"  and "way to watch 'em".  This year was...interesting.  Hardball. My sons was assigned  a team in Gibsons. Every game  was a minimum IS minute  drive, and Ihere were only two  other mums close enough for  carpooling. Although our team  was Number One, or maybe  because of il, lowards the end of  Ihe season, we all had trouble  coming up with a reason lo  schlep lo Langdale or Brolhers  afler a long day. Are you having  fun? Are your skills as a player  improving?  Personally, Ihere were a few  conundrums. At the first practice, our coach lold us he liked  lo win. Knowing this, why did I  slay on? Well, his daughter was  ^*Jdff  Drapery cleaning ��� Free take down and re-installation, parallel pleats, even hems, no shrinkage.  Carpel cleaning ��� Powerful mobile unit restores color and extends carpel lite.  Blind cleaning - cloth vertical and Venetian styles, cleaned with utlra sonics  Area rug cleaning. ��� Individually cleaned, including line Oriental rugs.  30&  Experience you can trust, since 1962  PHONE FOR FREE IN-HOME ESTIMATE  MON-SAT. TILL 6P.M.   aas-2787   caitlin hicks  a crackerjack player who could  pilch, field and run. As a woman  who played a timid volleyball  game as a pre-teen, il was  thrilling lo see a young girl  dressed up in baseball clothes,  throwing a ball like she was  born wilh a glove.  And I liked the coach. He  knew Ihe game, and his style  was charismatic. He hud a greal  manner wilh Ihe kids, encouraging bul firm, and if a player  made a mistake he pointed oul  why, so Ihe child could learn. I  had certainly witnessed enough  coaches screaming al kids  whom I knew were Irying their  best in a high pressure situation.  This would be a good experience for my son: he'd have a  chance lo play wilh a girl who  exploded Ihe myth thai girls  throw like girls, and he'd have a  good role model as a coach.  As a ten year old my partner  was on the all-star team in his  small town, so he knew the  game. And we could both sec  pretty quickly thai in Ihis  jeague, the emphasis was not  playing for fun, or even playing  lo learn, like Coach Pitch. Hardball is a pitcher's game. There's  nol a lol of activity in the outfield, sometimes in Ihe infield. It  hurts when you gel hil. Don't  kid yourself: a lot of firsl year  Mosquitoes at bal aren't thinking about how hard Ihey can hit  Ihe ball, they're putting their  best face on againsl the "angst"  over being hil by a hardball.  And since most kids are learning  letters  lo pilch, there are a lol of kids  who gel hil.  If you're a first year player,  and you don'l make il as a pitcher, you don't gel to play nearly  as much as coach's first pick  players. Positions are not rotated  all around. My son got lo play  third base at Ihe beginning of  Ihe season, and he was a good  fielder, but towards the end, he  and a few other first year players routinely sat oul every other  inning, the maximum number  allowed by the league. The only  rotation he experienced was left  or right field.  In a league wilh 40 learns,  why are so many learns in  Coach Pilch? Alter Mosquito, it  falls off, some leagues have  only Ihree and lour teams! I  heard many a Mum complain:  It's no fun Ihis year! Why can'l  we have learns in our own  town? How ahoul a softball  league? I also heard of hot tempers in this area, Irying very  hard to protect Ihe competitiveness of the game. For whal?  Maybe one or two kids who  were coached since Ihe age of  five will ever get a crack al The  Big League. Docs lhal mean we  slot everybody's kid into a  league lhat serves as backdrop  for those Iwo kids?  Ten year-old players who sil  out every possible inning don't  feel valuable, respected, or  included on Iheir team. They  understand how Utile ihey contributed to the celebrated win.  They get it: winning is not jusl  important, it's everything. My  son's fists were filled wilh Iwo  trophies today, as the sun's early  evening colour made winners  and losers alike seem rich.  Another player, who also routinely sat out Ihe maximum  number of innings said, as if she  were reading my mind, "It's  only a trophy!"  One or two gripes  Any two or mors seivices ordered*! ths same this. 8avs 30% on each. .*, j       ferry Traffic - Overload cars  lined up Port Mellon highway,  Marine and North Road waiting  to gel into ferry parking lot. All  this wilh a large empty gravel  base lot that is for employees  only.  Why not open Ihe gravel lot  to iwo parked cars and use all  the presenl blacktop for a couple  of hundred cars? If this is too  hard to regulate, may I suggest  lo the powers lhal be, jusl ask  your children to explain il lo  you.  Who was Ihe bright guy or  girl that changed the blinking  red light lo a steady red - I'm  talking aboul ihe traffic light on  a through highway.  Cars coming up from the  ferry 40 feet apart all day keep  that light red - eight out of 10  CHAMBERLIN  GARDENS  %k  Lawn & Garden Show  Sunday July 17th ��� 10-4  ��� PLANT SALE ���  ��� CRAFT SHOW ���  ��� TIM CLEMENTS ���  Handcrafted lawn &patlo furniture  ��� MASTER GARDENER CLINIC ���  Answers to your  gardening questions  ��� WORM COMPOSTING ���  ��� BACKYARD COMPOSTING ���  ��� KELLY'S LAWNMOWER ���  Lawnmowers, chippers  & weedeaters  ROOM FOR MORE  EXHIBITORS & CRAFTS  CALL 886-9889  lots of annuals & veggies still available  July 17 is Recycling .Day  Bring in your old plastic pots & trays  times thai I have been stopped  there, there was ample time to  stop, look and proceed safely.  By-Pass - Payne, Henry or  Conrad.  Whal a crock. Lei's connect  Ihe phase one, Ihen proceed with  the two and three.  I came down the Lower Road  from Molly's Reach, a sign on  Ihe side of Ihe road said, "Ferry  traffic use North Road." Ask  any stranger from Saskatchewan  lo New York, "Where is the  North Road?" Ok! Lei's pretend  we are from Ihere - we know  ferry's run on water and that's  on our right side, so we drive all  the way lo the ferry looking for  "North Road".  More beef - for three years  me and some of my neighbours  have tried to get a ditch fixed  and filled al ihe south end of  Thompson Streel at Langdale.  The reason it can nol be done is  because ihere is no money to do  il.  Nowhear Ihis - please put in  Ihe drain pipe and wc will do the  rest with wheel barrows. Over  the last Ihree years some of my  neighbours have paid cash to  truck away unwanted landfill, in  fact the closest lot, soulh end,  wants to gel rid of his surplus  dirt.  Meanwhile a senior citizen  there pays $10 per hour to cut  the mess on his frontage.  Some say if we do Ihe work,  il will lake wages from those  lhat should, but we never will  fill that ditch.  I am 76 years old now and  would like to see the only mess  on beauliful Thompson Road  brought up to Ihe same standard  as Ihe rest of Ihe streel.  K.M. GUSTAFSON  Gibsons  1 CLOSING OUT  ��� OFF  $100,000  WORTH OF  MERCHANDISE  Last Day July 15/94  Store Fixtures Also for Sale  BARGAINS GALORE  10-6 MON-SAT, SUN 11-5  886-0919  m  ^  ih  mm environment  BC Spaces office staff Carleen Lay (lelll Ric Careless (cenlre) and Dona Reel, in their Granthams  Landing home/operations cenlre. Joel Johnstone pholo  Careless hoping to broaden  scope of green movement  from page 1  Now lhat the environmenl  is so bedrock in society,  by applying other tools  such as negotiation, lobbying,  and creative land use planning,  "we can get an awful lot of whal  we want."  Careless uses by way of  example recent negotiations he  was involved with which resulted in Ihe preservation of 150,000  acres near Banff National Park in  Alberta. "We solved lhat issue in  ahoul six monlhs ihrough low  profile, behind the scenes negotiations," he says. And though neither the conservationists nor the  foresl companies got perfection,  "we got a deal lhat both sides can  live wilh... and I believe we can  gel a lol more of thai kind of  ihing."  Sometimes, he agrees, protest  can he a good thing. In fact,  sometimes ils Ihe only way to  get Ihe people in power to take  notice of an issue.  "I don't want lo dispel Ihe  impoilance of Ihe folks who  have the conviction to go out on  the roads. I ihink we have lo  have lhat muscle," he says. "Bul  in the end I ihink we can do a  whole lot more from working on  the inside, by framing legislation  ... that type of Ihing."  "It's time to bring Ihe environmental communily into the  21st century, "he adds. "We're  slill stuck, I think, in a lol of tac  tics which are increasingly oul of  date.  "I doubt I'll lead another  campaign on a specific area like  I did on the Tat(shenshini),"  Careless says, drawing near the  conclusion of the interview.  "I've done enough of that."  That whole era is coming to  an end, he says. No longer is Ihe  focus on saving one valley, (hen  moving on to the next.  Wilh Ihe program he's  involved with now, Endangered  Spaces, wilh WWF, Ihe push  instead is lo preserve a whole  system of wilderness spaces.  "I want to make sure future  generations aren't just caught in  a world of survival bul Ihere will,  in fact, be places which will  inspire, wild places which will  be central to the human spirit,"  he says.  So far BC is the most receptive province in Canada  towards the Endangered  Spaces project. "This is an ideal  place for someone like me,"  Careless says fondly.  More of his energy too is  moving towards helping to "professionalize" the environmental  movement. Careless wants to see  il better coordinated, belter organized, more efficient.  "I think one of the things we  have to do in (he environmental  communily is find the means to  come into conlact wilh a far larger number of people who obvi  ously care a lot about the environment than we have been," he  says. "The only way we are  going lo really make il through  this as a civilization, as a society,  is for environmcntalism lo  become as mainstream in our  thinkings and our attitudes as  business and economics is."  Part of the plan to bring about  this kind of global environmental  consciousness is Ihrough the promotion of cnvironmentalism as a  career outside of high school.  "That doesn't jusl mean  working wilh companies or wilh  Ihe government," Careless says,  but, like himself, finding work in  a non-profit capacily.  "I suspect it's something you  will never get rich at," he says,  "that's certainly nol why I, or  people who do this kind of work,  do Ihis. Bul il will be very  rewarding."  Il's been by taking this long-  term view of the future that  Careless has managed to keep  Ihe goals of the environmental  movement in perspective. Big  changes don't come about over  nighl bul Ihey will come, he  knows.  "I consider myself an arbitrary optimist," he says.  "I have the choice to be an  optimist or a pessimist. I may as  well be an optimist because lhat  worst that can happen is I'll be  wrong..and I don't believe I am  going to be wrong."  Mill seeks air permit amendment  Howe Sound Pulp and Paper  (HSPP) has applied lo Ihe Ministry of Environment, Lands and  Parks lo amend a permit governing the emissions one of Ihe  mill's burners.  HSPP is asking the permit be  amended to allow for a higher  salt content in the wood material  or hog fuel burned.  During a presentation lo Gibsons council July S, HSPP's  superintendent of air issues Al  Strang said the mill has applied  for the amend because its hog  fuel precipitator has been modified to "compensate for high salt  ash and lo help lower stack particulate emissions."  The mill is asking the ministry  lo remove a requirement lhal air  paniculate emissions, sel for 80  milligrams per cubic metre  including salt, lo be changed to  SI) milligrams per cubic metre  excluding the sail.  The burner is designed lo deal  effeclivley wilh a "one per cenl"  sail content in the hog fuel,  Strang told council, bul because  much of ihe mill's burning material is brought in via the ocean or  spends lime submerged in salt  waler belore being shipped, the  sail percentage in Ihe hog fuel  has been as high as Ihree and  one-hull per cenl.  "Unfortunately, we don't meel  those levels (80 mg/cubic metre  inc. salt) on a consistent basis,"  Strang said. "Instead of 99 per  cenl removal we gel like 90 per  cenl" of salt removed in Ihe burner. "We've made several modifications lo our equipment and we  feel it's performing to the best  we can make it," he added.  Strang said there is "no environmental impact" on the salt  content in Ihe particulate matter  released into the air "other lhan  ihe plume."  In fact, he said, tests taken al  three areas of Wesl Howe Sound  and in Gibsons show the mill is  no longer the major supplier of  particulate in the community.  Strang said an increase in population and a subsequent increase in  wood stove use and other forms  of burning such as backyard  incinerators and slash piles are  pulling more pollution into Ihe  air lhan HSPP.  Following Strang's presentation, mayor Eric Small asked if  the mill wanted Gibsons' support  in iheir bid. "We'd be very happy  if you would do lhal," Strang  said, but added lhat he was making Ihe presentation only for the  information of council.  When asked if he expected  any problems in getting the permit amendment, Strang said,  "Things are going quite well and  we don'l anticipate any major  hurdles."  ont H0H8 PH��n>  CUSTOM / BLACK & WHITE  E & E PHOTOGRAPHY  Gibsons Landing ��� 886-4586  The most comprehensive service available on the Coast!  VINYL SIDING  AHurnhum SofflH. Patb Covws 4 Railing*  MnyfSumfctffloorinB, WMows i HandmilCowrinjs.  ALWEST  HOME SERVICES  "#106-5530 Wharf St. SecheH  IN REAfl OF NEW WHARF ST. PLAZA  VISIT OUR SHOWROO��AN\TIME   Jim Bain 1854572  Sea Cavalcade Craft Fair  July 22. 23 8c 24th  lone 8860194 or 885-4882 for information  GRAND OPENING SALE  Ashley's  Books & Records  July 9th - 16th  $  20% OFF  m ALL STOCK  '   /   -em*. <-'yt_/*_t?t~r% * ���  i J^iiuri     % ;��! Large Selection of Quality  ^t^L"       '-' Used Books, Records, Tapes,  t    >#,-  9m    *   -���  5500 Trail Ave., Sechelt 885-8952  CDs & Framed Prints  Bistritt of JktjjfU  P.O. Box 129,5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0 Telephone (604)885-1986 Fax: (604) 865-7591  MUNICIPAL MEMO  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.  ["Committee Meeting Dates n  i  i  July 1994  I Finance and Corporate Services  Committee  Wednesday, July 13th at 2:00 pm  New Load Covering  Bylaw  Sechelt has adopted a new Load  Covering Bylaw that requires all loads of  sand, gravel, earth, millwood or sawdust  delivered in Sechelt to be completed  covered with a tarpaulin.  j Planning Committee  I Tuesday, July 26th at 1:30 pm, to be  I followed by the Environment Committee  ! Community Liaison Committee  I Wednesday, July 27th at 2:30 pm, to be  I followed by the Economic Development  'Committee  Clip 'n' Sav*^-  LASER EYE SURGERY  for NEAR & FARSIGHTED VISION  The physicians and staff of London Place Eye Centre, the first clinic in British  Columbia to correct nearsightedness, are pleased to announce that we are now  the first clinic in Canada to correct farsightedness.  Since 1985, London Eye Place Centre has been dedicated to the surgical  correction of your vision. With more than 9.000 procedures performed,  London Eye Place Centre is proud of its experience in refractive eye surgery.  At London Place Eye Centre, we feel education is essential for our patients to  make an informed decision about their vision needs. That is why we hold  educational seminars to explain the alternatives to glasses or contact lenses.  Plan to attend an informative, one-hour session that will explain the benefits of  laser eye surgery. Or call us to receive our information package concerning  refractive laser eye surgery.  JULY 14, 1994 ��� 7pm  DRIFTWOOD INN  SECHELT  HPB Investigational Device  I  Name  Address  I  City/Prov.  I  To book your attendance in Sechelt call 1-526-2020 or 1-800-668-7483 I  Fax this coupon to 1-522-6579 I  = 1    I  Postal Code.  Phone #  London Place Eye Centre Inc.  91812th St., New Westminster, BC V3M 6B1  I 91812th St., New Westminster, BCV3M6B1       COAST 1       I  WOW!  ... and to think I  read it in the  Coast News!  COAST^NEWS  PROUDLY SERVING THE  SUNSHINE COAST SINCE 1945. Loast News, luly II, 1444  ��� ��� ���  = ������  �� THE LITTLE STORE  k     THAT GREW!     0  = NEW LOCATION ��� NEW STOCK =  D  <FXTRAS  JL*, IMPORTS  Open 7 days a week  5498 Tiail Ave., Sechell  885-6460    08! TW  D  = ������  ��� am  community  rolierts creek  I  THREE SPECIAL BUNDLES OF HEARTFELT THANKS!  V  i  i^^^A^Ll/^Hh 1��  To Dorl Dempster, Sherry Loltz  & local merchants, for the wonderful  baby shower on June 12 for  our three new babies!  lhanks include: Twigs flowers, llayslde Sawmills,  Cbamberltn Gardens, Kinsmen, zippers, SuperValu,  Pharmasave, Claytons, Ixiurie lllakley of Discovery  Toys, Eve 6 Dvldre & Jennifer alj's Unisex, Heitmans,  Dockside, Upstairs Downstairs, Sailtsh (the Purolater  guy), Show Piece (iatlery, Dargatz Glass, Mary's  Variety, Grandma's Toy Ilox, JH's Cosy Corner, Radio  Shack, Simpson Chiropractic, All Occasion flowers &  Plants, Graham Walker, Gibsons Pet Poods, Coast  Hooks. Webber Photo, Dollar Plus, landing Computer  Systems, Metz Appliances, Ted Peters, E&li  Photography. Kern's, Hranka's Boutique, Patra's,  Rainbow Collections, Hallmark Cards, For Olde Times  Sake, All llaba's. Hair a Van, Good Times Are Hair,  Cedars Pub, GBS, Pronto's. Cathy's Home Cleaning,  Sew China Kitchen, IGA, Subway, De Dutch  Pannekoek House. Andy's, Credit Union, Silks 6 Lace,  Christine's Gifts. Dale's Auto Clinic, Jeannie's Gifts &  Gems, Sunshine Coast Insurance Agencies, CIRC,  Wishful Thinking. Untie & Gwens, Color Your World,  Howe Sound Pharmacy, Royal Hank, Hillside  Restaurant, lye-Deal Optical, Walt's Automotive &  Tlte Hank of Montreal.  THANKS AGAIN!  Kim, BUI, Cta, Rhonda,  Blair & Shannon Edmonds  "Ha^ ^a^ir tih-t <4  bv Kuthurine Trueman  885-2282  If you have driven by Ihe  Creek Flemenlary school recently, you will have noticed the turf  has now been laid. The newly  laid turt will lake the entire summei to rool and establish itself in  readiness lor activity in September. Therefore, the field is OKF  LIMITS during Ihe summer so  lhal frequent watering and no  activity will enable Ihe rools lo  become established.  Library News  ll would be hard lo live on the  Coasl and nol know thai Ihe Festival of Ihe Written Arts will be  upon us a monlh from now.  While you wail, why nol do a Utile homework? The Roberls  Creek Library has a shelf full of  books by Festival authors, on  your lell as you enter the library  and Ihere are more selections on  Ihe way.  Summer Art Classes  The Sunshine An Studio  Summer Art School is now  accepting pre-regislralion for one  week sessions Monday to Friday  beginning Ihe week of July 11  Ihrough to Aug. 20. The school  offers a lull day program from 10  lo 3 or iwo hours per day from  Monday to Friday. For further  information call Program coordinator Laara Williamsen at  886-0014.  Parent 'n' Tot  The Parent 'n' Tol Summer  Fun program i.s organized for  parents with children up to age  sea cavalcade motes  Wednesday night's public hearing lo amend zoning at SI. Aidan's didn't attract many residents. The  OCP process denied St. Aiden's hopes to build a seniors centre wilh medical and dental commercial  attached. Joel Johnstone pholo  five, ll is a once a week, two-  hour program for eight weeks  during July and Augusi. You  have a choice of Tuesdays or  Wednesdays from 10 am to 12  noon.  The nexl iwo programs  offered in Ihe Creek are "Rock  V Roll" on July 12 - 13, Cliff  Gilker Park and "Fantasy Island"  July 19-20, al Ihe Roberls Creek  Provincial Picnic site. Call  Wendy Harford 885-4659.  Country Music Singer  Sarah Norris, a 13-year-old  country music singer from the  Creek has recently been named  one of the lop 10 singers in  Canada in Ihe YTV Vocal Spot  light competition. Sarah sang Iwo  of Wynnona Judd's songs for Ihe  competition.  In the second phase of ihe  YTV singing competition judges  will evaluate Ihe 10 finalists in  each age group. If successful,  Sarah could win $1000, a recording session and a chance lo  appear on the YTV network.  Closer to home, Sarah placed  first in the July 1 Sechelt Star  Search held yearly in Sechell.  She will go on lo compete in Ihe  PNE talent contest. Sarah Gallagher, a dancer from Gibsons,  placed second. Congratulations!  Creek Daze  The dales arc Aug. 19 and 20  and Ihe location is llie Creek Village, lower Roberls Creek. The  Ihcme is Ihe Spirit of Ihe Creek  so it is recommended lhat you  put your wings on your gum-  boots and join the communily in  a celebration of life.  We still require more Mr.  Roberls Creek candidates (we  have three so far), a continental  breakfast organizer, more parade  entries, a darts tournamenl organizer and children's entertainers.  Still looking for a small mesh  fish net or chicken wire for  weaving wall, poster and sign  painters.  Call Wendy Harford 885-  4659. ,  Good news! Andrea Mills, a  summer counsellor at Ihe Youth  Centre has agreed to be organizer  of Ihe volleyball tournamenl and  Ihe Royal Bank has agreed to  sponsor Ihe event. The Year  Book Committee from Elphinstone will be selling drinks and  snacks and loilel facilities will be  available. Now all we need is  some competitors and we have  an event. The sign-up sheets are  Home run by Robert.  Sponsored by Yon.  ^-/fianks, neighbour. With your support, Gibsons  businesses were able put over $300,000 back into  our home town. We are proud to fund projects  for everything from recreation to recycling.  So please, support your local businesses.  Because we couldn't have done it without you.  Stmt Communily Projects funded by Coast businesses (eaiyaa!)  hrcDqH. Men*f& ladies'  "jitlinp  Sdml Runsria  K.CM.I'. Men's &l*licV  .urling  Srhmil Yarhoab  limiiir (inlf  < ir.*l HiiHjijn<.  Adult Golf  <ir.v!( ffamnia  Sumhine GmutAtMctiaAi  nriKMi  feny Fan Ccranonia  OiildrmVI-Hall: Midjtm  ; Brawn  VIkhiI Tami  Hodwy  liny Scuta  IWttfl  < KlltllUg  Sixrcf  |f hirts WarJtns  IbltethalTouframcnt  1 liitriarh  W..m��iV\nftball  iltaLiwiy  ( Jliip < .oikI   i 1III1-.  j.uUlill  KirihlJ.uiih ..ni|i  Partm/lm Dmp In  Festival nf thf Written Aro  v.i (Made  AmluttitU Pageant  Rnrltwimd 11 kI^i1  Earth Dn  Rntaiy Ouh I >rram Auction  Salvation Army  St. RanhnlrmtVt  MatTimr Hatnrial Society  (Am Heritage Snotty  Navy I ague  Vni<in(.ni<i|K  Salmon*! FiiKanrmcm Society  Hon 8c Semite Foundation  B.C. Sthiznphimii Snotty  Cynic Fihrnst  (inadun Infinite fnr the Blind  GibsonSJ  ADistriStT  ADistric  CHAMBBR of COMMIROI  available al Molly's Reach, ihe  youth centre and Ihe Royal Bank,  ll will cosl $10 per team of six or  $2 per person for single entries  who will be assembled inlo  learns at the organizers' discretion. We've done our besl for all  you who have been calling aboul  Ihe volleyball - now the ball's in  your courl!  Craft persons are reminded to  pick up iheir sign-up sheets if  they want a stall. See the ad for  more details. Kids are reminded  lo bring their parents to Kids Day  - fun for all. There'll be leu  served by the Heritage Society in  the Gazebo for Grammas and  Grampas loo. The Dog Show  will be in Ihe tennis court area  directly afler Ihe parade. Those  wishing to enter should go and  register as soon as the parade's  over.  Those who have not appreciated dining alfresco (read silling  on Ihe steps) at the barbecue, Friday evening in Holland Park will  be pleased to hear thai Kenan  McKenzie has big plans ihis  year. He has booked the NRS  tent and there will be tables and  chairs; a choice of salmon or  chicken; and food will be served  until it runs out! $7.50 a plate.  Barbara Bradshaw wants you  to know that there are children's  tee shirts available al Molly's  Reach. She also suggests if  you're interested in art lhat you  check oul the St. Bans An Show  as Ihe paintings are going fast -  and new ones coming in lo  replace Ihem. Of course you're  aware lhat "The Reach" is Sea  Cavalcade command headquarters and all entry forms arc available there.  Barry Custance reminds you  lhal Ihe cattle penning will lead  off Ihe Western Gymkhana on  Salurday afternoon with other  events lo follow. The fun will be  held al Ihe riding ring behind the  Swimming Pool.  Bill Hughes says don't forget  ihe Build-A-Boat'contest at  Armour's Beach al 11 am Sunday, race al 2 pm.  Fred Robertson, on behalf of  the whole committee, reminds  you lo buy your lottery tickets -  anywhere you see them. This is  whal funds Ihe fireworks display  for all lo enjoy. There are great  prizes for the gamblers among us  loo.  Please, please, gel your tickets  for the Pirate Party Dance on  July 16 at the Legion with The  Nighl Moves orchestra. Their  music is great and they've  promised lo lower the volume if  requested. If you wonder why  there aren't more dances in Gibsons area, it's because residents  won't buy dance tickets until Ihe  last day. This is the cause of  many ulcers in Ihe volunteer  ranks. At $10 per person you're  nol losing much if Aunt Mathilda  lands in for a visit. Halls and  orchestras have lo be paid - be  good thoughtful Sea Cavalcader -  oops, pirates.  Boat blow  There has been some concern  expressed about the "boal blowup". This has been a tradition of  Sea Cavalcade since al leasl  1971. This year we're reverting  to the way il started and making  it an evenl. We're lold there's a  band of marauding buccaneers  who plan to attack our harbour  on the Friday night of Sea Cavalcade. We're bringing jn a defensive system to protect our populace.  Before Ihe phones slart ringing off Ihe wall - Mac MacDonald assures me lhal Ihere will be  no fish killed and no harm to the  environment. This is all being  very carefully orchestrated. It's  all "smoke and mirrors." We're  doing choreography.  It should be fun for all. Get in  the spirit with pirate garb or a tee  shirt. For information see the  activity sheets at IGA, Sunnycresl Mall or Molly's Reach. Or  phone 886-4956 or 886-0194.  Next meeling is July 18 in the  Marine Room below the library  al 7:30 pm.  Marion Alsager and Marg  Smith would like to remind all  the stores who are decorating for  Sea Cavalcade that window judging will be done on July 18 and  19 to judge Iheir windows. No  call-backs Ihis year!  WA TCH THIS THURSDA Y'S  COAST NEWS  WEEKENDER  FOR OUR SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT  featuring informative articles  especially for you! \_udai news,  juiy i i, iyy*  community  george in glbsons  Wake up!*  AND SMELL THE COFFEE.  M" *,  Now in Ihe thick of peacemaking hazards  in Crdalia wilh Ihe UN force is Elphinstone  grad 1)11991 Shaun Burdeyny. Shaun enlisted  in the Princess Patricia's Canadian Lighl  Infantry (PPCLI), pari ol Canada's permanent  force, last December 18 and in April went  wilh Ihe batjalion to Croatia. The battalion is  to return lo Canada Ocl.15 of this year.  Shaun had trained prior to this with Ihe  reserve arrr.y in Edmonton and was asked to  enlist with the PPCLI for a three-year stinl.  He says h. would like to join Ihe parachute  battalion as soon as he can.  Lome Carroll, son of Dennis and Louise  Carroll of Roberts Creek, graduated wilh distinction from the Western College of Veleri-  sechelt scenario  nary Medicine in Saskatoon on May 25 this  year.  A 1985 Elphinstone grad and a Simon  Fraser University graduate, with a B.Sc.  degiee, Lome is now a member of a veterinary practice in Courtenay. The Carrolls'  older son, Allen, is a research scientist stationed in Newfoundland wilh Ihe Canadian  Forest Service. He has a Ph.D. in foresl entomology.  Julie Reeves, daughler of Barrie and Marion Reeves of Gibsons, returns to U Vic this  September lo continue her studies in Economics and Mathematics. Julie, who has been  in Ihe work force for Ihe past Ihree years,  intends lo enter Ihe accounting field after  graduation.  Of the 1993 Elphinstone grads Zoe Sanborn has been a student in general arts Ihis  past year at U Vic. Winner of Ihe governor-  general's medal and several bursaries Zoe  intends lo enroll in Ihe thealre production program at U Vic.  Stacey Price, awarded Iwo bursaries, of  which one was lo assist her in continuing  studies in French, attended Cap College in  North Van last year. She intends to qualify as  a teacher.  Aaron Service, awarded Ihe Ernie  Kingston memorial bursary, has completed  the first year of ihe forestry program at BCIT  and is working this summer in Bella Coola.  54CEl��.  "The freshest and best brewed coffees the world has to offer.'  Cappuccino ��� Latte ��� Espresso ��� Mocha ��� Iced Coffees  ���5:30 AM - 9:30 ��M ��� Mon. - fri.  7:30 AM - 9:30 PM ��� Sat - Sun.  INSIDE     THE     OMEGA     RESTAURANT  by Margaret Watt, 885-3364  A child was crying in Trail  Bay Mall. Afler watching her  anguished face a moment I  decided she was in some kind of  trouble. I  I approached her - not too  neat, in case I scared her even  ��� more.  She had "losl" her Mommy,  she lold me, wringing her little  hands; tears cascading down her  face like rain down a window  pane. She was maybe six years  old.  I extended my hand lo her  and she look it willingly, any  warnings aboul talking to  strangers she musl have had  dockside davis bay  by Jo-Anne Sheanh 885-3629  Every spring Larry Taverner  and Bob Wilson, quietly and  without any fanfare, clear the  trail from Brookman Park up to  Chapman Falls. Over Ihe winter  fallen trees, snags and heavy  underbrush make Ihe trail  impassable. The two are currently calling for volunteers lo  help in clearing Ihe undergrowth  such as salal, blackberries, elc.  If you can spare a few hours and  want to help preserve this beautiful nature walk, please call  Bob at 885-4629.  If yod or anyone ydu know  wishes to take Ihis walk, Bob is  only loo pleased to be your  guide. This is a wonderful  opportunity lo take your summer guests for a truly different  outing: Pack a lunch, take some  cold drinks and make your day!  Due to popular demand by  numerous residents, a proposal  to construct a pedestrian walkway over Ihe gravel conveyor  belt was spearheaded by Bob  Wilson. He approached Construction Aggregates, the  Municipality, the Indian Band  and received agreement in principal lo go ahead wilh the project along the utility corridor  behind Ihe Hospilal.  The target date has been sel  al September 1.  This will be a boon lo bicyclers and walkers alike. It is  becoming unsafe to do either  along the busy highway.  Parade  The Canada Day Parade  kicked off as the first ray of sunshine burst through and shone  down on the participants as well  as the spectators. Umbrellas  came down, rainhats came off  and it was a show thoroughly  enjoyed by all.  ll was almost like Halloween  for ihe kids who had bags full of  candy lhat were thrown or handed out by ihe paraders. Some of  Ihe senior people in Ihe crowd  gol jusl as big a kick out of  being handed a sucker as Ihe  kids did. Many said il was the  besl parade Sechelt has had.  Move over PNE!  There is an excellent complimentary magazine, Sunshine  Coast, 1994 edition lhal is a  musl for resident and visitor  alike, ll is a glossy 27-page  coloured mag that features 18  Coasl Adventures, ll also has  Tall Tales and Wild Yarns, Bird  Watching. Coastal Waters,  accommodation, recreation and  dining guide;) plus much, much  morf i  TTiis is a {delight to keep and  a treasure ta send off to family  and/or friehds. Check il oul!  Available at the Couil News  Office in Sethell.  Summer'is surely here as is  evidenced by Ihe growing numbers of sunbalhers and swimmers al tr|e beach every day.  Don'l for*! your sunscreen, hal  and sunglasses, Ihe sun is  deceiving..bulenjoy il!  wilh her mother forgotten in her  anxiety. All turned out well. Her  Mom must have stopped to chat  lo an old friend and the child,  not paying attention, had walked  on without her and became  "losl".  She found her mother, I wenl  back lo work, life went on as  usual thai day bul 1 slill find  myself worrying aboul whal  might have happened. I could  have been... anyone.  Literary Cookbook  There's a great cookbook  available just now put out by  The Festival of the Written Arts.  It feature recipes contributed by  65 Canadian writers who have  all been speakers at Ihe Festival  during ils 12 year history. In all,  there are 132 recipes, complete  profiles and pictures of all the  contributors, an introduction by  Peter Gzowksi and illustrations  by Kim LaFave.  The book is only available  through The Festival of the  Written Arts and if you'd like  one, jusl call Ihe Sechelt office  al 885-9631.  Thank you  Sunshine Coast Home Support Society says a sincere lhank  you to all who came oul to their  bingo fundraiser on June II.  Look for another one in September.  A/ _f%TH ANNUAL  ^ mm      OPEN  HOUSE  PITHED  ^     JULY 15, 16,&17      ^  REFRESHMENTS 12:00 -3:00 PM  .^  Just  moved?  to  is,  Bride  to be?  New Baby?  Call us for    Sechelt ��� tath M5-JM7 M/ELCOME  your FUSE   Gibsons ��� Carole M6-3W2 'TT/A pnM  gift, 6         Stcheltftakksoiily) WeA    ,V>f>  Information. ��� ___ 8IS-33M f T S|NCF 193��  m  Boats Motors        Inflatables  New Selection of Marine Lights, Hinges, etc.  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES  Your complete septic system seivice  Tank Pumpins  Field Flushins  Portable Toilet Rentals  Water Haulins  Hish Pressure Wash  Commercial ��� Residential ��� Industrial  Serving the entire Sunshine Coast  id**  pa  Rop*5  .flares  BumPers  How*  anchors  Revests  "���""'-Star.e,,  VHF-Souncters    "*"*��**m  Oil  erieg  ers  Manffo/ds  Call any time  886-7064  Cell 885-8101  In Pender Harbour call Ken Cole 883-9134  Come in and meet Maurice, our Parts Man''  tideline:    885-4141  33333X0^^33^  ______  tmm i it-ws,   jui\   11,1 yv*  community  'round west horn sound  SECHELT  5528 Wliarf Stieel ��� 885-2526  Friday & Saturday, July 156-16  fi TheOAKLEYS ^  Friday Night BBQ Steak Supper $8.00 6-8pm  OMN SUNDAYS H ��� 6 / IUNCHIS MON. ��� FRI. 11 ��� 1  No General  Meetings until September  Crib  Meat Draw  fmySntordbyJpm  by Joun Peterson  Ihe June General Meeting of Ihe Wesl  Howe Sound Electors' Association was a  fishing expedition. Led by fisheries field  officer Gram McBain, members attending  were figuratively walked-through Ihe decline  of Langdale Creek and its denizens, ll wasn't  lun.  McBain himself is no wild-eyed activist.  Far Irom il.  His was an attempt to stimulate awareness and concern for the series of small  encroachments presently having adverse  consequences on the integrity of the creek,  eventually leading to its destruction.  lie had us hooked.  Anyone presenl who might have thought  aboul il ai all probably assumed Ihe good job  being done in restocking was proving effec-  GIBSONS  Hwy. 101 ��� 886 2411  tive and everything is tickely-boo. Restocking, worthwhile as it is, can'l work when Ihe  waterway itself is compromised, as is Ihe  case al Langdale.  McBain has asked for community  involvement, without which he and his colleagues will lose another ecological struggle.  The real loss will be to the communily.  WHSEA will obtain and report on specifics.  Responsible citizens should lend their support.  Ferry board  Members were disgruntled, to say the  leasl, on learning the WHSEA lobby for a  Coast resident appointment to the BC Ferries  Board was again a non-event.  Replies to our numerous appeals have  ciled lofly principles of regional considerations, qualities of leadership, varied expertise  and an appropriate representation of women  and minorities, among Ihe criteria for selection, while promising serious consideration  of our request.  Curiously, patronage was never mentioned, yet the only apparent qualification for  the two most recenl appointees were the  close personal ties each enjoyed with the  minister in charge at the time.  Last month, Ihe door of opportunity  slammed smartly shut on the toehold we  thought achieved, with the re-appointments  of current members for another two years.  Meetings  There is no general meeting in Jyly.  Nexl general meeling: Wednesday,  August 10, 7:30 pm, Gibsons Yacht Club.  Topics: SCRD Area "F" by-eleciion for  regional director, and library referendum.  Friday & Saturday, July 22 & 23  fi LOCAITRAFFIC ttk  TRIO       fi  OMN SUNDAYS 11-*/ KITCHEN HOURS TUIS. ��� SAT. 12 ��� 6  No General  Meetings until Sept.  Darts  Wel 7:30 pm  Crib  StU.lpm  Meat Draw  batySat.lpm  LOGS  WANTED  halfmoon happenings  CLIP   'N'   SAVE  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  If you're not using it...  why not sell it in the  Coast News Classifieds?  Competitive Prices  886-7033  Notice Board  Ongoing events must be updated monthly  We reserve (he nghl lu edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer lo non-profit events  of genuine community interest  hems will be listed three weeks prior to the event.  S5B?  -fl*-**"  {  Sm^  The Sunshine  Coasl News  MONDAY, JULY II  S.C. BreastteeOIng Support Group  informal meeling open discussion. 10  am All moms a babies welcome Info  Laurie. 886-7900 or Roxanne. 686-3230  S.C. Resources Council annual general  meeting. 7 30 pm. SCRD boardroom.  Secnelt Everyone welcome into. Harry  Almond. 865-34M. H  thui^pv*Wm��avJulyY��.i��'  Dance Workshops wilh Paula Ross.  Gibsons United Chu.-cn Hall Inlo 886-  8044. 886 2069  SATURDAY 1 SUNDAY, JULY 16117  Joint Glsnt Flss Market sponsored Oy  Roberts CreeK Legion ��2i9 and tne  Ladies' Auxiliary, to am-3 pm. R.C  Community Hall Tables Sl 5 one day;  $25 two days into: Diana Gaudaur (alter  6) 8853159; Jack Eldred (alter 6) 885-  3361  SATURDAY, JULY IC  Sea Cavalcade Pints Psrty. 9 pm-1 am.  Royal Canadian Legion. Gibsons Music  by Nighl Moves Door prizes and prizes  lor best pirate costume No minors No  host bar Admission by ticket only at the  door Tickets Sio at Molly's Reach and  throughout the business community  MONDAY. JULY 16  Gibsons Ssa Cavslcsds Commune  meeting, 7 30 pm. Marine Room below  Gibsons Public Library Mollys Reach is  now open as Sea Cavalcade  Headquarters Inlo 886-0194 or 886-  4956  SATURDAY i SUNOAY, JULY 23I24  Sunshine Cosst Equestrian Club's  Summer Horse Show; Saturday- Cattle  Penning & Gymkhana; Sunday- Jumping.  Concession on site Everyone welcome  Joan 686-3059  SATURDAY, JULY 23  SPCA Display Trail Bay Mall  SUNDAY, JULY 91  Dslsgsts Selection Meeting for  delegates lo Liberal Fall Convention.  12-30-3:00 pm, Pebbles Restaurant  Bullet luncheon SlO/person Inlo: 885  7599 or 886-7488  SATURDAY, AUGUST 6  S.C. Bresstlsedlng Support Group  family picnic Bring spouse, moms and  babies, any and all family members for  tun in Ihe sun Info: Laurie, 886-7900 or  Roxanne 886-3230  MISCELLANEOUS  Kids' Dsy Clubs for ages 10-13.  Tuesdays. July 19-Aug. 30, 9:30 am-3 30  pm, Bethel Baptist Church. Register  ASAP: 885-2454 or 865-3919  Junior Youth Day Clubs for ages 10-13,  Thursdays. July 21 Aug 25, 9:30 am  3:30 pm, Bethel Baptist Church Register  ASAP 885-2454 or 885-3919  Exhibition by Vivian Chamberlin  (watercolours) and Ross Buchanan  (pottery), through July 6. Hunter Gallery.  Gibsons  Video Series: Lite on the Edge.  Preparing lor tlie Challenges ol  Adulthood featuring Dr James Dobson.  Christian Lite Assembly, 730 School Rd.  Gibsons Sunday nights July 10. 17 &  24, 7 pm Into 886-7107  Pronatsl Clsssss. Gibsons Health unit  Late Class Series July 5 12 s '9 with a  breastfeeding lollow-up July 26 (Sechelt  Health Unit) Early Class July 26. Nt  Postnatal Class - June 28 (SschsNM  above Prenatal Classes are Irom 7 to I  pm. Please register early as classes ID  up quickly. To register: (Gibsons) Ut-  5600, (Sechell) 8855164  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum. 716  Winn Rd., across from Post Ollice,  Gibsons. A wide variety ol displays  profiling native, pioneering, marine and  mineral artifacts ol the Coast. Open 7  days a week, Mondays & Tuesdays, 1- 5  pm and Wednesday Ihrough Sunday, 9-  5:30 pm. Admission by donation. Csll  886-8232 lor more into.  Parsnt-Tot Drop-In: lor parents with children up 10 5.9:30-11 30 am al the follow,  ing locations: Gibsons United Church Hall  (Mon., Tues., Wed , Fri); Sechell SI.  Hilda's Church Hall (Tues); Wilson Creek  Community Hall (Thurs.). Inlo;  Communily Services. 885-5881  Sexually Transmitted Dlsssse Clinic:  (HIV inlormation, counselling and test-  ing) Phone lor appointmenl in Gibsons  886-5600, Sechell 885-5164  Single 4 Pregnant? Call Ihe Health UnH  - 866 5600  Prenatsl Hospltsl Tour: phone St  Mary's Hospital switchboard 10 arrange  for tour. 885.2224 Prenatal only.  Parent I Baby Drop-In gives parents an  opportunity lo meet other parents and  discuss common concerns. The group  gathers every Tuesday Irom 1:1510 3:30  pm at 494 S Fletcher. Gibsons snd In  Sechell al 5571 Intel on Wednesdays  Irom 1-3:30 pm.  School Entry Booster Climes: A booster dose ol diphtheria, tetanus snd pertussis is important for children entering  school. Gibsons clinics ��� 886-5600:  Sechelt clinics .885-5164  MONDAYS  Sunshine Cosst Spinners I Wssvsrs  Guild meets 1st Monday ot each month,  Sept. through June, St. John's United  Church, Davis Bay. For more into: Lynn  Pakulak, 865-7355,  Recovery, Inc. oners a sell-help method  to overcome ths negative feelings lhat  corns Irom laar, anger, depression snd  constant anxiety. 7-9 pm, The Wellness  Centre, Gibsons. Inlo: 886 8028        30  TUESDAYS  "Living With Csnesr" Suppon Group  msets every other Tuesday, Kirkland  Centra, Davis Bay, 1 pm. Inlo 885-5861  or 886-8369  WEDNESDAYS  Postpartum Dapraaalon Support  Group-Gibsons Health Unit. 1-2:30 pm  THURSDAYS  3C's Wslght Lose Support Oroup  mssls afternoons 10:3012:30pm. call  886-2692, and evenings 6:30.8:00pm.  call 686-7159. at ths Unitsd Church.  Glasslord Rd, Gibsons  Birth Control Clinic, Coasl-Garlbaldi  Hoslth Unit. 494 S. Fletcher, 7.) pm.  Confidential service ��� everyone welcome.  No sppototmam needsd. Inlo: 885-7770  FRIDAYS  Breast SsN-Exam Clinic: First Friday ol  each month, 7:30-9 pm. Gibsons Health  UnH.  United Church Thrill (hop, 1-3 pm.  church bassmsni, lane oil Trueman  Road.  by Ruth Forrester 885-2416  This coming Thursday (July  14) ihere will be a communily  meeting at Halfmoon Bay  School at 7:30 pm. Sue Lamb  has been appointed lo co-ordinate activities at ihe school and  is hoping for lots of input and  suggestions from local groups  and individuals. One of the  points to be discussed will be  ideas for welcoming new families in Ihe area. For further information, call Sue at 885-9975.  Bake Sale  Once again Ihis year ihe Halfmoon Bay Branch of Sl. Mary's  Hospital Auxiliary will be having bake sales at the Buccanneer  Marina at Secret Cove to help  raise funds for Ihe hospital. The  first one is on Saturday July 16.  Country Fair  By ihe time Ihis has been put  in print Ihe Halfmoon Bay Country Fair will be all over for  another year. Results of contests  and raffles etc. will appear in  next week's column. In the  meantime, mention should be  made of some of the community  non profit groups who participate in the Fair and who make il  all possible. First of all there is  the fair Committee who run  many of the events and whose  proceeds go towards such things  as donations 10 the SCRD Parks  Oeptartmenl, furniture for Cooper's Green Park, a slorage shed  for Ihe Fair, refurbishing ihe  horseshoe pilch, and a proposed  visitor Information sign for Halfmoon Bay.  The Recreation Association  provides leisure and recreation  for the community. They run the  egmont news  family dinner and entertainment  and this year they ar responsible  for all sports events, the bocci  and volleyball tourneys, Trophy  Run and children's' races.  Welcome Beach Community  Association runs (he Fair bingo  game with proceeds going  lowards maintenance of Welcome Beach Hall and its group  activities.  Halfmoon Bay Volunteer Fire  Department provide hamburgers,  candy (loss and soft drinks, fire  prevention demonstrations for  children and mini fire truck  rides. Proceeds go towards the  Hallowe'en fireworks display.  Parents Advisory Council run  the children's games and the hot  dog, pop, coffee stand with proceeds going to school activities,  field trips, equipment and library  books. Welcome Beach  Pre-school and child care centre  hold the service auction with  proceeds towards activities, toys  and equipment.  This year's pancake breakfast  was undertaken by the always  busy Halfmoon Bay Hospital  Auxiliary, and Ihe basketball  team of grades 6 and 7 of Halfmoon Bay School ran Ihe dunk  tank to benefit installation of an  outdoor basketball hoop and  concrete base for the sdiool. ���'<  Last but not leasl are the1'  Pathfinders, this year's clean-up  crew who earn service awards  and will receive a donation from  the Fair Committee lo help  towards Iheir upcoming field  trip. All these groups, together  with the many volunteers are the  ones who make the whole affair  possible.  by Lynn Mees 883-2094  Summertime is here, locals  hanging out al Waugh Lake,  gathering lo play and lake in Ihe  refreshing vibe.  It's been an aclion-packed  week in the communily club  hall and school as the "Fun on  the 101" program has been  making use of the facilities,  lite Sunshine Coast Recreation  Commission and the Sechell  Band are piloting the projeci  which covers ihe Coasl. Fun on  ihe 101 is a program of ihe  ehea  is on  $1994 offer expires July 31  Participating Qualified Dealers are offering a time-limited package price for natural gas conversion from fuel oil:  as low us nineteen hundred and ninety four dollars* for an energy efficient furnace and water heater.  Or pay $39.89* par month  The Centra (las Finance Plan offers easy payments on your natural gas bill.  Call a participating Qualified Dealer today lor further datalli and a chanca to will wr���M m*���**.  Peninsula Gas Saj-7MO ��� Wallace Heating ISSOS09 ��� K.|. Serv,< cs MJ-4024 ��� Thomas HeatingMM-7111 ��� Secheh (.replace 1*1-7171  Cranberry Sheet Met.il 4M-M21 ��� LW. Sheel Meul 4M-M2I    Pete's Plumbing u Heating ����*-��7��1 ��� Powell Wv*r Heating 4tI-7J0��  Rutledge Heating465-5949 ��� SlootwcgBrothers4a5-0123  for portieipoling Qualiiied Dealers in other areas please rati youi total Centra Cat oflice.  ���Offer tippHs-ulili-in *tiin upabylt piiitiftliiiltiil\Om,llfleil lleule, licflKen IVIrni.irv .'I unil Jul.v.ll. 1994 nnrl Innhillnl Its,.NcpKnifer 15. 1994.  SmdfSStffrf convention price, net nf Arum anil reliutv.  'Mlmonth finiinciiti! itft/Wnffer. htttteit ,m prcprrvln/j mxanil,i il���irii nttymtrrtt ujtznt)  '/  war Centra Gas  many recreation activities happening for children on the Sunshine Coast this summer. In the  hall and school this week, people gathered for a leadership  retreat. The presentations  involved: communication skills,  working wilh volunteers, special needs, and tons more. I  talked with Kimberly Howell,  who is the project coordinator,  and she was very appreciative  of the community club letting  ihem use the facilities.  Lasl Salurday night the  Egmont Lions Club hosted one  of their mouth watering seafood  dinners. Over two hundred people attended the feast. During  the feasting the Lions raffled off  several prizes. Big thank you's  all around, specially to Bath-  gates for selling raffle tickets,  Bob and Margo Vinderwheel,  Clint Ramsey, Phyllis McNick-  le.lhe unknown woman who  brought the goodies, Hallmans  for the beauliful flowers and  special thanks lo Iris Griffith for  making a delicious clam chowder.  Backeddy breakfast  The Backeddy Pub is now  serving breakfast eveiy Salurday morning, unlil the end of  Augusi.  I. Lynn, will be writing for  you ihis summer, while Maureen goes fishing. I wish you  safe, and plentiful journeys  Maureen. As you also heard  Lisa, and I will be working the  thrift slore. We'd also like lo  sell your local crafts, baking,  fresh veggies and whatever  fresh ideas you have lo offer.  Jusl pop inlo ihe thrift store  above Ihe hall on Wednesday or  Salurday afternoons, hours may  vary since we bolh have small  children, or call me al home.  Oh Ya! Happy, Birthday  Betty! '  I  Mfc harbour highlights  community  Coast News, July 11, 1994  11  by Frank Roosen 883-2920  Mid Summer Festival  The following paragraphs are a repeal  from lasl week just to make sure you are get-  ling prepared.  Also, I'm taking a few days off to go and  play some accordion in Leavenworth, Washington, Ihe preparation for which has cut into  my wriling lime.  Anyhow, ihe Mid-Summer Festival will  be held on Salurday Aug. 6 starling off with  a Pancake Breakfast al 8 am.  For those artists and crafts people con  cerned about an early morning 'sel-up,'  arrangements can be made lo do so Ihe  evening before. Please phone Dianne or  Dennis al 883-2286 or myself.  We are still looking for artists, musicians, crafters, farmers, fishermen and laymen lo make this day the biggest event wesl  of Roberls Creek.  How aboul il if we could switch the nexl  swap meet lo Lions Park? Any interested  parties?  Rummage Sale  St. Andrew's Church will be having a  rummage sale un Sal., July 23 from 10 am  until 1 pm.  If any one has any items lo contribute,  please get in touch wilh Irene al 883-9069 or  Joan at 883-9185. Transportation could be  arranged if necessary.  Bargain Barn  Last month's Bargain Barn Kids Draw  winners were:  1. Lil Abbott  2. Julie Nichola  3. Pixie Daly  Thai's all folks.  notice]  Get More For Less!  -NEW-  MAYTAG  WASHERS & DRYERS  Egmont kids find summer fun onlOl  by Roxapne Gregory  Almost fifty young people are  crowded into ihe Egmont Community Hall for a three day recreation leadership retreat.  The kids aged 13 to 19 are  recruits for the Sunshine Coasl  Recreation Commission's 'Fun  on the 101' summer program.  Recreation leaders and 'crew'  members - young volunteers  gaining invaluable work experience - wiil be holding recreation  programs in all Coast communities ihis summer, leaching everything from travelling playsites io  water safety, tennis, and soccer  camps. ,  The leadership retreat covers  everything from first aid training,  to working with special needs  kids.  Individuals from all over the  Coast are involved in Ihe teaching. There are 15 SCRD recreation staff, 14 volunteer crew  members and 17 recreation leader trainees from the Sechell Indian Band, involved in the training  retreat. Kimberlee Howell is the  pilot1 projeci.  "The kids are learning how io  work as a team, how lo use conflict resolution skills, and how to  design and play games," she  says.  "We have facilitators leaching  theatre sports, public communi-  sechelt library news  Turmjio��i Trshirts into furfli-  tUWIl MB 263! , Ut   I  Yes, you can lurn lhat old T-  shirl into a piece of furniture for  the new Sechelt Library.  Jusl painl il, spray iI or  bejewel it, and donate it to our  '2nd Annual Celebrity and Jusl  Piain Interesting T-Shirt Silent  Auction.'  Nexl, bring your loyal  friends and family to the  Library Fair lo bid on your  work of art.  The Friends of the Sechell  Public Library will use the  funds for shelving video equipment and furniture for the new  library building.  If T-shirts aren't your style,  we're also hosting a rummage  table, bake sale and plant sale,  and more, so ihere are lots of  ways lo get involved.  The evenl lakes place al the  Rockwood Pavilion on Aug. 20.  ���      ���   Un-maW  Week Only  FREEI  Soap & Laundry Basket  with purchase of washer & dryer'  .���      MAYTAQ .���  altyllDEPENDABLE CARE" MM DEPENDABLE CARE"  w     WASHER      n      DRYER  MODEL UTM04  ��� No. I In long life  i Super capacity, heavy duty  ��� Sell-clean lint filler  ��� Fabric-Matic* Delicate Cycle  ��� Deco-White��� styling  MODEL LDEM04  ��� Canada's No. t preferred brand'  ��� Super capacity, 3 temperatures  ��� Electronic Dry and Dryness Monitor  ��� Dependable Care��� Plus  sound insulated  ���Bm*1 wi C��mdan conwiw brand prtftrrwc* wrv��yi  The Sunshine Coast Recreation Commission held its "Fun on the 101" program in Egmont last week  and some 50 children participated. Roxanne Gregory pholo  cations skills, and how to work  with volunteers. Another session  gives kids Ihe opportunity to  develop conflict resolution skills  through role playing exercises."  Sixteen year old Andrea Kraft  from Sechelt says she's glad to  be a pari of ihe process, "I feel  confident I could be put in a situation and be able to handle it,"  she says.  We also had a whole day of  firsl aid training and that's pretty  important."  Today in Egmont occupation  al therapist wilh community services Elise. Rudland is guiding a  group session on people with different abilities.  "Although safely is important,  a lot of special needs kids don't  get (o participate because we are  afraid of their participation.  "Sometimes just being able to  participate is the most important  thing for them. There has lo be a  balance."  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"I wanled lo nave something  to do this summer, and Ihis  sounds like fun."  For more information on Fun  on Ihe 101 registration, call 885-  2261.  FRESH.  FRESH,  FRESH!  AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  BIG SAVINGS ON OTHER QUAUTY MAYTAGS!  JETCLEAN���  DISHWASHERS  ��� Canada's No. 1 preferred brand"  ��� Dependably Quiet���  ��� Full 20 Year Tub��� Warranty  ��� Full 3 level wash system  ��� Internal hard food disposer  ��� Unsurpassed capacity  SAVE  COUNTRYWIDE  5605 Sunshine Coast Hwy., Sechelt   885-5756  If you're not using it...  why not sell it in the  Coast News Classifieds?  INTRODUCING  MARINE  885-4141   sm  Wh.nl Bond Spchelt  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 Spild by Chester Field  Westcoasl Cuisine  (Sunshine Coast Dining Guide)  PUBLIC INFORMATION FORUM  One in 25 people admitted to hospital in B.C. is suffering from negative drug  reaction. For seniors it's one in four.  A new computer nctwork-PharmaNct-is planned to link all B.C. community  pharmacies. PharmaNct will give pharmacies the information they need to protect  British Columbians from accidental drug interactions and duplications.  Developed by the Ministry of Health, working with the College of Pharmacists of  B.C., PharmaNct has been designed to protect your health and your privacy.  Wc have set up a panel to lead a series of public forums throughout the province.  Please plan to attend and learn more about PharmaNct.  PharmaNet information forums:  Wednesday, July 20,1994 Thursday, July 21,1994  7:00 pm 7:00 pm  The Hotel Vancouver Sheraton Guildford  900 West Georgia Street 15269 ��� 104 Avenue  Vancouver Surrey  Panelists:  Mike Corbcil, Executive Director, Pharmacare, Ministry of Health  John Westwood, Executive Director, BC Civil Liberties Association  Dr. Janet Martini, Director, Geriatric Medicine, St. Paul's Hospital  Norm Thomas, Registrar, College of Pharmacists of British Columbia  For more information call 1 -800-465-4911.  PharmaNet... protecting the health and privacy of British Columbians.  BC Ministry of Health and  Ministry Rttpoiuiblc lor Seniors  College of Pti.irniacists  ol British Columbia 12  Coast News, luly 11, 1994  GIBSONS  CHRISTIAN BOOKS  2A-747 NORTH RD.,  GIBSONS  Store Hours:  Mon. - Sat. 11 - S  Fri. 11 - 7 Ph: 886-4748  Several new fiction series  in stock for  lazy summer reading  Wide selection of  cassettes & CD's  for all your sunimer  listening needs  New line of giftware  has just arrived  Come in & browse  sports  Coast hardball  league set to swing  Z^.    883-9551  im  3 8UIUMG HOME HARDWARE  SUPPLIES  HUUJMNC; CENTRE  fk6*'%cevui'ti,  MARINA  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron PtikIik ts   885-2253  HARBOUR  BOATTOPS  883-2929  Tops, Tarps & Covers  Upholstery & Repairs  MADEIRA  MARINA  BB3-2266  'A  MARINA  PHARMACY  883-2888  Pnxlrr Harbours ONLY Full Vote  Sporting Goods Store  Comer of Hwy 101 a  Francis Peninsula Rd. 883-2763  eMm.~tcn'mtt  \ Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  1/2 Milt North of (iarden Bay Rd.  HWY. 101 '883-9541  Sillier  Sands  RESORT  Pender Harbour. BC. 883-2630  UVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  MOBILE HOMESl  New & Used  Instant Housing  883-9338 OR5804321\  Gill Collect  -.ROOFINO  Tar ft Gravel, Shakes. Shingles.  " Men) Roots, Torch On, Durotds  ________  LOWINGS  WILDING LTD.  Garden Bay ��� 883-9122  Fabrication ��� Welding  Sandblasting  Aluminum ��� Stainless Steel  Ray Hansen  Trucking  & Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic Systems  883-9222  To List in this Directory  phone 885-3930  Hugh W. Jones  LAWYER  883-9525  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX: 883-9524  MICHAEL C. CROWE  BuriMer ��� SoUckor  NouiyPiMk  Pender llarbour legal Services  12874 Madeira Park Rd.,  Madeira Park  883-9875   men  by Ian Cobb  "It's the real McCoy."  Alter weeks of scraping and  scratching to find enough players on Ihe Sunshine Coasl, organizers of Ihe Sun Coast's  League (SCL) of faslballers are  eagerly anticipating the first  pitch July 16 at Brothers Park in  Gibsons.  Organizer Graham Crowell  said Ihe SCL will launch its  inaugural "experimental" season  wilh Ihree teams comprising the  best 37 hardball players on the  Sunshine Coasl.  Play begins July 16/17 and  will continue until mid-Seplem-'  bei. "Wc have some very experienced players," Crowell said.  relating whal he witnessed July  Id during a registration and  skills demonstration ai Brothers  Park.  Brolhers Park will be Ihe site  where all hardball games will be  played because il's Ihe only  field on the Coast wilh regulation 90 foot baselines.  The baseball people will be  able to watch the real Ihing. "Il's  hardball," Crowell says.  The ages of Ihe 37 players  who have signed on range from  18 lo 50.  "We tried lo balance the  teams so one team isn'l slacked  and Ihe pitching staffs for the  learns will also be very good."  Rod Lucas, Bill Perlstrom  and Ron Moore will be managing ihe teams, yel lo be named.  A BIG THANKYOU  to ALL WHO HELP US  S*2��.Thrifty��  l *"     'tdm            ������  ____]          ^k ���v *��<^H  Rollln'  along  Seth Wells  shows his  roller  blading  form.  Joel  Johnstone  pholo  pendergolf  HELP THE .  Donation!    M6-24M or Box SM  July 20  m  Announcement  Dr. Denise Rochon  Naturopathic Physician  Classical Homeopathy  Dr. Rochon would like to inform her  patients, both current and future, that she  is presently on Maternity leave and will  --- "^gtjjrtjgK#i$|ctjse in the autumn ���  (announcement to follow).  Dr. Rochon can be reached by her patients  regarding urgent matters at her home  phone, br for consultation at 885-3150  Appointments for new patients can be  booked at this number 885-3150.  Thank-you for your understanding.  by Wendy Haddock  Monday Twilight July 4  Twenly-three golfers played 2  Ball Besl Ball and the winners  were:  Low Gross: 1st flight, Cathy  McQuilly and Ian Fraser; 2nd  flight, Marj West and Hugh Maginnis; 3rd flight, Wendy Haddock  and Pele Waycott. Low Nets: 1st  flight, Marg Gandy and Murrell  Smith; 2nd flight, Bill West and  Sheila Stack; 3rd flight, Eldy  Gandy and LaVerne Richardson.  KP #3, Ian Fraser; KP #6, Joyce  Reid. LaVerne Richardson hil Ihe  hoop on #5.  Men's Day July 5  Sixty-three golfers played a  scramble and five teams tied al  68 and Ihe winners were decided  by handicap holes and the winners were: 1st team, Hugh Maginnis, Ernie Holloway, Bobo  Sagansky and Mike Thompson;  2nd team, Henry Merry, James  Merry and Ray Schindle; 3rd  team, Ted Dobrindt, Dutch Haddon, Don Young and H. McMil-  sunshine coast goll  Ian; 4th team, Jay Deyman, Pete  Waycolt, Bill West and John  Patchett. KP #3, George Langham; KP #6, Jerry Holmes. Ray  Wareham hit the hoop. Also Ted  Dobrindt had an Eagle on #7.  Way lo go, Ted.  Ladies Day July 7  Pender Harbour ladies hosted  an interclub with Powell River  and the winners were: 1st low  gross, Shirley Cole from Powell  River; 1st low gross, Pender Harbour, Moni Langham; 2nd low  gross, Powell River, Gail Fen-  nell; 2nd low gross, Pender Harbour, Joyce Reid. 1st low net saw  a tie, Ruth Carmichal and Joan  Forstrom from Powell River, 1st  low net from Pender Harbour,  Carol Reid; 2nd low net from  Powell River, Anne Rourke; 2nd  low nel from Pender Harbour,  LaVerne Richardson, Marcia  Keim and Helen Crabb. KP #3,  Helen Crabb. Carol Reid got a  Birdie on #2 and Shirley Cole got  one on #14. Joan Willcock got a  Chip-in on #10.  9 Hole Ladies on June 21  played a medal round. 1st low  net: Edna Hilditch - 33.5. 2nd  low net: Phyl Cummings - 37.  3rd low net: Joyce Harris - 37.5.  Low gross on even numbered  holes: Edna Hilditch - 25; Phyl  CARRIERS WANTED!  ROUTES ARE AVAILABLE IN VOUR AREAI DON'T DELAY, CALL TODAY  HEY KIDS'.  CARRIERS ARE NEEDED FOR  ROUTES IN GIBSONS & SECHELT  If you ore nine years of age or  older and you want lo eam your  own spending money you could be  on your way vety soon.  Our carriers get paid twice a  month for all tne materials they  deliver, guaranteed! The best part  is lhat there's no collecting or  canvassing, so you have more  time to spend with your friends.      K  CARRIER  CONTESTS  If you become o carrier  you are eligible to enter  special contests we hold  throughout ihe year as  an extra bonus.  Join a winning team!  s^mjdk  lUt  ���y  COAST NEWS  & WEEKENDER  SOME OF YOU STARTED OUT  IN THE DELIVERY BUSINESS  Some of you have experience.  You had a route back when you  were a kid, to help pay for your  bike, going lo a movie wilh  your friends, or buying a  lime-rickey at the comer store.  You went on to other careers,  but we would like to invite  you bock into the delivery field  now lhat you have a little  free time on your hands.  Routes are availabe in Gibsons  & Secheh. Your priorities have  probably changed since you had  your first route, but it's still a  great way to eam extra money.  Our carriers are paid twice a  month for everything they  deliver. Unlike your first route,  there is no collecting  or canvassing for subscribers.  Here's a chance to get some exercise,  meet your neighbours, and help us  develop a  reputation for  top-notch  delivery.  Adults & Children (9 & over) welcome!  Join a winning team!  Cummings and Beth Peat - 27.  On June 28 the 9 Hole Ladies  played a low net, throw out your  worst hole game. Winners:  Joyce Harris and Barb Relton -  net 25.5; Gail Sabo - net 26.5.  On June 21 the 18 Hole  Ladies winners were: 1st flight:  P. Scarr - net 74, S. Wood - net  75 (retro), P. Vaughan - net 75.  2nd flight: M. Heaven - net 66,  C. Hobbs - net 76 (retro), M.  Skelcher - net 76. 3rd flight: M.  Knaus - nel 72, M. Ewan - net  75, H. Milburn - nel 77.  On June 22 the Senior Men  had 90 players for a Scotch  Pinehurst. 1st low net - B. Gibbons, A. Kiloh; 2nd low net ��� L.  Todd, E. Small; 3rd low net - D.  Elson. E. Brenton; 4th low net ���  W. Neslman, A. Pedllersen; 5th  low net - J. Rowledge, CI.  Barnes. K -P on #8 ��� Al Dean.  Wooden tee awards: J. Petula,  J.L. Ross, J. Buntain, B.  Urquhart.  GREAT  GOLF  18 holes at the Sechelt Golf  It Country Club are now  open for your golfing  enjoyment.  HOUR6r��00am to dusk  GREENS FEES: 18 holes;  $28wkdays,$32wkends  RENTALS: Clubs, power  and pull carts  DRIVING RANGE: Open  6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily;  $5/large bucket  LESSONS: Individual and  group available; three  teaching professionals  SERVICES: Snack bar, golf  shop, club repair  See you there!  885-4653  i:i\-ry day public play.  L  ___,  _____  __^_________________________. Coast News, July 11, 1994  lnd4stri.>l     AUTOMOTIVE       Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Mnn.-Fri.6-6 Sat, 8-6, Sun. 10-  S. MADILL CONTRACTING  All types of concrete work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs - smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate finishing.  Quality Concrete Woik        Coloured ft Stamped  ���W-2117 Concrete, CutMiCMtMa  SECHELT RADIATORS  *. ��B3*!** footing Sstitem Service Centre  iVi Rc|-iill * Rrpbir Rub, HcaurCora, le Clutuiki  AUTOS TRUCKS TRACTORS INDUSTKIA1. MARINE  I ���  ��� . N^.I'TOlfcRrliiilli ��� HrtnptrDcBwiy  43 IS S.C. Ussy       "*" "  ' L."j.!i'J ''.A  Across from Suml'luc I,M  WILDW00D CONTRACTING  Bobcat Service  Landscaping ��� Snow Removal  Bush Clearing ��� Grading  Driveways ��� Backfill  Randy 885-4146  ForttieSiikhingtuudt  Eric's Drywall  gits? us a call  885-7986  D & P CONCRETE  LACING & FINISHING  Residential and Commercial  ACI Certilied  Turenne      Paul Desautch  885-5492  Gary's  303C AU *E?ViCi  >-aso3  ���FOKKS-ITON DUWTKUCK  l-BACKFtXHO'ETC  il I UmWMSSSSSSOt  Thank You ^  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate il when you Lell them  you Tound them in  ,    The Coast News     >  BUILDING COINTRACTORS  coNmtucrioN  residential 'T commercial  885-2887 Laurie Lacovetsky  RRS2. S-26. C-25. GIBSONS. B.C   VON \\  a. A MAMICMED  Uo*e*w*Cmtrxvter  Stucco & Masonry ��� Tar - Gravel Roof s  883-2343  GRAEMAR construction inc.  QuoAfrHoimBuildlin  ��� FRAMING  to LOCKUP  ��� FINISHING  'FOUNDATIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  ��� SIDING  ���"���������Of  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  MITCHELL SYSTEMS LTD.  ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING  Residential  Commercial & Industrial  KELLY 885-9565 *,����,  SWANSON'S  EXCAVATING   e   SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  FOR OVER 30 YEARS  ' Land Development ��� Road Construction  ��� Bulldozing ��� Sand & Gravel Deliveries  ��� Pipeline Construction  PAINTING & WALLPAPERING  Jnterior/Exteriof  Reasonable Rale  Free Estimates  RENEW  Pointing & Wollpopering  ��� fffKXNT  *KIL*\BI��  MO��SSIONAl~     ������� ESTIMATES  CARPET & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING  PHONE 885-4258  RESTORE  eaofKt tttiAt a*>\  ROOFING  Specializing In all types of  FREE      commercial & residential looting  ESTIMATES 886-2087 eves. QUAMNmS  A * T ENTERPRISES: Constraetlon Servloat  . Serving Tha Coaal Sine. IMS  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  )3RikQ ���kWWfWs     . ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  aaeaaaa  T. WONO, MX TN, OIBSONI, I.C. VON 1V0  THOMAS ELECTRICAL  CONTRACTING  J.Thomas   886-7571  FREE ESTIMATES  REG. ELECTRICIAN  NO. 17933  GARRTS EXCAVATING  OWNER: CARRY MUNDELL  TandtmDwnp*San4aQraml  130 ItAaiemw fc���wSll  aSOMaiDMnw/HM  SipairiildiaTifa box is, aissons  **A*re*tne>e*e*,��  886-7099  __ SUNSHINE KITCHeNt  KITCHENS S BATHROOMS-  898-9411  Cellular 250-3376  ENGINEERING  rt��� ,.���,���.:,-. .Thank'You i   n ���������   *  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell them  you found them in  k    The Coast News    j  Sunshine Coast Ensneering  engineering and Design (or  ��� Subdivision Development  ��� Cuslom Residential and Commercial  ��� Structural ��� Soils ��� Marine  Gibiom, BC VON IVO BBO'4/43 J  SEAWAY CONSTRUCTION  Complete Backhoe  Service  Call Bruce 885-0621  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  ^  ��� SaltW��l��UcencM_  Motel & Cam|isiles ��� Watm Taxi ��is.��-.��.��**  Marine Re|Miri       - lc�� 8, Tackl�� 883-2266^  Rco Contracting  DRYWALL, VINYL & CEDAR SIDING  Free Estimates* Robert (Bob) Osbom  ft.R. 2, S-9. C-17 Gibsons, B.C. VON IVO   Ph: 886-9531  SAVI ON eUlLDINO COSTS  with PROFESSIONAL CONTRACTING  Building qualily residential homes since 1957  call Harry Swanson M.C. lor FRIE consultation  885-6281 or 1-733-0725 (collect)  EXCAVATING  W.D. EXCAVATING  1 ��� DrtresAtoy. * temAtnp *et*a***trm  i Service * luiw (laiMiia A Piwsfaibe*U  Sand I Graral * free Estimates  MARTY 886-9764  > CR 220-1526  CENTURY ROCK  ROCK WALLS  Mim  Ouality & Service  ��� Renovation*   ��� Addition*    ��� Siding  ��� Deck* & Fence*  ��� Oarage*  Small Projects to Custom Homes  885-3205  CADRE CONSTRUCTION LTD  Custom Built Homes  Renovations ��� Additions  886-3171  CONCRETE SERVICES  ENCO  CONCRETE  SUZTtVINO Tl III SUNS/ UNB COAST  HrdhVtix Concrete ��� Snnd A Gravel  Cwtos di Liners ��� Septic Tanks  FaX 886-81 13 aiae-~,ian  Gibsons von tvo SecheIt  886-8174  f��1  Swanson's  aReady-Mix Ltd.  \ssm  NtSCOR'  Mall lyaiM  INDUSTRIES LTD.  ���WMke  HEATIMG  DENNIS MULLIGAN  Plumbing A Hasting Ltd.  24 Hr. e. Emergency Service  Bus:886-8572 Home:885-7085 Fax:884-5392  ^  COTTRELLS MARINE SERVICE  TbtSMSklM  Caaat'e Evtarade  FCAWamt:  THEALLKW  WHUDE  y  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL OAS INSTALLATIONS  all NOW ������������7111  Showroom: 17} Payne Rd. tltwni       j  r_\EViriRUDE  ::��� ������ -,- "-.JSP     M  ............ COTTRELL'Srj  MAHiMr '.niuiri L J "';  MECHANICAL SERVICES  *9  ,���   umpamn ���.,��� Account! ���,,���     pju     ���i  |_88M����6_ I [   __tX_    11    885-2226    |  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box I7Z, 5417 Burnrt Rd., Sechell, B.C.VON 3A0  ��� Land Clearing & Developmeni  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  Serving tht  Coaat  for 12 year*  Our Customer Seivice Is  prompt with professional  work at competitive rales  SUNSHINE CLEAR  Pumps Ir Water Treatment  * Scrvtnf ABCoflMiMrtM fr RmMotTM  Puma and WitwTtwtment Needs  Call 883-9793 or 886-0614  H_  ENTERPRISES  MOBILE WELDING ANO FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIRS   STEEL ��� STAINLESS ��� ALUMINUM   uttamn im ronm. WW artecOMnuclwNMuslim  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  HOWARD LANQ  \j3i5meoBo atiotti  MttMSUMMNf COU1  886-3231  ___\J  V Kan Blrfcln���885-7487 ��� Cell 88S8177   J  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  <PAU!1f_-fi  GHJAUTY RENOVATIONS CABINETS  INTERIOR FINISH  Bob Scoba 883-9283  G.M.S.  Excavating  Gunnar Christiansen  eeii t-m-am S9C7flR)  Olbeons, BCVON 1V0  \f Thank You "  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate il when you lell Ihem  you found Ihem in  The Coast News    a  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  y ^731 North Hd., Gibsons 686-2112  _______________  mm  m Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Run your classified ad 6 times  and pay for only 2 times I  Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  FRIDAY AT NOON  __ Gibsons &  T��� Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Property  Properly wanled. Uncleared land  up to t/2 acre within 20 mm. travel  to Langdale lerry. Ocean view and  preferrably south/west exposure.  Phone 886-2055. ��30w  This lovely lamily home, with a  spacous. open design, is ideally  located near Wesl Sechelt school.  There are plenty of sunny windows  and oilers a view ol Trail Bay  Islands. The kilchen is bright wilh  plenty ol cupboards wilh an option  on 6 appliances The dining and  living rooms are open and feature  a nice fireplace and sundeck.  There are 4 large bedrooms The  master bedroom includes a 2-  piece ensuite and walk-in closet.  The downstairs has a very large  lamily room, a newly finished bathroom and laundry room. Oft the  Iront entrance is a newly built  12x16 den with a privale entrance  which would be great for a home*  based business. This home  includes a new built-in vacuum  system. It also has a very large,  nicely landscaped yard. Asking  $10.000 less than realtor suggests.  $172.000.885.8913. KOw  Save Realtor Fsss  Qibsons -1113 Sunnyside, large  landscaped lol wilh raised bed gardens, fruit trees, close to school 4  bus, quiel well-maintained area, 3  bdrm rancher. 1248 sg. ft Heavy  insulation. 2x6 const., 11/2 baths,  large deck. $176,500.866-6367 or  lv. mess, al 1-478-9753     ��30w  ACREAGE ROBERTS CREEK  CRYSTAL ROAD. Quiet rural setting, treed w/hydro access. 1.75 h.  asking, $185,000, no agents  please. 885-3469 ss  ROBERTS CREEK  BUILDING LOTS  Hall acre selectively cleared on  Richards Rd. Bryan Ledingham.  Sussex SRC Realty Corp, 925-  2911 ��33c  Madeira Park lol, Merrill Cresc.  cleared, .34 acre. 885-0899.   ss  1.   Homes &  Property  Roberts Creek 1/2 acre lot. Serviced, lully treed. Krause Road oil  Marlene 885-6280 ��29c  W. Sechelt. 1/4 acre GO. partial  view lol. lully serviced. Underground, paved w/curbs. $79,900.  885-4862 ss  Watertront lot, Sakinaw Lake. Sale  by owners. $150,000. Gary: eves,  1-872-21)7, days, 1-685-7478 ss  New 2 bdrm condo. 3 appl, ocean-  view, opposite Sunnycrest Mall.  For sale. $66,995. 886-2247 or 1-  255-0651 ��30c  MOSSVROCK  1.25 ACRES  Lasl lol available in popular newer  Roberts Creek subdivision. Gas,  waler and paved roads. Close lo  school, slore & goll course.  $110,000,886-8691 ��30c  2 yr old 3 bdrm, 3 balh. large rec.  room in basement, linished. 866  Oceanmount Blvd. For appt. phone  686-3726 K9w  A retirement delight. Immac.  almost new, extremely bright sgl.  Ivl. 1 owner home, bordering  putting green. Fealures ceramic  Me entrance, gracious living area.  Completely landscaped, lenced  backyard w'patio. cedar garden  shed, 2 bdrms, w/m closets, skylights. Rec. cenlre o<- site.  w/games rm, hoi tub. dry sauna,  showers and litness equipment.  Price $183,900. Possession date  Aug. 31/94 (flexible). Senous concerns only. 886-2211, For viewing:  Northwoods ��10.620 Kiwanis Way  ��29w  Sunshine Coasl properly wanled,  musl be reasonable. 681-7427 or  683-5544 #29w  Gibsons, View! Viewl View!  Rancher wilh everything including  new legal sell contained suite. Professionally landscaped. No agents  please. Tel: 666-4639       ��29w  TERROR RESPONSIBILITY  PLEASE CHECK YOUR AD ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS  Adwrtisen art asked to listen coreMv as oH ad* placed by  telephone   are   completely   read   back   verifying   requested  doufflcoticr, Hurt dote, number of insertions ond a copy content.  We take extreme care to avoid typographical errors, however, in  the event of on error, we are responsible only for ihe first incorrect  insertion of an od. We do not assume any responsibility for any  reason far an error in an ad beyond the cost of the ad itself.  A  GREAT]  IDEA.  any error IMMEDIATELY by eating 886-2622  ,or (83-3930 ���Monday to Friday 9 am. to 5 p.my  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements 7  Appliances 19  Autos 23  Barter & Trade 18  Bed and Breakfast 30  Births 2  Business and Home  Services 35  Business Opportunities 38  Campers 28  ChildCare 37  Commercial lor Rent 32  Entertainment 33  For Rent 31  For Sale 21  Found 11  Free 16  Furniture 20  Garage Sales 17  Heavy Equipment 22  Help Wanted 34  Home & Property 1  In Memoriam 4  Legal 41  Lost 10  Marine 28  Mobile Homes 27  Motorcycles 28  Music 13  Obituaries *"  Personal  Pets & Livestock  Recreation  Storage  Thank You  3  6  12  8  39  S  Too Late to Classify   40  Travel  Trucks  Wanted  Wanted to Rent  Weddings &  Engagements  Work Wanted  14  24  IS  29  9  36  Off xou*  At any of our convenient  Friendly  ���i People Places mi  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 8H.V2H8H  In Halfmoon Bay  B4J STORE 885H5S5  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885:1400  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Line (behind Dockside Phirmacy)   886-2622    1.   Homes &  Property  This is a little gem lor Ihe discriminating buyer 1200 sq. It., 4 yrs,  sophisticated adult house, close lo  village. Charming living room, fireplace welcomes. Sun-lilled kilchen,  breakfast area opens onlo si palio  & garden. 2 lull baths, master  ensuite. Big studio (easily 2 bdrms  again!) Sky/It, extra big windows.  Mature artistic landscaping, dog  run and kennel. Appliances. No  agenls $174,900. Call B85-6010  to view. ss  $129,000 Ocean view. 2 bdrm,  privale lenced garden, airtight  woodstove insert, Seima Park.  685-0219. NO AGENTS PLEASE  ���29c  SARGEANT BAY WATER VIEW  .44 ACRE  Sought alter location. Privale cul-  de-sac. Close lo school, park,  beach & transportation. Level  entry. 1-649-7077 (long wkend  only) or 1-984-6689 K9c  SECHELT TOWNHOUSE  ���44-5761 Whart nd 2 bdrm. 2  baths, close lo all amenities.  $113,900. 986-4657 or 886-3930.  Open Sit/Sun 11-3 pm.   ��29c  W. Sechelt, new 1350 sq. It. rancher. Dbl. garage, 2 lull baths, 3  bdrms, skylight, natural gas heat,  maple cabinets. $174,900 885-  7972. ss  View lot overlooking Madeira Park  Centre. 102II. homage clear. Septic Ok. $65,000 obo. 883-9418. ss  REDUCED  Ideal bed 1 breaklast cottage or  great for added income as a renlal.  Musl move lo your property. Fully  finished 1 bdrm catnn. Call loday  lor details. 886-2751.        ��2Bc  OCEANMOUNT ESTATES  Elegant 3 bdrm home, 2 baths,  level entry, large view deck, 1600  sq. It. main linished. 1600 sq. ft.  down semi-finished. Fully landscaped. Asking $259,000. 886-  0984. ��8c  Roberts Creek: 1/2 acre, square  lol, Spruce Road, $99,000.885-  5779. ss  1.   Homes &  Property  7.   Announcement  ��� 7.   Announcement  MRyWHIII  MS-M35  ANDERSON REALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Retirement  ��� Relocation  FREE  CATALOOUK  56B6 Cowrie St., Box 1218  Sechell. BC. VON SAO  MS4211FAXMS-MM  Van Toll Free SS4-S016  4 bdrm lamily home w/1 bedroom  suite, W. Sechell. Good Investment. $163,900 ObO. B85-5764.SS  Lol 71. Merrill Crescent, Pender  Harbour. Ready lo build, septic in,  financing. 883-9597. ss  RARE OUALITY ACREAGE  Great Ocean View, extensively  improved, well treed and wilhin  walking distance to Sgts Bay  Marine Park. This acreage Is in a  growing large lol subdivision wilh  Iwo driveways lo access upper and  lower sections ol properly al  $155,000. Lot 23 ol Leaning Tree  Subd. will nol last long' Call Dave  946-7655 or pgr. 1-979-4042. ss  Gambier Island. For sale by owner.  Beautilul 6 acres. 2 bdrm character  house and separate studio, 1 1/4  acre ot garden area 6 new  orchard, stream. 10 min. walk Irom  lerry. $225,000. Call 886-3214. ss  ROBERTS CREEK  4 bdrm. home with hardwood and  slate Iloor throughout on private  .67 acre. Two car garage, workshop and potential revenue/in-law  suite. Zoned R2. $259,000. please  call 885-2253, no agents.       ss  Lome Berman and Denise Rochon  are delighted to announce the Welcome Passage & peacelul arrival  ol Iheir new daughler, born al  home at Reception Point, In Hallmoon Bay July 1,1994. Special  gratitude to midwife Wendy  Clemens lor your caring friendship,  your loving support & guidance t  lor your vast knowledge, wisdom,  6 trust in Ihe miracle ol childbirth.  ���26c  We would like to sincerely thank  our lamily, Iriends and neighbors  lor Iheir overwhelming support during the recent loss ol our deal ion  Jason. We appreciated the cards,  the expressions ol concern, Ihe  help and especially the prayers  that upheld us during this time.  Reg 4 Rebecca Pawliuk & family  'Earth hath no sorrow that Heaven  cannot heal' *28c  11/4 ACRES  Partner wanted to share 2 1/2  acres ol beautllul, very privale  acreage w/mounlain view, zoned  lor 2 homes (no mobiles). Minutes  trom Gibsons. $85,000.686-4888.  ���28c  Require a building lot in or near  Gibsons, serviced with access lor  under $50,000.886-3015 alter 6.  tins  Commercial lol across Irom medical building, $95.000.9850412.  ss  In Lovely W.SscMt  OPEN HOUSE  Sal 2-4pm, 5455 Mills Rd  Great 3 bdrm. 3 balh lamily home.  Oak kilchen w/ssling area, sep.  dining rm. living rm. W/F/P and  den on main Iloor. All bdrms.  upstairs ��� Ige. master has ensuite  1 walkin closet. Nicely landscaped  lenced backyard w/deck 6 hot tub.  AH appliances included and w/w  carpeting throughout. $210,000.  Sale by owner. 739-4100 Vanc.ss  Require a building lol in or near  Gibsons, serviced with access for  under $50,000 886-3015 alter 6.  tfns  Roberts Creek 1.0 acre, southern  exposure, partially Ireed. building  site cleared, peculation lest  approved. Robinson Road or  Woodley Road access. $126,000.  886-7372. ss  Secret Cove. 2 bdrm condo, 6  appl., view. Asking $149,900 594-  9310 ss  Close in - Gibsons lot. Trickle-  brook Way. $79,500.1-922-3559.  SS  COSTARICA  2 lots lell m Phase I, Esperanza  Ranch. Each lol 2.5 acres, serviced, pnvate communily, tropical  park with hiking/riding trails, swim.  ming Close lo shopping, beaches,  restaurants, golfing. $26,500 each.  885-5157. ss  Halfmoon Bay. Unique 2 level log  home, new carpels, oak kilchen,  large rock l/p, w/RSF slove, 2  decks, ocean view, on park-like 2/3  acre. Added bonus: 1 bdrm w/loft  cabin, presently rented at  $400/mo $215.000. 885-8989. SS  For sale by owner: 3 bedroom  rancher on .36 acre. 6098 Alder-  wood Road. Hallmoon Bay,  $169,900. Don. days al 885-2201,  evenings 885-0944. ss  Gibsons Animal Hospilal is  pleased to announce thai stalling  immediately Dr. Rob Spooner will  be practicing on Wednesdays and  Thursdays, until Aug 25. Dr. Bennett will be practicing Mondays,  Tuesdays, Fridays S Saturdays  until Aug. 27 KOc  Forst Pottery, open Friday and  Saturday 9 am ��� 3 pm or by  appointment 686-2543. 1040  Chamberlin Road, Gibsons. ��33c  coteotHooi  Registered Nurse   "  Homemakers - Gardeners  Bonded 4 Insured  HELP ��fyt WAY  GUsonslo Perkier Hatour  J____  m_\   ���    Lkxb  W ^t'W^f     Reeve  11 \\W 886-3188  |   ��� eve 886-3714  Summer lun for kids!  Ages 7-17. Multi-sports, soccer. t\  basketball camps. July 4-29. Aug.  22-26. Great instruction. Coach  Sluis, 686.9659 *32w  Reward: Stolen Irom School Rd.  lownhouse. 2 pair anlique scissors, approx. 10 necklaces (sentimental, no value.) 885-0333, lv.  message. ��29c  Yes, there is a gay and lesbian  group on the Sunshine Coast Box  1619, Gibsons. BC, VON W0��29w  To tlie young lady in green shorts.  We spoke briefly al the video store  on Ihe evening of June 30.1 was  embarrassed bul now I'm  intrigued. Drop me a line - you  know who I am. The Motorcycle  Man. Box L, Box 68, Sechelt, BC,  V0N3A0 #30c  "It just can't be that all the good  ones are taken - I'm not!" Good  hearted, attract., est., SWM, 30s,  seeks slim, n/s romantic, humour-  loving tingle lemale who enjoyi  hiking, travel, quiet times. Please  reply wilh pholo to Box 422 c/o  Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons,  BCV0N1V0 K8c  Counselling for Individuals, couples and lamilies. Consultation  snd support for step families.  Call Mary Lang (MSW, RSW)  MM144 130c  Cameo Singles Club. Crib, luncheons, potluck dinners, dancing,  hikes, camping. Call lor inlo 886-  3921 or 685-5384. Ifn  ELLEN BESSO  Relaxation for the  mind & the body  _   .  ��� Trager��  JR      '��� Acupressure  *���=)   - Reiki 1   ��� Therapeutic  Toudi  Release tension &  emotional blocks  in a safe, nurturing  environment  SpccUdns M women'! tteatth  886-4274  Flying High Stables  Roberts Creek (lormerly Ellingham  Stables) presents: Tols n Ponies  summer riding program, 3-7 yr  olds. 4 day sessions start July 4.  Tina Wilson 885-9969 or 883-9124  eves. KBw  Day Clubs: Kids 5-10, Tuesdays:  Jr. Youth, 10-13, Thurs. $5 i  $8/day. Bethel Baptist Church.  Inlo: 885-2454,885-3919.   KSw  Individual counselling in beautilul  Tuwanek with Carolyn Lincoln,  RPC. ��� addictions ��� independence  ��� trauma ��� women's issues. 885.  4672 K6w  SECHELT FARMERS MARKET  Firsl and third Saturdays, to -1  pm, behind Gilligan's Pub.   #28c  PRIVATE TUITION  Fully  qualified,  experienced  teacher available. Adults, high  school, elementary students. 886-  8468. #26c  For Rent: Marquees for weddings.  Bar-b-ques, family gatherings. 20 x  20.885-2696 or 885-3474. I32w  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-8208,24 hour line. Ifn  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton Iruck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rotolilling, odd jobs.  885-3917. tins  Ooes someone in your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 865-7484, 886-9069.  Al-Aleen 866-2565 or 685-7484.  Sunshine Coast  Transition Houss.  A safe place for women and children in crisis. Free conlidential 24  hour seivice. 815-2944 tin  Dominique's  School of Dam*  RAD. Ballet Classes  FranJYnnOMloAtlvincnl  Lead guitarist, looking lo join / form  heavy rock or metal band. Inlo  originals and some covers. Aaron  886-4049 alter 5 pm.        ��28c  Antique upright piano. Clinton.  Ivory keys, metal sounding board,  beautiful sound. $1000.885-9306.  tins  JOINT GIANT FLEA MARKET  sponsored by Roberls Creek  Legion 219 and tha Ladies Auxiliary.10 - 3 pm, Roberts Creak  Community Hall, July 16 617.  Tables: $15 one day, $25 two  days. Phone Diana Gaudaur (after  6 pm), 885-3159, Jack Eldred  (alter 6 pm), 885-3381       K8w  CMP RADIO  Persons interested in forming s coop radio association should phone  683-9899. K9c  Robeits Cieek ICG lease renewal?  Protest letters at RC Store. Inlo:  8854139 or 886-3977       129c  DANCE WORKSHOPS  with award winning Canadian  choreographer PAULA ROSS lor  children and adults. July 14,15,  16, at Gibsons United Church Hill.  Foi inlormation, Leslie 6866044 or  Meg, 886-2069 KSw  Trained in Shiatsu Therapy and  Swedish body care. Introductory  1/2 price. 8864336. KOw  KAYAK FUN DAY  Gibsons' Sea Cavalcade needs  entries lor Ihe tsl Annual Kayak  Fun Day. Circumnavigate Keats  Island in something that floats, win  prizes! For entry forms, call 886-  9760 tins  CREEK STEP  SUMMER SCHEDULE  Tues, Thurs, Sat, 9:30 am. Complete aerobic workoul with weights.  SI. Aidan's Hall, Roberts Creek.  Evening dasses? Call 886-3634  tins  COMPUTER HELP  IBM hardware i software consulting a installation. Upgrades to  memory, CD-ROM, hard drivel,  modemss t others. Call or tax  Dan, 663-8599 ��30c  Anorexia, bulimia, overeating: do  you suffer from an eating disorder  6 need to talk? Strictly conlidential.  Reply lo Box K, Coasl News,  Sechelt. ��30c  VERSATILE THACTOR Co.  * Excavator  * Bobcat with Landscape Rake  * Fencing & Landscaping  .jaj     Dan Plows  '^5^886-2485  r��,  ULTIMATE!  Bored? Tired of Parcheesi? Come  play Ultimate - a non-contact Ins-  bee football howl-of-a-time. II  you're an enthusiastic adult, come  play Weds, 6:30pm at Dougal  Park. tfns  Beaches - tails ��� rain - shine. Spiritual walks, mental, physical  heallh. 866-3956 KSc  ECONO AUTOBODY  I win beat all other bodyshop prices  on the Coast lor bodywork snd  painting. 6860662 KBw  tUt FITNESS  Mon. Wsd, Fri; 9:15 am. Tues,  Thurs; 6:30 pm. Step t strength 6  stretch. St. Maiy's Hall, Gibsons.  866-8305 K8w  The time to gst  PROTECTION  is before you have become  s victim of  CRIME!!  Personal - Home ��� Car ��� Property  Affordable crime prevention prod-  uds. Neighbourhood, block watch,  group crime prevention presentations Iree ol charge. 665-3062.  126c  Jusl moved trom Toronlo:  PROFESSBNAL  PHOTOGRAPHER  15 yis tailing award winning photos,  patrate, modeling podlotos, band pro-  mos and much, much more! To bock  an appt orkx more rtormabon,pleeae  call Water al 865-3690 anytme.KSw  Ann Ooslerhuis Is pleased to  announce she has Joined the learn  ol ITP Suncoast Agencies as outside sales agent She invites her  clients to call either 686-6774 or  886-9255 to look after all Iheir travel arrangements. ��30c  WESTCOAST EXPLORERS  BUS TOURS  July 5. Whistler; July 14, Royal  Hudson t MV Britannia; Aug. 2,  Oueen Elizabeth Park 1 Grouse  Mtn; Aug. 6, Vancouver Symphony  on Whistler Mln; Aug 25, Vancouver Game Farm 4 New Westminster Quay; Dec. 15. shopping, dinner, t Christmas lights. Overnight  Hips: Aug. 10-11, Internationa  Fireworks display; July 22-24. Victoria Flower i Garden Festival;  Sept. 13-14. Victoria 6 Chemai-  nus; Sept 19-23, Wesl Edmonton  Mall; Oct 7-11, Octoberfest in Kim-  berley; Oct 21- Nov 22. New  Zealand, Australia t Fiji; Nov. 30-  Dec.3, Victorian Christmas 6 Leavenworth lights. For more information call 886-4662 ��28w  VIOLIN. VIOLA" CELLO  lessons. All ages and levels.  Redroolls. 885-1066 K9w  Piano Tuning  *  >repalts  'appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  17. Garage Sales  5744 Boulevard, Sechelt. Sat -  Sun, July 16-17,10-2 pm    K8c  July 16 ��� two greal garage sales  within walking distance! Lois ol  good slulf! 10 ��� 3 pm, 1408 Park  ave i 3700 Heal Rd., Rbts Crk. No  Early Birds. K8w  Moving sale: all items new or good  cond, lurn, lv, m/w, sew. mach,  desk, baby Hems, toys, hardware,  car slereo. 865-0270, view/inquire.  ��30c    GAMBIER ISLAND  Sal July 16,11 am-4 pm. Pole 9,  Grove Rd, Wesl Bay.        KBw  Sechell Seniors Hall. July 23 10-3  pm. Saleable donations welcome.  885-3513,685-2942 KOw  18  Barter & Trr  Swap goat manure lor your flower  garden, PU Iruck or bags. Need,  unaltered pony coll, blue heeler  pup or dooerman, cedar 7' plus  diam, 8'lence posts. $10/PU truck  load. 885-3044 KOc  Mets Appliance   SSHTSmipatr  Repaii to all makes ol  major appliances. Sales  of good used appliances  with warrantees.  Call Harvey at 886-9959  Located next to  Patra Pizza on Hwy 101  Gibsons  Fluffy lemale tabby trom 1025  North Rd. 886-7029,866-2273.  K6c  Black neutered short-haired cat  with sar ID tattoo, Gibsons Marina,  341-5916 cell phone or call SPCA  I30w  Green rosary beads with shamrock  design on each bead, around June  10, great sentimental value.  Reward, 666-7002 ��30w  Man's tan Cooper Baseball glove  al Cliff Gilker. 866-9360     KSc  Mr. GreenJeans peach-faced  green lovebird, Halfmoon Bay  area. Reward. 8856023     K8c  Reward: for return ol black 6 purple Iguana man's mountain bike,  has waler bottle holder, black lender missing. Taken from School Rd.  residence. 686-8717 or Gibsons  RCMP 886-2245. this  Csmera at Trout Lsks. Identity.  885-2770. KSc  June 20, Plumper Cove, Keats  Island, very friendly loving large  domestic short-haired grey 6 white  cat. Please phone Violet, 866-  2407. KSC  Zucchini-cherry loal recipe w /  almond extract. 886-9346. KOw  Lower end lor older 50 hp Mercury.  683-9228. KOw  Small wood stove, cheap. 886-  7177. KOw  Mountain bike, in good cond. for  10 year old. 686-9290       KOw  Wanled: clean Iill. 4 or 5 truck-  loads. 1861 Lower Rd, Roberls  Creek. 686-3282 KOc  Wanted: comfy chair and/or small  couch for poor, lurnilureless  Roberts Creek resident. 886-0971  tfns  A 6 cyl. North Amencan 1/2 to 3/4  ton truck. Full size, good cond. and  canopy prelened. 1980-1985. Call  Gamett, 665-1976      '    KSc  Old used bricks. Please call 885-  3917 tins  WANTED: Books 1 magazines  for the elderly. Preferably large  print novels 4 picture books. Con-  tact Elizabeth Simpson wk. 886-  2622 hm. 886-7355. Ifns  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS Wanted: comfy chair anoVor small  REALLY DO WORK! Get rid ol couch (or p00,, furnitureless  those unwanted items in the Coasl Roberts Creek resident. 8860971.  News Classifieds. Call 886-2262 in ifns  Gibsons or 886-3930 mSechelt  Large old model white Iridge,  works good, $60.886-3307 eves.  428c  Kenmore HD washer 4 dryer, 1 yr  old. $850 obo. Musl sell. 683-2320  ���30w  Admiral Frost/Free Iridge, 17 yrs  old; self clean oven, harvest gold.  $500.885-9100 K9c  Inglis H/D washer 6 dryer, working  older models, $200 set, 865-9667  ���29c  Fridge & slove, almond. $600;  portable washer 8 dryer, aulo,  $400; b/id/w. $179; Kenmore  washer ( dryer, white, $500:  Coldspot 18 cu. It. upright freezer,  $289; 21 cu. ft. Admiral white sxs 3  door like new, (549 snd much  more! Appliances reconditioned,  warranty 6 mos.'- 2yrs. Phone  Biorn 685-7697 Or Corner Cupboard. 685-4434. I28C24- Vikln  electric slove, good cond., $100.  885-9536. SS  Storage space lor a lew household  items and boxes. Preferably in  Gibsons. 886-7075. tins  BUYING COINS  Bank Notes  Gold 6 Silver  Video Etc.  8864312  ttn  Power washer. Call 886-8558.tlns  Miiiermatic 250 wire teed, like new,  $1600.865-3679 eves.      MOw  Kiosk cupboards and shelves,  ideal for workshop or basement,  $100.865-2361. KOw  Toshiba microwave: concrete  mixer. 886-2431. KOw  Philips CD player, $95: hair dryer,  not used, still in box, $6: warming  tray, $6.866-2513. KOw  Lab cross 1 year old, great with D��"��oom equipment including  kids, needs s good home. Have lo enl8r����f; ���*!�����,adl0: DBaM '"  move. Male, nol neutered. 665-  confuter program. 886-8160.  4735.  KOw  ���30w  Belgian Draft Horse, 17 H.H. gelding, 16 yrs., includes hsrness,  $1350.885.7430. ss  GOLDFISH  all types  SUPPLIES  tanks, pumps, etc.  TROPICAL FISH  686-9890   K9C  English Riding Lessons  at Fairway Stables Great summei  activity. Ages 8 ��� sdult. Experienced certilied riding instructor.  Day I evening lesson times available. 685.5423 #28w  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Since 1980  Dog 1 Cat Boarding  "Science Diet' pet loods  Dog Obedience Classes  Adorable 8 week old male tabby  kitten. 886-3051. K8c  Japanese plums lor wine or |am.  886-6074 between 2 - 6 pm ��6c  Old National Geographies. 886-  2199. "28c  Complete pick-up: Electric slove,  codes table, colour TV. lawn  umbrella. All working cond. One  stop only. 686-3176. KSc  Satellite dish i receiver. 8854555  or 291-8887 128c  General Electric clothes dryer,  886-9346 128c  Two male orange tabby kittens 6  wks old, seek good home 885-  6477 ��28c  Colonic irrigation. Call Carolyn,  8856657 K6w  For sale: antique player piano wih  music rolls. 686-9240        129c  Moving Sale. Everything musl go.  816 Mountamview Rd.. Gibsons.  886-4149. KSw  Sal., July 16, 10 ��� 2 pm. 291  Cochrane Rd., Gfcsons Some lurniture, Camaro. Early birds pay  10��. more. KBw  Multi-tamlly garage sale. 266  Glasslord Rd., Gibsons Sat., July  16.9 -1 pm. No early beds ��� dog  Is loose. KSw  Sat July 16 Multi-family yard t  craft sale. Island View Drive.  Woodcreek Park. 104 pm   128c  Church yard sale. 5768 Ebbtide.  Sechelt. Assortment. Sat. July 16.  9:30 am ��28c  Cold Irame: alum, screen door;  house jacks; picnic table; alum,  stand-up clothes line; sink: loilel;  day pots: child's desk: cupboard;  canning jars: light fixtures: lamps;  doghouse.885-1942.        ��30w  Glass blocks. 6x6 installed and  supplied, $9.25 per unit. S.A.  Malhiesen Ltd.. Masonry Contractor 883-2343. KOw  Urge Ireezer, $395: Iridge, $295;  b-i dishwasher. $185: Nordic Track  ski machine, $475: weight loss  tapes. Susan Powter program.  $65.686.9097. ��30w  Plastic drums 45 gal size lor floats  elc $15 each. 885.7782 after 5 pm  now  12 speed youth mountain b��e w  helmet. $110; I960 Honda 80cc  molor bike w/helmet, $100. 885-  5416 (evenings) ��30w  For all your  renovation needs call  BRVCE RANDALL  CONTRACTING  ��� Residential  ���Commercial  ��� Fire Estimates .  Call Bruce SS5-1949  Sunbeam 35000 BTU gas bbq,  brand new. 886-9346        130c  One pair wooden water skiis: alumin truck canopy, $200.885-2396  KOc  Heavy duty utility trailer. Everything new. Needs box to complete.  $275 886-2298 KOc  _______________________  Mfa  _____i 21. For Sale  Roof trusses, good prices, assorted sizes, 686-8201 KOc  DECEMBER FOREST  PRODUCTS  Mixed firewood, spllit t delivered.  Full cords, $100, cedar available,  886-0349 ��29w  Highchair, FP, $50; double stroller,  $100,886-8860 K9w  21. For Sale  Garden Mix ��� Sand  Bark Mulch ��� Gravels  Have Dump-will trawl  up I o 4 yd. loads  call Dave 886-7348  Lumber clear out, prices reduced;  cedar - hemlock ��� fir, some old  growth clears. 685-0270    K9w  Machinist tools and mechanics  tools lor sale. Exc. shape 886-  2431  #29w  Traditional wood table 8 4 chairs,  $150. Sofa bed, like new, $325.  886-8140 K9w  2 Mach-two speekers; RPH 160  watts, lor larger living  quarters/meeting rooms, 15'  woofers, 5' midrange, dual tweeter homs, 25-40 Mix, $325. 885-  9267    K9w  Dry, seasoned or green. Call  Klaus, apeak to my electric secretary. 865-0679 K9c  Welding machine AC 230 - some  accessories; Farmer John 6  boots; equalizer hitch lor 20 ft trailer; table saw, extra blades, 885-  5616 K9c  Farmer John med. men's wet suit;  snowboard; Good Year 14' snow  lires; baby change table; boy's  baby clothes; deluxe baby carriage. 885-9100 K9c  Cedar fencing - we've had a  change of plans! 620 pes. 1x6x4';  62 pes. 2x4x10' treated; 48 pes.  4x4x6'6" treated - Lot price $1600.  885-9667 eves K9c  Delta 12' variable speed wood  lathe. Still in crate. Cost $627, selling tor $425 firm. 886-4938 K9c  WILDFLOWERS  It's not too late! You could hsve  snnusl .wildflower* blooming til  thru Ihe fall and a beautilul perennial display nexl year il you plant a  wildflower garden this month. Our  seeds tnd simple directions sre  available at your local gaiden centres and shops. Small or largt  quantities, they can be aeeded  Iron) early spring to late tall.  Roberts Creek WMftowr Fetm  KSc  Crib 8 mattress, $90; highchair,  $40; stroller, $30; chsnge table,  $15; car ttat, $25. Olfers welcome. 866-9240 #29c  Ctnos 180 wtlder 14 HP, just  rebuill $850.886-7890     K8w  16 cu. ft freezer, good cond, $200  ObO. 885-3719 KSw  26' colour TV, $100. Rowing  machine, Uke new, $100.40 channel CB, $50.8864662      KSw  Task armoire, task dining rm  tsblt, 23' colour TV console  w/remoie., one ol s kind sewing  centre. 886-3932 KSw  16' canoe, cedar strip. $1200.  886-8074 KBw  GOLDFISH  all types  SUPPLIES  lanks, pumps etc.  TROPICAL FISH  129c  lar siding, 1600 lineal.  It. Top quality. $1000 obo. 885-  0545 K8w  Baby and toddler car seat, two  baby carriers, Peter Rabbit twin  bedding set. 66*0545      K8w  FIREWOOD  Fii or alder, $120/cord split 6  delivered. 886-7774 KOw  BARK MULCH  Mushroom manure, delivered, $28  per yard. 686-7774 KOw  Exterior door w/trame * hdwart,  $100; 1 extsiior door w/hdwars,  $50; 6' wooden sliding patio door,  $125; gold dishwasher, Hotpoint,  $100. Alter 5 pm, 686-0580 KSw  Two yr old Noma lawnmower, B 6  S 3.5, gst, txc. cond. $125 obo.  Folding artificial Xmas Iree, 7 tt  inclu. storage box, good cond,  $50,886-7219 KSw  Like new - Universal weighl lifting  machine. York 3001, exc. cond.  1400 lirm. 886-9883 or 886-3552  KBw  Large 30 tl Terry 5th wheel.Good  cond. Idssl lot couple to live in tor  stsrtsr home. A good buy tt  $8000.886-2454 KSw  20 It brown wrought iron railing, 2-  4 ft lids sections, $400, or oilers.  886-3714 KBw  Royal Albert 'Old Country Rose';  stainless steel sink w/ faucet; sun  lounger cot; wooden 6 It slep ladder. 886-2431 #28w  PLEASE MUM  CHILOREN"SWEAR  Earn Iree children's clothing by  hosting a home party. Lots of lun  wilh lots of benelils. Call now lor a  free catalogue, to palce an order  or book your party. Kim: 885-0918  Klc  Double axel utility trailer, heavy  duty, $1500 firm.866-9741 or cell.  240-9273. #28c  Two solid core exterior doors; 2  stainless sleel sinks; 2 4-chair sets  8 table; large selection older  Irench windows and large alum,  frame windows; plus 5 ft. sliding  door. All $15-40. King waveless  waterbed, $150 obo: solid oak  mantle, 61/2 ft. h. x 5 tl. w. 865-  4804. #28c  17 bundles ($12 each) of Interlock  shingles, black 5 2/3 sq. 885-  7977. #2Bc  Grandfather clock from Germany,  oak, many leatures, bevelled  glass. 866-8550. ss  York 6900 weight bench with 165  pounds. 686-7038. KBc  Ladies and men's 10 spd. blkts,  good cond., $30 ea. 866.8459.  KBc  UGHTMAN VIDEO:  Inexpensive Wedding Packages.  Special Events 6 Stage Productions for Ihe cost ol copies. 3 yrs.  on Ihe Sunshine Coasl - people  enjoy my work 8866634.   KSc  Four wooden armchairs, 1 table  top, metal base, $250 a set. 685-  349a K8w  Heavy duty radial arm saw, 20'  blade, $3000 obo. 886-8201 KBc  10x7 overhead garage door, $225.  885-3557. K8c  RASPBERRIES  U pick. Tues., Thurs., Sat AM,  Hwy. 101 or phone 686-2932.K6C  2 construdion walk planks, 24 It.,  aluminum /wood. 685-0737.   ss  MOVING-MUST SELL  7 ft. sola 6 matching chair, 2 cuslom designed area carpels,  anlique high chair, Evenllo 7 yr.  car seat, Dorell stroller, rocking  chairs, oil tank. 6654026.   K6c  Wsldtr wtight btnch Ilex bind  gym, $250, excellent condition.  886-2504. tins  Goll clubt, mtn't starter ttt. 7  with bag, 6 mot. old. $200.885-  4765. Mn  SUNCO  Recycled Building Moterioli  Fiench Doot*/M.-Etf. Dooij  Alum. & Vinyl Windows  Lighting/Kitchen &  Ballroom Fixtures etc.  VM our stem or cal  ������������������������  5653 WhorfM., Sechelt  Recycle m Sartra  MONSAT9om-5pm  Brothers knitting machine No.  KH8B1 with ribber tnd electric  knitter plus 3 different attachments. Lots ol cone wool snd patterns. $1000 firm 883-2887     st  Antique wood burning cook stove,  $600 885-3506. II  Sean 9' garagt door 6 opener  (new 1000 aa.) $650.885-0244.se  Dbl. stainless ileal sink w/taps,  txc. cond., $60; 885-7144  tftis  Colour pencil portraits from your  favourite pholo. Pett, family,  friends. 9'x12', $35. Send cheque  or M/O along with photo to P.O.  Box 291, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  Pis. allow 6-8 wkt. lor delivery.  Satisfaction guaranteed or money  refunded. tins  FIREWOOD FOR SALE  Dry fir, $85 lor pick-up load; green  aider/tir, $65 loi pick-up load.  Dave 885-9306. tfn*  Heii-ox-18 bind milk a hom  with communications gear, $3000;  T-30 Ingersol! Rand compressor  comes* 5x200 cu. It. Cascade 3  HP. 3 PH, starter filter, etc. Hydro  just expired auto shutoll al 3100  psi. $3500.686-9464. tins  5 rolls ol FAX piper 8 1/2'x328',  1-core, $5.95 per roll. 886-2622.  tfns  12 II. chrome 'A' vent chimney,  $100; Itrge capacity wood healer,  $500 all like new. 865-7611.   n  22. Heavy  Equipment  Body shop equipment, welders,  floor jacks. 20' long body & frame  slraightener ��� Chard. All like new.  Value, $30,000. Asking $6000.1-  351-2711 KOw  American log loader track  machine. 941 Cat w/4-in-l bucket,  log grapple 6 winch. Sidewinder.  883-2057 ��30c  Case 580 B Construclion King  back hoe w/extendahoe, $9500.  865-5444 KBw  Patrich lorklift, 12,000 lbs., $6500  obo; 8 ton 1979 International with  40'crane 6 40'trailer, $14000  obo; 1977 International flat deck,  $8000 obo; 3 phase Webster com-  pressor, 5 hp, $2000.666-8201.  KBc  25. Campers & RVs |26. Marine  SATELLITE SALES  AND SERVICE  Programming subscriptions.  Gresn Onion Earth Station  tin  QOODHAY  KOO/Bale Delivered  Garden Mulch Hey $3,50  Whole oatt10c/lb  Cell Between 12-1 pm  885-9357  BODY WORK! WELDING  Reasonable rates.  Painting available  For tree estimate, 885-0531  KSw  '80s  '56 Buick Special. 2 dr. 90,000  orig. miles. Rebuilt DIF., brakes.  $900,865-4804 KOc  '68 Cadillac Fleetwood Limo. No  rusl, super shapt. $8000 obo.  886-7954 KOc  '68 Firebird, big block 400 Munci 4  spd ml Hurst shifter. Ealons Limited slip rearend $2000 obo 886-  3349 ss  '70s  Musl sell: 1972 MG Midget Conv.,  runs ok, lots ol parts - lun! $1600  obo. 8854828 K9w  72 Mercedes 230. $2650 or trade  VW van or 4x4.883-1161   KBw  '73 Super Beetle, $2500 obo.  883-9234. ss  73 Lincoln town cai, 460, full  electric, best ollei. 865-2698. ss  '82 Toyota Tercel, 4 dr., new  exhaust, good lires. Slrong runner,  low mileage. Gotta sell. 886-2457.  KOw  '82 Chrysler New Yorker. Great  condition, no rust. $1750. 886-  3124 KOc  '62 Blue Z28 Camaro, Mop,  garage kepi, lady driven. 886-  8351 KOc  '82 Volvo GL 4 spd. Good running  cond. $3200 obo. 685.0545 KBw  '82 Ford Mustang, 117,000 k's, 6  cyl. aulo. Very good condition.  $2500. Call 886-0366. ss  '82 Mazda RX7, good cond., new  clutch, brakes, $3100.886-8032.  ss  1983  '83 Pontiac 6000 LE, Auto, 4 dr,  runs good. $1350 obo. 865-4346  ��0w  ���83 Mustang A 72 VW Westfalia,  both lor parts. Bsst offer, 886-  0662 KSw  1984  '84 Pontiac Parisian. 4 dr, new  brakes, tires, exhausl. $2000 obo.  866-3368, after 5 pm        KSc  '84 Honda Civic, 5 tpd. EXC.  RUNNING COND. $2500 obo.  686-0365 K9w  '84 Nissan Micra HB, $1100 obo.  For sale as of July 16. Offers welcome now at 886-6015 or 1-649-  5207 KBw  '64 BMW 2 dr., p/s, p/b, sunrool,  sir cond. $5500 obo. 683-9418.  K8c  '84 Honda Civic hatchback 1500S  std., 1 owner, exc. cond. $3495  lirm. Call 885-3943 and leave  message. ss  '64 Crown Victoria aulo, o/d, d/l,  a/c, textras, $2950,885-9648 ss  1992  '92 Honda Civic, white, Sony  slereo. exc. cond. $9000. 886-  2341_  ss  '92 Aerostar, 7 pass. Exc. cond.  42,000 km. 686-7524 eves,    ss  '89 2-71 stepside 4x4, lully loaded,  must sell. 886-7484. ss  '89 Bronco II XL silver, V6 5 sp.,  cass., dean 8 comfortable, $9600.  865-2133. ss  1993  CLEAROJT! Used tires, wheels,  Chevetle; Honda Accord parts.  865-7167 u  '55 Chevy pick up, 283 4 spd,  $5500; 327 Corvette motor, rebuilt,  $1500.685-5467. ss  70s  1985  74 Volvo 145 station wagon lor  parts. $200 obo. 863-9228. KOw  74 Datsun 2402,280 engine, mag  wheels. Body ok, runt, Irtmt  gone. Good parts car. Reasonable  oilers pleass. 866-0956     KOc  74 Buick 2 door auto, pb/ps, good  tires, motor, 76,000 mi. $450.883-  9418. K8c  78 Dodge Challenger, $400 obo.  663-9226. KOw  78 Camaro 350 V8. No mat, sxc.  cond., suto, $2000 dim; 866-8615  #300 ���    '65 Ctmiro V6, 5 spd., low kms,  economical power, $3500 obo.  886-9774. KOw  1886  '86 Mercedes Benz, model 190.  Driven by present owner since  new. Reason for selling - owner's  age. $20,000.886-8666.    KBc  '86 LaBaron. a/c, cruise control, tilt  steering, tm/lm cassette, p.w,  $5895.686-4576 lv. mess. KOw  '66 Hyundai Stellar, 4 cyl, 5 spd, 1  owner. 56,000 km, $1300. 886-  7927 KOw  '86 Honda Civic, 4 dr sedan. One  woman car, 5 tpd, low miles,  $4200 obo. 886-0750        KOc  76 VW pssisngsr vsn, 2L lusl _ Hyundsl ��� Good cond. 52,800  Injected, Porshe sngins, Immsc. m. n, cond., stereo radio & t^w -  cond! $5000. Mutt be seen. 886- s wh���|8 & ������,. ,jkjn, ,17M.  8804 Kfc 885-2942 K9w  78 BMW 320 14 ipd., tunroof, ~" ~  mags, rebuilt engine, new dutch,  header, apare parti. $2200 obo.  865.9152. KSc  1971  79 T-Bird 302 luto, p/s, p/w, p/b,  $750.8854706 KSw  Wricking high perl. 79 Mul-  lanjfB5 302, whob car, 685-7233  K9w  79 Honda Accord, only 147,000  km, 5 spd., 4 door. Very reliable.  $1250.8864510. KSc  79 Porche 824,72,000 mi., premium condition, $5600 obo. 886-  0181. tl  '76 Ford Fairmont, good running  condition, ntw transmission,  exhausl. 885-5102. is  1980  '80 Monzt 4 tpd, ntw brakes,  paint, clutch. $1750. 865-3897  eves. KOw  1981  '81 Toyola, dittsl motor, rum  good, $500 ObO. 883-9775 K9w  '61 Cutlass Supreme. Miroon.  Exc. shape, nttdt motor work.  $1500,885-0120 KOc  '81 Hondl Accord, 4 dr auto, p/s,  p/b, good cond. In/out sacrifice,  $1000 obo. 883-2630, "PJ' K8w  '81 Escort SW, luto. txc. on gas,  $1400000,865-8819        K8w  '81 Cougar 2 door, aulo, sun root,  new brakes. $950 obo. 866-3993  ss  '86 Pontiac 6000,4 dr, 4 cyl., tt,  sir, low kms, good cond. $1900  obo. 885-4804 K9c  '86 Chev. Sprint, 5 spd., w/slereo.  60 m. to gal., super cond. $2700  obo. Bjom 885-7887.        KOw  '66 Pontiac Sunbird S.W., $1700  obo. 885-3557. KSc  '66 Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  plus disc player, $5795.686-7150.  ll  '87 Celebrity Eurosport 4 dr, lir,  p/w, p/l stereo, buckets, hitch, new  alloys 8 Pirellis, 120k, excellent.  $5500 obo. 6866351 130c  '87 Acurt Legtnd LX. Lotded,  txc. cond. Chtrcotl Grty.  94,000kms. $12,000 obo. 866-  8906 tins  r"usi5"i  [autopartsi  J Shop around - you'll I  1     find il pays lo buy  I recycled auto ports Irom J  ���YMSSAUTOt    1  '87 Ponliac 6000LE Get ready tor  lamily vacations. A/C, am/fm cass.  V6, greal gas mileage, seals 6.  Sel lo go. Asking $4900.8864561  Ktw  1988  '88 Corsica V6, auto, cruise, air,  music, clean lamily car. $4450  obo. 8864210 430c  '84 Dodge Caravan, auto. $4,500.  8864904. it  1988  '81 Jaguar XJ6, bttutiful ctr,  $10,500, Will consider trade lor lull  size camper ol equal value. 886-  3457 K8w  '81 Honda Civic 5 spd.. ntw  exhaust, rum well, good cond.  $600.886.7038. K8c  '81 AMC Concord, white, runs  good, $550.685-1942. it  '61 VW Jetta 4 dr., 5 sp., sunroof,  $350001)0.666-7969. ss  '68 Cavalier Z24, V-6. Pwr. sunrool w/iir. Exc. cond. $6,600 obo.  886-7654 lit. 5:30pm. IS  '86 Nissan Stntn 5 tp., rid.  AM/FM cits, dtck, ntw from Ms.  sxc. cond., $4900 obo. 8864637.  It   1969   '69 Chrysler Daytona Turbo, red,  96,000km, loll ol options, txc.  shape, $7500. May trade lor boal  or Jeep. Tim, 885-4285 aft. 5 or  8854623 KSc  1981  '91 Mercury Cougar, auto., air, '69 Ford F250 4x4 351, p/s, p/b.  power, white, exc. cond., 35,000 Approx. 50,000 mi. Exc. running  kms, $15,000 obo. 666-3623. ss    $10,900 obo. 8864348     KSw  '86 Toyots van, rum wall, will  need shocks $2500 886-7584 sa  1ST  '87 Ranger, 70,000km, 4 cyl.  Clean, $3900,685-3859     KOc  18S8  88 Ford F450,13' box, w/power  lailgatt. On propane. $10,500  obo 886-3199. KSc  1990  71 Chev Mon FLTDK4 tpd-  350. New tires, rims, shocks,  strong eng. Good body, $1950.  886-0606 KOc  74 Dodge 1 ton van, $600  obo/trade lor little car/truck 885-  7233 K9w  75 Dodge propane 4X4, crew cab,  completely rebuill, price slashed  $4995.665.7516. ss  75 F150 Iruck with new flat deck,  asking $1600.886-7097.        si  76 Dodge 3/4 Ion 4x4 power  wagon, 363, 335 hp, $2500. 886-  8152 ask for Jim. KSc  76 Ford Rangtr 4x4, 1/2 ton  camper spedal, exc. cond. $3600.  886-3992. is  77 GMC 1 ton vtn, 400 cu. In.,  new battery, tires, flywheel. Heavy  duly suspension. Oilers. 865-  2770. KOw  '77 Chev 4x4,350, on propane, lift  kit, 33' tires, canopy, no major rust  or problems. Besl offer, 685-7700,  lv. message KOc  '77 Suburban van. Runs well. 886-  9485 KOc  '77 Ford van, new paint, 5 pass.  $3000.886-7890 KSw  Dodge step van, new tires, great  shape. 885-6066 K8w  77 Ford 150 4x4. 80 box, new  tires, luff box. Good cond. $2600  obo. 8864650 tl  79 Chev 1 ton pick-up, dm! 454  auto. Sale or swip lor motorcycle  (500 cc or up) or pitno. 883-2443.  KOw  79 Jttp Cherokee, Qutdra-tnc,  $2500.885-3948 KSw  79 Landcruiser, diesel, 8000 Ib.  warri winch, warn hubi, ntw  exrieutt, $6500 OOP 886-7800. It  79 Ford Bronco XLT, 4 wh. drive,  auto., loots tnd runt excellent,  $4995000.886-7098. ss  1860  SO GMC 3/4 T. 4x4 trti. Auto, 350  propane, nsw brakes, recent t-up  6 tint, 40k on engine, 10,0001  warn winch, $3800 obo. 885-1969  KSw  '60 Toyota 4x4 2.6 Itr. V6,5 ipd,  recent springs, shocks, 32* im,  no lift, no major rust. Recent tenders 4 box size matching truck cap.  $4300000.685-9152.        KSc  1881  '81 Ford 150 p/u, good tunning  condition. Needs front tires. $1500  obo. 885-7144. tfns  Ltfldtctpert 4 Brtctdtyert:  '81 GM 1-ton 4x4,350 4 speed  New brakes, ihocks, paint, finders. Hydraulic tilt dtck. Grsit  thape. $6800. Marty or Wtynt  866-3860 or 8864764.       128c  1884  2 axle box trailer 10 x 5, $1200.  885-3879 eves. KOw  '84 Nlitin 4 cyl, 5 ipd, 77,000  kms First $1400 likes 866-7207  KOw <  '84. Travel in style. Chev Milk III  IRUCK RECYCURS   I cuslomlztd vtn. Qood cond.          ���  $5900.885-8299 K8w  '90 Tracker, toft top, low kml,  good cond., $8500 obo. 885-0707.  KBc  1981  '91 Plymouth Voytgtr, 4 cyl. 5  stats. 50,000 kms $10,500 obo  6664643 I29W  1982  '92 Jeep YJ, 4 cyl, 5 spd, hard lop,  bra, am/lm cassette. Like new.  Low kms, $15,000 obo. 886-0687  KSw  Long box Dakota canopy, $250.  8654722 eves. KSw  Responsible family wants to renl  motorhome lor 1 weekend, Aug.  20. Relerences provided. 886-  7255 KBw  20 II. Frontier, shower, toilet,  stove, lurnace, Iridge. all working.  Re-cond. engine. $7000 obo. Can  be seen at 463. Wilson Crk. RV  Park ss  26 It. Prowler trailer, rear bedroom, at Headwaler Marina. (M.  Pk.). All equip stays. Pad rental  paid to March '95.883-B502.K8C  SECHELT MARINE |  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain Bill Murray I  mCmwc MNAMS   '  MABYC   "Marine  Surveyor! and Consultants  M!  22' Heavy lg Davidson double  ender. Single cylinder Faryman  diesel. $9500 lirm. 685-9068   as  21 ft San Juan sailboat, sleeps 4,  main jib, genoa 4 trailer. $5000  obo. 885-5483 K9w  For rent: 13 ft. travel trailer, sleeps 8' libreglass Sabot sail boat ��� easy  4, $200/wk + $200 d/d. 885-5307 _ sail and lots ol fun. $325.885-  ��5w     3881 *29w  24 II. Winnebago, class "C",  sleeps 6, exlra large fuel/water  storage, 80% tire 8 brakes,  remodelled 4 yrs ago, rool carrier,  4 KW power plant. Very clean,  from Interior. Undercoated 6  absolutely no rusl. $13,500. 883-  2682 alt. 6 pm ss  16 It. travel trailer, lully self-contained. $800.885-5135.     128c  17 ft. travel trailer, Iridge, stove,  shower, holding tank, etc.. $2500  obo. 883-9450, eves.        K8w  28' Airstream travel trailer, good  condition, $6,900. B86-2622. tins  1976 Tnple E travel trailer, 25 It.  full-size, 3 pc. bathroom, full-size  fridge. 4 burner stove, oven 4 Ian.,  exc. cond., $5500 obo. 885-7016.  71 CAMPER VAN  Sturdy! Auto, 302 Econoline 200.  Ralssd rool, 3-way Iridge, ttovt,  3-way water, stereo, lux. battery,  cuslom exlenor, lots ol windows 6  storage. Trailer hitch. Well maintained, runs good. Leaving country, muit nil. $3900 obo. 886-  2003. KOw  1986 18 1/2 II. Travelaire 5th  Wheel Lo-Ute tingle title, electric  brakes, lip top shape, hitch Included. Suitable lor t small tiuck.  $8,700,885-9451. HOw  13 ft. Bder trailer, sleeps 4, stovs,  sink, icebox. $1600.885-5032.  KOw  8 It 6 in camper ml 3 burner slove,  oven, 3-way Iridge, proptnt 454 Merc marine engine block and  httttr, good cond. $1200 obo. heads, $1000 obo. 683-9228.  665-2989 ��30w KOw  8x45 trailer, sleeps 6, clean and  good cond. 885-2100. ss  1990 dlx. 24' molorhome A-1 con-  dltion. 886-9025. ss  30 ft. travel trailer, remodelled, gas  ttovt, lurnace, shower, $6500.  666-8202. ss  Bott 6 bott house, $5500. 685-  2770 or 883-9254. KOw  Shattl trtiltr, $1200 obo, 885-   18 It. canoe, new 5 hp motor,  723301886-0248 *30c    $1250.6B5-3B97 eves.      HOW  '83 6' Weslmount Camperette. T  wide on lop. Sleeps 2. Boal rack  w/roller. Exc. cond. $550.886-  0606 ��30c  21' Nomad Tandem travel trailer,  lull btthroom, slove, Iridge, lurnace. Sleeps 6. $3950.885-3998  is  1989 Coleman lent trailer. Staeps  4. Alking $2000 obo. Ctll 686-  4697 ��29w  29.5 It. Bonair trtiltr, 2 dr, rear  Oueen bd., air, Immac $15,500.  883-2409 KSw  1969 265 Colty 5th whttl. Fully  equipped. Clttn unit. 815,000.  Tow vHUdi avail. 886-7417H8W  Futy ctmpeiized 1981 Chtv vtn,  low kms, ext. wirranty. c/c, tir.  885-3682 KSw  1980 Falkland Motor home, 27 ft.,  cruitt, tir, awning. Lotdtd.  $10,500.240-2898 cell.      KSc  '78 21 It Travel trtiltr, twning,  3w/lridgi, h/w, furnace, ttovt  w/oven,eleept6.$5495obo.e85-  0512, aft. 5 pm KSc  '8�� 23.5 ft Bonair 5tti wheel. Uke  new. $12,900.8864021     429c  1892 top ol tht lint 26 ft Terry  trtiltr, gont 1 trip, thowroom  cond. Front Mch, rear bath, mutt  be ww 6854839 KBw  Rudy for take-off! 21 ft. Van-  guard, Sth whttl, shower,  ttovt/ovsn, furnses, w/bost  loader. $7950. Optional -1979  Dodge 1-ton 4 tpd., w/5th wheel,  $6850.885-2738 K8w  Boat trailer lor sals, needs work,  $50 obo. 666-2431. KOw  1975 Johnson 50 hp was completely dismantled and inspected  by Lea Richard, retired outboard  mechanic. Reassembled with new  rings, rod rollers, rod bolls, gaskets and seals. $1000 as is or  $1195 mounted on your boat and  guaranteed. 885-9328.      K8c  Hugh 40' (roller, roomy w/house,  h/strg, it/ihllt, 32' prop, L  lotmtd l/g hold, tngint room  empty, drat $3000. Pair reman.  M/deisels w/gssr; 81000 es. 3-1  velvet drive, $600.2-1 Ctpltol  getr. $250.886-0163       HOw  200 hp Mtrc o/b, 9 month! wirranty remtining, factory rebuild.  Hgh 15-25 inch long shaft, $5800.  8864529 HOw  24 It Rslnsl commtnd bridge,  $7800 obo. 885-7782 after 5 pm  HOw  Wtnted: 12 to 14 It alum boat,  good cond. Reasonable price.  883-2122 HOw  2 ptrton libreglass ktyak, ill  equipped, good cond. $2400. 885-  7645 ss  Two 10 ft rowboats, ont glass  ovtr plywood, one fibreglass; one  12"x24' alumin. window with opener; ont 25' woodtn htlm, 1 in.  bort. 885-2396. HOC  28 It Bayliner Cabin cruiser. 228  hp Mere cruiser, TR 2 ieg.S18.000  obo, 9 mot moorage left. After 5  pm, 686-7854 HOC  22 fibreform -170 Volvo - 270 leg,  winch canvas 4 slays, deen, dry.  Fish linder, VHF, $4000. as Is or  Camp/van trade. Carl 536-5052 or  Leslies Marina, Sechell.     KOw  "MUST SEE"  '8819 ft Calais, cuddy, sounder,  115 Yamaha, 99 Yamaha, built-in  live bail tank, trailer. Many extras.  $15,000 obo. 886-3472 tt  Canoe; new 15' Coleman $385  obo. 886-9600 KSw  16 tt Thermo Craft fibreglass boat,  $500 obo. Bob 8854604    K9w  41' houseboat. Fridge, ttovt,  shower, holding ttnk, bedroom,  dressing room. $7500 obo. Ph  eves, 686-9014 it  15.5 ft Hourston Glasscratl 40 hp  Johnson and trailsr.Runs good.  $1250 obo. 885-0344        129c  15' McCulloch 40 hp Mtrc, electric slart, trailer $2500 obo; 10'aluminum Harbercralt cartop, 46'  beam, $450; 4 perton Timor  inflatable cushion, oars. $200.  886-7245 KSc  Good spars Merc, leg, $800 obo.  885-0512 alt. 5 pm. KOc  Moorage, lower Gibtons. Brand  ntw structure. For boats up to 24'.  Call 925-2107 KSc  1011. Fibregltts Tender, trtth  paint, oars. $350 obo. 865-1969  129c  363 cu. in. Ford Lehman turbo  diesel, 175 hp. Good running  order, $2500.6864044,8864666  ���29c  10' Davidson dinghy, $400; 10' t/g  dinghy ��� will take outboard, $100;  1 Acorn fireplace, $50. 866-7448  (alter 6 pm) KOc  27 CATALINA $13,900  Price reduced for quick sale. Well  equipped and in good condition.  Located Gibtont Marina, 686-  2628      KSw  14 It Zodiac Mk II. minis, tool, i  pump, paddles. 40 hp Merc, elect  start, in axe. cond. $4600 obo 885-  1969 KSw  10 ft fibreglass Tender, fresh pert,  oars. $350 obo. 685-1969  H8w  19 ft KSC OMC. IB/OB, nook,  hatd 4 bunk. Highliner trtiltr,  $6000. 27 It Bayliner CB. 302  Merc cruietr VHF soundtr, 8 It  dinghy $13,000 obo. Wilt 886-  6589 KSw  15' fibreglass canoe 8B6-2431  KSw  11 It libreglass dinghy, good  cond, $300.665-0796      KSw  8 ft. fibreglass dinghy, $175,683-  8410 H8w  2 alum, boats wtth Mere o/boardt,  one with trtiltr. 885-3417 afler 6  pm. KSc  20 ft.  Double  Eagle, lully  equipped. $10,500.863-2408.  128c  12' aluminum bott, 7.5 Mtrc o/b  motor, $1600 firm. 686-8048.  II  '85 Grey Ford Ringer p/u w/bltck  canopy, 5 tpd, v6. 77,000 km,  $3600 Obo 885-9561 K9c  '65 Gray Ford Ringer P/U w/black  canopy, 5 ipd, V6, 77,000 km.  $3600000.685.8561 H9c  85 Fold F150 XLT, lit cab.  canopy, 351, l/ntw parts, gd.  cond, $8800.885-0109.        II  1886  1888  whon you  pay tor 2 Ineortlone  FOR ONE INSERTION  in either Hie Monday or Weekender  Edition. Up to 10 worth; 25 cenn  for eo<h odditional word.  AfdbssjMmustfct        m-V-*-**-*-**        Fr��: Losl, Found t Free,  pre-paid before insertion  Swiw Sell Cfassfflorfs  $17 up to W words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run until  you instruct us to cancel il  by classified OMOWM * Nor available hr commercial adverhiett  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  MUitahay MltUta Thursday Mltietaa  NOON FRIDAY NOON TUESDAY  Gibtont 886-2622 Secheh 885-3930  FAX 886-7725 FAX 885-3954  8MB  iMiriaMi  __mH__mm 28. Motorcycles  29. Wanted to Rent  cabin, ful! canvas. Powered by  Mercruiser fresh water cooled 5  litre V6/188 HP. Very low hours,  used mostly lor mooching. Perlecl  cond., clean inside & out, $9500  obo. 885-5025 ss  18.5 It. Double Eagle hardtop.  1988 Merc, 470, deplh sounder,  radio, bail tank, immac. cond.,  hardly used, wilh trailer, $15,500  obo. 885-3277. ss  Merc Thunderbolt 500 o/b, needs  lower unit w/controls, S450 obo.  B66-3199. KSc  12 It. Smokercralt boal, 9.5 Evinrude motor, 2 gas lanks, downrig-  ger, trolling rod & reel, mooching  rod & Wlndex reel, rod holders,  net, 4 Hie jackets anchor, chain &  rope. pkg. deal $1.150.865-5618.  K8c  21 II. fibreform cuddy cabin, 10  hours on rebuilt F.W.C. 305 Volvo  Penta 15 hp, aux. sounder, CB.  $63X obo. 683-9286.        ��28c  ,��� ,���, . ~    ; vas, VHF, lishlinder, trailer,  10X32 barge, Ibrtg ass over , W||| '  wood, boom and electric winch,   ooe-n,,, ���'t���"����w.  885-2100. ss J  24' work / pleasure boat, f/g on  wood, exc. cond., zero hours on  rebuilt 318, new ex-manifolds, new  s.s. shaft, wiring, paint. Full price  indudes dinghy, oars, 9 hp molor.  $7900.883-2990. ss  Heavy duty 50' float ramps built to  suil. 883-2610 or 883-9290     ss  Forced to sell, luxunous libreglass  Force 50 yacht, teak decks, 58 ft.  ol craftmanship, world traveller.  Fridge, stove, microwave, water-  maker, washer/dryer, Ireezer, ice-  maker, bathtub, shower, 2 heads,  king and queen beds, great galley,  huge salon. Volvo diettl, radar,  Loran, satellite navigation, weather  tax, FM and ham radios, inboard  computers and much more. Great  condition, will consider real estate  irade. $190,000. Herb Craig 886-  2277. ss  27' Concorde l.g. cabin cruiser.  318 Chrysler i/b, radar, VHF, CB,  sounder, compass, sleeps 4.  Excellent condition. Ready to  cruise. $17,600.666-7240.     ss  18 ft. Fibreglass, Volvo I/O, boal  Tandem axle trailer, $3800. 883-  2297.       ss  25 ft. Reinell, deplh sounder, good  For Rent  Gibsons Langdale  19 It. Campion hard lop, cuddy  28' Unllly libreglass, brand new   1984 750 Shadow, $2500, 8B6-  Young man requires long term  Avail. Aug 1 Gibsons 2 bdrm suile  rahm    tl    ranuac   DrtuiarnHhu BOB      mnlnr inri Alhar avlroe     i   I n   al...       BOKO _ S ^ S M      ��luflw"a- ��� "Ulil! auilt)  For Rent  Sechelt & District  34. Help Wanted  motor and other exlras, full of electronics. Reasonable price. George  886-8139. ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1992-1993  Evinrudes. Excellent condilion.  Lowe's Resort, 683-2456.      tin  27 Mobile Homes  1978 Neonex double wide 24x36.  Very good cond. $24,900 includes  B952.  ���26c  '89 Suzuki GSXR 750 1400k  $4900 obo. 886-0161 No test  Ptots 8S  '85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, like new, 20,000 km  $3,500.886-4616 aft. 7 pm.    ss  1980 CB 750 Custom  1981 CB 750  1981 GL 500 Storwing  1984 GS 750 E  1984 KX 60  rental in modest price range. No w/view. 4 appl, blinds, curtains,  parties, drinking, smoking, pels or large sundeck, parking w/exlra  damage lo property. Ideal person   storage, $700/mo. 596-1669  for those who tear Ihe run ol Ihe  mill' renter. Phone evenings 886-  2495 ��29w  Above average tenants: prol. couple over 50 require 3 bdrm home,  Immed. Quiel selling. Roberls  wkends, 886-7477 KOc    Avail. Aug. 1 or sooner. 524-8406'  Home lor rent or renl to own,  $550/mo, Seima Park. Stephanie  885-5290. B86-0234 KOw  2 bdrm basement suile, 2 yrs. old Egmonl lish plant is hlhng expert-  on 2 1/2 acres. Private entrance enced lish processors. Please call  and parking area. 4 appls. Lots ol Kelly at 883-9521. KOw  slorage. $550/mo plus 1/4 utils.  Duplex, 3 bdrm, 1 bath, 3 appl,  S800/mo, 2 avail, 1- Immed, 1 ���  Aug 1.886-9854 KOc  22'Bell Buoy rebuilt 302 and Merc ,    .    r     ���,    leg, convertible hardtop and can-  "ft T ."'ti^ff 1978 �� ��> S��  Creek to level pad. 886-8549 after iggoGSXR 1100  6 pm                           KBw  Duplex, 3 bdrms, 2 balhs, l/p, 4  ,.    , ,  ,, ���       ,.    ���.    ,    appl, deck. Fantastic view of bar-  Creek o Hallmoon Bay. Chris 1-  h���,��� .,.���      .,,'  ��w.tQ7�� wow    ""��� Cose to everything. N/S a  must. $8007mo. 886-2352   ��30c  RESEARCH DATA ANALYST  for a short term project. Experience in analyzing and collating  data. Must be able lo produce ml  own computer resources. Please  Sandy Hook view, 3 bdrm, 2 bath,   5ubl"'"i*1 ,esume b> Montlay,  part basement, 4 appl. Rels!  Ju|y,810: CHC s,M,inB Comml1'  852-1978  ��29w  2B  Motorcycles  Power House Motorcyde  1945 Field Rd. 885-3137  NOW IN STOCK!!!  1994 Virago 250  1994 Virago 750  1995 Virago 1100  1995 V-Max 1200  1994 Genesis 600  1994 Genesis 750  1994 YZ125  1994 RT180  1994 TW 200  1994 TimberwoH 250  1995 Banshee 350  1994Kodiak4004x4 tl  Yamaha Powerhouse Motorcycles  1945 Field Rd., 885-3137.     tfn  $795/mo. 274-2840, Dan.   430c  Responsible working couple   ^"Thn��� Zt 7.7 "    \ *?" "^ M '�� Sh0PP'n8 *  looking for a 2 ��� 3 bdrm house tor  c 1 to 1 a��� T   , "?''  MJ2 SU"at"e " ���'U,e  long I rm rental. Rels. avail. Pen-  2S1 l0?,0n/Aval' (9. \> *   **���8B5'�� ��30c  der Harbour area only. 683-2212.  ss  Two semi-retired protssslonal  women seek quiel 2 or 3 bdrm 2 bdm ma,n "����r ��'house'IVi "���  waterlront home tor long term dx 3 aPPL Use ��' "/d" carport.  rental for Aug. 1. Good relerences S750/mo plus 2/3 hydro. Avail Aug.  Call colled 604-669-8596 or 604- '. 885-3165. ��30w  874-9994. t3atl         S525/mo. Call Val, BB6-8923KOc  Convenient Location  Business lady seeks warm, cozy 2  bdrm cottage. 685-0290    KOw  Ouiat, non-imoktr, non drinker,, piarw. Moo/mo incl,  middle aged woman I neutered   ,30w  cat, desperately need aelf-con-    ���  tamed suite Rent ol $30O/mo mix.  Ctll 686-2892. KOc  1986 Suzuki 650 Savige 4 spd,    "There's no place Ilka hone!'  HOUSES  Lower village two bedroom house,  with washer/dryer, property is  22 1/2 II. Double Eagle CB  350/280 baitbag VHF sounder,  $23,000,865-3448. ss  WINDWARD YACHT SALES  at Gibsons Marina  Cam Mussells 886-2626  Sell  21 Sinus'61,  like new, loaded $7,900  22 Tanzer, r/furt, 4 sails 6,900  25 Cal, strong, seaworthy  8.900  25 Bayfield, lull keel, dsl  14,900  26 North Star, new o/b 12,500  26 Yamaha '81, dsl.       31.500  26 Folkboal, full keel, o/b 10,000  27 Catalina, trad layout 13.900  26 Lancor'82, wheel, o/b 15,500  30 Fraser, dsl, wheel, r/furlt9,500  22 KiC, CB, FWC 302    $9,900  23 Sangster HT, FWC 188 8,950  24 Bell Boy, Merc 186 10,900  26 Bayliner Explorer'81 19,500  26 Campion Toba, clean 19,900  26 Tollycraft ;78. reduced 32,500  28 Trendsetter'80. twins 29,900  30 Sea Ray 78, twins 52,000  32 Grenlell'66. CB        32,500  #26w'80 19.5 Silverline Cudd  168 Merc, motor i outdrive, very  dependable, comes ml new boat  trailer, can be purchased separately. Asking $6000 w/o trailer or  mech. condffion. $9000 obo 886-  plp*' ��'nn'chain'sloel ���P���*"!.     S11,000Wtraller. 865-0621     ss    4670. ss    '��������� boost, new paint & plastic.   Working couple with 1 child looking  W75 per month plLis utilities.   ���          Low miles. Exc. cond. $3000.   ���     - ��� ���  Wantsd: Classic woodsn run-   Heavy duty 50' Hoat ramps built to  reluctant sale, need cash. 886-  about. 886-2738. ss    suit. 883-2610 cr 883-9290.    ss    7205  1 bdrm apt. Short walk to mall &  Across Irom Trail Bay Mall, 2 bdrm  bus. $450/i)io. 886-9376    ��30c    house w/lenced yard. Nalural gas  heal. $850/mo. 885-7161    KOc  Seima Park waterlront, 2 bdrm  upper house, avail. July 15,  $750/mo. 926-3991. Lyn     K9w  2 bdrm townhouse, nice & clean,  lireplace 6 appliances. Avail.  immed. $750. 733-7211 or 886-  3218 ��30c  2 bdrm apt, laundry 6 parking Wilson Creek ��� 1 bdrm trailer, also               Included. Cats welcome. Avail, small trailer suitable 1 adult,  A"91-$500/mo. 886-3108 K9w Cedars Trailer Court. 885-3313  SHARED ACCOMMODATION       ~,  ~_    ~  ��29c  Langdale 3 bdrm 1800 sq ft upper .  Seeking responsible n/s female for  floor ol house. Spectacular view.   House - small 3 bdrm, view, bright,  cosy 2 bdrm home, n/p. Hoi tub,  Large decks, walk to lerry 6  ideal lor sm family, n/s, n/p.  tee c/o St. Mary's Hospilal, Box  7777, Sechelt, BC VON 3A0 KBc  Dial lor Dollar*  Prolessional telemarketer. One  opening avail. Part time. Resume  to RR #4, S5, C14, Gibsons, BC  KOw  A mom's dream! Stay home, lose  weight, help others, make $ $ trom  home. Full training. Call Cynthia,  toll Iree 1-978-6244 KOc  Reliable, hard working person lor  house Iceaning on call to start then  part time. Musl have own transportation S be bondable. Ph. 886-  4660 between 8 em 610 pm430c  5-3779  The Sunshine Coast Home Sup-  beach. W/D, d/w, l/p. $925. Ulil $700/mo. Lease, rels. req'd. 872- pot Sociely is receiving applica-  included. 886-2691 ��29w    3516 eves/wknds K9c    lions to augment the Casual Pool  Beach front, 2 bdrm, lor July t  Aug. $300/wk. 886.8435    KOw  2 bdrm basement suite, lower Gib-  belt drive, T-bars, low ride, $1050  Cozy, one bedroom Robert! Creek zoned commercial so has varied  sons. Backyard, laundiy, $550/mo.  obo, 886-2699 KOw    house or cabin needed July 15 for  applications. Current residential   Ptger 4 650-7731 or 672-2005  quiel, responsible working couple renl et $650 plus util. ,30w  5 bdrm w/l house, nat. gas, heat t  waler, 1.5 km Irom Sechelt, avail.  Aug. 1. refs req'd. Suitable lor lam-  lly. $900/mo. 885-5474       K9c  ol Home Suppon Workers. Applicants muit bt in good physical 1  tmotiontl health, have a car w/a  valid licence 6 be willing lo work  evenings, weekends as required.  Preference will be given to those  79 Harley Davidson FXLR, 91 cu',  low km, since compl. r/blt 8 customized in '92. 2-lone red paint,  many custom pans, custom frame  6 seat, very low ride, must be  seen. $12.000.883-2992, mom  430c  '66 FZ750 Yamaha, exc. cond.,  $2800000.883.2036        430c  w/cat Call 886-0971 eves    Ifns  Responsible woiking, dean couple  looking lor 3 bdrm home w/garage  by Aug 1. Collect 1 -932-0138��29w  Roberts Creek home wanted: 2/3  bdrm, renl or buy. 681-7427, or washer/dryer, cenlral location.  683-5544 #29w    $775 plus utilities.  Cenlral Gibsons, two bedroom  1 * 2 bim lrall��s, small pets,  house, wilh washer/dryer, view,   $450"$500' Pius * M6-3331  $700 per month plus util.  3 bdrm on acre, Sunshine Heights,  avail. July 15, $900/mo. Also, 1 with relevant training, (ie, Long  bdrm avail now, $450.885-0341 or Term Care Aide, Home Support  865-2552 KBw Attendant certification or equiva-  K9w    APARTMENTS  689 Ex 500. good cond. ,1500.   SKffMlKS  ^"L^T  B85-8.M KOc    bdm, w/d.n in Roberts Creek by  ���"'. ^�� d��*, great vtew. S650  Sept 1. Rels provided. 866-3309  429w  TOWNHOUSES/ CONDO        N,"! Viewl BrlBhl 1 b"m base'  Two bedroom lownhouse, wilh  ���nl suile'Walk l0 ,e"Y- ��75/m��  N/S, n/p, 886-2949 429c  1 bdrm self contained bachelor  surte. $400/mo + 1/3 hydro. 886-  3249 alter 6 pm 429w  430c  '91 Honda CR 250, Pro-Circuit  2 bdrm suite, 5 appliances, natural  gas 6 hot water supplied, $650.  885-3417 alter 6 pm. 428c  Cosy 2 bdrm suite near Tillicum  Marina, w/s, avail, July 1, $485.  885-0468, lv. message, 936-4455.  428c  Inlet Vltw Guttt Houtt. Fur-  Including hydro, no pels.  Two bedroom, side by side duplex,  lor a 3 bdrm house, lor Sepl 1 or  0ne bedroom sute in house, $375  Ocl. 1, Gibsons - Langdale area.  2 bdrm newer house along Ireed  ni8hed| accommolJa���8 6 '0��lly,  creekside, Gibsons. Garage,   weekly rentals. 885^490   KBw  fence, w/d, d/w. Near mall, school,  bus. refs a must. $650/mo. Avail.  Aug 1.1-739-0493 429c  ss    Have small dog. 686-9744  429c  plus util.  Watertront home. 3 bdrm, 2 bath,  large kitchen, 2 f/ps, sauna, large  Large 3 bdrm house  store 6 gov't whart, Redroolls Rd,  g��  BCYCNA  SAI1I3H  COLUMBIA  thOVsJmQH  COMMUNITY  ���rtW3P��PE1S  ASSOC IA ION  These ads appear in more lhan 100 communily newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR THE BCYCNA AT (604)669-9222.  367  sundeck. Avail immed, reasonable Hillm��� BaY- Ava|l- Sept. 1,  renl. Call 925-2107 129c *850/mo.885-6114or521-1640    430c  623 Hwy 101 2 bdrm w/view. Very  $225  14 00 each additional word  loi 25  word!  Two ��� three bdrm apts, rent  indudes heat 6 hot waler, $650 6  $675 no pets.  Large three bdrm ground Iloor ol  lar��e a'undeck�� yard.'$700/mo  ' bd��� ^'fin h.��u",���f Ssc,el ** 8 practical,'you will commence  triplex, central location, wth wash-  ��''"*V > Pb��ba collect Jim or  Cove'mi��� '"��� M- M5-5446      lent.) Starting wage is $9.35 -  $10.85. Phone 885-5144 lor more  information. 430c  VOCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT I  CAREER PLANNING PROGRAM  Are you unemployed, on Income  assistance, or receiving unemployment insurance benellts? Apply  now lor an Innovative 6 wk job  search skills/career planning program sponsored by Employment 6  Immigration Canada. Tha program  covers: ��� sell-assessment, career  exploration, planning 8 change,  job markets trends, resume 6 covering letter writing; networking,  conducting a systematic job  search, interview preparation 8 follow-up: ��� the approach is interac-  Marilyn, 596-5466  429c  AUTO  ENGINES REBUILT Irom  '  $795. ENGINE ,  remanulacturetrom$995  i  6 monlhs to pay. 6 Year  120.000 warranty. 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Tradesman  tional advertising No experience, training pro-  vried Small investment  required Contact Lormii  Management Systems  Inc . 310 10232-112  Street. Edmonton. AB  T5KIM4.Phone(403|4?4  4442  START    YOUR    Own  homebased business1  Watkins is today's besl  business opportunity' For  tree inlormation contact  Independent Marketing  Director. 218 Meglund I pi, 11613)749-955  Crescent.  Saskatoon  Sask   S7H 426. 1800  2632999  665-7044  BE A Successlul  Writer and wine lor  money and pieasuie while  ���arning how You gel individual lotion from prolessional wnters on all  aspects ol writing . romances, snort stories, radio and TV scrpis. am-  des andchitdren s stones  wme call or lax loday tor  our Free Book. -How To  Be A Successlul Writer*  Ton-lree'-800-267-1829  The  Writing School. 38  McArthurAve Suite2l2S.  Ottewa ON KIL6R2  OPENING A Gym? New  and used commercial gym  4 fitness equipment Save  up to 50% on all brand  names New & refurbished  Slairmaslers. Lifecycles.  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Repairs All Makes  GARDENING  ONE STOP Greenhouse  Shop B C Greenhouse  Buik��rsLid.7425Hediey  Ave . Burnaby. B C V5E  2R1 Free Brochure  Aluminum/Polycarbonate  SOP. Doubled walled  Greenhouses. Solariums  S complete line ol Green,  house Accessortes Telephone (604)433-4220  Fax:433-1285.  HEALTH  ALWAYS TIRED? Physically Drained? Stressed  Oul?-Feel The Power* ol  amazing new herbal  breakthrough Money  back guaranteed. Made  in US. Call 987-9209   HELPWANTED  ASSISTANT CURLING  Club Manager/Ice Assistant. 7 monlh seasonal  position. Previous expen.  ence prelerred Forward  resume by July 8. to:  Chilliwack Curling Club  PO. Box 102, Chilliwack'  B.C V2P6H7  INSURANCE AGENT  Level 1,2 or 3, computer  skills an asset. Salary ne-  gotlable. Send resume to:  Northcountry Insurance,  Box 2679, Smilhers. B.C.  VOJ 2NO, Attn: Chrystal  Blacken.   ACCOUNTANT/SYSTEM  Manager. Minimum 3rd  level CGA or equivalent  Good computer skills.  Salary negotiable. Send  resume lo: Northcountry  Insurance, Box 2679,  Smltheit.B.C.VOJ2NO.  Ann: Chrystal Blacken.  ADVERTISING SALES  Manager. A northwest re-  gionai business publics,  lion requires a proles-  sionai Advertising Sales  Manager. Experienced in  business and corporate  advertising, plus knowledge ol the industries in  Ihe northwest a definite  asset. Vehicle and travel  required. The region covers Irom East - Wesl:  Smilhers lo Ihe Queen  Charlotte Islands, North ���  South: Stewart to Kitimat.  Apply In conlldenceto: The  Publisher, Skeena Busi-  ness. 801-2nd Avenue  West. Prince Rupert. B.C.  V8J 1H6. Fax: (604)624.  2851  Closing dale: July  15.1994   CAM GIFTS is an established Party Plan company. We oiler greal programs, large variety ol  toys, girts and specialty  Items. No investment, deliveries or collections Call  1(519)258-7905. Fax:  1(5191258-0707.  KITCHEN CABINETS  CABINETS 1/2 PRICE. In  slock, counterlops/vani-  lles also. Cash A Carry  Cabinet Warehouses:  "4278       Lougheed.  Burnaby 2989277  " 1970OLangley Bypass,  Langley 534-7273  " 600 Cloverdale Ave.,  Victoria 475-1159  ������56MtlhAve..CaTOt��il  River, 6 C. 287-6787  "2580   Bowen  Nanaimo 756-9229  "1868    Spall    Rd.  Kelowna, 860-6638  LIVESTOCK  LOGAN COACH Slock  and horse trailers. Payments as low as $139 per  month 0 A C Larry  Holmes (604)649 8985  DL3584  MISCELLANEOUS  POETRY CONTEST  $24,000 in prizes yearly  Possieieputucaiion Send  oneongmal poem 20 lines  or less National Library ol  Poetry, Box 704-1362.  Owinps Mills. Md 21117  MOBILE HOMES  BUY FACTORY Direcl  Save thousands ol doi-  lars. Ridgewood Homes.  B C.'s It selection ol  manufactured homes.  14X70' starting at  S38.900 Free inlo: 962  9114.  MOBILE HOMES  er/dryer, $800 plus util.  SELMAPARK Dupl,x' 3 bdrm' 2 baths, l/p, 4  Two bdrm homa, wattr vltw, ml "WL Heck, lantaslic vltw bl bar  428w  youi job search duhng Ihe program  mi stall assistance 6 group sup-  Vitallon Rental - 4 bdim. txtcu- W'' ,rainln�� *��Wie8 is avail,  live home with waterfall, beach candidates will be selected by  docks, volley ball tnd hot tub on  interview. Thi program it offered  PRE-OWNED MOBILE  Homes. Immediate delivery anywhere In B.C. Call  for details on available  homes. 1-800-665-7717.  .._���, ���, .ueru,!,!.- uw ,  oocxs, voiity ban ano not lub on  "��"�������� rm program is orrerto  wash.r/dry.r,$650plu,u.l,.,no ^.SXaSi^' Sakinaw L.kt, ro.d tcc.,.,  mGfcsons.Proposed.Urt-up<��.  pets.  mutt. $800/mo. Aval! July 1. 886-  2352  GRANT REALTY LTD.  886-3330  429c  $850/week. 855-5157.  PERSONAL  GOOD SEX lor seniors.  Overcome all impotence  problems caused by aging, medications,surgery,  diabetes elc. Get ihe lads:  Performance Medical,  Box 418 Vale mount, B.C.  Tolllree 1 -800-663-0121.  Watertront!! Panoramic view 4  bdrm, 3 baths, executive home on  ri bdrm, rec room, fireplaces,  the water st Langdale. Loidt ol noo sq. tl. industrial/commercial  jwatertronl, W. Sechell, lease. . deck, family rm-plus potential <or iMaa, Wilton Creek No triple  *""                                granny euHe dowAstairs. Private net.  setting, 5 min. walk lo tarry. Clost  to ichool. Lease preferred, phone 1022 Sq It. retail/office space.  866-8337 for details         428w Sech811 Leas�� bold improvements  negotiable.  is July 11. For further inlormation  phone/tax 6664099 429w  JI1200.  3 bdrm upptr tuitt, waterlront,  Gile Road, lease. $600  4 bdrm, view, Davis Bay, lease.  LONELY? SINGLE, Divorced, Widowed? Find  your inornate companion  with our nationwide,  proven, reliable, discreet  Introduction service. All  ages. Free Irial member-  ships. Selective Introductions, Box 21053-AA,  Thunder Bay. Ont.. P7A  8A7, Phone: 1(807)767-  3888, Fex:  1(807)767-  4 bdrm lumished, lei  Bsy. $800  2 bdrm furnished, lei  $700  Bachelor suite w/view, quiet, walk  to lerry, own entrtnct 6 dtck.  Hilfmoon  ��",util.N/S,n/p886-7490  428w  NRS SecheH Realty Ltd.  8884083  SUSSEX REALTY  Property Management  DAVE AUSTIN 8884286  128c  Tuwanek   Hopkil* UndinS' PM Rd' "M'- 30�� '" " "^ ""^ l0r m in  """'  dont houtt, 3 bdrm (or 2 ��� den). 2 prolessional building In Gibsons,  6!hs. Furnished II required. Avail on m b|bck ��' Sunthint Com  Sept-June $950'mo, n/s, n/p, rels. H*Y- Available immed. For lurther  t28w information contact 885-5736 tin  WOULD YOU like to cor-  respond with unattached  Christian people across  Canada lor companion-  shlpormarnage?S.A.S.E.'  Free Inlormation. State  age. Ashgrove, P.O. Box  205, Chase, B.C. VOE  IMO^  REAL ESTATE  Deluxe 3 bdrm duplex. Avsil Aug   ,2M s1 '<slora ''<"�� located in  1. $850/mo. 666-8287      I28w    busy imsll plats otl Hwy 101. Exc.  2300 sq ft. penthouse with view,  lower Gibtont nsar Manna 4  bdrms, 3 baths, 1 year lease Refs.  $1000/mo. Lanka 885-7436.430*  Stooping room avail. Immed., lower  Gibtont on beach. $325/mo. ind.  Summer rental, 2 bdrm view suite,  across yacht dub. 886.9737.428c  3 bdrm uppsr duplex. Robert!  Creek. $750/mo, avail Aug. 1  NRS Sechelt Realty Ltd.  8884083  lor buiineu ollice. Long term  lease avail., no triple net, under $1  per sq It. Ntwly renovated. Call  Marie or Glen al 886-7018 or  Lome collect 7374061 tin  Retail/Office tpace downtown  Sechelt, approx. 5000 sq. ll, main  GLASSFORD  PRESS LTD.,  publisher of  THE    SUNSHINE  COAST NEWS  & WEEKENDER  requires tales staff. Please  apply if you are interested  in a part-time or full-time  position. Previous sales  experience an assel Please  send your resume with  covering letter to:  The Coast News  Attn: Simone Carlysle-Smith  Box 460  Cibsons. B.C.  VON 1V0  RECREATIONAL LAND cable, alt utilities and laundry. 886-  Two bedroom townhoute. nics 8  8963.  430w  For Sale by Owner. Smal  lots lo large acreages.         Oceanlront, lakefront, -'! 173 7177.���',���  streams, ranchland ��� lo- Cl,,n 3 M,ms- S850/mo (nego-  celed throughout BC. liable) Chaster Rd, l/p, d/w, sun-  Terms available. Freebro- n*e* RttUUifl airs*,  chure.NihoLand!Cattle ��___��^   Company Ltd. 521-7200. Qrln|hri, ^ , Mm ���.���  ESTATESALE2l.4Acres   Good view, private accett lo  in lown borders mall, near  beach and moorage. $650/mo incl.   and secure, $620/mo. 886-3420  Iloor. Call Marg at NRS Sechelt N"d a"m" t"i,,ffl��? Cmm'  Realty Lid. lor details. B85-2235fln 'n8 ,mm" ""'"��� Sunshlni    Colli Computer College Inc. 885-  HBH PROFILE LOCATION 3386                           I29��  1200 iq. It. houn across trom   Trail Bay Mall. Exc. for busimss ","<ltm caielaker, yetr round  otfici or homi bated business. P��s,ll0n available it Shoniidt  1 bdrm apis, lower Gibsons. Large   Long lerm lease available Natural facility at Gaiden Bey lor energetic  patio, private garden, bright 6  gas heat, leasehold improvements coyPle experienced m facility man-  acceptable. Call 885-7161. ��28c ttnance and carpenlry required.  clean, fireplace. 6 appliances.  Avail, immed. $750. 733-7211 or  886-3216.  tunny. Ntw kitchen and bath.,  laundry, carpets, mini blinds. Quiel  largest motel. Possible  pitch S putt goll, housing,  light Industrial. 70%  cleared $11,000 per acre.  Burns Lake, B.C.  (604)567-4873 Bill.  heat and light. 1-905-889-4860  430w  1 bdim view .apt. Lower Gibtont.  Bright and sunny, laundry. Quiet 6  sscure. $580/mo. 866-3420 430w  428w  Langdale studio suite, spectacular  view, f/p, w/d, walk lo lerry, util.  inclu. $525/mo. 886-2891.   428c  Rd.  CUSTOM DESIGNED  Manufactured Homes  Why buy oil a lot when  you can customize any  plan lo your own personal  taste. Pre-owned homes  also available. Noble  Homes 1(403)447 3414  EXCELLENT POTEN-   KSSK: 1 m * Lowe 3ttem A��rec-  Licensed dining room ki live yard, Iruit treat. Avail now.  beautifulherilagebullding. Rm req'd. $475/mo .ulil. 1-822-  Completely equipped.   7M ,-y.  Possibility ol obtaining liq-   '"* ,JUW  uor lounge or pub license.  Very reasonably pnced.  Owner in bad health  Harold Forsler Sutton  Oroup . Skaha Realty.  Penticton 492-4068 or  490-4999.  Oceanview 79 acres in  Powell River B.C. 3 Bedroom house, 8 unit motel,  building tor snack bar or  marine mechanic shop  8279.000. Owner linanc-  Ing 1-487-9716.  lERVICES  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek hall available. Wheelch air lacilities. 885-  2752 or 665-9663. tin  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7615. tfn  Avail Aug. 1, 3 bdrm exec, home,  partially lurnished on .75 acre.  Close lo tchool 8 slore, longterm  Ntwly decorated 1 bdrm ground  base avail. $1000/mo, rels req'd  level tuili on quia! acreage 5   665-4516 <30c  appl, $600/mo. Avail Aug. 1. 686-  7734. 430w  Housing provided Competitive  salary tnd benefits. Send resume  w/quslificitioni to Box tr c/o Box  68 Section VON 3A0 120c  Applications now being accepted  lor breaklait/iunch cook Ssnd  resume lo: Lord Jim's Resort  Hotel, Box 18 JR Site. Hallmoon  Bay, VON 1Y0 or lax lo 865.7036.  Applications may be dropped off tt  Loid Jim's. Ole Cove Road. Hilt-  moon Biy 129c  Spacious basimtnt  kitchm 6 baths Close to beach  Adolescent Survivor Project  Pilot project lo provide group sup-  port and education to lemale ado-  lescenl sexual abuse survivors  Experienced telemarketer lor local  requires trainee group co-facilila-  firm Part time, $7/hr. Resume lo  Snared  lor. Three hours/wk paid. Sept.   Box 128. Gibsons BC       129c  1994 lo March 1995 Candidate  Waterfront property. Hopkins  Au9' $300/mo, mci ulil. 8854950   musl htvt tome training and  Co��� tnd |Oin our team! SCACL  Landing. S min. walk lo ferry. Gorgeous, spioous, 2 bdrm, 2 bath 6  dtn home. 5 appl, mw kitchen,  ���kylightt, vaulted ceilings w/picture  windows Large covered deck  tins  Charming 2 bdrm cabin, Roberls  Creek waterlront. Weekly rentals  through summer. 8664564 I29w  expeiience in groups tnd banc (Sunthint Com Association lor  understanding ol child sexual Community Living) is NOW task-  abuse issues Supervision by the mg applicants lor casus relet and  group leader will be provided, various other ahifta in our Semi-  Send resume ind letter to Execu- Independent residence in Sechelt  WE TAKE The Fear Out  Of ICBC. Ma|or ICBC injury claims. JoelA Wener.  trial lawyer lor 25 years  Callfreel.800.665.1138.  Contingency lees Simon  Wener A Adler.  6 hydro. $975/mo, yr-round. 886-  4044. 430w  1 bdrm above ground bailment  suite. 760 iq It. Clou to lerry.  Hut, light, cable, w/d included.  $465/mo. 8864474 430c  S800/mo, 886-8805  429c  w/garden 6 carport. Indudes cable  3 bdrm rancher 1 blk liom beach,   >�������� Director. Sunahine Coaat This is an opportunity lo uee your  "       Community Services Society, PO skills and enthusiasm lo tncour-  Box 1069. Sechell VON 3A0 by age and support adults with i  Jury 25.1994. ��29w mental handicap to enhance their  Camera tor the Coatt Newt Week- llv,n�� "*��� N" DELAY SEND  ender, Gibiom, Sechelt areas youfl "ESUME TODAY! Or con-  TRAVEL  3 bdrm rancher, lireplace, 4 appls.  Fenced yard, slorage shed.  Sechell village. Avail immed. $850.  885-7245. I30w  2 bdrm, 2 bath, completely renovated home, 5 appl. Hardwood  floors 6 new carpets, new plumb-  ing, wiring 6 intul. Sep. garage,  btml workroom. Quill, friendly  Rales'Irom $69 midweek   neighborhood, beaut, view. Ideal  3 bdrm house 2 baths 5 appl  52 KSW!' ano    ~ co*le ",mM ,'mlly Smmo'  ,,l,ced ����>���"' school 8 bus!  667.33P61 MM'86 430c    737-7829. ,30w  NANCY GREENE Lodge,  Whistler Spring Special.  Comly accommodations.  2 bdrm penthouse, Sechelt. Suit  quiel tenant, refs required.  $530/mo. 885-9017. I30w  Soon in Madeira Park and other tacl L"11" a' 885-7455 for lurther  communities. Must be 9 years or '"formation. SCACL Box 165  older. Good job for seniors. Call Sechell BC VON 3A0 or deliver  886-7623 between 9 am and 5 pm. four retumi to 310 Teredo Sq.  ttn Resumes Requested ASAP 129c  PEOPLE NEEDED Sechelt law oflice requires legal  lor TV commercials. All types and secretary Must be motivated and  ages. Call Screen Actors Agency, organized, mull type 60 wpm  669-4559, day or 669-9557 after 6 know WP5.0 Legal experience an  pmt weekends. I29w asset. 865-2626 t29c  SMSSSSAeaieUe^M \_wuji itcvva,   juiy   I  I,   IWH  34. Help Wanted       135. Business & B36. Work Wanted     I 37. Child Care  Home Services   I  LITIGATION SECRETARY  Experienced litigation secretary  required immediately. Send  resume lo: Welsh 8 Gray, Box 130  Sechelt BC, VON SAO or lax 685-  5154 #29c  Join our team and experience a  new concept ol communily living  lor all people! Communily Advocacy Sociely supporting a handicapped young adull presently have  an opening lor a llleskills/compan-  ion person, SI 1/hr to stan, Related  experience and reliable car  required. Gentle, committed people only please. Reply in confidence, Box 425 c/o Coast News,  Box 460, Gibsons, BC.      429c  Instructor:  with hands on experience in psycho-geriatrics; to develop and  implemenl an educational program  lor facility staff on the Sunshine  Coast: program duration approximately six weeks,: to commence  fall 1994. For more information  contact Rob Kolen, 885-5126,  local 222.  For Prolessional Resumes and loiters call Tricia at CONFIDENTIAL  866-4740. 428c  Pharmasave 4122 Gibsons,  requires a part-time post olfice  clerk for our busy sub post office. II  you have previous post ollice  experience and would like part  lime employment, send yout  resume to: Pharmasave 4122, RR  42 S3 C26 Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  Attn: Debbie. tfn  Cooks. Apply in person, Irvines  Landing Marine Pub. Ask for  Jessie or Wayne. 426c  Assemble llghl products at home.  Excel. Income, easy work. Call for  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623-2380  extA74. dn  MAJESTIC LANDSCAPE  Lawn/landscape maintenance,  weedealing, brushculting, hedge  trimming/planting, rotolilling, turf  laying, low maintenance landscaping, cleanups, rubbish removal,  elc. 885-0737 #28w  HOPPY'S TRANSFER  Economy shipping. Between mainland and Sunshine Coast. Constr-  culion and agricultural supply our  specialty. Free estimates. 886-  7774 ��Bw  remember when  DEVCO POWER WASHING  All types ol siding, gutters, window  cleaning, patios, decks, concrete  driveways, boats, RVi, etc. 866-  0069. 433w  R18 TREE SERVICE  Let Ihe sunshine In. Spiral pruning,  thinning, topping, dsnger tree  removsl. Reasonable rates. Free  estimates. Fully insured. 885-  9190. 430w  Beautifully Shaped Nails  Manicures lor men 6 women, nail  art. Cill Jinat at SuperShape  Salon, 865-2618 or 885-4474430W  SENIORS DISCOUNT  Horns repairs 6 renovations. Satisfaction guaranteed Dan 8684084  4-  I  ______>*  Vhjlkt  OTOVES  Ne imokr, Nn Chimnry!  Dealer far Janratown  Fnvirofirr, Tnnpnt  Av��lt  CAM.SSS-SIU  HARDWOOD FLOORING  Nsw floors - suppled, laid, sanded  6 finished. Old floors ��� re-sanded  6 re-finis tied. Lyla Haytsr Floors  Ltd. 6657833 430c  DON'S TILE INSTALLATIONS  Ceramic - Mosaics - Marble, quality woik at reasonable prices. 886-  4280 430c  Built Right Fences snd Dsckt.  Frss estimates, seniors discount.  686-2298 430c  Brown's Pressure wash. All purpose clean-up 886-3309. Robeits  Creek 430c  AU CARPENTRY REPAIRS  Changing doors, windows, bathrooms. Renovations, rsrooling,  tiding, painting. 20 years experience. Reasonable rales. Norman.  8864506 429w  HORIZON CLASS  LIMITED  ��|Mfia lirinp in rommrrria) A  miilrnliil patina,  I Kit 20 >nrt rkprrltM'  G>ni|*-litiir. |irooi|>l itmkr  <��UU3-5I53  TANKS  UNLIMITED  TANKS OF ALL TYPES  ��� Water, Fuel, Chemicals  ��� Polyethelene  ��� Fiberglass ULC Fuel  ��� Custom Fabrication  ��� Septic FRP & Poly  TIM  885-8381  Dirt People  Yard maintenance, new landscaping, rework old landscaping, week.  Iy cuts, inside repairs, low ratss,  exc. rels. 866-9593 431c  BARRY'S "  WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE  Metal 6 vinyl siding cleaned, gutters cleaned in 6 out. 886-3277.  434c  RITEWAY PAINTERS  Interior, exterior, pressure washing, quality workmanship; satisfaction guaranteed. 25 yrs. experience. Bob, 885-4804. 428c  BOB'S RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard clean up, etc. Will remove  whatever haunts you. Quick, courteous service. 8654604.    428c  AARNE  Professions! Welch, Clock  and Jewelry Repalra  Scandinavian educated. 30 years  experience. Cill 865-0824 Aarne  or leave a message. 431c  MM SIDING  Vinyl 6 cedar exteriors, soffits 6  fascia. Fred Cocker, 665-6065,  cell. 1-880-1580. 131c  HOMEOWNERS  HELPLINE  __fiu 886-4788  Trained health care worker ml 14  yrs experience available now for  short term or long term. Live-in  care lor Ihe elderly or disabled.  Phone 886-4688 I29w  Class I air driver seeks work. Living accom. In Sechell 6 Burnt-  by.W.H.Y? 1-543-6143 eves 129c  Need s diver? Anything, anywhere, anytime! Replacing zincs,  hull cleaning, WCB certified.  Kevin, 885-0466 429c  PLUMBING  Remodelling, burst pipes, hot  water tanks, plugged drains, leaky  faucets. Call Paul 866-9420 #39w  TOP FINISHING CARPENTER  Available - lots ol references.  Ross, 885-3703 428w  VERSATILE TRACTOR CO.  Have your garden prepsrsd by  heavy duty tractor with plow and  rototiller, 743 Bobcat to backfill,  with landscape rake. Also small  excavator to Instill driveways, tap-  tic tanki, small foundations with  small dump truck to remove rubbish or general cleanup. 6664659  ma  Secretarial/clerical posilion. Full,  part-time or temporary. Resume ml  relerences avail. Ctll Gaby it 885-  6619 428w  WAYNE'S SERVICES  Gardening, gat weedealer, lawns,  ground maintenance, window  washing. 686-2999 432c  DRYWALL TAPER  "Save Money!' You board, I'll tape.  15 yis experience. Quality service.  6655564 42Bw  Carpenter, footings, foundation!,  sdditiont. Relerences available.  685-7977, lv, message.      426c  Overnight care to elderly or children, relerences, bondable. 686-  9879. 435w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available for hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rotolilling, odd jobs.  8853817. tint  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard clean up, llghl moves, odd  jobs, quick friendly service. 885-  9694,328-1611 cell. 428c  House cleaning and house sitting,  references, bondable. 886-9679.  435w  Wanted: babysitter for 9 year old  boy. Perlerably Tuwanek area.  Bruce at 685-9006 430c  Professional couple requires N/S,  in-home child care for to mo old,  M.T.W, w/light housekeeping. Rels  req'd. 8664001 429w  Babysitting (anyiime) relerences,  bondable. 686-9679.        435w  Langdale Day Care  Quality licenced lamily daycare.  Bright, well equipped ml qualified  supervision. Also taking registration for fall. 886-7648        429w  Happy Days family daycare, has  openings lor 2 f/l, t p/l, Welcome  Woods area. 885-0470, Lisa 429c  Willing to babysit In my home, Mon  thru Friday, days. Welcome  Woods area, 865-6344     42Bw  Family daycare in Robeits Creek  has Immed. opening. Refs. 885-  0950. tins  5 YEARS AGO  The Sunshine Coasl Environmental Task Force  mei lor ihe second lime lasl week to finalize their  terms of reference and settle procedural issues.  The task force i.s composed of a representative  8200 - 8800 Weekly! Aistmblt  produdt it home. Ettyl No Silling! Direct payment. Fully Guarantied. No Experience necessary.  Cill 24 hn. 1.504-641-7778 1X1.  208. 429w  8475 Weekly  Homeworkers needed to make  stylish beided eirrings, yeer  round, it home. Into: land a self-  addressed stamped envelope to:  ACCEX CRAFT-829 Norwest Rd,  Sts 813, sxt 3003, Kingston  Ontario, K7P2N3 132c  Will established, ladies consignment clothing business ��� good  clientele. Lots of potential. Priced  to tell. RR42, S9,C7,Glblont,BC  KSw  .,SH*n  DOUARSTOUE  FRANCHIM  JOIN THE FASTEST  GROWING RETAIL CONCEPT  IN NORTH AMERICA  Total investment 550,000  to   560,000   dependent  avoinble plus  Write lo:  4201-321 ST. JUUAN ST.  DUNCAN, IX. V9L3S5  HOUSEHOLD MAINTENANCE  Cirpsntry, pslnting, gsnsrsl  repairs, quality work, good prices,  IP yts. txper. Keith Willi 865-  BJ72 429w  BAD PRESSURE WASH  ENV1RO FRIENDLY CLEAN  AGENT  lor vinyl, aluminum.aiding, paint  Dripping, concrete walkways, driveways, dsckt, RV't, boils stc.  686-0055 428w  CATHY'S ~  HOME CLEANING  Git your houie cleaned professionally. Bondable with references.  8864660 428w  Live-in nanny needed to care for 2  children (6 mot. 6 21/2 yrt.) In  lovely Roberta Creak home. Mutt  be reliable, trustworthy, loving ind  eating, willing to do light houie-  work and cooking. To start in  August. Dili flexible. 665-9143.  430w  Babysitter needed. We need an  expsiienced litter lo look after our  2 1/2 yr old girt In our homi In  Granthams, one to two times a  week. Relerences required. 886-  0576 430c  NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND  OTHERS  Notice Is hereby given to creditors  tnd others having claims igainsl  the estate of Jacob Andrew Che-  ben, deceased, formerly ot 4902  Panorama Drive, Garden Bay, BC,  ire required to ssnd full particular!  of such claims to the undersigned  executor st RR1 Cooper's Sits C-  6, Hallmoon Bay, BC, VON 1Y0,  on or before the 31st day ol July  1994, after whWi dale the estate's  sisals will bs distributed, having  regard only to the claims that have  been received. -- Richard Ian Currie, Executor. 428w  NOTICE OF INTENTION  TO APPLY FOR A  DISPOSITION OF  CROWN LAND  Take notice that Frank Pronk, David R. Hutchinson,  Philip G. Crowe and Michael C.Crowe of Madeira  Park B.C., occupation programmer, programmer,  serviceman and lawyer, respectively, intend to make  application to the Ministry ol Crown Lands regional  office in Victoria for a Licence - Aquatic Lands of  land generally situated near Bull Passage on  Lasqueti Island, British Columbia and more  specifically described below:  Commencing at a post planted on North West  Quarter of Section 6, Lasqueti Island, Plan 4112N,  Nanaimo Land District, unsurveyed foreshore or  land covered by water being part ol the bed of Bull  Passage, as shown on the sketch attached and  containing 0.052 Hectares, more or less, such post  planted 90M at an angle of 36.5' from the South  West Corner and 625 M 42.5' West of the South  East Corner of the said Lands, than 26 M 344',  thence 20 M 74', then 26 M. 164', then back to the  the Point of Commencment and containing 0.052'  Hectares ha more or less.  The purpose for which the land is required is  moorage and docking.  Comments concerning this application may be  made to the Ministry of Environment, Lands &  Parks, 851 Yates Street, Victoria, B.C. V8V1X5  387-5011.  MICHAEL C.CROWE  Be advised that any response to this Advertisement  will be considered to be part of the public record.  For Information, contact a Freedom of Information  Advisor at the B.C. Lands Vancouver Island Region  Office. Telephone (604) 387-5011.  from each of Ihe municipalities, the regional district and the Sechelt Indian Government District.  10 YEARS AGO  Gibsons Council has received a petition from  concerned Area E residents. At a May meeting of  Ihe Elphinstone Electors' Association the expansion of Gibsons boundaries was Ihe main topic of  discussion.  In response to this meeling a petition was circulated throughout Area E which indicated that  the majority of Area E residents want lo remain  part of Ihe Sunshine Coast Regional District.  15 YEARS AGO  Damage estimated al $80,000 resulted after a  welder's spark started a fire in the bleach plant of  the Canfor Mill in Port Mellon. There were no  injuries and within 30 minutes the blaze was  under control.  Disaster was averted when a chlorine boxcar  outside the plant was dragged to safety.  25 YEARS AGO  BC Hovercraft Limited has been granted a nine  year exclusive contract by the provincial government lo operate a Hovermarine HM2 hovercraft  service between Vancouver, Gibsons, Texada  Island and Powell River.  35 YEARS AGO  Premier W.A.C. Benneli announces cash bonus  payments to needy British Columbians totalling  $1.5 million.  Payments are said lo be in recognition of a visit  of Queen Elizabeth.  Sechelt studenls have suggested the name Trail  Bay Junior High for a new school planned for  Sechelt.  45 YEARS AGO  Gibsons and District Board of Trade officers  are making a strong bid lo have the Port Mellon  Road pushed through despite the closing of the  Sorg Pulp and Paper Mill at Port Mellon.  Lloyd Davis of Garden Bay suffered painful  injuries lo his right hand when it was crushed  between a boat and the float in Bargain Harbour.  OTEI  Sealed  Suehlne Coast Hghway at  MahoiRoadPicieclSMOT  wi be received by SmNna  Coast Engineering Ltd., 1481  Rund Rd, RR42 S7 C29,  Gtan, BCVON 1V0  Fbr He Oanc R Hatdng 8  SonLU,Bt*336,Gtal��,BC  VON IVO  tpb 12 noon, local ImaJity  22,1994 lor teqlstB antes  coretotig ol weaomekt, stoim  Near, cubs, tidaaak and  aspM Hong H0way 101 aid  MhonRtt&meC  Spectators snd enoetig  doamrti may be obMnao  upon pawnrt of a non-  ��*��**> fee of 850.00 pte  GST to SutaWne Coest  fnghastlnQlIrt  The kmeelor any tendar not  i .tuwailiaiqiwl  Pio|MNo.9M07  PiojnlMngK  D.Mrta*PEn��  OUR  YWtiH!  PAY FOR TWO  INSERTIONS  FOR YOUR  CLASSIFIED AD  AND RECEIVE  FOUR MORE  INSERTIONS  ABSOLUTELY  FREEI  GIBSONS  886-3622  PAX 8867723  SBCHEIT  8BM9JO  FAX 885*3954  Yard clean-up. gsibege removal.  Seniors discount. Can 885-S615  428w  Bruthcultlng-Weedeitlng-  Lawn cutting 'Rubbish rimovil  ��� Powerweshlng - 88841737  420w  Hot waler links, plumbing, repairs.  rsitonible. Barry. 888-4474 or  885-7443 *28c  CirpenterAvillitHe  Rti/comm framing. Interior residential finishing. Michael. 886-  0041        428c  Plant 8 Design. Cill Dave Mellor.  888-3171 430c  COASTLINE FENCING  Wooden 8 Cheat Unk  Otcke 8 Porchee  Call alter 6pm 888-2215 Bob tfns  CABINS TO CASTLES  Design, renovation, remodel.  Framing lo lockup. 8884380,886-  0684 eves. ttn  LAWN* GARDEN  Fruit trn pruning and spraying,  garden renovations, retaining  walls, hedge trimming, general  cleanup. Call 886-0180.        tfn  CULTURED MARBLE  Jelled bathtubs, sinks, baths and  shown panels, CSA approved.  Free estimates Tom Sesly 883-  2976. tin  QUALITY WOODWORK  Home Remodelling, Finishing  We look it ill jobt big or small.  For prompt, quality work al an  aliordabie price, call Art diet-  brechl 885-3372 or 888-7169. Ifn  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping ��� Limbing - Dangtr Trie  Removal. Insured, Quarantlld  Worn Free estimates. 685-2109.  Ml  Oibtint Mill  Saw Strviet  Plemsawn, Quartersawn,  & Bevel  186-3468  ^^  PAINTING  Ctll Jack lor your painting needs.  686-0070 428w  Dump Rune.  Will remove anything, anywhere,  anytime Reasonable riles. 886-  7774 430*  Carpenter wilh 20 yian atpan-  ence. Finishing carpentry, additions, decks, painting. Quality  workmanship every time. Gusran-  leed. George. 8854188.    430w  Yard maintinance. window wishing, berry 8 hedge trimming. Bit,  8864675 430w  House 6 fence punting, window  washing, lawn maintenance.  Trevor. 8864675 430w  Travel agent 6 yrt experience,  Appollo or Sabre. Sales onented.  Relocating to Coatt Aug 1. looking  for p/t or l/l collect, Mary 1-832-  0136 429w  Lifeguard able lo teach and play  water sale at beach. Call Kim,  6664843 429w  WATCH  YOUR  BUSINESS  BULLETIN BOARD  HCO    VON   IAO   ���   ,IK  MONDAY, JULY 11,1994  r____________m  Provincial Emergency Program  Thursday, July 14th at 3:00 p.m. at Sechelt Fire Hall  Regular Board  Thursday, luly 14th at 7:30 p.m.  Development Services Committee  Thursday, luly 21st at 2:00 p.m.  Planning Committee  Thursday, July 21st to follow Development Services  |1  ll  Pender Harbour: "A" and "B" class permits can be applied for  at (ohn Henry's store or the Oak Tree Market. Watch for  burning bans to occur through the summer.  Halfmoon Bay: No outdoor burning permitted.  Sechell: No "B" class burning. "A" class permits can br applied  for at the Fire Hall, 885-7017.  Roberta Creek: No outdoor burning permitted until further  notice (including screened barrels).  West Howe Sound (Gibsons): No outdoor burning permitted  until further notice.  "A" Class Permits - Land clearing, machine on site;  follow Ministry of Environment guidelines and local  restrictions.  "B" Class Permits - yard dean up of vegetation  grown nn that nrnnprtv. No other fuel permitted, eg.  construction wood waste, garbage paper, boxes,  etc. are not permitted lo be burned.  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.  NOTtt NO SPBINM INK EBinAV EVENINGS  | 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 SPBINKtlNR SATIJBIMV _______  Note: Only 1 Sprinkler per Property is  Permitted  ATTENTION: PLEASE TURN OFF AU  SPRINKLERS IN THE EVENT OF A FIRE IN  YOUR AREA  *  GJUKI  rfTrfjrT^  . it  The depot, located on Hwy 101 near Menacher Road,  Kleindale, is open Wednesday through Sunday from 9:30 am  to 4:30 pm. For Information call 883-1165.  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 nol received your bill, please conlact our office at  885-2261 and we will check our records. Please quote street  address, legal description or folio number when inquiring  aboul your bill.  mmatmaaatmast���mmmtm���������������^������������aaatam���m-mm-t���������t���t______^.  HOURS .MONDAY TO WEDNISDAY 8:00AM TO 5:0OPM, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY (:00AM TO ttOOFM  ���"���������������    '        ���' ,.,.;.,..,>���,���   ,������   l ���i- ;..,-���-   ..  if  ���  .:  :  i  ma*m  _______  -** Coast News, July 11, 1994  feature  Creating a lighter look to life's dark side  by Darah Hansen  At first ii jusl seems like a lot  of fun.  Der Role Rentier ��� a portrait  of a man made of red painted  wood chip; Winged Creature ���  a collection of wood and scrap  melal with door handle wings;  and // dogs hud wings ��� a  canine image with roller ball feel  to name bul three of the several,  seemingly whimsical images,  entitled New and Used, by Gibsons artist Patrick Hughes currently on display al Ihe Sunshine  Coast Arts Centre in Sechelt.  Bul Hughes looks a little disappointed al Ihe thought that  humour is all someone might see  in Ihe show. "Yes." the 43-year  old arlisl says, "Humour is a  major feature of me." Bul the  show fells a personal story too,  one of survival and oftlimes pain.  "I don'l like lo lead people  loo much." he says, trying lo  work around telling his slory  without tanning Ihe viewer's  own experience of the work.  "ll tells a slory," he says of  Ihe show, "ll reads around Ihe  circles in lhat room "  He stops to consider lhat he  may be the only person who will  ever fully understand or appreciate Ihe work bul shrugs, "It's my  story. I started out doing it for  me...and unless you're tapping  inlo a common thread somewhere, no one else is going to  respond."  "You just put il out there and  other people bring their own life  experience lo il."  Thai's part of the excitement  of doing a show. Hughes admits.  He says behind Ihe humour,  New and Used does have a  "darker side."  Then, listening to himself  speak these last words, he  laughs, saying "that makes me  sound like a mass murderer or  something."  He points to a sculpture he's  called Please wait to be sealed.  It's a child's chair, painted an  ominous black with nails reach-  Now available  VITOL - 27  Herbal Drink  OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK  VARIETY 5111,5, FOODS  dower Pi   Rd , Gibsons  886-2936  Patrick  Hughes with  a self  portrait, one  of his/Veil'  and Used  sculptures on  display at the  Sunshine  Coast Arts  Centre In  Sechelt.  Joel Johnstone  pholo  MAVERICK COACH LINES  Daily Service to Vancouver  Leaving  Powell River  Madeira Park  Sechelt  8:15am & 4:30pm  10:45am & 6:45pm  11:35am & 7:30pm  Upper Gibsons    11:55am & 7:55pm  Sponsored by;  iwiMSb���  CLIP & SAVE  ing skyward through the seal and  horizontally through Ihe back.  "It's quite horrific to me," he  says. The image could, and does,  mean different things to different  people but to Hughes it says  clearly that silting back and  doing nothing when there's been  an injustice is the worst crime.  "This chair does not allow  complacency," he says.  Like all the images in the  show, the chair is a collection of  scrap material, "assemblage"  Hughes calls it. And though he  considers himself a mainly self-  taught artist, he takes no credit  for the originality of his chosen  medium, "People have been  doing that (assemblage) forever.  It's not new."  Hughes is picky about the  kind of scraps he works with,  acknowledging some of the  humour in Ihe pieces does come  Ihrough Ihe materials ��� brass  door handles, hinges, and roller  balls are favorites.  Other methods, the use of  rusted materials, stark colours,  and discarded, rotting wood suggest a more sinister element in '  the art: decay, lifelessness.  Wings are also an on-going  fascination for him, he says. It's  partly an interest in mythology,  partly a conscious obsession with  flying. Whatever the motive, he  says, "The pieces seem lo juSTf  come together."  "I like to think I'm paying  attention to. everything, that I'm  being influenced by every-  thing. that's the dark side."  New and Used, sculptures by  Patrick Hughes, can be seen at  the Sunshine Coasl Arts Cenlre  in Sechell unlilJuly 17.  CLIP & SAVE  El BCS��es Schedule  886-2242  VANCOUVER ��� SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  EARLS COVE ��� SALTERY BAY  LtawLangdala  6:20 am       2:30  8:30 4:30 pm  10:30 6:30  12:25pmM  8:20M  Mrf^rtfjj UMiMtnk a\\a.a*  Lmvi HotmsIkw Bay  7:30 am     3:30  9:30 M  11:30  1:15 pm  5:30 pm  7:25 M  9:15  Laava Earta Cova  6:40 am       *30pm  8:20 ��:30  10:30 M0  12:25 pmM   1020 M  LaawSaltaryBay  5:45 am    3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:30 M      7:30  11:30       9:20  Two extra sailings an also  scheduled on Fridays, Sundays and  holiday Mondays ONLY from June  24 to Sept. 6  Leave Horseshoe Bay 11:0O p.m  Nuc<K��aimmn>..*N  Sunnycrest Plaza, Gibsons, B.C. VON 2V0    Leave Langdale 10:10 pm aa*-2277(MhoMn)To��Fiw(Vank4aMS13Fa��:eaM753   Steve Sawyer      _y  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������laLaaasaa��������� ��� ��� a ���������������kmmaaa  If pay ing high prices  mates you see  COME INTO DANIEL'S TO-DAY  FOR LOW-LOW PRICES AND  NO PAYMENTS  UNTIL 1995 o^c  ��� NO MONEY DOWN ��� NO DEPOSIT ��� NO INTEREST  LINO and CARPET  NEW STOCK ARRIVING DAILY  'WATCH FOR BIGGER AND BETTER THINGS  COMING YOUR WAY FROM DANIEL'S"  IN-HOME SHOPPING  INTERIOR DECORATING  CREDIT PLANS AVAILABLE  HIGHWAY 101 GIBSONS        886-7112  -~-' ..*Jg=33^**��Saa��^��J����i����^,

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