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 Parliament Buildings  VICTORIA.    B.C.  V8V   1X5 94  0  Attention:Rod Cardin  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  July 4,1994 Volume 48 Issue 27  THFJ2.EEK  WITHIN  ������������������������������������  Concerned  Sechelt resident  initiates petition  to save beds n  at St. Mary's  Z  Cherished  Langdale principal  says goodbye,   to students,  parents      m  and friends   /  Mother Tongue  to play  Roberts Creek  Community 44  Hall 1 I  Sechelt  ribbon cutting  opens new  golf course  There are many  wonderful animals  waiting at the  SPCA for good  homes. Call  886-CARE     Sechelt  residents  demand  action  on slash  burning  by Stuart Burnside  Land clearing fires remain a  hot issue for east Sechelt residents.  About 25 residents turned  out at a municipal Environment  Committee meeting Tuesday to  demand action on land clearing  fires within the district. They  say the fires are ruining the  quality of their lives and endangering their health.  "It's incredible," said former  mayor Nancy MacLarty, one of  the residents, "It's like Los  Angeles on a bad smog day."  MacLarty, armed with evidence of air-borne fire debris  that has made its way to her  properly, reminded those gathered that development slash  fires were almost made illegal  by previous Sechelt council  under an amended burning  bylaw, but present council  overrode the decision.  "We had gotten as far as  third reading (to the bylaw),"  MacLarty recalled. "And it was  up to the new council to give it  . fourth and final reading."   .  She said, however, when the  present council took over they  rescinded the bylaw and  removed reference to the proposed prohibition to slash burning. "It seems strange to me  that the resident can only burn  their own little piles of cuttings  twice a year (over a two week  period in spring and a two week  period in the fall), whereas  these developers can get permits to burn these large piles  (anyiime they want)."  MacLarty said if council  wouldn't do anything to control  the burning, then they should  consider warning tourists  through ad placed in tourism  magazines about the possible  health threats of visiting  Sechelt.  Dislricl Fire Chief, Bill  Higgs, however, said he could  not back the idea of outlawing  slash fires because in his opinion there is currently no practical alternative to burning.  turn to page 3  Celebrating Canada.  A healthy crowd of spectators turned up Friday for Sechelt's  Celebration Days/Canada Day Parade. Early morning rain  clouds had dissipated enough by parade time enough to ensure  no one got too wet. Joel Johnstone photo  Seeking attitude adjustments in Gibsons  by Kyla McDonald  A grassroots uprising of angry Gibsons  area residents and merchants gelled into  group form last month with a mandate to  change local government.  Group members, so far numbering about  30, say they are "sick and tired" of the attitude demonstrated by local politicians.  The as-yet-unnamed group held its second  meeting last week above the Twilight Theatre where members began the process of  electing an executive board as well as outlining group objectives.  Several primary objectives were agreed  upon:  ���To enhance the quality of governance in  the Gibsons and increase to the power of its  citizens to foster responsive government.  ���To provide an opportunity for the free  expression of ideas to further the community  economically and socially.  ���To monitor, review and comment on  issues which affect the community's quality  of life, development and vitality.  Members of Ihe group were pulled together through an ad placed in the Coast News by  Twilight Theatre owner Ray Boothroyd calling on disgruntled residents to unite.  Among those who responded is Nancy  Gaudry, owner of the Organic Only vegetable stand in lower Gibsons, the structure  which was recently found to be incompatible with the town's building bylaw.  "I can't sit back and let (Gibsons councillors) go on with their unreasonable attitudes," said Nancy Gaudry of her reason for  Creek golf  course set  to expand  by Ian Cobb  The Sunshine Coast golfing community is being invited lo help boost the  establishment of a second 18-hole golf  course on Ihe Coasl.  The Sunshine Coasl Golf and Country Club is al ihe firsl hole, wailing to  tee-off on a S2.S7-million venture lhal  will see an additional 9-holes added onto  their course.  To help raise money for the expansion project, the 502-member golf club  is opening its doors to 200 new members. "We'll be making an offer to  Coastal people lo start," said club president Harry Johnson.  A 30 day window will be opened for  Coast residents to decide whether or nol  ihey would like lo invest in equity  shares valued at $7,000 each, and after  lhal 30-day period, memberships will be  accepted from off Coast. Johnson said  the club knows of 18 local people who  want in immediately and 61 others who  have expressed interest.  Nearly 400 club members gathered at  the Senior's Hall in Sechelt Tune 27 lo  ratify Ihe expansion plans and 84 per  cent of the membership were in agree-  Sunshine Coast Golf and Country Club president Harry Johnson discusses the  club's expansion to eighteen holes. Joel Johnstone pholo  menl wilh Ihe plans.  The second nine holes are to be constructed on land recently purchased from  MacMillan-Bloedel and on land the  club has secured Ihrough a lease with the  Sunshine Coasl Regional District  (SCRD). The SCRD land is part of Cliff  Gilker Park which is adjacent to the golf  course.  turn to page 14  participating in the group. "I made a commitment to myself that this was not going to  continue."  This feeling was echoed by other individuals who attended the meetings, each with  their own complaints and their own stories.  Clayton Carby who was elected vice-chairman at the last meeting said he was "concerned with the dissatisfaction of local businesses," and is hoping, "that a better liaison  between the council of Gibsons and the town  can be made."  The group claims to be a non-partisan  organization where new members will be  welcomed.  The group will be meet again Thursday  at 8 pm in the dance studio above the Twilight Theater.  Convicted  arsonist jailed  for one year  An arsonist found guilty on two counts of  arson endangering life and one count of arson  was sentenced to one year behind bars at  Supreme Court in Vancouver June 29.  Darryl James Brisbin, 24, was found  guilty June 14 of lighting three house fires in  Gibsons and Sechell over a three day period  from January 6 through 9,1993.  Brisbin lit a fire at 6361 Norwesl Bay  Road in Sechelt Jan. 6. The Sechelt Volunteer Fire Department was dispatched in time  and the house was saved. Though occupied,  no one was in the house was hurt.  Undeterred, however, a second fire was lit  Jan. 8-while the occupants were away-and  the house was destroyed.  The next night Brisbin lit a fire at 736  Gower Point Road and that house was  destroyed. Again, the house was occupied  but no one was hurt.  Shortly after lighting the third fire Brisbin  was arrested by Gibsons RCMP. Police  were tipped earlier that Brisbin may be  involved in the fires and had been following  him on and off through the evening.  Following his sentencing, which includes  a three-year probation period, Brisbin was  remanded in custody and will be transferred  to a provincial or a federal penitentiary in a  few weeks.  Wi Coast News, July 4, 1994  Just  moved?  M&  Bride  to be?  tf New Baby?  Call us for Sechelt - luth 885SS47    TA/ELCOME  your FREE Gibsons ��� Carolt 886-3682   �� TI7��riA\T  gtfls& Stchelt (bablts only) l/l/A(j<JJN  Information. ��� Midge M5-3380 ' _ Since 1930  %  news  film or  2nd set  of prints  with each film developed  Buy  Trade* Rent  Sega or Super  Nintendo  113-5711 Ttredo Streat Sachslt 885-2882  New on the Coast  exclusively at  SuoerVahj  value and freshness  Lee  reaoi  Fresco  Z^ero Ivai  Onerheis  Demo  Saturday July 9  lower price than Vancouver!!!  Vivian  Teepoorten,  centre, and St.  Mary's Hospital  Auxiliary  parade Friday  morning to raise  the profile of  the fundraising  group which  works year  round to  support St.  Mary's.  loci Johnstone  pholo  Move afoot to save beds at St. Mary's  by Stuart Burnside  A Sechelt resident angry about hospital  bed closures at Sl. Mary's has set out to do  something about it.  Resident Ted Farewell has for the last  week been circulating a petition around the  Coasl calling on the provincial government  lo "re-evaluate their decision regarding the  closure of beds at St. Mary's."  "The response so far has been great,"  Farewell said. "I think we've must have 500  signatures by now."  Farewell said there was no other reason  for his interest in the St. Mary's situation  other than his having watched Ihe hospital  change over the years. And he doesn't like  what he sees happening.  "I've been a patient ihere myself," he  says.  "When I see what's going on I have to  wonder if what they really want to do is  close the place down."  His wife agrees services at the hospital  are deteriorating. Bev Farewell, who has  supported the hospital over the years through  work with the women's Hospital Auxiliary,  says she believes that St. Mary's is slipping  back to the level of service in place when the  hospital was built.  "Bul the population of the Coast is still  growing," she noted.  "I think the hospital should be growing  with Ihe population."  Despite the apparent popularity of the  petition, however, Farewell says he's not  optimistic anything will come of it.  "ll probably won't do any good," he says,  "Bui at least we'll let them know how we  feel."  Farewell says he has distributed copies of  the petition to legions, drug stores and convenience stores from one end of the Coast to  the other and will collect them on July 20.  Copies will then be sent to Premier Harcourt, the provincial health minister, and the  Coast's MLA Gordon Wilson.  "I think we're going to have an awful lot  of signatures," Farewell said.  Governments bemoan hospital cutbacks  by Ian Cobb  Sunshine Coast politicians  spoke out June 30 against Ministry of Health cutbacks resulting in bed closures and a looming $500,000 deficit at St.  Mary's Hospital.  During an inter-government  meeting at Ihe Rockwood  Annex, Sunshine Coast Regional Dislricl (SCRD), District of  Sechell and Town of Gibsons  representatives voiced their con-  cerns aboul a loss of services at  the Sechelt hospital.  "I'm a little concerned when  I hear the hospital is closing  floors," said Sechelt mayor Earl  Basse, noting that fewer beds in  a hospital serving an area with a  rapidly growing population  doesn't make sense.  Gibsons mayor Eric Small,  also a member of the St. Mary's  Hospital Board, told the gathering of politicians that hospital  administration is caught between a rock and hard place with  regard to the drop in ministry  financing. "They (hospital staff)  have 35 hour work weeks and to  get around that you have to have  more staff and as well there are  raises to heallh care workers and  you can't lay them off," Small  said, alluding that with all of  these factors taken in a balanced  budget isn't a reality.  "You gave them a raise, a  shorter work week and you  can't lay them off bul there's  less money," Small shrugged,  speaking of the Ministry of  Heallh.  While there is a possibility of  some money being made available through a more community-oriented health care program,  "The whole exercise is an offloading of responsibility," he  said.  "I think health care is costing  us too much," Small said,  admitting cutbacks are needed,  however, "This is not the way to  do it."  With that he told the group to  "continue to worry," because  health care on the Coast will  continue to be hit by cutbacks.  Howe Sound Round Table comes to Coast  by Ian Cobb  A group striving to bring  Howe Sound communities  together to discuss the future  management of Howe Sound  water resources stopped in to  Gibsons June 29.  The Howe Sound Round  Table (HSRT), funded by the  Department of Fisheries and  Oceans' Habitat Action Plan, is  working on a process entitled  "Shared Stewardship for Sustainability (S3)," and communities  BLOWOUT OH ALL UNITS  on the west side of Howe Sound  are just as involved as the more  populated communities on the  east side, said HSRT co-chair  Peter Moonen.  "The hopes and fears are very  different in Whistler and  Squamish than they are on the  Sunshine Coast," Moonen said.  "As a group we would like to  find a common vision for Howe  Sound," he said, explaining the  June 29 open house at the Gibsons Yacht Club. "Basically,  we're saying you bring the paints  and we'll provide the canvass.  We want to provide a weight-station, be a listening post."  With an estimated 30,000  people living in rapidly growing  communities along Howe Sound  or in areas associated with Howe  Sound, such as Whistler, it's  time "common goals" were realized, Moonen said.  Another important aspect of  the HSRT is "we're nol from the  same walk of life," said table  member Pat Tyson of Gibsons.  Table members are from West  Vancouver, an area wilh a heavy  impact on and impacted by what  happens on Howe Sound, from  Howe Sound island communities  and Sunshine Coast communities  from Gibsons to Port Mellon to  Horseshoe Bay up to Squamish  and from Whistler. And mem-  Reg. $2175  SALE$1699  Reg. $2095  SALE $1624  Mendota Gas Heater  las 24K Gold Arc h Door  Free Standing Hearthstone  Metallic C.harcoa  Gas Inserts 20,000 BlU/hr  30,000 BUI ��� Brick lined ��� Fan Driven  <%[ A & A GAS FIREPLACES ltd.  ''ro^    Office Houis ��� Tues ��� Sal ��� IOam - 4:30pm Ph. 986-7055  I son IVmlintnn \\v... I\ Vancouver i 2 bIKs. ^oulh ol Uiiinc  VINYL SIDING  AUnhum Strife, Palo Com | Hp  t^Sunt^noorirv.WMmwiNvKMCotwhes.  ALWEST  HOME SERVICES  "#106 -5530 Wharf St. Sechelt  IN REAR OF NEW WHARF ST. PLAZA  VISITOUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME    M Bain MM572  Safe & Happy Holidays  To those faking them  g^Thrifty*  bers represent a "hodge podge"  of occupations, Tyson said.  According to an HSRT fact  sheet, the objectives of the  HSRT's S3 aims is to "build a  vision for sustainability for water  resources and aquatic habitat in  Howe Sound. To identify specific goals for planning and management of water resources and  aquatic habitat and to explore  new approaches to management  that better meets the needs of  stakeholders and communities  and which ensures suslainabili-  iy"  Moonen is quick lo point out  ihe table isn't an "advocacy  group," but more of a group  looking into compiling information for entire scope of Howe  Sound, "environmentally, economically and social stability."  The going thus far has been  slow, with two previous open  houses held in Whistler and  Squamish lhat didn't draw large  numbers. Yel, the group remains  optimistic.  "It's a hell of a lol more  rewarding to find a project we  can all work together on rather  lhan just whine aboul it. Instead  of throwing rocks across the valley, we're building a bridge,"  Moonen said.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  SafeWithUs.  UntnwomithMitKtaiia.  M/AaMCHc  '-*���**-*       ****** nuneOmtof Uwhlaula  CALLSHARON 885-2228  HELP THE \  Donation!    HM4M or Box SN  6&2E  CtulamHem-Wattk  li  BONKDUCCNKDMIUWD  Branch-Ca-tToCOM) Coast News, July 4, 1994  news  Coast left out of ferry expansion plan  The provincial government is planning  an $800 million expansion to BC's ferry services, but none of the proposed new services  will directly affect the Sunshine Coast.  A new terminal in Nanaimo, continued  expansion of facilities at major ferry centres,  replacement of two older ferries and the  introduction of fast ferries are part of an  $800 million, ten year capital plan for B.C.  Ferries, announced last week by Premier  Mike Harcourt.  The plan, announced last Wednesday  (June 29) at the Vancouver Shipyards Co.  Ltd. in North Vancouver, features a new  mid-Vancouver Island terminal at Duke  Point, construction of fast, vehicle and passenger ferries for the Nanaimo-Horseshoe  Bay route, new ferries lo replace Ihe aging  Oueen of Prince Rupert (Northern routes)  and Queen of Sidney (Comox-Powell  River), a comprehensive vessel and terminal  rehabilitation and maintenance program and  upgrading of terminal facilities at  Tsawwassen, Swartz Bay, Horseshoe Bay  and Departure Bay.  The first'three years of Ihe 10-year plan  will involvejthe conslruction of a new terminal at Nanaimo's Duke Point industrial area  to relieve congestion al Ihe existing Departure Bay terminal; conslruction of three fast  ferries to carry both vehicles and passengers  between Nanaimo and Horseshoe Bay; and  construction of two conventional ferries.  A second phase of Ihe plan includes the  construction of more new ferries to replace  the remainder of the aging fleet.  Sea Cavalcade Craft Fair  July 22. 23 & 24th  or ,il Anderson IvV.illy. Sec hell  Phone 886-0194 or 885-4882 tor information  DID YOU KNOW?  Community newspaper readership has grown by  1,371,000 English adults in the past five years.  One of several slash burns, this one at Binnacle and Trail, taking place in the District of Sechelt  Joel Johnstone photo  Environment committee  to ask for burn bylaw review  from page 1  Higgs said council and other  Coasl governments should consider setting aside four or five  wood waste dump sites on the  Coast away from residential  areas where wood could be  stored until dry then set ablaze  in the winter.  "This is the only alternative I  can see," Higgs said.  He noted that he had made  these recommendations two  years ago in a letter lo Sechelt's  council of the day, of which  MacLarty was mayor, but he  received no response.  Higgs said he is frustrated by  the situation.  "I knew it would come down  lo this," he said. "Where I'd go  face to face wilh council or Ihe  past administration and a bunch  of citizens that don't understand  anything,",   i i .;,   Residents, however, said it  was time Sechelt started making  use of technology that was  available, such as waste wood  chipping.  One man pointed out that  there are areas of North America where slash burning is completely banned.  "There are ways to do Ihis  without burning," he said.  Most residents said it was not  necessary to ban all burning  straight away, but that it was at  least time to start the process.  They also wanted lo see more  enforcement of burning regulations when slash fires do take  place, charging that developers  are acting with impunity.  "We have photographic evidence lo prove that off site  material is being trucked in to  these fires to be burned," said  resident Karen Renfrew. "This  is illegal."  Councillor Rosina Giles,  chair of the Environment Committee, said a recommendation  from the meeting that council  reconsider limiting slash fires  would be brought up at the next  council meeting.  We're, going to have to have  another look at our bylaw,"  Giles said,".... something has to  be done."  She also said she would  bring the matter up al the next  all-government summit meeting.  Bypass funding announcement  imminent, according to Wilson  by Darah Hansen  An announcement from the  provincial government regarding funding for ihe Gibsons  'road lo nowhere' is imminent,  says Sunshine Coast-Powell  River MLA Gordon Wilson.  In an interview Thursday  (June 30), Wilson said recent  discussions between himself and  Minister of Employment and  Investment Glen Clark have  made clear lo him ihe government's personal commitment to  funding ihe competition of the  Gibsons bypass project.  Wilson said financial commitment to ihe highways project should be announced within  one lo iwo weeks.  He was uncertain as to the  amount Of money the government is considering allocating.  Wilson said a recenl appeal  by ihe Sunshine Coast Regional  Dislricl (SCRD) lo have the  government recommended  Payne Road option reviewed  will likely not affect the amount  of money given to Ihe project.  Bolh the SCRD and Wilson  have been pressuring the  province lo extend the highway  lo conned with Conrad Road,  off Highway 101.  The bypass was originally  planned lo re-route ferry traffic  from ihe Langdale ferry terminal through lo either Payne or  Henry Road in Gibsons and out  to Highway 101.  Payne and Henry Road resi  dents have argued neither road,  in rural areas west of Gibsons, is  acceptable as a connector to the  highway.  Depending on the choice of  road as a connector, the completion of the bypass will cost the  province an estimated $3 to $8  million.  Meanwhile,   Minister  of  Transportation and Highways,  Jackie Pement, has released Ihe  total costs of the as yet unfinished Gibsons Bypass.  In a memorandum addressed  to Gordon Wilson, dated June  17, Pement lists the costs from  the "original survey" taken in  I960 to the work done to date at  $11,950,000.  THE TIMBER FRAME COMPANY  ��� homr frame*  of Ih'iwta, fir  /^^N  *       ��� slress-skln  \      panel enclosures  ��� Cuttom design  ItniCtS  RR. 3,  Powell River,  V8A 5CI  \P��n  1    ��� call or write  J       for infontiiilioil  Maurice Shapiro  B.C.  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Development of  east Sechelt has recently taken on certain run-away-train  attributes and with that has come a corresponding acceleration in  land clearing fires.  Residents of the area, however, from both sides of the inlet  have come to detest the whole concept of burning as a way of  dealing with land clearing debris. They have dubbed those  responsible for the fires 'developers' -though not all fit into lhat  category-and note they are permitted (literally) to burn large  piles of wet wood for up to 36 hours at a time. The result is a  thick smudge of haze sitting over the area for days at a lime, and  a virtual snowfall of ash and cinders on the surrounding area and  properties.  At a recent meeting of Sechelt's Environment Committee,  angry citizens came to air their grievances, and to demand that  something be done at the municipal level. They charge that not  only is the smoke ugly and unhealthy, but that many of Ihe  "developers" are burning illegally by trucking off-site material  into their burn piles.  The question is, will anything come of this citizens' outcry?  Perhaps not immediately, but council should be warned that  the residents of east areas of Sechelt are on the verge of taking  things into their own hands. There was discussed at the Environment Committee meeting the possibility of a letter campaign  undertaken by residents to make local policitians more responsive. Rather than funnellimg a plume of missives in the direction  of council and other levels of government, however, letters  would be aimed at curtailing or perhaps derailing Sechelt's  tourist industry ... Letters would be sent to tourism magazines,  seniors' publications and health organizations describing possible health hazards of visiting Sechelt.  Talk about hitting a tourist-oriented community where it lives.  Things should not come to that, however. A lot of innocent  businesses could suffer needlessly from such action and further  rifts would be created between various segments of Sechelt's  population.  To avoid situations like this, or at least to lead us through  them is why we elect councils in the first place. The previous  council, before leaving office,, had given third reading to a burning bylaw which would have outlawed slash fires in the municipality. All the new council had to do was to give the bylaw  fourth reading in order to make it effective.  Before doing so, however, councillors rescinded the bylaw  and watered-down any reference to land clearing fires. It was felt  that there was no real alternative to slash fires at this time and  that requiring developers to haul their debris away might make  developing too expensive a proposition.  The District's fire chief was also and remains against a ban on  slash burning saying that until a safe alternative to burning is in  place, it is too dangerous to st' wood waste in places where it  might catch fire while unattended.  There are options to burning out there however, folks, and  chipping wood waste is a perfect example. Through  chipping-and there is now a mobile chipper on the Coast-waste  wood ends up as mulch or hog fuel or it can even be composted  into top-soil (of which the Coast has little enough). All that is  needed is a quiet site for its operation and bylaws from local  governments prohibiting people from burning.  While this might seem like government handing a single  Coast business a captive market, we are still working on the free  enterprise principles and it would not be long before competition  came rolling into town.  Yes, there are real, sound, effective, safe and clean alternatives  to burning out there and it's time local government woke up and  smelted the wood smoke.  ViWWTWl-ftMSt-  letters  Help appreciated  Our family would like to  express its heart-felt appreciation  to the people and organizations  of the Sunshine Coast for their  very caring and professional help  during the night of Friday June  24, when my husband Del Tripp  passed away while hiking in Porpoise Bay Provincial Park.  We are grateful lo the Park  Ranger, Camp Host and the  many campers for their help in  searching the campgrounds, the  Search and Rescue organization  for its outstanding dedication and  efforts throughout Ihe night, the  RCMP for its sensitive handling  of its responsibilities, and the  competent and caring personal  help of a very special lady from  Victim Services.  Thanks also to the friends and  neighbours of our daughter Pat  Tripp, for their compassion and  assistance over the lasl few days.  You have all made this very  difficult time so much more bearable.  Thank you,  JOAN TRIPP  Speedy objection  I strongly disagree with F.  Herbert's contention that the  Sunshine Coast Highway is "not  only a grossly inadequate but an  extremely dangerous highway."  Mr. Herbert claims the highway was "built to 1940s or 1950s  standards and was designed for a  fraction of Ihe present day traffic." True, but it was also  designed for ihe cars of the day  which for Ihe most pari resembled unwieldy travelling juggernauts far removed from Ihe more  responsive smaller vehicles of  today with all their improvements in braking and steering.  Unfortunately, with the capacity to travel faster, came the  desire and the perceived need to  travel faster. Even if travelling on  the Sunshine Coast Highway  were as dangerous as Mr. Herbert claims, it would be because  of the extremely dangerous driving habits in which some drivers  indulge themselves.  Are they to be accommodated  at all costs? If people are irresponsible enough to speed and  pass unsafely should the taxpayer  be forced to subsidize them by  providing wider, faster and ever  more expensive highways?  Public welfare workers meet  the occasional client who, on  being turned down for further  assistance, threatens "If I can't  get my cheque I'm going to have  to rob a bank or do some B and  E's." (It will be your fault is the  clear message.)  Probably Mr. Herbert would  agree that the assistance worker  should not be intimidated by this.  Why should he expect that the  public should be intimidated by  people who refuse to admit that  all Iheir expectations of speed,  convenience and the pleasure of  fast driving cannot be fulfilled?  If people don'l want to drive  the highway al the posted speeds  or even behind the occasional  slow driver because they are  wasting lime getting to their  place of work or wherever they  have to gel lo in a hurry, they  should:  a) Move closer to their place  of work.  b) Start earlier.  If you choose to live at a distance from where you have lo go  how can you demand lhat your  choice be subsidized by everybody else?  E. MACLEAN  Halfmoon Bay  Editor's note: The following  letter ran at this lime lasl year in  the Coast News, but the Sunshine  Coasl Raging Grannies have  asked lhal it run again.  Grannies blast back  We support and enjoy the  annual Gibsons Sea Cavalcade  for Ihe manner in which il displays community involvement.  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  Interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coatt Nftws  Box 460, Gibsons, B.C.  VON IVO  but the Raging Grannies of the  Sunshine coasl would like to register a complaint about the  announced re-instilution of Ihe  practice of 'blowing up a boat'  for entertainment.  The negative effects of Ihis  explosive and damaging show on  our ecosystem - in the waler, on  land and in the air - are nol easily  measured, either technically or  spiritually, bul Ihe appearance of  willful destruction performed by  adults serves only as a bad example for all, especially our children  who are often condemned for jast  such behaviour.  The Sea Cavalcade should,  among other things, be representing our community values, and  we wonder if this is the best way  of going about lhat.  With deference to all those  who work so hard to put this .festival together and wilh full appreciation of Iheir efforts, it is our  hope that they will reconsider  Ihis one event.  JO CARDINALL, DOROTHY  FRASER, GWEN  ROBERTSON, HELEN  ROY, MARIAN WALDIE,  POLLY WOODMAN  Whoa, Caitlin  Your columnist Caitlin Hicks  seems to have awarded herself  judge and jury of an accused  celebrity who lives in another  nation.  Pray, what in her personal  experience contributes to this  authority?  Yes, Ms. Hicks.it is an astonishing and fascinating world we  live in, when such opinions are  allowed in print!  STEPHEN FITCH HUBERT  Sandpoint, Idaho  Democracy served at Tetrahedron LRUP public forum  Carefully, his eyes shifting back and forth, Spy  vs Spy-style, he grabbed his dictionary, hoping no  rival newspaper publishers would be looking, and  he looked up...democracy.  "(State practising) government for the people,  direct or representative; the politically unprivileged  class." Admitting he was looking up the wrong  word upon scanning that muddled explanation, he  looked down and saw "Democratic."  Nodding like a back window-bound Corgi with  its head attached io il's body by a small latch, he  read, "Of. like, practising, advocating democracy."  That aboul summed il up.  The reporter was reflecting on a recent public  forum he had attended, partly out of professional  duty, partly oul of public duty and partly because  of the five pints of Spring Ale he'd consumed on  an empty stomach, making him woozy and thereby  wondering if what he saw had actually happened or  if it were all the results of a BAD hallucination.  He saw 2S0 or more people crammed into the  Rockwood Centre on June 27. The people had  showed up to voice their concerns and express  their opinions about the Tetrahedron Local  Resource Use Plan committee.  This committee, made up of obsessed individuals stressing various interests, gathered publicly lo  in the middle  present four-plus years of information gained via  various means such as sub-committee studies,  hours of throat-slashing argument and too-numerous lo mention other means.  "Come to our meeting or we'll...or we'll KILL  THIS MARBLED MURRELET," banners on the  back wall of my mind giggled.  Anyway, there Ihey sat, the board-room war  weary veterans of the LRUP, an acronym thai had  my numerous editors these past months quivering  with fear.  "Another 40 inch epic?" They'd scream, pulling  on their various facial hairs, as I told them I had  attended a Wednesday evening LRUP meeting.  While these meetings were often tedious in  nature, such as it taking them an hour to agree lo  the minutes of Iheir previous meeling, there were  Ian cobb  some highlights, such as IWA-man Murray Cantelon and water-man Chuck Weatherill squaring  off with some of the finest 'bully-on-bully' gibberish I've seen since I was an elementary schoolyard  bully.  And to write about these meetings���I had to  wrile A LOT, much to the chagrin of my eds.  All of this was boiled down last Monday when  the whole shmeer came before the public.  If sheer numbers were any indication, I think  it's obvious the populace of the Coast wants 100  per cent of the Tetrahedron saved and wrapped in  the shode that is the provincial Protected Areas  Strategy.  I would uy it was about 90 per cenl against and  10 per cent for industrial activity in the Tetrahedron.  Cantelon, a quote waiting to happen, informed  Ihe audience lhat more loggers weren't at the meeling because "Ihey work from 5:30 am to 5:30 pm  and most are intimidated" by the more educated  people, a category in which he tossed the environmentalists of the crowd inlo.  While I beg to differ in thai nol all and in fact,  quite a few, environmentalists have the brains of  lettuce���they at leasl have Ihe smarts lo march  down in numbers to an important public meeling.  As ihe old saying goes, if you snooze you'll fall  off the turnip truck and wind up in Tangiers buffing the shoes of a parrot-loving man named Reni.  Nope.  The numbers and the sentiments expressed at  Ihe meeling���by not just the "extreme environmentalists," as Cantelon calls anyone who would  like lo shuffle off the mortal coil with a conscience-thai while ihey arc surely as parasitic as  Iheir brolhers and sisters, they al least TRIED not  to destroy ihe earth for future generations���but by  average Joes and Joeltes, said il all.  Two lo ihree monlhs of work for 10 to 20 people should not a watershed ruination make because  this is a democracy, after all, and if 90 per cent of  the people say no...whal should follow nexl?  We'll see, I guess.  COAST^NEWS  Stttrtceiotioei *area foe  the Coasl News or tne Wetkeedee:  Carta*   I yen . S.S��� il Al CST ��� $J745  b monthi ��� J20 . J WO CST - $21.40  letrAh���: I year ��� (fill (No CST)  Keg No 4702  The Sumhine Coast News is published on  the Sunshine Coast B.C. eveiy Monday by  GfalriMflMlM  aktsemOffice  S37Cnektlane  Bo. 460, Cibsons, B.C, VON IVO  (604) B86-2622. 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Crowe  Barrister ��� Solicitor  Notary Public  Pender Harbour legal Services  12ITI Madeira Part Rd,  Madeira Pa*   883-9875  opinion  Accidents on the road to enlightenment  Tan was a Buddhist, ll was all the same lo  him. Accidents happen; no one wants them to.  Tan emigrated from Vietnam in his early  30s. He arrived by boat. His Vietnamese  name was loo hard for the western tongue lo  pronounce, although il was as common as  Smith, so he became jusl Tan. He had a skill  and was employed by someone with money  and four apartment blocks in need of a  plumber-electrician. Tan learned English,  mostly from radio and TV commercials,  which could be annoying al times, but amusing. He married a Vietnamese woman in the  traditional style, bought a house and fathered  a son.  Tan lived in Saigon during Ihe Vietnamese  war and if asked about il, he would say,  "Whal war?" There were bombs dropping all  around him and soldiers in the streets, but Tan  was more concerned about the climate. It was  loo hoi. He had to move.  He talked aboul Ihe boal people, crammed  inlo a vessel, sleeping, eating, puking, dying  on Iheir way lo freedom. Only people wilh  gold, nol paper money, could gel away from  the oppression. If ihey died on ihe way, well,  that was life.  He admitted to being very scared about  leaving Vietnam. There was a high element of  risk involved; it was a life and death situation.  He developed a nervous stomach.  Tan had a way of giggling and laughing  about everything. He made jokes. He didn't  drink but he smoked a lot of cigarettes. He  never worried about it. "No big deal," he'd  say. "Smoking won't kill me." There were no  cigarettes in the refugee camp, but to a Buddhist, lhat was "no problem."  a few words  Patricia Wolfe  Before he married, Tan moved into the  basement suite in our home in Wesl Vancouver. The house belonged to his employer, who  was also my spouse's employer. We were  both getting discount rates; we got along.  One day, I looked out the window and saw  Tan, smoking a cigarette, inspecting Ihe tomato plants growing in our "communal" garden.  I hollered out the window for him to gel away  from ihe tomatoes while he was smoking  because it causes a blight. He just looked up  at me and giggled.  In that same garden, Tan planted sunflowers lhat grew to mammoth proportions, and  cosmos that flowered for monlhs on end.  However, he never took his portion of the  vegetables. He did eat the apples and plums,  though, shimmying up lo the tops of the trees  lo get the best ones.  He could never understand why we were  slill buying fruit from the grocery store when  there was so much in the yard. "Why eat  bananas?" he'd ask.  One day I was out in the garden when the  landlord's brolher came to ask Tan for a  favour. Tan came to the door in his pyjamas.  It was 3 pm. The landlord's brother was  shocked. "It's three in the afternoon, Tan,  what are you still doing in your pyjamas?" I  could have told him thai Tan put on his pyjamas as soon as he got home from work and  kept them on until he had lo go oul and do  something, but I just continued to work with  my tomatoes.  We attended Tan's wedding. We congratulated him on his baby son. We would have  congratulated him on his home ownership but  he never talked aboul il.  Tan went back to Vietnam for a visit a  couple of years ago. He was nervous about It.  A few months after his return, he went into  the hospital wilh an unknown illness. He was  sick for weeks and al the end of it, the doctors  could only say thai he picked up a virus in  Vietnam.  I can't remember ever saying goodbye to  Tan, bul al Ihe same time, I can'l remember  ever saying hello.  On the first day of summer this year, Tan  climbed a ladder to do a job for his boss, even  though he hated heights. II was a hot day. All  we can figure is that Tan passed oul somewhere on lhat ladder and fell on his head.  He was dead within two days, never  regaining consciousness.  We should be happy for Tan. He was a  Buddhist. It was all the same lo him. But I  shed tears for the light that just wenl oul. I'll  never hear lhat giggle again, but I'll always  remember Tan.  Tan always said it didn't matter, but I can't  help thinking thai it does. And maybe that's  my problem. Maybe that's why I will live to  be an old woman on Earth, while Tan is cruising the universe.  Life is life. Bon voyage, Xuan Tan  Nguyen.  letters  SPCA thanks  Editor's note: This letter to  Mayor Small and the Sechell  Council was submitted to Ihe  Coast News for publication.  I would like to take this  opportunity, on behalf of the  Sunshine Coast Branch of the  SPCA, to thank you all for your  unwavering support of our organization as a whole and in particular our pride and joy: the shelter.  Your generosity helps us to  care for those unwanted and  abandoned animals who so mufifi .  need our help. As you know, we  nol only provide a home for  those animals until new owners  can be found, but we also give  financial assistance to owners  who cannot afford to get their  own pets spayed or neutered.  And of course we take care of  ihose dogs impounded by your  animal control bylaw officer, Val  Michaud, whose professionalism  and support we value.  Despite the heavy criticism  we've endured over the past  months, several of you have  taken the time to visit the shelter  to see for yourselves if there are  problems. I cannot adequately  express my gratitude to you for  your willingness to see our side  of Ihe issues. The Town's decision to lease Ihe pound lo the  SPCA was the right thing to do,  as evidenced by the sheer volume  of animals we've admitted since  opening on June 6, 1993. Even  though we didn't anticipate quite  Ihe number of critters that we've  received, we've managed with  the help of a terrific staff and  squads of wonderful volunteers  to provide high-quality care for  them all.  Your support is echoed by the  hundreds of people who have  adopted animals from us, by all  of us who dedicate time to the  SPCA, and by the many individuals and businesses who believe  in us so much that they willingly  donated money for the shelter  renovations.  I applaud you, and trust thai  we will be working well together  for years to come.  LYNN HAUKA  President, Sunshine Coast  Branch, BCSPCA  Extended outrage  Editor's note: This letter io  Charles Liltledale, Lands administration, was forward to the  Coast News for publication.  Re: ICG Propane Lease at  Roberts Creek  It has come to the attention of  the Roberts Creek Community  Association thai ICG may apply  for an extension to Iheir current  lease which expires on July 31,  1994. We wish to go on record as  COASTWISE  SECURITY SYSTEMS LTD.  ��� Residential &  Commercial  ��� Electronic Homewatch  For Summer Homes  886-8845  MAILING A00. BOX 1563 GIBSONS VON IVO  ��� Intrusion & Fire Alarms  ��� C.C.T.V. Intercoms  ��� Regular or Cellular  U.L.C. Monitoring  Do-it-Yourself  Systems  Free Professional  Advice  CLOSING OUT  3uB  OFF  $100,000  WORTH OF  MERCHANDISE  Last Day July 15/ (Xi  Store Fixtures Also for Sale  BARGAINS GALORE  10-6 MON-SAT, SUN 11-5  886-0919  strongly opposing any further  extensions of this lease.  The propane tanks have been  a highly contentious issue in the  community of Roberts Creek for  many years. The community has  put tremendous amounts of energy into effecting their removal.  We have received numerous  assurances from local and  provincial governments that the  lease would not be renewed.  Thus far, the lease has been  renewed each time.  Nick Koss of ICG has told us  that the Hillside Industrial Park  will not be ready to accommodate iheir lanks in time to permit  Iheir removal from the Roberts  Creek site by July 31,1994.  It is the feeling of our membership that ICG have had more  than sufficient time lo develop  their site at Hillside. They have  never undertaken any action to  relocate without large amounts of  community pressure. Their past  record is one of high handedness  and buck passing. The communily feels ICG has negotiated in  poor faith once again.  We request lhat any extension  to the ICG lease at Roberts Creek  be denied. Any company that  can't plan better than this should  nol have access to lands in the  public domain.  JAMES DAVIDSON  Secretary, RCCA  Ideas floated  I believe it is time I say lhank  you lo Ihis newspape and the  people of the Sunshine Coast for  the exposure and approval you  have shown for my battery-powered Viking style row boat.  Some of you may remember  saying "This boal makes me  think..." That line has helped me  think of developing a large 60  foot Viking row boal, a non-profit organization, ocean conferences and ways to raise money lo  develop other environmentally  friendly ideas, yours and mine.  This boal would be large enough  for all ihe mechanics lo be seen  under a see-through floor and lo  cany 24 hours of battery time.  This is slill jusl another idea,  bul some of you know ii will  work and others would help lo  make il work.  I have Utile knowledge of  business and need volunteers lo  help get this started. Can we do  il? Thanks again.  LEONARD G.BURSEY  Scckctt  If you have a  news  story or  see news  885-3930.  The Coast  lite Coast Made dear,  wm Coast News, July 4, 1994  community  Tearful farewell for Langdale principal  by Ian Cobb  There was hardly a dry eye in  Ihe place.  Thai is if you excuse a large  percentage of the students who  were oscillating on Ihe edge of  summer freedom.  No, il wasn't Ihe teachers  saddened by the end of another  school year or the parents worrying aboul having iheir kids  home for Iwo monlhs���il was  all because of the departure of  ihe school principal.  Ann Skelcher, principal at  Langdale Elementary School the  pasl six years, found oul whal  teachers, parents and students  thought of her June 29 at the end  of a school year ending ceremony.  Following the yearly awards  ceremony, a class of primary  students sang a special song to  Iheir principal, leaving lo take  up a similar posl al Roberls  Creek Klemenlary. Then, wilh  Skelcher clinging to her emotions, parent Gale Woodhouse  presented her wilh a quill, literally put together by parents,  staff and students.  Woodhouse told the audience  packed into the school gymnasium, "She knows how we feel  about her," of Skelcher and then  presented her with a lavish quilt.  The symbolism of the quill,  Woodhouse said, was "so Ann  can lake a little piece of everyone with her."  Afler lhat the entire school  sang a song to Skelcher. who  stood alone on the stage, draped  in her quill.  With Ihe song over, a quiet  took the gym as she prepared lo  speak. After a deep breath, she  said, "If you have lo leave  someplace, I can'l imagine leaving with a belter feeling in my  heart and wilh the love than I  have right now. I'll cherish you  for all my life."  Earlier in the ceremony,  Skelcher made special mention  of the school staff and peer  counsellors and explained,  george In gibsons  Langdale's  outgoing  principal Ann  Skelcher  receives a hug  from Gale  Woodhouse.  Skelcher is  wrapped in a  quilt given to  her by  grateful  parents,  students and  teachers at the  school's year-  ending  ceremony  June 29.  Ian Cobb pholo  BONNIEBROOK INDUSTRIES  Your complete septic system service  Tank Pumpins  Field Flushing  Portable Toilet Rentals  Environmental Cleanup  Water Hauling  High Pressure Wash  Commercial ��� Residential ��� Industrial  Serving the entire Sunshine Coast  Call any time  886-7064  Cell 885-8101  In Pender Harbour call Ken Cole 883-9134  TTWWJWWWWTWWWTWWWTWTWT!  MAVERICK COACH LINES  mostly to her studenls, that this  time of year is one of goodbyes.  With some other staff members  being laid off or transferring out  and with a class of  graduating Grade 7s       heading to Elphinstone Secondary  School, "goodbyes  have to happen."  With that a class  of Kindergarten  children presented  the outgoing grade  7s with eagle feather necklaces. The  touching and symbolic ceremony was highlighted wilh incoming studenls straining to drape  necklaces over the heads of the  much taller students on their  way oul. Many stooped like  / can't imagine  leaving with a  better feeling in  my heart  -Ann Skelcher  knights being touched atop their      tougher.  shoulders by their king.  Skelcher said the eagle feathers were "to symbolize esteem."  One was for self esteem and the  other was for the        esteem awarded to  the individual from  others.  "Il's only when  we have both kinds  of esteem and you  know there's people who care for  you" that risks and  ______     challenges can be  met, she said.  Skelcher also leveled a heavy  dose of praise on the Langdale  school parents who have helped  boost the school's resource centre and playgrounds���all reasons for making the move  "In the lasl month there have  been at least a thousand times  when I've wanted to call the  school board and say I don't  want to leave���but I can't do  that."  Once Skelcher announced the  school year over and the throng  of happy kids bolted for the  doors, with one loudly exclaiming, "I'm free!" the tears  weren't drying up.  Make-shift toilet paper hankies were being handed out from  one adull to another and on the  stage, a small group of students  surrounded Skelcher who was  kneeling and hugging a young  student.  Tears streamed down the  child's strained face and one last  time the principal imparted  some wisdom on Ihe child.  by George Cooper  "In two world wars one million Canadians came to Britain  and joined the fight for freedom.  From danger shared, our friendship prospers," says Ihe inscription spelled out at the memorial  of red granite sitting inconspicuously in a corner of Green Park  in London.  A memorial jusl unveiled this  past June 3 by our prime minister, Jean Chretien, in the presence of Queen Elizabeth and the  Queen Mother.  Close by, impatient motor  traffic makes way each morning  for the troop of horse guards  clippety-clopping by along the  thoroughfare called Constitution  Hill to stand motionless on  guard, both horse and man, al  their gate on Whitehall for the  tourists to ogle.  But in Green Park, all smooth  lawn and stately trees, Ihere is a  quietness thai complements the  solemn memorial.  Water flowing down ils rock  surface ripples over carved  maple leaves. Quite Canadian.  Al the unveiling the Queen  said, "...war forged a link  between Canada and Britain that  will never be broken."  The 110.000 Canadians killed  in aclion remain nameless while  Ihe names of ihe present prime  minister and his immediate predecessor are prominently displayed in the inscription as well  as the names of fundraisers.  Conrad Black and Gallen Weston. A scurvy plucking at publicity.  Harmony Hall  Paid-up membership of  OAPO Branch #36 is 314 with  13 life members in addition to  thai.  Navy vessels are docking at  Gibsons July 12. If you wish to  visit the vessels and take a short  voyage on the nearby saltchuck,  call 886-3504 for details.  The Reno trip planned for  October 8 still has places available.  Call Joan Quarry at 886-  9892.  Rena White's lai chi group  visited the primary classes of  Langdale Elementary on the  school's Intergenerational Day,  May 17.  Rena reports a most enjoyable time doing tai chi for the  youngsters to see and then visiting them in the classrooms.  "We received lovely letters  and drawings from the children  in appreciation of our visit," said  Rena.  Principal Ann Skelcher, who  will be moving to Roberts Creek  school in September, said the  intent of the Intergenerational  Day was to emphasize caring.  Part of the program took the  pupils to visit the residents of  Kiwanis Care Home.  If you have a news  story or see news  happening,  call 885-3930.  The Coast News...  The Coast Made Clear.  ���  $<�����  CUP & SAVE  El BCflSRRies Schedule  886-2242  VANCOUVER    SECHELT PENINSUL  HORSESHOE BAY ��� LANGDALE  EARLS COVE ��� SALTERY BAY  LMvtUngdale  6:20 am       2:30  8:30 4:30 pm  10:30 6:30  12:25pmM  8:20M  Laav* Horanho* Bay  7:30 am     3:30  9:30 M       6:30 pm  11:30        7:25 M  1:18 pm    9:15  Lmv# Earlt Covt  6:40 am       4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 M0  1255 pmM   10:20 M  UivtSalttryBay  5:45 am    3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:30 M      7:30  11:30       9:20  Two extra Millngi are also  scheduled on Fridays, Sundays and  holiday Mondays ONLY from lune  24 lo Sepl. 6  leave Horseshoe Bay 11:00 p.m.        Sunnycrest Plaza, Gibsons, B.C. VON 2V0    leave langdale 10:10 p.m.   IM.2277I24 hw���) Tol free JVanfc 682-1513 F��: Mb-3753   Steve Sawyer  Powell River   8:15 a.m.-4:30 p.m.  Madeira Park 10:45 a.m. - 6:45 pm  Sechelt        11:35 a.m. -7:30 p.m.  Upper Gibsons 11:55 a.m.-7:55 p.m.  iiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiittiiiuiiiiitiiitmiuiiiu  Classifieds...  They never stop moving.  '���*      885-3930 or 886-2622  Fall & Winter 1994  Catalogues are here!  Quantities are limited  Pick up your  FREE COPY  771  pages  to shop  from!  today  886-2237  GIBSONS  SEARS  885-5141  SECHELT  CATALOGUE STORES  GIBSONS PARK PLAZA HWY 101 and SECHELT HARDWARE COWRIE ST.  -mm  mm Coast News, July 4, 1994  COUNTRY FAIR  of Halfmoon Bay  at Cooper's Green, ]uly 8 -10th, 1994  Friday, July 8th  6:00p.m. - Car Rally & Reception. Reception sponsored by Jolly Roger Inn.  Pre-Registration - Marion 885-8555  Saturday, Jufy 9th  10:00 a.m. - Kid's Fishing Derby. Ages 4-12. Pre-register Halfmoon Bay Store,  before July 9  /ft00 a.m.. 2:00p.m. - Volleyball Challenge. Call Tina 885-8868 for info.  1:00p.m. - 4:00p.m. - Bocce Ball Tournament. Call Maurice 885-6278 for info.  530p.m. - Family Dinner, Social & Talent Contest/Entertainment.  Call Elise-885-4642 for info.  Sunday, July 10th, Fair Day  &30 - llffl- Pancake Breakfast at Cooper's Green Hall.  10:00 a.m. - Registration; 10:30 a.m. - 31/2 Mile Trophy Race from Connor Park  to Cooper's Green.  10:45 a.m. - Official Opening Ceremony of the Fair  Events and Contests  Arts & Crafts - Children's Games - Service Auction^ 50/50 Raffle J,f ood! Food!  Food! - Beer Garden - Bingo - Smile Contest - Dunk Tank -Creatures from the  Deep - Souvenirs - and more...  1:00p.m. Kids Races  1:00p.m. Horseshoe Toss Tourney - call Mike 885-4603  1:15p.m. Baking Contest & Auction  2:00p.m. Best Dressed, Stuffed Animal Parade  230p.m. Prize Draws & Awards  S.C Transit Bus Service: Sunday, along Redrooffs Rd., from Trail Bay Mall, Sechelt.  This Fair brings together all of our Community Groups for a Gala Fundraising Weekend.  | Everyone is Invited to attend! j  The Committee would like to thank the following, without  whose support  the Fair would not have been advertised:  community  Doug Kennedy Trucking  Fawn Road Market  Gibsons Building Supplies  The Halfmoon Bay  Trading Post  Hartley's Autobody  IGA Plus-Wilson Creek Plaza  Jim's Plumbing & Heating  Jolly Roger Inn  K.J. Services  Pastimes "A Toy Store"  Sun Coast Electrical Ltd.  Sunshine Coast  Building Supply  Sunshine Coast Insurance  Agencies Ltd.  Swanson's Ready Mix  Wakefield Inn  roberts creek  by Katharine Trueman  885-2282  A couple of weeks ago a challenge was issued to the community in regards lo eliminating the  mail box litter bug. I have really  noticed a lerrific difference.  Thanks lo all of you who are  doing your best to keep abreast  of Ihe situation and your part to  keep the Creek green I  Flea market  The Robert Creek Legion and  Legion's Ladies Auxiliary will  be holding a giant Flea Market  on July 16 and 17. The market  will be held from 10 am until 3  pm at the Hall. The tables will  rent for $15 for one day and $25  for two days. For further information or table rental, call Diana  885-3159 or Jack 885-3381. All  profits will go towards remodelling the Hall washrooms.  Peace  A Sacred Phrase and Dance  workshop will be held in Roberts  Creek on Saturday, July 9  between 2 and 5 pm. (Location  yet to be confirmed). The cost  will be $15 and everyone is welcome to attend.  Following the workshop will  be a vegetarian community  potluck dinner. The dinner will  be by donation and a vegetarian  food item.  Immediately after Ihe dinner  from 7 pm until 9 pm there will  be an opportunity to see, enjoy  and experience the Dances of  Universal Peace. For informa-  dockslde davts bay  tion, please contact Alison 885-  5007.  RCCA  The last Roberts Creek Community Association (RCCA)  meeting until fall saw an excellent turnout with a good mix of  old and new faces. Many issues  were brought to the meeting. The  following are highlighted:  Gerald Raine, who helped formulate the landscaping layout for  the new field, was on hand and  gave an excellent explanation  about what has been done and  why. There was also a picture to  help illustrate the vision of what  the field will look like.  Our SCRD representative  Brett McOillvray presented the  prospective Local Government  for the Sunshine Coast. He outlined Ihe present situation and  presented views now voiced by  the public from both sides.  To date Ihere have been a  number of local government  meetings and the following mission statement: "The Sunshine  Coast is a community of communities and the challenge is to  amalgamate these seven political  jurisdictions into one functioning  political body and, at the same  time, preserve the integrity of  each community.  "This new form of local government is committed to forge a  relationship with the Provincial  Government that ensures direcl  and equal representation to protect the quality of life and plan  for future growth on the Sunshine Coast."  He further outlined the goals  and process which is now in  place. There will be a public  meeting during Ihe week of  September 12 to determine  where we go from here.  Tanks or No Tanks that is the  burning question. It has come to  the attention of the RCCA that  ICG may apply for an extension  to Iheir current lease which  expires on July 31, 1994. The  reason offered by Nick Ross of  ICG seems to be thai Ihe Hillside  Industrial Park will not be ready  by July 31, 1994. The membership strongly felt that the ICG  has had more than ample time to  prepare for the move and have  therefore sent a letter to Mr.  Charles Littledale, Lands  Administration, stating their  view.  Committee members have  copies of the letter available at  Ihe slore last weekend and many,  many community members were  encouraged to send this letter  under their own signature in support. It is still not too late for you  to send a copy of this letter. Contact president Gail Newman 886-  3977 for further details on any of  the above issues.  The next meeting is planned  for Sepl. 28. One of the items on  Ihe agenda will be to form a  group to help with interpretation  of the new Official Community  Plan which is now in place.  by Jo-Anne Sheanh 885-3629  Camp Goodtimes, a summer  camp for kids ages six to 16 who  are battling cancer, is celebrating  its 10th anniversary on the Sunshine Coast this year.  Sponsored by the Cancer  Society, Camp Goodtimes provides a special time for the kids,  enabling them to share their  experiences, make new friends  and renew acquaintances with  old ones. The camp's activities  include fishing, swimming,  crafts, and camping oul in tents.  The meals are first-class and the  workers, counsellors, nurses,  doctors and kitchen staff are all  volunteer. This year there are  approximately 50 local gals and  guys who have signed up to clear  tables, wash dishes and scrub  pots and pans. The response has  been tremendous.  Sandcastles  Sunday July 10 is the Annual  Sandcastle Competition. Sponsored by the Trail Bay Merchants, the competition is held in  Davis Bay every year, attracting  hundreds of people from all over.  A concern of many residents is  the lack of adequate facilities to  accommodate the expected mass  of people who converge on the  beach every year for this evenl.  There are only two portable  toilets and three garbage cans  along ihe entire stretch of Davis  Bay beach. With hundreds of  people on the beach all day, there  is bound lo be long line-ups for  the biffy and overflowing  garbage cans. Surely our tax dollars deserve more than this.  Christmas in July  "Christmas in July" is the  theme of St. Mary's Thrift Shop  this week. We don't Ihink of tinsel, ornaments, wreath, etc. now,  but the prices are rock-bottom  and allow you to get a jump on  some Christmas shopping.  They will be open on Mondays from 12:30 pm until 3 pm  for the summer months in order  to accommodate many of the visitors to our area. On a rainy day  if you are staying in a campsite,  it's a fun afternoon browsing in  the Thrift Shop. It's amazing the  things that turn up there...one  man's junk is another man's treasure.  We tented every year for 15  years with our three boys and the  excursions/adventures were often  quite unique. On a cloudy windy  day when you couldn't enjoy  whatever lake you might be  camping at, we loured the local  graveyard. You can find oul  more aboul an area and its history in a graveyard than you can in  a library or museum. Of course  in ihe old days, unlike today, a  person's entire life could be  recorded on their tombstone.  I remember an inscription on  a weathered old stone in a ceme-  tery in the Okanagan. The  deceased was a bit of a rake and  a well-known gambler thereabouts, ll read "Tiddlin' Buck,  the more he laid down, the less  he picked up!" Our family still  laughs about it.  20001b WARN WINCH   Cj^  \ 2 YEAR YAMAHA EXTENDED    ^  SERVICE CONTRACT  or  NO INTEREST / NO PAYMENTS  FOR 120 DAYS (OAC)  with purchase of  YAMAHA ALL TERRAIN VEHICLES  J4X4 01(3 BEARI  4X4K0PIAK  4X4TIMBERW0LF  Hours  Tues-Sat  9 - 5 * not applicable with ,  Oner open July - November   serving the sunshine Coast     gov't / rental / commercial rebate |  ROWERHOUSI  \i 885-3137  iMMMMiMMHI Coast News, July 4, 1994  community  1994 Chatelech  Secondary  School  graduates  applaud the  speeches of  their peers at  Wednesday  evening's  ceremonies.  Joel Johnstone  pholo  by Margaret Watt, 885-3364  Gamma Phi Beta Camp - informally  known as Camp Sechelt - is open.  From now until the first part of August the  camp will be taken over by three separate  groups of children, aged from seven lo 11,  doing what children do best: playing and  learning and having fun in Ihe bargain.  Counsellors sleer the children cheerfully  and lovingly through this business of summer  fun. Here, the children learn to swim and  about safely in Ihe water under the watchful  eye of a qualified instructor.  They take part in arts and crafts and play  games but I think the most important thing  they take with them when they leave is the  lasting memory of a glorious summer spent  beside the sea with new-found friends and the  love of their counsellor. Happy fourth of July  to those counsellors from the US!  Concert  Capilano College Singers will be putting  on a show July 4 (today) at 7:30 pm in St.  Hilda's Church hall in Sechelt. Tickets are $9  each and may be bought at the door or  Talewind Books or Books & Stuff in the  mall.  Festival news  The Festival box office is sold right out of  Saturday passes, also the four-day passes but  you can still get single event tickets for the  other 29 events taking place at this the 12th  Annual Festival of the Written Arts.  There are also tickets to be had for all  nine remaining concerts in the Summer Concert Series of jazz, classics and pops, but you  better hurry if you want these tickets, who  knows how long they will remain available.  For more information, call 885-9631.  Birthday greetings  A belated Happy 40th Birthday to Craig at  Rowland's Brake and Muffler!  A little bird let it slip that July 3 was your  special day. We wish you all the best and  hope that you made sure to have the best  birthday ever.  Volunteers needed  Everyone knows that volunteers are very  special people. If you have some time on your  hands and would like to donate a bit of it,  however little it may seem to you, call the  Sunshine Coast Volunteer and Information  Centre at 885-5881 and they will be delighted  to put you to work.  Y YMCA Summer Day Camps  With games, special events, swimming, fishing, crafts, overnight  camp outs and age appropriate instruction in sailing, canoeing,  kayaking,   rowboating,  sailboarding,   tennis,   archery  and  orienteering.  Return transportation leaves Sechelt at 8:15 am and returns at  5pm with stops along Highway 10], Roberts Creek and Cibsons.  Daily lunch, meals on overnight camp outs and transportation  from Sechelt, Roberts Creek and Gibsons included.  Fees: 4 days $110.5 days $135.9 days $235.  A brochure with dates and an application form is available at  1760 YMCA Road, Langdale or by mail from...  YMCA CAMP ELPHINSTONE  440 Hendry Ave.,  North Vancouver, V7L 4C5  Tel 251-1116 or fax 986-0592  "A Place to team and a Place to Grow"  CELLULAR  slINCQAs*  MOTORS  '*&r  rQt?  SALES  SERVICE  ��� ",7Su,^^HwyKSlC  ^������"8864213  Batteries,  Chargers  and  Accessories  WE TAKE  TRADE-INS  For Information on sales, service  or Installation, give us a call.  I Put the power of the familiar office  I phone Into any car, boat, briefcase,  pocket or wlngl  by Ruth Forrester 885-2419  If you have not yet registered  for the Halfmoon Bay Country  Fair Car Rally, better do it now.  This is an exciting event with  good prizes for the winners and'  is lots of fun.  The fee is $12 for a team of  driver and navigator. A reception for participants will take  place al the Jolly Roger Inn following the race which starts at 6  pm at Cooper's Green. Pre-reg-  isler by calling Marion al 885-  8555.  Entries are needed for the  Fair's baking contest and auction. This will be at the hall on  Sunday July 10 and entries must  be submitted by 11:30 am.  Judging will be at 1:15 pm and  the auction will follow. There  are two categories, 16 and under  and over 16.  Choose the baked item you  can do best, from various types  of bread and pies, cakes, cookies etc., but everything must be  made from scratch.  You can enter jams, jellies,  marmalade, pickles, relish, salsa  and even your besl wines. There  are some greal bakers in this  area, so get out there and show  off what you can do. Give  Show held  to raise  murrelet  awareness  Friends of Ihe Caren will be  hosting an evening of entertainment Saturday, July 16 in honour of the Marbled Murrelet, the  endangered bird species recently  found to be nesting in the Caren  Range.  According to event co-ordinator Maureen Corbin, Ihe evening  will be one of "family fun," wilh  music, slides and a show put on  by the Precipice Thealre Sociely.  Precipice Thealre is a nonprofit organization dedicated to  advancing education and understanding on environmental  issues.  The evening lakes place at Ihe  Festival of the Written Arts  (FWA) pavilion at Rockwood.  Tickets are $8 and available at  the Roberls Creek Slore, Waler  and Wind in Pender Harbour and  ihrough the FWA box office.  Peggy a call at 885-9347 for  information.  The Kids' Fishing Derby gets  underway at 10 am on Saturday  morning, July 9, but pre-rejis-  Iration at the Halfmoon Bay  Store is necessary.  The Kids'Fishing  .Derby gets  underway at 10 am  on Saturday  morning, Jufy 9  The $2 entry fee is going to  charity, so pop in and talk lo  sponsors Scott or Marion to register. All the kids will get a  prize, so winning is not that  important.  More Blue Heron  Last week I reported the  finding of a young blue heron  and was pleased lo note that il is  doing jusl fine al ihe Halfmoon  Bay Wildlife Centre.  Jusl this week we rescued yet  another. It had the same kind of  injury as Ihe firsl one, and we  have discovered what is happening. It's a very sad story, and  quite a few of Ihe young were  too far gone to be saved.  The young birds are al the  stage where, though not quite  ready to fly, they perch high up  on iHe tree close to the nest. The  crows have discovered ihis And  are attacking the young birds,  pecking their legs and finally  knocking them down to the  ground, where they have to sit  helplessly while the gang of  crows attack and devour them.  We were only able to save one  out of about five.  They have also been knocking down the whole nests,  which may be part of nature's  food chain, bul there is something very special and precious  about these great blue heron  whose habitat is already reduced  by so much, and to see them  being destroyed is very sad.  We can only hope that  enough qf them will survive to  come back next year.  Lei's brighten things up a bit.  It was good news to learn lhat  Ihe honour of officially opening  this year's country fair is going  to Jeannie Mercer of Buccaneer  Marina and a hard working  member of Ihe Hospital Auxiliary.  See you there.  "We love Oris room too much to trust it to an amateur...  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VON 3A0  Tel. 885-3255  Fax 885-3278  m_mimi___-_-__u  aemrnkm  - *-  ��.' ( o.iM News,  lulv I, l��i<).|  ANNOUNCEMENT  Irom  Seaview Gardens  DUE TO STAFF SUMMER VACATION,  SEAVIEW GARDENS RESTAURANT  WILL BE CLOSED ^  N/      I?      FOR THE MONTH OF JULY        _Mk  -m     r   WE WILL RE-OPEN AGAIN ON  AUGUST 2nd, 1994  community  business notes  SELL IT FAST IN THE COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS!  AHcr f) monlhs of effort,  twenty-live (nasi businesses  have Grildllllllid In mi Ihe Federal  Husiiiess Development Hank's  (!��� HUH) Husiiiess Management  Program.  "Running a successful business Ihese clays is becoming very  complex," said program advisor  Duncan Fraser. "In loday'scom-  pelilive environmenl, strcnglhcn-  ing and developing new managerial skills and finding new levels  of confidence in dealing wilh  changing conditions are priorities  for all owners and managers."  Over   Ihe  course  of six  Notice Board  Ongoing cvcelft must be updiird monthly  Wi- reserve (he right lo edil submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events  ol genuine community interest  Items will he listed three weeks prior to the even).  11****  ���t  The Sunshine  Coast News  SATURDAY * SUNDAY, JULY 9 410  S.C. Ladlee' Fastball Tournsment,  Brothers Park Raffles. 50/50 draws, beer  garden  SATURDAY, JULY I  Sacred Phrsee and Dtnce Workshop.  2-5 pm, Roberts Creek. Optional Potluck  Dances ol Universal Peace. 7-9 pm by  donation Inlo: Alison. 865-5007  C.A.M.E.O. potluck supper. 6:30 pm.  Wilson Creek Hall. Davis Bay Info: 666-  3921 or 6855364  MONDAY, JULY 11  S.C. Breastfeeding Support Oroup  informal meeling - open discussion 10  am. All moms 4 babies welcome. Info:  Laurie. 8867900 or Roxanne. 666-3230.  S.C. Resource* Council annual general  meeting, 7:30 pm, SCRO boardroom,  Sechelt. Everyone welcome. Info: Harry  Almond. 8653464  THURSDAY-SATURDAY, JULY 14-16  Danes Workshops wilh Paula Ross,  Qibsons United Church Hall. Info: 886-  6044. 666-2069  SATURDAY 1 SUNDAY, JULY 16*17  Joint Giant Flea Market sponsored by  Roberts Creek Legion ��219 and Ihe  Ladies' Auxiliary. 10 am-3 pm, R.C.  Communily Hall. Tables $15 one day;  $26 Iwo days. Info: Diana Oaudaur (alter  6) 6653159: Jack Eldred (alter 6) 885  3381  SATURDAY, JULY 16  See Cavalcade Pints Party, 9 pm-1 am,  Royal Canadian Legion. Gibsons Music  by Night Moves. Door prizes and prizes  lor besl pirate costume. No minors. No  host bar Admission by ticket only at Ihe  dooi Tickets $10 at Molly's Reach and  throughout the business community.  SATURDAY ��� SUNDAY, JULY 23 * M  Sunshine Coaat Equestrian Club's  Summei Horse Show. Saturday. Cattle  Penning A Gymkhana. Sunday- Jumping.  Concession on site. Everyone welcome.  Joan 866-3059  SATURDAY, JULY 23  SPCA Display. Trail Bay Mall  MISCELLANEOUS  Kids' Day Clubs lor ages 10-13,  Tuesdays. July 19-Aug 30. 9:30 am-330  pm, Bethel Baplisl Church. Register  ASAP: 666-2464 or 665-3919.  Junior Youth Day Clube lw ages 10-13,  Thuisdays, July 21 -Aug. 25, 9:30 am-  3:30 pm, Bethel Baptist Church. Register  ASAP: 865-2464 or 666-3919.  Exhibition by Vivian Chamberlin  (watercolours) and Ross Buchanan  (pottery], Ihrough July 6. Hunler Gallery.  Qibsons.  Video Series: Lire on Ihe Edge:  Preparing lor the Challenges ol  AOtimoocJ featuring Dr. James Dobson,  Christian uie Assembly, 730 School Rd.,  Qibsons Sunday nights: July 10, 17 6  24,7 pm Into: 866-7107  Prsnslsl Claeaee: Qibsons Heallh Una  Lata Class Series July 5, 12 4 19 with a  breestleedinfl follow-up July 26. (Sechel  Health Unit) Early Ctaas July 26. Nexl  Postnatal Class ��� Juno 28 (Sechell) All  above Prenatal Classes are from 7 lo 9  pm Please register early as classes Iill  up quickly. To register: (Qibsons) 686  5600. (Seclielt) 685-5164  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum, 716  Winn Rd., across Irom Post Ollice,  Qibsons. A wlds vsrlsly ol displays  profiling native, pioneering, marine and  mineral anilacts of the Coast Open 7  days a week, Mondays 6 Tuesdays, 1- 5  pm and Wednesday through Sunday, 9-  5:30 pm. Admission by donation Call  886-8232 lor more Info.  Parent-Tot Drop-In: lor parents with children up to 5. 9:30-11 30 sm at the lollowing locations: Gibsons United Church Ha*  (Mon., Tuea., Wed.. Fri); Sechell St.  Hilda's Church Hal (Tues); Wilson Creek  Communily Hall (Thurs.). Inlo:  Community Services, 685.6661.  Sexually Transmitted Disease Clinic:  (H.I.V. information, counselling and test*  ing) Phone lor appointment in Qibsons  666-5600, Sechelt 665-5164.  Single * Pregnant? Call Ihe Health Unit  -686-5600  Prenatal Hoapltal Tour: phone St.  Marys Hospital switchboard to arrange  lor lour, 665-2224. Prenatal only.  Parent * Baby Drop-In gives parents an  opportunity to meel other parents and  discuss common concerns. The group  gathers every Tuesday Irom 1:15 to 3:30  pm al 494 S. Fletcher, Gibsons and in  Sechell al 5571 Inlet on Wednesdays  from 1-3:30 pm.  School Entry loostsr Clinics: A booster dose ot diphtheria, letanus snd pertussis Is Important for children entering  school Qibsons clinics - 866-5600;  Sechelt doles. 666-5164.  MONDAYS  Sunshins Cosst Splnnsrs A Weavers  Guild meets 1st Monday ol each month,  Sept. through June, St. John's Unltsd  Church, Davis Bay. For mors into; Lynn  Pakulak. 665-7355.  Rscovsry, Inc. offers a sell-help method  lo overcome the negstive feelings that  come from tear, anger, depression and  constant anxiety. 7 9 pm, The Wellness  Cenlre. Qibsons. Into: 666-6026.       30  TUESDAYS  "Living With Cancsr" Suppon Oroup  meets every other Tuesday, Kirkland  Cenlre, Davis Bay. 1 pm. Into 6656661  or 8866369.  WEDNESDAYS  Postpartum Depression Support  Oroup - Qibsons Health Unl, 1-2:30 pm  THURSDAYS  3Cs Weight Loss Support Oroup  meets afternoons 10:30-12:30pm, call  866-2692, and evenings 6306:00pm  csll 666-7159, at the United Church,  Glasslord Rd., Qibsons.  Birth Control Clinic, Cosst-Qarlbaldi  Hsslth UnH, 494 S. Fletcher, 7-9 pm.  Confidential service - everyone welcome.  No appointment needed. Into: 665-7770.  FRIDAYS  Breast Self-Exam Clinic: First Friday of  each monlh, 7:30-9 pm, Qibsons Heallh  Unit.  United Church Thrift Shop, 1-3 pm,  church basement, lane oil Trueman  Road.  monlhs, Fraser snid the program  offered 10 major workshops  addressing such core skills as  bookkeeping, planning, marketing, and human resources, and  softer skills such as lime management, stress managemenl,  motivation and leadership. The  workshop leaders, counsellors  and advisors involved in Ihis program all had hands-on experience running successful businesses.  This is the second time  Human Resources Canada  financially supported Ihis program by providing up to 70 per  egmont news  cent of the funding lo qualifying  businesses. The need for this  program was originally identified  by Sharon Anderchek, Manager-  Coordinator of Ihe Sunshine  Coasl Communily Futures Association (SCCFA).  The gala graduation event  will take place in Ihe new restaurant Keepers at 6 pm Monday,  June 27. "I expect Ihere will be  another program offered within  Ihe nexl 2 years," said Fraser.  Interested parties can leave  their name and number al Ihe  SCCFA at 885-2639 or 885-  1959.  by Maureen Parrott 883-9189  Doris Jackson has officially  passed along the running of  Egmont Thrift Store after some  10 years of dedicated sorting,  selling, cleaning up, shivering in  winter, sweltering in summer,  and listening to assorted tales of  woe.  Doris volunteered every  Wednesday and it's time to realize what she has been doing for  us, with some help but mostly  singlehanded.  She makes money for the  Community club. Often it's been  enough to cover insurance, so we  can use the hall for our various  purposes without a big cost. But  there's much more.  The thrift store with its Utile  coffee machine is a valuable  meeting spot and news-trading  centre for Egmonsters, and a  friendly contact for visitors. How  many boat travellers remember  us by the quiet, chatty upstairs  corner where they found that  extra sweater or book? It gives  us a wealth of Halloween costumes; a way to donate to our  community; and we've had a  chance to talk with Doris herself,  an observant down-to-earth person who doesn't mince her  words. "Thank you Doris!" from  the whole community.  Lynn Mees and Lisa Murphy  will be running Ihe thrifl shop for  a while. Drop by Ihe hall  Wednesday or Salurday afternoons; crafts will be available  during the summer along with  the usual goodies.  Welcome Back  Gunnar Gjerdin just relumed  from an Alaska cruise wilh his  sisler Harriet Pemberton.  Rumour has it he enjoyed cruising so much he might take off to  Ihe Mediterranean next year.  Sylvia and Paula Marques are  here to spend the summer at  North Lake with iheir grandparents, Shirley and Bill Hall.  Swappers' Workshop  "Let's Trade" is a network of  Sunshine Coast people who trade  products and services for 'coastal  dollars,' making their cash go  farther.  The advantage over barter is  lhal you don't need to look for  someone who wants whal you,  and also has what you want. For  instance, you might sell a garden  full of zucchini to half a dozen  people and use the proceeds for a  massage, fishing trip, or for part  payment on that special gift you  couldn't otherwise afford.  To find out more, come lo  Egmonl School at 7:30 pm  Wednesday (June 6). Refreshments will be served, but please  bring your own cup.  TRAIL BAY MALL MERCHANTS  SAND CASTLE COMPETITION  at DftflS BAY BEACH  Calling all  SAND CASTLES  Die Out your  SAND BUCKETS  tor ��ne  Ph  Join the  Register at Davis Bay Bead)  Sunday. July 10.12 noon to 2:30wn  Tr,  '*e$  ��^/et  wm Coast News, July 4, 1994  Pender  Harbour  Diesel  Co* Ltd*  Hw/. 101, Madeira Park  883-2616  Harbour  Insurance  from  John & Heather Foiward.  883-2794  Sealand  Marine  Freight Ltd*  Good luck to the Grads  of'94  883-2818  Water and  the Wind  Congratulations - Treasure  your uniqueness.  883-9911  Anton's  Motorshop  Madeira Paik  All the best.  883-2512  ���������������������-'  ���dhAaiaft  Garden Bay  Pub*  Restaurant  Congratulations Grads  883-2674  Garden Bay  Marine  Services Ltd.  Wishing you all the best.  883-2722  Rooscndal  Farms  Good luck to all our  grads.  883-9910  Mountainview  Service  Kleindale Rd.,  Pender Harbour  883-9327  Protedi Office  Supplies  883-3735  Pender  Harbour  Realty*  Staff  883-9525  Backeddy  Pub  Egmont Marina  All the best to the grads.  883-2298  John Henry's  Marina  From Cliff, Mary-Alice,  Kayla, Phylis, Vicki,  Christina, June,Viv, Mary,  Ivo & Theresa.  883-2253  Ray Hansen  Trucking*  Contracting  Ltd*  883-9222  Marina  Pharmacy  Best wishes from  everyone at  Marina Pharmacy.  883-2888  Pender  Harbour  Hotel  From Roy & Paula.  883-9013  CONGRATULATIONS  PENDER    HARBOUR    GRADS  Jade Christian  Brad Cotter  Krystal Craig  N. Cummings  Christine Fenn  Teresa Godkin  Gerald Gooldrup  Danielle Gough  Karl Nichols  .  Kim Mills  Tara Rolston  Chris Silvey  Michelle Stephens Kate Thompson  Also Graduated: Chad Bradcoe  Steve Wharton  Miss Sunny's  Hair  Boutique  Congratulations to the  Grads.  883-2715  Madeira  Machine  Shop  883-9113  Janitor's  Warehouse  Congratulations Grads '94  885-1967  Harbour  Publishing  883-2730  Egmont  Marina*  Resort  Best wishes to all the  Grads  883-2298  ���  \  ���%)  Bonnit Murray  Inc  Congratulations  883-2857  Health Centre  Wishing you all a healthy  happy future from the  board and staff.  883-2764  WG.  Sutherland  Sales & Service  Congratulations!  883-1119  Rob's Video  Good luck.  883-2988  Ruby Lake  Resort  Best Wishes Grads  883-2269  Francis's  Hamburger  Take-Out  Congratulations & best  wishes from Francis,  Willa, Elphie & Leah.  883-9655  Sunshine Clear  rwnpt it VlatMT  VMMMHt  Congratulations to the  Graduating Class  883-9793  886-0614  Royal  Canadian  Legion  Branch 112  Congratulations to the  Graduating Class  Harbour  Aquatic Fitness  Centre  Way to go grads!  883-2612  Pender  Harbour  Golf Course  All the best.  883-9541  Pender  Harbour  Restaurant  883-2413  Reflections  Hair Studio  Wishing you a  beautiful future.  883-2545  Bank of  Montreal  Madeira Park.  Congratulations from  Andy, Kim, Susan &  Sheila  883-2718  Jones*  WhHeley  Barristers & Solicitors  883-9525/885-4151  Gemini Marine  Services Ltd*  Congratulations to the  Grads of'94  883-9664  ________  ___j_____ It)  ( o.isl News,   Ink r|, I'I').|  ANNOUNCEMENT  Irom  S  Seaview Gardens  DUE TO STAFF SUMMER VACATION,  SEAVIEW GARDENS RESTAURANT  WILL BE CLOSED ,  /      \]      FOR THE MONTH OF JULY       Jfej  '$L     r   WE WILL RE-OPEN AGAIN ON    &_��^  N AUGUST 2nd, 1994 "*=  community  business notes  SELL  IT FAST IN  THE COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS!  Alter li monlhs of cllnrt.  twciily-livc CllllSl businesses  lllivc Graduated In"'] Ihe Federal  Business Development Blink's  (IHI)H) Husiiiess Management  I'logriim  "Rlllllllng ii successful business these days is becoming veiy  complex," said program advisor  Duncan Fraser. "In today's competitive enviionmenl, strengthening and developing new managerial skills and finding new levels  of confidence in dealing wilh  changing conditions are priorities  for all owners and managers."  Over  Ihe  course   of  six  Notice Board  Ongoing events must lw updiled monthly  Wc reserve the right u> cdil submissions for brevity  All submissiuas should refer In non-profit events  of genuine community interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior lo the event.  '��LmEcfKooMf��R  ll^d**  1  The Sunshine  Coast News  SATURDAY 4 SUNDAY, JULY 9*10  S.C. Ladlee' Fastball Tournament,  Brotheis Park Rallies, 50/50 draws, beer  garden.  SATURDAY, JULY t  Sacred Phrase and Dance Workehop,  2-5 pm, Roberls Creek Optional Potluck  Dances ol Universal Peace. 7-9 pm by  donation inlo: Alison, 885-5007  C.A.M.E.O. potluck supper, 6:30 pm.  Wilson Creek Hall. Davis Bay inlo: 886  3921 or885-5384  MONDAY, JULY 11  S.C. Breaetfeedlng Support Qroup  informal meeling ��� open discussion 10  am. All moms & babies welcome. Info:  Laurie. 8867900 or Roxanne. 8863230.  S.C. Resources Council annual general  meeting. 7:30 pm, SCRD boardroom,  Sechell. Eveiyone welcome Inlo: Harry  Almond. 8853484.  THURSDAY-SATURDAY, JULY 14-19  Dance Workshops with Paula Roaa.  Qibsons United Church Hall. Inlo: 686-  8044, 8862069  SATURDAY 1 SUNDAY, JULY 16 �� 17  Joint Giant Flee Markei sponsored by  Roberts Creek Legion '219 and the  Ladies' Auxiliary, 10 am-3 pm, R.C.  Communily Hall. Tables S15 one day;  $26 two days. Inlo Diana Gaudaur (afler  6) 885-3159: Jack Erdred (aller 6) 885.  3381  SATURDAY, JULY It  Sen Cavalcade Plrete Party. 9 pm-1 am.  Royal Canadian Legion, Gibsons. Music  by Night Moves. Door prizes and prizes  lor besl pirate costume No minora. No  host bar Admission by ticket only al Ihe  door. Tickets $10 al Molly's Reach and  throughout Ihe business communily.  SATURDAY A SUNDAY, JULY 23124  Sunehlne Coeet Equestrian Club's  Summer Horse Show; Saturday- Cattle  Penning & Gymkhana; Sunday- jumping.  Concession on site. Everyone welcome.  Joan 8863059  SATURDAY, JULY 23  SPCA Dlaplay, Trail Bay Mall.  MISCELLANEOUS  Kids Day Clubs lor ages 10-13,  Tuesdays, July 19-Aug 30. 9:30 am-3:30  pm. Bethel Baptist Church Register  ASAP: 6652454 or 8653919  Junior Youth Dey Clubs lw ages 10-13,  Thursdays. July 21 Aug. 25, 9:30 am-  3:30 j>m, Bethel Baptist Church. Register  ASAP: 865-2454 or 665-3919.  Exhibition by Vivien Chamberlin  (watercolours) and Ross Buchanan  (pottery), Ihrough July 6. Hunter Gallery,  Gibsons.  Video Series: Lite on tht Edge.  Preparing lor Ihe Challenges ol  Adulflwoa featuring Dr. James Oobson,  Christian Uie Assembly. 730 School Rd.,  Gibsons. Sunday nights: July to. 17 S  24, 7 pm Info: 686-7107  Prenstal Claeaee: Gibsons Health Unit  Lata Class Series July S, 12 k 19 wkh s  breastfeeding follow-up July 26. (Sechell  Health Unit) Early Class July 26. Next  Postnatal Class ��� June 28 (Sechelt).AII  above Prenatal Classes are Irom 7 lo t  pm. Please register early as dasses Ul  up quickly. To register: (Gibsons) 886-  5600. (Sechelt) 865.5164.  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum, 716  Winn Rd.. across Irom Post Ollice,  Qlbaona. A wide verlety of displays  profiling native, pioneering, marine and  mineral artilacls ol Ihe Coast Open 7  days a week, Mondays & Tuesdays, 1- 5  pm and Wednesday Ihrough Sunday, 9-  5:30 pm. Admission by donation. Call  8666232 lor more info.  Parent-Tot Drop-In: lor parenta with children up to 5.9:30-11 30 am al the lollowing locations: Gibsons United Church He*  (Mon., Tues.. Wed., Fri); Sechell St.  Hilda's Church Hal (Tues.); Wilson Creek  Communily Hell (Thurs.). Inlo:  Communily Services. 665-5661.  Sexually Tranamltted Dlseeee Clinic:  (H.I.V. information, counselling and test*  ing) Phone lor appointment In Gibsons  6665600. Sechell 6655164.  Single A Pregnant? Call Ihe Health Unit  - 866-5600  Prenetal Hoapltal Tour: phone SI.  Mary's Hospital switchboard to arrange  lor tour, 865-2224. Prenatal only.  Psrent A Baby Drop-In gives parents an  opportunity lo meet other parents and  discuss common concerns. The group  gathers every Tuesday from 1:15 lo 3:30  pm al 494 S. Fletcher, Gibsons and in  Sechell at 5571 Inlet on Wednesdaya  Irom 1-3:30 pm.  School Entry Booster Cllntcc: A boost*  er dose ol diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis Is Important lor children entering  achool. Gibsons clinics - 666-5600;  Sechelt clinics- 685-5164.  MONDAYS  Sunehlne Cosst Spinners A Wsavsrs  Guild meels 1st Monday ol each month,  Sept. through June, Sl. John's United  Church, Davis Bay. For more Inlo: Lynn  Pakulak. 6657355  Recovery, Inc. offers a sell-help method  lo overcome Ihe negative leelings thai  come Irom tear, anger, depression snd  constant anxiety. 7-9 pm. The Wellness  Cenlre. Gibsons. Inlo: 886 8028        30  TUESDAYS  "Living With Cencer" Suppon Group  meets every other Tuesday, Kirkland  Centre, Davis Bay, 1 pm. Ink) 8655861  or 8866369.  WEDNESDAYS  Postpartum Depression Support  Group. Gibsons Heallh Unit, 1-2:30 pm  THURSDAYS  3C'e Weight Loss Support Oroup  meets afternoons 10:30-I2:30pm, call  986-2692, and evenlnga 6:30-8 00pm  call 988.7159. at the United Church,  Glasslord fld., Gibsons.  Birth Control Clinic, CoaslGarlbaldl  Health Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. 7-9 pm.  Confidential service ��� everyone welcome.  No appointmenl needed. Info: 865-7770.  FRIDAYS  Breeet Sell-Exam Clink: Firsl Friday ol  each month, 7:30-9 pm. Gibsons Health  UnH.  United Church Thrift Shop, 1-3 pm,  church basement, lane oil Trueman  monlhs, Fraser said Ihe program  offered II) major workshops  addressing such core skills as  bookkeeping, planning, marketing, and human resources, and  softer skills such as time management, stress management,  motivation and leadership. The  workshop leaders, counsellors  and advisors involved in this program all had hands-on experience running successful businesses.  This is Ihe second lime  Human Resources Canada  financially supported this program by providing up to 70 per  egmont news  cent of the funding to qualifying  businesses. The need for this  program was originally identified  by Sharon Anderchek, Manager-  Coordinatot of Ihe Sunshine  Coasl Communily Futures Association (SCCFA).  The gala graduation evenl  will lake place in the new restaurant Keepers al 6 pm Monday,  June 27. "I expect there will be  another program offered within  the nexl 2 years," said Fraser.  Interested parties can leave  Iheir name and number al Ihe  SCCFA al 885-2639 or 885-  1959.  by Maureen Parrot! 883-9189  Doris Jackson has officially  passed along the running of  Egmont Thrift Store after some  10 years of dedicated sorting,  selling, cleaning up, shivering in  winter, sweltering in summer,  and listening to assorted tales of  woe.  Doris volunteered every  Wednesday and it's time lo realize what she has been doing for  us, with some help bul mostly  singlehanded.  She makes money for the  Community club. Often it's been  enough to cover insurance, so we  can use the hall for our various  purposes without a big cost. Bul  there's much more.  The thrift store with ils little  coffee machine is a valuable  meeling spot and news-trading  centre for Egmonsters, and a  friendly contact for visitors. How  many boat travellers remember  us by the quiet, chatty upstairs  corner where they found that  extra sweater or book? It gives  us a wealth of Halloween costumes; a way to donate to our  community; and we've had a  chance to talk with Doris herself,  an observant down-to-earth person who doesn't mince her  words. "Thank you Doris!" from  the whole communily.  Lynn Mees and Lisa Murphy  will be running the thrift shop for  a while. Drop by the hall  Wednesday or Saturday afternoons; crafts will be available  during the summer along with  the usual goodies.  Welcome Back  Gunnar Gjerdin just returned  from an Alaska cruise with his  sister Harriet Pemberton.  Rumour has it he enjoyed cruising so much he might take off to  the Mediterranean next year.  Sylvia and Paula Marques are  here to spend the summer at  North Lake with their grandparents, Shirley and Bill Hall.  Swappers' Workshop  "Let's Trade" is a network of  Sunshine Coast people who trade  products and services for 'coastal  dollars,' making their cash go  farther.  The advantage over barter is  that you don't need to look for  someone who wants what you,  and also has what you want. For  instance, you might sell a garden  full of zucchini to half a dozen  people and use the proceeds for a  massage, fishing trip, or for part  payment on lhat special gift you  couldn't otherwise afford.  To find out more, come to  Egmont School al 7:30 pm  Wednesday (June 6). Refreshments will be served, bul please  bring your own cup.  ff  TRAIL BAY MALL MERCHANTS  SAND CASTLE COMPETITION  at DAWS BAY BEACH  Calling all  SAND CASTLES  Oifi Out your  SAND BUCKETS  tor ��*e  Join the Fun!  Register at Davis Bay Beach  Sunday. July 10.12 noon to 2:30poi  t>ti  *v,  '*es  ��^et  Mi  am^M  iMi  ______* Coast News, July 4, 1994  Pender  Harbour  Diesel  Co* Ltd.  Hw/. 101, Madeira Park  883-2616  Harbour  Insurance  from  John & Heather Forward.  883-2794  Sealand  Marine  Freight Ltd.  Good luck to the Grads  of'94  883-2818  Water and  the Wind  Congratulations - Treasure  your uniqueness.  883-9911  Anton's  Motorshop  Madeira Park  All the best.  883-2512  ���  I'ltili-  "v"*L'"  Garden Bay  Pub*  Restaurant  Congratulations Grads  883-2674  Garden Bay  Marine  Services Ltd.  Wishing you all the best.  883-2722  Roosendal  Farms  Good luck to all our  grads.  883-9910  Rob's Video  Good luck.  883-2988  Francis's  Hamburger  Take-Out  Congratulations & best  wishes from Francis,  Willa, Elphie & Leah.  883-9655  Mountainview  Service  Kleindale Rd.,  Pender Harbour  883-9327  Protech Office  Supplies  885-3735  Pender  Harbour  Realty &  Staff  883-9525  Backeddy  Pub  Egmont Marina  All the best to the grads.  883-2298  John Henry's  Marina  From Cliff, Mary-Alice,  Kayla, Phylis, Vicki,  Christina, June,Viv, Mary,  Ivo & Theresa.  883-2253  Ray Hansen  Trucking it  Contracting  Ltd.  883-9222  Marina  Pharmacy  Best wishes from  everyone at  Marina Pharmacy.  883-2888  Pender  Harbour  Hotel  From Roy & Paula.  883-9013  CONGRATULATIONS  PENDER    HARBOUR    GRADS  Chris Boutris  Jade Christian  Brad Cotter  Krystal Craig  N. Cummlngs  Christine Fenn  Teresa God kin  Gerald Gooldrup  .. ������ . ���-,;.  ������ I I  Danielle Gough  Kristen Howe  Karl Nichols  Louis Nichols  Kim Mills  Tara Rolston  Chris Silvey  Michelle Stephens Kate Thompson  Also Graduated: Chad Bradcoe  Steve Wharton  Ruby Lake  Resort  Best Wishes Grads  883-2269  Sunshine Clear  rumps 4 Wstcr  treatment  Congratulations to the  Graduating Class  883-9793  886-0614  Royal  Canadian  Lesion  Branch 112  Congratulations to the  Graduating Class  Pender  Harbour  Aquatic Fitness  Centre  Way to go grads!  883-2612  Pender  Harbour  Golf Course  All the best.  883-9541  Pender  Harbour  Restaurant  883-2413  Reflections  Hair Studio  Wishing you a  beautiful future.  883-2545  Bank of  Montreal  Madeira Park.  Congratulations from  Andy, Kim, Susan &  Sheila  883-2718  Miss Sunny's  Hair  Boutique  Congratulations to the  Grads.  883-2715  Madeira  Machine  Shop  883-9113  Janitor's  Warehouse  Congratulations Grads '94  885-1967  Harbour  Publishing  883-2730  Esmont  Marina &  Resort  Best wishes to all the  Grads  883-2298  Bonnie Miurav  Inc.  Congratulations  883-2857  Health Centre  Wishing you all a healthy  happy future from the  board and staff.  883-2764  WIG.  Sutherland  Sales & Service  Congratulations!  883-1119  Jones ft  WhHeley  Barristers & Solicitors  883-9525/885-4151  Gemini Marine  Services Ltd.  Congratulations to the  Grads of'94  883-9664  I  ____  -m-e-m- 12  Coast News, luly 4, 1994  community  Pender students earn awards  by Roxanne Gregory  More than 300 parents and  friends packed the gym at Pender  Harbour Senior Secondary Tuesday nighl for one of Ihe largest  student awards programs ever  held there.  Principal Dave Wilt, trustee  Liz Kool, and district treasurer  Tim Anderson, along wilh members of Ihe community, presented  more than 320 awards lo deserving students.  For the third year in a row, the  Pender Harbour Counter Attack  Team   won the ICBC Gold  Now available  VITOL - 27  Herbal Prink  OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK  VARIETY  FOODS  PI   ltd , C.ihsons I  886-2936  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  resume her practise in the autumn  (announcement to follow).  Dr. Rochon can be reached by her patients  regarding urgent matters at her home  phone, or for consultation at 885-3150  Appointments for new patients can be  booked at this number 885-3150.  Thank-you for your understanding.  Award for recognition for their  outstanding contribution to traffic safety in Pender Harbour. The  team received a cheque for $500,  and sponsoring teacher Dave  Gibsons, praised the 24 member  team who are drawn from all  grades.  Hard work paid off for grade  12 student Brad Cotter. Cotter  who will receive $800 in the  Passport lo Excellence program,  also took the Governor-General's Award for Academic Excellence, and the Al. Thompson  Award. He also won the Science  Book Award, among others. Cotter was among the 30 winners of  the Honour Roll Gold Medal  award for 5 terms. Rachel Forbes  won the Special Academic  Achievement award for grade 7.  Jenny Bisson-Montpetit did the  same for grade 8, while Scarlet  Hunt was overall winner in grade  9. Kelly Williamson and Sarah  Malcolm took the top grides  awards for juniors and seniors.  Passport to Education winners  included eight grade 9 students,  eight grade 10 students, and five  The Pender Harbour Counter Attack team wins the ICBC Gold Award for the third year in a row,  presented at the end of year awards presentation. The award includes a cheque for $500, which goes  toward the team's prevention activities In the fall. Roxanne Gregory pholo  grade 11 studenls. Grade 12 winners included Jade Christian,  Teresa Godkin,, Danielle Gough,  Kate Thompson, Gerry Gooldrup  and Kristen Howe.  The Prescesky Fine Arts  Junior Awards went to Shannon  Gibson for performing arts, and  the senior awards in performing  and visual arts were won by Jade  Christian and Kelly Williamson.  The Merle Hately Award for  all round excellence in a graduating student was received by  Danielle Gough, and Teresa  Godkin took the Thompson  School Spirit Award. Dave Wilt  presented the Student Council  Gavel award to (Crystal Craig.  Forty eight students received  recognition in the Top of Subject  Awards for students who  obtained the highest average in a  subject, generally an "A."  by Frank Roosen 883-2920  Mid-summer Festival  Yes, it is starting to take shape  and will be held on Salurday  Aug. 6 starling off with a Pancake Breakfast at 8 am.  For those artists and crafts  people concerned about an early  morning 'set-up', arrangements  can be made lo set up the  evening before.  Please phone Dianne or Dennis at 883-2286 or the above  mentioned Frank. We have  received one complaint aboul Ihe  cancellation of the Cattle Auction bul lhat was from a 'buyer',  nol a 'seller.'  However, we did find an outfit that is overstocked on beer so  (here will be a modest beer gar-  IgB  fortne  21st Century  BCFenies  Builds for ���'  the Future  BC Ferries and BC 21 have embarked on a major ten-year  capital plan aimed at providing better service, and investing in  the future of British Columbia.  It features a new mid-Vancouver Island terminal, fast  vehicle and passenger ferries for the Nanaimo-Horseshoe Bay  route, new ferries to replace the aging Queen of Prince Rupert  and Queen of Sidney, and terminal upgrades at Tsawwassen,  Swartz Bay, Horseshoe Bay and Departure Bay.  The program is a key part of the provincial government's  economic strategy, which i.s based on the premise that new-  transportation links and infrastructures will lead to new opportunities for growth and prosperity.  Short-term benefits include revitalized shipyards. In the  long term, investing in B.C. today will help the private sector  create jobs for tomorrow.  For more information write to: BC Ferries Capital Plan,  1112 Fort Street, Victoria, British Columbia V8V 4V2.  ��3 BCFGRRIGS  Glen Clark, Minister Responsible  for BC Ferries.  den and we mean 'modest.' Anyone seen drinking the stuff outside the ring will be confiscated,  as well as the beer!  We are still looking for more  artists, musicians, crofters, farmers, fishermen and laymen to  make Ihis day the biggest event  west of Roberts Creek.  GRIPS  The garbage recycling depot  al ihe fool of Misery Mile will  now have a summer student in  attendance by the name of Kim  Struthers (congratulations Kim)  and with Ihis addition new summer hours are effective as of  now, open from Wednesday to  Sunday from 9:30 til 4:30.  PHSS  Congratulations to the stu  dents that attended faithfully the  voluntary classes on "Drinking  and Driving." This is the third  year in a row that this high  school has won ihe gold awards  from ICBC. This award comes  with a $500 cheque. This money  is used to bring in speakers and  shows about the problem in question. Nice going.  Baseball players  If you have any interest in  playing some recreational,  mixed, adult softball this summer  you can sign up al ihe Oak Tree  Markei Bulletin Board or Reflections Hair Studio. Call Val Inge-  brigtaen at 883-2545 or Bob  Forsyth at 883-2823.  Black bears  We've been seeing this huge  black bear around here for quite  some time. Yesterday she came  parading by here with two of the  smallest cubs we've ever seen  and they apparently had no trouble al all lo cross the river. They  were no bigger than Ihe smallest  dogs.  May Day 50th  The May Day Committee is  planning for Ihe greatest May  Day next year, their 50th in a  row. A meeting will be held this  Sunday July 10 at 2 pm in Ihe  Communily Hall.  Anyone with pictures of past  May Queens, parades and games  or stories could you please attend  ihis meeling or conlact Gail  Paton al 883-2770 or Mary Cain  al883-9103.  I moil  Mother Tongue band brings own  unique style to the Sunshine Coast  In the midst of a 21-stop  Western Canadian Tour, the  Sunshine Coast welcomes lo the  Roberts Creek Hall, July 8,  1994, Mother Tongue's soulful  rhythms and funky dance tracks.  Often referred to as a world  beat act; Mother Tongue's  music is just as much contempo  rary Canadian as it is global.  Pulling from Ethiopian and  Caribbean pop, soukous and  "Toasting" in the Ethiopian language of Amharic, Ihe result is  what's on the edge of today's  Canadian music scene.  Winning the 1993 Juno  Award for world Music height-  ft��U & TUvi/k, L VxcUwc  <f0^   Unisex Hair Design  r        Gel & Acrylic Nails  W Brenda'* Cuts V Curls'  open Mon-Sat 9-5  851 Highway 101. Gibsons  *  886-4805  ened Mother Tongue's recognition as Canada's foremost touring worldbeat act. On this latest  tour, which pulls into Roberts  Creek next week, Mother  Tongue will be joined on the  stage by the Coast's new youth  music force: DreamSeed.  Runners-up in the recenl  Youth Action Battle of ihe  Bands, DreamSeed will complement the evening with their  mature fusion of alternative rock  and funk.  Limited tickets are available  for this special presentation for  $10, at Roberts Creek Store,  Scon's Music, Max Music,  Coast Books, and Nancy's  Organic Fruit Stand. This event  is presented by Youth Action.  Doors: 7 pm, first band: 8 pm,  all ages welcome.  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) Coast News, July 4, 1994  13  sports  ponder golf news  Monday Twilight 5 Iron and Putter  Low Gross - 1st: Moni Langham and  Hugh Maginnis; 2nd: Ev Tapio and George  Grout; 3rd: Joan Maginnis and Marty M.  Low Net Winners - 1st: Helen Garnetl and  Dutch Haddon; 2nd: Shirley Grout and Tom  Held; 3rd: Marj Harbord and Eldy Gandy.  KP #6: Ben Dlin; Hoop: Beth Mulnern.  Most honest score: Pat Mitchell and Mike  Thompson. Most honest holes: Lou Donald,  Bea McFarlane, Cathy Mcquilty.  Men's Day, June 28  Fifty-two men played straight golf with  two low gross prizes and the balance at low  net. 1st low gross: George Langham; 2nd  low gross: Rick Metcalfe. 1st low net: Bill  Jack; 2nd: Ray Wareham; 3rd: Ted  Dobrindt; 4th: Wib Slater; 5th: Wilf Crowe  and Ken Senior; 6th: Ernie Holloway; 7th:  Pete Waycolt and Gord Hall. KP #3: George  Langham; #6: Wib Slater.  Ladies Day, June 30  1st: Pat Mitchell; 2nd: Marj West, Marge  Gandy, Mavis Schindle, Ruth Norman,  Shirley Grout, Cheryle Jensen; 3rd Cathy  McQuitty, Joyce Reid and Wendy Haddock.  I heard via the golf grapevine lhat Carol  Reid broke 100, nicely done Carol, oh yes in  closing 1 would like to tell La Verne to watch  her step.  GIBSONS  CHRISTIAN BOOKS  2A-747 NORTH RD.,  GIBSONS  Store Hours:  Mon.-Sat. 11-5  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 simmer  listening needs  New line of giftware  has just arrived  Come in & browse  Coursing through a ribbon cutting  Mayor Earl Basse, centre, decked out in Celebration Days attire, cuts the official ribbon to open  the back nine holes at the Sechelt Golf and Country Club, making the course the only current 18-  hole course on the Sunshine Coast. A memorial to former Sechelt Mayor Bud Koch was  commemorated on the same occasion. Joel Johnstone photo  district of ��>ctl)dt  P.O. Box 129,5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0 Telephone (604) 885-1966 Fax: (604) 885-7591  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.  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.  Hc~om~miftee"Meet ing Dates "  July 1994  Public Works/Engineering CommlttM  Thursday, July 7th, 1994 at 2:30 pm, to  be followed by the Parks, Recreation and  Arena Committee  Finance and Corporate Service*  Committee  Wednesday, July 13th at 2:00 pm  Planning Committee  Tuesday, July 26th at 1:30 pm, to be  followed by the Environment Committee  Community Liaison Committee  Wednesday, July 27th at 2:30 pm, to be  followed by the Economic Development  Committee  Clip 'n' Save^t-  IO  Nine new holes geared  to challenge Coast golfers  from page 1 wilh several, Reeves said, such as  "It's not a major or pertinent      the 12th hole, lying at S2S yards  part of the park," said club mem'  ber Barrie Reeves of the Cliff  Gilker land acquisition.  While the lease hasn't been  formally completed, Johnson said  "the paper work has all been  done."  In total, the second nine holes  will   incorporate  aboul 75 acres of    ������������������  land (SS acres is of  land purchased  from MacBlo and  Ihe rest is park  land). ���   The new nine-  holes will stretch ~"���~  across between the  park boundaries and the BC  Hydro right-of-way strip and fan  oul down the south side of the  park.  The second nine holes will be  an enjoyable play, Reeves said,  pointing at a map detailing the  back nine.  The tenth and 18th holes are  located between Clack and  Roberts Creeks and the 1 Ith and  17th holes are between Roberts  Creek and the Roberts Creek  Sunshine Coat Forest District  access road.  Holes 12 to 16 are south of  Ihe logging road.  Some of Ihe new holes will  provide distinct challenges and  long-ball hitters will be delighted  'We're quite  excited about it'  Harryjohnson  and par five.      "This isn't built for champi-  onships-not that one couldn't be  held-lt's going to be a member  course," Reeves said, explaining  it won't be considered a really  tough course though it will have  a par of 71. "It'll be a lot of fun."  The 18th hole       will be a devilish  end to the course.  The men's tee-box  is located south of  Roberts Creek  (women's     just   north) and it is 400  ���~~"~ yards to the green.  However, the  arched shape of the fairway and  the approach to the green, over  Clack Creek, will make for a fun  grand finale to 18-holes.  "It should be a challenge,"  Reeves grinned.  As long as plans proceed  smoothly, conslruction of the  back nine could begin this winter.  "Assuming we can get our  finances in order and if the  weather cooperates with us," the  course should be open for play  by July '96, Johnson said.  The upgraded course will also  mean more jobs at the club, likely doubling its current staffing  levels of 12, during the summer  monlhs.  "We're quite excited about it,"  Johnson said of the project.  .  The Sunshine Coast Golf arid  Country Club course opened  June 1,1969, with a membership  of 285.  GREAT  GOLF  18 holes at the Sechelt Golf  & Country Qub are now  open for your golfing  enjoyment.  HOURS: 6:00 a.m. to dusk  GREENS FEES: 18 holes;  $28 wkdays, $32 wkends  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, dub repair  See you there!  885-4653  Every day public play.  B.C.Hydro is experiencing  a labour disruption.  While we're working to resolve the current labour dispute,  B.C.Hydro will maintain essential services. However,  there may be delays in repair and establishing new service.  We are sorry for any inconvenience that this dispute  may cause and we will endeavor to minimize any disrup  tion in service.  BG hydro  VQUS SILL  NNONT ARRIVE  m i  bargains!  COUNTRYWIDE  Best Value1 Best Selection' Best Quality' Best Seivice  5605 Sunshine Coast Hwy., Sechelt ��� 885-5756  ���*_______' ���-;*��������  _____s~,  *}���" " '.tft>er***m 14  Coast News, July 4, 1994  The  Coast  News:  The Sunshine  Coast's  first choice  for news, sports  & entertainment  coverage!  PENDER HAR30UR        ^^  FIRE PROTECTION DISTRICT  BURNING PERMITS  April 15 to October 31,1994  *\  Available at: Oak Tree Market  AAadeira Park 883-2411  Cliff Orr  John Henry's Store  Garden Bay 883-2253  Denny Bowen  Fire Marshal  I Hunsche  Fire Chief  ephemera  Trail date set in Tibbs murder  Gibsons resident Carrie Savoy will appear in BC  Supreme Court, March 20, 1994, for the first day in  whal is scheduled lo be a month-long trial by judge  and jury in the death of an elderly Earl's Cove resident.  Savoy, 43, of Gibsons, was arrested and charged  with the second degree murder of 86-year-old  Harold Tibb last October by local RCMP after  months of police investigation.  Tibb's body was discovered on a logging road  west of Sechell in late May, 1992. Tibb had been  reported missing for two weeks prior to the grisly  discovery.  Savoy, a licences nurse and former employee of  St. Mary's Hospital in Sechelt, was placed on indefinite suspension without pay from her nursing duties  by hospital administration at the time of the police  investigation.  The Supreme Court trial is scheduled lo wrap-up  April 25. Jury selection will take place March 2.  A publication ban on evidence released al  Savoy's preliminary hearing ��� which concluded in  Sechelt Provincial Court lasl monlh ��� prohibits any  information from being published.  jjtgtrid of _____\t\_   P 0B�� 129,5645 Wjjjjmjjdg BCVON WO T^aphon. (604) BBS-1 BBg Fi> (604) 885-7591  NOTICE OF  PUBLIC HEARING  TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the District of  Sechelt has received applications to amend Zoning  Bylaw 25, 1987, by rezoning the properties  described below:  Sublect 1: Zoning Amendment Bvliw No 25-63.  UM ind Officii! Community Plan Bylaw No. 22-  30.1893  Lot A, Blocks 4 and 5, District Lot 1029 NWD, Plan  10748 located at Highway 101 and Field Road and  identified on the map attached as 'Schedule A' to  Bylaw No. 25-63, 1993 is proposed for rezoning  from Industrial 3 (I-3) (min. lot size - 1.75 ha) to  Commercial 2 (C-2) (min. lot size - 550m2) which will  provide commercial and multi-family residential  development potential.  TT  Y^~*  3fif , ..miC  Sublwt 8; Zoning Amindmint Byliw No. 25-85.  1994  Remainder of Block 18, District Lot 1028 NWD, Plan  4682 located on Ward Court and identified on the  map attached as 'Schedule A' to Bylaw No. 25-85,  1994 is proposed for rezoning from Residential 3 (R-  3) (min. lot size 900 m*) to commercial 2 (C-2) (min.  lot size 550 m2) which will permit the existing garden  nursery.  Subject 4: Zoning ________& Bvliw No. 25-83.  1994  Part of Lot 24, District Lot 1310 NWD, Plan 15634  located at Lynnwood Court and Lot 1, District Lot  1310 NWD, Plan 17288 located at Creekside Place  and identified on the maps attached as 'Schedule A'  and 'Schedule B' to Bylaw No. 25-83,1994 is  proposed for rezoning from Residential 3 (R-3) (min.  lot size 900 m2) to Park, Recreation, qfld Assembly  1 (PA-1) (min. lot size 900 m1) - which'will allow the  creation of two parks.  t  cmomtuo  *    "     XI  W\  ��� S_\ahee     j  ffm-n 1  IH 1  ..  \  r  ���1  1  GUN C.tB ��O*0  \  S  1, I  N  aw nji��     1    c  .  G  \  1 -  ���an  HJM  *  1*71  II  n  i  1  f  ���  n  i  IIM*  I  - 1  r         v* .Mi  3  .  --J  f.  -  -  Suhfect 2: Zoning Amendment Bvlaw No. 25-64.  1983 ind OHIelil Community Plm Bvliw No. 22 -  _______  Lot B, Blocks 4 and 5, District Lot 1029 NWD, Plan  10748; Block 8, District Lot 1029 NWD, Plan 18896;  Parcel B, District Lot 1029 NWD, Explanatory Plan  2952 located at Highway 101 and Field Road and  identified on the map attached as 'ScheduleA' to  Bylaw No. 25-64, 1993 is proposed for rezoning  from Industrial 3 (I-3) (min. lot size -1.75 ha) to  Residential 4 (R-4) (min. lot size -1000 m2) - which  will provide multi-family residential development  potential.  1  x  MM  u  /  M  1  ��  to  n  me*  IJ  M  SuMifl 8; Zoning Amtndnwnt Bvliw No. HH  Lot 43, District Lot 1473 NYD, Plan 3659 located on  Highmoor Road and identified on the map attached  as Schedule A' to Bylaw No. 25-84, 1994 is  proposed for rezoning from Rural 1 (RR-1) (min. lot  size 0.67 ha) to Residential 3 (R-3) (min. lot size  900 m:) - which will provide development and  subdivision potential.  SuMtct 3; Zoning Amtnrimmt Ryliw No, ?IHM  District Lot 4301 NWD, except Plan 13391 located  at Oracle Road and Nickerson Road and identfied  on the map attached as 'Schedule A' to Bylaw No  25-80, 1994 is proposed for rezoning from Rural 1  (RR-1) (min. lot size 0.67 ha) to Residential 1 (R-1)  (min. lot size 500 m' with sewer) - which will provide  development and subdivision potential.  ��m��xm      am  H  4]  11.0 HA  1?  M  M  ���  H  ��  ������  f"**!,���'..,  TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that a Public Hearing for  the purpose of hearing all persons who believe their  interest in property is affected by the proposed  bylaws Is scheduled as follows:  Date: Tuesday, July 12th, 1994  Time: 7:00pm  Place: Senior Citizen's Hall Association of BC Hall  5604 Trail Ave., Sechelt, B.C.  Written submissions regarding the proposed bylaws  will also be received and may be presented at the  Public Hearing or received at the District of Sechelt  Municipal Hall, 5545 Inlet Avenue, Sechelt, BC, VON  3A0, (facsimile number - 885-7591) forty-eight hours  prior to the hearing. No further information or  representations can be considered by Council afler  the Public Hearing is terminated.  The above is a brief summary ind intent of the  bylaws and not an interpretation. The full text of the  bylaws may be inspected at the District of Sechelt  Municipal Hall, during regular office hours, Monday  through Friday, excepting holidays, 8 am to 5 pm.  Telephone enquiries should be directed to the  Planning Department of the District of Sechelt at  885-1986.  Michael P. Vaughan  Municipal Clerk  on behalf of the District of Sechelt  remember when  5 YEARS AGO  The Foreshore Advisory  Task Force agreed lhat Ihe magnitude of necessaiy revisions lo  the Sechelt Inlet's Coastal Strategy final draft would require a  further public meeting before  they recommended acceptance  of the plan.  10 YEARS AGO  Former Conservative prime  minister Joe Clark flew inlo  Porpoise Bay last week by way  of Tyee air on Ihe first slop of  pre-election Western swing on  behalf of his party. He was  greeted in Sechelt by a full  house of apparently enthusiastic  supporters in the Sechell Indian  Band Hall.  After waiting since May IS,  the day former Minister of Indian Affairs John Munro  promised he would table  enabling legislation in the  House of Commons and didn't,  the Sechelt Indian Band is basically disappointed with the "Act  relating to self-government for  Indian Nations" which was  given first reading in Ihe house  last Thursday.  Approximately 40 residents  were on hand last Friday to support the Sunshine Coast Peace  Committee in re-erecting the  Nuclear Free Zone sign at the  Langdale Ferry terminal.  15 YEARS AGO  Environment and Land Use  chairman Rate Mair says there  will be oo more public hearings  on the controversial Cheekye-  Dunsmuir hydro line despite  continuing local protests.  Trustees of School District  Number 46 vole unanimously to  ban the use of herbicides in  local schoolyards.  25 YEARS AGO  Peter and Gertrude Edmonds  of Hall Road, Roberts Creek  celebrate their SOth anniversary.  More than 40 of their SO married years have been spent on  the Sunshine Coast.  35 YEARS AGO  Pender Harbour is the rendezvous point for a group of 11  outboard motor enthusiasts  enroute from Seattle to Alaska.  Sechelt's Bethel Baptist  Church was dedicated in a  beautiful ceremony on Sunday,  June 28.  45 YEARS AGO  Voters of Coast Capilano  sweep James Sinclair back inlo  office as they turn out in record  numbers.  The swing to the Liberals in  national voting is reflected in  BCwilh 11 of the 18 federal  seats going to the governing  party.  KIDS'  COMPUTER CAMP  Limited space ��� 7 students per class  Call Now to Register! 885-3386  / siNSHiraeoAsr  (WflTOUWiEGtiy.  SBUAKhUftm  Attnoitgd&siiiiniM  Accttsmte       DmBcses  I'ttTttt .WiAnli  Mm/Pro-rumx Knnxrint  Rmplnvmcni Skill Tesami atailaWc  BRIAN AHLSTEN  1.0 years of award  winning experience  COASTWIDE  REALTY  885-0505  ' / -i -i r r r r i -a .a .t .1 . Coast News, July 4, 1994  lnilublri.il     AUTOMOTIVE       Marine  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  MoivFri, 6*6  S.n.B-6, Sun. !(>���  f S. MADILL CONTRACTING  All typei ol concrete work.  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Gibiom, BC VON IVO OOQ-4743,/  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  MiitwRipiiir" '��� io��'fcT��dJ�� 883*2266 J  Reo Contracting  DRYWALL, VINYL & CEDAR SIDING  Fiee Estimates ��� Robert (Bob) Osbom  R.H2, S-9.C-17 Gibsons, BCVON IVO  Ph: 886-9531  SAVI ON OUILDINO COSTS  with PROFESSIONAL CONTRACTING  Building qualily residential homes since 1957  call Harry Swanson MX. for FREE consultation  885-6281 or 1-733-0725 (collect)  EXCAVATING  W.D. EXCAVATING  SoniS. u  MARTY 886-9764  * Ctl 220-1526  CENTURY ROCK  KOCKNAUS       FACMfil  Mins muriBo   885-9910  OS")        Located in Secret Cove  w   '        M5-7SM  IS*  buccaneer  Marina k Resort Ltd.  *��i  w 0_*e '  (?������       *5*��^     886-0057^\  FastracBACKHOE it  TRUCKING SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DHAINAGE DITCHES  ���EXCAVATIONS CAT41S 4X4  IS?"   STEVE JONES   8864269  sssm  . 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(iibsons j  Swanson's   RRMdy-MlxLtd.  3 Batch Plants on the Sunshine Coast  Gibsons ��� Sechelt ��� Pender Harbour  Box 172, {417 Burnet Rd., Sechell, B.C.VON 3A0  XCMTING  ��� Land Clearing & Development  ��� Excavating ��� Trucking  ��� Subdivisions  Serving the  Cout  for 12 years  Our Customer Service is  prompt wilh prolessional  work at competitive rates  ^ Ken Bllidn-885-7487-C118864177  MECHANICAL SERVICES   [CLEAR  Pumps * Water Treatment  'StniMMCoflMHKMfctaMsnltal  Pima and Water Treatment Needs  Call 883-9793 or 886-0614  H.  ENTERPRISES  HOME IMPROVEMENTS  MOSILE WELOINO ANO FABRICATING ��� MECHANICAL REPAIR)   STEEL -STAINLESS ��� ALUMINUM   ureetmTnt KwnT.iumf woccMnucnoNMnniMt  ONIMMMMMCOUI  HOWARDLANO u,,n. **!_-.   I  juwDTO miwi       880-3231 sanity  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  ���se l>  SBPi^'imy  QUALITY RENOVATIONS CABINETS  INTERIOR FINISH  Bob Scabs 885-9285  (    G.M.S.  Excavating  I    Gunnar Christiansen  u ���-  cem-esT-eoM secrnm  Qlbaona, BC VON IVO  "\/ Thank You N  to our valued readers. Businesses  appreciate it when you tell litem  you Tound them in  \J\^   The Coast News    v  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  ,  r    ��� - 16  Coast News, July 4, 1994  Take Advantage of our New Classified Ad Special  Rttrt your- classified atil 6 times  arid pay for- only 2 times!   Coast News (Monday  Classified Deadline:  FRIDAY AT NOON  mmmm GibSOflS &  ���* Sechelt Offices  Homes &  Property  c yi old 3 uoim, j Dam, large mc.  loom in basement, linished. 866  Oceanmount Blvd. Foi appt.  phone 886-3726 ��9w  A retirement delight. Immac.  almost new, extremely blight sgl.  Ivl. 1 owner home, bordering  putting green. Features ceramic  tile entrance, gracious living aiea.  Completely landscaped, fenced  backyard w/palio, cedar garden  shed, 2 bdrms, w/ln closets, sky-  lights. Rec. centre on site,  w/games rm, hot lub, dry sauna,  showers and fitness equipment  Price $183,900. Possession date  *ug. 31/94 (flexible) Serious con-  cerns only. 886-2211 For viewing :  Noithwoods #10,820 Kiwanis Way  ���29*  Sunshine Coasl properly wanted,  must be reasonable. 681-7429 oi  6835544 ��9w  Qibsons. Viewl View! View!  Rancher with everything including  new legal sell contained suite Professionally landscaped No agents  please. Tel 886-4639       ��29w  This is a little gem lor the discriminating buyer 1200 sq. It.. 4 yis.  sophisticated adult house, close to  village Charming living room, fireplace welcomes. Sun-filled kilchen,  breakfast aiea opens onto s/f palio  S garden. 2 lull balhs, master  ensuite. Big studio {easily 2 bdrms  again!) Sky/It, extra big windows.  Matuie artistic landscaping, dog  tun and kennel. Appliances. No  agents $174,900. Call 885-6010  lo view. ss  1.   Homes &  Property  $121,000. Ocean view. 2 bdim,  piivate lenced gaiden, airtight  woodstove insert, Seima Paik.  685-0219. NO AGENTS PLEASE  ��29c  SARGEANT BAY WATER VIEW  .44 ACRE  Sought after location. Piivate cul-  de-sac. Close lo school, paik,  beach & transportation Level  entry, 1-649-7077 (long wkend  only) oi 1-984-8689 #29c  Seima Paik, 2 bdim mobile.  $16500000.886-7245        ��29c  OMyWWTt  I85-M3S  Roberts Creek 1/2 acie lol. Serviced, lully Heed. Krause Road oil  Mailene. 885-8280 ��29c  SECHELT TOWNHOUSE  #44-5761 Whail Rd. 2 bdim, 2  baths, close to all amenities  $115,900. 986-4657 0(886.3930  Open Sat/Sun tl-3 pin.   #29c  W Sechelt. new 1350 sq.fl ranch  ei. Obi. garage, 2 lull balhs, 3  bdrms, skylight, nalural gas heal,  maple cabinets, $174,900,      ss  Hett* "pCttctMCictt SsVwCeei *)nc.  THE MORTGAGE SPECIALISTS  MORTGAGERS (BORROWERS) NEED HELP?  MORTGAGEES (LENDERS) WANT YOUR FUNDS PLACED TO  WORK THE BEST FOR YOU?  J.R (Jim) MUNRO  886-B831 PAGER  886-3753 FAX  GIVE ME A CALL FOR EVALUATION AND QUOTES'  SUNNYCREST MAU, GIBSONS  Terror responsibility  Pl��ASf CHECK YOUR AD ON THE FIRST DAY IT APPEARS  MeeAten art oiktd lo liston corsMy a* al od* placid by  an  complsttly   rod   boa  verifying  raquultd  i, number c  dottflcation, rJurtdate.i  * of iriMrtonj and a copy content.  We tab txkme car* lo avoid typographical ��ron, hmwar, in  ���he fwnt of an mar, wt are mppntfll only br iht fin) incorrect  insertion of an od. Wt do not ouune any mponiibdrfy for any  rtmon for an error in an ad beyond he cart of Sod ihelf  nipoft ony mi  wror IMMBNAmrby caKng 886-2622  Monody to Fnooy 9 ojh* lo 9 p*n\*^  c��ftOOR  At any of our convenient  Friendly  ���m People Places mn  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Pender Harbour  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES  Francis Peninsula Place 883-9551  MARINA PHARMACY  Pender Harbour Centre 883-2888  In Halfmoon Bay  BSJ STORE 8854555  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930  In Gibsons  THE COAST NEWS  537 Cruice Lane (behind Dockside Pharmacy)  886-2622  Homes &  Properly  1.   Homes &  Properly  7.   Announcement  I 7.   Announcement  114. Travel  View lot overlooking Madeira Paik Lot 71. Merrill Crescent, Pender  Cenlre, 102 ft. Ironlage clear Sep. Harbour. Ready lo build, septic in.  tic 0k. $65,000 obo 883-9418 ss     financing 883-9597 ss  RARE QUAUTY ACREAGE  Great Ocean View, extensively  Improved, well treed and wilhin  walking distance lo Sgls. Bay  Marine Park. This acreage is in a  growing large lot subdivision with  Iwo driveways to access upper and  lower sections ol properly at  $155,000. Lol 23 ol Leaning Ties  Subd. will nol lasl long! Call Dave  946-7655 or pgr.t-979-4042. ss  CLASSIFICATIONS  Announcements  7  Appliances  1��  /TT^  Autos  23  Barter & Trade  18  Bed and Breaklast  Births  30  2  [GREAT  Business and Home  ��'���:������   H%V **  Services  35  ^a mUKMa\ a  Business Opportunities 38  V          '  m  Campers  ChikfCare  25  37  Commerdal tor Rent  32  Entertainment  33  Aa\_ra*Ma.  For Rent  31  ***an\*maaa  For Sale  21  *^^  Found  11  Obituaries     ���  3  Free  16  Personal  0  Furniture  20  Pets & Livestock  12  Oarage Sales  17  Recreation  O  Heavy Equipment  Help Wanted  22  34  Storage  Thank You  30  S  Home & Property  1  Too Late lo Classify  40  In Memoriam  4  Travel  14  Legal  41  Trucks  24  Lost  10  Wanted  18  Marine  20  Wanted to Rent  20  Mobile Homes  27  Weddings &  Motorcycles  Music  20  13  Engagements  Work Wanted  O  30  REDUCED  Ideal bed & breaklast collage or  greal lor added income as a rental.  Must move to your property. Fully  finished 1 bdrm cabin. Call loday  lor details. 886-2751.        KSc  OCEANMOUNT ESTATES  Elegant 3 bdrm home, 2 baths,  level entry, large view deck, 1600  sq. It. main linished, 1600 sq. It.  down semi-finished Fully landscaped. Asking $259,000. B86-  0984. ��28c  Robeits Cieek: 1/2 acie, square  lol, Spiuce Road. $99,000. 885-  5779. ss  Affordable w/l, 2 bdrm home.  Large LR w/piclure window, lor  ocean view enjoyment Cabinets,  kitchen t ample storage, 12'xlt  workshop li large parking area.  Sale moorage 885-5026    1128c  11/4 ACRES  Parmer wanled lo share 2 t/2  acres ol beautilul, very privale  acreage w/mountain view, zoned  lor 2 homes {no mobiles). Minutes  Irom Qibsons. $85,000.886-4888.  ���28c  In Lovely W. Sechelt  Greal 3 bdim. 3 bath lamily home.  Oak kilchen w/eating 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 & hot tut).  All appliances included and w/w  carpeting throughout. $210,000.  Sale by owner. 739-4100 Vanc.ss  Two 16 It. hexagonal ollice buildings. Can be sold separately oi  together. Must be moved. $20,000  lor bolh. John. 885-8879 or Bill,  885-6141 #27w  Requite a building lot In or near  Gibsons, serviced with access for  under $50,000.886-3015 afler 6.  tfns  Roberts Creek, 1.0 acre, southern  exposure, partially treed, building  site cleared, peculation test  approved. Robinson Road or  Woodley Road access. $128,000.  886-7372. ss  Pender Harbour  New 1135 sq.tt. rancher. 3 bdrms,  ensuite, oak cabinets, forced air  elec. furnace, woodstove, large  deck, attached carport on i0.43  acre. $169,000, no GST. 883-  9422. 127c  Gibsons Oceanmount Estates, 5  bdim., 2 yr. oM home, natural gas,  3 baths, view, 2 sundecks, lully  landscaped. $299,000.898-0992.  127c  Secret Cove. 2 bdim condo, 6  appl., view. Asking $149,900.594-  9310 ss  Subdividable watertront hall acre  and new home. 1932 sq. IL, dock  approved, $279,900. Call Rolierts  Creek Really, 886-8267.     127c  Madeira Park lot, Merrill Cresc.  cleared. .34 acie. 885-0899.   ss  Close In - Gibsons lol, Trickle-  brook Way, $79,500.1-922-3559.  ss  COSTARICA  2 lots left In Phase I, Esperanza  Ranch. Each lot 2.5 acres, serviced, private community, tropical  park wsh hiklng/ridlng tills, swim-  ming. Close to shopping, beaches,  restaurants, golfing. $21,500 each.  885-5157. ss  Gibsons -1113 Sunnyskte, laige  landscaped lot with raised bed gardens, fruit trees, dose lo school  and bus, quiet well maintained  area, 3 bdrm. rancher, 1241 sq. It.  Heavy insulation, 2x6 const., 11/2  baths, large deck. (171,500.886  8367 or lv. mass, at 1-478-9753  Olm  View.3bdrm on large lot dose lo  all amenities. 437 S. Fletcher.  $199,000 886.2455.        K7w  Hallmoon Bay Unique 2 level log  home, new carpels, oak kitchen,  laige rock f/p, w/RSF stove, 2  decks, ocean view, on parit-like 2/3  acie Added bonus: 1 bdrm wMI  cabin, presently rented at  $400/mo $215,000. MS49N.SS  For sale by ownei: 3 bedioom  rancher on .36 acre. 80% Alder-  wood Road, Hallmoon Bay,  $119,900 Don, days at 815-2201.  evenings 985-0944. ss  Gambier Island. For sale by owner.  Beauliful 8 acres, 2 bdrm character  house and separate studio, 1 1/4  acre ol garden area t new  orchard, stream, to min. walk from  lerry $225,000 Call 886-3214 ss  ROBERTS CREEK  4 bdrm. home with hardwood and  slate Iloor throughout on privale  .67 acre. Two car gaiage, workshop and potential revenue/in-law  suite. Zoned R2 $259,000. please  call 885-2253, no agents.      ss  Brigit, Oliver 1 Stephen Garrett are  happy to announce the birth ol  Benjamin W., born on June 25,  1994 al 2:10 am. Our loving lhanks  lo all Involved, particularly Auz  Cozo, Michele 1 Alice.      127c  3. Obituaries  STELTER, Gayle, Campbell. Died  peacefully at her home in Roberts  Cieek, BC on June 22, 1994.  Gayle is survived by her husband,  Ray, children Sarah and Matthew.  A memorial service was held on  her property on June 27.1994  I27w  A    LOUD&     _\  ��*   TUNEFUL   ��'  THANKYOUS  from the graduating class  of Sechelt Elementary  to all who made  KARAOKE so much fum  Brian Harbison, Desperados,  Sechelt Sun, Wilson Creek  IGA, Sunshine Boys Dist.  Parents Advisory Council  and to Linda Mattel, Nancy  Baker tt Hilary Estergaarda  who helped make il happen!  We would like to thank Marilyn's  friends and coworkers for Iheir  love and support during her ill.  ness. Lucille Holden and lamily,  Bobbi and Brandi Greggain KOc  7 Announcements  Al the Hunler Gatery: Paintings by  Vivian Chamberlin Pottery by  Ross Buchanan. Until July 8 ��26c  CO-OP RADIO  Persons interested In lorming a coop radio association should phone  683-9699. K9C  ACTING CLASSES  Spaces slill available in beginners  acting, (10-13 yrs) and script sludy  (15-16 yrs). To register, call 885-  7539 #27c  SUNSHINE COAST  HOME SUPPORT SOCIETY  FOOT CARE BY AN RN. IN  YOURHOME  ��� ,i foot care assessment  ��� loot soak and massage  ��� nail care  ��� care lo needed aivas [eg  callouses, cuticles)  ��� referral to podiatrist / physician  FEE: H5.0O per visit  Phone Home Support office at  MWv5l44 lor motv inloitnalion  ���md/or lo make an appointment  Does someone in your lamily have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 885-7484, 866-9059.  Al-Aleen 886-2565 or 885.7484.  nc  Sunshine Coaat  Transition House.  A sale place lor women and children In crisis. Free confidential 24  hour service. 885-2944 Un  8. Recreation  ULTIMATE!  Bored? Tired ol Parcheesl? Come  play Ultimate ��� a non-contact Iris  hee football howl-ol-a-tlme. II  you're an enthusiastic adult, come  play Weds. 6:30pm al Dougal  Park. tfns  Roberts Creek ICG lease renewal?  Protest letters at RC Slore. Inlo:  885-6139 or 8863977        ��29c  DANCE WORKSHOPS  wilh award winning Canadian  choreographer PAULA ROSS lor  children and adults. July 14,15,  16, at Gibsons United Church Hall.  For inlormation, Leslie 8664044 or  Meg. 886-2069 #28w  Beaches - Hails - rain - shine. Spiritual walks, mental, physical  health. 816-3956 ��29c  ECONO AUTOBODY  I will beat all other bodyshop prices  on Ihe Coast lor bodywork and  painting. 866-0662 Klw  RJS FITNESS  Mon, Wed, Fri; 9:15 am. Tues,  Thurs; 6:30 pm. Step 1 strength 1  stretch. St. Mary's Hall, Gibsons.  886-8305 Klw  Flying High Stables  Robeits Cieek (lormerly Ellingham  Stables) presents: Tots 'n Ponies  summei riding program, 3-7 yi  olds. 4 day sessions start July 4.  Tina Wilson 615-9969 or 119-9124  eves. Klw  Just moved liom Toronto:  PROFESSIONAL  PHOTOGRAPHER  15 yrs taking award winning photos,  poitrafe, modeing portfof06, band pro-  mos and much much rnwel To task  an appt or lor more rfamafefi, please  calVWeraie&*90anytime.l2B��,  Day Clubs: Kids 5-10, Tuesdays;  Jr. Youth, 10-13, Thurs. lit  SB/day. Bethel Baptist Church.  Into: 115-2454,885-3919.  ��28w  Yes, there is a gay and lesbian  group on the Sunshine Coast. Box  1119, Gibsons, BC, VON 1 V0��29w  'II lust cam be lhat all Ihe good  ones are taken - I'm not!' Good  hearted, attract., est.. SWM, 30s,  seeks slim, n/s romantic, humour,  loving single female who enjoys  hiking, travel, quiet times. Please  reply wilh pholo to Box 422 c/o  Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons,  BCVON IVO Klc  Counseling for Individuals, con-  pies snd families. Consultation  snd support far step lamilies.  Csll Mary Lang (MSW, RSW)  MM144 ��30c  Cameo Singles Club. Crib, luncheons, potluck dinners, dancing,  hikes, camping. Call lor info 866-  3921 or 515-5384. tin  SUNSHINE COAST  HOME SUPPORT SOCIETY  A sincere thank you to everyone  who supported our Bingo  Fundraiser on lune 11,1991.  (Nexl one in September!  km for kids!  Ages 7-17. Multi-sports soccer, t  basketball camps July 4-29. Aug  22-21. Great instruction Coach  SluiS, 886 9659 f 32w  Reward Stolen Irom School Rd.  lownhouse 2 pair antique scissors, approi 10 necklaces senti  menial, no value) 885 0333. lv  message ��29c  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOGUE  S6S6 Cowrie St. Box 1219  Sechelt, BC , VON 3AO  ess-san fax sss2st*  Van To�� Free SS4-S01S  ELLEN BESSO  Relaxation fur thr  mind 8c the body  2  ��� Trager��  t      ��� Acupressure  ���    ��� Reiki I  * Therapeutic  Touch  Release tension &  emotional blocks  in a safe, nurturing  environment  SfttcUdnJ In womn'i health  886-4974  Commercial lot across from medical building. $95,000.985-0412.  ss  4 bdim lamily home w/1 bedioom  suite, W. Sechelt. Good investment. $163,900 obo 685 S764.se  JOINT GIANT FLEA MARKET  sponsored by Roberts Creek  Legion 219 and Ihe Ladies Auxiliary 10 - 3 pm, Roberls Creek  Communily Hall. July 16 117.  Tables: $15 one day. $25 Iwo  days. Phone Diana Gaudaur (after  1 pm), 885-3159, Jack Eldred  (aller 8 pm). 885-3381       K9w  WESTCOAST EXPLORERS  BUS TOURS  July 5, Whistler; July 14, Royal  Hudson 1 MV Britannia; Aug. 2,  Queen Elizabeth Park 1 Grouse  Mtn; Aug. 6, Vancouver Symphony  on Whistler Mtn; Aug 25, Vancouver Game Farm & New Westminster Quay; Dec. 15, shopping, dinner, 1 Christmas lights. Overnight  trips: Aug. 10-11, International  Fireworks display; July 22-24, Victoria Flower 1 Garden Festival;  Sept. 13-14, Victoria 1 Chemai-  nus; Sepl 19-23. Wesl Edmonton  Mall; Ocl 7-11, Octoberlesl in Kim-  berley; Ocl 21- Nov 22, New  Zealand, Australia 1 Fiji; Nov. 30-  Dec.3, Victorian Christmas a Leavenworth lights. For more information call 886-4662 KSw,  Funsational Travel need travel  sales (outside) reps, Gibsons.  P.Mellon. 1-971-9410.       K7c  W.L. Travel now open 7:30 daily,  also Sunday summer hours. 885  9501. #27c  Pink plastic Irame prescription  glasses. Sechelt. 185-3645 ��27w  Male brown/white long hair  Siamese cat, answers lo 'Mlnu',  wearing brown flea collar, from his  new Seima Park home, June 28.  885-0497 #27w  Reed Road. Black Lab, lost at end  of May. Reward. 186-7169 ��27c  Reward: tor return ol black & purple Iguana men's mountain bike,  has water bottle holder, black fender missing. Taken fram School Rd.  residence. 916-1717 or Gibsons  RCMP 116-2245. tins  Sel of keys on ring, Cowrie SI,  near Workwear World. Phone lo  identity. 865.6818 #27w  Sweet 1 pretty little kitten lound at  Piatt 1 the Highway. Blue cream in  colour, approx 4 mo old. Have vaccinated 1 will spay at appropriate  time. Can't keep! 886-8082 K7c  12 Pels & Livestock  Colonic irrigation Call Carolyn,  8156157 ��36w  CRAFTERS: New owners ol Ihe  Ful Moon Gallery, Powell River,  are looking for quality craft woik,  pottery, turned 1 carved wood and  fibre art. 415-9619.10:30 ��� 5 pm  everyday ��27w  The lime lo gel  PROTECTION  is before you have became  a victim ol  CRIME!!  Personal - Home - Car - Property.  Affordable crime prevention products. Neighbourhood, block watch,  group crime prevention presentations Iree ol charge 185-3012  Klc  Individual counselling in beautilul  Tuwanek wilh Carolyn Lincoln.  RPC ��� addictions ��� codependence  ��� trauma ��� women's issues. 885  4672 ��36w  Poets/wiMis interested in coflee  house leadings, please conlact  Matgaiet, 865-7539 127c  LAWN 1 GARDEN SHOW  Attention exhibitors 1 ciaftpeople  space available, Chamberlin Gardens, Sunday. July 17 9N9M9  127c  SECHELT FARMERS MARKET  First and third Saturdays, to ��� I  pm, behind Giigan's Pub.  Klc  PRIVATE TUITION  Fully qualified, experienced  teacher available. Adults, high  school, elementary students 886-  8468 Klc  For Rent: Marquees lor weddings.  Bv-b-ques. lamily gatherings 20 x  20 885-2896 or 885-3474 #32w  ,  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  885-8208.24 hour kne. tfn  Pure bred Taggenburg dairy goat.  Heavy milker, freshened in March.  885-0679 K7w  GOLDFISH  al types  SUPPUES  tanks, pumps, elc.  TROPICAL FISH  816-9990  ��9w  English Riding Lessons  at Fairway Stables. Great summer  activity. Ages 9 ��� adult. Experienced certilied riding instiuctor.  Day 1 evening lesson times aval.  able. 995-5423 K9w  Help! We're al capacity. Foster  homes needed lor SPCA animals.  H you can help with this or want to  become a much needed volunteer,  please call Cheryl today. 816-  2816. You can make a difference.  127c  Belgian Draft Horse, 17 H.H. gelding, tl yis., includes harness,  $1350.115-7430. ss  MAGUS KENNELS REG.  Since MM  Dog 1 Cat Boarding  -Science Dier pet toods  Dog Obedience Classes  VtOUN-VIOLA-CELLO  lessons All ages and levels  Redroolls 1151066        Ktw  Piano Tuning  *  repairs  ���appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-286  COOL RUNNINGS  One Ion Huck available loi hauling  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance lototikng. odd jobs  115-3917 Ifns  COAST NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  WORK!  Antique upright piano. Clinton  Ivory keys, metal sounding board,  beautiful sound $1000 185-9306    Hn.  Exercise bicycle, to spd. 2 children's bicycles. All need work.  Take aH or none. U-pick-up. 885-  6180 K7w  Big McLary deep freezer, in working cond. Has alumin. lining 885-  2203 K7w  Cute cuddly 6 wk old kittens 886-  2283 K7w  Adorable 8 wk ok) male tabby kitten. Needs loving home. 816-3051  K7w  Kittens - 6 wks old, litter trained.  895-9299 K7w  Crib, playpen, change table, car  seat A girls baby clothes. 115-  5982 K7c  4 male puppies, mix breed 893-  9504 K7C  19. Appliances  Fiidge S stove, almond, $600;  portable washer 1 dryer, aulo,  $400; b/id/w, $179; Kenmore  washer 1 dryer, while, $500;  Coldspol 18 cu. ft. upright Ireezer,  $289; 21 cu. ft. Admiral white sxs 3  door like new. $549 and much  morel Appliances reconditioned,  warranty 6 mos. - 2 yrs. Phone  Bjorn 885-7897 or Corner Cupboard, 885-4434. 1280  NORSEMAN-BJORN  APPLIANCES  Sales - Service ol reconditioned  major appliances.  " large selection' warranty *  Bjorn 885-7897  K7W  COMMERCIAL  Fridge, 30'��55'x6' high, double  glass doors, good working order,  $500 886-4545 or 6662774 alter  7 pm. K7W  SxS almond GE Medallion series  Iridge, exc cond.. $300 obo. 885  7037. K7W  Wanted: comfy chair and/or small  couch lor poor, lurnilureless  Roberts Creek resident. 886-0971  tfns  A 6 cyl. North American 1/2 lo 3/4  Ion truck. Full size, good cond. and  canopy preferred. 1980.1965. Call  Garnett, 685-1976 K9c  Old used bricks. Please call 885-  3917 Ifns  Medium size dog travel crate. 886-  7722, leave message        tfns  ABRAHAM LINCOLN  American Civil War collector,  seeks items of interest. PO Box  2929, Vancouver, BCV6B 3X4.  K7c  Power washer. Call 886-8558 tins  WANTED: Books 1 magazines  for the elderly. Preferably large  print, novels 1 picture books. Conlacl Elizabeth Simpson wk. 866-  2622 hm. 886-7355. tfns  BUYING COINS  Bank Notes  Gold & Silver  Video Etc.  MM112  Ifn  Slorage space lor a few household  items and boxes. Preferably in  Gibsons 886-7075 tfns  Piano and bench, Wormwith and  Co. Kingston Sold by Hehstzman  Excellent sound $975 885-2317  K7c  For sale; anlique player piano with  music rolls 886-9240        K9c  Lead guitarist, looking to join / lorm  heavy rock or metal band. Into  originals and some covers. Aaron  686-4049 after 5 pm Klc  18  Bnrter ��. Trade  Swap goal manure lot youi flower  gaiden. PU Iruck oi bags Need,  unaltered pony coll, blue heelei  pup or dobeiman. cedai 7' plus  diam. V fence posts. $10/ PU buck  load 685-3044 K9c  Admiral Frost/Free Iridge, 17 yrs  old. sell clean oven, harvest gold  $500 885-9100 K9C  ingks H/D washei t dryer, woiking  older models. 1200 set. 685-9667  K9c  Metz  ce  die* 11 Repair  Repair to all makes ol  major appliances. Sales  of good used appliances  with warrantees.  Call Harvey at i  Located next to  Patra Pizza on Hwy 101  Gibsons  While Whirlpool stove, 1 1/2 years  old.$350.8860544alter6. K7c  24' Viking electric slove, good  cond, $100.885-9536. ss  20. Furniture  Wantsd: comfy chair and/or small  couch loi poor, lurnilureless  Roberts Creek resident. 886-0971.  tfns  CHAIR REPAIRS  We can re-glue Ihose  wobbly old chairs.  TIM CLEMENT  wmwm  aee-aaia  tow SeemouM Wiy.oo.oni  Foimal dining room labia 1 six  upholstered chairs, one w/arms,  honey colored teak, in exc. cond.  $1500 firm. 885-2047 eves. K8c  Tan reclining loveseal, $200; floral  uphol highback chair, $75; 6x8  area rug. beige / floral bordei,  $125.8867042. K7w  Couch w/2 wing chairs, exc. cond.  $650 6855478. K7C  Electric lawnmower, Sears craftsman model C935,18' blade. Bag  attachment, like new. $70. 885-  4056 K9w  DECEMBER FOREST  PRODUCTS  Mixed lirewood, spllil 1 delivered  Full cords, $100, cedar available,  986-0349 K9w  Highchair. FP, $50; double stroller.  $100 816-8860 K9w  Complex garage sale. 123 Fan-  hamHd Sal July 9 10-2    K7c  GAMBER ISLAND  Sal July IS, It am-4 pm Pole 9.  Grove Rd. West Bjy        Klw  Sat. July 9.9 4 pm 5684 Meimaid  Sechell Ranger scooter, beds,  household 1 more K7w  Sechel Seniors Hall July 23 10-3  pm Saleable donalions welcome  185-3513.115-2942 Klw  Sat t Sun, 9110.10-3 pm Lots  ol stuff 120 Mounlainview, Gib-  tons K7c  Huge gaiage tale. Sal July 9 10  am ��� 2 pm 5424 Sinku Or on  waterfront by conveyor Tools and  boating Hems. K7w  Moving Furniture, etc. etc. Sat  July 9.9-3 4804WMakei  K7w  For all your  renovation needs call  BRUCE RANDALL  CONTRACTING  ���Residential  ���Commercial  ��� Free Mattes  Call Bruce W-m��  Lumber clear out, prices reduced;  cedar - hemlock - lir, some old  growth clears 1854270    K9w  Machinist tools and mechanics  tools lor sale Exc shape 866-  2431 K9w  Traditional wood table 14 chairs.  $150 Sola bed, like new, $325  M16140 K9w  FWSH  5tra'  U-Pieac  $ 1.00 LB1  (>|ltllW��l e.We  M73 Mason Kit HKVJSUli I  2 Machlwo speakers; RPH 160  waits, lor larger living  quarters/meeting rooms, 15*  woofers. 5' midrange, dual tweeter  horns. 25-40 kHx. $325 685-9267  K9w  Dry, seasoned or green Call  Klaus, speak lo my electric secretary 8150679 ��29c  Welding machine AC 230 - some  accessories. Farmer John 1 boots;  equalizer hitch lor 20 It trailer;  table saw. extra blades. 685-5619  129c  Farmer John med. men's wel suit;  snowboard. Good Year 14�� snow  lues, baby change table, boy's  baby clothes, deluxe baby car  rage 615-9100 K9c 21. For Sale  21. For Sale  21. For Sale  Coast News, July 4, 1994  17  Cedar fencing - we've had a  change ol plans! 620 pes. 1x8x4';  62 pes. 2x4x10' treated; 48 pes.  4x4x66' treated - Lot price $1800.  685-9667 eves ��29c  Older table saw, gd. cond., new  blade, $100; tiding lawn mover, II  hp, $500 obo. 865-0512, all. 5 pm  KSc  UOHTMAN VIDEO: Heli-ox-18 band mask 1 hoses 'It Escort SW, auto, exc. on gas,  Inexpensive Wedding Packages, with communications gear, $3000;   $1400 obo, 885-8819       K8w  Special Events 1 Stage Produc- T-30 Ingersoll Rand compressor  lions lor Ihe cosl ol copies. 3 yrs. comes/w 5x200 cu. It. Cascade 3  on Ihe Sunshine Coasl - people HP, 3 PH, starter titter, etc. Hydro  enjoy my work. 866-8634.   Klc lust expired auto shutoft at 3100  c~ '  psi, $3500.686-9464. tins  Four wooden armchairs, 1 table  lop, metal base, $250 a set. 885-  3499- #28w  1992  1990  SUNCO  Recycled Building Materials  French Doors/lnl.-Ext. Doors  Alum. & Vinyl Windows  Liahling/Kilchen &  Batnroom Fixtures elc.  Visit our store or col  885-8669  5653 Wharf Rd��� Sechell  Recycle A Sov��  MON-SAT 9 am-5 pm  Delia 12' variable speed wood  lathe. Slill in crate Cosl $627, selling lor $425 firm 886-4938 K9C  WILDFLOWERS  It's not loo lale! Vou could have  annual wildllowers blooming all  thru the fall and a beautilul perennial display nexl year if you plant a  wildflower garden Ihis month. Our  seeds and simple directions are  available al your local garden centres and shops. Small or large  quantities, they can be seeded  Irom early spiing lo late fall.  Roberts Creek Wildflower Farm  K9c  Crib 1 maltress, $90; hlghchair,  $40; stroller, $30; change table,  $15; car seat, $25. Oilers welcome. 886-9240 K9c'  Canox 190 welder 14 HP, just  rebuilt. $850.886-7890     KSw  8 cu. ft freezer, good cond, $200.  665-3719 K8w  26' colour TV, $100. Rowing  machine, like new, $100.40 channel CB, $50.886-0662      K8w  Teak armoire, teak dining rm  table, 23' colour TV console  w/remote., one of a kind sewing  centre. 886-3932 Klw  11' canoe, cedar strip. $1200.  686-6074 KSw  GOLDFISH  all types  SUPPLIES  tanks, pumps etc.  TROPICAL FISH  KSc  Beveled Mat sldlng.tlOObd.fl.  Top quality. $1000. !85-0545#28w  Baby and toddler car seat, two  baby carriers, Peter Rabbit twin  bed set 665-0545 KSw  Fir or alder, $!20/cord split 6  delivered. 886-7774 K9w  BARK MULCH  Mushroom manure, delivered.  886-7774 Klw  Exterior door w/lrame ��� hdware,  $100; 1 exterior door w/hdwaie.  $50; 6' wooden sliding patio door,  $125; gold dishwasher, Holpoinl,  $100. After 5 pm, 886-0590 KSW  Two yr old Nome lawnmower, B1  S 3 5, gas, exc. cond, $125 obo.  Folding artificial Xmas Iree, 7II  inclu. slorage box, good cond,  $50 866-7219 Klw  Like new - Universal weighl lifting  machine. York 3001. exc. cond.  $400 firm 1889113 or 188-3552  K8w  Large 30 fl Terry 5th wtieel.Good  cond. Ideal lor couple lo live in for  starter home. A good buy at  $8000.116-2454 Klw  20 fl brown wrought iron railing, 2-  4 It side sections, $400, or oilers.  186-3714 Klw  Royal Albert Old Country Rose';  stainless steel sink ml laucet; tun  lounger cot; wooden 1 fl step ladder. 116-2431 Klw  PLEASE MUM  CHILDREN'S WEAR  Earn Iree children's clothing by  hosting a home party Lots ol lun  with lots ol benelils. Call now lor a  Iree catalogue, lo palce an order  or book your party Kim; 185-0919  Mtc  Double axel utility trailer. Many  duty. $1500 ��rm.886-97A1 or ceH.  240-9273. K9c  Two solid core exterior doort; 2  stainless steel sinks. 2 4-chalr sett  li table; large selection older  Irench windows and large alum.  Irame windows: plus 5 It. sliding  door. All $15-40. King wavelets  waterbed, $150 obo; solid oak  nwitte. 6 1/2 fl. h. x 5II. w. 865-  480A Klc  17 bundles |$12 each) otinteriock  shingles, black 5 2/3 sq. 115-  797T         Klc  Grandfather clock Irom Germany,  oak, many features, bevelled  glass 1886550   York 8900 weighl bench wtth 185  pounds 6887038 ��6c  Ladles and men's 10 spd. bikes,  good cond. $30 ea 886-8459  128c  Heavy duty radial arm saw, 20*  blade, $3000 obo. 186-8201 KSc  Trampoline, 10'x12' Sundance,  steel Irame. New $1500, sell $750,  incl. new mat worth $350. 686-  9095. ��28c  York Mega Max 3001, universal  gym, $500 obo; Winchester .308  w/scope, $450; 1863 handmade  Belgium .22, ocolgon nickle barrel,  $800 obo; men's 18 spd. mln.  bike, $250; ladies 6 spd. mln. bike,  $225; good older Ireezer, $50 and  you move; 1953 GMC 5 window  coupe lor restoration, cab 1 Irame  only, $500 obo. 885-9282.   K7c  10x7 oveihead gaiage door. $225.  865.3557. Klc  RASPBERRIES  U pick. Tues., Thurs., Sal AM,  Hwy. 101 or phone 6862932.K9C  TOPSOIL  Fill, sand, gravels. Reasonable  rates. 865-5070 Doug.      K7w  2 construction walk planks, 24 fl.,  aluminum / wood. 8854737.   ss  Electric baseboard hsaters, 4  large, one small. 885-1933. K7w  MOVING-MUST SELL  7II. sofa i matching chair, 2 custom designed area carpets,  antique high chair, Evenflo 7 yr.  car seal, Dorell stroller, rocking  chairs, oil tank. 1156026.   Klc  Alto sax, case, etc. Crib, maltress  and bedding. Call 886-2602.K7w  2 sets ol lowered Mold doors c/w  hardware, $25/set; one 1973 International Travelall buck seat, black  and In new cond., $50; 1 older  model Phillips sewing machine,  works fine. $35.885-7037. K7w  FIREWOOD FOR SALE  Alder lirewood, by the truckload,  split 1 delivered. 885-7703 afler 5  pm. K7w  Men's r.h. goK dubs, cart 1 bag,  used one season, $400.115-  6065. K7c  Boy's 6-speed Norco mountain  bike. Good condition. Blue t  while, 16' wheels. $75 obo. 618  7372. K7c  Beige eaipet, 1 months old,  approx. 15x21', $400.1864185.  I27C  12 fl. aluminum boat, $400; Fitter  Oueen cennister vacuum, $125;  change table, $25; Disney baby's  crib bedding, $45; various girls'  clothing, size 0-4; Flex 110 Wilder  home gym, $150.885-5545 leave  message. K7c  5 rolls ol FAX paper 8 1/2,x328',  r core, $5.95 per roll. 886-2622.  tfns  12 tt. chrome A' venl chimney,  $100; large capacity wood heater,  $500 all like new. 685-7611.   ss  SATELLITE SALES  AND SERVICE  Programming subscriptions.  Green Onion Earth Station  ���85-5644.  lln  GOOD HAY  $4.00/Bale Delivered  Garden Mulch Hay $3.50  Whole oats I Oc/lb  Call Between 12-tpm  115-9357  '81 Cougar 2 door, auto, sun rool,  new brakes. $950 obo. 886-3993  ss  '81 Jaguar XJ6, beautiful car,  $10,500 Will consider trade lor full  size camper of equal value. 886-  3457 ��28w  '92 Honda Civic, while, Sony  stereo, exc. cond. $9000.686-  2341 s,  '92 Aerostar, 7 pass, Exc. cond.  42,000 km. 886-7524 eves,     ss   1993  CLEAROUT! Used tires, wheels,  '90 Tracker, soil lop, low kms,  good cond., $1500 obo. 115-0707.  Klc  1991  '91 Plymouth Voyager, 4 cyl. 5  seats. 50,000 kms $10,500 obo  616-4643 K9w  '81 Honda Civic 5 spd., new Chevette; Honda Accord parts.  1992  22. Heavy  Equipment  Case 590 B Construclion King  back hoe w/extendahoe, $9500.  115-5444 Klw  Patrich lorklifl, 12,000 lbs., $1500  obo; 1 ton 1979 International with  40' ciane 140' trailer, $14000  obo; 1977 International Hal deck,  $1000 obo; 3 phase Webster compressor, 5 hp. $2000. 886-8201.  Klc  exhausl, runs well, good cond.  $600.886-7038. KSc  '81 AMC Concord, while, runs  good, $550.885-1942. ss  '81 VW Jelta 4 dr., 5 sp., sunroof,  $3500 obo. 886-7969. ss  1982  '82 Volvo GL 4 spd. Good running  cond. $3200 obo. 685-0545 KSw  '82 Ford Muslang, 117,000 h's. 6  cyl. aulo. Very good condition.  $2500. Call 8864366. ss  12 Mazda RX7, good cond., new  clutch, brakes, $3100.111-1032.  ss  1911  '83 Mustang J 72 VW Westlalla,  both loi parls. Best oiler, 811.  0612 Klw   IIM   84 Honda Civic, 5 spd. EXC.  RUNNING COND. $2500 ObO  8860365 K9w  885-7167  '92 Jeep YJ, 4 cyl, 5 spd, hard lop,  bra, am/lm cassette. Like new.  Low kms, $15,000 obo. 8664687  K9w  Long box Dakola canopy, $250.  885-4722 eves. K8w  25.Campers & RVs  '55 Chevy pick up, 283 4 spd,  $5500; 327 Corvette motor, rebuill,  $1500.885-5467. ss  '70s  BODY WORK ONLY  WELDING  Reasonable rates.  For free estimate, 8854531  KSW  '20s  1929 Fold Model A Town Sedan,  originally a rust-free Alia, car,  complete body oil restoration,  same owner last 24 yrs. Rare body  style, lovely interior. $10,000 obo,  885-7037. K7w  50S  '56 Buick Special. 2 dr. 90,000  orig. miles. Rebuilt OIF., biakes,  $900.985.4104 K9c  'toe  '68 Firebird, big block 400 Munci 4  spd w/ Hurat shifter. Eatons United slip rearend $2000 obo 886-'  2525 SS   70S   Must sett: 1972 MG Midget Conv.,  runs ok, lots of parts - fun! $1800  obo.8856828 KSw  72 Mercedes 230. $2150 or bade  VW van or 4x4.683-1161   KOw  73 Supei Beetle, $2500 obo.  683-9234. SS  73 Lincoln town car, 480, full  electric, best ollei. 185-2699. ss  73 Super Beetle, gas healer, new  seals, batteiy. $1800.885-4019.SS  '84 Nissan Micra HB, $1100 obo.  886.3992.  For sale as of July 16. Otters wel  come now at 986.6015 or 1649  5207 KSw  Tent trailer w/stove. cooler, sleeps  5. $1200.886-9337 K9w  1999 Coleman tent trailer. Sleeps  4. Asking $2000 obo. Call 986-  4697 K9w  29.5 II. Bonair trailer, 2 dr, rear  Queen bd, air, Immac. $15,500.  893-2409 K9w  1989 26'5 Colay Sth wheel. Fully  equipped. Clean unit. $15,000.  Tow vehicle avail. 886-7417 ��29w  Fully camperized 1991 Chev van,  76 Dodge 3/4 Ion 4x4 power  low kms, ext. warranty, c/c, air.  wagon, 383, 335 hp, $2500.116-   185-3612 K9w  9152 ask lor Jim. Klc    ,���. . .,  j...   r ���  - _    1980 FaWand Motor home, 27 It.,  71 Ford Ranger 4x4, t/2 ton cruise, air, awning. Loaded.  camper special, exc. cond. $3100.  $10,500.240-2991 cell.     K9c  74 Dodge 1 Ion van, $600  obo/lrade lor little car/truck 915-  7233  K9w  75 Dodge propane 4X4, crew cab,  completely rebuilt, price slashed  $4995 885-7518. SS  75 F150 Iruck wtth new Hal deck,  asking $1600.866-7097.        ss  i-or renl: 13 It. travel trailer, sleeps  4, $200/wk* $200 d/d. 885-5307  #35w  24 It. Winnebago, class "C",  sleeps 6. exlra large luel/waler  storage. 80% tire 1 brakes,  remodelled 4 yrs ago, rool carrier,  4 KW power plant Very clean,  Irom Interior. Undercoated 1  absolutely no rusl. $13,500. 883-  2682 att. 6 pm ss  17 It. travel trailer, fridge, slove,  shower, holding tank, etc., $2500  obo. 883-9450, eves.        KSw  26' Airstream travel trailer, good  condition, $5,500.686-2622. tins  1978 Triple E travel trailer, 25 It.  full-size, 3 pc. balhroom, lull-size  Iridge, 4 burner slove, oven 1 Ian.,  exc. cond., $5500 obo. 885-7016.  ss  '81 9'6" Vanguard camper, 4 burner c/w oven, 3/w fridge, forced air  furnace, H/W tank, bathroom  w/shower, very clean cond., must  sell, asking $7300.865-2351.  ss  8x45 trailer, sleeps 6, clean and  good cond. 685-2100. ss  1990 dlx. 24' molorhome A-1 condition. 896-9025. ss  30II. travel trailer, remodelled, gas  slove, furnace, shower, $9500.  986-6202. ss  27 CATAUNA $13,900  Price reduced lor quick sale. Well  equipped and in good condition.  Located Gibsons Marina, 886-  2628 K8w  14 tt Zodiac, Mk II, alumin. floor,  pump, paddles, 40 hp Merc, elect,  start, in exc. cond. $4900 obo 885-  1969 K8w  10 ft fibreglass Tender, Iresh paint,  oars. $350 obo. 885-1969 Klw  19 It KSC OMC. IB/OB, nook,  head & bunk. Highliner trailer,  $6000. 27 It Bayliner CB. 302  Merc cruiser VHF sounder, 6 ft  dinghy $13,000 obo. Walt 186-  8589 KSw  15' fibreglass canoe 886-2431  K8w  11 II libreglass dinghy, good  cond., $300. S854796      K8w  8 ft. libreglass dinghy, $175,883-  9410 K8w  2 alum, boats with Merc o/boards,  one wtth trailer 885-3417 alter 6  pm. KSc  20 It   Double  Eagle,  lully  equipped. $10,500.883-2409.  1280  '77 Ford van, new painl, 5 pass.  $3000.886-7890 K9w  '84 BMW 2 dr., p/s, p/b, sunrool,  air cond. $5500 obo. 883-9419.  K9c  '84 Honda Civic hatchback I500S  std.. t owner, exc. cond. $3495  lirm. Call 895.3943 and leave  ss  '94 Crown Victoria auto, o/d, d/l,  a/c,texlras,$2950,6859649 ss  191  86 Hyundai - Good cond. 52,600  m. Air cond., slereo radio i tape -  6 wheels 1 tiies, asking $1700.  885-2942 K9w  No Job?  No Credit?  No Problem!  WE FINANCE  EZ PAYMENTS  SAFETY CHECKED  VEHICLES   .  Dodge step van, new tires, great  shape. 6856066 K8w  77 Ford 150 4x4. 80 box, new  lires. lull box. Good cond. $2600  ObO. 886-4650 SS  78 Chevy 1/2 ton p/u truck, aulo-  matic, $1200.886-9049.        ss  79 Jeep Cherokee, Ouadia-lrac,  $2500.685-3949 K9w  79 GMC 1/2 ton pick-up 6 cyl., 4  spd, $750.886-8063 K9C  79 Bronco 4x4, good running  cond., $2400 obo. 885-3511 days.  K7w  '79 Landcruissr, diesel, 8000 Ib.  warn winch, warn hubs, new  exhaust, $6500 obo 686-7800. ss  79 Ford Bronco XLT, 4 wh. drive,  auto., looks and runs excellent,  $4995 Obo. 886-7099. ss  IIM  '80 GMC 3/4 T. 4x4 p/u. Auto, 150  propane, new brakes, recent tup  ��tires, 40k on engine, 10,0001>  warn winch, $3800 obo. 885-1989  nam  22' Heavy lg Davidson double  ender. Single cylinder Faryman  diesel. $9500 firm. 885-9019   ss  21 fl San Juan sailboat, sleeps 4,  main jib, genoa 1 trailer. $5000  obo. 885-5483 K9w  8' libreglass Sabot sail boat - easy  lo sail and lots ol fun. $325. 865-  3681 K9w  22' fibreform -170 Volvo -270 leg,  winch canvas 1 stays, dean, dry.  Fish finder, VHF, $4000. as is or  Camp/van Irade. Carl 536-5052 or  Leslies Marina, Sechelt.    K9w  "MUST SEE'  '88 19 It Calais, cuddy, sounder,  115 Yamaha, 99 Yamaha, built-in  live bail tank, trailer. Many extras.  $15,000 obo. 886-3472 ss  Canoe; new 15' Coleman $425  Responsible lamily wants to rent obo. 866-9600 K9w  '79 21 fl Travel trailer, awning,  3w/fridge, h/w, lurnace, slove  w/oven, sleeps 6, $5495 obo. 885-  0512, aft. 5 pm K9c  '99 23.5 II Bonair 5th wheel. Uke  new. $12,900.886-8021     K9c  1992 lop ol Ihe line 26 It Terry  trailer, gone 1 trip, showroom  cond. Front kttch, rear bath, must  be seen 635-4839 Klw  Ready for lake-oil! 21 It. Vanguard, 5th wheel, shower,  stove/oven, lurnace. w/boat  loader. $7950. Optional ��� 1979  Dodge Mon 4 spd., w/5lh wheel,  $1950 995-2738 KSw  Coachman Camper, fully sett-contained, shower, a/c $2000.885-  5444 KOw  motoihome lor 1 weekend, Aug.  20. Relerences provided. 881-  7255 Klw  20 ft. Frontier, thowei, toilet,  slove, furnace, fridge, att woiking.  Recond. engine. $7000 obo. Can  be seen at #63, Wilson Crk. RV  Pak ss  SECHELT MARINE I  SURVEYS LTD.  Captain Mil Murray  MCMMC M.NA.MS  M.A6YC  ���Marine  Surveyor! ond Conivtanli  12 aluminum boat, 7.5 Merc o/b  motor. $1000 lirm. 186-9049. ss  Merc Thunderbolt 500 o/b, needs  lower unit w/controls, $450 obo.  986-3199. Klc  12II. Smokercralt boat, 9.5 Evinrude molor, 2 gas tanks, downrig  ger, trolling rod t reel, mooching  rod & Wlndex reel, rod holders,  net, 4 life jackets, anchor, chain 1  rope, pkg. deal $1,150.885-5618.  KSc  21 It. fibreform cuddy cabin, 10  hours on rebuill F.W.C. 305 Volvo  Penta 15 hp, aux. sounder, CB.  $6300 obo. 683-9286.        K8c  12 It. alumin. boat If yi. ok) trailer, $1200 or will sell separately.  885-5026. Klc  10x32' barge, libreglass over  wood, boom and electric winch.  685-2100. SS  16 fl Thermo Craft libreglass boat,  $500 obo. Bob 585-4804   KSw  41' houseboat. Fiidge, slove,  shower, holding tank, bedroom,  dressing room. $7500 obo. Ph  22 1/2 It. Double Eagle CB  eves, 888-9014 ss    350/250 baitbag VHF sounder,  CARPETS  As new, approx. 18x13. See  Sal/Sun. 865-9101. K7c  Queen bed, $20; crib, $30; couch,  $100; kitchen table, $20; strollers,  $101 $15; cWhing rack, $20; car  seat, $75; change table, $20.885-  9565. K7c  1  Computer, $150 or hade why.;  radial arm saw, $200; 2x4 t/j studs.  92 1/4 in., 250; 4x4, 2x6 cedar;  building paper, 24 rolls. 815-9349.  127c  Welder weight bench Ilex band  gym, $250, excellent condition.  888-2504. ths  Golf clubs, msn's starter set. 7  with bag. 8 mos. old. $200.115.  4715. Itln  IBM 316 SX computer. 2 floppies,  40 meg WI, minitower, exc. qualily, $595 obo. 115-7511      K7C  81 Pontiac 6000,4 dr, 4 cyl.. l/l,  air, low kms, good cond. $1900  000.885-4804 K9c  86 Chev. Sprint, 5 tpd., w/stereo,  m. to gal., super cond. $2700  obo Bjorn 985-7897. Klc  29 ft. Prowler trailer, rear bedroom, at Headwater Marina, (M.  Pk.). Al equip stays. Pad rental   BHdtoMacht8.n36502.Kec  ���80 Toyota 4x4 2.1 ��r. W. S sad., 1971 Iravsl trailer, full bath,  recent springs, shocks, 32" bras, kitchen, sleeps 6 Immsc. cond.  no lift, no major rust. Recent lend- $6900 obo. Phone to view, 185-  eis i box size matching Iruck cap. 4048 eves K7c  $4300000.185-9152.        Klc  15.51! Houston Glassc.aH 40 hp  Johnson arid trailer.Runi, good.  $1250 obo. 1854344        129c  $23,000,995-3448.  TB'.  WINDWARD YACHT 8A1�� >�����  el Gideons Marina  Cam Mussels 886-2121  SIB  2ISirius'8l,  like new, loaded $7,900  22 Tanzer. r/furl. 4 sails    6,900  25 Cal, strong, seaworthy 9,900    25 Bayfield, full keel, dsl  14,900       27 It. 1979 Tiavette brier, good   ,0 * ���***-** ml Highliner galv.   26 North Star, new oft    12,500  60GMCltondualynew454on condition, dean. $5000 obo. 885- ���*. beech wheels, outfit 2 yrs 26 Yamaha 81, dsl.       31,500  15' McCulloch 40 hp Msrc, elec  trie stal baler $2500 obo; 10'aluminum Harbercralt cartop, 41'  beam, $450; 4 peison Tamor  inflatable cushion, oais, $200.  118-7245 K9c  Ponliac Sunbird S.W..  obo. 885-3557.  $1700  Klc  piopane A/T, eel. phone, CD play-  ei, ladar, box liner and more.  $10,000 Into i, asking $7150 obo.  8866251. K7w  INI  0280.  K7w  74 Dattun 2402,260 engine, mag  wheels. Body ok, luns, frame  gone. Good pots car. Reasonable  otters please 8864956      129c  74 Buk* 2 door auto, pb/ps, good  Ikes, motor. 76,000 mi. $450.663-  9418. K6c  75 Volvo 244DL Alpine, cassette,  runs. $100 Obo. 886-9476. K7w  First $1000 ttosKI  1975 Fiat Spider convertible. 865-   K9w  3221  Hyundai GSL, good cond.  Needs brakes Asking $1900.186-  9009. K7c  Olds Ciera Brougham, loaded  pka disc player, $5795.186-7)50.  tt  '87 Acura Legend LX. Loaded,  exc. cond. Chaicoal Grey.  94,000kms. $12,000 obo. 686  8909 tins  '67 Pontiac 6000LE. Gel ready lor  lamily vacations A/C. am/fm cass  VI, grsat gas mileage, seats 1.  Set to go. Asking $4900 186-4561  RECONDITIONED  7t CAMPER VAN  Sturdy! Auto, 302 Econoline 200.  Raised rool, 3-way fridge, stove,  3-way water, slereo, aux. battery,  custom exterior, lots ol windows 1  '81 Ford 150 p/u, good running  condilion. Needs bom tires. $1500 storage. Trailer hrlch. Well main  obo. M5-7I44. tins    lamed, runs good. Leaving country  Lsfldscasers * Mctdeysrs:  It GM 1-ton 4x4,350 4 speed.  New brakes, shocks, part, fend-  ers. Hydraulic tilt deck. Great  shape. $6100. Marty or Wayne  686-3880 M186-9764        K8c  '84. Travel In Kyle. Chev Mat III  cuslomized van. Good cond.  $5900 895 9299 K8w  84 Dodge Canvan. aulo. $4,500  9868204 ss  must sett. $3900 obo .86-2003.  K7W  1915 tl 1/2 tt. Travelaire Sth  wheel, $9000 885-5702     K7c  old, cost $3100, sel $1150 obo,  call before 12 noon, 886-3885  K9c  Good spars Merc, leg, $800 obo.  8854512aft 5pm K9c  Moorage, lower Gibsons. Brand  new structure. For boats up to 24'.  Cal 925-2107 K9c  toft. Fibreglass Tender, Iresh  paint, oars. $350 obo. 885-1969  K9c  383 cu. in. Ford Lehman turbo  diessl, 175 hp. Good running  26 FoUboat. lull keel, o/b 10,000  27 Catalina, Irad layout 13,900  26 Lancer '82, wheel, o/b 15,500  30 Fraser, dsl, wheel, r/fur!19,500  1974 Dodge Economic propane  order. $2500.9186044,886-4669  penned, camperized van, cook lK9c  top, 12v Iridgs, sink, porta potti,  sleeps 4, window tk* dual battery,  trailer hlch 1 wiring, $2500. Must  sel, or Irade lor tractor. 986-4208  K7C  22 KtC, CB. FWC 302    $9,900  23 Sangster HT. FWC 198 1,950  24 Bel Boy, Merc 118 10,900  26 Baykner Explorer '81 19,500  26 Campion Toba, dean 19,900  26 Tolycraft;79, reduced 32,500  28 Trendsetter 80, twins 29,900  30 Sea Ray 78, twins 52,000  32GrenM86,CB        32,500  KSw  22 ft. Lynwood 1991 Express 210  10'Davidson dinghy, $400; 10'l/g hp, V8 ��� 280 leg, hours 1020; wel  dingliy - wi lake outboad, $100; equipped; good lishing boat -  t Acorn lireplace, $50. 881-7449 make an offer. Berthed at Secret  (aMrlpm) K9c Cove 9226185 after Spm. K7w  1169  K9w  Garden Mix ��� Sand  Bark Mulch -Gravels  Have Dump-will travel  up lo 4 yd. loads  cal Dave 866-7348  79 VW passenger van, 2L luel  injected. Porthe engine, Immac.  cond! $5000. Must be seen. 686-  1904 K9c  78 BMW 3201 4 spd., sunroof,  mags, rebuilt engine, new dutch,  header, spare parts $2200 obo.  885-9152 Klc  .1971  79 TB��d 302auto, ph. |VW, p/b,  $750 685-4706 KSw  Wrecking high perl 79 Mus-  tangrtS 302. whole cm. 185-7233  K9w  79 Honda Accord, only 147,000  km, 5 spd. 4 door. Very reliable  $1250.8084510 Klc  '79 Poiche 924,72,000 ml., premium condition, $5100 obo. 886-  0181. N  79 Fold Fairmont, good running  condilion, nsw transmission,  exhaust. 815-5102. ss  I*  Brothers knitting machine No,  KHllt with rlbber and electric  knittei plus 3 different attachments Lots ol cone wool and pal-  leins $1000 firm 183-2117    is  Anlique wood burning cook stovs.  $600,885-3506. SS  Sears 9' gaiage dooi 1 opener  (new 1000 ea) $650.1654244 u  Obi. stainless steel sink w/iaps,  exc. cond, $60; 115.7144  tfns  Colour pencil portraits liom your  lavourite photo. Pets, lamily,  Iriends. 9'xtr. $35. Send cheque  01 M/O along with pholo lo P.O.  Box 291. Gibsons, BCVON IVO.  Pis. allow 1-1 wks. lor delivery.  Satisfaction guaranteed or money  refunded. *��  FIREWOOD FOR SALE  Dry ttr, $95 for plck-up load; green 81 Honda Accord. 4 dr auto. p/s.  alder/lii, $85 lor pick-up load, p/b, good cond. In/out sacrilice.  Dave 8859309. Ifns $1000 obo. 663-2830, 'PJ' Klw  '88 Mazda MX! GT Turbo, lully  loaded, $7500 with subs. $7000  without 885-3464 K7w  88 Chrysler 5111 Ave., velour inl,  new tiies, 56.058 km $10,500  113-9422 K7c  '18 Cavalier Z24. v 6 Pwr sunroof MM, Exc. cond $6,800 obo  Ml-7154 alt 5 30pm ss  11 Nissan Sentra 1 sp . led,  AM/FM cass. dack, new front tees,  exc cond,$4900ObO 9914837  IS  85 Grey Ford Ranger p/u w/Wack  canopy. 5 spd, v8, 77,000 km,  Mo  $3600 obo 1856511   i-J   19 Chrysler Daytona Turbo, red.  91.000km, lots ol options, sxc  shape. $7500. May hade lor boat  or Jeep. Tim. 1854215 alt. 5 or  8854623 KSC  '81 Toyota, diesel motoi, tuns  good,$500obo.8639775 K9w  '81 Cutlass Supreme. Maraon.  Exc. shape, needs molor work.  $1500.9854120 K9c  90 Dodge 5 pass Csravan. VI  EFI, t ownei, warranty trans-  lerrable, 55,000 km. very clean.  $10,500.8869764 eves ot cell-  220-1526. R7C  1991  91 Mercury Cougar, aulo. air.  powei. while, exc. cond. 35.000  kms. $15,000 obo 9883623   ss  '91 Sunbird SE. V6,5 sp, 2 di.  air. WI J cass $8900 686 2668  ss  COAST NEWS CLASSIFIEDS ���  THEY WORK FOR YOU!  65 Ford FI50 XLT, ext cab.  canopy. 351. s/nsw parls, gd  cond. $1900 9654106.        ss  1911  86 Dodge Caravan, auto. 5 pass.  capactty 9963842 K7w  86 Mazda cab phis, etc cond.  low kms, canopy, $5100. 886-  9143 K7C  '16 Toyota van. runs well, will  need shocks. $2500 8867584 a  88 Ford F450,13' box. w/power  tailgate. On piopane $13,400  obo 8683199. Ktc   1969   89 Fold F250 4x4 351. p/s. p/b  Approx. 50,000 mi. Exc. running  $10 900 obo 6868348      KSw  ���89 Ford F250, $11,500 obo Call  8660389 tfns  89 2-71 stepside 4x4. luly loaded.  must sel. 866-7414. SS  89 Bronco II XL silver. V6 5 sp  mss dean 1 comfortable. $9600  6652133 ss  whmn you  pay lor 2 Ineorilone  SO  FOR ONE INSERTION  in either the Mondoy or Weekender  Edition. Up lo 10 words; 25 cents  for each additional vrard.  A//.WW. ���,ih.       ^**t\*t\*m       Free: lost, Found* Fiee  pre-paid before insertion  Sue* Still ClaeeMlmde  $17 up to 10 words  $ 1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run until  you instruct us to cancel il  by clouJfted dttcKnt * Not available for commercial ocA*rfiMrj  Coast Nows  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  NUiMtay MMon Thwrselay MMon  NOON FRIDAY NOON TUISDAY  Gibsons 886-2622 Sechelt 885-3930  FAX 886-7725 FAX 885-3954  !  <.  ��� i Coast News, July 4, 1994  28. Motorcycles        129. Wanted to Re  12ft. Tri-hull l/glass boat, complete  with older 10 hp, $600.866-3699.  *27w  16 ft Fiontiersman canoe, $350  obo. 686-8579. K7w  22'6" Bayliner Skagil. 228 Merc  cruiser, F.W.C, alt cabin, Iwo  lishlinders, VHF 4 CB ladio. Will  consider 17' ��� 19' boal on trailer as  partial Irade. Call afler 5 pm. 886-  9468. K7c  SO 19.5 Silverline Cuddy, 1SS  Merc, motor 1 outdrive, very  dependable, comes w/ new boat  trailer, can be purchased separately. Asking $8000 w/o trailer or  $11 OOOw/Irailer 885-0621      SS  Light boal trailer. Good lor 12 -14  It alum boat or inflatable. Bearing  buddy and spare lire. $250.886  9497 K7c  Lighl boal trailer. Qood tor 12 -14  tt alum, boat or inflatable. Beaiing  buddy andspaie tire. $250, 886-  9497 K7c  19 It Campion hard lop, cuddy  cabin, hill canvas. Powered by 896  Mercruiser Iresh water cooled 5  litre V8/19S HP Very low hours,  used mostly lor mooching. Perfect  cond., clean inside & out, $9500  obo. 885-5025 ss  Wanled Classic wooden runabout. 866-2738 ss  27 It. Catalina sailboat, dinette. 4  sails, 2 yr. old o/b, assumable  moorage in Gibsons Marina, asking $16.900.885-2351. ss  Forced to sell, luxurious libreglass  Force 50 yacht, teak decks, 58 It.  of 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 diesel, radar,  Loran, satellite navigation, weather  lax, FM and ham radios, inboard  computers and much more Great  condition, will consider teal estate  trade. $190,000. Herb Craig 686-  2277 ss  18.5 It. Double Eagle hardtop.  1968 Merc. 470, deplh sounder,  radio, bait tank, immac. cond.,  hardly used, with trailer. $15,500  obo. 885-3277 ss  22 Bell Buoy rebuilt 302 and Merc  leg, convertible hardtop and canvas. VHF, lishlinder, trailer,  $12,000 Will considei part Irade  885-4019. ss  27' Concorde l.g. cabin cruiser.  318 Chrysler i/b, radar. VHF, CB,  sounder, compass, sleeps 4.  Excellent condition. Ready lo  cruise. $17,800.886-7240.     ss  18 ft. Fibreglass, Volvo I/O. boat.  Tandem axle trailer, $3600. 883-  2297. ss  25 ft. Reinell, deplh sounder, good  mech. condition. $9000 obo. 886  4670. ss  Heavy duty 50' float ramps built lo  suit. 883-2610 or 883-9290.    ss  28' Unilly fibreglass, brand new  motor and other extras, lull ol electronics. Reasonable price. George  866-8139. ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  99-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1992-1993  Evinrudes. Excellent condilion.  Lowe's Resort, 883-2456.      tin  24' work / pleasure boat, l/g on  wood, exc. cond., zero hours on  rebuill 318, new ex-manifolds, new  1.1, shall, wiring, painl. Full price  includes dinghy, oars, 9 hp motor.  $7900 8832990. ss  27. Mobile Homes  1978 Neonex double wide 24x36  Veiy good cond $24,900 includes  moving cost within 5 mi Robeits  Cieek to level pad 886-8549 alter  6 pm K8w  28. Motorcycles  '91 Honda CR 250, Pro-Circuit  pipe, o-ring chain, steel sprockets,  roost - boost, new paint 1 plastic.  Low miles Exc. cond. $3000.  reluctant sale, need cash. 886-  7205 ss  1964 750 Shadow, $2500 886  8952. K8c  '84 V65 Magna, new painl, new  tires, great shape. $2750 obo 886  9691 K7w  1983 Shadow 750, 33.000 km,  $1250.885.0269 K7W  1991 Honda VLX Shadow, 600 cc,  17,000 km. $2000 obo  1989  Honda Pacilic Coast. 600 cc.  10,000 km, $5000 obo 886-9511  K7w  Motorcycle repair 1 salvage. 885-  0109. K7w  1992 RD350LC, $1200 obo. 885-  2440. K7w  89 Suzuki GSXR 750 1400k.  $4900 obo. 999-0181 No test  plots. st  83 Suzuki Kalana 650, shaft drive,  dual Ironl disks, new bat, new leai  rubber, $950 obo 886-2297   tfns  '85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Nlnja.  Black, like new, 20,000 km.  $3,500.886-4616 aft. 7 pm.    ss  1980 CB 750 Cuslom  1981 CB 750  1981 GL 500 Silveiwing  1984 GS 750 E  1964 KX 60  1978 KZ 650 SR  1990 GSXR 1100  Vamaha Powerhouse Motorcycles,  1945 Field Rd.. 885-3137.      ttn  Powei House Motorcycle  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 VZ 125  1994 PT 180  1994 TW 200  1994 Timberwolt 250  1995 Banshee 350  1994 Kodiak 400 4x4 lln  29 Wanled  lo rent  "There's no place like home!"  Cozy, one bedroom Roberts Creek  house oi cabin needed July 15 loi  quiet, responsible working couple  w/cal Call 6864971 eves    tins  Responsible working, clean couple  looking lor 3 bdrm home w/garage  by Aug I Collect 1-9324138K9w  Roberts Creek home wanted: 2/3  bdrm, rent or buy 681-7427, or  683-5544 K9w  Responsible n/s, n/p.family seeks  reasonable renlal ol 3 bdrm or 2  bdrm w/den in Roberts Creek, by  Sept 1. Rels provided. 886-3309  K9w __  Young man requires long lerm  renlal in modest price range. No  parties, drinking, smoking, pets oi  damage to property. Ideal person  lor those who tear "the run ol the  mill' renter. Phone evenings 886-  2495 K��w  Working couple with 1 child looking  lor a 3 bdrm house, lor Sept t or  Ocl. t, Gibsons - Langdale area.  Have small dog 886-9744   K9c  Visiting retired couple needs 2  bdrm home/apt. w/view. Aug. only.  Sechelt to Roberts Creek. 915-  7370. K7w  3 bdrm house/mobile on acreage.  Local lamily t dog. 8864272.127c  DESPERATE  N/S lamily ml 3 children urgently  need a home - presently living In a  motel. Preler long term renlal or  renl to own. Darryll 685-9404 days.      K9c  Above average tenants: pint, couple over 50 require 3 bdrm home,  immed. Quiel setting. Roberts  Creek to Hallmoon Bay. Chris 1-  852-1978 #29w  Prol. couple w/2 kids, seeks bright,  well maintained w/l oi w/view  home. Would considei trading our  Queen's Park, New Wesl heritage  home. N/S, N/P, needed Aug, or  Sepl. lor 1 yr. Colled, 522-7279  alter 5 pm. 1 wknds. K7c  Responsible working couple  looking lor a 2 ��� 3 bdrm house for  long lerm rental. Refs. avail. Pender Harbour area only. 883-2212.  ss  For Rent For Rent  Gibsons Langdale  |   Sechelt & District  34. Help Wanted  SHARED ACCOMMODATION  Urge cosy home, n/s, n/p, hot tub,  piano. 2 Ige bdrms. Seeking quiel  lemale 40*. $400/mo Includes utilities 886-3779. K7w  TOWNHOUSES/CONDO  Two bedioom lownhouse, includes  all appliances, $775 per  month plus utils.  APARTMENTS  Two bedroom apartment, rent  includes heal and hot waler, $600  per monlh.  Two bedroom waterlront apartment, large deck, great view, $650  including hydro, no pets.  Two bedroom, side by side duplex,  $475 per month plus utilities.  One bedroom, view, lower Gibsons, $550 plus utilities.  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Must be willing  to relocate. Salary dependent on experience.  Send resumelo: Deerline  Sales Lid., Box 2B80,  Westlock, AB. TOG 2LO,  Phone; 1(403)349-3391,  AIIMIIPiU-DateLMsyjiL  NEEDED: EXPERIENCED OIHIald picker operators wilh hoisting certificates and bedlruck operators withglnpole experience. Must be willing tn  relocate. Send resumes  to: Jo-Ann Trucking, Fax:  1(403)362-4015.  SKIDDER WANTED Must  beCalJ.D.orTlmberJack  Llneskidder. Also wanted  J.D. or other skldders lot  pane. Also wanted mid  70s i ton flatdeck truck.  8323418^  JULUM&.  STEEL BUILDINGS:  'Cheaper Than Wood".  Quonsel-Stralghtwall  quonset, Structural Steel  Buildings. B.C. Company,  we won't be undersold.  Service end eallslactlon  guaranteedlWetlern Steel  BuHtfnos 1600-665-9800,  TRAMPOLINE8 FACTORY Direct. 13 Fool  Square MMl Bounce, 16  Fool Round Mega  Bounce. 1600663-2261.  SPASISPASISpael Limited Oiler. Wholesale  priced spaa now available  In your aree. Sterling al  11791. complete. Canada's leading wholesale  slore. Call Now (604)420-  ****** am.tr.  NEW COMICS, fantasy  games and releted Kerns  by mall from established  Maoris retailer. Monthly  catalogue. Phone lor details. Curloue Cornice  (604)314-1166 ask lor  mallnirterrtapt  MOBILE HOMES  CUSTOM DE8IONED  Manulactured Homes.  Whybuyotlalolwhanyou .  can customize any plan to  your own personal taste.  Pre-owned homes also  available. Noble Homes  1(403)447-3414.  _PfBSON��L_  THE WORLD has had  enough ol hunger, Injustice end war. In answer lo  ourneed, the Christ Is back  In a physical bodyl Why?  Where? Phone 999-8272  (Tara), P.O. 15270, Van-  -r. ubrx"-  couuarJLC  ua  SUFFERING FROM  chronic fatigue, energies,  arthritis or have history ol  cancer In your lamlly?Fof  aeeno^iieoflnenonpeok.  ege call ]___a__j  2 bdim beach front lor July 1 Aug.  $300/wk. 8B6-6435 K9w  2 bdrm basement suite, lower Gib-  sons. Backyard, laundiy. $550/mo.  Pager # 650-7731 or 872-2005  *30w   1 1 2 bdrm trailers, small pets,  $450-$500, plus ulil 686-3331  K9w   New! View! Bright 1 bdrm base-  ment suile. Walk lo lerry $475/mo  N/S. n/p, 886-2949 #29c  1 bdrm sell contained bachelor  suite. $400/mo ��� 1/3 hydro. 886-  3249 alter 6 pm K9w  2 bdrm newer house along Ireed  creekside, Gibsons. Garage,  fence, w/d, d/w. Near mall, school,  bus. refs a musl. $8507mo Avail.  Aug 1.1-7390493 #29c  Waterlront home. 3 bdrm, 2 balh,  large kitchen, 2 l/ps, sauna, large  sundeck. Avail immed, reasonable  rent. Call 925-2107 K9c  623 Hwy 101 2 bdrm w/view. Very  large sundeck 1 yard $700/mo  Drive-by 1 phone colled Jim or  Marilyn. 596.5466 K9c  Duplex. 3 bdrm, 2 balhs, f/p. 4  appl, deck, fantastic view of bar.  bour. Close lo everything. N/S a  must. $800/mo Avail July t. 888-  2352 ��29c  Waterlront!! Panoramic view 4  bdrm, 3 balhs, executive home on  the waler at Langdale. Loads ol  deck, lamily rm plus potential  granny suite downstairs. Private  setting, 5 min. walk lo lerry. Close  to school. Lease preferred, phone  886-8337 lor details KSw  Bacheloi suite wMew, quiel, walk  to lerry, own entrance t deck  $375 ��� util. N/S, n/p 886-7490  KSw  Hopkins Landing, Point Rd, water-  Iron! house, 3 bdrm (or 2 * den). 2  bths. Furnished if required. Avail  Sept-June $950/mo, nils, n/p. rets.  8S6-6919 KSw  Deluxe 3 bdrm duplex. Avail Aug  1 $850/mo. 686-8287       KSw  3 bdrm, 4 appl, l/p, ground level  hall of house. $675/mo Inclu. heat.,  hydro, cable. 8863084     KSw  Lovely 4 bdrm, 2 bath home, West  Gibsons, $850/mo. Phone 10 ��� 5  pm, 922-7593, weekends, 865-  9518. Klc  Summer renlal, 2 bdrm view suits,  across yacht dub. 886-9737.K9C  Furnished bachelor suit, Qibsons,  near Marina, avail. Immed;  $468*10:888-7320,      - K7w  Executive home in prestige subdi- -  vision. Gieal ocean view. Near  shopping and (antes. 5 bdrms, 3  baths, l/p's, living, dining, pano-  lamic deck. Laige tec ana oi  gianny suite downstalis. Rats.  Aug. 1. Lease avail. $1275/mo.  8866731. KTW  1 bdim and bachelor apartments.  $400 and $500/mo. 8856009.K7C  1 bdim self-contained suite, Lower  Gibsons, 9116776 2 pm - 5 pm or  683-5000 9 am -6pm.      K7w  2 bdim townhome, lireplace,  mountain view, $700/mo  2 bdrm apartment, veiy well maintained, $650/mo.  NRS Secheh Reedy Ltd.  M5-9093  tin  Seima Park waterlront, 2 bdrm  upper house, avail. July 15.  $750/mo 926-3991, Lyn    K9w  Avail. Immed, beach front cozy studio lor resp. person. $500/mo.  885-6079 127c  Wilson Cieek -1 bdim trailer, also  smal! trailer suitable 1 adull,  Cedars Trailer Court. 885-3313  ��29c  Artists Studio in Middlepoint  $300/mo. 883-9899 K7c  House - small 3 bdrm, view, bright,  ideal lor sm lamily, n/s, n/p.  $700/mo. Lease, rels req'd. 872-  3516eves/wknds #29c  5 bdrm w/l house, nal. gas. heat 1  water, 1,5 km Irom Sechelt. avail.  Aug. 1. rels req'd Suitable lor lamily. $900/mo 665-5474      #29c  Small cosy 1 bdrm house, suit  mature, quiel, resp. lady, n/s, s/p.  $490 ��� utll. 885-2045        ��28w  1 bdrm bsmt suile, Davis Bay.  $450/mo 11/4 util. 815-0159K8W  Privale 3 bdim, 2 balh. 1/2 acre,  Welcome Woods near school.  $600/mo (negotiable) Ken 885-  6277 ��26w  3 bdim on acre. Sunshine Heights,  avail. July 15, $900/mo. Also, t  bdrm avail now. $450.885-9341 or  815-2552 K6w  2 bdim suite. 5 appliances, natural  gas 1 hot water supplied, $650.  995-3417 alter 6 pm.        KSc  Cosy 2 bdim suits near Tillicum  Marina, w/s, avail. July 1, $485.  8156461, lv. massage, 9394455.  Ktc  I bdim. suite, Seima Park,  $525/mo, avail, immed. 185.7719.  K7c  Inlet View Guest Houss. Furnished, accommodates 6. Daily,  weekly rentals. 8854490   Klw  OOOO 8EX lor seniors.  Overoome all Impotence  problems caused by aging, medications, surgery,  debetesetcQetthelacia:  Performance Medical,  80x411, Velemount,ac.  PtTl  _______  ASSISTANT CURLING  Club Manager/Ice Assist,  ant, 7 monlh seasonal  position. Previous experl-  ence prelerred. Forward  resume by July 8, lo:  Chilliwack Curling Club,  P.O. Box 102. Chilliwack,  EXPERIENCED NEWS  Reporter/Photographer  required lor dally townsman. Union scale, excellent benelils. Resume to:  C. Murray, 822 Cranbrook  St. N . Cranbrook, B.C.  vicjbs.   CABINETS 1/2 PRICE. In  stock, countertops/vanj.  ties also. Cash 1 Carry  Cabinet Warehouses:  "4278       Lougheed.  Burnaby 298-9277  "19700 Langley Bypass,  Langley 534-7273  " BOO Cloverdele Ave.,  Viclorle475-1159  "56M1!hAve���Campbe��  River, B.C. 287-9767.  "2580   Bowen    Rd,  Nanaimo 756-9229.  "1868    Spall    Rd.,  Kelowna, 860-6638,  MOBILE HOME!  BUY FACTORY Direct.  Savethousandsol dollars,  Ridgewood Homes, B.C.'s  XI selection ol manufactured homes. 14X70' starting al $36,900. Free Inlo:  99MU4.  AFFORDABLE HOUSING. Previously owned  14', 18' and doublewlde  mobile homes lor sale. As  low as 15,000. Many up-  Rredes. Conlacl Bob or  arryal 1(403)9734617.  IRISH SETTER Puppies,  great companions, championship Inee, heath guar-  antees.Laureen(Frultvale,  B.C.) evenings 1-367-  7596. Valerie (Vancouver  I. B.C.I11-743-2191,   HBB    _  RECREATIONAL LAND  For Sale by Owner. Smal  lots to large acreagea.  Oceanlront, lekelrom,  streams, ranchland ��� l��  celed throughout BC.'  Terms available. Free brochure Nlho Land a Cattle  Company Ltd. 621-7200,  110 ACRE PRIVATE Island. Cenlre Island west  coasl Vancouver Island.  Some Umber, subdlvld-  able, 2 miles oceanlront,  lamaalcflehlng. 1440,000.  Richard Osborne Realty  World, While Rock  (604)631.5561.  CHALLENGE GROWING  Government debll Local  agents required in rural BC  io soldi support lor Canadian Taxpayers Federation. Auto required. 17232-  59AAve, Surrey V3S5S5.  P!Ml��^.;-��7l.1771  IIBYICH  WE TAKE The Fear Out  01 ICBC. Major ICBC In-  luryclalms.JoelA Wener,  trial lawyer lor 25 years.  Celllree1-800-665-l138.  Contingency lees. SI mon,  " Witt,  Wener a I  TRAVEL  NANCY GREENE Lodge,  Whistler Spring Special.  Comty accommodations.  Ralestiomtsgmldweekand  179 weekends. Limited  space.Cam-800-667-3363.  WHISTLER-BOOK Now-  Spring elding 200' Irom  Quicksilver Ouadchalr.  Underground perking,  lacuxil, pool. Seattle  Seahawks alay with Sea  To Sky Condo/Hotel.  Rentalal -100-667-5529,  Fax:(604)938-9611.  1 bdim apt. Lower Gibsons, very  dean, walk to all amenities, laundry, quiet. $550/mo. 886-3420.  K7c  Large immaculate, 1 bdim ground  level suite, dose to beach, 10 minutes liom lerry. N/S, no pets.  $550/mo. incl. utilities, washei /  diyer.AvsilJulyt5 116.9596.  K7c  Two bedioom lownhouse, nice 1  clean, lireplace, 6 appliances.  Avail. Immed. $750. 7337211 or  186-3218.  WATERFRONT  on Franklin Road, lully furnished.  Sepl. t lo June 30.1995 737-  1136. K7c  I bdrm apis, lowei Gibsons Large  patio, private garden, bright 1  sunny. New kitchen and bath ,  laundiy, carpets, mini blinds. Oulei  and secure. $820/mo. 186-3420  im  Langdale studio suite, spedacdai  view, l/p. w/d. walk lo ferry, util  indu. $525/mo 886-2891    K9c  Charming 2 bdrm cabin, Roberts  Creek waterfront. Weekly rentals  through summer. 1184514 K9w  3 bdim rancher t Wk from beach.  $800/mo,886-6805 K9c  Spadous 2 bdrm duplex, rusl setting, 2 min. hom Qibsons, avail  Juty15.$60(Vmo.6064292.Ktc  For Ront  Sechell & district  2 large bdim house, carport, basement. Avail July 15 NS Neat  marina. MOO/mo. 1966914 #29w  4 bdrm bouse, on acreage, 4 appl,  aval Aug 1, $800/mo suil loi lamily  9256730. *29w  Hallmoon Bay  Pender Harbour  i Dorm state in nouse near  Cove, $40O/mo incl. util. 865.5448  Klw  Vacation Rental ��� 4 bdim. executive home with waterfall, beach  docks, volley ball and hot tub on  Sakinaw Lake, road access,  $850/week. 155-5157. ss  32 Commercial  For Renl  300 sg ft olfice space lot rent In  professional building In Gibsons,  on 800 block ol Sunshine Coasl  Hwy. Available immed. For lurther  information ooMactM5-573t tin  "���        l -. ��� : 1  1200 sq ft live front located In  busy small Plata oil Hwy 101. Exc.  foi business ollice. Long lerm  lease aval., no triple net, under $1  per sq It. Newly renovated. Call  Marie or Olen at 111-7010 oi  Lome colled 7376081 Hn  Retail/Office space downtown  Sechell, approx. 5000 sq. It., main  Iloor. Call Marg al NRS Sechell  Realty Ltd. lor details, 985-2235tln  HIGH PROFILE LOCATION  1200 sq. ft. house across Irom  Trail Bay Mall. Exc. lot business  office or home based business.  Long lerm lease available. Nalural  gas heat, leasehold Improvements  acceptable. Call 885-7161. Klc  Meeting room: downlown Sechell,  accomm. 30, suitable tor business  seminars, workshops, sic. 885-  5552. 127c  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek hal available. Wheelch ail lacilities. 885-  275201885-9683. tin  Roberts Creek Hsl, aval, dances,  parties, wsddlngs. Yvonne 686-  7615. Ifn  VOCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 6  CAREER PLANNING PROGRAM  Are you unemployed, on Income  assistance, or receiving unemployment insuiance benelils? Apply  now tor an Innovative 8 wk job  search skills/career planning program sponsored by Employment 1  Immigration Canada. The program  covers: ��� sell-assessment, career  exploration, planning t change,  job markets trends, resume 1 covering letter writing: networking,  conducting a systematic job  search, interview preparation 1 follow-up: ��� Ihe approach is Interactive 1 practical, you will commence  your job search during the program  ml staff assistance i group support: ��� training allowance is avail,  candidates will be selected by  interview. The program is offered  In Gibsons. Proposed start-up date  is July 11. Foi lurther inlormation  phone/lax 886-0099 K9w  Need computer training? Continuing summer courses. Sunshine  Coast Computer College Inc. 885-  3366 K9w  Residenl caretaker, year round  position available at Shoreside  facility at Garden Bay lor energetic  couple experienced in facility man-  lenance and carpenlry required  Housing provided. Competitive  salary and benefits. Send lesume  w/qualificalions to Box "W c/o Box  68 Sechelt VON 3A0 Klc  Applications now being accepted  lor breakfast/lunch cook. Send  resume lo: Lord Jim's Resorl  Hotel. Box 19 JR Site, Halfmoon  Bay, VON 1Y0 or lax to 185-7036.  Applications may be dropped otl al  Lord Jim's, Ole Cove Road, Hallmoon Bay. K9c  Experienced telemarketer lor local  lirm. Part time, $7/hr. Resume lo  Box 128, Gibsons, BC       KSc  Come and join our team! SCACL  (Sunshine Coasl Association lor  Community Living) is NOW seeking applicants for casual reliel and  various other shifts in our Semi-  Independent residence in Sechelt.  This is an opportunity to use your  skills and enthusiasm to encourage and support adults with a  mental handicap lo enhance Iheir  living skills DON'T DELAY SEND  YOUR RESUME TODAY! Or con-  lad Leslie at 815-7455 lor lurther  inlormation. SCACL Box 165  Sechell BC VON 3A0 or deliver  your resume lo 310 Teredo Sq  Resumes Requested ASAP K9c  Sechelt law office tequires legal  secretary. Must be motivated and  organized, must type 60 wpm,  know WP5.0. Legal experience an  asset. 9952626 K9c  Expeiienced litigation secretary  required immediately. Send  resume lo: Welsh 1 Gray, Box 130  Sechelt BC, VON 3A0 or lax 885-  5154 K9c  Join our learn and experience a  new concept ol community living  lor an people! Communily Advocacy Sociely supporting a handicapped young adul presently have  an opening lor a lifeskills/compan-  ion peison. $1 f/hr to start. Related  experience and reliable car  isquired. Gentle, committed people only please. Reply in confidence, Box 425 c/o Coast News,  Box 460, Gibsons, BC.      KSc  Pharmasave #122 Gibsons,  requires a part-lime post office  clerk lor our busy sub post ollice. II  you have previous post olfice  experience and would like part  lime employment, send youi  resume lo: Pharmasave #122, RR  K S3 C26 Gibsons, BC VON IVO.  Attn: Debbie. tin  COOK WANTED  Cedars Pub, permanent position.  Some expeiience required. Wage  negotiable. Apply in person  between 8 am -11 am, Mon.-Frl-  day or lv. resume at the bar. K7w  HANDYMAN WANTED  Hallmoon Bay household requires  experienced carpenter, etc., own  tools, lor occasional jobs, long  lerm. Reply wtth hourly rale, references 1 phone �� lo PO Box 2929,  Vancouver, V6B 3X4,        #27c  Cooks. Apply in person, Irvines  Landing Marine Pub. Ask lor  Jessie or Wayne. #28c  Assemble light products al home.  Excel. Income, easy work. Call lor  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 623-2380  ext A74. lln  35 Business and  Home Services  Aa CARPENTRY REPAIRS  Changing doors, windows, bathrooms. Renovations, reroofing, siding, painting. 20 years experience.  Reasonable rales. Norman, 886  -0506 K9w  Yaid clean-up, garbage removal.  Seniors discount. Call 885-5615  Brushcuttlng ��� Weedeating ���  Lawn cutting ��� Rubbish removal  ���Powetwashlng-1156737  Hd water lanks, plumbing, repairs,  reasonable. Barry, 115-4474 or  185-7443 K9c  Carpenter Available  Res/comm framing. Inlerior residential linishing. Michael, 686-  0041 K9c  Plans 1 Design. Call Diane Mellor.  981-3171 K9c  PAINTING  Call Jack lor your painting needs.  886-0070 KSw  MAJESTIC LANDSCAPE  Lawn/landscape maintenance,  weedeating, brushculting, hedge  trimming/planting, rotolilling, turf  laying, low maintenance landscaping, cleanups, lubbisb removal,  etc. 8856737 Klw  Gibtont MibiU  Sin Strviei  Plainsawn, QuQgg0fl4*ai  & Bevel  886-3468  BUDGET  VIDEO  requires young &  energetic people  for part-time help  Hand deliver resume  to Budget Video  Qibsons Park Plaza  Tues ��� Fri  10am-Spm  GLASSFORD  PRESS LTD.,  publisher of  THE    SUNSHINE  COAST NEWS  & WEEKENDER  requires sales 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 Coatt News  Attn. Simone Carlysle-Smitli  Box 460  Cibsons, B.C.  VON IVO  Dump Runs. Will remove anything,  anywhere, anytime. Reasonable  rates. 8867774 Klw  HOWS TRANSFER  Economy shipping. Between main,  land and Sunshine Coast. Constr-  cution snd agricultural supply our  specialty. Free estimates. 886-  7774 K8w  Hit People  Yard maintenance, ntw landscaping, rework old landscaping, weekly cuts, inside repairs, low rales,  exc. rels. 886-9593 Mic  BARRY'S  WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE  Metal 1 vinyl tiding cleaned, gut-  lets cleaned In 1 out. 1W-3277.  RITEWAY PAINTERS  Inlerior, exterior, pressure wash-  ing, qualily workmanship; satisfaction guaranteed 25 yrs experience Bob, 685-4804 Klc  BOB'S RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard clean up, elc. Will remove  whatever haunts you. Quick, courteous seivice 885-4804     Klc  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  Communily Kitchens is looking lor  s coordinator to run the monthly  cooking sessions a lo plan and  publicize lor the program- Host  lamilies are needed loi Japanese  students foi 4 wks through July 1  Aug ��� Volunteers are needed lor a  program lhat provides services lo  victims 1 witnesses ol crime. Ful  training S support provided ��� A coordinator is needed for the Sechell  lood bank, this is a responsible  position with flexible hrs 1 a great  opportunity tor the right person. ��� A  handy person is needed by an arts  group in Sechelt lo assist wilh  maintenance 1 basic garden care.  Veiy flexible hrs- A scale model is  needed ol a heritage building on  the Coast. All measurements are  avail, but a volunteer is needed lo  bulk) Ihe model Call The Sunshine  Coasl Volunteer and Inlormation  Centie 895-58111 oi lax 885-9493  K7c  Wanted caretaker lor mutl lamily  island in Howe Sound area. House  provided. Available Augusi 1994.  Ideal lor couple. Send resume and  relerences to C Wilson. 3441 W  1st Ave. Vancouver VSR 1G6K7C  Professions! Watch, Clock  and Jewelry Repairs  Scandinavian educated. 30 years  experience. Cell 1850824 Aarne  or leave a message. Mic  misiowo  Vinyl 1 cedar exteriors, soffits 1  lascia. Fred Cocker 8151015,  eel. 1810-1510. Mic  WILL 8 LAWN CARE  Lawn mowing, weed eating. 885-  7733 K7w  WILLS WINDOW WASHING  Reasonable rales 115 7733 K7w  wilh hands on experience in psycho-geriatrics; lo develop and  implement an educational program  lor facility stall on Ihe Sunshine  Coasl; program duration approximately six weeks,; to commence  fall 1994. Foi more inlormation  contad Rob Kolen, 115-5121. local  m   For Prolessional Resumes and letters call Tricia at CONFIDENTIAL  116-4740 KSc  Experienced cook required lor  Cafetino Krdd Cale. 185-7621.  K7w  Sunshine Coast Employment  Agency. 1132112. Full oi p/l.  Temporary, summer relief, ollice  personnel, clerks, bookkeeping,  receptionists Call loday lor all your  employment needs K7w  TANKS  UNLIMITED  TANKS OF ALL TYPES  ��� Water, Fuel. Chemicals  ��� Polyethelene  ��� Fiberglass ULC Fuel  ��� Custom Fabrication  ��� Septic FRP & Poly  TIM  885-8381  Pine antique style wardrobes, lurniture, etc. custom built and hand  painted designs 885-2005  K7c  ���ENOUGH IS ENOUGH"  Enough ol those chipped sinks and  bathtubs! Well fix rt< 5 yr warranty  On The Spot Relinishers. 815.  6057 K7w  - .   . Coast News, July 4, 1994  19  35^o^^S|35^Sces|36W-~d  HOUSEHOLD MAINTENANCE  Carpentry, painting, general  ���epairs, quality wotk, good prices,  10 yrs. exper. Keith Wiles 815-  3272 KSw  BID PRESSURE WASH  ENVIRO FRIENDLY CLEAN  AGENT  'or vinyl, aluminum.siding, paint  stripping, concrete walkways, driveways, decks, RVs, boats elc.  586-0055 K6w  HORIZON GLASS  LIMITED  Rpixialisliig in commercial &  ntMdmtialaUiitig  Over 29 yean cxpcrtiM  Competitive, prompt w-rvin-  CallU5-SIS3  QUALITY WOODWORK  Home Remodelling, Finishing  We look at all |obs big or small.  For prompt, quality work at an  affordable price, call Art Diss-  breeht 885-3372 or 185-7t8t. tfn  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping ��� Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranteed  Work, Free estimales. 995-2109.  tfn  36 Work Wanted  Painting - New home and commer-  rial. 10 yrt. experience. 915-2005.  K7o  CATHY*  HONE CLEANING  Gel youi houss clesned professionally. Bondable with references  916^860 Klw  SENIORS DISCOUNT  Home repairs 1 renovations. Satisfaction guaranleed Dan 886-3014  K7c  HORIZON  pellet STOVES  No sattke, No Chimney!  Dealer for Jimritown  Emirolire, Trmpol  Avent  CA1AMMISS  COASTUNE FENCING  Wooden* Chain LWt  Oecka* Porches  CaM after 6pm SSC-221S Bob tfns  HOMIOWNUU  HILM.INI  At���Mb  KuUMTM  CABINS TO CAITLES  Design, renovation, remodel.  Framing to lockup. 1880380,888-  0684 (vw. ttn  LAWN 4 GARDEN  Fruit UN pruning and spraying,  garden renovations, retaining  walls, hedge trimming, general  deanup. Cal 186-0110.        tin  CULTURED HARM  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, bathe and  showsi panels, CSA approved.  Free estimales. Tom Sealy 863-  2978. tin  NOTICE OF INTENTION  TO APPLY FOR A  DISPOSITION OF  CROWN LAND  Tike notice that Frank Pronk, David R. Hutchinson,  Philip G. Crowe and Michael C.Crowe of Madeira  Paik B.C., occupation programmer, programmer,  serviceman and lawyer, respectively, intend to make  application to the Ministry of Crown Lands regional  oflice in Victoria lor a Licence -Aquatic Lands of  land generally situated near Bull Pesiage on  Lasqueti Island, British Columbia and more  specifically described below:  Commencing at a poet planted on North West  Quarter of Section 6, Lasqueti Wand, Plan 4112N,  Nanaimo Land District, unsuveyed foieshote or  land covered by water being part of the bed of Bull  Passage, as shown on the sketch attached and  containing 0.052 Hectares, more or len, 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', than back to the  the Point of Commencment and containing 0.052*  Hectares ha more or leu.  The purpose lor which the land is requited 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 lhat any response to this Advertisement  win be considered to be part of the public record.  For information, contact a Freedom of Information  Adviior at the B.C. Lands Vancouver Island Region  Office. Telephone (604) 387-5011.  ri"--' r*"%i  D  > __ ��� mw  Po.  ssoge  .t/l  8--  -��. 6  Lasqu  en   Island  Carpenter, lootings, foundations. Protesslonsl couple requires N/S  additions. Relerences available. In-home child care lor 10 mo old,  Travel agent 6 yis experience,  Appollo or Sabre. Sales oriented.  Relocating to Coasl Aug 1, looking  lor p/l or l/t. colled, Mary t-932-  _\ K9W  Trained heallh care worker ml 14  yrs experience available now lot  short term or long term. Live-In  care lor the elderly or disabled.  Phone 666-4668 ��9w  Lifeguard able lo teach and play  waler sale al beach. Call Kim,  M6-4843 ��gw  Class I sir driver seeks work. Living accom. in Sschslt 1 Burns-  by.W.H.Y? 1-5438143 eves K9c  Need a diver? Anything, anywhere, anytime! Replacing zincs,  hull cleaning, WCB certilied.  Kevin. 685-0466 KSc  885-7977, lv. message.     Klc  Overnight care to elderly or Children, relerences, bondable. 188-  9879. K5w  COOL RUNNINGS  One ton truck available lor hauling,  rubbish removal, moving, yard  maintenance, rotolilling, odd jobs.  915.3917. tins  Quality painting, also gardening  and general labour. Steven  Bethune 865-3276. K7w  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard clean up, lighl moves, odd  jobs, quick Iriendly service. 885-  9694.328-1811 ceU. KSc  M,T,W, w/light housekeeping. Rets  reqd. 888-4001 K9w  Babysitting (anytime) relerences,  bondable 991-9979.        ��35w  Langdale Day Care  Quality licenced family daycare.  Bright, well equipped ml qualified  supervision. Also taking registration for fall. 886-7646        K9w  Summei Daycare. Will work  around your schedule. Can pick up  and deliver to summer programs.  896-9203. K7w  Unllcenced lamily daycare,  Roberts Creek has immed. opening, lor child under 3 yrs. Rels.  885-0950. tfns  38 Business  Opportunities  Well established, ladles consignment clothing buslnsss - good  clientele. Lois ol potential. Priced  lo seH. RRK, S9, C7, Gibsons, BC  KSw  38. Business  Opportunities  ApOLiARSTORt  MANCHISI  OPPORTUNITY  JOIN THE FASTEST  GROWING RETAIL CONCEPT  IN NORTH AMERICA  Total investment 550,000  to   560,000   dependent  upon slie of store. Existing  are available plus  Wrile to:  1201-321 ST. JUUAN ST.  DUNCAN, B.C.WL3SJ  House cleaning and house sitting,  references, bondable. 686-9979.  *35w  Remodelling, buist pipes, hoi  water lanks. plugged drains, leaky  faucets. Call Paul 888-9420139w  TOP FINISHING CARPENTER  Available - lots of references.  Ross, 115-3703 KSw  ���VERSATILE TRACTOR CO.  Havs youi gaiden prepared by  heavy duty tractor with plow and  rototiller, 743 Bobcat to backfill,  with landscape rake. Also small  excavator to InsM driveways, peptic lanks, small foundations wHh  small dump buck to remove rubbish or geneial cleanup, 8864859  Klw  Secretarial/clerical position. FuH,  pert-time or temporay. Resume ml  references avail. Cal Gaby el 885-  8819 K9w  WAYNE'S SERVICES  Gardening, gas weedealer, lawns,  giound maintenance, window  washing. 998-2999 132c  DRYWALL TAPER  ���Save Money!1 You board, IH tape.  15 yrs experience. Qualily sendee.  1155584 Klw  JUL  ��5  ^  N  b^  Happy Days lamily daycare, has  openings tor 2 tt, 1 p/l, Welcome  Woods area. 995-0470, UsaK9c  Wing to babysit In my home, Mon  thru Friday, days. Welcome  Woods area. 8954344     Ktw  Hot new M.LM. line jewelry. Paid  weekly, no monthly requirement.  Upline sponsors downline - those  tha cell aller you sre you downline. 815-9693. K7c  1200-1500 weekly! Assemble  produds at home. Easy! No Selling! Direct payment. Fully Guaranteed. No experience necessary.  Call 24 hrs. 1-504-641-7778  ext:208 K7w  ��� ���  *���  TRY  SLUING  UNWANTED  ITEMS  IN THE  COAST  NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!  41. Legal  Buy,  sell,  NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND  OTHERS  Notice is hereby given to creditors  and others having claims against  the estate ol Jacob Andrew Cha-  ban, deceased, formerly of 4902  Panorama Drive, Garden Bay, BC  are required lo ssnd lull particulars  of such claims to the underskjnec  executor at RR1 Cooper's Site C  6, Hallmoon Bay, BC, VON 1Y0  on or belore the 31sl day ol July  1994, after which dale the estate')  assets will be distributed, havinj  regard only to the dalms that havt  been received. - Richard Ian Cur  rle. Executor                K9w  27 NEWPORT SLOOP 119,900  Lovely cruiser in vry nice condition. Atm 4 LB, dodger, good  electronics and assumuable moorage al Gibsons Marina. 686-2628  K9w  trade,  collect the  whole set!  ...in the  COAST  NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  BULLETIN BOARD  HOYAl  HORACES BUILDING,  5477 WHARF RD., SECHELT, B.C.  ���  BOX 800, VON 3AO  ���   885   2261  MONDAY, JULY 4,1994  Parks Committee  Thursday, July 7th at 2:00 p.m.  Public Utilitiea Committee  Thursday, July 7th to follow Parks Committee  Provincial Emergency Program  Thursday, July 14th at 3:00 p.m. at Sechelt Fire Hall  Regular Board  Thursday, July 14th at 7:30 p.m.  Pender Harbour "A" and "B" class permits can be applied for  at John 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" dais permits can be applied  for at the Fire Hall, 885-7017.  Robert! Creek: No outdoor burning permitted until further  notice (including screened barrels).  West Howe Sound (Clbtont): No outdoor burning permitted  until further notice.  "A" Clast Permits ��� Land clearing, machine on site;  follow Ministry of Environment guidelines and local  restrictions.  "B" Clan Permits ��� yard clean up of vegetation  grown nn that nmnertv. No other fuel permitted, eg.  construction wood waste, garbage paper, boxes,  etc. are not permitted to be burned.  TAKE NOTICE THAT newly implemented Sunshine Coast  Regional District Bylaw 399, Municipal Ticketing Information  Utilization (MTI), will be in effect as of July 4,1994.  Bylaw 399 authorizes designated Bylaw Enforcement Officers  to act on behalf of the Sunshine Coast Regional District Board  in issuing tickets for infractions of the following Bylaws:  ��� Bylaw 86,1974 - Revised Water Rates and Regulations  Bylaw  ��� Bylaw 310,1987 - Zoning Bylaw  ��� Bylaw 337,1990 - Electoral Area A Zoning Bylaw  ��� Bylaw 294,1985 - Noise Suppression Bylaw  ��� Bylaw 126,1976 - Building & Plumbing Bylaw  ��� Bylaw 314,1987 - Dog Regulation & Impounding Bylaw  ��� Bylaw 351,1991 - Soil Removal & Deposit Permit Bylaw  Offenses under these bylaws will be ticketed for pre-set fines  not exceeding $500.00.  Bylaw 399 is available for viewing during regular office hours.  ODD numbered houses will be permitted sprinkling on the  I following days:  * ���   Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 7 -10 a.m.  I    ���   Monday, Wednesday, from 7 - 9 p.m,  j NOTE: NO SPRINKLING FRIDAY EVENINGS  I 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.  1 NOTE: NO SPRINKLING SATU8IUV FVFNINGS  1 Note: Only 1 Sprinkler per Property is Permitted  I ATTENTION:     PLEASE TURN OFF ALL SPRINKLERS IN  I THE EVENT OF A FIRE IN YOUR AREA  li  tl  I  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 July 31,1994.  If you have not received your bill, please contact our office at  885-2261 and we will check our records. Please quote street  address, legal description or folio number when inquiring  about your bill.  SUNSHINE COAST REGIONAL DISTRICT  PREQUALIFICATION OF CONTRACTORS  for  THE GIBSONS & DISTRICT PUBLIC LIBRARY  The Sunshine Coast Regional District invites submissions for  pre-qualification of general contractors for construction and  related site development of the Cibsons & District Public  Library, South Fletcher Road, Cibsons, B.C. Anticipated tender  date to be late summer, early fall, 1994.  The work of this contract will consist of the construction of a  new 650 sq. meter Library with covered parking. The building  is designed by Ib C. Hansen Architect Ltd.  The structure consists of concrete spread footings and poured  in-place concrete columns, walls and floor slabs, basement  parking and in-fill non-structural steel stud partition walls and  steel structure roof on main floor. The building is fully  sprinklered. Site development includes asphalt and concrete  paved areas and associated hard and soft landscaping areas.  Contractors must demonstrate expertise in the construction of  similar public building projects (i.e. type of structure and use  designation) to prequalify.  CCA. Document No. 11, (available from the Amalgamated  Construction Association of British Columbia, 3636 East 4th  Avenue, Vancouver, B.C phone: (604) 294-3766, some copies  are also available at the SCRD office), must be used for  submissions together with examples of recently completed  projects, a corporate profile and resumes of those staff  proposed to manage and supervise the project must be  included. In addition interested Contractors shall complete a  one page questionnaire which is to be obtained from the  SCRD office.  Submissions will be received until 5:00 p.m. local time, July 22,  1994 at the Sunshine Coast Regional District office.  All contractors submitting for pre-qualification consent to allow  the Sunshine Coast Regional District, to verify the information  provided in their submission. Any submission not necessarily  accepted.  Mr. Larry jardine, Administrator  Sunshine Coast Regional District  5477 Wharf Road, P.O. Box 800  Sechelt, B.C VON 3AO  The Sunshine Coast Regional District is looking for parties interested in providing contract custodial and maintenance services for  the Frank West Community Hall on Chaster Road and Chaster Houie on Ocean Beach Esplanade. Duties include opening and  closing of building for rental purposes, monitoring of security systems, cleaning and grounds maintenance. Interested parties may  obtain a complete list of duties at the Regional District offices.  Proposals will be received up to Friday, July 8,1994, Please contact Al Silver.  The Sunshine Coast Regional District is looking for parties interested in providing contract caretaker services for Dan Bosch Park  at Ruby Lake. Main duties will include park security and garbage collection, and require living on site. The Regional District will  provide basic utilities and a mobile home pad. The contracter will be required to provide their own residence and tools. Interested  parties may obtain a complete list of duties at the Regional District office.  Proposals will be received up to Friday, July 8, 1994. Please contact Al Silver.  r<Mm^:M&P&*> WiftfflftAV 8.00AM TO 5:00PM, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY 8:00AM TO 6,00PM    *  Ui  : >  :'*  ^m 18  Coast News, July 4, 1994  28. Motorcycles       129. Wanted to Rer  12II. Tri-bull t/glass boat, complete  wilh older 10 hp, $600.866-3699.  KTW  16 It Frontiersman canoe, $3S0  ObO. 886-8579 K7w  22'6' Bayliner Skagit, 228 Merc  cruiser, F.W.C, all cabin, Iwo  lishlinders, VHF 1 CB radio. Will  consider 17' -19' boal on trailer as  partial Irade. Call alter 5 pm. 886-  9466. K7c  80 19.6 Silverline Cuddy, 198  Merc, molor & outdrive, very  dependable, comes mi new boat  trailer, can be purchased separately Asking $8000 w/o trailer or  Sll.OOOw/lrailer 885-0621       SS  Light boat trailer. Good lor 12 ��� 14  It alum, boal or inflatable. Bearing  buddy and spare tire. $250. 886-  9497 K7c  Light boat trailer. Good lor 12 -14  It alum, boal or inflatable. Bearing  buddy andspare tire, $250,886-  9497 K7c  19 II Campion hard lop. cuddy  cabin, hill canvas Powered by 898  Mercruiser Iresh waler cooled 5  litre V8/199 HP Very low hours.  used mostly lor mooching. Perlecl  cond ��� clean inside 1 out, $9500  obo. 885.5025 ss  Wanled Classic wooden run-  about 886-2738 ss  27II. Catalina sailboat, dinette, 4  sails, 2 yr. old o/b, assumable  moorage in Gibsons Marina, ask-  ing $16,900.995-2351 ss  Forced lo sell, luxurious libreglass  Force 50 yacht, teak decks. 59II.  ol craltmanship, world traveller.  Fridge , stove, microwave, water-  maker, washer/dryer, freezer, ice.  maker, bathtub, shower. 2 heads,  king and queen beds, great galley,  huge salon, Volvo diesel, radar,  Loran, satellite navigation, weather  fax, FM and ham radios, inboard  computers and much more. Greal  condition, will considei real estate  trade. $190,000. Herb Craig 986.  2277 ss  18.5 II. Double Eagle hardtop.  1919 Merc. 470, depth sounder,  radio, bait tank, immac. cond.,  hardly used, with trailer. $15,500  obo. 865-3277 ss  2Z Bet Buoy rebuilt 302 and Merc  leg, convertible hardtop and canvas, VHF, tishlinder, trailer,  $12,000 Will consider part trade.  995-4019. SS  27' Concorde f.g. cabin cruiser.  319 Chrysler i/b, radar, VHF, CB.  sounder, compass, sleeps 4.  Excellent condition. Ready lo  cruise. $17,800.886-7240.     ss  18 It. Fibreglass. Volvo I/O, boal.  Tandem axle trailer. $3800.883  Z297. ss  25 It. Reinell, depth sounder, good  mech. condition. $9000 obo. 886-  4870. ss  Heavy duty 50' float ramps built to  suit. 883-2610 or 883-9290.    ss  28' Unilly libreglass. brand new  motor and other extras, lull ol elec.  Ironies. Reasonable price. George  886-6139. ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1992-1993  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, 863-2456.      tfn  24' work / pleasure boat, l/g on  wood, exc. cond., zero hours on  rebuill 316, new ex-manifolds, new  s s. shalt, wiring, paint. Full price  includes dinghy, oars, 9 hp motor  $7900 9932990 ss  27 Mobile Homes  1979 Neonex double wide 24x36.  Very good cond. $24,900 includes  moving cost within 5 mi Robeits  Creek to level pad 8866549 afler  6pm K9w  28 Motorcycle:  '91 Honda CR 250, Pro-Circuit  pipe, o-ring chain, steel sprockets,  roost - boost, new painl S plastic.  Low miles Exc. cond $3000.  reluctant sale, need cash. 996-  7205 ss  1994 750 Shadow. $2500 886-  8952. ��28c  '84 V65 Magna, new painl, new  lires, great shape. $2750 obo 866-  9691 ��27w  1993 Shadow 750, 33.000 km,  $1250.995-0269. K7w  1998 Honda Vtf Shadow, 600 cc,  17.000 km, $2000 obo  1989  Honda Pacilic Coast, 800 cc,  10,000 km. $5000 obo 886-9511  #27*  Motorcycle repair 1 salvage. 995-  0109. K7w  1992 RD350LC $1200 obo. 995-  2440. K7w  '89 Suzuki GSXR 750 1400k.  $4900 obo. 811-0111 No test  plots. SS  83 Suzuki Kalana 650. shall drive,  dual front disks, new bat, new rear  rubber, $950 obo 866-2297. Ifns  85 Kawasaki GPZ 900 Ninja.  Black, like new. 20,000 km.  $3,500 886-4616 alt 7 pm.    SS  1960 CB 750 Cuslom  1981 CB 750  1981 GL 500 Silverwing  1984 GS 750 E  1984 KX 60  1978 KZ 650 SR  1990 GSXR 1100  Vamaha Powerhouse Motorcycles,  1945 Field Rd, 885-3137.      tin  Power House Motorcycle  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 RT 180  1994 TW 200  1994 TimberwoH 250  1995 Banshee 350  1994 Kodiak 400 4x4 Mn  29 Wanted  to rent  'There's no piece Uke home!"  Cozy, one bedroom Roberls Creek  house or cabin needed July 15 for  quiet, responsible woiking couple  w/cat Call 886-0971 eves    tins  Responsible working, clean couple  looking lor 3 bdrm home w/garage  by Aug I. Collect 1 -932-0139K9w  Roberts Creek home wanted: 2/3  bdrm. rent or buy. 661-7427, or  683-5544 K9W  Responsible n/s. n/p.family seeks  reasonable rental of 3 bdrm or 2  bdrm w/den in Roberts Creek, by  Sept 1 Rels provided. 996.3309  ��9w   Young man requires long tetm  renlal in modes! price range. No  parlies, drinking, smoking, pets or  damage to property. Ideal person  lor those who lear "the run ol Ihe  mill" renter. Phone evenings 996-  2495 K9w  Working couple with 1 child looking  for a 3 bdrm house, lor Sept 1 oi  Ocl. I, Gibsons - Langdale area.  Have smal dog. 886-9744  K9c  Visiting retired couple needs 2  bdrm home/apt. w/view. Aug. only.  Sechell to Robeits Ciaek. 895-  7370. K7w  3 bdrm house/mobile on acreage.  Local lamily 1 dog. 886-0272.K7C  DESPERATE  N/S lamily ml 3 children urgently  need a home ��� presently living In a  motel. Prefer long lerm rental or  renl lo own Darryll 665-9404 days.   K9c  Above average tenants: prol couple over 50 require 3 bdrm home,  immed. Ouiel setting. Roberts  Creek to Hallmoon Bay. Chris J-  852-1978 ��29w  Prof, couple w/2 kids, seeks bright,  well-maintained w/l or w/vlew  home. Would considei trading our  Queen's Park, New Wesl heritage  home. N/S. N/P, needed Aug. oi  Sept. lor 1 yr. Collect, 522-7279  after 5 pm. 1 wknds K7c  Responsible working couple  looking lor a 2 3 bdrm house lor  long lerm renlal. Rels. avail. Pender Harbour area only. 983-2212.  For Rent For Rent  Gibsons Langdale  |   Sechell & Dislrii  34. Help Wanted  31. For Rent  SHARED ACCOMMODATION  Laige cosy home, n/s, n/p, hot tub,  piano, 2 Ige bdrms. Seeking quiet  lemale 40*. $400/mo includes utilities 8863779. K7w  TOWNHOUSES/CONDO  Two bedroom lownhouse, Includes  all   appliances,   $775   per  monlh plus utils.  APARTMENTS  Two bedroom apartment, lenl  includes heal and hoi water, $600  per monlh  Two bedioom waterlront apartment, large deck, great view, $650  including hydro, no pels.  Two bedroom, side by side duplex,  $475 per monlh plus utilities.  One bedroom, view, lower Gibsons. $550 plus utilities.  COMMERCIAL  CENTRAL QIBSONS  Retail/office space lor rent, 1275  square feet, central air conditioning, good parking, - $10 triple nel.  GRANT REALTY LTD.  886-3330  For Rent  Gibsons Lam  2 bdrm apt, laundiy 1 parking  included. Cals welcome. Avail.  Aug 1 $500/mo. 866-3108 K9w  Langdale 3 bdim 1100 sq ft upper  floor ot house. Spectacular view.  Large decks, walk to terry 1  beach. W/D, d/w, f/p. $921. Utll  included. 116-2891 KSw.  - __ ^  [3a  BCYCNA  ���HITISH  CtXUUIIA  ANOVUKON  COMMUNITY  MWSMPEnS  AMOCIATKM  These ads appear In more than 100 community newspapers In B.C. and Yukon  and reach more lhan 3 mlllon readers.  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MOBILE HOMES  CUSTOM DESIONEO  Manulactured Homes.  Why buy ohalot when you  can customize eny plan lo  your own personal taste.  Pre-owned homes also  available. Noble Homos  i*RW��l  THE WORLD has had  enough ol hunger, Injustice and war. In antwer to  our need, the Christ It back  In a physical bodyl Why?  Where* Phone 999-8272  (Tara), P.O. 11270, Van-  mmer.HO VSRfifll  ��� ������mi. n i,  inn  11   SUFFERINO FROM  chronic laHgue, allergies,  anhmis or have history ol  career In yourlamllyTFor  aeeriouslntormallonpaclt-  agecelH-100-106-1613.  2 bdim beach Ironl tor Jufy 1 Aug.  $300/wk. 886-8435 K9w  2 bdrm basement suite, lower Qibsons. Backyard, laundiy, $550/mo.  Pager* 650-7731 or 872-2005  #30w  I 1 2 bdrm trailers, small pets,  $450 -$500. plus ulil. 886-3331  ��29w   New! View! Bright 1 bdrm basement suile. Walk lo lerry. $475/mo  N/S, n/p, 886-2949 K9c  1 bdim sell contained bacheloi  suite. $400/mo 11/3 hydro. 886-  3249 after 6 pm <29w  2 bdrm newer house along Ireed  creekside, Gibsons. Garage.  fence, w/d, d/w. Near mall, school,  bus. rels a must. SBbO/mo Avail.  Aug 1.1-7390493 K9c  Waterlront home. 3 bdrm, 2 balh,  large kitchen. 2 l/ps, sauna, large  sundeck. Avail immed, reasonable  renl. Call 925-2107 K9c  623 Hwy 101 2 bdrm w/view. Very  large sundeck 1 yard.$700/mo  Drive-by 1 phone coiled Jim or  Marilyn, 596-5466 K9c  Duplex, 3 bdrm. 2 balhs, l/p, 4  sppl, deck, lantaslic view ol harbour. Close lo everything. N/S a  mutl. $900/mo. Avail July 1.686-  2352 K9c  Waterlront!! Panoramic view 4  bdrm, 3 baths, executive home on  the water at Langdale. Loads ol  deck, lamily rm plus potential  granny suite downstairs. Private  setting, 5 min. walk lo lerry. Close  to school. Lease preferred, phone  886-8337 lor details KSw  Bachelor suite w/view, quiet, walk  lo lerry, own entrance 1 deck.  $3751 ulil. N/S, n/p 986-7490  #28w  Hopkins Landing, Point Rd, waterlront house, 3 bdrm (or 2 * den) 2  blhs. Furnished if required. Avail  Sept-June 5950/mo, n/s, n/p, rels.  866-8919 K8w  Deluxe 3 bdrm duplex. Avail Aug  1 $850/mo. 686-8287       KSw  3 bdrm. 4 appl, l/p, ground level  half ol house. $675/mo inclu. heat.,  hydro, cable. 666.3084     KSw  Lovely 4 bdrm, 2 balh home, West  Gibsons, $850/mo. Phone to ��� S  pm, 922-7593, weekends, 111-  9511. Klc  Summer rental, 2 bdrm view tuts,  aaossyschtdub.116-9737.K9c  Fumishad bachelor suits, Oibaons,  near marina, avail. Immed.  $45Wno:M6.7320.     ������- K7w  Exscubva home in prestige tubdi- -  vision. Qiaat ocean view. Naai  shopping and tarries. 5 bdrms. 3  balhs, l/p't, living, dining, panoramic dack. Laiga lac am or  granny suits downstairs. Rats.  Aug. 1. Leasa avail. $127S/mo.  886-0731. K7w  1 bdrm and bachelor apartments,  $400 and $500/mo. MS4009.K7C  1 bdrm sell-contained suite, Lower  Gibsons, 986-8776 2 pm - 5 pm or  683-5000 9 am-6 pm.      K7w  2 bdrm townhome, lireplace,  mountain view, $700/mo  2 bdrm apartment, very wel maintained, $650/mo  NRS SecheH Realty Ltd.  115-9093  Un  OOOO SEX lor eenlort.  Overoomo all Impotence  problems caused by ag-  Ing, medications, turnery,  Performance Medical,  Box4t!,Valemoum.B.C.  TcHreat-M0-��3-012t.  IRISH SETTER Puppies,  great companlone, championship Inee, heath guar-  ameet.Laureen(Fmltvale,  B.C.) evenings 1-367-  7596. Valerie (Vancouver  lel��ng,j.C,)1.743-j191.  JSAkULUL  KITCHINCAeiMTS  CABINETS 1/2 PRICE In  slock, countertops/vsm-  tles also. Cash A Carry  Cabinet Warehouses  "4279      Lougheed.  Burneby 299-9277  "19700 Lang toy Bypass,  Langley 534-7273  " 900 Cloverdele Ave,  Victorla475-1159  "561-11thAve.,Campbel  River, B.C. 297-6767.  "2560   Bowen    Rd,  Nanaimo 756-9229.  "1668    Spall    Rd.,  Kelowna, 860-6636,  BUY FACTORY Direct.  Savethousandsol dollars,  Ridgewood Hornet,BC's  il selection ol manulactured homes, 14'X70 starting at 138,900. Free Inlo:  962-9114.  AFFORDABLE HOUSING. Previously owned  14', 16' and doutHewlde  mobile hornet lor eale.Ae  low as 19,000. Many up-  Rredes. Conlacl Bob or  latryal1(4Q3)973��17.  RECREATIONAL LAND  For Sale by Owner. Smal  lots lo large acreages.  Oceanlront, lakelronl,  streams, ranchland ��� located throughout BC.'  Terms available. Free brochure. Niho Lend! Cattle  Company Ltd. 621-7200.  110 ACRE PRIVATE It-  land. Centre Island west  coeit Vancouver Island.  Some limber, subdlvld-  abie, 2 mllet oceanlront,  Iantastclithing $440,000.  Richard Otborne Realty  World, While Rock  (8WW1-WH,  CHALLENOEOROWINO  Government debt! Local  egenli required In ru ral BC  to toldl support lor Canadian Taxpayers Federation. Auto required. 17232-  59AAve, Surrey V3S5S5.  PhBn./Fax-B7A.1771  MWU  WE TAKE The Fear Oul  01 ICBC. Major ICBC In-  luryclllmt, Joel A. Wener,  trial lawyer lor 25 yean.  Calllreel-800-665-1138.  Contingency leet. Simon,  WeneriAdltr.  TRAVEL  NANCY QREENE Lodge.  Whistler Spring Special.  Comly accommodations.  Ratetlrom $69 midweek and  179 weekends. Limited  ce. Cal 1-800-667-3363.  WHISTLER-BOOK Now-  Sprlng skiing 200' Irom  Quicksilver Guadchalr.  Underground parking,  Itcuizl, pool. Seattle  Seehawkt tley wlih Sea  To Sky Condo/Hotol.  Rental! 1400-667-5529,  Fax:(604)938-9611.  Seima Patk watcr'ronl, 2 bdim  uppei house, avail. July 15,  $750/mo. 926-3991, Lyn    K9w  Avail. Immed, beach front cozy studio lor resp. person. $500/mo.  885-6079 K7c  Wilson Creek -1 bdrm trailer, also  small trailer suitable 1 adult,  Cedars Trailer Court. 885-3313  ���29c  Artists Sludio in Middlepoint  $300/mo. 883-9999 K7c  House - small 3 bdrm. view, bright,  ideal lor sm lamily, n/s, n/p.  $700/mo. Lease, rels. req'd. 872-  3516eves/wknds *29c  5 bdrm w/l house, nal. gas, heat &  waler, 1.5 km from Sechelt, avail.  Aug. 1. refs req'd. Suitable lor lamily. $900/mo. 865-5474       #29c  Small cosy 1 bdrm house, suil  mature, quiet, resp. lady, n/s, s/p  $490 tutll. 865-2045 K6w  1 bdrm btml suite, Davis Bay,  $450/mo*t/4 utll. 885-0659 KSw  Private 3 bdrm. 2 balh, t/2 acre,  Welcome Woods nesr school.  $800/mo (negotiable) Ken 985.  6277 Klw  3 bdrm on acre. Sunshine Heights,  avail. July 15. $900/mo. Also. 1  bdrm avail now, $450.965-9341 or  885-2552 K6w  2 bdrm suite, 5 appliances, nalural  gas 1 hoi waler supplied, $650.  915-34) 7 alter 6 pm. KSc  Cosy 2 bdim suits neat Tillicum  Marina, w/s, avail. July 1, $485.  1154466, hr. message, 9364455.  Klc  1 bdim. suite, Seima Park,  $525/mo��� avail, immed. 885.7719.  K7c  Inlet Vltw Guest Houss. Fur-  nished, accommodates 6. Dally,  weekly rentals. 6854490   Klw  1 bdrm apl. Lower Gibsons, very  clean, walk lo all amenities, laundry, quiet. $550/mo. 996-3420.  K7C  Largs immaculate, t bdrm ground  level suite, dose to beach, 10 minutes from ferry. N/S, no psts.  1550/mo. incl. utilities, washer /  dryer. Avail July 15 886-9596  K7c  Two bedroom townhome, nice 1  clean, lireplace, 9 appliances.  Avail, immed $750 733-7211 or  686-3218  WATERFRONT  on Franklin Road, luly turnished.  Sspl. 1 to Juns 30. 1995 737-  1131. K7c  1 bdrm apis, lower Gibsons Large  patio, piivate garden, bright 1  sunny. Nsw kitchen and bath,  laundry, carpels, mini blinds. Quiel  and secuie, 1620/mo 886 3420  lit*  Langdale studio sute, spectacular  view, l/p, w/d, walk lo lerry. util  indu $525/mo 866-2891    KSc  Halfmoon Bay  Pender Harbour  oorm suite in nouse near t  Cove, 1400/mo incl. util. 985-5448  Klw  Vacation Rental - 4 bdim. executive home with waterfall, beach  docks, volley ball and hot tub on  Sakinaw Lake, road access,  $850/week. 855-5157. SS  32. Commercial  For Rent  300 sq fl office space lot lent In  prolessional building in Gibsons,  on 800 block ol Sunshins Coast  Hwy. Available immed. For lurther  inlormation contad 885-5736 tl ,  "!"���': '���       i  1200 sq It slore Iront located in  busy small plata ol Hwy 101. Exc.  loi business ollice Long term  lease avail, no triple nel, under $1  pai sq It. Newly renovsled. Call  Marie or Glsn st 111-7018 or  Lome collect 737-6081 Ifn  Retail/Ollice space downlown  Sachet, approx. 5000 sq. It., main  floor. Call Maig at NRS Sechelt  Really Ltd. lor details, M5-2235tfn  HIGH PROFILE LOCATION  1200 sq. It. house across Irom  Trail Bay Mall. Exc. lor business  oflice or homa based business.  Long term lease available. Nalural  gas heat, leasehold improvements  acceptable. Cal 685-7161. Ktc  Meeting room: downlown Sechel,  accomm. 30, suitable lor business  seminars, workshops, ale. 115-  5552. K7c  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek hal aval-  able. Wheelch air lacilities. 115-  2752 or 6859663. tin  Roberts Creek Hal, aval, dances.  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7615 tin  Charming 2 bdrm cabin, Roberts  Creek wslerlront. Weekly rentals  through summer. 66MS64 KSw  3 bdim rancher I Wk Irom beach,  $M0/liio,1161105 K9c  Spacious 2 bdrm duplex, rural salting, 2 mln. liom Gibtont, avail.  July 15. $60ft!mo. 886-4292. ��28c  For Rent  Sechelt & district  2 large bdrm house, carport, basement Avail July 15 NS. Near  marina HOtVmo. M61994 ��29w  4 bdrm home, on acreage. 4 appl.  avail Aug 1,$800/mo suit for lamily  9254730 K9w  VOCATIONAL DEVELOPMENT 1  CAREER PUNNING PROGRAM  Aie you unemployed, on Income  assistance, ot receiving unemployment insurance benellts? Apply  now lor an innovative 1 wk job  search skills/career planning program sponsored by Employment 1  Immigration Canada. The program  covers: ��� self-assessment, career  exploration, planning 1 change.  job markets trends, resume 1 covering letter writing; networking,  conducting a systematic Job  search, interview preparation 1 follow-up: ��� the approach Is Interactive 1 practical, you will commence  your job search during the program  ml stall assistance 4 group support; ��� training allowance Is avail,  candidates will be selected by  interview. The program Is offered  in Gibsons. Proposed start-up date  is July 11. For lurther Inlormation  phone/fax 886-0099 K9w  Need computer training? Continuing summer courses. Sunshine  Coasl Computer College Inc. 995-  3386 K9w  Resident caretaker, year round  posilion available al Shorsslde  facility at Garden Bay lor energetic  couple experienced in facility man-  lenance and carpentry required.  Housing provided. Competitive  salary and benelils. Send resume  w/qualiticalions to Box "W c/o Box  68 Sechelt VON 3A0 K9c  Applications now being accepted  loi btaaklast/lunch cook. Send  lesume lo: Lord Jim's Rasorl  Hotel, Box 19 JR Site, Hallmoon  Bay, VON IY0 or lax lo 9157036.  Applications may be dropped oil at  Lord Jim's, Ole Cove Road, Halfmoon Bay. K9c  Experienced telemarketer for local  lirm. Part lime, $7/hr. Resume lo  Box 128, Gibsons. BC       K9c  Come and join out learn! SCACL  (Sunshine Coasl Association loi  Community Living) is NOW seeking applicants lor casual reliel and  various other shifts in our Semi.  Independent residence In SecheH.  This is an opportunity to use your  skills and enthusiasm to encour  age and support adults with a  mental handicap to enhance Iheir  living skills DON'T DELAY SEND  YOUR RESUME TODAY! Or contact Leslie al 985-7455 lor lurther  inlormation. SCACL Box 165  Sechelt BC VON 3A0 or deliver  your resume to 310 Teredo Sq  Resumes Requested ASAP K9c  Sechelt law ollice requires legal  secretary. Must be motivated and  organized, musl type 60 wpm.  know WP5.0. Legal experience an  asset. 8652621 129c  ���"LnwitwIMfcir"  Experienced litigation secretary  required immediately. Send  resume lo: Welsh 1 Gray, Box 130  Sechelt BC, VON 3A0 or lax 895-  5154 129c  Join our team and experience a  new concept ol community living  lor all people! Community Advocacy Sociely supporting a handicapped young adull presently have  an opening tor a Irfeskills/compan-  km person. $11/hr to start. Related  experience and reliable car  required. Gentle, committed people only please. Reply in confidence. Box 425 c/o Coast News,  Box 4��0, Gibsons, BC.      KSc  BUDGET  VIDEO  requires young 6\  energetic people  for part-time help  Hand deliver resume  to Budget Video  Gibsons Park Plaza  Tues ��� Fri  10 am-5pm  VOLUNTEERS NEEDED  Communily Kitchens Is looking tor  a coordinator to run the monthly  cooking sessions 1 lo plan and  publicize lor the program ��� Host  lamias are needed lor Japanese  students tor 4 wks through July 1  Aug. ��� Volunteers sre needed lor a  program thai provides services lo  victims 1 witnesses ot crime. Ful  training 1 support provided -A coordinator is needed tor ths Sechelt  food bsnk, this Is a responsible  posilion wth flexible hrs 1 a great  opportunity lot Ihe tight parson ��� A  handy-person is needed by an arts  group in Sechelt lo assist with  maintenance 1 basic garden care  Very flexible hrs- A scale model is  needed ol a heritage building on  Ihe Coast. All measurements are  aval, bul a volunteer is needed lo  build Ihe model. Cal The Sunshine  Coast Volunteer and Information  Centie 885 5881 or lax 865 9493  K7c  Pharmasave 1122 Gibsons,  requires a part-time post olfice  clerk tor our busy sub post office. II  you have previous post office  experience and would like part  time employment, send youi  resume lo: Pharmasave 1122, RR  K S3 C26Gibsons, BCVON IVO.  Attn: Debbie.    tin  COOK WANTED  Cedars Pub, permanent posilion.  Some experience required. Wage  negotiable. Apply in person  between 8 am - It am, Mon-Friday or lv. resume at the bar. K7w  HANDYMAN WANTED  Hallmoon Bay household requires  experienced carpenter, etc ��� own  tools, lor occasional jobs, long  lerm. Reply with hourly rate, relerences 1 phone I lo PO Box 2929,  Vancouver, V6B 3X4.        K7c  Cooks. Apply in person, Irvines  Landing Marine Pub. Ask lor  Jessie or Wayne. ��26c  Assemble light products al home.  Excel, income, easy work. Call for  directory, 24 hrs. (604) 6232360  ext. A74. Ifn  35 Business and  Home Services  Aa CARPENTRY REPAIRS  Changing doors, windows, bath-  rooms. Renovations, rerooling, siding, painting. 20 years experience.  Reasonable tales. Norman, 966-  0506 K9W  Yard clean-up. garbage removal.  Seniors discount. Call 965-5615  Brushculting ��� Weedeating ���  Lawn cutting ��� Rubbish removal  __________  Hot water lanks, plumbing, repairs,  reasonable. Barry, 885-4474 or  865-7443 K9c  Carpenter Available  Res/comm framing. Interior residential finishing. Michael, 886-  0041 K9c  Plans 1 Design. Cal! Diane Mellor,  886-3171 K9c  PAINTING  Call Jack lor your painting needs.  886-0070 Klw  MAJESTIC LANDSCAPE  Lawn/landscape malntsnanca,  weedeating, brushculting, hedge  trimming/planting, rotolilling, lull  laying, low maintenance landscaping, cleanups, lubbish removal,  etc. 6854737 Klw  Gibiom Mibili  Saw Strviet  Plainsawn, Qu��tSSWB. H  SBevel  886-3468  GLASSFORD  PRESS LTD.,  publisher of  THE    SUNSHINE  COAST NEWS  & WEEKENDER  requires salsa 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 Carlyslt Smith  Box 460  Gibsons, B.C.  VON IVO  Dump Runs. Will remove anything,  anywhere, anytime. Reasonable  rales. 1967774 Klw  HOPPY'S TRANSFER  Economy shipping. Between main,  land and Sunshine Coast. Constr-  cubon snd agricultural supply our  specially. Free estimales. 886-  7774 Klw  Dirt People  Yard maintenance, new landscaping, rework ok) landscaping, weekly cuts, inside repairs, low rates,  exc rels 996-9593 ��3lc  BARRY'S  WINDOW CLEANING SERVICE  Metal ( vinyl siding cleaned, gut-  lets cleaned in lout. 896-3277.  RtfEWAY PAINTERS  Interior, exterior, pressure wash-  ing. qualily workmanship, satisfaction guaranteed. 25 yrs experience Bob, 1154804 Klc  BOB'S RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard clean up, etc. Will remove  whatever haunts you. Quick, com.  leous seivice. 885-4804.    Klc  Prolessional Watch, Clock  and Jewelry Repairs  Scandinavian educated. 30 years  experience Cal8850124Aarna  or leave a message Ktc  Wanted: caretaker lor multi lamily  island in Howe Sound area. House  provided Available Augusi 1994  Ideal lot couple Send resume and  relerences lo C Wilson 3441 W  1st Ave. Vancouver V6R 1G6K7c  Vinyl 1 cedar exteriors, soffits 1  fascia. Fred Cocker. 115-1015,  cal 1880-1580 NIC  WIL* LAWN CARE  Lawn mowing, weed eating. 885  7733 K7w  WILL'S WINDOW WASHING  Reasonable rates 885-7733 K7w  with hands on expeiience In psy-  chogeiialncs. to develop and  implement sn educational program  loi facility staff on tht Sunshine  Coast, program duration approximately six weeks,, to commence  tall 1994 Foi more information  contact Rob Kolen, H5-5126. local  222  For Prolessional Resumes and let-  teis call Tncia at CONFIDENTIAL  886-4740 K8C  Experienced cook required lot  CaletinoKidd Cate 885-7626  K7w  Sunshine Cosst Employmsnt  Agency. 1132112 Full or p/l.  Temporary, summer reliel, office  personnel, clerks, bookkeeping  receptionists Cat loday tor al your  employment needs K7w  TANKS  UNLIMITED  TANKS OF Aa TYPES  ��� Water, Fuel, Chemicals  ��� Polyethelene  ��� Fiberglass ULC Fuel  e Custom Fabrication  e Septic FRP & Poly  TIM  8IS-C3S1  Pine anlique style wardrobes, furniture, etc custom built and hand  palmed designs 885-2005 K7c  ���ENOUGH IS ENOUGH"  Enough ol those dapped sinks and  bathtubs' We II fix t1 5 yi warranty  On The Spot Rslinishsis. 815.  1057 ��27w Coast News, July 4, 1994  19  HOUSEHOLD MAINTENANCE  Carpentry, painting, general  ���epairs. quality woik, good prices,  10 yis. expei. Kalth Wiles 895-  3272 K9w  BID PRES8URIWASH  ENVIRO FRIENDLY CLEAN  AGENT  lor vinyl, aluminum.siding, painl  stripping, concrete walkways, driveways, decks, RVs, boats etc.  J96-0055 K9w  35. Business & | 36. Work Wanted  Home Services   I  OUALITY WOODWORK  Home Remodelling, Finishing  We look at ail jobs big oi small.  For prompt, quality work at an  affordable price, call Art Glee-  brtcht 118-3372 or 9H-71W, tfn  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping ��� Limbing ��� Danger Tree  Removal, Insured, Guaranleed  Work. Free estimates. 985-2109.  lln  Carpenter, lootings, foundations,  additions. Relerences available.  885-7977, lv. message.     Klc  Overnight cate to elderly or children, relerences, bondable. 866-  9879. *35w  HORIZON GLASS  LIMITED  npfTJibiing in rommcrcial &  rcnkfontial gUiing  Over 20 yearn cupcrliic  Competitive, prompt mtvmc  36 Work Wanled  Painting ��� Nsw horns and commercial. 10 yrs. experience. 995-2005.  H27C  CATHY'S  HOME CLEANING  Gal youi house cleaned professionally. Bondable with references.  M6-4MO K9w  SENIORS DISCOUNT  Home repairs 1 renovations Satisfaction guaranteed Dan 196-3094.  K7c  HORIZON  PELLET STOVES  No xmnkf, Nn Chimney!  Dealer for Jamntnwn  Envirofin, Toapoi  Avenl  CAUMMIS3  COASTUNE FENCING  Wooden* Chain Unk  Decks* Porches  Cal altar 1pm Nt-2215 Bob Ifns  HOMIOWNUM  HUMM  Any Joe  gg^ue��6-47aa  CABINS TO CASTLES  Design, renovation, remodel.  Framing to lockup. 886^)380,966-  0884 Ml. tin  LAWN1GAROEN  Fruit tree pruning and spraying,  gaidan renovations, relainlng  walls, hedge trimming, general  cleanup. Cst 696-0180.       th  CULTURED MARBLE  Jetted bathtubs, sinks, baths and  thowar panels, CSA approved.  Fret estimales Tom Sealy 113-  tm  Tiavel agent 6 yis experience,  Appollo or Sabre. Sales oriented.  Relocating to Coast Aug 1, looking  lor p/t or fA. colled, Mary 1-932-  _* K9W  Trained health care worker ml 14  yrs experience available now lor  thort lerm or long lerm. Live-in  care lor Ihe elderly or dissbled.  Phone 886-4688 K9w  Lifeguard able to leach and play  waler sale al beach. Call Kim,  MKM3    K9w  Class I sll driver seeks woik. Liv-  Ing accom. in Sechelt 1 Burns-  by.W.H.Y?t-5438143svtsK9c  Need s divsr? Anything, anywhere, anytime! Replacing zincs,  hull cleaning, WCB certified,  Kevin, 1154416 Klc  PLUMBING  Remodelling, buist pipas, hoi  water tanks, plugged drains, leaky  faucets. Cal Pail 8M-9420W9W  TOP FINISHING CARPENTER  Available - lots ol references.  Ross, 115-3703 Klw  VER8ATU TRACTOR CO.  Hava youi gardsn prtpartd by  heavy duty tractor with plow and  rototiller. 743 Bobcat to backfill,  with landscape rake. Abo small  excavator lo inslal dilvsways, tap-  lie lanks, small foundations with  small dump truck to ramovs rubbish or general cleanup. 1894859  K8w  Sacrstailal/clerical portion. Ful,  part-time of temporary. Rssumew/  isiinnces aval. Cal Gaby atW5-  8S1I Klw  WAYNE'S SERVICES  Gardening, gas waadsaMr, lawns,  giound maintenance, window  washing. 8H-2999 132c  DRYWALL TAPER  ���Saw Monty!1 You board, 11 tape.  11 yrt experience. Ouality service  185-5884 KSw  Professional couple requires N/S  in-home child care lor 10 mo old,  M,T,W,w/light housekeeping. Rels  reqd. 896-4001 K9w  Babysitting (anytime) relerences.  bondable. 886-9679.        ��35w  COOL RUNNINGS Langdale Day Cere  One ton Iruck available for hauling, Quality licenced family daycare,  rubbish removal, moving, yard Bright, well equipped ml qualified  maintenance, rotolilling, odd jobs supervision. Also taking regislra-  985-3917. tins lion for tall. 886-7648        Klw  Quality painting, also gardening  and general labour. Steven  Bethune 885-3276. K7w  RUBBISH REMOVAL  Yard clean up, lighl moves, odd  lobs, quick friendly service. 885-  9694,329-191 IcaH. Klc  House cleaning and house silting,  relerences, bondable. 916-9679.  KSw  NOTICE OF INTENTION  TO APPLY FOR A  DISPOSITION OF  CROWN LAND  Taka notice that Frank Pronk, David R. Hutchinson,  Philip G.Crowe and Michael C.Crowe ot Madeira  Park B.C., occupation programmer, programmer,  serviceman and lawyer, respectively, inland to make  application to the Ministry o( Crown Lands regional  oflice in Victoria tor a Licence-Aquatic Lands of  land generally situated near Bull Passage on  Lasqueti Uland, British Columbia and mora  specifically described below:  Commencing at a port planted on North West  Quarter ol Section 6, Lasqueti Wand, Plan 4112N,  Nanaimo Land District uneurveyed loreshore or  land covered by water being part of 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 Comei and 625 M 42.5'West of the South  EM Comer of tha said Lands, than 26 M 344',  thence 20 M 74', then 26 M. 164', then back to Die  the Point ol 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*  Parka, 651 Yates Street, Victoria, B.C. VBV1X5  367-5011.  MICHAEL C.CROWE  Be advised that any response to this Advertisement  wiH 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.  "���'   a������A ' ��� i  Lmilim��'<��.����   7T.HS..J  Happy Days family daycare, has  openings for 2IA, 1 pA, Welcome  Woods area. 955-0470, UsaK9c  Willing to babysl In my home, Mon  thru Friday, days. Welcome  Woods area. 895-6344      Klw  Summei Daycare. Will work  around your schedule. Can pick up  and deliver to summer progrsms.  M6-9203. ��27w  Unlicencsd lamily daycaie,  Roberts Crsek has immed. opening, for child under 3 yrs. Refs.  M5-M50. tfns  38 Business  Opportunities  Well established, ladies consignment clothing business ��� good  clientele. Lots ol potential. Priced  lo sell. RRK.S9.C7, Gibsons BC  Klw  Hoi new M.L.M. line jewelry. Paid  weekly, no monthly requirement.  Upline sponsors downline - those  thai call after you are your downline. 885-9693. R7c  38. Business  Opportunities  ���A. DOLLAR STORE  'PRANCNISI  OPPORTUNITY  JOIN THE FASTEST  GROWING RETAIL CONCEPT  IN NORTH AMERICA  Total investment, 550,000  to   $60,000   dependent  upon lire ol star*. Existing  snns ore available plus  Wrile lo:  #201-311 ST. JUUAN ST.  DUNCAN, 8.C.V9L3SS  $200-1500 weekly! Asssmble  products at homa. Easy! No Selling! Direct payment. Fully Guaranteed. No expeiience necessary.  Call 24 his. 1.504-141-7779  ext.'209 K7w  xl  ^  k>^  N  41. Legal  Buy,  sell,  NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND  OTHERS  Nolice is hereby given lo creditors  and others having claims against  Ihe estate of Jacob Andrew Cha-  ban, deceased, lormerly ol 4902  Panorama Drive, Garden Bay, BC  are required lo sand lull particulars  ol such claims to the undersigned  executor at RR! Cooper's Site C  6, Halfmoon Bay, BC, VON 1Y0  on or belore Ihe 31 sl day ol July  1994, alter which date the estate'!  assets will be distributed, havin;  regard only lo the claims that have  been received. - Richard Ian Cut  ile. Executor.                K9w  27 NEWPORT SLOOP 111,980  Lovely cruiser in vry nice condition. Atm 4 LB, dodger, good  electronics and assumuable moorage al Gibsons Marina. 886-2628  K9w  trade,  collect the  whole set!  ...in the  COAST  NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS  ��� ���  ��� ���  TRY  SELLING  UNWANTED  ITEMS  IN THE  COAST  NEWS  CLASSIFIEDS!  BULLETIN BOARD  KOYAl   NRRACES BUILDING.  5177 WHARF RD., SECHELT, B.C.  ���  BOX 800, VON 3AO  ���  885  Tit,!  MONDAY,  Pariw Committee  Thursday, July 7th at 2:00 p.m.  Public Utilities Committee  Thursday, July 7th to follow Parks Committee  Provincial Emergency Program  Thursday, July 14th at 3:00 p.m. at Sechelt Fire Hall  Regular Board  Thursday, July 14th at 7:30 p.m.  Pender Harbour "A" and "B" class permits can be applied for  at John Henry's store or the Oak Tree Market. Watch for  burning bans to occur through the summer.  Halfmoon Bay: No outdoor burning permitted.  Sechelt: No "B* class burning. "A" class permits can be applied :  for at the Fire Hall, 885-7017.  Roberts Creek: No outdoor burning permitted until further  notice (including screened barrels).  West Howe Sound (Cibsons): No outdoor burning permitted ;  until further notice.  "A" Class Permit! - Land clearing, machine on site;  follow Ministry of Environment guidelines and local  restrictions.  "B" Class Permits - yard clean up of vegetation  grown on that nmnmtv No other fuel permitted, eg.  construction wood waste, garbage paper, boxes,  etc. are not permitted to be burned.  TAKE NOTICE THAT newly implemented Sunshine Coast  Regional District Bylaw 399, Municipal Ticketing Information  Utilization (MTI), will be in effect as of July 4,1994.  Bylaw 399 authorizes designated Bylaw Enforcement Officers  to act on behalf of the Sunshine Coast Regional District Board  in issuing tickets for infractions of the following Bylaws:  ��� Bylaw 86,1974 - Revised Water Rates and Regulations  Bylaw  ��� Bylaw 310,1987 - Zoning Bylaw  ��� Bylaw 337,1990 - Electoral Area A Zoning Bylaw  ��� Bylaw 294,1985 - Noise Suppression Bylaw  ��� Bylaw 126,1976 - Building & Plumbing Bylaw  ��� Bylaw 314,1987 - Dog Regulation & Impounding Bylaw  ��� Bylaw 351,1991 - Soil Removal & Deposit Permit Bylaw  Offenses under these bylaws will be ticketed for pre-set fines  not exceeding $500.00.  Bylaw 399 is available for viewing during regular office hours.  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.  NOTE: NO SPRINKI INC. FRII1AY FVFNINir.S  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.  NOW; NO SPRINKI IUC. SAT! IBDAY FVFNINf.S  Note: Only 1 Sprinkler per Property is Permitted  ATTENTION:     PLEASE TURN OFF ALL SPRINKLERS IN  THE EVENT OF A FIRE IN YOUR AREA  i  I  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 July 31,1994.  If you have not received your bill, please contact our office at  885-2261 and we will check our records. Please quote street  address, legal description or folio number when inquiring  about your bill.  SUNSHINE COAST RECIONAL DISTRICT  PREQUALIFICATION OF CONTRACTORS  for  THE CIBSONS & DISTRICT PUBLIC LIBRARY  The Sunshine Coast Regional District invites submissions for  pre-qualification of general contractors for construction and  related site development of the Gibsons & District Public  Library, South Fletcher Road, Cibsons, B.C. Anticipated tender  date to be late summer, early fall, 1994.  The work of this contract will consist of the construction of a  new 650 sq. meter Library with covered parking. The building  is designed by Ib C. Hansen Architect Ltd.  The structure consists of concrete spread footings and poured  in-place concrete columns, walls and floor slabs, basement  parking and in-fill nonstructural steel stud partition walls and  steel structure roof on main floor. The building is fully  sprinklered. Site development includes asphalt and concrete  paved areas and associated hard and soft landscaping areas.  Contractors must demonstrate expertise in the construction of  similar public building projects (i.e. type of structure and use  designation) to prequalify.  CCA. Document No. 11, (available from the Amalgamated  Construction Association of British Columbia, 3636 East 4th  Avenue, Vancouver, B.C phone: (604) 294-3766, some copies  are also available at the SCRD office), must be used for  submissions together with examples of recently completed  projects, a corporate profile and resumes of those staff  proposed to manage and supervise the project must be  included. In addition interested Contractors shall complete a  one page questionnaire which is to be obtained from the  SCRD office.  Submissions will be received until 5:00 p.m. local time, July 22,  1994 at the Sunshine Coast Regional District office.  All contractors submitting for pre-qualification consent to allow  the Sunshine Coast Regional District, to verify the information  provided in their submission. Any submission not necessarily  accepted.  Mr. Larry jardine, Administrator  Sunshine Coast Regional District  5477 Wharf Road, P.O. Box 800  Sechelt, B.C VON 3A0  The Sunshine Coast Regional District is looking for parties interested in providing contract custodial and maintenance services for  the Frank Wnt Community Hall on Chaster Road and Chaster House on Ocean Beach Esplanade. Duties include opening and  closing of building for rental purposes, monitoring of security systems, cleaning and grounds maintenance. Interested parties may  obtain a complete list of duties at the Regional District offices.  Proposals will be received up to Friday, July 8,1994, Please contact Al Silver.  The Sunshine Coast Regional District is looking for parties interested in providing contract caretaker services for Dan Botch Park  at Ruby Lake. Main duties will include park security and garbage collection, and require living on site. The Regional District will  provide basic utilities and a mobile home pad. The contracter will be required to provide their own residence and tools, interested  parties may obtain a complete list of duties at the Regional District office.  Proposals will be received up to Friday, July 8, 1994. Please contact Al Silver.  IMAM TO 5:00PM, THURSDAY ANO FRIDAY ��:00AM TO 6cMPM   '  . 20  Coast News, July 4, 1994  news  Well deserved  applause  Applause sounded  throughout Elphinstone  Secondary School Tuesday  night as the 1994 grads  celebrate the end of their  high school careers.  Joel Johnstone pholo  LOGS  WANTED  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  >-  sW  mm  ii  Competitive Prices  886-7033  RECYCLE THIS NEWSPAPER  Funds needed for  one government  It is still all for one and one  for all wilh Sunshine Coast governments.  And money is needed to  ensure Ihe push lo form one government on the Coast happens.  "We're sort of in limbo,"  reported Sunshine Coast Regional District chair Peggy Connor  during a June 30 inter-government meeting al the Rockwood  Centre Annex. She said the  SCRD, District of Sechelt and  Town of Gibsons representatives  on the one government committee are slill waiting on funding  promised lo them by the Ministry of Municipal Affairs.  The funding is so the committee can hire a coordinator lo sel  up and chair public meetings and  who would, acting as a non-  committed party, establish a for  mat for one government.  The one government committee is meeting again in July lo  discuss the issue further and  hopefully, they will have  promises of funding for the hiring of a coordinator. If that turns  oul to be the case, public meetings can be held in September,  said Gibsons mayor Eric Small.  Small suggested the inter-  government group send a facsimile to Victoria telling the  ministry "we are anxious to meet  our committed deadline in the  middle of September."  "We don't want this to drift,"  Small concluded. The group  agreed.  The Sechelt Indian Government District has, thus far, not  been involved in Ihe one government talks.  Midwifery review  process continues  by Darah Hansen  New regulations io govern  the professional conduct of mid-  wives in British Columbia are  expected to be announced later  in ihe year.  Susan Gee, a spokesperson  for the Ministry of Health, said  ihe province is currently undergoing a review process to formulate regulations governing midwifery.  That process should be complete by the end of the summer,  Gee said, adding it will be followed by a three month "consultation" period before the rules  are released to the public.  No information is currently  available from Ihe government  on just what the regulations will  include.  The government regulations  come in the wake of the death of  two babies ��� both of whom  died during mid-wife assisted  births.  Lasl November on the Sunshine Coast, a baby boy died in a  home birth. The baby was delivered in a breech position, and  according lo Ihe midwife, the  mother had been fully consulted  on the dangers on the home birth  by herself and the doctor prior to  the delivery.  The mother chose a home  birth because at Sl. Mary's Hospital in Sechelt, breech births  must be delivered by caesarean.  Women who want to attempt a  vaginal breech delivery must  move to Vancouver for the last  weeks of pregnancy so they can  deliver al Grace Hospilal.  A second baby died earlier  Ihis year in Vancouver's Lions  Gate Hospital after complications arose in an attempted home  birth.  Arguments have arisen in  bolh cases as to whether the  babies would have died if the  mothers had chosen a hospital  setting from the outset of labour.  In 1993, former health minister Elizabeth Cull announced her  ministry's intentions to establish  a College of Midwives to regulate the profession in the  province. To dale, the college  has nol become a reality.  Hon Time Ml-ft    Tins   Time Hl-ft   Wed   Time Nt-ft  Thure   Time Ht-Ft  0145 13.5  0940 4.2  1730 13.3  2155 11.6  Fri   Time HI-FI  0015 11.0  0440 13.0  120S 2.2  1940 14.6  0225 13.3  1020 3.5  1805 13.8  2250 11.6  Sel   Time Ml-ft  0055  0530  1240  2005  106  13.0  2.1  14.8  0310 13.1  1055 2.9  1840 14.1  2335 11.4  Sun Time HtFt  0130 10.1  0615 12.9  1315 2.4  2030 15.0  0355 13.1  1130 2.4  1910 14.4  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Tlma  Sptffipune Up Tiflie!  Foi Skookumchuk Narrows add  1 hr 40 mln ptut 5 mln. lor each ft.  of rise and 7 min. for each fl. ot (aH  1    ."    "���'���.    ���  call now!  4 certified mechanics  Parts Dept.- Maurice ��� Sales ��� Dorhn  TIDELINE MSfiE  Ports -Supplier,- Snlcs ��� Service  IVIMnllML.  ,   ..yy/i  titaiiininiiiiiliiliiil"  LINO LIQUIDATION  ���$14$  DYNAFL0OR*  REG. $10.99 sq,yd  PREVAIL*  REG.$14.99%yd  " $G��9  J mm  We're remodeling  and we would rather  sell it than move it!  HOTDEALS  ON COOL  SHADES  TRADmONS*  REG. $8.99sqyd  5!0=��,|  ^���1 =  SElltCTED  ^e'r'ti'cals  t MINI   Lzzbljnd'siz  SUPER  SPECIAL!  78"X84" VERTICALS  (ONLY 8 LEFT)  ALL SAUS CASH & CARRY  MAIN SHOW ROOM ONLY  $6999,  each  885-4141      51. 1' .Vh.irl Rond Scchp  CANDIDE*  UPTO20'    OVER201  $099   $1199  J savo      lTsqyd  'sqyo  sqyfl  CRYSTAL  sqyd   ���UIHP   l*/$qyd  CAMBRAY*,  (IN-STOCK ITEM) '  K99  cfsqyd  CUSTOM 1L00IIP  (IN-STOCK ITEM)  ESPLANADE*  MSRP41.99sq.vd  DANIEL'S reg low 24��9 ��q.yd  n*" $19$  (WHILE IT LASTS)  KIRSH  HARDWARE  20% OFF  DRAPERY FABRICS  FROM JACKSON'S  BEAUTIFUL SHEERS, PRINTS it SOLIDS  20% OFF  REGULAR PRICE UNTIL JULY 31si  BRUCE  HARDWOOD FLOORS  3/8" LAMINATE & 3/4" SOLID  FROM$499sqft  dtp s/v\/iinic;:s oivj  JjJUjr IN-STOCK CARPET  Watch for BIGGER and BETTER  things coming  your way from  Hours:  9 am-5 pm  Mon. - Sat.  INTERIOR DECORATING  IN-HOME SHOPPING  709 HIGHWAY 1Q1 GIBSONS  CERAMICS  12" X 12"  (fiU%%\ 79  m L      each  wai El  CREDIT PLANS  AVAILABLE  886-7112  . . .��� .  - . . . ���  _______i___^  ��� . , ���.   . ��� ���**  ���________

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