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 LEGISLATIVE LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V tX4  COAST^NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  ESTABLISHED    1945  MM  August 10,1992 Volume 46 Issue 32  Stream audit expected on Coast logging soon  by Jane Seyd  A company with the largest volume  of timber cutting licenses on the Sunshine Coast is among those recently  given three months to rehabilitate fish  habitat streams damaged by logging  after failing a government review of  logging practices on Vancouver Island.  Three eutblocks logged by International Forest Products in the Kyuoquot  area were among 21 blocks on Vancouver Island reviewed by a provincial  government consultant with regard to  practices outlined in coastal fisheries  forestry guidelines.  Like other license holders reviewed,  "they flunked every one of them," said  Darcy Yule, Campbell River Forest  Comp.anies fail testing on 21 Vancouver Island cutbloclcs  Service harvesting operations manager.  Canadian Forest Products, another  major license holder on the Sunshine  Coast, also failed the review of a cut-  block in the Pott McNeil forest district.  Both companies and other local forest licensees can expect a similar  review of practices on the Sunshine  Coast soon as the government expands  its audit to other parts of the province.  Forest companies have been given  30 days to come up with a plan for  cleaning up the fish-bearing streams  and then two months to do the work.  Companies which fail to meet their  obligations face the possibility of suspended cutting permits and licenses,  and withholding of new licenses until  remedial work has been completed.  A spokesman from the ministry said  it was still unclear at the moment  whether companies like Interior which  failed reviews in one forest district  would face suspension Of their licenses  in other areas of the province.  According to the review, the fisheries forestry guidelines are effective  when followed, but compliance on the  eutblocks studied was poor, regardless  of location or type of forest license.  "There was, on average, one major  or moderate impact on one stream for  every cut block inspected," said the  report, prepared by Tripp Biological  Consultants in Nanaimo.  Spokesmen from the Friends of  Caren and the Tetrahedron Alliance  said they would welcome a local review  of the fisheries forestry guidelines.  Pointing to Chapman Creek,  Alliance member Brad Benson said, "It  has so much siltation in it now I don't  know if there's much of a run."  "Destruction of habitat is more  important than overfishing," said Ben  son. "If there's no habitat left, that's it."  In the Caren Range, "just about all  the streams are fish-bearing," said FOC  member John Field. "I think they'll  have to take remedial action."  Paul Jones, president of Friends of  Caren, said in his opinion logging has  already had a damaging effect on the  Saginaw sockeye run, as w '11 as on  salmon in Meyers and Lions creeks.  According to a hydrology report  recently released by the Ministry of  Forests logging on the upper slopes of  the Caren was substantially to blame for  flooding lasl November which wiped  out 12,000 coho in the Lions Park fish  hatchery.  turn to page 2  Animal rights activists Jrene Davy and Doreen Bartley greeted the Sechelt Arena, where the circus performed Saturday, to  ferry traffic Thursday with a plea to Circus Gatti to stop using protest the capture, acclimatization, training and use of animals  exotic animals as entertainment Activists planned to meet at     in such shows. Joel Johnstone pholo  Government,  industry to pay  more for polluting  New program helps victims of abuse  by Nancy Moote  People who were sexually abused in residential schools or foster homes can now get  counselling paid for by the provincial government, even if the abuse happened decades  ago.  In a prepared statement announcing the  program, Health Minister Elizabeth Cull said  the plan will pay for up to six months of  treatment, tailored to the needs of the individual.  Unlike some programs, this one doesn't  require victims to prove that they were  abused or to report the abuse to the police.  People can choose whether they want to lake  legal action.  Having to report the abuse would deter  many people, says Rita Petrescu, coordinator  of the Victim-Witness Services program. As  an example, she cited the criminal injuries  compensation program for crime victims,  which requires people to report the crimes  against them.  "There's a lot of people we dealt with  who wanted to get into counselling but not to  report to police," she said.  Petrescu said she's heard many stories of  abuse of children in residential schools.  There are probably adults living on the Sunshine Coast who were abused as children,  she said, who might now come forward for  treatment.  The new program is open to any B.C. resident who was sexually abused as a child  while living in a provincially funded or operated facility. Further information and applications are available from the Sechelt Mental  Health Centre, or from the Victim-Witness  Services in the Sechelt RCMP office.  by Jane Seyd  The more you pollute, the  more you pay.  That's the gist of tough new  regulations from the provincial  Ministry of Environment, aimed  at reducing pollution from both  industries and municipalities.  In future, all waste management permit holders will pay  fees for permits based  on the amount and  type of discharges  allowed, rather than  being charged fixed  rates.   * '  On the Sunshine  Coast, the regulations  will have implications  for local governments  and industries such as  Howe Sound Pulp and      Paper.  The new fees will  apply to waste management permits covering discharges to the  land, air and water. Main exceptions are municipal refuse permits covering landfills, which  are being dealt with separately  through regional waste management plans.  But local governments on the  Coast will likely be paying a lot  less than some municipalities  and regional districts.  Under the old system, larger  municipalities with little or no  sewage treatment paid relatively  low fees compared to smaller  municipalities with more  advanced treatment.  But now, governments like  the Greater Vancouver Regional  District can expect to pay much  higher fees for their large volume of waste and primary treatment, while the local regional  district and Town of Gibsons,  both with secondary treatment,  'The new  fees come  into effect  Sept 1,  1992'  will make comparatively smaller payments.  Currently, the regional district pays about $5,400 annually  for a permit to operate the  Sechell sewage treatment plant.  Several smaller "package  plants" throughout the Coast  have permits granted under  Health Department regulations,  and do not fall under      the Waste Manage-  "���      ment Act because of  their small volumes.  For pulp mills, level*. *of-chlorinated  organics discharged in  liquid effluent will be  taken into account  with the new fees.  Bill Hughes, presi-     dent of Howe Sound  Pulp and Paper said it  would to difficult to  say how the regulations might  affect the mill until it was clear  exactly how the fees would be  applied.  The new fees come into  effect Sept. 1, 1992, with a second level of increases beginning  in Sept. 1993.  The regulations will boost  government revenues from the  permits from approximately $4  million under the old fee system  to $7.5 million a year beginning  in Sept. 1992 and $15 million a  year beginning Sept. 1993.  All revenue will go into the  "Sustainable Environment  Fund" used for monitoring and  enforcing the Waste Management Act, and other programs.  Ministry spokesman Don  Fast said more industries and  businesses hold waste management permits than municipalities and will probably be paying  most of the higher fees.  Wet weather helps  squelch fire danger  on Sunshine Coast  The tourists may not like it  but the cool moist weather  plaguing the Sunshine Coast  lately has been good for at least  one thing - keeping the fire  hazard low.    "Things are looking quiet just at the  moment," said Russ  Hughes, acting district forest manager.  At present, 60  fire - fighters  are  working to extin-         guish two large fires  burning past Powell River in  the Bute and Toba Inlets as  well as small r ones near Jervis  Inlet.  According to Hughes, they  are all under control.  Although graced with  recent rainy weather, it hasn't  been all quiet for tbe Coastal  forest department. Already 188  fires have been ignited in the  Vancouver forest region alone  (of which the Sunshine Coast is  a part). Last year at this time       131 fires burned.  Provincially,  19,436 hectares  have already been  destroyed by over  2,000 fires closing  in on the 1991 season (April  15 to      September 15) total  of 30,000 hectares.  "It's all subject to the  weather," said Hughes, adding  that areas farther north like  Kamloops and Prince George  experience a far greater fire  threat as lightening strikes easily ignite areas made dry by the  normally high summer temperatures.  Tilings are  looking  quiet just at  tbe moment'  -Russ Hughes  Community debates Inner Ear rezoning  by Darah Hansen  It wasn't well attended, but  the few people who did come  out to the Roberts Creek Community Hall last Wednesday  night packed the room with their  concerns regarding commercial  development in the area.  The controversy began over a  year ago with a letter of complaint posted to the regional  planning department noting the  Inner Ear Coffee House was not  in compliance with regulations  set out in the town's Official  Settlement Plan (OSP). The  issue has grown into a fullblown debate between local  business and landowners over  what regional planners have  suggested as a potential solution  - issuing the coffee house a temporary permit to operate.  Issuance of the permit would  require an amendment to the  present OSP policy 5.2 headed,  'Preservation of a Central Community Area' with the statement: "Under certain circumstances it may be advisable to  consider allowing establishment  Property owner Betty Inksetter  of a business on a temporary  basis through issuance of a temporary use permit."  The permit would allow the  business to operate for two to  four years; it would^have be  compatible with the sc#le, type,  location, and character of the  area; it could not destroy the  integrity of the buffer along  Hwy 101 in any way; it would  have to comply with all Health,  Highway and Environment  department regulations; and it  would have to obtain the  approval of the Agricultural  Land Commission (ALC).  If residents do not accept the  temporary permit amendment,  the planners made it clear that  the coffee house could continue  to operate as is until another  solution was found.  But many in the audience  weren't convinced of the permit's logic.  Property neighbours Elaine  Peers and Rob Bennie expressed  concern that the permit is subject to the property not its owners. Both residents said they  were concerned as to what could  happen if the business was sold.  Others were resentful that the  coffee house has been allowed  to run without a proper permit.  And still more brought up the  potential problem with parked  cars cutting off fire lanes and  excessive traffic creating a hazard at the lane's blind corner.  It was business owner Jean-  nette Moen who voiced what  many had on their minds. "As  much as I love the coffee house,  I have to say no because I'm  scared as to what it will attract."  Indeed, Albert Eger, who has  been denied a permit to build a  'Pitch and Putt' in Roberts  Creek, quietly spoke out, "I'd  like one (a temporary permit)  too, please."  Owner Betty Inksetter said  that the coffee house began  "innocently."  "All we really want to do is  keep having the coffee house.  We don't want to set any  unwanted precedents," said  Gordon Laird, coffee house  organizer.  Inside  T  jMfM  It  faf  If  n Coast News, August 10, 1992  news  Coast forest companies say operations 'up to snuff  from page 1  But so far, the forest companies aren't panicking.  "Bring on the auditors."  said Don Shaw, manager of  forestry and logging for Terminal Forest Products, which has  most of the cutting licenses for  the Caren.  "A genuine audit we would  be happy to go through."  "In our minds, all of our  operations are up to snuff,"  said Shaw.  Although Terminal has no  licenses in the areas which  were already reviewed, Shaw  Mid it was unfair of the government to judge the compa  nies on guidelines, rather than  on tbe terms of their licenses  and permits.  He also said the auditor  should have allowed the companies to give an explanation  for the forest practices used.  Meanwhile the Council of  Forest Industries pledged quick  action from the companies to  clean up the fish habitats  Chapman Lake, the key reservoir  in the Sunshine Coast water  system, feeds Chapman Creek, a  Bsh habitat which will fall under  the review of tbe coastal fisheries  forestry guidelines.  Joel Johnstone photo  Retirement and Insurance Planning  ��� Retirement  Planning  ��� Life & Disability  Insurance  ��� Employee Benefit  Plans  ��� Lawrence K.  Chambers, OU  ��� 886-9111  ��� Toll Free:  l-80(K>().-r2051  Mutual futkt. Ixmt* with  (iiunJuii Group of Rmb i-ui  CHAMBERS  Serving the Sunshine Coast Since 198.'  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"Our population is growing," Petrescu said, "and       the (mental health) related problems are growing  along with it."  The director of the Coast's Mental Health Centre, Marie-Belle  Bulmer, said the need for such a crisis line had long been recognised  on the Coast but this would be the first time establishing one was seriously looked at.  She said the crisis line could have any number of functions including suicide prevention, handling child abuse crisis calls, or serving as  a referral service for anyone with questions on mental health related  'It's something we all  agree is needed'  -Rita Petrescu  issues or facilities.  The committee will research issues like the number and types of  crisis calls currently handled in the community as well as looking at      the kinds of crisis lines in other communities.  ~~ The Mental Health Advisory Council was formed  after last year's Royal Commission on Health recommended that local communities have more control  over their own health needs. It is made up of professionals in the mental health field as well as con-  ________   cerned individuals Irom the community.  At the next advisory council meeting, sub-committees will present proposals on issues such as a Coast crisis centre,  a drop-in centre, suicide prevention, and mental health referral services.  To start the council down a successful path, the Ministry of Health  has provided a small amount of "seed" money, some of which will be  used for research on the mental health proposals.  Petrescu said there would likely be more money made available  once the committee has identified definite goals and objectives.  Victims services gets new outreach office  by Nancy Moote ������-  For years, Victim-Witness Services has been crammed into a tiny  shared office in Ihe Sechelt RCMP      __  headquarters. But soon coordinator  Rita Petrescu and her staff of eight volunteers will have a home to call their own in  the basement of the old Sechelt Band office.  "It's a big relief for us," Petrescu said.  "It's not fun for anyone if there's no privacy  to work."  As she helps victims through the aftermath of a crime, Petrescu takes phone calls  within earshot of RCMP staff. For private  conversations there's only the interview  room, which police use for questioning suspects. "It's not a very comfortable place for  Band donates rent-free space  someone losing their emotions," she said.  In the new office, there will be room for a  couch where staff can talk to victims over a  cup of coffee, and a comer where kids can  colour. Petrescu will still use the RCMP  office but the new location will be better as  an outreach centre, she said. "People might  be deterred by having to come to the police  station."  Petrescu and her staff work with victims  for up to a year after a crime, keeping them  up-to-date on the progress of the case,  ������     accompanying them to court when  they have to testify, and helping  them get shelter, financial aid, med-  ____    ical attention, and counselling. The  service sees about IS new cases a  month, with an ongoing load of 40 cases;  many more people drop in for information.  Everything will be so much easier when she  finally has her own desk, Petrescu says.  The Sechelt Indian Band is donating ihe  new office rent-free, and band teenagers will  give it a fresh coat of paint. All Petrescu  needs is some furniture. 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V5X 3R9  PH: (604) 322-5768 FAX: (604) 322-5763  Ifyouhavest*me.togtosell,letthe^^_'p5^^3     get you on the right track to  ��� '���-������j-r.-.i-.-- Coasl News, August 10, 1992  Confusion reigns over Gibsons bus  by Stuart Burnside  Much of the Gibsons area  could be without bus service in  two weeks if the Gibsons bus  goes ahead with plans to stop  serving the community.  Diane Schafer, society  spokesman and bus driver for  the Gibsons Bus Society (GBS),  says the service will stop Aug 24  as a result of perceived increase  in competition from BC Transit.  She also said service to Area  E will stop on August 12 because the SCRD cancelled a  $750 a month subsidy for service to the area.  "I don'l know why they  stopped the subsidy," Schafer  said, "but I got a letter signed by  (SCRD Chairman) Peggy Connor saying it had been cancelled."  Peggy Connor was unavailable for comment at press time.  Responding to Schafer's  charge of increased BC Transit  competition, Transit manager for  the Sunshine Coast (and Sechelt  councillor) Rosina Giles says  she has "no idea what she's talking about.  "Transit has no expansion  plans to cover lower Gibsons if  the Gibsons bus slops," Giles  said. "I don't know were she's  getting her information."  Last week Schafer said there  were a number of reasons the  non-profit bus would stop running, including a BC Transit  decision to bring passengers to  the first morning ferry at 6:20  a.m.  "They (BC Transit) has  scheduled that bus to arrive one  minute before us (lo make pickups) in lower Gibsons," Schafer  said.  Gibsons Bus driver Diatne Schafer predicts the demise of her service.  Giles, however, said that was  true only when her bus started  meeting the 6:20 a.m. ferry but  said the bus was now taking the  North Road route to the terminal, rather than taking the lower  Gibsons route.  Giles said there were enough  people wanting the  run in Roberts Creek  and Sechelt to warrant it and added  there wouldn't be  much competition  for ferry passengers  coming back from  Langdale because  "there aren't any."  Schafer said she had contacted the BC Transit head office in  Victoria and was told there were  no plans for expansion from that  office.  She praised those in Victoria  for being reasonable and understanding toward the plight of the  7 don't know  where she's  getting her  information'  -Rosina Cities  Gibsons bus and blamed the  local transit office for the expansion efforts."This is something  that is happening here, not from  Victoria," she said.  Giles responded that there is  nothing she can do without Victoria's nod, including expansion  plans. "Everything  we do (on the local  level) has to be  approved," she said.  Giles also said  any expansion of  her service to cover  the areas abandoned  by the Gibsons bus  " would first have to  be approved by the BC Transit  board, then come through the  head office.  The members of the transit  board are appointed by the premier, and handle all expansion  related issues.  "They (the board) won't meet  fill- photo  until Aug 21," Giles said "so this  (issue) had better be on their  agenda or those people (in lower  Gibsons) won't have any bus  (after Aug 24)."  Giles said none of the situation made sense to her. "They  (the Gihsons bus society) told  me their mandate was to continue running until BC Transit  could provide as good a service  as ihey do," Giles noted, "1 don't  see how they're doing that ...  portions of Gibsons are going to  be left without a bus."  "I'm not saying we're definitely going to shut down,"  Schafer said, "but that's the way  it looks right now... it would be  morally wrong to keep running."  She said people now relying on  the Gibsons service would have  to look to transit to step in.  A spokesman from transit's  Victoria office said there is no  expansion scheduled for Aug 24.  Highest scout honour awarded local leader  The Silver Acorn - a rare  honour in the world of scouting.  Still more rare to be awarded  to a woman, but (Catherine True-  man of Roberts Creek' bav  proven herself worthy. Ii leg mail,  In May of this year Krueman  became one of four BC recipients of the coveted award after  dedicating over 30 years of her  life to the scouting movement.  "I guess I just like rough and  tumble activities," Trueman said  in explanation of her early commitment to scouts rather than  girl guides.  "The boys were more adventurous."  From her beginnings as cub  master in Central Vancouver,  Trueman's volunteer work has  taken her to the one of the highest levels of the movement. In  1989 she was appointed assistant  regional commissioner for  beavers in tho .Vancouvtrat'oast  region after serving as assistant  district commissioner for 17  years.  In her new position, Trueman  became responsible for the coordination of all leaders and events  for approximately 1,600 boys  and girls ages five to seven. On  top of it all, she meets once a  week with her own newly-established beaver colony in Roberts  Creek.  But Trueman doesn't consider what she does hard work. "I  _F->  I  iauiob  JjU. .i  m  I  1 '.  __l  {Catherine Trueman  believe in what I'm doing and in  what we can do.  "I want to make them (the  beavers) a part of the community and a pari of God's world.  The Ihings I've learned in scouting have stood me well in my  adult life," said Trueman.  Regional Executive Director  for Scouts Canada, Bill Gage,  . nas worked with Trueman for  'years and spoke highly of her  qualifications.  "She's a very valuable leader... dynamic and very dedicated. It's unbelievable how some  people are prepared to dedicate  Iheir time and money for children and she's one of them,"  Gage said.  At present, she has not  received the actual Silver Acom  medallion. This will be done al  an official ceremony in March  of 1993.  KIDS  wants to remind you about our  "Make A Difference"  Recycled Clothing Program  Now Is the time to separate your non-usable  back-to-school clothing and bring it to  Zippers Kids for a 20% discount on new  back-to-school clothes.  ��� Clothing must have been purchased at Zippers Kids  ��� Clothing must be in excellent condition  ��� See Zippers Kids lor full details  ��� Clothing donated to Community Seivices  TRAIL BAY MALL, SECHELT ��� 885-5255  There's a bright  new light in town.  Pam and Dave Limb ot Gibsons are excited to  announce the opening of their new lighting and  electrical supply store right here in town. 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Just for starters, there are two obvious trouble spots  that demand attention The ancient hatreds of the Balkans  are aboil and slaughter is the daily norm.  There are peacekeepers there, including Canadians, but  they are being shelled and shot at by combatants who  don't seem to care much who they are killing as long as  Ihey are still killing  And then there is Somalia, on the hom of Africa. Two  madmen and their followers are locked in a struggle for  power whilst the people they would lead are starving in  their thousands. Efforts to feed the starving are being  frustrated by the unending war.  In both of these places, civilization has been lost and  like rabid dogs the killers run amok.  What is the United Nations to do? There is no fear of  stalemate and veto lo frustrate the international body. Can  the global organization take wise and effective action?  What might that action be?  This paper did not at any time believe that tht United  Nations action in the Gulf War was wise and time has  indicated that perhaps it was a great deal less effective  than was proclaimed at the time.  Nonetheless, that kind of action could be attempted  again. Governor Clinton seems to be trying to win his  way to the presidency by out machismo-ing George Bush.  America the world's policeman is an attractive illusion  for jingoistic Americans, the more so since the Gulf War  indicated that the ability to kill need not require much in  the way of actual American casualties.  So the world's only super power is talking about taking  action in the Balkans and so far when Americans talk the  United Nations has a tendency to listen.  But there is a simpler way. surely, than sending young  men to their deaths in the name of peace and a better way  than raining down murder from the air onto civilian populations in the name of humanity.  Somebody is supplying the murderers in the Balkans  and the killers in Somalia with guns and ammunition.  The United Nations has a rare opportunity to act decisively and effectively against the real monsters, those  who get rich selling killers their guns and bombs.  It will not be as flambuoyant as the Gulf War, to take  such action. It may even cut the profits of the some of the  world's most self-righteous proclaimers of virtue.  But if we are serious about bringing the monstrous  killing to an end then surely the most telling way to do  that would be to take the profits out of the industries of  death.  Until the international community stops supplying the  weapons of death, the slaughter will continue.  Until the United Nations does something measurable  against the arms merchants, it will lack credibility as an  agent for international peace and civilised values.  Fundraiser theft  shakes boys' faith  I thought I had seen most  aspects of human meanness,  until last Saturday.  On that day, the Sunshine  Coast Wildlife Rehabilitation  Centre held a car wash at the  Shell Station in Sechelt and  members of Halfmoon Bay  Beavers, Cubs and Scouts volunteered lo help out with this  worthy cause. With the kind  permission of Miss Dickeson of  the Wildlife Centre, we took  along some honey which we are  selling as a fundraiser for the  boys, as we receive no financial  assistance other than our own  efforts.  The children worked  extremely hard from 10 am until  4 pm washing cars. The  youngest helper was only five  years old, but he pul his heart  into it, following the scouting  principle of "Lend a Hand'. But  sometime during the day we  must have taken our eyes off Ihe  honey, because, guess what?  Some low life stole an entire  case!  If, at this moment, there is  sitting on your table a bear-  shaped bottle of honey, dressed  in a cub uniform, with Boy  Scouts of Canada written all  over it and if you did not pay for  it, please consider the following:  Not only are we, the leaders,  liable for the cost of the honey,  but you have forced the cancellation of a canoe trip which the  scouts were very much looking  forward to; forced the cancellation of field trips and treats for  the Beavers and Cubs for quite  some lime; even forced the cancellation of the assistance we try  to provide lo new members who  may not be able lo afford registration fees or a uniform. However, the worst thing you have  done is to seriously shake Ihe  boys' faith in human nature.  GAYE KINNEARD,  Beaver leader  Halfmoon Bay Scout Group  Olympics worse  than beauty contest  I'm amazed at some people's  attitudes towards teenage girls  wanting to have a beauty contest  lo be an ambassador for Gibsons  and area. If they want to have a  contest and have fun doing il,  who is lo say they shouldn't? It  appears these types are merely  'sour grapes' because of their  own inferiority complexes.  If all the criticizers of beauty  contests had any brains, they'd  criticize the freak show known  as the Olympics that is happening now. Those poor girls aged  13 to 17 who are classified as  women performing as gymnasts  are scary to look at. Tiny miniatures of hardened muscle, no  flesh and boy's chests, painted  with lip and eye goo, performing for the world and dying  inside if they make one tiny  booboo. A much worse scenario than a town of Gibsons  beauty pageant for a few local,  happy teenagers.  BEV SHIPLEY  Roberts Creek  Planners erode  community control  Mr. Loys Maigon's letter (Coast  News Weekender July 30,1992)  made the important connection  between the increasing number  of planners, the proliferation of  MaaSmmaem M��Aa1an4*aMalA  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 68  Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  their bylaws, and the erosion of  individual liberty.  No doubt planners are human  beings, in some ways similar to  the rest of us. But, like the oracles of old, they have the additional gift of knowing what the  future holds.  Sometimes, as when they are  drafting a community plan, Ihey  spend time and money attempting to persuade us that their  vision of coming events is the  true one.To do so they compound fiction with illusion.  For example in "Framing  Our Common Future", a publication of the Islands Trust, they  use Ihe conjuror art of imaginary statistics. They do it with a  totally deceptive graph which  saws-off the lower 7/9ths of the  picture.  What is above the horizon  informs the eye that the population will more than double  between the present and the  future (2010 A.D. for some reason).  In fact, their own number  indicates an increase of only a  quarter of that figure.  And then, as a footnote in six  point type, we gather that these  figures include a pari of the population of the United States of  America.  Thus do they put the frightened on.  In this way they justify taking further control of our lives  and by doing so build their  careers on our timidity.  GEOFFREY SMEDLEY  Gambler Inland  Loss of pioneering spirit shrinks once-vast frontiers  Life used to be a lot more spread out around  here. Before the nu-n of the last century, the BC  government offered thousands of acres of this  coastline to people willing to settle and improve  the land. The call was answered and a procession  of bays and inlets was quickly infiltrated by small  scatterings of pioneers.  Whole communities were created. Norwegians  founded Hagensborg in 1894, the Danes landed at  Cape Scott in 1897 and Sointula was built by the  Finns in 1901. Individuals also moved in, establishing single farms and orchards in other packets  of the Coast  Industry moved in as well. Mines opened, lumber camps were established and fishing and canning operations floated to rest Small outposts like  Port Hardy and Prince Rupert grew to become  larger centres, built oo a solid base of distributing  supplies to nearby outlying settlements.  Eventually, transportation needed much more  dun reliance on random and unscheduled trips  aboard fishing boats or cargo ships. The Union  Steamship Company sprang into being, offering  regular service up and down the Coast. At the  company's height, a twice-weekly voyage from  Vancouver to Rivers Inlet might include over 60  stops.  The supply system was so efficient, it was said,  that everything from a sack of potatoes to spare  machinery parts was available within a few days,  ebbtide  duncan  mcdonnell  no matter where you lived on tbe Coast.  And then it ended. Mines like the one at Anyox  near Prince Rupert - in the 1920s, it had 2500 people, hot and cold running water, electricity and a  golf course - were played out and abandoned, their  residents scattered across the waves.  Timber leases fell into fewer and fewer hands,  dooming the small lumber camps to oblivion. Fish  canning operations were consolidated in larger  communities like Prince Rupert  With uemand for their services shrinking, the  steamships became less and less frequent, then  stopped altogether. Finally, their connections to the  outside world virtually severed, the last few small  pockets of residents also shipped out, leaving  whole sections of once-setded coastline completely  deserted.  History has played a cruel joke oo this region.  We didn't know what we had, and now it's gone.  At a time when we need it the most  Today, the population of the Coast is concentrated along a narrow, fertile snip on both sides of  the Strait of Georgia  Meanwhile, the furious, no-end-in-sigbt growth  in our population exerts enormous tuessure on this  strip and its natural resources. Tne drawbridge  mentality rises against new arriva.s who would  crowd the space - and against indust-y, whose economic presence is not wanted if it dffers even a  remote chance of fouling the nest.  Odd, isn't it? Instead of spreading out to enjoy  the full geography of our coastline, we huddle our  communities into one tiny southern comer, focusing the anger and frustration of our many land-use  conflicts onto a mere fragment of tbe landscape  available to us.  We have seen the future and it is us under a  microscope.  If history had been kinder and our forbears less  blind, the Coast's long-dead homesteads and settlements would today be a string of deeply-rooted  communities. Tbey would offer alternate locations  and lifestyles for the people and industry rushing  to settle here. By their presence, they would take  off some of the steam now building and give us  time to regroup.  The sadness is it's probably too late to rebuild  on the foundations we once had in place. Too few  of our remote inlets and bays are accessible by  road, and we've lost the culture that made travel by  boat and only by boat, not only a widespread  norm, but a central aspect of our character.  As a society, we've also lost the pioneering  imperative.  In this day and age, I cannot imagine an exodus  of new settlers heading upcoast with SO pound  sacks of flour and sugar, a rifle and a dream. The  comfort quotient is far too low and there is too little likelihood of the immediate payback our generation has so egotistically come to expect as its due.  We could look to industry to build new communities on the ashes of the old, but industry - be it a  new mine, lumber camp or fish farm - is a dirty  word in these parts. Propose a timber-cutting operation anywhere on this Coast and someone will  rise to protest that it threatens the last remaining  temperate rain forest within 100 miles of somewhere.  Is there nc hope, then, for widespread resettlement? Probably not  We are likely doomed to continue pushing and  shoving in our single tiny corner of the Coast,  shaking one fist at the rapid approach of change  and the other at the cruel trick of history that  leaves us in this pickle.  Unless, of course, we can cluster enough of  those condos in far-flung bays and inlets, give  them a few decades to percolate and...  COAST^NEWS  Tin tamm CM Ntaa ��� tax* mm mt   ard ****** ot mi on et I ��r tn ram ���  waaam m t. aam. Cam ac mat  nmnjii *em i m min . warn . w  Ma*a*l��"MM'*-Ml&lB*Aiaa*am    aoaM ka> QajajM Pern IM. MM et t.  aLmta,maaamfmnamma mxiataam**mmaiam.t*waa.  fWm Ota, Bar ���, Ma* SC. IM a�� *M Off ��� tSMtlMi �� . H�� OaTT .  ammMmtmaaamrmmaaaaa. ,W��r^Mlot*a-r>itaMcaBa<aJ  a>aaaa*a*toCMtak*araa1t-KMa**<    mamOta  Aim Thornton  OOiom: Km Cam.  com statu  SMiatt Rum Forma*  jonco EomonOl  Troator. Gooroo Coopor.  ajMrioySriapln.Ria*-.  Forrtam.. LynnMam.  Vrcen. Joyoo Ot����.  ���   John Sum.  MM  Jo-aKSSh  Shaman  ba. ��**   Ht   ^jfc.    ��**  Your community's AWARD-WINNINC newspaper opinion  Coast News, August 10, 1992  A question of book fact and fiction  Usually when we read something we want to know whether  il is fact or fiction. Is this the  dead honest truth of the matter  from wherever or whenever it  was supposed to happen, or is it  simply something made up out  of somebody's imagination?  Some might wonder whether  this really matters. Our imagination after all is for real, as imaginations go. If you make something up, an adventure story set  in the year 4000, this is a 20th  century person giving out or  playing about with the thoughts  lhat are possible now.  Readers, it may be, find personal involvement in the half-  considered thought that il might  just as well be them imagining  all this fantastica as the writer,  whoever he is. On the other had  we have readers who curl up  wilh biographies and histories  and collections of letters and so  forth.  The people who read these  are frequently people who don'l  read anything else. I may know  readers who haven't read a book  of fiction in decades.  What kind of personal  involvement can these people  have in their reading? All they  have is what people have written, as faithfully as they may,  about what has happened,  beginning perhaps with questions about the validity of the  Icelandic sagas and going  through Churchill's memoirs.  There are whole areas in  there when people were writing  for noble sponsors, and times  when people could hardly spell  and the language itself was  growing up.  The personal involvement of  readers of historical books can  be with their own judgement of  what is real or probably real, or  possibly teal, or possibly real in  parts. Reading the book can be  as creative an activity as the  writing of it in the first place.  This does not, of course, alter  the question of whether we prefer to read fact or fiction.  People who like fact, however dubious they may be about  the actual fact of the fact, will  still not want to read fiction.  Writers will determine whether  Ihey are going lo write one or  the other, and in almost every  case they will slick lo il.  An exception is Jorge Luis  Borges of Argentina, mentioned  here a week or so ago in connection with magazine writing  in Argentina and Canada.  Borge was a poet in Buenos  Aires who took to journalism  for the usual reason, the need to  make a few pesos.  His less than meteoric rise  took him to literary editor of the  country's most popular tabloid  newspaper.  There was no question here,  he had to write 'pop' but he also  Doctors tactics  play on fears  I can understand Elizabeth  Harper's problem in replying to  my letter of July 13, which must  be why she went into a needless  lecture on the virtues of Dr.  Terry Amiel, doctors, St. Paul's  Hospital and the health system  in general. I do not need to be  convinced of this. I, too, spent  many weeks in St: Paul's Hospital and received yeoman service.  I have also been a patient of Dr.  Amiel's, and I found him eager  to help. So eager, in fact, he  made two house calls I didn't  even request. But in my letter I  made no criticism of our public  health care system or of Dr.  Amiel's ability as a doctor.  My only reason for referring  to Dr. Amiel was his statement  quoted in the Coast News saying "What I intend to do is make  sure that the files that exist  today won't exist tomorrow.  You will have to start coding so  that people will not understand  what you have written."  If my life depends on some  specialist in Tuscaloosa getting  quick information on my medical history, I don't want my files  hidden under a rock out in Dr.  Amiel's garden and translated  into Sanskrit. The very suggestion he would consider tampering with medical records strikes  me as unprofessional.  Unfortunately, Dr. Amiel's  statement is all too typical of the  hysterical reaction so many BC  doctors are making to the Harcourt government's efforts to  bring spiraling Medicare costs  under control. They are scaring  the daylights out of jumpy old  ladies like Mrs. Harper by persuading Ihem the NDP government is out lo violate the privacy of doctor/patient relations  and lo wreck Medicare. Under  the new setup, medical files will  in a nutsheii  41 Fluorescent Tubes  F40 Super Savers  Special only $175  Sechelt Lighting /\B  885-9417 ��� 5609 Highway 101, Sechelt  had lo write 'literary'. Over a  period of a few years Borges  evolved a new kind of style of  writing which mixed, you could  almosl say desperately, fact and  fiction.  He threw on occasion to the  winds the requirements of  authenticity. He printed for  example on one occasion a fictitious review of a fictitious book  which he said had been published by a well known London  publisher. This was seemingly  so real that many of his closest  friends sent off to the publisher  for copies of this non-existent  book.  I guess the review in this  case was better than Ihe book.  Borges, writing in a recently  colonial country - like Canada,  found himself free to play about  wilh established ideas of fact  and fiction. He had a regular  page in Ihis yellow press type  tabloid that everyone read in  which he covered books that  were being published in other  parts of the world, but he began  to bleed into it also short stories  s. nutter  of his own.  Maybe it was because he felt  lhat he was supposed lo be writing fact, but anyway he went to  fact for his stories. He went in  fact to the Encyclopedia Brittan-  ica. There he found mini-biographies of famous murderers and  so forth, and he changed their  names and set them in the outback of Argentina.  It was not just as simple as  this of course. Borges' writing  made these pieces famous in the  world. We arc, nonetheless, lefl  wilh a continuing question of  fact or fiction.  A Gibsons poet, Peler Trower, wrote a poem aboul Argentina which might close this down:  "In Patagonia once/ so legend  has il/ the giant sloth was  domesticated/ stabled in caves/  and ridden/ like a grotesque elephant.// Apocryphal perhaps/  but a brave tale/ and I see the  shaggy tribesmen/ prodding  their behemoths/ toward Tierra  del Fuego/ on nameless shambling missions/ in the drafty  daybreak of the world."  ^Come in and  Check Out Our  WEEaKLY PET  FOOD SPECIALS  I     DOG&CATroOD    ,SLV  NEW!  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In the 1991 budget  payments to doctors under the  Medical Services Plan increased  18.8 percent, far in excess of the  7.3 percent increase to hospital  services, and the funding cap the  government has brought in is no  different from what other  provinces have done.  The biggest threat to Medicare is not politicians but out-of-  control cost and this is what the  Harcourt government is trying  to fix. To say the NDP is out to  wreck Medicare is pure Bafflegab. Don't forget it was Tommy  Douglas and the CCF that  brought Medicare into being and  the doctors went on strike to try  to stop it. If it was up to the doctors, there would be no Medicare today.  BILL WHITE  Sechelt  Report illegal  seal shooting  As a private citizen, I am  enraged about the senseless  shooting of a young seal in  Sargeant's Bay Provincial Park  around August I.  There was a bullet wound to  the stomach and apparently the  head. I witnessed the body and  my neighbour filmed it on  video. A teenage resident said a  fisherman shot it because it was  eating the salmon.  Fisheries and Oceans have  confirmed it is "illegal to shoot  a seal" and the person responsible can be charged by law.  Doug Pierce, local conservation  officer, told me he recently  investigated seals being shot by  a pleasure boat off White Island.  Take a stand! These creatures  are defenseless in their natural  habitat. Anyone with information about this incident please  report to Fisheries at 883-2313.  PAMELA FILFIL  Sechelt  Hydro's attitude  unwelcome  An open letter to BC Hydro:  We, the undersigned state  emphatically that we do not  want any of the trees on Lower  Roberts Creek Road, or in any  other part of Roberts Creek,  destroyed or mutilated by BC  Hydro because of the power  outages last winter.  Power outages are to be  expected, anywhere with overhead wires during the winter  and we are prepared to put up  with the occasional inconvenience in our area.  It is unfortunate that BC  Hydro did not have the foresight  to put their electrical wires  underground, as has been done  successfully in other places. If  anything, the trees provide a  welcome screen from the wires.  We also feel very strongly  that BC Hydro should be in  touch with each community  before undertaking changes that  the people who live there may  not want or approve of.  This can be done by notices  in the local newspapers or town  hall meetings asking for input  from the community on ways lo  deal wiih problems thai arise.  It's called "working together."  Many people are upset and  outraged with BC Hydro's  "high-handed" methods regarding trees and power lines in the  province.  If BC Hydro would like to  achieve a positive public image,  rather than the negative one they  have suffered from for many  years, they will have to make  these changes - and soon.  Quality Farm & Garden Supply Ltd.  Pratt Rd.. 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Pender Harbour Fire Chief.  Bill Hunsche is justifiably proud  of the rescue van.  "The firemen recognized the  need for one: the communit)  response vaas ternfic We raised  $50,000 in donations from Pender Harbour and Egmont We  even   had   donations   from  Sechelt," said Hunsche. A  $15,000 BC GO grant was also  used in renovating and equipping the donated Dairyland  home delivery truck  Ai the moment. Fire Chief  Hunsche is looking for new volunteers.  "Ideally we'd like to have a  full complement of 30 in  Madeira Park and 20 in Garden  Bay Currently, we have 25  crew members in Madeira Park  and 15 in Garden Bay We lose  a lew guys every year to relocations Right now we'd like to  have about 10 new volunteers "  When asked about recrumng  requirements. Hunsche said  "First of all thev must have a  commitment to the community  We'd like some firsi aid training  or previous expenence although  it isn't essential"  Fir* fighters must pass a  medical and it's required they  become members of the Provin  cial Emergency Plan They also  must attend 66 per cent of the  practices, which are centred  around training.  The department will begin a  50 hour training program in  September supplemented with  weekend workshops with  instructors from the Justice  Institute Says Hunsche. "With  just two hours a week for prac  tices. you never get enough  training."  A typical practice includes  equipment usage and a review  of basic skills. "We're looking  for practice burns, if someone  has a house they want demolished, we'd love to use it  We've only had 12 lo 15 practice burns over the years, and  thev are invaluable in terms of  expenence "  Hunsche and Boyd are enthusiastic about the education pro-  pram they offer children. "'We  start with them in pre-school,  leaching them about Tire hazards, and what to do in their  own homes if there is a Are.  Some of the kids we first began  leaching have graduated from  secondary school and are now  asking how they can become  fire-fighters." The department  also has a junior fire fighters  program which starts in September Participants must be 16 to  become involved.  '���Prevention is the key," continued Hunsche. "It's a small  community and we have a close  relationship with the kids. We  don't want to lose any of them.  We work with scouts, cubs and  guides on their fire protection  badges. We want those kids to  go home and ask their parents if  they have a Tire plan for their  own homes. It's critical pre-  emergency planning."  Pender Harbour's volunteer flre-flghtinft crew holds practices  each Tuesday evening in Madeira Park.       Roxanne Oratory ph"U.  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Study  sougbtfor  golf club  expansion  by Nancy Moote  Before the Sunshine Coast  Golf & Country Club expansion  goes ahead, the club should  commission a professional  environmental impact study, the  SCRD planning committee recommended Thursday.  The expansion from nine to  18 holes would include crown  land and MacMillan Bloedel's  tree farm property above Cliff  Gilker Park and below the  hydro line.  About three-and-a half  hectares of Cliff Gilker Park  would also be transferred to the  golf course.  The environmental study  should ensure that the expansion will not harm streams and  wells, contribute to erosion and  flooding, or cause remaining  trees to blow down, the committee said.  The study would decide on  appropriate buffers to protect  streams and to prevent stray  balls from landing in adjacent  backyards. It would also consider alternatives to synthetic  fertilizers and pesticides. The  golf club and the various concerned citizens groups which  spoke at the June 22 public  hearing on the expansion would  be consulted before starting the  study.  The regional board will vote  on the committee's proposals at  their August 13 meeting.  Esplanade  land grab  denounced  by Nancy Moote  Elphinstone regional director  Jim Gumey is outraged that the  Ministry of Highways has  agreed to transfer part of the  Ocean Beach Esplanade lo private landowners, free of charge.  The land belongs to the '  public and would make an ideal  picnic spot, he told the SCRD  planning committee Thursday,  and he wants Attorney General  Colin Gablemann to veto the  decision.  The committee unanimously  supported the recommendation.  The disputed land is on  Ocean Beach between Maple  Road and Ash Road, where the '  right-of-way north of the  Esplanade is as deep as 90 feet  in places.  Several property owners  have already encroached on the  esplanade with hedges, lawns,  and rock walls, said Gurney,  effectively cutting il off from  public use.  There are also several houses on the right-of-way, built  decades ago.  Gurney said he has no  intention of forcing them to  move, but he wants to prevent  further loss of public lands  which could be used to tie in  with regional parks. community  georgeingibsons  by George Cooper  Our St. Mary's Hospital is  now in its seventh three-year  term of accreditation, the result  of a continuous top rating by the  national organization that sends  out inspectors to examine every  detail of a hospital's service.  Every aspect of service is  examined - medical , nursing,  administration, Ihe volunteer  auxiliary and even waste management.  "It is similar in principle to  Ihe star-ratings for hotels," said  Ted Wright, the hospital administrator.  "It's all voluntary for the  hospital, and the accreditation  can be for three, two, or one  year depending upon the hospital's efficiency of service."  The good works of the hospital auxiliary play a large part no  doubt in the top rating that St.  Mary's has mainlained for so  many years. A crown of laurels  to the auxiliary for its devoted  service.  Equipment, for which there  are insufficienor no government  grants, has been provided over  the years by Ihe auxiliary and its  six branches in communities  from Pender Harbour to Hopkins. "In each of Ihe last two  years the auxiliary has given  $125,000 to the hospital," said  long-time executive member,  Joan Rigby.  We all remember the mammography equipment and Ihe  quick success of that auxiliary  project because of an unexpected government grant presented  by MLA Howard Long, and the  generosity of over 30 donors in  our coast community. In addition, through auxiliary projects  there have been several heart  monitors, birthing beds and  bathing trolleys.  The bathing trolleys, for  instance, make it easier for staff  and more comfortable for the  infirm patients.  Inflated, the ingenious device  is a stretcher for easy transportation to the bathing area.  There, slightly deflated, it  becomes a tub that comfortably  elevates the patient's head and  shoulders. "Much easier on staff  and more dignified for patients  than a chair in the shower," said  an auxiliary member.  The auxiliary provides services, too, through its loan cupboard and its hair dressing for  patients. Funds are raised in the  auxiliary Ihrifl shop in its gift  shop and by the branches.  In Gibsons, for instance, the  branch has had a spring plant  sale, a raffle and a fall bazaar.  Hopkins branch has sold books  of entertainment coupons as  well as their bridge merry-go-  round, and a fall bake and crafl  sale.  But only if new members  join Ihis laudable community  work can the auxiliary continue  to operate with the dedication it  has shown over the past years.  How about you?  Sgt. Ed Hill gave Lower Gihsons residents a display of his traffic  management skills Thursday morning when a two vehicle  accident blocked up the downhill lanes of Highway 101 by  Pioneer Park. Joel Johnstone photo  Fifty years of wedded bliss celebrated  Kay & Harold Narsted recently  celebrated their 50th wedding  anniversary, June 20th, 1992. They  were surrounded by their five children, their spouses, eight grandchildren and many other relatives  and friends who came from across  the country to celebrate at a party  given to them by their children.  Kay and Harold have been in  BC for len years, moving to the  coast two years ago. Prior to that  they resided in Beaconsfield, Que.  Kay and Harold received wonderful letters and cards from their  many friends and relatives and will  be enjoying a nice trip to Hawaii in  the near future.  Thanks to all those who helped  make this such a joyous occasion  and helped lo celebrate the union  of two very special people.  Kay and Harold Narsted  Water quality testing kit available  Coast residents who dri"w iheir waler directly  from lakes and creeks now have help available in  testing their water quality with a government subsidized water quality check. The kit distributed by  the provincial governmenl offers testing for such  factors as: pH (acidity), turbidity, fluoride, nitrate,  choloform and 20 metals including calcium, magnesium, lead, aluminum and copper to name a few.  The package comes compiele wilh sampling  bottles, instmclions, a list of government guidelines and an interpretation booklet for aboul $27.  Any BC resident can qualify for Ihis program as  long as the results are not used for commercial or  legal purposes. The kit for this package is obtainable directly from Zenon or from the government  agent in Sechelt.  Museum  offers taste  of changing  area history  When was the last time you  visited the big green building  across the street from the Gibsons Post Office? No, not  ICBC! The Elphinstone Pioneer  Museum - the Sunshine Coast's  Original regional museum.  The displays are constantly  changing. This summer staff has  been hired to design and sel up  a portable historical display  about education/schools on the  Sunshine Coast.  If someone you know helped  lo build/caretake, taught at or  attended a Sunshine Coast  school in the early days (prior to  World War II), Ihe Elphinstone  Pioneer Museum would love lo  share your valuable information.  The museum is also looking  for related artifacts, such as:  report cards, text books, work  books, desks or chairs, anything  if it was used or given out by a  Sunshine Coast school. Call  886-8232.  Coast News, August iO, 1992 7  H     Summw Clearance     |  20% - 50% off  on tditcttd Items  ��� Shots ��� Jewellery  ��� Thongs ��� Novelties  ��� Sunglasses ��� iwtatshlrts  ��� Toys ��� T-shirts  NO OST DAYS 7th,17th �� 27th of ������eh month  Tnarys  Doug Salberg  FREE VIDEO  INTERNATIONAL INVESTING  TheKeytottieM's  Higher Return =   Lower Risk -f-  FREE VIDEO  Call Doug  1-800-26F-UNDS 1-800-263-8637  Scotia McLeod  Clean Air  Ckissic ticket  deadline  draws near  Only a few weeks are left lo  buy tickets on 50 air-friendly  prizes in the BC Lung Association's Clean Air Classic Lottery.  The grand prize is a 1955 Ford  Thunderbird lhat runs on cleaner-burning natural gas and 49  non-polluting mountain bikes  will also be given awav.  The classic T-bird runs on  natural gas to drive home the  fact that alternative fuels can cut  vehicle emissions that cause 60  per cent of the province's air  pollution. The 49 Norco mountain bike prizes are an even more  natural way to help clear the air.  Marking its 85th anniversary  this year, the BCLA is a voluntary health agency with 130,000  regular supporters across the  province.  The association funds medical research and conducts public  and professional education programs. It relies on contributions  from individual British  Columbians for virtually all of  its support.  The lottery, which runs until  Ihe August 31 draw date, raises  money for medical research in  BC. Tickets are $10 each or  three for $25 and can be ordered  by phoning BCLA at 731-4961.  EXOTIC DANCERS  EXOTIC DANCERS     EXOTIC DANCERS     EXOTIC DANCERS     EXOTIC DANCERS     EXOTIC DANCERS  FRIDAY GIVEAWAY  At The Pen Pub  Remote Control VCR |  or s  5 CD Carousel Player  |  Every Friday - 8:30 pm     jj  Details At The Pub No Purchase Necessary  Remember We Have:  Daily Specials, Large Screen T.V.  Continuous Luncheon Shows  Entertainment 12 noon -10:30 pm  The Pen Pub  at the Peninsula Motor Inn Brings You  MORE! MORE! MORE!  INN 1ft FEN PUB  Highway 101  Gibsons - Roberts Creek,  ^nEEffiggElBffiEHaffl Coast News, August 10, 1992  community  iitietiiiai iKtittai.iiBitttLt  THE LANDING GENECM &TOBE  ?Beer 8c Wine Supplies (_)  272 C.ovvti Point R.uil. J  Gibsons landfall ��� MM818      *"***���  No G��*a*ifrfl/ Meetings  until September  Closed Sundays  HOT SNACKS  EVERY NIGHT  3064 I ower Road ��� 886-9984  q  &  ^ithoutQ.  no animal iattlng,noanbnsl in>;u-. hc-ms  BEAUTY WITHOUT CRUELTY provides  affordable, high quality natural cosmetics  including complete skin caie progt aim,  make-up and shampoo & conditioner.  by Beveriry Shipley  The propane tanks at the  mouth of Roberts Creek are  rusting and local residents are  complaining once again. Bul  apparently a new paint job will  ll\ ihe problem and there is no  tu/.ml of rust pollution.  Vandals are causing a prob  lem with security of the tanks.  i.e. one fool actually opened a  valve which caused a propane  gas leak and when a lock was  put on the valve, il too was vandalized.  Barbed wire was placed  around the tanks to keep people  out and it loo was removed.  The horrendous unsightliness  of the tanks is so obvious that  it's not even worth discussing,  that is until the day the tanks are  removed.  And that isn't going to happen until the Hillside Industrial  l'ark al Port Mellon is completed.  Meantime, the tanks are  being annually inspected and  according to ICG Manager Bob  Metcalfe "Everything at the  Roberts Creek plant is as safe as  modern technology can make  it."  BC Hydro Limbing  BC Hydro is planning to do a  major branch cutting in Roberts  Creek due to the many power  outages last year from trees and  iris tof item  especially branches blowing  down on power lines. Before  this program is begun, hydro his  promised to meet with the  Roberts Creek Community  Association to explain the program before they actually start.  Stay tuned.  Creek Due Update  Creek Daze is coming up  soon - the date is Salurday, Aug.  22 at Cliff Gilker Park, wilh lots  of activities, fun and live music.  The following names and numbers are the people to contact if  you are interested in: parade,  Dale Gould 886-3805; craft or  food booths, Gail Newman 886-  3977; kids and family activities,  Yvonne Mounsey 886-7815 or  Grace Lawson 885-3192. If you  can offer an hour or so of your  time it would really help. Volunteer signups will be posted at  the store. Nexl week a complete  schedule will be primed.  Residents of Crowe Road held  their first Crowe Road Day  gathering August 2, to nib  elbows with neighbours, have  a little fun and a potluck, and  fly the flags of Roberts Creek,  the Concerned Crowe Road  Residents, and the Skunk cabbage - the 'national' flower of  the Creek.   Dianne Evans photo  VARIETY  FOODS  We Still Hake  House  ALLIED  The Careful Movers  In a day when personal service seems like a chapter Irom history,  you'll be pleased with Allled's genuine concern. Call us. We'll  make a helpful house calL.rlght away.  LEN WRAY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom packing, storage, local & long distance moving.  HWY 101, GIBSONS      ^^SBST 886-2664  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885-3629  Wasn't that a great picture taken by Joel Johnstone on the front  page of the Weekender featuring one John Rainer? Wilh muscles  flexed and a determined stance, he stands ready to do battle in the  belly flop competition - be still my heart!  If you have wondered who is responsible for tidying up the  grounds on the street side of the Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Community  Hall, it is Ed Cyulits who quietly set about the task. Many lhanks Ed,  it looks greal.  Coffee and dessert  On Tuesday, Aug. 11 from 6:30 to 7:30 pm there will be a dessert  and coffee get-together at the hall in honour of Charlie and Charlotte  Copeland who are returning to their home province of Ontario. Charlotte has been the secretary of the association for the past two terms  and along with Charlie, will be missed in our communily. Plan to  come out and bid them farewell.  Fishing derby  There are only two weeks to go before the annual Charlie Brook-  man Kids Fishing Derby on Aug. 22 which is held right here in Davis  Bay. All children ages five to 12 are eligible and life jackets are  mandatory for the wee ones. The derby starts at 11 am sharp with registration taking place at the Beach Buoy parking lot. All winners must  be registered. This is a favourite summer event for kids, local as well  as visitors, so do bring them along.  For those of you who have been so kind and thoughtful in sending  cards to Cathy Frenken, she is progressing nicely and is ever so  thankful for the good wishes and prayers that have been sent to her.  Her parents would like to thank everyone for their wonderful expressions of concern. It has helped Cathy immensely.  Notice Board  ��� Ongoing events must be updated monthly  ��� We reserve Ihe right to edit submissions for brevity  ��� All submissions should refer to non-profit events of genuine community Interest  ��� Items will be listed three weeks prior lo the event.  ��e>*iSfS5s��r  >      moNOM m  i-  The Sunshine  Coast News  MONDAY, AUGUST tO  West Howe Sound Electors' Association  Meeting, 7:30pm at Langdale School. Guest  Speaker: MLA Gordon Wilson.  TUESDAY, AUGUST 11  Qlbsons Pensioners Branch #38. Pot Luck  picnic at Porpoise Bay Regional Park. 10:30am.  (Bring lawn chair). Info 886-9000. 33  WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 12  Summer Reading Club Party. 10:00am af the  Gibsons Library. 33  THURSDAY, AUGUST 13  Friends of Caren Meeting to discuss World  Wildlife Fund's Grant to F.O.C. and the  preparation of media publicity. Meeting 7:30pm.  Lions Hall, Pender Harbour, just beyond high  school.  SATURDAY, AUGUST IS  Daneee of Universal Peece (Suil Dancing)  Potluck Supper 5:30pm., Dances 7:00pm.. at  Mountainsong. 885-6170  SATURDAY, AUGUST 22  Sunshine Coast Arts Council Studio Tour to  the studios of Don Hopkins and Papier-  Magique, 9am - 12:30pm. Fee: $7. For info and  registration call Ricki Moss, 886-9679 or the  Arts Centre at 885-5412.  Third Annual Save Georgia Strait Marathon.  Row, paddle, sail or swim 29k from Sechelt to  Nanaimo, solo or as part ol a relay team. Escort  boats with reliable motors and VHF radios also  required. To register, make a pledge, or  volunteer the use ol an escort vessel, call 1-  800-66-KAYAK.  MISCELLANEOUS  Burnaby South Secondary School Alumni  are looking lor former students from 1922 to  1992 to celebrate the opening of the new school  In 1993. To receive more Inlormation and a  newsletter, cal 299-7964.  Ankylosing Spondylitis Sell-Help Support  Group. It you or someone you love would Nke to  meel others with A.S. (a form of arthritis), please  join us. For inlormation please call Anne, 531-  8307.  Every Saturday during July and August. Meet at  11 00am al the Sunshine Coaat Wildlife  Rehabilitation Centre al the foot of Trout Lake  Rd.. Hallmoon Bay. Tour of the Caren Range.  For info phone 883-2607. #33  '92 Orientation est to start at UBC. Heading to  UBC Ihis fall? Get to know all the Important  things with Ihe help ol Orientation '92. All first-  year sludenis, their parents, and college transfer  students sre Invited to attend. For more  information call 822-3733.  The Sunshine Coaet Volunteer and  Information Centre only has a few community  directories left and would like to get rid ol them  belore starting a new reprint In 1993. A special  price of $3.00 has been put on the few left. Call  885-5881 for more Information or to order.  St. Bartholomew's Anglican Church Hwy 101  fa North Rd. Gibsons. Fun daya. One people  one planet, side by side, hand In hand, ages 5  to 12. 9-12:30, Mon lo Thurs. 9-2 Friday. August  17 to 21. Registration lee $5.00. Everyone  welcome. For inio call 866-3354 or 886-9569.31  Sechelt Public Library Summer Reading  Program 6 Wednesdays starling July 6 - Aug.  12th. 1:30-2:30 at library. Children aged 0-12  welcome. More Inio 885-3260. 31  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum is open until  5:00pm.Displays are constantly changing. There  is something of Interest for all ages.Located at  716 Winn Road. Visit the Sunshine Coast's  regional museum today.  Bethel Baptlet Summer Fun. July 6-August  26th. Monday to Friday (ages 6 to 11 yrs old) lor  more Info please call Tracey Jardine. 885-2454.  34  The Intar-Actlva Video Bualnaaa Dlae  Program Is now available at the Sunshine  Coast Business Development Centra, #205-  5710 Teredo Square, Into 885-1950..        32  MONDAYS  St Hilda's a St Andrew's Youth Group every  Monday night. All young people welcome. Call  885-6036, for more Info. 32  Seniors' Branch 69, Carpet Bowling, Mondays  1:30 pm. Exercise with Joan Frembd Mons. &  Thursdays-11-12. 32  Overeaters Anonymous 7:30 pm. Holy Family  Church Hall., Sechelt. Phone 665-2108 or 886-  4781 lor details. 32  TUESDAYS  First Tuesday ot every month, local art rental at  salee at Sunahlne Coaat Art Centra. Open 2-  6pm. Coffee served. Original works by Sunshine  Coast artists for sale or rent; any donations of  unused frames gratefully accepted. 886-5412.34  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic at Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday from 7  to 9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment  necessary. 885-7770.  3C'a Weight Loee Support Group meets  l2:45-2:30pm, at the United Church, Glassford  Rd., Gibsons. Info: 886-7159.  FRIDAYS  United Church Thrift Shop In basemenl ol  church off Truman Rd., open Fridays, 1 lo 3 pm.  26  Gibsons Pensioners Org Branch #38 Tla Chi  at 2:30 and cards at 7:00 pm lor seniors at  Harmony Hall every Friday. Into 886-9619 or  886-9000. 36  SATURDAYS  Chapman Creak Hatchery Toura, every  Saturday and Sunday, 10am to 4pm. Beginning  In September, weekly group tours by  appointment only. 4381 Parkway Rd. (oft Field  Rd.) Wilson Creek. 88M136  YouttDi^mCeta*W.Gr-ede7andijp.a>me  and go as you pleaee. 6123 Davis Bay Road.  7:00-11:00pm. 26  Joe Sheanh provides some musical accompaniment to the holiday  activity at Davis Bay beach Aug 1. Jane Seyd photo  Nominations sought for  top businesswoman  Successful BC women  entrepreneurs are being sought  for a national awards competition supported by the Ministry  of Economic Development,  Small Business and Trade.  Kathleen Costello, business-  women's advocate wilh the  ministry, has been appointed to  the BC selection  committee of the ������������  first-ever Canadian  Woman Entrepreneur  of the Year Awards.  "Our province has  some of the finest  examples of entrepreneurial spirit lo  be found anywhere,"  Costello said. "This  is a wonderful oppor-       tunity to let Canada's  spotlight shine on our winners  and to recognize role models for  other women."  Nominations are being  sought for the awards, co-sponsored by the Bank of Montreal,  Science and Technology Canada, Ernst & Young, The Financial Post, and Digital Equipment  of Canada. Self nominations are  encouraged.  There are four award categories:  ���Start up - women who have  showed an extra measure of  leadership, daring and creativity  in successfully starting a business;  ���Lifetime Achievement - an  active entrepreneur for 20 years  or more whose personal success  or style has acted as a catalyst  and inspiration for both contemporaries and younger women;  ���Quality plus - women who  have demonstrated an ability to  develop and maintain excellence in every aspect of the  company's offering to customers, employees, community  and environment;  ���Impact on local economy -  the recipient, in developing or  expanding the business, has  contributed significantly to the  development of the       local economy.  The deadline  for award  nominations  is August 31,  1992'  In addition,  Costello is asking for  names of high-profile, successful women entrepreneurs to  represent BC on a  panel of national  judges.          Statistics show  BC women are starting businesses at a much faster  rale than men, Costello said.  The pioneering woman who  successfully ran a Kettle Valley  ranch after her husband's death;  an entrepreneur who travelled  by stagecoach and steamer,  using her camera to document  the tumultuous birth of BC  communities; a woman whose  Trout Lake hotel flourished in  the late 1800s serving those in  the mining business - these are  the types of contributions businesswomen have made to BC's  growth.  The deadline for award nominations is August 31, 1992.  Nomination forms are available  from Costello, Bank of Montreal Branches, and Ernst & Young  offices.  For further information contact Kathleen Costello, Businesswomen's Advocate. Phone  356-5118. Coast News, August 10, 1992  community  by Deanna Luetic r, 885-7 J*S  I watched the enormous  cedar billboard going up on  Highway 101 leading into  Sechelt with apprehension,  imaging neon lights and glaring  colours promoting some fast  food, car parts, or new housing  development.  I should have known better.  The beautiful cedar has not  been covered except by a tasteful logo and welcome from the  Sechelt nation.  A pull-off will be constructed for visitors lo scrutinize the  map and list of services available in Sechelt.  It is a pleasing addition to  our village entrance.  The Raven's Cry Theatre  will be Ihe setting for the Indian  Summer Festival of the Arts,  Sept. 4 to 7. Tickets at the theatre box office 885-4673.  Soon Ihe main streets of our  village will be adorned with this  year's banners for the 10th Festival of the Written Arts. They  are always attractive and differently designed each year.  Sweatshirts and T-shirts with  the banner design are sold at the  festival and they are really good  looking and well-made.  The festival is also presenting two upcoming Writers in  Residence programs, Aug. 18 to  22, writing for magazines and  script writing. Call 885-9631  for details.  Let's hope for good weather  for the Sunshine Coast Craft  Fair on Aug. IS and 16 at Hackett Park.  With food galore and a variety of crafts and music, this is a  great time for all, 10 am to 6  pm, admission one dollar.  The Save the Georgia Strait  alliance is busy organizing the  increasingly popular marathon.  This year, the marathon  begins at Snickett Park at 6 am  on Aug. 22. The theme is Protect our Estuaries.  To make a pledge or register  to participate call 1-800-66  KAYAK (toll free).  Volunteers are needed Aug.  21 and 22 for a variety of tasks  from transporting boats to enter-  tainment, registration and  cleanup. Locally call Marie at  883-2140.  Now is the time to begin cultivating your potential prize  winning vegetables, fruits, baking and crafts to enter the Sunshine Coast Fall Fair Sept. 12.  For details call Lillian 886-  9058.  Sechelt residents are invited  to attend the Sechelt and District Chamber of Commerce  meeting with municipal planner  Rob Buchan, to discuss the  Official Community Plan on  Thursday, Aug. 13 at 7 pm.  This involves many areas of  concern and long range plans  for the entire Sechelt area.  A long-time landmark on  Cowrie Street, the old Jack  Mayne house has become a bed  and breakfast establishment.  The new owners, the McMillans are restoring rather than  renovating and are trying to  keep the early 1900s aura with  period furniture, books and  accessories.  It's always a pleasure to see  a part of village history being  kept up rather than torn down.  If you have any items of general community interest for the  Sechelt Scenario please call me  at 885-7365 or drop off a note  with your telephone number at  the Coast News office in  Sechelt.  The deadline is Tuesday at  4:30 pm for the following  week's issue.  I've never been good at  planning ahead so I at least find  this tricky. I will try to get all  items in as space allows.  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  leave your eves it home with us.  M/Animal Caw  Mali Ocarina and Forwarding  Indoor Hani anal Yard MataMnirm  "teenier Home Check or Uveto Sen**  CM. SHJUtON 885-2228  H))&ttl��Hiw-W��lct  BONDED LICENSED INSURED  BnmrtmCi-"tTnt-OM>   I  THE LANDING GENERiU STOBE i  ^tcvj. The Thymes Ltd.  bS-^WHTEONGER ��� LAVENDER ��� EUCALYPTUS  ��� LADY&PPLR ��� AMARYLLIS  272 Gower Point Road,  Gibsons Uncling ��� 8146-2818  Vladan  Jovicevic  Registered Physiotherapist  Sechelt's Cowrie Street Is now flying the colours of the Festival of Written Arts banners heralding  the coming of Ihis year's Aug. 13-16 literary event. Joel Johnstone photo  is pleased lo announce lhat he is moving/^1* ***^  his practice EFFECTIVE MONDAY, AUGUST 10, from  Dolphin Physiotherapy Clinic lo his NEW  SECHELT PHYSIOTHERAPY CLINIC  located at the corner of Wharf & Highway 101  In Sechelt 885-4423  OPEN HOUSE  Friday August 7th 5:00 - 7:00 pm  and Saturday August 8th 10:00 am - Noon  Everyone Welcome!  ISLANDS TRUST  GAMBIER ISLAND TRUST COMMITTEE ��� NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING  I5LAND6 TE-U5T  NOTICE is hereby given that all persons who deem their interest in property affected  by the following proposed bylaws will be afforded an opportunity to be heard on the  matters contained therein at a Public Hearing to be held at the Gambler Island  Community Centre (located on the northerly portion of Block 13, Plan 3488, District  Lot 847, Group 1, New Westminster Land District, in the vicinity of the Intersection of  Delgralla and Bay View Roads) on  Saturday. Auguat 15,1992 commencing at 11:15 a.m.  In general terms, the intent of the following proposed bylaws is:  1 Proposed Gambier Island Trust Committee Bylaw No. 41 cited as "Gambler  Island Zoning Bylaw, 1979, Amendment Bylaw No. 1, 1991" is a Bylaw to  amend "Gambier Island Zoning Bylaw, 1979" (The Gambier Island Zoning  Bylaw) by:  a) Adding the following definition: "BED AND BREAKFAST means a home  occupation conducted within a single family dwelling unit or guest cabin that  is clearly secondary to Ihe residential use of Ihe dwelling and involves only  the provision of temporary overnight accommodation rooms and the serving  of meals to the transient public."  b) Adding the following provisions for bed and breakfast to the Home  Occupation regulations: "Meals are to be provided only lo guests registered  for overnight accommodation: overnight accommodation provided is to be  within a single family dwelling unit or guest cabin; the number of bedrooms  within a single family dwelling unit or guest cabin used for registered guest  overnight accommodation shall be limited to two (2): on lots less than 0.5  hectares (1.24 acres) in size, the number of bed and br'ewfasl home  occupation uses shall not exceed one (1) with two (2) bedrooms or two (2)  such uses with one (1) bedroom each; on lots 0.5 hectares (1.24 acres) to  less than 2 hectares (4.94 acres) in size, the number of bed and breakfast  home occupation uses shall not exceed two (2); on lots 2 hectares (4.94) or  greater in size, the number of bed and breakfast home occupation uses  shall not exceed the number of permitted dwelling units; except for one (1)  non-illuminated sign whose placard shall not exceed six (6) square feet  (56m2) in area, no other sign or advertising material pertaining to Bed and  Breakfast activities shall be exhibited or displayed about the premises."  2. Proposed Gambier Island Trust Committee Bylaw No. 44 cited as "Gambier  Island Zoning Bylaw, 1979, Amendment Bylaw No. 1, 1992" Is a Bylaw to  amend "Gambier Island Zoning Bylaw, 1979" (The Gambler Island Zoning  Bylaw) by:  Adding a new zoning classification entitled the "Yacht Club Outstatlon (YC)  Zone" in which the permitted uses of land, buildings and structures are  limited lo yachl club oulstation, including secondary caretaker residential,  and public utilities. Permitted buildings and structures are shore-based  yacht club outstation facilities consisting of and limited to a clubhouse,  which may include a caretaker dwelling unit if not provided elsewhere within  the zone as a separate single family dwelling unit; a caretaker single family  dwelling unit; yacht club outstation equipment storage sheds; dinghy  storage sheds; woodsheds; outdoor recreation structures; toilet buildings;  flagpoles; decks; railings; water tanks and distribution systems; and fences.  Regulations pertaining to the YC Zone limit the number of yacht club  outstation uses within an area so zoned to one; building and structure  heights shall not exceed 10 metres; lot coverage by buildings and  structures shall not exceed 5 percent of all area so zoned; building and  structure setbacks, except for a fence, dock ramp or deck or dinghy storage  shed, shall not be closer than 7.5 metres from a front or rear lot lot line and,  excepting a fence or pumphouse, shall not be closer than 3 metres from an  interior side lot line or 4.5 metres from an exterior side lol line; the number  of buildings, other than toilet buildings, is limited to a maximum of: one  clubhouse building, with or without caretaker dwelling unit; one caretaker  single family dwelling, where a clubhouse does not contain a caretaker  dwelling unit; one dinghy storage shed; and three yacht club outstation  equipment sheds.  Adding the following definitions: CARETAKER RESIDENTIAL means Ihe  use of a dwelling lor the accommodation of a person or persons engaged In  custodial activities associated with parcel upon which they are  accommodated. YACHT CLUB OUTSTATION means Ihe use of land  and/or adjacent marine water area for the temporary moorage and/or  communal wharfage of yacht club member vessels and/or guest vessels  and for the use of marine and shore-based yacht club outstation facilities by  club members and guests for private recreational purposes.  Changing the zoning classification of District Lot 2703, excluding Reference  Plan 513, Gambier Island, Group 1, New Westminster District, from Ihe  Rural (R) Zone to the Yacht Club Outstation (YC) Zone. The area subject to  this bylaw alteration is shown generally in the underlying sketch.  Proposed Gambler Island Trust Committee Bylaw No. 47 cited as The Gambier  Island Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 110,1976, Amendment Bylaw No. 1,  1992" is a Bylaw to amend "The Gambier Island Official Community Plan Bylaw  No. 110,1976" (The Gambier Island Official Community Plan) by changing the  use designation shown in the Official Community Plan Map for District Lot 2703,  excluding Reference Plan 513, Gambier Island, Group 1, New Westminster  District, from the Residential Land Use Category to the Private Institutional Land  Use Category. The area subject to this bylaw alteration is shown generally In  the underlying sketch.  L. 2611  WSlDOmAL Und Vs. QaUqtary  PTUVKTE BGnvmcKH. Land UM Cataagory  TTT  I  IT  Proposed Gambier Island Trust Committee Bylaw No. 46 cited as "Gambier  Island Subdivision Bylaw, 1979, Amendment Bylaw No. 1, 1992" is a Bylaw to  amend "Gambier Island Subdivision Bylaw, 1979" (The Gambier Island  Subdivision Bylaw) by adding a new Subdivision District entitled "Yacht Club  Outstation" which the minimum parcel area is 4 hectares and the minimum  average parcel area is 8 hectares.  Proposed Gambler Island Trust Committee Bylaw No. 45 cited as "Sunshine  Coast Regional District Land Use Regulation Bylaw No. 96, 1974, Amendment  Bylaw No. 1,1992" is a Bylaw to amend "Sunshine Coast Regional District Land  Use Regulation Bylaw No. 96,1974" (A zoning bylaw in effect for certain islands  under the jurisdiction of the Gambier Island Trust Committee of the Islands  Trust, one of which being Anvil Island) by changing the zoning classification of  Lot D, Plan 10910, District Lot 845, Anvil Island, Land District 37, New  Westminster Group 1, by deleting the aforementioned lot from the Country 4 -  A4 zone and adding it to the Public Institutional 2 - P12 zone. The area subject  to this bylaw alteration is shown generally in the underlying sketch.  All persons who deem their interest in property affected by the proposed bylaws  shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard in person, by a representative, or by  written submission on all matters contained in the proposed bylaws, at the  aforementioned time and place.  A copy of the proposed bylaws may be inspected at the Islands Trust Office, 2nd  Floor, 1627 Fori Street, Victoria, B.C. between the hours of 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.,  Monday to Friday inclusive, excluding statutory holidays, from Thursday, August 6,  1992 up to and including Friday, August 14,1992.  For the convenience of the public only, and not to satisfy Section 957(2)(v) of the  Municipal Act, additional copies of the proposed bylaws may be inspected on the  Public Notice Board at the New Brighton Government Wharf, Gambler Island.  Gordon Mcintosh  Secretary 10  Coast News. August 10, 1992  Shop*Easy  "Your family food store9'  Serving the Community Since 1950  Trail Bay Mall. 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Any tapes dated between  March 1. 1992 and Dec 1. 1992 can be  exchanged at our service counter for a gift  certificate, redeemable al any one of the  following Trail Hay Mall stores: Hobbies Shoes.  Kalsten Zalcs. Hooks and Stuff. Coddard's, S'ova  Jewellery, Headquarters. ipstairs X- Downstairs  Shoppe. Sew Easy or Sole lectures.  You will receive one SIO gift certificate for  each $500 in tapes. Your certificates can be  redeemed lor goods or services, any time prior  to Dec 24. 1992 Spend them as you get them  or save them up!  Daily  Bakery  Dairyland brick  Ice Cream Mg  2 L you save 1.37        JS  Dairyland 4%. 2%. 1%  Cottage Cheese        438  500 g you save .44 I  Olympic  Fhrit Yogurts        o/QQ  175g yousave .50 am/mvPO  Cortina Colby, Monterey,  Farmers. Swiss or  random sizes  2X#/0 Off  White or Whole Wheaf";  Bread Artie  unsliced 454 g........ IfW  Coconut Cream Pie   gee  Farmhouse Seces     133  pkg of 6  *1#^  4.54 g  dm  ���fat Rstafcttf  ������1 now.  454 g..  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Piuno Plums  1.52 kg   B.C. or Washington  Carrots  Bulk. 63* /kg   California  nonf  86��>/kg.  1��  lb  lb  ���*#*��7lb  ���29 lb  ���39to  6O0 off  .Any Deli Item  It***  Limit one per customer  Offer Expires August 16, 1992.  ,    is Coast News, August 10, 1992  11  community  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  Barbecues are working overtime on these balmy summer  evenings and the aroma of steak  or salmon inundates the air all  the way along the Sunshine  Coast  Last Saturday there was a  really delicious hamburger affair  al the Welcome Beach Community Hall when the association  hosted Ihe annual event. Some  50 people enjoyed the excellent  food and the social gathering,  special lhanks being due to the  people who did all the cooking.  Another community job well  done.  Rush Fire  Halfmoon Bay Volunteer  Fire Departmenl was on hand lo  fight a bush fire at Frenchmans  Cove last Friday evening. It's  really quite frightening lo see  even the smallest forest fire  these days, so extra care has to  be taken.  Coopers Green Wedding  There was yet another lovely  wedding al Coopers Green last  Sunday when Bob Watts and  Dawn Stenerson, both of  Sechelt, exchanged vows in the  herbour wttch  Bob Watts and Dawn Stenerson, married at Coopers Geen.  beautiful setting of the green.  Friends had prepared an archway of flowers and a pathway  which led to the marriage station. The handsome young couple were surrounded by many  friends who gave them a happy  sendoff towards a full and  happy life together.  At Lord Jim's  Last Salurday was a real gala  event at Lord Jim's Lodge for  the first annual fishing derby for  the Chapman Creek Hatchery  program. Results have already  been reported, but whal was  impressive aboul the event was  the setup of stage, tables and  barbecue facilities in this glorious selling.  Entertainment throughout  was excellent by a group, Jo  MacDonald and Sugar Blues.  These talented musicians hale  from the Fraser Valley and comprise Rick Conrad, Ray Tail,  Gordon Shawcross, Asger Hanson, Des Dumaresq with lead  vocalist Jo MacDonald.  Jo entertains every Friday  aad Saturday evenings at Ihe  lodge and is well worth listening  to with her amazing repertoire  of songs. You name it, she  knows it.  Don't forget that if you have  any items you would like to  have included in Ihis column,  don'l hesitate to call.  A reminder of the potluck  evening for Nikki on August 16  al Coopers Green. For more  information as lo what food to  bring along give Elise a call at  885-4642.  by Jacalyn Vincent  Thanks to everyone who  contributed and donated  towards the SPCA bake sale  table at this last swap meet,  especially Bea llallberg who's  endless efforts are always  appreciated. The table raised  almosl $300 for the SPCA.  Pete says goodbye  I can't imagine Pete's friendly face gone from our local  liquor store. Here's a note to the  people of Pender Harbour from  Pete: "I would like to take this  opportunity to announce my  departure from the Madeira  Park liquor store in August. I do  this with some sadness, as I feel  that I have made many friends  in this community. I intend to  take up new challenges in  Logan Lake. Thank you for ihe  kindness and warmth that has  been shown to me over Ihe past  14 years. I hope if any of you  Bgitiontnews  Derby winner Mike Dclasalle, left, with partner Blake Dunlop.  travel through the town of  Logan Lake, you will take the  time to look me up."  Fishing derby a hit  The firsl annual Lord Jim's  Fishing Derby has wound up.  Here's a list of the winners:  Mike Dclasalle won $5,000 in  the largest fish category with his  25-and-one-half pound spring;  Jack Aliens will enjoy his second prize of a golf bag and  clubs for his 24 pound calch and  Rob Fimigan received one day  fishing charter accommodation  and meal wilh his 22-and-one-  half pound spring salmon; Bob  Stanhope netted a 21 pound  spring which received fourth  prize of a tool box with tools;  Allen Garnet won the gas barbecue for his calch of a 20.9  pound spring; and the hidden  weight prize of Iwo airline tick  ets went to Allen Brawn for his  9.6 pound spring. The hidden  weight by the way was 9.6  pounds. The largest coho prize  of $1,500 went to Hugh Maginnis and believe it or not Hugh's  salmon weighed 7.4 pounds;  Cory Moltishaw received the  second prize of a sleep set with  his coho weighing in at seven  pounds. Congratulations to all  the winners.  Lord Jim's would like to  thank all the participants, sponsors and fishermen. The second  annual derby next year is scheduled for Aug. 14.  All friends welcome  PH and District Royal Canadian Legion Branch 112 is  pleased lo host a going away  party and celebration for Bill  and. Violet Evans on Sunday,  Aug. 16 from 2 lo 5 pm.  Refreshments will be served, all  friends are welcome.  by Lynn Mees  The band Second Nature played Ihe Egmont Hall for Raven's  birthday on the weekend, what a blast - a lot of young people having  fun! The band was excellent and we got to come down for a couple  hours thanks to Gramma who was looking after the wee ones.  Summer and the tourists  Busy as usual with tourists around the Mont. There's a few things  Egmont's not ready for with the influx of people in Ihe summer. Such  as: there are no public washrooms anywhere in town - where do Ihey  all go anyways? I suggest that there be a portable toilet on the government dock. It's easy to find and central to town. Also there's not  near enough parking for the Skookumchuck Trail. I know the tourists  are only here for a short time, but you sure do feel it.  Public transport petition  There's a petition going around to get public transport from  Egmont. Shirley Hall and Pat Thibideau are working on it. If you'd  like more information on the petition, give Shirley a call at 883-1154.  Two lost dogs  There's going to be a party in memory of Joshua and Nique, the  two losl dogs. We thought we'd do a joint party since they went missing around the same time and they were good buddies.  Water supply  How's everyone's water supply this year? Ours is dropping slowly, seems like it's very dry, although the underground springs are still  running, which is a good sign. See ya at the lake. Uriah is swimming  now, with waterwings and he's so proud of himself. Oh, blackberries  and ice cream just showed, time to go!  Tr;  -���l��Ct  .#��*���  NEW?  JL  On the Coast  Baby  Bride or bride to be  Have we visited YOU yet?  We have Gifts to welcome you.  CALL  US!  Helen Milburn        886-8676      Huth Bulpit 885-5847  NanNanson 886*3416     Rosemarie Cook 885-5821  golden lifelines  by Joyce Ostry  Consider a two day getaway  and go to Nanaimo. In 1988, the  Nanaimo Lions decided that a  footbridge creating a continuous  waterfront promenade for one-  and-a-half miles would not only  beautify their city, but would be  a real gift to the community.  The bridge, spanning the Millstone River, was completed last  year and serves at least 1,500  people a day.  Many of those who use it are  disabled, and because of the  bridge's special low level swing  span, wheelchair access is without difficulty.  Cyclists, walkers and joggers  aren't the only ones to benefit  from the bridge.  Lions' total contribution to  Clay Tree Enterprises, a workshop for the mentally challenged, was more than $20,000  to sandblast bricks. These  would be inscribed with the  names of donors. Letters were  also painted on the bricks -  more than 2,000 of them.  As a result of the two year  sandblasting project, Lions  developed a close working relationship wilh the Clay Tree  group. Lion Bob RowledgeJ12  commented, "It was a real  win-win situation. We all  enjoyed ourselves over Ihe time  we held work sessions in their  workshop to proofread and sort  all the bricks - a total of 12,500  personal hours in volunteer time  was performed in selling bricks,  digging drainage ditches, laying  paver bricks and generally  assisting Ihe contractors.  The project was so popular  in the community, public pressure has forced us to construct  another phase of inscribed brick  wall on the south side of the  river mouth."  Since the club has decided to  continue the project, they have  sold 500 bricks ($50,000) for  half of the funding and are sure  the remaining funds will be  forthcoming.  Do we thank these service  clubs enough? 1 think not Our  communities would be much  poorer in their absence.  Why buy, when we've  got your number?  LOW COST FAX  TRANSMISSION  SERVICE  886-7725 or 885-3954  ��� Send or receive  ��� Local, national,  international  ��� Reasonable rates  ��� Confidential service  For more information  call 885-3930 or 886-2622  COAST^NEWS  Cruice Lane  Gibsons  Cowrie St.  Sechelt  FRESH SALMON  SOCKEYE * PINKS  Place Orders at 886-7700 After 6:30 p.m.  We're more than just tires!  Airiomottw m Truck Ikes * Sales m Strtrict  MtomoMw Mtclnrtcil ��� Exhaust Hqtecamn  Augments ���Mm ��� Stacks ��� Tuna up*  mm  Coastal Tires  S88-27M  11  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  Competitive Prion  Camp Run  CEDAR-FIR-HEMLOCK  886-7033  TAFFY'S  Family Clothing Store  & Lotto Centre  10% OFF FOR ALL SENIORS  Madeira Park Centre  J*$U 'Ttfvuf'i.  HARBOUR  BOAT TOPS  .983-2929  Tops, Tarps & (jwers  Upolstny & Repairs  MADEIRA  MARINA  883  TOTAL SHOPPING  7 DAYS A WEEK  All Chevron Products  883-2253  RECREATION  Pender Harbour  Golf Course  Visitors Welcome  I /a Milk north op garden bay rd.  Hwv. tOI 883-9541  883-2888  Pender Harbour'* ONLY  Full Line Sporting Goodt Store  Francl* Penlntuli Place  Corner ol Sunshine Coast Hwy. I  Francis Peninsula Rd 683-276:  CONTRACTING  MOBILE HOMES  NEW AND USED  INSTANT HOUSING  883-9338 OR 580*4321  CALL COLLECT  P.nd.t Haubour. B.C. 883-2630  LIVE BAIT ��� TACKLE SHOP  CONVENIENCE STORE  DINING  ./^  Pub ��� Wauwtront H��auunun * Uoonoa  JJrCMrun ��� rwhtno)Ctartai ��� H**s> PswttH  UB RESTAURAUTT  574 683-9919  HAIRDRESSERS  ROOFING  leindale  Tar & Gravel, Shakes, Shingles,  Metal Roofs, Torch On, Durolda  683*9303   n matrix  Miss Sunny's  HAIR BOUTIQUE  883-2715  SERVICES  Peninsula Power  & Cable Ltd.  High and low voltage power Hoes  Cert. 7111  Ray Hansen Trucking  S. Contracting  Gravel, Clearing  Septic By-stems  883-8282  HughW.Jontt  LAWYER  Pender Harbour  Realty  883-9525  FAX:883-9524 12  Coast News, August 10, 1992  We're out to meet you!  Meet with JOHN CAWKER on  TUESDAY, AUGUST 11,1992  To arrange an appointment, call 666-7703  A Faxtoral Business Dcvajtopaiaaanl  Bank r��prtMntativt awH baa  paying your community a visit  in tha rva.i tern days Call  today and aitanga an appotnl-  m��nt to ducuss financing and  man.ag*mant sarvtcas (coun-  sailing, planning and training)  COMMUTED TO YOUR SUCCESS  la**rria>~ba4*af*e) OfflaX sBalBa>#  leisure  One of Ihe abandoned  buildings in Quesnel Forks.  ���CanadBnfl  For the finest in area dining  Dining guiDE  SECHELT LEGION *140  Our fabulous $6.75  BBQ Steak Dinner  every Friday, 6 - 8 pm, includes:  6 oz top sirloin steak, baked potato or potato  salad, green salad and garlic bread.  LUNCH: Served Monday ��� Friday, 11 am to 2 pm  DAILY SPECIALS  I'lus our regular menu that Includes  chicken strips, burger*.- and sandwiches  FISH & CHIPS WITH COLESLAW:  Every Thursday - only $4.55  TAKEOUT ORDERS AVAIIABLE  FAMILY DINING  Andy's RHtaurtnt - Lunch and dinner special every day. Every  Wednesday night is Prime Rib  Night. House specialties include  veal dishes, steaks, seafood, pasta,  pizza, Thai food and lots of NEW  dishes. Don't miss Andy's great  Brunch Buffet every Sunday from  11 am ��� 2:30 pm. Hwy 101, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open Sunday and  Monday 11 am - 9 pm, Tuesday -  Saturday 11 am -10 pm.  The Boat House - Just a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay,  offering daily choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood from the  West, East and Gulf Coasts as well  ���s ��� variety of other specialties,  loin us after 5 pm for dinner or for  our spectacular Sunday Brunch,  served between 10:30 am and 2  pm. Friendly service in a relaxed  atmosphere and fabulous meals  are just some of the reasons you'll  keep coming back. If you have an  important rendezvous or a ferry to  catch, please let us know and we'll  make the necessary accommodations. For reservations call 921-  8188. All major credit cards  accepted.  Cite Pierrot - Comfortable atmosphere with warm, helpful staff.  Homemade pastas, quiches and  daily specials are all prepared with  the freshest ingredients - both  healthful and delicious. Our whole  wheat bread and scrumptious  desserts are baked fresh daily, on  the premises. Outside dining, take  out orders for the beach and cappuccino are available. The Coast's  bistro...as unique as the Coast  itself. Mon fc Tues 9 - 5. Wed - Sat  9 - 9. Closed Sunday. Teredo  Square, Sechelt. Phone ahead for  your lunch! 885-9962..  Der Lebanon Restaurant - Now open  in Gibsons Park Plaza, Hwy. 101.  Lunch and Dinner features include  Chicken, Beef, Lamb and Vegetarian dishes, Shishkebabs, Falafels,  Cappuccino, Espresso and  Desserts. Open 7 days a week, 10  am -11 pm. Eat in or take-out.  Catering for parties and weddings.  886-3572. Everything we make is  made with love!  Hikl-A-Way Restaurant - Bring the  whole family and join us for great  dining at the Haid-A-Way Restaurant in Gibsons Motor Inn on Hwy.  101 at Park Rd. Our friendly, helpful staff and warm, pleasant atmosphere will add to your enjoyment  of our excellent breakfast, lunch  and dinner menu, which includes a  children's section.We're open 7  days a week, 5:30am - 2pm, closed  from 2pm - 5pm with evening  hours 5pm-10pm. Our Sunday buffet (11 am - 2 pm) features a  scrumptious salad bar, with a large  selection of hot and cold dishes  and desserts. Eat to your heart's  content. Don't forget our Friday  night 2 for 1 special 5pm-10pm.  Reservations 886-4501. 50 seats  plus banquet room.  Now Open  in Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons. Family Dining with Special  Children's Menu. Relaxed country  atmosphere and reasonable prices.  Our specialties are steaks and  burgers, homemade soups, pies  and salads, and entrees. Daily Specials. Take-Out available upon  request. Licensed i air conditioned. Open Sun - Thurs, 11 am -  10 pm. Fri at Sat 11 am -11 pm.  886-2993  Village Restaurant - Cozy family  style caie with an extensive menu  featuring special pasta dishes,  steak and seafood dinners. Come  in and check out our daily lunch  and dinner specials or have breakfast anytime. Saturdays are Prime  Rib nights. Fully licensed. Open 7  days a week, Mon. - Ihurs., 7 am  to8 pm; Fri, Sat. tSun., 7am to9  pm. 5665 Cowrie Street, Sechelt.  885-9811. Visa tr Mastercard  accepted.  The Omega Plus. Steak and Lobster  House - With a perfect view of Gibsons Marina, and a good time  atmosphere, the Omega is a people-watcher's paradise. You'll  often see Bruno Gerussi, former  star of the Beachcombers, dining  here. Menu includes pizza, pasta,  steaks and seafood. Steaks and  seafood are their specialties. Banquet facilities available. Very special children's menu. Reservations  recommended. Located in Gibsons  Harbour at 281 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268. Open for lunch Mon. -  Fri., 11:30 - 2:30; dinner daily 4 - 9  pm, Fri. & Sat., 'til 10 pm.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  Joky Roger ��� Spectacular waterfront  dining in Secret Cove. Lunch and  dinner served seven days a week  from 11:00 a.m. Lunch specials  daily. Dinner menu includes fresh  seafood, chicken, steaks, pasta and  pizza with homemade dough  made on the premises. A children's  menu is also available Join us for  Brunch on Sunday from 10:00 a.m.  - 2:00 p.m. Our Dockside deli is  open daily 5:00 a.m. - 2:00 pm. for  breakfast and lunch. Fully  licensed. Visa, Mastercard. Mercer  Road, Secret Cove. Reservations  recommended. 885-7184.  The Whirl - Open for breakfast,  lunch and dinner seven days a  week. Breathtaking ocean view  and sunsets from every table. Continental cuisine and seafood at its  best. Sunday Brunch from 8 am - 2  pm. Fully licensed and air conditioned. Dinner reservations  recommended. Hwy. 101, Davis  Bay. 885-7285.  New Chins Kitchen - GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA, 1100 HWY. 101.  Come enjoy our Gourmet Chinese  Buffet featuring over 16 hot dishes  plus salad bar & dessert. Also featuring a full service menu including Canadian Cuisine. Lunch or  Dinner. Licensed premises, dining  facilities for meetings, banquets  and parties. Hours: Sunday -  Thursday 11:30 am -10 pm. Friday  4 Saturday, 11:00 am - 11:30 pm,  lunch buffet 11:30 am - 2:30 pm,  dinner buffet 4:30 pm - 9:00 pm.  For reservations call 886-3028.  Visa/Mastercard accepted.  Backeddy Pub - Enjoy the natural  beauty of Jervis Inlet while lasting  one of our many homestyle specialties in the pub; or the casual  surroundings of our lamily restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge to the biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north ol Egmont on Maple Road.  Pub open Daily at 11:30 am.  Kitchen noun - Mon & Tues 11:30-  7:30, Wed -Fri 11:30-9-00, Sat it Sun  9:00-9:00pm.  Csdsrs Neighbourhood Pub - Great  food every day all day. Appetizers  and full menu along with terrific  daily specials, available 'til 9 pm  eveiy night. We're known for our  great atmosphere and good times.  Sun. - Thurs. open 'til midnight,  Fri. A Sat. oper. 'til 1 am. Visa,  Mastercard and reservations  accepted. 886-8171.  Sechell Legion 1140 - One of the best  bargains on the Coast, every Friday night, are the fabulous barbe-  qued steak dinners served from 6  to 8 pm for only $6.75. Dinner  includes a 6 oz. top sirloin steak  served with your choice of baked  potato (with all the garnishes) or  delicious potato salad. Abo included is a green salad with choice of  dressings and garlic bread. Lunch  is served Monday to Friday from  11 am to 2 pm. Daily specials are  featured along with a regular  menu that includes chicken strips,  burgers and sandwiches. Thursday  is Fish 4 Chips, featuring a full  order of the tastiest fish and chips  with cole slaw for only $455. Take  out orders available. Members and  guests welcome. 5591 Wharf Street,  Sechelt. 885-9922  Irvine's Landing Pub - Dinner menu  offers a variety of appetizers and  entrees featuring local produce  and fresh seafood in a relaxed setting with ocean view. Average dinner for Iwo, $30. We're now open 7  days a week 11-11 with our kitchen  open from 11-10. Pender Harbour,  883-1145, Mastercard & Visa. Fully  licensed.  FINE DINING  Blue Heron Inn - Located on the  waterfront, enjoy the view of East  Porpoise Bay. Relax and experience the deck which is now open  for lunch and dinner.Observe the  tranquil ducks and geese or dine  by moonlight with a candle at your  table. To savor this superb dining  experience, reservations are  required for dinner. Fully licensed.  Hours, Wednesday- Sunday.  Lunch 11 am- 2pm, Dinner 5 pm.  885-3847.  Cher. Philippe st Bonniebrook Lodge.  Open for Sunday Brunch. Chef  Philippe, formerly of the Roof  Restaurant at the Hotel Vancouver  is now at Bonniebrook. We have  fine West Coast cuisine prepared  from fresh B.C. ingredients, an  extensive wine list and expert service, intimate dining in the Heritage Lodge dining room with a  superb view of the Georgia Strait  and the surrounding shoreline.  Watch the sunset from your table.  Take a stroll along the beach after  dinner. Follow Gower Point Road  to Ocean Beach Esplanade. Reservations recommended 886-2188.  Visa, Master-card. Full licensed.  Open 5:30 lo 9:30 pm, 7 days a  week.  Creek House - Intimate dining and  European cuisine in a sophisticated  yet casual atmosphere. We serve  selections of rack of lamb, duck,  crab, clams, scallops, steaks and  daily specials from a constantly  changing menu. Reservations recommended. Roberts Creek Road  and Beach Avenue - 885-9321.  Open from 6 pm. Thurs. through  Sun. Visa (c Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino - Dine in the finest ocean  view restaurant in Gibsons Landing. Savour the delights of fresh  seafood from around the world.  Our extensive Dinner Menu  includes fresh seafood in our soup,  salad, hot or cold appetizers, main  courses and pastas. Other entrees  include steak, veal, chicken and  lamb. Caesar salad for two and  flamM desserts are prepared at  - your tableside. Our lunch menu  contains sandwiches and burgers.  Lunch hours: Thurs thru Mon  11:30 - 2:30. Dinner hours: Wed  thru Mon 4:30 - 9:30. CLOSED  TUESDAYS. Visa and Mastercard.  Reservations recommended. 886-  3891.  Lord Jim's Resort Hotel - A tranquil  view of Thormanby Islands and  Malaspina Strait set the theme for a  beautiful night out. Friendly, courteous staff, fine international cuisine, special desserts, comfortable  surroundings, and soft music add  up to make yours a night to  remember. We feature daily dinner  specials as well as our popular  "table d'hote". Summer hours  Monday through Sunday 8:00-  2:00, 6:00-10:00. Visa, Mastercard,  American Express. Reservations  recommend. 885- 7038  Pebbles ��� On The Beach - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by & sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Brunch on  Sunday 8-3. Reservations Recommended. In the heart of Sechelt at  the Driftwood Inn, Trail Avenue.  885-5811.  EAT IN TAKE OUT  Err* I Gwsn's Orlvi kl - Take ouf, or  delivery. Pizza, dinners, salads,  burgers, chicken, desserts, drinks.  Ice cream. Free home delivery  within 4 miles, after 5 pm only, on  $10 minimum orders. Small charge  for orders under $10. Hwy. 101.  Gibsons. 886-7813.  ImZ  1    "      I    J.JS'J  2S2  m Iliaa.au   ���ia.  szz  . .  .. M   >a��  .  , ���   "V   ;   ,       ��� *      aa*. *   *  '.' ���'��� .'-   ..   -���   ���  Panes from a lifelog  Footsteps of the furtraders  part 9  by Peter Trower  The pasl releases us. We  leave the phantoms behind,  head back out over the tricky  road, hit the blacktop beyond  Likely and emerge on the highway near 150 Mile House,  using the new route we should  have entered by in the first  place. We turn west at historic  Hat Creek Ranch, just above  Cache Creek and motor on  towards Lillooet.  This country is also new to  me. It's mostly ranch land  strung along a narrow valley.  Soon the multi-coloured walls  of Marble Canyon rear up to the  right - gaudy palisades against  the sky. We pass a fancy resort  on a small placid lake. Then we  break out of the valley into the  staggering enormity of the  upper Fraser Canyon.  After many miles of roughly-similar country, the landscape literally seems to  explode.  The canyon at this point is  wildly scenic, almost Andean.  Giddy vistas tip and tilt in  every direction. Homesteads  cling to grassy shelves on the  brink of sheer precipices. A  ginseng farm sprawls across a  green slope. The road goes  switchbacking down through all  this natural wonder. Lillooet  comes into view, perched on a  wide ledge above Ihe river. I've  never seen the famous old town  from this perspective before. It  seems much smaller somehow,  overwhelmed by ils surroundings.  It's all familiar going  beyond Lillooet. We lake the  Duffey Lake Road, newly-  paved since our last trip over it,  cruise through to Pemberton,  turn south and reach North  Vancouver before nightfall.  This has been one of our most  memorable odysseys bul it's  still gieat to be home again. It is  time to relax and unwind - to  decompress and remember.  The Sacked Forsaken Places  Across that riverbank meadow  Ihe lime-greyed cabins sprawl  like broken dreams  of yesterday occasions high  times long struck low  by the slow mallets of the years  artifacts of other-day endeavours  scattered to the wheeling  weather  shadowed by skeletal tree arms  haunting as half-forgotten  songs  testaments to mortality  in the museum light of morning  Here at the rustling forks  where Ihe Quesnel and Cariboo  Rivers  mingle and meld like lovers  in watery conjunction  loveless miners raised this  ragged town  to roar its moment glory  in Ihe yellow name of gold  When Ihe boom time passed il  dickered on  Industrious Chinese  kept the dimming flame alight-  worked the worked-oul creeks-  wintered and wandered-  dallied their days away  until the last mah-jong tiles  clicked silent  They inhabit  a quieter village now-  the white-crossed graveyard  that broods beside these ruins  Such ghost towns strew the  hinterlands       ���'      "   " "'���  monuments to yesterday-  bastions of vanished hopes-  sacked forsaken places  Sternwheeler saga part of  B.C. 'spioneering history  For 100 years sternwheel  steamers were the workhorses  on the rivers and lakes of BC  and the Yukon, even challenging the storm-tossed coastal  waters from Victoria north to  Alaska then around into the  Bering Sea and up 2,000 miles  of the Yukon River.  From 1858 lo the 1950s over  300 of the flat-bottomed vessels served generations of pioneers. In BC they plied all  major rivers, including the  Columbia, Kootenay, Thompson, Upper and Lower Fraser,  Nechako, Peace, Skeena and  Stikine. All major lakes knew  the throb of their paddlewheel,  from Kootenany and Arrow in  the southeast to Shuswap,  Okanagan and Kamloops in the  Interior, and to Atlin in Ihe far  north.  The story of Ihe slernwheel-  ers is a saga rich in danger, daring and death, a tale filled with  catastrophic boiler explosions,  frequent fires, sudden sinkings  and fortunes lost in a matter of  minutes.  According to one skipper  summarizing the safety of a  sternwheeler, "(she) may do  well for passengers, but I  woudn't trust treasure in her."  The fascinating history of  BC and the Yukon sternwheel-  ers is available from Heritage  House in new paperback edition of book by Art Downs:  British Columbia - Yukon  Sternwheel Days.  Sternwheel Days charts the  century-long history of these  unique vessels.  Although many lives were  lost in the flamboyant pioneer  era of liquor by the barrel and  gold by the ton, the role the  sternwheelers played in the  opening and development of  BC and Yukon was critical.  As Downs notes, "...over  300 sternwheelers were to ply  BC-Yukon waters, a record  matched nowhere else in North  America.".  In Sternwheel Days that history comes alive, thanks to  Down's painstaking research  and wll over 200 splendid illustrations.  FEATURING  V   TWO OF  VANCOUVER'S  TOP ALTERNATIVE ARTISTS    **  .������* mote  SAT.   AUG   15  Gibsons   Winter   Club  //1 O 1       Mwy_      Gibsons  TIX:   $8  Advance  $10  AT THE   DOOR  ��� >< >��t >i**~i   <>i��i:r*si    /\rv   **z:n>  ISLAM) rCfU'ERK I'RODl.'UloriS  Three urotds about  Great Coffee   FRESH.  FRESH,  FRESH!  Three words about  Fresh Coffee   AUDREY'S  COFFEE  SERVICE  Call Doug at  886-7686  OFFta &. RESTAURANT COFFEE  Supplies tV Equipment Coast News, August 10, 1992  leisure  Young singer has talent for twang  by Dank Haneen  Some people just hive what  it takes end 11 year-old Sarah  Norris is one of them.  After a two-year career,  which began with a solo in a  school Christmas play, the  grade six student recently  placed third in a White Rock  music festival Aug. 2 produced  by the BC Country Music Association (BCCMA).  A cool-sounding Sarah said  she was only "sort of nervous"  to perform her version of Reba  Mclntyre's 'Rumour has it' in  front of a large, boisterous  crowd.  Among her prizes, valued at  $250, Sarah won a free career  consultation with Vancouver  entertainment producer, Taylore  Foxe. She was also approached  by a Calgary-based music agent  who requested the young girl's  demo tape after hearing her performance.  "She's very talented," said  her singing coach Nikki Weber.  "She has a tremendous feel  for country music interpretation."  Weber, who has instructed  Sarah in formal voice training  for the past eight months and  coaches her in the youth trio  The Quartertones, said that  much of Sarah's talent is natural  and this, in combination with  her perseverance and "wonderful set of parents," should take  her far.  "She's a ham," said Brad  Norris, Sarah's father, about his  daughter's ability lo get up and  perform. Sarah, herself, gives  full credit to her love of country  music to her parents. When she  was younger, she remembers  listening to and being influenced by Patsy Cline.  It's not always easy to be a  successful singer though. She  sometimes has trouble remembering to do her half-hour vocal  warm-ups every day but her  parents are always there to  remind her. Her father is also  teaching her how to play the  guitar.  Sarah said that she became a  singer simply because she liked  to sing but her father had another explanation, "She played  Softball for years until she got  hit with a pitch. Then she started singing."  Sarah Norris can be heard  next at the Roberts Creek  "Creek Daze" August 22.  Sarah Norris  Breathy voice of The Velvet Fog revisited  by Peter Trower  Recently, through the generosity of my brother Chris, I  became the owner of a state-of-  the-art sound system plus a  hefty stack of records.  He was converting to CD  and wanted to start out afresh.  It was, to an improvident writer  like myself, a quite  unexpected and "���^~"  much appreciated  gift.  I immediately  retired the cheapo  Taiwanese equipment I had been  making do with for  years and went on a  music binge, delighted with this      pricey new toy.  The records Chris passed on  to me were an eclectic mix,  ranging from jazz and pop to  opera with some rock and  country thrown in for good  measure.  While I have never shared  his fascination with Italian  tenors, most of the other items  were very much to my taste.  Among them were four albums  by the extraordinary jazz singer  Mel Torme, an artist I have  shamefully neglected for years.  I lost no time in getting reac-  quainted with this masterly performer.  Back in the impossibly long-  ago days when Chris and I  on the arts beet  "Torme takes  tbe audience  on a jazz  roller-coaster  Hde���.'  were bouncing back and forth  between logging camps and the  stride-wearing Vancouver  street-gangs, Mel Torme was  known as "The Velvet Fog"- a  nickname deriving from his  breathy vocal approach. These  were the be-bop years and,  while Torme did a lot of ballads, he was also a     highly   inventive  scat vocalist. His  irreverent up-tempo  largely-wordless  treatment of Cole  Porter's Night and  Day, rivaled anything by Ella Fitzgerald and was a  massive hit among  the hipsters of the  time.  Sometime, in the very late  '40s or early '50s, Torme' made  a rare visit to Vancouver's  Cave Supper Club for a two-  week gig. As luck would have  it, Chris and I were both down  from camp and able to take in  his act  The singer, when he stepped  on stage, look absurdly young-  short, slight and baby-faced,  seemingly no older than I was.  But he was already a consummate pro.  He took command from the  opening number and wowed  the packed house through two  sets of cool impeccable vocalizing. At one point, Torme" sat  in skillfully on drums and  showed that singing was not his  only talent. It was a class act all  the way.  Chris and I were impressed  enough to go over and shake  his hand when the performance  was over. He thanked us courteously.  Now, through the medium  of Chris' albums, I am able to  re-evoke those memories at  will.  Unlike some artists, Mel  Torme" has actually improved  with age, like old wine. The  singer has grown portly in his  middle years but the limber  voice and the startlingly original approach to lyrics are better  than ever.  The most recent record I  have - a live performance at  Marty's Club in New York - is  a breathtaking tour-de-force -  the best of the lot. Backed by a  crack trio on piano, bass and  drums, Torme takes the audience on a jazz roller-coaster  ride that builds from song to  song to a spellbinding climax. I  hesitate to use the word  'genious' but it truly applies  here.  Bom in Chicago in 1925, he  was working as a singer,  arranger, drummer and composer for the Chico Marx band  at the tender age of 16.  He went on to form an avant  garde vocal quartet called the  On August 11 the Arts Centre Handmade Boats opens with  an unusual selection of boats  currently 'living' on the Sunshine Coast. As with all the  work in the From Your Collection exhibition in November  1991, these boats were all  loaned by their local owners,  who in some cases were also  the builders and designers.  Apart from being an attempt  to offset the absence of an  annual small craft meet on the  Coast, this show also draws a  comparison between boat  building and other recognized  functional craft forms such as  woodworking, instrument making, quilting, jewellery, pottery  and weaving.  As with these crafts, boat  crafting can emphasize the  MufftaY'tl*-**1  lour atat-AVe Tank  *riU n���A awmelitw  functional, can maximize aesthetics at all costs, or can act as  personal expression of external  values.  In the latter category are two  boats demonstrating an awareness of environmental fragility  in their use of salvaged materials. A variety of construction  methods are used, some of  which ate direct descendants of  traditions more than 10,000  years old. One of the highlights  of the exhibitions is an original  birehbark canoe owned by Pam  Robbins, which was purchased  by her grandfather a century  ago.  The show can be seen  at  the Arts Centie until Aug. 30.  a Just before a  relative's visit  b During a long  weekend  e Alter you've  had the rugs  cleaned  Omty Murphy'i Law!  Pump Your Tank Howl  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064  ask tor "Murphy"     j  Summer Arts and Craft Faire.  Hackett Park, Sechelt  August 15 & 16,1992  10 am to 6 pm  Just 3 blocks from Rockwood,  on the soft green grass under the trees  of Hackett Park, artists from  the Sunshine Coast will display and  offer their work for sale.  Pottery, jewelry, paintings,  photography, carving, fabric art and  much, much more. Music, children's  entertainment and food make this faire  lots of fun. Don't miss out!  Complimentary entrance with  a Festival of the Written Arts  weekend pass  Visit the Arts Centre nearby  Sponsored by  ���a***, u.v  Mel Tones that worked with  Artie Shaw and was the precursor of many such jazz-oriented  groups from the Four Freshman  to the Manhattan Transfer.  When the Mel Tones broke  up, Torme" struck out as a sin-  gle.  In addition to his musical  activities, Torme" has worked as  an actor in numerous films and  authored several successful  books including a novel called  Wynner, a biography of Judy  Garland that earned rave  reviews and a recent autobiography /( Wasn't All Velvet, that  was equally well received.  The Velvet Fog shows no  sign of blowing away in the  winds of time. Mel Tormr5 is  truly a Renaissance Man.  i New Zealand Rack of Lamb  With all the trimmings    4.4 ���PQC  Friday, August 14th     *^ #  Saturday, August 15th       ��� m  Reservations Requested  SENIORS' SPECIAL  Every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday  SAVE  15%  on your  menu selection, alcoholic beverages not included  Please mention this ad at time ot service  DOCKSIDE DELI  Open dally from 6am - 3pm tor breakfaat and lunch  TllEJOLLYIXXED.il  Mew Go SecreiCc.r .V^'IM       l'.J^��  it's Mexican Might a  Every Wednesday night at illusions  is Mexican Night  featuring dinner specials  BURRITOS, QUESADILLAS, TaCOI  and many more Mexican specials  Come and enjoy a night of excitement with the  feeling of MEXICO  ���        OPEN FOR LUNCH & DINNER  11:30 am to midnight  Pully Licensed      Tuesday imtouoH Sunday   J663 Teredo St.  All major credit Closed Mondays    On the Waterfront  cards accepted uucnonn at Inlet, Sechelt  hem  885-0900  II  Go Green.  This Week. Every Week.  if  QAVEN'o CRY TH.EATOE  PROTT,S  ^L  DEEP COVER  with Jeff Goldblum and -Larry Fishbum  tjitSTRICTIID)  Frequent violence, very coarse language  Showtimes: Friday, Aug. 7 - Thursday, Aug 13 ��� 8:00 pm  MATINEE PERFORMANCE  SAT. AUG. 22 AT 2:00 PM (general )  "Rock-a-Doodle"  an animated I  TT777J7Z  J/////M  ,,*"���  an animated feature  COMING SOON  Tfyett PRICES  /'/Adults'   $5... ������������"'  /S-iidents.   tj'3.50  Seniots & Children  ::"'itndcf 12 $2  The Unforgiven  with Clint Eastwood  (fttSTfttCtiO )  COMING SOON.*  SECOND ANNUAL  Indian Summer  Festival of the Arts  labour Day Weekend...September 4, 5, 6 & 7  New Summer Hours Monday Ihiough Friday ��� 10 am - 2 pm (until Aug 28th)  Foi further information call box office 885-4673 Coast News, August 10, 1992  L  tfillJ  AUTQUfttCMTBiyJ  ��� SaatM'DoorPaemU'tmadllnera-  ��� Caapata ��� vtnyi itapa ��� Oontrartablaa ���  K. 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UN IM      Raa.la.1M11  EXCAVATING  (Fastrac BACKHOE  SEIVICE  ��� SEPTIC rlELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� WATER LINES **�� ��>�� ��4  ��� clearing      Steve Jones    886-8269  If you w/nrc; .iclv��;rtisinf| tiere  you'd lx? ri*.uljini aliout  ,��rll - And sn would  ���uiiryhocly i'Isi?  Need a hoe? Call a pro!  "Grade-Rite  Excavating Ltd."  Property Development  Roads & Driveways  All Excavations ��� Free Estimates  885-7140  fSECHELT FIRE PLACE LTD  GAS ��� PELLET* WOOD  Complete Sales & Installations  SHOWROOM Op��n Tuas.-Sat.  5631 Wharf Rd. 888-7171  il  J  Licensed 5 Handed  PARKYN BAY CONTRACTING LTD.  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Kerry: 883-2154  Installation of:  ���TAMKO Fibrealass Roofing  ���INDAL Metal Roofing and  Cladding  ���Wolverine and BP Vinyl Siding  ���West Coast Solarium systems  FREE ESTIMATES  CALL 883-9551,  or Van. toll frta 669-2604  After hours call Fraser Murphy 883-9767  ^ BRIAN NEWMAN EXCAVATING f~       ^  ��� Septic Fields ���  - Drainage - Excavation  ��� Water Lines      - Rock Walls  . Landscape Construction -  ���0811886-39777  avaaaaaaaaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaab.  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  A  G & D Welding  H, Fabricating  Fabricating Shop ��� Mobile I  Certified Welders  Steel-Stainless  1101 Venture Way Qlbsons  886-4868 ��� George Leblan  MERCURY PAINTING  A  ��� 30 Years Experience  ��� Fully Apprenticed  ���Highest Quality Work  ���Faux Finishes ��� Murals  ��� Airless & Spray Equipped  m  886-7859  r                                                                       *��  D&B CRANE RENTAL  Phone: 884-5266  Night: 885-7085  ^J  []  CONTOUR  Quality Supply & Installation  Ceramic Tile, Carpet & Blinds  l SHOWROOM 851 HWY. 101 ��� GIBSONS- B.C. ��� PH/FAX: DB6-3.91/  SPOT-LESS PAINTING  ^  CENTURY ROCK  885-5910  >J5>'  & WALLPAPtHINQ  ��� Intflflor/Evtenor  ��� Piessute Wastinig  ��� Sp.-Jriliy Wall Finishes  FREE ESTIMATES  883-9843  6TONUFT - HOOK HEIGHT 65'  1STON UFT ��� HOOK HEIGHT 80  TnMflrMf MfMA  JOtfflMtfflillT  S  PETTO J. SUGARS  Custom Cabinets  Kitchen* ��� Bathrooms ��� Mlllwork  shop 886-8615    ���    res. 886*2231  A He      "  mm��  ./��       THE  IMPROVER  RENOVATIONS WITH 1  A TOUCH OF CLASS  COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL  88S-5M9  BOX 7  un  HALrMOON tM)  ���ecMt ��� A XIV Store  Furniture Land  Highway 101, Bo. 2549. Sechell. B.C. VON 3A0  % Telephone (604) 8B5-5756 ��� Fax (604) 685-2758 .  /^RIANl ROOFING & ATTIC VENTILATION^  HEATING  fWIOOrim .WKCIALItTt ��� LEAK REPAint  'LOMANCO- WHMLYMD ATTIC VENTS  * KEEPS YOUR HOWE COOL IN SUMMER  ��� PREVENTS CONDENSATION IN WINTER  B fl 6 LICENSED S NSUREO - FREE ESTIMATES  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  I885-4A66I  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks,  QUALIFIED DiALER ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  call NOW ������������?1H  Shoavroom. <;} Fount Wd. Cibsons        ^  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ' KITCHENS a BATHROOMS ���  886-9411  Cmllular   644-4907  PROPANE INC.  ��� Auto propane    "  ��� Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. O's  885-2300  , Hwy 101, across St.  from Big Mac's, Sechelt  /PRECISE PAINTING ti PLASTEItV  e All Pha�� of Drywall  ��� CaaTaskn Cunom  ��� FimbWi  ���JounwifMn WoriuMMhip  '���<<%&?  \rL  mtwia      ��� rtajfrn ma  v>* wtSfw, Coast News, August 10, 1992  15  sports  COTTRELL'S MARINE SERVICE  INSULATION  Q  ID  ��� Ban ft Blown ��� Commercial ���  ��� Residential ��� New ft Editing ���  886*8741  LANDSCAPING  S & G TREE SERVICE  ft      a  Topping ��� Trimming 'Pruning ��� Brush Chipper  Danger Tree Removal  Bonded and Insured ��� 20 Years Experience  885-3897  Ol* * S.ilt Water Licences a^LjJ  883-226). J  ' Motel f, Campsites * Writer Taxi'  ' Marine Repairs'      * Ice .ind Tackle  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  SEQUOIA  Landscaping Ltd.  ��� Complete Maintenance  ��� harden Recreation  ��� Retaining Walls ��� Pruning  Rick885-7248     Pat8850930 ^  MARINE SERVICES  GAMBIER ISLAND WATER TAXI  & Light Barge Service  S-��^SERVING HOWE SOUNDS  res: 886-8321 eel: 230-2989  ri  UTHERLftND  ..SALES * ^RVICE LTD���  BOX 34? Madeira Park, B.C. VON 2H0 883-1119 24His.  mutt  1TIM4 MNIMMUM  YANMAR  eOATTWUUEM  Mignarhira* Betlartea  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  Bu  mccaneer  Marina y Resort Ltd  Located in Secrel Cove 885-7888  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES - SERVICE -REPAIRS  K I. C Thermoglass i-etaa, Vn^-U  Cobra Boats now   mm   . w-i VJJaV>"'  In-Stock  [OUTBOARDS  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE "\  Cu9tom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding ��� Posts & f  Chris Napper 8863468  R.R J4, S6, C76,  Gibsons, B.C. VON 1V0  If  yon vuisrtJ ;iiIv*m tisinci lim <*  VOIl'll    III-    M'.KlllH]    itllOllt  Vonrsrll - And ho would  t'i/t'i vlinilv   i;lso  byMargSkelchtr  Saca Cavalcade Tournament  Two Capilano Golf Club members claimed the  Sea Cavalcade Trophies as Pip Roberts won the  Ladies Low Gross with a score of 16S for her two  rounds and Tom Rippon took the Mens Low Gross  with 142. Other men's prizes went to: Hans llickli  - overall low net (126), Brace Taylor - 1st Right  low gross (143), Ken White - 2nd Flight low gross  (ISI), Dick Lyle - 3rd Right low gross (159).  Donna Thompson had the second low gross in  the ladies' section with a score of 168. Two of our  gals own the low net category - Nora McKibbon  with 142 and Ruby Head with 145.  Congratulations to all the golfers who took part  and to all our club members who worked so hard  as volunteers to put on this major tournament.  Aletz Giroux and Nora McKibbon won the  Rendleman Trophy, a two-day best ball event for  the 18-hole Ladies. Runners-up were Marg Hubn-  ler and Edna Hilditch. The Tuesday winners were:  Rita Hincks and Wilma Sim (64), Kathy Patton  and Mary-Jo Pierlott (64), Marg Arbuckle and Jay  Townsend (66), Anne Burton and Jean Dean (67).  The 9-hole Ladies were allowed to convert their  worst two holes to par. This fun event was won by  Phyllis Cummlngs, with a net score of 26.5. Barb  Relton followed with 27 and Pat Dad 28.5.  The Senior Men played at Scotch Pinehurst and  Ihe team of Bill Sexton, Jim Nielson, Glynn  Davies, Harry Woodman, Bill Forman and George  Cooper ran away wilh the blue ribbon. The wooden tees went to Bernie Parker, Jim Buntain, Bob  Scott, Bob McKenzie and Bob Hagar. Laurie  Evens was closest to the pin on N0.8.  The team of Maureen Partridge, Evelyn Cooper,  Les Cowley, Bob Knight and Frank Taber won the  Mixed Twilight Scramble. Low Putts award wen to  Nan MacFarlane and Les Greene with 16 each.  They were followed by Bob Hagar wilh 17.  by Wendy Haddock  Monday Night Mixed Twilight men and women played  two ball, best ball under very  warm conditions. The winners  were: low gross Wendy Haddock and Ed McAllister; first  low net, June Reeder and Bill  Lawrenuk; second low net,  Lamar Muse and Sylvia Thirlwell; third low net, Eldy Gandy  and Marj Harbord; fourth low  net, Richard Frappier and Carol  Reid. KP on number three Vera  McAllister and men's, Lamar  Muse. On number six, Neil  Reeder and Vera McAllister.  Low putts went to Murell Smith  and Shirley Grout.  Seniors Men's Day Tuesday,  July 28 saw 44 of our finest play  low net. First low net at 60 was  Don Roberls; second low nel  tied at 63 Bill Dean and Ted  Dobrindt; third low net at 66  tied George Reid and Cece  Clements; fourth low net at 67  Les Hassan; fifth low net at 68  Wilf Crowe and lid Gibson. KP  on number three Bobo Sagansky  and on number six George  Langham.  Ladies day winners July 30,  play the competition throw out  tourney and the winners  were 18 holers: First, LaVerne  Richardson; second Shirley  Dumma and June Reeder; and  the winner for the nine holers:  First, Shirley Grout and a tie for  second, Joan Willcock and Marj  Harbord.  Hockey players sought to play in Europe  Shane Joe puts his ball up and out of the rough during a friendly game at the Sunshine Coast Golf  and Country Club. Joel Johnstone photo  t   '  i 111 gal j  * ���  iLaafflMB                            70 <8I- XM  ^Vt*  -Ai  rV  W****,..                  ccT  ��� Wa^tMaaMtaVleeemMeM.     ^  s  >~-r"^\��^.fc��  Ui  mM]    ^f      To lln aval. baaaMaaa wall U<> n��<a�� ^|  ��� CALL THESE EXPERTS ��  **^CAU THE COAST NEWS SSS-nW fl  HOME IMPROVEMENTS    ^  *        MARINE SERVICER  The manager of Team Western, an adult hockey  team based in Winnipeg, is looking for players to  participate in two recreational hockey tours of  Europe this winter. One is to Russia while the others ate in Germany, Austria and Italy.  bridge comer  The entire roster is filled on a first come, first  served basis and the team will play five non-contact exhibition games during the 11 day tour. All  area players are welcome. Contact Don Finkbeiner  at 204-831-7029 of FAX 204-831-7243.  by Rudy Notzl  North made a very shakey  overcall after his partner  passed. When North's partner  raised and eventually doubled  opponents contract, even  putting the contract down,  berated his partner, who retorted: "I knew you were bidding  my hand already when you  overcalled, but you were underbidding my hand I"  Sunshine Coast Bridge Club  winners: July 29 were first, B.J.  Miller and Shirley Huggins;  second, Tom Wood and Wilbur  Rousseau and third, Tiny  Scatchard and Bert Wickham.  August 3 was first, Patti  Phillips and B.J. Miller and  second, Tom Wood and Wilbur  Rousseau.  Coming up August 10 at 7  pm at the Senior Citizens Hall,  Sechelt, Opening Leads -  everyone welcome.  ACBL contest: first, Jean  Coyle; second, Pat Ashby and  third, B.J. Miller.  MOM TIME HT. FT.  TUES TIME HT.FT.  2:55 12.7  10 10:30 3.4  MO    6:15 14.5  11:35 10.9  FRI TIME HT. FT.  1:15  14 6:25  FR 12:55  7:45  9.0  12.7  4.3  14.3  WED TIME HT. FT   rHUBS TIME HT. FT  4:00 12,7  11 11:15 3.3  TU    6:40    14.5  SAT TIME HT. FT.  1:45  7:05  1:25  8:05  8.3  12.7  5.0  14.3  12:10  12    4:50  WE  11:50  7:05  10.4  12.7  3.4  14.4  SUN TIME HT. FT.  2:15  7:50  1:55  6:25  7.6  12.5  5.9  14.3  REFERENCE: Point Atkinson  Pacific Standard Tlma  12:40 9.7  13    5:40 12.8  TH  12:25 3.7  7:25 14 4  Ihr 40mm pfcalmln rwaachn ol  and r aaM. to* ooeh ��. ol la*  Tide Tables Courtesy of  4!X -~ X aaa. La      A W. ifo.   *;#ViS#**��lilr..:  Coast News Classifieds Eli:  836-2622  885-3930  CUP & SAVE  ;CJ bcfgrrigs  Schedule  HORSESHOE BAY - LANGDALE  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  Leave Langdale  6:20 am       4:30 pm  8:30 M 6:30  10:30 8:20 M  12:25 pmM  10:10'  VM a-damolM  '���*w NmrkkSm  Leave Honethoe Bay  7:30 am     5:30 pm  9:30 M  11:30  1:15 pm  3:30     ,  7:25 M  9:15  11:00'  "���nr.4lvt.or  Leave Earle Cove  6:40 am       4:30 pm  8:20 M 6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  4,4A M * mTH&&  Leave Saltery Bay  5:45 am M 3:30 pm  7:35 5:30 M  9:30 M 7:30  11:30 9:20  1:30 pm  GLASSFORD PRESS DESIGN STUDIOS  Contemporary graphic design for all your communication needs.  ��� 886-8755 *>  CUP & SAVE  GIBSONS BUS SCHEDULE  & Beams       AsLXt  ROUTE 1 via North Rd., Seaoot,  Fletdier, Qov/er Pt., Franklin, Marine Or.  Depart'5:45 am 1:45 pm Depart       8:14 am 4:11  Mall      7:45      3:45      Langdale 10:11      6:11  9:45     5:45      Ferry      12:11pm 8:08  11:45      7:45      Terminal    2:08  'No 5:45 am ran Sat., Sun. or Holidays  NOTE: Shoppers Loop leaves Mall 10:45 am,  12:45 & 2:45 pm, Mon.-Sat.  Inlormation, comments or suggestions ��� 886-9318  ROUTE 2 via Pratt, Chaster, King, Veterans.  Hwy. 101, Wookcreak PK., SC Trailer Park  Depart   7:30 am 4:25  Arrive   7:45  Mall    -12:25 pm 6:20   Mall    12:45  4:40  6:40  '12:26 p.m. routes via Bonniebrook, Gower Pi  NOTE: No 5:30 a.m., 7:30 a.m. or 6:20 p.m.  .service Sat., Sun or Holidays  Swccwwl Agejtrifio  INSURANCE  886-2000  TRAVEL  886-9255  Travel  Red Carpat Sanrica from Friandly Prolasslonalt In Sunnycratt Hall, Qlbtont I 16  Coast News, August 10, 1992  JF*trM'\;  fc^Y* 2   TTlS&VtS   Coast News (Monday) Classified Deadline:  *aT ���/              (SA       Noon Fridays  Get 4 insertsUTtimr S SechGJ��8Ce*s  tOOnORCtMHSON  N ��� fantihed and we want to  sal. 4 tarjrms. 3 tarns, drning  room, nook rec. room Al gas  ape* (S| and heat Some an.  vaulted ceiling, fireplace and  central vac. Asking $177,000.  Ptwne 865-3572 any lime to  MM. I34cn  3 Mrm. 2 Darns, slone tire-  place. 2 blocks lo beach in  Davis Bay. suite potential.  SI 29.000.885-3572.     I34cn  Seevatw lot. serviced, cleared,  comer of Chamberlin and Cen.  iral W9000 Firm 886-9049  a  Wanted ��� 1 -3 acres or older  home on acreage in Redrooffs  lo Helmoon Bay area. 1-047-  2630 "34*  Three bdrm. home. 2 acres,  guest collage, Roberts Creek.  $169,000 No agents please.  8860103. I34W  Lasquen island 20 acre organic, homestead, gardens,  orchard. 1400 sq. ft home.  $135,000. Phone 474.5935.ss  WANTED ���/��� 3 bedroom  house on large lot. quiel road,  Roberls Creek. Phone 886-  8755, lv mess, lor Bhan.TFNs  Large Lol in Selma Park. 3  bdrm. 2 bath. 2 l/p, $ in-law  suite. $145,000 885-5469  evenings.21/2 acre serviced  lot lor sale, near Secret Cove.  224-6180. Vie* lot, water  hydro, $46,000 firm. Chamberlin 4 Central, Gibsons. 886-  9049 ss  Roberta Creek Reduced 1/2  Acie pnvale forest ocean side  of highway. 2 Dorm, and studio, 5 appl included, no  agents $186,000. Owner 885-  7961. ��33W  1/2 acre lol Lohn Rd.  Redroofts. controlled subdivision. $49.500.1-228-9680. ss  New quality built home,  YMCA Rd., Langdale. 3  bdrmup ensuite, soaker tub.  angle shower, comer sink.  Main bathroom asaasMBOa  bath/shower unit. 2 bdrm.  downstairs with bathroom  tub/shower Large utility  room, rumpus room, 2 car  garage M5-4616 115-2735  eves aa  Langdale, Dy owner, attractive  1056 sq fi 2 bdrm bungalow  on 83.163 lot. 690 sq. ti. finished bsml.. 2 FP, insert in  bsml New double windows  and carpel, carport and cedar  siding externr 886-9290.  I32ss  OWNER WEST SECHELT,  STOP-LOOK �� LISTEN  Jusl see whal you're missin! A  cozy modern home for two ���  you'd look no further il you  knew. All the treats in store tor  you ��� vaulted ceilings - skylights, too - all landscaped - no  work to do. All drapes, appliances as new - Come, be  smart and deal wilh me. No  commish or GST. $120,000.  Phone 885-9306 ��� 6512 Bprn  Place. I32cn  *$*>fklliv>tl(1il(  NAIIONAl MAI ISIAII SIIVKI  Real Estate. Ri'tin. iwiil  RitatiHiL I m baci  at yi www.  J. R. (Jim) Munro.  s NltS tiibsiiits IW��Vi277   j  4 bdrm. 2000 sq. It. unique  home on a pnvale 1/3 acre lot  Posl t beam oak lloors  throughout. 5 mm walk from  peach & downtown Roberts  Creek $175,000 By owner  886-9390 ss  CLASSIFICATIONS  1.    Hmw �� Property  'TN  t   awn  a,   OkRuarlee  a.   ThtankYou  GREAT)  7.    An fwufl content  W     HtOffMtJMI  am        ���"    * *���           a\  V.     Tlt\mmwim\ a  JDEAa/  ajn^mmWe'mjeats  1*. Lost  11. Found  It. Pali a Livestock  IS. Hulk  ���mmnwb  14. Travel  ^H  11. Wanled  mfB mm��j  IS. Free  17. Oaneefelee  w  IS. -Malar a Tree*  10.  wSm mm bpm KTmi  18. aassesiieea  ai,  For Renl  aa. Fumaim  n.  Commercial tor Rwtt  ti. For Sale  s��.  EnMrtolnnenl  a. Heavy Eaiulemenl  as.  Help Warned  a*, auioo  M.  Bualneea and Home  M. Tmeka  tervleee  Mo Ciinptfi  M.  Work Wenled  M. MeVtoo  J7.  CMMCare  Jf.    ssawWW HOMSA  as.  Buolno aa Osportunntee  ojBja       laoaalaaaaoaaanlaa -  WS.   MVIOIVfVMS  M.  Level  aTV.  WaawWOsi a?o noni  4*.  TooLaMtoCtmHy  Coast Ne*s  Monday f*T* -  At any of our convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 883-2888  AC BUILDINO SUPPLIES 883-9551  In Halfmoon Bay  BaU STORE 885-9435  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 885-9721  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 885-3400  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  5521 Cowrie Street 885-3930     Q  In Gibsons   !^  THE COAST NEWS  (behind Dockside Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  ���  There'* always service with a smile when you  place your classifieds at B*J Store, our  'Friendly People Place in Halfmoon Bay.  ANDERSON MALTY  ��� Recreation ��� Reliramenl  ��� Relocation  CATALC-OUB  bfBI- Cowrie St    Boa 1219  Secneit B C  VON 3A0  885 3211 FAX IIS 2899  Van   loll Free 684-8016  Special 3 bdrm dbl. Mobile. A-  1 condition. No reasonable  oiler refused, mo? SCMH  Pa*. Hwy 101, Gibsons. 886-  7067. 133*  46' x 330' ot prime low bank  waterfront in Gibsons Harbour  near Gibsons Manna. House  needs repair but could be  fixed up lor recreational or  rental use. Property zoned  Tourisl Commercial (C-2).  Double garage plus storage  shed. $169,500. Phone Jenniler 1-669-7070. ss  Four bJrm. house with rec  room and oak bar or 3 bdrm.  house with suite. 2 storeys,  double garage, duplex zoned,  corner lot, Jacuzzi tub, 2 Ip.  Call 926-2210. ��32cn  Waterlront lot Halfmoon Bay,  low bank, moorage a possibility. 885-7703. #32W  New 3 bdrm. 1400 sq. ft. with  mortgage helper downjralee.  $179,900. Call Craig. 886-  2352. <32w  SPECIAL 3 bdrm. dbl. mobile,  A-1 condition $57,900. No reasonable otter refused. #102-  SCMH Park, Hwy. 101, Gib-  tons. 886-7067.        J33W  Home on 6-aotea, Redrooffs  area, 3 bdrms., 1 1/2 baths,  vaulted ceilings, skylights,  large decks, natural settings,  private, $185,000.885-7492.  ���33W  New 3 bdrm., 2 bath rancher,  heart ol Sechell on sewer 1  gas, low maintenance landscaping. 886-2330   833CN  Nice NEW craftsman/owner  built compact 5 bdrm. 2 bath  home on private sunny 1 acre  In Pender Harbour. Solid pine  doors and kitchen. Completion  approx. 5 weeks, $178,000  before carpets (NO GST!).  8B3-2882. ��33W  Panorama  Water vie* lot 180  toeing Howe  Sound Longdolc, gentle riopc.ueed  Approx. dimension ,79" a 211'  Facing aaoler Over 1/2 acre  Serviced aailh underground power  cob.-vi.lon, water, eU.  Contact M. Poppet  M:eSSIorSSo>734t  Reduced For Quick Sale -  Like new large split level 3  bdrm. home on fully landscaped yard in quiet neighbourhood ot W. Sechelt. Too  many features to list. Open  House Sunday, Aug. 9 at 6336  Oracle Rd. from 1-4 pm. For  more Into call 885-2556 or  665-3948. Asking $164,500.  I33W  THINKING  OF SELLING  '/ dent look at H as busing or <  houms I look tt it oo hetpeig people  erfvovo anal lhay want out ol��..'  NO QUISTION ABOUT IT���  CALL  KEN SHIARSMITH  885*277   SratALTY**.  ���JlinStMITMCHELT  IB.  Paint tut ol stars to Color TOUT  World ��� your customer dealings are superb" i ion the  Mur family. I32CN  On behalf of the Fansh family.  Joan and John Houngan wish  to thank Doctors Hunter, Ovc  hill and Burtin and Ihe wonder-  lul nurses on second floor. St  Mary's Hospital tor all Ihe lime  and care Ihey gave our motn  er. Janet Oui lhanks also to  Ihe Sunshine Coasl Home  Support Society. Ihe Kiwanis  Care Home stall, the Stroke  Group and the Alzheimer*  Support Group, also to Janet s  dear Inends who have always  been there to help along ine  way. Thank you.        I32CN  We buy beer bottles and beer  cans, paying 80 c/doz. 686-  8039 TFN  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  8B5-78B3,24 hour line. TFN  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  50TH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY OF ANNE I STUART  METCALFE  inends and family celebration  Open House Sat.. Aug. 15.  i 30 to 4 30 pm at the Motcalte  home in Gibsons        I32CN  Are you a woman in an unhappy relationship, do you need to  talk? Call the Sunshine Coasl  Transition House for confidential 24 hr. service. 885-2944.  TFN  Runners in the Gibsons area  interested in forming a duo.  Contact David Barnum. 866-  0022. ��32  Individual, Couples & Family  Counselling. Sliding Scale  available. Jan Michael Sherman. 685-5166. TFN  PERSONAL COUNSELLING  Specializing recovery issues.  Mary Pinmger M.A. R.C.C.  8654887. ��32w  Marty Sims Please pick up  your Hon truck. 686-8087.  I33cn  Announcements  filler  Industrial First Aid Summer  School Aug. 10-21 and Sept.  14-25. Special rates for union  members and volunteers  (P.E.P. V.F.D.) $275 - Reg.  Tuition $400 883-9899. Gibsons M.C. accepted.    ��32W  Does someone in your family  have a drinking problem? Call  Al-Anon 886-9903, 865-7484,  686-9059. Al-Ateen 866-2565.  NC  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOD COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Environment  Friendly Petnls    f- \,  In All ��v /  Colours Ol   ���     , <:.���//'  rfto Rainbow.   aK     ' '/ ,  ..Includtnn Green sX     f^f  Bill Wood  SECHELT 2L  A Bus. 885-2923  Res 885-5058  Adult children of Alcoholics or  diifuncttonal families please  call 886-3649 or 685-4622 for  help. NC  Pender Harbour t Dist. R.C.  Legion Branch if 12 are  pleased to sponsor a going  away party and celebration for  Bill and Violet Evans, Sun.  Aug. 16 from 2-5 pm Refreshments ��� all friends welcome.  ���32W  ^unriifitgbuirl C��mt(rjris  Crafts, Fancy T-Shirts t Vests, Bogs.  Leather Earrings, Fridge Magnets  lace: 825 Davis Rd. Cindy's Race  Open 10:00am -3:00pm or  Phone any time 886-3967  cottee I. cookies FREE  Opening Day Fri. July 24.  Craniosacral sessions now  available with Usha. 686-2750.  13201  Great level and treed property  near school and park, Lot 74  Cooper Road, Hallmoon Bay,  B3'x245', only $49,000. Call  Mary 736-3441.        S33W  For Ssle by owner - Veterans  FM., 1240 sq. fl. 3 or 4 bdim  rancher, large lenced ysrd,  closs to Qlbsons. Asking  $129,900.886-2785 Ol message 686-7012. st  LOG ENDS  by container  load  886-7033  All Adull sports teams looking  lor sponsorships. Phone 886-  8857. I34cn  R    Recreation  Learn to scuba dive. Prolessional inslructors. Full Padi  Certification. Seasport Scuba.  885-9630 TFN  3  'J  Black neut. male cat with white  patch on chesl. Phone 886-  3637. ��32W  Siamese cat wilh dark face  and feel on Trail Ave. 885-  9272. ��32W  Curved handled walking stick  losl Friday, July 24 at Variety  Foods. 686-9619.      ��32w  Mans gold Seiko walch,  Sechell or Madeira Park.  Reward. 683-1160.    ��32cn  Calico cat In Wilson Creek,  Aug. 1.865-5846.       H32CN  Key on key chain lound st  Mary's Variety. Anchor key  chain. Claim at Coast News  office in Gibsons.       H32CN  \7 Pets &  Livestock  Black fern, horse, pt. quarter,  pt. thoroughbred, $1200.886-  2338. ��32W  Free tat fluffy kittens. 866-  2270. "32CN  Pure bred pomp., 10 months  old, well trained. 886-4850.  I32CN  Boston Bull Terrier puppies,  ready Aug. 19. Registered.  $500,863-2934.      H32CN  Brittany Spaniel puppies, CKC  reg., shots, dewormed. 886-  8191. ��32CN  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then t Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons.  886-4716 or Martee Fashions.  NC  Help reduce the pet over-population problem - spay or  neuter your pet. NC  German Shepherd X puppies  lor sale, $150, healthy and  adorable, 4 males, 6 wks.  Ptirjrie afler 5pm from Aug. 11,  665-2079. S32CN  Arctic Woll-Malemute pups,  white, parents can be seen.  $4CO-$500.885-9675.     ss  Shar Pei pups lor sale. 886-  657V I32W  Werner pigs, ready soon. 886-  3134. I32w  HAY FOR SALE!  5551 #7 Road, Richmond.  273-3693 or 273-1906. ��32w  Piano Tuning  repairs, appraisals  Ken Dalgleish  886-2843  Fndge. approx 64' high x 30'  wide. Curtains to covnr  B4*at80*. 885-4503.     i34w  Top $ paid tor military items.  Rifles, bayonets, badges,  medals. 686-/591.     I37cn  Short box canopy lor Ford  Ranger. 866-9950 or 886-  2612. S32CN  Second hand easy to use paint  shaker. Contact 686-8686.  I32CN  Kayak, prefer Nimbus Sdam-  der/Horizon/Sealarer or Current Designs/Solslice/Expedi-  tkm. 8864180 132  Road racing quality bake Irame,  size 61cm or 24'. Days 686-  6755 Evenings 886-9667 Ask  for Roger. TFNs  Heavy Duly Shelving. 885-  3930. 9-5pm. Reasonable  price. TFN  Two Peter Gzowski tickets,  inside. 886-3841 or 686*3565.  n/c  Aluminum boal to tt or less,  consider very light libreglass  886-3328. I33cn  Used wooden Irame windows.  1, 33'x38', 1 39'x36*. 886-  9346. I33cn  Will buy used Levis, jackets 1  jeans. 883-9821.       ��33cn  Wanted Sailboard. storage  shed, bunk beds, reasonable  prices, leave message. Maureen. 865-5007.        ��32W  #  COASTLINES     MOBILE  MUSC  Music to all occasions.  Phone 884-5430 *37  Small cast cannon in carriage.  Approx. 11/2' bore. 885*3431.  ��32cn  Small utility trailer (13 or 14'  wheels) 886-7409.    ��32cn  Conbinalion wood and eleclnc  kitchen range. Good cond.  885-3974 or 1 -599-4509.��34cn  Free Home Delivery  of Farm Fresh Milk  and Dairy Products  ANYWHERE on the  Sunshine Coast.  vat   *  1L bottle     y%  $1.19  0.  CallJohn*  ���THE  UDDER  GUY*  885-5577  Electric stove, good working  order. 886-9847.        S32CN  2 family garage ssle.Sst Aug.  15,10-1 pm. 484 Marine Drive.  Gibsons. ��32cn  5409 Derby, West Sechelt,  Aug. 15 4 16, l0-2pm, furniture, dishes, etc.       M2CN  Electric stove, good condition,  white. $190.885-9234.��2cn  Sears Kenmore microwave  oven. 11/2 cu. ft. Hardly used.  $200.885-1953.       43301  Glass bathtub doors, $75;  water filter, $385; white washer,   gieen   dryer,   $150  each*��225, both. 863-2750.  I34W  Moflat built In dishwasher  $150; Danby X' range whits  $250,886-4633.       83401  Couch, 3 cushion, gold brocade. Excellenl condition. $80.  885-7490. M4cn  Urge 2 drop leaf pine table &  various pine chairs $300 OBO;  Diningroom suite 1 leettatxe. 6  chaiis, hutch S bullet $600  OBO; blue crushed velvet  sofa, love seal, chair and footstool $400 OBO; hideabed  $300; glass topped coffee  table, hexagon end table and  cabinet endtable, all 3 $150  OBO. 886-7259 ��32cn  Must make room, new unfinished pine lable, 4 chairs,  $200; rattan table, 4 chairs,  $300, new pine student desk,  $100; new childrens table 14  chars, $80.865-3655.432CN  9 drawer maple coloured br.  dresssr t queen size bed  rrwne.$300J396-2431>33cn  Large chesterfield hideabed  $400; 3 pee. osk bedroom  $600; lge. coffee table $75;  love seat $200.885-7759.  13401  36' wood lathe, steel sland.  molor 5 pee kmle set. $350.  886-7409. I32cn  16 cu. tt. almond tndge. good  working order. $175 OBO.  686-2892 t34w  Good TV convener i a good  cordless phone. Bolh $65.  886-2727. I32cn  1981 FIREBIRD  $2,800  1981 CAMARO  $2,000  1980  CHEVETTE  $800  PONTIAC  400 BB  $250  1984  JOHNSON 4 HP  OUTBOARD  $380  COMMERCIAL  MEATSLICER  $500  MANUAL H/D  COME-ALONG  WINCH FOR  TRUCK  $150  PORTABLE  HYDRAULIC  LOG SPLITTER  450  5,000 WATT  HOME SPA  SAUNA  L'L'Ovnlh  $250  886-8595  Atli��� i ijpin  886-7919  l>iys  ASK FOR NORM  36' wood lathe, steel stand,  molor 5 pee knile set, $350.  886-7409. ��32en  16 cu. ft. almond fridge, good  working order. $175 OBO.  686-2892. ��34w  Good IV converter i a good  cordless phone. Both $65.  886-2727. ��32cn  15-20 channel sleel beams.  1/2' thick, 8' wide; 4 creosode  poles 1 337F Cat motor with  new turbo. 886-3360. ��34w  Westmount truck canopy. As  new. $300 OBO 886-9443.  I34w  Building Supplies: l-2'4' pocket door frame $35. l-4'x4'  casement white aluminum window double pane $100; door  jams, primed 5-213', 1-2'0' $20  ea. All new, never used. 886-  7372. <34w  IKEA round table with four  chairs, white, 2 yrs old. $175.  686-7372. ��34w  20' trailer lully conlained  (Roadrunner) $2000. 685-  4029. H34w  NEED CASH?  Fundraising and consignment  auctions. Specialist. 885-7616.  ���34cn  Moving: Illuminated book case  $75; 4 drawer filing cabinet  $30; adding machine $20;  rebounder $50; bedside cabinet $15; small chest of  draweers $15; end table $20.  Freezer $100.885-9355.��34cn  Doll house 40'x56'. $30. 885-  4503. #32cn  Household goods. Savings  machine, typewriter, wooden  table, rener chair and misc.  885-3984. 33w  Kenmore 840 Powermate vacuum/accessories. 3 1/2 yrs.  old, exc. cond., $200. 885-  7080. I34W  Floal house, 750 sq. ft. one  bdrm., propane appliances,  wood heal, $12,600 OBO.  885-1942. B  SATELLITE SALES  Qrssn Orvion Earth Station  H4-tiJ40  TFN  Winchester Ranger, 7 mm  Remington Magnum, bolt  action with or without scope,  $400.886-3716.        S34W  2 ton hydraulic hoist, 110 volt  or 12 volt, $1500.886-2565  I33W  Twin box spring, $50. Alice  886-7774. S33W  Older alder firewood, $40/cord.  You pick up. Alice 886-7774.  S33W  Airco Gas lurnace Good cond.  $315 885-6276 ss  SALE  6' cedar 4x4's. $6 each. 885-  5031. ss  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, light weight,  ergonomic design grip belt,  $650 OBO. 886-7097.     ss  4' PVC solid or perforsted  pipe, $10; ABS 4: $20; 3: $15;  2: $10; 1 1/2', $8, sll 10'  lengths, will deliver. 686-9033.  TFN  CEDAR SHAKES a LUMBER,  any size. Will custom cui.  685-5669 or 865-5601. TFN  USED RAILWAY TIES for  retaining walls.; Unscreened  topsoil $110 load. 886-8204.  ss  Anything Give us a make 1  model t II required, how much  you want to spend. We'll try  our best. 886-9033.      TFN  Parker Hale 2100 Mainland  30.06 cal with Leopold scope,  $600,686-7591. SS  Dresser 4 mirror, matching  headboard $200, Wedding  dress, size 9.883-9114.13201  5000 watt CMernsan r-joarelor,  8 HPBS, 3 months old. $825  OBO. 886-7372. SS  Parker ��� Hole 30.06, 3x9  Bushnell scope. Marlin 444s  Winchester, Queen size  waterbed. Bentwood rocker.  685-5467. M  24' premium resawn or taper  sawn cedar shakes. 485-4453.  ���34W  Super-8 or regular-B movie  camera and projector, also  screen tripod end light, $125.  886-9420. TFN  11 hp Sears lawn & garden  tractor, like new $1150. 685-  4590 13201  4x6 Highwaii trailer, donut  wheels, $200 OBO. 686-7591.  S32cn  CEDAR SHAKES I LUMBER,  any size. Will custom cut.  865-5669 or 885-5601. TFN  Looking for S pet ill Help?  Try��  cl tuirlcd id orTertni a  CAREER MOVE  KAMLOOPS  KITIMAT  .KELOWNA...  and IW more B.C. tod Yukon  community newipipen.  /Ml for jusl  $195.  Thai's over 3a000,000 readers.  If you're BUYING,  SELLING, or simply  TELLING,  IT PAYS TO  SPREAD THE  WORD.  Fair mam irafiirmaliaan  call Ihe  COAST NEWS ai  R8*2622 Glhraau,  88S-l9MSaxMl,  aar l-(604)-M99222 Coast News, August 10, 1992  17  Take Advantage erf oar New Classified Ad Spetrial  Run yout9 classified ad 6 times,  and pay for only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  Lowrey Psgent organ, $350;  Panasonic microwave oven  885-5771. I34W  U-shaped modulsr used  kitchen csbinsts, walnut  mloumd, 10110' - 6* bar, with  bathroom vanity, $700; 1991  Dodge LE grey truck seat,  $150; 1972 Honda XL motorcycle. $150, Inglis elec. stove,  green, $150; TV antennae,  $25,886-2142.       S32CN  12001 airckjaner, $250  new. ssking $125; portable  metal/leather massage table.  $575 new. asking $425; diamond ling. sppr. at $4600,  ssking $3500 885-3295 (work)  Val. I33W  ���Iks Norco Micro Mountaineer  for sge 6-10, $80. Aijou 885-  9272. (34W  26' color TV. lloor model $200;  oil kitchen stove $175; woodslove $225.866-7249.  I32cn  6000 HAY  t&COr-SsleMlvtrsd  Ca*4l Between 12-1pm  185-9357  TFN  Wellmaster well pump $375;  1940s Blond china cabinet  $125; Homelitecut off saw  $175; Admiral self cleaning  stove $150; 100 egg incubator  $25; 23 r.h. 25 brass propellor  $100,685-2213.  13201  Captains bed w/matlress $100;  tent trailer, fibreglass $2,000;  Red Coke fridge $50; 6 h.p.  motor $350; 2.5 h.p. $150.  Phone alter 5pm. 885-3676.  13201  7x5 wooden utility trailer, $300,  Whirlpool washing machine,  $50; large metal desk, $30.  ��32W  New ping eyetwo irons (paid  $1300), 1 threw sand wedge,  $850 OBO. 886-0916.132W  17 mm magnum rifle;, two 16'  rims with 700-16 lires. 885-  2738. ��32W  7x5 wooden utility trailer. $300;  Whirlpool washing machine,  $50; large metal desk, $30.  8664329.   New ping eyetwo irons (paid  $1300), 1 threw sand wedge,  $850 OBO. 686-0918.132W  17 mm magnum rifle;, two 16'  rims with 700-16 tires. 885-  2738 M2W  16 spd. min bike. 885-2634.  I32W  Truck mate, black tool box.  $100. One man's and one  lades' 5 spd mountain cruiser  bicycles. $100 each. 686-  4714 t32cn  Wrecking: 1969 Mustang 5 L,  1981 Trans Am. 1976 Camara  Z-26. Call Matt eves.  ���32*  Hslcyon waletbed heater as  new. $45.883-2179.   I32w  1 yr old white toilet with astern  .Oilers. 666-9798.    ��4cn  Reno Ssle: Int/Ext doors  $2OB0; S.S. sink $50; basin w.  tape $50; 35 gal h.w. tank $70-  Bi-lolds $25; pot lights $10.  385-3363 ��34cn  82 Hondo Civic 2 door hatch-  back.s ome rust. $700 OBO.  886-3441. 13401  VEGGIES- Cukes .45/lb, tomatoes .751b, order now. 866-  9890. >34cn  Firewood - Hemlock, fir 4 yel-  low cedar $60/cord. U-pick-up.  Csll Bofis Enterprise. BBS-  0262. ��34cn  One way airline ticket. F. Vancouver, Toronto. Halifax.  Aug.25.$300.885-7214.133  Lowery organ, pageant. $350.  Panasonic microwave with  tumtalbe. 885-5771.   #3301  Regency wood burning heatila-  tor. Insert. $600.885-7951.  13401  Pacer, electric scooter, good  condilion. $900.685-2440.  ���34cn  4 new Wht. Thermo windows  (2-7ltx4lt)(2-5ltx5l1)-$75.1  new 36' metal door w/window.  $45; Electric stove $100; Set  drums $150; Stroller $25.888-  2223. ��33cn  Apple IIC computable, 640.  $300,683-9441.       I33cn  Nintendo, good cond. 9  games. 2 good controllers  $280. Magazines S tip books.  Come with Nintendo free. 885-  2636. ��33cn  Lincoln arch welder on trailer.  350 amps. $2000 OBO. 886-  2332. ��33cn  Chesterfield with matching  Roto rocker 8 ottoman, $175.  883-2625. M2w  Antique rolltop desk, $850.  883-2681. *33W  1974 30' travel trailer, exc.  cond., super clean, large  fridge, separate bdrm., exc. living accom., asking $7700.  TiSfc H33W- '  Loncoln welder 3 phase $500.  685-7556. ��32  Alum, mags/tires 50 series, fri  Honda Civic, exc. cond., $550  OFjO.L(Xivre8B5-7571.#32W  Electric air horn i motor, $40;  4'x5' oil painting, seascape,  $150; nicotine gum. was $40  sell tor $20.885-7977.133W  10' Delta sailboat, $800,  winch, $200.885-9512.I33W  Nintendo with eight games.  Sold separate or together  Otlers 8864689.  ���33cn  9x9' tent, centre peak, sleeps  3-4, excel, cond. $85. 885-  7651. ��33cn  Color 14'-20'-24' portable  TV's. $45 to $150.886-3318 or  886-3618. "33W  Sewer rodding machine on  trailer 3 tip engine, 6 bits up to  10'. Excellent condition. $450  865-9066. ss  BOBCAT &  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments Available  DAY, WEEK. MONTH  ,886-8538 220-8767  V      ��aaj ��" *  955 CAT loader $10,000 665-  2503 ��  1987 KTakeuchi TB 25 Exca-  vaior, dozer Wade, mechanical  tumb 2250 hours. Excel shape.  $13000 OBO. 8854522��32cn  Wanted used Farm tractor and  plow eVtoto. 886-3134.132w  74 Case 460 B loader backhoe, 12'x24' buckets. $7500  Evenings. 6864576. ��33cn  198B Dodge Aries Le, ait,  am/lm cassette, top condition.  $6250.886-9292.       ��34w  1985 Colony Park LS wagon.  One owner, power everything,  Ziebart rustproofed, big  engine, trailer package, near  new Mlchelins. $6800 OBO.  683-2962. ��34w  1961 Toyota Tercel, 4 wd  wagon, 94,000 kms, very good  rxrvj. $2500.685-2798.-3401  1990 Jeep YJ cassette, am/lm,  hardtop, never oft road. 47,000  kms. $11,900.865-2000.  ��34cn   1960 Chev 3/4 ton Suburban  350 auto. 76,000 miles, p/s,  p/b. $3995 OBO. 885-9565.  ��34cn ^^_  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine  stereo, mags, spinner hubs,  Pirelli tires, new brakes, exc.  shape $3500 OBO 886-7378ss  1969 Dodge Omni 36,000  kms, PowerTrain warranty,  $4500 OBO. 686-9922    ss  1990 Ford Aerostar, XL 7 passenger A-1 condition, $14,900.  886-8481. ss  ALL YOU  CAN CARRY  AUTO PARTS  J Saturday, Aug. 15 j  ��� Stewart Road at new j  [       Hwy Bypass       J  ���Mini Custom |  Car Show &  Cruise-in  ���FREE CAR  GIVEAWAY  $50���� per  person, bring  own tools.  CASH PAID  to Sons Cars And Trucks  DeedteR-mvsl  AbexUssd Auto Parts  IW-2020  TFN  1973 Super Beetle, $2500  060. 883-9234. ss  1980 Camaro 305 auto., T-  Tops, Rally rims, $2600. 885-  7113, SS  1979 Datsun 210 wagon, good  running cond.. $700 OBO.  885-5492. ss  1981 Ford Granada as Is,  $500060 886-8095. TFNs  1976 New Yorker, A-1 cond.,  low mileage $900 060 886-  9025 ss  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 tor  the set. with covers. 886-9500  anytime. ss  1992 Jeep Cherokee Larado  station wagon, standard 4x4,  12,000 kms. Dave 886-3878  ���34W  1988 Aerostar XL, 7 passenger, V3, very low kms., looks  new, veiy well maintained, all  service records avail., must  sell, $11,500 060. 886-2900  or 686-2970. S33W  1962 Buick wagon, perfect  runner, perlect transport, new  exhaust system 6 converter,  new tires. $1200.885-0698.  ���33CN  1989 Plymouth Sundance, 4  dr., hatchback, 56,000 kms.,  ac, auto., etc. Back Cherry1 A-  1 mechanical, immaculate in  and out, Grandma driven, ns,  $7899 firm. 886-2621 lor a test  while the plates are still on.  ���34W  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes  and exhaust. Mechanically  sound, $2400 080. 885-  1943.    ss  1988 MUSTANG Q.T.  Loaded, like new, 25,000 ks.  one owner, a real gem  $10,500 Firm. 685-2544. ss  KRO Auto Upholstery - seats,  door panels, headlines, car-  pets.vinyl tops, convertables.  885-7072. M6W  1988 Ford Taurus, am/tm, Ac  V6, auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond.  $7,495.886-7520 or 686-2111.  1979 Cadillac Seville baby  blue, int/ext., rebuilt engine 8  transmission. Priced to sell  $3850 Call 886-8510 after 6:00  pm. ss  1981 AMC, auto, good cond.  No rusl. $1950 OBO 885-  1942. ss  1977 Volvo DL, rusty, reliable,  new parts. $500 OBO 885-  1942. ss  1975 Triumph TR7, excellent  condition, new dual exhaust,  radial t/a low profile tires. Sacrifice $3600 or trade up or  down for family size car or 11  It. camper. 665-9068.      ss  1978 Audi Fox, gm*, -avjtion.  $700080.866-9328.132W  1984 Toyola 4X4. not running,  with canopy and Warren 8000  winch, best offer over $500.  886-3329. I32W  '86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl,  F/lnj, great mileage. Exc. cond.  $4500.666-7150. ss  78 Ford Fairmont, one owner,  good cond. $950 886-7270  I32W  BUYING A NEW VEHICLE?  We are a dealer relerral service. We will get you the lowest once possible, delivered lo  your door, with access to the  best honest dealers. No referral tees to you Or lease to  own. Dealer connection. 984-  2699.24 hours a day. S32W  '88 Mustang GT. 5 spd.. black.  $8000.885-5476.      I32W  1982 Cavslier, $2200 080.  886-7677. S32W  '87 T-Bird Turbo sports coupe,  lull losd, mint cond., $10,500.  8854194. I32W  1979 Cadillac Broughan D,  elegance, propane powered,  AC power windows and seats,  new muffler, starter, alternator,  runs exc, $3700 firm. 885-  1981 Roger, 885-5111 Peler.  #33W  1979 Chev Impale 9 passgr.  S/Wagon some rust, runs  well, $750.885-5373. ��33W  2 loi 1'fJO Chevette 1960 Acadian interchangeable, $600  OBO. 886-6741.        H32.V  1976TR6, gd. cond., $4000;  1977 BMW, new transmission,  $4000.885-9512.      ��33W  1966 Ponliac Parisienne,  54,000 original miles. 2 dr.  Bright red. Appraised at  $5800, will sell lor $4800. 885-  9282. 032W  1990 Suzuki Samurai, sol/hard  top, extras. $9500. 885-3242  Eves. ��32w  1982 Pontiac Fr. Bid. S.E.  Good shape. 8668915.132*  1971 LandRover - 88 complelely rebuilt. $7500 OBO.  PTO Avail. 883-2669.      SS  S1985 Honda Prelude, only  85,000 kms $7800 Diana 886-  8107 or 8869480 TFN  77 Ventura, V-6 std. only  66.000 mi. Clean, new radiais.  $750,865-9553. ss  1985 Citation II. V6, 4 spd.  Only 33,000km. $3200. 885-  9553. ss  77 Camaro, 39,000 org. miles.  While int. excellent. Rusty  $950060686-2111       ss  1981 Honda Accord, mechanical! excel, new brakes, muffler  2 tires, clean interior bul rusty.  $1200.883-2161 Eves.l32cn  1954 DESOTO. Good condition. Running order, shop manual included. $2500.686-7457.  BCYCNA  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  for 25  words  268  These ads appear In more than 100 community newspapers in B.C. and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million readers.  TO PUCE AN AD CALL THIS PAPEH OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669-9222.  $195  S3.70uch additional word  AUTOMOTIVE  Engines rebuilt from $995. S  year 100,000 kms warranty.  Bond Mechanical serving  B.C. tor 27 years. Phone 7  days, 6 a.m.-8p.m. (604)872-  OB41.Tol-lras*Mon-Fri 1-300-  663-2521.    GOVERNMENT SEIZED/  SURPLUS vehicles. U.S. and  Canadian low as $100.  BMW's, Cadillacs, Chevs,  Fords, Meroades, Porsches,  trucks, vans. AMAZING free  24-hr recording reveals how  (416)6311-4666  CANADA ENGINES LTD.  Quality Rebuilt Engines: cars,  Ught tucks. 6 eyfcoer from  $995,8 cylinder Irom $1095.  6 year, 100,000 Km. Ltd. warranty. 7 Days -580-1050, 1-  800-665-3570,856-5828 eve-  flings.    Cummlngs Turbo Diesel  4x4's, Explorers, Vans, 4-  Runners, Dakotas, starting  from $149 month. O down  OAC. We deliver anywhere  In B.C. Grant or Don collect  1(604)582-6370,   PUBLIC AUTO-TRUCK AUCTION every Tuesday 6:30  p.m. and Saturday 12.00  noon. Over 600 cars 4 trucks  every week. Sell your car or  come as a buyer. First lima  customer, Ms ad worth $50  In free services. 12742 King  George Highway, Surrey,  B.C. *nto:(6Q4)580-O011.  ���tjujwwgyg  BUSMbS-a UOVUrl I UNI I ItS  Nanaimo Taxi Firm has 17  licenses for sals. Unitsolone  or mora owners. Retiring,  low down payment and easy  terms on balance. Contact  Don Ruggles, Nanaimo, B.C.  (604)753-9151.   Do you need a Lite -time, Easy  Job? Motorcycle, Automobile, Snmmobile Salvage. 3  Bdrm. apartment above. Will  train. Retiring. Some terms.  Kelowna.  860-1999  lahad sawn years.  Estab-  Earn$$. Distributors wanted  or set up your own booth and  sal exclusive Ine ol Alpaca  Sweaters, Llama Panchos,  Decorator Sheepskin Rugs,  Jewellery etc. duality at affordable prices. Call Margaret  at Daviess Assoc. 222-0061  or Fax 222-0068,   DOORSI WINDOWSI Interior and exterior wood, metal  and French doors, wood windows, skylights. MOREIICrJ  collect to WALKER DOOR  and WINDOW In Vancouver  at (6041266-1101.  ADD A LITTLE SPICEI B.C.  Collage Roommates - Karen,  Wendy and Lisa have exciting Personal Photos of rhem-  serves tor sale. For discreet  Into write to: Solos, Box 670-  GB, Kelowna, B.C. VIY7P4.  Adults only please.   EMPLOYMENT OPPS.  Sales Manager required lor  Import dealership in Interior  B.C. Tha successful applicant must have a provan  record In management and  training skills. Contact Dave  392-4114.  FMANCE  Government Grants & Loans.  Billions of dollars are mads  available to new and existing  B.C. businesses. The Brad  Book can show you how to  gat your share. Call Now I-  800-663-0653.   FOR SALE MBC.  FOR SALE. Used Audio/  Visual equipment. AH In ex-  cellent condition. (2) Kodak  Ektagraphlc III carousal slide  rmjectors with zoom, $350  each. Electronic Dissolve  Unll/Cassette player with remote and speaker $900. Elmo  2-proieclor stand $500. Can  be viewed at BCYCNAoHioa.  Phone 669-9222, Vancouver.  EDUCATION  Out of work? Train to be an  Apartment/Condominium  Manager. Government licensed, correspondence  course will qualify you tor  employment. For details:  (604)681-5456 or 1400-665  8338.    HOW TO PLAY POPULAR  PIANO? New home study  course. Fast, easy method  Guaranteed! FREE Worma-  Hon. Write: Popular Music,  Studio (5A), 103-1054 Ells,  Kalowna.B.C. vTYIZll-800-  667-0050 Extension 770.  Tanksl Tanksl Tanksl  Polytanks tor rain/wall water,  summer storage. Guaranteed lowest prices. Warranty.  Premier Plastics Ltd., #107-  917 Cliveden, Delta, B.C.  V3M 6E8. Call colled today.  1(604)540-9090.   HELPWANTEO  We need you to sell toys 4  gifts for C 6 M Gifts. NO  INVESTMENT, NO DELIVERIES, no collection. Call  (519)258-7905 or lax  (519)258-0707 lor free inio.  Bodyman minimum five years  experience. Full u'me, flat rale  ASAP. Fax resume or refer  ences to: 645-3660, Phone:  Houston Collision 845-2800.  Burns Lake Int./Exl. Care  Facility requires Registered  Nurses, 3 hill-lime, 3 part  dma, 7.5 Hr shifts, 6 day rotation. P/T averages 2 shifts/  wk. Salary and benefits/  BCNU contract. Commencing mid-August. Contact: C.  Nicholson, Director Resident  Care, 692-3181, Fax: 692-  3633.  HELPWANTEO  Full service automotive repair shop requires a fully licensed mechanic. Must have  experience with automatic  transmission service, repair  and overhaul. Wages and  benefits negotiable. Send  resume with relerences to  Olender,sAutoCare,R.RJ6,  Duncan, B.C. V9L4T8.  SENIOR ADVERTISING  SALES CONSULTANT. A  challenging opportunity extols for a professional sales  representative who will maintain andexpandadeslgnated  territory in Canada's fastest  growing community. The Surrey-North Delta Now offers  you the chance to be a part of  our growth and success. Applicants should have 2 years  newspaper salesexperience.  Tha successlul candidate  must be energetic, highly  motivated, have excellent  people skills, and able lowork  independently and as a team  player. The position has tha  potential lor exceptional financial rewards to the right  parson. Sand or lax resume  to: Sales Manager, Surrey/  North Delta Now, 10453 -  137ti Si, Surrey, B.C. VST  SBt. Fax: 589-1738.  PETS  THE ALPACAS ARE HEREI  For sale: quality bred females  paired with unrelated males.  View In Summerland, B.C.  Richard and Maggie Krieger,  Saltsprlng Island Uamas a  Alpacas. (604)537-9446.  REALESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  lor unpaid taxes. Crown Land  availability. For Information  on both write: Properties,  Depl CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa, K2C 3J1.  WHISTLER, B.C. - Bed 8  Breaklast lor sale. Turnkey  operation with excellent clientele. 7 bedroom home on  double corner view lot. Price  $575,000. Call owner  (604)938-8001.  SERVICES  Major ICBC and injury claims.  Joel A. Wener trial lawyer tor  24 years. Call collect:  (604)736-5500. Contingency  feesavailable. InjuredinB.C.  only.  BLANKET CLASSIFIED  ADS  An advertising "Best Buy"l  Place your classified ad  in over 100 newspapers  throughout, B.C. and the  Yukon, for only $195.00.  For mora Information  contact this newspaper  1981 Chev. Citation 2 door, 4  cyl. auto. Excel, cond. AM/FM  cass New rubber $1200.  OBO. 886-7591        ��33cn  19851/2 Escort 4 door, child  locks/windows. 98,000 km,  good cond. extras $3300  060.8854163.        I33cn  1981 Ford Escort, exc. cond.,  S1O00.886-8648.      S34SS  1989 Tempo 4 dr. auto.,  PS/PB, AC. cruise control.  AM/FM cass. radio $6900.  686-2155. )34cn  Like new Johnson 8 hp.  $1100.885-2342      ��33cn  1990 Tercel 5 door auto., low  mileage. $7500 lirm. 885-  6272. I32CN  1958 Chev Belaire. 4 door,  restored ong. 346 88 auto.,  $5500 886-0957,eves J34W  77 Toyota Corolla, body OK.  needs head gasket. $475.883-  2750. S34W  1955 Ford Crown Victoria  $8500. Ph. 886-3193. ��34cn  1969 Camaro, 327 auto.  Deluxe int. Black/black.  $4500 OBO. Phont Randy  S96-S244. after 5:00. *34cn  1991 Chevy Sprint. Immac.  cond. 25,000k. $6900 OBO.  885-7950. 13201  1977 Chevrolet Caprice Classic. Good running cond. New  brakes, and gas pump.  Dependable. $900 OBO. 886-  7532. ��32cn  '62 Plymouth 2 door sports  coupe, Economy & lots ol  power $1750. Datsun p/u good  shape $500.885-9357. TFN  1989 Chevy Sprint. 5 spd,  stereo, excellent cond. $4500  080.885-7045 Eves. ��32cn  1965 GMC 1/2 ion pu short  box. Air 8 cruse, black. Excellent corid $6900.885-2470.  ���33cn  1956 Ford panel Iruck. $7000  060 886-7684.        *33W  1966 Ford econolme van in  good running order $900. 886-  3716. S34cn  1979 Dodge pickup, 6 cyl,  120,000 kms. Reas. cond.  $1750 can be seen at Sunshine GM. 885-3989. ��34cn  79 Ford 12 passenger van, V6  auto good cond. $3295 060.  886-7520 or 886-2111.    ss  This is it! 1975 Ford F250 PU  club cab. Strong 390, 4 sp.  priced to sell now! Good work  truck, $850.886-9449. ��34W  Full size '90 Oodgs van, V6  auto., $8500. 886-3671 all.  5pm. I33W  1973 Dodge 3/4 T 4X4 camper  special 318 sld, PS/P8,4'  body lift, mags, roll bar, HD  bumpers, new battery, alt.,  headers S mufflers. $3000  OBO. 885-5926.        ��33W  ���81 Chev PU 1/2 ton, 4 speed,  exc. cond., $3500.866-9979.  ���34W  1968 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 ton  pick-up, 4.3 litre V6, PS/PB,  61,000 km., box mat, toolbox,  $B7X. 885-2836,885-7413.SS  1985 Bronco II4X4. auto.. CD  player, gd. cond.. $7500 OBO.  Days 686-9332 aft. 7 eves.  866-2963. ss  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window van, parts. 885-5102. ss  1981 Ford F250,4x4 with rock  box $5500.8864599.     85  1990 Mazda cab plus, white. 5  spd. sunroof, box liner $9500.  8854862 ss  1973 Ford! ton dump, $4500.  886-8204. *32cn  Good '80 Dodge 1/2 Ion V8  auto.. $950.B8M240432W  1964 Chev 4x4.6.2 L diesel 4  spd. auto, excellent cond.  throughout. $6400.886-3940.  ���32cn  1973 Dodge 3/4 T. Camper  Special, 31B Std., PS/PB, 4':  body lilt, mags, roll bar, H D  bumpers, new battery, alt.  headers 8 muffler, $3000  060.885-5926.       ��33W  1985 Chev P.U., 4 speed,  small VB, 73,000 km, has  canopy, exc. cond. $5500.  885-3881. ��32w  1988 F250 4x4,7.3 deisel, h.d.  suspension. $11,500. 883-  2562 ��33cn  Full size '90 Dodge van, V6,  auto. $8500. 886-3678 after  5:0upm. ��3*n  1979 Slumber Oueen 6'  camper, excel, cond. 3 way  fridge, 3 burner stove, tumacs.  30 gal water tank, hi-jackers.  Iwo 20 lb tanks. $2995. 885-  9565. ��34ai  1975 VW campei. pop-top.  runs OK. very very rusty. $400  OBO. 663-2161. Eves.��32cn  78 Dodge van. PS/P8.  CC/CB/AC. 3 way fridge,  stove, sink, furnace. Good  cond.. $7500 . Phone 886-  8967 aft. 5. ��34W  251 Tnple E motomome, low  miles, exc cond., mech.  sound, fully equipped with  gen., roof, air, cruise, etc.,  $16,000,686-7237.  ���33W  1980 3/4 ton Ford truck with  Alaska camper, willing lo trade  for RV. 883-9570.      ��33W  20 It. Tioga 2 motorhomeall  libreglass body, Dodge chasis  I 360 motor, execond.. flush  toilet, shower, fridge, stove,  hot waler and lurnace $6995.  685-7580 S33W  1961 32' Terry Taurus trailer.  Exc. cond. air cond, new  awning, many extras. $10,000.  885-3313. ��32cn  18 It. Okanagan 5th wheel.  $8,000. 619 Glen Road. 686-  9597. ��32cn  1977 Ford F250 Club Cab, ps,  pb. am/lm CD player, c/w 1978  91/2 tt. Wilderness camper.  Flush toilet. 3 way Indge. hyd  jacks, excellent condilion. For  fjoth $6250. OBO. 886-3763.  I33cn  1960 XTC Mini-motor home on  360 Dodge Maxlvan cruise, 3  way fridge, furnace. 4 burner  stove wilh oven. Porta-potti.  Extra tare second gas tank,  excellent condilion. Mechanical records. $7900.886-7421.  ���32  27 fool Holidaire trailer fully  equipped $9600. B83-9771.  432*  6 ft. Vanguard overhead  camper for smaller PU. Heater,  stove lop t cooler, evenings.  $600.8864576.       ��33cn  24' Prowler 1971, $2500 OBO.  865-3626. ��34cn  1987 Elite, non-smokers, very  clean, sleeps 4, low mileage.  350 motor$19,995.885-7815.  I34cn  24' Fiberform cruiser 168  Merc, cruiser. CB radio,  sounder, stand-up head,  dinghy. $9500.883-2746.  ���3401  ScaaManne head. 885-6431  ��32cn  ttcflfiT mm  suMimio.  cutaii im mrm  MCMMC    MNAMS|  M A B Y C    ��� Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  ,3o" Sangster Cratt snd trailer, lish Under, down rigger.  spare prop and fuel tank  $2150 OBO. 863-9978. 40 hp  Merc. ��34w  1511. family sailboat, double  hull, one sail, previously  owned by the Beachcombers  TV series. Asking $1500 886-  8934. ��34w  16 It. Bellboy hardtop, 120  Merc, in/out board, trim tabs,  VHF. CB, sounder, bait tank,  lull canvas, extras.trailer,  $5500.683-9059. ss  1981 20 double Eagle hardtop  200 HP Volvo 280 leg. (H-6),  Gibsons Marina. $17,500.686-  2694. ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-30-40-50-70 HP 1969-  1990 Eirinrudes. Excellenl condition. Lowe's Resort, 883-  2456 TFN_  Like new Johnson 8 h.p. $900.  685-2342. Was $1100. 33w  M.V. Blacklist!, 24' Owens,  well appointed large fish deck.  Coast Guard inspected, featuring new Swsrm aulo. anchor  pkg., new LMS. 200 w/Loran  C. new lenders s brackets,  mooring lines, new windows,  completely refimsned hull and  swimgnd. new handrails. Hush  mount Fishon rod holders (5)  FWC 318 Chrysler, $8,000.  865-7977. ss  19 ft Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust  nvanriOd, $3500 866-3457.ss  Moorage - Sechell. 2 dollars  per loot per month  Roysl Reach Molel 1 Marina  885-7844  91 Prowler as new V8 Power  mercruiser FWC view at South  Coast Ford. 885-3281.    ss  22 1/2 Bayliner Sunbndge  cruiser Volvo Penta 225 completely fitted for lishing and  cruising, mint cond., many  extras, $19.000.886-2730.  ���32W  Upper Deck Cleaners has a  crew to swab J clean your  decks and cabin. Call Caliie or  Aprils 886-7574.        >36w  15' Starllite fig runabout. 35  Evinrude. new top. trailer, used  daily, ready to fish, bottom  painted new, paid moorage till  1993 $2600 885-9282*32*  171/2' Donzi includes 454 cu  engine, new n never started.  Berksiy let $10,000 firm. 885-  7556 ��2_  24 ft. Tollycraft, 150 HP Mercruiser, full canvas, VHF, CB,  head, slove. sink. Includes  four-wheel til trailer immaculate. $9000.865-0696.��33CN  14 1/2' l/glass 20 hp 1990  Evinrude, steering controlA  trailer, exc. cond. $2500 OBO,  Road runner traile lor 19'-2V  eleel brake, excel, cond.  $1500 OBO. Mercury 9.9 long  neck, good cond. $700 OBO.  885-7556. ��32cn  14 ft. Frontiersman canoe with  2 libreglass paddles. $325.  885-3285. ��� I  19 ft. Calais marine, showroom  condition. 115 8 9.9 Yamaha  outboards, lishfinder, marine  radio, down rigger, live bait  tank and many other extras,  $16,800,885-2567.    ��34W  16'B' Huddleslone OB clinker  hull, cedar on oak windshield  and Merc controls, no engine,  $400,886-9849.        ��34W  Ves! There is a reliable local  propellor repair service. 885-  5278 TFN_  12 ft. aluminum boal $600,  885-7167. 34SS  Canoe. 15 fl. libreglass flat  bottom. $375.886-3641.133cn  16' Double Eagle 60 hp Evin.  trailer, many extras. $4000  060.683-9441.       ��33cn  19' Inboard Clinker runabout,  very fast and in top condition,  surveyed value $8500. offers a  trades considered. 6862738.  ss  1979 27 Bayliner Victoria C/B.  255-280 Leg, new engine, tow  hours, tots of extras, $24,900  OBO. 463-6919 or 4636959.  23 ft. Fibreflorm 165 Merc.  I/O. needs work. $4800 OBO.  685-3484 I33W  22 ft. Lynwood express cruiser, 1961 260 HP V8 FWC 280  leg. cruises. 25 MPH. S/U  head, sleeps 4. indge ��� VHF,  compass, spare prop winch.  excellenl cruising 1 lishing,  Berthed at Secrel Cove.  $16,000 OBO. 922-6885 aft.  6pm. ��33W  13 1/2 It. Shorellner 25 HP  Merc RR trailer, great fishing  machine, $3500.885-5946.  ���33W  16 ft. Lund aluminum with trailer, $2000.; 6 HP Jc*inson outboard. $600. B85-2565.I33W  131/2' new muscle boat, glass  over plywood. 40 hp Evinrude  upholstered and larped. $2000  OBO 685-7667. ��32w  Like new fibreglass boat, exc.  cond.. with oars, built in floatation. $550.866-2513. ��32W  17 ft. Double Eagle, highliner  trailer, full instrumentation. 140  hp Merc cruiser, 7.5 beam.  416 hr. on rebuilt VHF  Lowrance depth tinder. 24 gal.  aluminum gas tank, heater,  fresh watei cooled $7500  OBO. 8854019.       ��32cn  EZ load boat trailer, good condition, offers. 886-27S7.#32cn  MMMHnMl 18  Coast News, August 10, 1992  Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  32   Commercial  lor Renl  140 V8 OMC motor, needs  long block 866-8902 or 939-  3126. <32cn  A GO FISHING GOOD BUY!  NOW!  16' Marline Bow Pader. 65 hp  Merc 6 hp Johnson/bracket  Roadrunner trailer, all naw  canvas, lish & depth finder,  compass, life lackets.  bumpers, circulating bait tank,  anchor, chain, rope, extra gas  tanks, paddles, 'od holders,  ski rope, wood irame. plus tarp  $5995 885-5112. S32  19' Calais ma nne. showroom  condilion. '15. 9 9 yamaha  outboards F>sh linder manne  radio, down riggers, live bail  tank anil many more extras  .116.800 885-2557     I33cn  22' Bayliner command bndge.  new engine, lull canvas. 9.9  Yamaha kicker May take part  trade 886-2491 eves. I34cn  MOVE IN NOW  2 bdrm. 12x64 wilh dining  room. 4 appl. drapes, shed.  Nicely landscaped. Freshly  painted throughout inside.  Very bnghl. Children welcome  I'ven a view ol Ihe ocean, all  lor $24,900. Nick 865-6340  Valley Pacific. ��34w  Back to work  but short of money  wo will pay pad rant  m Sunshine Cosst MM Park  Til Dec 1992II you  purchase ont of our  tliow homes stt-up in  Park Otter Good till Aug  30/92.  ���II homes rssdy for  Immediats occupancy  Ra*a*al Homes Ltd.  MC-2S97/ 597-3322.   TFN  1973 3 bdrm. 12x68 with large  addition ' dec* $25,000 866-  4599 ss  By owner. 12x69 mobile home,  call 886-3039.886-7306. ss  Family/Adult  Park  GiosonsArea  Reduced  1-1392 sq.ft. home  2 ��� 924 sq. ft. homes  No reasonable offer refused.  Only 5% down OAC  597-3322*386-2597  TFN  SUMMER MADNESS!  14x71 Deluxe regent was  $54,900 Summer Special  $49,995.  14x70 Moduline, Iront t back  bedroom, ensuile. loaded  was$52,900. Summer Special  $49,995  These homes are all 1992 set  up in SCMM Park or lor your  priavate property. 886-9826.  TFN  3 bdrm. Chancellor doublewide  available to move immediately,  6 appliances. $26,000.966-  9229. ��34��,  Why Rent?  A rarity, 12x70, 3 bdrm Iron!  kitchen, 3 appl, very clean,  insiJe 4 out. Set up on a concrete pad in SCMH Park.  Priced to sell at $19,500.885-  9826. TFN  ?R Motorcycles  '86 Honda Aspencade, exc.  cond.. gaiage kept, $5500.  8809595 SS  1988 Yamaha FZ 600, not ridden since engine rebuild,  red/white, fast. $4500 OBO.  8963809. I34W  1981 Honda C8650 custom,  immaculate 25.600 original  K's. $1250 OBO 886-7378.SS  Ysmsha Venture Royaie, 1200  cc touring bike. gd. cond.,  $2600060.885-1948.I32W  1985 Kawasaki Ninja like new,  otters. 886-8622. SS  1986 KX 250 bike, good condition. $1200.863-9114 Days.  ��32cn  1981 Yamaha 850, special  20,000 excellent shape. Sacrifice $900.8864688.   #32w  Farriry requires 3 bdrm home,  West Sechell or Redroolls  area by Sept. 1.8866029.  ��34cn  House or trailer for family of  lour, Roberts Creek area.  Sept. To December. 925-2131.  885-4667. ��32cn  ItaMmoxing single male looking for basement suite, lor  S-WL1, S300-S32S. 866-9557.  ���32CN  Sumy home in Roberts Creek  desired by considerate lamily  ol 3. Please call Ai,ou 885-  9272. 434W  Small house t bdrm.. quiet  spot. Rbls Ck area prelerred.  $400 max. Phone after 6 pm  886-7592 M3W  Responsible widower/veteran  seeking 2 bdrm house with Ip  loi reasonable rent tnpy gardening and updating, rets  avnl 885-0840 days. 929-1951  anytime 432W  Professional couple require 2  bdrm and den. Roberts Creek  area by Sepr 1 886-2332  ���33cn  Gibsons. 3 bdrm lownhouse. 1  1/2 balhs. 5 appl.. $775. Avail  immed 886-3313. ��34w  Gibsons. 1 bdrm suite, tndge.  stove, dishwasher, shared  washer/dryer. $400.922-2982  ���34*  WATERFRONT HOUSE  For lease Oct 1. Non-smokers. Gibsons. 886-9443. i34w  3 bedroom rancher. 4 appliances, 2 baths, tresh and  dean. Avail, now - $800. CENTURY WEST REALTY LTD.  185-2235. ��34w  1400 sq. II. house between  Davis Bay and Sechell. ocean  view, fireplace, balcony overlooking ocean. 3 bdrms, Avail  Aug. 15. no pets. Refs. Reqd.  $850 per month plus utils. 885-  7719. 434cn  1 bdrm basement $300 w/laun-  dry, heat, cable. 686-7400.  134*  Spacious I bdrm suite. Davis  Bay, ulils and cable ind. N/S.  $550,665-3695. "34cn  1 bdrm watertront apartment.  Granlhams Landing. Suitable  lor couple or single person. No  pels. $600. Avail Sepl. 15.  886-3774. I34w  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  Don Sutherland of PEB8LES  REALTY LTD. will support  your Residential. Commercial  or Industrial investment. Pebbles provides a full service  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  PACKAGE. Call Pebbles at  686-9107 for details.    TFN  SHARED ACCOMMODATION  IN MY HOME N/S ��� NO PETS  ��� FEMALE PREFERRED  SEPT. 1 OR POSSIBLY  SOONER $3S0/MO. NORTH  RD. QIBSONS 886-aOK.  TFNs  TEREDO SQUARE  Newty renovated office space,  1013 sq.n. phone 885-4466.  TFN  2 bdrm. house, lower Gibsons,  $7507mo. 8866204.   I32W  Home on Five acres Gibsons.  Oft North Rd. Near Ferry &  town, nice 3 bdrm rancher  incl. D/w washer & dryer, exlra  storage fireplace, large patio.  Avail Sept. 1. $840. Pets t  Kids welcome. 1-944-7580  Msgs. I34cn  Gibsons - Furn. Bachelor suite.  $440 Furn 1 bdrm suite $490.  81356009. i32cn  Private setting, brighl, new  1118sq.lt. 2 bdrm mam lloor  suits in executive home. Adull  oriented. 5 appliances hydro S  cat* included. Non-smoking,  no pets. $675. per month. 886-  7334. ��32cn  1 bdrm. Roberts Creek W/F  cottage, suit retired couple,  $800/mo. reduced rent for  careiaking. Refs. req., avail.  Sept. 1.1-943-1394.  I32W  2 bdrm. house in Roberts  Creek, hot tub, view, call 1-  431-9916.  ��32W  Gibsons - Ig. 2 bdrm. apartment, appliances, great location, $650. 255-5470 or 885-  3277. ��32W  Central Gibsons, 2 bdrm. suite,  FS/WD. very clean with view,  no pets, Aug. 1, $650.1-596-  1669. 432W  Cozy one bdrm., view, across  Gibsons marina, Aug. 1, $500.  8369737. ��32W  One bedroom suite, balcony  panoramic view, private  entrance, util 8 cable induded.  Walk to ferry. $575.886-7394.  <33cn  3 bdrm. basemenl suite in  house with pnvale yard, etc  avail  Sept  t, $625/mo  ���  damage deposit 8864688  ��34W  3 room collage Davis Bay.  $475/mo incl pan ulils 886  7007. ��34W  3 bdrm mobile, carport, sned.  truit trees, pets allowed, outside only. Sept I avail 886  9500 ��34W  Home on 5 acres. Gibsons or!  North Rd. near ferry and town.  mce 3 bdrm rancher mcl d/w.  washei'dryer extra storage,  fireplace large patio pets &  kids welcome, avail Sept 1,  $840 1-944-7580 tnsgs ��.V4W  .arge 3 bdrm house on small  acreage with view ot Bargain  Bay. $o60'mo  rets required,  phone 883-2919 Oi 8554926  ���3?W  Modem 1400 sq 11 2txlrmw*  home neai Earls Cove Partially lurnished All appl.. l/p.  satellite dish, n/s, no pets  Sepl - June $700 per monlh  Hels 883-9679,1-943-0613  I32cn  2 bdrm mobite home at Irwin  Molel 626 Hwy 101 $400 plus  util. 886-3331. *32w  3 bdrm duplex ensuite. 1200  sq. ft with fantastic view, non  smokers prelerred $750/m  Gibsons call Craig or Heather  866-2352. ��32w  8nght clean 3 bdim lumished  suite. Upper Gibsons, top lloor  duplex, view, sundeck, fireplace, washer/dryer, non  smoking, no pets $650 ��� utils.  1-2776205. ��32w  Monthly rentals available. I  bdrms 8 bachelors. Ruby  Lake. 883-2269.       ��33cn  1 8 2 bdrm. Seaview Place.  886-7016. ��32W  NATIONAL REAL  ESTATE SERVICE  Start  at the  TOP!  STEVE SAWYER  SfuMttoUf l4U 1frut>l  Piafivttit'HtuU"  ' Residential  'Commercial  'Industrial  1 retirement unit  available  .Restrictions apply.  Relerences  required.  Call Steve  Business  Opportunities:  I have a number of  very exciting  business  opportunities  available.  Call Me  We will iwoawaaoaaaaoaaxawa.  Screen potential renters  Do moving- in inspection  ��� Arrange for maintenance &  repairs  ��� Collect the rent & damage  deposit  ��� Dispurse rent monies to  owner  ��� Do moving out Inspection  FOR LEASE  Approximately 800 to 1300  sq. ft. of fabulous office  space in lower Gibsons  area. Landlord may  provide some leasehold  Improvements.  WW"1"'"**  "CALL the Property  Management Expert  STEVE SAWYER at  GIBSONS  RErUTYLTD.  886-2277  Exceptional waterlront on fabulous beach at Hopkins Landing Trillion dollar view (3bdrm  or 2 bdrm��den). 2 baths, partially turn., n/s. no pets  Lease 1200 per monlh plus  utils Rets please 6866919  ���33cn  Spacious 3 bdrm, lop lloor.  West Sechell. large balcony  with view ot Trail Islands :  appliances, available imr.edi-  ately Aug 15 8854W1133cn  Avail Aug 1 3 bdrm sxs  duplex. 3 appl. private yard,  carport, utility shed, close to  schools and mall, brand new  $675 686-9654 ��33cn  Gamble' Island 1 bdrm cabin  plus loll Avail year round  Easy commute by Dogwood lo  Gibsons View. $450 666  8096 ��33w  Davis Bay. large modern 3  bdrm , 2 balh house. FP,  lenced yard. Sept. I $795  885-5919 01885-4862 I33W  Brand new, elegant 3 bdrm  home bordering on Redrootts  Park/Hallmoon Bay. 5 appl..  $975,733-5491.        ��33W  Spacious new 3 bdrm. town-  house in Gibsons, close lo  amenities, sundeck, carporl  skylight. 5 appl., rets., no pels,  avail. Sept. 1. Call 1-230-4099.    33W  2 bdrm home Davis Bay. 4  appliances $600 includes  cable. Available Sepl. 1 to  June 30th./93.885-0711.  #33cn  West Sechelt. 2 bdr.. basement suite 1/2 bath/fireplace  insert, cable, shared kitchen,  laundry facilities, neat and  quiet a must. Male preferred.  8856865. Evgs. Avail Aug. 1.  ��33cn  2 bdrm mobile/newly redecorated, extra storage, close to  ferry. $550/m. 886-2475.l33cn  Horns On Five Acres  Gibsons off North Rd., near  ferry t town. Nice 3 bdrm  rancher, includes d/w, washer  a dryer/ extra storage, fireplace, targe palio. Avail Sept. 1  " $840. Pets and kids welcome.  1-974-7580. MISSS.' #33cn  For rent, Hallmoon Bay  mobile, 2 bdrm. plus on 1/2  acre, 4 appis., $675/mo.. 1 yr.  lease. Avail. Sept. 1. Van. 732-  9247. ��34W  Furnished 1 bdrm. duplex,  watertront Roberts Creek, single person only. $375 886-  9685.  ���34W  Clean, brighl spacious ground  level 1 bdrm. suite, prel. working, mature non-smoking individual. Located in Lower Gibsons, $5007mo. plus utils. 886-  3573. ��34W  Spacious 3 bdrm. 2 bath  home, Wesl Sechell, N/S. no  pels, avail. Sept. !.$850/mo.  ulils, cable incl. 865-2382.  ���34W  Wilson Creek watertront cottage furnished 2 bdrm., lire-  place, elec. heat, Get. i-May  31, $650. 8856720 or 1-263-  5998. 034W  2 bdrm duplex close to Gibsons Plaza. 2 appl 8 laundry  hook-ups. Available Sepl. 1.  $650. Ref. required. 686-3457.  13301  Commuters - large clean, adult  oriented, 1 bdrm apt with view,  new flooring and carpet, laundry and pool access. Walk to  ferry. Avail Aug. $550. Phone  6660990 leave message.  ���33cn  2 bdrm house. Lower Gibsons,  pnvale. large back yard. Avail.  Sept. 1. Ref. req. $700/mo.  885-3152 or 437-3701 or 731-  3077. I33CN  Two bdrm. well located near  marina, $625/mo. 886-7400.  ���33W  Gibsons 2 bdrm. 1200 sq.ft.,  nice yard, huge work garage,  $700 or neg, liny cottage on  prop, avail. Sept. 1.964-9065.  ���33W  Cozy 2 bdrm. furnished W/F  home, Sechelt, Sept-June,  $700/mo. 885-9248. 1-929-  1729. I33W  Gibsons 2 bdrm. main to of  house, bright, spacious, newly  decorated, huge deck, marina  view, $625 J utils. 886-9738 or  255-2044. #33W  Gibsons, spacious, near new,  3 bdrm., 2 1/2 baths, gourmet  kitchen, 5 appl.. garage,  $B50/mo. 298-5215.   ��33W  Gibsons spacious 1 bdrm. apt.  garden level, close to all  amenities, $600 ind. heat t  ' hydro, avail. Sept. 1.298-  5215. #33W  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  Bntish Columbia legislation prohibits advertising whach dscrim-  uiates in the rental of property  for example a person who  stipulates 'No Children' as a  condroon ot rental would be In  violation of the Family Status  and the Human Rights Acts The  landlord who places the advertisement and Ihe newspaper  which publishes il would both be  in conliavenlion of Ihe legislation  and could have a complaint Ned  against them. The Coast News  will themfore noi accepl such  discriminatory ads  Why rent' For sale. 1974 30'  travel trailer localed at the  Uptown Molel Trailer Park, in  center Gibsons, separate  bdrm., nice living accom.,  supei clean, asking $7700  886-0085 I33W  Bright S beautiful 112 bdrm  apts.. new building, lowe r  Gibsons, quiet secure. Winds.  carpels, !aundry,$590, $630 ta  700.866-3420. 433W  Gibsons, cozy 1 bdim. suile,  newly decorated in house with  marina view, $375 h utils 886-  0072 or 255-2044.      ��33W  New log house. 2 bdrm., 2  bathrooms. 4 appis.. Roberls  Creek. $800, avail. Aug. 15.  866-2883 ��33W  2 bdrm. view home, Hopkins  Landing. Sept. 1 to June 30.  $600/mo.. 686-0096 or 852-  1464. <33W  Gibsons, cozy 3 bdrm ocean-  view suite, 4 appis, n/s. refs.  Lease required. $650/mo.  Sept. 6864773.  Sandy Hood area, 2 bdrm lurnished cabin. Avail Sept. 15th.  June 30th. $500. pm .utils 1-  9456845. ��34cn  New 2 bdrm house, 2 bath,  den, 5 appliances, double  garage, panoramic view, near  lerry. $850 Avail Sept. 1.886-  7394.  ��34cn  Gibsons near marina, 4 bdrm 3  baths, soaker, large den, fireplace insert, 3 appl, deck  $11.85.. Roberts Creak-3  bdrf��"#eplace, skylights, 3  appl, large deck, access to hot  lub. $875 plus. Arthur 885-  9859. ��34cn  Ocean view, 3 bdrms, 1/12  baths, 1450 sq.ft. 5 appl. Walk  to ferry, $750 ��� utils. No pets,  available Sept. 1. References.  l-326-4652.Call colled. ��34cn  1 bdrm main floor of house,  view, fireplace, hydro 4 cable  inc. Suitable one person. No  pets. $500.886-4856 ��34cn  2 bdrm w/l cottage, winterized.  Furnished. Selma Park. $650.  685-9047 Avail Aug. 30th.  ���3401  Clean 2 brm mobile home in  quiet park near Daws Bay. 4  appl. $595 pm. 665-4662 or  885-5919. 34cn  35   Business &  Home Services  Office - Lower Gibsons $175,  light 1 heat included. New  view office $300.8862588.  ���34w  Roberts Creek Hall, avail,  dances, parties, weddings.  Yvonne 886-7815.      TFN  Gibsons Landing Heallh Centre, office space for lease. For  details Lenka 941 -3036 eves.  ��34W  600 sq. ff. office upper Gibsons. $250/mo. Triple nel.  8666204. <32w  BOO sq. tt. commercial space in  Sechell. 885-6393.     ��33w  Relail and Commercial Space  - Downtown Sechell on Wharl  St., 800 sq.ft. lease, Aug. 31,  $500/mo * GST ��� $80/mo to  defer taxes. Call 885-5490.  Davis Bay/Wilson Creek Hall,  available. Wheelchair facilities.  885-2752 or 885-9863. ��32w  Retailor Olfice Space  For Lease  600-1300 rsq. tt. $300-51100  Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons >Lome. 1-733-8B83 or  Marie 886-7018. TFN  Wareihouse/Otfice space from  1500 sq. ft. up. Diane. 885-  2772. *  New ofice space 800-2400 sq.  ft. Wilson Creak, $8.00 net  Retail space, new Plaza, 900-  3000 sq. 114.00 net.  Grant Realty  886-3330   TFN  Olfice space to rent in Sechelt  180 sq. It. use ol fax machine  i photocopier, second Itoor,  $90 per rreirtf. 885-3971.  Warehouse  space,  office  space  & freezer  space  FOR  RENT  Call  885-2772  PHARMACY ASSISTANT  Si. Mary's hospital requires a  Pharmacy assistant. * Ihe successful! applicant musl have  completed a recognized Pharmacy Technician course. * one  year's expenence desirable. ���  ability to type 50 wpm and use  word processor and computer,  ��� salary and benefits in accordance with Hospital Employee's Union. Please reply in  wriling to: Mrs. L. Buchhorn,  Personnel Ollice. St. Mary's  Hospital, Box 7777, Sechelt,  BC, VON 3A0. Telephone 885-  2224. Local 21. "32*  Waitress needed immed. Musl  like people and hard work.  Apply at Seaview Gardens.  Over 19 please. 686-9219.  ���34w  Teddy Bear Day Care is taking  applications for 3 part time  positions in daycare and after-  school care. ECE training prelerred or related experience.  Call 685-2721 for information  and interview. I32W  VOLUNTEERS  NEEDED  S.P.C.A. needs a  volunteer to answer calls  concerning animals and  do appropriate referrals.  Can be done from your  own home.  St. Mary's Hospital  Junior Auxiliary program  needs volunteers to visit  residents and help with  meals. Good job  experience.  Recycling Depot In  Gibsons needs help to  continue Its variety ol  services. Two hour shifts  to help sort recyclables.  Save the Strait Marathon need volunteers  lor all dlllerent phases.  Get involvedl Lots of fun  and an opportunity to  meet new people.  Parent and Tot Drop In  needs helpers lor the  summer program.  Varied shilts and  excellent job experience.  For thaaa and mora  opportunities contact  the Volunteer and  Inlormation Centre at  885-5881.  A service funded by the  Ministry of Social  Services.  The Halfmoon Bay Child Care  Society is now accepting applications lor the following positions Assistant Supervisor tor  the out of school program:  Early Childhood Educator:  assistant Supervisor tor group  day care program. Please tor-  ward rewsumes by Aug. 15 to  RRat. C-57. Hallmoon Bay,  BC ��32w  Are you tired ot the rat race?  We have an ideal place tor  peace and quiet tor a relief  careetakef on an island 1/2 hr  Irom Vancouver. 2 bdrm cottage, moorage provided, ideal  lor an active pensioner or  handyperson. Non-drinker.  Reply io Box 1273 Gibsons.  BC VON 1V0. ��33cn  Cook required immediately  Nights. Wed-Sun. 2-10 pm  863-2269 M3cn  After school care needed in  Sept. Approx 15 hrs. per week.  Woodcreek park area. Car an  asset. 886-3540.       ��32w  Sechelt Shell Station requires  1 full time. 1 part time person,  must be personable, energetic,  capable with numbers, apply in  person with resume between  12-2pm or 56pm weekdays.  ��32w  Full. PT help, days and  evenings. Pizza Express. See  Sue oi Michelle. <32w  Auto Body Repair - needed  now - experienced body repair  person lor long established  business. Flat rate based on  experience. Phone Manager  885-9644. ��33w  Part time (possible lull time)  lully qualified auto mechanic  required. Please call 886-  2572. ��32cn  Part time at Video Etc. Please  leave resume. ��32cn  Carpenter's nelper - Minimum  2 years experience in new  conslruclion. Must have transportation. Call 8869449,7 to 6  pmonly. I34W  Babysitter wanled for 14  month old 2 to 3 days per  week, Sandy Hook area, N/S -  . ctflaotTeor yours. 1"     ~  Assemble ligh products Irom  home Easy work, Eicsllent  pay! We provide details, 24  hours. (604) 623-2380 E��L  Auto Body Repair ��� needed  now - experienced body repair  person lor long established  business. Flat rate based on  experience. Phpne Manager  885-9844. <33w  Part time (possible lull time)  lully qualitied auto mechanic  required. Please call 886-  2572. *32cn  Part time at Video Etc. Please  leave resume. ��32oi  Construction labourer $10 per  hour. Sandy Hook area. 865-  7305 or 731-7837.      #33w  Experienced floral designer  part time, posttion apply in person at All Occasskm Flowers  and Plants, Sunnycrest Mail.  #34oi  Fine dining server with knowl-  edge of wine. 686-2188.  ���34CN  Looking for a permanent 1-2  dyas a week job? Upbeat  ladies fashion store might be  the place! Apply Box 1159,  Gibsons, BC. ��32cn  Child care Sechelt area, must  be flexible. 6 month old, starting October. B856369J34W  35   Business &  Home Services  INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR  RENOVATIONS Wallpaper,  paint, carpentry, drafting, free  estimates, References available. 886-3463       TFNs  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD.  Topping ��� Limbing ��� Danger  Tree Removal, Insured, Guaranteed Work. Free estimates.  8862109.    TFN  PROFESSIONAL PAINTING  Residential.  Commercial,  Industrial, 12 yrs. experience,  solid refs. Greg 883-9825.  I34W  Last chance - student painters,  experienced - interior S exterior, reasonable rales. 885-  5846 ��34W  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded & reliable. 664-5324 or  8962328. TFN  STOP TELEPHONE TAG  Leave a verbal message lor  anyone or receive one from  anyone at any time day or  rtight with the use ot computerized voice mail. Use your own  telephpne, no equipment to  purchase. Call 8868953 ext.  8953 FAX 8666957.  H33W  PAINT* LOVE  THE PAINTER1  SAM  M-2750  I32CN  Island Cleaning Services  Weekly, biweekly, monthly,  construction, residential, commercial, reliable, prolessional.  house-leaning, Garden Bay to  Gibsons 683-2295        ��4w  DRYWALL RUSHING  Fast, reliable, professional,  complete druwall service.  Large or small jobs. Rob Holler  866-3573. ��34w  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems' Garden oul ol  control7 Need tree pruning,  hedge shaping' Friendly, reliable service. Fully insured.  Commeraal i residential. Relerences available. FRED 886  3526 TFN  Concrete ��� Specializing in driveways, patios, stairs, sidewalks, floors, foundations,  exposed aggregale. 8866095  TFNs  PETER'S REMODELLING  General Home Mainlenance,  carports - Fencing ��� Sundecks  ��� Additions etc. 8oat maintenance ��� Island service. For  more into please call 885-1981  or Pager 885-5111.   ��33cn  GOLDSMITH*  RESTRINGER  For all your gold and silver  repairs, custom work 8  reslringing call Jerry or Marg at  685-0992. "33cn  'Baby Stuff' for custom hand  made nursery heddlng and  accessories. Call Susan 886-  0245.  ��32w  Call Sue for your complete  housecleaning needs. 885-  4185     "32  IN HOME CATERING  Relax. Enjoy your guests. A la  arts MivlUi SKI Weciaities,  seafood delights. For that personal touch. Phone 885-3435.  Tired o! Making your own  lunch? We can help! Family  bulk loods and delicatessen Is  now open weekdays at 7am.  Packed lunches our specialty.  Try our breakfast. 5644 Cowrie  St. Sechelt. 885-7767. ��3301  Gene's Contracting, new  homes, remodelling, additons,  decks. 1-591-8870 call after 5  pm.CoHea. #34cn  Island cleaning service, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, conslruclion, residential, commercial, reliable professional  house cleaning. Garden Bay to  Gibsons. 893-2295.   $34cn  We've Got The  tWVWWl Why buy, when  JDH MILL SERVICES   I      ���.    m  to all cutting tools including  Mower Blades A Chainsaws  Jam!* Hirrap  tWI)wv1010����ono SSMII7  Tired of cleaning? Fasl, reliable, lots of experience. 886-  2750. Usha. ��32cn  LAWN AND GARDEN  By Exper. European Gardener.  Complete garden care, yard  cleanup, weeding, pruning,  trimming. Lawn. Maim. Planti-  ng. Call Jan. 8866180.13201  Professional Painter. Exterior  and Merior. 886-3411 .��32cn  VISIONS PAINTING &REFIN-  ISHING. SERVICES, INTERIOR, EXTERIOR, COMMERCIAL, RESIDENTIAL, ROB.  885-3930. ��33W  got your number?  LOW COST FAX  TRANSMISSION  SERVICE  886-7725 or 885-3954  ���Send or receive  ��� Local, national,  international  ��� Reasonable rates  ��� Confidential service  For more inlormation  call 885J930 or 886-2622  COAST^NFaWS  Cruice Lane           Cowrie St  Qlbsons Sechell Coast News, August 10, 1992  19  COOL RUNNINGS  Light haukng, rubbish removal,  yard nairrlenance, rolotilling.  odd |0bs. 865-3917    TFNs  Rubber tired line loader S  operator looking for work. 25  yrs. experience. 866-3360  I34w  Painting pro, a years sip.  coaWMrcW and rssMsntlsl,  Iras estimales M6-3678 all  Spm t33W  Light moving and hauling, yard  and basemenl cleanups. Norm  8869503. S34W  CcramapMa Bobcat Services  Excavating -Backfilling  attaining Wads * Trenching  Landscape Construction  Drainage  NM53I  TFN  Reliable, experienced carpenter available for - form footings  to framing, to siding and  decks. Call 863-2353 H32W  Sundecks,fences, renovations. 8854029. After 6��33cn  Responsibta. raliabla labourer available tor all sorts ol  odd |oos, reasonable rates.  686-3620 TFNs  Experienced carpenter, 15  years experience, lirm rates.  Free estimales, no job tpo  small or loo large. Bruce 885-  9576. ��33cn  Carpentry, renovations, additions. By hour or contract. Call  886-3107. I33cn  Atmosphere lighting, wall  library shelving, plumbing,  electrical, appliance repairs.  Cost effective renovations and  improvemenls. 886-9866.  113301  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Additions * Decks ��� Finishing ���  Painling ��� Drywall ��� -Wallpaper  8863792 Stefan Perry    TFN  Quality housekeeping. 10  years prof. exp. Phone Maureen 886-9035. ��33W  STOP SLIP/ FALL ACCIDENTS SAF-T-GRIP Revolu-  'onary product prevents slipping on tiles and bathtubs.  Worn alter appearance. Guaranteed tor life. Inexpensive  free demonslralion Call now!  Pr.u4)920. ��34W  PROFESSIONAL EUROPEAN CRAFTSMANSHIP  SINCE 1973  Expert residential remodelling  and additions. Professional  commercial remodelling Custom built homes. Innovative h  ome design and construction  Financing arrangements available. ' Excellenl relerences  upon request' On time and  within cudgel' All work guaranteed by fully insured craftsmen. For complete estimate,  Di83S8 C&II  REMO CONTRACTING Phone  1-244-7738 FAX 1-244-7736,  Eves: 1-589-9585. I34W  Rubbish removal, yard  cleanup, light moves, odd jobs,  last and reliable. Greg 885-  9694. I33W  Seaway Construction Ltd.  framing homes, garages, additions, decks & docks, lendng.  For msg. 886-0070.   ��36cn  Sitter lor daytime care of 3  childre. 6,31/2 and 1 yr. Mom  works casual, days of Ihe  week vary. 886-9240. After 6.  I34w  FUNSHINE DAYCARE Daily  tun age appropriate activities  tor your 21/2-5 year old child.  ECE certified staff Lie. Facility.  6863377. #34cn  15 yr old boy will babysit. 3 yrs  and up. Call David. 6866223.  ��32cn  Quality care lor your child  available at Langoate Daycare.  8664926. I35W  Childcare required tor 2 children, ages 749, 5 days per  week. Tues-Sat.. 886-7268 or  8969963. ��33cn  Molly Mouse Daycare. Spaces  avail. 18 months to school age.  Fun-tilled, caring environment  with early childhood trained  statf. 886-3913. ��2w  Mlw Yc�� Grandchildren?  Come I Stay in our home with  an adorable 1 1/2 yr old 3  mornings/per week. For Sept.  * Oct. Call 8856870 ��34cn  38 Business  Opportuni  For Sale/Lease new industrial  building 3700 sq.ft. 3 bays /  1800 sq. ft. upper storage  space, ollice rental potential,  $24,000 per year, Barry 886-  6204. ss  Marketing business seeks a  few good people lor expansion. FT or PT, no experience  necessary. 6854064. I34w  Seeking private first mortgage  of 275M on leased building  professionally appraised at  450M with good lease. Interest  rate negotiable. Replies to  P.O. Box 1036, Sechelt, BC  V0N3A0. I33W  I, James J. Doskocil will not be  responsible tor any debts  incurred in my name by Louise  P. Doskocil as ol Aug. 1,1992.  ���32CN  aaaaatSTRV or fcmcsts  INVITATION TO TENDER  942-6423.01  Sealed Tenders lor bridge  painting and mainlenance on  the Appieton Creek Bridge It  Road 6423 Branch 01 will be  received by the Ministry ot  Forests at 7077 Duncan  Street, Powell River, British  Columbia V8A 1W1, until 3:30  p.m. on August 27,1992,  All enquiries should be  made to Trent Meyer or Glen  Allen, Ministry of Forests.  Sunshine Cosst Forest  District. Powell River Office.  phone 4859831, tax 4854033.  Contract particulars are  available Irom the District  Manager. 7077 Duncan Street,  Powell River, British Columbia  V8A 1W1, Telephone 485-  9831 or Ihe Sechelt Field  Office, 1975 Field Road,  Sechett, Bntish Cr*4ua-nbia,  VON 3A0, Telephone No.  885-5174.  Tenders must be completed  on the form and submitted In  the envelope supplied in  accordance with the  Conditions ol Tender.  No Tender shall be  considered which contains any  qualifying clauses whatsoever.  The lowest or any Tender  will   not   necessarily   be  Site viewing is considered  mandatory and is scheduled  lor July 16, 1992. Interested  parties are advised to notify  Ihe Resource Ollicer  Engineering of their intentions  lo view prior to July 14,1992.  Transportation to site wHI be  Ihe responsibility ol Ihe  tenderers.  Illliliil  FOR ONE WEEK  in either the Monday  I or Weekender edition  up to 10 words  125 cents for each  additional word.  Births, lost &  founds; Free  ilill^ilSii  All classifieds must be  pre-paid before insertion.  Sure Sell Classifieds  $15 up to 10 words  $1 each additional word  Your ad, selling one item, will run 4 consecutive weeks,  then will be cancelled unless you instruct us to renew it  by classified deadline ��� Not available for commercial advertisers ,  Coast News  CLASSIFIED DEADLINES:  Monday Edition Weekender  Noon Friday Noon Tuesdays  Gibsons 886-2622 Sechelt 885-3930  ���5 YEARS AGO  Fast action by some visiting  Girl Guides prevented a serious  forest fire al Camp Olave in  Wilson Creek. The girls and  leaders from Penticton and  North Vancouver smelled  smoke and then spotted sparks  from the woods early in the  evening.  Jackson Brothers Logging  has asked Sechell Municipal  Council for a relaxation of the  noise bylaw so ihey can operate  an early shift during the hot  weather.  10 YEARS AGO  The Sunshine Coasl Regional  District has successfully negotiated wilh Royal Terraces for the  lease of 7010 square feet of  office space, and will, if all goes  as planned, be moving its operation on October I, 1982.  15 YEARS AGO  Following a district-wide  analysis by the board of the  level of service rendered by our  district superintendent, Mr. John  Denley, it is a pleasure to report  that the overall quality of his  service has been rated excellent.  25 YEARS AGO  The big swim from Nanaimo  to Sechelt is set to take place  Sunday and will, if weather conditions permit, start shortly after  dawn. This swim, an approximate 20 miles, was attempted  last year by Evelyn Creelman of  Victoria, who was lifted from  the water two miles from the  finish at Sechell.  35 YEARS AGO  The much talked about  weather for July 1957 can hardly go unnoticed, since July was  the dullest and wettest ever  recorded in Gibsons, with rain-  Tuesday, Aug 11 ,1992  7:00pm  Svend Robinson  M.P. Svend Robinson talks  to the Amnesty International  group in Sechelt.  7:30pm  Coast Pioneers...Cloe Day  Mrs. Cloe Day is one of the  best known pioneers of the  Sunshine Coast.  8:00pm  Tom Sheldon's Walercolors  No he's not a painter, Tom  Sheldon takes us under the  water for this colorful look at  life below the surface of the  8:15pm  On The Edge...Scubadiving  Wednesday, Aug 12,1992  6:00pm  "I Am A Camera" #5  "Africa"  Ken Bell's work  photographing Cardinal Leger  in Africa.  6:30pm  Arts Update  This monthly programme  looks at the arts events planned  for August.  7:00pm  Gibsons Sea Cavalcade '92  Opening ceremonies, parade  and highlights of many other  events.  Thursday, Aug 13,1992  7:00pm  Dr. Michel Odenl  During his recent visit to the  coast, Dr. Odenl talked with  Diane Evans about stale of the  art childbirth.  7:30pm  Three Square Miles.The  End of the Old Growth Forest  Join Paul Jones for a tour of  the Caren Range.  8:00pm  Managing Immigration in  the I990's  8:15pm  A Standard of Fairness...The  British Columbia Tax Asses-  ment Authority  8:30  Coast Interfaith  Beverly Peters and Maria  Kaltio discuss their trip to  Western Samoa.  fall totaling 3.24 inches against  a normal of 2 inches.  Pender Harbour Aquatic  Club is putting the finishing  touches on preparations for the  10th annual Pender Harbour  Regatta which goes August 17.  45 YEARS AGO  Residents have reason to celebrate in Ihe opening of their  large new wharf, sponsored by  Ihe Gibsons and District Board  of Trade.  SPCA News  There are literally cats hanging off the cages waiting to get out of  the animal shelter and into good homes at the SPCA. Call 885-  4771 to view these cats, kittens, and dogs.  1^***^             DOLPHIN  ���f       1     PHYSIOTHERAPY  V^ J              CLINIC  " -"      is pleased to announce that  KATIE ANGERMEYER  M.Sc, M.C.P.A., Chartered Physiotherapist  is now in full time practice  Appointments: 885*2969  5660 Dolphin St., Sechelt (across from the RCMP)  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl & Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  _ HOME  H$^J SERVICES  #7 - 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 885-4572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  /^"DEPENDABLE-  AUTO SERVICE  DID YOU KHOW...  We're known for successful  TROUBLE  SHOOTING  The South Coast's Only  ���CAA AFFROV1D Shop (Special consideration to BCAA members)  9flMi��d(Ui   AUTOMOTIVE  Bock to School Wear  Kids!  tifrP        Come in and see  HELP THE  Donations    8M-2488 or Box 596  ***. f9rt  Oops. We've made a mistake.  This ad missed the August Realtor.  Unique Opportunity  Take over a proven and established business,  showing a great return on your investment.  Statements made available to qualified purchasers.  Reliable client base in expanding area. Call Herb  Craig. Ask about "The Moos Brothers."  H COAST FORI)  005-3281  \WMr  (JIHSONS Rl Top Performers is crafted by Mohawk Carpet...carpet craftsman 1  since 1878. The top performers are designed for maximum  aesthetics with a broad range of vibrant colors, styles, and  textures technically engineered for state-of-the-art performance  and lasting beauty...hence, the name, Top Performers. It is  Mohawk Carpet's commitment to "seek perfection in the eyes of  the customer in everything we do." Tommy Mohawk, a 1955 Wait  Disney Studios creation, symbolizes this commitment, as well as |  the rich heritage and tradition of quality that has made Mohawk  Carpet "North America's #1 carpet brand." ,  Mohawk's confidence in this quality is exemplified by the  unsurpassed, comprehensive warranty package which assures I  utMmmm lasting beauty and performance throughout your home. In  r addition, Mohawk Carpet offers the Top Performers' exclusive 15  DAY SATISFACTION GUARANTEE...if for any reason you are not {  completely satisfied with your Top Performers purchase within  115 days of the date of installation, Mohawk will replace it with new Top Performers carpet of equal value free of charge  - no questions asked, satisfaction guaranteed.  TOTAL PROTECTION POLICY   * LIFETIME WEAR WARRANTY  * 10 YEAR PERFORMANCE WARRANTY  * 15 DAY SATISFACTION GUARANTEE*  Resists  Stains  Resists  Dirt  Resists  Static  The Mohawk Top  Performers  15 Day  Satisfaction  Guarantee  Mohawk cares more about its customers  than any other carpet mill. That's why, as  part of Mohawk's total commitment to  customer satisfaction, Mohawk gives you  the simplest satisfaction guarantee in the  industry: The Mohawk "15 Day  Satisfaction Guarantee." It states that if    I   you are not completely satisfied with  your new Mohawk Top Performers carpet for any reason at all  during the first 15 days from date of installation, Mohawk will  replace the carpet with new Top Performers carpet of equal value  free of charge - no questions asked, satisfaction guaranteed.  CHECK OUT THIS NEW LINE  -.^.^wa


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