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 LEGISLAT1VK LIBRARY  Parliament Buildings  Victoria, B.C. V8V 1X4  COAST  NEWS  50 cents per copy on newsstands  August 31, 1992 Volume 46 Issue 35  :\  Transit up for review on Coast-wide basis  by Charles Hart  The Gibsons bus completed its final  run last week, and the added commuter  passengers are putting extreme pressure  on existing BC Transit service.  Manager Rosina Giles said the Transit bus is running overloaded on some  runs, with a sudden increase of 200 passengers daily, and she added that the  demand is only going to rise when  school starts next week and students  return to Capilano College and UBC.  "The people on the Coast are getting  shortchanged," said Giles, who is advocating a transit advisory board be set up  to review Coast-wide transportation  needs.  Demand for public transportation is  increasing with the Coast's population.  The unexpected demise of the Gibsons  bus, along with cuts to Maverick Coach  Existing commuter service crammed to capacity  Lines' service earlier this year, has a  growing number of residents from  Langdale to Egmont looking to BC  Transit to fill the void.  At a regional transportation committee meeting Thursday, Giles said she  made it clear to Transit officials that  more hours and buses are needed to  adequately serve the Coast. "They  know that it's pressing and they know  that the need is there." A phase II  expansion, including rural service to  Halfmoon Bay, is going to have to be  redrafted in light of overall Coast  needs, said Giles.  The BC Transit Commission has  only just given its blessing to this year's  budget proposals, and like other government services is battling tight purse  strings at the treasury.  Transit spokesman Graham Master-  ton said that discussions with the local  community earlier this year led the  commission to believe the Gibsons bus  would continue to operate, so no provision was made to lake on its routes.  "Originally we had planned a fairly  large expansion to die service," he said.  "But we came to an agreement that we  should leave Gibsons to the Gibsons  Bus." The withdrawal of the Gibsons  bus service, "has sort of left us in a  quandary," Masterton added. "Basically  we don't have the money or the time to  fill all those routes."  However, Masterton did not rule out  the possibility of some additional service for the Coast, but he said the  request would have to come from the  SCRD. He agreed the whole Coasl system will need lo be rearranged to see  how best to meet transit needs. Giles  said she hoped that would be done in  time for the next Transit Commission  meeting Oct. 21.  Meanwhile, Masterton was not  encouraging about the prospects for  retroactive funding to the SCRD for the  z\rea E commuter run. a service begun  in July but which was not scheduled io  start operation until last week. "My  impression was that anything retroactive was somewhat improbable, just  given the fiscal tight-fistedness."  Masterton said the reason Transit  eventually allowed the Area E service  to continue was because the SCRD  agreed to assume the full costs for that  period, estimated bv the board at about  $15,000.  But SCRD chairwoman Peggy Connor rejected the suggestion that the  board had already agreed to swallow  the cost. "We're really in a position of  negotiations," Connor said. "All we can  do is ask and that's what we've asked  for (cost sharing!. If not we're quite  prepared to pay for thai service until the  24th (Aug)."  Destroyer  embattled in  sinking salvos  by Jane Seyd  Her days as a Cold War battle station mi y be over, but the  fight over approval for the sinking of H.M.C.S. Chaudiere as an  artificial reef may have only just  begun.  While bureaucrats review  permit applications for the sinking, diving enthusiasts in both  Nanaimo and Sechelt have been  vying to prove the right hyped  enthusiasm and financial backing necessary to kwoothe 367-  foot Restigouche Destroyer  Escort to their community.  But other residents, concerned about the potential environmental impact on ocean life  and philosophically opposed to  the sinking of the vessel, have  said they'll fight to torpedo the  plans.  A decision on the potential  final resting place of the  Chaudiere - intended to be sunk  as an artificial habitat for marine  life and a destination for divers -  will be decided by the Artificial  Reef Society within the next  Inside  $  4  11  pm *  17  If  13  few days.  Originally, the ship was  scheduled to go to a site near  Gabriola Island off Nanaimo.  But disputes which have broken  out between the reef society, the  ministries which must issue permits for the sinking and a group  of local residents concerned  about impact on the environment, have thrown that location  into limbo.  So far, the reef society has  said if yjenrnaVW'Jt-jf-lwtied -  soon to sink tbe vessel off  Nanaimo, a location in Sechelt  Inlet will be considered instead.  If decisions are postponed  past September, the prospect of  towing the vessel to a site for  the sinking becomes too risky,  says reef society spokesman  Howard Robins. "We've just  lost our patience on this."  But concerned residents in  both Nanaimo and on the Sunshine Coast say the approval  process will be necessary,  regardless of where the society  decides to sink the vessel.  And they argue the reasons  for opposition off Nanaimo are  just as applicable to Sunshine  Coast waters.  "Whether they have it  dropped off D'Courcy Island or  Sechelt Inlet, we don't want it  anywhere," says Sheahan Ben-  nie, a Roberts Creek resident.  "It's not a question of  Nanaimo not getting its act  together. It's a question of people not wanting it."  While the reef society says  the boat has been completely  stripped of fuel oils, electronic  wiring and insulation which  could prove environmentally  hazardous, Bennie says she's  unconvinced the vessel is safe  for marine life.  turn to page 3  A lot of sunshine and a small power generator help Bart Timchuk and drummer Colin Campbell entertain their friends with a 'free'  concert in Brookman Park Thursday. Joel Johnstone photo  Operations to continue at Waugh Lake  by Jane Seyd  Two weeks after a logging crew was  turned back from a cutblock near Waugh  Lake by a blockade organized by the  Egmont water board, a decision has been  made to allow logging in most of the watershed area under dispute.  The decision was made after a new report  prepared by a Ministry of Forests' hydrolo-  gist was discussed by members of the water  board, representatives of the logging companies involved and acting district forests manager Russ Hughes on Thursday.  "In essence he felt logging in that particular drainage would not effect water quality  and quantity," said Hughes.  At the meeting, Terminal Forest Products  and contractor Sladey Timber agreed to take  extra measures to protect the streams which  feed into the Waugh Lake water supply,  such as extra culverting. A 30-metre buffer  strip of trees will also be lefl on either side  of the streams, which will be examined by  the environment ministry.  Hughes said the meeting between the  board members and logging companies was  positive. "There was a free exchange of  ideas," he said. "In that sense it was really  constructive. We're down to a fairly small  contentious area."  Water board member John Dafoe said  although he wasn't completely pleased wiih  the decision, he was happy the water board  was now being consulted on logging in the  watershed.  "We are part of the process," he said.  "...The message is you can't just work in our  area without talking to us."  Dafoe said no further blockades or  actions were planned to stop the logging,  which began again on Friday in the areas  previously under discussion.  "They are working again, which makes  them happy." said Dafoe. "I don'l think  there're hard feelings. We're really not on a  vendetta."  The Waugh Lake area is officially designated a watershed reserve, which means the  land itself can't be bought or leased, said  Hughes, bul other resource uses, such as logging, are allowed.  Wounded black bear cause for concern  :������>  by Stuart Burnside  A wounded black bear last  seen near the Gibsons volunteer  fire hall has the Coast's conservation officer concerned  for public  safety.  Conservation officer Doug Pierce said  the bear was shot  from the window of a  residence in  Creekside subdivision  behind the fire hall       while eating garbage  placed in a Ministry of the Environment bear trap. He said the  resident who shot the bear  became "panicky" when the trap  appeared not to be working and  fired three shots at the animal  from a 30/30 rifle, hitting the  bear once in the shoulder.  Pierce said the bear took off  over a bank down a nearby  ravine and disappeared.  "We found a little bit of  blood heading down to the creek  bottom but after that we lost the  trail completely," Pierce said. "I  spent most of the day  ���~"'"  thrashing     around  down there trying to  find (the animal) but I  didn't have any luck."  Pierce said if the  bear was seriously  With a little  patience tbe  trap would  Ihe   have Sprung    injured it would prob  -Doug Pierce  ably crawl off and die.  If not seriously in-  ~~���~-���"~ jured, it will wander  in pain until the wound heals.  He noted, however, that due to  the warm weather, the bear risks  infection from flies laying eggs  in the wound.  In any event, the bear is likely to be dangerous if approached  and Pierce warned the public to  be cautious about any bear  sightings in the North Road  area.  Doug Pierce  Pierce noted the bear should  not have been shot in the first  place.  "In a situation like that, the  bear is not really that dangerous," he said. He added that the  the bear was only interested in  the bait in the trap.  He said the trap "appeared  not to be working" because the  family of the man who shot the  bear had added their own  garbage as bait in addition to  that placed by Pierce. They  didn't place their garbage far  enough in and the bear was taking bits of it and eating it outside, then going back in for  more.  "With a little patience the  trap would have sprung," Pierce  said. "Then the people would be  safe, we could relocate the bear  and it would be sale ... By  wounding the bear they've made  the situation much, much  worse."  Pierce said it was also dangerous for the fellow with the  30/30 to be shooting in a residential neighbourhood, noting  the man missed twice while  aiming his gun in the direction  of homes across the ravine.  "It was all very stupid and  unnecessary," Pierce said.  Sechelt Creek hydro  project unveiled  by Darah Hansen  A round of three public information meetings promoting a  proposed hydro project on  Sechelt Creek ended Thursday  and organisers say they have  encountered little opposition.  The company packaging the  proposal is Conwest Exploration, a Canadian firm with  headquarters in Toronto.  Presently it is under contract by  BC Hydro to build an estimated  $16.7 million power project  without a dam. After several  studies, Conwest has found the  area to be both ecologically and  economically sound.  "In my opinion, it is the way  of the future," said hydro division vice-president David  Carter about the project."If  done correctly, it can enhance  the environment."  The project design follows a  'run-of-river' scheme which  employs a diversion weir used  to divert mountain run-off water  down a three-kilometre-long  tunnel to a powerhouse located  at the junction of Salmon Inlet  and Ihe creek. Effects on normal water flow are estimated at  an 18 per cent reduction in drier  months with an increase of 18  per cent during spring and fall.  Based on reports from both  the Salmon Enhancement Society and the Department of Fisheries and Oceans, salmonid  beds could be improved, said  Carter, as a more balanced  creek flow would reduce the  chance of eggs being swept  away in high-flows or being  covered with heavy sediment  when running low.  turn to page 3 Coaist News, August 31, 1992  NEW ARRIVALS  1993  Art Calendars  New Items Arriving every Week  Drop By and Browse   Tsain-Ko Gifts  House of Hewhivvus v'''.?JvjB  5555 Hwy 101. Sechell ��� 885-4592  Mon   Sol ��� 1: III - 5: tl)  Sunday ��� 10:00-4:00  ���5?  &  &yt**%a  >  \  no animal letttag.no animal inKiwlinus  BEAUTY WITHOUT CRUELTY provides  affordable, high quality natural rostiictirs  including complete skin care programs,  make-up and shampoo & conditioner.  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In the past week 50 people have  signed the paper and Gilbertson is determined to get many more before presenting it  to council.  "I want to show council that we are interested. It seems the district may not have  thought so," said Gilbertson, frustrated with  waiting.  One change the residents are suggesting  is a look into correcting the erosion problem  that has been slowly sweeping away parts of  the beach. Also listed as concerns are the  installation of a proper parking lot to avoid  the present dust kick-up by cars, slowing  traffic through the area, planting trees and  putting in benches so seniors and those sen  sitive to the sun can also enjoy the area.  "That's wonderful. If the public is getting  involved that will really help," said SCRD  chairwoman Peggy Connor.  However, Al Silver, chairman of the com  mittee in charge of the Davis Bay study,  stressed the importance of getting results  from the study before involving Ihe public  The purpose of the study is to determine  what changes are viable, that may or may  not include those residents are suggesting,  said Silver. After the study is completed all  feasible changes will be addressed.  "It is important that all options are avail  able and given very serious consideration,"  said Silver.  Film set painter Kenneth Wells touches up the details on the Gibsons Winter Club mural. Sponsored by the Gibsons Curling Club,  the painting is being done to brighten up the building's appearance and as well as give a very visual Idea of what this building is all  about on the inside. Joel Johnstone pholo  Sea mammal program looks at stranding  by Darah Hansen  ��� There is a group of dedicated  scientists who not only want to  hear about sightings of dead sea  mammals but are also more than  willing to do something about it.  They are the volunteer members of the Marine Mammal  Research Group based in Victoria. They study the animals and  use the information they gather  for both scientific and educational purposes.  The group began research in  1986 as an off-shoot of the  Stranded Whale and Dolphin  Program of British Columbia.  Founding member Robin  Baird, a biologist and student of  Simon Fraser University, said  that he and two colleagues saw a  need for the program after  recovering the carcass of a killer  whale in Tsawwassen for study  purposes and finding that there  was no information to which  Jeannie's Jcwelfoij ^m fiwut  Special Savings Now In Effect  *����. thru Saturday Sept. 26        y��w  .'CVS'  Check List  Are the claws worn thin?  Are the side stones secure?  Is the centre stones secure?  Is the slunk worn thin  A  they could compare they're  findings.  It is important to know where  and when the animals are  stranded, if they are being  stranded in large numbers and  how and why they _  died, said Baird.  The information  can be used to document abnormalities  occuring in the animals from pollution,  viral and bacterial  diseases and net fishing in the Strait of  Georgia andcoastal  waters.  A total of 10 animals were reported  and studied by the  end of the group's  first year of operation,  year that figure rose to 44.  "I suspect this is still only a  small proportion of those actually being stranded," said Baird.  Because the program is funded "out of the pockets" of its  members, the study is limited to  White-sided dolphins, Harbour  porpoise, Dall's porpoise,  Minke, Killer, Humpback and  Gray whales.  Findings thus far indicate  that West Coast marine mammal species are not prone to the  kind of mass strandings as those  found in the east. Baird knew of  only one recent case of a "small  scale die-off' of Dall's porpoise  occuring on the beaches of the  '...the highest  level of  mercury in  their liver  tissues  recorded  anywhere in  tbe world'  -Robin Baird  Last  Queen Charlotte Islands.  "This is totally unprecedent  ed. There are no sightings  recorded previously so we ask  the question 'why?'"  The majority of the animals  ____    die of natural causes  - most commonly  pneumonia or birth  defects.  A further 10 to 15  per cent  become  entangled in fishing  nets. Deaths occuring in this fashion  have proven valuable, said Baird, in  that the scientists  have a healthy specimen which reflects  ______   normal levels  of  concentrate within  its system to which they can  compare other animals.  An interesting fact, noted  Baird, is the level of mercury  discovered in three Killer  whales known to inhabit the  Strait of Georgia and Juan de  Fuca Strait.  "The animals had the highest  level of mercury in their liver  tissues recorded anywhere in the  world," he said.  Again, Baird added, because  of the previous lack of data collection, he was not in a position  to say that this is what killed the  creatures.  Findings from the program  are published in an annual  report. The work has been  Claw Retlpping   ����A Ring Sizing     ��Q  Reg. Price $44 for 4 claws   mjjlj  Made Smaller */0  Reg. Price $12  Karat Gold Made Larger tt4f\   ti/t  Chain Solder      **     ������� m�� *���*- -��o ->1U->14  Reg. Price $10 ZfO     Half Shanks   By Estimate  SUNNYCREST MALL  Gibsons  Jeannie's  Qifts&Qcms  .  Sept.   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Also,  he said, length distribution  reports show that peak strandings are occuring in newborns,  which is not the case in the east.  "This implies that something  is going on," said Baird.  The Strandings program  relies heavily on public  response. If an animal is found  dead, Baird suggests it should  be anchored in place and kept  under a tatp to protect the body  from scavengers or if the animal  is small enough, it can be  wrapped and frozen until someone can organize its removal.  If the mammal is still alive,  Baird was clear that it should  not be placed back in the water  on its own.  "It is usually stranded  because it is in the process of  dying," he said. "It probably  can't swim any more."  Baird recommends that the  animal be kept cool and wet,  with attention given so that  water is noi poured directly over  the blow-hole.  The Stranding report line is a  toll-free 24 hour line at 1-800  665-5939.  Live strandings can also be  reported to the Vancouver  Aquarium at 631-2519 or 686-  9637 (pager).  SEAWARD  SHELL  Marine Dr. Lower Gibson's  would like to Introduce  our new mechanic  ��� DENNIS ���  Oil, Lub* a mat  S-Nclel*  $19.95fi-  ���includes 38 pt. check  ��� all wheels removed 4  brakes checked  (diesers not included)  'most cars & light duty trucks  886-2572 Coast News, August 31, 1992  .-a*.-.*.,  The HMCS Chaudiere - local groups are divided over the prospect of the ship being sunk in Sechelt Inlet to serve as an artificial reef.  Battle lines drawn around reef  from page 1  Bennie says she believes the ship still has  asbestos sealed into the bulkheads which will  eventually be released as a reaction between  the steel hull and the aluminum superstructure eats away at the vessel.  Julian Matson, of Coastwatch in  Nanaimo, says the same process will also  lead the vessel to become structurally unsafe  for divers within a couple of years.  Apart from environmental and safety concerns, both Bennie and Matson question the  value of sinking an artificial reef in coastal  waters, which unlike other areas where artificial reefs are used, already have an abundance of marine life.  But more important, they say, thry're  opposed to the whole idea of sinking old vessels which could be put to better use through  recycling.  "Why don't I dump my car bodies and  refrigerators down there?" says Matson. "We  shouldn't be dumping garbage in the water."  So far, the reef society has dismissed such  concerns as unfounded, saying recent clean-  EventuaUy, tt will be up to  several regulatory agencies  to decide whether or not to  allow tbe Chaudiere to be  sunk either off Nanaimo or  in Sechelt Inlet  ing and stripping have made the Chaudiere  safe to sink, and adding the vessel will draw  more than $1 million to a local community in  tourist revenue from divers once it goes  down.  Local Fisheries officer Ross Squire has  also given his support to the project. The last  vessel sunk by the reef society off Sidney  proved a definite boon to marine life, says  Squire, and in that sense "the reef is very  real."  Eventually, it will be up to several regulatory agencies to decide whether or not to  allow the Chaudiere to be sunk either off  Nanaimo or in Sechelt Inlet, through permits  issued by the Coast Guard, Environment  Canada and the provincial Ministry of Lands  and Parks. As part of that process, local government will also be consulted.  Says the reef society's Robins: "We're not  about to take a ship and sink it in someone's  backyard without their knowledge and  approval."  So far, local reef society member Bill  Brooks says over $20,000 of the $40,000  required by the society to bring the ship to  Sechelt has been raised by local donors.  Brooks adds that a free moorage site at a  disused barge terminal in Sechelt Inlet has  also been offered, while applications for permits are made to the appropriate agencies.  So far, says Brooks, response to the project  has been "really positive."  While Sechelt is not guaranteed the vessel  if the deal in Nanaimo falls through, Robins  said it's a likely location. "Sechelt made a  presentation to us which made sense," he  said. "We don't have the time to go selling  this project all over the province."  Single goveritmeiit talks proceed sans mayor  "One government" talks between the three Coast municipal governments - Sechelt, Gibsons and Sunshine Coast Regional District  (SCRD) - continued Tuesday with some key players missing.  "There was a slip-up," said SCRD chairwoman Peggy Connor.  Somewhere in the invitational process, Sechelt council was not  informed of the meeting until late Tuesday afternoon after all the  members had made previous arrangements.  "I'm sure it was just a mistake," said Sechelt mayor Nancy  MacLarty, though she reflected some frustration regarding the present  direction of the talks.  'To have a steering committee of 17 people is a bit much anyway,"  she said. "It is very difficult to get a consensus."  MacLarty suggested the process would be better served to have a  committee consisting of one member from each town and two from  the SCRD.  Despite the mix-up, "it was a very good meeting," said Connor.  The seven members in attendance, four representing the SCRD and  three from Gibsons, including Mayor Eric Small, decided upon a task  force responsible for setting the direction of the committee's agenda.  Put in charge are Brett McGillivray of the SCRD and mayors Small  and MacLarty.  "We want to create Ihe best government for the Sunshine Coast,"  said Connor, whether this includes forming one government or something else.  Transformer PCB risk at HSPP negligible: mill  Tests done on the oil spilled from vandalised transformers at Howe Sound Pulp  and Paper show very little PCB content,  according to the mill's technical services  manager, Ron Wilson.  Wilson said the PCB count was about 0,1  part per million. The government considers  substances hazardous when there is a PCB  count of 50 parts per million.  Wilson said the oil and the ground it contaminated would be burned along with the  hog fuel used in the mill's furnaces as soon  as approval comes from the waste management branch.  "We're expecting approval at anytime,"  Wilson said. He said the equivalent of a  dump truck load of soil would have to be  removed.  The oil leaks occurred sometime in the  lasl four months when vandals opened three  of six transformers stored behind the mill to  steal copper wire contained inside.  Wilson said the transformers were awaiting sale al Ihe time and noted that five of  them have since been sold. He said the  remaining transformer would be moved to a  safer area.  Profit goal of Sechelt Inlet hydro project  from page 1  The plan calls for clearing  three hectares of productive forest land, erecting 0.3 kilometres  of wood transmission connecting  poles and incorporating Native  design into the architecture of  the powerhouse.  Contract jobs for locals will  also be available, involving up  to 200,000 hours of labour.  The go-ahead is still a distant  goal, however.  "We have a whole list of regulatory processes to go through,"  Going Away  on Vacation?  Your Secret's  Safe With Us  Leave your cares at home with us.  Pel / Animal Care  Mall Cleiring and Forwarding  Indoor Plant and Yard Maintenance  Regular Home Check or Uve-in Service  CALL SHARON 885-2228  Kids & Tobacco  It's a crime.  said Carter. "There are more  regulations attached to this kind  of project that any other form of  development."  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It's astonishing to see the same tired arguments trotted  out, the same primitive thinking that has allowed goons  to infiltrate the game and fisticuffs to feature alongside  skill and finesse in the highlight coverage.  Seven teams argued for a new rule that would see any  player involved in a fight ejected from a game - not an  outrageous suggestion given that it is the norm in other  team sports. But the majority of governors clung to the  irrational view that an outright fighting ban would  inevitably lead to an increase in illegal stickwork.  Variations on this myopic theme have been at the root  of resistance to stiffer penalties, and the game has slid  into a mire of punch-ups, punctuated by Ihe odd bench-  clearing brawl. It's pathetic that attitudes to a thrilling  and graceful sport have become so jaded that illegal and  dangerous tactics are expected from players, no matter  what the rules.  Instead of a ban, the board, in its eminent wisdom,  plucked a wonderful compromise from the hat. It decided  that fight instigators (you know, the plumbers and thugs  who fill out every bench) would be ejected from the  game. But spontaneous fights, like the kind that break  out between kids who haven't learned to control their  tempers yet, will continue to be tolerated.  You can hear the plaints already. "Honest ref, that  punch was spontaneous. I hardly had time to get my  gloves off as a skated over from the bench."  In the same breath, the board decided that diving warrants an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty.  Ah, the gentleman's code.  Should not this  be a goal?  In recent days the south of the United States has been  battered with some of the fiercest hurricane winds on  record. A trail of devastation leads from south east Florida to Louisiana with billions of dollars worth of damage  and thousands rendered homeless in the aftermath of the  storm.  It has been admirable how the emergency and rescue  teams have responded with skill, determination and gusto  to the plight of the people who lived in the path of the  storm.  Across the world in the Balkans man-made devastation  continues and in Somaliland a dying people live in a ravaged countryside in which the only plenty is in the armaments sold them by the East and the West when the Cold  War was at its height. Those weapons are now being used  to pillage and sell for profit the grain a caring world sends  to the starving.  How ready, alert and able we seem to be when we are  acting against natural disasters. How slow, inept and  paralysed we appear to be when human suffering is the  result of man-made disasters.  Why should this be?  Can we expect someday that when people are being  killed or dying of hunger anywhere in die world that the  international response will be as swift and effective as the  work of the rescue teams moving to the aid of Americans  made homeless by storm?  Surely this should at least be our goal.  Discrepancies  between art, life  I am pleased to see the Coast  News has expanded coverage of  The Festival of the Written Arts  this year, especially to reviews  of the readings. I think this  reflects an increased interest in  our community in writing and  related issues.  In this light it's important to  point out that my question to Pat  Lane after his reading was not,  as Peter Trower reported, about  humour. Unlike Lane himself, I  see a dark humour in his work. I  can't believe that the hyperbole  of horror he so masterfully creates is not somewhat tongue-in-  cheek.  I said I could find no joy or  happiness in his writing and  asked him whether he thought  those elements were there or  not. The question stemmed not  from a desire for "laughs or  light entertainment," but for an  emotional range and complexity  in writing that I observe in  human beings.  It is unfair and pointless to  ask a writer to write differently  but one can wonder and ask  about puzzling discrepancies  between art and life. I asked but  I'm still wondering.  JOHN PASS  Madeira Park  Bus regulars  await results  Last Sunday I rode the Gibsons bus for the last time. Like  many, I used to depend on the  bus to get around Gibsons and  to get to Langdale. I used to tell  the time by the Gibsons bus as it  came by the house. The bus  made Gibsons a more reliable  and secure place to live. I'll  miss the bus.  I would like lo thank Diane,  Lynne, Tarry, Ed, all ihe drivers  and all those who were members of the board and of the  society and all those who rode  the bus. If the people who rode  the Gibsons bus had any say,  Diane Schafer would win Citizen of (he Year, hands down!  I spoke to Victoria and they  told me any changes in transit  service would have to originate  with the regional district.  I spoke to the regional district and they said they hope to  have phase one of an expanded  service approved by Victoria.  Right now, Gibsons is left with  a much reduced bus service and  even if phase one is approved,  we still will not have any  evening, Sunday or holiday  buses. The regional districl  assured mc that Mayor Eric  Small will be working for an  additional transit bus. The Gibsons bus regulars wait impatiently for results.  KATHY VANCE  (Jibsons  Saga of the unseen  Re: Kevin Onclln/Saga  Seafarms Aug. 14 letter.  I am responding to what I  feel are the most glaring distortions in Kevin Onclin's letter.  It was from Ihe horse's  mouth (Kevin Onclin) that I  learned that he owned five per  cent of Saga Seafarms during a  conversation at a fish farm display at Trail Bay Mall.  i have never been an employee of the Coast News. My  involvement was one of contributing freelance material on a  casual basis.  Now the matter of my visit to  Saga concerning the July 19,  letters welcome  We welcome letters to the editor on matters of public  interest. However, we reserve the right to edit  submissions for brevity, clarity and legality. Please mail  your letters to:  The Editor  Sunshine Coast News  Box 68  Sechelt, B.C.  V0N3A0  1987 forest fire...I drove up lo  the house at Saga, identified  myself and was told to go down  to the workshop. An employee  mixing feed with antibiotics in a  cement mixer told me I could  find someone on the dock. I  walked down the dock and after  a while spoke to the manager,  Murray Rudd. I identified  myself and, after interviewing  him, said I would also like to  look over the burnt out area.  After doing so I left the same  way I arrived.  The main point I wanted to  make with my original letter  was that there appeared to be  many unknown or unseen events  associated with Saga. And as  with all fish farms, waste feed,  liquid wastes and solid feces  from the fish sink to the bottom.  Typically 95 per cent of species  characteristic of undisturbed  habitats disappear leaving only  one or two species. The untreated sewage from a fish farm of  the equivalent size of Saga  would exceed all of Pender Harbour's population dumping  untreated sewage directly into  the harbour.  I do appreciate that Mr.  Onclin recognizes ORCA's  many years of international  research and vigilance. We have  indeed had a significant impact  on this industry, but unfortunately our serious ecological  concerns have never been adequately addressed. We still  believe fish farming is incompatible with our natural fishing  resources or aquatic ecology.  TEN DAWE  ORCA director, Sechelt  The long Confederation trail back to Charlottetown  With a somewhat shaky but nonetheless welcome sense of history our political leaders have  returned to Charlottetown to re-enact the historic  meeting in that city of the Fathers of Confederation.  It should remind us that, however clumsily  achieved the compromise that is about to guide our  destiny, it is no more a patchwork of compromise  than the original documents which guided the  country for more than one hundred years.  History tends to glaze the very human creatures  who helped this country into being with a somewhat supernatural sheen. In point of fact they were  very human fellows with virtues and vices. The  agreement that they arrived at reflected both the  virtues and the vices of the men who shaped it  What will come out of this meeting, what nature  of document will be signed? Some sort of agreement is going to come, surely, if the long and  tedious process is not to be rendered even more  absurd than it is already has been.  That it will be imperfect is guaranteed. There  are just too many different strands to the Canadian  weave, too many mixed motives and waning aims,  for all Canadians to be satisfied. But something  will come of it and we will live with the imperfections as we lived with the imperfections in the  work of the original Fathers of Confederation.  As this is written, it is not assured that the  musings  John burnside  Prime Minister will call for a national referendum  to approve the package. In his public comments on  the issue he has been carefully ambiguous and circumlocutory. But the betting here is that there will  be a referendum nationwide and that it will pass  because Canadians are sick and tired of the whole  issue and will agree to virtually anything at this  stage to get tbe damn constitution off the national  consciousness.  French Canadians, as one of the founding colonial peoples, will do reasonably well, I think, under  the agreement Perhaps the original inhabitants will  have gained more than it seemed possible just a  short while ago.  Ihe most glaring areas of weakness or failure  seem to be in the areas of women's rights - no  progress made at all, and in the reorganization of  tbe Senate, where an absurd and shameful institu  tion has been rendered monstrously complex and  unwieldy without any real progress being made  towards eliminating die regional disparities which  have bedevilled this country since it was formed.  But we are all too tired to care really, are we  not? Sure, there are some shrill and strident voices,  many of them in this province, who are bleating  away about inadequacies of the negotiators and  imperfections in the agreement, but it is difficult to  avoid the conclusion that many of them are more  interested in personal political advancement than  they are in long-term solutions to the country's  dilemmas.  One prominent Liberal, Uoyd Axworthy from  Manitoba, observed with sad resignation that he  felt that die West had been 'snookered again', but  said that some other way would be found to redress  the regional inequities.  I suppose the same must be said about the  politicians' failure to make progress on the issues  that Canadian women feel to be important.  "Politics," it is said, "is the art of the possible,"  and perhaps this imperfect agreement is what is  possible in Canada today given the complexity of  the problems and the general lacklustre nature of  the cast of characters who are seeking the solutions.  If one might be forgiven for grinding a personal  axe of long standing, it seems a shame to me that  our leaders did not finally start coming to grips  with the true regional divisions of this country,  namely the Maritimes, Quebec, Ontario, the .  Prairies, the Province of British Columbia and the .  North.  With an equal number of senators from these  six regions we could have a relatively egalitarian  representation which might be regionally appropriate.  But by and large there was more jealousy man  goodwill, more opportunism than co-ordinated  organization, and so what we got for a Senate  seems so unwieldy and so fraught with complexity  that I don't quite understand it and cannot yet bring  myself to try.  It may well be that when the referendum is held  1 still will not have managed to wrap my mind  around the masterworks of our masters in the  realm of constitution building, but I will vote in  favour of it. I will do so because I don't have any  faith that these politicians are capable of anything  better and I am grown weary, and surely not alone,  of watching them try.  I will try, and I hope not alone, to remember little men who sought to enlarge themselves at the  country's expense but I will be prepared to live  with die imperfections they have wrought.  And then if we can just turn our attention to tbe  question of economic survival...  COAST^NEWS  Tla euaan Coa�� Man ��teal a"**" ���*��> ��a-a>ia*aWir��(��ofib"ira/-ainii /MHajWai  fmmm ea let SwatM Ob* B.C. amy pmtaM Mm pararaaan ti aaaraj a a*     Hapiaaiiaaa**  Ha.ai li[ iTa��iil naa III *- ��� ~��� ��oa�� tan QaaM Pan, m. Mar or la  l��,V��l��,*W)a��>-a**2,r*|W>aB***5, cqjflat SaMJptriaaCma-1 yawtK.  seam ca��. tax a. St** at rm m- fc�� ost . %sm. t mo. tx. nao qst .  *a*B,B��M��im��*Maa),rTaaaoi)aWW.    B1* rava^W MOST). Sam* aaa .j  i*��la*aaaCMItwaaaaMbr**--ala*<   P-aMura  Pari Tripp  BnaoooN  �� Hainan  rriwa, mmI  .*��� opinion  Thoughts on writing in retirement  'In retirement' is maybe  something that needs some definition - to begin or end with. In  retirement is, of course, all the  time after you have become  unemployable. What to do? You  can, if you have garnered up  sufficient sheckels, whip off in  various aircrafts and go to  Bangkok, or London or the  Kashmir or wherever. Or you  may simply stay at home.  Staying at home has the  advantage that you don'l have lo  cope wiih the ineptness of people at airports here and there,  the rudeness of taxi drivers  almost everywhere except London (and Gibsons), the general  feeling that has grown up that  there's something wrong with  providing a decent service.  Statistically, and I have no  numbers here, but statistically,  four out of five people drawing  expanding salaries in the service  industry have no real interest in  the job, and in fact believe that  serving other people is somehow below them. What they can  be thinking of themselves is  something hard to conceive.  From the point of a retired  person, that is from a service or  an engineering or a farming or a  fishing or a manufacturing or a  selling or whatever background,  retirement is a welcome release  or it is an imposed closure to  everything that has naturally  gone on before.  Spending the time in the pub  or the coffee shop or gardening  or even in the library or playing  golf may not be good enough.  Boredom (a sin in any religion  you like to choose) sets in. The  enzymes that police the antibodies and all that relax and in a  slow but steady way the whole  body will collapse into itself and  more or less dissolve.  What is needed, all that's  needed, is some kind of interest.  Gardening will do it, collecting  butterflies or stamps will do it.  If you are musical you may  always be about lo compose a  cantata. Painting is probably the  best thing, all those painters  have lived to ripe old ages. But  if you're not a musician or a  painter, my suggestion is that  you take to writing in retirement.  All you need for writing is a  table, some paper, pens or pencils and a chair. You just sit  down and write whatever occurs  to you. What occurs to you I  would suggest you not pay too  much attention to. Sure you may  not make the New Yorker in  your first year, but you are writing.  As you go along, remember-  In a nutshell  ing great summers in Ihe Interior, etc., it will occur to you that  these things should have some  kind of a shape. You may find  yourself going more often to the  library, and dragging out books  there where people like  Lawrence and Proust and  Faulkner and so many others  have found patterns for what  ihey wanted to write.  Writing a column in a local  paper is, il serins to me, a good  way of going about it. Presumably Ihe people around will not  be too harsh on you. On Ihe  other hand, they are not going to  read your column if they think it  is simply some kind of personal  pul-out.  You are going to have to  write about all kinds of different  things, like humour in religion,  and bird feeding, and the care  and cutting of grass, and the  wars in Asia. But then; you will  be, safe and sound, silting at  your table pen in hand, and no  stuart nutter  one to raise any kind of a rumpus regardless of Ihe eccentricity, perhaps, of your views.  What, really, could be neater?  So it's simple and open to all.  A few notions from an older  type may be of some help.  Never, ever use words you don't  really understand. This trick is  sent to bug us by the manufacturers of software for computers; You can press a button and  get a convenient thesaurus of  similar words, from which you  can pick one lhat hasn't been  used lately.  If it is not the right word, you  are adding, as many people  including well known writers  are today, to the draining of the  reality of the language.  Otherwise, dear little brothers and sisters in god, gel going  with some writing in retirement.  There are all those stories out  there that we are being denied.  All you need is a table and some  paper and a pen and a chair.  letters  Wake up to military,  economic sellout  In light of Ivan Tentchoff s  revelations of the Mulroney  government's military manoeu-  vrings, I would like to add the  following information.  During those years that free  trade was being discussed in the  political halls of the privileged,  behind the scenes a parallel integration of industrial weapons  production was occurring  between Canada and the US.  This was taking place under the  dictum that the US, which considers North America as one  vast military zone, would never  allow Canada to develop its own  defence policies, a truth one can  readily discern when examining  the role of NATO, which is  largely under US domination.  Canadian military leaders  have long worked closely with  the Pentagon in their role as  junior partners in the continental  defense strategies of the US.  One primary motive for Canadian subservience to US military  policy was the substantial  growth of a Canadian 'defense'  industry - one dependent on US  contracts and co-operation for  its very existence. Whereas US  arms industries manufacture  major weapons systems, Canadian firms develop and produce  components for the same systems.  Tied as we are to US weapons producers and American  wars, our national needs have  never played a role in our  defence industries. Recall that  we scrapped the Avro Arrow in  the '60s after the US government declared that we would  never find a buyer for this  advanced airplane and that they  would cease funneling military  contracts in our direction (sadly  we were a major contributor to  the instruments of death used in  Southeast Asia.)  A Canadian Defence White  Paper, released in 1987, charted  a significant restructuring of  Canada's defence policy. It  called for Ihe militarization of  the Canadian economy, committed the country to wanton  growth in defence spending and  demonstrated that there would  be vast government assistance to  private military production.  What better way, after all, to  create wealth for the branch  planls of American weapons  firms, which then transfer the  profits south of the border, than  to have the taxpayer fund production of the tools of death  used by corporate America to  continue its world domination?  In line with this sellout, the  Mulroney government has  increased Canada's military  budget approximately 50 per  cent during the last decade,  while further commitment of tax  dollars to defence is to be an  additional $50 billion over the  next decade.  Along with the giveaway of  Canada's wealth and resources,  the Free Trade Agreement provides for only two industries to  receive government (read taxpayer) subsidies: energy and the  private production of defence  materials. Article 2003 of that  spurious agreement exempts  military production industries  from being targeted as 'unfair'  examples of government subsidization and therefore not liable  to countervail attacks such as is  seen in the resource sectors of  our economy.  Thus in 1990 the Canadian  taxpayer subsidized military  contractors (primarily US  branch plants such as the despicable Unisys), to the lune of  some $250 million dollars.  Sadly there are too few people as enlightened and committed as the distinguished Mr.  Tentchoff, a man who has  devoted an entire life on behalf  of social, humanistic concerns,  ll is time the public woke up to  the corporate policies of a government that is attempting to  destroy our unique policies of  social equality in favour of bottom line profits to those who  have raped our resources and  transferred the nation's wealth  and jobs south of the 49th.  Canadians across the land  can discover the extent of the  sellout by reading Maude Barlow's Parcel of Rogues and  Linda McQuaig's The Quick  and Ihe Dead: Brian Mulroney,  Big Business and the Seduction  of Canada. Both books should  be required reading in all homes  and schoolrooms across the  nation - before it is too late.  R.S. RODVIK  Gibsons  Cats, grief and  speeders  In my last letter I told you  about a fourth cat hit on  Redrooffs in front of our house.  My friends and I saw Ihis accident caused by a pickup doing  about lOOkm/h. Buffy had broken every bone in his face and it  cosl $1,600 to repair. Since he  couldn't open his mouth he had  to be fed through a tube down  his nose.  The senior who owned him  had to get up and feed him with  a syringe at 7:.10 am, twice during the day then 11:30 at night.  She did this for a week and then  my mother decided that this 76  year old couldn't handle it and  so she offered to feed the cat  while I held him still. The senior  still gave him his morning feed  but then her heart started wearing out from all the worry and  my mum had to take her to St.  Mary's Hospital where she died  five hours later.  The cat, Buffy, had to be put  to sleep because a home  couldn't be found for an injured  cat. The old lady's large friendly  dog, Butch, who was well  known around our neighborhood  and had lived here all his life,  had to be sent to a home in Vancouver. I am feeding her other  cat and her home is up for sale. I  miss her very much because she  was like a grandmother to me.  As I write this letter I can  hear cars and trucks speeding  past. So if any of you speeders  are reading this please slow  down in honor of the memory of  this wonderful old lady.  ��� ANNI^ONOPASEK,13  Halfmoon Bay  Scouting honey  Further lo my letter regarding  the theft of the Boy Scouts'  honey, the boys of the Halfmoon Bay group would like to  sincerely thank all the people  who offered support..  Special thanks are due to ihe  Sechelt Legion and Wayne Bar-  nen for iheir donations; to Gord  Clayton, who worked so very  hard to help us sell the remaining honey; and to all the kind  people who purchased it. What  could have been a disaster  turned into a positive experience  for the boys. It is really great to  know there are human beings  alive and well on ihe Sunshine  Coast.  GAYE KINNEARD  Halfmoon Bay  Coast News, August i i, i *���*���/  RJ.'s   Fitness  MDKNINC CUSSES  Monday lo Friday 9 IS am  EVENING CUSSES  Mon . 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HIGH ��� VOLUMF OPFRATION  ALLOWS US TO OFFER REASONABl E nATES  1 ON THE SUNSHINE COAST  CAPILANO  COLLEGE  Adult  Basic Education  Fall Registration  10:00 am, September 3rd  Courses are available from  literacy to College Transfer entry  levels in English. Math and the  Sciences. Also, Basic Computer  skills for ABE students.  Call 885-9310 for information  5627 Inlet Avenue ��� Sechelt ��� Call 885-9310  CoastDance  Theatre School  Royal Academy of Dancing  Ballet Lessons  Modern & Creative  Dance  taught by professional  dancers.  Sechelt, Davis Bay  & Roberts Creek  to register for Fall  phone  886-3831  Artistic Director Denise O'Brien  Fall Fair production brewing  Saturday, Sept 12, Dougal Park. Gibsons - that's when the Fall  lair is this year Judges will he looking for the perfect flower, the  besl baking, canning, beer and wine, and lots more. For information  on categories, see the bright yellow catalogues in garden stores,  bookstores, etc.  I lieie will be crafts of all kinds, both for judging and for sale.  We have a record number of requests for tables, llie fair will begin  with a children's parade, starting al 10 am from Holland Park; all  entries are to have a fall lair theme. The judges will also be looking for the best zucchini recipes and the fun contests will include  zucchini art.  International foods and a salmon barbecue, entertainment and  children's games are all part of the program. The opening ceremony is at 11 am. I'or information call 886-9058 or 885-9840. See you  al ihe fair!  Working fairs  from 1946-1963  hy Gladys Contes  I was actively involved for  about 10 years as a member of  llie board.  They met in February to gel  plans underway each year,  reviewing the entries and planning Ihe entry booklet. Four of  us would canvas Ihe business  people of (iibsons and Sechelt  for ads in the booklet, in order  lo pay for the cosl of publishing.  Meetings were held once a  month unlil fair time in early  August. The final week before  (he Friday night opening was  spent decorating the W.I. Hall,  setting up tables, arranging  exhibits and finally on Friday,  accompanying the judges and  making a note of the winners  by the number on their entry.  Friday night was the grand  opening. By Saturday after  noon over 400 people had  attended. Entry at the door was  a charge of 25 cents for adults,  children were free.  The stage was set up for  lea, coffee and lighl lunches.  Children's exhibits of school  work were in the anteroom at  the side.  There were special sections  for the Junior Garden Club, as  well as a table for home baking  for the juniors.  In the Anglican Parish Hall  were arls and crafts, weaving  and spinning. As well there  were displays such as ihe shell  collection which is now in the  local museum.  Herb Steinbninncr was persuaded one year to show his  carvings.  He was a master at carving  farm animals, birds and wild  animals. He had a mother pig  Marvin Vollen Is considering Ihis year's Fall Fair in Gibsons as  a good opportunity to show off his garden products, which  Include these Sunflower plants standing over Tour metres high.  Joel Johnstone pholo  with her 10 offspring - about  one and one half inches long,  perfect in every detail.  In the hall yard were chicken, and calf pens, as well as  some commercial exhibits.  Late Saturday afternoon  everything had to be dismantled in preparation for the  dance, with the Inglis Orchestra supplying Ihe music.  The hall was always packed,  and so would end another  Howe Sound Fall Fair.  george in qlbsons  by George Cooper 886-8520  The Fall Fair this year is  September 12 in Dougal Park  and the Kinsmen Club building.  The fair opens at 11 am with the  kids' parade at 10 am from Holland Park. Enter your vegetables, flowers, fruits, baking,  canning. In addition, there will  be children's games galore,  salmon barbecue, ethnic food  booths and a tug-o-war sponsored by the labour council. A  fun fair for all ages. For further  information call Lilian Kunstler  at 886-9058.  Girl Guides  Registration for Girl Guides  is September 8 in Gibsons United Church hall and September 9  at Roberts Creek Elementary  community use room. In Gibsons and Langdale, leaders are  needed for Brownies and  Guides.  "Leadership in this program  will challenge and reward the  women who undertake it," says  Agnes Labonte. "Time and  enthusiasm are Ihe only require  ments. A training program is in  place for those new to the program." For information call Janice Ritchie at 885-2660 or Ann  Bakewell at 886-7808.  Hockey  Verda and Gus Schneider  included eight days of kids  games in the Minnesota AAA  summer hockey festival in their  recent motor trip. Their grandson Shon, of the North Alberta  Selects, was part of the 48-team  festival in which Canada, the  US and Russia (three teams)  were represented. Shon's team  placed second in its age class.  Grads  A letter from Mrs. Rose  Allan (formerly Mrs. Alex  Simpkins of Sechelt) tells of her  daughter Anne's graduation this  past June from the University of  Calgary. Anne graduated with  distinction in a B.Ed program in  early childhood education.  Anne, who went to school in  Sechelt but finished her secondary education in Alberta,  kept up the demanding schedule  of homemaker and university  student throughout the program.  Anne and her husband, Al Ralston, have two boys, Billy and  Ben. Anne will be teaching this  school year in Calgary in a new  private school. Our best wishes,  Anne.  Drama  A high voltage presentation  of a high voltage character -  Ken Mitchell as Bethune in the  Festival of the Written Arts.  Bethune, the Canadian doctor  whose dedicated service in the  Spanish Civil War and Mao's  campaign in China have been  belatedly recognized by Canada  in two postage stamps, was a  maverick in his profession, a  political outcast and a social  boor. Yet he served his fellow  man unto death.  Though no great shakes as an  actor, Mitchell, the author and  reader of the play, caught us by  the lapels, so to speak, and  bound us in his spell. Atmosphere was delightfully complemented by Lui Jing's dulcimer.  Museum seeks funds, volunteers  -IT  Pebbles from the past  TT   *** *#-%*,  ROBERTS CREEK FLUME  Early landmarks throughout the area were our local flumes. A dam  fed by a stream held shingle bolts until there were enough to ship.  The water was then released carrying the shingle bolts down to  tide water. Some flumes were of great length and height. Two of our more  famous are the Langdale flume and the Roberts Creek flume, a section of  which is shown above.  REALTY LTD.  PEBBLES REALTY IS YOUR  LARGEST INDEPENDENT  AND LOCALLY OWNED  OFFICE  Our mission statement:  "BE THE BEST."  Contrary to the popular misconception that "museums are  fortresses of dank, dark solitude", the Elphinstone Pioneer  Museum is a bustling hive of  bright activity, when open.  Attendance records kept since  July 1 indicate that almost 3,000  visitors have passed through the  museum's doors.  In spite of the great attendance records, the museum had  to cut back to winter hours as of  August 24. This decision was  made because of across-the-  board government cutbacks to  non-profit agencies, such as the  museum. These types of organizations are now, for the most  part, depending on volunteer  staffing to keep Iheir doors open  to the public.  In all fairness, it must be  noted that, thanks to two separate government grants, the  museum has had up to four paid  Your local Rtal Estate Company - Clbiont Quay  Boa J3S. Power Point Road. Olbiona. B.C. VON ivn'  Phone: SS6-8I07, Van, loll Iraa: ����l-30��,fii: H6-9060~  *     ��� a-i-a-a  CHRIS  S    4 O  CHRIS     IS    4 O  CHRIS  4 O  staff working this summer.  Response to the media coverage regarding the museum's  cutback of hours has helped the  museum gain one more day of  opening past the winter hours of  Mondays and Tuesdays from I  pm to 5 pm. The museum will  now also open from 9 am to  5pm Wednesdays.  Volunteer greeters are  urgently needed so the museum  can continue to delight visitors  from Japan, Hong Kong, England, Scotland, Germany, and  across North America. Orientation and training is provided.  Financial support for  core/project and capital funding  is being sought from various  sources. To date the response  has been minimal. Individuals  and business owners/managers  are also invited to assist the  museum with ils goal to hire  permanent staff and purchase  equipment for the museum.  If you can support your  museum as a volunteer or in any  other way, please stop in or call  886-8232. Elphinstone Pioneer  Museum is located at 716 Winn  Road, by the Post Office.  Coiist_r_ucjjioii Sites   ;  Special Events  Hi(iilli f  Bonniebrook  Industries  886-7064  .  mmmMm  mmMmmmtm Coast News, August 31, 1992  community  Roberts Creek once again drew throng) to Cliff (Hiker Park following the annual parade down  Roberts Creek Road Saturday. jan Hrinion photo  Slugging it out at Creek Daze  by Keith ThirkeU  This year's Roberts Creek Days was an exhilarating event for the whole family, especially the  kids.  Organizer Yvonne Mounsey wanted to make  the "Daze" a bit of a holiday for mum and dad so  the kids were provided with a myriad of things to  do. Face painting, woodworking, finger painting,  bubble blowing (which became an added adventure when the ground in front of the bubble ponds  turned into an ice rink), were jusl a few of Ihe  things kids could entertain them- __^_  selves with.  Nothing was more cooperative  this year than the weather; recent  rains cooled the ground but sunshine  prevailed the day of the event with a  light breeze adding to the pleasant  atmosphere of the festivities.  Jim Land of Vancouver saved the  Daze again this year by providing a       huge parachute, which he elevated above the field  to provide solar relief for people watching the  stage events.  The live (and taped) music offered a wide  range of listening entertainment including country,  blues, rock and some other indescribable sounds.  The only musical complaint, in the words of longtime Creek freak Ed Lands, "It was too loud." But  after all, Mr. Lands AS' moving on in years.  And of course a broad representation of local  artists, crafts people and organizations aired their  wares and works for anxious early Christmas  shoppers.  Naturally the Daze wouldn't be complete without community groups like the Tetrahedron  Alliance and SCRAPS promoting their causes.  devls bay news  'One of the most  notable aspects of  the Daze was its  flavour of multicultural cuisine'  But one of the most notable aspects of the  Daze, as always, was its flavour of multi-cultural  cuisine. If ones tasle buds were motivated then a  sampling of foods from almost every continent  awaited. There was Middle Eastern, Mexican and  African food, along with the usual hot dogs, hamburgers and water melons.  For those who still found the whole event a little too dull, a volleyball net was provided and was  not under used.  This year's Roberts Creek Days would not  ___^^_ have been complete, though, without the antics and escapades of Jan  Brinton, official spokesperson for  the recently created "Nation of  Roberls Creek". Compiele wilh  antique horned rimmed glasses and  a baseball cap sporting a pair of  pint-size rubber boots (the official  emblem of the creek) stitched on      top, Briton extolled the virtues of a  " Free and Independent Roberts Creek." This  could noi be accomplished, however, without  Brinton proudly displaying to all who fell prey to  curiosity, the national animal of Roberts Creek,  Ihe SLUG!  People were invited to witness the marvels and  splendours of these slimy creatures in a carefully  arranged wheelbarrow where seven meandering  mud midgets could be seen slithering for their  freedom. "In fact," remarked Brinton, "we started  out with ten or twelve slugs but like all good  Creeksters, several of Ihe clever little mollusks  couldn't suppress their primeval urge lo remain  free; there was a hole in the wheel barrow.  "This," declared Brinton, "represents Ihe official pastime of Roberts Creek, Slug Gazing."  by Jo-Anne Sheanh, 885*3629  The Charlie Brookman Fishing Derby was a huge success  and great fun for all the kids  .who participated. Although  there was a dearth of fish, trying to catch them was exciting.  The prized trophy went to  i Aaron Kraft of Sechelt, who  caught the largest fish, a six  .inch salmon. Other winners  .were: Sarah Black, two fish;  Simon Lohn, the most unusual;  Jason Paul, a starfish; Slade  Burt, a bullhead; Cindy  Matthews, the most shiners;  .Andrew Streich, second most  ,shiners; the brothers Trigg,  Andrew for the largest flounder  and Leonard for the second  i largest flounder. Zoe Lohn, age  six, was awarded a prize for  .being the youngest working  .fisherman. All in all, it was a  , super day for all concerned.  , The derby would not be possible without the efforts and  .contributions of a dedicated  .band of community-minded  people such as: Vem Maedel of  Chevron Canada, Sunshine  Coast Credit Union, Wharf  Restaurant, the Beach Buoy,  Greg's Restaurant, Davis Bay  Roofing, Sechelt Rod and Gun  Club, Wilson Creek Family  Restaurant, Hemstalk Hunting  and Fishing Supplies, Peninsula  Market, Jack Clement, and all  the volunteers who so ably  assisted in baiting hooks, untangling lines, etc. Most of all, a  fishnet full of thanks to Esther  and Turner Berry, whose efforts  make this ever-popular derby  the success it always is -  THANKS!  Fair play  On September 12 Gibsons is  holding its annual Fall Fair at  Dougal Park. The opening ceremonies commence at 11 am and  everyone is invited to attend  this event. There will be a kids'  parade followed by games, displays and all kinds of exciting  things to buy including ethnic  food, crafts, etc. They are looking for people interested in  forming a tug-of-war leam, so if  this appeals to you, give Lilian  a call at 886-9058. This is your  chance to show off your muscles - or your prize winning  zucchini.  For the more sedate crowd,  here's your opportunity to play  bridge in a merry-go-round  tournament in Sechelt and/or  Roberts Creek starting in  September. For further information and registration, call Margaret at 885-2840 or 885-2916,  or Phyl 885-3383. Bridge is  such a civilized game.  It's encouraging to hear that  Sechelt council has approved a  recommendation to jointly fund  a $14,000 study of a potential  Davis Bay seawall. It is a step  in the right direction.  To finish up the seal saga,  Jess Gilbertson towed the carcass out to sea and sunk it.  Good on you, Jess!  by Beverley Shipley  So it's snowing and freezing  in Edmonton but who would  want to go there anyway? Here  in Roberts Creek on the beautiful Sunshine Coast, it's warm,  even hot, sunny and still green  with only a few patches of  brown grass here and there.  If you're into gardening,  which most Creekers are, then  it's lime to start storing the harvest - the extra produce that  you can't eat or give away.  What a way to preserve and  remember this incredible summer of'92.  Opening a jar or bag of sunshine in the cold and wet of  mid-winter is a primitive and  somehow rewarding feeling.  Even though Ihe Coast was  inundated wilh cutworms and  slugs this season, they seem to  have done their thing and  crawled back into the dirt. This  is a blessing for tomatoes for  they are ripening fasl and don't  need to be spoiled anymore by  the grey holes that cutworms  leave.  Tomatoes can be easily preserved either cut up or whole in  airtight bags for the freezer to  make winter sauces and soups.  They are also one of the easiest  fruits to can.  Simply cut up, bring to a  boil, add sail and process in  jars in a hot water bath for 30  minutes.  That easy garden favourite,  the zucchini, is so gigantic if  left to itself, that besides freezing the pulp, the only thing to  do is zucchini cake and bread.  When small, they are great just  sliced and fried in butler or  with tomatoes and garlic.  Green, yellow and scarlet  runner beans freeze very well -  cut them in one or two inch  pieces and par boil in salt for  several minutes first. Pumpkins  also seem to be gigantic this  year.  Their pulp makes great pies  and loaves and also can be  frozen. Bake the seeds in salt  for a very nutritious and nutty  tasting snack.  For you pepper lovers - if  you've kept your plants protected with glass or poly, then  you should be seeing ripe, hot  and sweet ones now.  Peppers can also be frozen  in pieces and taken out for  soups and sauces, including  taco sauce. Peppers can be easily preserved by drying and  pickling.  ll is still not too late to plant  your winter garden. Broccoli,  beans, garlic, potatoes, kale,  collards, leeks - almost any  vegetable can be planted on the  Sunshine Coast for winter and  early spring harvests - with  mild winters, even lettuce, if  planted on a hot bed of manure  and kept covered with glass or  poly.  There really is no need to  buy store bought, chemicalized  vegetables, herbs and fruit if  you really persist and take  advantage of our mild west  coast weather.  Happy growing and preserving.  OCP Meeting  The next Official Community Plan meeting will be  Wednesday, Sept. 2 al 7:30 pm  at the community hall.  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On that  day we were uniled in sharing  the heartache of watching Terry  Fox publicly and bravely  announce that he had to stop his  Marathon of Hope. The cancer  that had cosl him his right leg at  the age of 18, lhat had lain dormant for three years, had spread  to his lungs. We shared his  tears, we grieved his death, but  his marathon goes on.  It has been 12 years since  Terry began his marathon and I  don't suppose Ihere is anyone  who watched his valorous run  through eastern Canada whose  life has not been touched by  cancer. We can remember Terry  with honour and continue his  marathon at Ihe Terry Pox Run  on Sunday, September 20. The  Sechell run starts and finishes  at Sechell He memory. You can  start any lime between 9 am  and I pm and you can walk,  jog, bike, etc. If you can't complete the 10 kilometre course,  you don't have lo - just participate. This run is an important  fundraising event for cancer  research. Participants are  encouraged to either make  donations or seek pledges.  Pledge forms are available at  the Coast News, Bank of Montreal, Pharmasave, IGA Plus,  Pastimes, Pacifica Pharmacy  and Sechelt Hardware.  Auxiliary meets  The Sechell branch of St.  Mary's Hospital Auxiliary is  having its first monthly meeting  after the holidays on Thursday,  Sept. 10 at 1:30 pm at St.  Hilda's Chuich. A big welcome  back to everyone. All members  are encouraged to attend, as  much planning will be needed  for the upcoming bazaar.  If you would like to play  bridge in a merry-go-round in  Sechelt or Roberts Creek, call  Phillip at 885-3383 or Margaret  at 885-2840 or 885-2916.  Chamber nominations  The Chamber of Commerce  has announced that it is now  accepting nominations for  'Good fitizen, Good Business  Person and Good Business of  the Year awards. Written nominations along with a description  of why that person or business  merits the award should be submitted to the chamber office,  Box 360, Sechelt or FAX 885-  9638. Deadline is Oct. 1 and  awards will be presented Oct.  17.  Sechelt registration for  Brownies, Guides and Pathfinders takes place Sept. 8 at St.  Hilda's Church from 7pm to 8  pm.  If you would like to sing  (and, unlike me, can carry a  tune) think about joining the  Sunshine Choristers who are  commencing Iheir 20th season.  Practices are held on Mondays  at 7 pm at St. Hilda's Church  beginning Aug. 31. For information call 885-4405.  Storytelling festival  The Rockwood Storytelling  Festival, Oct. 2 to 4, is in need  of volunteers and donations.  Watch for the 'Volunteers  Needed' classified ad for ongoing festival needs. Mary Lou  Renz at Rockwood Centre, 885-  2522, has more information.  The Sunshine Coast Fall Fair  which will be held from 11 am  to 4 pm Sept. 12 al the Kinsmen  Hall in Gibsons. There will be a  children's parade at 10 am, an  opening ceremony and awards  presentation al 11 am.  NOW OPEN!  Brenda's  Cuts'n'Curls  Everyday Low Pisces  For9emors  ��� Perms $45  includes cut, roller Mt  or curling Iron  ��� Shampoo & Set  $12  ��� Cuts $10  EVElTOGa-uTOWrMENTS  ���aaaw "  886-4805  Rita Fitzgerald plumps up another bouquet for sale at the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre garden market In Sechell, open every Thursday from 11 am - 2 pm. Joel Johnstone photo  halfmoon bay happenings  by Ruth Forrester, 885-2418  Those of you who have been missing your  bridge games during the summer months will be  happy to hear that the Welcome Beach Community  Bridge Mondays are due to start again. The first  one is on Monday, Sept. 4 at I pm, when the regular routine of the first and third Mondays of the  month will begin. If you wish more information  call Barb at 885-9860.  Reunion  There was a happy gathering at Coopers Green  last weekend when the Griffith family, well known  pioneers of the Sunshine Coast, and friends spent  an afternoon and evening together. In attendance  were 67 adults and an uncounted number of children, all of whom appeared to be having a wonderful time. The weather co-operaled fully and the  banquet-style spread of food was much enjoyed.  Family members came from as far afield as Port  McNeil, Sointula and Terrace and others had only  to deal wilh a 10-minute walk from the green. A  beautiful big banner across the entrance announced  lo all that the Griffith family and associates were  having their reunion.  Back to school  Despite the continuing warm sunny days, there  is a touch of fall in the air, especially in the mornings and evenings, which makes us realize that it  will soon be time for school. Registration is Sept. 8  for Halfmoon Bay Elementary school from 8:20  am till 2:35 pm. Lucky indeed are the children who  attend this progressive and happy school.  Fall Fair  Halfmoon Bay groups put on a great show of  community events at the Country Fair. Now Ihere  is an opportunity for these groups to shine again.  The Sunshine Coast Fall Fair at Dougal Park in  Gibsons will be a fair for the whole coast..  Enviro-fritrHHy 'Rapid CtMn' Ram  Features: Rapid self dean oven that deans  with heat, not harmful or dangerous  chemicals. Beautilully efficient oven for  outstanding cooking and baking results,  simmer element ideal for sauces. This model  also available with a manual clean oven.  Laos licit, II. Family capacity fttfilgajrakor  Standard features include: no frost operation.  adjustable shelves, energy saver switch,  split single reversible doors, roll-out wheels  lor easy cleaning, coil free back lor close Hush  installation, ice maker (optional exlra)  "OUR HOTTEST PRICES OF THE YEAR!"  SHOP NOW... PRICES IN EFFECT FOI 10 DAIS ONIV!  Sechelt  Furniture Land  >;t Prims! Rost Selection! Best Qu-ihtv1 Best  Free Delivery   You made us the leader in furniture & appliances  on the Sunshine Coast  Sunshine Coast Hwy., Sechelt  885-5756  h*rbovr,mtch  ...   r-.  by Jacalyn Vincent  If you would like to enroll your child in Brownies, Guides,  Pathfinders, or senior branches, the fall registration in the Pender  Harbour area will be on Sept. 15 at St. Andrew's Church at 7:30 pm.  Park closed again  Dan Bosch Park is closed again due to continuing vandalism and  fire conditions. Hopefully the park will reopen on Sept. 8.  Friendship group meets  The Harbourside Friendship Group meets every week at the Pender Harbour Music School from 10:30 am to 2:30 pm. Hot lunches  are available for $2 per person. Here's a chance to enjoy games,  guest speakers, outings, crafts and health information. Meet new  friends; everyone is welcome. For further information contact Linda  Szabados or Nancy MacKay.  Local artists welcome  If you play an instrument and would like to perform by yourself  or jam with other local musicians, the Jolly Roger is opening their  lounge on Thursday evenings for everyone to enjoy your talent. All  that is requested is that you bring your own instrument and contact  Terry at 885-7184 for further details.  As the tide changes  Sunday School for youngsters at St. Andrew's Church is held at  10 am every Sunday. Dinosaur buffs - scientists speculate that the  sound the duckbill dinosaur made was just like a very loud fog hom.  Until next week - be good to yourself.  Fall Home Show  Oct. 1.2&3  for Bookings and Information,  contact  lUartaHolloway  885-3651  ���  taVaUy  rj>*"*  TTT  -������:���  ran  4  Trades People ��� Retailers  Let everyone on the coast know about the  products and services you have which can  make the job easy and get it done right.  BOOK YOUR SPACE NOW  in the Coast News Weekender  Fall Home Improvement and  Home Show Supplement  delivered Thursday, October 1st  to every address on the Sunshine Coast  SPACE IS LIMITED...  ...SO CALL US TODAY!  Denise or Jean  885-3930  Bill or Simone  886-2622  ��������� 10  Coast News, August 31, 1992  community  by Joyce Ostry  Next on the seniors' calendar  is a l-lea Market and luncheon al  II am on Salurday, Sept. 12: a  dance on Sepl. 19 at Ihe new  hall: a dinner and entertainment  oo Sept. 26.  A greal big lhank you goes  oul lo all ihe men and women  who have volunteered their time  and energies toward the new  For the finest in area dining  Dining guiDE  Featured Restaurant of the Week  El   ��� I  | gy    U IRVINE'S 1ANDING PUB  C  ^HtiilK.      Come in and enjoy a leisurely lunch  or dinner In oui pub overiooklngjoe  Hay The food is excellenl With :t variety  ofdtohea to ehooae from, created by our  iheis Sandy and Mark Nuyena, There is  a different feature every nit>ht with  Prime Rib every Saturday night al $12.95.  Our Halibut anil Chips is another  favorite, enjoyed by many who visit us.  We now have a wine and beer store  which is open seven days a week for  your convenience Pub Hours: 11-11,7 days a week; Galley: 11-10, 7 days a week;  Wine A Beer Store: 9-9, Mon-Sat, 11-9 Sum Marina Dock - Dawn to Dusk.  Situated in Pender Harboui Call 883*114! MasterCard, Visa and Chevron accepted.  FAMILY DINING  Andy's Restaurant 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 greal  Brunch Buffet everv Sundav from  11 am - 2:30 pm. Hwy 10J, Gibsons, 886-3388. Open Sunday and  Monday 11 am - 9 pm, Tuesday -  Saturday 11 am -10 pm.  Thi Boat Houit - Jusl a ferry ride  away in beautiful Horseshoe Bay.  offering daily choices of fresh and  flash frozen seafood from the  Wesl, East and Gulf Coasts as well  as a variety of other specialties.  Join us after s 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 Ihe 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.  Calt 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...aa unique as the Coast  itself. Mon * Tues 9 - 5. Wed - Sat  9 - 9. Closed Sunday. Teredo  Square, Sechelt. Phone ahead for  your lunch! 885-9962..  Du 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!  Hald-A-Wiy 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 excellenl 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 hup  fet (II am - 2 pmj 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 IOpm  Reservations 886-4501. 50 seats  plus banquet room.  Hillside Family Restaurant Now Open  in Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons. Family Dining with Special  Chddren'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 & air conditioned. Open Sun - Thurs, 11 am -  10 pm. Fri & Sat 11 am -11 pm.  886-2993  Village Rtltaurant - Cozy family  style cafe 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 break-  test anytime. Saturdays are Prime  Rib nights. Fully licensed. Open 7  days a week, Mon. - Thurs., 7 am  to 8 pm; Fri., Sat. k Sun., 7 am to 9  pm. 5665 Cowrie Street, Sechelt.  885-9811. Visa at Mastercard  accepted.  The Omega Plus, Steak and Lobster  Home - 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 al 281 Gower Point Rd.  886-2268, Open for lunch Mon. -  Fri., 11:30 - 2:30: dinner daily 4 - 9  pm, Fri. At Sal., 'til 10 pm.  NIGHT ON THE TOWN  JoHy 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, loin us for  Brunch on Sunday from 10:00 am.  - 2:00 pm. Our Dockside deli is  open daily 500 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. for  breakfast and lunch. Fully  licensed. Visa, Mastercard. Mercer  Road, Secrel Cove. Reservations  recommended 885-7184.  Tht Wharl - 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.  Nam China Kltehtn ��� GIBSONS  PARK PLAZA, 1100 HWY. 101.  Come enjoy our Gourmet Chinese  Buffet featuring over 16 hot dishes  plus salad bar k 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  tV 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 tasting  one of our many homeslyle specialties in the puh; or the casual  surroundings of our family restaurant. Our "Skookum Burger" is a  challenge lo Ihe biggest appetite.  Backeddy Pub - located 1/2 mile  north of Egmont on Maple Road.  Pub open Daily at 11:30 am.  Kilchen hours - Mon & Tues 11:30-  730, Wed Fri 11:30-9;00,Sal 4 Sun  .9:00 ��� 9:00pm  Sechell Legion 1140 One of the besl  bargains on Ihe Coast, every Friday night, are the fabulous barbe-  qued steak dinners served from 6  10 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 Also 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 & Chips, featuring a full  order of the tastiest fish and chips  with cole slaw for only $4.55. 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 two, $30. We're now open 7  days a week 11-11 with our kitchen  open from 11-10. Pender Harbour,  883-1145, Mastercard 4 Visa. FuUy  licensed.  FINE DINING  Blui Heron Inn - Located on Ihe  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.  8R5 3847.  Chez Philippe at 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 Ihe 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 to 9:30 pm, 7 days a  week.  Creek Hour* - 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 k Mastercard. 40 seats.  El Nino - Dine In Ihe 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  flambe 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 Jlm't Retort 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-  200, 6:00- 10:00. Visa, Mastercard,  American Express. Reservations  recommend. 885- 7038  Pebbles - On Tht Batch - Dine in a  friendly atmosphere, watch cruise  ships glide by k sample the fine  cuisine of this renowned restaurant. Open 7 day a week for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Bninch on  Sunday 8-3. Reservations Recommended. In the heart of Sechelt at  the Driftwood Inn, Trail Avenue.  885-5811.  EflTINTAKEOUT  Emit I Gleans Drive kl - Take out, 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.  4  centre. Those linishing touches  make an empty building spring  lo life and it becomes a home.  Travel scams  You may hang up on a caller  because the offer has a phony  ring to it, but you can still be  nailed through the mail.  ll begins wilh a postcard or  letter stating: "You have been  specially selected to receive a  free trip" and then usually lists a  toll free telephone number to  phone so thai you get the  delails. Once you phone, you  are told you must join iheir travel club to be eligible for Ihe free  Irip, according to the fact sheet,  and sometimes a credit card  number is requested so thai your  account can be billed for the  membership fee.  If you do join, only then are  you sent information on Ihe holiday package with instructions  on how lo request reservations  for your prepaid irip. Wilh Ihe  instructions, however, there usually is a request for another fee  lo cover the cosl of making your  reservations.  It's a can't win proposition  and you'll probably never see  your free trip. Not only are new  charges being added al every  step along the way, but in all  likelihood your reservations  haven't even been made.  Listed here are some tips:  ��� The telephone salesperson  tells you that they need your  commitment right away or that  Garibaldi  unit  appoints  health  officer  The Coast Garibaldi Union  Board of Health has selected  Dr. Paul Alain Martiquet as the  new Medical Health Officer for  the Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit.. Dr. Martiquet received  his medical degree from McGill  University in 198S and then  went on to the University of  Toronto residency program at  Toronto General Hospital  where he focused on family and  community medicine.  For the past five years, Dr.  Martiquei's work experience  has ranged from participation in  a study investigating potentially  undesirable prescribing and  drug use in the elderly to an  evaluation of the needle  exchange program in the City  of Vancouver. Dr. Martiquet  was employed as the Associate  Medical Officer of Health with  the Region of Peel health  department in the Toronto area.  Dr. Martiquet is moving the  the Sunshine Coast to further  his practice, research and teaching interests in community  medicine.  'Never give  your credit card  information'  the special offer will not be  available tomorrow. Legitimate  businesses do not expect you lo  make an instant decision.  ��� The travel package is priced  very low. Few legitimate businesses can afford to give away  things of real value or to undercut substantially everyone else's  price.  ��� You are offered a package  thai costs from $50  to    $400.    This        amount is often in  the price range of  those planning holidays and makes the  numbers or any  fraudulent scheme    _,��,��� - ---���  appear to be rea    other personal  sonably    priced.  Everyone  thinks  aboul their "dream        ���  holiday" and Ihis makes one a  likely subject to be drawn inio a  scheme. While it is sometimes  difficult lo tell a legitimate sales  pilch from a fraudulent one,  Ihere are some things one can  do to protect yourself.  1. Find oul the exact limes  and dates of your package and  also what it covers. Check to see  if there are any additional  charges later and gel the names  of specific hotels, airlines and  other Ihings in Ihe package.  2. Before you agree lo buy  anything, gel all the information  in writing and make sure Ihe  written material confirms everything you were told on the  phone. Often, Ihe written mate  rials will disclose additional  conditions and costs.  3. Never give your credit  card numbers or any other personal information such as bank  account numbers to unsolicited  telephone salespeople.  4, Before buying any travel  package, check with various  government and private organizations to see if any complaints  have been lodged  against the travel  firm phoning you.  However, be aware  that    fraudulent  firms frequently  change their names  to avoid detection.  5. Always be  suspicious of Ihe  phone and  mail  'great deals' - they usually don't  exist.  7. Plan your 'dream holiday'  wilh a local Iravel agent. The  ones on the Coast are good.  They can help you plan your  advise you on any extra charges.  Christmas crafts  Virginia Ekdahl told me Ihe  crafts people are working, working and need all Ihe hands they  can get for the Christmas  bazaar. They recently finished  making table decorations for the  holidays. The crafts group meets  Thursdays al 9:.10am.  Phone Tillie al 885-2720 for  information regarding oil painting classes that resume on Sept.  2.1 at I pm.  The Coast's Emily Boggls, 6, showers a friendly goat with feed at  the '92 PNE Dairyland Petting Zoo, one of many free attractions  at the Exhibition Grounds In Vancouver open till Labour Day,  Sept. 7. photo submitted  COAST* NEWS  The Key lo Success.  |   Gibsons ��� 886-2622  Sechelt ��� 885-3930 leisure  Coast News, August 31, 1992  11  The Maori Dancers from New Zealand return with numerous other multi-national performance  groups lo the Raven's Cry Theatre for the Second Annual Indian Summer Festival of the Arts, Sept.  4, S, 6, and 7. file ph,,,,,  Second annual  Indian arts  festival set to go  Indian Summer Festival of  the Arts gets underway this  weekend with an exciling lineup  native groups from various cultures.  There will be Maori dancers,  the South African rhythm music  of Soul Survivers, and of  course, great North American  native music and dance with the  likes of David Campell and a  production from ihe Spirit Song  theatre Arts program called The  Shape Shifter.  The festival will nm Sept. 4  through 7 at Sechelt's Raven's  Cry Theatre for the Performing  Arts.  There will be matinee as well  as evening performances. Phone  885 4673 for tickets and additional information.  Educational television on Knowledge  Network promotes community discussion  I.caniing Circles bring a new dimension to educational television  in British Columbia Ihis fall. 1-ocal viewers of Ihe Knowledge Network are invited to do more than just watch the series 'Living and  Dying: The Human Journey' when it begins Oct. 8. They can use a  U-arnng Circle to discuss the issues with people in their own community.  "The aim of ihis series is to help us understand the emotions we  feel and the problems we face when confronted with death and  dying," says program manager Alexandra MacGregor in a press  release.  "We anticipate thai the programs will raise concerns and make  people want to talk to others aboul Iheir feelings. Learning Circles  will provide thai opportunity."  A Learning Circle can be made up of friends, family, co-workers  A Donna Balma drawing of  Mandad, part of a joint  exhibit now showing at the  Sunshine Coast Arts Centre.  or members of a local organization. The groups will meet and use the  television series and specially designed learning materials to explore  the issues raised.  "They might talk about their pain in grieving the loss of a loved  one, or explore the realities of caring for someone who has a life-  threatening illness," suggests MacGregor.  Learning Circles have already been organized in many communities, including Kelowna, Vancouver, Prince George and Nelson.  If you are interested in setting up a Learning Circle, contact Viewer Services at 431-3200 or toll free 1-800-663-1678. Get in touch  before Friday, Sept. 18 to ensure that you receive the information kit  in lime.  The Knowledge Network is Ihe educational television service of  the Open Learning Agency.  j*.  Find your Lamp a  Perfect Mate  Lot* of New Arrivals of  t        a. Ia   A  in Assorted Styles iir Colours  Isechelt Lighting/ASB  885*9417��5609Highway 101,Saxshelt ^"7*"  U-V*<t il 'h r3  Hilhl'n Went /'/Vs {-,  i^ht Ni/m/V.s.\vniltihh'  BingO cKt&tns I Closed Sundays 1  No General Meetings       CRIB STARTS  until September SEPTEMBER 3  3064 Lower Road ��� 886-9984  Member ol  ALLIED..  The Careful Movers  ST0RA  ��� 10,000 sq. ft. of heated, gov't approved storage.  ��� Dust-free storage in closed wooden pallets.  LEN WMY'S TRANSFER LTD.  Custom Packing, Storage, Local & Long Distance Moving  Pender Harbour Customers  HWY. 101, GIBSONS       Please CALL COLLECT IIS-2664  Coast Flies  is going fishing!  We will be closed  Friday, Sept. 4 to Friday, Sept. 18  Stock up now! Many  in-store items on sale  RE-OPENING SATURDAY, SEPT. 19  Coast Flies  SUNNYCREST MALL ��� GIBSONS  on tho arts boat  The Arts Centre will be  showing works by two local and  internationally exhibited artists  beginning Wednesday, Sept. 2.  Mandad and Balma are both  well known here.  Works from Mandad's  'Smash Art' series will be  installed at the centre of Ihe Iwo  gallery rooms, at Ihe focal point  of the gaze of Balma's portraits  of him. Mandad's work is  humorous but ironic, with the  shattered glass mantle on the  objects suggesting bolh self-  inflicted pain and repressed hostility.  The undercurrent of anger is  an emphatic counterpoint to the  pretty, superficial, glittering  reflections of coloured light as  the sculptures fire reflections  from their faceted surfaces.  Balma's portraits of Mandad  strive to reveal the complexities  of personality that are the source  for Mandad's charged, enigmatic work. Much of her own  strong personality pours forth in  the effort.  With this show the Arts Centre returns to winter hours:  Wednesday to Saturday, 11 am  lo 4 pm and Sundays I to 4 pm.  'Face to Face' can be seen until  Saturday, Sept. 19.  Don't Leave Home Without Thernt  Fall & Winter Vacation  Brochures Have Arrived  BOOK YOUR CHRISTMAS  VACATION NOW  Suncoast Agencies Travel Department  Sunnycrest Mall, Gibsons B86-9258  Notice Board  OnaioinR events musl be updated monthly  We reserve the right lo edit submissions for brevity  All submissions should refer to non-profit events of genuine communily Interest  Items will be listed three weeks prior lo the event.  WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2  Official Community Plan Mealing, 7:30pm at  Roberts Creek Community Hall  Sechelt Qardan Club regular meeting al  7:30pm at St. Hilda's Church Hall. Programme:  Failures and successes ot the summer garden.  TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8  Sunthlnt Coatt Home Support Socltty  Hotplct In-Servlct at 4:30pm In St. Mary's  Hospital boardroom. .  THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10  Hotplttl Auxiliary Stchelt Branch regular  monthly meeting at 1:30pm, St. Hilda's hall.  Chambtr Afttr Hourt sponsored by Mike  Shanks, 5-7pm at Pebbles Restaurant. No host  bar, complimentary hors d'oeuvres.  SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 12  Sechelt ind District Chamber ot Commerce  Dinner leaturing guest speaker Ehtel Blondln,  member ol parliament Irom the Northwest  Territories, introduced by MLA Gordon Wilson.  The dinner will be at Sechelt Legion #140.  Phone 885-3100 lor more Inio.  MISCELLANEOUS  Registration of Browniet, Guldet and  Pathtlndert: Sept 9. Roberts Creek Community  Use Room. 6:30-7:30; Sept. 8. Qlbsons United  Church Hall 6:30-7:30pm; Sept 14, Hallmoon  Bay School 3-4:30pm, Sept. 15. Pender  Harbour - St. Andrew's Church 7:30pm, Sechelt  St. Hilda's Church 7-8pm.  Stchtlt Karatt Club is accepting adult  students for Its fall session, starting September  21st. Beginners welcome. Experienced well-  qualified instruction. 1st week trtt. For more  info call 885-9273.  The Arthritlt Society. (B.C. and Yukon  Division) will be holding a Ihree-day workshop at  the Garibaldi Health Unit In Sechelt on Sept. 25,  26 and 27 Irom 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The  workshop will train persons to become leaders  of the Arthritis Self-Management Program - a  program which gives those with arthritis new  skills and knowledge allowing them to take a  more active role in their care. Participants need  no previous experience or medical knowledge. If  you would like to attend the three-day Iree  workshop, call Sheila Carlson at 8864124.  Ankylosing Spondylitis Self-Help Support  Group. II you or someone you love would like to  meel others with A.S. (a lorm of arthritis), please  join us. For Information please call Anne, 531-  8307.  '92 Orientation ttt to ttart at UBC. Heading to  UBC this fall? Gel to know all the Important  things with the help of Orientation '92. All first-  year students, their parents, and college transfer  students are Invited to attend. For more  information call 822-3733.  Tht Sunthlnt Cottt Voluntttr and  Information Centre only has a few community  directories left and would like to get rid ol them  before starting a new reprint In 1993. A special  price ol $3.00 has been put on the lew left. Call  885-5881 for more Information or to order.  Elphinstone Pioneer Museum Is open Monday  & Tuesday, 1-5pm. Displays are constantly  changing. There Is something ol interest for all  ages.Localed at 716 Winn Road. Visit the  Sunshine Coast's regional museum today.  Tht Inttr-Actlve Vldto Butlnttt Dltc  Program is now available at the Sunshine  Coast Business Development Centre, #205-  5710 Teredo Square, Info 885-1959.  NEW HOURS: Qlbtont tnd District Public  Library will now be open Tuesdays and  Wednesdays 9:30-2:30;Thursdays 2:30-7:30;  and Saturdays 9:30-2:30. For more information,  call 886-2130 38  Ltt't Pity Ping Pong Gibsons Table Tennis  Club starts on Sept. 15th & plays every Tuesday  7-10pm In the Elphinstone Secondary School  Cafeteria. Beginners welcome. Call Jim lor more  into. 886-2775.  MONDAYS  Breakaway Ptrtntt Support Group. Is your  child acting out? Using substances? Do you  need a loving, accepting, 12-step support  group? Join us al 7:30pm, 807 Kiwanis Way,  Gibsons. Call 886-2423. 39  Tht "Sunthlnt Chorlttert" are comencing  Iheir twentieth season on the coast. Practices  are held on Mondays at 7:00pm In St. Hilda's  Church, Sechelt, comencing Aug. 31. If you  enjoy singing please )oln us. For inlormation call  885-4405  St. Hilda's k St. Andrew't Youth Group every  Monday night. All young people welcome. Call  885-6036, for more Info. 32  Seniors' Branch 69, Ctrptt Bowling,  Mondays 1:30 pm. Exercltt wilh Joan Frembd  Mons. & Thursdays -11-12. 32  Ovtrtttert Anonymoua 7:30 pm. Holy Family  Church Hall., Sechell. Phone 885-2108 or 886-  4781 for details. 32  TUESDAYS  First Tuesday of every month, local art rental  (a sales at Sunshine Cottt Art Centre. Open  2-6pm. Colfee served. Original works by  Sunshine Coast artists tor sale or rent; any  donations ol unused frames gratefully accepted.  885-5412. 34  Qlbtont Tablt Ttnnit Club starts Sept. 15  and plays every Tuesday, 7-10 p.m. in the  Elphinstone Secondary School cafeteria. Join as  a member or play as a guest. Beginners always  welcome. Call Jim at 886-2775  THURSDAYS  Birth Control Clinic at Coast Garibaldi Health  Unit, 494 S. Fletcher. Gibsons Thursday Irom 7  to 9 pm. Everyone welcome, no appointment  necessary. 885-7770.  3C't Weight Lost Support Qroup meets  12:45-2:30pm, at the United Church,  Glassford Rd., Gibsons. Into: 886-7159.  FRIDAYS  Unlttd Church Thrift Shop in basement of  church off Truman Rd., open 1 to 3 pm.  Glbtont Pensioners Org Branch #38 Tai Chi  at 2:30 and cards at 7:00 pm tor seniors at  Harmony Hall every Friday. Into 886-9619 or  886-9000. 35  Shadow Baux Cappuccino Bar has "entertainment" every Friday evening for our customers'  pleasure!  SATURDAYS  Chapman Creek Hatchery Tourt, every  Saturday and Sunday, 10am to 4pm. Beginning  in September, weekly group tours by  appointment only. 4381 Parkway Rd. (off Field  Rd.) Wilson Creek. 885-4136  Youth Drop In Center. Grade 7 and up. Come  and go as you please. 5123 Davis Bay Road.  7:00 -11:00pm. 26  ��B�� AUTOMOTIVE  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  am  AUTO UPHOLSTERY  -Seals ��� Door Panala ��� H���dllrmrt ���  ��� Cantata ��� Vinyl root ��� Convetrtabma ���  K. Olsen 885-7072   MM  1 IH.:, C 185StKfw>n. BC  VOW 3LA0   r  M J.J. Vinyl Siding  valiii'.. I ASIA, Mitillrn.  l lli\K>IIHM.  3  lrrd( ocfen  WHcbmWrWim^ewmWm \  kalQtire  IJ ice sell it... uv gmmuttve it!  m\ ^aaal   BaaBBBBa^^^dM*^ SttaYflt^tf^ft at aaahfhfti^aBBBU  !S^a^aa>iK-Tta*ai**-*<.WMtM  fi  I'lmllf H8S (alM.S  HO Box ISM  .Sertoli, B.C.  VON W)J  VOU tOARO.  ILL TAPE,  READY TO PAINT  ALWAYS RELIAILE  DRYYa/ALL FIMf HER  BMB DRYWALL  Call alter 5 pm: Gorcty 8*5-5564  intk,,,,,,,!    AUTOMOTIVE      m.,,,,,,.  PARTS & SUPPLIES  A101 SUPPLY ltd  1061 Hwy. 101, Gibsons, B.C. 886-8101  Mon  Fli b-fc s.n H-h Sun  10-1  SECHELT RADIATORS ���  I Comfort. Cwitina System Service Center  S a  a   i  a  .  I  .   t   i  .  .���.���f���a���a-^-^���t^-  ��� Rajput fc Rcpkn R.i,iv Ilaattt Cora, * Om lank.  Al HIS TKl'CKS TRACTORS INDUSTRIAL MARINE  . r.ni\ k, i,mil . rii k up��. DtUvtn  a   a   a   a   a   a   a   a���a-^BBhaaaa^aa^^     a*���  4349 S.C. Ilwy. ' ' Mori   *���"  RENOVATIONS WEST  CONTRACTING  CUStom Building ��� RatmodfltUng * Framing  Foundations ��� HomcKi-pdirs i Oneral  lontrai ting ��� Small |obs Welcome  BS-0891 atrrrAOOpm  iiinii Sunshine i.M  885-7986  CONCRETE SERVICES  BUILDING CONTRACTORS  D&P Contracting  CONCRETE SPECIALISTS  PLACING & FINISHING  DENIS TURENNE  PAUL DESAUTELS  OFFICE: 8*5-14492  CEL: 351-4432  T.A.C.  Electrical & PhimMng  Residential ��� Commercial  Water Heaters ��� Electric Heat  Contiactora Lie No 664*  886-3344  If  you  were  iicluertisinc  hen?.  yon  "ti bi>  re��idinc|  .lllOIlt  yon  i stilt  - Anil S.11  \A/<  lllll  ���a     everybody el  st;         J  DIRECT  DRYWALL  SYSTEMS  Residential ��� Commercial  BOARD  sprav       886-8657  Oarald R. McConnall  (eel) 250-5073   STEELSruDS  T-BAB  CUSTOM CEILINGS  Ron Hovden  Icel) 644-5767  CONSTRUCTION  MrtrM'tnaVaf.'.  _ , ��� RnMf ntial &  tJ J Commercial Construction  * Rrttovalinns  ��� Additions  Laurie Lacovetsky ��� 885-2887  'Fastrac BACKHOE  SERVICE  ��� SEPTIC FIELDS  ��� DRAINAGE DITCHES  ��� EXCAVATIONS  ��� WATEH LINES  a CLEARING  Cat 411 4X4  Steve Jones    886-8269  s  Bit or Small We Do Them All  G & S DRYWALL  FREE ESTIMATES  For All Yom Drywall Needs  Please Call: 886-9204      J  Swanson's  Ready-Mix Lid.   I>i*-pati.h    ������ ���Actotinm.���-.      . Vtx  ���,  jw-jtji   I jM5-5333I [mm*]  3 Batch Plants on tne Sunshine Coasr  Gibsons Sechelt Pender Harbour  Boat 172. S4t7 Burnet Rd.. Sechelt  residential  Commercial  Auto Glass  Mirror walls  Brad   Clowers  Peninsula Glass  & Aluminum  706 Hwy. IOI, Gibsons 886 - 8580  24hr. Commercial Emergency 886-8414  f. MJUMLL CMTMlCIUf  All types oi concrttt work.  Sidewalks, driveways, slabs ��� smooth, broomed,  exposed aggregate finishing.  eWotk  :N  CRANE  RENTAL  SfCHELT PLANT  885-7180  Rttdy Mix Concrttt  Stnd ll Qrtvtl  C    CONCRETE  O  LTD'  HIVING IHI SLNSHIM COAST]  muS       GIB���S���LP,L;NT  curbs, ere 888-8174  ROOFING  Specializing in all types of  FREE      commercial & residential rooting  ESTIMATES  ROC <}n��7 HI worn I  OOO-atUOf eves guaranteed J  A ��� T ENTERPRISES: ConttrtMUtti ������nrleM  Serving trie Coesl Since 1985  ��� CUSTOM HOMES  ��� ADDITIONS  ��� RENOVATIONS  ���M-MS8  r. wono. iox m. niatoNt, i.e. von t vo  A  A Complete  Asphalt Service  FREE ESTIMATES  TRI-CITY PAVING LTD.  RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL  PLANT SITE PORPOISE BAY RD.  TELEPHONE 885-2726 SECHELT B.C.  ELECTRICAL SERVICES  Ashword Contracting  QUALITY HOME  BUILDING & IMPROVEMENTS  PLAN DESIGN & DRAFTING  For Eslimat��Calt steers...**  ^ Howard Athmott 000*0443 J  STILES ELECTRIC  Specializing In  Top quality work . Excellent references  Phona) 883-9286> <M 230-2987      Reg 17242  Unn i\ (m r mTTm bCT^m  ���free  estimates"  Bpaalaltaliu la .11  types ot reeling  m tdv.rtll..  In y.llow pagte  terenreet eentee cell  X.S. eiettnt  Larry Andsrion  For Professional & Courteous Service  IUI.I-inWHnwkM.1.    MI/MOM IN-��1M  MadtklPMt,IX.t*M2W     Haa.taa.mil  If  you  u\/i:r#:  iiflvurtis  R-��� **  lutre.  yoi  'Cl   III!  re.iclin<t  alllfl  ��� it  yourself  - Anil so  1A/OI  ��� lit  -.  _���_������  ��rv<nrylmcly trl*  .<*  *���  McCANN ELECTRIC  Residential, Commercial, Industrial  "Expat-tones Mak��w  *!��1P,��I����ne-��"     4M1 CAMERON TOAD  JOE McCANN MAMMA PARK, i.C.  Reg. 10131 VON MM Call SSa-MOl  EXCAVATING  HEATIMG  BRIAN NEWMAN EXCAVATING  Septic Fields .Back Filling  Drainage ��� Excavations  Water Lines'Rock Wans  Landscape Construction  ��� Roberts Creek Call: 886-397'.  LicensM & Hondni  P.4RKYN BAY CONTRACTING LTD.  F.B.WOODROW  Residential * Cm Installations ty Setvice  Ret: (604) 588-6707  or toll trtt pager: 1-979-4371  Propsn# ���  Natural Get  D & B CRANE RENTAL  Phone: 884-5266  Night: 885-7085  *  PROPANE INC.  ��� Auto Propane  . Appliances  ��� Quality B.B. O's  8852360  Hwy 101. across St  Irom Big Mac's. Sechell  'txtavallaft  ���BwMlllns       -Oralaaita  ��� Da>mtillllnn  'Iliads, ana'  ��� low Imp* 18 SH�� 11 anil  ���Rrlalnlnft  (imslrixlmn  Oniaiait  24 HOI'R  ����� 886*8538  mix iHi.  l^ scnvicc  ea. 220-8767  (iinsiiNs acj  HOME IMPROVMENTS  Mackenzie Excavating Ltd.  Land Clearing & Development  Cam Mackenzie ,,s  1'%,  886-3558  CELLULAR  240*6314    '���*'  War dig Me aunahlna Coett/  KR ENTERPRISES  ��� 4x4 Backhoe Service ���  ��� Screened Topsoil  ��� Single Axle Hauling  Kerry: 883-21S4  Trades People ��� Retailers  Let everyone on the coast know about the  products and services you have which can  make the job easy and get it done right.  BOOK YOUR SPACE NOW  in the Coast News Weekender  Fall Home Improvement and  Home Show Supplement  delivered Thursday, October 1st  to every address on the Sunshine Coast  SPACE IS LIMITED...  Artvortisintj deadline is noon Wrilnosil.ty  Septpmbcr 11,  ...SO CALL US TODAY!  Denise or Jean  885-3930  Bill or Simons  886-2622  STK EXCAVATING  AND ROAD BUILDING  ��� Land Clearing ��� Driveways  ��� Drainage ��� Landscaping  . Retaining Walls  ��� Sand & Gravels  ��� Septic Systems ��� etc.  Vitality a  Punctuality.  886-9020  Trucking    Bob Ourney  /IP Installation of:  / I ���TAMKO Fibreglass Roofing  /HI 'INDAL Metal Roofing and  /  l-u Cladding  JmtWS 'Wolverine and BP Vinyl Siding  wa^���? 'West Coast Solarium Systems  FREE ESTIMATES  CALL 883-9551,  or Van. toll free 669*2604  Alter hours call Fraser Murphy 883-9767  4&m  ,1  GENERAL CONTRACTORS  ��        h ,     RENOVATIONS WITH ^  WtlP/llC. A T0UCH 0F CLASS  0(y* ���**>   COMMERCIAL 4 RESIDENTIAL  IMPROfVER "Sa   Utt HAUA4QON BAY  If  i|ini wi-i f* ac|verti  lii"ri��, ycju'cl lit* r*?*nrlintj  .iImiiiI  yum -wi'll  ��� .mil so  Wfinlil **\ %-i i|liiiili| i*l*>-.t-!  ANDERSON  ROOFING  SHAKES  "COMMWPnCES"  ��  CONTOUR  Quality Supply & Installation  Ceramic Tile, Carpet & Blinds  V SHOWROOM 651 HWY. 101-GIBSONS- CC. ��� PH/FAXl886-3191/  CENTURY ROCK N  885-5910  Furniture  a\tII*stori  Highway 101, Box 2549, Sechelt, B.C. VON 3A0  Telephone (604) 885-5756 ��� Fax (604] 885-2756        J  Rock Will  r    -n.a��*��aV  f7Mm\     POMFRET  -^��^^OI��STRL)CTIOI\l  Selective Land Clearing ��� Oeslgn Consulting  SUNSHINE KITCHENS  ' KITCHENS a BATHROOMS ���  Cellular 0*44007  PRECISE PAINTING Sc PLASTER  ��� Complete Cutlora Painting  ��� Stucco  ��� AB PhaaaaorDrywal  ���Journeyman Workmamhip  PETK J. SUGARS  CutkmCaiblnata  Kitchens ��� Bathrooms ��� Mlllwork  shop 886-861S    ���>    res. 886-2231  Furnaces. Fireplaces. Hot Water Tanks.  QUALIFIED DEALER ��� NATURAL GAS INSTALLATIONS  Call NOW 116-7111  Showroom: V) Panne Rd. Alisons        ^  V.  /BRIANS ROOFING & ATTIC VENTILATION^  KaoofMO ���PECuu.ran ��� luk ma>��na  'LOMANCO' WMIRLYeWD ATTIC VENTt  * KEEPS YOUR HOVE COOL IN SUMMER  ��� PREVENTS CONDENSATION IN WWTER  BBS LICENSED i INSURED ��� FREE ESTIMATES  SERVING THE SUNSHINE COAST  1865-44661  Sechelt Fire Place LtcL  Gas ���Pellet'Wood RjjF  Complete Soles A Installations  Showroom open: Tues - Sat  5631 Wharf Rd 885-7171  ��� f you mere ndvertisinij ln.-nr  you'll be If.iaiiiiii  .ilitaaat  yoursf-lf - And so tn/oul<l  a.'t/ari yltataly  Itlsi;  ^.  _-s=r ^tcat-Ta^cs -zi^sijr ������_--- Figure skating glides into new season  by Marcie White  While most of us have been enjoying the  sunshine and beaches, a few dedicated  slaters from the Sunshine Coast Figure Skating Club have spent many hours skating in  icy arenas off ihe coasl.  Colleen Norton skated with the aXrbutus  Club in Vancouver. She attained her 5th Figure and her Rocker dance, in the Junior Silver Dance category, in tests at the completion of her summer session.  Genevieve Gelinas and Lee-Anne Sheel  attended summer classes with the Vancouver  Club al the Karen Magnussen Arena in  North Vancouver. Sheel passed her 5th Figure and completed her fourth of the four  Senior Silver dances, the Paso Doble dance,  in tests this pasl weekend. Sheel also participated in tbe Summer Provincial Competition  at the Sunset Arena where she attained a  commendable seventh place at Ihe pre-  novice level.  Ussy Damey was only able to get in one  week of summer skating before a serious  break to her arm, while water skiing, put an  end to her favourite sport for a time. We  trust it is on the mend now and that she will  be ready to skate again soon.  Brittany Decker skated in the Okanagan  with the Kelowna Skating Club this summer  and she did achieve some goals, however her  results are currently unavailable.  Coming This Season.  All the younger skaters in the Canskale  program will have the opportunity of skating  twice a week, 45 minutes on Mondays and  one hour on Wednesdays. More ice and lesson time should lend to quicker advancement  and more enjoyment for the skater.  Wednesday mornings from 9:30 -  10:30am a Canskate program will be  offered, depending on enrollment, for  preschool children with an adult. For one  price both can skate wiih instruction given to  the child.  Precision skating will be offered once  again and the club is hoping thai increased  enrollment will allow for the formation of  both a junior and a senior team this year.  Precision is a good format for younger  skaters to enter the competitive field.  by Rudy Notil  From the mail bag: Dear R.N. I am a good bridge player but the  other night, after an unfortunate lead, I was consoled by my partner  "Never mind, you can always take up dominoes." What should I do?  My reply: 1 need to know first what you'd lead from double 6,4:1  and 2:3.  Sunshine Coast Bridge Club winners on August 12 were: first, Pat  Ashby and Doris Housley; second, Shirley Huggins and BJ. Miller;  followed by Ruth Risto and Geoff Fetterley and Marilynn Lyons with  Tom Wood.  Winners August 17 were: first, Pat Ashby and Doris Housley; second, B.J. Miller and George Jacobs; followed by Tom Wood and  Marilynn Lyons and Marjorie Paterson with Gwenda Thain.  The beginner and intermediate bridge group lessons will start in  September. To register call 885-5552.  ACBL contest was fust, Pat Ashby; second, Jean Coyle and third  BJ. Miller.  ���niwiSM  SPORTS  CASSETTE  RECORDER  SONY OF CANADA LTD.  AVAILABLE AT  Adventure ELECTRONICS  SUNNYCREST MALL, GIBSONS ��� 886-7215  Coast labour council trophy  up for grabs in tug-of-war  Sunshine Coast Fall Fair  organizers .ire encouraging tug-  of-war teams to compete for the  Sunshine Coast Labour Council  trophy. This was won by the  minor hockey  Lighthouse Pub last year The  event will take place at Dougal  Park, Gibsons at noon Sept. 12,  as part of the Fall Fair activities.  Call 886-9058 to register.  Are you a young hockey fan? If so, exciting volunteer  opportunities await you.  The Sunshine Coast Minor Hockey Association is looking for referees and linesmen for the upcoming fall season. You must be 12  years old and be able to ice skate.  You will be working at the Sechelt Arena on either a scheduled  basis or on an on-call basis. A small honorarium is paid each game.  All volunteers will be required to attend an all day training session on  Sept. 26. This is a great way to be in-volved with everyone's favourite Canadian sport and develop important job skills.  Call the Volunteer and Information Centre for more information at  885-5881.  If you viM'ir nclvertisinc] li��-i  you ii ijt; rt*;ic1incj .ukmh  yourself - And so uvoiiltl  i:\zciylincly ��mlsi:  INSULATION  Q  m  BOTflLCDnOW  ��� Batt 0 Blown ��� Commarcial ���  ' Raitdantlal ��� New k Exiitlng ���  886-8741  COnRELLS MARINE SERVICE  Thi Sunshine  Coast's Evinrude  Dealer  fBAWniMG:  THE AU NEW  SPITFIRE SERIES \  LANDSCAPING  S & G TREE SERVICE  i  Topping ��� Trimming "Pruning ��� Brush Chlppar  Danger Traa Removal  Bonded and Insured * 20 Years Experience  885-3897  ��� Sail Walei Ucencei _  . Mnlel & Campsites ��� Walei Taxi ���.,���,��,,  . Maiine Repaiis       ��� lt:e *. Tackle OOS-liW J  MISCELLANEOUS SERVICES  \ Landscaping Ltd.  Complete Maintenance  'Garden Recreation  * Retaining Walls ��� Pruning  Rick 885-7248     Pat 885-0930  MARINE SERVICES  UTHERLAND  .SALES * 'frRVICE LTD.���  BOX 342 Madeira Park, B.C. VON "HO H3-1119 MHri  MM eaavi IMMBat  YANMAR  tOATTtVULEM  Magnacharfe Batteries  STIHL  Chainsaws & Trimmers  wmmm  731 North IM., Qlbtont 686-8912  r���-     ,,,,,,,  If yuu  imrii  1  s .iilurili'.imi hurt;,  you'll   111  ��� rf>;icliiif| .tboiit  yourself  - And so would  uvc  yhoily else  ��  wccaneer  tMar|na ty resort Ltd  Located m Secrel Cove 8B5-7B88  MARINE SPECIALISTS 21 years  PARTS - SALES - SEHVICE -REPAIRS  K 4 C Thirmoglass t.mmm V^W  Cobn Boils now   "���      "��� >-*-*.-.  In-Stock  l,M=<;WiJ:if  "outboards  GIBSONS MOBILE SAW SERVICE)  "ling .    .   \  iB6amS       a^AtM  Custom Cutting ��� Planing  Bevel Siding - Posls &  Chrit Ntpptr 888-3468  R.RJ4, SS, C78,  ^glbtont, B.C. VON 1V0  s  GIBSONS: 886-0225   SECHELT: 885-6422  % Pm tj %*i, 6a Site %*M*t*t*t  Sport Catch  o/Rockfish  reduced  to protect  Georgia  Strait stocks  The daily sportftshing combined catch limit for rockfish  and sculpins in the waters  between Vancouver Island and  the BC mainland has been  reduced from eight to five, the  Department of Fisheries and  Oceans has announced.  Reduced bag limits for  anglers, in concert with the  introduction this season of  licence limitation and restricted  catches for commercial fishers,  are intended to ease fishing  pressure and help conserve  threatened rockfish stocks.  This announcement follows  consultation with the Sport  Fishing Advisory Board.  Rockfish, belonging to the  family Sebastes, are of a long-  lived (as much as 100 years) |  and sedentary species.  Some 40 different members  of the family, such as Yellow-  eye, Canary, and Silvergrey  rockfish inhabit British  Columbia waters and are prized  by anglers and divers.  Within Ihe Strait of Georgia,  rockfish are harvested live by  commercial hook and line fishers, primarily for the restaurant  trade.  Other conservation measures, including the establishment of sanctuary areas where  no fishing will be allowed and  attempts to transplant rockfish  to reefs that have subjected to  heavy fishing pressure, are  being examined to ensure proper protection for rockfish  stocks.  YES WE HAVE  NEWSPRINT ROLL ENDS  Various sizes tor $5 and $10 al our  Gibsons and Sechelt offices.  WEJliNbERJ  K.J.vtftoVl*  (Dr. "Waiter Qurtnict  WISHES TO ANNOUNCE THE  RELOCATION OF HIS PRACTICE  TO HIS NEW OFFICE  AT  5555 SUNSHINE COAST HIGHWAY  OPENING SEPT 1st 1992  FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL  885-2384  ACROSS FROM ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL IN THE HOUSE Of HEWHIWUS  TERMINAL  Forest Products Ltd.  LOG  BUYING  STATION  CEDAR-RR-HEMLOCK  886-7033  iSS g 5^fe IF"15     ���"S-f*j*a ja   Sa^****; gg      gj**-W  r^��S ,-***"Ji.  MON TIME HT. FT.  31  MO  2:30  8:45  2:30  8:30  4.6  13.7  7.4  15.2  FRI TIME HT. FT.  6:00  2:05  6:50  11:15  4.5  13.3  11.5  12.8  TUES TIME HT.FT.  3:15  9:50  3:15  9:05  4.1  13.4  14.8  SAT TIME HT. FT.  7:05      4.7  5    3:20    13.6  SA   8:35    11.4  WED TIME HT. FT.  THURSTIME HT.FT  4:10 4.0  .   2 11:05 13.2  WE    4:20 10.0  9:40 14.3  SUN TIME HT. FT.  12:20 12.2  6    8:15 4.8  SU   4:10 13.9  9:50 10.9 l'  5:05 4.2  3 12:30 13.1  TH   5:20 11.0  10:25 13.6  Paclfic Standard Time  me 7 mm. l�� aaaeli tt. et tee.  Tide Tables Courtesy nf  CLIP & SAVE  jO bcfgrrigs   Schedule  'ANCOUVEH - SECHELT PENINSULA  HORSESHOE BAY -LANGDALE  Leeve Longdate Leave Horseshoe Bay  EARLS COVE - SALTERY BAY  6:20 am 4:30 pm  8:30 6:30  10:30 8:20 M  12:25 pmM 10:10*  2:30  7:30 am  9:30 M  11:30  1:15 pm  3:30  5:30 pm  7:25 M  9:15  11:00*  Leave Earia Cove  6:40 am       4:30 pm  8:20 6:30  10:30 8:30  12:25 pmM   10:20 M  :30 Hevera-klin  Leave Saltery Bay  5:45 am    3:30 pm  7:35  9:30 M  11:30  1:30 pm  5:30 M  7:30  9:20  Your mainland connection.  Service is our business.  885-6102  ���  669-8238 (toil free) 14  Coast News, August Jl, twi  Take Advtantttge cafour Neat' Classified Ati Special  Rum yottr classified ad 6 times,  and pay for- only 2 times!  Coast News (Monday)  Classified Deadline:  Noon Friday  Gibsons &  Sechelt Offices  SAVETMOUSANOS  Fot sale by builder, brand new  strata ur��t. one-nan of two-family  noma. 3 bdrm.. 2 bants, garage 5  carport, huge sundeck. well  designed arte butt. Available not)  tor $124,000. Phone B86-8859  eves iJ6W  tM.NO lor quick tale! Small  tan bedroom bouse by owner,  (S4 Go.er Point Road. M<-  4740. ajJcn  Lol ti Marble Road. Wilson  Creek 65'anB-. J4T.500 Call  tiler 4'OOpm 8US-J452     aJ6cn  Nobatta Creek Raditcad!  1/2 Acre  Pnvale forest, ocean swe of hwy..  2 bdrm pkis stuov 5 appl includ-  td No agents $179,000 865-  7981 M6w  OuMvcawdntmbofflal  On acreage in Roberts Creek  Exiting house, barn t workshop  $229,000 For into call Htlde I -298-  5215. Sutton Group Eicel s36w  Bulkfyout dream home!  Lot 74. Cooper Rd.. Haltmoon Bay  S3 k 245. treed - wonderful neighborhood Only $49,000' Mary  Sutherland 736-3441. Canada  Trust Realty. #36w  Attention developers or entte-  peneurs Million dollar ocean view,  one acre, revenue properly zoned  C2. tourist/commercial with  approx 9.000 sq II buildings  iccaleo 3 hours Irom Vancouver in  beautiful Pender Harbour.  $450,000 By owner 604-883-  9676. s36cn  Roberls Creek - charming restored  1940 2 bdrm home on 2 acres,  1450 sq fl. Original wood floors *  trim English/Japanese garden,  yea' round creek Privacy, partial  ocean view $229,000. Mo agents  886-7413. ��36cn  GREAT VIEW LOT  Central Gibsons, quel cul-de-sac.  underground services, sewer.  backs on greenbert. ready lo build.  $70,000 886-8859 eves    S36W  1     Homes &  Property  EKtuient view lot Bottom ol Hill-  crest Rd. 866-2751. No agents  ���35w  Choice view lot with excel building  site cieared and dnveway. Wesl  Porpoise Bay $68,000 865-2105.  ���35w  By owner. YMCA Rd.. Langdale.  roomy 2bdrm with linished basement Large lot and quality area.  $129,000 866-9290 ss  ANDERSON REALTY  FREE  CATALOGUE  5606 Cowne St , Boa 1219  SaKhelt. BC . VON 3AO  eta-mi fax aes-zaae  Van Toll Fri  Location, Location, Location  In The Heart of Sechelt  New, 1,400 eq. fl. 3 bedroom, 9 full bath. Custom oak  kitchen with nook. Separata diniruj room O living room.  400eq. II. of insulated, heeled O Unfilled faraaa. On tarwer  a% fee. Wired for security system. Low maintenance deeiffn.  AekiM IIM.OOO or trads.NO OCT SM-2330  CLASSIFICATIONS  1.    Homs ��� Propwly  ^7T\  1   OMha  4,   It Maa*aa*a*tam  1.    Thank You  RRFAT1  S.           PfJfaWMH  uncHi i  7i     AfinoUIWaMMHl  s.    RecttMtlon  w.     WSOOInMs e  vDEA/  Cnt*^0>l>*f0(wTt**Hn4  10. Lord  11. Found  11 Pats i Livestock  11. Huale  Sa^aB^aBH  14. Travel  ^s  fSb   WWIlwW  a||   0  It. Free  17. Qaraejatalae  m  It. Barter t Trad*  M.  In ���no BfookfM 1  It. Atpasncss  11.  ForHoirt  M. FumDUf*  M.  CofnniMCwi lor Hwil  ti. For tale  M.  CiitiillliliiHiil  fl* H#>vy C^UwpflWfH,  tat. Hals Wasted  n. Avtot  M.  BlMMMB OHO HOfM  M. Tracks  SotvIom  mWe   GOtTapOfw  *aS.  Wot* Want-ad  ma*   WawTlnfJ  ��T.  ChHdCom  ���7.   HOMW nOffiM  M.  Buabwaa OpportunMot  ���8, HotofcyciM  M.  UffSl  IS.   WMtatM lO HOfll  40.  TooUlotoCtoootTy  S^l'Sava  At any of our convenient  Friendly  People Places  In Pender Harbour  MARINA PHARMACY 813-2818  AC BUILDING SUPPLIES 883-9531  In Halfmoon Bay  B*J STORE 883-9433  In Davis Bay  PENINSULA MARKET 883-9721  In Roberts Creek  ROBERTS CREEK GENERAL STORE 883-3400  DEADLINE IS 3:00 PM THURSDAY  In Sechelt  THE COAST NEWS  3321 Cowrie Street 883-3930       a  In Gibsons   '-  THE COAST NEWS  (behind Docksidc Pharmacy) 886-2622  DEADLINE IS NOON FRIDAY  Davis Bay . Outstanding view lot  on Bluegrouse Road, backs onto  tree tarm Seplic approved  $79,000.886-2188. S35cn  Warned: Small 2 bdrm older home.  Quiet localion No mobiles Cash,  principals only. Message 462-  9864. ��35tv  Lasqutli Island 20 acre organic,  homestead, girdens. orchard,  1400 sq. fl. home $135,000.  Phone 474-5935 H  Large Lot in Selma Park. 3 bdrm, 2  both, 2 f/p, t in-law tuitt.  $145,000 885-5489 evenings.2 V2  ���crt serviced lot lor sile, near  Stcrtt Cove. 2244180.       36w  ' acre lol Lohn Rd, Redrooffs,  xtrolled subdivision, $49.500.1-  .28-9680. ss  Central Gibsons. Marina & Mnm.  view, charming 2 bedroom house  with spacious deck. Newly redone  ground floor, suite also w/manna  view, $135,000.351-0540. I36W  ^^minmlOm  NAIIONM IIA1 ISUIt HSVICI  Real Estate, Retirement,  Relocation, I am back  at your service.  J. R. Oim) Munro,  s mGtoOe886-2277 ^  Porpoise Bay, beautilul bay view,  50' from beach, 2 years old, spacious bright 3 bdrm. house., corner  lot, $139,900.351 -0540.    S36W  BUY THIS  HUGE VIEW LOT  100 It* 100 It  Together with the ad|acent, 1140  sq. fl. 2 bdrm. view home, updated  kl t bthrm. al 496 Elphinstone,  jranthams Ldg. these side by side  properties are packaged priced al  $275,000. For complete details  please call Mr. Lohn Campbell al  Campbell-Sage Realty 926-5500  24 hrs. (M.L.S.) ��36W  4 bdrm, 2000 sq. It. unique home  on a pnvate 1/3 acre lot Post 4  beam oe. floors throughout. 6 mtn  walk Irom beach 6 downtown  Robeits Cteek. $175,000 By  owner 886-9390. ss  For Sale by owner ��� Veterans Rd.,  1240 sq. It. 3 or 4 bdrm rancher,  large lenced yard, close to Gibsons Asking $129,900 886-2785  ot message 886-7012.     ss  Watertronl, Redroolts. 1.6 a with  beautilul Merry Island view Tiood  access lo beach and boathouse.  This well treed lot has a single  wide mobile home and near new  out-building designed for a guest  house Geo-Tech report and blueprints available for construction ol  a permanent residence. No a gents  please $185,000. Phone B85-  7778. ��37cn  New Craftsman/Owner built compact 5 bdrm. 2 bath home on pnvate sunny 1 acre in Pende' Harboui Solid pane doors and kilchen.  Completion approx. 5 weeks,  $178,000 before carpets (No  GST') 883-2682.       S37cn  Newly finished cedar home on 6  acres, Redrooffs area, 3 bdrm. 1  1/2 baths, skylights, vaulted ceilings, wood trim throughout, decks,  1500 sq. fl. Pnvate, bright natural  setting. $185,000.885-7492.��37cn  For Slit by Owner. 4 bedioom  near new basement home In Gibsons, large master bedroom, double girage. 886-3028. Ask lor  Robert. $189,000.     #37cn  SehoolDlstriciMO-  Children's Osolr  O toceprin j new rneaTabtrs  AuditiomWednesday.  Sepl 9 htm 6 to 8 ma al  Wt&Sachelt School For  more information, call   mm*   Notice ol Annual Matting, Sunshine Coatt French Education  Society. To members ol  S.C.F.E.S. fake notice that the  annual general meeting ol Ihe  members of S.C.F.E.S. will be held  al Camp Douglas. Margaret Rd.  Roberts Creek. BC. Tuesday Sept.  15. 1992 at 7:30pm. bated al the  City ot Sechell in the province ot  British Columbia this 7th day ot  August, 1992. By order ot the  board ot directors.     *36cn  Come and take a stroll Ihrough  Dahlias Galore over 350 varieties  in bloom. Taking orders tor Spring.  Top ol Selma Park Rd. Don 1  Monty Shtnn. 885-9620.l36cn  Gen's Electrolux - serving the Sunshine Coasl lor 14 years. Buy local  for local service ill PNE prices  available right hart it home. 866-  4776.1507 Rod Rotd, Glbtont.  Re-tari ��� tor any info or if anyone  has seen someone taking my 5  gallon metal gas can irom my  boal Aug. 15 al the Govt dock.  Bergkot. 885-5523. ��5cn  4 Year old Malemute. neutered,  MkklepoaiTt area. Wearing flea collar. 883-9471. cellular 250-7299.  I35cn  Black un-neutered male with white  markings on tummy and chin,  socks on all paws. Comes lo  Buddy. Wilson Creek. Field Rd.  area. Missing since Aug. 17,  maybe got into someone's car tor  a nap. Please call 885-2246.i3Scn  Approi Sat., Aug 22 between  Rbts. Ck., Gibsons and Wilson  Creek, 16 karat gold rope chain  bracelet Please call 886-3847.  ���35cn  Adam McBride's family withes to  express thanks to everyone who  helped so kindly. All of you made it  easier for us to pipe him proudly  away. What lovely memories  you've all given us to cherish, as  we cherished him! Farewell to the  dearest Princess Pat of them all.  ��35cn  Thank you very much to the person thai found our ID in the bushes by Camp Byng and returned  them to the RCMP. From Stella  and daughter Mary.        ��35W  THINKING  OF SELLING  '10001 he* at it at buying or.  houses llooketilunttfsnqoeoole  admtt aM tf��x wart out ol a*.  NO QUISTION AtOUT IT"  CALL  KEN SHIARSMITH  6854277  sawNSmaunriax:.  S710THtOOST KCHtlT  W5-5M0  Personal Counselling  Specializing in eating disorders,  depression, Mary Pinniger MA  R.C.C. 8854667. #35w  Retired teacher looking for a travel  companion lor cruises. Reply to  Box 1042, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  ��35cn  It's magic - it's easy - it works. The  diet pill of the 21st Century.  Increases energy - bums tat - eliminates appetite immediately. It's  affordable - only $59.95 incl. GST.  People all over town are talking  about this product. All natural Chinese Manchurian herbs - no chemicals. Call 666-9697.  #37W  Are you a woman in an unhappy  relationship, d.o you need to talk?  Call the Sunshine Coast Transition  House for confidential 24 hr. service. 885-2944. TFN  Individual, Couples 8 Family  Counselling. Sliding Scale available. Jan Michael Sherman. 885-  6166. TFN  Industrial First Aid, Sept. 14-28  Special rates lor union members  and volunteers (P.E.P. V.F.D.)  $275. Reg. tuition $400, weekend  classes avail. 883-9699. Gibsons  M.C. accepted.  #36cn  For Better Heetlh and Well-being  Therapeutic body work combining  Esalen 8 Swedish, Reiki and craniosacral. Usha 886-2750135w  BROOKS & MILLER  FLOOR COVERINGS LTD.  Benjamin Moore Paints  Environment  Friendly Paints    ^' \  In All *y .���  Colours Ol   ���     ,  '.';>vy  Tne Ratnbo*.   af    ' '/���,  Jnelodlnt Otnn \\     ). if  Bill Wood _  SECHELT .UL  A  Bus 885*2923  Res. 885-5058  SECHELT KARATE CLUB is  accepting adull sludenis lor it's fall  session, starting September 21st.  Beginners welcome. Experienced,  well-qualified instruction, with  emphasis on safety, fitness, and  excellence ol technique. 1st week  Free! For more inlormation call  885-9273. ��36cn  m  Girl Guides  of Canada  There's always service with a smile when you-  place your classifieds at B4J Store, our  Friendly People Place in Halfmoon Bay.  Wanted ��� 1 to 3 acres or older  home on acreage in Redrooffs to  Haltmoon Bay area. 1-947-2630  I37CN  Wanted 10 buy - 2.5 to 5 acres.  Creek, southern exposure, private  site. Also interested in group  investment for agricultural and  health cenlre project. $50,000  max. 886-0123 I35cn  3 bdrm. home, sunroom, family  room, decks out back. Nice lot,  well maintained, Bay area.  $155,000,685-3537.        I35W  46'x 330'of pnme low bank waterfront in Gibsons Harbour near  Gibsons Marina. House needs  repair but could be fixed up for  recreational or rental use. Property zoned Tourist Commercial (C-  2). Double garage plus storage  shed. $189,500. Phone Jennifer  1-689-7070. ss  BARK  MULCH  by container  load  886-7033  PANTHER DIVISION  Fall registration dates lor Brownies, Guides, Pathfinders and  Senior Branches. Sept 8. Gibsons  United Church Hall -6:X-7:30pm,  Sepl. 9 Roberls Creek Community  Use Room 6:3C-7:30pm. Sept. 14,  Halfmoon Bay School ��� 3-4:30pm,  Sept. 15 Sechelt, St. Hilda's  Church 7-epm. Sept. 15 Pender  Harbour/ St. Andrews Church -  7:30pm. For further information  011866-2038. 36cn  FOR ataUaf BY OWNER  CofTWluwrwn ojo rM ���  Lsottaa Ik ��� tammt mm/1  hue rr rat  Large custom designed 4 bedroom  2 1/2 bath home on tuHy  landscaped double lot Very private'  West SechekAVahefield Road  C tose to transit.  Auk��� S169.500  aa��-7����2  PSYCHIC READINGS  For appointment call Kalawna.  686-2366. I35cn  A car tull ol stars to Wert's Garage  lor a perfect job on my car. Frank.  #35cn  Astrology with Jill Kirby. Classes  start Sept. 16. Register 886-7930.  ���36cn  Hardman Photography 686-0088  In Business Since 1965' Specially:  Commercial Product, Fine Art,  Weddings and Children.    ��37W  Thumbs Down' For the people that  thrive on the other peoples misfortune by destroying vehicles and  houses and stealing their properties. ��35W  New Bravo Dance Academy. Tap,  jazz S ballet classes. Call Jill at  866-3324. I37cn  We buy beer bottles and beer  cans, paying 80 t/doz. 886-8039.  TFN  ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS  865-7883,24 hour line. TFN  LOO ENDS  by container  load  888-7033  Watkins finest quality products.  686-7041. "35w  Enroll now for Oct. Rainbow  Preschool, Roberts Creek Joyce.  13601  Lib Border Collie? Puppy lound,  Gibsons, Government Whirl.  Wed. Aug. 19. Black with while  chin ind chest, lemale. Red collar.  886-7599 days, 885-8653  evenings. ��35cn  16 ft. ctnoiTuwintk, 8854506.  ���3501  Free acreage in Roberts Creek  preferably with dnlled well. 886-  8218. I36cn  Family type safe canoe, good  cond.. reasonable price. 885-6300.  I37W  Anyone having recordings ol country singer, Freddie Han. please call  Annette, 886-2796.    I37W  Used exterior trench style door.  32x80. Also Iroren blackbernes.  886-7424. I36cn  Fridge, approx 64' high x X' wide  Cunams to cover 84'x80'. 885-  4503. S35cn  Green or pink depression glass  686-2751. i35w  Commuter desires nde week days  to downtown Vancouver trom  Roberts Creek, first lerry 885-  3310. ��35cn  Top $ paid lor military items.  Rites, bayonets, badges, medals.  866-7591. I37cn  Road ricing quality bike frame,  size 61cm or 24'. Days 686-8755  Evenings 686-9667 Ask tor Roger.  TFNs  Httvy Duty Shelving. 865-3930,9-  SpnT.Pat>itiirobltpilet.TFN  SPCA his I large numctr of big  htilthy house Mil obviously  belonging to somtont ind not  clilmtd. II your cat Ii mining  patasa comt to tht absent Am-  mil Hospital betwttn 2-4pm.  weekdays, 10-12 Salurdays ind  ill II it Is here. Rignttibly,  unltss clilmtd we will hive no  alternative but to put them to  sleep. Your beloved pet may be  one of them. Cits ��� mile, older,  orange tabby, declawed; female,  young lortoiseshell; female, black  4 white (2); lemale, tabby with  orange marks; female, pale calico,  1 year, friendly, loud purr; male,  onnge, 1 yeai, neutered, people  cit; milt, dirk tabby, big cat,  neutered, vary mtllow; ferrule  tabby, 1 year (3); milt, grey t  white, young cat, Iriendly; milt  tibby, young, good with kidt;  majt, block a white, very tfltction-  ill. Thty ctnl find you, please  cc-w and look here lor trajrrv��37w  2 yr old, pure bred, male German  Shepard, black markings, obedience trained, non-spayed, has all  shots. Exceptionally good with children, chickens etc. Only to good  home. 886-7655. I37cn  Black female, Persian manx,  spayed, about 5 yrs, needs home  without bogs or kids 885-3464.  ��37cn  Sharps! pups and dogs. 686-8571.  13601  Dwad bunnies for sale. 5 weeks  old. Rolweiler lab cross lo give  away. 886-8333.      #35cn  SPCA SPAYING PROGRAM  Contact Then i Now Furniture,  699 Highway 101, Gibsons. 886-  4716or Marlee Fashions.  NC  Help reduce the pet over-population problem ��� spay or neuter your  pat. NC  Purebred Angora bunnies; ass't  colours; excellent stock; papers  extra. 88O0909 Leslie.��36W  Arctic Wdl-Maksmute pups, white,  parents can be seen. $400-3500.  685-9675. SS  Mary Kay products. Full line ol  skin, hair ind nail care, and  mtognes. Call Ellory at 886-7803.  I36HI  Does someone in your family have  a drinking problem? Call Al-Anon  886-9903, 865-7484, 886-9059.  Ai-Ateen 666-2565.       NC  Adult children of Alcoholics or dis-  functional families please call 886-  3649 or 8854622 for help.NC  COASTLINES MOBILE MUSIC  Music lor all occasions. Phone  884-5430 I37W  Suzuki Violin or FlddH Instruction. Register now lor fall. Phone  885-9224 Of 885-5539.     ��37cn  Hepburn Brothers, London beautiful inlaid rosewood antique uptight  piano circa 1900. $1100. 885-  7475. i36cn  PROFESSWNALMlrSIC  TEACHER  Acctpting students of ill ages  Voice, Classical, operatic, musical  theitre ind popular. Piano md  keyboard. 685-5552        *36cn  PIANO TUNING  For service and repair call Sunshine Piano. 885-3166.    I36cn  Yamaha PSR 36 keyboard with  rrWi interlace and percussion system. Cell Laura, 885-1975 for info.  I36cn  Piano tuning and service. Also  piano tor sale. 863-2329.  *36cn  Free Home Delivery  of Farm Fresh Milk  and Dairy Products  ANYWHERE on the  Sunshine Coast.  ILbottla  $1.19 e  CallJohn*^  ���the  UDDER  QUY"  885-5577  Leam to scuba  instructors. Full  Seaspod Scuba.  dive. Professional  Par* Cerfficatior,.  685-9630  TFN  Desk with drawers in reasonable  edition. Cheap! Call 886-3620.  I37w  Mature woman student seeks a  ride to Capilano College, Vancou-  ver. Fall term Cottiy, 8864)959.  highland dance instructor needed  tor 7 year ok) daughter. Pieesecall  865-3676. #37w  28' airtight woodbummg fireplace  insert. 'The Hearthheater' $300  886-2417. ��37w  At Molly's  Reach. Tuts t Wads.  142 Sapt  Restaurant Equip.  plus chair, labia, dishes, cutlery.  etc  I35cn.  Pottery Sale - 812 Fisher Rd.  Granthams Log. Sept 5-6.10-3pm.  I35w  Sat., Sept. 5,10-2, moving: good  buys. 6115 Redrooffs Road.��35cn  Moving: Furniture, elec. organ,  quadraphone, 4 speakers, etc. corner Mason and Jasper, Sechelt.  885-7676. ��35cn  18 BnrtcrATracle  Have a twin-size box spring, as  new, lo trade. Would like a 3/4 Oze  one in as goad condition as possible. Will pay some cash, depending on condition. Alice 886-7774.  13501  Will swap large freezer lor small  apart, size Ireezer. Must be in  good cond. 885-6289. ��37cn  Will buy used dr non-working  major appliances. Phone Bjorn.  885-7897. I36cn  30 white KaMnator, window door,  $125,886-3714.        I36W  Re-condilioned major appliances.  Call Bjorn. 665-7897  13601  Chesterfield and loveseat. Asking  $600 OBO. Good condftion. Phone  886-0054. I35cn  Sofa and loveseal, Bauhaus,  excel, cond. Both $450.685-6156.  ���3701  Oueen size bed - solid oak headboard, c/w lights/bookshell/built in  endtattes/mattress and boxspring.  $900,885-5506.        ��37w  Oueen size bed frame 60'x60".  dense foam mattress rests on  slats; 2 matching bedside tables, 3  drawers ea., $300 total. 865-9634.  13501  Tweed chesterfield, $25; cushioned recliner, $10; oak record  cabinet. $25.686-3056.    ��35cn  Antique Canadlana dak dining  room suite $2200, brass and glass  dining room chandelier $300. Call  865-5667. ��37cn  New vinyl wirtdows. double glazed  4 0 4'x5' $200 each Yamaha  Generator 4000. pd $2200 sell  $1500. electric lawnmowei $50  Tom gas nif./et $100.886-39P6  ���37w  Rocker/Recliner, Brown/biege  $75. Vertical blind 141/2 long i  101/2 wide. Cream. $75. 885-  3221. ��37cn  Corel portable car seat. Fisher  Price swing. As new $60 each.  865-6026. I37cn  Bed chesterfield, nice cond $150;  tub chair $20; TV stand $15; collee table $20; Rocker dining cha.  $25; Leather recliner $200, Pioneer chamsaw, p 41 $350. 885-  7X7. #37cn  Pins Hill fireplace insert Model:  Photnlx Hairth stove, black ind  brats, txc. cond. 8854839."37cn  Trim oceanic translator short  wave radio $220.685-5937, mts-  sage��56. ��37cn  Custom built wood lathe with 12'  bed, 5 HP, 4 spd. step pulley,  $3000.686-3344 att. 6pm.��37W  Supar Dili on Firewood 20  cents per cubic fl. (25.60 per cord)  unsplif, you pickup, mixed. Call  Bolls Enterprises at 886-0262.         I37W  Wet suit jacket, long-John �� hooded vest, mitts and gloves, Calypso  BCD, 1-72 lbs. slim tank fits med.  sz. male, $750 OBO. 886-7097 att.  4:30 pm. ��37W  Dark brown arborite suite, very  good cond. 2 vinyl covered footstools; glass fireplace doors, brass  & black, like new; fireplace grates,  RSF wood heatei, very good cond.  plus dried wood. 5242 Hwy 101  Selma Park. ��37cn  Firewood, seasoned fir with 25%  hemlock mix, free delivery, $115.  886-9372. 037W  Burning barrels, $14 each. Call  885-5703 any time.   ��37cn  FIREWOOD  Well seasoned lirewood, split,  delivered, maple, hemlock, Iir,  $100 cord, also mill ends, $60.  Call 886-7774. I37W  22' Power Pole, pair cable operated camper jacks. 685-3947 after  6pm. ��37cn  Laser 126 Ex computer, coloured  monitor, printer, modem, lots ol  software. Also boy's 12 spd. mountain bike. 6654025.   ��37cn  Lawnmower, elect, as new, weed  eater, 16', Homelite 16' chainsaw,  Craftsman router, 20-60x telescope with tripod, kettle BBO,  sundry fishing rods and reels. 885-  3549. ��37cn  Assorted single glazed windows.  Call 886-7556. I37cn  95 ft used wrought iron railing, plus  a gate. 865-2110.     I37cn  LOST lhat loving feelingl Ladies  gold 4 diamond jewellery. Must be  sold. 885-4778.        I37cn  3 wild life prints by Robert Bate-  man, woll pack print by Coieach.  'A boy and his dreams' (Wayne  Gretsky) by Lumbars, all prints  framed. 885-0876 dr 8854660.  13601  Oil furnace, 123,000 btu. best  offer. 16 assorted aluminum glass  windows, 6 interior doors and bi-  folds. Bob. 8854804. <36cn  TOP SOU  Rich .screened top soil for sale.  686-9764. I36w  17' gas weedeater, $75; back  peck leal blower, $350; shop dust  collector, 600 cu. ft/m., $150; Lin-  coin 225 arc welder, portable roadside sign, c/w letters, $700; 4  mobile home axles, complete,  $250; organic toilet; two 5'x12'  sand nebula arborite, $150. 885-  7147. MTW  Moving - Sofa bed, chesterfield 4  chair, satellite dish, dinette, beds,  appis, toys and more 686-2225.   I36cn  150 tt 10'lengths picket fence,  post are pressure treated. 666-  8986 or 886-7583.      I36w  To be moved - Old house 24'x36'  suitable small bunkhouse, workshop. 884-5375.       #35cn  Nintendo system with 16 games.  Xtra joysticks, 4 score. $225. 686-  3364 I36cn  1990 Pace Saver plus, invalid  electric scooter. Exc. condition,  days 886-7919, nights 886-8595  ask for Norman.       t36w Coast News, August 31, 1992  15  Coast News (Monday Edition) Classified Deadline:  Noon Fridays - Gibsons & Sechelt Offices  TOPSOIL  Rich, Black,  Quality, Screened  Topsoil  DELIVERY AVAILABLE  PHONE 886-9764  Wood/oil burner, 125,000 btu/hr.  Wood thermostatically controlled,  sepaiate heat exhangers, Irom  Powell Rrvet Catholic Church Rectory. 10 yrs ox), very good condition. $1100 OBO. Also Iwo lirge  burried oil lanks. Ph 485-7376  liter 5:00pm. i36��  5 ft bar - arborite 1 leather  padding. Builders transit level,  Mikita 10': skiksaw 866-9690.  I37cn  Westmount truck canopy. As new  $300,OBO.8B6-9443.��35cn  Building Supplies: t-2'4' pocket  door Irame S35,1-4x4' casement  white aluminum window double  pine $100, door Jims primed 5-  26', l-2'O'$20. aa. All r,  used. 8896-7372.      I35cn  NatdCath7  Fundraising and corsignmerrl auctions. Specialist. 885-7616.136cn  1977 Corolla lilt back, good  mechanical cond and appearance, needs muffler $500. Firm.  883-2648. ��37cn  1990 Plymouth Grand Voyager  SE, lully loaded $14,000 OBO.  886-7478. I36cn  1986 Dodge Aries K-Car. 4 dr.,  auto, 47,000 kms, 2.21 eng. exc.  cond. 1989 Sunbird GT turbo, sunroof, Iir, auto, exc. cond. 1 aluminum canopy, sliding front $ side  windows. Exc. cond. 885-4616  days. 885-2735 eves. ��37cn  1984 Camaio Z26, loaded, black  $4500 Tom 865-9235. ��37cn  1982 Datsun 280ZX, T bar root,  low mileage, $2500 OBO. 886-  4552. I35W  CASH PAID  For Soma Cart And Trucks  Dead Car Removal  Abex Used Auto Parts  186-2020  TFN  1973 Super Beetle. $2500 OBO.  863-9234. ss  1988 Z24 Cavalier, black on black,  2.8 litre, 5 spd, tilt, cruise, ait, cassette, ps pb. digital dash. $8000  060.886-26150(686-2700.  Mon  M  Dune buggy - roady to go. Was in * m solid a perto,aled *<*���  Sea ScadeVarade. $2000 W ABS* �� 3: ��'*2: *����� '  OBO 8864666 or 8864566. 1/!\ $8, all 10 lengths, will deliver.  ���36w  636-9033.  270-Reminglon model 700 like  new, 14 1/2 p. KSC thermo-giass  w/40hp Johnson and trailer. 12'  harbourcraft w/71/2 Johnson, 1991  Sunbird, red, convertible, p/w, p/l,  15,000 km. 1990 Dodge Dakota, 4  cyl, st. 35, 000 kms. Exc. gas  mileage. 886-9759 eves.!36cn  Organic eating apples. Scab-tree,  varieties. 50clb. 866-4520  evenings. I35w  Used Canadiana 122 electronic  organ, bench S books. Excellent  starter organ, excellent condition.  $350.686-3349. after 5:30pm.  I35W  Running shoes, Nike k-wis, almost  new. Barbie Dolls, Fire Screen,  21'square, Gold carpet, Chesterfield 1 Matching Chair. Portable  Oliver Typewriter 896-2077.I35W  GT Taychyon The best crossover  bike available' bought for $950 will  SOI for $500. Deure LX, XT. 885-  7373. I35w  '91 Brodie Climbmax mini too  forks, sun tour XC-Pro w/grease  guard, handbullt wheels. Your  choice of new paint and spent  $2700. $1650 OBO. 885-7373.  M5w  1986 Yamaha, 350 Warrior ATV  $2600 060,885-6809.135w  Wt am till II lor You! Consign-  ment Sale furniture appliances and  sporting goods. Call us ind find  out more. 6860225.    I39w  Toshiba T10O0 Portable computer  with expanded memory board.  $500. Compiele dark room equipment. $350.886-3819. ��35w  Grow Great garlic. Get ready for  fall planting of large organic garlic.  One pack 20 cloves. ($5.00) incl  postage Jplanting instructions.  Send to Organic Creek Farm,  RRI2, S20, C-14, Gibsons, BC,  VON1V0. TFNs  Maytag dryer small, white $50;  dishwisher, Gold Royal, mirror.  Clothes rack, shelf unit and more.  886-3780. ��35cn  RIFLES  Custom slock refinishing. Checkering, bluing, bedding, jewele ring,  24k gold plating. Stock making by  appointment. Custom hand gun  grips. 886-3251. I35cn  Water skis and stroller. 885-3310.  I35cn  'Whites' diving wet suit lor boys  approx. age 11-14. Black/blue, like  newS160.686-9096.       ��35cn  Running board kit, box tie kit lor 92  Ranger truck, never used. $100.  865-7441. M5cn  Two F.P. baby gates; beer fridge;  2 men's racing bikes; 1 woman's  mm bike; electric weedeater, $30;  350 cw in. motor, $300; 2 prs.  Skis/boots. 885-3876 or 885-4860.  I36W  Super single walerbed, good  cond., great for teen, $50. 886-  9158 eves. ��36W  Super-single waterbed, $70; 6MX  bike, 20' wh��� $50,886-3540.  ��36W  Airco Gas furnace Good cond.  $315 865-5276 St  SALE  8' cedar 4x4's, $6 each. 685-5031.  ss  CEDAR SHAKES SLUMBER, any  size. Will custom cut. 885-5669  or 665-5601. TFN  USED RAILWAY TIES for retaining walls.; Unscreened topsoil  $110 load. 686-8204.  ss  Anything: Give us a make 8 model  ��� if required, how much you want  to spend. Well try our best. 886-  9033. TFN  Parker t Hole 30.06,3x9 Bushnell  scope. Marlin 444s Winchester,  Queen size waterbed, Bentwood  rocker. 885-5467. ss  Super-8 or regular-8 movie camera and projector, also screen tripod and light, $125.886-9420.  TFN  QUOD HAY  $5.00/Bale Delivered  Call  12-1pm  165-9357  TFN  Sewer rocking machine on trailer 3  hp engine, 6 txts up to 10*. Excellent condition. $450 8659066.  ss  1982 Buick wagon. Pertect runner,  pertect transport, new exhaust  system t converter. New fires  $900.8650898.       ��37cn  1992 Cherokee Laredo Jeep, standard ml trailer pkg. 16,000 kms.  Call Dave 8853676.  ��36cn  1983 Firebird, T-roof, V6, new  stereo.rebuifl engine, new brakes  et $6500 Open to offers. 686-7184  Eves. ��36w  1976 Volvo, 245 wagon, 4 cyl ,4  spd., new dutch, new battery, radial tires. $500. 686-0971 or 886-  9764. ��36w  1988 Mazda 626 turbo lully eqpt  inc sunrool 6 a/c, exc. cond.  $10,500 or OBO. 886-9443.��36cn  1967 Toyota Tercel, exc. cond.,  $4000 OBO. 685-5607 J36W  1983 Toyota Corolla , good running cond. 100,000 kms. Lady driven $2400.6854503.136cn  1979 Cadillac Broughan D. Elegance, propane powered, AC,  power winddws and seats, new  muffler starter, alternator runs  1991 Jeep YJ. white. 14.500 kms,  excellent condition, never oft read,  $14,500. Call altei 5pm 886*561  01644-5786. ��7cn  Full size 1(90 Dodge van, VS  auto. $1500 m-xn   is  1988 Toyota Fore Runner, black  $10,500.6850935 after 5pm.  ���37cn  1971 GMC pickup, parts or whole,  offers. 886-8616 -ask tor Len.  ���37W  1979 Ford F150, 4x4, good  mechanical condition $2750. 883-  9284 or 885-2155.     ��36cn  Wrecking 1977 Dodge pickup.  8852346. ��36w  Sleeper style canopy $400. New  235/65R - 16EW Ford Rim $125.  886-2399. ��36cn  I960 Chev 4 ton dump truck. 366  HP, 2 spd. rear end, 6-6 yd box,  $6500 lirm 686-8550 eves.    SS  1986 Toyota Celica GTS 5spd, top 1965 Chev 1/2 ton pickup with  model ��� all options excellent condi- 9��ml��P canopy, 4 speed, small  tion. $8250.8B5-9540.��36cn v& 73.000kms, exc. cond. $5500.    8853881. ��36cn  CHEAPI FBI/US. SEIZED    89 MERCEDES $200 1982 Ford Hon *"*'��� K "��� siu'  8g vw $50 htinum box, skylight, 3208 Cat  87 MERCEDES $100 Diese|i W�� Kms- ���"��� h18*-  65 MUSTANG $50 cond- ne" *><****���,i,es. >Pfinl)��.  Choose Irom thousands starting $10,500. ph/FAX 886-9600.  $25.24 Hour Hotline, 601-379-     "36W  2935. Copyright SBC104JCI45W ,985 Blazer 4x4, auto OD trailer  1980 Camaro 305 aulo., T-Tops, hitch $5700 OBO. 8854778.I35W  Ralryrims,$2600. 885-7113. .��� ^m ~ Kingcab4x4i   5S Hack, good coridition. 885-4146.  ���3501  13' alum. bolt. 20 hp mere. Upper Deck Cleaners has a crew  o/board. elect, start, trailer. $1650. to swab 6 clean your decks and  21' Fibreglass boat, walk through cabin Call Callie or Apnle 686-  wind shield, new full canvas.350 7574. 136*  inboard-outboard $3800 1969      Chrysler with 440 motor, Uphol- 14 tt. Frontiersman canoe with 2  stery like new. $850.8857738. libreglass paddles. $325. 885-  ��35cn 3205. ss  K35W  Ladies golf clubs, bag, cad, $200  excel. $3200 OBO. 865-1981 or  Paymaster cheque writer, $150.  8855111 Peter.       <36cn  1960 Pontiac Phoenix 4 dr. Sedan  V-6, auto, power str, pwr, brakes,  radio, 44,000 kms. Some surface  rust, requires some transmission  work. Exceptionally clean. $800.  6659416. I36cn  1991 B1550 Kubota tractor t  loader, 4 wd, bi-speed turn. Excellent condition. 350 hrs. paid  $15,600 musl sell, $11,000.885-  9654 M6cn  Bobcat - new motor with tandem  trailer $4200 OBO. 886-4666 dr  8664586. ��36w  72 JD 310B loader backhoe,  $8500 lirm. 1-9358669 eves.  ���36W  1979 Mustang hatchback, 4 cyl,  blue, seme rust, has new tire,  brakes, runs well, needs trans.  8653344-$200.       ��35w  1965 Fastback Mustang, balanced  289, 4 barrel, auto, completely  rebuilt drivetrain, very nice condition. $7500 OBO. 886-4926.#36cn  1964 Buick Skylark -custom 4  door, sedan, auto V6, power steering, radio, exceptionally clean, no  rust. $3995 OBO. 866-9418.��36cn  1990 Plymouth Voyager SE, fully  loaded. $15,000 OBO. 886-7478.  ��36cn  Dodge ram van, 1985, new tires,  complete new brakes, recent tune-  1977 JD 410 backhoe, half share up, fully insulated. $4500. 685-  available. Roberts Creek, $4800.   7373 ��35w  BOBCAT &    ^  MINI EXCAVATOR  FOR RENT  Attachments Available  DAY, WEEK, MONTH  8866538 220-8767  otters. 686-7372.  I36W  1977 JD 410 backhoe, good working coridition, $10,800 OBO. 885  7372 or 865-5730. SS  955 CAT loader $10,000 6652503  ss  Sanyo portable cellular phone  compact, light weight, ergononiic  design grip belt, $650 OBO. 886-  7091 ��  SATELLITE SALES  Green Onion Earth Station  134-6240  TFN  1520 channel steel beams, 1/2'  thick, 8' wide; 4 creosode poles I  337F Cat motor with new turbo.  8653360. ���350'  Restoring your own vehicle? Call  Certified Trimmer. Reasonable  prices. K.R.O. Auto Upholstery.  8657072. I37cn  1981 Ford Escort, std, good cond.  New mutller, new brakes. $1100  OBO. 6856041.       ��7cn  1991 Turbo Sprint immac. as new.  20,000 ks, $9000.1970 Trans Am,  Ram Air III, 400, 4 spd, 12 bolt  posi, needs restoration $2250,  1975 Trans Am, customized, no  engine $1000. 1977 Suburban  4x4, good drive train, rusty $1500.  Dave. 8868692.      ��37cn  1975 Rat Spyder, 5 spd, convertible, great shape. $3000. 885-  3221. ��7cn  1961 Chevette, exc. cond., no rust,  skylight, new brakes. $1700 OBO.  8852672. I37cn  Great Car, Gnat Price!  1965 Chev. Spectrum, exc. cond.,  dean, costs very little to run and is  always reliable. Only asking  $2800. Call 866-0971 eves, or  mess. 8859764.      I37W  1980 Mustang 2 door, V6, auto,  sunshine roof 715 Franklin Road,  Gibsons. I35w  1990 Nissan Micra, 43.000ks. still  under warranty, $5995.886-9294.  ���35w  1974 Volvo s/w. good running condition. $250.686-3468.��35cn  1979 well cared for Datsun 310  h/back, in good running order.  $600.8854408 Eves. ��35cn  1974 Datsun 260Z alpine stereo,  mags, spinner hubs, Pirelli tires,  new brakes, exc. shape $3500  OBO 8857378 SS  1979 Cadillac Sedan Deville,  loaded, on propane and unleaded.  Exc. cond. $2900 OBO. 883-2178.  ���3701  1989 Dodge Omni 36,000 kms.,  P.T. warranty, $4500 OBO. 886-  8922 ss  1990 Ford Aerostar, XL 7 passenger A-1 condition, $14,900. 686-  848V ss  '88 Meicury Topaz, like new,  $6600.686-2633 or 8857484.  ss  1966 Land Rdver, $1260. 686-  3854. I35W  1992 Ford Escort LX, stn. wagon,  fully loaded, 4 cyl., 5 spd., burgundy, only 5400 kms., $14,000  firm, no GST. 886-4565, mess.  8859495. ��35W  1990 Honda Prelude, fully loaded,  $17,000.8857277.    435W  1961 Ford Granada as is, $500  OBO .8858095.        TFNs  1976 New Yorker, A-1 oond., low  mileage $900 OBO 886-9025  ss  Used Camaro T-Top, $495 lor the  set, with covers, 666-9500 anytime, ss  1974 Oldsmobile, new brakes and  exhaust. Mechanically sound,  $2400 OBO. 6651943.   ss  1988 MUSTANG GT.  Loaded, like new, 25,000 ks. one  owner, a real gem $10,500 Firm.  6852544. ss  KRO Auto Upholstery - seats, door  panels, headliners, carpets.vinyl  tops, converlables. 685-7072.  I36W  1988 Ford Taurus, am/lm, Ac V6,  auto/od, 4 door, exc. cond. $7,495.  8657520 or 886-2111.    ss  1979 Cadillac Seville baby blue,  int/ext., rebuilt engine 1 transmission. Priced Id sell $3850 Call 886-  6510 after 6:00 pm.       ss  1981 AMC, auto, good cond. No  rust. $1950 OBO 685-1942.SS  1977 Volvo DL, rusty, reliable, new  parts. $500 OBO 885-1942.SS  1971 LandRover - 68 completely  rebuilt. $7500 OBO. PTO Avail.  1975 Triumph TR7, excellenl condition, new dual exhaust, radial t/a  low profile tires. Sacrifice $3600 or  trade up or down tor family size  car or 11 ft. camper. 8659066.  ss  77 Ventura, v-6 std. only 66,000  mi. Clean, new radiais. $750.885  9553. ss  1985 Citalion II, V6. 4 spd. Only  33,000km. $3200.8859553.SS  77 Camaro. 39,000 org. miles.  White int. excellenl. Rusty $950  OBO. 886-2111 ss  1954 Desoto. Good condition.  Running order, shop manual  included. $2500.6857457.  ��35cn  '82 Plymouth Sapporo Japanese  Economy 6 lots ol power $1750.  Datsun p/u good shape $500.885  9357. TFN  '86 Pontiac 6000 AC 4 cyl, F/inj,  great mileage. Exc. cond. $4500.  6857150.  1964 W ntJftB* 175 Voho.   ,��� ��� Donji;ua|ler 350 C|Q  new canvas, head, radio, depth  sounder.$ib,iaj0OBO 883-9121.  ���36cn  Volvo 270. completely redone.  883-9114 or 863-2432 eves.l3SW  12 ft. aluminum boat. exc. cond..  $5X883-9502. ��37W  1973 R-M 24 tt. boat on a 1979  altspeed trailer. $8600 OBO. Len  MTW  1983 GMC 3/4 ton 6.2 diesel, new  trans., $900.886-2593.H35W  79 Ford 12 passenger van, VB  auto good cond. $3295 OBO. 885  7520 or 686-2111. SS  1988 Chev. Cheyenne 1/2 ton  pick-up, 4.3 litre V6, PS/PB,  61,000 km., box mat, toolbox,  $8700. 885-2636,865-7413  ss  1965 Bronco II 4X4, auto., CD  player, gd. cond., $7500 OBO.  Days 866-9332 aft. 7 eves. 886-  2983. SS  1984 Ford F150 pick up with flat-  deck type box. Good shape Asking  $4,450,886-9654. ��36cn  77 Chevy Nomad, deluxe window  van, parts. 8855102.     ss  1989 GMC Tracker, 4 wheel drive,  5 speed. Hardtop. $9000. 886-  4599. ss  1981 Ford F250,4x4 with rock box  $5500.8864599. ss  81 VW Westlalia, immac. condition. New engine, trans, etc. Irigi-  nal paint. $6450.886-8286 OBO.  ���37cn  2V Class 'C motorhome, lully  equipped, mechanically sound.  Asking $11,800. B852593.��37cn  1970 VW Westlalia, runs great.  First $600.8859520. *37cn  1979 Slumber Oueen,��camper,  exc. condition, 3-way fridge, 3  burner stove, furnace, 30 gal water  tank, hijackers, 2 20 Ib. tanks.  $2995.885-9565.      ��36cn  1967 Westphalia camper. Excel  cond. 22,000 kms/pb, aux gas  heater, standard transmission.  $16000.6857110.    ��36cn  1971 171/2 ft. Soulh Park Iravel  trailer sleeps 6. pove/oven.. Good  condition. $2500 OBO. 885-8809.  ���35*  1973-24' Prowler travel trailer,  very clean, good living accommodations, $3900. B86-0065.I36W  1973 tent trailer, sleeps 6, $725.  6859500. I35W  '961 -11 ft.. Vanguard camper,  exc. and., $3000.8859502.  ���37W  21 It. Scamper travel trailer, stove,  Iridge, lurnace, shower, toilet,  $4900 OBO. 885-7147.     MTW  1980 XTC mini-motor home on  360 Dodge Maxivan. Cruise con-  ���,, ��� J           ,.   ,     ,. trol, 3-way fridge, furnace, 4 bum-  1975Dodge1 van,psVpliAs part. <( ^J^on, porta-potti,  camperized. bed, table, bench ,       ^ gas tank, exc.  seats, mtmtxrm median,- ^                 ^  cal cond. BO. 6856313. Eves. ^ ^ ^ ^ , ,���,,,   "37cn in trade, W.H.Y., $7900.8657421.  1978 Mazda B1800 pickup. Runs ,35W  well, rusted body. Canopy, new  radiais. $850 negotiable. 665-  7906.                    #37cn  DRUGLORD TRUCKS! $100 14' Sangster 50 hp, new wind-  66 BRONCO $50 shield, sounder, exc. hull. $1200.  91 BLAZER $150 OBO. 8855506.        ��37w  77 JEEP CJ $50.     ���  Seized Vans, 4x4's, Boats. 24' Fiberform Cruiser, 188 Mer-  Choose from thousands starting cruiser, CB radio, sounder, stand-  $25. 24 Hour Hotline. 801-379- up head, dinghy. $9500.883-2746.  2935 Copyright. IBC104KKM1W I37cn  14' Houston Holsclaw, tin. trailer,  20 hp O/B. Running. Old needs  work $300 OBO 88S4546.l37cn  26 ft. Ttruar Sailboat Full Batten  main, 163 Genoa. 110 jib. storm,  pb. spinnaker, VHF. d/s. k/m, swim  ladder, 9.9 Yamaha, heatei,  dinghy, $15,000.8954265.S37cn  191/2' boat, 115 Merc, motor, trailer. $3500 OBO 886-9050 J37cn  24 ft. Tolly-craft, 150 hp; Mercruiser, tull canvas, VHF. CB,  head, stove 6 four wheel tilt trailer,  immaculate. $6000.8650698.  ���37cn  Road runner trailer for up lo 21',  elect, brake excel cond. $1500  OBO. 6857556.       M6cn  14 1/2' Fibreglass 20 hp Evinrude  steering control trailer, excel, cond.  $1600 OBO. 885-7556.  ���3601  Moorage RV sites available Pender Harbour 883-9177 or 663-  9355. "36w  18' Glaspar fiberglass w/ioilet,  sleeps 2. Boat trailer, older 75 hp  Johnson OB motor runs well.  $2200 OBO. 866-4666 or 686-  4586. "36w  14 1/2 Fibreglass over plywood  runabout. Elecl start twin, 25hp  evinrudes $2600 OBO. 865-7687.  I36cn  I pay cash for boats  19-24 ft. Wood or glass. 8854031.  ���35w  79 12 tt. Lund aluminum boat 4  EZ loader trailer/ 4 ftp Evinrude  motor. Asking $1700 OBO. 685-  0621. ��35cn  16 tt. Sangstei, hardtop '20 Mercruiser, galv. EZ load. All set lor  fishing, too much too list. Musl sell  $5000.OBO Eves. 8654629.  ���35cn  18 ft. Bellboy hardtop, 120 Merc,  in/out board, trim tabs. VHF, CB,  sounder, bait tank, tull canvas,  extras.trailer, $5500.683-9059.  ss  198120' double Eagle hardtop 200  HP Volvo 280 leg, (H-6), Gibsons  Marina, $17,500.6652694.  ss  OUTBOARDS FOR SALE  9.9-20-3040-50-70 HP 1989-1990  Evinrudes. Excellent condition.  Lowe's Resort, B852456.TFN  Yes! There is a reliable local  propellor repair service. 685-5278.  TFN  12 ft. aluminum boat $800, 885-  7167. 35ss  15 tt. family sailboat, double hull,  one sail, previously owned by the  Beachcombers TV series. Asking  $1500.686-6934.      I36W  19' Inboard Clinker runabout, very  fast and in top condition, surveyed  value $6500, offers & trades considered. 886-2736. ss  1979 27' Bayliner Victoria C/B.  255-260 Leg, new engine, low  hours, lots ot extras, $24,900  OBO. 463-6919 or 4635959.  RV pad avail $210/mo. SCMH  Park. 8859626. I37cn  Solid older model 10' 1 47' to be  moved, current electrical certifi-  cate. $4300 1-2556693.   *36cn  NOTHING DOWN!  Up to 100% O.A.C. interest rates  63/4% t lor 6 mos. New S used  mobile homes starting at $19,500  S.C.M.H. Sales. 8B59B26.TFN  BRAND NEW  Single and double wides. For pads  or private property. Belore you buy  check us out! Nick 885-6340.TFN  MOVE IN NOW  $24,900  Clean, 2 bdrm 12 x 64 includes  dining room, 4 appl. drapes, shed.  Nicely landscaped, freshly painted  thru-out inside. Children welcome.  Even a view ol Ihe ocean! Nick  8856340 Valley Pacilic. I36w  Back to work  but short of money  we will pay pad rent  In Sunshine Coast MH Park  Til Die 1992 H vou  purchase ont ot our  straw homes set-up in  Park. Otter Good till Aug 30/92.  all homes ready for  Immediate occupancy  Regal Homes Ltd.  8652597/597-3322    TFN  1973 3 bdtm, 12x66 with large  addition & deck. $25,000. 886-  4599 ss  By owner, 12x66 mobile home, call  686-3039,6857306.       ss  Family/Adult  Park  Gibsons Area  Reduced  1-1392 sq.ft. home  2 -924 sq.ft. homes  No reasonable oiler refused.  Only 5*4 down OAC  597-3322/886-2597  TFN  Oct 1, 2 bdrm home with 3rd  t*drm/shower. accessible from private entrance on Lower level.  View. Rets. $850. Close 10 terry.  8856206. Lise. I37w  2 bdrm trailet. near school. Wei-  come Woods. Large garage, work-  shop Avail Sept 1 $650 prmonoi.  8857511. I35cn  21/2 bdrm home. Sechelt. $700  pfmonth. Rets required. 6653224.  Avail Sept. 15. 13/en  Cozy 2 bdrm. lumished W/F home.  Sechelt. Sept-June. $700 mo 865  9246.1-929-1729.     ��37cn  2 bdrm suite. 4 appl, exc view,  avail Oct 1. 596-1669 Mon-Fri,  686-7477 weekends $700 Gibsons. <36w  Spacious new 3 bdrm townhouse  in Gibsons, close lo amenities.  Sundeck. carport, skylight 5 appliances relerences, no pets. Available now. Call 1 -230-4099137cn  Lower Gibsons, 3 bdrm house, 2  up, 1 down, 3 appliances, Ig. sundeck, beautilul view. Ig fireplace  up. woodslove down, $575/mo. No  pets. rets, please. Avail Sept. 30.  Replies to: Box 364, c/o Coast  News, Box 460, Gibsons, BC. VON  IVO. M7cn  Fum. 2 bdrm suite on watertront.  Avail Sept. 1. $U50/mo. John  Smalley. 1-926-6011. Royal Le  Page. I37cn  Gibsons, 3 bdtm townhouse, 11/2  baths, 4 appl. $625/mo. Avail,  immed. 886-9050.     ��37cn  Near new townhome, 1425 sq. ft, 4  appl, 1 1/2 bath, basement, carport, covered sundeck, close to  schools and shopping. 6864680.  TFN  Fully furnished view condo, Jolly  Roger Inn, Secret Cove. 5 appis,  fireplace, avail Sept. 15 or Oct 1  to June X. Ideal for couple or single. $575/month plus utils. 885-  8831. I37cn  Secret Cove, 3 bdrms, 2 baths, 5  appis, fireplace, large deck, satellite TV, no pets. Rels redd. Avail  Sepl. 15. $750/montn. Phone 885  5394. ��37cn  Cute 1 bdrm home, close to all  amenities. Avail Sept 1,436-2464  01886-7178. ��36w  Quaint ocean view 3 bdrm home,  shared accommodation, lemale  prelerred. $400 mth incl hydro.  Avail Sept. 1.886-3649 ��6w   '  1974 Harley 74* hard-tail. Wide  glide. $5500 or trade tor 16-19ft.  boat or motorhome. 8852358.  ��37cn  1987 Honda 250R street, trail, 4  tires, full riding gear $2000 OBO.  6856903. I37w  1966 RM 125, exc. cond, rebuild,  asking $1450 with helmet, chest  protector, gloves and goggles.  Make an offer, has to sell this  week, going to college. Excellent  bike! 8850085. ��35cn  RM 125, Suzuki. 1991 - lots of  spare parts and gear. 8858190.  13601  1969 H onda CBR 600. white/silver, exc. cond.. like new. New rear  Metzler, new chain, extras, $4300.  8857911. ��37W  1977 Yamaha XT500 Endurd,  rebuilt since new, recent chain  sprockets and flasher, ride it away  for only $850 OBO. 6854930.  ���36cn  Suzuki, FA 50 Moped. Good condition, excel, mileage. Street legal.  $400.8859096. ��35cn  '86 Honda Aspencade. exc. cond.,  garage kept, $5500.866-9595.  ss  1961 Honda CB650 custom,  immaculate 25,600 original K's.  $1250 OBO. 886-7378.    ss  1985 Kawasaki Ninga like new,  offers. 8858622. ss  ADVERTISING  FOR TENANCY  British Columbia legislation prohibits advertising which discriminates in the rental ol property.  For example a person who  stipulates 'No Children' as I  condition of rental would be in  violation ol the Family Status  md the Human Rights Acts. Tht  landlord who places the advertisement and the newspaper  which publishes it would both be  in contravention ol the legislation  and could have a complaint filed  against them. The Coast News  will therefore noi accept such  discriminatory ads.  imnmra.  cimii ui .Mrm  MC.M.MC    M.NA.M.Sj  M A.B.Y C.   'Marine  Surveyors and Consultants!  M.V. Blacklist!. 24' Owens, well  appointed large fish deck, Coast  Guard inspected, featuring new  Swann auto, anchor pkg., new  LMS, 200 w/Loran C, new fenders  i brackets, mooring lines, new  windows, completely refinished  hull and swimgrid, new handrails,  flush mount Fishon rod holders (5)  FWC 318 Chrysler, $6,000. 885-  7977. ss  19 ft. Sealoner Volvo Penta  Calkins trailer needs exhaust manifold, $3500.686-3457.    SS  Moorage - Sechelt. 2 dollars per Granlhams Landing, 2 bdrm apt,  foot per month. Royal Reach Motel new , view, beach access, utils.  8 Marina. 8857644.    TFN        incl- $650/mo. Avail irrmad. 885      0192. ��37w  91 Prowler as new V8 Power met-  Small 1 bdrm house. Roberts  Creek area preferred. $400 max.  8657592. ��37cn  Journeyman cabinet maker would  like to rent small cottage lor winter,  in part In exchange lor work.  James 886-6810 home. 866-  6615work. I35w  Responsible, part time working  mother of two requires moderately  priced 2 or 3 bdrm home with yard.  Prefer Davis Bay or Roberls Creek  areas. 8857860.      ��35cn  Large house between Davis Bay  and Sechelt. Lge porch, (replace,  3 bdrm $850/mno. No pats. Avail.  Sept 1.885-7719 refs req. ��36w  Gorgeous view older cottage could  be partially furnished. Ideal for ont  or two adults. Avail. Oct. 1,  $500/mo. 8857547.        I37W  Shared accommodation: lower  Gibsons, 2 bdrm. house w/private  entrace. NS refs. Req. $400/1*10.  8858921 after 7pm.   I36w  Redroolls Rd. Pretty 2 bdrm on  beach. F/P. electric heat. Sept -  April, $550 mo plus util. N/S. No  pets. Rets. 6852604.       ��26w  SPACIOUS, NEAR NEW 3 bdrm,  21/2 bath 5 appl , water view.  $650.1-296-5215. "36*  Bright, clean, gmd. floor. 1 bdrm, 2  mins Irom beach. Roberts Creek  $375 plus utils. 8857590. ��36cn  Hopkins Landing Executive waterfront house. Excellent location,  easy walk to ferry. 3 bedrooms {or  2bdrm I den), 2 baths,5 appis. furnished it required. Avail, short or  long term. N/S No pets Relerences  36cn  cruiser FWC view at South Coast ��� *l'����. 2 **?"!*'��*'  Ford. 8853281. ss        Sact 1 ��� S375fmo. 886-6761 .��35cn  Charming 2 bdrm view home in  central Gibsons. 2 bath 1 large  deck. CLose to beach. Avail from  Sept. 5750/mo. Lease negotiable.  9652564. 13601  Large 3 bdrm ground level suite,  appliances $675.8853277 or 255  5470. ��36cn  1150 sq. ft 2 bdrm suite $650  includes utilities, cable, laundry,  ns. 8856277. ��36cn  Gibsons, large 2 bdrm lower lloor,  bright, w/d, yard, close to all  amenities. $600 mo. 1-469-0622.  13801  Gibsons, 1 bdrm, bright $500. plus  Arthur. 8859659. ��36cn  3 bdrm house, new carpets, $800.  Partial ocean view. 8865204.  13601 16  Coast News. August 3), 1992  Ttake Aaivtatatta&e ttfoaar NafmV C2Uassified Ad Spa: ifl Coast News (Monday)  __                                                 m                 ��� **���       _m          _jT   _*���<"  ^ ��� Classified Deadline:  Run your classtfzed aa o trmes, ^       Noon Friday  and pay for only 2 times! g�� secSit offices  3 bdrm ocean view family home.  Daws Bay area Lease preferred  No pets Avail immed $850 per  month 885-7719. I36cn  Quaet room wttn cooking, siat maie  mill worker 886-2164. I36W  Why rent'' When you can buy 1ms  1973 24 tt Prowler Iravel trailer,  very clean. only$3900 886-0085  ���36W  Gibsons. 3 bdrm nouse. new caipets. $800 Partial ocean view  8856204 I36W  Egmont, furnished cabin, suit 1-2  people No pels Avail Sept 1st  883-2222, 435*  Egmont. clean 2 bdrm mobile  home. 924 sq It plus storage  room, ia-08 deck Avail Sept 15th,  no pets, relerences. lease possible 863-2222. 135*  Egmont, small 2 corm house lully  lumished waleilront, Satelite dish,  no pels, relerences Avail Sept  Isl 8852222. ��35w  2 new apartments with view, 2  bdrm, l/s. dishwasher, close io  stores. Upper Gibsons $650/mo  Avail Sept 1. Re required. No  pets 886-66/4. I35w  Avail nnmed. i bdrm bachelor  suite. Fum. 8850054.       ��35w  Bnght & beautilul 1.i jorm apts  Ne-.v building, lower Gibsons,  quiet, secure, blinds, carpets, laundry $590, $630. $700.886-3420.  ���36*  Harbor view, large 3 bdrm 2 car  garage/woikshop/rsf wood  neater lirepiace Close to al! $800.  References, 863-9343. or 883-  2102. I35w  Specious 2 bdrm townhouse. 11/2  bath, 6 appis. garage, new paint.  Great location. $700/mo. Call 886-  3764 or 14356426. Avail Sept. 1.  ��35w  Spacious 3 bdrm, top floor. W.  Sechelt, large balcony with view of  Trail Islands, 4 appliances, Avail  immediately, Sept. 1.6654581.  ���35w  834 Church Road, Granthams, 2  bdrms, 1 bath, view $700.4 appis,  Avail Sept. 1.686-8640.10am-  2:30pm. Weekdays. I35w  Granthams watertront cabin - suits  one person only. Shower-covered  p wood stove. 886-8640. 152pm  weekdays. $590. plus utils. I35w  Residential RV spaces. Large  landscaped sites. Full hook-up. tel  6 able avail. $200/mo. ind. elec.  Gibsons area. 886-705!    ��35cn  3 bdrm, 1 1/2 bath townhouse,  central Gibsons. $600/mo. Mature  couple, prefered No pets, n/s.  Avail Sept. 15.8857051.  ��35cn  Very private, modem, watertront  home SW ol Earls Cove. 3 bdrm.  partially lurnished. 6 appl.. lire-  place, satellite dish. Avail Sept 1  883-9679011-9434613    13501  2 bdrm mam lloor. view, across  Gibsons Manna $650/mo 686-  9737. ��35cn  3 bdrm lownhouse. over 1500 sq  tt.. I baths. 4 appl. some view.  Avail Sept i Gibsons. $750/mo.  Phone 5964721 or 8440164.  ���35cn  Condo m Jolly Roger, large 2  bdrm., lumished. view overlooking  manna, monthly rental Call 688-  1515. ��37W  Vear round rental avail Oct I 3  bdrm.. 2 bath, FP, WD. $800mo  Open house Sept 4. 24pm. 7034  Porpc.se Dr Phone 8755373.  ���37W  Newly renovated 1 rm cabin. Halfmoon Bay area. $500 Ind ulils  8852703 ��37W  View twn house, centra: Gibsons.  3 bdrms. 2 1/2 balhs, FP. 5 appl..  $800/mo. 8853330 adull onented  complex. TFN  PROPERTY MANAGEMENT  Don Sutherland ot PEBBLES  REALTY LTD.will support your  Residential. Commercial or Indus-  Inal investment Pebbles provides  a lull service PROPFRTY MANAGEMENT PACKAGE. Call Pebbles at 886-6107 lor delails.TFN  SHARED ACCOMMODATION IN  MV HOME N/S * NO PETS ���  FEMALE PREFERRED SEPT. 1  OR POSSIBLY SOONER  J350/MO NORTH RD. GIBSONS  8658095.  TFNs  Gibsons, cozy 3 bdrm oceanview  suite. 4 appis. n/s. rets. Lease  required. $650/mo. Sept. 686-  4773. ��35cn  Sandy Hook area. 2 bdrm lurnished cabin. Avail Sept. 15th.  June 30th. $50C. pm tulils. 1-945-  8845. ��35cn  Clean 2 bdrm. mobile home, in  quiet park near Davis Bay. 4 appl..  $595/mo. 8864862 or 685-5919.  S35W  4 bdrm. waterlront home, on 8  acres, Silver Sands. Madeira Park.  Fully furnished, hot tub, moorage,  $!250/mo., avail, immed. 926-  6233 Benin. I37W  Available Sept. 1 year-round,  Madeira Park area, 3 bdrm. split  level 5 appl., double carport, water  view, N/S, $650/mo. t utils. Call  931-4791 collect aft. 6 pm.  13501  2 bdrm. mobile, 1/2 acre. 5 appis.,  Welcome Woods area, $675/mo.,  avail, immed. 732-9247.    I37W  West Sechelt executive home,  near new, upper 2 levels. 3 bdrm.,  3 balhs. hardwood lloors. vaulted  ceiling. FP avail Oct 1. $695mo.  ��� shared hydro, mature responsible people, rels. 524-8406.I35W  West Stchtlt Ont Badroom  spacious apartment, furnished.  carpeted. 5 appl. hydro mcl..  $575mo avail Sepl t 885-  3210. ��J5W  Avail Sept I, rum 2 pdrms. lull  casement walertronldeop moorage. 40 ft dock on Francis Peninsula Hd , across the bay Irom  irvines Log , $850��� 530-0266  or 683-9827 ��36cn  Rbts Ck watertront home, arcfu-  leclurally designed. 3 bdrm.. 5  appl, lurnished, $11507mo. avail  Oct 13.665-3356     ��36W  Bnghl, clean gmd. floor i bdrm.. 2  mins. Irom beach. Rbts Ck, $375  plus utils 665-7590      36w  Watertront Sechell Inlet, large 2  bdrm partially li.rn, home, lovely  decks, Sept. I to June i, $720/mo.  6852642. collect 736-3638.M6W  32 Commercial  Fot Renl  Davis Bay Wilson Creek Hall available, wheelchair facilities. 685-  2752 or 885-9663.      ��37w  OPPORTUNITY GIBSONS. Office  tptct 576 so ft. suitable lor  suppliers ind trides, wire-  house space avaihNa, is  required. 8850225.   ��35w  Otlice space to rent in Sechelt 180  sq. fl. use ol lax machine & photocopier, second lloor. $90 per  month. 6853971.       35cn  Commercial warehouse space,  new building, Hwy 101, 6 Hough  Rd. Occupancy Sept. 1.8859719.  TFN  Industrial woikshop Avail immediately. Gibsons 750 sq. fl. unit. 921-  6751. ��36w  Roberts Creek Hall, avail, dances,  parties, weddings. Yvonne 886-  7615. TFN  Retail or Office Space  For Lease  600-1300 sq.ft. S300-S1100 Seaview Place, Hwy 101 Gibsons  >Lome. 1-733-9863 or Marie 886-  7018. TFN  Warehouse/Office space Irom  1500 sq.ft. up. Diane. 685-2772.  ss  2000-10,000 square feet, exposure, will build to suit  New office space 800-2400 sq. ft.  Wilson Creek, $8.00 nel  Retail space, new Plaza, 900-3000  sq.ft. 14.X net.  Grant Realty  6653330  TFN  .&&������  Honest, reliable labour tor landscape t -mess Please phone  88M*v. ��i\.n  Dancing tit... ajriy ChiidhonJ  Centre requi,eK qftenoon pari  time worker Sei ' resume to Box  55. Fawn Rd, RRa: Hr-Hmoo"  Bay. BC. VON 1V0 I37cn  Join tha Rockwood team!  Caretaker Jen"/1 / Maintenance  Parson required ilockwood Cen  Ire is looking tor an energetic, M  ble person to oversee the Centie  and assist with maintenance  Some weekend and evening work  In addition to tree room, a montMy  salary will be paid Written replies  only to Selection Committeo,  Rockwood Centre. Box 767.  Sechelt. 35cn  OFFICE IUPWIIT KM0N  lor  WOMEN IN TRADES  PROGRAM-GIBSONS  20hrs/week  Experience in secretarial skills.  office procedures, accounting  and computers Is essential  (Mac prelerrable).  The ability to work well in a team  setting is necessary.  Call 666-3807, leave message  belore Sept. 8,1992.  CAL  I (UblrtK tlun Aapct-iln Ltd.  is looking lor a  Secrtttry-Rtctptionitt  for Iheir SAchelt plant  Ihis is a six-month temporary  position with Ihe possibility ot  full-time employment  The candidate will be  responsible lor all general  olfice duties including  switchboard, typing, truck  sales and computerized  record-keeping and related  reports  Applicants must have typing  (50 worn). Lotus 1-2-3  experience, good communication skills, and bt  familiar with general office  procedures  Qualified candidates should  apply in person between  8 am - 3:30 pm between  September 7-11.1992.  Construction  Aggregates Ltd.  5784 E. Porpoise Bay Road.  Sechell, B.C.  J20C-S51K, tillKLY Assemble  products al home Easy' No selling You're paid direct - jly guaranteed 24 hou' Mrs 801.375  2985Cccync>,s'*r*:ir)4rj,<.��'5cn  Rehearsal P'ani'.t   jedecl lor  Soundwaves Choir.T ies. Ml  IIOb,     ./'Ph.8860995  Jtiw  App'rtriticc tree climbo. pjp-i >q  imnira.i Call collect 255-45,? 1  vane) Allen Mr Wilson Good  Salary. Full ban. ws     36cn  Mature l*a*pCa*SM| ;#rs*aa IQ wr>"  ivrt/tui! time spply Giimo ..iarktt.  Secneii Ask lor Paddy, bio Phone  Cills i,.:aast J6w  MOV. ��� i company requires commis-  sione: .'.timator tor Sunshn,,'  Coasl. 250-MOVL".     ��J5w  ...penanced salesperson. Part  tin? Send resume to Cox N. c/o  Box 66 Const Mows. Sechelt. BC.  Wl 3A0  SEARS CANADA INC.  Sears is accepting apple;aons lor  the position ol a commission sales  person for their Gibsons location.  Please submit resumes to Sears,  110 Gibsons SPark Plaza, lo the  attn. of the manager.  ��35W  Help Wanted lor custom Photo lab.  Part-time, 35-40 hrs/month. Must  be able lo custom print black 6  white. Suitable for retired person.  8864586. Tues, Sat 155.  ��37w  PROJECT ASSISTANT  Responsible for overall organization ol office, administration  accounting t monitoring project  activities. Job requirements  include: excellent written 8 oral  communications, computer knowledge, organization at supervision  skills, some teaching, counselling  and job search training an asset.  30+ hrs/wk, good salary package.  Apply by Sept. 10 lo P.O. Box  1033, Gibsons, BC, VON 1V0.  #37cn  Full time Mon-Friday, days,  cashier, sandwich maker. Call  8852616 ask lor Theresa.��37cn  Retail store requires permanent  part-time sales clerk. Send resume  to Box 1579, Sechelt, VON 3A0.  ���36cn  Wanted: Mature, reliable person,  with excellenl relerences, to care  lor 6 month old (full time) starling  mid September Gibsons, or Davis  Bay area. ��36cn  Assemble light products from  home. Easy work - Excellent pay!  We provide details - 24 hrs. (604)  623-2330 Exl. IA74.  ��37cn  Watchman boat operator, light  duties. Send resume to Box M, c/o  Bex 68, Coast News, Sec-*etl.  I36cn  JOB COACH  Persons with a strong belief in the  concepts ot normalization, community integration, and supported  work opportunities for Persons  with mental handicaps are invited  to apply for this part-time position.  Grade 12 or equivalent is required  as is experience working with and  relating to persons with mental  handicaps-Education or experience in instructional techniques an  asset. Must have reliable transportation available. Please toward  resumes by Sept. 4 1992 to the  Manager, Supported Work Programs. Box 165, Sechelt BC VOn  3A0. ��35w  Bookkeeper/girl Friday (F/T) experienced bookkeeper with good typing skills. Please submit resume to  Box 889, Gibsons, BC.V0N1V0.  ���36W  Permanent/part time sales clerk, 4  hrs. Monday, Thursday a Saturday, 6 hrs. Friday. Position avail.  Sept. 1, apply in person (with  resume) at Goddard's, Trail Bay  Mall, Sechelt. ��35W  BCYCNA  eavrisa.  coujusa.  aaaoauKO,  cowauaamr  NEwSPaacos TCO  association al tJ J*  BLANKET CLASSIFIEDS  These ads appear in more Uian IOO oommunuy newspapers in B.C and Yukon  and reach more than 3 million teatieti  TO PLACE AN AD CALL THIS PAPER OR BCYCNA AT (604) 669 9222  $195  S3 7oeacnadrjn*oi  lor 25  words  AUTOMOTIVE  Engines rebuilt Irom $995 5  year 100,000 kms wananty  Bond Mechanical serving  B.C lor 27 years. Phone 7  days.8a.rn. 8p.m. (6041872-  0641. Toll-lre�� Mon-Fri 1-  800-663 2521  GOVERNMENT SEIZED/  SURPLUS vehicles. U.S.and  Canadian low as $IOO  BMW's. Cadillacs, Chevs,  fords. Mercedes. Porsches,  trucks, vans AMAZING free  24-hr recording reveals how  (416)631-4666  CANADA ENGINES LTD.  Quality Rebuilt Engines: cars,  lighl trucks. 6 cylinder from  $995. 6 cylinder from $1095.  5 year, 100,000 Km. Ltd.  warranty 7Days-580 1050.  1 800 665 3570. 856-5828  evenings  Cummmgs Turbo Diesel  4��4 s. E*pJoren, Vans. 4  Runners, Dakotas, starting  from $149 month. 0 down  O.AC We deliver anywhere  m B.C. Gt*n\ or Don coHeci  1(604)582-6370.  PUBLIC AUTO-TRUCKAUC  TION every Tuesday 6:30  pm and Salurday 12.00  noon O/er 600 cars 4 trucks  every week. Sell your car or  come as a buyer. First time  customer, this ad wonh $50  m Iree services. 12742 King  George Highway, Surrey.  B.C.  Into: (604)580*0011.  Chevy Truck factory order  specialist. All makes, sales  and leasing. Business, personal or fleet enquires welcome! Port Chev.John Short.  Manager. D8852. Collect  (604)941 5481.  BUILDING SUPPLIES  DOORS! WINDOWS! Interior  and exterior wood, metal and  French doors, wood windows  skylights. MOREI Call collect  to WALKERDOOR and WINDOW in Vancouver at  (604)266*1101.  BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES  Be your own Boss. Earn $60  per hour, with mobile hot-  water pressure washing unit  from DYNA SALES. For brochure (604)273-0709, Fax:  (604)273-3920, Write: 110-  11760 Voyageur Way, Richmond V6X 309.  BUSINESS OPPOflTUftfTieS  ADVANCE OPTORTUNITY.  Revolutionary 80 channel  mim -dish sate/lite system wtl  rapidly expand home entertainment and communications industry. Network Mar  kebng No inventory. No investment. Call (416)62-1010  anytime.  YOU ARE BO$$. Wholesaling/Retailing our money making, easy to sell products. For  fufl retails "ond SAS.E. to:  Jetties Enterprises, Box 551.  Crotton, B.C. VORIRO.  ECOWATER. Think Big, The  Sky's The Limit. Mirwnum  income guarantee. Training  provided, own business or  direct sales expenence an  asset. Can Mr. From at 765-  5460.  established prlzewinnlng  weekly newspaper Tourist  Destination Town, B C. Interior* Complete package  equipment, Building, etc or?  Good profit margin for .ambitious person. Replies  ���N��WSPAPER\C/0 John  Kurta. 400-235 1st Ave.,  Kamloops. B.C. V2C 3J3.  Family business for sale:  Tony's Taxi on beautilul  Quadra Island. 3 Cabs.  $60,000 reduced to $45,000  285*3102.  BUSINESS PERSONALS  ADD A LITTLE SPICEI B.C.  College Roommates Karen,  Wendy and Lisa have exciting Personal Photos of themselves tor sale. For discreet  info write to: Spice, Box 670-  GB, Kelowna, B.C. VTY 7P4.  Adults only please.  EDUCATION  Out ol work? Train to be an  Apartment/Condominium  Man.<Jger. Government licensed, correspondence  course will qualify you for  employment. For details:  (604)681 -5456 or 1 -800*66.5-  8339.  WESTERN CANADIAN  School of Auctioneering Next  course Sept. 21 -Oct 3/92.  For a free brochure call  (403)250-1281 or write to ��S.  2003 McKnlght Blvd. N.E.,  Calgary, AB T2E 612,  EDUCATION  CHEF TRAINING PRO  GRAM. In just 17 weeks  make your future financially  secure. Jon Canada's il  industry. Cooking is a races  sen-proof career. Short, in  tense training. Financial assistance. Gov't funding Slu  dent loans. Continuous enrolment. Accommodation  arranged. DU6RULLE  FRENCH CULINARY  SCHOOL, 1522 W. 8th Ave..  Vancouver. B.C, 738*3155  or ToO tree 1 -800*867-7288.  EUPLOYUEHT  LIGNUM LTD LOGGING  SUPERVISOR. Lignum Lid.  A privately owned torest prod  ucts operation in Williams  Lake BC requires a we" or  gamzed self-starter to supervise contacted togging op  eratons. Reporting to the  togging superintendent, the  position is responsible for the  ���harvesting of approiimatoly  350.000 M3 of our total an  nuaJ harvest of 830,000 M3  Specific responsibilities in  dude log flow, cost and qua!  ity, ensuring tut operations  meel standards sel by WCB.  The Ministry of Forests and  Ministry of Envronmeni Asa  minimum, to ideal candidate  will have a Diploma of Tech  notogy in a related field and  one to two years logging supervisory experience in the  B.C. Interior. Candidates  intending to achieve or currently possessing their RPF  standing will be preferred.  Please submit resumes, in  confidence to: Personnel  Manager. Lignum Ltd., 180  Hodgson Rd., Williams Lake.  B.C. V2G 3P6.  We are seeking experienced  Muffler/Brake retailer who will  develop long leim customer  relationships resulting in repeat sales. Top wages and  benefits. For personal interview call James (604)392-  2855 Williams Lake. B.C.  Tribal Council is seeking ap  pfications tor an individual.  Must .have experience in public and business administration .and native programming.  Apply by Aug. 21. Tsilhgotm  Tribal Council, 102-383CW  Street, Wiliams Lake, B.C.  V2QIM4, Fax: 1-398-5798.  Closing Date Aug. 21.  EMPLOYMENT OPPS  WANTED Ages 18 30 io  work on farms in Europe. U K .  Japan, New Zealand or A .������  tralia. Conlact the Interna  tonal Agricultural Exchange  Association. 1501 17 Ave  SW, Calgary. AB T 2 TOE 2  EMPLOYMENT SER VtC ES  Airline Jobs Learn how to  get the job you want through  our fantastic 120 page manual  with listings ot over 300 Ca  radian Airlines. Call Now'i t  925-8026 24 hrs.  FOR SALE MISC  FOR SALE. Used Audio/  Visual equipment. All in ex  cedent condition. (2) Kodak  Ekugraphtc III carousal slide  protectors with zoom. $350  each. Electronic Dissolve  UnitrCassette player with re  mote and speaker $900 Elmo  2orofectorstand $500 Can  be viewed at BCYCNA ottit.���  Phone 669 9222, Vancouver  HELP WANTED  Juicing - Vinegar Equipment  Hoppers, elevators, shred  ders, presses, pasteurizer,  pumps, packaging machine,  four freezers (B'XB ��3t'),  tanks, cloth, boards, fruit bins,  motors, reduction gears, cat  tons, boxes. (604)743 5393  OVER ONE MILLION dollars  ol emeralds from the bank  njpt Esmeracol Company ot  Bogota Columbia to be liqui  dated 15 to 30 cents on the  dollar Contact Johnson and  Johnson Receivers and Liquidators Ltd.. 900 10665  Jasper Ave., Edmonton, AB  TSJ 3S9. Fmone: (403)428  8021 or Fax (403)488-6872  Several Loaders 843 Bobcat,  410 Backhoe. 300 AMP Die  sel Welder, Single and Tandem Dumps, 50 ton lowbed  Belly Dumps, Cats with six  way dozers. 493-6791.  HELPWAHTED  We need you to sell toys &  gifts lor C & M Gifts. NO  INVESTMENT, NO DELIVERIES, no collection. Call  (519)258-7905 or fax  (519)258-0707 for Iree info.  A DREAM CAREER. Sue  cesslul wholesale firm with a  proven track record seeks 2  approved individuals to serv  ice retail established stores in  your area. Expect io earn a  minimum of $950 lo $1500  weekly, training provided, no  direct sales, serious appii  cants only. Phone (416)398  0924, (416)396*0919,  Immediate positions available  in Band and Jasper with quality reson properties. Subsi-  dized single .Kcommodations  are available. Contact: Allison  Buttorworlh. CHARLTON RE  SORTS, P.O Box 1418, Jas  per, Alberta. TOE IEO. TEL  EPHONE: (403)852-5644  Salurday thru Wednesday  8:30 am lo 3:30 p.m.  INSURANCE OKANAGAN  .Iff STYLE Customor Serv  k;�� Representative needed  Aulo. Personal or Commei  cial Lines experience required ExceHem benefits! Ad  mmst/alion Manager, Baron  Insurance. 3117 30lh Av  enue. Vernon, B.C VIT 2C4  FAX  545jm_  _  SALT SPRING ISLAND. Ex  permnced Barber and Hair  dresser lull time/part time.  Phono Don al: 537-9817 or  write P O. Box 504, Ganges,  BC   VOS IEO.    MOBILE HOMES  BUY FACTORY DIRECT.  Save thousands on dealer  mark up. Well custom build  mobile homes to suit your  needs. Doubles/singles/  moduiars. Phone lor delails:  Noble Homes, Edmonton  (403)447-3414, 447-2333.  REPORTER with community  newspaper experience required by Merrin News. Circ  5,200. Own vehicle. Apply  Merrin News, Box 939. Merrin  VOK2BObyAuQusi3l. 1992.  REAL ESTATE  PROPERTIES TO BE SOLD  for unpaid taxes. Crown Land  availability. For information  on both write: Properties,  Dept. CN, Box 5380, Stn. F,  Ottawa. K2C3J1.   THOMPSON RIVER ESTATES. Valley View lots. 3/4  A 1 acre lots-54 lOacretots.  I only - 5 acre lot on the  Thompson River 30 min. west  ol Kamloops on the TCH*1.  Call Colled (604)373*2282.   SERVICES   Major ICBC and injury claims  Joe! A, Wener trial lawyer loi  24 vears. Call collect: (604)736  5500, Contingency fees avail  abje. lnji^d_injy^_g_nJY,  I37w  Business and  Home Services  "--wtCSW..''. PAINTING Residential. Conmori ,di. Irxti.*..���. 1?  vrs experience, solid reis. Gr<ag  663-9625. 37*  CULTURED MARBLE C.S.A.  approved, complete bathroom renovations. 15 yrs experience, call  TomSflelyBIB-isi.'S.       ��37cn  Pal'i I Ton Truck Service  Will do rubbish 'omoval, tree  removal, demolition, hauling, 7-day  service. Iree estir .ales. 665-2870.  MOW  INTERIOR AND EX I fclaO-'i INNOVATIONS Wallpaper, painl, car-  penlry, drafting, tree estimates,  References available. 686-3463  TFNs  VISIONS PAINTING S REf WISHING SERVICES ��� Memr, Exterior,  Commercial, Residential. Rob,  885-6930 ��39W  Window Washing / Cleaning.LET  THE SUN SHINE IN.686-2750  36cn  THE PAINTER  SAM  J86-2750  36CN  LAWN a GARDEN  Lawn mowing, weeding, hedge  trimming, pruning, spraying, general clean up. Call Jan 686-0180.  I35w  Lawn mowing, rototilling, pressure  washing, yard cleanup. Reasonable raitta. Phone 686-6571 J35cn  BOB'S PAINTING  20 yaari experience. Reasonable rates. Satisfaction guaranteed. B85-M04.        *36cn  HOMEOWNER'S HELPUNE  Your one call home services leaks  Call now. 666-4786.   I36cn  mm  t> WALLPAPERINO  PRESSUBE WASHING  Quality Workmanship  FREE ESTIMATES  883-9843  Why buy, when we've  got your number?  LOW COST FAX  TRANSMISSION   SERVICE  886-7725 0^885-3954  ���Send or receive  ��� Local, national,  international  ��� Reasonable rates  ��� Confidential service  For mote inlormation  call 885-3930 or 886-2622  COAST^NEWS  Cruice Lane           Cowrie St.  Gibsons Sactaalt  PEERLESS TREE  SERVICE LTD  Topping - Limcang - Danger Tree  Removal. Insured. Guaranleed  Work. Fiee estimales 866-2109.  EAC  PHOTOGRAPHY  LAB  A  Custom Enlaa-oemanta:  Colour, Black & While  Quality Raproductlona:  Old Prints, Negatives  Barrtty Daramarcaa  MMSM  (l��M.)|--  flox 1954,  ?67 Gower Pt Road,  Gibsons. ��C VUN IVO  Compiele Bor .at Servicer,  Eicavtllng - aacktllUng  Retaining Walls-Trenching  Landscape Ccnstruclion  I8MS3I  TFN  YORKSHIRE GARDENER  Lawn problems' Garden oul o!  control') Need Ine pruning, hedge  shaping' Fnandfy, reliable service.  Fully insured. Commercial A resi-  do it'll References available.  FRED 686-3526. TFN  Ccn,,<tile - Specializing in drive-  w.-.ys, pints, stairs, sidewalks,  floors, Inundations, exposal  aggregate. 886-8096   n-Ns  PETER'S REMODELLING  General Home Maintenance, carports - Fencing - Sundecks - Additions etc. Boat maintenance ���  island service. For more into  please call 865-1981 or Pager  885-5111. ��36cn  fm-VW-3**]  JDH MILL SERVICES  Sharpening a Repairs  to alt cutting loots Including  Mower Blades a Chalnsaws  ��*lHwylOiail|��>M.j>Jom  .".aipmitry renovations, additions.  Byryji'orcontw; Call 866-3107.  S38w  Responsible, reliable labourer  available for aU sorts of odd prjs,  reasonable rates. B86-3620.TFNs  HOME IMPROVEMENT  Additions ��� Decks ��� Finishing ���  Painting ��� Drywall ��� .Wallpaper  ���M6-37M Stefan Perry Wen  Seaway Construction Ltd. framing  homes, garages, additions, decks  S docks, fencing. For msg. 886-  0070. ��36cn  Reliable, responsible, housekeeper available. Phone Sue. 666-  3449. I37cn  DIRTY WHEELS  Bicycle maintenance. Quality work  icasonable rates. Guy. UbVi35G  13601  Need a bartender - Certified Bartender 'Serving It Right' will do  Weddings, Banquets, Private Parties. For more information, phone  886-0265, ask tor Carol.��6W  Care giver needed, start Sept. 21.  Two children 5 and 6. My home,  Hopkins, Mon. to Friday, 11-5 pm.  886-3119. 37w  Home Daycare available, over 2  years, in Cedar Grove Rel avail.  666^)900 Maureen.     36w  Light moving and hauling, yard Mothers helper, 15-20 hrs./week.  and basemenl clean-ups. Norm Woodcreek Park. Car an asset.  886-9503 37w    686-3540. ��36W  Reliable mm available tor Experienced babysitter willing to  casualfPT work. Properly mainte- babysit F/T or P/T near Cedar  nance or whatever. Rob 866-3622 Grove, relerences available. 686-  references 37w 7342. S37cn  KAYNOR  Interior cleaning big or small,  bonded 1 reliable. 884-5324 or  886-2328. TFN  GIVE YOURSELF A BREAK For  fast, efficient and thorough house-  cleaning wilh lots ol experience.  Usha 686-2750.        ��36cn  We've Got The  SsbsnySanrlces Carpet 1  Upholstery cleaning, mattress  cleaning, grass cutting, weed  whacking, gutters cleaned, window  washing. Call Richard Set-any  805-9699 IS7cn  Construction Co. Requires Work  ��� Form - Frame - Finish ��� Commercial - Residential. Hourly or contract. 865-3574. ��37W  Man wrlhl ton truck will do moving  or hauling on/or to mainland and  Irom Coast - Iree estimales. Pat  685-2870. MOW  Rubbish removal, yard cleanup,  lighl moves, odd jobs, fast and reliable. Greg. 885-9694.    Mtw  Paa*atlngpro,ayearsaxp,f>*a*--  merclel and residential, free  estimates. J86-3678.    tJTW  COOL RUNNINGS  Light hauling, rubbish removal,  yard maintenance, rototilling. odd  ���obs. 685-3917. TFNS  I 4th level CGA student seeks challenging articling posilion with a  progressive team oriented lirm.  | 886-2473. I36W  Bob's Hauling will remove whatever haunts you. 885-4804.l36cn  Rubber tired line loader J operator  looking lor work. 25 yrs. experience. 686-43360.     ��35cn  Rubbish removal. Yardwork,  dependable, call Glen. 886-4840.  13601  Excellent cook, 15 yrs. experience,  win go to camp. Salary negotiable.  183-9961. #35cnx  Sitter required for 6,31/2, 4 1 yr  old. Days. Mom works casual.  Days vary. 666-9240 Call after  6pm seen  Dancing Bear Early Childhood  Centre has full snd half day  spaces lor children 2 1/2 to school  age. 8854607.        ��36W  Needed: Kind Responsible pari  time babysitter. Our home 885-  5322 36cn  Family Daycare ��� full time or part  time available. Hourly or daily rate.  Good rets. 886-3001.  ��35w  Qualify care lor your child available at Langdale Daycare. 686-  4926. I35W  FUNSHINE DAYCARE  Certified preschool teacher operating a licenced group daycare facility which ofleis an enriched full day  program that focuses on learning  through play. For children aged 2  1/2 to 5. Full and half day care  available. 666-3377. mow  Molly Mouse Daycare. Spaces  avail. 16 months to school age.  Fun-tiled, caring environment with  early childhood trained stall. 686-  3913. I2w  38 lliismcss  Opportunitk."  Investors Wanted: 6 mos term,  good return, Reply Box 363, c/o  Coast News, Box 460, Gibsons,  BC, VOn IVO. ��35cn  For Sale/Lease new industrial  building 3700 sq.lt. 3 bays /1800  sq. ft. upper storage space, office  rental potential, $24,000 per year,  Barry 886-8204. SS  Business Person Requires 20-40  seat food establishment, discretion  assured. Please send info to Box  1821, Gibsons, BC VON 1V0.  ���36wForsale  Senior Hall Sechelt. Well maintained Bldg, zoned lor multiple  use. Further details 885-5693  37w  DON'T DELAY  CALL US TODAY  PIACE YOUR COAST NEWS OR WEEKENDER  CLASSIFIED AD MOW!  885-3930  WE'LL HAVE YOUR PHONE RINGING OFF THE  HOOK WITH PROSPECTIVE BUYERS! Coast News, August 31,1992  17  AM READY FOR SCHOOL..  AreYou?  |p Thrifty's  HELP THE  Donations    886-2488 or Box 596  VINYL SIDING  Vinyl & Aluminum Windows ��� Aluminum Railings  Vinyl Sundeck Flooring ��� Patio Coverings  ALWEST  ^ HOME  -Sf^��J SERVICES  #7 - 5522 Wharf St., Sechelt Jim Bain 885-4572  VISIT OUR SHOWROOM ANYTIME  ��� 23 Modern Rooms  ��� Kitchen Units - by week or month  ��� Colour Cable T.V.   ��� Full Bath ti Shower  ��� Direct Dial Phones ��� Reasonable Rates  886-2419 ��� Sunshine Coast Hwy. Gibsons, B.C.  TOWN OF  GIBSONS  Invitation to Tender  Residential Garbage Collection Service  Tenders are invited for provision of the residential  larbage collection setvice within the Town of Gibsons,  .he proposed term of the contract will be 3 years.  Tender specification documents may be picked up at  the Municipal Office, 474 South Fletcher Road,  Gibsons, B.C.  Tenders should be submitted to the Superintendent of  Public Works at the above address no later than 4:00  p.m. September 18, 1992. The Town of Gibsons  reserves the right to reject any or all tenders.  Wilbert Fair  Superintendent of Public Works  TOWN OF GIBSONS  Water  Shut-Off   Notice  WORTH ROAD & KIWANIS WAY  Please be advised that water service will be temporarily  shut oft on Wednesday, September 2,1992 from 9:00  am to 4:00 pm due to storm sewer re-construction.  Affected areas will be Kiwanis Lodge and Apartments,  Northwoods Development, Caladrius Wellness Centre  on Kiwanis Way, and the Fitness Centre and Seaside  Electric on North Road.  Wilbert Fair  SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS    5 YEARS AGO  Residents of the Halfmoon Bay area clashed with directors of the  regional board meeting over the issue of camping at Coopers Green.  The SCRD had given permission for the Sechelt Campers Club to  park their recreational vehicles on Coopers Green for the upcoming  Labour Day weekend.  BC Ferry Corporation will extend the summer ferry schedule for  the Langdale/Horseshoe Bay and Earls Cove/Saltery Bay crossings  until October 13. Harold long, MLA for the Mackenzie riding, said  he was delighted with the news. Long said negotiations are continuing with the corporation regarding reinstatement of the 10:30 am  sailing from Langdale on a year round basis.  10 YEARS AGO  Sunshine Coast teachers study the effects of education cutbacks.  Regional District Finance Chairman David Hunter asks the board  for direction for next year's provisional budget. He points out there  are three directions it can plan for in the coming year: increase the  budget by five per cent, keep it the same, or reduce it by five per  cent.  The potential for a major disaster on the Gibsons waterfront is  graphically illustrated when Cathy's Cafe and the adjacent Smitty's  Marina catch fire.  15 YEARS AGO  Peninsula Galers Hockey Club is in preparation for its first season. Their opponents will be the Bellingham All Stars.  The question of whether or not the Gibsons waler system will be  joined lo the regional water system will go before Gibsons voters in  referendum.  25 YEARS AGO  Sightings involving two or more people of unidentified flying  objects have been reported to the Coasl News. On two different  occasions, such sightings reported a glowing and fluorescent object  about 18 feel in length flying over the surface of the Strait of Georgia towards Roberts Creek.  30 YEARS AGO  A permit is granted V.H. Prewer for a 12 by 14 foot one-storey,  three room waiting room on the property north of the Bals Block.  The building will cost $1500 and will be used by Sechelt Motor  Transport as a bus station.  45 YEARS AGO  The legion hall in Gibsons has been rented as a temporary classroom for high school students in the area.  Nu-Bone corsets expertly fitted by Mr. F. French in Sechelt.  Several Roberts Creek residents cany off agriculture honours at  the 1947 Pacific National Exhibition.  CHANNEL ELEVEN  Tuesday Sepl. 1,7 pm  On The F.dge...Rockclimbing  The "On The Edge" series from Delta Cable 4 lets Ihe viewers  experience some of the west coasts most exciting sports.  7:30 pm  Artist Patricia Richardson Logie  Taped during ther show at Bernadettes Gallery.  8 pm  "If Only These Walls Could Talk"  1992 marks one hundred years of the Anclican Church on the  coast. Join Reverend Esther North for a trip into St. Bartholomew's.  8:30 pm  Arts Update  Chuck Tkachuk tunes in to the arts the Coast in September.  Wednesday Sept 2,7 pm  Three Square Miles...The End of the Old Growth Forest?  Join Paul Jones for a tour of the Caren Range.  7:30 pm  Dr. Michel Odent  During his recent visit to the coast, Dr. Odent talked with Diane  Evans about the relationship between the quality of birth  and health in later life.  8 pm  Coast Interfaith  Beverly Peters and Maria Kaltiodiscuss their trip to  Western Samoa.  8:30 pm  On The Edge..Parachuting  The "On The Edge" series from Delta Cable 4 lets Ihe viewers  experience some of the west coasts most exciting sports. Tara Short  is the host.  Thursday Sept 3,7 pm  Coast Checkup  Suzanne Wilson takes alook at three events that happened on the  coast Ihis month. The Writers Festival, Roberts Creek Daze and the  Save The Strait Marathon are al! highlighted in this half hour show.  7:30 pm  Beekeeping #2.. .Spring Management  Diane Evans once again joins Frank Holmes for a look at  preparing bees for the summer.  8:30 pm  The Sechelt Indian Band Hatchery  Join hatchery manager Sid Quinn for a tour of the facilities and a  look at the operations of the hatchery througout the year.  9 pm  Stones, Bones & Butter Chums  Producer Laurel Suko takes us for a look al tools from the past.  Taped on location at the Gibsons Pioneer Museum  Double 'S' Cedar Homes  Prefabricated post & beam homes  standard or custom designed  send $4 for our catalogue  Double '&' Prefab Homes (1979) Ltd.  14771-64 Ave. Surrey, B.C., V3S 1X6  604 594-1777  Residential - Vacation - Commercial  TOWN OF GIBSONS  Notice of  Temporary Road  Closure  Please be advised that School Road will be closed (except  for local traffic only) from August 31st to September 30th,  1992 due to sewer line main replacement. Please use  Highway 101 for commuting between upper and lower  Gibsons.  Wilbert Fair  SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC WORKS  (GifesQn^  (&DistrictT  CHAMBER  of  COMMERCE  NOTICE OF  GENERAL MEETING  ELECTION OF OFFICERS  When: Wednesday, September 16/92  Time:   7:00 pm  Place:    Marine Room  All members ere urged to participate.  Your Views Are Invited:  HOW SHOULD PAY LEVELS  BE SET FOR MLAs?  The British Columbia Legislature has appointed CJ. Connaghan to  conduct an independent review of what Members of the Legislative  /Assembly (MLAs) are paid and to recommend an independent way to  set and adjust future remuneration for MLAs.  Your views aie invited. Forward thoughtful ideas, in writing, no later  than Sept. 30,1992. aMl submissions will be considered to be public  documents.  To assist Ihe Reviewer, you may wish to address such questions as:  What is the primary job of an .MLA? In terms of pay and benefit  levels, including pension and severance prov isions,wha other jobs  in our society would rank with the job of an .MLA? Should the  Legislative a<\ssembly or an independent commission decide how  much to pay an MLA? Should a formula, perhaps related lo the  Consumer Price Index, be used to determine future increases?  Send your written submission to Ihe following:  Review of MLA Remuneration  Suite 510-789 West Pender Street  Vancouver, B.C.V6C1H2 Facsimile: (604)684-3381  Or, during September, call toll free to 1-800-461*8668.  Ot*  Coast c^/f-cadtmu of J^ance.  & ^Jinz c/rxts.  <^ou<d<^cademu ofu^kmdn^ <Jnmtod  ��� Classical Ballet  ��� Creative Dance  ��� Mime & Drama  ��� Performance Gass  ��� Jazz  FACULTY:  Nicola Ruimy ~ Director  Sue Thompson - Manager  Elizabeth Beddard  Perry Hudson  {Catherine Denham  Hied teachers  d instruction  standards  mirrors and barres  FALL TERM  REGISTRATION  ACCEPTED AT STUDIO ON  WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 3  3:00 - 6:00 p.m.  10% DISCOUNTON  FULL FEE PAYMENTS  THE COAST ACADEMY OF DANCE & FINE ARTS CoastJiews, August 31, 1992  Th/tys Are Heafr/ng Up  At DtVr/es  RED HOT SAVINGS  On \^dam Cavpet  BUY NOW  PAY LATER  ^  s  down payment  \V  Jirybif I m       ^^m   1    \i^^m^\  i  LIQUIDATIhtqr SIOCK  TO MAm FOOM  FORNEW  SH/PAARNIB  COME IN NOW!  This offer is for  a limited time only  tZONHECTJOH}  GET IT  WHILE  IT'S HOT!  HOURS:  9-5 MONDAY-  SATURDAY  MAKING HOMES BEAUTIFUL FOR 35 YEARS  709 HWY. 101. GIBSONS ��� 886-7112  MastetCaid  VISA  ���Ir*-**.  MHi^Mii


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